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ThOtOefrtiit : hi
Lanny and Wyonlj
year, and authori7"
sioners and aud4or,
diy_ when employed:
Fire in Auburn.
The bridal' of Jobn:Denlin, in Sough ,
Auburn, 'was ,eqnsunied by on'. on
day night - of last , week, togetbk
part of its eentenis,. LOU, said to„.bealiout:
$5OO, with no ineurance. 14., Donlan has
been burned orit•on ee twine-before.=
11. S. Lleenies '
All United States LiCenies expiri ,
the Ist of 314.. -- , Person,* doing bolitess
and designing: its oeitinuinc,e,•elipulkNot
neglect Ao call at nee' iiini 'th'i, assistant
assessor : and sign h turn for "Special
'Tax" Which • sites- the N place' of the
ao-called, ?License," The penalty for do
inganytaxable business on or after the
first day ,of nay _witbOut haViug paid the
Special Tax is very severe:' - -;/
EAry . person, other than one paying
special .tavas,lawyet, or . claim agent, who
-maketi it hiti'busittesk e fii any part of his
business 'to draw deeds, bonds,mortgages,
wills, writs, or other legal papers, or to
examine titles to,retil estate; who, by ad
vertisement or conversation, or hy accept
ing the businesS . whenever it is offered,
ha*, himself outstorthe public as ready
to undertaktl it, is a conveyancer, and
Shtould be required- to pay tax as such..
Snsq'a Depot T. DI. •
Among the reported confirmations we
find the name of Walter Barber, .Post
master at Susquehanna Depot. Mr. B. as
well as several others had previously
John Stewart of Scranton has again
been rejected for ColleCtor of ,this Dis
trict, and bald) E. Wright again nomina
ted and confirmed. Daniel , Brewster was
rejected for assessor. Thesp nominations
seem to have been made on , the last day
of the session:
The Senate stOpurned on Saturday.
Tax on Watcbes.
AU watches composed in whole or in
part of .gold or gilt, .are.liahle to, annual
tax ; and persons owning or having them
in possession should report, them to the
assessors. Frith. head.of a family should
make return of all kept in the family:—
The tax is a lien upon the watch, and can
not be evaded. Those now. refusing or
neglecting to be rise' .4d on watches are
liable to future assessment, with penalty ;
and the watch may be seized and sold for
the tax, wherevelfound.
The patrons of the Bridgewater Cheese
Factory are hereby notified that business
will comLnence at the Faeiory on Monday
evening, April 29. Milk will be received
at the factory till 8 o'clock ever y 'evening
until further notice. ,Good carrying cans
can be had at Boyd-& Co's by timely - ap
plication. - Per Order of Corn.
Bri dgewuter, April 2,1‘30 867. IL*
0. F. Fargo - wad appointed ': Constable
of Montrose. - • "
John Hitborn - and'Levi West&ll were
appointed Superviors';of Oakland.
J. L. Merriman was appointed Super
visor of Franklin, and E. E. Cole, Poor
' Commonwealth vs. Henry Lyons, for
larceny. Bill ignored.
Miles 'Pritchard was appointed Treasury
er of Springville: •
Com. vs. Alexander, Wilson and Wni.
DeWitt. ',Bill ignored.
Peter Davenport, ThoinasPernao, Den
is Casey, Prank' Huffman, josepli Allen
Henry Decker, 'Walter Paintin,
Gage,Anthony Madden,.Mark - J. Hart
ley, Vorden J. Shipman and Alfred J.
Stephens were indicted. for keeping tip
pling houses. Fernan, Hartley, Gage,
Casey, Madden, Shipman and Stephens
plead guilty Land were fined $lO and costs.
Corn. vs. Cyrus Corliy, for larceny. Bill
Corn. vs. James Quigley, Patrick Fite,-
gerald and John O'Brien robbery. . Net
Cona:iva. Amos Bennett, for assault and
battery. Plead gujltypand fined $2,5,
Com. vs. Sitneri'llivers for'burglary:.
Plead guilty and:sentenced to
wo years in the penitentiary. ,
Com. vs., Collins 11.' ,Sterling, for larce
ny. Def. and .E; SACent gaVe bait , for his
appearance at next ..term. • ; •
Coin. vs.;-EnoCh,AV. - and Dinaocl' J.
Lord,. foriniceny. - ITO bill.
Com:is:Wm: keKiebY, nureiir of ihe
Peace. Held - to bail in $3OO to keep the ,
Peace towards allpersons and especially_
towards Benj. Parke.
Com.- VS arl ea assanit-and ihat
tery. r True- bill.: - • •;
A. A. Chase ; Y.sq.
,iviter admitted ib•
practice in the courts of Stisquebanna co.
Coin. vit. - George' L. "Verry:_ ;Libel.
Found guilty, and fined $500... - -
Coin. vs.-Henry W. Drake, for siWng.
liquor to minors, True
Com. vs. Cynthia E. Welch;' , Luc:6y.
Plead guilty, and, sent to Ranee of ' c ite.
fen. - , , ;.•
Grand Tory -approve reporC of "vi e we rs
in favor fifietloingiandge,n9toise, , the
the county- - -- , ,
Join itilliarna,444.vivithas. Bennett.
Judgment rof r i)Nptift . iti:ptitii 40 . f 4348.88.
, Samuel Wheatcrott .1). D. Searle.
Judgment int:, inim",.,cif $5OO.
Wm. Biesett ye. Israel Birciard. Ver
Wilbur ~ ' CatartnAi:.l ß i n Bajcen
Voraicifor u defefidaiit. ^ . -
-- Jacktkoni-;-1 er:kiLwl - & - Marks -vs. - Miles,
Ceeitiiiii , Judgment or i Pti - firi Sinn : o f
$24849._5, - 7.-e : ,„
~ yiji.o4 illarevs. j . n Vameron. judg: , ,
ineuMrplain till iir sums of $125 . •'' - '''
Jahn Cas'sedy vs, ThoinasDonliti.' Ver
dict for defendant.
. 0. 0. t. 'Thanksgiving,
The Grand Lodge of the United States :
Of the ludetiendent Order Of Odd Fellows
hat itig appointed Friday, Ski 26th inst.
as a day of Thanksgiving d Prayer,,
Exercises.appropriatu to the - occasion will
be observed by Montrose Lodge NO.161;
and Sr.-4ohn 50 . at
their Sall' MontrOse.Teorarnerice 41, ,2
o'clock, p. Address . by Rev. John
Barnes, M. D..p0l Atlantic - Lodge, Phila=
All Odd Fellows in this vicinity with
theirlamilies , arc cordially inxiifed to par
ticipate in these exercises, and the AMlni
tiated generally will find the "latch string
April 16. By order Of Oommittee.
his expected that C. I. A. Chapman
Esq., of Pittston, Pa., will lecture in Mont
rose sometime during the present week,
Qur citizens will no dottbt be glad of
an opportunity of listening to one • of Mr.
Chapthan's ability, and _will give him a
cordial greeting and'a crowded - heuse.
Notice wilt be given hereafter of the
Subject, time and place of the Lecture. `•,
"."-,-.. , -- -. 7-.111.- VW .01.-; -4----4 • .
Early Potatoes. • . .
Early Goodrich Potatoes. Price:Si per
bushel. 'For sale by ,
. • CIIIUSTOPFIER BYRNE.
St, Josepbs,'April 15,1867,-3L*
Deeds and' Notes.
We have for sale a fresh supply of
choice- Deeds ; also a revised form of
Notes, with instructions as to stamp duty
printed upon each sheet.
—lmprisonment for debt has been abol
ished in Frande. ..„.
—The parties_ accused of
. criminal care
lessness in - allowing 22 persons to be
Burned in , the Kingston S. C.), jail; have
teen slept 4ted.
—lntelligence from London represents
t hat negotiations between France and
Prussia are broken off.
..In the case of Surratt, Judge Fisher
after hearing arguments pro and con fix
ing a day \of trial, said he would take the
matter into consideration.
—Col. Magi!tort_ was yesterday reject
ed as Collector for the First-Distvict In
—Two Boston lottery dealers were
fined $7,000 each, in the Massachusetts
—The Senate has rejected Colonel Cap
ron, nominated for the office of Commis
sioner of Agriculture.
—Col.' Levi Maid' bas been rejected as
Internal,Revenue Asiessor ,for the 15th
District of Pennsylvania.
—There is not a' leading Radical in the
country who believes the doctrine or Ab
raham Lincoln in his first message.
--k - thonsand men are' walking the
streets of Poriland;'Connecticut, asking
for employment, who were discharged by
Radical employeit for daring to vote the
Democratic ticket at the late election in
—Napoleon -is strengthening his fron-' 1
tier posts and placing leis artillery on a
war footing. It is expected that the. Re.,
serves Of 1868, will be called on the first
of May. Prussia is' just as active as the
Emperc) . .r.., •
yFriday, AZ — Mb inst., has been-fixed
bylaw Chiefdustice on -which to hear At
tornerGeneral. Stansberry oti his motion,
to dismiss the bills of the States ofgeor- i
gia and Illssissippi, Upon' the g r.: rim - M(l' an
want of jurisdiction in t ha Suprethe Court.
—A coal schooner, name and' destina
tion not ascertained, went :ashore : below
Plymouth, : Mass.,r during.the geCe iron-
Wednesday: A life boat, in atteniptiOg
to save theNcrew, was upset, and,four of
her crew of eight' Men drowned. The
boat drifted ash*, 'S69::again• manned,:
and succeeded in 'saving the crew of the
wheat:ter.' • •
0. own election in WateritTeit,'
1%, last week, the entire Democratic
ticket *as elected ,by about 500 majority.
Last fall tbe'town gave',lo3 majority, for
Penton; the Radical _,candidatc for dov-
'the charter election.-of the 'Oth
elected their whole , 'eitylicket.hy,froin
1,60940'1,706 Majority-4 gain froth last
fall of from 1,100 .to 1400. 4 .. 49froan!O
majority last fall was 533. The ground
suffrage :won't theTiidical
ninber of ItefiOlion Serfawenie
understood:ta%ive agreed:not Wit:tend
the July session' of congreei os. lilieving
that a; meeting-of Congress at
n*ald,pinduce-apli_liargito,4 6 :o6.4!r
and 05M - to - the
E i ducatlunal 'Fand has
„issued- a circular,.
Otilii44:4 o o_o4 thBlnnOer
An 5434004 *tees hive; 6 40 !T•
ply - th e noble obaritituidei4heir ,004tra
" —Burlington, N. J., bat been tarried
'by the Democrats. It went Repnblictin
by 130 majority last year.
—The city ! of La Crosse r Wisconsin,
:which bits Wren 'rtidie'sfrale since
'lB6l, elected, with . only two 'exceptions,
its wholikPegtogAtja tigcsi ) at a ttLrecent
recent charter election. John M. Levy,
;who was defeated in 1861, is now elected
—Connecticut, " - the land . of steady
;bits," has alarmed the Radicals by over
ithrowing the I.l l 9o9„mrg9ti.ly, I f two
!years ago. Well may they lie garbled ;
the people are becoming disgusted at the
Bose-ideas2i6rEttig&anshii) jootniitit itot .
in hinding up the wounds of a bleeding
country, but to keeping them festering.
VITABEL TIDTMELL Is continually receiving'
new enemies of Genuine Drugs and Medicines, which
will be sold as tow as at any other ,Str In ontroie.
. . li•
/ NEW PERFUfIIV Fga THE lIANDKERUIIEF.
c 17 11 :71 •
Phalonlo "Night Blooming ip .
fT _ 4,‘ C ,
PhiilotAK tf -Cerenave_A
Phalosee - • 4t•NislajtyllgratsknAL Cerens.9l
A meet exquisite. dellenta, acid Fragrant Perfume,
disci led, from the rare and beautiful Bowe; from
Manufactured only by
PIIALON ac lON, Now fork.
BEWARE - 67 - COTISTERFEITS.
ASK FOR PHALON'S—TAKE NO OTHER.
ilyrt ly stop . F,, oew
tarEinpire Shuttle Sewing Machines
are auper.inE in all otitersfor.ratuity,audManu4inturing
parposett, , Contain'all-theolat 'et% •fraproventents ;- , are
speedy ; nolselesa ; durable; and easy to work._ Illus
trated Circulars free. Agents wanted. Liberal dis•
count allowed;-zNo corrsignutents • ~
Address EMPIRE S:ifr tiO.,-06 - ftleathvsyMew York: ,
July 24-1 y
ElEmrairs itr.. Ls
A SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL.
Those composed a various tooth, having the
power to relax the secretion& the liver as promptly and
effectually as blue or saataumand. without Prod=laß
any of those disagrosable or dangerous effects which often
follow the use of theiatter.
In all billows disorders these Pllls may be used with etntfl
donee, as they promoterthe Mach/Irv" Of vi bile, and
remove Gone obstructions from the Urea. d billary ducts,
which are the cause of bilious affections general.
6CEIENGIV4I *Alf P4tar.4 Tar care 131"e"MPbe.
and oB disorders of a! Lric , ritnd brallOwaikln, cit
riness and issuitude, showing that the liver is in a torpid or
ohnructesleondslon. , ~ 1 . ,
€ri, ihirt c ilunie PillsPh maybe Mod with asirnribite ill VI
eases when a purvitive or alterative medicine is requlnd.
Please ask for "Dr:..* Bcbenck's Mandrike Pills," and
observe that the two likenesses of the Doctor are on the
Government stamp—one when in the last stage of Con
sumption, and the other In his present. health.
Bole by all Drarristo od - dealers. Price 23 conic per bor.
Prismtwit Office, No. lettinteh 6th Street, PlitlidelrOlis,
Banana Wholesale Agents: Denim Barnes As Co., 21 Park
Bow, New - York;. Bra. iIi&o, 102 Tholtitions -a, Balti
more, Md.; John D. Park, N. E.
_icor. of Fourth and Wel-
nut Bt., Cincinnati , Ohio: Walker ib -Taylor, 124 'Sit 128
Wabash Avenue. Chicago, Ill.; Collins Brothers, sonthirpt
earner of Esmond and Vbao Sta., St. Lon* Mo.
fah &Mb w. ea„ma. 1 yr:
lafrA Cough. A Cold, or A Sore Throot,
•ED SHOULD NE CITECSATL
IT ALLOWED TO L'ONTINEE,
Irritation of the Lungs,
A Permanent Throat Disease,
lIATIMI'A DISECT DCFLUESCie TOITIV9 r. 1114;
GP 11:1101XDLITE ItELdr.
For Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, Consumptive
and Throat Diseases,
TEOCGES ARE USED WTED AMWAY'S GOOD prCCEIS
SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS
will fled Troches useful in clearing the voice when ta
ken before Singing or - speaking, and relieving the
throat after an unusual exertion of the vocal organs
:The Troches are recommended and prescribed by Phy
sicians, and have had testimonials from eminent men
throughout the country. Being an article of true merit,
and having,prored 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.
ce4ye:yet "thin Sinketirtyclea., ;7 73+ 1,. 777 i
OISTAIN Bi6xcuLteir .
do not take any of the iVorUffeas Imitations that maybe
offered. Sold everywhere._ * . ngv2l Gm smpld
eantlini • ano Fortes of °nova
tTEENI S Co. are deemed by all good judges to bo the,
Clutha Thlde of instruments of the kind.
We cannot suggest what Is wantingto make p a mag
i:al inattgrifefilladidTp"dreAvaishp Oa* to
admit that thdlitatt - Ofltnfirofemcnre:airdVet 'ha at
' Before they had brought their Pianos to their prep
iinotAlelfahtattl'aor ttratti b Alt ni4 c ej t n i Z
trOind'Eurofie, receiVad the' reliard of merit, over
all others,-tit the celebrated World's Fair. It Is butjus
tice to say that thejudgmenrthus pronounced has not
been ovenided , St,theintteicalviroUlLl,Jl o . 1-. - ^ 4
Still, by ,the iramoininients, apte
i ti sy them to
their Plados; it is admitted alnore effeet rostra
went has been made. ,They have accordingly achieved
the paradox of making excellence more excellent.—
Surely. Lifter this, they are entitled to the motto "Ex
VET - Denfness, Blindness and' Catarrh
Treated with the utmost success by Dr. J. ISAACS.
Oculist and Aurist, (Formerly of Leyden, llolland.)No.
610 Pine Street, Philadelphia. Testimonials from the
Most reliable sourceslin the City and Country can be
ken at his office. The medical faculty are invited to
accompany their patients, as he has no secrets in bin
practice. ARTIFICIAL EYES inserted without pain.
NO charge for examination. - -
Philadelphia, July 1, Ma.' ly.
NEW. YORK MARKETS.
Reported for the Mortznoss Dzrd ecnAT, by Fento4
Fitzgerald & Tracy, etrictly Produce Commieeion Met ,
chantu, 89 WhitchalAtitreet,:„4ew,;'Fftrk, for the week
Floor, per bbl. 110,00 0 - 4 14,00
Wheat, per bnelgriid.;;Ei ',K.:: 4 ... MIY:44 3,00
ltye, ' ado ''' • '''' U 0 itti 1.45
Corn, co ' 1.23 0, 1,40
031 e,.. ~... dp• - •., 0 .,..0-- 1• -'• ..or . 40,-0, : 643
Butter, per lb. 48
Cheese, e. ' ~....ii.'7 . , : ::— . ..8-.7,..4.- ,: i... 18 On 18
Pork, mesa, per,Mbl 21.00 41 • 2 4 00
Beef, mess, )," 01,00 41 22, 00
Lard, i Per lb. 12 0 13
Tallow, .. 11 46 12
Eggs. per.doz. 'Pa_ 04 1,28
Wool, peilb. 60 0 ;56
pressed Hoge, per 1b....:. 8 e, - 'lO
1;1 'Notices of marriages 'and deaths published free
of charge. Obituaries published if paid for at the rate
of Any cents per hundred Words..
Art Es; eldest daugliser of W. C.
eip a ems.
15 OJITIIL ELSIILT
by mutual consent. All those indebted to said
,II rut are reanested to make Immediate payment.
11. J. WEBB,
A. D. DI.ITTERFIELD.
/IIHII undersigned lupdpgytteb*tedthe stock owned
by n Webti & putter fi eld and stinted the Slore for • .
merly•ooctipled by them,.*lll4ontinue to Abe
ttlebgslgoe add is ready,,tslttl renewed, seal ante f•
fort to attend tolhe *finis bruit enitoinere of the.
!old,tirMi...ardl will trytt‘merttahe 'continued patronage
of all new, once who may thinitit for thclilutcrest to
, purchesc brine:: •
1! Mont,paseiAp.. o A—;w; • 'IL DI: BUTTERFD.'
° a l o
Noies.and ACtoiinils ' Wilson,..oCifile
ner prosatit ,bando
Bon for aettlemorit LaillitacinarnnOttled.acconnta will
pleaeo call and odium delay.
witsort, GRIFFIS a WARNE*
Montrose, April V, 1567. 3w •
F -•!cf •
Strayelf; Dead 'orolen
.1.1 fall blooded Cotswold Back, rathit thth hrtleth; 5'
years old, some red paint on• back. Whoever will re
port his whereaboutato me, dead or alive shall be snit
' ably rewarded. - lioitAcE BRWSTEIt.
Jkidge6watbr, April 43,
• - -
Three Cheers Tor Gen, Grant, -
HIP, HIP, HURRAH!
- C1..4#10/3‘ atelthilLiss;
TR' Hayti Barber, has removed his shop to the
basement of E. L. Weeks' 'New Store, where be is
prepared to give good satisfaction. When I go to ex
plain this subject language falls , to pzpresa it,
National - 'Sioani Navigation
iteert4o .. tiCkels from qvgparrowli
,4 \t ;) New 'roc reduced to $35, currency.
Steerage Schots -from LIVERPOOL' by Thompson's
" Black Star" Hasp!' Packets--$23.
DRAFTS && IRELAND In stuns to snit. for ealti?
" - WM. U. COOPER & CO.
TTE undersigned has purchased the celebrated Span
kb Jack, imported by II: 2 11. Hughes. of. Pittston,
Which took the tint, premium at the New York and
Pennsylvania State Fair. He will be kept at my place
in Forest Lake Township, near the Lake.
Forest Lake, April 1.6,1867.-4 m.
MINER & COATS,
Main gtriai,'6 .dnott tielaw lioyd`q Cot Teri Montrose.
We ace constantly receiving and now have on hand,
afresh stock of Goods in our line, which we will sell
CHEAP!. CHEAP!- CHEAP!
for casb, or exchacgo for produce
GOOD , TEAS,
PORK, - FISH, LARD,
HAMS, DRIED , FRUITS,
We hiye refitted and'made addraai to our Stock of
Palle, and are nos ready to.lorwardßutterto tho heir:
commliston houses:ln N ew York, free of charge, and
snake liberal adirarlOalears on,c bnalgumants.
Coll ind einmlne Stott befor'e pnreinsing else
where, and convince yearselves of the.,
amp gum AV CHEAP PRICES,.
of our Goods,
c. ' -
Xontiose. Aptll'l6, 1867.
Lo A a w rio ß , i . s o 's n ort D m s e . n i t o . i. .tzrg y pai , ! es d small. Also,
, Moiii . trose,:AprE•l6; IBM. • ABEL TIFERELL.
A BEL TURRELL'S STORE,
es usual' le ft.ol of desirable .Goode.' Call and ree
Dissolgtion...6f l eta Partnership.
grit 4..ofritiiiOgriiit beictothret, exiitlitg under the
Aral patuo,oflAL tiqtphln .45; le Ails day din.
tiedbi. mutual consent, P. Smith rotiring.,,,The
tig.tes.un accouilto of the late arm: will he ibunti at, the
zia•pfig,:x o , Sptpttinjor settlement.; id! pereons
Indebtedto tho late firm are requested to make. settle
anent isttlano.dniey, -
• -‘ .• • - •.E •
' lAgmtnernsAlte,SprE 16417.
The understaffed 'toil/ tehittitio niereitintile busij
bees in t3ummereviloe, *here the trill
;melt tfillidissiortmehthtilltitthdrof ineichandlse.;—
Thankfully appreciating the liberal patronage of a gen
eronsirublie for-inanyyears, he stilt-hopes - to retain
their conildenee,no,4 merit 4 share of .their patronage,
by a system of preint4 had honorable dating.
-.4 1 11-1 . 332:"5r . 4 1 1211 0 PM.0 OWES
Oftie l Ooti rf Of 'ailds: all a
t l} accent
4): C A o ldfti g fogindimiondt etwego slate' orMArqh
at,1861,404*0 0,1863 t 04, elititlO to 1 5 Por,
For oadt kervant till tn*Vd. 1 1.314 11 4
I :Pr FRgiiit,4l)9,lPlaslkkarnrp,l,6 ""
::a .. T4ai f rdnd. t"rt itiA;t;:' l
16440 *itilief eST tr "t: "
, Tujtm . rt,„
AFA,cep + nst.ttilili li - ania MK
• - sortment id'gditmirie,:. , "-: • -
'Ll:cOots, - qtallitte,' Bie;itoffs Teni, - 'SPlCetottn&
other Grekorios, litOtiOvntr,PrrNall andAVitidorrPa;
Per; "01aastrare.:."Lamps, Kerosene, - Benzoic,
San i s 011. Lubricating Neatslbot Oa r • •
Be ned Whale 011, Varnish. Whips;: •
- uns..Pistols,.Cartridges, Powder -
'" .'Shck; G4n.Aips mummy . ' ••-•
Instrumen t s. Tor et' Soaps. ' "
Bair 011 s, jßrushes, Pocket Knives. 'Spectacles, .filter
Plated t!p003311. Purks, and ivoryEarullett
Dentist's Altlcles, a general assortment-of ;,-
Fancretoodsi Jeweiry l lorfuinery r etc.
advertisted in Montrosn'Aed nearly every 430011..11N8
„ . ar-'l3lf.9l:lli.ET. - -
In shell, nearly everything to restore the sick, to
Please the taste, to delight the eye, to gratify the - limey,
. and' also tb conduce to tbe, real nun-substantial comforts
of fife. EituM6ratltni 18 littratticable,ns it would 1111 a
InuSrPaper. .oall attha ArtqundiVarletyStorwof -,- ,;„)
•• ABELVIIRRELL'' Arc 4 ittie " Pa.
HEAR - YE - I. - HEAR YE ,-
' - •
All person's who ttnsh. to
1 - ftATE,-kierrAseolo -
•• , •
will caltat tho Store of the subscriber, where they- will
find a Goo Stock of .....
Choice , Flour, Fislf,ll6, - ms cared),
C9ffee and . . Tea, Sagars,Syrppa and -
• Molasses,2nacco„ . Snuff,
1 • • etc •
it)ao--tA good StOclF of
School aiul - ,llkia Rooks, and trim mis
s cellanernid Ro'dk . s, Writin,' Papers
land EnneloPes of supertorgual
Gente' l ' and Ladies' Paper Collars, Canned
and; Dried Fruits, Oranges & Lemons , '
Condense'? Milk, a choice article,
and in fact altntsl 'everything. needed by all the,, ,, 00d
people ;f So equebanna,County Who get hungry andAry,
and by urcbasingtbera,,of,,
• A. AT, DULLARD,
fet, Stare south of,the Court House and; east side of
Pulic Avenue, you can save frcm lto2opercent.
pion treat), March sth, 1867.
TV . O7i FiLIr3XL.
Baldwin, Allen, & McCain.
,Sytt,. Pork, L'atter, - Cih;es;
br i ied Beef, HamS, Fish, Smoked Hal
ihat, Candles, Tea, Cope, Spices,
• . • yryp, 11101 asse , egar,
ct Tiniopy Seed, Flax-seed, Beans,
Broonr, Nails , de. eft,
Ths4l for past patronage. we•ahall he happy to see
and wait upon our old and new cnetomgra.
All 'Goode and FloUr warranted,
A. BALDWIN. cV. L ALLEN. . J McCAIN.
Montrose, Feb. 5,136?.
T";undersigned haie this day formed a co-partner.
ship, under the firm name of Stama x & Moran, for
the purpose-of carrying on Blacksmittirng in all its
VirStriet attention will be given to lloree-shoeing.
All work wilt be done neatly and promptly. The pub
lic areAnvited to call.
B. P. STAMP.
liontrose, March 4th, 1867. tf P. T.
VStATF. OF SAMUEL
dbceased, late of Auburn.townshlp, Susquehanna
county!, Pa. . ~ . -
Letters oil administration open the estate of tbe above
niirme decedent having been granted.to the undersign •
ed, all ersons indebted to said estate are hereby notti
fled to malre-immediate payment, and those . having
Fit the same to present them duly authenti
cated rpr settlement. .
R. J. CARTER, } Adm're
• ' R. S. DAVIS, - '
'Auburn Ward; 4th,1867.*
ESTATE 'OF . 'JOHN FALSEY, lat •
of Apolacou township, Bosq'a co., deceased. -
:Letters tef , tninentary: upon, the estate of the above'
namedidecedent having been granted to the undersign
ed, all Pererms indebted to safd• estate are hereby hunt
ited:toi malm•immediati3 - Paythent, and those having
elehnsjarlinatthe sametopresent them duly atithenti
cated !Or settlement. ~ . • ~ : . • ,
301iN eARti". o
Apolae on, Mara, 12; 1857.* • ' •
= ' BY M AIL;" PREPAID. • •
CHOICE FLOWED • GAUEN SEEDS ,
Grapes,iVo* Strawberries , . Bulbs; Ike.
-11 WATSON'S OLO COLONY NURSERY and
tied „Establishment, Plymouth; Maser, la, now
seedin r , out by mall prepaid, packed with great. carein
gotta percha silk, so as to reach any partof the Union in
perfect., 'safety, a complete assortment of the finest
Grain's, Strawberries, new large Currants,
qooseberrih; B. lack6eirite, Roses,
1- • Flowering_ Plants, Bulbs, . • -
Limes' &e. etc. Fruit arid Ornamental Trees,-Shrubs,
Evergreens, Hedge Plants, &c,-will he sent by-freight
paid tci Boston. Alim,-thatine Cape Cod Cranberrv,for
Caltivaticul In wet land. or in upland and Gardens,
where it.produpes at the rate of4oo bushels to the acre
With illrectitha for ell Ithation. Priced. descriptive cat
alogOcti will be. seat to.tlY , address. Now is the best
time for planting., The pest.way to obtain good frnit,
flower* end seeds, is to send direct to the grower. Send
forlsralegue. "Wholesale Catilognes the trade.—
Agent wanted. - - - [March -
W. R. COATS
1 ''' -3:IDELiaIZSIS P ' . . - - ,-. ..
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.''LECTRIC -- -SOAP' - '
15:diti ( Twitj I Sittl'id •'.41/,0)/t7A'ISAves - .Labor,.'
Saves Clioikei,"'Sai4s Women;
1 *. ~ .:e.lnd 011 arOcOfitsrajt. ,
ItYlloo,bY.Cniting into-mail ehayjnge and diseolv!
lug in t ottratet4.then.epuk the clothee:•llve to ton miu7.
Onee.n d,a tittle hand rubbing will make tbetkne clean
as Willie of machine rubbing would do. with ordlueri i
illiiiP; Ana fh 0 lillifit 'donate fehriereceive holniury.—
refer to itholumnds ottamilienwho !Re t11413g ..4,
411dt7 0 cotild titit.bapereunded . to do witheT4 : ..,. . r;
•, D BBINSPZ :::.EL.E'CT.gIe. A' 0.4 P .
rr:B4l4tpiall.bdi.4lllorilecio tbrinboolie st a te
1, .1.,.._.: - - ;7!danntlitaired Oy by „ -:"..,:-..!:':,:::,
[32 3203215TES .4teljX..44olintrir ,- ,3:
..!,:;:',' :''..`• :': 1 5 11 °P440 - PM . ''4':;}:'.' -7 -
tO tlthitOit'Stree - 1 -I:2kiiasitit:: :,
M.:4l 4 4;tra t- ' .• - , •
1 -, -
MITSI ' It- - 3ENVEDLAY,...
rioneinbsiiibii , haring form "lflankilaitskliWit/11'
I,', hi11...T.eA..1 STRATStini tonslini to , Maio lidirtiosili
bows to 'hits old customers, 04- inforni:thees that the
Mercantile De artnient of iltb,ilmitinellt *UP eivagcei a
be cattled on 0. D. 'Nowan -I, •CL , IVItti:
capitaiand faC ities, a forgo te ock of New Ottnds is ,
ileparttents, a storn thorottAdyftted, and • t '
• a1F•X',1400i111. .lElL4Fitimic*4.
ThelAre.teh-Naking Department --...,,,
Is retainedby me, and wiihreceive niy_perso attSl-:
thou. ,• i hayssecorpd sh e oervleos of M. 0.11, WOLD
BYR4 o"gentlenian -who has had twenty-flveyes
beariltops of Enrope, an d Old Ito, SOperIOVID #0 C01:12 4 \
try. • / shall therefore be able to do. all 11/01' W!thia \\
three days intim ; 01 titne it is left -, • .. 1 . ~..
• TheOtoanik,Tewelr# RePairing ~_
Wilibe "o;nted hfr, Steeens, Who will - do alt Work is
that lino prom t yolicl in the belstatylet. • ^
Nov. 27.1866 • - ; 0 ; 0, BILLS.,
_ 51 1 10.1 % - *CO 03 3 r. --- . • •' '
consist .ot. foil usioittnent of thti following goons,
suitable for MIS market, which'wlll he so d as hOW.-aild
many (them lover, th4 l o,y_itity ono elan this side of
New Y tit4' ' ' • - - .•• -
se ; :.d thp Catalogue., - :.,..
CLOG* I ' S. , - , &r:WATCRES,
-„,;., . i ,4:I,.WATOHES: - ‘--, : ' '• .-•- -
American, Swiss and Hu gllithaktill gold andallser.'
-- ' ['SET*THOMAS CLOCKS;- -
All styl e One/tiding their aelebrited Calendar Clocks,
which tell the nay of the month - Iml week, also the
name of the month, making the' changes for :every?
month coirectiT, with no cart but to wind them once a
_ - •-' iti EW E LAY.. •
Heavy, solid [Geld &bale . Hooks MIIIO4S. Tine sa
id eete of Jewelry—Pins, ;leave - Batt4 us, Sleds, Su
Rings, Sm. .li.c.
EDDItyG RINGS. • -
ilarge, the asierhdeat.
SP EC TAULB'S.;
Tranantedta fit all kinds of Awes
SOLID GOLD ALBUM'S.
A neat little
holding eight Photogisigh •
GOLDPS NS: ;*: '•
- . ,
A tine assortnient, with' audirittioid holders. ' Old
SOLID SILVER WARE.
- Made to order of . pare Coin, consisting of Spoons,
Forks, Thitales, Butter „Knives, -Napkin /Mugs, Fruit
linlvt% Yost Chains, &c. •
Rho best ip Market—single, double, triable and qUad
ruple plate: mid AviamenTED—froto. a full Tea Set down,
Including Castors, Cake and Card Baskets, Ice Pitchers,
Waiters, Butterlatahes, Sugar Bowls, Cups. Tea Bells,
&c. &a. &c. : .
Manufactured by Decker.Briatheri,•,whlch with tbelr
late improvements, surpass those orally ot her makers.
Also, Bradbury's Nem State Planot splendid Waft
ment. Other Pianos frourilaW to 11500. , - ' • '
From $llO to sl2oo—warranted for five years. They
are the finestreed instrtiment in the world. and I have
only to say that. 1 halve' sold nearly .$15,000 vortb of
them in the last four years i and.they are all in good or
der and have never costinycustomeran emitter repair*,
PIGLETS, G UITARS, fte - i - :
Violins frost $5 to $5O, fates, Fifes. Clarionetajlan
jßs, Gaiters, Mows, Strings, Tuning Forks, Lc,
SkRAS•I I VIIATOS.
Supplied with instrumentanf the best Americana:taw
unietnro, by the - single Instrument or full set, at the ma
ker's price—also music for any number of instruments.
Instruetloupooks and Sheet Binsie on hand, and new
supplied reeeited every week. Plano Stools trim $6 to
Perfect Sewing Needles. • .
Wc have the exclusive ngeney for U. J. Roberts' pa
tent Parabola;Necdles--the - best in,tbe world, . Try due
paper and ifmit Satisfied the money will be refunded.
Fire Armi and Sparting.ltlnteria46..
Allen's, Spencer's, and lienry's Breech loading Ri
fles, an styles Revolvers; Fowling Pieces, Shot Belts
end Powder F,JaskeeCartridgen.for S. — Arniy
guns • alsoIIlS, end other Perttusion—Caps, Cpopct
Cartridges, all styles and sizes. •
0. D. lIENIAN.
Moltrose, 'i;or. 2?, 1806;
' l O 1 p. An PEEt 'MATH We Want eizents'every•
11-WV-1P where - Jo sett garIMPRON $2O Bow
-1 'Three new kinds. Under andtipper
feed. Sent otitrlal. -Warranted five years. ' Atsave
ary or large commi salons paid. ,The only machines sold
in the United; States for less than . $4O, which are fully
licensed by Ilowe,,Wheeler4Wilson, Groves & Baker.
Singer & C.0.,' and Bacheider. AlLother cheap machines
are infringenients, and the - Seller or user -are Itablatu
arrest, tine and impriaompent. illustrated circulars sent
free. Addresa,pr call upontiZAW k CLARK, at Bidde
ford,Maine, or Chicago, 111. Dalr29llyo
IRE HOWE MOIR CO'S
• 699 BROADWAY,
FOR "FAMILIES & MANUFACTURERS.
THESE W 0140) - REOWNED .
• :SEWING litAtIliNES .
Weie atharded •Me AO hest , tPreritium at go'
• World'it`Fair ireLiindein, and six-flist
• I"24entinni sarthelffiio' - kOiA. • State'
_ • Fair of 14161; and are
celebrated for doing the best , work, using s, mach
Waller needle for the same thread than any other ma
chine, Ondlik the intredectiou .of the most approved
machinery. wo are now abletrisiipply the very best ma. -
chines in the:world.
Theie rnachines are node at our new and
epaeions Factary at . B,:idgepoit; Cann:,
under the ial» . )ediate supervision of
the. Preirident pf the.annpaily,
•- • •
ORIGINAL INVENTOR TILE SEWING.MA
' They areadaptudto akkinda of Family powlnir,- and:
to the use of.seamstresse ,s dress makers. tailors, man
nfacturers•of Stdrtir, - 'cptlant, skirts, - clOgke, -
clodbliqr, hits, 'cap's, coriets, boots, shoes,.harnese,Sad
qles, linen goods, umbrellas, parasols, etc. They work
equally welLupon silk, linen, woolen and cotton goods
with oil k.,,cotton or linen ihread..,. They will seam,
quilt.gatUer, fell, cord, bmid, bind. and' perform, every
species, rofoiewing, making . a. , beautittil and portant'
stit:ll, alike on both sides of tbo artleks sowed.'
The Stikli, ifotre i gnd motive
on 1111s - Afachile, is,"tha liost:poptilisr
and durable, and ail Sewing MI.
• 5EN77 . 41544-!.ellitCe.L.All. ,
The :Rowe ComPanYi - 1
1300 BRO/iDWAY:Cok.,iath et•4l.
Feb,•113,1E61.. • -1'•
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PENSIONS; .- BOUNTLA.ANI
mine undOnd.nv. LICENSED ACIR24 T 9,f Titialdit•
,Turfribi FMK, , will, glit4 . , p2 , i s ti - atteutio'n , to 0,,
0 MOlttroatadcollit Fop.
, ; ,.91 en law. ad • ..
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