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• ;.; Lvi c titoi n g. ' •; •
,editor of the :Examiner CAronick
'Ara :xtiq loner I lire, the more I feel
ille`miportanee of adhering to the follow
ing tplesp which I have laid down for my.
self m relation to such matters :
1. To hear as little as possible *hat is
to the prejudice of others.
2. To belie% nothing of the kind until
I au absolutely forced to.
3. Never to drink in the spirit' of one
• who circulates an ill report.
4. Always to moderate, as far as I oan,
the unkindness which is expressed 'to
ward others. "
5. Always to believe that if the other
side were heard, very different acconnti
would be given of the matter. •
The Typo and the Dein.
be lawyer-editor of a count* , paper
:. , whO , rwrote a very "blind hand," was -fre
quently annoyed llpotnpnsitors inquiries
ecuicerning words which - 'they could not
decipher. One day a compositor, as little
aequaintcutiwitb the disposition of the ed
itor elf 1143'w - dB with.tbe band-writitit, en
r and, holding the copy
before his -eyes, inqu ired what a certain
crooked Mark stoo dfor. The editor did
not Wish at that time to be interrupted,
mid exclaimed, "Go to the devil."
The compositor retired, not to. his Sa
t:olio majesty, but to thecomposing room,
When the editor read his proofs he had
he pleasure to see a line in his leading
*' He [Mr. Webster] will, in all proba
bilii y, go to the devil. "
The copy was produced and the crooked
mark was, "be nominated."
—When Gov. Andrew sent the Massa
ch u set ts girls to the Pacific coast to supply
the want, of femininity in that region, he
paid they need not marry immediately,
but, could find plenty to do in teaching
the little children. Anna Dickinson, [the
Fly puss,) "can't see it." She says : "where
the children are to come from out of a
poptilatibn of ten thousand men was more
than she could imagine; but, she thought
that probably Governor Andrew, being a
man, might be able to do so. She had
the Governor there.
Fire, Life and ~ Accidental
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY.
HOMO Insurance CO. of N. Y., Capital and_Surpi ns, $ 3,00b,000 Instrance Co. of North America; PUPA,
uapital and Surplus, 1.700,000
International Fire Insurance Co. of N. Y.,
Capital and Surplus, 1,800,000
Girard The and Marine Insurance Co. of
Phil'a, Capital and Surplus,
Lyeoming County. utualananratice S o.of
Mancy„ Petet; Capital and Surplus,
Farmer's Mutual Insurance Co. York, Pa.,
Capital and Surplus, •
Enterprise Insurance Company, Phil'a,
Capital and Surplus.
I neural:leo Co. dtate of Pannsyliania, Phil.
Capital and Surplus,
Kensington Fire-and H. Insurance Co.,
tatpital and Surplus, 100,000
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. 01
Hartford, Cant., paying 60 per cent.
dividends to the asemred. Capital.
American 1.1f6 betimes Co., Philadel
Traselers'lnstgance Co. Hartford, Conn.,
lusnringapinst all kinds ofauddents
Hartford Fire Inn:luxe Company. Hart
ford. Conn., Capital and lurplus. $1,883,163
Putnam Firs Insurance CO., Hartford, Ct.
iKff . All business entrusted to our care will be attend
td to on fair terms, and all losses promptly adjusted,
_ _ _
' . STROUD St. BROWN, Agents.
1124r0f1Seen.rott dem' north of" Montrose- Hotel "west
ihnirgos Ssnorto. - OstAzino L. Broroa.
lioareaso, Jan. Ist. SBEB. 17
POUTZ'S , CELEBRATED HORSE
AND CATCH POWDERS.
This preparation,-.long and taforably known. will
thoroughly reiutigotate broken-down and low-apirhad
. horaes,lpy titre/Übe:dug and clowning thoatururtah and
Dia a sure preventive ot incident to this
animal. auchas Lung Fever, Glanders, Yellow Water.
Heaves. Congas. Distemper, Fevers, Founder, Leis of
Appetite and Titannergy, de, Its nse improves the
wind, increases the appetite. gicee a smooth and glossy
skin, and trinsforins the Miserable ak.eleton into aline
looking and spirited horse.
'TO KEEPERS OF . COWS,
this preparation frinralnable. It increaser the qnanti
ty and improves the qtatlit;y_of the milk. It has been
proven by actual expert eat ici.increase the quantity
or milk and cream twenty per cent. and• make the but
ter firm and street. In fattening cattle, it gives them
an a petite:looons their hide, and Makes them thrive
ALVDISEASES OF SWINE,'
sucirss.Cniagba47lcers in the Lungs, Liver, Etc.. thiS
article acteas n specific. By putting from one half*
paper to • paper in a barrel of the above diseases
alll he eradicated or entirely prevented. If given is
time, a csitidn preventive and cure for the Bog Chole
ra. Price 45 cents per paper, or 5 papers for 'sl. Pre
S. A. FOTJTZ & BRO.,
at their whole ale Drag and Med!eine depot. if o.IIIS,
Franklin st.. Baltimore. Md. For sale by Druggists ,
and rtorekespers throughout the United States.
lar'For sale In Montrose by
nov2llpqlB ABEL TUBRELL.
Mt . fillff FOR7SAIII
SITUATED in the township of Jackson, in the Conn
tyAilittagudedina, containing about
eltb one buidred and sixty acres Improyek Dvrei:4 ll =
House. good Barna, well watered. 4, first_ rate farmlor
Dairr purpoeee—two Orchards.
Said farm will .ba soldnitogether t or in parcels to putt
purchasers Terme Of payment made" etiFy. For further
infJruniti adrapon Montrose,
ur upon the subscriber.' - •
L. D. BENSON,
.s.fltnintstratoi of Hoses Benson, deed.
Jackson, Sept. 41.1866. ti
A-rid Back Pay!
TllZ4uiderslgiapi lacrono *GENT or =a Govroaa
mum, *lll give prompt attention to all elaimittittrut.
ted CM.. No ctuirge unless enccessfal.
MO - tarok. Ang:'2o.l3. S. B. McCOLLIIM.
OLDIERS :Songroge ha. just palmed enact to equai
ize four - BotaitFes I Tho•e uto have not already
donewrahotd, rinalfe ltrotedtatif 'Wld
ooa;:heins or parentWfloldiera who hare died In--the
service, are entitled to. fame_ bounty th ettoltlier , if
living. wouldlreceve.l , Saving already -pretharA.d over
two bandred'alaimai th ose vino- have delayed tasking
application wllLind It greatly to, their advantage to
Vire too alta/L, „ :
invillldatimdloidowa x Inereinutifpet
eon =lee act a roved JIM° 6,113 Gd, itkidldttlito make
pet: - • •- • • ,
" id rears established In N. Y. eq . ."
Only infallible remedies known.
" Free from all poisons."
" Not dangerous to the lineman Famll7.•l
" Rats coma out of their holes to die.
"Costar's" Rat, Etoachito. Extermin's
lo a parte—need for fiats, Mice, Rouse.,
Black and Red Ants. Sc, ke.
" Costar's" Bed• Bug Exterminator
Is aliquldoryatib:r4ased fa'sliattOr. and
also as a preventive tar sad•Baga,
" Ooetar's" Electric Powder fbrlnseots
'fifer Moths. Moiquitoes, Pleas. Bed-Bugs.
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, &c.
•:;:. TONI' I lithwass 1t r oral! worthless itattatiorts:
' tl Flask ,be elf ..- COSTAII . II
buy " ! IMO on each Box;lNit-
e and fore you .
'Address, HENRY R. COSTAR,
4E4 Broadway, N. T.
Sold in Montrose. Pa.. by ABEL TVBRELL—and all
Dragristi and Retailers ever/where.
for Cats, Burns. Bruises, Wounds. Boils, Cancers. Bro
ken Breafts. Soro Nipples, Bleeding, Blind and Painfte
Piles Putrid and conditioned Sores ;
Ulcer*, Glandular Swellings, Eruptions, Cutaneous af
fectona, Ringworm, Itch, Corns. Bunions. Chilblains.
&c. ; Chapped Hands. Lips, 40.; Bites of Spiders in.
Beets, Animals, ac.
larßozes, 25 cis., Sects., and $1 sizes.
(R4P - Sold . ; by all Druggists everywhere.
larAndtiy essrar R. COSTAR, Depot 484 Broad
tgEr And by ABEL TIMBIBLL, Montrose, Pa.
Poi Corns, Bunions, Warts, &c.
OP — Boxes, 25 cents, 50 cents, and $1 sizes.
Eir Sold by an Drantists ererywber4-
garßy Henry R. Costar, Depot 484 Broadway, N. Y
orAnd by Abel Turrcll, Montrose, Pa.
" COSTAR'S "
:SITTER SWEET & ORANGE BLOSSOMS
rote. usworrtorruo SAL cowrzezrote.
tired to eoftenami beautify the akin, remove Freck
les. Pimples, Eruptions: Au.
Ladies are now using 1t in preference to all others.
Or - Sold I;ty all Draagiats everpx bre.
ligirTy Henry R. Costar. Depot 484 Broadway. N. F.
137"' And by Abel Towel], Montrose, Pa.
."C013 1 1 1 811 1 13"
For Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Hoarse
ness, Whooping Cough, Influenza, Asthma. Consump
lion, Bronchial Affections, and alltilseases ankle throat
6and lu gs. • •
ff".Bt ,l tiles;M cent., 50 cents. and $1 sizes.
'Sold by all Drumest, everywhere.
s2l7 — By Henry Costar. Depot 484 Broadway, N. T.
And by Abel 'Farrell, Montrose, Pa.
- ' •
Ziinerrou and tfick 11c•diebe, 004016 e.
lion, Dysoepslis;'Billfoutnele.. Constipation, Distrtin.
colic, Chins Pavers, Ind genero denligebleili or the
01 " 0 " 11 /VePO. , 00c6ist''Antt.istios• .
Mir • —•- 8 9 1 :07: Go.ifevairlykerit.
sokaE 4 4;V v ir contot tai i reldvai. N.T. ,
' . maw ' •
I.IA A , , Tiri t'l
WU *WARD= MI
At the State Fairs of
New York, lillinois, Virginia,
New Jersey, Michigan, N. Carolina,
Vermont, Wisconsin, Tennessee,
Pennsylvania, lowa, Alabama,
Ohio, Kentucky, Oregon,
At the Fairs of the
American Institute, Franklin Institute, Maryland In
stitute, Massachusetts Mechanics' Association,
Penn. Mechanics• Institute, St. Leafs
Agricaltntal and Mee/males'
And at ntonerong Institnte and County Fairs, Inelvding
all the Fairs at which they wore exhibited the past
Fret prizes have also been awarded these machines at
the exhibitions of
London, - Paris, Dublin, Lit; Besancon,
Bayonne, St. Dizier, Chalons,
And they hate bean tarnished by special command
Empress of Prance,
Empress of A ustria,
Empress of Russia,
Empress of Brazil,
Queen of Spain; and
Queen of Bavaria
The Grover 40s Baker Eleatic Stitch Sevin? Machines
are superior to all others for the following reasons :
I. They sew direct from the spools, end require no re
winding of thread.
2. They are more easily understood and need, and
less liable to derangement than any other machines.
3. They are capable of execntin,7 perfectly, without
change of adjustment, a much greater variety, of work
than other machines. -
4. The/stitch made by these machines is much more
arm, elastic and durable, especially upon articles which
require to be washed and Ironed, than any other stitch.
5. This stitch, owing to the manner in which the nu
der thread is inwrought, is much the most plump and
beautiful in nso. and retains this plumpness and beauty
even upon articles frequently washed and ironed until
they are worn ont.
6. The structure of the seam is such that, though it
be cut or broken at intervals of only a few stitches, it
will neither open, run, or ravel, but remains firm and
7. Unlike other machines, these fasten both ends of
the seam by their own operation.
8. With these machines, While silk is used upon the
right or face side of the seam, cotton may be used upon
theother side without lessening the strength or dura
bility of the seam. This can be done on no other ma
chine, and is a great saving upon all articles stitched or
made np with silk. r'
a. These machines, in addition to their superior mer
its as instruments for sewing, by a change of adjust
ment. raptly learned and practiced. execute the most
beautiful and permanent embroidery and ornamental
GROVER dt BARER S. M. CO.,
435 Broadway, New Tork
Oct. 29.-10 a 730 Chestnut street, rhll'a
'PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD,-
the whitest. the most datable. the most economical.
Try It! Mannfactured only by ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers,
jan3o ly 137 North Ed street, Philad•a.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA and
WESTERN 1. R. Winter Arrangement, Dec. 34.
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE '
WESTWARD. I EASTWARD.
Mail Evening Mail Evening
train. train. I STATIONS . I train. train.
d. ft. P.M. P.M. P.M.
9,00 New York•.... ..... 6,20
i 1 118° 18 I New Hampton 2,80
O , Manunka Chunk.... 1,85
2 1245 I Delaware .... Dine... 1,80 a.
i t 4,30 I 10.10 Scranton ' 9.45 6.20 .
11,43 , Nicholson 6,35 1 4.80 1 .y
o 5,59 12,091 Honbottom 8.18 4.05 1
. ? 8 .2 0 12,80 Montrose 7,55 3.35 a.
°641 1 Mr New Milford 7.34 1 8,06
• 1 T.AO 1.23 I
I Great Bend 7,15 2.40
al P.M. P.M - *root of Liherty- at. A. MP M .
The Mail train from New York connects at Ma
nunka Ceank with the train leaving Philad'a(Eenstng
ton depot) at 7,80 a. m.. and at Greatßend with through
mailtrain on the Erie Railway, with sleeping car at
tached, stopping at all the principal stations on that
road, and arriving at Buffalo at 6.18 a. m.
The I assenger trait from Scranton connects at Get
Bend with through trains going west and east on Eric
* Eallway..arriving at Buffalo at 1,28 a. ta., and at Sala
manca at 12 m.
The Mail train from Great Bend connects there
with the Cincinnati Ezpress on the Eric Railway from
the west ; at Manunka Chunk with a train for Philad'a
and intermediate stations, arriving in Philadelphia at
0.30 p. m.; anti at New Hampton with a train for Easton
Bethlehem, Allentown, Reading and Harrisburg, arri v
at Harrisburg at 8.30 p. m.
At Scranton. connections are made with trains On the
Lackawanna and Bloomsburg R.R. to and froth Pittston
Kingston, Wilkelharre, Berwick,BloomsburgiDanville,
Northumberland, ILirrisburg, and intermediate stations,
and with trains on the Delaware and Hudson Railroad
to and from Carbondale and intermediate stations.
R. A. HENRY. J. BRISBIN,
nov27 General Ticket Agent. President.
RAILWAY.—On and after Mon
-IL 4 day, November 19th, 1866. trains will leave Great
Bend at about the following hours, viz.:
3.0011. in. Night Express, Mondays excepted, for Ro
chester, Buffalo, Salamanca and Dunkirk making di
rect connection with trains of the Atlantic and Great
Western, Lake Shore and Grand Think Railways. for
all points West ; also at Binghamton for Syracuse;
at Owego for Ithaca, and At Elmira for Canandaigua
-3.45i1. in, Lightning ,Express. Daily, for Rochester,
Salattianca. • Dunk!, k. and the test. Stops
at Great Bend on Mondays only. ,
517 a. m. Train, Sundays excepted, for Buffalo
1121 a. in. Emigrant Train, Daily, for the West.
4.03 p. in. Day Express, Sundays excepted. for Ro
chester. Baffalo, 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 al
Buffalo with-the Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Rail
ways, for all points West and South.
T. 21 p. m. Express Mall, Sundays excepted, for Buffs
lo. Salamanca, and Dunkirk, connecting with trains
for the West..
1.00 p. in. Way Freight, Sundays excepted.
T. 04 a. in. Cincinnati Express. Mondays excepted,
at Lackagrazen for Hawley, and at Grayconrt for New
burg and Warwick.
11.19 p. m. Accommodation Train Daily.
1.53 p. m. Day Express. Sundays excepted.
310 p. in. New York and Baltimore Mail, Su - adapt ex
3.43 a. in. Night ilzpreu, Daily, connecting at Gray
court for Warwick.
WM- IL BARB. H. BIDDLE.
nov27 Genl Passenger Agent. Gen' i Brip.t.
MO have your Winter Clothing ;rustle tip 'before the
J. pinching told 'weather comes on. • lam prepared,
as anial, to take the Measure of my patrons, fermi
kind ofgarment they may wish.
THE LATEST STYLES
aro always posted op In my shop, and satisfaction guar
antied, both 111 style and daueb. ?vices moderate.
Or/ take especial earein elm* Sad marking gar
-0114.40 t'y TAP av fßtoggill *PP!. . .
•Ofthap ant 9iaaditealltatitMilbncliAlva not.
3010 OBOVIM. Tailor .
][tiros., ?rev.L'llt Ita
24. t. the stitCpre Ot
Guttenberg, Rosenbaum & Co•
Attd look at the eetensige asscelment of
W-or Fair& Winter,
YtiAiTecl ado wook from Now Took.
STOCK OF GOODS
XN . TC)3717-AT,
And priers satisfactory to [very one
AND FANCY - GOODS,
teo owneninis to mention
IV 105 9 E209 ~
And Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Any Quantity and Style
6uttenburg, ft ostubattm f)o.
N. S. DEBUT:ER, *snaring Partner
Montrose, Sept. 18, 1888
1E3.411.T, C.t3.3P SI,
FURNISHING - GOODS,
GLOVES & MITTENS.
BOOTS & SHOES.
ALL KLNISS OP
V LACY IFI3 ROI,
made to order, and Merchants supplied at the lowest
New York rates
The pabitd are invited to tall, examine Ooods, and
get the pikes, if they don't the Goods.
L. C. MUM
Public kreane, Itoutrose, Aug. 1,1!60.
''A RESA • LOT
7 ' • "
Miztorlaaa 'Wm§ -
At WlLffo:4. GBJ/FlB & WARNER'S!
den. Plasm and Mikes'
CURLS produced by the nee
of Prof. DtßnEux's PRIBBB
LE CHBVBAUX. Otte 'DV
plication warranted : to curl,
the most straight and stab
barn halt Of either sex Into
wavy ringlets or heavy massive curls. Has been used by
the fashionables of Paris and London, with the most
gratifying results. Domino inlury to the hair. Price by
mall, sealed and pbst paid. $l. Descriptive circular.
mailed free. Addretia BEHGEIL.Sti WITS it Co., Chem
ists. N0.._20.5 River etreet e -Troy,:N. Y, Only agents for
tho United States, • aryl lycfapq
Excelsior / Excelsior
FOR REMOVING SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.
O the Ladies especlalli, this invaluable depilatory
recommends itself roaming 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 superfinous hair from low
foreheads, or from any part of the body, completely, to
tally and radically extirpating• the.same, leaving the
skin soft. smooth and natural. This Is the only article
used by the French.• and is the only real effectual depil
atory powder in existence. Price St 'per package, sent
post paid to any address, on receipt of an order. by
Benatn, &niers & Co., Chemists,
myl lycfspq 2 2,95 River street, Troy, N. Y.
CaEILitI..SSITEI.AM•ELPIL v E 3
WHITE LIQUID. ENAMEL,
FOR Improvin^ and Beautifying the complexion.
The most valuable and pertect preparation in ear.
for giving the skin a beautiful. pearl-like tint, that is
only fognd In youth._ It quicklyyemoves tan. freckles,
blotches, moth patch- s, sallowness, eruptions
and all Impurities oCthe akin, kindly healing the sume,
leaving the skin white and clear as alabaster. Its use
cannot be detected by the closest scrutiny. and being a
vegetable prep . :ll-M.lm is perfectly harmless -It is the
only article of the kind used by
,the French. and Is con
sidered lty the Parisian no Indispensable to a perfect
toilet. upwords of 80,10) hot! les were sold during the
post year, a snflicient guarantee of Its efficacy. Price
ollij t 5 cis. /finned. post paid.on receipt of an order by
BERG R, MUTTS &CO.. chemlata,_
myt lycfspq 24:t River street, Troy, N. T.
t„ta 1 ni t PER YEAR !We want Agents every
where to sell ourIMPUOVe,I3I $2O Sew
ing Machines. Three new kinds. Under and upper
feed. Sent on trial. Warranted flve.yeara, Above sal
ary or large commissions paid. The only machines sold
hi the Cilited Slates for less than $.lO. which are fully
license(' by llciwc, Wheeler & Wilson. Grover at, Baker,
Singer A: Co.. and Bachelder. All other cheap machines
are infringements. and the seller or neer are liable to
arrest. fine and imprisonment. Illustrated circulars Pent
free. Address, or call upon Sl' AW ttt CLARK, at Bidde
ford, Maine, or Chicago. 111. (m9y2911y•
IVew _ P°l3rrea.
Baldwin, Allen, & Mitchell.
i - r_.lF2.vz=;•TwTwTvi - 2rmn
After retiring for thirty days at " hard labor," hart• re
sumed businesi at the old stand, under
the name and Arm of
BALDWIN, ALLEN at MITCHELL,
Flour, Feed, Salt, Pork, Butter, Cheese,
Dried Beef. Hams, Fish, Smoked Hal
-ibul, Cuadles, Tea, Coffee, Spices,
Syrup, Molasses, Sugar,
Clover cf. Tentothy Seed, Flor-seed, Deons,
Brooms, Nails, dc. do
Thankful for part patronuce , we ohalibe happy to see
and wait upon out old and new enatomers.
All Goode and Flour warranted.
A. BALDWIN. W. L ALLBX., 8. N. BUTCEIEL.L
Montrose, April 18,1868.
ft A MONTH ! Agents warded lor six entirely
5.4.. 14 9‘./ new articles, just oat. Address 0. T. OA
ST, City Building, Biddeford, Mc. Ltua29lly•
aik/VrAF-- -- 11/1 %real TOW nil
MINER & COATS
Poet's building, below Itoyd'er Corner, Is the pisee to
' boy your
FLOUR, GROCERS, 1110
CHEAP ! • CHEAP ! CHEAP
s MINER tr. COATS
Would inform the public that they are now opening e
New and Choice Stock of. FAMILY GROCERIES, Just
received from New York, which they will acli chehp.for
cash, or exchange for all kinds of Farmer's produce;
We have made arrangements with oneof.the best
Commission Menses. in New York Or shipping Butter
and Produce, and will furnish Paila free ofcharge, and
on consignments of Butter. Also, CASE paid for Dot
ter, Grain and Eggs..
A fresh supply of GARDEN VEGETABLES, by Ex
press, always on hand.
rirThankful for the liberal patronage already re
ceived, we hoperby dealing honorably with our custom
ers to still further extend our trade. -
C. G. MINER. - . . W. R. COATS.
Montrose, Juneb. ISf,6. 3m
lEAIINGTON. d, SON, rpgnufactureta
of ItEVOLVEitti. Rutzs. NUOICETB and CAll.
DINTS for the IT Service: Also Pocket &Dell Revel.
Ter% Repeating Pistols, Rifle Canes, Revolving Rides,
rifle and shat gun barrels and gun materials sold by gun
dealers and the trade generally.
In these days of Haug breaking and Robbery, etari/
House, Store, Bank and eat should hats one of
Parties desiring to avail themselves of the late hn
provements in - Pistols, and enperior workman .111 p and
form, will find all contained In the now
REMINGTON REVOLVERS. •
Circulars, containing , eats and description :of 0131.
Arms, will be furnished inkon application.
ap10•y) N. REattliGTON & SONS, Ilion, N. Ir.
C ° E. A 74l l3 Ca fi gig' t wo y =llea
31 P at-
Montrose, lov. Ml, MO. It
A choice lot, rot male et tow ligutes,bl i. ~ •
New 11111foril4 Nov. 3E, 3866.-
P.M LIBERTY WHAM LEAD.
P 1)5 : 0 praCtleil painters , ) Try it, and,
yott will, bus no other. _
Minnfactarad only by .ZlEliPlatt SMITi. •
- Wboiliordir brig, gribatild'Olaia Daalan,
Jabal 17 137 Nor* ad greet, Plillad's.
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CRANE; 110W ,, ELL" CO.;'
AA TIE now receiving a large fad "to* of
. new goode, eonaletlng id vitt of &du 1 itaam'a
• " , HOLAssES,
- . . CHOICE TEAS,
FRUITS. . • NAILS,
PORE. ' WOODEN•WARI,
Pl5ll, ROPE, be
- and in facts choke variety of all kinds of -
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
which we are bound to sell wholesale or retail,
cheap for cash or ready pay..
tall and ace before ling elsewhere, for we take
pleasure In abotirfne oar oods, whether yen bay or not.
ALL KINDS OF PRODITCE
taken in efehange for Goods at the beat market prices.
(Shop in basement of Boyd's building next below
Also, Meat Market Adjoining,
Where Fres h Meats and. Fis i b . of all kinds are kept for
0. M. CRANE. JOHN HOWELL. l'. T. FERGERSON.
Montrose, May 1, Ma.
Manhood: How Lost, How- Re-
"(UST publabed, ut new edition of Dr. Calvet , .
•JP Celebrated Essay on the radical cure
(without medicine) of SPEEMASOIMUOIA, or Seminal
Veakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotency ,
'Mental and Physical incapacity. Impedimenta to.. Star•
Tinge, etc.; also, Coneamption. Epiley.y. and Fits, In
duced by self indulgence or *even' extravagance.
SF - Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cent..
The celebrated anchor io this admirable **say clearly
demonstrates, from -thirty years' successful practice,
that the alarming consequence* of .elf-abuse marls
radically cured without the tiongeron* use jif internal
medicine or the application of the knife—pointing out
mode nrcure at once simple, certain and ...recite), by
means of which every sufferer, nn matter what his con
ditinn ma, be. may cure himself cheaply, privately and
V27 - This Lecture should be In thy bands of every
youth and every man in the land.
Stmt. tinder seal. In a plain envelope, to any address
post pal d. on receipt of six cent, or two port stamps
Address the publishers.
CHAS. J. C. KLINE B CO,
127 Bowery. New York, Poet Mice b0x ° 4,581.
Hsieh 20, 11036-Iyemp.
HUNT BROTHERS ,
Wholesale & Retail Dealeraln
STEEL, NAILS ,
MINE RAIL. COUNTERSUNK T RAIL SPINES
RAILROAD .74 MINING SUPPLIES.
CARRIAGE. SPRINGS. AXLES, SATINS ANA
BOXES, BOLTS. NUTS and WASHERS,
PLATER BANDS. MALLEABLE
FELLOES. SEA 7' SPINDLES. Bt/IF.C..ste.
ANVILS. VICES, STOCKS • and DIES. BELLOWS
HAMMERS. SLEDGES FILES itc. &r.
- CIRCULAR AND M .
ILL SAWS, DFLTIN G. PACKING
TACKLE BLOCKS, PLASTER PATHS
CEMENT. HAIR .t GRINDSTONES.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS. LEATHER & FINDINGS
Scranton, starch 54. 1563. ly
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD
wILL do more nad_better work at a given cost, than
any other. Try It !
llitnornetnred only hy. ZiEGLF7II ot. SMITE',
Wholesale Drug. Paint. and Glatt Dealers, • . -
janflO iy IST North street.
LADIES' FANCY runs,
AT JOHN FAREIRA'S
Old Established Fur Illaxulartory,
No. 71S ARCH STREET. above.7t t;.
la AVE now In store of rny own manufacture and
portation.onc Of the lamest and most beautiful
selections of FANCY FUItS„ rut... Ladies! and Children's
wear In the City. Also, a fine assortment of ,Gsnts ,
Fur Gloves and Collars.
I am enabled to dispose of my goods at Teryressons•
hlO prices, and I would thureforer Ileit ern from say
friends of Suequehsnua county and vicinity.
Retnenahe'r the name, number and street
N.o. 718 ARCH Si. 'ab. 1111, sinth side. 1111LAWA
Irtrl hare no Pnrtner, nor ennheetion with any oth
er Store in Philadelphia.. t Oct. 16, 4tßivr
• .1 •
OW ARD A./mocha slots ;Plliltridelpb la Pa
Diseases of the Nervous. Seminal. Urinary and sex
ual systems—new and reliable treatment—in Reports of
the HOWARD ASSOCIATION. Cent hyrnallfn scaled
letZer envelopes. free of charge. A ddreer•Dr. SEtt.r_ot
HorotrrUst, Howard Association:No 2 South 9th street
READY MADE CLOT111:sTO
at the Falrdale Cheap Stare
- ' • • - THE. FAMOUS, B A RBE D: ' •
Come and see the famous Barber. ,
yamons Barber, late of Hayti.
Late of Hard, now at'Wee,ks`;'' • .
• Now at F. B. Reeks' store Room, •
• ' . Findise shaving and shampooing,
Find Me cutting halr to snit you, - ...,; -;•''
Find me ready at your service, • ; ~,
•Atyourtervice, CHARLEY 110BRill! -'
Montrose,Oet 15, 1863. tf ; : „ ';:' . '• : •
9N and after November s 7, 1865, passenger trains
will ran as follows
A. Y. , A. M.. P.411r.
Leave Scranton. 5:50 10:50
" Kingston, GM 11:15 ' ' 6:20 '
Rupert. 9:15 • ; - , &Si
" Danville. ' 0:50 9:30
Arrive at Northumberland, 10:30 10:15
. I „ NORTHWARD. .
Leave Kart humberirnd, 8:00 ,1 . 1h..05 ,
Danville, 340 -- 3:40,
Rupert. 9:15 A. tr, 4:15 ~.
" Kingston, 2:35 8:30 , 8:55
ArriVe at Scranton, • 3:45 , 0:35 ' 5:10 '
Passengers ta, king.train south from Scranton at 5:50
a. m. via Northumberland. reach Harrisburg at 12;30 p.
in.; Baltimore 5:30 p. to.• Washington W:OOp . m.l via"
Anpert reach:Philadelphia at 7:00 p. m.
• Kingston, Nov: 25. H. A. FONDA. Sept.
`WEBB & BUTTERTIELD,
Are now receiving their New - Stock of '
Rpring & ,s umintr,
which will be cold
Cirtni.a..T 4 l titan. .414:4103t.
Summer Dress Goods i 'Silks, Gid,nadines,
Challies, Printed Cambries, Laelee,.;
Muslims, Prints,',Velaines t
Poplins, Rats •!5 tapi,.
Groceries, Crockery, Hardware, ic::;Se: ,
...oft, Wray 2S, lee&