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TlO3 o dditrose Democrat
PVBISISTIED EVE= TUESDAY MO/INTNO, AT MONTILOS=
SUISITTEBANNA COVITTT, PA., TIT
Al" •T. E 3E3 Ft Mit '1" Si CO
AT $2 FTR ANNUM IN ADVANCE -0B S2M AT =MOP YEAH.
Business advertisements inserted at $1 per square of
10 lines, Circe times, and 25cte for each additional week.
Yearly advertisers, with natal changes, charged $lO
for four squares, quarter column $l5, - half column $3O,
one column $6O, and other amounts inexact proportion,
Business cards of three lines, $3; or one dollar a Hod.
Legal notices at the customary rates,—abont l so
per cent.in addition to business rates.
Job Printing executed neatly and promptly at
Deeds, Mortgages, Notes, Justices', Constables',
School and other blanksfor sale.
Tesmes Cwesla. ricyvvra.
DR. W. L. RICHARDSON,
PbICIAN & SURGEON, tenders his profession
all services to the citizens of Montrose and v icini
ty: Office at his residence, on the corner east of Sayre
& Bros. Foundry. [June IS, 18670.1y*
P. E. LOONLB
LOOMIS ct - HANNAH,
TTORNEYS AT LAW. Solicitors in Bankruptcy,
and General Real Estate and Collecting Agents.—
Valuable City Lots. Residences, Farms, and Coal
Ls nds for sale. [Scranton, June
n. L. WEEKS'S.; CO.
SUCCESSORS of I. N. HINE & CO., Dealers In
Dry Good, Clothing, Ladles and Misses line Shoes.
Also. agents for the great American Tea Ind Coffee
Company. [April, 1,1867.
E. L. WEEKS. - - C. C. FAUROT.
M. C. SUTTON,
Auctioneer, and Insurance Agent,
np7 6Stf Frlendevlife, Pa.
JAMES E. CARMALT, ATTORNEY
CI AT LAW. Office next to Franklin Hotel.
Montrose, Dec. 18, 1866. tf
v WM. D. LUSK, ATTORNEY AT
LAW, Montrose, Pa. Office opposite the
Franklin hotel, near the Court Rouse. n0v9.1 '66
DR. E. L. GARDNER,
PTYSICIAN and SITGGEOIF, Montrose, Pa. Gives
especial attention to diseases of the Heart and
Lungs and all Surgical diseases. Office over the Post
Office. Boards at Saarle's }total. [Sept. 4. 1866.
BALDWIN, ALLEN, •L- McCAIN,
p'p~EALERS In Flour, Salt, Pork, Fish, Lard. Grain
; is Avenue
liouiroi.e, April 17, 1566.
BURNS dk NICHOLS,
DEALERS in Drup, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye
stuire, Paints, Oils, Varnish. Liquors, Spices, Fan
cy articles. Patent Medicines, Perfumery and Toilet Ar
ticles. al — Prescriptions airefally compounded.
Public Avenue, shove Searle's Hotel, Montrose, Pa.
A. B. BURNS, AMOS Nicaots.
Sept. 11, ISt6.
D. W. SEARLE,
j. TORNEY AT LAW, office over the Store of Z
Cobb, opposite Searle's Hotel, Montrose, Pa.
May 1, 1866.
Ds. E. P. HINES,
TT AS permanently located at Friendsviile for thepur
-1.1 pose of practicing medicine and surgery In all its
branches. He may be found at the Jackson House.
Office hours from 8 a. in., to 9 p. m. janl6tf
Friendaville, Pa., Jan. 15th, 1866.
ROGERS & ELY,
V. Eli. AL.l.2.4mticssa.earts,
my 10• Brooklyn, Pa
- cr.' B. .A.l.a.nti,coza.eer.
febl 6-Itf Auburn 4 Corners, Pa.
C. S. GILBERT,
XT. Sl. agLuat - icorLeier.
sep7 64tr Great; Bend, Pa.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS. Al
business attended to promptly, on lair terms. Of
flee first door north of "Montrose Hotel." west side o
Public, Avenue, Montrose, Pa. [Jan. 1, IS6n.
DIISZIGB SIIICIIID, - - CEWILES L. Bnoo-st
BOOT Oh SHOE Dealer and Manufacturer. Montrose.
Pa. Shop on Main etreet, one doorbelow the Poet
Oillce. All hinds of work ~ade to order, and repairing
done neatly. janl.6s
DR. E. L. BLAKESLEE,
PIITSICIAN & SURGEON. has located at Brocmlyn,
Snsq'a co.. Pa. Will attend promptly to all calls
with which he may be favored. Office at L. M. Bald
JOAN SA UTTER,
pESPECTFULLY announces that he is new pre.
IL pared to cut all kinds of Garments in the most
Fashionable Style, and warranted to fit with elegance
and ease. Shop over I. N. Bullard's Store, Montrose.
DOCT. E. L. lIANTDRICK,
ttYS 'DIAN t SURGEON, respectfully tenders hi P
1_ professional serviette to the citizen of Friends
trifle and vicinity. re - Office intheofficeof Dr. Lect.
Boards at J. llosford's. 11y30 63tf
""r - s, LED: In Drags, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye ,
•Si ntfa, Glass Ware, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Win
tans, Groceries, Panay Goode, Jewelry Perin- -T
-c.ery,.tc—Agent for all the moat popular PATENT
VISHICiNABLE TA.IIOR, Montrose, Pa. Shop
ono door west of Searle's Hotel.
Cn gordeps Ailed promptly, in first-rate style.
one on short notice, and warranted to et
riABINET AND CHAIR BIANTMACTUREILS,—_root
1.-/ of Main street Montrose, Po. •tf
DALE'R In Staple and FanmDry Goods, Crockery
• Hardware, Iron, Stoves, Dritge, 0.11 s„ and Paints
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps . Fors, Buffalo Robes
Grocer,ies, Provisions, c;c., New Milford, Pa.
WM. IL COOPER & CO.; •
TlANElllo3,llontrose, Pa. Suctessorsto Post;Cooper
JL) & Co. Office, Lathrop's new banding, Tanapikerst.
%Fat.. iiIINTTING COOPLII ' , BMW DIUNIUM.
A. O . , WARREN, - •
A TTOB .&TIL. V. Bounty., Back Pay, Einsion,
tad Exemption claims attended to. t e m
11BrOffice drat door belovak.yd'a Store,' Montroae,Pa
. 7 •
•Wcoccii•C i a , rait.laa
• . 7 4 N.l:l—,j
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jolt liwkigigned reepecrny Info= the public that
they are carrying on the above 'business at the old
standin Jessup. Ilaying.recentlyreatted and put their
machinery in perfect order, they are prepared to dokai
good worfaf Pia be *FLA to ;,lu , cputti7.:
J. f 3. WAR!)
• itpeut., Jthirt 1; ' ' DEptric:
HEAR YE . I, 7 HtAR "kg!
411 tiodhs who toiah to
Mgt IVO 31 1 10 0 33.03 r
IN THE PURCHASE OP
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
will call at the Store of the subscriber, where they will
fled a Good Stock of
Choice Flour, Fish, Hams (sugar cured),
Coffee and Tea, Sugars, Syrups and
Molasses, Tobacco, Snuff, •
Cigars, etc. etc.
Also—A good Stock of
="4 , 0-MW.:1L.1.31 11.03 ti!'
School and :Blank Books, and view ?as
cellaneons Books, Writing Papers
and:Envelopes of superior gual
' ities and perfumed,
Gents' and Ladies' Paper Collars, Canned
and Dried Fiuits, Oranges d Lemons,
Conde;awl Milk, a choice article,
and in fact almost etterything needed by all the good
people of Snehnehan'na County'who get hungry and dry,
and by purchping them of
first Store south of theiCourt House and east side of
the l'ublic Avenne, port can save frcut 10 to 20 per cent.
Montrose, March Othj 1807.
ABEL -, TURRELL
Is nti conuallyreceiving
NE w : Go p S
And beeps constantly op hand a full and dctarable as
! Bailment of genuine,
Drugs, I Medicines, Chemicals,
Liquors, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Teas, Spices and
other Groceries, Stoneware, Wall and Window Pa
per, Glasßware;; Lamps, Kerosene, Benzoic,
Tanner's Oil , Lubricating Oil, Isl'eatstoot Oil,
Refined While Oil, Varnish, Whips,
Gana, Pistols, Cartridges, Powder,
Sbpt. Lead, Gun Caps, Musical
Instruments, Toilet Soaps,
Hair Oils, Brushes, - Pocket Knives, Spectacles, Silver
dyes Plated Spoons, Forks , and Ivory Handled Knives,
t and Dentistls Articles, a general assortment of
Post Fancy Goods Jewelry, Perfumery, &c.
CAIN, Patent Medicines
d. Grain. advertis • • • • .
..• • • . •.r nearly everything to restore the sick, to
please the taste, to delight the eye, to gratify the fancy,
and also to conduce to the real and substantial comforts
of life.- Enumeration fs impmctleable, as it vrould fill a
newspaper. Call attbe Brng - and Variety Sterd of
ABEL TURRELL, Montrose, Pa.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
Dry Goode in great variety and desirable styles.
Notions, the largest and best assortment In the place
A full line of Stationery.
Being desirous of closing out my stack of Crockery,
Hats, Caps, and
Ltuiies' Shoes, I will sell them
AeLlt • 404:et.
L74/1:1CJI. racy vvvi ov,oac,
of VII kinds.
Cail and examine my stock -*lore parchasititt else
where. and be convinced of the quality and cheapness
of my Goods.
lar Store in the came building as the Postale°, and
formerly occupied by Webb & Itutterneld.
Montrose, Pa., May 7, 1867
National Steam Navigation
Steerage ticket' from LIVERPOOL 2t QUEENSTOWN
to He, York reduced to $.35', currency.
Steerage tickqts from LIVERPOOL by Thompson's
BlaFit Star" lino of Packets—M.
DRAFTS ONIIRELAND in same to snit. for sale by
4 WM. H. COOPER &
Montrose, April 23, 1867.-6ni.
lAll on Land at the old Emporium of `Fashion,
1 over Stone t Cooley's (late ('handler's) Store, west
Bide of Public 4venue, where I will be happy to see my
old friends and:customers, who can appreciate the ad
vantage of substantial work and neat fits. I employ
nonabut first clasp workmen, and am prepared to guar
anty as good work as can be got up anywhere.
Prices reasonable and work done at the time agreed
3.lo;ntrose, Blay 14, 1867,—tt " JOHN GROVES.
21,13, 25 & 27 Broadway, N. y.
Opposite Bowling Green.
. ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
THE STICENS * AorsE Is well and widely known
Sin the raVelling Tile location is especially
aultahle to erehantsAndihnshiesb men it tt In close
proxAmity to the business part of the city—is on the
highway of Southern-and Western travel—and adjacent
to all,the prhacipal Railroad and §teambnat depots.
The Ste Teas 'Rouse has liberal IteCoulatodatiOng for
oyes.= gnesta4-108 Well furnished, and possesses ev
ery modern impruvement for the comfort and entertain
ment of its'intnatcs. • The rooms are spacious and well
tTeUtihited—prcivided with, gas and Water—the .eittend•
once is prompt and respectful-mA the table Is supplied
with every delicacy of the , season—at moderate rates.
GEO. K. CHASE & CO.
pay 7-76 m PIiOPI*.ZTOAS.
mitt undeitNited have this day - formed a co-partner.
ship, under, the Arm - name of , Stamp & Nom, for
the purpose of f Ar qieg, plackszoithf fig in its
branches:- ; •. • " • ,
Or Strict attOutionlwilthe given to Borse-shosing.
work wilt be doneneatlyandlrromptly. The pub.
1W ortiJinetted W.
B. P. STAMP.. -
lionarose, , March ilth, 1861..--. .P. T. MORAN.,
n r ottlEro-tin BUELL iteddstlinillyreceiving
new supplies ofcienuine- Drugs and kiedleingp, which
will be sold ns low as et any oMer Mete in'Montrose.
A. N. DULLARD,
Nom Ready for the
Just received and will be sold at
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
Home Insurance Co. of N. Y., Capital and
Insurance Co. of North America, Phil's,
Capital and Surplus, 1,700,000
International Eire Insurance Co. ofN. Y.,
Capital and Surplus, 1,500,000
Lycoming County Mutual Insurance Co.of
Muncy, Perin'a, Capital and Burping, 2,500,000
Farmer's Mutual Insuranee Co: York, Pa.,
Capital and Surplus, - 500,000
Enterprise Insurance CoMpany, Phil's,
Capital and Surplus, 375,000
Insurance Co. State of Pennsylvania, Phil.
Capital and Surplus, 'lOO,OOO
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. of
pawing 60 per cent.
dividends to the assured. ' The notes
given for half the pretuiumis never to
be paid under any circumstances. he
policy will always be taid in full, and
thenotes given up. Capital, 10,000,000
American Lite Insurance C 0.,,.
Trayelers'lnsnrance Co. Hartford, Conn.;
Insuring against all kinds of accidents
Capital, i 500,000
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hart
ford. Conn., Capital and Surplus, $1,583,163
Putnam Fire Insurance Co., Hartford, Ct.,
Hartford Live Stock Insurance Company.
Insurance on all kinds of Live Stock,
• against theft and death from any
cause. Capital, (600,000
Or All business entrusted to our care will be at tcnd
ed to on fair terms, and all losses promptly adjusted.
STROUD & BROWN, Agents.
-w—Office first door north of" Montrose Hotel," west
Bide of Public Arcane.
M. C. SUTTON, ESQ., Friendsville, Solicitor.
Ca A itt.rts L. Snows.
Montrose, I ran. Ist. 1567
EJRIE RAILWAY . .—On and after ui
dny, April wth, 1567. trains will leave Grunt
Rend at about the following hours, viz.:
m. Night Express, 3londays excepted, for Ro
chester, Budhlo, Salamanca and Dunkirk making
re'rt connection with trains of the Atlantic and Great
Western, Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Railways. for
all poin4 West; also at Binghamton for Syracuse;
at Owegofor Ithaca, and at Elmira for Canandaigua.
3.3.5 a. tn. Night Express, Daily, for Rochester,
Buffalo, Salamanca, Dunkirk. and the West. Stops
at Great Bend on Mondays only. •. .
5-27 a.m.. Mail Train, Sliadave excepted, for Buffalo
and Dtinkirk, connecting nt Elmira for Canandaigua.
11.21 a. m. Emigrant Train, Daily, for the West.
8.53 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 Railway, and at
Buffalo with the Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Rail
ways, for all points West and South.
7, 51 p. m. Express Mail, Sundays excepted, for Bilis
lo.Salammtea, and Dunkirk, connecting with trains
for the West ; also at Elmira for Canandaigua.
12.40 p. m. Way Freight, Sundays excepted.
GOI NC; EAST
".OR a. m. Cincinnati Express. Mondays excepted
Lackawaxen for Hawley, and at Grayeonrt tor New
burg and Warwick. unity.
ii!?r; Rif lief rag', Sundays excepted.
9'27 p. in. New York and Baltimore Mail, Sundays et
3.43 a. m. Night Express. Daily, connecting at Gray
con rt for Warwick; and at New York with afternoon
trains and steamers for Boston and New Englard
10.20 a. m. Way Freigbt, sandays ereepted.
WM. R. BARR. RIDDLE,
may? °eel Passenger Agent. nen') Supl.
MUSIC & JEWELRY.
111111! subscriber baying farmed a partnership with
A. MR. J. A. STEVENS, mattes to make his best
bows to his old Customers, and inform them that the
Mercantile Department of the business will herea:ter
be carried on by 0. D. Beman & Co. with increased
capital and facilities, a large stock of New Goode In all
departments, a store thoroughly refitted, and
The Watch-Plakhig Department
Its retain ea by me, nna will receive my persona) atten
tion. I have secured the services of ISIR. C. 11. WOLD
BYE. a gentleman who has had twenty-five years in t he
best shops of Europe, and has no superior in the coun
try. I shall therefore be able to do all work within
three days from the time It'is left.
The Clock and Jewelry Repairing
Will be owned by Mr, Stevens. who will do all work in
that line promptly, and In tho best style.
Nov. 21,1866. 0. D. DEMAN.
will consist of a full assortment of the following goods,
suitable for this market, which will be sod as low, and
many of them lower, than by any one else this side of
New York city.
Read the Catalogue.
CLOCKS & WATCHES.
American, Swise and English, both gold and silver
SETH THOMAS CLOCKS,
An styles, inchidin,g their celebrated Calender Clocks,
which tell the day of the month and week, also the
name of the month, making the changes for every
111•711r.1.• 1.01,11 Ct.) 1 1•Irta 1r.... 16
as •rn IV! n 4) thpui once a
Heavy, solid Gold Chains, Hooks and Keys. Fine sol
id sets of Jewelry—Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Ear
Warranted to fit all kinds of eyes.
SOLID GOLD ALBUMS.
A neat little Charm holding eight small Photographs.
A line assortment, with and without holders. Old
SOLID SILVER' WARE.
Made to order of pure Coln, consisting of Spoons,
Forks, Thimbles, Putter Knives, Napkin fkl . tigs, Fruit
Knives, Vest Chains, t&c.
The best In market—single, double, treble and quad
ruple plate, and vrannexTuo—from a Nil Tea Set Gown,
including Castors, Cake and Card Baskets, Ice Pitchers,
Waiters, Batter Dishes, Sugar Bowie, Cups, Tea Bells,
I'danufactnred by Decker Brothers, which, with their
late improvements, F rpa es those of any other makers.
Also, Bradbury's New Scale Pianos—a splendid instru
ment. Other Pianos from MO to MO.
From $llO to sl2oo—warranted for five years. They
arc the finest reed instrument In the world. and I have
only to say that I have sold nearly $15,000 worth of
them in the last four years ; and they are all in good or
der and have never cost mg customers a cent for repairs.
VIOLINS, GUITARS, (kc.
Violins from $5 to $5O, Flutes, Fifes, Clarionets,lian
jos, Guitars, Bodre, Strings, Tuning Forks, &c.
Supplied with instruments of the best American man
ufacture:by the single instrument or full set, at the ma
ker's price—else music Lot any number of Instruments.
Instruction Bookssind Sheet Music on hand, and new
supplies received every week. Plano Stools from $6 to
Perfect Sewing Needles.
We have the eieltudve agency for R. J. Roberts' Pa-
tent Parabola Needles—the best In the world, Try one
paper and !Ingot satisfied tie money will be refunded.
'Fite Arms and Sporting Materials.
Allen's, Spencer's, and [henry's Breech loading Eli
des, all styles Revolvers, Fowling Pieces, Shot Belts
And Powder Flasks, Cartildges for all the 11. S. Army
ggo¢nne • also U. S. other Percussion Caps, Cooper
, all atglessurialsca.
Nov Y. A. ST/EVENS.
Montrose, ali. 27, 1866.
Diseases or tba Nerve s, Seminal, Drinaryand sex
nab/items—new and reliable treatment—ft) Repprts of
the 110 WdltD1)880CIATIXON.. Sent by mail in sealed
etter eryreloises,frest oftbarg.e. Addre ge Dr. J. 13)fiums
lionouroir, !toward AssOtiationaio 2 South Othatres
Main Street, 6 doors below Boyd'e Corner, Montrose
[LOUR, GROCERIES, OD
We aro constantly receiving and now have on hand
a fresh stock of Goods in our line, which we will sell
CHEAP r CHEAP! CHEAP!
HAMS, DRIED FRUITS,'
CLOVER & TIMOTHY SEED, &c
We have rtfltted and mode additions to our Stock of
Pails. and are now ready to iorwaid Butter to the beet
commission houses in New York, free of charge, and
make liberal advancements on consignments.
Call and examine our Stock before purchasing else
where, and convince yourselves of the
GOOD QUALITY & CHEAP PRICES
C. G. itINER,
At the State Fars of
New York, Illlinois,
New Jersey, Michigan, N. Carolina,
Vermont, Wisconsin, Tennessee,
Pennsylvania, lowa, Alabama,
At the Fairs of the
American institute, Franklin Institute, Maryland In
stitnte. Massachusetts Mechanics' Association,
Penn. Mechanics' institute, at', Louis
Agricultural and Mectinniee'
•Ir wasil rUnanty
all the Fairs at which they were 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 have been furnished by aEtecial command
Empress of France , k
Empress of Austria,
Empress of Russia,
Empress of Brazik,
Queen of Spain, and
Queen of Bavaria.
The Grover k Baker Elastic Stitch Sewing Machines
are superior to all others for the following reasons :
1. They Pew direct from the spools, and require no re
winding of thread.
2. They are more easily understood' . and used, and
leas 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 machine* is much more
firm, 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 *kWh the un
der thread is - inwrought, is much the most plump and
ben uti lel in use, and retains this plumphess and beauty
even upon articles frequently washed and ironed until
they are worn out. •
A large, line assortment
6. The strnettire of the, seam to 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 istsed upon the
right or face side of the seam. cotton may be used upon
the other side withont lessening the strength or dura
bility of the seam. This 'can be done on no other ma
chine. and tea great saving upon all artiCies stitc.hed'or
made up with silk.
9. These machines, In addition to their superior mer-
Ita as Instruments for sewing, by a Change of adjust
ment, etesily learned and practiced, exeente the most
beautiful and permanent embroidery and ornamental
GROVER BAKER 8. 3i. CO.,
495 Broadway., New York,
lOct. 21.-10 m 730 Chestnut street, Nara.
EQUAWATION Of BOUNTIES!
SOLDIERS: Congress has just passed enact to equal-
Sze your Bounties I Those who have not already
done so should make immediate application. Wid
ows heirs or parents of Soldiers who have died in the
service, arc entitled to the same bounty the soldier, if
living, would receive. Raving already prepared over
two hundred claims; those who have delayed making
application will find it greatly to their advantage to
give me &call.
Invalids nd widows entitled to en increase of pen
sion under act approved June 0,1866, should also make
application. Information free.
SS 0 I.JI i=3PLISIP
)1111111 tinders, good, LICaIIafiDAELEiN'T OATSOV.,
'EII.SII4IiNT, will give prompt attention, to all
claims entrusted to his ciire. Merges loin. and infor
mation FIIIIB. L. V. FirCEL
3lootrose c Jan. 14, 1865. •
Three , Cheera for Gen, Grant,
SIP, irrri Irv-Bias/
3Primt". o.l3l.ebraeis Ziecarrias,
Hayti Barber, has removed bib 'shop to ,ther it i rvement °IX. L. Weeks' 'New Store, where he fa
prepared to gtve good Sattstactlon. When I go to e x .
plata this eabjectlanguage tall* to express It.
MINER & COATS,
for cash, or exchange for produce
PORK, FISH, LARD,
of our Goods
Montrose, April 18, 1867.
GROVER & BAKER'S
WERE ALWARD= THE ,
GEO. P. LITTLE.
Licensed Government Agent
Montrose, Aug. 7,1860. tt
HUNT 'BROTHERS -
Wholesaled: tall Dealeraln •
MINE BAIL, COUNTERSUNK ct T RAIL SPIKES
RAILROAD ct MINING SUPPLIES.
CARRIAGE SPRING* AXLES, SEEINS AND
BOXES, BOLTS, NUTS and WARMERS,
PLATED BANDS. MALLEABLE
IRONS, HUBS, SPOKES,
• FELLOES, SEAT SPINDLES, BOWS, AT.
ANVILS, VICES, STOCKS and DIES, BELLOWS
HAMMERS, SLEDGES, FILES, &c. &c.
CIRCULAR AND MILL SAWS, BELTING. PACKING
TACKLE BLOCKS, PLASTER PARIS
CEMENT, HAIR S GRINDSTONES.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS. LEATHER & FINDINGS
Scranton, March 21, 1563. 1y
Baldwin, Allen, & McCain.
Flour, Feed, Salt, Pork, Butter, Cheese,
Dried Beef, Hams, Fish, Smoked Hal
ibut, Candles, Tea, Coffee, Spices,
' Syrup, Molasses, Sugar,
Clover & Teniothy Seed, Flax-seed, Beans,
Thankfttl 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. ALLEN. J. H. McCAIN.
Montrose, Feb. 5, 1867.
Saves Time, Saves Money, Saves Labor,
Saves Clothes Saves Women,
And all Clothes,
It Is need by cutting into small straying:B and dissolv
ing In hot water, then soak the clothes five to tin min
utes,.and a little hand rubbing will make them as clean
as hours of machine rubbing would do, with ordinary.
soap, and the most delicate fabric receive no injury.—
We can refer to thousands of familieswho are using It,
and who could not be persuaded to do without
DOBBINS' ELECTRIC SOAP.
ISold by ail leading Grocers throughout the State
Manufactured only by
3:100333131 - Z1191 XACI 4 I7 - 13,
107 South Fifth Street, Philad'a.
Nov. 18, 1866.-Iysaac
W. 11. COATS
Lackawanna & Bloomsburg R. R.
CO and after November 21, 1865, paee anger trains
will run as follows :
X. A. at.
Leave Scranton. A,,,
5:150 10:50 4:50
• Kingston, 6:55 11:15 6:20
" Rupert. S:l5 &53
" Danville. 0:.50 9:39
Arrive AA Northumberland, lo:so loah.
Leave Nortbamberlrnd, 8:00 8:05
" Dsavllle , 0:40 8:40
" Rupert. t1:15 A X 4:15
" Kingston, 2:35 0:30 6:55
Arrive at Scranton, &45 0:35 S:lft
Passengers taking train !oath from Scranton at 5:50
a. in. via Northumberland. reach Harrisburg at 12:80 p.
m.; Baltimore 5:30 p. m.; Washington llkoo p. In.; via
2.upert reach Philadelphia at 7:00 p. in.
Yingeatort, 24. w us.
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GLOVES & MITTENS,
BOOTS & SHOES.
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made to order, and Merchants 'supplied pi the lowest
Thepublie ere 1n7144,t0 . Geode , and
get the ptie,ir, If Miry il!t tioods.
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Broomß, Yails, dc. oh
ALL KINDS OF
view York mica.
Latest Fashiom, Demand
J. W. BRADLEY'S Celebrated Patent
( OR D OUB,LE SPRING)
The wonderful flexibility and great comfort k i t
pleasure to any Lady wearing the Duplex Elliptic Flt,,
will be experienced particularly in all crowded Assn;
bliee, Operas, carriages, railroad cars, church pe g '
arm chairs,] for promenade and house dress, as the rhni
can be folded when in use to occupy a small placq y
easily or conveniently as a Bilk or muslin dress, i n
valuable quality in crinoline, not found in any tug;
A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort and girt
convenience of wearing the Duplex Elliptic steel tint,,,
Skirt for s single day will never afterwards whilst",
dispense with their use. For children, misses, yi
young ladies they are superior to all others.
They Will not bend or break like the single pri m ,
but will preserve their perfect and graceful shape 1,141:
three 'or four ordinary skirts would have been throw s
away as useless. The hoops aro covered with Oorb;e
and twisted thread, and the bottom rods are toot
double springs, but twice (or double) covered. pree en
ing them from wearing out when dragging down ,t 0,,.,
The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite with all ladies
and is universally recommended by the Fashion Map.
tines as the standard skirt of the fashionable world.
To enjoy the following inestimable advent/gee ! 1)
crinoline, viz : superior quality, perfect mansfactar e
stylish shape and finish , flxibilitya durability, comfor
and economy, inquire for J. W. Bradley's Duplex Et
liptic, or Double Spring Skirt, and be sure you get ths
CAUTION.—To guard against imposition be partie d .
tar to notice that skirts offered as " Duplex" have she
red ink stamp, viz: " J. W. Bradley's Duplex Steel
Springs" upon the waistband—none others are gm,
Ire. Also notice that every hoop will admit a pin
lug passed through the centre, thus revealing the ne s
(or. double)-springs braided together therein, which a
the secret of their flexibility and strength, and a corp.
binatton not to be found in any Other skirt.
For sale in all stores where * first class Skirts arc trb:
thromMont the United States and elsewhere.
Manufactured by the sole owners of the Patent.
Weida, Bradley cE Carey,
97 Chambers and 79 81 Reade sts., New York.
May 1, 18117—am
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AND CATTLE POWDERS.
This preparation, long and favorably known, vll
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It is a sure preventive of all diseases Incident to nth
animal, such as Lung Fever, Glanders, 'Fellow Water .
Hooves, Coughs, Distemper, Fevers, Founder, Lose of
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wind, increases the appetite. gives a smooth and glom
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looking and spirited horse.
TO KEEPERS OF COWS,
this preparation is invaluable. It increases the gum.
ty and improves the quality of the milk. It has bees
proven by actual experiment to increase the quantity
of milk and cream twenty per cent: and make the but
ter firm and sweet. In fattening cattle, it given then
an a •petite, loosens their hide, and makes them tbrite
IN ALL DISEASE* OF SWINE,
such ae Conghe, Ulcers in the Longa, Liver. itc.,fid.
article Incises a specific. By putting from one halts
paper to a paper in a barrel 01 swill the above diseun
will be eradicated or entirely ,prevented. It given In
time a certain preventive and c ' nre for the Hog Chole.
Pamrice 2.5 cents per paper, or 6 papers for $l. Pre
' S. A. FOUTZ su BRO., • -
at their wholesale Dreg and Medicine depot, No.is
Franklin at., Baltimore, Md. For gale by Druggitu
and storekeepers throughout the United States.
Pr For sale in Montrose by
noir% ypql6 ABEL TERRELL
Lecture to Young Men.
Just published inn sealed Envelope. Price , 6 cents
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment , and rpdleal core
of Spermatorrhoea, or seminal weakness, involuntary
emissions, sexual debility, and Impediments to [air.
ridge generally. Nervousness, consumptien, Epilepry,
and fits; mental and physical incapacity resulting from
self abuse &c.—By Robert J. Culverwel l, ?d, D„ Author
of the " Green Book," &c.
The world renowned author, in ibis admirable Lee.
lure. clearly proves from his own experience that the
awful consequences of self abuse may be effectually re
moved without medicine, and without Jiangeroor ear.
gical operations, boggles, instruments. rings, OT
dials, pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and
effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter what his
condition may be. may cure himself cheaply. priratey,
and radically. This Lecture will prove a boon to thou
Sent under seal to any address, in a plain sealed en
velope, on the receipt of six cents, or two postn ,
stamps. Also Dr. Culverwell's " Marriage guide,"
price 25 cents. Address the publishers.
CHuS. J. C. KLINE et. CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, Post Office box t 5. 1.
Etia.c2. 321.91,013 Pay,
THfi undersigned, LICENSED AGENT of the GOT.
ERNMENF, having obtained the necessary forme,
Sc., will give prompt attention to all claims intrusted
to hie care. No charge unless successful.
GEO. P. LITTLE.
Montrose, Jnne 6th, 1844.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA and
WESTERN R. R. Stmmer Arrangement, 1867.
• PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE
WESTWARD. I EASTWARD.
Mail Pasniagr Mall I Novi .
train. train. 1 STATIONS. I train. train.
A. DI. A.:111. P 111 P. M.
11,30 New Hampton 2,30 .i
92 t . Mannnka Chunk.,.. 1,35 '.;
12 45 '' Delaware ....Dine ... 1.30
1 4,30 10,10 Scranton 9.45 1 G.so' 5
Ti 5,36 11,43 Nicholson ~ 8.35 4,39 H.:
a 5,58 12,a 8 opaattam 8,18 4.0 5 , z•
-.. 6,20 12,38 Montrose 7,55 3.35
= 6,41 1,08 New Milford 7.341 3.05 ;
. 7,00 1,35 Great Bend I 7,15 2.101
a P.M. P. M 'Foot of Liberty-et. 1 A. 31. P5l )
The Mail train from New York connects at Vs
rinnka Chunk with the train leaving Philad'a(Kensls.:-
ton depot) at B,ooa, in.. and at Greatßend with thror:s
mail train on the Erie Railway, with sleeping car ac.
Ladled, stopping at all the principal stations on that
road, and arriving at Buffalo at 6,18 a.m.
The 1 asseng,er train. from Scranton connects at Gr't
Bend with through trains going west and cast on Eri
Railway, arriving at Buffalo at 1,23 a. in., and at Sala
manca at 15 m.
The Mail train from Great Bend connects there
with the Cincinnati Express on the Eric Railway from
the west; at Mantanka Chnnkwith a train for Philad
and intermediate stations, arriving in Philadelphia at
0,30 p. m.; and at New Hampton with a train for Fasten
Bethlehem, Allentown, Reading and Harrisburg, altii
at Harrisburg at 8,30 p. m.
At Scranton. connections are made with trains 00 t
Lackawanna and Bloomsburg H.R. to and from Pittston
;Kingston, Wilkesbarre, Berwick, Bloom sburg,Dainville ,
Northumberland, Harrisburg and intermediate stations,
and with trains on the Delaware and Hudson Railroad
total° from Carbondale and intermediate stations.
R. A. HENRY, J. DRISSIN,
June 11. General Ticket Agent. President.
A lame assortment. Large papers and small. Alas,
FLOWER SEEDS, tor ealo by
Montrose, April 16,1867. ADEL TUREELL.
• S. 13 7 cria..Ttzmr
.WOULD Inform his friends and the public thst be
hat in store end is receiving large 'and new or
piles of . .
including every kind of GOODS ietuilly wanted !nth;l
life purchases being_ made since the gt break
down or price. will enable him to offer te nth favor
able Inducements in
_prices, etyle and variety In
.Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, liardware,
Stoves, Iron, Drugs;. Paints, Oils,
Carpeting, Window Shades,
8001 l dt Shoes, de. ctc.•
and will beaold for Lash. Produte,or approved credit.
lilly.l4lllord, Juno, 1807.