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The Ne*York New -Natien(Republi
sayiv. •vr, 4 r ,
If the si*lteMll4 doriapria•
lag the Baltimore Convention, and pre- •
mimed to he the leadingnrnen and highest
tepresentatives of the American people,
are to be believed, then must wedespair,
of the future of America, and rank our .
country as 'an agglomeration ofeaapyindii
astingto beconK, a nation-0*„14,10._
convention, ofttheiriaii neMiti.e4TWOrehit6
represent it, Mr. Raymiiii n il;liolliiiiittoiol:.
sign it its real political 407-4*(rittirajO'
The Baltimore convention ttrasc "' eitii
meeting ofeentgictorkaistinVettin - order,
to retain thelarly/legeoft:lMßOlNCl:lha.
PEOPlAlMtlelieldint - thitliettian - w.
mong its - memlierewlio ismeStgiiterested'
in a continuance of the -prasent - il n egi n tn . eiv n
and who, in _ilia reaped, as well! as .-ene
many otheli,'"iir eipeciallyfitted: bethe
spokesman, it acted for once . crinainstelitly
during t)ie.-two n .days..session„., But it is
adding welly tolosolene4 with:an inipu;
deuce worthy of Barnum, to titter on be !
hare tbe people, absurdities 'so vague
and tioritradiatory 'as those enunciated in
expresSian of ah adriration of power. •
What! after insulting and robbing the
people,:can ,you -dare 'declare that 'they
are sitilifreidtandLlhat 'their '-'greatest enc.
have consulted and listened to the people,
aridnalflOgliage by no. meaas: - . tesetn l
bles that used by you. We have given
116 the, poorer classes ) to the people
w 6 toil 4irra fight, pray- aid Whose
blood and money pay for contracts that
Lin in has, given you in exchange for
your adinirati - Oii and • disinterested - patri- -
otbitn, and We have seen them • restrain:
their lamentation and tears in the fear of
dampening, the nation's patriotism, which
has eeilleen great 60 strOng,etrid . Eadd.
(nous. when let to itielf.. Their language
isnot like yours ; it is the voice -of a great
nation ConsCious of its strength and warns.
big you before making you recognize it.
The yon at Cleveland that '
they wished to. be free, and that their first
great wish - wasliberty without distinction
of edlori'liberty for the:*lliteinon as well
asloi'tlierilegro, and not the servitude of
both that your master has practiced and
which yon have deereed.atontinnance of.
We- have not time nowt to review the
whole platforniovhicklmilit beop drawn
up by men of intellect, would be a cutting
satire upon Lincoln's Administration but,
as it is, it is simply a mass of insipid's&
" Prophetic Legends."
The Secretary of'State has written an
other. of his prophetic legends upon our
history. In a letter to a committee of
New York Union men, he says that "the
election of Lincoln and Johnson,, at the
close of the Successful campaign ; will then
speak the people's decision, that slavery
has perished, and that the Union is anis
One of the Secretary's "prophetic le•
gends" was delivered in New Yorls
the fall of Fort Sumter. In a publicipeech
Mr. Seward then said that the war woald
end in sixty days. Ever since he has had
periodical ;fits of,, vaticinstion upon the
tuktrlnisnblein, Eking the close of the war,
at various dates, near and remote ;ibni,
Bhp the ghost of Banqno, this bloody
will not " down" at his imperiarbid
ding. If his "prophetic legend" in re.
ference.,to the _success of Lincolu4lo
Johnsiin is not `more correctly verified
tbat his prophetic babbling about 'the
war, the Democracy need not have any
fear of the result of the election in Nov.
next.: • -
'`The N. Y. correspondent of the
Boston Commonwealth (an ableßepublican
sheet) says, in allusion to the fact that Mr.
Lincotadid not reply to the scathinglet
ter of Manton Marble in the World news-
paper. " Well the President may rest
assured that.thereivtil'lielsinnellites that
wilflit'fall to him in peasant places: He.
and his cabinet and all under his ;author
ity fram the White' Rouse to the Custom
he punished in the " World.
to come" This is almost bordering on
treason,-and at least savors considerably
Paanofta.—The tiegind soldier, named
Charles Ridley, who shot a white citizen
at camp William Penn, scene months since
waa- tried at Norristown, convicted of
atitirder in Lb e second -degree, and -sierten& -
ed toyiterra of" imprisonment, hat ;been
plidOna by Governor Curtin.
! - .4% - ltireimlistitntes, one conscript, and
4ta-of commutation money, was the re;
suit *fa.draft of ninety-seven men in
Juniata county._ ' '
—The) i - Wthai). Loyal
lonnea•in New Jersey.liable.4
daty, and naggeb- drafted -tip4er the la*
otpongressflig'fionitoilin aeon eiteilie
*aid:rafted., ida,is !lour epppesed to be in!
- = - The number Or tTnion prlioners whq
haviegfegood in tho Libby : Prim:in at
Riarmona'siTace ifie ortt`eivai; '
is estimateti arnittety men thousand.
—The 6hiCaio-fadies," a few-days ago,
attired themselves in their nicest silks,
wrapped their nicest shawkaround them
adOnned , themselveoi&h;;:dieirl-gaiiiitteat
tits,and richest laces, and,h eld, a We:
;t4.lldlesiVeritlie "ecOhoiii'i , dress,l
vainiostilleis . :;aitait what . "04 not
"in Secesdi-tbOctiviea mum liible to do
ildlitayrdutt st) !Inv days, furlough/b.;
iiiiiirecittittii 14/lige Oirks, Ottusept.
intnYo - 4 , 010 . 4 0dr(5 1 .0 4 el?Putp ,
t 4 iota
teo.pers. i -
'7 -- ---- ; - ,:; -- - 7--- 1 - 7: - . ---
*OW atiliieips . . - gilder;
The Lincoln faction squirrun
dec_the_trathAelling exposnrerof - #3.
,PreMOW lOtttirir It was truth frOnt - ritt
unexpected quarter, The Republieng:Xr.
guns have for two years been pourin'Ween
tempt upon the Democrats for thepersis
lem‘dannnciation of the 9ritidrOlif the
litikifilion-ia trampli9gln trid dust all
our ettnatittithinalsnararitee&Or civil and
pepsorml - libe. „ton osti4iting the war
1 -4-ielfiiir i Ts t oynipt,. d persenal ends ;in
1 '!:ietilitsing,ttie:-Oat nal mi nor All such
1 .eimetattoi • bar bockr_pronounced by
1 lli esq •
to be , treason itself,:a on;ipetheadism."-
1 They iiitolled - 06 , Nery blunders of
: anuntieelle adlitinitfrat t liMr; -they have
justified itirterhitr - aiftinit i ll egal violations
- of inviola ble rights* - neneoary and law
.ftil„ arid, instead of profiting against the
crinieStic one Mors' therhave.done noth
ing but denounce - the protests of those
who suffer by their crimes. `Suddenly
-"thaw: vie - to hell'iianderers - to - iiiitwer dis
cover that. their wholesale libels upon a
liberty-loving people have ,' not merely
Tailed to silence the indignant outcries of
their political opponents, bat have eater.
ted equal indignation from the lips of their
political friends. In their ,own ranks sud
denly:rise up 2 thousands; neon thousands
I w a r p, like: the Demotirate, will not consent
to sacrifice to :It corrupt and itratepite ad
ministration all that heritage of freedom
l'whiehrtiiiikeicii - giiifertiiiiiint %forth the de-
Votion of freemen;, and . who in the spirit
of free m en, 'rads° to surtenilei allele lib
erties tollie cnstody; or 'intrust their at=
'fairs to the management of etch faithless
and incompetent men. '..,
The_ etaele i -comfilitable :to -men
who 10 ii ": airet of free institti
tions • urh.`i_tfinyr, itiw the; partyin - poyer,
1 wielding a, .patrornso enorrnons beyond
precedent' , driving tho people "to ebooite
1 between distmionand despotism. Bat it
strikes terror into the hearts of those who
cringe,_and'fawn ; and flatter at the foot
stool of power. , ...
To Conservative Republicans.
Did you not promise and hear it prom.
ised in 1800, when you electioneered and
voted, for Mr. Lincoln, .that free speech,
free press and freedom should be secured
to our people ! Did you. not promise and
hear it promised that economy and reform
should be introduced, and peace and pros
perky secured. You *ere honest and be
lieved all this would be done, but your
leaders have certainly betraYed you
and now what are tho-facts. Recently-a
telegraph line is closed, and. its officials
impriSaned upon it Nis, charge. A citi
zen of Ohio is seized and hurried off to a
distant dungeon. No complaint is made
against him. A Baltimore paper is sup
pressed because it prints in its.newi col
umnsa despatch announcing the alleged
losses of General Grant during the recent
campaign. A bookseller's shop is closed
in Baltimore and its owners sent to pris
on because they sold southern histories of
the War; And to crown all, Mr. Seward
'goes out of his way to seize a Spaniard in
New York and hurry him out of conn
try,withont any inquiry as to his guilt,
and - in direct violation of the right of asy
lum Which- foreigners Could always suc
cessfully claim on American soil. Two
prominent New York journals were sup
pressed and their editors ordered to Fort
Lafayette because they published a dis
patch which a political and personal friend
of, Mr. Lincoln forged.. These outrages
baveAll ;been compressed in the short
space of ten days. All the past history of
Mr. Lincoln's administration is filled with
just each unconstitutional, illegal and des
patio acts. Can you, therefore, as honest
men and lovers of liberty vote for him or
support him again. Dare yan - do it. Is
not your ‘,,oWn liberty and 'the liberty of
your: country's reason , why you should - I
not ? 1
Those who support him farther must
support and be in favorof a despotism be
cause they support •his. acts-andrreward
him for them.—Sunbury Democrat: •
Ccingress has passed an. act- mastering
out of service - all general officers not em
ployed in active duty at a given date.—
This:will give Lincoln an, opportunity to
muster-out McClellan. Fremont has re
signedfleaving'Dix as senior Major-Gen
eral And Butler. as second. To escape the
effect of this law, we 'notice that Carl
Shur; a Major-General; is just detailed as
commandant at acorivaleseenteamp, here: :
tofore tinder charge of a captain, and one
of the most inferior positions in the army.
General Franz Sigel isdetailed' to superin
tend ; the Baltimore and Ohio railroad with':
out any army; and he has Major-General
Julitts'Stabl - to - essisthim - rin his arduous
duties. 'Major-Generat - JOba Diz is
PuMintending the 1 Way Demecocy" in,
Ne 4 / I ) . Verlii'endailqictr.Genetal Geck_Cad4
watrader is superintending all the fine
feeds and tin .4.tiai - ifp. , novpvitro-iiti in
Phi gdelphia. ~A
. ' Major-Genera is at
Meizfihis, the strategic, 13m/hilt:New Or
leans, and others scattered over the coun
try rsom,,Blalue to- California, literally
witholitemploymetiv . 'But allAbese.gen
erA, are Lincoln ' s friends. - These who
ere ,let'vill. l o.. Bl 4o.o!cP 63 ollader 44 1 4
ermloou;orltas tyrannical mastering-out
ad.>: tli.,'meanurbite'thi4ry_one - of them,
exceptthe farmer, are nut; soldiers bred,
bot;ore antrollect4Tait eipeasikwadOra-
Me4t,knowif, as the, Stufe'rr*Ozt*loOP
so ojcpensive.that. , 4isliedilei: rolls'up
eieli;m: fine` htitior,4llk, COI ": 1 404/Vilte"
ititto4 4 4 l d - placed=; on ;level
white inen 'r They mn's.ba :au
1 04 ' eAP4if To
ould bei meow" to bielltrefrtabaad
mat's OH Comer, oibiOstp)
CRANE ''er. FERGER'SON
*MI6 ietrpectlalliadn'onneo to tlie public that
tbsyy: ii4r3,?1t,1 oileneh:o !stock of
- tev r
1. 'il Cho
wblak dietkra Belting chatifor ready pay..
of all torte, and of the best tarlettes.
Fresh Supplies constantly reo'd.
_ 'Remember the place. Olve us' •
Cash paid for Veal & Deacon Skins.
0. Di. cnsAirit: P. T. IFEII,OImsoN.
Mcmtrooet, April 03.
TINT...IEI NAT NI X Pt. 3WIC
MHZ anderafgned having entered - Into Dulness nn
den the name and style of
WEBB I BUTTERFIELD,
beg leave to Inform the public that they are now re
e.zuy cod well Goode
u,htlgo the :
etylce Of Spring and Bummer
rime; . Shallies,
A LOT OIL GROCERMS,
of all kinds. A good assortment o!
Crockery, Olass Ware,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
TIES, GLOVES, DRESS
COLLARS. &o. &o.
Milo a g ood assortment of
Shovels, Spades, Roes, Forks,
Scythes, Pruning-hooks, ac•
IlarAlt kinds, of Zallreßasaitscoth taken in ex
change. Call and see oast Webb's old etand on Public
A. B. BUTTERFIELD. 11. J. 'WEBB.
Monts:44e, April 1864.
THE MU ilia PASSED I
333 r 4 0 1 Ctolag erne.
and buy your
SPRIN &SUMMER GOODS
111 REGULATOR t
EtAS Just recrei
antspleadtd er= os
Boots and Shoes,
HATS AND CAPS,
Beady made CLOMBITG for Hen and Boys,
TRUNKS, &, TRAVELING-Bags,
WBITIE and Colograt BIM=
UNDERBhtr„_to Drawers, NW= Tlfs,
8C&8.F3, Colton, Glow.*frosi,
Hcougefehtyli, GrOterellae„&e., &e-
I have lots and Stacks of Goods, to snit Old & Young,
Great and lima, atpriou two Mao for llie times.
Remember the Place;
North wing of the bulking lately =opted br UsTarit
rrecr tumor& 1866 GEM
VARIETY ± STORE!
BASEMENT OF LLYABBELL'S IMTEL,
inbeerlber his at [deeds; nod
Ji the public gweeta.lly. thetle Willa rotor° ed" from,
New Irorlt CItT ttlth a Well epleqed aaeortdtent of .
aid 'WOO/1i other aitteleil.Waelitte are iteedea tuell 12 7.,
And Met they *Ube told rot ,: - GliAllll2ll , g4
P#044444 1 4 0 tW-Itaiingt: Plasm ealland - extmlu.
ore#A A. N; ZW4 111 4
•- • .
or pond, tortolo of tbo lowestmeb. b M
e r IirvINKW.DAUDI
KIPP most kb of produce wammAlacirrobsoriact
SOIA•ottlio sad Vanit y Btomfor
A. N. 1117IAARD.
- "WOOL CARD'
TIM ntelitrelpedtaring resumed tbo pOtwession of
Wit 010 eland - in Itarford. and thorottatli repaired
tbe coacbtuery,ttenotv ready to tet r a work. Audi will
warrant all Intrusted .to taro to bo done In ajtood
and Worlanentike manner. SIBLEY.
ilartord v :May tOtb, 1004.--arn
CALVIN O. ZA.LSEY
For Pensioners' and. Applicants
iglarOrnee Public Avenue, over tbo Sion of J. Ly.
ota & Sou.
TERLING 9 B.ADIBROSIA, for Tutoring VW,
Mr 'sale by • ABEL TURRELL.
NEW ARRANGEMENTS! ,
NEW . :cm fim 200,000 : 1
^a -• •
:For CASH or Ready. Pay.
C6•3310.ZXA. ssinociav - In Cars
H ATA p o s e t ic t e ta a rn st e o fillo o p the East with a new and
gtabt -Bak Cotijing
The Litest and mast, approved Styles.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERS.
Of every Deraulplloll.
IA CO xi 3Ft.
ye me choicest brands, including Bert's celebrated
Fish, Dairy Salt, Tend, Coffees.
.Spices, Sugars, Molasses,
At very Low prices for CASH, per - Call and see for
Cash paid for Grain, Butter, Eggs, Er.c.
2,000,000, doz. Eggs wanted.
lilirTwo doors below Boyd .0 Webster's corner, In
the Store formerly occupied by N. L Post.
G. L. STONE. B. L. WEEKS.
Montrose, April let, ISM tf
JAMES R. DE WITT,
DRY GOODS AND NOTION,
02 0 V 2111101 29
Q - 147
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Caps,
-TUC, CIE. 3EI Ft "Jr ,
LAMP% AND 011LIS,
HARDWARE AND NAM,
sacorazt INELELTIZEMI.. altle.
Produce taken in Exchange.
Montrose, Feb. 'O4. J. R. DOME
Montrose DEP • iorrat t
PUBLISHED CN THURSDAYS, AT If ONTIOSE,
PUSsatiilitANNA COU2iTY PA. r BY
AT $1,60 PAR ANNUM STRICTLY IN ADVANCE.
Where payment la not de in advance, $2. and all
accounts collected, will ba t the rate of $2,50 a year.
ADM TISEJMNTS Inserted at the into of $1 for
each square of ten lines or leas, solid space, three times,
and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. Yearly
advertisers allowed usnal changes, at $4O for a column.
BLANKS kept foraale . • had printed to order.
JOB paninNo done in good style on abort-notice.
6; COX-1M X MPLIEP
PERM& BOUNTY, AND
TinaVed,;;lirtair6A9ktiT OF TUE Gov.
claims nomad to Me Car:. p gu 'll .rg pt ee l low. ti ard
matton tarFRF.E. Ku V. PITCH.
Montrose, Jan. 14,1664. 6m
GINI FUNK STORE.
B. WEEKS &CO.
HY2 No opened their
BOOTS,:.suogs, HATS,.. CAPS,
consisting - Of'. ; .. f .
arineytldng In:Pante due of apparel,
from Booteto - Mat,
Low ,ptoe tyorlad palm:min and
Men'a Fine and goatee wee?...
tamper than any - other honso . thle dde ofllnwVordei'
Boots df gog
nontrouAatti -, , - 71.;irAka a co.
Mt: a." Tr: BEACH,* • '
rekitiind . ilitatiNO;?4 , brociklyn, Pa..
mud residence:l tboriertonnerty octopi/4 1 kt the Inter
:-,EMAtobirdifort. - 4 ,
Having tocutedpermonently At prootnyn venter,
TeSpeCtitartell4olll hlllllloolslllolla 6811tioni to °USW;
tzeno ot intoqueluunts County. on term* cornmsnonrate
With the tines. Brooklyn. Jess OM, 1814.—am
ST. O.IIAR‘ . LES - • tice, EL4
eseitat r *TON, rio r ia:viek. •
Aug. 6, 11 . 303. .ly
BALDWIN ALLEN, , ADAIN
wEersArig OF PUBLIC APENUEs;73I
FLOUR, FEED , SALT
s. Garden Seeds,
Wheat, Clover, Timothy ft Flak Seed,
Peas, Lard, Candles,
PDX, HAMS, DRIED BM,
Fish, Smoked Halibut,
Syrups, Molasses and Sugars,
TEAS, COFEEE, SPICES, BROOMS
AND NAILS. •
Cash Paid for gutter.
A. BALDWIN, WM. L. ,
Montrose, April 14.1664
"THE FAMOUS 'BARBEV•
• Come and see the famous Barber.
Famous Barber, late of Ilaytt
Late of 'Hayti, now at Wilson% -
Now at M. S. Wilson's Store Boons,
Find me shaving and shampooing,
Find ma cutting hair to sultion,
Find me ready at your service, _
At your service, CUARLEY MORRIS.
Ifentrose,Oct 15, 1933. tf .
SOLDIERS' BOUNTY, • PAY, AND
PENSION. OFFICE, .
Over the Post-Office,
•mormaa.4l--..rthorizta prepare - pis necessary pa.
pore for allapplications for Soldrets, audits(' wid
ows, parents, heirs and children of deceased Soldiers,tor
Bounty, Beek-pay & Pensions,
I will attend to that business for the sum of
" IPWC) XiCIOX...LBXI.I9 I
for each claim—this to cover all expenses. Including
Justices' fees, Clerk's Certificates, and Posts
This Is shout one-third the sum usually charged for
All persons interested will please take notice and goy
era themselves accordingly.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Claim Agent.
Montrose, Oct..], 1863. U
HUNT MOS. & BILLER.
Wholesale & retaU Dealers in
STEEJ I , NAILS;
MIRE RAIL. COUSTEBSVNE T BAIL SPIRES.
RAILROAD .1 MINING SUPPLIES.
CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES , SPERM AND
BOXES, BOLTS, NUTS and WASHERS,
PLATED BANDS. MALLEABLE
IRONS. NUBS, SPORES.
PELLOES, SEAT SPINDLES,.BOWS, 4fe.
ANVILS,' VICES, STOCKS and DIES, BELLOWS,
HA INHEIts, SLEDGES; RILES, At. &e.
CIRCULAR AND MILL SAWS, BOLTING, PACKING,
TACKLE BLOCKS, PLASTER, PARIS
CEMENT, HAMA GRINDSTONES.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS, LEATHER & FINDINGS,
Scranton, March 424, Dr. 3. ly
!TIDE subscriber having,been appointedlry the Cora
l. tnissioner of Penaione,a MEDICAL' EXAMINEWat
large, to examine and give certificate" to all entitled to
Pensions, will attend to all apOicetions that may be
preaented•ioblm, at Montrose, CC /looms at J. 8. Tar
bell's Wiwi. . „ R.,PA.TRICE. •
Montrose, April 6, 1863.—tf
And Back Back Pay.!
rE7ds ion t ims In izgroinptattent o%cla
ted to hie care. No charge anima aneceashil.
Nolitratse, Ang; MI& J. BcmccoLLlM.
HOPE GOLD CO3I2MkEY.
MI lES—"GOLD DIRT• LOD/117,4mm C 01313714
Capital 93,00tl'aw - ao, s4siatb:
dams En." colorsdoi.. • GEo. W. Glimracts.Malt.Fret
F. H. dean. Now-York. ' ilanxemi Fimu - zi T.
H. 8. Contr, , NeviNork. Color . Wurrii. . "
Wig. Inmate, New:York. •M. o. TYLER.iliew-York.:
B. G. ARNOLD, Provideaco, R. /. •
President—Me Excellency JOAN EVARS, Gireepor
of Colore&I Territory:
Vice.Peesldente—Non. S. G. Amour, Di. P.U... ARM.
Treasnrer—WALrea E. law:rms.
Secretary—J. P. DAMES. 001 y .reeco.l2
Mee No r ClitreffottZewTelV,,
nanagnettligogn 'And Dentlerwllgn,% ,
WO N :Cc 4,lEss
, Camptowni OniWyslashis Vie*, Ilridtbid Co. '
.1411"'.daldtil . ; and Cloth
1113b4; e sior .
ht the following pricewper sowl's .Cansimereebest ,
Cloth, 4,114414 0%04. ,
dtay and gifted Cassimereit, 411 eta: 'Torvan,, , infeents:
'cononort Bailed Cloth, QM:IMMO Flonben, glieetito.!
The'Gray ninon! made - with WO trway .
Awe/tithing% • - _ '
We will anti Tagil tg v it Wit/DIPIO
take home withcint , dehit , • - uAR 410011 Alt, •
Camptown, glity 10th, 1861.—t1
ithr Ka. ritpir "le olieotto witiiiiiadbilii+itioti
'• : V '.: . , )" 11) - -,.. 7 • 9 . , ,
:ZeirrefßusnitelizinaCelmty; . andynatatitlycole.
prising thisreatest rarietternaCett different atileier et
any Store the Northenl Part Of Peranayitania.tnd pet.
baps of the cntirrilitate. - An= assortmett,, by kept. in
sheet thirty different_hranctieked trade, and the rect.
/lons are made frontabout fortp--ht the best Rouses in
New York, and more than fifty Detijenrantl- brallukie:;•
Wren out of New ,york. , A large prekortron of the
Goodsare brought dtred fremathe,mallaihttureye, the e
.!nearing genuine articles, Cuetoincrton. entering th e
' Store' must not expect to tittdrierything;lii-t reit; tut
~ n early every article wanted will Be OfPiclica by lunairl.
.some idea of the Stock May be formed by the following
genera I on t line, but enumeration ta impracticable,
Drugs and Itedleinee, Pninte and OM,. Dye- Knife,
Groceries Liquors, Oreekety, • Glass Wore, %V alt. and
,I.WindnisArr. JoereliT, Silyer Ware,Pittfumery. Haney
floods. bins c al Instruments. Binshes, American Pocket
Knives, Table' Cittlerf and Slicer Plated Waretampi,
lifateriale for Lights,fiardware. Bed Corde,fltone Wsre,
Dr* Goode,llllrrors,Window Glass. Lithegripbs. '
I fishes. Bird Cages. • Spectacles. Whips, and Imam
BrooMa. Gone. Pistol*, Ammunition, 'Macro, Medi.
cafand Butglearinatrements, Salt, Soap, Potash . , rm.
brellas, Porcelain Teeth, in short. nearly everything. to
restore the sack. to plcase the rage, to delight the eye,
to gratify the fancy, and *bete condueeto the real and
substantial Comfort* of life
The attention of the, public is respectful)]. 'net's* to
I my stock of Goode, bonght erclusively &entail down y
and %MIND sold on the same prizel
Montrodet Jammer, et, ISM.
A FtILL ASSORTMENT OF
fill & WIRTfR GOODS,
re" JUST RECEIVED, Jo
and wyl tsa , mold
AT A LARGE: • REDUCTION
from April. prices:
prThisileinellon will include the
which WM ha found as *ga l a - iv:IQ, iropfbe sout oa
THE MOST EIBERIE
P l / 4 ,1 4- C.,111093E1
ON TIME, or for .
EL NUR BIT
Nov, 1863. New 'Milford.
Wm. L HATCEL, Proprietor.
P HIS Demand commodione Hotel ia situated on inblle
Avenue; near the Court Hoare, and nearly In centre
of the business portion of Montrose. The rroprietaris
confident that he I. prepared to entertain guerts in a way
thatestunotfail to give TIKE SATISPACTIfyit.
The Hotel and Furniture are new, and no eapetot has
been spared to render it equal if not superior to any la
this part of the State. It is well supplied With ail recent
Improvements and comforts, and obliging
. waiters will
always be ready to respond to the enll of slerners.
The Stables connected with this house are new and
The Proprietor respectflolly yacht' the patronage el
his old friends, travellets, and the public generally
Jan 63 tf W. K. nevt4rl
LACKAW&Nta & BLOOMSBURG
Oo and after April 20, MI, Punnet Takla" will
run BA fOnOWS:
Leave , Bernattm, at. 5.30 a, m. 11.00 a. m
i Rtnipifon, at 6.40 Arrive 1130 p. m
" I. Rupert, et 9.53 . •
N.: Danville at 9.24 a.m..
Arrive itTiortlitimberland, 9.55
Leave ,Northumberlaad. 4.30 p. m.
" &talille, 5.10
`• Thapert, 5.45
Kingston, J• O 4 . 1.45 p. ts.
Arriveat Scant ,n, 9.10 p.m. $.30 .. p. ca.
A passenger train also 'miens leingston ilB.2oi:er.tor
Scranton to connect with train for Not York. Return
trig, leaver Scranton on arrival of train from New York,
at 4.30 p. m.
Passengerataking tette Vonth from Scranton at 5.10
a. to., via. Nort.htintherland; reach tiarriabnrg 12.80 p.m.
Baltimore 8.80 p. in.. Washington 10 p. m... Via Rapti.%
they mitt' Philadelphia at 7.00
GEO. B. HUNT, Snp't.
liingston. April 18,4863. . - •
HO WARD Assoelliefori,Phllsidelp a
- "if ls. '
Dlaeasea of the Nersnue.litanlnal. lltitaiß r t sax.
noleyatemti-new and reliable treatment -4a,- is of
tine 110WABD ASSOCIATION. fleet twins 1 fn'ecaled
letter =vela:pit, free of charge. AddreseDr..l. Blittor
llonotrpoicr_ , tloward Atisoclation,,No,,li Smith 9tb amyl,
Philadelphia:Pa. • • '- - • ' octld 'AV
19 11 .1;. : 117X . 1:) .
naPlidiene,casolles,tanip oll,fte. P
• • Tarreira
lig°, 37 PARK , BOW, New York. and 6 State Street,
1...1 Boston, ate our agents for the Montiose Democrat fa
theseelties, and are authorized- to take •advertttesseata
end subscriptions for neat our lowest rates.
wM._ 8:. COOPER I CD.
Thotapson'e "Black Star" Line. of
VDERSOI7I3 wishing to — amid for their Me:obi!, Op old
country, Cap Purchase Paasuge , tittntohi
line from the subscribers.
JAM, Drafts u Ireland fol. cabin auras td
AVM H. COOPER dit CO., Bankers.
flontroati July 17; 1863,
• .1.40 - scooc.).-.
7 ^ • • ; •
Woolen :Faeteiy7,l4 - 11.
'On'the it ",
11 S 0 om am
BINELTI; 310031 X, COUNTY, . 1. T.
milli subscribers bat? permaneattlmatted Mete
the tte hl iftlL e fig t ke t tatWin p altitry b ,lbey it art=
to receive Wool of clubmen to_ be manufattame nap
rhumebt or Fone4 Clottn'braby War or style of MAO..
eithertft.thb,,OF upon aluttehankupen
WittlietObltiOdeloPi ; •
Welfavii`tvio ikittbdi t a r qing Machine. Iltieanitee*
g ei rlaely tor *Wont , with new varda, arid
the l er eli ttlr V I I I " re g i rlitt et thi thy 14 r y r ent i ti
their Patronage, that thalr‘Wftir ab c : r ma to 1
' , workmanlike manner, with prettitOlorsivent atir
,onable a primula any eataoltatmenton'ttni .
Generally v those ftom Aadistance can bummer
cailled the alma day; ir 'rev:mated, Ntrapallak Wir!gi
:ellstAlKElialAW4 lll l.o o 9. ' •
• rirltrati mant to.bo ante otgaiodiratt.vitbe Mad%
_en Factory at the foot of Carroll street , =LAW Swaliiir
;Inman river. • •
CASH PA tITFOR W
31011410100=q&3 10 ..
: J wiilULOMN,AcootbilEisi--:4l*--:h:
IC& BURGEONS: kontriale. Pt oilin
.11: over Webb's Mon, on Public Avenue. WM