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/SI dog: 8 n trade and y ontii lido
more for him'than; joy - giving him a for
ztarrni i tsemity is Oa
,worae enemy that
men nem ly 'have. . -
—A pivil answer 'to a rude speech
cer e ns&inuch, and is worth a great deal.
—eyisii-iiiPOssible for a personwho
lisps to believe in the -existence of young
ladies? 'He - takes every Miss for a Myth.
in this city has got so deep
inWdebt that not one of his . creditors has
been able to see him for months.
Coafikcfr. SPEAsura.- 7 -We would ad
% ise all pun people to acquire, in early
life, the babii Of correct speaking and
writing, and to abandon as early as possi-
Lle any use of slang phrases.
ae a party of young
An:cub:ins *era - standing in front of an
ancient saddler's showkeptby one Hans,
a Date:Malin. Mitobiefreigned supreme in
their number, and thinking to have some
sport with oar German friend, one of them
opene . d,the.door and addressed him:
A`.s Easy, German, have you any saddles
for dogs ?"
Looking: up - from his work quite com
posedly, he replied :
"Yaw, come in nnt , try von on." •
—A gentleman who bad built a small
house in . 's sequestered part of his ground
for his private study showed it to a friend,
remarking, "Here I sit reading from
morning till night and nobody a- bit the
—A notorious toper used to mourn a
boutrnot having a regular pair of eyes—
one.being black and the other light bazle.
"it is lucky for you," replied his friend;
"for if your eyes had been matches your
nose would have set them on fire long ago."
—An old miser, who was notorious for
self-denial; was one day asked why he was
so thin. "I don't know said the miser,
" I have tried various means for getting
fatter, but without success." " Have you
tried victuals?" inquired a friend.
—The Chicago Times suggests that-the
best way to get the foul water out of
Chicago River is t* - eugage Horace pace
ley to bail it oat.
OLD was an ,inveterate " dead head."
He had no possible claim Whatever upon
the managers; bat he always got in the
theatres without paying.. One might, ha
appeared, again as usual., " Here, I can't
pass you," Said the door-keeper in a surly
way. " You needn't pass me," said the ir
repressible dead-bead : "just you stand
where you are and I will pass you." And
be passed. ,
Sirs; Smith on Consistency.
It puzzles me how things get mixed
Irt pOlitics, by spells ;
The Rads just now praise Longstreet
--; • -
And curse poor Gov:Wells.
And yet, a'yehr age, this Wells
Was al a man should be;
White Longstreet was a " bloody reb.".
Says Mrs. Smith, says she.
Som.—The value of keeping
all soilS well stirred, among cultivated
is n'ot half understood by the great
mass'of our farmers. Don't let the land
become bard and baked, but run your cul
tivator and plough through yew. crops,
and use. the hand hoe thoroughly. The
benefit derived from working the soil—
keeping it mellow—adMitting the air,&c.,
must not be overlooked if you wish good
crops. Stir the,snil.
An Unfortunate "
We ice saw a young man-gazing at the
*ry heavens with a tin 1 Vir and
of; pistols in the other. 'We Ndevored 2
attracthis attention by pointing 2 a ¶ in
a paper we held in our £, relating 2 a
young man. in that § of the country, who
had left home in a state of mental Drange
M't. He dropped the ec; pistol from his
tarfarwith the "It was lof whom U
read. I left home b 4 my friends NU of
my design. Thad sO the tar of a girl
who ,refused 2 lislO 2 me , but smiled b9ly
on another. I. ed madly from the
house, uttering a wild I 2,the God of love,
withoutd replyind2 the ?? of my friends,
came here with the f of pistols, 2
put a . 2 my XisiOce.
THE Oman GONE!--Judge of
Atlanta, wa advocating the passage of,a
law to wipe out all indebtedness and to
enable the people to begin anew, and was
very, earnest in bis support of wholesale
repudiation, when a young lawyer, very
anodestly,,drew his attention to the fact
that the Constitution forbids the passage
of itriYinw. :which impairs the validity of t
contracts;-- 'The. Judge, after re g arding'
his yontig - friendlor some seconds, with
evident compassion,remarked, "My friend,
your talk-about the Constitution and the
mitractslrethinds me of a par
cel of boyitidinistiele horses in a circus'
after , the circus'is gone." , The young at
torney it no reply; 'and the Judge re
mained master of the situation. - -
—lre the year 1863 a meeting was held
Ind:, for the purptise of getting
trp a"suppei and fair for- the sielv and
wounded soldiers. Judge B—!—, being
loyal all over, was very active in such mat
tefepitinstivas appointed chairman of the
meeting: .There was quite a number of la
diee present.' T. The business progressed
rapidly,-end as most of the articles for sup
-per were to be• donated, the judge called
lndicous manner; on those present
; bow sunolt:they could contribute'. Al
yaagiVen to - complete- the
arrangementi-wheu-some -00,e ; suggested
that it would be necessary to have some
'Wh, yes,"..said the judge, rising
with great4lignity, all-.you ladies that.
giyezkilkWal pleaselist.7 'lt is sufgpieutl
to say 'there was no rising.
Tny, Illotugm—'..Despise her not when
sue. is Old. , Agetniy waste a Mother's
beautY, strength, lfinbs; senses, and estate ;
but relation as a mother is as the
when it goes forth in its might—it as al
ways the mereditin,nnd knoweth uo even
ing. The persoP may be gray-headed,
but the motherly relation is always iu the
flourish. It may be autumn, yea, winter
with woman, but with a mother its al
wayti spring. Alas ; how little do we ap
precipte a mother's tenderness while , !iv=
i9g. 'How heedless we are 'of their anx
ety and kindness! put when she is dead
and gone—when the care an coldness of
the world conies withering to our hearts
—whenige experience howliard it is to
find true' sympathy, how few befriend in
tnisfortune—then it is that we think of the
mother we have lost.
DEALER In Dregs, Patent Medicines, Chemicals,
Liquors, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs. Varnishes Win
'ow Glass, Groceries, Glass Ware, Wall and Window
Paper, Stone-ware, Lamps, Kerosene, Machinery Oils,
Trusses, Guns, Ammunition, Knives, Spectacles,Brush
es, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, Perth nery. &c.—being one
of the most numerous, extensive, and valuable collec
tions Of Goods In Susquehanna County, [Established
in VMS [Montrose, Pa.
D. W. SVARLE,
TTORNEY AT LAW, office over the Store of A
.bi. Lathrop, in the Brick Block, Montroee, Pa.
May 1, 1886.
DR. W. L. RICHARDSON,
PRYSICTAN & 81:1110E4a1;7, tenders his profession
al services to the citizens of Montrose end v icini
ty. Otice at his residence, on the corner east of Sayre
& tros. Foundry. pane 18, 1867.-1 y
F. E. LOOMIS. DANIEL lIANNAIL
LOOMIS & HANNAH,
A TTORNETS AT LAW. Solicitors in Bankruptcy,
apd General Real Estate and Collecting Agents.—
Valuable City Lots. Residences, Farms, and Coal
Lauds for sale. [Scranton, June 1567—y
E. L. WEEKS & CO.
QICICOESSORS-'of N. HINE & CO., Dealers In
0 Dry Goods, Clothing. Ladies and Misses tine Shoes.
Also, agents for the'great American Tea and Coffee
Conipanv. tAprll, 1,1867.
K. L. ‘VEEKS. - - - - C. C. FM:MOT.
M. C. SU "'TON,
Auctioneer, and Insurance Agent,
ap7 Cat Prlendwille Pa.
JAMES E. CAUMALT, ATTORNEY
AT LAW. Office neat to Franklin Hotel.
Montrose, Dec.18,18&1. tf
M Wm L e. l.l;lll . O:
r . i i i T O T ln O ce ßN opp E o T ito AT
Franklin hotel, near the Court House. nov2l '66
DR. E. L. GARDNER,
PysiciA.N add SURGEON, Montrose, Pa. Gives.
especial attention to diseases of the Heart and
Lungs and all Surgical diseases. Office over the Post
Office. Boards at Searle's Hotel. [Sept. 4, 1866.
BALDWIN, ALLEN, t McCAIN,
DEALERS in Flour, Salt, Pork, Fish, Lard, Grain,
Feed; Candles, Clover and Timothy Seed. Also,
Groceries, each as Sugars, 'Molasses, Syrups, Tea and
Coffee. West side of Public Avenue.
Montrose, April :7, 1866.
BURNS &A NICHOLS,
DEALEIII3 in Drutm, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye
stuffs, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Liquors, Spices.. Pan
cy articles, Patent Medicines, Perfumery and Toilet Ar
ticks. ' Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Public Avenue, above Searle's Hotel, Montrose, Pa
A. a- Ituaxs, - - - Amos liicmots
Dn. E. E. HINES,
aAS permanently located at Priendsville for thepar
pose of practicing medicine and surgery in all its
branches. He may be found at the Jackson House.
Office hours from 8 a. m., to 9 p. m. janletf ,
Priendmille, Pa., Jan. 15th, 1869.
ROGERS & ELY,
tr. 0. Bizatiark.e•ienris,
mylo. Brooklyn, Pa
tr. IS. .A..uoticoaa.emer,
‘, febl Mit Auburn 4 Corners, Pa;
C. S. GILURT,
V. EEO. .961,1csticaaiRaew.
gicp7 G4tf Great. Bend, Pa.
STROUD 1 BROWiB,T,
VIRE AND LIFE E.73'JaANCE AGENTS. All
U business attended to promptly, on fair terms. .of
flee first door north of " Montroso Hotel," crest side of
Public Avenue, Montrose, Pa. (Jan. 1,186 U.
Bnwms Sruoi;rn, - • Csixams L. BIZOiItN.
C. 0. FORDITA3I,
Boo7' & SHOE Dealer and Manufacturer Montrose,
Pa, Shop on Main street, onedoor below the Post
Office. 'All kinds of work 'lade to order, and repairing
done neatly. Jaul 65
'Ds. E. L. BLAKESLEE,
PUYSICLSN & BURGEON, has located at Brooelyn,
Sestfa co., Pa. Will attend promptly to all calls
with wtdclthe may be favored. (Mee at L. M. Bald
win's. [July 11—ly
RESPECTFULLY annolnices that he is maw pre
pared to Mit all kinds of Garments in the most
Fashionable Style, and warranted to fit with elegance
and ease. Shop over T. N. Ballard's Store, Montrose.
DOC . E. L. EANDRICK,
PYSICIAS t SURGEON, respectfUlly.tenders his
professions] services to the citizen of Friends
villa and vicinity. garOmcp lathe officeof Dr. Lea.
Boards at J. liosford'e. 11y30 6.3tf
FASHIONABLETA.IIOII, Montrose, Pa. Shop over
Chandler's Store. •
lalrAll orders tilled promptly, In first-rate style. Cut
any, done on short notice, and warranted to fit.
. I WM. W. SMI 'H,
riAtINET AND CHAIN MANUFACTORDES,—Pcist
Li of Main street, Montrose. Pa. tr
jr& SALER in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Crockery,
LP.- Hardware, Iron, Stoves, Drugs, Oils, and Paints,
Boolean d Shoes, Hats and C lips. Fars, Buffalo Robes,
Groceries, Provisions, New Milford, Pa.
• WM. H. COOPER dt CO.,
B.lsTKilltS, Montrose, Pa. Sticeessorsto Post.Cootier
it. Co, Office, Lathrop% new building, Turnpike et.
wM.IIO2PRTENO COOPER.... - PERU DRITIZER'.
A.. 0., WARREN,
A 'MORN-ETAT LAW. uounty, Back Pay, Pension,
/IL andEzemption Claims attended to. febl
rfarOftlee pit door bolos lipid's Atote,'.NontroeeMa
, ~ . . . . . ,
1•4 0 ,91:T0R5. mi - ftna s lvovilsarttet°,l
p,up . embracinx nearti every auwa In market, von
staatlx o n band and for la e by
Fire, Life and &els!sea!
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY.
Home Insurance Co. of N. Y.,Capital and
Insurance Co. of North America, Phil'a,
-Capital and Surplus, 1,700,000
International Fire Insurance Co. of N. Y.,
Capitaland Surplus, 1,500,000
Lycoming County Mutual Insurance Co.of
Money, Penn a, Capital and Surplus, 2,500,000
Farmer's Mutual Insurance Co. York, Pa.,
Capital and Surplus, 500,000
Enterprise Insurance Company, Phil'a,
'Capital and Surplus. 875,000
Insurance Co. State of Pennsylvania, Phil.
Capital and Surplus, 700,000
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. of
Hartford, Conn.. paying 60 per cent.
- dividends to ,theassured.. The notes
given for half the premium is never to
be paid under any circumstances. • he
policy will always be paid In fall, and
the notes given-up. Capital, 10,000,000
American Lite Insurance Co.,
phia, Capital, 1,000,000
Travelers'lnsurance Co. Hartford, Conn.,
Insnringagainst all kinds of =ideate ,
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Dart
ford. Conn., Capital and Surplus. $1,583,163
Putnam Fire Insurance Co., Hartford, CL,
Capital, $ 500 , 000
Hartford Live Stock Insurance Company
Insurance on all kinds of Live Stock,
against theft and death from any
cause. Capital, $500,000
lair All business entrusted to our care will be attend
ed to on fair terms, and all losses promptly adjusted.
STROUD tt. BROWN, Agents.
Or Office first door north of" Montrose Hotel," west
side of Public Aveano.
M. C. SUTTON, Esq., Friendsville, Solicitor.
BILLINGS STUOUTI, CHARLES L. Bnown.
Montrose, Jan. Ist. 1667. ly
RAIL WAY.—On and after Mon
-1-4 day, April 20th, 1867. trains will leave Great
Bend at about the following hours, viz.:
5.53 a. in. Nicht Express, Mondays excepted, for Ro
chester, Buffalo, Salamanca anti Dunkirk making di
rect connection with trains of the Atlantic and Great
Western, Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Railways. fur
all points West ; also at Binghamton for Syracuse;
at Owego for Ithaca, and at Elmira for Canandaigua.
9.35 a. m. Night Express, Daily, for Rochester,
Buffalo, Salamanca. Dunkirk, and the West. Stops
at Great Bend on Mondays only.
5 . 27 a. in. Mail Train, Sundays excepted, for Buffalo
and Dunkirk, connecting nt Elmira for Canandaigua.
Mai a. in. Emigrant Train, Daily, for the West.
3.53 p. 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 nt
Buffalo with the Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Rail
ways, for all points West and South.
7, 51 p. m. Express Mail, Sundays excepted, f r Ran
i°, Salamanca, and Dunkirk, connecting with trains
for the West ; also at Elmira for Canandaigua.
19.40 p. in. Way Freight, Sundays excepted.
7.06 a. m. Cincinnati Express, Mondays excepted,
al Lackawaxen for Hawley, and at Graycourtfor New
burg and Warwick.
6.00 p. m. Accommodation Train Daily. .
2. 00p. in. Day Express, Sundays excepted.
61 . 17 FP • M. New York and Baltimore Mail, Sundays ex
3.13 a. in. Night Express, Daily, connecting at Gray
court for Warwick; and at New York With afternoon
trains and steamers for Boston and Ncw England
10.90 a. m. Way Freight, Sundays excepted.
WM. R. BARR. H. RIDDLE.
may 7 Gang Passenger Agent. Gen'l Sup't.
MUSIC & JEWELRY.
ITIHE subscriber having formed a par.nersbip with
J_ MR. J. A. STEVENS, wishes to make his best
bows to his old Customers, and inform them that the
Mercantile Department of the business will bereaaer
be carried on by 0. D. Boman & Co. with increased
capital and facilities, a large a ock of New Goods Ina
departments, a store thoroughly refitted, and
The Watch-Faking Departmeht
Is retained by me, and will receive my personal atten
tion. I have secured the services of MR. C. li. WOLD
BYE, a gentleman who has had twenty-fire years in the
hest 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 the best style.
Nov. 27, 1866. 0. D. BEM .N.
will consist of a fall 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 the Catalogue.
CLOCKS & WATCHES.
American, Swiss and English, both gold and silver.
SETH THOMAS CLOCKS,
All styles, including their celebrated Calender Clocks,
which tell the day of the month and week, also the
name of the month, making the changes for every
month correctly, with no care but to wind them once a
Heavy, solid Goldthains. Hooks and Keys. Fine sol-
Id Bets of Jewelry—Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Ear
Rings, &c. &c.
Warranted to At all kinds of eyes
SOLID GOLD ALBUMS.
A neat little Charm holding eight small Photograpba
A line assortment, with and without holders. Old
SOLID SILVER WARE.
Made to ordered pure Coln, consisting of Spoons,
Forks, Thimbles, Batter Knives, liapkin Rings, Fruit
Knives, Vest Chains, &c.
The best In market--smgle, double, treble and quad
ruple plate, and wartnermen—from a full Tea Set down,
Including Castors, Cake and Card Baskets, Ice Pitchers,
Waiters. Batter Dishes, Sugar Bowls, Cups, Tea Belle,
Manufactured by Decker Brothers, which, with their
late improvements, surpass those of any other makers.
Also, Bradbury's Now Scale Pianos—a splendid instru
ment. Other Pianos from $350 to $5OO.
From $llO to sl2.oo—warlkuted for five years. They
are the finest reed instrument in the world, and I have
only to say that 1 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 my customers a cent for repairs,
VIOLINS, GUITARS, fiv,
Violins from $5 to $5O, Flutes, Clarionets,Ban-
Jos, Guitars; Bows t - Strinms ; 'Panhig Forks, ac.
Supplied with instruments of the beet American man
ufacture. by the single instrument or fall set, at the ma
ker's price--also music for any number of instruments.
Instruction Books and Sheet Music on hand, and new
supplies received every week. Piano Stools from $6 to
Perfect Sewing Needles.
We have the exclusive agency for R. J. Roberts' Pa
tent Parabola Needles—the best in the world. Try one
paper and [(not satisfied the suoney Will be refunded.
Fire Arms and Sportin'g Materials.
Allen's, Spencer's, and Bleary's Breech loading M
lles, all dyke Revolvers, Fewling! Pieces ; Shot Belts
and Powder Flasks, Cartridges for all the U. S. Army
guns ; also U. S. and other Percussion Caps, Cooper
Cartridges; all styles and sizes.
0. D. BEMAN. J". A. STEVENS.
Nontrpee, Nov. 27r I § 6o . ,
IorOWAIID Ailioetation s iihuadelphia,r a
JUL Diseases of theNervona,Bendnal, Uritugy an d ex
ualiatems—new and reliell treatment—ln Reports of
.theIdOWARD AI32OCIATION. Bent 17 tea In Peeled
etterenvelo_peNtree otcharge. Addreas Dr. J. BBILLBI
Hottolirow, Howard etteociation,Ho BoattrOtb sine
ItHade Iptit a Pa.
Main Street, 5 doors below Boyd's Corner, 'Montrose.
FLOUR GROCERIES, AND
We are constantly receiving and now have nn hand,
a fresh stock of Goods in our line, which we will sell ,
CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP!
• GOOD TEAS,
PORK,• FISH, LARD,
HAMS, DRIED FRUITS,
CLOY;n7,icf: TIMOTHY SEED, &c
We have refitted and made additions to our Stock of
Pails, and arc now ready to forward Butter to the
commission houses in New York, free of charge, and
invkallberal advancements on consignments.
Call and examine our Stock before purchasing else
where, andeonvluce yourselves of the
GOOD QUA'I.III 4 CHEAP PRICES
C. G. MINER, - -
At the State Fairs of
New York, Illinois, Virginia,
New Jersey, Michigan, N. Carolina,
Vermont, Wisconsin, Tennessee,
Pennsylvania, lowa, Alabama,
Ohio, Kentucky, Oregon,
Inc i Ana, 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 nnmerona institute and County Fairs, including
all the Faire at which they were exhibited the past
Fret prizes hare also been awarded those machines at
the exhibitions of
London, Paris, Dublin, Litz, Besancon,
' Bayonne, St. Dizier, Chalons,
And they have been tarnished by apectill command
Empress of France,
Empress of Austria, •
Empress of Russia,
Empress of Brazil,
Queen of Spain, and
Queen of Bavaria
The Grover & Baker Elastic Stitch Sewing Machines
are superior to all others for the following reasons :
1. They sew direct from the spools, and require novo
winding of thread.
2. They are more easily understood and used, and
less liable to derangement than mother 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 those machines is mach 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 which the un
der thread is inwrought, is much the most plump and
beautiful hi use, and retains this plumpness and beauty
even upon articles frequently washed and ironed until
they are worn out.
IL The structure of the seam is such that, though It
be cut or broken at intervals of only a few stitches, it
will neither open, run, or navel, betremaina firm and
A large, fine assortment.
7. Unlike Otter machines, these fasten both ends of
the seam by their own operation.
8. With these machines, while silk is used upon the
right or face side of the seam, cotton may be used upon
the other side without lessening the strength or dura
bility of the seam. This can be done on no other ma
chine, and is agreat saving upon all articles stitched or
made up with silk.
9. These machines, in addition to their superior mer
its as instruments for sewing, by a change of adji,ist
ment, easily . learned and practiced, execute the most
beautiful and permanent embroidery and ornamental
work. # ,
EQUILIBTION if BOUNTIES!
Q.IOLDIERS: Congress has Blit passed an act to equal
ize 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, are entitled to the same bounty the soldier, If
living, would receive. Having already prepared over
two hundred claims, those who have delayed mnking
application will [Led it greatly to their advantage to
give me scan.
Invalids and widows entitled to an increase of pen
sion tinder act approved June 6,18x6, should also make
application. Information free.
GEO. P. LITTLE,
_Licensed Government Agent.
.lilontrose, Aug. 7,180 a. tf
PFi . NSIONS, - BOUNTY,- AND
tmderaigned.LlCENSED AGENT of THE GOV
IL RNMENT, will give prompt attention to all
claims entraated to Ma care. Charges low, and furor
matiOn FREE. L. H. PITCH.
Moptroee, Jan. 14.1805. tf
Three Cheers- :.for: Gen.- Grant.
reir. M orriss; .
11HA Mill Barber, has removed . his shop to' the
, basertnent of E. L. Weeks' New titers; where he Is
prepared to givegood satisfaction; . When Igo to ex
plain this subjeetianguege Fails to express It.
MIUR & COATS,
for caeh, or exchange for prodnce
of onr Goods
Moutroge, April 16, 1667
GROVER & BAKER'S
~ j 7il ]U 1&i
WEI:E /MAIMED SUE
°BOXER .1t BAKER S. M. CO.,
495 Broadway, New Y6rk,
Oct. 21-10 m 730 Chestnut street, Phira.
:Whl)l444.lln<otall 11(44era in •
Xt. lv •
HINE RAIL, COUNTERSUNK & T BAIL SPIRES
, RAILROAD ft:WINING SUPPLIES.
CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLE'S; SKEINS Asp
BOXES, BOLTS. NUTS and WASHERS,
PLATED . BANDS, MALLEABLE
IRONS; HUBS. SPOKES,
PELLOES, BEAT SPINDLES, BOWS, <ft.
ANVILS, VICES, STOCKS, and DIES, BELLOWS
HAMMERS. SLEDGES..'FILES, &c. &c.
CIRCULAR .AND MILL SAWS; BOLTING. PACKING
TACKLE BLOCKS,. PLASTER PARIS
CEMENT, HAIR & GRINDSTONES.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS. LEATHER & FINDINGS
Scranton, March 24, NM. ly
Baldwin, Allen, & . McCain.
Flour, Feed, Salt, Pork, Butter, Cheese,
Dried Beef, Hams, Fish, Smoked Hal
ibut, Candles, Tea, Cofee, Spices,
Syrup, Molasses, Sugar,
Clover & Timothy -Seed, Flax•sred, Beans,
Brooms, Nails, de. tee.
Thankful 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. ALLAN. J. 11. McCAIN.
Montrose, Fob. 8,1867.
11:103ELIESIN 03 9
Saves Time, ,Saves oney, Saves Labor,
Saves Clothes S aves Women,
And all oeera sell it.
It is used by cutting into mall shavings and dissolv
ing in hot water, then soak the clothes live to Len min
utes. and a It trip hand rubbing will make them ao clean
R 3 hours of machine robbing would do, with ordinary
soap, and the moot delicate fabric receive no injury.—
We can refer to , thousands of farallieswho are using it,
and who could nut be persuaded to do without
DOBBINS' ELECTRIC SOAP.
Or Sold by all leading Groefrti throughout the State
Mannfactuted only by
XI COB BIN JED et, LOVE,
107 South Fifth Street, Philad'a.
Nov. 13, 1866.—iy*a&c
N. R. COATS
Lackawanna & Blocimsburg R. R.
ko and after November 27, 180, passenger trains
will run as follows: '
A. M. A. M. P. M.
Leave' Scranton, - 5:50 10:50 ' 9:50
•' Kingston, ' 6:55 11:15 " 6:20
~ Rupert. 9:15 8:53
Danville, 0:50 9:30
Arrive at Northumberland, 10:30 10:15
Leave Nerthamberlrnd, 8:00
" Danville, 8:40
Kfogston, 2:35 8:30 9:55
Arrive at Scranton, 3:45 .9:35 8:10
Passengers taking train south from Scranton at 5:50
a. m. via Northumberland. reach Harrisburg at 12:30 p.
m.: Baltimore 5:30 p. in.; Washington 10:00p. tn.; via
71upert reach Philadelphia at 7:00 p. m.
Kingston, Nov. 25. H. A. RONDA, Supt.
BOOTS & SHOES.
made to order, and Merchants supplied at the lowest
Tho public ate Invited to call„ grAtzdno
get thileVtivtiktrPterdon'A tJi'4ll
Public Avenue, liontroSe. Aug. 1118 PS.
A:ls A. 3f
GLOVES I MITTENS.
ALL HINDS OF
- New - York rates. _
,BRADLLTS .40ebrated Patent
The vionderfal flexibility and 'great colnfort - ati
pleasure to any Lady wearingtho Duplex, Elliptic Skirt
will be experienced particularly in aircrowded Atm.
blies, Operae, carriages - , railroad can., church peva,
arm chairs, for promenade and house diesel, as4he skirt
can be, folded when in nee to' occupy a small place!a s
easily oreionvenieritly as a silk or muslin' dress, an is.
valuable •quality in crinoline; not found in any stegle
spring skirt. ' •
A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort and great
-coevenience of wearing the Duplex Elliptic steel swiss :
Skirt fora single day will never afterwards, willinty
dispense With their use. For children, misses, sad
young ladies they , an superior to all others. '
They will not bend or break like - the single emir&
but will preserve their perfect and graceful shape whoa
three or four ordinary skirts would have been throws
away as useless. - The hoops are covered with doable
and twisted thread; and the bottom raisers Mot only
double springs, but twice (or double) covered, preveat.
int" them from wearing ont when dragging down stows
The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite with all ladle;
and is universally recommended by the. Fashion Macs.
sines es the standard skirt of the fashionable world.
To enjoy the following inestimable advantages it
erinoline, viz : superior quality, perfect mansfacture,
stylish shape and finish, flxibill ty,s durability, comfort
and economy, Inquire for J. W. Bradley's Duplex
liptic, or Double Spring Skirt, and be sure you get the
CAUTlON.—Togdard against Imposition bepartice
ler to notice that skirts offered as " Duplex" have the
red ink stamp, viz: " J. W. Bradley's Duplex Steel
Springs" upon the waistband—none °therein gemi•
lee. Also. etie° that every hoop will, admit a pin be
ing passed through the centre, thus revealing the two
(or double) springs braided together therein, which I,
the secret of their flexibility and strength, arid a com
bination not to be found in any others kirt.
For sale In all store3swhere first class Skirts are sold
throughout the 'United States and elsewhere.
Manufactured by the solo owners of the Patent.
Weds, Brodlti Caey,
47 Chambers and 79 & 81 Reade ste.,'New York.
.May 1,1867-3 m
VOUTZ'S CELEBRATED HORSE
AND CATTLE POWDERS.
This preparation, long and favorably known, will
thoroughly reinvigorate broken-down and low-spirited
horses, by strenthening and cleansing the stomach and
It is asure preventive of all diseases Incident to this
animal, Bitches Lung Fever, Glanders, Yellow Water,
Heaves, Congas, Distemper, Fevers, Founder, Loss oi
Appetite and Thal Energy, ,te, Its use improves the
wind, increases the appetite. gives a smooth and glossy
skin, and transforms the miserable skeleton Into a Ike
looking and spirited horse.
TO KEEPERS OF. COWS,.
this preparation is Invaluable. It increases the wind
ty and improves the quality of the milk. Ithas been
proven by actual experiment 'to Increases thn quantity
of milk and cream twenty per cedt. and make the bat
ter firm and sweet. In fattening cattle, it gives them
an a petite. loosens their hide, antl plates them thrive
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE,
paellas Coughs, Ulcers In • the Lungs, Liver, &c..tW
article actsasaspecific. By putting from one halra
paper to a paper in a barrel of swill the above disens,a
will be eradicated or. entirely prevented. • If given is
time, a certain preventive and care for the Me Chole
ra. Prieells cents per paper, or 5 papers for sl. Pre
pared by ' •
S. A. FOUTZ 4'; • BRO., •
at their wholesale- Drng and 3tedielne depot, N 0.116
'Franklin et., Baltimore, Md. For pale by Druggitte
and storekeepers throughout the United Stites.
For sale in Montrose by , . • -
nor2lypqlG ABEL TURBELL.
&Lecture to Young Men.
Just published in a sealed Envelope. Price 6 cents.
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatmenr, and radical cure
of Spermatorrhcea, or .seminal weakness, involuntary
emissions, sexual debillty i and impediments to mar
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.The world renowned author, in this admirable Lee.
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Sent under seal to any address, in a plain scaled en.
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price. 23 cents. Address the. publishers..
CHuS. J. C. KLETE,E po.,
127 ikwory, New York, Post 076c0 box 4550
March . 10, 18b1-Iyerop.
artcl. - 113avolm. 3L=DEt;3.
TIIE undersigned, LICENSED AGENT of the GOY
ERNMENT. having obtained the necessary forms,
&c.. willgive prompt attention to all claims intrusted
tti his care. No charge unless suecessful.
GEO. P. LITTLE.
"fontrosti, June fith. 1864.
fIE'LAWARE, LACKAWANNA and
-I- , WESTERN R. R. Summer Arrangement, ISGI
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE
'WESTWARD. I B
train. train. I.
STATIONS. I tr
I AL. DI. .
New York*. .
11,30 New Hampton . •
12,18 . Manunka Chunk....
12 45 Delaware ....Dine ...
0 , 4,30 10,10 Scranton
5,30 11,43 liltholson4 J.
o 5,58 12,02 Hopliottom.....
4 6,20 12,38 Montrose....
14 8,41 1 , 08 New Milford
0, 700 1,85 Great end
a P.M. P. M *Petit of Liberty-et.
The Mail train.,irom .New York connects at Div
nunka Chunk with the tmln leaving Philadta(liensing•
ton depot) at B,ooa. m., and at Greatßend with through
Mail train on the Brie Railway, with sleeping car at.
tached, stopping at all the principal stations on that
read, and arriving at Buffalo at 6,18 a.m. ,
The I assenger frac fret& Scranton connects at Get
Bend with through trains gotta , ' west and cast on Erie
Railway, arriving at Edisto at'l,r33 a. m., and'at Sala•
manna at 12 in. . .
The Mall train from Great. Band Connects there
with the Cincinnati Kx picas on the Erie Railway from
the west; at Manunka Chimk with A train for ftllad'a
and intermediate stationii, !arriving in , Philadelphia et
6,30 p. m..; and at Reid Hampton with a train for Easton
Bethlehem, Allentown, Reading and Harrisburg, ants
at Harrisburg of 8,80 p. m.
At Scranton, connections are m'ado with trains on the
Lackatvannaind Bloomsburg R.R. to and from Pittston
Kingston, Wilkesbarre, Berwick,Binomsburg,Dansille ,
Northumberland, Harrisburg and intermediate stations,
and with , traine on the Delaware and Hudson Railroad
to and from Carbondale and intermediate stations.
• R. A. HENRY, ' J.HRI •grarN.
June 11. General Tickit Agent, President,
S. xrcritztirr!is ,*.
lATOULH3 inform hie friends and the 'public that
has in store and is receiving largo and now sup•
SPRING &: SUMMf R GOODS,
idcinding every kind of GOQDB usually vtanted lath's
Market. s. ,
,pnratuiee befog. made ,since the:great breai
down of prices,will enable him to offer the most Atter-
Able ittdobentMite to prices, stylo and variety in •
Dry Goode, Orrooerie . s, Ciopkaw.flardware•
Stoves ; Prugs,: z :Pointe, Oils,
Carpeting,., Window • - ,,,Slaadesi; •
;,.. ' -Rook , (17 ~.Shoest;! dw..gfo‘; •
and Irk!) be sold for Cash; Produce, or approved credit.
Noir Milord; Jane MT. •-• ' '
. .~ i ~ ~
A BEL TURRELL'S.BTO_RE, •
21.;• !lumina); in tall of derdrablik GOOdil. Call and gee
AD I Paenger
M. P. Br
4,V) , c 1
3,115 1 p