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Lathrop Democratic Club.
We are requested to state that a Demo
cratic Club meeting will be held at tho
Hillsdale School House, in Lathrop town
ship, on Saturday evening, May 12.
The Head Centre !
During all the days of the great Fenian
excitement, when it. was daily expected
that England, Canada, and Fenian Bonds
were to be taken by the initiates of the
mystic circle, much curiosity was felt
and expressed to learn whether the " Or
der of the Green " existed in this quarter,
and whether we had a real, live Head
Centre in town or county. It, is now
settled—and lenians and others are alike
privileged to know the fact—that the
Head Centre is really here in Montrose.
If any doubt this, let them call upon L.
C. he e'er, two doors below this office, and
he will show them a splendid stock of
.Straw Goods, Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
I 1 cots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, &c.—
We have not space to note his various
,arsicles, but he seems to have a choice
variety of everything in the line from
shoe to hat or bonnet and upwards, for
gent or ladies. His establishment is
ueatlycfitted up and well stocked ; and the
reader will do well to consult his adver
tisement in this paper and call and look at
Fire >La Lathrop.
Flamm) Gm:nil - sox :—A fire has been
raging to a'considerable extent in the S.
E. portion of our town along the line of
the It. R., clarify , the few dry and windy
days past. Sunday last, it raged most
fearfully. The hills around Glenwood
Switch seemed all ablaze; railroad wood,
balk, fences and timber, shared in the
general conflagration. A barn belonging
to Mrs. Cordelia Snyder, (a soldiei's wid7
ow.) was burned, and with it a yearling.
heifer, tome hay, :.n I tier ereats. Abott
twelve hundred cords of wood in one pile,
belon g ing to the Railroad Co., was con
sume. The timber land or 0. L. Hal
stead, Esq., was bad) , d. lie esti
mates his damage at two thou.and dol
lars. The southwestern portion of our
township has also suffered some. Jasper
\Vil jams had a piece of winter grain, on
new ground, burned over, and nearly all
his fence consumed. Tuesday's rain de
monstrated that " water will quench fire."
Lathrop, May 3. E. at. T.
Some ten days ago, John Moran, while
engaged in sawing wood in South
Bridgewater, with a horse-power machine,
attempted to walk over the pile of wood
beside the platform, to relies e a horse
which had fallen, when he fell upon the
circular saw, had an arm badly injured
and a leg nearly cut off. It was found
necessary to amputate the leg, hut he
died one day after the operation, which
was on Monday.
Tne Convention of Direetnrs met on
Tueiday and elected IV. \V. Watson,
Yew Milford, as Superintendent for
three 3elis. Two ballots were had as
W. W. Watson, 52 R 2 .
Bs Thatcher, 21 24
E. A. Wcston, 113' withdrawn
E. W. I: , ,gers, 113 "
The salary 1NP..8 fixed at $9OO a year;
fur past three
.years it ha' been ( 4 600.
The 'Wyoming Conference recently in
session at Owego, made the following ap
pointments for this county:
Gibson—G. A. Severson.
Ciiffurd—S. F. Wriaht.
Susquehanna—G. FL B akeslee.
Lanesboro—J. W. Hewitt.
Great Bend—Stephen Elwe:l.
Brooklyn—S. P. Brown.
,Leßaysville—G. R. Hair.
Auburn—J. H. Weston.
F .Wil bur.
hush—to he supplied.
Little Meadows—C. E. Taylor.
11. P. Browuscomb, Presiding Elder.
Dentistry in Brooklyn.
At the solicitation of my friends in Brooklyn I h ‘ve
-.olisented to bend Dr. J. S. Smith to their village for
:he purpose of carrying the benefits of our profession to
thck rery doors. Dr. Smith has been thirty-five years
tc, the profeseion.aod during that whole period ha. con
t.:led himself. exclusively ,to curative operatione, and Is
eat only master of Dental Surgery but I might with pro
riety say. Father of Dental Surgery. The Doctor may
bC 4 ° 00 4 ou Tuesday the ißth Inst.. at Bollard's Hotel
or at his operating room with Dr. Blakeslee.
T. J. WHEATON.
Binghamton, May 7, 2806.—1w0
Moat newspaper readers may have been
tricked by commencing to read an item
which starts well enough, bat closes with
an advertisement for somebody. Very
provoking, this—but what I want to say
Is, that Jour GROVES, Tailor, has rernov.
ed to his old stand, first door west of
Searle's Hotel, where he will be happy- to
see his old friends and new ones, and take
their measure for the new Spring Styles
of Clothing. Particular attention given
to cutting, and satisfaction guarantied.
May I, 1866. 4w
INT (Dor I ECM.
OFFICE OF NW. it. COOPER & CO. iliewrans.
MONTROSE, MAT titb, 1866. w f
(AN and after Tuesday. Mav Ash. Pennsylvania, Nary
land, and Neiv England State curecncy will not be
received on deposit, except at a discount.
WE. IL COOPER & CO.
1217 - De, as Well as marriaes. are published free
Obituariesaths published at the rate g
of Ally emits per band
re t words, or five cents per line for poetry. Cush to be
lest with the notice.
In Lathrop, May Ist, 1866, Asa STIIICII
- after a long illness, aged about 70
• At Meadville, Pa., on the 19th of April,
1886, Joni FaxstaaN T1103IAS ) youngest
and only son of David and Jane A. Thom
as, of Great Bend, aged 25 years. '
His remains were brought to Great
Bend and interred in the Episcopal Cem
etery ground on .Sunday morning (22d)
in accordance with the service of the Epis
Church and that of the Order of :
Masons. The Rev. Dr. Lewis, of Bing
N. Y., and Rev. Charles H. Can
of Port Jervis, N. Y., conducted
the services of the church, and Col. Page,
Grand Master of the state of New York,
I gave the 'Masonic address at the grave.—
I A large - number of Masons from the
1 neighboring Lodges were in attendance to
I testify their high regard for the deceased
' friend and brother. A large concourse of
citizens also attended.
Mr. Thomas was an upright man, and
from his boyhood bore the highest char-
I acter as to probity. As a citizen, he was
v ;rtal ly respected wherever he resided.—
As a son, dutiful, and as a husband,tender
and affectionate. He leaves a wife, a fa-
I ther, mother and three sisters to moult]
his loss, besides a host of friends.
In his life pure, in his death he left the
I savor of a good name, and also the evi
-1 dene that, death was gain to him. Firm
-1 ly putting his trust in the Redeemer and
land &Muer, he passed upward and on
ward to the mansions of the just.
The Lord be with the stricken mourn•
erg, to comfort them in their sore bereave
ment, and to enable them to say, " Fath
er, not my will, but thine be done."
HEAD CENTRE !
A LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE
STOCK OF GOODS,
TO DS SOLD ♦T
r_. c) vvr _Filtigii.reis.
L1M0.% Ml6*es'. and Children's Derbys, Hamilton.
Sea-Sides. Sun-Downs, etc.: also. Gents' and
Youth's Hats and Canso( the latest style.
Gents', Boys'. Youth/4' and Children's Snits, well made
and will be sold cheap for eat4h.
E llli : ‘ 0 1:. I k re at Oil) GA
A complete Stack, consisting of Starts, Drawers, Bo
soms, Collars, Neck Ties, Handkerchiefs, sucks, au.
BOOTS & SHOES.
A full asortrnent or Bente', Indies', Boys, 31Iaaes'
and Children's Bouts and Shoes.
Call and examine the GOODS,
IP YOU WM, TO RUT
AT GOLD PRICES.
No 38 Pohllc Avenue, Montrose, tsro doors above
Nay 8, Mi.
MORE NEWS PROM MAIN ST.
BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS!
MEN'S BOOTS, BOY'S BOOTS,
YOUTH'S BOOTS, THICK
BOOTS, KIP BOOTS,
AND BOOTS. MADE. TO ORDER.
Also, a good assortment of
con.i.tin, l of Ladies' Kid, Lostring and Goat Daimon
als and Gaiters, Men's Brogans, Boy'e Balmoral*,
Youth's Congress Gaiters, Baby Shoos, etc: etc., all of
which will be sold
AT SMALL PROFITS!
N. B.—Al kinds of work made to order, and repairing
C. O. rononAid.
Montrose, May 8, 1866. tf
NEAR THE B. B. DEPOT,
GREAT BEND, PA.
N. B.—The Soma is open at au boars of the night for
the accommodation of Passengers.
DAVID THOUS, Proprietor.
Mny P, IPU. tf
11 oosE . LOT FOR Sill!
S TTTJATED to
Lmitee from tr o id nf:o vra n t.er,..., : ,,w w ..„ ll B a oad,
A good New House and Barn,
well of water and about 25 choice young Fruit Trees.—
A dceirnble locution for a mechanic.
For particulars inquire of the undersigned in West
Bridgewater, near 11.11. Coon's.
11. J. STBP/IBNR.
May 8, 2866. 2w
3:3r. N. L. 132-o.3acia,ga'as
NEW DENTAL ROOMS, •
Over Webb & Butterfield's Store,
IS the place to get your Teeth extracted without pain,
and replaced with beautiful artificial ones.
irb.42) Now PaLtont.
Dr. D. WOOD'S Plastic Nietallic Fillin,g, an improved
fusible metal for filling teeth, for which have the right,
privilege and license, granted by him. to use for Dental
purposes In my own practice as a Dentist. It is called
Cadmium Alloy, and Is designed to take the place of
Amalgam• in metallic oxyds, etc., for filling. It does
not contain mercury, and hence an absence of the diffi
culties that In such a variety of drays occur, or are liable
to occur with shut agent.
Plat©a car wlicieetla.,
Rubber as a 4:16C, from $23 to $4O per sett. Also,
Platina se abase, Tectb and Gams being one continona
solid mass, for $lOO per sett.
Fir - Please call nt my office and examine speclmons.
Office Ours from 9 o'clock a. m. to 9 o'clock, p. m.
Montrosc. Pa., May 8, 18100. 10oct1y
undersigned, an auditor appointed by; the Court
of Common Pleas of Susquehanna county to make
distribution oft he fund now in the hands of the Sheriff of
said county, arisinc from the sale of the real estate of
Mlles ereegan, wilt attend to the duttesof said appoint.
ment at the office of Fraser & Casein Montrose, on Sat
urday the 9th day ofJuxe next, at one o'clock in the
afternoon, at which time and place all persons interest
ed will present their claims or be forever burred from
coming In upon said fund.
FRANKLIN FRASER, Auditor.
Montrose, May 8, 1808. 4w
C. 11. C
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS!
CRANE, Hovrtr.,L & co.,
1U now reccivinf,,, , a large and well-selected stock of
.131. 12 goods, concsting In part of choice /t cowmen
FLOUR, DAIRY SALT,
SUGAR. TABLE SALT,
sTRYP, BBL S kI.T,
CUUICE TEAS, BRUSUES,
COFIPEFI. &c., Sc.
rottli., WOOD EN'-WA.RR,
RAMS, BAt , KETS,
FISH, ROPE, &c..
and In Inct &choice variety of all kinds of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
whieh we are bonnd to sell wholesale or retail,
cheap for cash or ready pay.
('all and see before bnyinfr elsewhere, for we take
pltmsure In sbowine our goods, whether you buy or not.
ALL RINDS OF PRODUCE
taken in exchange for Goods at the best market prices.
Pr - Shop in basement of Lloyd's building next below
Also, Meat Market Adjoining,
Where Fresh Meats and Fish of all klnda are kept for
O M. CRANE. JOHN HOWELL. P. T. FEROERSON
Montroac, May 1, DM.
* 3 17 Ak . " AW= . 11 1 1114011
win! to Inform the people of Montrose and vicini
ty tie they ha re taken the Store one door below
O. L. Stone. on Main street, and ar: now opening a
choice stock of
FAMILY GROCERIES, FLOUR
Very Cheap for Cash.
Having bought our Groceries (or Cash at the lowept
prices, and sellinz exclusively (or cash, enables to cell
cheaper than other houses doing a credit basiuess.
We shalrat all times keep a
and by a close attention to business hope to merit our
share of patronage.
L. C. HEELER
BUTTER AND GRAIN
rfrFails Banished and Butter shipped to New York
free of charge.
C. S. MINER. .
Montrose, May 1. 1866. 3m
TRIER! FOR SALE!
filllE subaeribers offer for sale at a bargain their Tan
i_ ning Property, with all necessary Out Buildings,
Tenant nooses, together with
Store and Dwelling House,
occupied by Wm. Tremnin. Said property Is in liar
mony township, Susquehanna county. Penn'a. situated
on the Starucea Creek, and near the Erie Railway, two
miles from Susquehanna Depot. The capacity of Tan
nery is from
10 to 12.000 .713.1.c10w
per annum. A good WATER POWER on a never
failing stream Ras the Patdnt Oven for burning Tan
for heating purposes. The Tannery is In
Good Working Order
in every respect, and Is as convenient and well arrang•
ed for doing work economically as any Tannery In the
county. A good mercantile business is done in the
Store. and might be Increased. if desired.
Wli.hing to get out of the Tanning business is the
reason for selling, Possession could be given as soon
us present stock Is turned out.
rail — ktor forther particulars Inquire of J. P. Tremain,
hiontice 10, Sullivan Co. N. Y., or of Wm. Tremaln, on
WM. TREMAIN 1b CO
Laacabarci March 13th, 18841. 2m
nac. PHILADELPHIA 1860
"i757'.a.11 imat.x, ergs.
HOWELL A BOURKE,
3Pciaratax . 313rfaaa.a123,6.55.
Corner Fourth and Market Streets,
IL—Alwaya In Store, a large Stock of
LINEN and 0111 SHADES.
:luck 01, IM6. e!n
CONTINUOUS GL'lt WORK,
MINER k COATS
Ces,gab. 3P a,1411. for
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
BURNS & NICHOLS
NEW DRUG STORE,
XS ISTC)VI7" 01 2 1E11W,
And they are ready to furnish genuine articles of
Paints, Oils, Varnish,
Chemicals, Dye Stills,
Pure TVines tk. Liquors,
• Family Dye Colors,
Fancy Soaps, Tooth. Nall. Shaving and Hair Brushes,
Combs, Flavoring Extracts, all the popular Patent Med
icines of the dav, such as Dr. Jayne's Family Medicines,
Ayres' Cherry 'Pectoral. Sat saparilla and Pills, Helm.
bold's Extract Dacha, Hoolland's, Hostetter's, and Al
vord's Bitters, Weaver's Syrup, Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches. Kennedy's Medical Discovery, Dr. Ham's Invig
orating Spirit. an excellent remedy for dyspepsia ; and
in fact all al tides usually found in a first CIUB Drug
PHYSICIANS ate solicited to examine our Stock and
Prices before purchasing.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
The Best Goods (and none other) at Lowest
We have selected our Stock very carefully, and think
we can furnish as PUBS articles to our line, and at as
LOW PRICES as any other establishment in this vista•
ity. We therefore solicit and shall endeavor to merit a
liberal share of public patronage.
rl7 — Don't forget to call and see cut. Building former
ly occupied by J. Etheridge.
A. B. DrILATS. - - • A.SIOS 'NICHOLS
Itontrose, Pa., April Z 4. lea.
f ‘fa o li rce 'l d S l E g ß r S o , w /d o t n S t T h
e A . C m iir .
~ thest face to from three to 5 .. . .
4 weeks by using Dr. SEVIG- •
, .... NE S S RESTAURATEUR - .7 - --
'' ! ": 4 `.; CAPILAIH.E, the most won-;-.. . •
„. .' , . , .:.. i :',...: t derful discovery in modern t.
-•.:,,' ' science, acting on the Berard -- •,,I.: -
and Hair in an almost mirac
ulous manner. Mutt , been used by the elite of London
and Parte with the most flattering saccese. Names of
all purchasers are registered, and If entire satisfaction
is not given in every Instance, the money will be cheer
fully refunded, Price by mall, scale 1 and postpaid, $l.
Descriptive circulars and testimonials mailed free. Ad
dress BERGER, SHI'TTS .2 Co.. Chemists, No 285 Riv
er street, Troy, N. Y. Only agents for the United
State. myl ivcfapq
rriEl7-OCaB.lR. ° 6l
FOR REMOVING SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.
TO the Ladles especially this invaluable depilatory
recommends itself as being an almost indispensable
article to female beauty, is easily applied, and does not
burn or injure the skin, but acts directly on th. roots.
It is warranted to remove superfluous hair from low
foreheads, or from any part of the body, completely, to-
tally and radically extirpating the same, leaving the
skin soft, smooth and natural. This le the only article
used by the French, and is the only real effectual depil
atory powder in existence. Price SI per package, sent
post paid to any address. on receipt of an order. by
BERGER, Suurrs & Co . Chemists,
myl lycfspq flis River street, Troy, N. Y.
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PHIS Work forgenial humor. tender pathos, startling
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this the beet chalice to make money ever yet offered.
Write (or our circulars and see our terms.
Address, NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
m• No. 507 Minor street, Philadelphia. Pa
WHITE . LIQUID ENAMEL,
FOR Imprevin7 and Beautifying the complexion.
The most valuable and pertect preparation In use.
for giving the skin a beautiful. pearl-like tint, that is
only found in youth. It quickly removes tan, freckles,
pimples, blotches, moth patch, s, sallowness, eruptions
and all impurities of the skin, kindly healing the same,
leaving the slain white and clear as alabaster. Its use
cannot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
vegetable preparation lv perfectly harmless. It is the
only article of the kind used by the French, and is con
sidered by the Parisian se indispensable ton perfect
toilet. L pw.rds of 30,000 bottles were sold daring the
past year, a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy. Price
only 75 cts. Mailed, post paid. on meipt of an order by
BEROER, MUTTS & CO.. Chemists,
myl lycfspq 3 River street, Troy, N. Y.
-,,,, ~, Blt c :Va . v — en Anburn. Gni
I • and Silken 4,
.11 . C i li e LS Hß ; E d A u u ce x d . hv o t n ire e :e t : ::),.. -.....
) f ;
A 1 0 Prof. EflnautesFitlSEN -, r . ,
. i. plication warranted to curl V.,.,.•
-.4..' .•.e7 ,% the most straight and stub- .', t
7 born heir of either sex into
wnry ringlets or heavy massive curls. line been used by
the favhionables of Paris and London. with the most
gratifying results. Does no iniury to the hair. Price by
mall • sealed and post paid. st. Descriptive circulars
mailed free. Address DEEMER. MUTTS At Co ,Chem
ists. No. 285 River strati, Troy, N. Y. Only agents for
the Cnited States. myl lycfspq
3r , ( lc) R. &D.A. 1., 301
TAE subscriber offera ( or sale her TANNERY, at tante
in Bop Bottom, Susquehanna county, Pa. and •
flue building lot of an acre, on which area choice Tari•
ety of fruit trees. This property is invaluable as an in
stment to any enterprising man with areall capital,
who wishes to establish himself In the tanningbusiness,
or for speculative purposes. it being within • quarter of
a mile of the D. L. & W. It R. Depot. located in the
centre of a large (aiming district commanding custom
and a rise in value. MARGARET SLAWSON.
Mop Bottom, April 24th, 1•86. 4tr
W. R. COATS
New Goods fbr Spring Sales.
Fourth and Aieh Streets, Philadelphia,
ARE OPENING FOR
- NEW STUD;
Novelties In DESSS GOODS.
New Styles SPRING snAvms.
New Travelling DRESS GOODS.
Flue Stock of N GOS.
Splendid BLACK SILKS, ae
L. have their usual Assortment of STAPLE
GOODS. Also, CLOUT*, cAssudeßzs, vssTINGs,
P. S.—Our prices are now arranged to meet the views
April 9, iSfC. ttJ►t
Canned & Dried Fruits,
von SALE at the Old Stand of Baldwin a Allen, on
BALDWIN, ALLEN a MITCHELL.
hfontro•e, April 10, 1880.
1 411 7Crtiaew
MY Notes and Accounts will be In the hands of G. L
Btono it Co., a short time for collection.
UM Y. B. WEEKS.
D. W. SEARLE,
4T1'011.1(Elr AT LAW. office over t o
Otore of Z.
i O ti
Motel, Montrose, Pe.
Our Muttu will be
EYRE & LANDELL.
THE BINGLINfON STORE
. UAS BEEN =MOVED TO Trig
THIRD DOOR ABOVE
And is non reeeiving a Dirge !Roe* of
,SFing & ,sumuter
ror3r (31-Cit, cis,
GREAT AUCTION SALES
Many of them at
BEFORE THE WAR !
CLOTHS, OASSIMERS, kc., =BAP.
A Arst nite Cutter from New York will he hers I. a
day or two
I. N. HINE & CO.
Ilortirome, April 24, 1866.
Baldwin, Allen, & Mitchell.
: .' W II III , 7J
Alter retiring for thirty days at " hard labor," have re
sumed business at the old stand, under
the name and thin or
BALDWIN, ALLEN & MITCHEL;
Flour, Feed, Salt, Pork, Butter, Cheese,
Dried Beef, Hams, Fish, Smoked Hal
ibut, Candles, Tea, Coffee, Spices,
Syrup, Molasses, Sugar,
Clover & Timothy Seed, Flax-seed, Beans,
Broome, Nails, &e. eft.
Thankful for past patronage. we shall be happy to see
and wait upon our old and new customers.
All Goods and Flour warranted.
A. BALDWIN. W. L. ALLEN. S. N. MITCBEELL.
Montrose, April 10, 1866.
P . 3.C:07e033.00
Highest Premium, Fair of the American
Institute, 1965. (Gold Neural.)
REPOITT or COUXIITEI or Aw*nns—RZ►soNß
1. Its simplicity and clumsy walrus of work.
2. Its making four di ff erent stitches, viz: The Lock,
Knot, Double Lock and Doable Knot.
S. The Reversib!e Feed motion—operated by simply
turning a thumb screw—enabling the operator to run
the work to the right or left, andonzar convenience of
oats-fastening the ends of seams.
4. The perfect finish and substantial manner In which
the machine Is made.
5. The rapidity of its working and the quality of
the work done.
6. Its self-adjusting tension.
Exhibited by H. C. TYLER. opposite Lathrop's.
No. 1. $63. N 0.3, s7s.—With all the Fixtures. ,
Montrose, April 3. 1666. 3m
rISTATE of RACHEL. CHANDLER. dec'd, late of
Herrick township, Susquehanna county, Pa.
Letters of administration upon the estate o h the above
named decedent having been granted tathe undersign
ed, all persons indebted to said estate are hereby noti
fied to make immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same to present them duly authenti•
cited for settlement.
ALVA CHANDLER, Adm`r,
cam testament° 1112111110.
Herrick, April 10, 1866.
ESTATE of JEDEDIAII MED, late of West Win
of. I Milf o r d, county. Connecticut, find formerly
Now Susquetuinrus county, Pa.
Letters testamentary upon the estate of the above
named decedent having been granted to the undersign
ed notice is hereby given to all persons indebted ye
raid estate to make immediate payment, and those hay
ing claims upon the same will prevent them duly attes
ted for settlement.
E. P. 'RRADVOIIII, Barterer.
New Milford, March 27. 1868.441 t
30 figl [UMBER WAGONS
FOR BALK at my Blacksmith Shop with notary
Montrose, April It Ms. EDW'D P. STAMP,
NE WGOODS, Conttnaally Anlvlng at
GLORIOUS NEWS !
To all tatarested to Sultas
GREAT DECLINE VI PIUOREL,
COOZ - Cl4st e5llarCilr11100•1
AT AUCTION iu.o
Guttenburg, Rosenbaum & Co.
aro now receiving part of their
The senior partner of the arm, residing in New Terk,
baying made large purchases at the late Auction Bala,
we can ever great inducements to buyers.
DON'T BUT YOUR DRY OXIDS
Delay hash's aim as • call, and stisstal rsitessit et
WS ARE NOW 111ILLU3G
Good faat•eolored Prints, at • la, to 11 do per rt.
Merri meek*, MI
Best y'd wide Sbeeing, Atlantic A, Pacific 1,1111 "
'• Medford, • • - • II "
•• Fine Shirting, • - • 2$ "
Best Spring Delaines—handsomepatternsill ••
Dress Geode at half the former prices.
1. Lugo Steek of
MDT MADE CUMIN,
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUT !
6uttenburg, ,Uostabanm k Co.
Montrose, April 3d, IWO
JAMES R. DE WITT,
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
Ole 0 C 231/1122
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Caps,
CPLCOCIIir..-IMI. ' 4 s"*,
IL &NIP oit,s,
HARDWARE AND NAILS ,
Produce taken in Exchange.
Montrose, Feb. '64. J. Ii.DeWITT.
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