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farmn's Sol it m it.
Till N MXC FRUIT TO INCREASE ITS
A very great proportion of tho fruit that
reaches our market, is not only inferior
in size, but decidedly inferior in fla
vor. and in many cases, almost insipid. The
general impression is, that these are natural
results, and thai no effort of the cultivator
will remedy them. Of this we are not so
certffin. Extremely unfavorable seasons
may aflect the flavor as well as the size of
the fruit. Thus, a wet and cloudy season in
variblv produces greatly increased acidity in
the small fruity, and is particularly oticea
ble in the peach. But in good season the
flavor of a fruit may readily be preserved if
the proper means are restored to for the at
tainment of this olject. A writer in tho
Cottage Gardener in a very sensible article
cu this 6uljoct, contends that " a clever man
can command a flavor" and the method is to
thin out severely. lie assumes that if &
peach or plum tree is allowed to bring to
inatuiity five or six di zeu of fruit when only
three dozen should have been permitted to
ripen the flavor will be decidedly inferior
He cites a case in point. A favorite plum
tree in 18G1, bore but a thin crop of fruity
which was all preserved. Their aroma when
being made into tarts or puddings was most
delicious. In IBG2 the crop of plums on the
same tree was so abundant as to hide the
leaves. The usual quantity was preserved,
but the fine aruma of thofiu of tiw previous
year was wholly wanting. From all of
which he insists upon the following: "By
thinning you make indifferent fruit good
By crowding you make good fruit bad."
This thinning is terrible work for tho
amature, it i.s like drawing a tooth, and eve
ry iruit that tails to the ground creates a
a pang ; but it must be done. A small sharp
penknife is the best implement to employ,
and is much better than tearing off the fruit
with the finger and thumb."
WHAT GRAPES TO PLANT.
" The Hartford. Prolific, the best early
grape ripeDs here the 10th of August—fruit
of large size bunches medium, tlavor rich,
sweet, musky—vine hardy, strung grower,
and enormously productive. The large size
the fruit, tarlir.j i and productiveness,
will always make i - avorite, and they will
alwyas command t J price in the market.
The Delaware. ds is a small, pale red
grape, of most delio .s flavor, pronounced
by rfiany, the best cfaii grapes—ripens here
from the first to the middle of September.
The vine is of 6low but healthy growth, and
so far, has proven perfec'ly hardy and healthy
sud will grow and do well on any good dry
boil. No home should be without a Dela
ware grape vine.
The Concord. This will prove the most
popular of all grapes in this sections of the
country—its largo size, both in bunch and
berry, rich, sweet flavor—its sturdincss of
growth, perfect hardiness and adaptation to
our soil and climate, are qualities, which,
combined must have weight. We have seen
good three year old vines produce from
twenty-five to fifty pounds of this magnifi
cent fruit without extra care. The last sea
son was one that tried the grape to the ut
most, on accounuof its wetness, but the Con
cord, in low and very rich soil, ripened its
fruit perfeetly ; which shows that it may al
ways be relied upou.
FILL THE MISSING HILLS.
A vacant hill will be found here and there
in the cornfield, at the first hoeing. Unless
many of them occur together, they are quite
likely to be passed by as of little account,
but it is attention to small matters that
marks the difference between carefulness and
neglect, and not unfrequently here is the
turning point between thrift and what is
called bad luck. In most sections it will pay
to replant missing hills with corn at the first
weeding. In a favorable season it will come
to maturity. Or pumpkin seed may be put
in, which will yield choice morsels for ani
mals next Autumn. It would be better to
plant and cultivate these spots uvea without
return, than to leave them to be occupied by
weeds which will be sure to take possession,
and ripen seed for a succession of trouble
PROFITABLE SHEEP .—Mr. B. T. nilliard
of \\ iudsor, At., writes as follows in regard
to his sheep.raising experience :
lour years ago last December I purchased
four of the South Down 6tock—three ewes
and one buck. My flock at the present time
consists of one buck, seven wethers, eleven
ewes and seventeen spring lambs. Of these
eleTen ewes, two have triplets and twooth
ers have twins, making ten lambs from four
sheep. During this times I have sold sll<s
worth of wool and mutton, and have now re
maining nineteen sheep and seventeen lambs
—wliicb Ijconiiuer a pretty fair increase in
To REMOVE HORSES FROM A BUILDING ON
-FJIIE.— The great diffieu'ty of getting horses
from a stable, where si; rounding buildings
-are in a state of conflagr; ion, is well known.
A gentleman whose horc . had been in great
peril from such a cause, aving in vain tried
to save them, hit upon .he experiment of
having taem harrassed on the next occasion
of fire, when, to his astonishment, they were
led frym the stable without difficulty.
CURE FOR RHEUMATISM —Bathe the parts
affected with water in which potatoes have
been boiled, as hot as can be borne, just be
fore going to bed ; by the next morning the
pain will be much relieved, if not removed
One application of this simple remedy has
"d the most obstinate rheumatic pains.
Pisa antr fJtjwfoisf.
An exchange says : "We are in
deed a happy, elegant, moral transcendent
people. We have no musters, they are all
principals ; no shopmen ; they are all assist
ants ;no 6hopa, they are all 'no helps no
jailors, they arc all governors ; nobody is
flogged in prison, ho raer.jly received the cor
rection of tho house ; nobody is ever unable
to pay his debts, he is only unable to meet
his engagements ; nobody is angiy, he is only
excited ; nobody is cross, ha is only nervous ;
and lastly, nobody is drunk, the very utmost
you can assert is, that ''lie has taken a little
t When the suitor for the hand of
Professor Wilson's daughter had gained the
lady's approbation he was of course referred
to papa. Having stated his probably not ex
peeted case, the young gentleman was direct
ed to desire the young lady to aome to her
father, and doubtless her obedience was
prompt. Professor Wilson had before biui
for review so me books, on the fly leaf was
duly inscribed, " With the author's cmp!i
ments." lie tore this out, pinned it to h'B
daughter's dress, solemnly led her to the
young iover and went back to bis work.
RAR A lad was called to the witness
stand in Court, whose tender years raised
doubts as to his competency as & witness by
not understanding the natuis and obligation
cfan oath. The first question put was:—
" Are you a son of the plaintiff ?" The little
fellow, crossing .his legs, and deliberately
putting about half a paper of tobacco into
his mouth replied with the utmost coolness—
" Well so it's reported." He testified.
The fair sex and their fashion of coatly
skirts are satcrized in th s clever adaptation
of the old nursery rhvtne :
'A way to dress
In the mode, I guess,
Picks a husband's bones quito clean,
And poor Mr. Spratt
Must cry 'Xo fat,'
And his wife will cri-tio-hne
'Take off your hat, nun,' cried a julge to
an unazon in a riding dress. 'l'm not a man."
'Then,' said his lordship. 'l'm not a judge.'
The other day a young into decidely ine ,
briated, walked into tho executive chamber
and asked for the Governor.
'What do you want with him 7' inquired
'Oh, I want an effleo with a good salary
'Well,' replied the Secretary, 'I can tell
you something better for you than sinecure
—you had better tiy icate - cure.'
A new idea seemed to strike the young in
ebriate' and ho vamoosed.
* JEST A military officer wanted to com
pliment a negro by drinking with him.—
" Well, captain," replied Cuff, " Ise eery dr>
so I won't be ugly about it. Some nigger* i:
too proud to drink with a railishy ossifer
—but I think a milishy ossifer, when tuber, it
just as good as a nigger—specially if the uig
ger it dry/'
jfry Some say there are but two sexea,
the male and female, but you have only to get
into a neighboring State to find a Middle sex
• ■ ■ • ■
Why is the lettee U the gayest in the al
phabet ? Because it is always in fun. Yes, but
why is it the most unfortunate in the alpha
bet ? Because it is always in trouble and
A young man, blotted with the name of
Isaac, says that *'if he-is drafted, Abraham
will be offering up Isaac."
May not the nun wio exibita the learned
fleas, be said to bo at the head of an establish
ment for leapers ?
The French hare bragged of what they
would do in Mexico, but 60 far havo bee n
unable to take even a Common fort.
Most men have some of the milk of human
kindness in thein, but there is a nation in the
East consisting en tire ly of Krnds.
We see an announcement of the marriage
of a Mr. Greenback. Now look out for an
issue of legal tender."
JC3T A tight place for a man to get into.
JC3C" If y°u want to get into a fat office
hire yourself to a soap-boiler.
You 1 re my idle !" as the quizxieal
husband said to his lazy wife
What are the Poles doing to the
Russians. Polish-\ng them off.
JWhat is the most difficult punctua
tion ? Putting a stop to a womaus tongue.
TsfST Young ladies' translations, howaver
correct, are always mis interpretations*.
rar A land slide maybe said to a-fine
specimen of" ground tumbling."
JGSE" A braying donkey, however stupid
: he may look, is unquestionably an usj.loot
The biggest catamount eer heard of
i was the amount Whittington got for his eat;
Latent newa from the mouth of th
Amazon. That was lord of Dickinson's lec
Why ought a woman to prefer*
brewer's drayman for a husband ? Because
qe will always sup-porter,
nrilfE OLI) ESTABLISHMENT of the subscriber,
JL is still in runuing order, through all tue reverses
and panics of former days, since 1833, without being
wound up, at which place you can find a good assort
DYES, DRUG 8 MEDICINES,
:8 can be found in the county, warranted genuine &od
Boots, Shoes, Harness and Leather,
as good astji# btst, and as cheap as the cheapest, aud
all the WORK WARRANTED
You can get all kinds of Job Printing done to or
der, and blanks of every kind constantly on haud,
which, in style, are not surpassed by our large or
TO THE LADIES.
rest from your toil, aud buy a
Tho subscriber haa also succeeded iu obtaining one
of the best, and most reliable Sewing Machines, for
the money, now in market, viz : Davis's 845 Shuttle,
aud the 830 Frunkliu Machines, equal in capacity to
Wheeler A Wilson's 875, or Grovcr A Baker's 815
machine, and making the same stitch, which is one
third saving in buying hero than at any other agency
iu Northern Pennsylvania.
Every Business Man do your own Printing !
IT WILL PAY:
PORTABLE PRINTING PRESS.
(the cheapest in the I'nited States.)
for sale. Price, from 85 to 825 for a press. Office
complete, from 810 to 875, with type and all necessa
ry material Call and eee them, or sdnd for a circu
lar of full particulars.
Particular attention if called to
SPRING a RHEUMATIC ELIXER,
and very effective Liniment, for all Rheumatic pains.
Headache, Dyptberia, Ac , for sale in Mcboopany by
Dr. Becker A Co. and Henry Love ; on Russell Hill
by T. Steuipl-s; at Fork- ton by Mr. Garey ;at Me
shoppen by Henry Stnnsbury. A trial of the medi
cine, will in 11 cases, prove satisfactory. Try it, and
HHICiC I 5 0,000 Brick for sale.
Thanklul for past favors, the subscriber is determ
ined, by strict attention to business, to merit still fur
T D. SPRING.
Laeeyville, Sept. 24, 1962—v2n7.
The Subscriber has opened a Grocery is l Provis
ion Store in the Store Room, formerly occupied fcy
Thos. Osterhout, in the borough of Tuukbannock,
and inteuds fo keep n hand a good assortment of
such article# as are usually sol 1 in such an es" tb
li-hmect. lie intrude n. >ieal iu mu out good goods
and to dispose of them at Just so sm.iil ad van e upoi
cost as it is possible for auy man to Jo with safety to
himself—being willing to share in these " han'
times" the profits with his customers Any one wish
ing to purchase any of the following articles, will d<
well to call on Uie subscriber before purchasing else
Tea, Coffee, Molasses, Syrup
Kerosene, Candles, Tobacco, Snulf,
Saleratus, Sal Soda, Ginger,
Pepper, Allspice, Cinna
mon, Nut in egg,
Pork, White Fish, Mackerel, Trout.
Nails, Glass, Wheat Flour, Buck
wheat Flour, Com Meal. But
ter, Cheese, Eggs, Apples,
Vinegar, Starch, Pen-
cils, Ink, Pa
Pocket Books, Money Purses, Spool
Thread, Linen Thread, Sewing
"Silk, Buttons, Thimbles, Pins,
Needles, Shawl Pins,
Buck Skin, Cot
ton, Silk, and
Cotton and Woolen Socks and Hose.
Suspenders, Spectacles, Tobacco
Boxes, Coarse, Fine, Dress and
Ci rele Com bs, ii air
Also, a general assortment of custom made Boot*
and Shoes of the very best quality warranted also
xalt by the barrel Wanted in exchange for goods
ana for which the highest market price will be paid
Grain of all kinds, Buckwheat Flour, Butter, Egg- - ,
Beeswax, IlonCy. Lard, Tailow, Poultry, Paper Rags
Dried Peaches, Beans, Otions, Ac.
Tnukhanaock Dec. 10, 1362.
HARDWARE & IRON!!
HUNT BR '$ & B'.AIR
NOW OFFER FOR SALE
IRON, STE L NAILS AND
SPIKES, MINE HAIL, RAILROAD
SPIKES, ANVILS, BELLOWS, HORSE-SHOES,
Jlmtrimn cnb Citjlisl) gotst Hails,
CARPENTERS* TOOLS, (ALL WARRANTED.,
HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES, SEAT SPIN
DLES, CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXI.r.S,
PIPE BOXES, SPRING STEEL
BOTTS, NITS, WASHERS
PLASTER PARIS, CEMENT, HAIR, SHOVELS
WHITE LEAD, FRENCH WINDOW
GLASS, Ac, Ac., Ac.
ALSO-SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS ON
HAND IN ASSORTMENT
AND MANUFACTUK- '
ED 10 ORDER
liEATHEER AND FINDINGS,
JaoMteb. 26, 1863 *l*3l— ly
DEL. LACK. & WESTERN
CHANGE OF TiaiE
ON and after Monday, November 23th ISBI, Trains
will run as follows:
EXPRESS PASSENGER TRAINS
Leave Great Lend at 7:29 A. M.
New Milford 7:119 "
IJontrose m 8:90 "
Uopbottom 8; 23 "
Nicholson fß;4ii "
Factorvville 904 "
Ahington 9:20 '♦
SCRANTON 10 00
Moscow 10:41 "
Gouldsboro 11:07 "
Tobyhanna 11:20 "
Stroudsburg 12.3'2 P M
Water Gap 12:46 •'
Columbia 1:00 "
Pol :t wnre •• • • 1 ;25 "
Hope (Phila "Wfcnhiu connection) • • 1:35 '•
Oxford 1:53 "
Washington • 2:10 "
J un-dioß 2:32 "
Arrive a< New ,'ork . 5:30 "
Philadelphia 6:50 "
Leave New York from foot of Courtland
Street • , 8.-00 A M.
Pier No. 2, North River, 7:00 "
Philadelphia, from Kensington Depot 7:10 u
Leave J unction 11:15 !
Washington - ........ 11:33 "
Oxford 11:50 "
Hope (Philadelphia connection)•• 12:14 P. M.
Delaware J 2:4 3 "
Columbia • •>., 1:00
Water Gap 1:16 "
Stroudsburg 1:30 "
Tobyhanna 2:42 "
Gouhlsfccro 2:55 "
Moscow 3.17 "
SCRANTON , 4: tO "
A'dngton- 4:40 "
Factory ville 4:56 "
Nicholsou t.-16 "
Uopbottom .5:33 "
Montrose ♦•6:00 "
New Miifosd 6.21 "
Arrive at Great Rend 6:40 "
?'©** These Trains connect at Great Bend with the
Night Express Trains both East nud West on the
New York and Eiie, and at Scranton with Tr-ins on
Lackawanna and Bloomsburg Raiiroad. for Pittston.
Kingston an MVilkcsb i rre; aud tho Train m a ing
South connects at Junction ith Trains tor Bethle
hem, Mauch Qiunk, Reading and Harrisburg.
Passengers to and from New York change cars r>
Junction. To and From Philadelphia, via .B.P. It
R., leave or take cars at Hope.
Foi Pittston, Kingston and WilkesTa**#, tike L.
A B. R tt. cars at Scranton.
For Jessup, Arch bald aud Carbondale, take Omni
bus at Scranton.
ACCOMODA TION TItALV.
Utl'N gcMKIOU- 9:50 "
Ah:ngtor 1f:35 "
' Faetorvville 11:00 "
Nicholson 11:30 '•
Unpbottoui 12:05 P M
IT .ntrosc- • 12:45 '•
New Milford 1:20 "
Arrives at Great Bend E45 "
Learns Great Bend 2:10 P. M
New MiPor 1 • 2:35 '•
Mo at-1 3:C5 '
Ni holsi.n 4:15 "
Fuitorrv ille :13 •'
Atan>< at Scranton 6:30 "
This Train leaves Scranton alter the arrival of th
Trtin from Kingston, and connects at Ghent Leu '
vitb the D>y Express Trains botb E.'.st.ind West <u.
Neo York and Erie.
JOIIN B MSB IN. Sup't
Superintendent's Office, J
Scranton, Nov. 25. IS6I. >
A NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC BtfjPIPIS
TO BE PUBHoHtD D/UIY A£D WEEKLY
iv Tin: city of Piiii,Ai)r.ij>HO,
BY A. J. GUO>Si 811 EN NEK & C>.
A J. OU>SStßß¥i!tn. FItAX< IS J. CRCND.
WILLIAM H VVLLsII
"THE AGE" WKL advocate the principles and poli
cy of tfce Democratic party, and will,--therefore, nee
cssarily favor the restoration of the L'ui WHS
and dcfen i trie Constitution of the L'uited Stit*,ird
that of this Commonwealth.
It will freely and fairly discuss all legitimate su -
jeetsol' newspaper comment, including ..f course, and
pre-eminently at this time, ali questionsconnecte .
with the e.xisiing unhappy condition of our ountry.
It will fearlessly elittrise the public uctsof punlic
servants, and defend the log.* and constitutional
rig'ots ot individual citizens anu of sovereign states,
against ussualts from any Quarter.
Jt will seek to awaken tfie minds of the people to
a proper sense of the a tuaf condition of the Repub
lic—to present to them, truthfully, the fcar.ul perils
in which wo stand as a nation—to exhibit Hie magni
tude of the task that is before them, if they would
check our downward progress—and to inspire them
with patriotic determination to apply THE REMEDY
for our national ills.
In brief, it wih, Li ail things, aim to I e the faith
ful exponent of Democratic principles, and to render
itself worthy to be an organ of the Democratic par
ty, under whose auspices our country prospered so
long and so well. The restoration of that party—
the pariy of the CONSTITUTION and the L'.xio.x- to
power, in the legislative and executive governmen
tal branches of the States and of the Union, wo be
lieve to be necessary to avert anarchy, and the utter
ruin ot tbp Eepublic. To contribute to that restora
tion will be our highest aim.
The News, Literary, Commercial, and other de
partments, will receive duo attention, and will be so
conducted as to make 'THE AGE" worthy of the
support of the general reader.
\ 'fT The many d fficulties now surroun ing an en
terprise of the magnitude of that in which the under
signed are engaged, r-quire them to appeal to the
public for a generous support, and to ask for " TgK
Aoe g lioeral patrwoage asi extended circulation.
The present state of the preparatory arrangements
warrants the expectation, that the first number of
the Daily v. ill appear before the clo. e • f the coming
month, (February, 1563.) The Weekly will be is
sued soon thereafter.
Per Annum, $G 00
Six Months, o on
Three Months, - j
Copies deliv red at the counter, and to
Agents and Carriers, 2 cents each.
Per Annum, $2 0(1
Six Months, i on
fen Copies to one address, 17 50
,? r r 3200
Thirty, " " 45 0U
Payment,required invariably in advance.
Address, A J GLOSSBBENNER A OC
T u J 3:) Chestnut Street, Philadelphia."
January 26th, 186J
On and after JULY Ist, ISG3, the privilege of e- n
vr,ing the prwnt i-me ct LEirAf* TENDER
fnJw 8 / 0 TtlE NATIONAL SIX PEK CENT
LOAN (comino ily called lwcnties") will
All Who wi*h to invest In Hie FTve.Twenty Loan
mwt, therefvro, apply before the !.* c f ; ULY nett
No. 114 3. THIRD St Philadelphia.
Canal Boat for Sale.
A canal boat, the Union Clipper. Having puicha
ed another I will now sell the aboverea- boat
on*bl. g, VBJTNOY
Steftegvllla, April I. 1063
BINGH..MTOV, N. Y.
An Institution to Qualify Ycunf Men for
D. W LOWE LB, Principal, Professor of the .Science of
Accounts, j'ractjcqj. Accountant, Author of Lowell's
Treatise upon Koojr-Kecpiug, Diagrams illustrat
ing the -nine, Ac.
Jso KANKIS, Commercial Accountant, Professor ol
Book-K"Oping ami Practical Mathematics.
A. J WAKXKR, Professor of Practical ami Ornament
al Penmanship, Commercial Calculations aud Cor
J. J. CUKTIL, Assistant T'o-tcber in Bookkeeping
Hon. DAXIEI, S. DICKINSON, I,L, D Lecturer on Com
mercial Law and Political Economy.
Hon. RANSOM FALLOW, Lecturer on Coutracts, I'rom
isary Notes and Biiis of Exchange.
Rev. Dr. E. ANHRBWS, Lecturer on Commercial
Students can enter at any time; no vacation.
Graduates are presented with an elegantly engraved
Diploma. Usual time required to complete full com
mercial course, from Bto 1"2 weeks. Every student
is guarantaed to he competeut to take charge of the
books of any business firm, and qualified to earn a
salary from SBOO to SI3OO per annum. Assistance
rendered to graduates in obtaining situations. Board
$2 00 to $2 50 per week.
For particulars seed fax Circular, enclosing stamp.
SINGER & CO'S.
H itfi nil the Recent Improvements,
Ts the Best and Cheapest and Must Beautiful of al
Sewing Machines. Thi* M u-h'ne will sew any thing,
trom the running of a ;u. k in Tnrlctan to the mak
ing if an overcoat anything irmn Pilot or Betvci
Cloth, down to the softest Gauze or Gossamer Tissue,
and s eve'ready to do its wotk to perfection, it
<an fell, hem, bind, gather, tack, quilt and his ca
pacity for a great variety of ornamental wo'"k. This
is not the only M .chine that cm hem, fell, hind, an t
so forth, but it wil. do so better than any other M •-
■ hine , i.e Let er "A" F.vu.ily Sewing Machine
may he :ai in a great vari- ty ot cabinet . a-es. The
i 01-liti Case, whii h is now becoming s-- popular, is,
as its natnc implies, oi'ie tnat can he fid.ted into n
box or rose whi h, when op-.00 1, in kes a beautiful
snbstaiitial, nud sp ici us! . for the wo>k to tes
upio. The s £ suie/.f every imag n tie design
plain as the wo ><) grew in lis j). live forest, or a
elaborately finished s art can in -ke li.ent
The lit.nvh Offices are well supplied with sill,
twist, thread, needles, oil, etc , ol l;i very best qu.il
Send for a copv of " Singer A Co's Gazette."
I M SINGER & CO.
45? Broadwav, N. V.
Pnit AIIFI.RNIA OFFICE. PL-J Chestnut St
Airs V T Marsh, aDd D. A. Baruweil, Esa . agents
• n Tunkliannoea
P. J "HI X^T"
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O jL-3L JZ. T TAL
The suhs-'riber has just opened a new Furniture
Cafenct and .Chair AJ •nufaeto'y iu Tuukhar.nock,
next rtoor to C. AL. koon's grocery store—where are
kept on h in.l an I in .nufaetured to order:
TABLES of all sizes. tatferns. ati-i B'yles.
CCA IRS Cape-seat, plng-bottom, and common.
BUREAUS ot ail styles, sizes, and pries.
BEDSTEADS. Cottage and e imniou.
CENTRE T4BI.ES, VUORK ST VXJiS, BOOK
CASES, mil) tl.-i-g wdii I; >n bo touiul
in ioe largcsr i'urniiure e.-t;ibli-huieii!s in the rutin try,
which he wil sell at price* a* low a* they enn be
bought in an}- town outside of the cities. liein" sat
i-fied that he can compete, both in workmanship and
prices with any establishment iu the country, he so
lo i's the public patronage.
REPAIRING of all kinds done in a neat, substan
tial and workmanlike manner.
X. 15.—01 d cane-seat ehairs, new-seated and re
T XRERTAKING.—Having a Hearse of his own,
and having had much experience, he will attend to
this department of the business on short notice, and
iu a satisfactory manner.
July 16, 1362.—v1n491y
\ V'p UAimk 1 - ■ -AV"
'T'O accommodate pcrsony wishing to go by ruhlic
-L conveyance from this place to any seetiou, or re
turn, the undersigned continues to run a
§ 1* J\ ff
to and from Fa- torvvillu Depot, leaving his bote! at
6 ( I ck, a. *., uruviug at i'.icto.yvilie iu time for
(Drcflt prali, Srranton, Ucui-t^rh,
Returning, leaves Factoryville on the arrival
of the New York, PhiUdelphia and Accommoda
tion Train from Great Bend, arriving in Tunkhan
tjock at 7 o'clock, p. m.
N. B —AH Express mat'er, packages ur.t goods will
be cunveve I to and from the Deis.f. at reasonable
ra.es; the proprietor hoi Sing himself responsible for
the scfc delivery of all sub entrusted to bis care.
iowandi Stage arrives at this hotel at 12 o'clock
in. Iteturn na, leaves t 3 o'clock, p in
Stagey for Pitts'on, Wyoming, an I WilkeaWe,
leave . n the arrival ~f the T-yapdu s age and re
turning connect with thesaiuu.
Montmse tsF leaves op Tuesdays, Thursdays and
turdays, at 7 o'clock, a. pi., count-, ting at Monlro-o
wt'h s! • gee for Bitighauiton, Ae. Returning, c-.uuecis
w ith btag. s for Pittston, Tqwanla, Ac
Persons wishing to ba eailud.fur *t their resi leimeu
will be accommodated by legving their names at the
note! uf the proprietor.
Horses and Carriages in readiness toforward nnsa
eng6rf at all times.
-en-™. T - " W4LL
SCROFULA AND SCROFULOUS DISEASE*
From Emery T.dcs, a weMcmnon mtrctiaiufa
Oxford, Maine. ™
" I have sold large quantities of your PARS, p.,,
ILLA, but never yet one botlle which failed ot it
desired effect and full satislaction to those who to £
it A last as our people try it, they agree there
teen no medicine like it before in our community o
Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches, Pustule,
Ulcers, Bores, and all Diseases of the SkuJ,
From Rev. Robt. Stratton, Bristol, England
" I only do my duty to you and the public
I add my testimony to that you publish of tii* '
dicinal virtues of your SARBAFARILLA. My usuth"
ter, aged ten, had an atilicting humor iu |j tr ®°"
eyes, and hair for years, which we were UDM. TN
cure until we tried your SARSAPABILLA. fcu u*
been well for some mouths."
Jane F.. Rice, a well-known and murk,
estenned lady of DennisvUle, Cape May Co., \ j
" My daughter has suffered for a year past with a
scrofulous eruption, which was very troublesom*
Nothing afforded any relief until we tried your s,
BAPARILLA, which soon completely cured her."' "*
From Charles P. Gage, Esq., of the widely -known it, -
Of Rage, Murray If Co , manufacturers of er.asi.
tiled papers in A ashua. A'. 11.
" I had for several years a very troublesome lit*.
trior in my lace, which grew constantly worse until
it disfigured my features and became an intolerable
affliction. 1 tried almost everything a man could of
both advice and medicine, but without any relief
whatever, until I took your SARBAVARILLA JT
immediately made iny face worse, as vou told me it
might for a time; hut in a few weeks'the new skin
began to form under the blotches, and continued
until my face is as smooth as anybody's, and 1 q
without any symptoms of the disease" that J know
of. i enjoy perfect health, and without a doubt owe
it to your SAKSAFARILLA."
Eryaipela# General Debility Purify th#
From Dr. Robt. Sawin, Houston St., .V, T.
DR. AY KIT : I seldom fail to remove Eruptions tri
Scrofulous Sorts by the persevering use of jour
KAUSAPARILI.A, and 1 have just now cured an at
tack of Malignant Erysipelas with it. >altera,
tive we possess equals the SAU3APARILLA VOU hr#
supplied to the profession us well as to the people."
From J. E. Johnston, Esn , Wakeman. Ohio.
" For twelve vears 1 had the yellow Erysipelas oa
my tight arm. during which time 1 tried all the ct).
ehrated physicians 1 could reach, and tcok hundreds
of dollats'worth of medicines The ulcers were is
tad that the cords became visible, and the doctnri
decided that my arm must be amputated. 1 began
taking your 8 A'RBA PA HI hLA Took twobott!e,
some of your TILLS Together they have cured tat.
J am uow as well and sound as anybody, being in a
public place, my case is known to everybody iu iia
community, and excites the wonder of all."
From Hon. Henry Monro. M. P. P .of Newcastle, C.
IV., a leading member of the Canadian Parliament.
" 1 have used your SARSAPARILLA in mv lamilv,
for general debility, and for purifying the bhiod,
with very beneficial results, and feel coulidencc iu
commending it to the afflicted."
St. Anthony's Fire, Eose, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Sore Eyes.
From Harvey Sickler. Esq., the able editor of iKs
Tunckriannock Democrat, Pennsylvania
'• Our only child, about three vears of age, was at
tacked by pimples on lira lore(itad They rapid!?
Spread until they formed a loathsome and virulect
sote. which covered his face, and actually blinded
Lie e> es lor some hat S. A skilful physician applied
nitrate ot silver and other remedies. without an> ap.
parent effect. For hlteeti day Swe guarded his hands,
fest with them be should tear open the testenug and
coriupt wound which coveted liis whole lace. Uav.
ing tried every thing else we had any hope horn, we
began giving") our BAIISAPARILLA, and applying
the iodide ot potash lotiou, as you direct. J lie Vera
began to heal when we had given the first bottle,
AN/1 was well when we had finished ti.e second, I lie
child's eyelashes, which bad come out. grew again,
and he is now as healthy and fair as any other "1 he
who'e neighborhood predicted that the THIOL mutt
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease.
From Dr. Hiram S'oat. of St. Louis, Missouri.
*'l find your BAUSA PA RI LLA a more efivchtal
remedy lor the secondary symptoms of Syphilis,
and for syphilitic disease than any other we possess.
1 lie profession are indebted to you for some of TIIA
best medicines we have."
From A. J. French, M. D , an eminent physician
Lawrence, Mass.. who is a prominent member if
the Legislature of Massachusetts.
•• DK. AVER — My dear Sir: 1 have found rear
SABBAPAIUI.LA an excellent lemtdy lor Syphilis,
Loin ot the primary and secondary type, anil effect
ual ill some cases that were too obstinate to yield to
other remedies. Ido not know what we can eta
ploy with more certainty of SUCCESS, where a power
ful alteiative is required."
Mr. Chas. S. Van Liew, of New Brunswck, .V. J.,
bad dreadful ulcers on his legs, caused by the abust
of mercury, or mercurial disease, which grew more
end more agg avated for years, in spite of every
remedy or treatment that could beappiied. until tin
persevering use of AYER'S SARSAPARILLA relieved
liim. Few cases can be found more inveterate r.l
distressing than this, and it took several dozen tot
ties to cute htm.
Deucorphoea, Whites, Female Weakness.
ere generally produced by internal Scrofulous I 'te
at ion, and are very otten cured by the alters'i'S
effect of this BARSAPA RILLA. Some cases recusrt.
however, in aid of the SAKSAFARILLA, the skaiul
application of local remedies.
From the well-known and widcty-celebrsitcd Dr.
Jacob Morrill, of Cincinnati.
"J have found your Saesapauilla an excellent
alterative in diseases of lemales Many cases of ir
regularity. Leucorrhaea, Internal Ulceration, aid
local debility, arising from the scrofulous diathess.
Lave yielded to it. and there are few that do nor,
when iteeffect is properly aided by local treattuet:'
A lady, unwilling to allow the publication <f hit
41 Mv danghter and myself have been cured of
.yery debilitating Leucor'rlioea of long standing, If
two bottles of your Sarpaparilla."
Rheumatism. Gout. Liver Complaint, Vf*
pepaia Heart Disease, Neuralgia,
when caused bv Scrofula in tlie 6ystcm, are rspiJf
cured by this Ext. Sakbapakilla
. CATHARTIC TILLS
possess so many advantages over the other pur
gatives in the market, and their superior virtue!
are so universally known, that we need not do
more than to assure the public their quality a
maintained equal to the best it ever has beta
and that they may be depended on to do u
that they have ever done. „
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Lowell, Mass., and sold by
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Api ly to or address HORACE V.l B
South 7th St., ior Grand, \Villi lUJ '
jit a iijiiniii
jicsljionfluic flair lOttw#*
A.\D ShAMWCWG SALCIN.
Shop Opposite Ma)
Ladies' haircut iu the most fashioni.'.e
ther at his Saloon, or their residence, ii > c .
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aud consequently feels warranted r, .hjirt'J
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