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ministration • • ers si alra wereLnific
longer witbhilidicin the Southern States,
a feeling - of indifference Would spring up
toward Wittig "atly .. pnit in - filling Vedifal
offices - , and storeparticularly toward To..
fitting .their seats in Congress—that the
people, imfact, would stay away from - the
pulls, and allow the election to go by de
fault, to the great detriment of the coun
try at large. This feeling of indifference,
indeed, is already manifesting itself; and
is rapidly increasin g , so much so that
were it not fora tew persons in each
Southern State who have found it
awry for their existence to live upon, ilia
hold office, and whose haunts and 'occu
pations have hizherto been at the Federal
capital, I do not believe that any clamor
for representa ion would be heard.
What needed to restore harmony and
prosperity to the entire country, both
North and South, is closer and better ac
quaintance with each other. I have been
astonished to notice how little people,
even Whose social relations are all South
em, kne4 , of the true state of feeling in
that section of the country. We need
greater political, social and commercial
freedom, more frequent intercourse, and
a kinder appreciation of each others' pe
culiarities. The advantages to the coun
try in its present financial stress of a re
union of heart and sentiment would be
beyond enumeration. The broad lands
of the fertile South are new lying almost
in waste for want of means and capital
to cultivate them, when every acre of the
benificent soil might be a gold mine to its
possessor were the political relations of
the people better understood and acted
I have the honor to be, your most obe
dient servant, GORDON GRANGER.
Brevet Major General, U. S. A.
Radical Riot in Indiana.
A correspondent of the N. Y. World,
writing from Indianapolis on August 29,
states that a state of affairs bordering on
civil war exists in the county of Hen
dricks. At Danville last Saturday the
Radicals attempted to break up a Demo
cratic meeting, and a riot occurred, in
which stones, clubs, pistols, guns, and
knives were used. Several men were
wounded, some of whom are said to have
On Sunday night, in the little town of
Amo, Hen& ickS colinty, a Mob of about
one hundred Radicals, headed by an old
man named Edwards, surrounded the
house of a man named Victor Trousell,
the only Democrat s in the place, and
threatening demonstrations were made,
Mr. Trousell and his wife stood in the
door and defied the mob. Some of them
drew revolvers and threatened to shoot
Mrs. Trousell and her little daughter. On
Monday night Mr. Trousell's house was
again stoned. Ile had no connection
with the Danville riot,. and has always
been a peaceable citizen. The only objec
tion to him is that he supported Preiitleut
Johnson, hnd is the only'national man in
the p:aec, and it is feared by the Radicals
that be will be appointed pes,tpaster.
One of the means used by the Radicals
of the North to keep alive feelings of
hostility between the sections is a species •
of correspondence, real or imaginary,'
from the afflicted South. These corn
pounds of falsehood; malice' and hate, are,
daily to be seen in the columns of din
leading Radical journals. Each event in
the Southern States that can be tortured
into a political bearing is seized hold of
with avidity by these hired scribblers.—;
They misstate facts and circumstances, if
they give them at all ; impute improper
motives toparties i _and . thus_ mislead the
d w 4.4t.. - reli de — a . - tear
condition- of things in the late revolted
States. If a negro is properly punished'
for an infraction of law or order, this fact
is so discolored as to take the shape of a
wanton _and unprovoked outrage, and
chronicled to the world with an nirnsual
display of bead-lines. If a drunken brawl
takes place in the streets of a Southern
city, it is magnified into an outbreak of
Southern hostility to the Union, and giv- -
en as evidence of the unfitness of the peo
ple to assume their practical political re
lations with the citizens of the other
States. In this way, the readers of Rad
ical papers are kept in ignorance of the
true condition of affairs in the South, and
rendered unfit to discharge their duties
at the polls in a manner becoming an in
telligent citizen of this Republic.
The late riots in New Orleans have
been misrepresented in a most scandalous
manner by this class of letter-writers and
the Issue Fairly Stated.
The Pittsburg Republic, (Republican)
asks its disunion cotemporary the follow
ing knotty questions:
And now we ask the editor of the
Commercial what , platform he has to offer
the people? Is it not the one which he
himself has distinctly repudiated, i. e.,
negro suffrage? Is it not the Report of
the Reconstrunction Committee now pro-
posed as amendments to the Constitution ?
And, do not those proposed amendments
ignore the old platforms of the Republi
can party ? Du they not propose negro
suffrage under a penalty ? Do they not
say to the several States, if you do not
allow the negro to vote, ho shall not be
counted in the basis of representation ?
That if Pennsylvania will not allow the
negro to vote, she will lose one member
of Congress on wool= t of her, refusal?
Does not the editor_ of the Commercial
know that the very essence, the kernel
of Radicalism is negro suffrage? -
"Elus he not rear} the, repeated asser
tions or all Radicals, front `Stiinner anti
Stevens down to Forney and Thouiai
Williams, that the end, aim, object awl
purpose of Radicalism is to compel the
States to give the ballot to the negro? Does
be pot, k - ao , rthg the Oflry :rnotpert,tr that
preluded Johnstin gaviiit_ttS his Opinion
that the question of suffrage was one
that belonged exclusively to the several
States to determine for themselves—that
at that moment he was denounced by the
Radical press all over the country as a
traitor to his party., , and scouted as un
worthy of those who had elevated him to
power? Will the editor of the Commer
cial tell us distinctly and unequivocally
whether he agrees with that opinion of
the President or not? Whether he is, or
is not in favor of the people of Pennsyl
vania havink the right, to dete - imine who
shall wield her political power and cast
her ballots ?—and whether he thinks that
if somebody of of Pennsylvania, no
matter who, can dictate to her whom she
shall allow to vote or not to vote—that,
in that case, Penue-y1 vania would be a free
State P and what the difference - is between
dictating to her who shall vote and who
shall be elected?" • -
Grant, Stanton and Lincoln.
Whin GiiinVivitts about to leave Wash
ington to enter upon that sublime cam
paign which began those terrible battles
in the Wilderness, and closed with the
capture of RiChmond•and the total over
throw of the rebellion, he called upon
Secretary Stanton to say good-bye. The
Secretary was anxiously awaiting him.—
During the two and a half years that the
President and Secretary of War had man
aged the Federal armies, it was the first
point in their plans to keep Washington
heavily garrisoned with troops. Large
bodies of men were stationed in the forti
fications around the city, and other large
bodies were kept within supporting dis
tance. Now that Grant had come into
power, Stanton wished t o , see that the de
fence of Washington was not overlook'd.
Accordingly, after a few preliminaries,
the Secretary remarked :
" Well, general, I suppose you have
left us enough men to strongly garrison
the forts ?"
"No," said Grant, coolly. "I can't
"Why not ?" cried Stanton, jumping
nervously about. " Why not, 1 general?
Why not ?"
" Because I have already sent the men
to the front," replied Grant, calmly.
"That won't do," said Stanton, more
nervously than before. "L.'s contrary to
my plans. I can't allow it. I'll order the
" I shall need the men there," answered
the Lieutenant-General, "and you can't
order them back."
" Why not?" inquired Stanton again.
" Why not? Why not ?"
" I believe that I rank the Secretaiyqa
this matter," was the quiet reply.
" Very well," said Mr. Stanton, a little
warmly, " we'll see the President about
that: have, tcr, take yo tp gip Prpai;
deit:/?; ; 4 • 1 , •
''‘‘That'S' right," 'Fiolititly 7 Ob'seiveil the
general. "The President ranks us both."
Arrived at the White House,. Grant
and the Se6retat'y asked to see the Presi
dent upon important business, and in few
minutes good,-natured facq ofMr. Lin
" Well, gentlemen," said he
.. ,with a
genial What! dq y r oli ,w with
" General," said Stanton, stiffly, "state
" I have no case to state," replied
Grant. " I ain• ratified as it, is." Thus
outflanking JASecret'ary, and, tii4piaaktig
the same 'sikategy in Aiplornaci.tbat be
did in war.
" Well, well," said the President,laugh
ing, " state your case, Mr. Secretary."
M Maim!" o lidyed - .71 Gen. , Grant 'said
nothing: 'the President listened atten
tively. When the Secretary had conclu
ded, Mr. Lincoln crossed his legs, rested
his elbow on his knee, twinkled his eyes,
and quaintly said :
" Now, Secretary, you know we have
been trying to manage, .thisrmi fog_npar
thrde 'ydars, and you know weirairen't
done much with it. We sent over the
mountain and brought Mr. Grant, as Mrs.
Grant naps hint, to manage it,,for us, and
now I guess we had betterlet Mr. Grant
have his own way."
From this decision there was no appeal.
So Gen. Grant went to the front, and Mr.
Stanton went back to his office.—Hours at
Wanted to Know if he was Dead.
Scene: Office of a morning newspa
per. Enter a Gentian, much the worse
for an overnight spree. Thus to the clerk
at the counter :
"If you blease, sir, I wants de baper
mit dis mornings. One vot hash de names
of de beeblee vet cbolr3takillsmll ! de vile."
He was handed a paper, and after look
ing over it in a confused way, said:
" Will you pe so good as to read de
names what don't have de cholera any
more too soon shust now, and see if liarl
Geinsenkoopenoffen hash got 'em !"
The clerk read the list, the Teuton lis
tening with trembling attention, wiping
the perspiration from his brow mean
while, iu great excitement. When the
list was comfileted,. the Teuron's face
brightened up, and he exclaimed:
" You don't find 'em ?"
Clerk—" No such name there, sir."
Teuton (seizing him warmly by the
hand) - 7 ", This ish nice—this is some funs;
that ish'iny names. I pig trunk ash nevi
er vas, and, py tam 7 I vas gone mit to
cholera,andn't khowii it. Mine Got I
i rat i _:llMlMt.&llWilig
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VtORTY different arylee, adapted-to 'feared and been -
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Illustrated CAtalomea free. Address, MASON & LIAM
LIN, Boston, or MASON BROTHERS, New York.
!Sept,. 2, ISS:)-" -1 yemp
. 5 114 i . 10'
k A 111, •
kir E. REMINGTON & SON,
••s, l s manufacturers of REVOLVERS, EIFLES,
16,OSRETS ana CARMES for the United
States Service. Also, Pocket and Belt Revol
vers, Repeating Pistols, Rifle Canes, Revolving Rifles,
rifle andshot gun barrels and gun materials Bold by gun
dealers and the trade generally.
In these duo of llouseZreaking and RaMery, every
House, Store, Bank and ere should hare one of
Parties desiring to avail themselves of the late im
provements in Pistols, and superior workmanship and
form, will find all combined in the new
Circulars, containing cute and description of our
Arms, will be furnished upon application.
ap10.31 E. REMIbZO - TON SONS, Ilion, N. Y.
New Skirt for 1866.
The Great Invention of the Age in
J. W. BRADLEY'S New Patent DUPLEX (double)
ELLIPTIC SPRING SKIRT.
MIMS Invention consists of Duplex [or two) Elliptic
1. Pure Refined Steel Springs, ingeniously braided
tightly and firmly together, edge to edge, making the
toughest, most flexible, elastic and durable spring ever
used. They seldom break or bend, like the single spring
and consequently preserve their perfect and beautiful
shape more than twice as long as any single spring
skirt that ev, r has or can be made.
The wonderful flexibility, great comfort and pleasure
to any lady wearing the IMplex Elliptic Skirt w ill be
experienced particularly in all crowded assemblies, Op
eras, carriages, railroad cars, church pews, arm chairs.
for promenade and house dress, as the skirt can be folded
when in use to occupy a small place as easily and con
veniently as a silk or muslin dress.
A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort and great
convenience of wearing tho duplex elliptic steel spring
skirt for a single day will never afterwards willingly
dispense with their use. For children, misses and
young ladles they are superior to all others.
The Hoops are covered with 2 ply double twisted
thread and will wear twice as long as the single yarn
covering which is used on all single steel hoop skirts.
The three bottom rods on every skirt are also double
steel, and twice or doable covered to prevent the cover
ing from wearing off the rods when dragging down
stairs, stone steps, etc., etc., which they are constantly
subject to when in use.
All are made or the new and elegant corded tapes, and
are the best quality in every part, giving to the wearer
the most graceful and perfect shape possible, and are
unquestionably the lightest most desirable, comfortable
anc economical skirt ever made.
WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY,
Proprietors of the Invention, and sole mannfactnrers.
Chambers, and 79 SI Reade streets, N. Y.
For sale In all tlr4t.elass stores in this city, and thro'
out the United States and Canada. Havana de Cuba.
Mexico, South America, and the West Indies.
nrlnquire for the Duplex Elliptic (or
double) Spring Skirt. ily3l 3111
The Montrose Democrat
IS PURI-ISM:I) EVERT TUESDAY MORNING, AT MONTROSE.
SUSQUEHANNA COUNTT, PA., TIT
.41.• "E "rit. r/I IV',
AT V 2 PER AN - NUTI TN ADVANCE-OR VX AT P...XDOF TEAR
Bnsiness advertisements inserted at $1 per square of
10 lines, three times, and 25cts for each addit lonal week.
Yearly advertisers, with usual changes, charged $lO
for four squares, quarter column $l3, half column $3O,
one column $OO, and otter amounts in exact proportion.
Business cards of three lines, $3; or one dollar a line.
pe — Legal I notices nt the customary rates.
Job Printinz executed neatly and promptly at
Deed's, Nortzottes, Notes, Justices', Constables',
School and other blanks for sale.
i rerZEILSSO : C4*.4332. Down.
NEW MILFORD FOUNDRY!
HEAD 'OF NAVIGATION.
THE undersigned having rebuilt his: Foundry, Is pre
pared to furnish
PLOWS, PLOTV POINTS, SAW
MILL GEARING, 'MOWING
MACHINE GEARING, &
such as farmers and others may require. Also,
The Improved Iron Chimneys.
r":"Toundry opposite Hawley's Store, next to Ph n
J. S. TINGLEY & SON
New Milford, May 2n, 1866. tf
33.aoir„...1Pvti s r,
THE undersigned, LICENSED AGENT of the GOV
ERNMENT, 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 6th, 1664.
PENSIONS, BOUNTY, AND
1E ? ° ( -
EROm4lvepromp. attention o:
claims entrusted to his care. Charges low, and infor
mation FREE. L. F. FITCH.
Montrose, Jan. 14, 1865. tf
And Back Pay !
T lTundrsiedLic 7 S
f D r ° l; rll( i ' T ml : ZTAllgepom aienontoa;lallrnruu
ted to hie care. No churge unless successful.
Montrose, Aug. 20.'63. J. B. 31cCOLLITN.
DR. E. L. GARDNER,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Montrose, Pa. Gives
especial attention to diseases of the Heart and
Lange and all Surgical diseases. Office over the Post
Office. Boards at Searle's Hotel. [Sept. 4, 1865.
pURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD,-
the whitest, the moet durable, the moet economical.
Try it! Manufactured only by ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers,
Jana() ly 137 North ad street, Phllad'a.
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD
W ILL do more and better work at a given cost, than
TY an other. Try It
Manufactured only by ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint, and Glass Dealers,
Jana° 1y 137 North 8d street, Philad'a.
WEBB & BUTTERFIELD
Are now receiving their New Stock of
ci)prang & (summer
Clo Clio Yr)
which will be sold
3 E g. COWIL 404 eLgSZIEs
Summer Dress Goods, Silks, Grenadines,
Challies Printed Cambrics, Lawns,
Muslin; Prints, Delaines,
Poplins, Hats & Caps,
Groceries, Crockry, Hardware, &c. &c.
WEBB & DUTTERP'IELD.
Muntruee, 31uy 19, lbbti
DELAWARE LACKAWANNA &
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Spring Arrangements for 1866.
PASSENGER. TRAINS LEAVE
WESTW A RD
Morning Evening I Morning Evening
train, train. STATIONS, train, train.
A. 111. P. 111. P. 191. P. ..
9 9,00 4,00 New York 5,20 10,35
11,30 7,05 New Hampton 1 2,30 8,10 7,
012,15 7,59 Manunka Chunk .... 1,:39 9,'25 V.
12 45 8,20 Delaware I 1,30 7,2 A
4,30 10,25 Scranton 9,45 4,10 .
C 1 5,361 11,31 Nicholson ~ 8,80 3,1:r.2 ~
a 5,58 11,53 Hopbottom 8,18 2,47 s
6,:N1 12,15 Montrose.... ...... .. 7,55 2,56 04
n 6 ' 41 12,36 New Milford 7 34 2,07
a 7.00 1 12,55 Great Bend 7,15 1.50
- 4, P.M. A. M A.M. P M ,
The Mot ning train from New York connects at Ma
nunka Chunk with the train leaving Philad'a(Kensing
ton depot) at 730 a. m., and at Gr eat Bend with through
mail train on the Erie Railway, with sleeping car at
tached, stopping at all the principal stations on that
road, and arriving, at Buffalo at 6,10 a. in.
The Evening train from New York connects at Ma
nunka Chunk with the train leaving Philadelphia (Ken
sington depot) at 3,30 p. m.: at Great Bend with Night
Express on the Erie Railway west, arriving at Buffalo
at 1,45 p. m.
The Morning train from Great Bend connects there
with the Cincinnati Express on the Erie Rails, ay from
the west ; at 3fanunka Chunk with a train for Philad'a
and intermediate stations, arriving in Philadelphia at
11.30 p. in.; and at New Hampton with a train for Easton
Bethlehem, Allentown, Reading and Harrisburg, arri v
at Harrisburg at 8.30 p. m.
The Evening train from Great Bend connects there
with the New York Express on the Erie Railway from
the west ; at Manunka Chunk with a train which runs
to Belvidere, where it lies over until 6 o'clock next
morning; and at New Hampton with an Express train
for Easton, Bethlehem, Allentown, Reading and Har
At Scranton, connect ions are made with trains on the
Lackawanna and Bloomsburg R.R. to and from Pittston
Kingston, Wilkesharre, Berwick. Bloomsburg,Danville,
Northumberland, Harrisburg and iu termediate stations.
and with trains on the Delaware and Hudson Railroad
nand front Carbondale and intermediate stations.
WATTS COOKE, Superintendent.
R. A. linnwr, Gcnl Tkt Agt_ jly4 tf
MINER & COATS
Post's building, below Boyd's Corner, is the place to
FLOOR, GROCERIES, AND
CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP!
MINER Sc COATS
Would inform the public that they are now opening a
New and Choke Stock of FAMILY GROCERIES, Diet
received from New York, which they will sell cheap for
cash, or exchange for all kinds of Farmer's produce.
We have made arrangements with one of the beet
Commission fences in New York fur shipping Butter
and Produce, and will furnish Pails free &charge, and
on consignments of Butter. Also, CASH paid for But
ter, Grain and Eggs. •
A tret.h supply of GARDEN VEGET 9.DLES, by Ex
preEs, alwayn on hand.
r 4 ,s — Thankful for the liberal patronarre already to
coked, we hope by dialling honorably with our custom
ers to still further extend our trade.
C. O. MINER, . - . . W. R. COATS
Montrver, June L. 1900. Sm
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LOSS OF APF
'ME A ND VIT.
© ENERGY, &c.
TD, nse improves I
clg the appetite-O
a smooth h
Cril transforms t
To keepers of Cows this preparation is invaluable.
-""'•- ^^ 4 improves the quality
of the milk. It has
been proven by ac
tual experiment to
increase the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty per
cent, and make the
butter firm and
sweet. In fattening
cattle, it gives them
an appetite, loosens
their hide, and
•makes them thrive
plel mach taster.
M In all diseases of Swine, each as Coughs, Ulcers in
Nor the Lungs, Liver, •. ••;-,..":. •:'::.
&e., this article
... / 4.,.. -- .i,•-•:';'3••..An• •
• acts as a specific. . ... ..:mt` , •: - %,•, ,, ."••••• ..
By putting from ...,e,it,••'%'.. tc: -'`‘- '• • . '
ton one-half a paper
paper in a
barrel of swill the - )
a t , • =;---
_ 7, -
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will be eradicated
or entirely prevented. If given In time, a certain
preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
c Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for SL
S. A. VCOU'rZ eST,
O • m TrIT7TTI
WHOLESALE DECO AND MEDICINE DEPOT.
t ags No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, BEd.
For Sale by Druggists and Storekeeper• through.
o gt out the United States.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
THhE e t h Th sl scriT ti fespectfully informs the public that
of If. C. Clemons, near the Foundry of 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.
Mr - Particular attention given to Horse Shoeing.
EDWARD P. STAMP.
Montreac, Dec. 26, MS. tf
...,‘ WHISKERS MUSTACHES
ii"`' :: ' ,l ,;J. forced to groin , ou the smoo- :,'"' 2 4 3
A theist face In from three to 6 ....tk.'
4 7.0 weeks by using Dr, SEV [G. ) ' '''
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i.4.,.,.'., CAPILA IR E, the moet won- 11" 7 . - i.„5" ,
0..... p... derful discovery in modern ~,„-iiii;i', .
~, . - . 5' ' science, acting on the Beard -, ;:ii•4 '
, i' and Hair in en almost mirac- -.
ulous manner, It has been used by the elite of London
and Paris with the most flattering success. Names of
all parchascra arc registered, end if entire eatisfaction
Is not given in every instance, the Money will be cheer
fully refunded, Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, $l.
Deeertptive circulars and testimonials mailed free. Ad
dress BERGER, MITTS & Co:. Chemists, No. 285 Rte.
er street, Troy. N. Y. Only agents fur the United
State. inyl lYcillni
BOYD dip CO** MI,
!AWE *on '
Bythe dozen or lees quantity. Also
Mind Rakes, Scythes, &Laths,
Eitras for the Ohio , Mower,
(Mine's, Willoughby's. and Griffin's Eureka, very
cheap by the dozen.)
Hardware, Paints and Oils, Glass
and Putty, Lamps, Nails
and Screws, Lead Pipe.
Montrose, July 3, 1806. tt
A FRESH LOT OF
JUST ARRIVED FOR THE
At WILSON, GRIFFIS & WARNER'S.
I)1. AXTY.—Auburn OW-
~ ,,i ,
e Al den, Flaxen, and Silken :, t,
~ 4 4 CURLS produced by the use ~,1- --- -..:
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a E p lt . 4
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,3 ,4 I)lication warranted to curl "1 , 1,. . if,‘ : '
~,,0 -....:„1, 4 the most straight and stub- t . ,:n
- , born hair of either sex into 4
wavy ringlets or heavy massive curls. Ras beenused by
the faehionables of Perle and London. with the most
gratifying results. Does no inlury to the hair. Price by
mail, sealed and post paid- $l. Descriptive circulars
mailed free. Address BERGER, MUTTS t Co.. Chem
tete, No. 285 River street, Troy, N. Y. Only agents for
the United States. myl lycfspq
C 3EICAL ES "I'3ELT-B Xs .41.-re.' El
FOR REdOVING SUPERFLUOUS
MO 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 the roots.
It is warranted to remove superfluous flair 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
used by the French. and is the only real effectual depil
atory powder in existence. Price $1 per package. sent
port paid to any address. on receipt of an order. by
Bennett, Sours t Co., Chemists,
myl lycfspq River street, Troy, N.Y.
f 0 13.9.13 %%EL 3ra AL 3FI. ' E 3
WHITE LIQUID ENAMEL,
F"Piii.mniP„r,.°,vviTuaahnlde Beautifying t l e fr e f theco
for giving the skin a beant Iral. pearil.like tint, that Is
only found in youth. It quickly removes tun. freckles,
pimples. blotches, moth patch e, sallowneee, eruptions
and all Impurities or the skin, kindly healing the same.
leav ill!! the skin white and clear alabaster. Its use
1:11 n hot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless. 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 :30,000 bottles were sold during the
past year, a eufficient guarantee of its e ffi cacy. Price
only 75 cis. Mailed. post paid. on receipt of an order by
BERUEIt, Sri urrs &CO.. Chemists.
myl Iyrf. pri 253 River street, Troy, N. Y.
PER YEAR ! We want Agents every
where to seltourIMPROV r.l) $2O Sew
ing Machines. Three new kinds. Under and upper
feed. Sent on trial. Wartuntedllee years. AhOVC sal
ary or large CO minis-ions paid. The only machines sold
in the 'United State 4 for less than $4O. which are filly
licensed by. Howe, Wheeler & Wilson. Grover & Baker,
Singer & Co., and atchelder. All other cheap machines
are infringements, and the seller or riser are liable to
arrest, flue uud imprisonment. Illustrated circulars sent
free. Address, or cull upon SHAW & (TARE, at Bidde
ford, Maine, or Chicago, [ma reli y.
1k,1" e Nnr Pii.r320,..
Baldwin, Allen, & Mitchell.
13.42L1.a1:31iNT1N es -ELI-al-BMW
After retiring for thirty dap.. at '• hard labor," have re
turned buAinet , s at the old clued, under
the name and firm of
long and favorably
known, will thor
tow-spirt ted horses,
and cleansing the
stomach and intes
It is a sure pre-
BALDWIN, ALLEN & DIITCHELL,
Flour, Feed, Salt, Pork, Butter, Cheese,
Dried Beef, Hums, Fish, Smoked Hal
ibut, Candles, Tea, Catrec,, Spires,
Syrup, Molasses, Sugar,
Clover d: Timothy Sced, Flax-seed, Beans,
Brooms+, Nails, dc. et-C.
Thankful for past patronage, we Phan be happy to seta
and wal t upon our old and new customers.
All Goode and Flour warranted.
A. BALDWIN. W. L. ALLEN. B. N. MITCHELL.
Montroec, April 10,10 i
a:lnn A .MONTII ! Agents wanted for six entirely
fP oty new articles, just out. Address 0. T. GA.
RBI', City Building, Biddeford, Me. (rnaVily,
(ii• ir k i -, -,-; -.>\
j k PILLSY
W lLL ne lm e :ri o e f dttely per r i 1. 0 1
( 1 1 ! e N.
sc •i h t a h r o g u e t
from relaxation or suppression. They act like acharm
in removing the pains that accompany difficult or im
moderate menstruation, and are the only safe and reli
able remedy for Flushes. Sick i!em ache, Pains in the
Loins, Back and Sides, Palpitation of the /kart, 'Ner
vous Tremors, Hysterics, Spasms. Broken Sleep. and
other unpleasant and dangerous effects of an unnatural
condition of the sexual functiOns. In the worst cities
of Fluor Albus or Whites, they effect a speedy cure.
Dr. Cheeseman's Female Pills
Are the only medicine that married and single ladies
have relied on for many years, or can rely upon now.--
Bawana OH latimenoss I These Pills form the finest
preparation ever put forward, with Immediate and per
sistent success. DON'T DE DECEIVED. Take this
advertisement to yourDrumist, and tell him t but you
want the beet and most reliable Female Medicine in
the world, which is comprised In
Dr• Cheeseman's Female Pills !
They have received, and ore now receiving the sane.
tlon of the most eminent Physicians in America.
Explicit Directions with each box—the Price, Om/
Dollar per box, containing from 50 to GO Pills,
Pills sent by mall, promptly, by remitting the price
to the Proprietors, or any authorized agent, in current
Sold by Druggists Generally.
HUTCHINGS it UILLYER, Proprietors.
Dey street, Now York.
A BEL TUB BELL, Wholesale and %Anil Agent
for Montrose and vicinity.
Oct. 31. comly
$2OOO A YEAR made by any one
with $l5. Stencil Tools. No experience
necessary. The Presidents, cashiers and treasurers of
3 Banks endorse the circular. Forwarded free with
samples. Address the American Stencil Toot Works,
Springfield, Vermont. Jy3l 3m3 amp
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD.
PREFERRED by all practical painters I Try it, and
you will have no other.
'Manufactured only by ZIEGLER dr, SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers,
janad ly 137 North 3d street, Phliad'a.
'i. 4 ')'lllo 7 t - i -fr i
GROttlitt & PROVISOS!
CRANE, HOWL!. •&)006 9
AA 11E now recel4ing a large and welPseloieted stock of
. new goods, consisting in part of choice & eonun'a
FLOUR,. DAIRY SALT, •
SUGAR, TABLE SALT
STEUP BBL S 4,0_,_
MOLASSES, CA$ LES
CHOICE TEAS, BRUSHES,
COFFEE de., de.
SPICES, . at.
FRUITS,_ NAILS, i ..
LARD,. - BROOMS,
FISH, ' ROPE, ise,,
and in fact a choice variety of all kinds of
which we are bound to sell wholesale or retail,
cheap for each or ready pay.
Call and see before buying elsewhere, for We tab
pleasure in showing oar goods, whether you bayonet.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
taken in exchange for Goods at the best market prices.
Irr'Shop in basement of Boyd's building nextbelow
Also, Neat Market Adjoining,
Where Fresh Meats and Fish of all kinds are kept for
0. M. CRANE. JOHN HOWELL. P. T. FERGUSON.
Montrose, May 1, 1886.
Manhood: How Lost, How Re•
T usT pub'ished, a new edition of Dr. Culver.
well's Celebrated Essay on the radical Oro
(without medicine) of SPattaavonnnoza, or SlMlnnl
Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotency,
Mental and Physical Inatpacity, Impedimenta to Mar
riage, etc.; also, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Pits, in
duced by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance.
gar - Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable essay Clearly
demonstrates, from a thirty years' successful pretties,
that the alarming consequences of self-abuse may be
radically mired without the dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife—pointing out
mode of cure at once simple, certain and effectual, by
means of which every sufferer, no matter what his COb
dition may be. may cure himself cheaply, privately and
this Lecture should be In thi p bands of evert
youth and every man In the land.
Sent, tinder seal, in a plat]] envelope, to any address,
post paid. on receipt of six cents, or two post atamps,
Address the publishers.
CHA S. .1. C. SLUNK & CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, Pam. Otllm b0r.4,15641,
March 20, 166—lysmp.
Peace & Peace Prices
Large Lines of Prices Conquered & Reduced
H. Mt lainritt
le vow rtn-o. tlug, fur Spring Suppites, new and tarp
Dry Goods, Groceries,
STOVES, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
Paints, Lamp and Linseed Oils, Ben
zole, Corpetings, Floor Oil Cloths,
Wall Paper, Window Shades,
Hits & Cop:, Boots & Shoes, Cloile, (tr.
loebullntg,. an tonal. vaHetlen of tlo mug poplin
*viva of LADIES' BIIFSS- BOW'S, SBA TUB,
BON-VETS, RIBBONS, FLOII"ERS,
which be will well on the moat favorable terms to
CASH, PRODUCE, or to Prompt Time Buyer..
Flour & Salt on hand as usual.
NEW MILFORD, June, 1665.
HUNT BROTHERS ,
Sat cliat...s.W .o 1 1 4CoN,
Wholesale di Retail Dealers in
c:) , ,
NINE NAIL. COUNTERSUNK de 7' RAIL SPIEL!
RAILIIOAL & MIXING SUPPLIES.
CARRIAGE SPRINGS. AXLES, SKEINS AND
BONES, BOLT'S. NUTS.and WASHERS,
PLATED BANDS. MALLEABLE'
IRONS, HUBR,. ! SPOKES,„
FELLOES. SEAT ySFINDLES. BOO'S, eie.
ANVILS, VICES, STOCKS dnd DIES, BELLOWS
HAMMERS. SLEDGES. FILES, &c. Sc,
CIRCULAR AND MILL SAWS. BOLTING. PACKING
TACKLE BLOCKS, PLASTER PARIS
CEMENT, HAIR & GRINDSTONES.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS. LEATHER & PINDRIG9
Scranton, March 14. 1863. I y
Oand after November 27, 1865, passenger trains
will ruu as follows:
A. Y. A. P. IL
Leave Scranton, 5:50 10:511 p5O
" Klngnton, 6:55 11:15 6.10
" Rupert. it 15
" 111111%111e, 11:50 PM
Arrive at Northumberland, IttBo 10d3
Leave Northumberlrnd, 8:00 116
" Danville, 8:40
" Rupert, 9:15 A. X. 4:13
" Kingston, 2:85 8:10 1,55
Arrive at Scranton, 3:45 5:35 100
Prinsengers taking train south from Sell, pt en it klB
a. in. via Northumberland: Trash Harrinborg at 1310 p•
rn.; Baltimore 5;:31 p. m.; Washington 10:00 p. Mt ‘ ll
Rupert reach Philadelphia at 1:00 p. m.
Kingston, Nov. 25. H. A. FONDA, Supt.
lIOWAILD Association , Phlladelpltla,Pr
Diseases of the Nervous, Seminal, Urinate and us
ual systems—new and reliable treatment—in Reportp
the HOWARD ASSOCIATION. Sent by mail in sealed
loiter envelopes,free of charge.. AddreseDr. J. Sawn
Iloro mew:, Howard Association, N o 2 South Oth street
Ii ANGE of honre, commencing Monday,ohly
V 866. Trains will leave Great Bend, Pa., at ebonite')
following hours, viz:
3.05 a. m. Night Express, Mondays excepted. for
chaster, Buffalo, Salamanca and Dunkirk midget'
reercounection with trains of the Atlantic and we ll
Western, Lake Shore and Grand Trunk itailwiLya rof
all points West.; also at Binghamton for Syracuse t
at Owego for Ithaca, and at Elmira for Can:ode:az.
8.45 a. in. Lightning Express, Daily, for Itocheet ll l
Buffalo, Salamanca, Dunklik, and the West. Stop*
at Great Bend on Mondays only.
15•2'1 a. m. Mall Train, Sundays excepted, for Bateau
11.28 a. in. Emigrant Train, Daily, for the West.
3.811 p • m. Day Express, Sundays excepted, for Ile.
cheater. Buffalo, Salamanca, Dunkirk, and the Well.
Connects at Binghamton for _Syracuse: at Ow;r° 1(1
Ithaca; at Elmira for Canandaigua; at tialateunte
with the Atlantic and Great Western Bailway„and al
Buffalo with the Lake Shore and Grand Trunk EIS,
ways, for all points West and South.
p.m. Express Mall, Sundvs excepted, for Bufk
10, Salamanca, and Dunkirk, connecting with trial
for the West.
0.58 a. m, Cincinnati Express, Mandan
Lactrawaxen for Hawley, and at Graycourt rNC '
burg and Wariviok.
1.48 p. m. Day Expresa„Sandaya excepted.
911 p. m. New York and lialtlmorrillail, Sundai l e/'
8.43 A. in. Night Express, Dally, connecting at GM.
court for Warwick.
11. RIDDLE, Gen . ' Su 't, Raw Toth.
W3I. It. DARE, Gen') Paseengsr Agent.