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DISCHARGE -M' A BANKRUPT
In titet Slistriet Court of the United States for the
Western District of Pennsylvania. In Bankruptcy.
EDI the matter of John Wheeler, a 'baukrnpt, said
John Wheeler having applied to the Coact for a dis
charge from his debts. By or or of the Court notice is
hereby given to all creditors who have proved their
debts and other persons In interest to appear on the ad
day of July 1898, at 9 o'clock a. ru.., at Chambers of the
said District Corn t. before E. N. WILLARD, one of the
Registers of said Court. in the city of remnton., at No.
803-14w.kawante avenue. to show canse why a discharge
should not he granted to the said bankrupt.
June 16-2 w S. C. aIcCANDLESS, Clerk.
In the District Court of the United States for the
Western District of Pennsylvania :
in the matter of
BUs, a bankrupt.' t ln Bankru p tc y
To Waoir IT MAT CONCEEN :
The dnderslgned hereby gives notice of his appoint.
ment as assignee of S. S. Ingalls, of tilbson,
In the County of Susquehanna and State of Pennsylva
nia. within said district, who has been adpdged a
bankrupt upon his own petition by the District Court
of said District. Dated March 18. A. D.. 1868.
Jane 16, 1868.-3 w
The assignee will meet creditors at S. S. Ingalls'
house Friday and Saturday of ea* lyeek during the
month of June, fur scttlenatnt.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY
This is to give notice that on the 29th day of May,
A. D., 1868, a warrant in bankruptcy was ism.ed against
the estate of Edward Carlisle, of Dana Bend, Susque
hanna county, Pennsylvania, who has been adjudg
ed a bankrupt, on his own petition . ; that the payment
of any debt and delivery of any property belonging to
seen bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of
auy;property by him, are forbidden by law. That a
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove
their debts, and to choose one or more nssigni es of hie
estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to he held
at 303 Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton, Pennsylvania.
before Edward N. Willard, Register, on the tld dry of
July, 1668, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
TLIOS. A. ROWLEY, IT S. Marshal,
as Messenger, Western Dist. of Pa.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
This is to give notice, that on the Ist day of june, A.
D. 18%, a warrant in bankruptcy wasiesued against the
estate of Norman, P. Loomis, of Springville. Susque
hanna county, Pennsylvania, who bas been adjudged a
bankrupt on his own petition: that the paythent of any
debt and delivery of any property belonging to such
bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of any
property by him, are forbidden by law. That a meeting
of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and to choose one or more assignees of hit , estate, will
be held at a Court of itankraptcy, to be held at No. 303
Lackawanna venue, Scranton. Pa., before Edward N
Willard, Register, on the Sth day of July, 1868, at 9
o'clock, a. m.
THOS. A. ROWLEY,
. U. S. Marstvtl, as Messenger,
Western District of Penns
Jane 9-4 w
NOTICE IN BANKMTPTCY.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE
That on the Ist day of June, 1868, a warrant In
bankruptcy was issued against the estate of Jerome
B. Townsend of Brooklyn, Susquehanna county, Penn
sylvania, who has been adjudecd t bankrupt, on his
own petition ; that the payment of any debts and de
livery of any property b , him are forbidden by law ;
that a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to
prove their debts, and to choose one or moreasslgneca
of his estate, will be held at a Court or Bankruptcy,
to be held at No. 30.1 Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton,
Pa., before. Edward N. Willard, Register, on the 6th
day of July, 1868, at ten o'clock, A. M.
THOMAS A. ROWLEY.
D. 8. Marshal, as messenger, Western District of
Pennsylvania.' [June 9-4 w
NOTICE IN BAN Jut lIPTCY.
This I. to give notice, that on the sth day of June,
A. D. 1868, a warrant in bankruptcy was issued against
the estate of J. J. tialistead. of Nicholson, Wyoming co.
Penn'a, who has been adjudged a bankrupt, on hie own
petition ; that the payment of any debt and delivery of
any property belonging to such bankrupt, to him or for
his use, and the transfer of any prope ty by him are for
bidden by law. That a meeting of the creditors of said
bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to choose one or
more assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of
Itankruptcv, to be held at No. 303 Lackawanna Avenue,
Scranton, 'Pennsylvania, before Edwar t N. Willard,
Register, on the Bth day of July, 1868, at 10 o'clock,
THOB. A. ROWLEY. 11. S. Marshal,
as Messenger, Western Dist. Pa
Jane 9, 1868.-4
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY
This is to give notice that on the stb day of June. A.
1) 1868, a warrant in bankruptcy WAS ies:ned against
the estate of Jacob A. Thomas. of Nicholson, Wyoming
county, Pennsylvania. who has been adjudged a bank.-
rupt upon his own petition; that the payment of any
debt and the delivery ofany property belonging to said
bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of any
property by him are forbidden by law ; that a meeting
of creditors of said bankrupt to prove their debts and
to choose one or more assignees of his 4.st nte will he
held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be held at 30.3 Lacka
wanna Avenue, Scranton, Pennsylvania, before ED
WARD N. WILLARD, Register, on the 9th day ofJcily,
1869, at 10 o'clock. a. tn.
THOMAS A. ROWLEY.
U. S. Marshal. as Nlessenger,
Western District of l'enn'a.
WE ARE JUST RECEIVING OUR
READY MADE CUM,
CALL AND SEE THEM.
esutttnintrg, „nstabanm i Co.
Montrose, Aprll4, 1868
DECLINE .IN FLOUR.
la furnishing first rate Winter Wheat Fleur at flB 50.
SHOOS .1. TIk'iCILEY.
"TOWARD Association oPhfladelpbis ,Pa•
Dieesees of the Nerve!' e,tieminal. Urfa at) d sex
naleystemir—new and reliable tiestinatt.-in Rewrite!
the HOWARD ASSOCIATION. Featbymatiioeealed
etior earetlaWs.free of dune. - , Addrett Dr.J. San=
Mumma, zurirase Aipmistionalie I South Metres
0. LATHROP, Aseigmo
first hands!, at the lowest market price.
will be matted in plain figures at the amallestposslble
profit, and no deviation in prices.
The times demand such a system, and we believe it
will,be forth.- benefit of both seller and purchaser.
With many thanks to otulaumerous friends for their
liberal patronage under thefr old order of briefness, we
shall m its it fur their interest not, to desert us under
THE LATEST NEWS
►pIRE very high prices of Goode • ill be Impeached b
the, arrival and sales of a time and well eelecte ,
Stock of Goods at
JAS.. R. DEWITT & CO'S.
Plairtand Fancy Dry Goode, such 'as Prints, Detainee,
Brocades. dlnghams, Swiss alit: Cambric llne, iLaces, Edgings at d' Dress Trim
niiings, Brown Shavings, Shirt-
, ings bleached unbleached.
Tickings, Denims. Stripe aid Check shirting. a great
variety of Cloths. Casaimeres, Vestings. Ken
tacky Jeans, Tweeds and Summer Pante
&flitter men and boy's wear.
Also, a good assortment otStraw, Felt, and Soft Rate,
and Cloth Cape--Boots and Shoes—Fine Grocer
les of all kinds—and a splendid assort
. meat of Crockery and Wooden
Ware, Rc, &c.
linving bought our stookot Goode dnrinu the inn de
cline in prices, we feel confident thatvie can eo❑ them
at pricesto cult everybody.
WE DON'T INTEND TO BE UN
All kinds of Produce taken In exchange for Goods at
market prices. A quantity of Ashton's DAIRY SALT
for sale by the sack, bustle) or pound.
-The beet of Kerosene Oil—a splendid Syrup. and good
Molasses, that won't fail tip suit customers in price and
Rasing made arrangements to forward flatter this
season, we have pt ocured a lot of new, clean Butter
Pails for, the purpose. We will send to eood and re
sponsible Dien. who will inake as god sales as any In
the city, and prompt returns. Farmers can know at
what prices their Butter Bella by reference to our re
turns as fast as we g't them. We will sell them goods
as cheap ne any one else, and pay them money on their
sales of gutter as they may want it.
JAS. B. DEWTIT. PERRY BARNHART.
.Montrose, march 24, 188 t.
GREAT PIANO FORTE
And Melododn Emporium,
650 Broadway, Now Yozii, and. 69 Washington St.,
Chicago, Crosby Opera House,
Wholesale Agents for the United States for
Wm. KnahP dL• On's celebrotsd Gold Ifeda
I =l l.Esaa.ciTcorteges.
Also, Agents for it,li. Q J I,E .1 CO., and other first
W have the largest and hest =sorted stock of Pianos,
which, for Power and SwOetness of Tone, Haey and
Agreeable Tench, and Beauty of Finish, have, byjudgee,
been pfonounced unrivalled.
Whole ale Auems for Carhart, Needham & Co's Cele
brated Harmoniums, Melodeons and Organs.
Manufacturers and Importers of
Afusical inAlruments, Strings, Areordeons,
Violins, Clarinets,, Drums, Guitars,
Brass Instruments, and other
rir Rememtter the place,
J. BAUER & CO.,
650 Broadway, New York, and
May 15-1 y 69 Washington, St., Chicago.
Swiquehanna Depot. Pa.
Representirig fifteen first class Fire Insurance Co's,
With a combined Capital of over
Travelers' Insurance Company, of Hartford Ct.
i ng against all kinds of Accidents—cap
Guardian Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New
York—assets securely invested and rapidly
increasing, capital. 1,000,000
Hartford Live Stock Ins. Co., of Hertford, Ct.,
the "pioneer" Co. of America—capital, 500,000
Affording reliable protection to Farmers and owners
of Stock against loss by death or then.
I car and was, make it for the interest of all to in
care with me. -
Go not seek for mess or Low rates Irrespective of
character or standing, as mess martaNcE may be lik
eod to self-rightonaness—the more one has the worse
off he Is.
REMEMBER, DELAYS ARE DANSEMOUS
Applications by mail or ottierwlae promptlyattended
to. and satifdctlon gnarantin , d
07 - Office in Post Office, Susquehanna Depot, Penn.
J. .D. .13ARITA I P, Agent.
March 1, 1868.—tf
A NEW PROGRAMME
On and after the first day of April next, all Goods sold
by us at retail, will be for
READY PAY ONLY.
Oar Stock of
Flour, Meal, Feed, Salt, Lime, Cement,
Groceries, Prorisions, Wooden and .
Stone Ware, Notirms,
All having Recounts on our books Wni don favor by
settling the came by Conk or Note without farther no
• M. GARRATT & SON
New Milfoid, March ip,lB6B.—fan
W all Paper.
Am Immense Stock of •
New and elegant styles, for
_Parlors, Halls, etc. whole
sale and retail.
HOWELL .t BOURKE's,
corner of Fourth and Market Streets, Philadelphia.
MICE undersignd have this day formed a co-partner
-1 ship, under the arm name of Stamp Moran, for
the purpose of carrying on Blacksznithing in all its
fEI - Btrict attention will be given to Horse-shoeing.
All work will be done neatly and promptly. The pub
tic are invited
- E. P. STAMP.
Montrose, March 4th. 1867. tf P. T. MORAN.
TWELVE YEARS REPUTATION
has proved Dr. EDWARDS' Tar, Wild Cherriand
Cough Synip I Tho most: successful
Otl3llll medicine in use ?or Colds, Coughs,
itoonseneep, Asttund. Influenza,Bron
chitin, Whooping Cough. etc. Bold
MTN P.c b ts g . ili p p er ru btitlg '• '.',7.2A.150211.15
TBE understen4 LICENSED AGENT of the GOV.
sawn= ha ythg obtained the necessary forme,
'l.e.:will eye prompt atebtlon to 411 claims forested
to his cares • No charge mien traecessfal.
GEO: Ir. zwirria.
Yastrow', Ann I!#L
ERIE RAILWAY.-.. On anclafter Mon-
JL:4 day, May 11th 1869, trains wlll leave Great
Bend at about the fol l ow ing boom, vlz.:
• ; • GOING Sir
2.23 Night Express, 'Mondays excepted, for Ro
cheater, Buffalo, Salamanca and Dunkirk, making di
rect connection with trains of the Atlantic and Great
Western. Lake - More and Grand Trunk Railways, for
all points West; also at Binghamton for Syracuse ;
nt Owego for Ithaca, and at Elmira for Canandaigua.
2.57 a m. Night Express, daily, for Rochester. Buffalo,
Salamanca, Dunkfik and the West, connecting as
above. Stops nt Great Bend on Mondays only.
6•23 a. m. Mail Train. Sundays excepted, for thaffslo
and Dunkirk, connecting at Elmira for Canandaigua.
3.2:3 p. m. Day - Express, Sundays excepted. for Ito
cheater. Buffalo. Salamanca, Dunkirk, and the West.
Connects at Binghamton for Syracuse: at Owego fur
Ithaca ; at Elmira for Canandaigua; at Salamanca
with the Atlantic and• Great Western Railway, and at
Buffalo with the Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Rail-
ways, for all points West and Smith.
7. 59 p. m. Express Mail. Sundays excepted, for Buffa
lo, Salamanca, and Dunkirk, connecting with trains
for the West,
12 30 p. in. Way Freight. Sundays excepted. .
11.37 a. in. Emigrant Train, Daily, for the West.
4.11 a. m. Night Express, Daily, connecting at aray
court for Warwick ; and at New York with afternoon
trains and steamers for Boston and New England
'TM a. in. Cincinnati Express. Mondays excepted,
a' Lackawaxen for Hawley, and at Grayconrt for New
burg and Warwick.
1.03 p. m. Day Express, Sanders excepted. connect
at Lackawaxen fur Bewley, and at Jersey ('ity with
midnight express train of New Jersey Railroad for
Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
B6Rp. m. Accomniodation Train Daily.
9 . 32 p. in. New York and Baltimore Mail, Su Idays ex
11.13 p. m. Lightning Express, daily, connecting at
Jersey City with morning express train of New Jer
sey Railroad for Baltimore and Washington.
10.25 a. in. Way Freight, Sundays excepted.
WM. R. BARR. E. RIDDLE,
Jnne 2. Gen'l Passenger Agent. Gen'l Sap% .
OITA. New and complete "Pocket Time Table" or
Passenger Trains on the Erie Railway and connecting
Lines has recently been pnbliehtd. and can he procured
on application to the Ticket Agent at the Company's
fIELAWARE, LACKAWANNA and
WESTERN RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement,
May 4, 1868.
WESTWARD. I EASTWARD.
Mall Paanngr Mall Paanger
train. train. I STATIONS. I train. train.
A. M. A. M. P. PI P. M
iB.OO Now York'.... ... : . 2,45
10.30 New Hampton 12,85
e11 • t , l," Manunka Chunk.... 11,40
11 &5 1 Delaware.... Dine... 11,35
, 3,5C1 I 11,15 Srtanton 810
tj 4,28 12,53 Nleholton 0.55
..4 .. 4,48 1.17 Henbottom... ...... . 6,33
8 - 5,10 1,501 Montnwe 6.15
5,31 2,15 1 New Milford 5.G4
i,' 5.50 2,35 Great Bend .... ... . 5,35
a P.M. P. M -*Foot of Liberty-et. A. M
Al namdon with Central R. R. or New Jersey.
MAIN arrive from New York at 4:11, 10:3E1a. m., and
X4O,&FA and 7:15 p. m.; 11-om Easton 6:55 a. in.. 8;54
and 7:37 p. m.
At;: Washington with Morris and Essex Railroad
Tiaina from New York arrive at 1e:33 a. in. and 12:44 p.
A t itantinka Chunk with Belvidere Dalaware R.R.—
Trains arrive at 11:50 n.m. 13. m. from Philadelphia.
and leave for Philadelphia at 12 m., and 8:20 p m. The
laet train stops at Belvidere until 6.20 a. m. vest day.
At Scranton with Lackawanna and Bloomsburg It. R.
Trains arrive at Ba. m. from Wilkeaharre ; 11:104. m.
from Northumberland; 2:65 p. m. from Wilkeabarre,
and 9:47 p m. from Northumberland.
Trelna depart at 5:40 a. m. for Northomb-rland • 8;30
a. in. for Wilkesbarre • 4:40 p. m. for Northumberland,
and 6:35 p. m. for Wilkesbarre.
At Scranton with Del. & Eind. Canal Co's R.R. Trains
from Carbondela arrive at 715 a. m., 2:15 p. m. Depart
for Carbondale at 9 a. m., 4:SO p m.
At Great Bend with Erie Railway Trains from the
west arrive at 8:43 and 7:24 a. in. ; at 2 and 9:27 p. m.—
From the east at 252 , 5:17, and 11:31 a. m. ; &53 and 7:51
R. A. HENRY,
General Pass. and Ticket Agent
Lackawanna &Bloomsburg R R.
lAN and after November 27, 1863, passenger trains
will run as follows:
80 UTIIWA RD
L. X. •. X. P. X.
Leave Scranton, 5:50 10:50 4:50
" Kingston, 8:55 11:15 Ce.`l
" Rupert. 9:15 8:53
•. Danville, 9:50 9:30
Arrive at Northumberian4l, 10:30 10:15
Leave Northataberirnd, S:00
.` Rupert. 0:15 ♦. IT
. • • .
Kingston, 2:35 6:30 5:55
Arrive at Scranton, 3:45 9:35 s:ln
Passengers taking train sonth from Scranton at 5:50
a. in. Via Northomheriand. reach Harrisburg at 12:30 p.
in.; Baltimore 5:30 p. m.; Washington 10;00 p. tn.; via
anpert reacb•Phtindelphia at 7:00 p. in.
Kingston, Nov. M. 11. A. FONDA, Supt.
TIIE LAST CROWNING SUCCESS
MRS. S. A. ALLEN'S
NEW STYLE IN ONE BOTTLE
Will quickly restore Gray Hair to its natural color
and beauty, and produce luxuriant growth. It is pre.
fectly harmless, and is prefered over every ether prel
potation by those who have a fins head of hair, as wet
as those who wish to restore it. The beautiful gloss
and perfume Imparted to the Hair makes it disirable
for old and young.
For Sale by all Druggists.
DEPOT, 198 GREENWICH ST.. N. Y.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR.
Feb. 18, 1868-1 y
THE greatest cure for rheumatism, lameness, sore
mess, duc.,lB the Great English Sweeny specific Lin
iment. Read on u rappers what it has dune in Susq'a
county. It has cured the lame and afflicted Immediate
ly. Don't fail to try Price, 50 cts per bottle: Bold
by A b e) Torten. Berns &Niehols. and all storekeept re
or druggists. lilt does not give satisfaction, return
the bottle half full and your money will be refunded.
D. 0. GARET & CO.,
- Peb.l, UM. - lUddletown, N. Y.
Don't jetlour Hornig° lime. sore or effieeted ; go to
the store and boyfearere Great English Sweeney Liai
ses:3,M It never fa" were satliftal an.
D. Q. CAREY a Co
1 / 4 .1,1988. liida•Sowa, 'R. Y.
Bro. 4 dway, cor, o'f 'Grind-Street,
Broadway, eor. -Warren Street,
Comprising all Branohesfif the Business
as represented tn the
CUSTOM AND READY MADE
• DEPABTUENTB OB
Men's Boys'S Children's
Of the r, Celebrated
AMERICAN; YOKE PATTERN,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Gonda
Of 'every Description
OUR SPECIALTIES FOR SPRING
IN NEW GOODS ARE :
Cassiniere Snits, entire, $lB 00
Spring' Overcoats, $12.00
Fine. Dress Frock Coats, $lB,OO
M'ch 24-3 m DEVLIN .1: CO.
MINER & COATS,
Main Street, 6 doors below Boyd's Corner, Montrose
FLOUR, GROCERIES, AND
3. 10 I
We are constantly receiving and now have on hand
a fresh stock of Goods in oar line, which we will sell
CHEAP! CHEAP: CHEAP!
for cash, or exchange for produce
PORK, FISH, LARD,
HAMS, DRIED FRUITS,
CLOVER & TIMOTHY SEED, &e
TiOave refitted and made additions to oar Stock of
Pails. and are now ready tu forward Butter to the be, t
commission houses in New York t free of charge, and
make liberal advancemen ts on consignments.
Call and examine oar Stock before purchasing else
where, andconvluce yourselves of the
GOOD QUALITY & CHEAP PRICES
C. 0. MINER, -
Montrose, April 16, 1867
Baldwin, Allen. & McCain.
Flour, Feed, Sall, Pork, Butter, Cheese,
Dried Beef, Hams, Fish, Smoked Hal
ibut, Candles, Tea, Coffee, Spices,
Syrup, Molasses, Sugar,
Clover d• Timothy Seed, Flax-seed, Beans,
Broome, Nails, de. &e
Thankful for past patronage, we shad be happy to see
and wet tnpon our old and new customers.
All Goods and Flour warranted.
A. BALDWIN. W. L. ALLEN. d. H. McCAIN.
Montrose, Feb. 5, 1867.
CO William W. Smith. The extensive Furniture
1.) , Establishment of William W. Smith, having been
refitted and greatly Improved, the proprietor respect
fully announces to the citizens of Montrose and vicini
ty, that ho is constantly making and keeps on hand the
largest and best nassortment of
M 1 11173 1 ,46 CV I r iE v g:Tri.M
to be found anywher this side of New York City.
Desks, Divans, Towelracks, Lounges, Footstools &c.
Center Lard, Pier. Toilet, Dining. Kitchen and
CHAIRS —Cane and Wuodseat Rockers, Cane, Flag
and Woodscats of every variety and style.
Sofmtand Tete-a-tetes, furnished on ehort notice.—
Cane seat chairs reseated.
A large assortment—cheapest and best In the market
Cane Seat Chairs.
I am now enabled to supply my customers with a new
substantial cane seat chair, of home manufacture, which
will be found greatly superior to those formerly in
market, and yet are sold at a less price.
CANE-SEAT CHAIRS RE-SEATED.
PH' Ready made coffins on band or furnished at
short notice. Hearse alweys in readiness if desired.
I employ none but ward and experienced workmen,
I Intend to do my work well, and sell It as low as can
WILLIAM W. SMITH.
TN Montrose. between the Store of I. N. Ballard and
wooden end°, Brick Block. at that li assortmentrse
Boot and Shoe Store. a new and elegant of
13•04pote coo OBI:Loess;
For fell. and winter, Consisting of
Men's thick and fine• Boots, .Boy's Boots,
and a goodemortntent of Shoes, con;
silting of Ladies' Kid, Goat, -
and Lasting Bo:morals,
Misses', Children's and Baby's Shoes, *C. t Also. work
madeto - order, and Mapsising tliiquo ink , short POtice•
Oat. I 18m0.41 C. O. PORDILIite.
of our Goode
W. R. COATS
STROUD & BROWN'S
• • •
Life• Accidetitit Live Stock
GENERAL INSURANCE. AGENCY,
Home inanrancet..i. of N. Y., Capital and
Surplus '• $ 4,000,0t0'
Insurance Co. of North America, Phil's.
Capital and Surplus, 11,003,000
International Fire Insurance Co. ofN. Y..
Capital and Surplus, 1,509,000
Lyeomlng County Iltitual Insurance 'Co.or
• Money. Penn's, Capital andSarpins, 4,000,000
Farmer's Mutual insurance Co. York, Ps.,
Capital and Surplus, 700,000
Enterprise Insurance Company. Clucirw
natl. 0., Capital and Burping. 1,000,000
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. of
Hartford, Conn.. paying 60 per cent.
dividends to the assured. The notes
given for half the premium is never to
be paldrinder snycircumstances. be
policy will always be paid in fall, and
thenetes given up. 'Capital, 17,000,600
American LIM Insurance C 0.,. Philadel
phia, Capital. 1,000,000
Travelers'lnsurance Co. Hartford, Corm.,
Insuring against all kinds of accidents
Hartford Piro Insurance Company, Hart
ford Conn., Capital and Surplus, $2,000,000
Putnam Fire Insurance Co., Hartford, Ct.,
Cant tal, $700.003
Olen's Falls insurance Co. Olens Falls,
N. Y. capital and Surplus, 400,000
Hartford Live Stock Insurance Company.
Insurance on all kinds of Live Stock,
acalnet theft and death from any
cause. Capital, $17,000,000
rEFAII business entrusted to our care will be attend
ed to on fair terms, and all losses promptly adjusted.
4W - office first door east from Ranking Office of W.
U. Cooper &Co., Turnpike et. Montrose, Pa.
. STROUD ft BROWN, Agents.
Surroa, zap., Friendsville, Solicitor.
CIIAS. H. SMITE!, I.IOIIITOSC, do
BILLINGS STROM!, CrIMILIIS L. Br um/.
Montrose, Feb. 23. 1868.
BURNS & NICHOLS,
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
Keep regularly euppfled with unadulterated
Drugs and Medicines, Chemicals, Dye
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 Idedicfstea sold in
this section, among which may be fotiud
Ayre's and Jayne's Family Medicines, Hem
bold's Bachu, Schenck's Pulmonic Sy
rup and Sea weed Tonic, Duponco's
and Cheeseman's Female Pills,
Hall's Cough Balsam,
Wisharts Pine Tree
Hall's Hair Renewer, Ring's Ambrosia,
Kennedy's Medical Discovery, Hoof
land's German Bitters, Hostetter's
• Stomach. Bitters,
And many other kinds of real value and merit. In fact
our Stock embraces a fine assortment of everything lis
t:Wily kept In WELL mart-Arm) Drag Stores.
107 - Prescriptions receive particular attention, and
arc CAREFULLY and promptly compounded.
•.• store formerly occupied by J. Etheridge.
Montrose, Pa., Sept. 17, 1867, AMOS NIVEIOLS.
HUNT BROTHERS ,
OIILB.N7r , Zia.,
Whoicmde Retail Dealers in
' 3R- C> -
MINE RAIL, COUNTERSUNK & T RAIL SPIKES
RAILROAD & AIMING SUPPLIES.
CARRIAGE SPRINGS. AXLES, SKEINS AND
BOXES. BOLTS. NUTS and WASHERS,
PLATED BANDS. MALLEABLK
IRONS, HUBS. SPOKES,
FELLOES. SEAT SPINDLES. BOWS, (Pt.
ANVILS. VICES, STOCKS and DIES, BELLOWS
HAMMERS, SLEDGES. FILES, Ac. Ac.
CIRCULAR AND. MILL SAWS, BELTING. PACETNG
TACKLE BLOCKS, PLASTER PARIS
CEMENT. HAIR A RTNDSTONF:Fi.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS. LEATHER A FINDEWS
FA BANK'S SCALES.
Scranton, March 1843. ly
sDi a MI ci (111
i o n (
s G t f r o e ds an tls fo m r ala e d b irce from Wholesale
Min Mt 'cirri:Vt.
Comprising a large assortment of NEW
Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Hardware,
Stoves, Iron, Medicines, Paint; 0118,
Boot., & Shoes, Wall Paper, Win
dow Shade; Hots and Caps,
Bufalo Robes, Ladies'
and Gent.? Furs,
Balmoral and Hoop Skirts, etc. dc.,
and combined. forming the moat complete opportunity
for selecting in every department of Ms trade, and will
be sold at
The Lowpst Market Prices.
New Milford, Dec. 17, 1867.
E. L. WEEKS es CO.
Have secured the services of a &et class
W il 'rla,e3ticieL/ 40'azIttert
and will re-open the Custom Department of their ea
tablishment on Tuesday Oct. 22, where they will be
frepared to make up to order, in the la'est and most
ashionable styles, all kinds of Men's and Boy's Cloth
Particular attention given to
k Wonted, two experienced Ointitiiiid , 'Veat ffia
Montrose, Oct. 22, 1847.-41 • • • • •
B. .1., W0:041.461 'az_ SONS,
No. 18 North pistil Philadolgaii,
• • orals. AN ear rows.? 1410CMJES
gartilt,pds Repaired:l Store Stiedes.l Trimming..
Piet, StuKel qf klodib CArtiA, No ,
Alta.ure Tam* nelll.lllhc.
HEY.WOOD &; PRINK,
the old , wad of Z. Zotob., Montrose.
AtirEVY; - '
may syl Address, Brooklyski
M. C. SIT ..TON,
Auctioneer, and Insurance Agent,
ap7atf Friends,Ule. Pa.
C. S GILBERT,
17. S. - .41. - azaticoaxeer.
eep7 64ti Great. Bend s Pa.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Montrose, Pa: Calm la
weat end of Brick Block, over Wilson & Ogre's
store. Particular attention given to haeineae pertain
ing to the Orphan'e Court. Van. 1, 1863.
GORDON H. FRINK,
PHOTOGRAPHER. Gallery over B. FL Lyons'
Store, Public Avenue, Montrose, P. Jant4tt
RESPECTFULLY announces ,that he Is now pre•
ILL pared to cat all kinds of Garments in the most
fashionable Style, and warranted to dt with elegance
ad ease. Shop over the Post Otnee, Montrose, Pa.
DR. W. W. SMITH,
DENTIST. Rooms over Boyd it Corwires Mirth
wore Store. °Mee hours from 9a,m.t04 p. m.
Montrose, July 1, 1807.—tf
JAMES E. CARMALT,
A TTOMNEY AT LAW. Office next to FrankllnDo-
IL tel. [Montrose, Dec. 18, 1858.—tt.
WM. D. LUSK,
A TTORNEY, AT LAW, Montrose, Ps. Omen oppo.
.AA. site the Franklin Hotel, near the Court HMO,
Nov. 27, 1868.—tf
I)EALKR in Drugs, Patent Medicines, Chemicals,
Liquors. Paints, Otis, Dye'Stuffe. Varnishes Win
'^w Glass, Groceries, Glass Ware, Wall and Window
Paper, Stoneware, Lamps, Kerosene, Machinery_ Oita,
Trusses, Guns, Ammunition, Knives, ripectaclee,Mtush
es, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, Perfa wry. &c.—being one
of the most numerous, extensive, and valuable rate.
Mons of Goods in Susquehanna County. [Established
in 18.13.] [Montrose, Pa.
D. W. SEARLE,
LkTTORNEY AT LAW. office over the Stow of A
Lathrop, In the Brick Block, Montrose, Pa.
Max 1, 1866. •
Dn. W. L RICHARDSON,
PEITSICIAN & SURGEON, tenders his profession
al services to the cltisens of Montrose and vicini•
ty. Office at Ms residence, on the corner east of Sayre
& Bros. Foundry. Vane 18, 1087.-1 y•
E. L. WEEKS 4 - CO.
O IICCESSORS of I. N. HINE CO., Dealers In
Dry Goode, Clothing, Ladies andldieses tine Shoes.
Also, agents for the goad American Tea and Coffee
Company (April, 1,1867
H. L. IVEzEs• - • - •
DR. E. 1.. GARDNER,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Montrose, Pa. Gives
en:mein! Attention , to diseases of the Heart end
Lunge and all Surgical diseases. Office over the' Post
Office. Boards at Searle's Hotel. (Sept. 4. 1866.
BALDWIN, ALLEN, 41,- McCAIN,
DEALERS In Flour, Salt, Pork, Fish, Lard, Grain,
Feed, Candles. Clover and Timothy Seed.. Also,
Groceries, each as Suxiiis. Molasses, Syrups, Tea and
Coffee. West aide of Public Avenue.
Montrose, April .7,1866.
DOCT. E. L. HANDRICK,
DIEITSICIAN /r. SURGEON, respectfully tender, his
professional services to the citizen of Friends
ville and vicinity. Or - Office tnthe olliceof Dr. Lett.
Boards at J. Bosford's. 6311
pASIIIONARLE TAILOR, Montrose, Pa. Shop over
1. Chandler's Store.
AP orders filled promptly. in first-rate style. Cut
ting done on abort notice, and warranted to Ht.
WM. W. SMITH, •
CABINET AND CHAIR MANUFACTURRR&,—Poot
of Main street, Montrose, Pa. - • if
TIMER 1 n Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Crockery,
Hardware, Iron, Stoves, Drugs, Oils. and Pane,
Boatsand Shoes, Hats and Caps. Furs, Buffalo Robes,
Grocerles,Provisiotts, c 3e., New Milford, Pa.
A. 0. WARREN,
ATTORNEY A i LAW. Bounty, Back Pay, Pension,
and Baum ): on Claims attended to. feta
rer - Office oor below Boyd's Stare, Montrose,Pa
BURNS & NICHOLS, •
TNEA, ARS in Drugs, 'Medicines, Chemicals; Dye-
I, • t .:ffs, Paints, Otis, Varnish, Liquors, Spices. Fan
cy c tea. Patent Medicines, Perfnmery and Toilet Ar•
de l ". Pr - Prescriptions carefully compounded. •
l'none Avenue. abtoSo Searle's lioteLlfootrose.‘
A. B. Burma, - - - Amos fitcnota.
eept. 11; 18fi6'.
DR. E. P. HINES,
IaAS permanently located at Friendsville for !helm..
CA. pose of practicing medicine and surgery in 1111 It 3
branches. He may be found at the Jackson House.
Office hoar, from 8 a. in., to 9 p. M. Janlgtf
Friendeville, Pa., Jan. 15th, 1866.
STROUD fa BROWN,
IMRE AND LIFE L'I373ANCE ACI:NTS. All
L business attended to promptly, on fair terms. Of
fice firstAloor north of" Montrose Hotel," west aide of
Public Avenue, Montrose, Pa. [Jan. 1,186 e.
BaLnios STUMM, • - Cassius L. Datum.
C. 0. FORDRAM,
BOOT & SHOE Dealer and Manufacturer . M ontrose,
Pa. Shop on Main street, one door abovel.N.Tha
lard's. All kinds of work ...ado to order, and repairing'
done neatly. janl 135
Three Cheers for Gen, Grant,
HIP, HIP, HURRAH/
T" Hayti Barber, has removed his shop to , the
naseinent of B. L. Weeks' New Store, whore he It
prepared to give good satisfaction. When Ito to OX ,
plain thls subject language [ails to express it.
The Montrose Demoomt •
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SURIMILIMIA covirrir, PA., ST
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AT $2 ran ARNIM IN ADIrA/liil $2) A? =DO, =IAN.
Bneineseadvertisements inserted at $1 per aquae of
10 lines, three times, and Sticta for each additional week.
Yearly advertisers, with usual changes, charged $lO
for four wares, quarter column slk half column. 00,
one column $6O, andrither amounts inexact proportloll.
Business cards of three lines, SS; or one dollar I line.
or Legal notices at the customary ratese—about 60
per cent. In addition to btlaluess rates.
Job Printing ttionitett oeatly sad promptly at
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