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Johns en i Clymer-and,-*e Union.-4
Mass Ckonveationla be Beld In
Harrisburg; Anent Ist.
In accordance with previous noticed
largeimmber of honorably discharged of
ficers and soldiers met at the Buehler
Honie, Harrisburg, Pa., on Thursday at`.
tenioon, June 28th to take into considera
tion the propriety of holding a State Con
vention of Soldiers and Sailers favoring
President Johnson's restoration policy;
and the election of Hiester Clymer and
opposed to the Radical Congress, and the
action of the Soldier's Convention held at
On motion of Major Lewis, General .
Davis, of Bucks county, was unanimously
elected as Chairman of the meeting. Gen
eral Matthews, Colonels Linton, Lyle,
Leech, and Owens, Major Leibis, Captain
Weaver and Lieutenant Boyer, were elec
ted as Vice Presidents, and Captains C.
B. Brockway and J. A. Graham, Secreta
The room not being large enough to
hold the meeting, a motion prevailed to
adjourn to the Democratic reading room.
After Gen Davis had stated the object
of the meeting, on motion,Colonel Ent,
Captain Woodruff, Colonl Lyle, General
Mathews, and Adjutant Becker were ap
pointed a committee to report the time,
place and plan of holding the proposed
While the Committee was out, General
M'Candless, on invitation, addressed the
iThe committee reported the ' following
preamble and resolutions :
That Whereas, Delegates regularly
elected to the Soldier's Convention which
assembled at Pittsburgon tliesth instant,
were excluded therefrom beeause - they
were opposed to the radical measures of
Congress and the election of John W.
Geary as Governor of Pennsylvania.
And whereas, The said Convention
fried to commit the honorably discharged
officers, soldiers and seamen of Pennsyl
vania to the fanatical and revolutionary'
policy ofThadeus Stevens, Charles Sum
ner &i Co., a policy which is in direct con
flict with the objects of the war as set
forth in tlirr joint resolution of Congress
of July 22d, 1861.
And whereas, The said Convention did
not represent the true sentiments of the
tried soldiery of Pennsylvania, who sus
tained the Federal Government on land
and sea during the late rebellion; there
fore be it
Resolved, That the honorably discharg
ed officers, soldiers and seamen of this
State who approve the constitutional,
conservative and humane restoration pol
icy of President Johnson, opposed to ne
gro suffrage and in favor f electing Hies
ter Clymer Governor, will meet in con
vention at Harrisburg, on Wednesday,
the let of August, 1866.
Resolved, That each county be entitled
to seven delegates, and where a county
has more than one member in the House
of Representatives such county may send
seven delegates for each member, the del
egates to be selected by the honorably
discharged officers, soldiers and seamen
of the counties repectively favorable to
the objects to be set forth in the general
call for the State Convention.
On motion, the following named gen
tlemen were appointed a local committee
to make arrangements for the State Con
Col. Asbury Awl, Capt. Wm. M'Car
roll, Capt. Thomas Maloney, Surgeon,
Charles Bowers, Lieut. Win. B. Carson,
Sergeant 1). Knighton, Privates Edward
Lescure, Thomas Forster and Edward
On motion, it was resolved that Gener
Col. Lyle, Col. Linton,
Col. Davis, ofßerks, Embeck and Gener
al Sweitzer, of Pittsburg, be a committee
on transportation, to negotiate with the
several railroad companies of the State as
to the terms upon which they . will convey
the delegates and others wishing to at
tend the convention and to advertise.the
result to the public.
On motion, it was resolved that Gener
al Davis, Col. Linton,Col. J. Wesley Awl,
Col. Jones, Capt. 'Williams and Capt.
Brockway be appointed a committee to
prepare a call for the Convention; and in
addition to the representation called for,
that they invite all soldiers and seamen
sympathizing with the object in view to
meet at the city of Harrisburg on that oc
On motion, the thanks of the Conven.
tion were tendered the Democratic Club
of Harrisburg for the use of their reading
01 motion, adjonrnen. _ :
C. B. BsocKway •
3. A. GIIARAN . I; --
Dismissed the Service.
Cat. Philip R. Forney,-of the .14th U.
S. Infantry, eon of that distinguished pat.
riot, John W. Forney, has been tlismissed
the service for disobedience of orders and
condi:et unbecoming an *Hoer atid,o geo.:
tleman; - having failed to report to bis - io-
Oment . after repeated orders, mad having
given ' in' payment for a -debt a_-cheek
signed by himself, in his ofliM '6apatifY,
on a banking house wherele'neverigol
any money deposited. .
APOLOGY 'To Tim PILEEIDENZ
Howaid has addressed a letter to: the
President, apologizing for his letter re
cently published in New York in defence
of the Freedmen's Bureau officers in the
Southern States. • No excuse is that it
was written hastily, and befiaritbieknowl
edge of the facts set forth in the SteegV
man and Fullerton report. flittcuulldeace ,
in Gen. Fullerton is such that WP*
compelled to believe 'these
_charSce , t I IFY4
much foundation in fact. '
. _ Another Good Veto.
- Presicient Johnson bas vetoed tin bill
passed by Congreig gfanting to a main
moth—Corporaion called the_" New York
and Montana Mannfactuting Company,"
a preemptive right to twenty sections of,
the 'Public lands, containing 12,800 acres,
three sections to be of iron and coal lands
and: the remainder. timber -land.
• The Cincinnati Times, (a Republican
journal) in alluding to this bill, speaks
out its honest sentiments, in the following
words :-L•." Congress must have been deaf
tind Ilninb and blind, besides being.asleeP'
when it was passed. So complete a vio
lation of the.,-land policy of the Govern
ment for the aSt quarter of. a century, in
ordei to build up a huge monopoly, is
too abominable to admit of the idea that
a single member of the House or Senate,
except some hired agents of the compa
ny, could have known what they were
" Mr. Yalmien ihows by this veto that
he is watchful of the interests of the peo
ple, and it is an interesting coincidence
that it. comes to strengthen our demand
madeyesterday upon the approaching
convention it Columbus, to recognize the
President as having deserved well of his
E'Part, of the abolition press of the
North would like to, manufacture a little
political capital out of the 'arrest of the
Fenian lenders, if they knew just how to
get)abont it. >The fact, however, of their
being the' bitterest enemies Ireland and'
the Irish people ever had,'and their
tempts a. few years since to disfranchise
all foreigners, is a stumbling block that
they can't well get over. They had bet
ter stick to the nigger.
The 'Freedmen's Bureau
The freedmen of the Southern States are getting hear
tily tired of the men who are delegated to take care of
their interests, as well as to the system under which
they' act. A Freedmen's Convention is called to meet
at Augusta, Georgia, in July. The object of the meet
ing is to memorialize Congress on the rightof franchise
and of trial by jurors of their own color. , The question
of an indorsement of the Freedmen's Bureau was min
gled-with the other questions, and the anti Bareanists
carried a majority of the districts yet heard from. At a
meeting of colored people recently held in Griffin, the
colored delegates from that section "denounced the Bo
roan as mischievous and: cretelve of disturbances be
tween theme:es:" They declared themselves
"to trust the laws of the State and their old masters
and friends for justice."' For this expression of opin
ion Plitts and Beck, delegates tolite Augusta Conven
tion, were arrested by the agent of the Freedmen's Bu
reau. On the ease being reported to the civil authori
ties the offending colored delegates were released.
—Mr. Horace Greeley is among the
glorious company of " patriots" who have
been shocked at' the utterances of the
President.. Long age Mr. Greeley said :
"rAll nations have their superstitions,
and that of our people is the Constitu
And in his Tribune, of June 13th, 1854,
published the following " Ode to the
American flan.."- -
" All hail the flaunting lie I
The stars =grow pile end dim, •
The-stripes are bloody scars,
A lie the vaunting hymn.
, , -
It s h ields a pirates deck,
-It binds a man . in_chains
It yokes the captives neck, .
, And wipes the bloody stains.
Tear down theflaunting lie ;
Half mast the starry flag,
Insult no sunny sky
With hate's polluted rag !
Destroy it, ye who can,
Deep sink it in the waves,
It bears a fellow man
To groan with fellow slaves.
Furl up the boasted lie
'Till freedom lives again,
To rule once more in truth,
Among the untrammelled men.
' Roll up the starry sheen,
Conceal its bloody stains ;
For in its folds hte-tee - h
The stamp of rustling chaos !"
Now all these leading Abolition Trai
tors are pretending, great veneration for
the 'flag, and act with, what is miscalled
the " Union," but truly named the dis.
—lt seems•that the colony of freedmen
. sent out .to Hayti by the United States
Government in 1863, has proved a failure.
The colonists, four hundred and fifty three
in number, have been brought back to the
United States, and the parties who got up
the scheme are now petitioning Congresfi
to reimburse them the amounts expended
in bringing the negroes back, etc. Their
little bill is only eight thousand dollars !
—A boy once purchased a knife with
several blades, which, one by one, were
broken out and, replaced by new- ones.
Finally the handle broke, and that also
was renewed. The.question then presen
ted itself to his mind - whether he still
owned the knife he bought or another.
,We believe it will hot be long before the
same question will occur in regard to the
Constitution of the United States, if radi
calism rules the day.
One of the beauties of the.-Freedmen's
Bureau is set forth in the following offv.
cial communication _
The issue of white sugar to deppadent,
freedmen and others, was in obediesce to
'an order from Brevet' Brigadier 4eneril
H. T. Clark, Assistant , Commissary, Gen
ral, rl.ooppy-of whicfi is now on frein the
office of the Depot - Commissary at New
'berg, North „Carolina.
Very, respectfilly, yo ur..
= 7 'ama. wr s,
Captain Co. D., U. S. V.
- LUCAS& and 5 white sugar"- for no.
goes, taxes; hard labor, and brown sugar
for white men, is the prograinme of the
Radical party. The working men of the
Northern States `are reguire4 to pay mill
lonsper-__year for thisupport , of thel'reed
menli-LButreati; • and' . the. above.. extract
shows in what manner "the money goes."
TRE-lIINTR ANNUAL FAIR'
ILIIIFeIIb iGlielltßAV SOCIETY
WILL MC HELD' IN IiABITORD,
Wednesday lk Thursday, Oct. S lc Al l 186,6.
Sub-division I—Stallions, Matched Hor
ses, dm. -
Best draft or farm stallion,
'Neter 4 YATUVOtiI I $t 2 - d best •$B ,
" road stallion, same age, 4 "
" pair matched horses, 4' " " 3
" pair horses for all work, 4 " 3
" single driving horse, 8 - " 2
" brood mare and colt, 3 " 2
Sub-division 2—Colts and Mules.
Best pair 3 year old colts, $3 2d best $2
" pair 2 year old colts, 3 " 2
" three years old colt, 2 " I
" two years old colt, 2 " 1
" one year old colt, 2 " I
" pair mules, 2 "
Sub-division I—Full Bloods.
Best durham bull over 2 y'rs old, $4 2d $3
" " " 1 year old, 3 " 2
" " cow over 3 y'rs old, 3 " 2
" devon bull over 2 y'rs old, 4" 3
" " cow one year old, 3 " 2
" •" cow over 3'y'rs old, 3" 2
Sub-division 2—Grade Durhams.
Best bull over 2 years old, $3 2d $2
" bull one year old, 2 " 1
" bull calf, 2 " 1
" cow, $3 2d $2 3d $1
" three y'rs old heifer, 22d 1
" two years old heifer, 2 " 1
" one year old heifer, 2 " 1
" heifer calf, 2 " 1
". three yearlings, 3 " 2
• " - thiee - calVes, 3 " 2
Subdivision 3—Grade Devons.
Beat bull over 2 -.. yers old, $3 2d $2
" bull one year old,. 2 "
" • -
2 " 1
" cow, $3 2d $2 3d $1
" 3 years old heifer, 22d 1
" 2 years old heifer, 2 " 1
" one year old heifer, 2 " 1
" heifer calf, 2 " 1
" three yearlings, 3 " 2
" three calves, 3 " 2
Best bull over one year old, $2 2d $1
fit cow, 2 " I
" 2 years old heifer, 2 " 1
" 3 yearlings, 2 " 1
` - 3 calves, 2 " 1
Sub'-division s—Oxen and Steers.
Beat p'r working oxen 5 y. or over,s4 2d $3
" pair do 4 y'rs old, 4" 3
" pair fat oxen, 3
" pair steers 3 years old, 3 " 2
" pair steers 2 years old, 3 " 2
" pair steers one year old, 2 " 1
" pair steer calves (broke), 2 " 1
CLASS ur.--sbeep and Swine. '
Bait fitiewooled buck, $3 2d $2
" 3 " ewes, 3 " 2
" 3 " lambs, 2 " 1
wooled-4134, " 2 -
g i * eives, 3
'" 2' "
" coarse wooled buck, 3 " 2
"3 , " —ewes, 3 - " 2
" 3 " lambs, 2 " 1
" buck lamb of each, 1
" boar, 4 " 3
" breeding sow, 4 44 3
• " -Spring;
" fall pigs (not less than four), 3 " 2
Bestipait ttirkeye, • - tl 2d
" pair geese , 1 ‘‘
" fistir - a-
" five fowls, 1 "
" five Spring chickens, 44.
cL t tss v.—Grain.
Best peck winter wheat, $1 2d $
Cl ing wheat, 1 "
" rye, - - • "
tt oats, 1 "
" half bushel corn in the ear, 1 "
" peck clover seed, 1 "
" peck timotby-seed, -1"
" peck flax seed, 1 "
class vi.—Butter, Cheese and Bread.
Best firkin butter, $2 2d $1
" pail _butter, 9 " 1
" jar butter, 2 " 1
" roll butter, -- 2 " I
" loaf Wheat - bread, 50c
" loaf graham. bread, • 50
"'lndian bread, 50
" soda biscuit,
mess vii.—Fruit and Vegetables.
Best fall apples, at least 3 varie
ties, not less than I dozen
of eack - $1 2d 500
"- minter apples, ditto, 1 " 50c
" pears, 1 " 500
" quinces, 1 " 50c
" peaches, 1 " 50c
" grapes, • - '1 boo
" and greatest variety of fruit,' " 500
" bu. potatoes 2or more Va.,l " sbo
" winter squash, : 500 • -
" three heads cabbage, 500
" twelve onions, 50c
" six beets, 50o
" six tomatoes,' • ' • • 500
" & great'st va'y vegetables, $1 2d 500
cm.ss 11/U.—Vinegar, Wine, Honey and
Best cider vinegar, 500
4 701111710 t . •- 500
blackberry - Vine," 'soo
" elderberry_ wino, , ~„ 50c
" grape wine, 500
"-,,wme:plant wine, ? - • 500, •
" 10 lbs. honey, " $1 2450 c '
" " caked or stirred sugar, I " 500
w' drained sugar,, , " 50c .
maple syrup, • 500
- Beat two aides harne n kleather, $2 ,
" " nOirlitathert , .4. •
" " sre leather,
" two calf skins, 2
'''' pale fine bOots; 2
" pair coarsobootsi , 2
". carriw harms, , 2
" sett team harness,. .. 2
mssi., x.—tigr' icnitural Implements and
- ' - Carriages.. -
Best common plow, aide . , bill,. cal- . .
tivator, corn shelter, Straw cutter,
horse rake, horse hay fork, - and
Ihr line - 111 .. $1
Ime v eacl
" 'Mowing machine,
"- ; threshing power,
" double carnage,_ '
" market ivagcin,-
" lumber wagon,
" lot of agricultural implements, 2
%Ass oz.—Cabinet Work, Hardware, itc..
Best specimen of cabinet work, , *2
" sett chairs, I,
" rocking chair, 1
" sewing machine, 1
" butter pail, 50e
" butter firkin, 500
" sett horse shoes, , 50c
" lot tin ware,zoo
" cook stove for coal, $1
" cook stove for wood, I
" parlor stove, 1
CLASS mt.—Domestic Goods.
Best 5 yards woolen flannel, $2 2d 81
" 5 yards plaid ,4 2 " 1
" 5 yards full cloth, 2 " 1
" pair woolen blankets, 1
" 6 pairs woolen socks, 1
" 2 pairs woolen mittens; 1
" sample woolen yarn, 1
" 5 yards linen cloth, 2 " 1
" 5 yards linen toweling, 2 " 1
" 10 yards woolen carpet, 2 " 1
" rag carpet, 2 " 1
mess xttr. 7 —Ornamental Needleworkofse.
Best patchwork quilt, $2 2d 50c
" quilt of any other kind, 1 " 50c
" bed spread, 1 " 50c
" worked skirt, 1 " 50c
41 44 collar, 50c " 25c
" sp'n worsted embroidery, 50c " 25c
" spec'n silk embroidery, 50c " 25e
" bonnet, 50c " 25c
" ladies' saque, 50e " 250
" knit hood, 500 " 25c
" tidy chair cover, 50c " 25c
" fine shirt, 50c " 25c
cLAss xtv.—Paintings and Flowers.
Best oil painting, $1 2d 50c
" painting, any other kind, 50c " 25c
" drawing, $1 " 50c
" exhibition of photographs
and ambrotyes, . 1* " 50c
" picture frame, 50c " 25u
" variety of flowers, 1 " 50d
" floral design, 1 " 50c
" exhibition artificial flowers
and fruit, I " 50e
_ clAss xv.—Plowing. ,_ ,
Second best plowing,
Third " i 4
Fourth " it
Fifth " "
Sixth " It
The Regulations and names of the
Judges will be published hereafter.
J. LESLIE, Ex. Corn.
1..., R. ,PEcK
. 1 ' 'NOTICE : TO' THE - PUBLIC,
1113 subscriber resiecthilly informs the public that
1- he has leased the
of H. C. Clemons, near tlfo Found - trot Sayre Brothers.
Customers will do well to call, as they can get every
thing done in the Blacksmithing line neatly and prompt
ly for cash.
gargarticalar attention given to Horse Shoeing , : ,
EDWARD, P. STAMP.
Montrose, Dec. Z. - .1865.' tl
Fire, Life and Accidental
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
Home Insurance Co. of N. Y., Capital and
Surplus, • ' • $3,000,000
Insurance Co. of North Ameri ca, Phil's,
Capital and Surplus,l,loo,ooo
International Fire Insu rance Co. of N. 7.,
Capital and Surplus, 1,500,000
Girard Fire and Marine Insurance Co. - of
Phil'a, Capital and Surplus, • . 800,000
Lycoming Codnty Mutual Insurance Co.of
Blaney, Penn'a. Capital and Surelus, 2,500,000
Farmer's Mutual Instill:Q=o Co. York, Pa.,
Capital and Surplue, 500,000
Enterprise Insurance _Company, Phil'a,
Capital and Surplus ,' 375,000
Insurance Co. State of Pennsylvania, Phil.
Capital andßurplus, 180,000
Kensington Fire and If. Insurance Co.,
Phli'a, Capltal and Surplus, 800,000
Connecticut Mntnal Life Insurance Co. of ,
Hartford, Conn., paying 60 pert cent.
dividends to the assured, Capital. 1 0,000,000
American Life - Insurance Co., Philadel-
phla, Capital, . 1,000,000
Travelers' Ineutrunce Co. Hartford, Conn.,
Insuring against all Kinds of aCcidents . '
Capital ; - '600,0D0
Hartford Fire Insurance Company ? : Hart- . •
ford. Coon.; Capi tarried Surpiall, $1,583,163
Putnam Fire Insurance Co., Hartford, Ct.,
Capital ; - $500,000
rstrAll business entrusted to odr ears will beattend
ed to on fair terms, antral losses ptomptly adjusted.
STROITD-6. BROWN, Agents. ,
efrOMeo firadoor norther" Montrose Hotel," west
side of Public Aveane.
BILLERGS STROUD, CIIAIILItS L. Bnoww.
Montrose. Jan. let. 1866, .ly . .
PIIRE.LD3ERtY_ WHITE LRAM '
PREFERRED by alliraqtteal Maters t pylt;lind
yon will have no ot "or, - - • ~.
Manufactrared-only by i ..._ 'ZIFGLER & ROTH,
Wholesale:Drug, Paint andattreellealers„ •
janBo ly - • la? North pd t etreet, Philratta.
THE, FAMOUS BARBER.
Come and see tho famous 'tuber, --:. .'
• Famous Barber, late of Hip. •-;
Lite allaytk now &Vara ', _
Now at F:=B—eeks' Bto Room, ,
--: Find me sbavidg andithitapooing, ", - ...
Find mem:Atlas hair to snit you, --.
Find re ready at your service. --"
At yarn' service; CHARLEY MORRIS
Montrose,Oct4s, 1863. tf
THEILASON & HAMLIN
F ° IYRY different stiles. adapted to sacred secu
lar mask, kir $BO to $6OO each.. Fifty-one gold or
'sliver medals, or other fleet premlanis awarded them.—
Illustrated Catalogues tree.esif MASON & LIAM
LIN, Boston. or 3M.SOM BROTEIBBS, Now York.
Sept. 2,1865-Ipm:lp -
LQTS. L -FOR SALE.
THEentioirlbeitaire foi. sate raw choice 13nIlding
Loftin Oreatßend 17111age,la dose proximity; to
the extensive works of the D.. L. &W. R. IL Co., now
In pros. me.' TheYase_laid oat In convenient shape and
good eland may be purcluteed at Me:Mutes and,on
espy Waste payment. • •. • -;
Great Bend, Dec. 4,1864. E. PATRICE.
• ABEL TU R LL
Al continually receiving
And keeps cianstantly'on hsnd a fall and desirable
• SOrtment of genuine,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Liquors, Paints, Oils; Die-stuffs,' Teas, Spices and
other Groceries, Stoneware, Wall and Window Pa-,
per, Glassware, Lamps, 'Kerosene, Benzoic,
Tanner's Oil, Lubricating Otl, Neatsloot On,
Refined 'article Oil, Varnish, Whips,
Grail., Pistols, Cartridges, Powder,
-. Slot; Lead, Gun Caps, Musical
Instruments, ToPet Soaps,
Bali Oils, Brushes, Pocket Knives, Spectacles, Silver'
Plated Spoons, Forks, and Ivory Handled Knives,. .
Dentist's Articles, a general assortment of
Fancy Goode, Jewelry, Perfarneq, Etc.;
Patent Medicines ,
advertised in Montrose and nearly every GOOD KIND
IN ANY - MARKET.
-In short, nearly everything to restore the sick, to
please the taste, todelight the eye, to gratify the fancy,
and slab to conduce to the real and substantial comforts
of life. Enamerationts impracticable, as itwonid dli a
newspaper. Call at the Drug and Variety Store of
ABEL 17011,RELL, Noatrase, Pa.'
A FRESH LOT OF
NEW GOODS ,
aIIST ARRIVED FOR THE
SEil3r.ll.3la.g a r i rfardl. 4 ls9
At WILSON, GRIFFIS R WARNER'S.
lallig AUTY.—Anburn Gol
den. Flaxen. and Silken •
• - CURLSproduced , by the use .-.4 fa -*.a s
3tir), of Prof. Delinarra is PRLSER .'s r.
- -.. LE CHEWEAUX. One ap- -; ~ 1. -", •
, v est ( .•
pilcation warranted to curl ,'..,, ;:.;..-,,.
..." 1 - 14...., the most straight and stub- ••'' s 44 1:- ,
born hair of either sex into
wavy ringlets or heavy massive curls. Has been need by
the fashionable's aParis and 'London. with the most
gratifying results. Does no ininry to the hair. Price by
malL.sealed and post paid. $l. Descriptive circulars
mailed free. Address BERGER, SHUTTS .t Co., Chem
ists, No. 283 Diver street, Troy, N. Y. Only agents for
the United States. myl fycfspq
FOIL REMOVING SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.
TO the Ladies 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 acterdirectly on the 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 is the only article
need by the French, and is the only real effectual depll-
atory powder inexistence. Price $1 per package, sent
post paid to any address, on receipt of an order. by
BREWER, Swirrrs & Co., Chemists,
myl lycfspq , 23.5 River street, Troy, I. Y.
WHITE LIQUID ENAMEL ,
FOR Improvin• - • and Beautifying the complexion.
The moat valuable and pertect preparation in use.
for giving the skin a beautiful, pearl-like tint, that 1s
only found in youth. It quickly removes tan, freckles,
pimples, blotches, moth patch, a, sallowness, eruptions
and all impurities or tbe skin, kindly healing the same,
leaving the skin white and clear as alabaster. Its use
cannot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and being's
vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless. It is the
only article of the kind used by the French, and is con
sidered by the Parisian dd indispensable to a perfect
toilet. Upwards of 30,000 bottles were sold during the
past year, a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy. Price
only TS cts. Mailed, post paid., on receipt saran order by
BERGER,' SHUTTS CO., Chemists,_
myl lycfapq 295 River street,'Troy, N. Y.
$1 9500 " P age . Y t E o 1 0
rA e lif w P a A V A gl n Ail e very
ing Machines. Three now kinds. Under and upper
feed, Sent on trial. Warranted five yearn. Above sal
ary or large commissions mild. The only machines sold
in the United States for less than $4O, which are hilly
licensed by Howe. Wheeler & Wilson, Grover. Baker,
Singer & Co., and freeholder. MI other cheap machines
are Infringements, and the seller or riser are liable to
arrest, fine and imprisonment. Illustrated circulate sent
free. Address. or call upon SHAW & CLARK.at Bidde
ford, Maine, or Chicago, ill. [marMily•
Ik7 e w P".1.r3:32..
Baldwin, .Allen, & Mitchell.
1349.1a3:317171N der ..A.X.o.r.a3ELN
After retiring for thirty days at " hard labor," linve re
sumed business at tbe old stand, under
the name and firm of
BALDWIN; ALLEN & MITCHELL,
DEALERS Di ' •
Flour, Feed, Salt, Pork, Butler, Cheese,
Dried Beef, Hams, Fish, ; Smoked Hal
ibut, Candles, Tea, Coffee, Spice;
Syrup, Molasses, Sugar,
Clover & Timothy Seed, Flax-seed, Beans,
Brooms, Nails, dc. etc.
Thank!ld tor past patronage, we shall be happy, to see
and wait upon our old and new customers.
All Goods and Flout warranted.
A. BALDWIN. W. L. ALUM" S. N. MITCHELL:
Montrose, AinD 10,1668. . ;
KW MILFORD FOUNDRY!
HEAD OF, NAVIGATION.
tinders! g alit IttriFoundry
pared to turn e • .• ' ' l9
PLOWS, :PLOW POINTS,
'WILL GEARING, MOWING
MACHINE, GEARING, (L.
such as farmers and othersmay require. .A1e0.7
The Improved. Iron Chimneys:.
Fr — Foundry opposite Hawley's Stoic, next torhin-'
J. S. TINGLEY 4. SON
New Nl!fed, May' 29, 1800. tt
10 A MONTH ! Agents wanted for six entirely
new articles , just out. Addicts 0. T. OA-
Y . , City Building, Biddeford, Ide. (rturZily•
SLODIERS' BOUNTY ,
And - 'Back Pay I
TEM eaderelgaed License 4QENT OT TOT (iloirerpr•
Azar ;will 'give promptattentlon to'all claims tat'are
ted Ma care.
.Nocherge =lces auccessfal.: 'st
Montrose Aug. 20, V. J. , 13. I.IcCOLLIIM.:
SOLDIERS' . BOUNTY
Eitaala 37' ►
THE underaVed. LICEN.ou'AGoiIT of the 1:109
•ERNMEN , having obtained the :neeesearylorms,
&c.. will giveiprompt attention, to .611 claims Intrtiatvd
to his care, • No chargo unless anceeeeltd.
GEO. P. I.EIPTLE.YI
Montrose, Juno Bth, 1864,
New Skirt for I. 66.
The Great Invention of the Age in'
J. W. 88/LIMEY'S Now Patent DUPLEX (double)
ELLIPTIC SPRING SKIRT.
Ts Invention consists of Duplex for two] Elliptic
Pure Refined Steel Springs, ingenhatmly braided
tightly add firmly, together, edge to edge, making the
toughest,most flexible, elastic and dttralile spring eve r
used. They eeldom break or bend, like thesingle opriaa
and consequently preserve their perfect and beautiful
shape More then twice as long as any single spring
skirt that eV. r has or can bp m a d e.
Thewondbefal great comfort and - pleasing
to any lady wearing the 'Duplex Patitetie bkiry. ba
experienced particularly in all crowdmanasetutilles,
eras. carri feud care, church pews, atm eht ri
for promenade and bonen dpesa, as tba eithtetrahe folded
when in use to occupy a small place as easily and c on .
veniently as a silk or.mtialte Areas.
A lady having etojo,yed the pleasure. comfort and great
oonvenlenee of wearitigthe duplex 'elliptic steel spring
skirt for Ceingle day will never - afterwards
dispense with their use. For children , misses, and
young ladies they are superior to'all others .
The lloopa are coVerefi with. 2 • ply double twisted
thread and will wear twice as long as the plagle ya m
coverin veldt% i s useiven all single steel boop skirts.
The three bottom - rods Kt every akirt aro also dpubm
steel, and twice or' double covered to prevent the corer.
ing,from, weartvg off thntrods when dragetie r d ot ,
staire;stone steps, etc., etc., which they are cometac t u r
subject to when In use.
All are made of tile new and elegant corded tapes, and
arethel beet quality in et ery part, giving to the wearer
the most graceful and perfect shape cimsifele. and are
unquestionably the lightestmost desirable, comfortable
ant economics l skirt ever made.
WESTS, BRADLEY & CART.
Proprietors of the Invention, and sole manufacturers,
WI Chambers, and l & ill Reade strects,'"N T
For sale In all flrist-class stores in this city, and thin'.
out the United Sint, and Canada, Ilevefet de Cubs,
Mexico, South America. and the West Indies.
I:l7 — Nuqulre for the Duplex Elllptre (or
double) Spring Skirt. A C
LATE and IMPORTANT
NEWS FROM THE SOOTIII
tag - FORT FISHER CAPTURED
THIS time, and the good people of Wilmington atai
other places fn. Dixie are said to. be scinch
tied ; but the good people of Slentroee and icin,tv
need not be alarmed in the leaz t, an nearly all Undo cf
goods are ool'.g doten r and have been going down (km
the &or. of the rubstriber) a lmost every day for a lunc
time past, and all wishtlfg good Goode had
,pct ter rag
and exam ine qualities and priceF before 'huying,, an It is
my purpose to sell goods strictly upon the principle o(
Bare ono lel lite. In the Franklin Hotel
Montrose, Jan. 24. A.N. B
TEASS—Chnice Teas, good at 10s, better at 12s, and
b,ekliat gland 16a perlb.
Sugars, Syrups and liS9lasses that are need, and
Vinegar that is *urns spur.
Tobacco, (the "filthy weed")from 30 to 120 cts. pe
lb. and some In the shape of:Amid.
Yankee Notions, Books and Stationery. Pocket
Diaries for Candies, Crackers. Cheese. rider
and domestic Wines, Butter, Lard, Potatoes. Onion.,
Fresh Oranges, Lemons and lots of other Good Ohio
quite too nurnerons . to nlentioh, lo'r wily bv
Montrose, Jan. ! BULLARD.
. . -
Maphood: How Lost,„How Re
•UST Dub ;shed, new edition of Dr: Culver.
well's Celebrated Essay on the radical care
(without medicine) of SPERNATOIIMIOZIL, or Semi te !
Weakness InvolnWary seminal Louses,. Impotcrer,
Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Su.
riage. etc.; also, Consumption, Epilepsy. and Fits, h.
duced hy self indulgence or nekttal eatravagance.
Or Price, in a sealed envelope, 'only . 6 cents.
The celebrated author in this admitabk.asiar clearly
demonstrates, from a ,thirty years' successful pcactke,
that the alarming conitequencesol 'self-abuse may be
radically crated without the dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife—pointing oat
n mode of cure at once simple, certain and effectual, by
means of wrilclx every sufferer, no mouse what his can
dttion may be. may cure himself cheaply, privately and ,
lair This Lecture should he In the handanf oven,
youth and every man In the land:
Sent. tinder seal, in ¢ plain envelope, to any oaths's.
postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two post stamp,.
Address the publisherk
CHAS. J. C. KLINE .t 4 CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, Post Office box 4,5.56.
March 20, 1866-;-lysmp.
Peace & Peace Prices,
Large Lines of Prices- Conquered & Reduced
11. 331LIDC' Vitt
Is now receiving, for Spring Supplies, new and large
Dry Good s, Groceries
STOYES, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
Paints, Lamp and Linseed Oils, Ben
zole, Carpeting*, Floor Oil Cloth*, . 9
Wall Paper, Windom Shades,
Hats& Caps, Boots & Shoes, Clocks, c te.
Including, as tlglia. full varieties of the most mesh
styles of LADIES' DRESS GOODS. SHAIIIS,
BONNETS, • RIBBOWS, FLOWERS, ,ee.,
which be will sell on the most fnirorable terms Is
CASH, PRODUVE, or to rrompit.Time Buyers.
Flour & Salt on handihs
NEW MILFORD, June, 1865. r
FITIN T BIAOTI-lERS ;
Wholesale A Retail Dealers in •,1 • I
3E • 3FI.4=t,,DT: i •
STEEL,NAILS I; .
MINE RAIL, COUNTERSUNK & r RA.IIO 3 PIE 2O '
RAILROAD d unfLiitio SUPPLIES.
CARRIAGE SPRINGS: 'AirEs, SKELVS gill
BOXES, BOLTS, NUTS and Ird. , 5lLES , Vui•
. PLATED BANDS. MALLEABLE
FELL OA'S'. SNAG' SPINDLES...BOWS , esz.
ANVILS,' VICES,. STOCKS and 'NES, BELLOtts
• HAMMERS; SLEDGES.' FILES, Ac. etc: •
CIRCULAR AND .M ILL SAWS. BELTING. PA flan'
TACKLE BLOCKS, 'PLASTER PARIS
CEMENT. BAIR& GRINDSTONES.
FRENCH. WINDOW GLASS. LEATRER FINDINGk ,
Scranton, March 24, 1863,--- ly
'Lackawrszna & Bloomsburg XI.
and after; November. R 7,1805, paseenser.triO ,
I,...7'wprrun en rolltoss:
, 5 -
Leave • Scranton, ' " ' 5:50 ' 10:50 4:547
Kingston, • '1,6:35 111:16 • fel
" Report. 9:15 .. a 53.
' • 0 ' - - 9:50 •
Arrival at Northumberland,: 10:30 i*,i, - ;,• .390
; -• • • , NURTHWARDir• .
:Leads' Norttinmberlrlid, ' g:00 •
-;t1 .: • . 'SAG
Rupert,. , 9;15.. , , 4.1 E, . 43 ".
'" I " Ringeon; •'' " ' ' - 8:50• '
Ani,„,t-scmoon, • ! :, 33 . 1 •t.c ,
Pamengere taking, train eouth:frOnt et r:
a. th:vfa Northetaberland, Teach 'Merit' urg at 12:&) •
,Ropert reach Phlialielhia.nt
-* 1;00.p. m., : I t . 1 11
Kingston; Nov! 45 . • " • H. A.-PORDA, tint.
Diseases of the Nereous, Seniinkl; Drithrt at d PeX:
ual systems—new 4nd - reliable tteatinent—in Deport. pi
the HOWARD ASSOCIATION.,Dent by mall in sealed
envelopes,reoe etintged Address Dr, J. San.tis ,
Hatiogrton, /Toward Assilelattexi,Nn ? : Sorpilthstrec t j.
PURE LIBERTY-1 WHITE- LEAD,-
She whttest.lll4molit detreffle:thersost temarti„cal :
'Try it 1 Idanorsetttred only by ZINGLEII4 51 1 T 1 t,
Wholesale Deng; Paibt and OlssirDealelll.
jatt3o 1y 187 North Sd street, 19:Mad's.