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Lionel government and in taking up armsi
for its overthrow, they may
_be held to,
iribudalsl_ °tithe land, and! fot t that. cbd
duct, as societies and organized commun..
hies, they have already paid the most,
fearful penalties that can fall on offending'
States in the losses, sufferings and humili
ations of unsuccessful war. But whatev
er may be the guile 6r the punishment of
the conscious anthers of the insurrection,
candor and common justice demands the
concession that the great mass of those
who became involved in the responsibili
ty acted upon what they believed to be
their rights, 0r... under a compul sion, . pJ!y
ical sod AreeerlittWeir
less to resist. Nor can it be amiss to re
member that t terriblejte have been the
bereavemerktsi.lmitbelbssoi of this war,
they have fallen exclusively upon neither
section and upon neither party; that
thexbart - lailenatetegtr:_, Irak LaKrallter
weTefirupon those with whom the war
began ; that in the death of relatives and
frjxlitprLii eispersitttf fatiapkiii
ftiPtrineof social systems and social ties,
the overthrow of governments, of law and
of order,- theiokestruction etirpropirrty and
of forma Lind iedes`ead' I±lBBiiir of indus
try, the loss of political, commercial and
moral, influence, in every ehape-apd• , fo rn
whiefl ' great-MliltiMitl 4 B9 otut mintier; the
States and people which engaged in the
war against the government of the Uni
ted States have suffered tenfold more than
those who remained in allegiance to its
constitution and laws.
These considerations may not, as they
certainly do not, justify the action of the
people of the insurgent States; but no
just or generous min will refuse to them
very considerable weight in determiniit
the line of conduct which the government
of the United States Should pursue to
They accept, -if not with alacrity, cer
tainly without sullen resentment, the de
feat and overthrow they have sustained.
They acknot ledge and acquiesce in the
results, to themselves and their country,
that defeat involves. They no longer claim
for any State the right to secede from the
Union ; they no longer .assert for any
State an allegiance paramount to that
which is due to the general government.
They have accepted the destruction of
slavery, abolished it by their State Con
stitutions, and concurred with the States
and people of the whole Union in prohib
iting its existence forever upon the soil
or within the jurisdiction of the United
States. They indicate and evince their
purpose just so fast as may be possible
and safe to adapt their domestic laws to
the changed condition of their society,
and to secure by the law and its tribunals
equal and impartial justice to all classes of
They admit the invalidity of all acts of
resistance to the national authority, and
of all debts incurred in attempting its
overthrow. They avow their willingness
to share the burdens and discharge all
the duties and responsibilities which rest
upon them, in coninithi with other States
and other sections of the Union; and
they renew, through their representatives
in this Convention, by all their public
conduct in every way and by the most
solemn acts by which States and societies
can pledge their faith, their engagement
to bear true faith mid allegiance, through
all time to come, to the Constitution of
the United States, and to all laws that
may be made in pursuance thereof.
Fellow countrymen, we call upon you,
in full reliance upon your intelligence and
your patriotism, to accept, with generous
and ungrudging confidence, this full, sur
render on the part of those in arms
against your authority, and to share with
them the honor and renown that await
thoite who bring back peace and concord
to jarring States. The war just closed,
with all its sorrows and disasters, has
opened a new career of ,gtory to the na
tion it has saved. lilies swept away the
hostilities of sentiment and, of' interest
which were a standing menace to its
peace. It ha% destroyed the institution
of slavery, always a cause of sectional ag
itation and strife, and has openedto our-
country the way to' Unity ofinterest, of
principle acid ar idiot theofigh all tine
to come. It has develbtsid4n 'both
tions a military capacity—an aptitude for
achievements in war, both by sea and
land, before unknown-even to ourselves,
and destined to exercise hereafter, under
unites] councils, an, important influence
upon the character •and destiny of the
continent and the world.
And while it has thus revealed, disci
plined and , compacted our power, it has
proved to us controversy or
doubt,.by the course pursued toward both
contending factions by foyeign powers,
that we_ must be. the guardians of our
own indeendence; ap,4 that theptiticiPlea
of repub lican Vreedoin reptesCut Can
find among the 631108 . 0 t thi - wilt. 60
friends or defendet:i bat ourselvek.
We call upon yeti, therefore, by every
consideration of your 'own ,dignity and
safety; and in the name of liberty thro'-
out the world, to complete -the work of
restoration and peace which 'the ,Presl;.'
derit of the United States has's° Well be
gnu, aud which the adopted and
the . principles asserted by, the Feeeok.
Cohgress alone obstruct. The time-is
4,105 e at hand when members of a.,110*;
Congress are kite 'elected. If that 4Pittn
gress shall perpetuate thlspolizy, nisi; by
excluding loyaPStot.es and people from
representatick in lie.Halle,
the usurp'ation by ... Whjels the legislative
powers of tkeitiv;ernineut are now, e:or!,
cued,eormxion -- prudettio, - "toMpelentcto
withdrawal' bent:thofiduties-add obliga
tions of the federal giVertitne94interniil
dissension and a general colliiton sea ,
timents and prete4o/040
beii, in astirr wore.fearful sbtlpg i l4
it war from which
We call upon you to interpose your pow
er te,tplpvo4 the moorrense of ao.trans
- Wtrottlrupoiryoillii everrconireseloit
al district of-every-State,— to secure the
election mem bers
itthers, who, whatever other
ailkeViiheea' indr e 4teriFe =their i politi
ealitiatan, shill iutii ih recognizing the
right of every State of the Union to rep
3 a,,CorigretuN and who , will ad
mit Viseits in either branch - everYloyal
representative from every State in allegi
ance to the governinent, who may be
found , by_ea* Hnttee,, in the_ exercise of
00fitilwer coriferied 'upon it by the Con
stitution, to have been duly elected, re
turned and gualified , tbr a seat therein.
Whep„thts khan have been ,done the
been restore' to
its istegrity,. the Constitution the tin i
ted- Ket7n.'' riestablia tied in
itsaupremaey,, and the American Un
ion willlatie become - what it was
designed to be . by those who formed it, a,
seereretti composed! of separate
States, each like itself, moving in a dis
tinct ttntkirOependent sphere,- exercising
powititte - defidga - atieresery ed by a com
mon Constitution, and resting upon the
assent., the confidence and'co-operation of
all *Ale States_ .and alt the people- subject
Thus reorganized and restored to their
Constitutional relations, the States and
'th i c=ral. government can enter in a
fr with a common purpose
and a common interest, upon whatever
reforms, leektirity of personal rights,
the enlargement of popular liberty, and
theperfeation: of :our. republican institu
tions may demand.
To Cook a Husband.
Many good husbands are spoiled in cook
ing; some Tamen keep them in hot water
constantly while others freeze them by
conjugal coolness ; some smother them in
hatred, c t ontention, and variance, and
some keep them in a pickle all their lives.
These women always serve them up•with
tOegne - tattee. Now it cannot be suppos
ed that husbands will be tender and good
it managed in this way ; but, on the con
trary, very delicious whenmanaged as fol
lows : Get a large jar, called the jar of
faithfulness, (all wives keep one on hand,)
put your husband in it, and set him near
the fire of conjugal love; let the fire be
pretty hot, but especially let it be clear,
and above all the rest, be constant; cover
hint with affection, kindness, and subjec
tion, garnished with modest, becoming
familiarity, and spiced with pleasantry,
and ifyou add kisses and other confec
tinnaries, let them be acompanied with a
sufficient portion of secrecy, mixed with
prudence and moderation. We would
advise all good wives to try this recipe,
and realize what an admiraable dish a
husband makes when properly cooked.
OrAmong the amusing incidents on
the night of the fire is one told us by a
friend. A gentleman was endeavoring to
save his books, and was hurrying along
with an armful' of them, while an assist
ant, also carrying a portion of them, pre
ceding in advauce. .AS he went on at a
more rapid rate than his employer could
maintain, the latter called on him to slack
en his pace. Not heeding his call, and
proceeding rapidly out of sigh t,his employ
er dropped his books upon the ground, run
ing up, knocked him down ! He was
determined to enforce discipline, if the
town was burning.—Portland Transcript.
btead Quarters For
Mt .4. 3EL 4 ar _A, I IQ' LS
la,r.g ir acids 4•_ Clotting
An Immensely Large Stock,
Each Department Complete,
And Prices Away Down:
Guttenburg, Rosenbaum & Co.
VlCANAsgsiiti . fitted tip their Store with A splendid
httof Ac Spring Sad. Summer eloodSkthe - meat
of which were bought at auction sales, and at lower
prices than they were for years, while we promise to
sell at prices to suit the closed buyer.
Gaz variety of Goode le complete in every line. Wo
mention a few
DOMESTIC ch, ,COTTON G_OODS,
Linen Gooch, Woolen Goods, and Piece
Goods, Parasol; Comas & Skirt;
Embroideries, Gloves, Hos
ieryt and r
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
Wholesale & Retail,
READY MIDI CIOTIIIN,
And Gents' Famishing Goods. Clothing made to or
der in a superior style.
Wit would request a call of every one to examine our
"iitock, compare prices, ac., feeling confident that our
variety of Goods is by far the largest, style and quality
the best, and prices the lowest of any other establish
ment iwttume - parte.
.1 ,. i
K. /I. trtioAtigg )14046. partu - r.
.• Seatlitsc•NrarlS, ais.
D. W. SEARLE,
Ik.TTORNIrir AT LAW. office over the Store of Z
Cobb. opposite Squip's Hotel, Montrose. Pa.
ay 1, 1866.
BALDWIN, ALLEN, & MITCHELL,
DSALEBS in Flour, Salt, Pork, Fish, Lard, Grain,
Feed, Candles, Clover and Timothy Seed. Also,
Groceries, such as Sugars, -Molasses, Syrups, Tea and
Coffee. West side of PnbliaAvenue. •
Montrose, April 17, 1866.
DR. E. P. HINES,
J 1 AS permanently located at Prlendsville for the nr-
Cl of practicing medicine and surgery in all Its
branches. He may be found at the Jackson House.
Office hours from 8 a. in., to 0 p. m. Janl6tf
Priendarille, Pa:, Jan. Iffiti, 1666.
feta 64tf Auburn 4 Corners, Pa.
M. C. SUTTON,
apl 65tt Prlendeville, Pa.
C. S. GILBERT,
eep7 64tf Groat Band, Pa.
DOCT. E. L. lIANDRICK;
PHYSICIAN 8, SURGEON, respectfully tenders his
professional services to the citizen of Friends
villa and vicinity. IHlr'Office Lathe office of Dr. beet.
Boards at J. Hosford's. ily3o
ri HALER In Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye ,
(/Stuffs, Glass Ware, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Win-
Low Glass, Groceries, Fancy Goods, Jewelry Perin
nem Lte—Azent for all the most popular PATENT
o EDICINES,—Montrose, Pa.
DR. WM. SMITH,
QURGEON DENTlST,—Montrose, Pa.
0011 lee fn Lathrops' new building, over
the Bank. All Dental operations u 111 be "Ifillejek
performed in good style and warranted.
EIASHIONABLE TAILOR, Montrose, Pa. Shop
U one door west of Sbarle's Hotel.
Mr All orders filled promptly. in first-rate style.
Cutting done on short notice, and warranted to tit
WM. W. SMITH,
CABINET AND CHAIR MANUFACTURERS,—row
of Main street, Montrose, Pa. t f
VASHIONABLETAILCIR.—Montrose, Pa. Shop
L.' in Phenix Block, over store of Read, Watrons • :
Ss Poster. All work warranted as to tit and finish.
.11ttIng done on short notice, In beet style. jan'6o lul
RESPECTFULLY announces tharbe Is now pre
pared to cut all kinds of Garments In the most
Fashionable Style, and warranted to lit with elegance
and ease. Shop over 1. N. Bullard's Store, Montrose.
DEALER In Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Crockery,
Hardware, Iron, Stoves, Drags. Oils. and Paints,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Furs, Buffalo Robes,
Groceries, Provisions, New Rilford, Pa.
W.M. H. COOPER & CO.,
BANICERS, Montrose, Pa. Successors to Post,Cooper
& Co. Office, Lathrop's new banding, Turnpike -et.
HIINTTC(O COOFER, REMIT Alta.
A. 0. WARREN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Bounty, Back Pay, Pension,
and Exemption Claims attended to. febl
iff — Otlice first door below Boyd'e Store; Montrose, Pa
ROGERS & ELY,
my 10• Brooklyn, Pa.
STROUD & BROWN,
DIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS. All
r business attended to promptly, on fair terms. Of
fice first door north of " Montrose Hotel." west side of
Public Avenue, Montrose, Pa. (.Tan. 1, ma.
Bustvos &morn, - • CIIARLIN L. Bnowx.
C. 0. FORDFIAM,
BOOT SHOE Dealer and Manufacturer Montrose.
Pa. Shop on Main street, one door below the Poet
°Mee. All kinds or work ..,ade to order, and repairing
done neatly. jani
Da. E. L. BLAKESLEE,
IDITYSICIAN SURGEON, has located at Brooklyn,
Bueq'a co., Pa. Will attend promptly to all calls
with which he may be favored. Office at L. M. Bald
win's. [July 11-1 y
SS Co Ma 30 I 3M PUS;
PENSIONS, BOUNTY, AND
T EIR ;11n7ed w:i ldC. , 1,.. e SE I, D ro A m O p E t AGENT
t o . f liTt
i fl on E f t ) o n a t, i ' i
claims entrusted to his care. Charges low. and infer.
mation FREE. L. F. FITCU.
Montrose, Jan. 14. 1865. If
SLODIERS' BOUNTY ,
And. I- ack Pay !
THBNIITI 1 (.I w e i r ll i s '
v e e d pr L o t m cws p,
on to all clal z m G a?ntrn " ;
ted to his care. No charge =less successful.
Montrose, Aug. 20.'63. J. B. McCOLLUM.
331,54,431:T.. 3pn,- 3 r,
Tto, undersi ed. LICENSED AGENT of the GOY
ERN having obtained the necessary forms,
&,c.. will give prompt attention to all claims intrusted
to his care. No charge unless successful.
GEO. P. LITTLE.
Montrose. June 60.1864.
The Montrose Democrat
Is PUBLISHED EVERT' TUESDAY MORNING, AT MONTROSE
SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY, PA., BY
A. 3131 FL 'Et X S W,
AT $2 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE—OR S2X AT END OP REAR
Business advertisements inserted at $1 per square of
10 lines, three times, and 25cts for each additional week.
Yearly advertisers, with mina] Challgefl, charged $lO
for four squares, quarter column $l5, half column f. 30,
one column $6O, and other amounts in exact proportion.
BtraiilC9B cards of three lines, v.; or one dollar a line.
rir Legal notices at the customary rates.
Job Printing executed neatly and promptly at
Deed., Mortgages, Notes. Justices', Constables',
School and other blanks for sale.
e i s saI•XELS3I : (Oars's. 3Ocslairzi..
NEW MILFORD FOUNDRY!
HEAD OF NAVIGATION.
MBE undersigned having rebuilt hielFoundry, la pro
pared to farni,h •
PLOWS, PLOW POINTS, SAW
MILL GEARING, MOWING
MACHINE. GEARING, •d
each as farmers and others may require. Also,
The Improved Iron. Chimneys.
rp-p_otnadry opposite Elawiey's Store, next to Phin
J. S. TINGLEY & BOW
New Wilford, May 20, 'Mo. si
I:V : :
Spring Arrangements for 1866.
PASSENQER TRAMS LEAVE
WESTWARD. I EASTWARD.
New York... .....
1 I 191,03,0)
W 12 45
The Morning train from New York connects at Ma
nunka Chunk with the train leaving Ph ilad'u(fic net ng
ton depot) at 7,30 - m-,
andat Great Bend v. ith through
mail train on the Erie Railway, with sleeping, car at
tached, stopping, at all the principal Pta [lona on that
road, and arriving at Buffalo at 6,10 a. M.
The Evening trair, from New York connects at Ma
flunks:Chunk with the train leaving Philadelphia (Ken
sington depot) at 3,50 p In.; at Qreat Bend with Night
Express dm the Erie Railway west, arriving st Buffalo
at 1,45 p. tn.
The Morning train from Great Bend connects there
with the Cincinnati Express on the Erie Railway from
the west; atManunka Chunk with a train for Philad'a
and Intermediate stations, arriving In Philadelphia at
6.30 p. m.; and at New Hampton with a train for Easton
Bethlehem, Allentown, Reading and Harrisburg, v
at Harrisburg at 8.30 p. m.
The Evening train trom Great TINA connects , there
with the New York Express on the Erie Railway from
the weet ; at '4 , llllllnm Chunk with a train which runs
to Belvidere, where it line over until ti o'clock next
morning ; and at New Hampton with an Express train
for Easton, Bethlehem, Allentown, Rending and Har
At Scranton, connect ions are made with trains on the
Lackawanna and Bloom sbn re Bit. to and from Pittston
Kingston, Wilkesbarre, Berwick. Bloom sburg,Danville,
Northumberland. Barri:lmre and intermediate stations.
and with trains on the Delaware and II nd4on Railroad
nand from Carbondale and intermediate stations.
WATTS COOKE, Superintendent.
R. A. FIrwRT. Gent Tkt At. jly4 tf
INT 10. 'IC' C.) 11. 30
MINER & COATS
Post's building„ below Boyd's Corner, is the place to
FLOUR, GROCERIES, AHD
CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP!
MINES & COATS
Would Inform the public that they are now opening a
New and Choice Stork of FAMILY GROCERIES, Just
received front New York. n hich they will sell cheap (or
cash, or exchange for all lads of Fartuer'r produce.
We have made arrangement. , with one of the beet
rommistilon flow , ea in New York for t•hipping Flutter
and Produce, and will famish Pails free of charge, and
on coniduntnent• of Butter. Aloe. CASH paid for But
ter, Grain tibd Egge.
A fre,h supply of GARDEN VEGET ABLES, by Ex
press, alway 6 on hand,
tg/'Thankful for the liberal patronage already re
ceived, we hope by dealing honorably with unr Lurturn
era to still further extend our trade.
C. G. MINER, -
Montrose, June 5. 14:11
t:0) C IL I.O.ITED
11 gorse alli i c a m s p owi l sis.
This prey aration,
p t i long and I.,vorahly
known, will thor
Rousd oughly ratuvigorate
(57 broken down and
low -sniri tell horses,
Oml • by strengthening
and cleansing the
rs: stomach and intes
It is a sure pre
remise of all dis
-01 eases incident. to
© TER, HEAVE.
IMF TEMPER, F'
P 2 1 4• VEM, FOUNDI.
l LOSS OF APE ,
TITE AND VIT,
lEN ERG Y, &c. I
yln use improves tl
~, wind, increast
a smooth at
C a l — transforms t h
(41 miserable skeet
To keepora y Cows this preparation Is Invaluable.
'yes the quality
the milk. It has
en proven by ac-
Jai experiment to
acrease the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty per
^nt. and make the
:ter 'Arm and
reef. In fattening
tle, it gives them
it hide, and
:ea them thrive
. In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers in
Per the Lungs, Liver,
• sots as a wpecille.
By putting from
one-half apaper •
toe paper inn
barrel of swill the
•srill be eradicated
or entirely prevented. if given In time, a certain
1 preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for 81.
41 1 S. A. VCITT9CZ Zir., 13110.,
WHOLESALE DIWG AND DTE'DICINE DEPOT,
k mo No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Idd.
For Sale by Druggists and Storakeepor* tbreugh•
out the United States.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
MBE subscriber respectfully Informs the public that
J. he has leased the
of R. C. Clemons, near the Foundry of Sayre Brothers.
Customers Will do well to call, as they can get every
thing done in the Illacksmithbag line neatly and prompt
ly for cash.
Particulgr attention given to 'Horse Shoeing.
EDWARD P. STAMP.
Montrose, Dec. 20, 1865. tf
WHISRERS, MUSTACHES - • •
forced to 'grow on the srnoo
yg thest face in from three to 5
weeks by using Dr- SEXIG-
N E 'S RESTAURATEUR
CAPJLA IRE, the most won- ' r h; •
vlerful divcovery Modern ; if : prfri o ,
--- science, acting on the Beard ' "
and Hair in an almost mirac- 7 "
alone manner. It has been used by the elite of London
and Paris with the most flattering success. Names of
all purchasers are registered, and If entire satisfaction
is notglven in every instance, the money will be cheer
fully refunded, Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, $l.
Descriptive circulars and testimonials nut lied free, Ad
dress MERGER. MUTTS & Chemisie. NO. 28S Riv
er street. Troy. N. Si, Only agents for the United
Bute, myl Ire&pq
REYOIIIII6 HORSE RAKES,
Hand Rakes , Scythes,
Extras for the °hid Moiver,
2E'Mtt. I[7X AS. XL p
WillotiLtby's. and Grifin's Eureka, very
eheap by the dozen.)
2,30 3.10 I .
9.35 3,02 I
7,56 2,20 4
7,15 1.50 I
Hardware, Paints and Oils Glass
and Putty, Lamps, Nails
and Screws, Lead Pipe.
Montrouc, dull• 3, 1813;. tf
A FRESH LOT OF
JUST ARRIVED FOR TILE
tSy:tat - 1.30t.,&-
At WILSON, GRIFFIS & WARNER'S.
c,..: CIAiLS produced by the use ~-.F. • Pi
of Prof D ETingt•x's FRNER •4 , - 1
t'e. LE CREVEAUX. One lip- -;,?,.N. :' : A
lineation warranted to curl , i;i:/,, • ‘1. 1 4?,-".',
the most straight and stub- ~ • i, , ,-
horn hair of either sex into
wavy ringlets or heavy massive curls. Das been used by
the fashionablf`P of Paris and London, with the most
gratifying results. Does no inlury to the hair. Price by
mall, seated and post paid. $l. Descriptive circulars
mailed free. Address BERGER, Slitrlft4 & Co , Chem
isle. No. .285 River street, Troy, N. Y. Only agents for
the United Statcs. myl lycfspq
FOR REMOVING SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.
MO the Ladies eQpecially. this invaluable depilatory
recommends it-.elf as being an almost indispunsable
artich• to female beauty, Is ea,ily applied. and does not
barn or injure the skin. but acts directly on the roots,
ft is warranted to remove superfluous hair from low
forehead.. or from any part of the body, completely, to
tally and radically extirpating the same. leaving the
skin soft. smooth and natural. Thin is the only article
ns.d by the French, and is the only real effectual depil
atory powder in existence. Price $1 per package. sent
poet paid tu any address on receipt of an order, by
BERU:;11, SITFTT 4 ,t Co.. Chemists.
myl lycfspq :1.15 River street, Troy, N.Y.
IVIIITE LIQ1 1 11)
f:/ r lt h n i i n p ,, rl Y v i a n i . , . 11 .0 m ( 1 , i e f i t; i (t g t t p h r e e
p c . o ir m ari l o7 i i o i n i 'nee.
fur :;d% log the skin a heantifol. pearl igke tint, that is
only foui.d ill youth. It quickly remove+ tun. freckles,
pimples. idotches. moth patch t. -allowness, eruptions
and all impurities oi the skim kimily healing the same,
leaving the skin white and clear no alabaster. Its non
cnooot be detected by the closest srrillinr, and being a
preparation is perfectly harmless. It is the
only article of the kind tri cl by the French, and it con
sidered by the Pari.inn no indispensable to a perfect
toilet. epP Ards of Roam bottles ri ere cold during the
past year, a vonicient guarantee of its efficacy. Price
only 75 cts. Mailed. post to id. ,m receipt of an order by
Mk:EWELL, tiSkiliTTS Chemltts,
myl lycf , pq Hireestreet, Troy, N. T.
r• p irc a YEAR We want Agents every
. 9 , )1n cCriere to 11 our IMPROVc,O s'2o Sew.
illg Machines. Three new kinds. Under and ripper
feed. sent on trial. Warranted five years. Above sal
ary or In ri2, crimmiss'on paid. The only machines sold
in the United Suite— , for less than *4O, which are fully
licensed by Howe, Wheeler C Wilson. Grover linker,
Sinner & Co.. and Bachelder. All other cheap machines
are in frinnements. nod the Yeller or user are liable to
arrest, fine and imprisonment. WTI: , rated circular- sent
free. Address. Cr call upon A W X c I.AUK,at Bidde
ford, Maine. or Chi cazo, iinargh y•
. W. R. COATS
Baldwin, 11len, ez
_ - ~-
A ftor retirinz for thirty ,iay4 at "hard lahor." have re
az the old under
the null, aid tir:a of
BALDWIFI, ALLEN Et MEN iIELL,
Flour, Feed, Salt, Pork, Butter, Cheese,
Dried Beef. Haw, Fish, Smoked Hal
ibut, Cub , l/cs, Tr,:, o : free, Spires,
Syrup, Molus. , es, Sugar,
d' Timothy Seed, Flax-seed, Beans,
Brooms, Nails, cfe. eft.
Thankful for pact patronage, we shall be happy to see
and wilit upon our old and new customers.
All Good, and Flour warranted.
A. BALDWIN. W. 1.. ALLEN. S. N. MITCHELL.
Montrose. April 10, Istw,
t , / ‘ () l‘J V e 1 ( 1 ! . w Just nut. anteddrTsr,
City Building.. ' llicitlefird, Me. tvuntly•
-WILL immediately relieve, withont pain, all distur
bances of the peritabc dischnrge, whether arising
from relit xati(lll or suppression. They net like acharm
in Trance ng the pains ihnt accent pa ity difficult or im
moderate menstruation, and are the only Snfe and reli
able remedy for Flushes, Sick I ache, Pains in the
Loins, Bach and tittles, Palpitation of the Heart, Nor
voila Tremors, Hysterics, `pants. Broken Sleep, and
other unpleasant nod dangerous effects of an unnatural
condition of the sexual fnuctlODP. In the worst cases
of Fluor Albns or Whites, they effect a speedy cure.
Dr. Cheeseman's Female Pills
Are the only medicine that married and single ladles
have relied on for many
,years, or can rely upon now.—
BEWACE OP I3IITATIONS 1 These Pills form the finest
prepatat lon ever pet forward, with immediate and per
sistent success, DON'T BE DECEIVED. Take this
advertisement to your Drimgist, and tell him that you
want the hest and most reliable Female Medicine in
the world, which is comprised In
Dr• Cheeseman's Female Fills !
They have received, and Pre now receiving the cane.
non nithe meet eminent Amerha.
Explicit Directions with each box—the Price, One
Dollar per box', containing. from 50 to 00 Pills,
Pills smithy mail, promptly, by remitting the price
to the Proprietors, or any authorized agent, in current
Sold by Druggists Generally.
rutrrctincos & ITILLYER, Proprietors!,
2 Dey street, IS en , York.
A BEL TERRELL, Whulee ale and Eutall Agent
for Montrose and vicinity.
Oct. 31. comly
$2OO O A YEAR made by any one
with $l5. Stencil Tools. No experience
necessary. The Presidents, cashiers and treasurers or
S Banks endorse the circular. Forwarded free with
samples. Address the American Stencil Tool Works,
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD.
PREFERRED by all practical pall:dere I Try it, and
you will have no other.
Manufactured only by ZTEGLER BMITIT,
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers,.
Jan.") ly 131 North 3d street, Plillad'a.
BOYD & convars
RAVE FOR , BALE
By the dozen of las. quantity. Also
, C' X3...a. OS; •I'M Ma Ma ..a....rty 13
- INTow• r"l3ralcx.
1101 , _ . POR .siv. T. Aff t ,ToFEMALES
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CRANE, HOWELL' :00;,'
RE now receiving a large and vrell - selWedatrkOof
new goods, consisting In part of choice Ze coinhen
FLOUR.' i .---
DAIRY SALT, -
SUGAR, TABLES ALT, • r
- . SYRUP, BSI'S ALT, f.
MOLASSES, . • . CANDLES. +
' ' ' CHOICE TEAS, , BRUSHES,
COFFEE ' ' rbt, &A
S pICkS, kt.
FRUITS ' HALLS,' ' ,' • t
PORk, WOODEN-W A RE,
LARD, . BROOMS;
. and in fact a choice vaTicty,of 411 kinds .ot
GROCERIES & PROVISIONB
which we are bound to sell wholesale or reitalti
cheap for cash or ready pay:
Call and see before .buying elsewhere for we Leis
pleasure In Elb ovine our geode, whether jhu buy oriel,
ALL KINDS OF PR ODUCE
taken in exchange for Goods atthe best market print%
11 — Shop in basement of Boyd's building neat below .
Also, Meat Market Adjoining,
Where Fresh Meats and Fish of all kinds are kept for
0. M. CRANE. JOHN HOWELL. P. T. FERGERSON
Aloutroee, May 1, 1866
Manhood: How Lost, How Re.
JUST pith lolled. a new edition of Dr. Craver.
•P well's Celebrated Essay on the radical an,
(without medicine) of ISPERNATMIRHOEA, or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotency,
Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impedimenta to gm-
Huge, etc.; also. Consumption, Epilepsy. and Fits, In.
dared by self indulgence or sexual extravagance.
112 F r -Price. In a sealed envelope only 6 cents.
The celebrated author in this arimirabte essay clearly
demonstrates, from a thirty years' succeesfhl practice,
that the alarming consegnences of self-abuse may be
radically cared without the dangerous nor of internal
medicine or the application of the knife—pointing out
:, mode ofenre at once simple, certain and effectual, by
means of which every sufferer, no matter what his con
ditiou may be. may cure himself cheaply, privately and
CJ - This Lecture should he In the hands of every
youth nnti every men In the land.
Sent. under aeal, in a plain envelope, to any addreram
poet paid, on receipt of 41x mute, or two post stamp,.
Addreas the publishers.
(1.1 AS. J. C. KLINE k,
Id 7 Bowery, New York, Post OMeo box 4,588.
Peace & Peace. Prices
Large Lines of Prices conquered & Reduced
Mi. 33 1.1.1•1° t t
le now reve_ir'ng, fur Sprine Supplies, new and largo
Dry Goods, Groceries ,
STOVES, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
Pai Lamp and Linseed Oils, Ben
zole, Curpeiings, Floor Oil Chas,
Wall Paper, Window Shades,
11,th, & Copy, Brth( & Shoes, Clucks,
Ineinding., PIP usual, full varieties of the most olt
styles of LADIES' ESS ' G ODS. SHA WLS,
It °AWE TS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS,
whieh he sill sell on the most favorable terms to
CASH, PIIO4L - Cli, or to Prompt Time Buyers.
Flour & Salt on .hand as uswiL
NEW ILFORD, Jute, 1t,115.
HUNT BROTHERS ,
X1_496-Dr4' C:2) ZIT Paa.,
Wholesale .t lktail Dealers In
1111,7 - pmvA 2,2 9
STEEL, NAILS ,
MINE R. 4 IL. POIWTERSUNE cf- 7' RAIL SPINES
RAILROAD d MINING SUPPLIES.
CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES, SKEINS L'iD
80-ES, ROL rs NTTS and WASHERS,
PLATED BANDS. MALLEABLE
IRON'? HUBS. SPORES,
FELL OE, SEAT SPINDLES. BOWS, de
ANVILS. VICES, STOCKS and DIES. BELLOWS
HAMMERS. SLEDGES. FILES. Re. Re.
CIRCULAR AND MILL SAWS. BOLTING, PACKING
TAcKLE BLOCKS, PLASTER PARIS
CEMENT, HAIR & GRINDSTONES.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS. LEATHER & FENDESIRS
Scranton. March 24, 180. I y
Lackawanna & Bloomsburg R. B.
Oq and after November 27, 1865, passenger tralas
will run as follows:
A. X. A. X. T. g.
Leave Scranton, 5:50 10:50 4io
" Kingston, 6:55 11:15 110
" Rupert. . 9:15 Ec33
" Danville, 9:50 9:30
Arrive at Northumberland, 10:30 MI
Leave Northemberirnd, 9:04 '-., 119
" Danville, 840 1 5:40
" lin pert . 9:15 A.M. k 4:11„
Kingston, 2:35 • 8:50 • 1 . 0 1
Arrive at Scranton, 9:45 9:35 3:10
PAseengt•ra talk Inc train south from Perattou at Ha
m. via Northumberland, rea , h RarriAburg at 12:30 p.
m.; Fmttlm.wrc 5:30 p. Washington 10:00p. m 4 rrllaa
Rupert reach Philadelphia at 7:00 p. m.
Kingston, Nov. 25. B. A. FONDA, Supt.
1011 - OWAIID Assoclatlon,Pb Lindelpbta, Ta
Diseases of the Nervous, Senilval, Urinary and-set
nal systems—new and reliable treatment—ln Reporlsot
the fIOWARD ASSOCIATION. Pent by mall In sealed
I etzur envelo_pes, free of charge. AddretsDr.J. Slnrxis
110170IITON, Howard Association, No 2 South 9th Mott
lIANGE of hours, commencingMonday.thAY 9 4 4 :
1866. ['rains will leave Great Bend, Pa.., at aboattbk
following hours, viz :
C; oiag liniroart.
8.05 a. m. Night Express, Mondays excOptcd, WED'
chester, Buffalo, Salamanca and Dunkirk making di'
rect co:inection with trains of the Atlantic andaus t
Western, Dike Shore and Grand Trunk Railways. for
all points West ; also at Binghamton far HIM P g ' t
at Owego for Ithaca, and at Elmira for Canariegalaw
3,46 a. m. ' Lightning' 'Express, 'Daily, for Roche
Buffalo. Salarnanca,..Dunknir, and the West,.;Stnio ,
at Great Bend on Mondays I !I
5 , 27 a. m. Mail Train, Swig:till§ excepted, fin nniftic!
11.23 a. m. Emigrant Train, Dap, fOrthoWeeL
3.311 IL in. Day Express, Sundays ,exceptetl, for Eo-
Chester. Buffalo, Salamanca, Dunkirk, and tee West.
Connects at Binghamtomfor, Synictis's at ;Owego to
Ithaca; at Elmira for Canandaigua, • Wigan°
with the Atlantic and Great Wegtern i ttailWay, and at
Buffalo with the Lake Shore and Grand Trunk AO,
ways, for all points West and South.
7. 52 p. m. express Mail. sandayeexcepted, for BMW
•10, Salamanca, and Dunkirk, connectin^irltk.o ol4
for the West.
6.56 a. m. Cincitiniti ilxprelro, MondiVe
sr Lackairaxen.for Hawley, and litOrtiycOurefOr
burg and Warwick. . . 1 ,• ,-
1.48 p. m. Day Express, Bandays exespted„
9.11 p. in. New 'York and DaltimoreAtaiLbutidir e ' .
3.0 a. m. Night Expressi_Daily,:.connecting WO*
court for Waritick. ".
• " • 'li. RIDDLE. Gen't NM* To*.
WM, R. BARR, Gen') Passenger Agent.