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A Reverend . Dr. Newman, of New Or
on ,Wednesday last, opened the
Radical Cenvention with prayer, in which
be invoked the Deity to "deliver us from
the ride of bad men, especially from him
who, through satanic agency, bad been
raised to authority over us." As Andrew
Johnson was "raised to authority" in the
Federal government by Republican votes
at the election of 1864, we might admit
that the clerical gentleman's allusion to
such an "agency" was in terms not alto
But the President's good use of Oui
power he hold Pleads us to be more indul
gent to the agency by which be reached
it. Ile was avowedly placed on the Re
publican ticket for the purpose of attract
ing the votes of Democrats, and his most
malignant assailant will admit that he is
doing so, very effectively. It will be re
membered that the Republic= candidates
of 1864 were - always represented as differ
ing from the: Democratic in only one par
ticular. General McClellan had said—
" The Union is our one condition of
peace ;" to this Mr: Lincoln added, " the
abolition oeslavery in conformity with my
Now", slaiery being abolished, restora
tion"of tlib'Union 'remains as the common
object of both the parties of 1864. An
drew Johnson remains true to that ; while
the Radicals now try to add negro suf
frage, and a relentless proscription of the
vanquished, to the creed of their party.—
Without this they do not want the Union.
This is just the issue between them and
the conservative Cepublicans and Demo
crats who sustain the administration of
Ou this issue we go to the people ; to
be decided in favor of justice and humani
ty; it only needs to be clearly understood.
To prevent this, the most wily of the rad
icals resort to every shuffling evasion that
the dexterous use of language affords.—
They have in their present Convention
twc parties—one for openly avowing ne
gro suffrage as their aim ; the other for
dissembling it in words and pursuing it.
covertly—but both have at heart the same
thing. It is to prop their tottering pow
er by Africanizing the Southern States,
and then governing them by the bayonet.
The object is unworthy of the age in
which we live, of the race to which we
belong, of the religion which we profess.
To this Itadicial policy might be truly ap
plied the word " Satanic."
Showing their Hand.
Hun. Horace Maynard, of Tennessee,
made a speech at Athens, in that State,on
the 21st inst., in which he said :
" I am an abolitionist, and have always
been one. I was accused of being one
when I first emigrated to this State. The
charge was just; I was full and running
over with abolitionism, but I denied it for
lam proud to-day that I have been
placed among that persecuted set, and
deem it the highest compliment to be de
nounced as such. And I tell you, gentle
men, that in a short time all this com
plaint about negro equality will be done
away with. Some months since and it
was said that the negro would not be suf
fered to testify in your courts—that his
oath would not be granted him.
But how stand matters to-day ? He is
not only permitted to testify in your
courts with impunity, bat there is every
evidence that he will soon be on a social
equality with the white man in your State.
Yes, gentlemen, in a short time he will
marry and intermarry in your families.—
It is a little objectionable to-day, but you
will soon get over this, and the persecu
ted negro will be welcomed to your par
lors. This will be the result of the politi
cal and social changes of the next few
The Hon. gentleman acknowledges be
played the hypocrite for policy's sakejust
as many Northern candidates for Con
gress are now doing, who deny they are
for negro suffrage. By means of this hy
pocrisy the Radicals expect to carry the
Maynard tells what the Radicals expect
from success in the approaching Congres
sional elections. He says "the result of
the political and social changes of the
next few months will be"—what ? " The
negro in a short time will marry and in
termarry in your &males." "It is a lit
tle objectionable to-day," be proceeds,
" but you will soon get over this p and the
persecuted negroes will be welcomed to
Political and social equality of the two
races is the real platform of the Radicals.
Maynard states it clearly. It is put out
of sight here aAti there to snit special lo
calities, but success at the polls will make
it public everywhere.
Negro Equality a Practical Issue
The white men of Philadelphia have
now seen negroes accepted as the equals
of their race, and acknowledged upon a
perfect level with themselves in the pro
ceedings of a Convention called by one of
the poiitical partiei of the country. Fred
Douglass walked in the Republican pro
cession arm in arm with a white man, and
as a delegate was welcomed with cheers
from the supporters of the action of the
late Congress. General Geary, the Radi
cal candidate for Governor in this State,
was in that procession, and endoraed the
RAmc.at. PeurcusEs.—The principal
motto over -the speaker s stand, in the
is—" LIBERTY, EQU'Airrir and FBA:TEEM-
Tr." There's negro suffrage, negro equal
ity, miscegenatipn or mongrelism in a nnt
shell.. After that, and the presence of
Fred. Douglass, will the Geary :faction
pretend to deny their negro " principles V'
All the Decency.
In the adica,l Conveniion oriThurpdy;
list the folloWingi scenes occurred,Aithibli
cannot fail to shock the moral sense of
every right-thinking man in the commu
" Mr. Hamilton, of Texas, read the dis
patch in yesterday's papers relating to the
President's visit to thi Northwest. On
reading that part_of Mr. Seward's speech,
and inquiring whether the audience de
sired Mr. Johnson for King or President,
loud cries of " Nary one," were heard
from all parts of the Convention.
A.D . eleg.lte—No, sir; we'd see Andy
Johilson i tBs degrees into nrit., *jar Bill
Seward and Montgomery Blair on top of
Parson Bra , Wnlow gave utterance to I
these disgusting remarks:
"Some gentleman, not through any
unkind feelings to . :tiviThttne;. but "through
a mistaken appreciation of my motives,
has said that we were afraid of the negro
suffriigq: qbeation ; ..aogb tlipadv
Why, I should feel disgraced now and
forever if I felt doubtful on any national
concern.. I. - 110 , 01. vas
sides of any question, and ne'v'er intend
to be. While lam satisfied with what
has been donct, I am the advocate, of ne
gro-suffrage-ail& of impartial s terage.—
(Great applause, including "three cheer
for Brownlow.") I would sooner associate
in private life with a loyal negro than a
disloyal white man. I would sooner be
buried in a negro graveyard than in a reb
el graveyard. (Applause.) If I have
after death to go either to hell or to
heaven, I shall prefer to go with the loyal
negroes to,hell than with white traitors to
These sentiments, it must be borne in
mind, were uttered on the floor of the
Radical Convention, in.the same hall in
which A ins Diekii so n amirred. Douglass
spoke, and .before the same body which
received with enthusiastic applause Gene
ral Geary, the disunion candidate for
In reply to numerous inquiries as to the
position of Luzerne county this fall, we
assure them it is as true as steel, and can
be relied on in the time of our greatest
need. There is no quailing, no shrinking
back from the good work among her dem
The election this fall will show one of
the greatest victories ever achieved with
us. The enemy will be utterly routed
and scattered to the very winds. Luz
erne will this fall take her place in the
foremost ranks of the Democratic coun
ties. The cry is Johnson, Clymer, Deni
son and the whole Democratic conoti
ticket, and the disappointment and re
buke of the enemy this fall will be most
Klan isti the ; Newt ?
The New York Independent, which
furnishes the keynote for Pennsylvania
radical organs, says:
"No man shall be the next President
of the United States who does ,not ask,
perm iittiion of the' riegtof Wliat iwciret n
Radical do to secure the spoils of office ?
It' anything ever ,„cotivins:e.. 7 ue, that
the black raceiS superior white, it
will be the conduct of those whites of the
North who are continually eating dirt at
the feet of the negroes.
Gen. Grant and the Radicals,
Since , Geriral Grant and his chter.of
staff composed a part of the audience at
the interview between the President and
the Philadelphia Convention Committee,
and basjaken dre , MrimernAnur. with - Mr.
Johnson, - the radical . papers have dTopt
the General like a hot potato. They don't
see any negro in that fence, and we shall
soon seo them abusing Grant as heartily
as they now do Andrew Johnson. The
world seems to be uncommonly rough for
the. radiulls ju . s, naly,„apd. thei gra. you;
m`ncb' the 'Wedicableht tile` 'eefibkd
who was under a tree which was struck
with lightning—slightly confused.
VD — There was a monster Johnson
and Clymer meeting held at Pottsville on
the 3d inst. The President,' Gen. Henry
Pleasants, and the Chairman of the Com
mittee on Resolutions, Col. Frank T. Ben
nett, both brave t pificer,s during the war,
were formerly with the Republicans, but
have now joined the party of the Union
and the Constitution. The enthusiasm
was intense, and the-speeches up to the
full measure of devotion to principle ne
cessary at this crisis in the fate of the na
NY The, ,Shirleyshorg, (Huutingdon
County) Herald, hitherto - Rep blie.an o u
nal, refuses to hoist the Geary flag. It
will not support the Stevens-Douglass.
Dickinson platform, nor the local ticket
of the Radicals in Huntingdon county.
The Herald remarks- - "for ourselves, we
have only to say this week, that it is our
determination not to support any part of
the Republican district or county ticket."
The demoralization of the Radicals in
by the Herald's account of the meeting
of that party on the Bth inst.
lar'lloo. G. V. Lawrence, the Radical
nominettfor Congress in the 24th district,
in this 'State recently admitted •in ,a
speech at Clarksville, that " Ron. Hiester
Clymer, the Democratic candidate for
Governor, is,a gentleman, an 'honest man,
and auperior to General Geary in point of
—Secretary, Seward stated in his re
marks at .one_ofthestopping plates along
the-line, that NewVork Would go against
the disunionists of the:Thad Stivens
school, by a majority of 40,000.
410 9 2.7 ,-
' E. REMINGTON & SON,
manufactirere of REVOLVERS, RIFLES,
r f.:•• mi shi r t s e Kl3 B servic an e. d Al C s Alt o,P ß o l "clket S an ib d el r ß the t
Vers,'Repeating Pistols, Rifle Canes, Revolving Rifles,
rifle and shot gun barrels and ,otiti materials sold by gun
dealers and the trade generally.
In these. ((aye of House breaking and Robbery, evert/
House, Store, Bank and office should have one of
Parties 'desiring to avail themselves of the late im
provements in Pistols, and superior workaruant hip and
form, will find all combined in the new
Circulars, containing cats and description of our
Arms, will be furnished ripen application.
aploSy) R. REMIVOTON it, SONS, hen, N. Y.
New Skirt for 1866.
The Great Invention of the Age in
J. W. BRADLEY'S New Patent DUPLEX (double)
ELLIPTIC SPRING SKIRT.
/111111.9 Invention consists of Duplex (or two) Elliptic
Pale Refined Steel Springs, ingeniously braided
tightly and firmly together, edge to edge, making the
toughest, most flexible. elastic and Mumble spring ever
used. They seldom break or bend, like the single spring
and consequently preserve their perfect and beautiful
shape moth than twice as long as any single spring
skirt that ev r hits or can be made.
The wonderful flexibility, great comfort and pleasure
to any lady wearing the Duplex Eliiptic Skirt will be
experienced particularly in all crowded assemblies. Op
eras, carriages, railroad cars, church pews, arm chairs,
fur promenade and house dress, as the skirt ran be folded
when in use to occupy a small place an easily and con
veniently as a silk or muslin dress.
A lady having enjoyed the pleasure. comfort and great
onvenience of wearing the duplex elliptic steel spring,
skirt for a single day will never afterwards willingly
dispense with their use. For children, misses and
young Indies they are superior to all others.
The Hoops are covered with 2 ply doable twisted
thread and will wear twice as long as the single yarn
covering which is used on all single steel hoop ski rte.
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 dragg' air down
stairs, stone steps, etc., etc., which they are constantly
subject to when in use.
All are made of 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
ant economical skirt ever made.
RESTS, BRADLEY k CARY,
Proprietors of the layentlon, and sole manufactiirers.
47 Chambers, and 79 Si. Reade streets, N. Y.
For sale in all first-class stores in this city, and thro
out the United States and Canada, Ilavana de Cuba,
Meslco,South America, and the West Indies.
• fe — luquire for the Duplex Elliptic (or
double) Spring Skirt. )IyBl 3m
The Montrose Democrat
Id PUBLISUED EVERT TCE,DAY MORNING, AT MONTEDSE
StIQUELIANNA COUNTY. PA.. BY
(Mr M MIL "EL rr 'IV',
AT $2 PER AYNUA IN ADVANCE — OR e'2,NI AT END OF YEAR
linsiness advertisements inserted at $1 per P ti are 01
10 lines, three times, and 2.scts for each additional week
Yearly advertisers, with usual changes, charged sli
for four squares, quarter column $l5, half column $3O
one column SO. and other amounts in exact proportion
Bush:Less cards of three lines, $3; or one dollar a line
;le - Legal notices at the customary rates.
Job Printing executed .neatly and promptly at
Deeds, Mortg.n.zeg, Notes. Justices', Constables%
School end other blankg for BalC.
3'er ° 222.:13 : C ash Gown.
NEW MILFORD FOUNDRY!
HEAD OF NAVIGATION.
MIIE undersigned hating rebuilt hie; Foundry, is pre
pared to furnish
PLOWS, PLO W POINTS, SAW
.drILL GEARING, .11OWING
each as farmers and others may require. Also,
The Improved Iron Chimneys.
CF..r - Fonndry oppositHarvley's Store, next to Phln
J. S. TINGLEY & SON
New Milford, May 29, 18110. tf
SOLDIERS' BOUNTY ,
exptacil 13496c1-rt.. •91,17,
THE undersivied. LICENSED AGENT of the GOY
ERNMENT, having obtained the necessary forms,
Sc., will give prompt attention to all claims intrusted
to his care. No charge unless successful.
GEO. P. LITTLE.
Montrose. June 6th, 1864.
EA CD Mar) M 1=1..€1 9
PENSIONS, BOUNTY, Alllll
den34nec , l ,;i lde p t i N e SE p D ro A m G p 7 a T tt og i ll on E G to 0:7 1 . 1
claims entrusted to hit care. Charges low, and Infor
mation FREE. L. F. FITCII.
Moutroae, Jan. 19, 1865. tf
And lack Pay !
T ri . E ., „,, T nd w e i r llr e e d pr L o tera mp; sEn
tt n' a ti ° on t T o ° ar, .c. 77
ted to his care. No charge a nnless nccessfoT.
Montrose, Aug. 20,'63. ! J. B. hicCOLLUM.
DR. E. L. GARDNER,
PYSICIAN and SURGEON, Montrose, Pn. Gives
especial attention to diseases of the Heart and
Lungs and all Snrgical diseases. Office over the Post
Office. Boards at Searle's Hotel. [Sept. 4, 1866.
PRE LIBERTY' WHITE LEAD,-
the whitest, the most durable, the most economical.
Try it I Manufactnred only by ZIEGLER SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers,
Jana° iy laT North ad street, Philad'a.
PI7RE- LIBERTY WHITE LEAD
VILL do more and better work at a given cost, than
any other. Try it I
Manufactured only by ZIEGLER. & SMITH.
Wholesale Drug, Paint, and Glass Dealers,
Jana° 19 137 North ad street, Philad'a.
WEBB & BUTITAFIELD
Are now receiving their New Stock of
*ging & ,summer
401- Clo C 3) 3C3>
which will be sold
CMCE114216.3P 3PC)I=I. C).A.SELIMIC.
Summer Dress Goods, Silks, Grenadines,
Challies, Printed Cambries, Lawns,
Muslins, Prints,_ Delaines,
Poplins Hats & Caps,
Groceries, Crockery, Hardware, &c. &c.
WEBB 6 BUTTERFIELD.
Montrose, May 29. 1566.
DELAWARE LACKAWANNA &
S,,,APX 4 ? 4 ;riA,
Spring Arrangements for 1866.
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE
STATIONS. train. I train.
P. ill `P.M.
1,30 7 .20 ;it
8,35 3,021. 0
8,18 I 2,47
7,55 2,26 4
7.34 1 2,07
A. M. i P. 11
Nlcholt , on
The Mottling train from New York connects at Ma
nniika Chunk with the train leaving Philad'inEensing
ton depot) at 7,30 a. in.. and at Greatliend with through
mall train on the Erie Railway, with sleeping car at
tached, stopping at all the principal stations on that
road, and arriving at 1311111110 at 6,10 a. to.
The Evening trair. from New York connects at Ma
nnnka Chunk with the train leaving Philadelphia (Ken
sington depot) at 3.31) p. m..; at Great Bend with Night
Express on the Erie Railway west, arriving at Banal°
The Morning, train from Great Bend connrete there
with the Cincinnati Expreee on the Erie Railiva) from
the went ; at,Manunka Chunk as itit a train fur Phi!arra
and intermediate etations, arrivirw in Philadelphia at
1i,30 p. m.; and,at New Hampton with a train for Ea4ton
Bethlehem, Allentown, Reading, and Harrisburg, arriv
at Harrisburg at 8.:10 p. m.
The livening trail. from Great Bend eoqnects there
with the New York Exprees on the Erie Railway from
the Wetit at Ntaniinka Chunk with a train which rune
to Belvidere. where it Bee over until a o'clock next
morning: and at New Hampton with nu Express train
for Easton, Bethlehem, Allentown, Rending and liar
At Scranton, connections are made with trains on the
Lackawanna nod Bloomehurg lt.lt to and from Pittston
lihweton, Wilkesharre. Berwick. litoomehurg,Drinville,
Northtunherinud.llarrieburg and intermediate statioue.
and ,iith trains on the Dela Ware and Iludron Railroad
oath! from Carbondale and intermediate etatione.
R'A'TS COOKE, Superintendent.
R. A. HENRI', Gent Tkt Agt. Jiy I tf
IV . MN257 IST Clo 3Erp- 30
MINER & COATS
Post's building, below Boyd's Corner, in the place to
FLOUR, GROCERIES, HD
CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP!
MINER & COATS
Would inform the public - Ova they are now openly
New and Choice Stock or FAMILY GIIOC'E RIES. just
received from New York, which they will sell chap for
cash, or exchange for all kinds of Farmer's produce.
We have made arrangements with one of the best
Commission Houses in New York fur shipping Butter
and Pt educe, uud will furuish Pails free of charge, and
on consignment. of Butter. Also, CASH paid for But
ter, Grain and Eggs.
A fre-h empply of GARDEN VEGEViBLES, by Ex
press, alwzip, on hand.
nr - Thankful for the liberal tanronage already to
CeiVed. we hope by de:U.lll;z honorably with our custom
era to 01111 further extend our trade.
C. G. MINER, - . . R. COATS
Montrose, June 5, ISM. 3m
WI F O cR LZ, ' S
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40 miserable shelf
To keepers of Cows this preparation is Invaluable.
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 bide, and
Makes them thrive
pr much faster.
(t, In all di•wases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers In
o c . the Lungs, Liver,
&e., this article
acts as a specific. -r . '
By putting from . c 01 1 1.17
one-half a paper "•••• .
to a paper in a
barrel of swill tho I •
Win be eradicated
or entirely prevailed. If given In time, a certain
preVeritire and curo for the Hog Cholera.
z ; Price 25 Cents per Paper, orb Papers for 81
4 1 S. A. FOUTZ 13110.,
WHOLESALE DUO AND MEDICINE DEPOT.
h a No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, lid.
For Sale by Druggists and Storekeepeni thmagh
-4 out the United States.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
THhEe gb l scri e b c c i r ti lospectfully informs the public that
of H. C. Clemons, near the Foundry of Sayre Brothers.
Customers will do well to call. as t hey can get every
thing done In the Blacksmithing line neatly and prompt
ly for cash.
arParticular attention given to Horse Shoeing.
EDWARD P. STAMP.
Montrose, Dec. Oil, 1865, tf
WHISKERS, MUSTACHES -.. . ,
forced to grow on the smou- ..." -- 4: - ,.
*best face in from three to 5 I.t. ..t.
weeks - by 1114111 g Dr. SEVIG- i 1-
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!science, acting on-the Beard ' -4 ,,,# i1
and Bair in an almost mime-
alone manner. It ban been used by the ell teof London
and Paris with the most flattering success. Names of
all purchasers are registered , and ifentire satisfaction
is not given in every instance, the money will becheer•
fully refunded, Price by nutil, seals hand postpaid. I.
Descriptive circulars and testimonials mailed free. Ad
dress BERGER, SHUTT'S & Co.. Chemists, No. 28.5111v
er street, Troy. N. Y. Only agents for the United
State. myl Ircfspq
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HAVE FON BALE ,
REVOLVING HORSE IMES,
Hand Rakes, Scythes, Snaths,
Extras for the Ohio Mower,
(Kline'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•
litontroge, July 3, ISMI. tf
A FRESH LOT OF
JUST ARRIVED FOR TELE
At WILSON . , GRIFFIS & WARNER'S.
I 7.15 1.50
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pi lent ion warranted to curl !;", 4.4
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- , R ' born hair of either sex into .
wary ringlets or heavy massive (11119. liqs been need by
the l'a,bionables of Paris and London. dlth the most
gratifying results. Due,• no injury to the hair. Price by
mail, sealed and po ,, t paid. ;lA. ne , criptive circulars
mailed free. Address BERGF.It, SHUTT: , & Co., Chem
ists, No. :N5 River street, Troy, N. Y. only agents far
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recommends 'teelf as b,:ing an almost indiapuneable
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 hair from low
foreheads. or from any part of the body. completely, to
tally and radically extirpating the same, leaving the
skin ,oft, -111o4ith and natural. This is the only article
used by the French, and is the only real effectual depil
atory powder inexistence. Price $1 per package. sent
poet paid to an_y address. receipt of tip order, by
Bettoun, SHUTT. aC Co., Chemists.
my] lycfspq 2.53 River etrect, Troy, N. Y.
WHITE LIQUID ENAMEL,
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com i i o n n
for giving. the a beautiful. pearl- like lint, that ie .
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pimph blotches. moth patch e, sallowness, eruptions
and all impurities ,0 the chin. kindly healing the
IC:Mil:4' I he. skin white and clear as alabarter. Ito nee
be detected by the cloeert senility, and being a
vegetable preparation perfectly harmless. it is the
only article of the kind aced by the French. and be con
rblered hy the Paririan 11 , indispensable to a perfect
tot let. 1 pward- of to nOO bottles were sold during the
part year, a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy. Price
Only Mete. 31,01.41. noet paid. on receipt of nn order by
BERGER, SiIt • TTS &('O., rhemirts.
myl lycfspq 2 River street, Troy, N. V.
1 15 01,./
•,‘ ft PER TEAR' We want Agents every
', where to sell onrIMPROVea) $lO Sew
ing Nfachinev. Three new kinds. Under and ripper
feed. Sent on trial. Warranted ti , re years. Above sal
ary or large commissions paid. The only machines cold
in the Pnited Slate- for lees than $4O. Which are fully
licensed by Howe. Wheeler & Wilson. Grover & Baker,
Singer & Co., and Bachelder. All other cheap machines
arelnfring,ements. and the seller or liner are liable to
arrest, tine and imprisonment. Illustrated circulars sent
free. Address, or call upon SHAW & CLARE, at Bidde
ford, Maine. or Chicago, 111. [may - 29ily •
Baldwin, Allen, 8c Mitchel
After retirfnz rot thirty day , at n hard labor." have re
umed btodness at the old otand, under
the name and firm of
long and F s orably
known, a ill thor
oughly- rein v igorate
low-spirt tell horses,
and cleansing the
stomach and Inter.
BALDWIN, ALLEN &. MITCHELL
Flour, Feed, Sall, Pork, Buller, Cheese,
Dried Beef, lipms, Fish, Smoked Hal
ibut, Candles, Tea, Coffee, Spices,
Syrup, Molasses, Suyar,
Clover & Timothy Seed, Flan-seed, Beans,
Brooms, Nails, itc. &c.
Thankful for past patronage, we shall he happy to see
and wait upon our old and new enstontem
All (Jou& and Flour Ivarralned.
A. BALDWIN. W. L. ALLEN. S. N. MITCLIELL.
Montrose, April 10, Ir,oo.
It Is a snre pro•
r.„l nil A MONTII ! Agents wanted for oda entlre!y
t7,.` t 1 \7 new articles. just out. Address O. T. GA
BBY, City Building, Biddeford, Me. [malMily*
WILL Immediately relieve. withonl pain, all distur
bances of the periodic discharge, whether arising
from relaxation or euppreseion. 'non . act like achartn
in removing the pal ne that accompany difficult or im
moderate menstruation, and are the only Flirt' and reli
able remedy for Flushes. Sick I • eaf ache, Paine In the
Loins. Rack and Sides, Palpitation of the Ilea rt, Ner
vous Tretnors, Hysterics. Spasms. Broken Sleep, and
other unpleasant and dangerous effects of an unnatural
condition of the eexual functions. lu the worst mace
of Fluor Albite or 'Whites, they effect a speedy cure.
Dr. Cheeseman's Female Pills
Are the only zoedicine that married and single ladies
have relied on for many years, or can rely upon now.—
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS I There l'ills. form the finest
preparation ever put forward, with immediate and per
sistent success. DON'T BE DECEIVED. Take this
advertisement to yonrDnwgist, and tell him that you
want the best and most reliable Female Medicine In
the world, which is comprised in
Dr. Cheeseman's Female Pills
They have received, and are now receiving' the cane•
lion of the moat eminent Physicians in America.
Explicit Directions with each box—the Price, One
Dollar per box. containing from AO to 00 Pills,
Pills cent by mall, promptly, by remitting the price
to the Proprietors, or any authorized agent, in Current
Sold by, Druggists Generally.
HUTCHINGS ITILLYER, Proprietors,
2$ fey street, New York.
A REL TURRELL, Who Mimic and %tall Agen
for Montrose and vicinity.
Oct. 3t, eomly
12000 A YEAR mean by any one
with Sl5. Stencil Tools. No experience
necessary. The Presidents, cashiers and treasurers of
3 Banks endorse the circular. Forwarded free with
'samples. Address the American Stencil Tool Works,
Springfield, Vertniant. jy3l limn gap
lI OUTSES FOR SALE.—Four Small
TIMMS and Lots tot Iwo together, for cash, or
would exehango them for a farm near town. Bonaire
of • • M.C.' or 11. C. TYLER.
Montrose, August T 3, 1886. 3W.
By the dozen or - less quantity. Also
4C 7EX.Ek. Ei PM i-li MI-AL 1 7 .2 IS
AC; &IN '
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GROCERIES & PROYISIONSL-:
CRANE, HOWELL & CO.,
ARE now receiving a large and well-selected stock 1r
new goods, conedeting In part of choice ,t, comma
FISH, ROPE, a t
and in fact a choice variety of all kinds of
which we are bound to Bell wholesale or retail,
cheap for cash or ready pay.
Call and see before buying eleavvbere, for we take
pleasure In sbowlug our goods, whether you boy erect.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
taken in exchange for Gooda at the hest market pricee
[Shop In basement of Boyd's building next below
Also, Meat Market Adjoining,
Where Fresh Meats and Fish of all kinds are kept to.
0. M. CRANE. JOHN HOWELL. P. T. PERGERSON
Montrose, Ilny 1, 1866
Manhood: How Lost, How Be
UST publohed, a new edition of Dr. Culver
t, wells Celebrated Essay on the radical care
(without medicine) Of SPLIMATORHIJOE•, or Selll , llAl
Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotent,
Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Mir. ,
riage. etc.; also, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Pits,
(laced by self.indulgence or sexual extravagance.
rirPrice, in a scaled envelope, only R cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable csrtrycleuly
demonstrates, from a thirty years' successful practice.
that the alarming consequences of seif.abnse may be
radically cured without the dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife—pointing ust
a mode of cure at once simple, certain and effectual, by
means of which every sufferer, no matter what his cot
may be. may cure himself cheaply, privately and
ref - This Lecture P h onld be In the hands of every
youth end every men In the land.
Sent, under eeal, In a plain envelope, to any itctdre..
pot paid, on reeeipt of six ccnte, or two poet etazoo
Addre,s the pnbllehers.
CHAS. J. C. ALINE & CO„
127 Flowery, New York, Poet Officebox
March 20, lilfl6-Iyemp.
Peace & Peace Prices
Large Lines of Prices Conquered& Reduced
H. 3E1. - tx.rieltt
is now reeu..•ng, for Sprin; Supplies, new and 131;e
Dry Goods, Groceries,
ST 0 VES, IBOX, STEEL, N.:IILS,
Paints, Lamp and Linseed Oils, Ben
:ale, Carpetings, Floor Oil Cioib i
Wall Paper, Window Shades,
Hots & Cups, Boots & Shoes, Clocks, d.r.
Including, as rem 1. full varieties of the most papule
styles of LADIES' DRESS GOODS. 511 A 1125,
BONNETS, RIBBONS, FLOHERS, de
which he will sell on the most fa rumble terms to
CASII, PRODUCE, or to Prompt Time Buyers.
Flour & Salt on hand as usua
NEW MILFORD, Jane, 1565.
HUNT BROTHERS ,
lBa wa I rVaN, 3L= 9
Whoteaale & Retail Dealers in
WilikO l llELI•A,
MINE RAIL. COUNTERSUNK fi T RAIL SPIKES
RAILROAD (2 MIXING SUPPLIES.
CARRIAGE SPRINGS. AXLES, SKEINS AND
BOXES. BOLTS, NUTS and WASHERS,
PLATED BANDS. MALLEABLE
IRONS. HUBS, SPOKES,
FELLOES, SEAT SPINDLES. BOWS. ac.
ANVILS, VICES, STOCKS and DIES, BELLOWS
HAMMERS, SLEDGES. FILES, dc. dc.
CIRCULAR AND MILL HAWS, BFLTING. PACEI3G
TACKLE BLOCKS, PLASTER PARIS
CEMENT. HAIR ‘t GRINDSTONES.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS. LEATHER& FINDINGS
Scranton, March 24, 18133. 17
Lackawanna & Bloomsburg B. B,
ON and after November 27, 1865, passenger treat
will minas follows:
A. M. A. X. 2.1.
Lcavo Scranton, 5:50 10:50 433
" liingtLton, 6:55 11:15 6 10
.` Rupert. 0:15 F,',3
Danville, 9:50 4..30
Arrive at Northumberland, 10:30 1811
Leave Northamberirnd, 8:00
" Danville, 8:40 Id
" Ru pert, 9:15 A. IC 4: 15
Kingston, 2:35 41:30 eN
Arrive at Scranton, 3:45 9'35 5:10
Pdosengors taking train south from Scranton 41 I'l 4
a. in. via Northumberland, reach Harrisburg at 12:10f ,
m.; Baltimore 5:30 p. m.• Washington Iftoo p. m 4 .1 '
Rupert roach Philadelphia at 7:00 p. m.
Kingston, Nov. 25. H. A. FONDA, Supt.
IIIirOWAHD Assoolatton,Phlladelpbta ,N
I .11. Diseases of the Nervous, Seminal. Urinary and
nal systems—new and reliable treatment—in RepOrtt
the UOWARD ASSOCIATION. Sent by mail In §esled
let lor envelopes, free of charge. Address Dr. J.
lionowrox, Howard Association, No 9 South 9tbotrett
CRANGE of hours, commencing MondayNall
ISM. Pralns will leave Great Band,Pl., at about I
following hours, viz:
3.0.5 a. m. Night Expres, Mondays excepteiJ,
chester, Buffalo, Salatnancu and Dunkirk, making rit
rent connection with trains of the Atludic sad Oren
Western, Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Railwa y s. for
all points West ; also at Binghamton for Syracuse
at Owego for Ithaca, and at Elmira for Canandatge.e.
3.45 a. rat. Lightning Express, Bally, for Rochester ,
Buffalo, Salamanca, Dunkirk, and the West. Stops
at Great Bend on Mondays only.
5/7 a. in. Mail Train, Sundays excepted, for Baal' ,
11.28 a. In. Emigrant Train, Daily, for the West.
3.3$ p. m. Day Express, Sundaya sxocpted. 101 Pc "
cheater. Buffalo, Salamanca, Dunkirk; and the Weol•
Connects at Binghamton for SyrlCll6o : at Owego for
Ithaca; at Elmira for Canandaigua; at Sabunincs
with the Atlantic and Great Western Rahway, and al
Buffalo with the Luke Shore and Grand Trunk 11411 "
ways, for all points West and South. "
7, 52 p. in. Express Mall, Sundays excepted, for Sufi
-10, Salamanca , Salamanca , mad Dunkirk, connecting with tra ,
for the West.
8.58 m. Cincinnati Express. Mondare ceg.!'
Lackawasen for Hawley, and at graVoUrt k9f v" .
burg and Warwick.
1.48 p. in. Day Express, Sundays excepted.
Oil p. m. New York and paAlmore Snadari
8.43 a. in. Night Express, Daily, connecting et GM ,
Court for Warwick.
11. RIDDLE. Gen') Sup't New Y Oll4
WM. R. DARR, Gun'l Passenger Agent.