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A thunder-storm passed over this. re-
On on Sunday last. - But rain fell,
but the wind was violent; doing much
damage to trees, fences, buildings,
in various parts of the county.
It may be proper for all who read the
papers to know that a good stock of al
•most everything in the line of boots and
s hoes, may be found at the store of C. 0.
Fordham, - on Main street, below the Post
Office. See advertisement ansl give him
s call if you want ready made or custom
work at low prices.
The Circus—a Crowd.
The circus come off on• Saturday last ;
and a crowd of customers daily find their
way to the store of Guttenberg, Rosen
baum & Co., to buy the new cheap goods
advertised by them in this paper.
We publish an advertisement for a firm
in Binghamton, who are from this comi
ty,' and who ask the attention of our cid
z •ns to their enterprise.
The Sus'qnc,hanna Association of Uni•
versaligts will hold a Conference in 14foilt - -
rAtse, May 10th and 17th. All Are invited
to attend.' Several elergvnien — from
abroad are expected. Per. Order: s'"
Montrose Post' Office.
Arrival and departure of mqil
Mail South and East via D.L.5,W.11.R.
arrives at 8 P. 31., doses at ti A. M.—
Bound West, leaves daily at 4 P. 31 ; ar
rives at 10 A. M.
Lawsville Centre and 'Binghamton
leaves 31ondays, Wednesdays and Fri
(bays, at A. M. ; arrives Tuesday's,
Tharsdays and Saturdays , at 3 P. M.
IVyalusing and Towanda Jeaves
116 . at 7 A. 31.; arrives at 6 P. M.
Dimook, Springville and I.Visn leaves
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at.:l
P. M.; arrives (same days) at 101 A. 31.
'D. EATIIROP, I'. 31.
Montrose, May 1, 1866-
The Twentieth Annual Fair of the Sus
rehann Comity Agricultural Society will
he held in Montrose, on Wednesdaytand
Ti.umlay, September 19th and 20th, 1866.
J. S. TARBELL,
J. E. CARMtLT, Er. Com.
Most newspaper readers may have been
tricked by comtnencing to real an item
which starts well enoug-h, hut closes with
an advertisement for somebody. Very
provokincr, this—but what I want to say
k, that .Tony GuovE44, Tailor, has remov
el to his -old stand, first door west of
Searle's lintel, where he will be happy to
r.oe his old friends and new ones, and take
tl;"r• measure tOr the new Spring St% les
ot Clothin! , . Particular attention given
to riming, and satisfaction guarantied.
Nay 1, 1866. 4w
A Wilk= k Gibbs Sewing Eachine
for sale, low,
Circulate Democratic Newspap-ers.
One of the mast vitally eosen:i il steps to secure dem
0...1-alit, MD-reef In the coming campaign is the circula
io.s of Democratic newspapers among the people mid
s th a vi. is ton omplit , h this much desired result.. o
• • : up,ti the leading Democrats in the county to .ee
, av every Democrat in the several townships if.ll;plieti
s ith s Democratic newspaper. If any one appears to
Sr unwilling to subscribe. convince lrim that it is a dn•
he owes to himself, to hie family and the party to $136-
t.,n its press. If he is unable to pay for it torn year
tirgc him to take It for six months. We have no doubt
that there are hundreds of voters In this comity
who do not receive any local paper. anti some of them
ii piper at all. If each one of them would get n good
Democratic paper in his house it would have a grfUlt. in
taence. It Is import* t. therefore. 'that °Very . Demo
-ratic family should have agouti Democratic newspaper
in his house The seeds of correct principles thus sown
.:iently will be sure in the end to-spring.up and produce
a ..7ood harvest. We submit these facts .to. our Dezna
r.vir friends. Bayed -mocratic papers on your tables.
and when your republican neighbors come to visit 3on
t will pick them up and read them, and the troth will
in this way he presented to many and produce convic
t.on. whereas. otheawise they would through 'prejudice,
eways stand In their own light nod never get their cleft
open A ;rood democrat should fe - M like supporting
county orzan. and thushelu tOtpread the troth. Man , .
P , l'ont• do not think so tar. - Tsesides ff Winer" arc well
tr. ;Toned. their pribiishers will he eitmoraged to make
1... n more Interesting and efficient, . • • ..•
rrOne One Destiny I—Thitis the ma
o 1 our C.UVC/11/1/CLII:, and its champions GRA NT AND
F• Elt NI A N ore writing it in words of Areon the Hatt e
In the m e a n time. ibentegboat the whole land
cr,-tadnro's Hair Dye la winning its silent victories.
hengin: rebellions reds grave nod yellows into rich
blacks and browns. and converting. in a moment nn:
Into beauty. One Hair Dye only will even
he recognized in the t orld ..f fashion, viz: that
rr“nu , actured be J. CRISTADORO. No. n As!nr
it n.New York. Sold by Draggista. Applied by all
hair Dressers. [tiny 1 lrup.
MrDr. TobLax, Venetlati Lltiiment.—Morn
re , timony I This is to certify that for the last
,rs I have need in my !amity Dr. Tobias' celebrated
~ .-neuan Liniment. anti in every instance have fonttd it
fo ly equal to his recommendations. I have fontid it to
re almost Instantaneous relief In cases of toothache.
billi•ois colic, sore throat, pain in the chest and
and rheumnt and I ehr.erfni , s recommend its
h•Ltl to every one anlitatti with any of the &met:mimed
Hartford, Conn.. Oct. lath. ISnl.
Sold hy all druggists. °face 56 Cortland St. New York:
!lay 15 imp
tB'To COnSamptiVes.-- The a vertiser haring'.
been restored tobeedthina rew weeks by a rery simple
remedy, after having etiffervi several years with er
,,re lung affection, and that dread disease. Consetap
,,in —is a nxious to inakeksicnru to hie tellors , t.alrerere
means of care.
To all who desire It. he will send a copy of the pre.
' , motion us.ett (free or charge,) with the dircetionA for
preparing and Luting the tame, which they will find a
pare cure for Consumption. sthma. Bronchitis, r u nt,
rougint. and ail throat and long affections. The, only
obp-ct of the advertiser in sending the prescription is to
l , ynett the afflicted, and spread informntton which he
e,lyey to be invalnabre bores eNterY Stiffert4
will try hie remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and
may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing' the prescription, THES,, bfrettlit
Mall, will please address
Rev:EDWARD .A.; , " WILSON:
alee. 20, 1865 Williamsburg, E.lngS*Co., Nets YO
tiff -The Confessions and Experience of ma
Pablirbed for the benefit nud or a caution to
• 'tag men and others. who ender from nervous. debility.;
~ e taa• two sleety of manhood. etc. rupttlYing at the l ' ame
tim e the means of self cure. Byoueleha has cured:hittiz
s lf after underuolneconriderable quackery: By enelo
•t. a post paid ad drafted envelop:l;a fclugle copy . camas may be had of the author. - NATlcatnn..,2sAY-.'
ge cl , .Brooklyn, Kings co. N.Y. janZ) IyampT
frfflrEitriingo, but.Tiruoi,—Every young lady, and
gentleman in tne Unitrid Buitea'ean hcilr aordethlng ve
ry much to their idvintage b retatu mall (free of
chnrge.)by eddreseing the undersigned Those having
team or being htntibtwed will oblige b y not noticing
this card. AlLothera will please ad teas their Obedient
servant. - TllOl3. P. 011APIXAN.-LL_
, Dec. 20.-I.yemp 831.iliroadWay, Noma-cot.
rifErrois of Itotith.—A,gcntleman who' stir
frred for years from nervous debility, preinatnre decay,
and all the - effected youthful lndlecretion, will. for the
rake of coffering humanity, send free to all who need
it, the and directions for making the.simple rem
edy by which he was cured. Stifferers Wishing to profit
by the adeertiser'e experience, an do eo by addressing
10HST B. °ODER,
No. 13 Chambers street, New York..
Dec. it, 1365. lyemp
Orin/ ANDLIETWS PILLS. INFLUEN•
DIPIFITHERI . —ln inflammatory affec
tions, when no bleeding to permitted, a free use of
these Pills soon modify the alarming symptoms, and
perseverance,. according to: the directiotir,
quickly chres, and Certainly nothing Is risked In rising
firandreth'o Pills For cold. influenza, diphtheria. pains
of the. head, dizziness and apoplexy, no medicine can
he compared to them. In erysipelas, fever and ague,
small-pox. and in all the diseases of childhood, their
use in-urea a speedy recovery of health. They produce
these results simply by taking from the blood its im
purities. leaving THIS VITAL FLUID FREE to aid a
weak " locality " to recover its proper and necessary
status" or health.
Brandreth's Pills have.afllnity.for the Subject Matter
or Disease, and cause its cerialn expulsion-,from the
body. . Imayismp
In Jessup, April 30, 1860, by Rev.Wil
liam;Sbelliv Mr. JOHN % CrinlETi.4, or Lem
on, Wyoming' county, .and Miss ELIZA
BETE A. SIIELP, of Jessup.
In Forest ;Lake, on the 25Th nit . Mr
CALVIN L. LINCOLN and Mrs. IsaponE L.
Sm A U., _bath of Forest'Lake.-
In Silver Lake, on the Ist -inst., Mr
,INsEL HILL, aged Al years.
Illy GO .1
NEW DRY GOODS STORE!
ROONEY, O'DAY & CO.,
No. 8, " Lafayette Block,"
]BY .AV G. .A!t.. TIGIc '11.;30
We have constantly ou bard a full and .scell selected
to ci ot
Plain Figured an&
Summer Dress Goods,
• DELAINES, PRINTS,
Bleached and Brown Muslins,
at this office.
CLOAKS, AND CLOAKINGS,
33 az lmcor l‘s, 3PieLz. tkgsco las
LADLES -AND FRENC .. II SATCHEL:3I
A Full Assortment of Yankee Notions,
THE viAyiincipT FIGURE,
r?f - Call and cannaine our WO: before purehnoing
eleos here, and eatiety yournalveli that No. S I.4.Fayette
Bloch is the place tu buy good cheap.
C 77- - , 'As we are from Susquehanna County. wr take
the libertv of inciting Susquehanna County people who
come to lstnghamtun to trade, to gtve us a coll.
ROONEY. O'DAY & CO
Binghamton Max J 50866. tf,
' - , .. • : . • F
MRS. B. Itl. TIFFANY,
SuccOspr ; 01 ; , Bixby ?
• • —"
To the building „itpo doora meat of. t Searle's
Huirkon ocr v o,,, f treei,
ii.211 - C been mnftto the gtock, oral elide or wil be
To Please all who may Call.
WILL REMAIN WITH MRS. TIFFANY
Montrose, May IG, 18G6..•'.-
- Exteutor's °het);
TnEREAs. letter s tet•tamentary to the estate of
JANE ROSE. late ',of ddceaoed.
(widow of the late Dr. R A. Rose. of Silver Lake. Sus-
Pa..) have been granted r
#eriber,AlL pen•onslutle.l3llAJO the eat ; es te?te- I ,fe r t
Oneeteditt - nlohe innintlatepaytnent,and thoileorooB
dwith t r o r Zeta:undo against itbe estate thd said - deco.
dent will make known he Paine without delay to
. .43 1 AYLEY,. , Extie- Wee,. -5'
Pina‘Street'rbti s At
Or to ,bia Attorney, W. U. dossup Esq. Muntrgoc..
',SneqtteberAm Cottntv. '
May 15, MG. gwe
OPENED APRIL 10, 1866.
NEAR TUE CAFNNNGO
I D 3 r3r
CO . NSIST/ NG OF
ALL• STYLES OF
All of whleh were bought - while goods were at
An¢ 7r Viiiibe lieliiices CbaC
Head Quarters For
.41. rt. sat- Ata. ra
firß &As atoOing
An Immensely Large Stock,
Each Department Complete,
And Prices Away Down.
Guttenburg, Rosenbaum & Co.
yr AVE a,Tnin fitted up their Store with a splendid
Li lot of New Spring and Summer Goods, the most
of which were bought at auction sales, and nt lower
prices than they were for years, while we promise to
sell at prices to suit thu closest buyer.
Our vnrtety of Goods le complete In every line. We
DOMESTIC & COTTON GOODS,
DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS,
. • •
Linen Goods, - Wo and Goods; and Piece
Goods, Parasols, Corsetts d Skirts,
_Embroideries, Glot , et;, Hos
• eery, and Notions.
MILEXX.a Ma X IV' IEI ra. - m- 43r C:0 COTZI/3
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
Wholesale & Retail,
RE MADE CLOTHING,
Anti Gents' Parni.hing Good.. Olothinginade to or
der iu a superior
We avnizlil reque.t a call of ievery one to examine our
stock. compare price., t c.. fcvlifiL! confident that our
variety of 0 od- lel he far the I rg.-st. F , t)le and quality
the best. and prices the lowest of any other establish
ment In these parts.
Z. S. DESSAITER, Managing Partner
Montrose, May hi, ISM
Tir. N. L. 3Etrxxxi.cla,ge.',ls
NEW DENTAL .RoolllB,'
Over Webb & Butterfield's Store,
S the place to get your Teeth extracted without pain,
1 and replaced with beautiful artificial ones.
'Pb.e. 'New Patent.
Dr, D. WOOD'S Plastic Metallic an improved
fa-iblc metal for ailing teeth. for which lave the right,
privilege and license, granted by him, to use lot Dental
par-poses in nal own practice-as a Dentist. it is called
Cadmium Alloy. :and is designed to take the place of
Amalgatris la metallic oxyds, etc., for It does
not contain mercury, and hence an'abeence - of
cultles that In such a variety of ways occur, or are liable
to occur with shin agent.
Ploitass calf Teeth.,
Rubber as a base, from $1.3 to $4O per sett. Also,
CONTINUOUS GUM WORK,
F'latina'aa abase. Teeth midi:Ulna beingerie continuos
solid maseNTer slofit-per sett.
VW - Please call at my office and examine specimens.
Office hours from g o'clock a. m. to 9 o'clock. p. ni.
Montrose. Pa., May 8, 1860. Itloctly
THE LAST MOVE!
STONE & WARNER.
SUCCESSORS TO TIDE OLD FIRM OF GEO.
prii.VEremorcil their besinees. , to the Store formerly
Cl owned *and occupied by,3l. C. Tyler.- one' door
south of J. S. Tar bell's notel,7 where they arc receiving
an entire new stock of
Ready Made Pothing,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS &SHOES
Which we propose Lowell for, ver y email profits,
-- FOR READY PAY.
leniar attention paid to chipping Farm
tee Produce, Batter, etc. to pie celfork, and prompt re
G. LSTCiIIE. : - - E. S. WARNER
Montrose, May 8, 1866.
• , •
1101110_y v I rtpc of a writ issued by the Court of Cogl i mort
MO' Snequeluinuu Couuty,.und
'I will axpoi , o 1.0 tole, by punik.. rerititie -nt.the' Court
House, Muntroffe, on batiitday, Anti! 241.1866,at-1
o'clock .p. rn., the following derrrlbed piece or pucel of
land, to nit :
.All that certain plece.or pawl of land. situate in the
t o Winship of Bridgewater, Stiatinehanmt 4,,,eounty,
b pmt 1,.d and neyerthed as, follows; td: Nit r...iOn the
norttrty lands of William 4:handball's ainilandalste of
Samna :lhambprlin, on the elmt by lands of Daniel MO;
Cohan and Inn& formerly of Garrey 'Grifiln,on the
!onto by )ands now or late of Illchani 13lay and John
Wood, and on the west by lands 01 John Trumbull, con
taining one hundred and sixty acres of land, be the cline
more or less, wl tit dm appurwmanees,.obe mimed house,
one carriage honre.two name one' idled. two orchards,
and Ovit outißundredand twenty aveneres improved.
[Taken in execution at the stilt of David Morgan vs. L.
Gardner. - - - ,
• , Damn strsrsiEns, Sheriff
Sheriff's °Mee', Miiniktroee. ILki 7, le.A.
LSTATE, of JOIIN 'MORAN. deceased, • late of
E Bridgefirater tourosfiip,tiesit'a comity, Pa, .;
I 4 Letterset ndmlnistmtion upon theestate otthe shove
vamiddecedentharing been prisitbd to the encletsleu ,
ed, all persons Indebted to said estate ere hereby mitt •
tied to ; make,lromedlate:paYinknt, and those having
claims agatnot the seine to present thethilnly.antkentr
cated for settlement. ,
!At NICK MORAN, AdM'Y.
Moritrore, MayB, 1866.
mention a few
BOISE & I.OT FOR SUE!
I'IIS.ATEr:/ In Bridgewater, on New Milford Road, 3
miles trots Montrose; consisting of 1,1„i acres of
A good Now House and Barn,
well of water and about ty choice young Fruit Tfees.—
A desirable location fora mechanic.
For particulars Inquire of the undersigned in West.
Bridgewater, near DX. Coon's.
3I ay 8, 1866„ 2w
r Cr e t
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS!
CRANE, HOWELL & CO.,
RE now receiving a large and well-selected stock of
A new goods, consisting in part of choice I commli
. . ..
FLOUR, . ' 'DAIRY SALT,
SUGAR, TABLE SALT,
JYRITP, ~,„ BBL S ALT,
. MOLASSES, - V CANDLES,
CHOICE TEAS, - BRUSHES,
' " COFFEE. &e., .ke
LARD, " BROOMS,
FISH, ROPE, &c.
and In fact a choice variety of all kinds of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
which we arebottud to sell 'wholesale or retail,
cheap for cash or ready pay.
Call and see before buying elsewhere, for wp take
pleasure In showinc our goods, whether you buy ornot.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
taken In exchange for Goods at the beet market prices.
of-Shnp In basement of Boyd's buildlng, next below
Also, Meat Market Adjoining,
Where Fresh Meats and Fish of all kinds are kept for
O M. CRANE. JOHN HOWELL. P. T. FEROERSON
Montrose, May 1, 1966.
AvrAw,- - 10 ikaurzio
ZINER St COATS
AVISTI to Inform the people of Montrose and vicini
tt they ha-ve taken the Store one door below
G. L. Stone. on Stun street, and or: now upentng a
choice stock of
FAMILY GROCERIES, flOllll
Very Cheap for Cash.
Having bought onr Groceries for Cash nt the lowest
prices. and rellin exclusively for cash. enabler to cell
cheaper than other hou.es doing a credit business.
Wesbnll at all times keep a
Freisla t Cil 0 0 U. 7
and by close sttentfon to business hope to Elertt our
shwa cd patronage.
Commix Laid for
BUTTER AND GRAIN
Pirrnila fuinlehed and Butter "lipped to New York
free of charge.
C. S. MINER, - . . W. It COATS
Montrose. Mny I. 1566. 3m
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
BURNS dic, NICHOLS
NEW DRUG STORE,
x 9 I\7" CZO 1;717 OPEN,
And they are ready to furnish genuine articles of
Paints, Oils, Varni.,l,.,
Chemicals, Dye stnir,,
Pare Witzes d• Liquors,
Family Dye Colors,
Fancy Soaps, tooth. Nan. Shaving and Hair Brushes,
Combs. Flavoring Extrays, all the popular Patent Med
icines of the day, such as Dr. Jayne's Etunily Medici .es,
Ayres' Cherry Pectoral. Sarsaparilla and Pills, Helm
hold'sExtract Buchu. Hostetter's, and Al-
Turd's Bitters. Weay. is Syrup. Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches. Kennedy's Medical Discovery, Dr. Dam's Invig
orating spirit. an excellent remedy for dyspepsia; and
in fact all articles usually found In a first class. Drug
PHYSICIANS ale solicited toe ins our Stock and
Prices bef&e pit rdlidzlng. '
10 R E§CAUPTIONs ACCURATELY CoMPOI.; 4 2iDED2
Our Motto will be
The Ben Goods (and none other) at Lowest
We hare selected our Stock very carefully, and think
we can famish as !PURKartieles itrorre h ne. and nt as
LOW PIM ES us any other establishment to this skin•
fly. We therefore solicit and ►hall elude-W/o( to merit a
liberal share of pnIA ic Patronage.
09 — Don't forget to call and see ns. building former
ly occupied by T.:Etheridge: •
A. B. BURNS. - - AMOS NICHOLS
Montrose, Pa., April 24, 196 G.
Tut; rubserlber offers for sale-her TANNERY, eittinte
in flop Bottom. Sasmnehanua county, Pa,
tine buildiug lotttarnicre . „'on woich areatholce vari
ety of fruit trdel. • This Property Is, invaluable as all n
v. stment to any enterprising than Avith small capftal,
who wiohey It establish himself in the lannin„ . •• business.
or for itpeculatlve purpoies..tt beintrurithin Muirterof
a mile of the B. L. W. It.ll. Acipvt, located in the
centre of a large farthing dlstria commamit le: custom
and a rise in vaine. IiIA n kIOARET SLAWMON:
atop Bottom, April 24th, 1.6 G.
Canned & Dried Fruits,
L -..0n SALE nilll6 7 oid-sbino Oittal4l; , ll3 Jr, Allen, on
r Public Avenue.
BALDWIN, ALLEN IL lIIITCEELL.
Dionteoie, April 10, 1800.
• ra . Crtloo •
Y Notes nad Accounts will be in the hands of G.
'kVA • Stone obork time for collection.
March 6, intin,• F. B. WEEKS. •
566. PHILADELPHIA' 1866.
HOWELL I& BOURKE,
raper. 3134Etaa.G - Liagesir
Corner • Fourth tend = Market_-.Streets,
N. In Store,* large rAikk of
LINEN and OIL SHADES.
Starch 0,•1866. Bsl;fw
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL WORK,
ANECDOTES AND INCIDENTS
Of? THE REBELLION:
Heroic Patriotic, Political, Romantic, Humorous, 'Tragic,
Splendidly Illustrated with over SOO fine
Portraits and beautiful Engravings.
TH Work for gala' humor. tender pathos, startlion
interest, and attricti ve beauty. stands peerless and
alone among all its competitors The valiant and brave
hearted, the picturesque and dramatic, the witty and
marvelous, the tender and pathetic. The roll of fame and
story. cams, spy, picket. arrant, bivouac, and siege;
startling surprises, wonderful cscaPes, famous words
and deeds of woman, and the whole Panoritnn of War is
here th illingly and startlingl portrayed in a =utterly
,manner. at once historical and roman ic. ret,dering it
the mo't ample, brilliant and readable book that the
war has called forth.
11. J. STEPIItNI3
Dieu , 'led officerp, aoldlrra, teacherP, energetic young
men. and all in want orprodtable employment, will end
thin the tret chance to make money ever yet offered,
Write Per our cirenlare and Pee uur termp.
Address, NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
m• No. 507 Minor street, Philadelphia. Pa
e , _ den.
Ho e l n -
B' ilk ..?' ' •
, CURLS prddithed bvihe lISC f
, 'of Pia. DtBREILICS ' PRISER ' 3 i .
4-- ' .: I.P, CHEVEAUX. One up t:, '
-,,f . .
plication warrtrn led to cnrl 4c,.1r. , •:::.
41 - - - 1-7 - the most straight and stub- ``. 1 . • 4,. .i ,
- v born hair of tither sex into
wavy ringlets or heavy MIISPiVe curls. Has been need by
the fashionable* of Paris and London. with •the most
g,rat I tying results. Does no iniury to the hair. Price by
mall, sealed and post paid. ."1. negcriptive circulars
mailed free. Addres. BERGER. STlurrs .k . Co ,Chem.
!sta. No. '283 Rivet street, Troy, N. Y. Only Intents fur
the United States. 4 myl lycfspq
WHITE LIQUID ENAMEL
FOR impreeln- and Beautifying the complexion.
The most valuable and perfect preparation in use.
for givin g the skin a beautiful. pearl-like tint, that Is
only foun d In youth. It quickly removes tan. freckles,
pimples. blotches, moth patch e. sallowness, eruptions
and all Impurities o' the skin, kindly healing the same,
leaving the skin white and clear ad, alabaster. Its use
cannot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
vegetable preparation is perfectlybarrniess. It is the
only article of the kind used by the French, and is con
sidered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfect
toilet. Upwards of mono bottles were sold daring the
past year, a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy. Price
only t 5 cts. Mailed. post paid. on receipt of nn order by
BERGER, SHUTTS k. CO,. Chemists,
myt lycfspq 2'G River street, Troy. N. Y.
Excelsior 1 Excelsior
AL 'PM Xa-T-9 '
FOR REMOVING SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.
TO the Ladies especially, this invalnablo 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 the roots.
It is warranted to remoris superfluous hair from low
foreheads, or from any part of the body _completely, to
tally and radically extirpating the same,.learing the
skin soft , smooth and natural. - This is the only article
u.ed by the French. and is the only real effectual depil
atory powder in existence. Prier E pt r package, sent
poet paid to any address. on receipt of an order. by
Btlgiga, Siturrs Co., Chemists,
myl lycfspq 253 Ricer street, Trot, N.V.
.:.---„ WHISKERS, MUSTACHES .
forced to grow on the smote.
...... _ i 4: thest fire in from three to 6 . :
weeks by nein.. Dr. SEVIG- . W i'
, 1 . ,.:.-','•:-0 NE •S RES T ° A U 11. A TEL II '" •, 7 --...
te„ , ;•- CA PILAIRE. the most won-
ftr;* 77 ,7 7 6,1r derful discovery in modern , , •,tV:-' • Fit:
''.4. 1 ..4" . ' science. acting on the Re'ard '7.64.1
and Bair in an almost mime- ..
flouts manner. It has been used by the elite of London
and Paris with the most flattering FTICCCHS. Numee of
nil purchasers are registered, andif entire satisfaction
is not given in every instance, the money will be cheer
fully refunded. Price by mail. scale i and postpaid, 11.
Descriptive circulars and testimonials mailed free. Ad
dress BERGER, SHI - TTS k Co.. Chemists, No 26-sRiy•
er street,- Troy. N. Y. Only agents for the United
State. tnyl lycfspq
Baldwin, Allen, & Mitchell.
After retiring for thirty days at hard labor," have re
gamed busi rtes., at the old etand t under
the name and arm of
BALDWIN, ALLEN SE MITCHELL,
Flour, Feed, Salt, Pork, Batter, Cheese,
Dried Beef, Hams, Fish, Smoked Hal
' ibut, Candles, Tea, Cotree, Spires,
Syrup, Molasses, Sugar,
Clover & Timothy Seed, Flax-seed, Beans,
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. MITCITELL.
Montrose, April 10, 1816.
Hiyhest Premium, Fair of the American
Institute, 1865. (Gold Medal.)
1. Its simplicity and °tour naa - ms of work.
2. Its makiu2 four different stitches, viz: The lock,
Snot, Double Lock and Double Knot.
3. The Reversible Feed motion—operated by simply
turning a thumb screw—enabling, the operator to run
the work to the rizht or left, and GREAT COllVallieliCe of
smx-fhstening the ends of seams.
4. The perfect Cluieh and anbetantial manner in which
the machine le 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. s's 3. No. 2, s7s.—With all the Fixtures.
Montrose, Aprll3. ISM. 3m
ESTATE of RACHEL CHANDLER deed. late of
ilereiea toonship,Susquehnnna county, Pa.
. Letters of administration upon the estate of the above
named decedent having been granted to the andorslgn
cd. all persons indebted to said estate are hereby noti
fied to make Immediate payment and those basing
claims against the same to present them duly authenti
cated fur settlement.
' ALVA CHANDLER. Adm`r,
coin testament° annex°.
Herrick, Aprll 10, 1006.
STATgof JEDEDTAH REED, late of West Win
. 1174 sted, Litchfield county, omm-client, and formerly
of New Milford, Susquehanna county Pa.
Letters testamentary upon the estate of the, above
named decedent having been granted to the undersign
ed, notice 18 hereby given to all persons indebted , o
raid estate to make immediate payment. and those hay
ing claims noon the IMMO will present them duly attes
ted for c.ettlemeut.
.E. P. BRADFORD. Executor.
New Milkird, Mareb VT. lEad.*fit
TWO NEW UMW WAGONS
FOR SALE tie my Blacksmith Shop• with Henri
Montrose, Aptil 17, 1666. • • EDR"D' P. STAMP. '
leitTrt.l:l:ElLZ-8 7 15;.
THE PICTOBIAT, BOOK OB
cfmr..a.evrflx.e.ica.e..xl. o o
Broomg, Nails, ct c. elc
REPORT or COXMITTEE or AWAITDS—RLAPDXII
NEW r GOODS" '
. Continually ArriAng
HAS tiICEN 11E11011CD "IV 7113
THIRD DOOR AtoVg
And Is now rceelving a large Stock of
9' r Ood.sa,
GREAT AUCTION SALES
IN IV3MIVIT Ircomact,
Many of them at
BEFORE THE WAR !
CLOTHS, CASSMERS, Etc., CHEAP.
A drat rate Cutter frOm New York will be hers 1• •
day or two
I. N. HINE & CO.
Montrose, Aprtl $4, 1866.
JAMES R. DEWIT T 1
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
CHOICE FAMILY ,
COM V12,22122 a
•a - e 4 I a -tAr
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Caps,
cpi.<3o - mr,..3mor rt. "Sr,
HARDWARE AND NAILS,
Produce taken in Exchange.
Montrose, Feb. '64. L R. DeWITT.
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WILL immediately relieve, wither: pain,lll Mtn .
boners of the periodic discharge, Whet her arialac
root relaxation or eupprt eeion. The) act 'lke Rebel=
a removing thepains that error-Ten) dillicnitoglin
toderate menstruation, and are the only rare aid sell•
big remedy for Finches. Seek 1 en ache. Pains lu the
"ins, Back mad Sides. Palpitation of the !Dori. /Imre
ous Tremors, Ilyptericr, Speen P. lirt.hi p !Dor f
thee nnplenennl rind de ngerone effretp of an unnatural
ondltion of the PeXUCII functions. In the worst eases
.1 Floor Athos or %1 have,
, t ney eltect a speedy care.
Dr. Cheesemans Female Pills
‘re the only medicine that `worried and single ladles
hv rAnn i e
ProM for m
IO N y
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T r b el ek o e e y
l a il
oreplrp t Inn ever put forward, till h immediate and per.
•istent encrypt , . 'DON'T BE OPCFIVRD. Take this
tdvertieement to yonrDrn gist. and tell him that you
mutt tee beet and most reljable 'Female 31 edidne Is
he world, which is coppriced in
nr. theeseron's Female Pills!
They have received, and are now receiving the sane
ion of the most eminent Physicians In Amerlt a.
Explt blreetions with each box—tbs Pelee. One
'lunar per box, containing from 50 to 60 Pills , .
Pills Fealty mail, promptly, by remitting the Woe
o the Proprietors, or any authorized agent, in curtest
Sold, by Druggists Generally,
TIUT,CIIINGS 4 lIILLYER, lProndefore,
• 95 Der street, New Tort,
A BEL TV WI 111116 L. Wholesale and Retail Age pt
'or tlontrdso and vic'nl tr.
• Oa. U. corn' y
warden & Flower Seeds
For Sale by