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BY FRANCIS DE.UAse .11141171312.
"The rain descended, and the floods came, and the
winds blew, and beat upon the: house and it tell:
and groat was the felt of it."—MATTIITAir, val. 27.
I built a castle, where the sunny sea .
Tossed its bright bi.lows in the summer
A noble castle,—fashioned regally,
toweis. and P" 103 :ride
and fair. , •
The rarest marbles paved its spacious halls;
Grand arches spanned each ceiling's
With rich mosaics glowed its paneled
And through stained windows, poured
I filled it with the choicest works of art
That taste, and skill, and labor, could
With treasures gleaned from every fa
mous mart ;
With all the luxury that wealth could
Abd there, unmindful of the perished past,
Or what, in the dim future, might•betide,
Within the - present, beautiful and vast,
I bade my heart be happy—and abide.
But 'suddenly, the sky .was filled with
A fierce convulsion shook the thickening
Aud thunder-tones pronounced dread
words of doom,
Traced, on the darkness, in the light
The raging ocean, with a fearful swelly
Swept, through the tempest, deluging
the land ;
And, reeling from its base, my castle fell,
'For I had founded it upon the sand!
The storm was spent—and, wi:h a sullen
Back, from the ruin, rolled the waves
once more ;
And, sorrow-stricken, I went forth alone,
. A hopeless outcast, on a dreary shore !
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Anecdote of Dean .Swift.
The eccentric Dean Swift was walking
in the PhO3l3iX Park in Dublin, when a
thunder shower came on, and be took
shelter under a tree where a party were
sheltering also—two young women and
two young men. . One / of the girls looked
very sad, till as the rain fell her tears fell.
The Dean inquired the cause, and learned
that it was their wedding day; they wore
on their way to church, and now her
v. bite clothes were wet and she couldn't
go. "Never mind, I'll marry you," said
the Dean ; and he took out his prayer
book, and then and there married them,
their witnesses being present, and to
make the thing complete, he tore a leaf
from his pocket book, and with his pencil
wrote and signed a certificate, which he
handed to the bride. It was as .follows:
" Under a tree, in stormy weather,
I married this man and woman together,
Let none but Him that rules the thunder
Put this man and woman asunder."
The impeachment business becomes
•more and more contemptible. Tae com
mittee continues its labors in search of
charges with a desperation which failure
daily renders more apparent. Months
ago the cry went forth for the removal of
the President for offenses which were im
puted to him. Then evidence was sought
in support of these charges, and now the
charges themselves, are abandoned. Else
why this bunting fOr fresh "'crimes" and
other grounds of arraignment ? If Abe
indictment drawn by Ashley and Butler
were tenable, think you we should hear
of the eager inquiry for witnesses on mat
ter not yet a week old ? The latest story
'is that General Burton, who took JetE
Davis to Richihond, is to be examined,
with• the faint hope of _gathering succor
from the talk of the ex rebel chief. Mr.
Seward, too, is to be examined on mat
ters equally novel and nonsensical. Al
together, the committee finds itself in a
tight' place—with a strong desire to im
peach, but withocit proof or even . charges
,to_ ~warrant impeaehment. Some_of its
witnesses are represented as having at
tempted to prove too much, General Ba
ker being of the number. The whole af
otrends the public. -nostrils as a int
sance.--Yeto York Times.
Tun, PICK OF WrimEs - sEs.-L--trnder the
head of " Potter county witnesses," the
Venango Republican tells us that lot long
sine's lawyer friend of theirs had occas
ion to arbitrate a cause on the east fork o
the Sinuemahoning - ,- in Potter county.
The,tough, swearing of the witnesses on
the other side prevailed against him,
he lost .his suit. - He was condoled by a
native, who Said to him : " Why'n 1411
didn't yod let me 'know' yea was cocain'?
Knox (the other la*yer),,he come on here
, a week ago, and had - pick of wit.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR Enior47-4. priest
,waft;called upon to pray , over the -, barren
fields of his parishioners. He passed from
anoiiieltisure to another, and pronounced
his bettedietion, until he came to a most
unprotiiising case. He surveyed, the sterile
acres liOespair. "Alt," said he, " breth
ren no - use to - pray here ; this needs
, proprietox of - - a cotton factory ,
Oats this notice on his gate : -"Nocigars
• or toodlOoking men admitted.", In 'ex.,
-planaion he saul ,`":The e one -:';Will _set a
egoing nnitiingmy cotton, i and !the
: .:other among my ;girls'. I," won't adMit
4och flangerdh things into my establish- ,
scent. The rid: is too great." 1 1
The Montrose Remo6rat
Is PIIIIVIIIIIED ET 61%11' i rtrEIMAT ISltaistra, AT MONTROSE
A.. 'Tr ar in xi. rt. xsris ca
AT $2 rEn ANN= 111 ADTANCB-011 s2}i 11T END 01 TEAL
Business advertisements inserted at $1 per square of
10 lines, three times, and Wets for each additional week.
Yearly advertilters,, with usual changes, charged $lO
for four squares, quarter column $l5, half column $5O,
one column $6O. and other amounts inexact proportion.
Business cards of three lines, $3; or'onetiolLsr a line.
rsri,vntonticika at ch. r.re+oTnis4 arrok4o - o, -.boa 50
v,-rCERIL., In addition to businest rates.
Zob Printing. executed. neatly and ,promptly at
Deed.' Mortgngea, Notes..Jnaticeef , Constabros*,
School and other blanks for sale.- .
greormas I. Cic4gals.
E. 14'.‘ WEEKS Sc
SIICCESSORS of I. N. MIME & CO, Dealers In
Dry Goods, Clothing, Ladies and Misses fine Shoes.
Also, agents for the great American Tea And Coffee
CompanE [April, 1,1867.
E. L. WEEKS. - - C. C. , FAMOT.
DI; G. svrr(Asi, • :
Auctioneer; and kninrance Agent,
ap7 66tt •: Frtendwi lle, Pa.
JAMES E. CAR MALT, ATTORNEY
AT LAW. Office next to Franklin Dote'.
Montrose, Dec, 18,1866. tf
WM. D. LUSK, ATTORNEY AT
LAW, lientrose, Pa. Office opposite the
Pranklitribatel, tear the Court House. uov27 '66
DR. E. L. GARDNER,
PHYSICIAN and 'SURGEON, Montrose. Pa. Gives
especial attention to diseases of the Heart and
Lungs and all Stitical diseases. Office over the Post
Office. Boards anlearle's Hotel. [Sept. 4. 1861.1.
BALDWIN, — ALLEN, & McCAIN,
DEAL USIn Flour, Bait, cork, Fish, Lard, Grain,
Feed, Candlee,.Ciover and Timothy Seed. Also,
Groceries such as Sugars, Molasses, Syrups, Tea and
Coffee. West sidootßablicAvenne.
Montrose, Apri 7,1865.
.13ITRNS At , NICHOLS,
DHALERS in tira.ds, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye
stuffs, Paints, Oil, Varnish, Liquors, Spices. Fan
cy articles. Patent Medicines, Perfumery and Toilet Ar
ticles. Off — Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Public Avenue, above Searle's Hotel, Montrose, Pa.
A. B. Bums, - Astos Microns.
-Sept. 11, 1566.
D, W. SEARLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, office over the Store of Z
Cobb, opposite Searle's Hotel, Montrose, Pa.
May 1, 1866. . •
Dp. E. P. NINES,
HAS Friendsililefor tliepur
pose of practicing medicine and surgery in all its
branches. Be may be found at tbeJackson blouse.
Office boars from 8 a. m., to 9 p. m. jan 16tf
Friendsville, Pa., Jan.lsth, 1566.
ROGERS & ELY,
1:1%, Et. .ELvLoticiamepeorts,
mytir ; ' Brooklyn, lb
tr. 9. .46.111.creicoaa.peer,
febi flitf Auburn 4 Corners. Pa.
• j C. S. GILBERT,
tr.: sea. ..ap.itcrisc•ame;42•2-.
dep764tl Great..l3end, Pa.
STROUD do BROWN, '
IRE AND .LIFR INSURANCE. AGENTS. All
L business attended to promptly. on fair terms. Of
fice Sret door north of " Montrose hotel," west aide of
Public Avenue, Montrose, Pa. [Jan. 1, 1866.
BELIJNOtI Smoot), - - Ciuruzs L. Buoys.
C. 0. FORDEEAM,
110100 T It 8110.81)caler and Manniketnier Montrose,
JLIS Pa. Shop on Main street, one door below the Post
Office. All kinds of work .undo to order, and repairing
done neatly. • Jain 65
DE. E, L. BLAKESLEE,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, has located at Broomlrn,
Snsq'a co., Pa. Will attend promptly to all call•
with which he may be favored. Office at L. M. Bald
win's. [July 11-1 y
EIRSPECTFULLY announces that he is 13.1 W pre
lt pared to cut all kinds of Garments in the most
Pasittonable Style, and warranted to fit with elegance
and ease. Shop otter LN. Bullard's Store, Montrose.
DOCT. L. HANDRICk,
COITYSICIAN & BURGEON, r.eipectfully tender's hie
professional services to the citizen of Friends
ville and vicinity. - perOface inthe °lateen! Dr. Leet.
Boards at 3.- Iloscord'e. . • 11,30 Mt(
EALER in tonne, Medicines, Chemicals, -Dye
stuffs, Glass Ware, Paints, GUN - Varnish, Win
lowcilass, Groceries, Fancy Goode, Jewelry Pelle ,
nery:ffie--Agenefor all the most popular PATENT '
FASHIONABLE TAILOR, Montrose, Pa. Shop
one door west of Searle's Hotel. •
¢' All orders filled promptly, In first-rate style.
Cutting dons on short notice, and warranted to fit
VITAL VP: SMITH,
CABINET AND CHAIR MANIIPACTURKPA—Poo
of Main tame., Montrose, Pa. tf
. . . ,
DtALSR in Staple and Fancy Dry Hoode, Crockery,
Hardware, Iron, Stoves, Drugs; Oils, and Paints i ,
Bootsand Shoes,Hate and Caps. Fors. Bufraliptet,
Groceries, Provielone, New Milford, Pa.
W3l. H. COOPER & CO., '
.0110331118. Montrose, Pa. Soccessorsto Post,Cooper
ILN Co. Mee., Lathrop's new Turnpike -st.
sm. !marmot csiooraix.... •••
A TTONNEY LAW: BountY. Back Pay, Pension,'
AI. and Exemption Claims Attended to. febt
tarOtlice Aid cicico below Boyd's Storej Idontros e,Pa
PENSIONS, - -BOuNTY, -.. AND
• • •
./ - --•:13- -C1•( -- --.-P-AY•--- •
fringenderafgeed,LlCENSED MIEITT of =EGO=
'.IL --- EreildEN'N *rill give protapt• atto talon to all
claim entrusted.to44 care. Cliarsee low. and infor
mation FREE. - ' I. FITCH,
.Montroae 'Jolt:l4,-1665f - tt
Thrife::64i4a tilen.. Gram
ciaziorieimi' . 4o4
THE Hayti Baiiier, has removed ids shop to-lb
Imminent of E. L. Weeks' Itiew Store, where lie is
Swirled to sire good satisfsethio. When I go to *s
plint this IRLDJIHM-pligetslis to express
.7 2 7.e.0
"lief Adre . 4l - 01.44.4 1 _0*:
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY.
Home Insurance Co. of W. Y., Capital 041 1
Insurance Co. of North America, Mara,
Capital and Surpkts, t 1,700,000
International Flee Inannume Co. of N. T.l i
Capital and StirPlutt,, • , . 1,600,000
Lycomlng Connty.llntaal Insurance Co.of ~
• Blaney. Penn's, Capital and Surplus, 2,600,000
Farmer's Mutual Insurance Co. York, Pa.,- .
capital MO unrolls, . 600,000
Enterprise Insurance ICompany, l'hiPa,
Capital and Surplus, 375,000
Insurance Co. State of Pennsylvania, Phil.
Capital and Surplus, 700,000
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. of
Hartford, Coml. Paying 60 per cent„ . 1
dividends to theassured. ~The notes
given for half the premium is never to
c paid under any Circumstances. •,, he ,
policy will always be paid in fill, and ' •
the notes given up. Capital, '',- 10,000,000
American Life Insurance Co., Philadel
phia, Capital, 1,000,000
Travelers' Insurance Co. Hartford, Conn.,.
InstaLeg against all kinds of acpitlents " ,
: . ... ,
Hartford Piro Insurance Company, Hart,.
(ord.-Conn.. Capital and Surplus, $1,583,163
Putnam Fire Insurance Co., Hanford, Ct., I
Capital, . ssoa;o0
Hartford LI re Stock Insurance Company. i
Insurance on all kinds of Live Stock,
against theft and' - death from any
cause. Capital, , , $500,000
112t'Ali business entrnsted to 'one rare will he attend.;
ed to on fair terms, and all lasses:promptly adjusted.
STROUD! ti. BROWN, Agents.'
IV'Ofilee flrstdoor north of" Montrose Hotel," west
1 side of Public Arcane.
M. C. SorroN, EN., Frtendeville, Solicitor
BILLINGS Sncolm, Csuituis L. BnowN
Montrose, Jan. Ist. 1867. ly
ERIE RAILWAY.—On and after 11on—
day, April 29th,1 1867. trains will leave Great
Bend at about the following hours, viz.:
5.58 m. Night Express, Mondays excepted, for No.
chaster, Buffalo, Salamanca and Dunkirk making di
rect connection withltrains of the Atlantic. and Great
' Western.. Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Railways. for
nil poitits West; also at Binghamton for Syracuse;
at Owego for Ithaca, and at Elmira for Canandaigua,
3.33 a. m. Night Express, Daily, for Rochester,
Buffalo, Salamanca, Danklik and the West. StopS
at Great Bend on Mondays only.
5:27 a. m. Mall Trate, Sunday's excepted, for Buffalo
and Dunkirk, connecting nt Elmira for Canandaigua.
11.31 a. m. Emigrant Train; Daily, for the West.
3.53 p. m. Day Express, Sundays excepted. for Ro
chester. Buffalo, Salamanca, Dunkirk. and the West.
Connects at Binghamton for Syracuse : at Owego for
Ithaca; at Elmira for Canandaigua; at Salamanca
with the Atlantic,and Great. Western Itailway,and at
Buffalo with the Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Rail-
ways, for all points West and South, •
Mp. m. Express nail, Sandays'excepted, for Blair
lo,Salamanca, and Dunkirk, connecting with trains
for the West ; also a$ Elmira for Canandaigua.
12.40 p. m. Way Freight, Sundays excepted.
7.06 a. m: Cincinnati Express. Mondays excepted.
at Lackawax - en for Bawley, and at Graycourt for New
burg and Warwick.
3.00 p. m. Accommodation Train Daily.
2. 00p. in. Day Express. Sundays excepted.
9.27 p. in. New York and Baltitnore Mail, Sundays ex
3.43 a. In. Night Express. Daily, connecting at Gray
court for Warwick;.and at New York with afternoon
trains and steamers' for Boston and New England
10.31 a. m . . Way Freight, Stmdaye excepted.
W3l. R. BARR, R. RIDDLE,
may 7 Gen'! PA4eenger Agent. Gen' I Sup'f.
MUSIC & JEWELRY:
!TIRE subscriber basing formed a par:nerabip with
1 MR. J. A. STRVIENS, wishes to make his best
bows to . hie old Customers, and inform them that the
Mercantile rtepartmeAt of the business will hereaiter
be carried on by 0. D. Beman ,t, Co. with, Increased
capital and facilities, large sock of New Mods in all
departments, a store t °roughly refitted, and
Pries -rte. ei tact 4 . 3. d.. '
The Watch-Flaking Deriartment.
Is retained by me, and will receive my personal atten
tion. I have secured the services of MR. C. 11. %VOLD
BYE, a gentleman who has had twenty-five years in the
best shops of Europe, 4nd has no superior in the coun
try. I shall therefore be able to do all work within
three days from the titbe it is left.
The Clock and:Jevireiry Repairing
Will be owned by Mr, Stevens, who will do All work in
that line proniptly, and in the best style.
Nov. 21, 1866
carrmi /sumo c)mr.
will consist of a full assortment of the following goods,
suitable for this market, which will be sold as low, and
many .of them lower, than by any one else this side of
New York city.
- Read to Catalogtta.
CLOCKS & WATCHES.
Ameriean, Swiss and English, both gold and silver
SETH THOMAS CLOCKS,
All rtylea, incladin,g their celebrated Calender Clocks,
which tell -the day of the month quid week; also the
name of the month, making the, changes fOr every
month correctly, with no care bat to wind them once ' a
Heavy, solid Gold Chains, Books and Keys. Fine sol
id sets of Jewelry—Pins, Sleevo Buttons, Studs, Ear
A largo, fine assortment.
Warranted to fit all kinds of egos.
SOLID GOLD ALBUMS:. •
A neat little Charm holding eight small Photographs.
GOLD• PENS. •
A fine assortment, with and without holders, Old
SOLID SILVER WARE.
Made to orderof pore Coin; consisting of Spoons,
Forks, Thimbles, Batter Knives, Napkin Zings, Fruit,
litliVe2. Vest Chains, &c.
Thebeat in market—single, double, treble and quad
ruple plate and waniuurfroza a Inn Tea Set &lap,
including Castors, Cake and Card Baskets. Ice Pitchers,
Waiters, Butter Dleheb, Sugar Bowls, Cups, Tea Bella,
PIANOS. • .
Manufactured by- Decker Brothers, which, with their
late improvements, surpass those of any other makers.
Also, Bradbury's Newlcale Pianos—a splendid Instru
meat. Other Pianos from $350 to $5OO.
' slloto $1200.-warrantedfOr five years. They
are the finest reed instrument In the world and I have
only to eay that I have sold nearly $15,000* worth :Of
them In the last four years ; and they are all'ln good or
der and have never coSt nayenstomere a cent for repairs.
, VIOLINS, GUI,ITARS,
Violins from $5 to 00, Flutes, Fifes, Glarionets,Thin
jos, Guitars, Bows, Strings, Tuning Forks, &c.
. • •
, _, .
Supplied with inatniments o
f the best American man
ufacture, by the singld instrument or faltset; at the ma
ker's price—also music for any nhmber of, instruments.
lustructlerillooka and Sheet Music on band, and new
supplies received after week. Piano Stools from 11.6Aci"
.$/6. , , .
i •.: ! • ,
Perfect . Sewing eedles. ::• • . ' , 1
' .`SV,Va.irs the exelusr agency for R.. 3. Roberts' Pa- I
tent Parabola Needles the heetin the world, Try obe
paper and itnot sails id the Motley will be refunded:
.., _ . ~
Fere 'Arpm and gporting 3fateriate. ~ , -1 -.•
Allen's Spencer's, land Ilenry'i 'Breech lotidlng RI ,
flea, all st'yles Revolvers, Fowling 'Pieces, shot' - Belts
and Powder-Flasks,., Cartridges for _all the„ll. S. Army
guns ; also U. S. 'and 1 other Perbussion.„ MPS. Cooper
tiairtridges, - all. style! and aim. - —,
. 0. D. p101.01._.. 1 • . .7: A. STEVENS. '(
~ Montrose. N0v,27.1866. .- - • ' —_, :
iD soe . I a e p it,
ualepaterw-now awlrrellable treatment-1u Reporte
the HOWARD ASSOLATIOR.- Sent .m a fltnaealdd
ettereuvelopes,free orange: 'AildreseDs.d.
Mammon, Howard, Aiwochitloii.NO 2 South Gthstree
MINER & COATS,
Main Street, b doors below Bcrydfs Corner, Montrose
FLOOR, GRUM, IRD
r — ;
We are 'penitently reeelving end Juiri . insve on hand,
sfreph al t nck of Goode in our line, which we will sell
CHEAP ! CHEAP ! CUMAP !
PORK, FISH, LARD,
HAMS, DRIED FRUITS,
CLOVER rk TIMOTHY SEED, &c.
We have refitted and made additions to our Stock of
Pails, and aro now ready to forward Butter to the Wit
commiesion houses fn New York, free of charge, and
make liberal advancements on consignments.
Call and examine one Stock btfore purchasing else
where, add convince yourselves of the
Geoo QUALITY £ CHEAP NE3E3
C. G. MINER,
Montrose, April 16;1861
GROVE'S & BAKER'S
At the State Faire of
New York, Ililinois, -
New Jersey, Michigan, N. Carolina,
Vermont, Wisconsin, Tennessee,
Pennsylvania, lowa, Alabama,
Ohio, Kentucky, Oregon,
Imliana, • Missouri, ,California.
At the Fairs of the
American Institute, Franklin Institute, Maryland In
stitute, Massachusetts Mechanics' Association,
Penn. Mechanics' Institute, St. Louis
" Agricultural and Mechanics'
And at nnmeron4 Institute and County Fairs, including
all the Fairs at which theywere exhibited the past
Fret prizes have also been awarded those machines at
the exhibitions of
London, Paris, Dublin, Litz, Besancon,
Bayonne, St. Dizier, Chalons,
0. D. BE3IAN
And they have been furnished by special command
Empress of francs,
Empress of Russia,
Empress of Brazil,
Queen of Bavaria
The Grover it Baker Beetle Stitch Sewing Machines
are superior to all others for, the following reasons :
1. They sew direct from the spools, and require no re
winding of thread;
2. They are more easily nnderatood and used, and
lees liable to derangement than any other machines.
3. They are capable of executing perfectly, without
change of adjustment, a much greater variety of work
than other machines. • .
4. The stitch made by these machines is mach more
firm, elastLe..and durable, especially upon articles which
require to be waehed and ironed, than any other stitch.
5. This stitch, owing to the manner which the un
der thread Is inwrought, is moth - the most plump and
beautiful in use, and retains this plumpness and beauty
even upon articles frequently washed and ironed until
they are worn out. '
-6. The structure of , the seam ia such that, though it
be cot or broken at Intervals of only a few stitches, it
will neither open, rut4.or nivel, but remains firm, and
7. Unlike other mnehineis, these fasten both ends of
the seam by their own operation.
8. With thesemaebines,' while silk is used upon. the
right or faee Meat the seam, cotton may be used upon
the other 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 up mitt:llllk.
9. ThesermAines; in addition to their superior mer
itaas instruments , for sewing bye change of adjust-
Mont, easily learned and practiced, execute the most
beautiful and permandtt embroidery and ornamental
GROPES & BAKER. B. M. CO.,
493 Broadway, New York,
Oct. 23.-10 m 780 Chestnut street, Phtra.
1,500 PER YEAR t Wew ant Agents every
whereto sell oar IIiPROVrA/ $.%) sew
ing Machines. Three new kinds. Under arid upper
,ted.:. tient pa trial. Warranted dro.years. _Above sal
ry ,or large coMmlssions paid: 'The'only machines sold
the United States for leas than $4O, which' are hilly
licensed by Rowe, Wheeler & Wilson. grover & Salter,
Singer - 4 Co. andl,iaehelder. All other cheap machines
are,infringements, and Abe seller or user are liable to
arrest, fine and iniprisimment. Illustrated circulars sent
free. Address, or call. nporiSEINW.& CLAII, at Bidde ,
ford, Maine, or Chletigo,lll, , 729/4Y!
EORUBTIOII Of BOUNTIES!
- OroISTIS : : 'Congress hucquit passed enact to egual.
ize „vont Honntles I. Those who !have not already
done so; sherild make Immediate application. Wid
ows. belts oeparente of Soldiers who have died In the
service, are entitled to the same bounty" the soldier,: if
living t - would receive. - Having alread.y , prepared over
two hundred claims;• those who hive delayed making
application, will find it . greatly to ;their advantage to
Invalids and widows entitled to ap increase pt pen
al= under act_approVed Juno 60866, should ese make
applicatiow Inf9rMation free: ,
~ Licensed HOvernment Agent.
MontrOSe " Aug. 1068. 'tf ' --" - "
ClOVer : Stalni:o437 - Seed
- or Bile Cheap, tyy - BVLILA111).
ifitatrou,lferoklib, MO- '
for cash, or exchange fOr produce
of our Goods
WiCIIE A WA4PED TEM
HUNT : . BROTHERS
'‘giScriCAL*4 4 riiicizr •
Wholesale at Itetall Dealers DI
311.122E00 - 42:1112 9 ,
STV4EL NAILS, •`.
MIN" RAIL, COUNTERSUNK & T RAIL SPIKES
.RAILROAD & MINING SUPPLIES. • -
CARRIAGE 'SPRINGS, AXLES, SKEINS AND
ROSES, BOLTS , NUTS and WASHERS,
PLATED BANDS: MALLEABLE
IRONS, HUBS, SPOKES,
PELLOES. SEAT SPINDLES, BOWS, &a.
ANVILS, VICES, STOCKS and 'DIES, BELLOWS
• HAMMES, SLEDGES. FILES, dc.
CIRCULAR AND MILL SAWS, BOLTING, PACKING
TACKLE BLOCKS, PLASTER PARIS
CEMENT, runt & GRINDSTONES.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS.LEATHER &FINDINGS
Scranton, Marc)] 24, DEM. ly
N®'®P. 31Plie3xn.:' •
Baldwin, Allen, & McCain.
DEARIIB LEI- •
Flour, Feed, Salt, Pork, Butter, Cheese,
Dried Beef, Hams, Fish, Smoked Hal
ibut, Candles, Tea, Coffee, Spices,
Syrup, Molasses, Sugar, -
Clover' & Timothy Seed, Flax•seed, Beans,
• Thanlithl for past patronage, we shall be happy to see
and wait upon our old and new customers.
All Goods and Flour warranted. .
A. BALDWIN. W, L. ALLILN. J. IL McCAIN.
Montrose, Feb. 5.1857.
Saves Time, Saves Honey, Saves Labor,
Saves Clothes Saves Women,
And all Grocers sell it.
It is 'need by cutting into small shavings and dissolv
ing In hot water, then soak the clothes five to ten min
utes, and a little hand rubbin g will make them as clean
R 8 hours of machine robbing would do, with ordinary
soap. and the most delicate fabric receive no Injury.—
We can refer to thousands of families who aro using it,
and who could not be persuaded to do without
DCBBINS' ELECTRIC SOAP.
W - Sold by all leading Grocers throughout the State
- litannfadtured only by
107 South Fifth, Street, Philad'a.
Nov. 13, 18611.—leaft
W. R. COATS
Lackawanna & Bloomsburg B. B,
VN and after November 47, 1865 , passenger trains
will run as follows:
.a. M. A. M. P.M.
Leave Scranton, 5:50 10:50 4:50
Kingston, 6:55 11:15 6:10
” sntlart. 9:15 8:53
Danville, 9:50 _ 9:30
Arrive at Northumberland, 10:80 10:15
Leave Nortbemberlnid, 8:00 3:05
Danville, R:4O 3:40
f. Rnpert, 9.15 A x .*4:15
Arrive at Scranton,
Passengers taking train south from Scranton at 5:50
a. m. via Northumberland. reach Harrisburg at 12:80 p.
'm.; :Baltimore 5::A) p. m i ; Washington 10:00 p. M.; via
au pert reach Philadelphia at TOtrp. m.
Kingston, Nor. 25. ' H. A. FONDA, Snpt.
zaconivi3Exwim , ,
'GLOVES & MITTENS,
BOOTS (Sr; SHOES.
made to order, and . Merchants supplied at tka loves!
Neu+ York rates.
au la Retteixari;, 41.112511 no .Goodo, and
getthe orlon; ittluir*n`t, ttio Cioc•do. L..:-;
Brooms, Nails, &e. eix
ALL ; \
J. W. lII4DIALTS Calibrated Patel
The wonderful flexibility and great eomfon
pleasure to any Lady wearing tbe Duplex Elliptic sir,"
will be experienced particularly in all crowded A l ":
bliss, Operas, carriages, railroad care, -church pave
arm chairs, for promenade and bouse'drees, as theesii
can ho folded when in use. to occupy a small put
easily or conveniently as a silk or muslin dress, i t
valuable quality in crinoline, not found in any it ic ,l t
A lady having enjoyed thepleasure_, comfort and
convenience,of wearing the Duplex Elliptic steel stoic,
Skirt ter a single dayivill never 'afterwards 'strata
dispense with, their use. Foe children, misses, ad
youngladtee they are superior to all others.
They will. not bend or break like the single stn b
but will preserve their perfect and gpeaceful shape
three Or font ordinary, skirts, would have been 11, 01
away as useless... The' hoops are covered with c ot t i ,
and twisted thread, and the bottom rode are :not or
double springs,(bat twicelor double) covered, ()mint
lug them from leering out when dragging down stoop,
stairs, the. 4,
The Duple* Elliptic is &great favorite with ill M u
and is universally recommended by the Fashion lisp,
zines as thestandard skirt of the faitlonable world .
To enjoy the following inestimable advsnitcti
crinoline, viz : superior quality, perfect manattea m,
stylish she and finish, tixibllity.e durability, canta
and economy, Inquire for.J. W.. Bradley ' s
hptic, or Double Spring Skirt, and be sure lon get a,
CAUTION.—To guard against imi t t iosltlon he pani c: .
laic* notice ;that skirts o ff ered as ' Duplex" heti!,
red luk stamp, viz: " J. W. Bradley's Duplex F.4e4
Springs" upon the waistband—none others are sm.
ins. Also notice that every hoop *ill admit a prs h.
ing passed through the centre, thus revealing theta,
(or double) springs braided together:therein, chid 5
the secret of their flexibility and strength, and I tea.
bination not to be found tonne - other skirt. • •
For sale fn all acmes where 'Ant class Skirts arm ua
throughout the United States and eliewbere.
Manufactured by the sole owners of the Patent.
We" Bradley t Carey,
97 Chambers and 79 a 81 Meade ate., New York.
EMPORIUM Of RIW SITEESI
H. Burritt luslinZptreening large"'
A 1 g i ,
-1 7 1# 1 - 11
zvaeditc4i4a-^ Lutz --bb-,....r..er,1 43 k 2,
Embracing extra varieties of Fashionable Deers Goa.,
in plain;striped and floored Delanes„ imperial
Lustree. Sferinoce, Paramattas,
and Print., Clothe, Cassimeres,,
• Flannels', Broche " and
Balmoial and Duplex-Hoop Skirts; Ladles' and Gm'
Furs, Buffalo Robes, Carpeting, Floor Oil Cloths.
Papers, Window Shades, Hat+ and Caps, Boots, St o,
and Clocks 1 including also as usual a general wen.
ment of other Dry Goods, Deese Trimmings, and Lt.
kee Notions, Groceries, Crockery, Hardware, Irn t ,
Nails, STOVES. Drng,s, Oils, Paints,
he Will sell on the most favorable terms for Cash, Pro
dues, or approved Credit.
Now Milford, November, 18643.
VOUTZ'S CELEBRATED HORSE
AND CATTLE POWDERS. •
This-preparation; long and favorably know, ri^
thoroughly reinvigorate broken-down and low-fpnhat
horsmc, by strenthening and cleansing the stomach Ed
It is a sure preventive of all diseases incident to drt
animal, ruches Lung Fever, Glanders. Yellow-Mart.
Heaves, Congas, Distemper, Fevers, Founder, Lo” of
Appetite and Vital Energy, &a, Its use improventt
wind, Increases the appetite, gives a smooth and I!e
skin, and transforms the miserable skeleton Into a
looking and spirited horse.
TO KEEPERS OF COWS,
this preparation Is invaluable. It Increases the quail.
ty and improves the quality of thomilk. It has
proven by actual experiment to increase the quarro:y
of milk and cream twenty per cent. and make the L.
ter firm and sweet. In fattening cattle, it gins them
an a petite:loosens their hide, and makes them Cm,
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE,
each atii Cotp,hs, tqcers in the Lange, Liver. ate
article acts as a specific. By putting from one hsi
paper to a paper in a barrel of swill the above dipmfet
will be eradicated or entirely prevented. If gives is
time, a certain preventive and care for the EMS
ra.red POO 25 cents per paper, or 5 papers -for tt. Pre.
S.A. FOUTZ'& BRO.,
at tbelia•bdiesale Drag and Medicine depot, N.
Franklin et, Baltimore. Md. For'sale by Droggisu
and'stortikeepers tbrong,libnt the United Sutes.
Tor sale in Montrose by
novel ypal6 ABEL TUEiIELL.
BY MAIL, PREPAID. ,
CHOICE.FWIVEII & OARDEN-SEEM,
New Strawberries, Grapes, Bulbs, &c.
BN. WATSON'S OLD. COLONY NURSERY and
. Seed ~,Establishment, Plymouth, 3lass..-is now
Sending Gutty mail prepaid, packed with greet core td
guttaperchrt silk, so as to reach anypart of the Uniut,
perfect safety, a complete aaaortment of the 'finezt
,Grapes . , Stralpberries,,. veto large Currant;
goosleberries, Blackberries, Rose;
Flotieiing Plants, Bulb;
Lillie!, &c. &c, Fruit and Ornamental Trees. Shrub',
Evergreens] Hedge Plants, /he., will be sent by freight
Peld.to Boston. Also, the true Cape Cod ersoherr.for
cultivation !in. wet land, or in upland and Gsnieos.
where it prdduces at the rate of Mk) bushels to the Crs;
with directions for cultivation. Priced descriptive est•
al gees will be sent to any address. Now is the bevt
time for planting. The best way to obtain. good (not,
flowers and seeds, is to send direct to the grower. scud
fora Catalogue. Wholesale Catalogues to the trade.-
Agents wattled. [March 19-2 m
WESTER-5i R. R. Winter Arrangement
• PASSENGER TRAINS I.EATE
WESTWARD. I EASTW
Mail Evening . Mail
train, train . I STATIONS. I train.
A. RI: IP. , P. MI
9.130,, New Y0m..:...... 5,20
11,30 Now Hampton • 2,30
12,18 t Mentinka Chunk—. 103
_F. 12 45 Delaware ....Dine 1,30
a 4,30 . 10,111 Scranton 9.43
5,38 11,43 Nicholson',.B 33
o , 5,58 12,03 ..... 8,18
'4 6.20 12,89 liontrone. - 3,55
1 4, 8,41 1,08. -New Milfo r d "4.34
so'_o o 1,35 Great Bend
1 1 P.M. • P.M • 4 Foot of Liberty-st. lA.
CaNNECT/ O : 4B• I — WESTW ARD.
The Mail-train from.:NeW,York connects at H''
punka Chunk with the train leaving Phllad'atgent int
toa depot) at 730 a. in.: and Greatßend withthrourt
malltrairkon t ine Brie Railway, with sleeplGC
tached, stopping o r r . all the tirinclpOl stations on •°• 4
xelad, and arrivi at Buffalo at 0.18 a. m. '
The aegenger ain from Scranton connecto ot Gr .
Ben with through trains going west and 0501 on Erie
Railway, arriving at Buffalo et 1,28 a. in., and
mama at 1.2 in. . • - •
:r• • : , CONNECTIONS—EASTW.ARP!
• • The Mail train from Great Send connects there
with the Cincinnati Express on 'the EriejtellwaY fru:7
andw ; atMeinunka Chunk with A. train for Plaid
intermediate stations, ,arriiing in Philndelpt O
CZ) p. tn.; and at New Hampton With strain for rxi,"
pethlohemildlentovrn, Reading arid-Harrisburg.
at llarriebnrg at .8,30 p. m.
At Scranton. tonneeitinstire toadevithtrainr On th •
Lackawanna end Bloom ebtailL.ll. to and from Pi Orr
,Kingston, Wilkesbarre, Berwick, Bloom tbittg,T o6 ' e '
Mrthaaikeiland, orrinbtrre and intermedt ate stations;
and with trains on theflielaware and Hudson fin
to and from Carbondaltrand intermediate stations.
- R. BENRY, •: : $lll Bl3 / N.
"torn TiCtot Agent. President.
''SOLDIERSt , i SOU Iff
4 . PENSIONS,
TURaadeiliel y cLlCTENS 11ENT of 6 °. (l°V.
g *Malle the neceses.o7 l %
. 1 41.4vgarA i npt li Oteation_to all claims bun
' to* Corot i.g o- 0 1111 4 1 enc l eilftd "l'Vrr"'
I 4 ito4l"o4,'ltaii - Ciar le6f:
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4,U I 0
9.45 I .4.