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Local News* • -
We weaid-be' thankful to Zioni 7 friends
throughout.the county for such local news
as will beef interest to our readerti.i 13suid
us the facts, and we will - pntAtitimin
proper shape for publication.
Stamps on Notes. •
Promissory notesare liable toz:stamt du
ty of five cents for each sloo.or.froettonnl
part thereof. If a note contains any spe
cial agreement, @rich as "waking the stay
of execution, right to inquisition, appeal,
or exemption, it is liable to an additional
duty of Ave cents. Notes containing a
confession of judgment are liable to an
additional starp duty of fifty cents When
entered of record. Sealed. notes are sub
ject to the same duty as other notePi and
'rho new Odd Fellows' Hall recently
erected at ,Jacksou Corners, Susifa co.,
Pa., will be dedicated to the use of the
Order on Thursday, Feb. 14th; 1867.
A public lecture will be delivered at
the churoh by A. 0. Warren, Esq.-to
commence at 11 o'clock, a. ru. All niem
bers of the Order, and the public general
ly, aro invited to attend.
By order of Committee. 2w
Donation Patty. '
A Donation party will be held at the
house of G. N. Allen, South Bridgewater,
on Thursday, Jan. 31, for the benefit of
Mrs. Moran, widow of John Moran, who
wAs . killed y a saw, while sawing wood,
leaving in very destitute circumstances a
widow and' five small children. The fam
ily are now really suffering for the neces
saries of life, and it has-been decided to
take this means for their relief. Old
folks in the afternoon ; young folks in ti.e
evening. Those who prefer are invited'
to bring clothing, grain, potatoes &c., it:-
stead of money.
Commit tee.-. Hen ry Baxter, Isaac Lak.-,
D. G. Carey.
Jan. 29, 1867.
History of the War.
A History of the War between the !
States—tracing its origin to origival I
causes and results—by Hon. Alexander
H. Stephens, late Vice President of the
" Confederate States," is now in press,
and will .soon bo issued by the National
Publishing Co., No. 507 Minor. street,
Philadelphia.. This work will doubtless
be a dignified and impartial history 't,f
those Four years of terrible ,strife.. The
writer's acknowledged enpacity;ftis facili
titls for the acquisition of facts from sour
ces which have been almost closed to
northern book-writers, with the fact that
lie always gave his voice and influence on
the side of peace and unity, renders him
the fittest man for the accomplishment of
the work, perhaps in the country.
The book will be, sold by.subscription.
Agents wanted to canvass every neigh
borhoud—to whom liberal commissions
will be paid. Address National
Co No. 001 Minor street, Phira.
Eiried by a:licrsa.
We learn that on Saturday, 19:h, vbile-1
Mr. Orson Payne, residing about' five
miles from New Milford, was at, work in
his stable, he was kicked on the head by
one of his horses, and lived but a few mo
ments after. The horse was newly shod,
and Payne's skull was badly shattered by
the corks of the shoe.—Penasylvamiaii.
The friends of Rev. - S. T. Bowen wilt
make him a Donation at. the bodge of H.
Reynolds, in East Bridgewater, on the
afternoon and evening of Feb. 13. All
are invited to attend.
Commonwealth vg. Charles Lltt. Sure
ty of the peace. Bridget McC.irty, pro: -
ecutrix. On hearing, Court dismiss the
case and direct the prosecutrix to pay the
Common wealth v s. Bridget McCarty,
Surety of the peace. Peter Maxwell„
prosecutor. On hearing, Court dismisa
the complaint and direct prosecutor to
pay the costs.
Common wealth vs. B. B. Fox. Indict
ment, assault and _battery. Daniel Greg
ory, prosecutor. Defendant pleads guil
ty, and is sentenced to pay a fine of five
dollars and costs. r
Commonwealth vs. Olney Bailey and
Mioerßailey. Indictmenti , riot. „11. W.
Gates, prosecutor. Court t ertuit settle
merit ofalia case, upon payment of costs.
Commonwealth YR. Henry W. Drake.
Indictment, ,selling liquor to minors. Ver
dict, not guilty, and prosecutors to pay
Commonwealth vs. H. W. Gates.
dictment, keeping a bawdy house. Olney
Bailey, prosecutor. Court permit' settle
ment of this case on payment of costs.
Commonwealth vs. Peter Clifford. In
dictment, refusing to assess. Jury with
. drawn, and aefendant-diseharged.
Ellen Idaxwell:` vs. Charles' "Lou. Ver
dict for...plaizAffor, $1.50. -
Take &sheet, of notepaper, foldit careful
ly, andificlose a bank !lute sufficleoly large
to pay up arrearages. Piep youreye ou
the prinwr, and if you -detect a . emile,itba
trick is a , siCe4:ol, -`
To the We if School Biardi
Tflo County suOrintenflentae9oo4l44.
requests the Secietasiesi - of - the eeveral
Maids to send to him th'e list of teachera
employed in the several School Districts,
together with the name "of " - each School,
and the salary paid to each teacher.% ~
New Blilfttrd, Jan, 22 , 1867.
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4 1 -41cOr Ake Democrat.
The Stork NI&
• The public are suffering great ineonven.
fano., ii pfinseipietice of onr,puhlie roads
blcseka tip =with subs► Miring - the
winter, and there is evidently a relax•
tan ce on , the part of some to. volunteer to
open the roads. As wii have no law to
.mhdy. the. evil. it is,tboirght best lehave
an act passed at- the pretient session of the
Legislature to remedy 'the evil complain•
Let all Who afe ,in favor of such a law
cut. out the following form of petition,
este it of a 064' of paper, obtain all the
signers they can; and ,forward it /to the
Hon. J. T. Cameron, Harrisburg, . Pa., at
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Thii Atinuitt Meeting of the Sttsqn °him -
ua County Agricultural .Society was held
at the Court House, Tuesday evening,
Jan. 22d, 1867. The President, Capt. J.
C. Morris, in the. Chair. The Society
being called to order, the minutes of the
last - meeting were read and approved.
On motion of M. L. Catlin, it was
Resolved, That the Society recommend
to the Executive Committee Wednesday
and Thursday, Sept. 11th and 12th, 1867,
as the time for holding the next 4..nnual
gn motion - the report of A. Lathrop,
tie Treasurer, was read and referred to
the executive Committee.
Oa mutton the report of the exeetitiye
committee was-read and adopted.
Resolved, Thatlliie firentiam awarded
tl - Mr:r:li.p4zior:priagviltei p - aidiijt
66 - Treasurer; also,_ that the premium
awarded by error -tti-C. J. Hollisti„,7 fur
ca yes be paid to E. Tiffany.
Smile . isnt isiversy -, arisi tig,- in 'relation to
.the Ist preMium on plowing, on motion,
further discussion. was postponed until
the next meeting.
On motion of J-$, Tarbell it was
On motion of Wm. IL Jessup, eeq., it
.-Itesolvell, That all premiums on native
eattle hereafter be,nbolished.
On motion of Wm. 11. Jessup, esq ,it
Resolved, That a premium of ten dol
lars be off,red to the dairyman
,who / phall
produce the greatest amount of butter
per cow from a dairy of not less than ten
cows: ; The premium to be awarded at,
the .Aniiitat meeting it) January, under
such rules as the , executive - Committee
. On motion it was
Itt-soliea; That the executive Commit
tee offera premium at .our neat Annual
fair for the five best Durhamoalves. Five
best 'grade - Durham calves. • Five best
1 Devon calves., Five best grade Devon
calvei. Five best Ayrshire calves. Five
best Alderney calves. -
The sobiety then proceeded to elect
the following officers for the ensuing year :
Wm. 11. Jessup, esq., president; , Da
vid Summelf,"E..,T., Tiffany, ,Irice Preei
eenia;A:Vtink, executive CoMmittee;
Lathrop, Treasurer; C. W. Tyler, Score
tdry; C:111. Gore, Corresponding Secre-
On motion soojety adjourned to meet
Tuesday evening,-2d week April court.
W,lf. H. •JEttlittP, President.
C. W. Th.En, Secretary.
A: B.:Smith-has eoid' the Mitchell farm,
and will sell at auction, on Wednesday,
Feb. oth,-Awentreour*, three two-years
old heifierw,'-iine - pair tWO:yOrs old : steers,
seven yearling heifers,. 0110 pair
steers, one yearling bull, five mil, one
sheep (a good churner),horse-power,
thriphing machine, .drag saw, circular
_saw; Cams-ant' w,BuCkeye tit &Wing 'Ma
.chitte, horse ,rake, - hand rakes, fanning
pocket grist mill; corn sheller, two
cans tc four= wagons, !oafi ; s craper , plows,
bars,islitit,els*,' lasting drills, sarpenter'e
work :bbtick,:,wigij.F94 4,00.74 iron vice,.
scythes, grain cradles, rope, hay, grain,
two hives bees; vinegar, potatoes, white
lead, linseed oil, chrome yellow, window
glass, putty, tar e . candles, lard, tallow,
pork, nails , (astortedy,ick l -tortie shoes,
churns, milk pans, milk pails, swill pails,
grind Aros e _ axekiron, weOgs i ox-yokes,
field fc;ller," sticelyOrdS, Steel '
trips, and• a
la of other traps not tue numerous to
C. 'S. Atittioneer.
New Milford, Jan. 22, 1867. 3w
trirlrhe Confessions mind IVxpeilence or an.
Published fur the benefit and as a caution to
y,,ung men and others, who sufferfrom nervous debility,
premature decay of manhood, etmsupplyinget theatre
time the means of self-cure: , BT ono who hna cured him
,aelfalter Onderyrott4eoOkiderdhle quaOlterY.:l3l. extol o
sine alinfit paid adiliessed envelope, n vincle copy. two
of charao may be had of the author. NATHANIEL, lit AY•
FAIR. Esq., Brooklyn. Binge co. N.Y. jant3o lystripl
Dr:•=roB , B))!JlNTilkilti'-2 1 11LS
4 41:41 I):X*7-N r!).'oEsl
These rili. are composed of various roots, haying the
perm to Mix mealtime of the liver as promptly' and
effectually as blue pill or unorcary, arid mithaid producing
any of those dlmentaable or dangerous alma which often
follow the use of the latter.
In all bilious disorders time PIM may be wed with coat
dance, as they promote the dlasharge of vitiated bile, and
ramose those charts:arms from the liver end Mary duct;
which are the patogrtf bniClMlCOCtian.: l,, Vinena•
SCHEHOMMINDHAENTILLB ciao Sick Headache,
and all disorders of the Liver, indicated by sallow skin, coated
Jloaguo t aistbreoteas, 4rowshiess, lad a amoral faller of was.
Asap ierstisadbide,ahowhig that the liter b la a torpid .ar
In short, than Bin mar be me& with
, edvantage In all
eases when eruptive or alterative medicine is required.
Pease ask for "Dr. lichencre Mandrake PUB," and
einem that the two likenesses of the Doctor are on the
Gkiasranieut stamp—nue when In the ]net stags of Con•
Gumption, and the other in his present health.
Bold by all Druggists and dealers. tiles 15 cents per box.
Principal Office, No. 15 North 6th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
General Wholenale.Agenta: DCLOA3 Eames & Ce.,11 Park
Mew. Now York; B. B. Hann, 105 Baltimore Bt., Balti
more, Idd. John D. Park., N. E. cur. of Fourth and Wal
nut St., Cincinnati, Ohio; Walker & Taylor, ISt and Mel
Wahl& AsesnitO,Chittagq.ilL ; Cedihts Statham southwest
earner of &ma and Vino Bla., Bt. Louis, Mo.
BY — Deafness, Blindness and • Catarrh
Treated with the utmost success by Dr. J. ISAACS.
Oculist andataist:(fitmetly of Le;dep,lland.) No.
519 Pine Street. PhilaAelphia. Testimonials from the
most reliable sources in the City and Couniry can be
seen at his office. The mediml faculty are invited to
accompany died" ttitients; as he has no secrets In his
practice. ARTIFICIAL EYES inserted without pain.
No charge for examination.
Philadelphia, Say 1, 1556. ly.
rirA Cough. A Cold, or A Sore Throdl,
REQCITIES IMMEDIATE ATTENTION,
Ti ALLOWED TO CONTINUE,
Irritation or the Lungs,
♦ Ifertnapsnt Throat Disease,
B IV - 14 ' S
MATING A MULCT UCTLEENCE TO TUE •ARTS,
For i ttronohitia, Asthma, Catarrh, Consumptive
• - and Throat .Diai,ases,
Tnoctrzs Alpe. VISED trl2:B ALwATis oc;ou KC= SS
SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAgERS
will find Troches useful in cleiiing thO ioke when ta
ken before Singing or Speaking, abd relieving the
throat after an unusual exertion of the secs) organs
The Troches a_re recommended end e preseribed by Phy
sicians, and have had testimonials from eminent men
throughout the country. Tieing en article of title merit,
and having proved their efficacy by a test of many years
each year finds them in new localities in various parts
of the world, and the Troches are universally pronoun
bed better than other articles.
OISTAIX only " DnowN's BnorwmAt. Tnocurs," and
do not trke any of the Wort arst /mlfalions,that rnny be
offered. Sold everywhere. nov27 6m smytt2
garvki3EL IMIDBRELL is continually receiving
new supplies of Genaine Drugs and Medicines. which
will bo sold as low , silt say ahoy-Sic-a. to
OrLiarpire Shuttle ilaviritla Machines
arc superior to all others for Family and Manufacturing
purposes Contain all the latest Ira orovements ; are
speedy ; noiseless; durable; and easy to work. Illus
trated Circulars 'tree. Agents wanted. Liberal dia.
want allowed: No consignments made.
Address EMPIRES. M. tX)., 816 Broadway, New York.
At the M. E. Parsonage in Lymanville,
Dec. 30, 1866, by Rev. J. F. Wilbnr, Mr.
NATHAN G. SITEIWIAN, of Springville, and
Miss NARY F. CpIP, of Lemon s Wyo. cc.
At the house of the bride's father, Jan.
Stli, 1867, by Rev. J. F. Wilbur, Mr.
LEDYARD P. MACK; of Brooklyn., and Miss
Jitssis E. AVERY, of Lemon, Wyoming
Aribe T Di' ,
Paisontge - in Brookin,
by lter. S. F. Brown, Dtr. MARcrs F'.
Bc,TrvN.. nn4l._Miss ELIZA, L. STRICKLANDi•
both Or 1-iringvil le. •
07 — Notices of marriages and deaths published free
of eharge. Obituaries published if paid for at the rate
of Arty cents per hundred words.
In Neonah, Wisconsin, on:the 12th inst.,
MART ANN M. BLACRMAN, wife of David
Blakely, and daughter of Doct. J. Black
man, formerly of this place, in the 44th
year of her age.
" Asleep in Jesus."
At Nicholson, on -the 29th of Novem
ber, JVLIA BACON, wife of E. N. Bacon,
Esq., aged 51 years.
In Brooklyn, Dec, 25,1880, SAMUEL A.
BROWN, Esq., in the 80th year of his age.
lle was one (,)f , the early settlers of Sus
quehanna "county, and for many years a
resident of I)imock township. He held a
commission . as Justice of the Peace from
1818 to 1855. Honest, 'industrious and
kind, ho was esteemed by all who knew
NEW YORK NEARRETS.
Reported for the MONTROSE Dzsioenar. by Fenton,
Fitzgerald & Tracy. strictly Produce Commission Mer
chants, 88 Whitehall Street, New York, for the week
ending Jan. 96, 1867.
Flour, per bbl. 1110,00 09 14,00
Wheat, per bnehel, 2,50 0, 3,00
Rye, do 1,23 0 1.83
Cara, , eo ~ , .1.10, 411. 1,25
at', do ' l q -1 1, 10
Bauer, per I.b. ' 40' erp . ' 56
Cheese," '; 10 fa 20
Pork, arse, pe.r . bbL VlOO Q 91 0
Beef, mesa, '. " ' • 12,00 e 0 18,00
Lard, per lb. „.. ,
~.. •-, . ,
~, 12 '
Tallow. " " , .. . . 11 a 12
Eggs, per doz. ..
Aool. Per lb• 60 65 65
. Dreesed Elns, per lb. .... . ......... . 8 a 9
Lab, ( UM w. ea. main
L D , SHOULD DE CHECKED
74ii4iiiilliiiiiii. 7 T'
11111111 MTH HIM
xyciTten is hereby given that the undersigned bas
.11 been appointed by the President of the United:
States, Assessorof Internal Moven:the for the 12th Cot- ,
lettion.JMittriet of Pennsylvania, composed u( the coati- I
ties of Luternennd Stlectileheana. The -follOsehag ap
phintimente have been made of Aseistatit Asseosors :
F. W. BoTLE, New Milford. Division 4, comprising
the teranittlpe of Mew Milford, Great Bend,: Liberty;
Oaktand; Harmony, Thonieoh; - Jackson, and the bor
°cabs ef.New Milford, Broat .13end and Susquehanna
1 - " D".. Stones, Carbondale. DI " 'CompiKng
, Carbondulecity atuttownshipaell. Orgendeld, Scott;
. . . .
. . ,
L. Li. .1422, rlltston. DlVlslou 8, enuiprising• Pitts.
toe, W.cat•Pittuton, the tottpahipe of Pittston., NPTtng
Brook Covington, Lachawnnon, Newton atulitanrom.
'O. N. 'REtcrterlD, R ilkcehurre. Dlvtetudl compris•
ing WurdA No. 2 imd 3 of Wilkeeharre.that part of Ward
No. I embraccd.by that portion of Riveretrect between
Mirka% and Union, that. part of Wilkesbarre township
proith of the root leading to Prospect Rock. Hanover,
Wright. Newport,Dorrance, itoUoutmck, Neseopec and
Jona Gonatax, Tlazieton. Division 12, comprising
the borough of Ifni.letou, the townships of Beale, Fos
ter, Denison, Butler, Sugar Loaf and Black Creek. •
The assistant assessors in the other divisions remain
as heretofore. .
All persona residing within any of those Divisions
will make their rettirna to theassistant assessor of their
proper division, and make application through' him for
a permit to transact any business requiring payment of
special tax ; and any person neglecting to Make returns
is liable to penalty.
All assessors nod assistant assessors, ore required by
law to note spy breach of the laterruit„ Revenue laws,
both in not.allixing properßayons, .or in iynnsaeting
host sees• Without having paid the special tar when the
same is required, and to report the same to the proper
officer for prosecution.
A. J. GERRITSON, Assessor
- for the 12th District. of Pennsylvania.
Montrose, Jeri. 29, 1262. 4w
IV 3.• 12i7 ar.a.xx_a.
MBE' C ommissloners of Eittegnehanna Ccinnts will
L reco Ive staled proposals until the 4th of March
next, for the erection of a new Jail in said County.
The plans and specifications are at the office of sai d
Commiislroners, and will at all times be accessible for
the exami nation of niches desire to bid for the crec-
on thereof, by calling on Wm. A. Crossmon, Com
The commissioners do not hind themselves to at.
cept the lowest offer that may be made, but reserve the
right io accept ()touch proposal as will secure the erec
tidn of the building to the most durable and workman
By ortleco I the Commirsloners. • •
W. A. CROSSMON, Clerk
Commissioners` Orllee, Montrose, Jan. 22, 1867.
Courts of Appeal.
Tlig Commissioners of Susquehanna County have
fixed upon the following days and dates respec
tively for hearing appeals from the assessment for the
year 1882, at the Commissioners' in Montrose. to wit:
Apolacon, Choconut and Little Meadows, Tuesday,
• Forest Lake, Friendrrille and Middletown, Wednes
Franklin. Liberty and Silver Lake, Thursday, Feb.2l.
Auburn, Jessup and Rnah, Friday, Feb. 22.
bimock, Lathrop and Springville, Saturday, Feb. 23.
Great Bend township and borough, and New Milford
to% nthip and born, Monday, 25.
Harmony, Oakland, Susquehanna-boro, Ararat, Jack
eon and Thom Fork, Tuesday, 20.
Mbntrose, Bridgetyater and Broidilyin, St, •
Feb. 27. ,
Clifford, Dander'' Lenox, Gibson, Bit - flirt! end Her
rlek.,Thnrodav, F'eb. 29.
Fly order of the Comrn intim) cry.
W3f. A. CKOSSMON, Clerk.
Ci;intalesionere' Office, ilonttose, t
. 2:kl, 1867. •
ESTATE OF ORS-ON PERRY, late
.. er•New 31Ufard, Bustfa coanty. Pa.. deed.
Letters ofedmlnlatratlon upon the estritirof theallore
named deccdan t Laving been granterito -the undersign
ed, all persons ipLebted to said estate are hereby notl-
Oct° make immediate payment,' Brit :these- baying
eta Bagful:tat-the same to precut them dby anthmkti
dab) for Battlement.
WM. C. WitRD,
Attu , Milford, Jan. V.,1857. •
VSTATE OF PATRICK DRISCULL,
1:2 deceased, late of etusq's Depot, Suininehanna
Imttentofadministration upon the estateof the above
named decedent haring been,,ranted to the undersign
ed, persons indebted to =ld estate are hereby noti
fied to make, immediate payment, and those haring
claims - against the same to present them duly autttentL.
cited for settlement.
nuan P. DORAN. Adm'r.
ELEANOR DRISCOLL, Adm'x
Orent Bend, Dec. 25, 1806.
TILE undersigned. an auditor appointed by the Or
phan's Court of Susquehanna County to distribute
the balance of the fund in the hands of Sally Ann Lang
ley, administrate:, among the heirs and legal repre
sentatives of the estate of - Heury Langley, detede will
attend to the duties of his appointment at his office in
Montrose, on Thursday, the 17th day of January, A.D.
1867. at one o'clock, p m.. at which time and place all
persons are required to present their :claims or be for-
Ever debarred from coming in upon said fund.
JAMES Z. C.IRIJALT, Auditor.
Montrose, Dec.lB, 1866. •
et LASS and STONE FRUIT JARS, and also Spear's
Vf Frn it Preserving, Solution, fur sale by- f_ '
Bept..llth 1866. . ABEL ABEL TIIBEELL.
jetir VARIETY OF GOODS'
tst tho Fatrattle Cheap Worn
lALUM FIRM FOR HIE I
SITUATED in the township of Jackson, in the Conn
ty of ticusquelutuna, containing about
with one hundred and sixty acres Improved, Dwelling
House. good Barns, well watered—a first rata farm for
Said farm 'will be sold altogether. or in parcels to nit
purchasers. Terms of payment made easy. For further
information call upon A. Chamberlin, Doq.. Montrose,
or upon the subscriber.
L. D. 88N8074,
Administrator of Hosea Benson, der.'d.
Jackson, Sept. 4, 15.16. tt " •
ElllllllllOll Of BOMB I
OLDIERS Congress has Just passed. an act to equal
lee your Bounties 1 Those who have not already
done so, should make immediate application. Wid
ows, heirs or parents of Soldiers who have died in the
service, are entitled to the same bounty the soldier, if
living, would receive. Having already prepared over
two hundred claims, those who have delayed making
application will find it greatly to their advantage to
give me scan.
Invalids and widows entitled to an increase of pen
sion under act approved .lane 6,1866, should also make
application. Information free.
CIECO. P. LITTLE,
Licensed Government Agent.
Montrose, Aug. 7,1866. -if
1.) E:11 I NGTON & SON, manufacturers
11) or REVOLVERS, RULES, MUSICETS and CAIt,
Bum for the V 8 Service. AlsoPochet dAtelt Revol
vers, Repeating Pistols, Rifle Canes, Revolving Mee
ride and shot gun barrels and gsat materials sold by gun
dealers and the trade generally.
In asse 'dap of Howebreating and -RoMery, every
HOW, Store, Bank and offlOeilltottini harie one qf
Parties '4leSiilng ta'avail R(Uinseiresf, ihel late im
urovementw Pistols, and superior
form, will find all comhinedin the new
Circulars, , ontaining dda and description of our
Anne, will be furnished upon application.
aplOoy) RattIINWPON:d• SORS,,Rion, V. Y.
. '", Vi.El.ll.3lirw
CO:4TITNING 1851"Reiee, - twolotlet west of .Nont
rtme,;.. forsake CEIZAP,..tir -, . :Jr. 1. 11 .. • . • ._ • •
.. , ...,•—••.,,..T. iiiiiliTS E"
Montrose, Ebi.lB, e lo4. ..., : tf, ,
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- NEW - FIRM. •
nnRE subscriber baying formed is partnership
I _llll,l. -A. snrirmacc , 'wishes tesnake bis bes
bows"tolis old Customers. and inform : theeathstth e
Mercantile Department. , , of the heelless *rill IlereasiVor
be carried on.by O. D. }ieman dc CO. with increased
capital and facilities, a large week of New Goode in al
departments, a store thoroughly refitted, and
The Watch-making Department
Is retainedby.me, and tvilliecetie toy fiersonnl atten
tion. 1 have secured thescrvicga of Dint C. fi. IS 0 1.1)-
BYE, a gentleman-who bad tia,twenty•fkreyettre In the
bestaltopeof.Eutups,.antrhXxito dtmerAtte the roan
try. I shall 'therefore lie os . k. to 'do all 'work within
three days from the timotrit left.
. " The ,s otocliaidleureliy
Will be; oirneirby yak,' wllido all work ih
that line promptly; hbd in the best Ftyfe.
O.D. Erg AN.
will eonstillitit fair assortment of ems fullowine goods,
suitable fof thin Market. width will be so d lost. sed
many of theni"lower, Ilan by any ono else this side of
New Irotli - any, • •
Arndt/lean, Swiss and kigia, both gold and silver.
SETT THOMAS CLOCKS,
vtyli a ,incinding tel;ata &ten aer Clocks.
which tell th'etiroY the finial and .week, also the
name orthe•month„, making the • changes for every
month correctly, with 110 Chre but'io wind them once
wecek. • .
Heavy, Solid Gold Chefins, Hooks and Keys. Flue sot
kl sets of Jewelry—Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Ear
Rings, &c. &c.
Warranted to at all kinds or eyes.
SOLID GOLD ALBUMS.
A neat little Charm holding eight small Photographs.
A tino assortment, with and without holders. Old
SOLID SILVER : _WARE.
Made to ordoe of - piire :eon, Cosiststing of Spoons,
Forks, Thimbles, Butter Knives, Napkin Rings, Fruit
Knives, VelitChabas, &a, . . ; •
Thebest In market—single, double, treble and quad
sunk , plate, and WABRAHTED- fr OM a full Tea Bet down
including Castors, Cake and Card Baskets, Ice Pitchers
Walters, - Butter Dishes, Sugar Bowls, Caps, Tea Bells
dc. de. de.
Manufactured tot Decker Biothers, whtch, with their
late improvement" surpass those of any other maker's.
Alen. Bradbury's New Scale Pianos—a splendid Instrn•
went. Other Pianos front $330 to SM.
From $llO to sl2oo—warrar.ted for five years. They
are the &test reed-instrumentltrtherwarld, — MitrilitiVe
only to say that 1 have sold nearly $15,000 worth of
them In the last tutu years ; and they are all in good or
der and have never cost my customers a cent for repairs.
VIOLINS, 0 UITifIRS, dc.
Violrns from $5 to $5O, Flutes, Film', Chtrinnets,Ban-
Jos, Guitars, Bows, btriugs, Tuning Forks, &c.
Supplied with instruments of the best American man
ufacture, by the single Instrument or false, at the ma
ker's price—also music for any number of instruments.
Instruction Books and Sheet )taste on hand. and new
supplies received every week. Plano Stools from $6 to
Perfect Sewing Needles.
We have the exibisivo, alone; for B. J. Roberts' Pa
tent Parabola Needles—the beet In the world. Try ono
paper and if not satisfied the money will betrefunded.
Fire Ants and Sporting ifnterials.
Spenear's, and Benry's Breech loading Bi
des all styles _Revolvers, Fowling Pieces, Shot Belts
and . Powder Flasks, Cartridges for all tho U. S. Army
guns ; 9: and _other - Percussion Caps, Cooper
Cartridges, ali styles and sizes.
0. D. sibrA.V. • J. A, WenvgriS..
Montrose, Nov.* ISt6:
LATEST FASHIONS. DEMAND
J.W. Bradley's celebrated Patent
D OPLEX ELLIPTIC
OR DOUBLE SPRING)
SI la:. I FIL ii i ii •
The wonderful flexibility, great comfort and pleasure
to any . lady wearing the Duplex Elliptic Skirt will be
expenenced 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, an invaluable qual
ity in crinoline, not found in any Single Spring Skirt.
A lady he rum enjoyed the pleastwe,comfort and great
Convenience of wearing the duplex' elliptic steel spring
skirt for a single day will never afterwards willingly
dispenee• with their use. For children, misses and
young Indies they are superior to allothertr.
They will mit d'or break like the Single Spring,
but will proem their general and perfect shape when
three or four ordinary ;skirts will have been thrown
aside as useless. 'The hoops are covered with double
And twisted thread, and the bottom aro not only double
springs, but ...twice (or double) -covered• preventing
them from wearing out when dragging down stoops,
The Duplex Elliptic is a greatfavorite with &Mallet,
and Is universally recommended by the Fashion Maga
nines as the•standard Skirt of the fashionable well&
-To enjoy the following inestimable advantaos In
' Crinoline, viz: superior quality perfect martuftetare.
stylish shape andllnish, flexibility, durability, comfort
and economy, inquire for J. W. Bradley's Duplex Ellip.
tic, or doable spring Skirt, and be sure you get the gen
CADTION.—To guard against Imposition, be partic
ular to notice that Fkirts offered as ' Ittißlex" have the
red ink stamp, viz.: •• J. W. Bradley's uplex Elliptic
Steel Springs" upon the waistband—none others aro
genuine . Also notice that every Hoop will admit a pin
being passed through the centre, thus revealing the
two (or double) springs braided together, therein,Whieh
is the secret of their flexibility and strength,and a com
bination not to be coned in any other skirt.
For sale In all storeir,where first-class Skirtaara sold
throughout the Bolted States and elsewhere.
Manufactured by the solo owners of the Patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY & CART,
97 Chambers. , and IP B,l„ll,eadeetteets, N. Y.
Oct. 31,1866-2 M :•
MUM firm of Crane. nowt)! & Pergerson has bean'
diuolvet -hr-metoal consent. The notes and
ticconnte of the late armless been placed in the hands
of P, T. Pergersom, who le authorized to collect the
same ; end ail Indebted - ate not - Media settle without
Montrose, Jan • 8, 1867
TE undersigned having entered into a partnership
under the firm name of Crane 4t Howell. will con
tinue business at the old stand, where, thankful for fa
yore in the past, they will strive to merit the patron
age of old and new customers.
0. M. CRANE,
Montrose, Jan. Bth, MST
STOVES! STOVES !
• NEW and select stock of Cooking. Parlor 6 Shop
.bM.. STOVES, just received and for sale on the most
favorable terms.., - ; " • • • '' ,
• New Milford, Dec. 11„1866. <
-BACK PAY: '•
Mint undersigned, BiCßffiti 0 WORlPPiciff BE GOV:
• Al. BRNEBNT MI IMontt; ttitepill to all
claims eastrustdito ly? Tprej• - Usiot
avid PBEB. Taft
Montrose, Jas. 14, 1E45.,
VOUTVS. ,CELEBRATED HORSE
, a- AND PATI'LIt - POMIERI.
Thliv.prepahftlee;lang Ind friatifably in* will
ihoroughly reinvigorate broken:deign and row
I liewees,' by stierithening and elands* the litolnhohntid
intestines •., ' > : . : •• ' : ..,.. r ' •
an Fungal:Alva .of all dltssouttnelatmg to this
arlitattosectriti leteg Saver, (hinders , 'fellow Water,
Heaves, Conger. Distemper. Fevers. rcituider,,Losw, of
/Ippetite and Vital Energy, itc. Its use Improves the
wind, increases the appetite. gives a smooth and glossy
• skin, and transforins the miserable ekeleton Into a lbw
I looking and spirited horse. •
TO KEEPERS OF COWS,
tills preparation Is !evolvable. It Ineteltst the' glued
ty dud improve. the quality of the milk. It has bean
proven by nettlel experiment to increase the quantity
of milk and cream twenty per cent end make the but
, ter drm and.swort• In fattening eattlefiti gives. them
•,an a petite. !Queens thWt• hide, and maker them thrive
''.much-fantel- : • -'' •, --- ' - •,' ----,:- • ' -• "
IN ALL DISEASES . OF -SWINE,.
such as Coughs. Cicero in the Limp'," Liner, /bd.. title
1 article Reties a specille. fly putting born .on e - half a
paper to a paper in a barrel of swill the above diseases
will be eradicated or. entirely prevented. 'lf given to
time, a certain preventive and cure for the Doe Chole
ra. "Price I:3 cents per' paper, or 5 papers for $l. PrLe
pared by . -
~. , : d .
S. A. FOUTZ &l 8R0.,.
at their wholesale brag and Yedleine depot. No. tld
Franklin in; - Baltimore, Md.', 'For -ialejkl- Ertigitit 4 d
and storekeepers throughout theThtlted•States.
tirlrcir In Montrose by • -
norkt yptila • - ABEL TUEEELL.
Home Insuuco Co. of 11. Y., Capital and
Surplus m . " • ,0013,000
illellrallee Co. of North America, Phil's.
Capital and Surplus,.. 1,700.060
latematicmal Fire ItlantatiCe CO. 0i":41 . '
• Capitaland Surplus - 1,500,000
Girard Fire and Marine ' insanities Co. of
' Phil'a, Capital and Surplus, • 100,000
Lycoming County 31,tim11 insurance Co.of
- Mu ncy..Pent'a, Capital and Surplus. 1,600,000
Farmer's Matnal Insurance Co. York, Pa.,
Capital and Surplus, 600,000
Enterprise Insurance Company, Phlre,
Capital and Snrpins,
Insurano• Co. State of Penusylranta,
Capital and Surpine. • . 100,000
Kensington Fire and M. Insurance Co., •
Phil a, capital and Surplus, • •
Connecticut Natant Life Insurance Co. of
Hartford; Conn., paying 60 per—cent.
dividends to the assured, Capital. 10,000,000
American Lite Inhurauce• Co., Philadel- "
phia, Capital, • • '
Travelers'lnsuranceCO. Hartford. Conn..
Insuring against all Itliadiof accidents
Hartford Fire • Insurance Company. Mart
ford. Conn.. Capital andEiturplus; • 111,693.163
Putnam Fire Insarance Co., Hartford, :Ct.,
rfrAll briefness 'entrusted to our care will be atttnd
ad to on fair terms, and all louts promptly adjusted.
STROUD. k BROW*" _Agents.
firatdoor north of" Montrose Hotel; west
side of Public Ace.me..
13n.macs Weapon. " Osamu! L. Swarm.
Montrose, ;an. Ist, 1660. •
A large, fine aseortment
0. W. MANE.
P. T. PERGERSON
Fire,. Life and Accidental
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
MORE. NEWS_ FROM MAIN ST.
MEN' S iOOTg, - BOY'S - Doors,
,YOtTirs ROOTS, 711ICK
BOOTS, KIP BEM TS,
AND BOOTS MADR . .,TOORDER.
msg, a good assortment of •
Eriars , El9.
Considine of Ladles' Kla.:Lastintand nos►t. Maass
els and Darters, ]hem'sßrogans,Boy% liabaorais,
Youth's Con ens* Sinttep i Bala Slone, eta. ate, all of
which will be sold °
•AT SMALL - PROFITS!
N. B.—A' Minds otwork made toisideS"..4ind mildest
done neatly. ' 0..0. rottunAm•
Montrose, May S. 16/61.:: '
tomato grow on the sumo.- .
thesttico irt-frorn three to_li
weeks by netts Dr: 08V1.61. -
NB'S - RBST - AUltKrbtli
CAPILAIRE, the.most want
derful discovery in modern ; '
science. acting on-the Beard . .
and lbir In an almost mime. ,
alone manner. It has been used by the elite of Louden
and Paris with the ng inectie. Name* ot
all purchasers are tired regis. and entire eatisfaetion
le notglycn in every instanem.the money will be cheer
fully refunded. Price byma scale and - pakvald. $l.
Deseriptlyeeircnlars and testimonials mailed free. Ad.
dress - BERGER, SIItFTTS & Chemists, No 285 Riv
er street, Troy: N. Y. Only agents for-the United
SOLDIERS' BOUNTY ,
frtflUnrideraf ea:LICENSED :AGItNT of. chi 1F-
Jf_alft !IISNT, having obtained , the nenennat7tonns,
dc.: isillgive prompt attention to Jill claims latntatea
to hlicaro. gi No charge unless rnexessfal. •
CEO. P. LITTLP.
Montmto, June nth. 1864.
I. continually receiving • -
And keeps-constantly on hand a hill and desirable air.
sortrnent of genuine;
Things, medicines, Chemicals,
Liquors. Paints, Oils, Ilye-atafili, Teas. Spices and
other Groceries, Stoneware, Wall and IClniovr Ps
per, Glassware. Lampe. Kerosene, 131SOSots,
Tanner's OlLLnbricating Orl.Neatsfoot.
Refined Whale 011. Ternirh. Whips,
Goes Pistols, Cartridges. Powder.
.Shot, Load, Gun Cape. Maslen!
Instruments. Tor et Soaps.
Nair Cildst Brushes. Pocket Knives,Spectacles, Silver
Plabolg Spoons. 'Forks, and Ivory handled Entree.
Dentist's Articles, a geumsdrieirortment of
Fancy goods, "Jewehy, Perfumery, U.
ALL THE ,
Patent 'Medi c ines •
advertised lit Montrose,
_and nearly every GOOD KIND
IN . AN ' MARKIN.
In short, nearly' eNT
verything to restore- the skit. it;
pleas, the taste, to dalightthe eye, tit ratify the foamy.
and also to conduce to the real and substantial comfort,
of life. Enumerathd Impracticable. as Hi would All a
newspaper. Cah at the Drug arid Variety Store of
ABEL TIIELRELV ifoitrOse, Pa.
Save; Time, Saves Honey; Salmi Labor,
Saves Clothes, Saeralirtiages w
And all Gocers hell
It to need irk cutting into email elutvlitafrand dtasole,
ling In hot water, then soak the clothewdes to ten t ole.
Ws, and a tt' hand rubbing will make them is e h"
as hours of machine rubbing would do. with ordinary
soap, and the most delicate fabric receive neinitiry.—
We can refer to thousands of fatuilieswho sin Ulan ft.
and who could not be persuaded Wdo without
DOBBISS ' ELXOT.RIC: SOAP.
re-sold by an leading GroC4is throughout IN, State.
Manufactured only-by -
107South_Bifth - Stioet, Philadia.
Nov. IS. 1866.—IyeaSts
Ana BR :Pay s
UV= mulerstried dawinak
licistrese, Aug: 914'09, :;jr; WOLLITNI.: