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After the shower, the tranquil sun ;
„After the snow, the emerald leaves;
Silver iittirs'when the day is done;
After the harvest, golden sheaves.
After the clouds, the violet sky ;
After the tempest, the lull of waves ;
Quiet woods, when the winds go by;
After the battle, peaceful graves.
After the knell, the'wedding bellg ;!
After the bud, the radiant rose ;
Joyful greetings froth sad 'farewells ;
After our weeping, weet repose.
After the burden, the blissful meed ;
After the fight, the downy nest ;
After furrow, the waking seed;
After the shadowy river—rest.
days ego, • while some workmen
were excavating a cellar in Polk town
ship, Monroe cainty, Pa., the workmen
struck what it first appeared to be a sol
id ledge of Lock, and sitting down to rest,
oue of their number began idly to pick at
- an apparent fissure, when a block of stone
near;y•two feet square disappeared with
a dull thump.
The men set eagerly to work, and re-
moving 'the bottom of the pit disclosed a
chamber with six feet ceiling, and eigh
teen:by twenty-five feet within the walls,
which' are of solid, neatly seamed stone
work. Ranged in rows on rudely con
structed platforms,were twelve skeletons,
each with tomahawk and arrow heads at
their-sides, ear rings and bracelets of sol
id silVer 13 ing where they had dropped,
and piles of what appeared to have been
furs,iia Abe .centre .of the platform, each
pilelmiablifig to dnet as exposed to.•the
light. A number of tools, Made of cop
per, and haraTned equal to the best steel,
werelinearthed, and fresh discoveries are
constantly being made.—Lchih Valley
Predictions about the Winter,
We see it generally stated that Euro
pean meterologists are predicting an ear
ly and hard winter this year, for the rea
son that the birds of passage have cora
meneed their migration southward at
least a month earlier than usual. Storks;'
wild ducks and other birds, are reported
to be passing southward over France and
Belgium in large numbers.
Similar signs of a hard winter have:
from time to time been noted in our coun-9
try, and we are inclined to attach more:
importance to them than weather proph
ecies usually deserve. Meteorologists saY
a wet summer signifies a dry winter, and
dry winters are-always cold - . flousekeep
era should wake a note of this inference,
which we think will prove correct.
FALL—The present is,a dreadfnl "fall".
for the Radicals. "Tim melancholy days
have come" to them politically, and they
go about the streets looking as disconso
late as mourners at a funeral. They are
now in "the sere and yellow leaf" of po
litical existence, and will.soon die out be
yond the hope of resurrection.
GRAvrrr.—An ext•hange says, apropos
of the discussion whether Newton "dis
covered gravity," that if he lived until
this time he might have discovered it in
the c.mntenanees of Radical politicians all
over the country.
—Ben Wade told the people of Ohio—
" You've got to have it." " It" means
negro suffrage. But they didn't "got to
have it." Bullying people into measures
is about played out.
—The Pittsburg Rep,utlic says petitions
are circulating for signatures asking the
Rump Congress to impeach the President.
'We are inclined to Wink that that little
"side issue" was "done gone" last Tues
day, together with ids twin brother in
iniqn i t y —"Recon strn ction
The Philadelphia Post, a Radical con
cern, says its party was beaten because of
the rascality of its leaders. We presume
this is the "side-issues" which other or
gans of the same party talk about as pro
ducing their defeat. Rascality certainly
is a bad issue to tie to.
PAINTS for FARMERS
AND OTHERS.—TBE GRAFTON' DINER al PAINT
COMPANY are now manufacturing the Best, Cheapest
and most Durable Paint in nee ; two coats well pat on,
mixed with pure linseed oil, will last JO or 15 years ; it
Is of'a light brown or beautiful chocolate color, and
Can be changed to green, lead, stone, olireor drab,
to *Mt the taste -of• the , consumer. It is valuable
Awl:louses, flame, Fences,. Agricultural Implements,
Carriage' and Car. makers.. and Wooden-ware. Ca
nvas, Metal and Shingle Roofs, (it being Ore and water
proof.) Bridges. Bnrlal Cases, Canal Boats. Ships and
ShiPliottoms- Floor Oil Cloths, (one manufacturer ha
-sing. need 5,000 bbls. tbe.past year,) and as a paint for
any purpose isunsupassed for body, durability, elasti
city and adhesiveness,' Price. $6 per bbl. or 800 lbs.-
which will supply a farmer for years to come. War.
ranted to all cases Of *bove. Send for a eircniar,which
gives full particulars. None genuine unless branded
in a trade mark, Graftnn Mineral Paint. Address DAN
IEL BIDWELL, Proprietor, 254 Pearl st., New York.
'SOLDIERS' BOUNTY ,
PENSION S, 4iStiaa Mitistals..lFNEwyr,
MEDlttudersigned, LICENSED AGENT of the GOV
-3.,11/INII&NT: having obtained the necessary
vriDgiveprompt attention to 211 clams intrusted
to his care. to slum unless successful. -
dib. 1E54. CEO.
Assochalloo 'Pia adelpb I . Pa
xi. Diseases Of the Nervou 8, Sem ital. Urinary an de ex
tialsysterus—new and reliable treatment—in Roport F of
the HOWARD ASSOCIATION.' dentby month sealed
eUer envelpp_es,freb of cbarge.. Addree Dr.J. 13rmaJa
Hotroirrom Howard Ano.olatson. No 2 flout b bib trve
..11)11cle;plits, Pa. "
riEdRATITS ELECTRIC OIL,
-- For ABEL Trartzur
M. C. SUTTON,
Auctioneer, and Insurance Agent,
APT atf Ftlendsville, Pa.
ROGERS 455 ELY,
m7lO Brooklyn, Pa
• C. S. GILBERT,
tr. S. Azaatlazzoor.
sBp7 r.3tt - Great. Bend, Pa.
Dn. A., J. ALNEY, • .
PMYSICIAN and StiBIEON, has located at Brook
lye, Susq. Co. P. IN' ll attend to all calls prompt
ly. Office the one...forta rly occupied by . Dr. F.. L
Blakeelee. [Brooklyn, Sept. 3, 1661.—ti
DR. W. W. SMITH,
fENTIST. Rooms over Boyd . t Corwin's Hard
ware Store. Office hours from 9a.m.t0.4 p. m.
Montrose, July 1, 159:.--tf
!'ARSES E. CARMALT,
A.TTORNET AT LAW. Office nest to Franklin Ho
tel. [Montrose, Dec. 18, 1806.—tr.
/ • WM. D. LITSK,
TToRNEY AT LAW, Montrose, Pa. Office oppo_
.M. site the Franklin Hotel. near the Court Haase.
NOV. 27, 1866.—tf
EALER in Drugs, Patent Medicines, Chemicals,
43 Liquors, Paints, 0118, Dye Stuffs. Varnishes, Win
,ow Glass, Groceries, Glass Ware, Wall and Window
Paper, Stone-ware, Laws, Kerosene, Machinery Oils,
Trusses, Gams, Ammunition, Knives, Spectacies,firush
e., Fancy Goods, Jewelry, Perfu ro-ry. &e.—being one
dr the most numerous, t xtensive, and valuable collec
tions of Goods in Susquehanna County, [Established
in ISIS.] [Montrose, Pa.
D. W. SEARLE,
A.TTORNEY Al' LAW, office over the Store of A
Lathrop, in the Brick Block, Montrose, Pa.
May 1, 18ffil.
Dn. W. L. I.tICHARDSON,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, tenders his profession
al scr.vims to the citizens of Montrose and vicini
ty. Office at his residence, on the corner rat of Sayre
‘t. Bros. Foundry. [June 18, 1867.-Iy*
P. E. LOO MIS. • DANIEL IL&NNAH.
LOOMIS -& HANNAH,
TTORNEYS AT .LAW, Solicitors in Bankruptcy,
AL. and General Real Estate and Collecting Agente.—
Wanble City Lots. Residences, Farms, and Coal
T3inds for sale. 4 [Scranton, June 1&„—y
E. L. WEEKS dr, CO.
QCCCESSORS of I. N. BINE CO., Dealers In
tl Dry' Goode. Clothing, Ladies and Mieees fine Shoes.
Also, agents for the great American Tea and Coffee
Coanpanr. [April, 1,1867.
E. L. Vi"LEffs. • - - • C. C. FAITROT.
DR. E. L. GARDNER,
EIHTSICIAN and SURGEON, Montrose, Pa. Gives
.I_ especial attention to diseases of the Heart and
Lungs and all Surgical diseases. Office over the Pont
Office. Boards at Searle's Hotel. [Sept. 4, ISti6.
DEALERS In Flour, Salt, Pork, Fish, Lard, Grath,
Feed, Candles, Clover and Tlmothy Seed. Also,
Groceries, such SE &tzars, Molasses, Syrups, Tea and
Coffee. West side of Public Avenue.
Montrose, April 17, MO.
DOLT. E. L. HANDRICK,
gorirsicwr SIIIIGBOIN, respectfully tenders his
proressionsi services to Inc citizen or rricnes
cilia and vicinity. ["Office halo ofliceof Dr. Leet.
Boards at J. liosford's.' 11780 MU
VASITIONABLETAELOR, Montrose, Pa. Shop over
1 Chandler's Store.
Plr intruders tilled promptly, In firstratestyle. Cut
ting done on short notice, and warranted to fit.
W3L W. SMTTII,
CADINET AND CHAIRMANUPACTURERB,—Pon
of Main street, Atontrgae, Pa. • if
DEALER in Stuple arid 'Fancy Dry Goods, Crockery
Hardware, Iron, Stoves, Drugs, Oils. and Paints
Bootsand Shoes, Hate and Cape. Pars, Buffalo Robes
Groceries, provisions, c;,e., New Milford. Pa.
a COOPER & CO.,
ANTCEItS. Montrose, Ps. Successors to Post,Cooper
Zr, Co. OfUee, Lathrop's new braiding, Trmipike-et.
atIiTTOIG COOPER EMMET DEINT,I£R.
A. 0. WARREN,
A TTORNBY AT LAW. Bonnty, Back Pay, Pension,
kik and Exemption Cleime attended to. febt
P' Office first door below Boyd'e Store;liontroee,Pa
BURNS & NICHOLS, ,
EALERS in Drugs, Medicines. Chemicals; Dye
staffs, Paints, Dile, Varnish, Liquors. Spices, Fan
cy articles. Patent Medicines. Perfumery and Toilet As
tides. Or - Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Public Avenue, above Searles lintel, Montrose. Pa
A. B. 13uuts, Aaos Is:mama
Sept. 11, 1865.
DR. E. P. HINES, '
11(TAS permanently loaded at Friendsvl Ile for thepnr
poee of:practicing medicine and surgery in all Its
branches. lie-may belound at the Jackson Holm.
Office bonra from $ a. m., to 9p. m. janl6tf
Friendarillei Pa., Jan. 15th, 1866.
STROUD c BROWN,
'VIRE AND LIFE INSt4ANCE AGENTS. All
basiness attended to prornptly. on fair terms. Of
fice first dool northof " Montrose Motel," west side of
Public Aventie, Montroge, Pa. [Jan. 1.1866.
BILLIStie STROUD, - • CLUBLES L. BROWN.
C. 0. FORDIIAM,
11011007' & SHOE Dealer and Manufactarer Montrosf.,
11.1 Pa. Shop on Main street, one door above I.N. Bul
lard's. All kinds of work natio to order, and repairing
done neatly. janl 65
RESPECTFULLY announces that he is now pre.
pared to cut all .kinds of Garments in the most
PashlonableStyle, and warranted to fit with elegance
and ease. Shop over 1. N.Bullard'sStoreddontrose.
The Montrose Democrat
2LIBLIAJTSD ILTZTIT TIRSTPAT AtORMISO, AT MONT:ROSE
SIILIQOZEIASNA 00172iTT, PA., DT
.ACLe as Pr 341 MILX TM CO I%T,
AT' 22 PEn LIMY* I.IC . ADVANCT,-013, S2X AT EISII)Or TEAT..
Anelness advertisements Inserted ut V per - roller° of
10 lines, three times and 23ctelor each additional week.
, with .
Yearly advertisers; ne at changes, charged $lO
for four squares, quarter enhanimslo, half colemn $3O,
oneyolanin $OO. and other =Omits In canctproportloy.
'Business cards of three Linea, $3; or one dollars line.
O'Legal notices at the cuain ; mary . rates,—abont 50
per cent. in addition _ to business iates.
Job Piintlnz executed neatly and promptly at
Lair pricea.l '' .
kleeds, Mortgagee, Notes. insticcs', Conatablefe,
School and otheiblankafor zate.! . •
TOZ•2113,1111 C7erso3ix lowa.
Please Read this Carefully.
MITE subscribers have entered into a partnership for
the purpose of carrying on the
briainera ; arid having'aupptied ottraelvea with a drat
! ram stock of materials, such as
Cloths, Cassimeres 8c Trimmings,
ive Are prepared to furnish
upon very short notice, made In tho latest style, of the
best materials, and et very low prices. Wealoo have
HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLA S, SUS
PENDERS, COLLARS, NECK
and all the other articles usually kept in an establish
meet of this kind.
We may bo found in the rooms formerly occupied by
G. F.Tordham, between C. N. Stoddard's Shoe Store
and R. B. Little's law office, west side of Male street.
Montrose, Pa , doing business under the name of Morse
S. 11. Mount,P. LtriES.
Montrone, May 2S, 1067.—tf
L i a
MY SEWING MACRE!
MITE Singer Manufacturing Company have enured
IL ed in prodneing a Sewing Machine as neir perfec
lion as human sk 11 can accomplish. To be had of
MORSE & LINES, Sole Agents
For Susquehanna County, successors of Ilea& Wat
on. & Foster.
Itoutrose, July 23, 1667.—tf.
ar. rinacmaan 7
Patented Dlay 7, 1867.
The most Important and Valuable Inven
tion of.the 19th Century.
1. This Dasher is superior to any other, by being as
simple as the old Dasher, and combinfirg the atmos
pheric principles therewith, and the Butter Gatherer
if. It Is superior to all others, inasmuch as the same
power applied to this in like mechanical operations
will make one ronrth more reciprocations.
3. It is superior to all others, inasmuch as itprodu
ces the Butter in a much shorter time.
4. It is superior to any other, Inasmuch as it produ
ces a ranch better quality, of Butter.
5. It is superior to any other Patent Chnra,:lnas
much as it Is 500 per cent. cheaper than any other.
It is well known to Dairymen and others, that Butter
is contained in minute globules or Packs. coveted with
a membrane, and requires the action of air to prepare
the covering to be removeil by friction. The Scientific
American says :
fi It cream' is dashed against a hard substance, or
mashed between bars or rollers. it breaks the globules
and becomes oily, by destrojing tho grain. It should
be thrown into currents and counter - currents
by the action of air. canning a friction by the action of
the currents against each other. removing the covering
wiktiliPfEePlAcntOff Itt:fo9/4&1 5 :f Ho. Da"
endcHVored to keep In view, and the result shows a
much larger yield of Butter obtained in less time than
by any other Dasher.
Experiments have proven that any other method ex
cept. pumping air through the cream, will not penetrate
sufficiently tooxygenize all the globules preparatory to
concentrating the Butter. Throwing it into the air by
clappers or old fashioned Dashers, does not sufficiently
expose It to the air to bring out the Butter.
The above Patent Dasher has been purchased tor Sus.
quell/mita County by the undersigned. The process or
chnrningvan be seen at any time, in a Glass Churn. at
Raldwit., Allen & McCainhs store. An s=ent will can
vass the county soon as pos.thle. to sell the Dasher
for individual rights; also township tights trill be
Montrose, July 2.3, ISG7.—tf A. BALDWIN.
ERIE RA I LWAY.—On and after Mon
day, An z. 24th, 1867. trains will leave Great
Bend at about the following boure,, viz.: A,
5.53 a. m. sight Exprees. Mondays excepted, for Ro
chester, Baffalo, Salamanca and bankirk making di
rect connection with trains or the Atlantic. and Great
Western. Luke Shore and Grand Trunk Railways. for
all points West ; also at Binghamton for Syracti.e. ;
at Owego ftir Ithaca, and at Elmira for Canandaigua.
5 - 7 i a. in. Mall Train, Suodavo excepted,tfor Entrain
and Dunkirk, connecting nt Elmira for Canandaigua.
3.53 p. rn. 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 Cananaalgua: at Salamanca
with the Atlantic and Great Western Railway, and at
Buffalo with the Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Rail-
ways,Tor all points West and South.
7. 51 p. m. Express Mail. Sundays excepted, for Bun
lo, Salamanca, and Dunkirk, connecting wine trains
for the Wert.
12.57)p. in. Way Freight, Sundays excepted.
11.31 a. in. Emigrant Train, Daily, for the West.
GOING EA ST
7.13 a. in. Cincinnati Express. Mondays excepted,
at Lackawaxen for Hawley, and at Grayciart for New
burg and Warwick.
0.00 p. m. Accommodation Train Daily.
2.00 p. in. Day Express, Sundays excepted, connect.
at Lackawaxen for Hawley, and at Jersey City with
midnight express train of New Jersey Railroad fur
Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washlngtos.
9•27 p. in. New York and Baltimore Ms iI, Sundays ex
cepted, connecting at Jersey City with morning ex
press train of New Jersey Railroad for Baltimore
and Washington. and at NeVl York with morning ex
press trains for Boston andihn east.
8.4.1 a. in. Night Express, Daily,teonncrtlng at Gray
conrt for Warwick; and at New York with afternoon
trains and ste.amera for Boston and New England
10.20 a. m. Way Freight; Sundays exeept , d.
WM. R. BARR. IL RIDDLE,
sep. 8 Goal Passenger Agent. GerelSup't
(.714Jvc. AGENTS WANTED—
Male and Female. to introduce our New Patent Star
Shuttle Sewing Machine. It le adapted for family use
and Tailoring. It makes a stitch alike on both aidea.
Priee only Twenty. Dollars. Extraordinary induce
ments to Agents. For full pant malara address
DUMONT & Wll SON,
C:3O Arch street,
Jaly2-3m• Philadelphia, Pa.
IND MT GOOD ELM,
Mum' ellma, M 1131.0.
Three Cheers far -Gen, Grant,
HIP, HIP, HURRAH -
HE Hayti Barber. has removed his shop to the
hasement of E. L. Weeks' New Store, where he is
prepared to give good satisfaction. When I go to ex,
plain this subject language falls to express It.
'TAW°- - _ . . • -
0411; • An eAeptive: Itasortilient! o
_pare-Liquorto for 'medico,
parporce, embracing nearly every kind in market, con
stantly on hand and for sale by
• Fire, Life and Aceidep_VA.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
Home bet:trance Co. of N. Y., Capital and
-Surplus, • $3,000,00
Insurance Co. of North America, Phil's,
Capital and Surplus, 1,700,000
International Fire Insurance Co. of N. Y.,
Capital and Stirplus, 1,500,000
Lycoming County Mutual Insurance Co.of
Money, Penn'a, Capital and Surplus, 2,500,090 ,
Farmer's 'Mutual Insurance Co. York, Pa.,
Capital and Surplus, 500,000
Enterprise Insurance Company, Phil's,
Capital and Surphas4 375,000
Insurance Co. State of Pennsylvania, Phil.
Capital and Surplus, 'lOO,OOO
Connecticut Mutual Lifeirisnrance Co. of
Hartford, Conn., paying OD per cent.
dividend* to the assured. The notes
given for half the premium is never to
be paid under any circumstances. ho
policy Wiliiilways be paid in full, and
the notes given up. Capital, 10,000,000
American Life Insurance Co., Philadel
phia, Capital, ' 1,000,000
Travelers' Insurance Co. Hartford, Conn.,
Insuring against all kinds of accidents
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 Jrom any
cause. Capital, $500,000
rfrAll business entrusted to our care will be attend
ed to on fair terms, and all losses promptly adjusted.
STROUD tt BROWN, Agents.
razr• Office first door north of" Montrose Hotel," west
side nrPnblie Areano
M. C. Svrion, Eeq., Friendeville, Solicitot.
BILLMOS STROUD, Cakiums L. Bnowx
Montrose, Jan. lat. 1:367. ly
MUSIC & JEWELRY.
MITE subscriber having. formed a par.nerablp, with
MR. J. STEVENS, wishes to make his best
bows to Ids old Customers. and inform them that the
'Mercantile Department of the business will herea,ter
be carried on by 0. D. Beman ,f 4 Co. with increased
capital and facilities, n large a ock or New Goods in all
departments. a store thoroughly refftted. and
The Watch-Making Department
Is retained by me, and will receive my personal atten
tion. I have secured the services of C. li. %VOLD
BYE, a gentleman wit n hat? had twenty-five years in the
best shops of Europe. and has no superior in the coun
try. I shall therefore be able to do nil work within
three days front 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 beat style.
N0v.22, 1866. 0. D. BEMAN.
CI MIR E,.. 1 10 C:1 40 lE.
will consist of a fall assortment of the followinc goods,
suitabic for this market, which will be so d ns 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 etylee, Including their celebrated Calender Clocks.
which tell the day of the month and week, also , the
name of the month, making the chan'ee for every
month correctly, with no care bat to wrnd them once a
Heavy, soli d Gold Chains. Hooks and Keys. Fine sol
id sets of Jewelry—Plns, Sleeve Butkous, Studs, Ear
Rings, &e. &c.
Warranted to fit all kinds of eyes
SOMI) GOLD 11LB UMS.
A neat little Charm holding eigh* email Photographs
A fine assortment, with and without holders. Old
SOLID SILVER WARE.
Made to orderer pure Coin, consisting of Spoons,
Forks, Thimbles, flatter Knives, Napkin Riugs, Fruit
Knives, Vest Chains,
Thcbest in market—single. donnle, treble and quad
in plyplate, and WARRANTED—from a NO Ten Set down,
including Castors. Cake and Card Bssliets. Ice Pitchers,
Waiters, Butter Dishes, Sugar Bowie, Cups, Ta
Manufactured by Decker Brothers, which, with their
late ilnprovementg.'surpass those of any other maker,.
Also, Bradbury's New Scale Pianos—a splendid Instru
ment. Other Pianogfrom $350 to $5OO.
From $llO to sl9.oo—warfatted for fire years. They
are the finent reed insirument in the world. and I have
only to say that , 1 have aold nearly $15,000 voila of
them hi the last (oar years ; and they are alt in good or
der and have never cost my customers a cent fur repairs.
VIOLINS, GUITARS', dc.
Violins. from $5 to $."4, Flutes. Fifes, t7isrion ets,l3an
jos, Guitars, Bons, Strings, Tuning Furlo3,
Supplied with Instruments of the best American man
ufacture, by the single instrument or full set, at the ma
ker's price—also m 'lslam* 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 lmst In the world, Try one
paper and if not eattailed the money +II lae refanded_
Fire _Arms and Sporting Materials.
Allen's, Spencer'e. and Henry's Breech loading RI-
Iles, all at lee 1114volvers, Fowling Pieces. Shot Belts
and Powder Flasks, Partridges for all the U. S. Army
gone ; also C. S, and other PCITCIBBiO/1 Cape, coop r
Cartridges, all atylea and sizes.
0. D. UEMAN.
Montrose, Nov. V, 18611
The. Great MEMO of Human Misery.
Just Published in a sealed Envelope. Price six cents
A Lecture or. the Nature, Treatment and Radical
Cure of Seminal Weakness. orSpermatorrnma, induced
by self-abuse : Involuntary ErAlssions. Impotency,
Nervous Debility, and Impediments to Marriage gen
erally ; Consumption. Epilepsy, and Pits ; '%leutal and
Physical Incapacity;itoß. J. cULVERWEL
M. D., Author of the "Green Book," &c.
The world renowned author, In ibis admirable Lee.
ture, clearly proves .from his own experience that the
awful consconences of self abuse may be effectually re
moved without medicine, and without dangerous cur
gical operations, bungles, Instruments, rings, or cor
dials, pointing out n mode of cure it once certain and
effectual, by which every sufferer no matter what his
condition may be. nuty cure !dimwit cheaply, privately,
awl radically. This Lecture will prove a boon to thou
Sent under seal to any address, in a plain f eat ed en
velope, on the receipt of six cents. or two postage
stamps. Also Dr. Culverwell's " Marriag9 guide,"
price 25 cents. Address the pnblishers.
CILIA J. C. K UNE CO.,
ny Bowery, New York, Poet Office box 4586.
March 10, 1867-Iyemp.
EYRE LAN DELL,
Fourth and Arch Sts.
Are now offering o N}W STOCK of
301 , 3 4 M1::0 4 0 0 .4511.09
• Por the Fall Sales of
I SFIANiTLS, SILKS, DRESS GOODS,
,STAPLE - Dltt GOODS. '
at Goods receivia
Sot. 10-4 w
THE HOE MICHIECO'S
FOR FAMILIES & MANUFACTURERS,
Celebrated for doing the best work. using a much
smaller needle for the same thread than any other ma
ehine, and by the introducticin of the most approved
ma( hinery, we are now able to supply the very bt.st, ma
nines. In the world.
The.se machines are made at our new and
spacious Factory at Bridgeport, Conn.,
under the immediate supervision of
the President of the Company,'
Elias Howe, Jr., the
ORIGINAL INVENTOR OF TIM SEWING 3IA-
They are adapted to all kinds of Family Sewing, and
to the use of seamstresses. dress makers. tailors. man
ufacturers of Shirts, collars, skirts, cloaks, mantillas,
clothing. hats, cape, corsets, boots. shoes, harness.Sad
riles. linen goods. umbrellas. parasols, etc They work
equally well upon silk, linen, woolen and cotton goods
with silk. cotton or linen thread. They will seam,
quilt, gather, fell. cord. braid, bind. and .perform every
species of sewing, making a beautiful and perfect
:Aft h, alike on both sides of the artieles sewed.
The Stitch invented by Hr. HOWf,and made
on this Machine, is the most popular
and durable, and all Sewing Ma
chines are subject to the prin
ciple inilented by him.
SEND FOR A CIRCULAki
SIBLEY & STOOPS,'
NO. 922 CHESTNUT ST., PHIL , A.
Feb. 26, 1567.
Main Street, 5 doors below Boyd's Corner, Montrose.
f LOUR, GROCERIES, AND
A large, fine assortment
We are constantly rec..,1% in 7 and now have on band,
a (rush stuck of (coda in OnT line, n bleb we v. ill sell
CHEAP ! ' CHEAP! CHEAP!
PORK, FISH, LARD,
HAMS, DRIED FRUITA
CLOVER (1: TIMOTHY SEED, &e
We bave refitted and made additions to onr litocn or
Pails. and are now ready to torwurd Butter to the be. t
commission hounen itt New York, free of charge, and
woke liberaladvaucements ou consignments.
Call and examinennr Stock before purchasing else
where, and con dace )'ourselves of the
RIND QUALITY Se', CHEAP PRICES
C. GI. MINER,
HUNT BROTHERS ,
Wholesale & Retail Dealerain
111112 D Vit74l2
4:::0 Tkr ,
MINE RAIL, COUNTERSUNK dt 7' RAU SPIKES
RAILROAD d MINING SUPPLIES.
CARRIAGE SPRINGS: AXLES, SKEINS- ANL
BOXES, BOLTS. !WITS and WASHERS,
PLATED BANDS. MALLEABLE
IRONS, HUBS. SPOKES,
FELLOES, SEAT SPINDLES, BOWS, &a,.
ANVILS, VICES, STOCKS and DIES, BELLOWS
HAMMERS, SLEDGES, FILRS, 4e. &c,
CIRCULAR AND MILL SAWS, BP LTIN G. PA CEIENG
TACKLE BLOCKS, PLASTER PARIS'
• CEMENT, BAIR & GRINDSTONES.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASLLEATEIER & FINDINGS
Scranton, March 24,1665. ly
J. A. STEVENS
THESE WORLD RENOWNED
Were awarded the highest Premium at the
World's Fair in London, and six first
premiums au the New York State
k Fair of 1866, and are
MINER & COATS,
for caeh, or exchange for produce
of our Goods
Montrose, April 16, 1867.
Baldwin, Alien. &' McCain.
Flour, Feed, Salt, Pork, Batter,
Dried Beef, Hams, Fish, S'nioked flat
ibut, candles, Tea, Coffee,lSpices,
Syrup, Molasses, Sugar,
Cloiter TimOihy Seed; - Fltuoleed,Beans,
' Ti ankihi fortWgatroniiin,iiriiefitftritiipppr to:pee
find Waft upon out Ord and new entitomOn. .
All Goods and Flour warranted. ' ' '
A. BALDWIN. W. L ALUM. J.II. McCAIN.
Montrose, Feb. L,1117.
STEVENS HOUSE #
21, 23, 25 & 27 Broadwiqr,
Oppostie Bowling Green.
037 TEir;,2iiiinciN 'PLAN.
TIIP. STEVENS ',gust la well and widely known
to the travelling public. The location is especially
suitable to merehanta and business men ; In close
proximity to the business part of the e fts—ls on the
highway of Southern 'and Westerniraveland adJacent
to all the principal Railroad and Steamboat depots.
Thelatevens House has liberal accommodations tor
over 3t guests—it is well furnished, andvpssesses ev
ery modern intprovenient for the comfort -01 d entertain
ment Of its inmates. The rooms are spacious and well
ventilated—provided with gas and water—the attend
ance is prompt and reepectful-4td the tableie supplied
with every delicacy of the season—at moderate rates.
GEO. K. CHASE & CO.
may l'—dm PROPIIIZTOILII.
TO THE LADIES
Dr. Duponco's Golden Periodical Pills tot !hulas.
Dr. Cbeeseman'a Female Pills.
Loc. Velparra Female Pills.
BdrJames Clark's Female Pills.
All of the above Pills are infallible In 'correcting
menstrual Irregularities. and In endue Leneborrea nr
Whites. They are aucceseful as preventives 7 —bnt shoold
not be need during pregnancy, as they would Jiradoce
abortion, Price, one dollar per box, each. The bet
two Mode named cent by mail, to any address. postage
paid, in sealed envelope, op receipt cif one dollar for
each box ordered. The latter two kinds, being ia glass
and heavy, will be sept by mall, pottage paid, on the
receipt of one dollar and twenty cents.
Address ABEL TURRELL, Druggist, Montrose, Pc
D ELAWARE, LACKAWANNA and
wEsTEns R. R. Summer Arrangement,lB6l.
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE
WESTWARD, I EAST-WARD.
Mall I Palma/ . Mail I Paanger
train. train. STATIONS. train. train.
A. RI. A. M. • P. M. P. 111.
91 0.00 Now York'.... ..... 5,25 f I
11,30 , Nehv Hampton__ 2,30 -a
I 12.18 Mani:Enka Chunk.... 1,35 a
112 45 Delaware ....Dine ... 1,30 l!,
a' 4,30 10,10 Scranton 0.45 1 I
5,36 11.43 Nicholson.... ~ 8.35 i ~z
c 5,58 12,08 I
Hopbottom 8,18 4.05 a
vi 0,20 12,38 M0ntr0ae............ 7:56 3.85 •?.
.1 6,41 l,OBl New Milford 7.34 8,65
; 7,00 1,35 Great 8end........ . 7,15 2.40
a I P.M. P. M *Foot of Liberty.st. lA. M Pld
The Mail train from New York connects at Ea•
nunka Cnunk with the train leaving Plillacl'a(ieneirg,
ichi depot) at 8,00 a. in.. and at Ureatßend with through
mall train on the Erie Railway, with Bleeping car at.
cached. stopping, at all the principal etatione on that
road, and arriving at Buffalo at 6,18 a.m.
The 1 aesenger train tram Scranton conneata at Gilt
Rend with through trains going west and east on Erie
Railway, arriving.at Buffalo at 1,28 a. In., and at Sala
manta at 12 m.
The Mail train from Great Bend. connects there
with the Cincinnati Express on the Erie Railway from
the west ; at Manunkb Chunk with a train (or Philnd's
and Intermediate stations, arriving to at
p. m.; and nt New Hampton with n train for But rs
Bethlehem,entos”.. Llarelahilrz. arr ,
at Harrisburg; at 8.30 p. M.
At SClMltton, connect tons are made with trains on th•
Lackawanna and Bloomsburg 11.11. band from Pit tats
K I ngston NV ilkesbarre • Berwick. Bloom ahnrg.llanville,
Northumberland, Datliaburg, and Inteimediate station!,
and with'trains on the Delaware and Hudson Railroad
to and (corn Carbondale and intermediate stations. ,
R. A. HENRY. J. BRISBIN,
June 11. General Ticket Agent. President.
Lackawanna & Bloomsburg R. B.
ON and after November V, 1863, passenger trains
will run as follows:
A. X. .1.. sr. ; }.r.
Leo q, erantOn. 5:50 10:50 ' 4 :51)
" Kingston, 6:55 11:15 ' ,;',::
" Rupert. 9:17.“.
. " Danville. 9:50
'Arrive at Northumberland, 10:30
.... ----,. •
' ..-- Dalll , llle, g:4O Z:4O
Rupert. 9:15 A. N. 4•15
" KingstOn,. 2:35 8:30 8:55
Arrtre at Scranton, 3:45 9:35 F' 1 f/
Pass'engers taking train smith from Serarion at 5:50
'a. m. via Northumberland. rea.'h Harrlaburg at, 12:20 p.
m; Baltimore 5:30 p. m.: Waahington 10:00 p. 111.: vin
all pert react , Philadelphia at 7:00 p. m.
Kingston, N0v.25. • B. A. 'FONDA, Supt.
.VOUTZ'S CELEBRATED HORSE
AND CATTLE. POWDED.S.
This preparati-n, Fong and favorably known, will
thorucmlityreinvigornte brotten-down ancLlow-spiritad
horsea;by strentbenlng and cleansing the stomach and
It Is starve preventive of all diseases Incident to this
such as Lung Fever, Glanders, Yellow Water.
Heaves, Couto+. Distemper, Fevers., Founder. Loss of
Appetite and Vital Enerory;,, &c, Its use improves the
wind, increases the appet ite.gives a smooth and glossy
Wu. and transforms thertrilearable skeleton Into a fine
looking and spirited horse:
TO KEEPERS OF COWS,
this preparation is invaluable. It increases the quanti
ty and improves the quality of the milk. It has been
proven by actnal experiment to increase the quantity
of toIIR and cream twenty per cent and make the but
ter firm yid sweet. In fattening cattle. it gives them
an a petite. loosens their hide, and makes them thrive
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE,
such as Coughs, ricers in the Dings. Liver, fie.. this
article arises a specific. By putting from One half a
paper to a paper in,a barrel of swill the above diseases
will be eradicated or entirely prevented. If given in
time, a certain preventive and care for the 110 e Chole
ra. Price 25 cents per paper, or 5 papers for $l. Pre
pared by .1
DAVID E. FOUTZ.
at their wholesale Drng and Medicine depot, No. 116
Franklin Pt.., Baltimore, Md. Fpr sale •by Druggists
and storekespers throughout the United States.
sale in Montrose by
nom.limql6 ABEL TitRRELL.
W. R. COATS
HAVING speared the eerviceg of Mr. A, Zoche, one
of the hest binders to he (mind in the • State, we
are prepared to fattish to _Banks, InsnranceCompani es
Merchants, Manufacturers, Coal operatort; 'notes 'an d
of every description, on short notice s bound In any
style desired, In the most substantial manner, at reas
Magazines bound, and old books r ebound, at New
Ordc a left at the office of the paper pabllsblng this
advertisement, °remit by Express, will be attended to
and returned without unnecessary delay
E. 8. M. HILL.
Scranton, Pa., June IS, 1E67. tt
WVITLD Inform his (fiends and thd Qnblic tied be
hae in store and is receiving ;urge and new sup
'SPRING 1, SIMMER GOODS,
including,every kind of GOODS usually,Winte in ibis
Ills purchases being made since the great break
down of prices, will enable him to Wier the meet favor
able inducements in prices, style and variety in
Dry Goods ' Groceries, Crockeiry,•ilardware ,
Stoves,- Iron, -Drugs,. Paint!, Oils,
Carpeting, Window . Shades, -
-Boots & Shoes, &e.
and will he sold for, Leah, Produce, ovapproved credit
NoW Milford, 'June, 1807. , '
• . .
Tut noiligdlgiled have thia'claifdrinedneeivirtner
- eldp, tinder thotleni"narno of Stamp ea Moran; for
tho purpoeo,of cawing on Blacken''thing is all Its
branches. • ,
Ordtridt atiention wittba their to Ifiltleefabbilng.
All wortewilltlOdone beatlyandpiomptly.Tilipub
lie aro invited to call.
E. P. STAMP.
Itootton. ]Lang 411 t fNR. to P. T. MORALS