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TV11811414 Op*. 4,9; 1867.
There will be a Democratic Jubilee and
Buck Roast at Meshoppen, on Wednes
day, -30th inst., for the purpose of cele
brating the glorious Democratic victories
in Pennsylvania and elsewhere.
On Tuesday evening last, Fred. Austin
and George Shippy escaped fron% the
Montrose jail. A pair of horses were
stolen from Milton Griffis in West Bridge
water that night, but were found next
day by S. D. Terrell, in Franklin. The
horses had evidently been ridden bard
and then left. It is reported that the
men were seen near the Allard school.
house, in the morning, travelling west
ward ; and we alsohear that Shippy was
seen below Springville some days later.
The sheriff offers $5O reward for the
arrest of each of them.
Austin is about 28 years olil; 5 feet 7
inches high, thin in flesh, dark complexion,
large hazel eyes, and dark beard—wore
dark clothes-is a gentleman in appear
ance, and reserved in conversation. Ship
py is about 21 years of age, 5 ft. 0 inches
high, well proportioneci, light, complexion,
wore grayish clothes, and looks like a
Almost upon the landing of Ho, Geo.
W. Woodward from the vessel which had
conveyed him to the shores of his native
land,thetele!rraph bore to him the mour-n
-ful message that death had been busy 'in
his family circ'e during his absfnce. His
sin William, wh . o had'heen ill for some
three or four weeks, died in Wi.ks-lierre
on Monday 14th. A sad greeting indeed.
Mr. Woodward was about 24 yqrs of
age, and hi. sudden death sill he deeply
mourned by a lar:ze circle of friends and
acquaint:lute.. Scranton Repich-r„,
- - - - -co--1..--
county, recently purchased some honey,
and took it to Scranton for sale. A rev
enue officer called on him tin- a peddler's
special tax receipt, (formerly .called
hut as he had none, the sweets of
iiide.trv,—about 50 pounds,—were seised
" according to act of Congress," and
turned over to Uncle Sath's treasury.
1),-.1'si - ins can peddle the products of
l'•••ir own farm or garden without pay
.. •at of tax ; but those who attempt
4 purchased goods without payment
st , eNl tax, are liable to loss of the
g ' - • nonfilLF
tine, cte.. The act of Congress is vor- v
s, , vore in its operation, and we trust our
readers will avoid all risk of penalties.
A T. Williams A,- Co., Philadelphia,
send as an advertisement of a gift con
cert; but our advice to the public is to
invest no money in any sncb schemes, and
the offer to accept Money for laying a
humbug before our readers is rejected, as
umal. We shall regret to see any news
paper publish such an advertisement.
- A Berson, upon learning a friend had
started a paper, at once subscribed for it.
The publisher was rather delicate about
sendir.g, the bill—hut after some ten years
had elapsed, made bold to dun ins "con
stant reader," when the latter at dace
grew indignant, refused to pad•, and or
dered the paper stopped, alleging that
"he had taken the paper for so many
years just to keep it along, and now to be
asked to pig' tbr it was too mean."
N. B. If wo have any such friends, let
us hear from them at November court,
without a bill being sent.
P. S. Friends of the other sort need
not hold back.
Truth and Poetry.
" MELANCHOLY Dens. " —Bryaut, "oar
sweetest poet of nature," as an ardent ad
mirer styles him, sings of this"season—
" The inffilancholy days bate come,
The saddest of the year."
Bryant must have
-meant the Black Re
publicans. If so, be was both a poet and
a prophet. For to that party, hoW truly,
" the melancholy days have- come," and
surely, they aro " the saddest of the year;"
bat as for Democrats, the lovely weather
of the past few weeks has been so ; much
in accord with the other occurrences, from
Maine' to California, that, to them, Brv
ant's lines have no significance.
gar The new Silver Tips recently in.
trodnced by the American Shoe Tip Com
pOy Are decidedly ornamental. - A metal
tip adapted to first-class shoes has long
been needed, - for children will wear holes
in the-toes of even the highest- cost shoes
in a feii,days, unless protected by metal
—The editor of - the Louisiana Democrat
saw, a:few days age; in Alexandria, an
old. negrd freedman,at, least eighty-five
yeafs old; with two large' navy revolvers
bncklgd to, his, waist, a pepper-box re
volver in each breeches pocket, a huge
sugar-cane knife in his bosom and a loaded
walking cane in his right band. He• was
a delegate to the Radical mongrel Con
—The Mobile Tribune giyes a pictorial
illustration, entitled "Scene in a Military
Mayor's Court,'"and underneath the pic
Oiinted: " Negro
pe:liceman holding a white woman, while
a Radical military Mayor lines, her ton
dollars for using ‘disrespectfOl laiguage'
to a 'man and brother,' ht the -set of
driving a - dray- ever her Infan t "
List of • - -
Drawn for the term of Court commen
cing on Monday, Nov. 11th, 1887;
Ararat : Samuel ,Mery, J. 0. Bushnell.
Apolmi4n :'Erastus Brainard, E. Evens.
'Bridgewater Charles Sprout.
Dirnoek : John Foster, H. H. Williams. i
Franklin ; Fred Lines.
Great. 13ena : S. Goble, Isaac Gillespie.
Great Bend Born. : George White.
Harford : Ziba Carey Freeman Tingley.
Jackson ; Sibiu Barrett. D. A. Lamb.
Lathrop : F. W. Bolles, P. Lewis.
Lenox : Ebenezer Stephens.
Montrose E. C. Fordhaiu,.E. Mutt.
Oakland :• Harvey Holdridge.
Stisq'a Depot : Wallace Falkenbury.
Springville : Jonathan Nutt.
Thomson : Luther S. Aldrich.
TRAVERSE JIIRORS—FIRST WEER..
A itarat t ; Wm. Carpenter.
Bridgewater: Jonathan A. Atherton,
AugtiSrusf. BA, Charles Moore, Fred
erick A. Fessenden.
Brooklyn : Ezra S. Kent, Jas. S. Peck
Clipconnt : Patrick Burns.
Clitford : Wm. Lou..
Dimock : Avery Bolles, Fred; A. Muzzy.
Dundaff: Nelson B. Coleman.
Franklin: Joseph L. Merriinen, Henry
Great Bend : Hiram BarnurnJWm. S.
Barnes, Elias Lee, John Lane.
Great. Bend Boro : John Dusenburv.
Gibson: Seth Abel, Gurdon Abel, Chas.
W. Resseg nie.
Herrick Henry Lyon.
Harmony: Wm. Potter, Calvin Wade.
Jessup: Benj. Shay, Albert Woodcock.
Liberty : Silas Burdick, Gee. W. Linds-
Lenox : Nathaniel Pickering.
Midd:etown: Enoch Billings, James W.
Montroe. : Gco. L. Stone, Wallace W.
Lyons, Hob': Gillc land , Win. L. Cux.
New Mi ford : David Warner.
Oakland : Win. P. Conklin, Wm. Smith,
Ru-li : Jonathan J. Baker, Henry Gran•
ger, Stephen S. Canfield.
Sititig,va:e : Ches. Y. Bennett, George
W. ;I'lient eon.
Silver Like: Morris McDona'd.
Susq'a Depot.: Jeremiah Van Barrager,
—TheWest chest er./. iTersonian says that
onThu-rsday last a nr , rro was committed to
jail in that county by 'Squire Rambo, of
Sadsbur), for an attempt to commit a rape
upon a. white woman--,a school teacher.
He waylaid her on her way to school.
--The private affairs F f Senator Sumner
furnish - tho.latest scandal and gos,•ip. Tho
intenigenrer says his Wife has abandoned
him because of his lack of his attributes of
..... for his domestic tyranny.
She will go to Europe and resume her
—The N. Y. Tribune haQ the following
The man who held the posiLion of garden
er at the White House during a portion
of the late President Lincoln's adminis
tration, and who now keeps a rum-mill in
this city, has been trying lately to sell to
newspaper correspondents h e r e l e t ters
wloch he asserts to have been written to
him by Mrs. Lincoin. in which she re
quests him to commit tbrgery and perjury
for the purpose of defrauding the govern
ment. Ile also promises, for ,a considera
tion, to give a full history of the secrets
of Mrs. Lincoln's domestic affairs, upon
which he claims to be wellposted.
Opinion of a prominent Radical.
Hon. Gi'man Marston, ex-member of
Congress from New Hampshire, a Repub
lican, Says the late elections is the first
exhibit of return to reason since the ter
mination of the war. He hails it as a
sign of peace and national prosperity.
.= 0-0.4 WM. •Z•t_ 41 .1. 4 C..) nt=
BABEL TERRELL k continually reockinz
new supplies of (;enilinc Dregs Rlia Medicines. wlticfi
will be sold de low a, at any other Su - •a in Montrose.
, 0 7- Gardner's Business College. PHONO
GRAPHIC INSTITUTE and LADIES" ACADEMY—
is the proper place a here young men nrd ladies can ob
tain 11 practical knowlcog,e of the moat important
branches of huoiness. Everyone shonld itnprove this
opportunit.r, as the coarse is the most trioroulh of any
College DI the kind in Northern Pennsylvania. Lim
Scholarehlp. 4.3.50 J. Send for College Paper. giving.
toll particniars: Address J. N. GARDNER, Principal,
Scranton, Pa. [Aug. 13—Em.
VerColgattOtAroniatiC Vegetable -Soap. A su
perior Toilet Soap. prepared from refined Vegeta
ble Oils In combination with Glycerine. and espe
cially designed for the are of Ladles 4 and for the
Nursery. Its perfume is exquisite, and Its washing
properties unrivalled. For sale by all druggists.
lay, 28 1862.—lystoplil
Ca' Card to the Ladles.-11:1r. Daponco 9 s
Golden Periodical Pills for Females.
Inftlisle . C o'r-etlft; lire guiarities. Removing all
Obe , ruelloo tlie Monthly Courtur.fromtchatever cause,
anti AiwarSticcosPful taa Prefentive.
A CEIITAIN icEKEDY for all complaints Co peculiar
to the Sex, els., By.tressing, and Painful Menstruation,
Retention, Path in the Back and Loins; Pressing-Down
Paine, Rush of Blood to the Head; Dizziness., Dimness
of Sight, Breen Sickness, Heaviness, Fatigue on nny
Slight Exertion, Palpitation of the:Heart, and that most
annoylng.'weakening. and the begining of al/ other fe
male areaktie±ses, The Lencorrhcea, or Whites.
They . Act Vb. , a Charm In Removing Ohrtruetion and
Iteeforiug Eature toile Proner Channel.
q leting tlie nerves: and brf win-back the "rosy color
of bealth"l to the most delicate: -
10'3,000 Boma hatelaeo mid in Two Years.
Ten thonssnd boxes sent by letter, both by myself
and agents, to all part= of the. world. to which answers
ha ve,been !returned. in which ladies say nothing like
the above pilishsve been known since the Science of
Medicine dawned noon the World.
Full andexplicit direcionsaccompany each box.
Price $1 per box ; six broxes,ls. Sold by one Drug
gist in evety town; village, city. and hamlet throughout
the world. , Sold in Montrose; Pa.. By BURNs NICII
- (Druggists.) " Sole Agents" for Montrose. La
dies. by sending them, $1 VI Miintrose Post Office, can
have the Pills sept (contidenthdly) by mail to any part,
ofNM otanint. free of Postage.
Bold also. by Ednisso 03r.* Cum Great Bend, CLAns
a Brown. t . Ounsi. Primer $ Co. Bingtutmtan,
Corms? igiL_Besinton_, Mat • • &L U 134.
New Tott,; S. . Bole -IM:optlettor, Ndw York.
Jaly 171711" ;
cir Ten thousand Dollarss north of GOOD
at tvholesale cost, per inventory just taken; for sato by
ABEL TURItELL, in the Brick Block About this
amount constantly on hand, and NEW GOODS contln
ally arriving. The people , can End nearly
M t l i ll it ty L ii , eed at the Drug and ariety Store of ABEL
„Montrose, Pa., July O. ISM.
M — Scrofiala—Consumptlon.—Dr. LT:GOL,
of Paris, one of the meet. eminent Chemists of Eurepe,
"The most astounding results may be anticipated
when lodine can be dissolved in pare water."
Dr. 11. Anders, after fifteen yenta of scientific re
search and eznefiment, has succeeded in dissolving
nue and one gunner rains of lodine to each fluid
ounce of water, and the most astounding resnits have
followed its use, parriculariy in Scrofula, and kindred
diseases. Ciremars tree.
Dr. U. Ander& lodroe Water La for sale by J. P. Dine•
more, StiDcy Street, Nee/York, and all Druggists. cep
70-3regicoorplealla,..—Theie is no dieeaso
which expetriciicc has mu amply proved to be remedia
ble by the Peruvian Syrup, (a protected solution of the
Protozide of Iron,) as Dyspepsia. The most Inveten
ate forms of this disease have been copplete)y oared
by this medicine. as ample testimony di some of oar
trst citizens proves.
From the voncrablo Archdeacon Scott, D.D
Dnariteat, Canada East.
• • • "I4m an Inveterate Dyspeptic of more than
a years standing."
• • • " I have been a i wonderfully benedtted In
the three short weeka during which I have used the Pe
ruvian Syrup, that I can scarcely persuade myself of
the reality. People who have known me are astonish
ed at the change. lam widely known, and can het re
commend to others that which has done ao much for
m•• • •
Another Clergyman writes as tollotos "My voyage
to Europe Is indefinitely postponed. !have discovered
the •• Fountain of Ileatth" on this side of the Atlantic.
Three bottles of Peruvian Syru k ihave rescued me froth
the fangs of the fiend Dyspepsia. , '
A pamphlet of 31 pages. containing ti-bli,tory of this
remarkable semody. a tin a treatise wn " icvn n 8 a
medicine," will be sent free to any address.
The genuine has" Peruvian Syrup" blown In the
J. P. DTSAMORE. Proprietor,
Sold by all Druggists. sep .26 Dey Street, Nute York.
NEW YORK MARKETS.
Reported for the Itosrnosa DEVOcrtat. by DE.
HART. SHAFFER & CO., Commission Merchants. 403,
404. 41.15 and 40ii West Washington Market, New York
City. Oct. 20. 1807.
Beane, per barrel $3,60 (3 $3,75
Butter, per lb. State firkins, prime.... al 0 40
do " tuba, "40 63 41
do Orange county pails.... 69 (3 60
Cheese, per lb., 12 3 10
Eggs, per doz. 30 3 83
Flour, per bbl. extra State 9.00 66 18.00
" - . western 960 0 - 12.00
Rye Floor per bbl • 7.50 3, 9.00
( orn meal. " 6,00 3 6.1.0
Wheat, per bushel
Rye, do .
Hay. per cwt .
Sh,p, the per lb
Ch•rkrne. live per pair
Tallow, ph lb.
Wool. per lb.
At Broolz&a!e,Tburviny, Oct. 24th, MI, nt the honse
of the bricle'e , father, by Rev. Geo. Comfort, Mr. FIUME
LIN J. WALL. of New York City, and Mies Sarum E,
ADAMS. Of BrOokthlC.
On Sunday 13th Inst., at the Eagle Ilotel, New Mil
ford. by Wm. C. Ward, Esq.. Mr. ROYAL. D. AFLET, of
Sidney. Del. co. N. Y., and Mies ELIZABETH ALDIaICiI.
/1. TY 4C ara 4^s , IST !
\VIM., be Sold att house of Thoma 4 Van Lone, In
v Franklin township, on Saturday the 9th day of
November, at 10ro'cluck, a. m., the following property,
'Po 4 two.year old Heifers, 1 two-year old ball.
2 sake of Ozuu, t,wo yoke two year old : 4 11,13. T Tt, ar
i:mrs, 3 yearling Colts. 40`beep, 1 Hog, 1 buggy wagon,
10 bushels 15 bushels buckwheat, some Corn. a
qmmtity of Potatoes, 10 tons of Hay, Corn-fodder and
sti ANN', 100 Sap rail., two hollin; Pane, and other arti
cles too nuno•rons to mention.
TF,ltMii sums of $lO and under
ca •h—over $lO eiz mouths credit with interest and
proved .evorit r.
LticlEN 13tiCE., Auctioneer.
TllO NtAii VANLONTE,
Oct. 29, 1807. 2 STEPHEN TINOLEY.
N Montrose.. bet Ween the Store of I. N. Bollard and
wooden *.ll CI of Brick Block, at that little one horse
Root and Shoe Store, a new and elegant assortment of
C) 4 C.I ) CSC ROL:LC:9OES
For fall and winter, Consisting of
Men's thick and fine BooLv, • Boy's Boots,
and a good assortment of Shoes, con
bistiv rf Ladies' Kid, Goat,
and Lasting Babnorals,
3fisses'. Children's and Baby's Shoes, &c. Also, wcrk
made to order, and Repairing done on short notice.
Oct. ISo7.—tf C. O. FORDHAM.
T'OR bnildinr. a Stone BriaceacroPe the Gulf Stream,
near Wm. Goff e, in Franklin, will be received mi
tt! Nov tlOth, 1 Speciacat lone can be seen until that
date bp calling upon J. I. Merriman.
J. A. WELOII.
F. C. PARK,
Franklin, Oct. 2i), 1847.—td
E. L. WEEKS dr. CO.
MITE. secured the services of a first-class
and will re-open the enetom Department of their es
tablishment on Tuesday Oct. 22, where they will be
prepared to make up to order, In the la:est and moat
fashionable styles, all ktude of Men's and Boy's Cloth
Particular attention given to
gar Wanted, two experienced Pants and Vest Ma
E. L. WEEKS & CO
Montrose, Oct. 22, 1607.—tf
FARM FOR SALE.
ITE subscriber offers for sale ble farm situated In
Forest Lake, about nine miles from Slontrose,c,on
talning 100 acres, with about Si acres improved. Good
Dwelling-house, Earn, Stable, and Outbuildings. A
fine Orchard of young Fruit Trees, all grafted: The
place is well watered, and is a that rate grain or dairy
For terms apply to the undersigned on the premises.
Forest Inke, Oct. 22, 1667.w2 0 Id. LLOYD.
MOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
Tills is to give notice that on the 10th day of Oc
tober, A. D. IE6I, a warrant in Bankrnptcy Watt issued
against the estate 'ol WM. A. LARUE, of Bride.
water, Sunquebanna County , Pennsylvania, w"bo
hue, been adjudged a Bankrupt, on his own petition;
that the payment of any debt and delivery of any prop
erty belonging to each Bankrupt, to him or for hie use,
and the tranefer of any property by him, are forbidden
by law. That a meetmg of the creditors of said Bank.
rapt, to prove theicdebts. and to prove one or more
assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bank
roptty, to be held at No. 803 • Lackawanna ASPIIIIO4
Scranton, Pennsylvania. before EDWARD N. WIL
LAII.D, Register. ott the 11th day of November. Ma, as
one o'clock, P. M. - THOS. A. ROWLEY,
.O 9. MarOoL as Messenger, .
Whhan atria of Yeasis.,
off. 50i , ... w4 For C. W. MEBLER,Dority
c•Ncrit In they - rillaxke fc:a• 33a,rwastlxils:
SUMMER GOODS AT COST !
We ate CLITARECO OUT the balance of oar Bummer Goods now on hand at cost—coneletlatt of
Mobairs, Grenadines, Poplins, Lawns, printdd Jaconetts, AlpacasXhallie Delains,
Balmoral Skirts, Shawls, Ladies' Sackings, Cassimeres,
Cotton and Silk Parasols, &c. &o.
The above Goods will be sold at COST in order to close them out prior to filling
up for the Fall Trade. Goods shown with pleasure. -
4::"..A.1L.5a .9.1%773 031131E1 zriction. IrC)II7I , II.6I33INAMTEIS t
A. D. BUTTERFIELD,
INION MOSE, Pa., July 23, 1867. At the Post Office, east ;tide of Public Avenue.
BURNS & NICHOLS,
DRIGGISTS & APOTilEekiliES,
Keep regularly supplied with unadullerated
Drugs and Medicines, Chemicals, Me
Stuffs, Wines and Liquors, Paints,
Oils and Varnish, Perfumery,
Fancy Soaps, Yankee
Notions, &c. &c.
Fresh from New York City.
All of the most popular Patent Medicines sold in
this section, among which may ha fonud
Ayre's and Jayne's Family Medicines, Hem
bold'a Buchu, Schenck's Pulmpic Sy
rup and Sea-weed Tonic, Dupanco's
and Cheesentan's Female Pills,
Hall's Cough Balsam,
Wishares Pine Tree
Hall's Hair Renewer, Ring's Ambrosia,
Kennedy's Medical Discovery, Hoof
land's German Bitters, Hostetter's
And many other kinds of real value and merit. in fact
our !Stock embraces a line assortment of everything us
uallly kept in WELL RFAJULATED Drug Stores.
9..50 (i 4 8.20
1.50 - 1,00
1.20 at, 1,80
W - Prracriptiona receite particular attention, and
are cw.n.erntLy and promptly compounded.
••• Store formerly occupied by J. Etheridge.
A. B. BURNS
Montrose, Pa., Sept. 17, 267. AlloB NICIIOLS.
67 0 TO
I.m (2, 1.20
vs 4 08
GS 0 10
11 5 It
45 (3 53
NOTICE IN BANIaIIIPTCY
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE
That an the 10th day of October, 1867, a warrant In
bankruptcy was issued against the estate of DANIEL
G. CABBY, of
,B.ush, nuequebautus county, Penn
sylyanla.svho has been adjudeed a bankrupt, on hlB
own petition ; that the payment of any debts and de
livery of auy property bs him arc forbidden by law ;
that a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to
peeve their debts, and to choose oue or more assignees
able, et-tate, will be held at the Court of Bankruptcy,
to be held at No. 30.3 Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton,
Pa, before Edward N. Willard, Register, on the 12th
day of November, 1807, at one o'clock, P. M.
THOMAS A. ROWLEY.
H. S. Marshal, as messen:er. Western District of
Penneylvenia. by C. W. ROESLER.
Oct. 21,--Z.n , Deputy.
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE Co.
SALESROOM, GlO BROADWAY, N. Y.
No. 1 FAXII.T Macansz. This Machine has a stralaht
th° jlV: c ' rSi iit t
on ho Sides ; perro,m o porfec . sowing
scription of material, with cotton, linen or silk thread.
It Hems, Fells, Binds, Braids. Tacks, Quilts,
PlaitSsand Gathers. As a Family Machine it has no
Price. with Hemmer and Braider, $6O
Particular attention is called to oar New Improved
Manufacturing Machines. They run light and are com
paratively noiseless; simple, durable and eMcient.—
For cloth or leather work they have no competitors.
No. Si Machine, with Hemmer and Braider, $75. No.
3 Machine, $B5.
rir Agents wanted, to whom a liberal discount will
be given. [Oct. 1567.
449 Broadway, New York,
499 Broadway, New York,
499 Broadway, New York,
Are unrivalled for Durability, Power, and Evenness
of Tone. They are fast becoming the favorite our all
alters, with Musicians. Amateurs. and all lovers of
GOOD MUSIC. They are Warranted in every re
spect. Prices one third lower that other first class
makers. Send for Circular.
GROVES TEEN & CO.,
0r.22 499 Broadway, New York.
In tho District Court of the United States for the
Western District of Pennsylvania :
It the matter of
( In Bankruptcy.
John Bmekney, a Bankrupt.
To Wit= IT MAY CONCERN :
The undersigned hereby gives notice of his Appoint
ment eis tssiguee of John B ackney, of Brackneyville,
in the County of Susqunhan DS and State of Pennsylva
nia. wittin said district, who has been adjudged a
bankrupt upon his own petition by the District Court
of said District. Dated October 2d. A. D., 18&7.
0c8w3 4 A. H. LEWIS, Assignee.
LADIES' FANCY FURS,
At JOHN FAR.FARA'S
Old Establidted Fur Manufactory,
No. 718 ARCH STREET, above 7th, KiTLADELPIILL
Have now in Store of my own manufacture and im
portation, one of the largest and most beautiful selec
3Pezzicr3r 3Pla.ries, •
for Ladles' and Children's Wear in the City. 'Also, a
fine assortment of Gent's Fur Gloves and Collars.
I am enabled to dispose of my Goods at very reason.
able prices, and 1 would therefore Follett a call from my
friends of Susquehanna County and vicinity.
[Remember the Name, Number and Street.
No. 718 Arch St., above 7th, south side. Philadelphia.
ra7-1 have no partner nor connection with any other
Store in Philadelphia. Oct. Bm4
Auditors' . Report of Dimock
.- Bounty Fund.
Balance in Trimeurer's hand.. $ 1.32
Amount uncollected from 1865, 1078.18
Duplicate for 1866, 8828.06
Amount paid on bonds, ,te., sum 87
Ezonenn tone. 265.62 -
, - Per cent. to Collector, 71.25
- do. td Treasurer. 20.40
Amount uncollected for 1665, 89.78
Amount In Treasury, 889.74
Amount of bonds unpaid, $46110.62
Amount, unprovided for, ,4520.18 '
OLNEY BAILEY. 1 - Auditors
oct.lOwS 1 , ..H. HOLLISTER,
T ARO .1:4; za• ' 1 7a 0 7 :Of A ;71
A./KEAY, fin ea •by AWL • • RUIZ.
- - •
FARM FOR SALE.
rp.. undersigned offers for rule his Farm situated
a. in New Milford township, about one mile from
Montrose Depot, containing shout ;•-
With about 80 acres under cultivation, a good Dwel
ling Rouse, 8 Barns and other outbuildings, a good
Orcligrd, is well watered; in fact, a good
Grain or Dairy 'Farm.
Persons demirons of purchasing will receive all ne.
cessary information as or terms. &c. by calling upon
the undersigned, on the promises. •
Montrose Depot, Aug. 20, 1867.—tf.
3Ft. .131.. 3r...11 30 •
THE undersigned offers for sale his House, Shop and
Lot, located in the village Of Gibson. Gibson town
ship, Susq`a co., Pa. Terms made imown by enquiring
of the subscriber on the premises.
Re will also offer for sale on MONDAY, NOV. 414,
ut one o'clock, if not previously disposed of : In
which case notice will be given, the following property:
1 four years old mire; broke to harness ; 1 set of sil
ver-plated single Harness, nearly new; 1 open Buggy,
nearly new; I open Baggy, new ; 1 I,wo-'sated Pleasure
Sleigh, new; I one-horse Lumber Sleigh. new; 1 cylin
der Coal Stove, cooking, nearly new; household articles
too numerous to 'mention. Five months credit with
interest and approved security. All sums under $5
cash down. J. S. HOW
N. 13.—A1l those having unsettled aecounta with the
rindersigne-d are hereby notified to call and arrange the
eame without further notice. J. S. Ilownia..
Gibson, Pa., Sept, 10, 1887.-0 m•
HEW MILFORD -FOUNDRY
IN PULL BLAST
rilEll3 undersigned would respectrally Inform the poo
-1 pie of New Milford and vicinity that hte Foundry
situate In the ^rind& of New Milford, Is now In opera
tion, and that he it prepared to furnish Castings of all
kinds on call; or will get them up to order.
Pig — Consult yout Interests by giving me d call.
J. S. TINGLEY.
NOW 311Iford, Oct. 1, 18C1.—tf
TIM undersigned, an auditor appointed by the Judg
es of the orphans' Court of Susquehanna county
to distribute the balance of the fund in the hands of the
adm'r of the estate of E. T. Wilbur, dec'd, will attend
to the duties of his appointment a; the office of R. B.
& G. P. Little in Montrose, on Weuneeday the 20th day
of October, at 1 o'clock. p. m., at which time and place
all persons are required to- present their claims or be
forever debarred from coming in on said fund.
GEO. P. LlTTLE,leudltor.
Oct. 1, 1601.—td
quiz undersigned, en auditor appointed by the Or
!.hans' Court of Susquehanna County to distribute
the funds of the estate of J. B. Carrier. deceased, late
oft e said county, will attend to the duties of said ap
pointment at his office in Montrose, on Thursday, the
thirty-first day of Cctober nest, at one o'clock in the
afternoon. at which time mad plena all persons haying
an interest In the SRld funds, are required to present
thelrclaims or be foreverdebarred from coshing In upon
said find. A. CHAMBERLIN, Auditor.
Montrose, Sept. 27, 1857.
THE undersigned, an anditor appointed by the Or
phan's Court of Susqnt harms County to di 4tribute
the balance of the fend in the hands of the adminis
trator of A MOFtETT lIOLLENBACK.dec'd, will attend
to the duties of Poch appointment at the once of
W. D. Lusk in Montrose, on Friday the Ist day of No
vember, 1867. at I o'clock, p, m., at which time and place
all persons are required to present their claims or be
be debarred from coming in on said. fund.
W. D. LUSK, Auditor.
Montrose, Sept. fr 4, 1667.
BY virtue of certain writs issued by the Court of
Common Pleas of Susquehanna County, and to me
directed, I will expose to sale by public t'endue, at the
Court-house, In Montrose, on Saturday, Nov. 9th, 18th,
at 1 o'clock, P. M.. the following, described pieces or
parcels of land, to wit : •
All that certain piece or parcel of land situate In Len
ox township. Susquehanna connty, bounded and de.
scribed as follows: On the north by lands of Elizabeth
Scott, on the south by public highway, on the west by
lands of Simon Reeves, and on the east by lands of
Elizabeth Scott, containing abaft twenty acres, be the
same more or less. Improvements—one framed house,
one framed barn, one apple orchard:. one grape orchard
and nearly all Improved. [Taken In execution at the
suit of W. M. Tingley, admit:den:tutor of A. A. Doorman
deceased, vs. Rufus D. Clark.
All that certain piece or parcel of land situate In the
borough of Susquehanna Depot. Susquehanna county,
Penne7lynuin, hounded and described as follows: On
the north by Main street, onlhs east and smith by
lands of C. S. Bennett. on the west by First street, it
being the north-west corner of Lot No. PI of said boro',
as surveyed by Wm. Wentz, the same being twenty
eight feet in front, and seventy-flve feet deep along Ist
street, and all improved, with one board building.—
[Taken In exerntlon at the snit of L. P. Binds, ndmints
trater of the estate of t% m. Kirkpatrick:, vs. P. Liaining.
All that certain piece or prrrel of land situate. lying
and being in the townsnip ef Choconut. connty of Sus
quehanna, State of Pennsylvania, bonuded and describ
ed ne follow. Begining nt the northwest corner of the
land herein described, adjoining lands, of Patrict Doylo
and Thomas Malone thence, along the line of said
Thomas Malone's land 73 5-10 the perches to a post ;
thence south 157 6-10ths perches to a poet in the line of
the late Caleb Carmalt's land ; thence west 73 3-10ths
perches ton corner in the line of said Carmalt's and
Patrick Doyle', ; thence alone the' line of suid
Doyle's land north 157 0-10ths perches to the place of
blianittg—containlng, 73 4-10ths acres, about Go nc es
improved. [Taken in execution at the snit of L. W.
Barton vs. Patrick Foran.
S. F. LANE, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Montrose, Oct. 22, UM.
WHEREAS, the Hon. F. B. STREETER, President
of the Courts of Oyer and Terminer and General
Jail Delivery. Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Common
Pleas, ni d Orphans' Court, in the thirteenth judi
cial district, composed of the counties of Susquehanna
and Bradford, and the Hons. R. T. Ashley and Alfred
Baldwin, Assotiate James for Susquehanna county,
have issued their precept, to me directed. for holdink
Conn of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Datery
in the boroukb of Montrose. and county of Susquehan
na. on the 2d Monday 'of November, 38U, it being the
NOTICE IS ornewr omen to the Coroner, Justices of
the Peace and Constables of said county of Susquehan
na, that they be there in their proper persons. at' o'-
clock in the afternoon of said day, with their records,
inqulsttitirts. abd other remembrances, to-do those
thinks which to their oHces appertain to be done.—
And those who are bound by reco2nlsances against the
prisoners that - are or shall be in the Jail of said county
of Susquehanna are to be then and there, to prosecute
against, them as u be just.
Dated at Monttose, the 'l4th of Get., in the year of
oar Lordone thousand eight hundred and sixty•seven.
S. P. LANE, Sheriff.
MITE ondersigne4thaving been appointed an auditor
by the Orpliana' Court of Busquebann&Coonty, op
en exceptions to administration account of .1. P. Hard
ing and S. L. Kennard, executers of will of \V. P. Ken
bard, life of Brigewater deceased. will attend to the
duties of hts apnolnt Meat at bin office. In Monh'ese,
on Thorsday, November 7th, at 9 o'clock. p. to , at
which, time and place all persona are required to pro.
sent their claims or be forever debarred from earning
in on said fund. .
W. T. Matz, other.
flat. litA, $BO7.
wa YOB WILL PM
TAR ISES•T *ikitiETV
READY MADE CLOPIIiNGs
And Furnishing Goods,
Is certainly al
Guttenburg, Rosenbaum & 00;118
}laving again purchased a lure stock of New Goode
Fall and Winter Trade,
we vituald request , a call and examination of afir Goodeii 4
feelliacnnildent of being enabled to please and satisfy
as regards variety and prices.
We would especially call attention to one flnirio2d
grab i Pak dieting
Cloths, Cassimoros, &c.,
for Cugtom Work. As we net the mannexernters of ell
the Clothiwz we sell, we aro enabled to DEFT 414
COILPETITIO.3T in regard to
WORKMANSHIP MW PRICES,
Garments made to order after measure, Mad
tang guarantied. S good assortment of
MEN'S & BOYS' ITATSi
jest received. Alcoa large lot of Man a triunes&
6utititintfo, 4iostubaiuu to,
M. S. DESSAIIER, Managing Part:tor
Montroze, Sept. 21, 1267
Proofs of the Superior Quality
The American Watch Company, of Waltham. Mtiss.4
respectfully submit that their Watches are cheaper,
more accurate, less complex, more durable. bettet
adapted for general nee, and more easily kept in order
and repaired than any other watches in the market.
They are simpler in structure, and therefore strOnger,
and less likely to be injured than the majority of
foreign watches, which are composed of-from 123 ; to
800 pieces, while In an old English Width there :ire
more than 710 parts. Host they rub Under the herded
trial }catches can have, if shown by the following
PENS. .rtitmoAD COMPANY.
OPTICE OF TIIN GrINENAL SITPLIIINTINDENt
ALTOONA, Pa., 15 Dec., 18fti.
Gentl•men: The watches manufactured by you ha re
been in use on this railroad for several year. by our
engi acreen, to whom we tarnish watches as.a Dart d
our equipment. There are now Some three hnndred of
them carried on our line, and we consider them good
and reliable time-keepere,f Indeed, Ihave great satis
faction in saying your watches give us leas trouble.and
have worn and do wear much longer Witliont repairs
than any watches we have ever had in use oh this road.
As you are aware, tvelitirmerly trusted to those of En.
glish manufacture. of cknowledged good repfdation ;
but as a class they never kept time as correctly, nor
have they done as good service, as yours.
In these statements I am sustained -by my predeces•
ear, .51r, Lewis, whose -experience .extended over •
series of yeard. Respectfully.
EDWARD li, WILLIAMS,.
American Watch Company, Waltham.
We make now tire different gradea of watches, naine4
respectively as follows:
Appleton, Tracy et Co., tV 'aftlialn, Mos.
Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, man.
P. B. Bartlett, Waltham, Zan,
Wth. Ellety, Boston,. dui.
Home Watch Comparty, Boston, Mail.'
All of these, with the exception of the Itome Watch
company, are warranted by the American Watch Com.
paiiklo be of the best material, on the most approved
principle, and to possess , every requisite for "'reliable
time.hdeper. Every dealer, selling these Watthss is
provided with the Cornpany's printed card of guarantee
which should accompany each Watch sold, so that tiny.
era may feel sure that they are purthising the genuine
article. There are numerous counterfeits Anil imita.
tiona a our Watches sold throughout the country, and
we would caution purchasers to be on their guard
_ Any grades of Waltham Watches may be purchased of
Watch Dealers throughout the country.,
BOBBINS & APPLETON,
182 Broadway, New York
HEW HIRMTURE ROOMS
TIM suliscribei irotad respectfallylnforta thepublle
Vint be bas commenced business in C. Cush
man's old Shoporhere he kbopsconstautl MI bud and
manufactures Yb order all kinds of
6c,c-a ikyt 4(E
Bureaus, Bedsteads Lounges, Settees,
Stands, Tables; Bedsteads,
'of a superior manufaeture;'
Also, Barrett's Patent Ladies' Revoking
Ali tbnse in want of Cabinet -irhrnitnre will do well
to gtvo me a call before looking elsewhere. tbr 'intend
to make ray Work good, and sell it .chesPer Map /DI
other establishment in Susquehanna County.
N. B.—All work done when ismmised.
V JcitrfN WELFIXIXIL
ontroae, Sept. S. 1867 .—ti
TWELVE. YEARS REPUTATION
-I- bin proved Dr.. EDWARDS' Tar, Wild Cherivend
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Conch Syrup I: The most euccenothl
%oMlEmedicine in Cite. For Colds ,, Coughs,
lionreenecu. Asthma. Intinenza,Bron
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