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Nconomy In GoaL
As the wintry weather is wits as once
again, and fires are getting necessary to
domeatie comfort, a few hints condensed
from a diffuse scientific article, will be
found of interest. Some housekeepers, in
the management of their fires, seem to
suppose that an addition of fuel will in
sure increased combustion, and develop
additional heat. Coal, and especially an
thracite coal, should always be furnished
with a sufficient amount of oxygen to
keep the fire bright . . It is only smother
ing and retarding the fire to put in a4hick
layer of coal, as some do, fill the fire box
from a layer of two inches of ignited coal
to its utmost capacity, with fresh fuel.
No more coal should bo put on a fire at
one time than will readily ignite and give
off a pure white blaze—not a blue flame
which denotes also the presence of nn
consumed gases—and the fire should be
undisturbed on the top. Another point
of coal economy; in clearing the grate in
the morning there is a quantity of un
burned coal, which has been externally
euttieejed to combustion. It is covered
ai h ash, and looks like cinder. It is oft
en dumped into the ash box. The fact is,
that the lump is only roasted on the out
side, not even cooked, and is in better
condition for igniting than the green coal.
Never waste it. Attention to these few
hints will save many dollars in a winter.
' Mr Obadiah Snodgrass, sez: That
korn bred is usually made to ete, but
would advise everybody not to ete more
than 4 ldaves at 1 konsecutiv time, unless
you is hungry, and then it should be ta
ken innardly without cerymony.
That pork and cabbage is sum better'n
whisky for a hungry man, unless you bay
a idee-oy grand and lofty tnmhlin.
That rye is kommonly sold by the bush
el un!ess it gas old in which instance it is
generally sold'•by the quart, Ike. down-
I hay kum to the konolusion that good
greenbacks is better than good looks, un
less the good looks kilms from a perty gal
with a moll parent.
Hatii-nn-egzs is good for a empty shin
ache ; but it it au't, I kan't help it.
It is Fed that "Inv in a kottaze" is a
trice thing—very likely ; so is Flapjacks
and molasses ; el lu. brute !
—A private soldier, stationed at Otta
wa, received fifty lashes for asserting that
Canada would be annexed to the United
States bt fore two years.
—A negro named Reuben waa.arraign
eci i n G sA g o w , Ky., on last Saturday, on
the charge of murder. He bad cruelly
murdered his own son, alad about twelve
years of age, " because he couldnot pull
corn fast enough."
—The Chien') Times, which caused
such tejoicing in the Radical camp by its
articles in favor of " impartial saffrsge,"
halts at the first application of its own
doctrine. It vdl not support the bill giv
ing the elt , stive franchise to the negroes
of Washing( OD.
—A visitor to the New Havoc Alms
bouse,find. there an old gentleman, for
4rierly well off and respected, whose case
is partienlarly noticeable from the fact
that he has a daughter, a talented author,
who has 'wide a handsome fortune with
her pen, and who charms her readers with
tales and poems, and the eloquent, pa
thetic manner in which she pleads the
cause of poverty, and defends.the bumble
from "the proud man's contumely."
—A dutchman, of D‘teatur, 111, married
n second wife a &Leek after the death of
wife No. I. The sabbath following the
bride asked her lord to take her riding,
and was "cut up" with the following re
sponse : " You link I ride out I .epost
mit anuder woman so soon after the death
of mine fcfiu ? No, no."
—Cable news is beginning to become
unreliable. A telegram was recently sent
across the ocean announcing the death of
the Empress Carlotta, but later duties in
dicate that the rumor was illfounded. It
was also announced that James Stephens,
the Fenian Chief, had been captured by the
British authorities. This, too, turns out
to be a canard.
_A wealthy farmer living near Crab
Orchard, Ky., killed some hogs a few
days Qinee and presented his neighbors
with a few choice pieces Cff meat. Next
day all who bad eaten were taken ill, and
five have already died. None of the oth
rre give promise of recovery, The re
mainder of the drove were taken sick the
day after the killing of the few choice
ones, and are dying• rapidly. The disease
is so posedto be bog cholera.
—An English jnry has decided that
when a man who is-stnokinr , in a railroad
car refuses to remove his cigar at the re
quest. of his fellow passengers, they have
the right to knock it out of his month, and
the judge thought that the blowing of to
bacco smoke in the face of a fellow passeng
er might be considered an aseult.
The Montrose Democrat
/11 PCBLIIIH ED EVERT TUESDAY 1101.. INC, AT MONTIIORIZ
SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY. PA„ DY
4916. eT. 4:3r 3MI MIL MAC ri" ia zW,
AT $2 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE-- OH $2)4 AT END OP TEAR
Business advertisements Insorted at el per so.eare of
10 item three Uinta; and :Zel' for each additional week.
Tearly advertisers, with usual changes, charged $lO
for fottettpares, quarter column $l5. half column
onetelltfint $6O. and other amonntelnexact proportion.
Baelneaa cards of three Dram $3; or one dollar a line.
, notices at the customary rates.
Job Printing executed neatly and promptly at
Deeds, Ifortgases, Notes. Jas deep', ConolableiV.
eforiaa.Ml e CO it rts c=mv
JAMES E. CARMALT, ATTORNEY
AT LAW. Office over Stone Warner.
Montrose, Dee. 18,1868. tf
WM. D. LUSK, ATTORNEY AT
LAW, Montrose, Pa. Office opposite the
Franklin Hotel, near the Court House. n0c.47 '6
DR. E. L. GARDNER,
VIDETBICI AN and SURGEON, Montrose, Pa. Gives
especial attention to diseases of the Heart and
Lungs and all Satirical diseases. Office over the Post
Office. Boards at Searle's Hotel. [Sept. 4, 1866.
BALDWIN, ALLEN, & ITCEIELL,
DEALERS in Flour, Salt, Pork Flab, Lard, Grain,
Feed, Candles, Clover and Timothy Seed. Alto,
Groceries, each as Swam Molasses, Syrups, Tea an d
West side of Public Arcane.
Montrose, April 77,1868.
BURNS & NICHOLS,
T't BALERS In Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye
.l/ stuffs, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Liquors. Spices. Fan
cy articles. Patent Medicines. Perfumery and Toilet Ar•
tides. rir- Pr eseept lons carefully compounded.
Public Avenue, above Searle's hotel, Montrose, Pa.
A. B. Bonze, Altos NICUOLEI.
Sept. 11, 1886.
D. W. SEARLE,
tiTTORICIEY AT LAW, office over the Store of Z
Cobb. opposite Searla's Hotel, Montrose, Pa.
May 1, 18U6.
DR. E. P. HINES,
"ETAS permanently located at Priendsvitle for tbepnr-
EL pose of practicing medicine and surgery in all its
branches. le may be Plead at the Jackson (louse.
Office hours from 8 a. to.. to 9 p. m. janittf
Priendsrille, Pa., Jan, 29th, 1898.
ROGERS & ELY,
locozusse•cil ..a.u.oticoase , 433r05,
mylos Brooklyn, Pa.
fehl 41tf Auburn 4 corners, Pa.
M. C. 'SUTTON,
ap7 65t1 Frlendsvllle, Pa.
C. S. GILBERT,
1.110 0 =LIZ C:IL 416.11.10 c> epe ,
sepl &41f Great. Bend, Pa.
SIRE AND LIFE iNsuntucce AGENTS. All
buslr,o4B attended to promptly. on fair terms. Of
fice Cast door north of • Montrose Hotel, - west ride of
Public Avenue, Montrose, Pa. [Jun. 1,1846.
ant E 10621 STnorD, - Crum.= L. BnourN.
C. 0. FORDHAM,
"1",00T cf. SP_ oE Denier end Mannfeetnrer Montrose,
11 Pa. Shop od Stain street, oue door below the Po.t
°Mee. All kinds of work. ..ede to eider, and repelling
doue neatly. jatal CS
Da. E. L. BLAKESLEE,
PLITSIICIAN 6; SURGEON, lista located at Bronalyn,
Snag's co., Pa. Will attend promptly to all calla
with which he may be favored. °Bice at L. hi. Bald
win's. pirirl 1 - 1 y
JOHN SA UTTER.,
10pESPECTFIILLY announces that he is now pre-
JUL pared to nut all kinds of Garments in the most
Fashionable Style, and warranted to flt with elegnnce
and ease. Shop over 1. N. Bullard's Store, Montrose.
• DOCT. E. L. HANDRICIi,
PRTSICIAIi It BURGEON, respeethilly tenders his
I. professional services to the citizen of Friends
villa atfd vicinity. Or Office in the oflice of Pr. Lect.
Boards - at J. Hosford's. J1)30 63tf
pYrALEn In Drugs, Medicines. Chemicals, Dye ,
Stuffs, Glass Ware, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Win
:cwOltias, Groceries. Fancy Goods, .Teweiry Pertu
ry..tc--Agent for all the most popular PATENT
EDICINES, —2don trose. Pa.
DR. \VAL SMITH,
raGtOlsl DENTlST,—Xfontrose, ::..
.70111ce in Lathrop' new building, over
the Bank. All Dental operalione will be •allilljbaaiii•
erformed in good style and warranted.
rt. LSITTONABLE TAILOR. Montrose, Pa. Shop
L' one door west of St.arle's Hotel.
ISErAII orders filled promptly, in first-rate kyle.
`7llt tiny. done on short notice, and warranted to lit
WM. W. SMITH,
riADINIST AND CHAIR MANUFACTURERS, —Foot
kJ of Main ',treat, Montrose, Pa. tt
FASITIONABLET&ILOR.—Ifontroso, Pa. Shop
in Pbasnlx Block, over store of Read. %strolls
Foster. All work warranted as to tit and finish.
"luting done on abort notice, in best style. jan'tlo
DALER in Staple and Fancy Dry Good's, Crockery,
Hardware, Iron, Stoves, Drn fs, Oils, and Paints,
Boots and Shoes, Fists and Caps. Po rs,Builalo Robes,
Groceries, Provisions, c.Z.e., New Milford, Pa.
W3l. 11. COOPER it- CO.,
BkITHERS. Montrose, Pa. Successors to Post.Coopyr
Co. Office, Lathrop's new building, Turnpike-st.
111771"11210 coOrsa ' HEADY DIIMHISIt.
A. 0. WARREN,
A TTOBXBY AT LAW. Bounty, Back Pay, Pension,
a. and Exemptlon Claims attended to. febl
ar °Mee Ant door below Boyd's Store,' Montrose, Pa
UNION HOTEL, NEW MILFORD,
Ps. Lately kept by R. C. Vail.
JOHN FAUROT, Proprietor.
Meals always ready. Time to eat, withont being
harried, for persona arriving on the stage, wiahing to
take the ears. 1(.26 tf
DAYTON HOUSE, GREAT BEND,
PA. NEAR THE RAILROAD DEPOT.
The noose is open at all flours of the night for the
acrommodalion of Passengers.
apOr DAVID TLIONIA.S, Proprietor.
Fire, Life and Accidental
GENERAL INSURANCE AOENCY,
Home insurance Co. of 27. Y., Capital and
Insurance Co. of North America, Phil'a,
Capital mad Surplus,
International Fire Insugince Co. of N. Y.
Capital and Surplus,
Girard Fire and Marine Insurance Co. of
Phira, Capital and Surplus.
Lycoming County Mutual insurance Co.of
Ma ncy, Penn'a, Capital and Surplus,
Farmer's Mutual Insurance Co. York, Pa.,
Capital and Surplus,
Enterprise Insurance Company, ThiPa,
Capital and Surplus,
Insuranc , Co. State of Pennsylvania, Phil.
Capital andSurpino, 700,000
Kensington Fire and M. Insurance Cu.,
Phira, capital and Surplus, LOO,OOO
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. of
Hartford. Conn.. paying 60 per cent.
dividends to the assured. Capital. 10,000.000
American Life Insurance Co., Philadel
phia, Capital, 1,000,000
Travelers'lnsurance Co. Hartford, Conn,.
Insuring against all hinds of accidents
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hart
ford. Conn., Capital and Surplus, 11,503,163
Putnam Fire Insurance Co., Hartford, Ct.,
business entrusted to our care will be attend
ed to on fair terms, and all losses promptly adjusted.
STROUD BROWN, Agents.
rilr'olllce first door north of" Montrose Hotel," watt
side of Public Areatfe.
Ha trams Srnonn.
Montrorr. Jan iv isr.e;
At the State rain of
New York, Illlinois, Virginia,
New Jersey, Michigan, N. Carolina,
Vermont, Wisconsin, Tennessee,
Pennsylvania, lowa, Alabama,
Ohio, Kentucky, Oregon,
Indiana, Missouri, California.
At the Fairs of the
American institute, Franklin Institute, Maryland In
stigma, Massachusetts Mechanics' Association,
Penn. Mechanics' Institute, St. Louis
Agricultnial and Mechanics'
And at. numerous Institute and County Fairs, including
all the Fairs at which they were exhibited the past
Fre , iprizes have also been awarded those saaeblpes at
the exhibition■ of
Paris, Dublin, Litz, Besancon, ,
Bayonne, St. Dizier, Chalons, /
Atd they have been thrniebed by *rectal command
Empress of France,
Empress of Austria,
Empress if Russia,
Empress of Brazil,
Queen of Spain, and
Quren of Bavaria
Tte Grover S Baker Mastic Stitch Sewing Machlnes
are superior to all others for the following reasona
1. They s ewdirect from the spools, and require no re
urloding of t:;read.
Th.•yp are more easily understood and used, end
less linble to derangement than any other machines.
A. They arc capable of executing perfectly. without
chant:, al adjustment, a much greater variety of work
than other machine.
4. The ititch made by theso machines is mach more
firm, elastic and durable. especially upon articles which
ruquire to be wuz=hed and ironed, than any other stltcn.
5. This stitch, owlet; to the manner in which the un
der thread is inwrought, is much the mutt plump ancl
beautiful in n•,, and r, tain‘ this ionmpriess and besturr
even noon articles frequently washed. and Ironed until
they arc worn out.
G. The structure of the scam is such that, thougol it
he cut or broken at intervak of only a few tltf:cheF, It
will neither open, run, or ravel, butremalus firm and
7. Unlike other machines, these fasten both ends of
the seam by their own operation.
8. With these machines, while silk in used upon the
right or face side of the seam. cot:on may be used upon
the other side without lessening the strength or dnra•
Willy of the seam. This can be done on no other ma
chine, and k a great saving upon all articles stitched or
made up with silk.
9. These machines, In addition to their superior mer
its as Instruments for sewing, by a change or ad.irkt
ment. ea-.ily learned and practiced, execute the most
beautiful an 4 pennanant embroidery and ornamental
Oct. 2.3.-10 m
pLTRE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD.-
.1_ the whitest, the moat durable. the moat cennem I rad.
Try it ! Manufactured only by ZIEGLER & SMITLI,
Wholegale Drug, Paint and Gla.e Dealers,
Jan3o 17 137 North 9d street, Philad'a.
fIEL AW A RE, LACKAWANNA and
WESTERN R R. Winter Arrangement, Dec. 3d.
WESTWARD. 1 EASTWARD.
Mail Evening Mall Even
train. I train. 1 STATIONS. train. teal
I , l[
A. . P. : , 11. P. PI P.
. 0 . , 9.00 i New York• . ... 5.50 1
1' 11.30 I Sew Hampton.... . 2.90
-. , 12,1 N j Manunka Chunk.... 1,35
eI 12 45 I Delaware ..: . .Dine .. 1,3' 1 1
i 4,3,1 13,10 'Scranton 9.45 I 6.20
..., ; 5,36 11,43 I Nleholeon 9.351 4,30
5.59 12,08 I Hopbot tom 9,15 4.05
1 -620 12.39 Montrone . 7,93 5,55
6,41 1 . 00 I New Milford... ..... 7.34 9,06
~, 7,00 1 1,35 1
Great Bend 7,15 2.40
a I, I P.M. IP. M *Foot of Liberty -at. A. MI P M
Tho Mail train from New York connects at Ifs
nunka Chunk with the train leaving IThilad'skEenslag.
ton depot) at 7.30 a. in.. and at Greatßend with through
mail train on the Erie Railway, with sleeping car at
tarhed, stopping at all she principal etatluns on that
road, and arriving at Butfhlo at 6,1 S a.m.
Th , . I assengor trahr. from Scranton connects at Get
Bend with through trains going treat and east on Brie
P.ail‘%ay, arriving at Buftalo at 1,28 a. m., and at Sala
manca at 12 Lt.
The Mall train from Great Bend connects there
with the Cincinnati Express on the Erie Railway from
the west ; at Itannnka Chunk with a train for Philad'a
and intermediate stations, arriving in Philadelphia at
8,30 p. in.; and at New Hampton with a train for Easton
Bethlehem, Allentown, Reading and Harrisburg, arri
at Harrisburg at 8,30 p. tn.
At Scranton. connections are made withtrains ontha
Lackawanna and Bloomsburg R.R. to and from Pittston
Kingston, Wilkesharre, Berwick. Bloomelnarg,Danville,
Northumberland. Harrisburg and intermediate stations,
and with trains on the Delaware and Hudson Railroad
to and from Carbondale and intermediate stations.
R. A HENRY, J. BRISKIN.
nov2l General Ticket Agent. President.
IRIE RAILWAY.—On and after Mon
day, November 19th. 1966. trains will leave Great
Bend at about the fullovring hours.
3.00 a. m. Night Express, 'Mondays excepted, for Ro
chester. Buffalo, Salamanca and Dunkirk, making di
rect co,nection with trains of the Atlantic and Great
Western, Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Railways. for
all points West ; also at Binghamton for Syracuse;
at Owego for Ithaca, and et Elmira for Canandaigua.
3.15 a. in. Lightning Expreis, Daily, for Rochester,
Buffalo, Salamanca. Dunkitk. and the West. Stops
at Great Bend on Mondays only..
5'27 a. m. Mail Train, Sandal's excepted, for Buffalo
to. Emigrant Train, Daily, for the West.
405 p. m. Day Express, Sundays excepted, for Ro
chester. Buffalo. Salamanca, Dunkirk, and the West.
Connects at Binghamton for Syracuse: at Owego for
Ithaca; at Elmira for Canandaigua; at Salamanca
with the Atlantic and Great Western Railway, and at
Buffalo with the Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Rail
ways, for 11l points West and South.
7, 21 p Express Mail, sundays excepted. fcr Erin,
Salamanca, and Dunkirk, connecting with trains
for the West.
1.00 p. m. Way Freight, Sendaye excepted.
04 e. m. Cincinnati Express. Mondays excepted,
Lecknwaxen for Hawley, and at Grayconrt for New.
bnr,r; and Warwick.
G p. m. Accommodation Train Daily.
1.51 p. in. Day Express, Sundays excepted.
910 p. m. New York and Baltimore 31.1), tioadays ex
3.4:3 a. in. Night Express, Daily, connecting et Cray
coo rt for Warwick.
WM. R. BARR. H. RIDDLE,
nov27 Gen'l Passenger Agent. Oen'l Snit,
WILDER'S PATENT. with Powder and Burglar
T T Proof Lock—(Key won't tly"out)—for sale by
HENRY . C. TYLER.
AIso—BUST FAMILY SEWING /UM:UNE IN TUE
Wlth finvaanni.e. FLED, to fasten ands of seams. Not
complicated—perfectly simple to all, ascept—other
ny-Plesee sail opposite " A. Lathrop's Store," and
SSE for yourself. Bold at Manoraetnrer's prices.
IL C. TYLER.
Vontrvse : Nor 47 IBM tf
C nLzy. no L Et aoTrir
GROVER & BAKER'S
1,122 AWARDin Tll3
GROVER & BAKER 8. M. CO..
495 Broadway, New Tork,
'MO Chestnut street, Phil 'a.
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE
CONN ECTION 9 —wtsTwAnD
C 0 NN ECTI faNS EAST WA RD
CI J 3. Ma .7—.
At Size. Otos. of
Guttenburg, Rosenbaum & Co•
And look at the ortenoive ansartsoont of
For Fall & Winter,
Beoeived Ws week trots Now Tort.
) 3 + 7 10
STOCK OF GOODS
IN "r Ow 7 ,
„rd pr;ees 80i:factory to every one
2.10!E X .Ir-a T-a IN. r 23 X1..."2" c ooxo s
SHAWLS, CL OAKS, FUR S,SKIRTS
AND FANCY GOODS,
too numerous to mention
Vita 0 TL.57 20 (6 I 9
And Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Any Quantity and Style
6utlenburß, liosenbaitin i: is
N. 8. DZSSAITEII, Managing Partner.
Montrose, Sept,. 18, 1866.
MIA. 1 1" IS, CAL1:2..5,
sa 3Li C3O Tr3CI IV ry
GLOVES & MITTENS,
BOOTS & SHOES.
ALL KINDS O
V k.NCY IVI3 aWr,
made to order, and Merchants supplied at the lowest
Now York rotes,
Th• public are invited to call, examine Goode, and
get the prices, If they don't the Goods.
ATUN, *ptsome. Atilt. 1. 1964
A FRESH LIT OF
NEW GOODS ,
JUST ARAITEDFOR TUB
At WILSOS, GRIFFIS & WARNER'S
e• lalin Parry .—A Minna Gol
'A, A/ den. Flaxen. and Silken
.. A. ,p CURLS
. produced by the two
. 1 0 of Pmf. Dalkuscx'a F RISER
'f- - ; . . 1.8 CR EVEA eti. Ono ap
plication warranted to curl
• ' "
„ Ph - the most straight and stub
born hair of either sex into
vravy ringlets or heavy mass Ave curls. Iles been used by
the fashiunabie. of Paris and London. with the most
gratifying results. Does no int nry to the hair. Price by
mail, sealed and post paid. $l. nescrlptive circulars
maned free. Address BERGER, STIUTTS .4. Co., Chem
lets, No. 285 River street, Troy, N. Y. Only agents for
the United States. myl lycfspq
CJ3ZIC ..M..rV311 - 1-aMa .t3.R..' fg
FOR RESIOVIN — G SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.
MO the Ladies especially, this invaluable depilatory
recommends itself as being an almost indispensable
article to female beauty, is easily applied, and does not
burn or injure the skin. but acts directly on the roots.
It is warranted to remove superfluous hair from low
foreheads, or from any part of the body, COM pktely. to
tally and radically extirpating the same, leaving the
skin soil .statioth and natural. This is the only arose
used by the French. and is the only real effectual depil
atory powder in existence Price $.l per package, sent
post paid to aav address. on receipt of an order, by
Licnocrt, Stirrrs S, Co., rhemtats.
tnyl 2.4.3 River Street, Tray, N. Y.
T i lOR Improsin- tad Bea uttfyire the complexion.
L The Mott Vii . .:a'de pert, t preparat 'on in (tee,
zivtne the Akin leautitni. pearl-IXEce tint. thnt irr
only Connd in youth. It quirk!) , r‘uoves tan. ft eckleA,
hlotehee. moth nAlch A, -a1t0.% no,', eruptions
and all lnapnrit les or kindly hca:ing the -acne,
leavine. tiv, Akin wn:Le and clear aA a'.lhaAter. Ita n.to
ratan) detect... , ' hr the LloAcrt Annum , v. and to i: ffn
yeeetahle p7nolnttion if perfectly harndne: It lA Inn
ouk nal:. to - i li• d nen: hi the French. at, I
Ah-red 11, tae P.,--ian 714 iudi,.peneablo to c peri , tt
t oil' t 1.•;,-,v,,r,;A of :vow hottleA were Add dunng the
pent vent. a alt h, it 11: Zllll.ra Wee of ire efllency frier
only 73 Chi. MalltAl. post paid. on receipt of an oreer
ii GltGElt, I'TTS St eltento.tA,
nut lyef-pq 4v river street, Troy. N. V.
4 2 1 tAiN PER YEAR ! We want Agents ever:c
-f.:7, I ,here to sell our IMPRON",.O sew.
1117. Marh!oes Three new - kinds. lender an I r a pper
fer . l. sot on trial. Warranted live yeare.
ay: or l .rire eaniral6slons The only rn.iehine. raid
in tne rnited Slates for ler-, time which are col'y
ii t ero. e d hy Howe. Wheeler Wi!Fon. Gro,,r t Bak, r.
Sir ear Fr ( . 0 . and Klehelder. All other cheap machine.
are intriugement,.. and the seller or user are liable to
arrest. Chill - 1141!:el.ri...ament. Illn.trated eirenlar4 sent
tree. Adt:ress. or call upon bit AW t:1 I.Nltli. at Bidde
ford. M.Line, or Chkuv. la. Elnly.nily•
Baldwin, Allen, &
71Z-ZL.3-27ZAN7671-I\7 l eta .ALICaX-aMINT
After rettrir.^ for thirty dare at '•h•trd 1-0 - tor." hare re
eumee buhine.e ai the o!ci Fotrid, toolcr
the o;on.. and inn of
BALDWIN, ALLEN k It/ITCHELL,
DE.k 1.1.P.S !N
Flour, Feed, Salt, Pink, Butter, Cheese,
Dried .1?Pfl, Homy, Fish, Smoked 11,11-
iout, CundleP, Tea, Coiree, Spires,
Syrup, 4114,1fisles, Sugar,
Clartr Sre,l, Flux-ned, Bruns,
Yui ic. etr.
Thankful for port patronaze. be happy to see
and wait npon nue Phi and yew enstoniers.
All Good 4 and Flour warranted.
A. BALDWIN. W. L. ALLEN. S. N. MITCHELL.
Montrose, Apr :r`
Qfl A 'MONTH l Azent4 wanted for air. ertirrft
ne•\c article.. just out. Atkin. J ., 0. T
TREY, City Building, Biddeford, Me. [nue29tl)'
Ik•T -MN7i7" 'MOP C:0 31E1:10
MINER & COAT
rust's building, below Boyd's Comer, is the place to
ROHR, GROCERIES, IHD
CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP!
Would Inform the nubile that they are now opening a
New and Choice Stock of FA MI IN ORO:A.:RIES, Just
received from New York, which they will sell cheap for
cash, or exchange for all kinds of Farmer's produce,
We hare made arrangements with one of the hest
Commission Houses in New York for shtpplog Butter
and Produce, and will furnish Palls free of charge, and
on consignments of Butter. Aiso, CASK 4aid for But
ter, Grain and Eggs.
A fre.h supply of GARDEN VEGET4.BLES, by Ex
press, always on hand.
C-V — Thankful for the liberal patronad already re
ceived. we hope by dealing honorably with our custom
ers to still further c xteud our trude.
C. G. MINER. . . N. R. COATS.
Montrose, June 6. 1360. 3m
I~EMINGTON & SON, manufacturers
of REVOLVERS, RIFLES. MUSKETS and CAR
BINES for the G S Service, Also Pocket Belt Revol
vers, Repeating Pistols, Rifle Canes, Revolving Iliiles,
rifle and shot gnu barrels and gun materials sold by gun
dealers and the trade generally.
In these day* of House breaking 'and Robbery, every
House, btore, Dank and office should have one of
Parties desiring to avail themselves of the Into Im-
Orovements in Pistols, and superior workmani hip and
form, will And all cormAned in the new
Circulars, gontaining cuts and description of our
Arms, will be furnished upon application, •
aP/O'D E. REMINti'PON SONS, Ilion, 'S. Y.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
TiIB enbeerlber respectfally informs the public that
he has leased the
of ff. C. Clemons, near the Fonndry of Sayre Brothers.
Customers will do well to call, as they can act every.
thing done in the Blacksmithing line neatly and prompt
ly for each.
Or Particular attention given to Horse Shoeing.
EDWARD P. STAMP.
Montrose, Dec. 26, tf
L. Q. KEELER
B ratio Robes Cc Ladies' Furs,
A choice lot, for rale at low Agues, by
Nrw Witold, NOT 13. 1R66
RIMER a COATS
GROCERIES & PROISIONS
CRANE, HOWELL & CO.,
ARE now receiving a large and wellwlelected stock at
new goods, consisting in part of choice . coma's'
FLOUR, DAIRY SALT, • ,
SUGAR, TABLE SALT, •
. SIRUP BBL SALT,
CHOICE TEAS, ' BRUSHES.
FRUITS. NAILS, ae.
mu, ROPE, it.
and in fact a choice variety of all kinds of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
which we are bound to sell wholesale or retall,
cheap for cash or-ready pay.
Call and see before baying elsewhere, for we tars
pleasure lu showinc our goods, whether you buy or net.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
taken in exchange for Goods at the beat market ogees.
ihr'Shop in basement of Boyd's betiding next below
Also, Moat Market 'Adjoining,
Where Fresh Meats and Fish of all kinds are kept tor
0. M. CRANE. JOEI4 HOWELL. P. T. FERGERSON
Montrose, May 1, 1566.
Manhood: How Lost, How E -
T UST antr'lshod. anew edition, or Dr. Culver.
.4 WeIPN Celebrated Essay on the mit t .' c ure
(svitilaut tuitiicliie) of leetnitAtonnuot•, of
Weaktese, frivoluutery Sea ad Lo,ee, Impotency,
'onte] and Physical Incapacity, Itnpedimente to Mar.
ri,l„-e. etc. • al-o, Conenniption, Eulleney. end Fite, in
duced by eel!' I ndulgenee or etticuta ex traN native.
a" Price. in n eealed envelope, only s t two,
Th.. .•'.• , .raterl author In thin admirable essay rl m ii
... -3 re.. from a thirty yearn' successful practice,
'lr I Lt . :n;(7 e‘ntsentlences Of setalntre own; ha
rqdo..l:ll , cured nithout the dangerous tIEC (rt mteryt
med,eine or the uppl lent 1.. n of the knife—pointing t
. mode .ifr,,re at once simple. certain and Mental, by
‘n, of whie:i every sufferer, no mett'r what los cop
11 , ion may be may cure himself aply, privately and
i.- o `"Th:s, Lecture shoeli n the hands of every
conch end every man In the and.
Sent. under nenl. Ina, plain envelope. to Any address,
peat pvitl. nn reeeipt of six cents, or two peat stamps.
Address the publishers.
CURS. C. EXINE & CO., •
tr flowery, New York, Poet Office box 4,550.
March' 0, I=tifl—lystun.
HUNT BROTHERS ,
hol evale S Retail Dealers in •
EA Le DLOYV22 Lk.
1 . ! N E E . ; c r,ry 77,pst*NK TRA IL SPIKES
RAIL R o p Jr IN G 6UPPLI
CARRIAGE. • 4 PPINGS. AXLES, SKEIN'S AND
' EuX Ite,LTS. NUTS and WASHERS,
PLATED BANDS. MALLEABLE
FELL OEs. SEAT SPINDLES. BOW.R.
ANvms, sTocEs and DIES, BELLOWS
HAMMERS. SLEDGES. FILES. Arr. tr..
CIRCULAR AND MILL SAWS, BF! TING. PACKING
TACKW, BLOCKS, PLASTER PARIS
rEM ENT, HAIR AL GRINDSTONES
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS LEATHERS FINDOGI
F. , ranthn. March 181.4. 13'
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD
WILL (In more and better work at a given cost, nu',
V Nu ) . when Try it!
I^ ., firtu•ed only by ZIEni.F.II S SMITH
Sth,,7o-31e. Drug, Paint. ird n Insn Dealers,
jan3o fy 1.7; North 3d street, Philad's
LADIES' rANCir rIIRS,
AT JOHN J'AREII?A'S
Old Est(rldishrd 'Fur hinAufartory,
:So. ARCH STREET. ftbovo
IIAXE nnw in tit ore of my own mantlactnre and fm•
- partmion. one of the latz,nat and moot b.nutifill
select of FANCY F FRS. for Ladles' and Childrrn'a
wciiran the City. Also, a nue aaeortment of Gera
I am enan;ed to di t.poso of my roods nt vary reason , •
hie prier,, and („,viiiild t'leretiire it licit A call from My
friends of SurqUc hanna county and vietofty.
Remember the name, number and street
No. 718 ARCH St. ab. 7th, south side, PHILAD'IL
t4Y I have no Partner, nor connection with,agy otb
or Store in Philadelphia. Oct. 16, iluajw
lI °WARD Iltartociation.Pbtladelplila,
of the Nervous; Urinal') and sex.
111:1 Pv.atrma— new and retltibly trertmeni 11 Itepott, of
the lIO ICA RD ASSOCIATION. ent Fp mall sealed
tet.er enVelopes. free or chnree. Address Dr. J. Sc it Its
IlouoivroN, Howard Aspoclation,tio 2 South 9th street
Phradt .10 1, fa. Pa.
R EADY MADE CLOTHING
ut the Falrdale Cheap Store
"THE FAMOUS BARBER."
Come and see the famous Barbet,
Famous Blither. late of Halal
Late of Bari, now et Weeks',
'Now at F. B. Weeks' Store ROOM.
Find me shaving and shampooing,
Find me cutting hair to soft von,
Find me ready at your service.
At your gervicv, MARL= uoraus
Vlontrose,Oct, 15, 150. tf
La ;.s.kawanna & Bloomsburg R R.
ON and after November 27, 1805, passenger trains
will run as follows;
A. M. A. N. P. W.
Leave Scranton; 5:50 10:50 4:80
" Kiagpton, 6:55 11:15 6:20
" Rupert. 9:15 f.:53
" nanvtlle, 9:50 9:30
Arrive at Northumberlandi 10:50 10:11
Lcavo N'ortheiniherlrnd, 8:00 3:03
" Danville, 8:4 3:40
" Rnpert, 0:15 .a. N. 4:15
Rineston, WS 8:30 6:63
Arrive at Scranton, i1:41.5 9:35 selo
PaYsenpre biking train youth from Scranton Ps 5 : 50
a. m. vh Northumberland, reach Itarrlohnrg at 9:80 P.
m.; Baltimore 5; Vp. m.; Washington MOO p. r 1 34 VII
in pert react , Philadelphia at 7:00 0. m.
Klngsban, NOV. :5. 11. A. FONDA, Supt.
WEBB &' BUTTERFIELD
Arc now retoiving their NoW Stock ot
ico at. ,
whicb wUI bo sold
CMC33.A.Ma N7C)Wi. C 1.41.1931.
Summer Drew Goods,-Silks, Grenadine',
Challies, Printed ambries, Lawns,
Mnslins, Prints, Del:lines,
Poplins, gate tt Caps,
Groceries, Crockery, Vardwaro,. &e. Zerh
wasp a ntrrrturna
liontrosw, May 29, ISUL.