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Rates of Advertising'.
Varemfunrillo inch of glace, or loan, make a square.
One ignore. 3 week. or less. $1.00; 1 mo. $1.23; 6 mo.
$2.30 ; Gino. $4.60; 1 year. ess
One-eied.b cot., I ma. $2.03; 3 mo. 13.3 0 ; 6 100- $ l3 - 3 : 4
One-quarter col.. 1 mo. gn.zo; 8 mo. $L2.00; G ma. $3O;
1 year. $33.
'flair column. 1 mo. $1400; 3 mo. $23.00: 6 mo.
1 year, $33.00.
One column, 1 mo. $35.00: 3 mo. V 36.021 ; 6 mo. $6OlOO :
I year. $lllO.OO.
Auditor's Notices. ga 30 ; Executors' and Adminhrtra
tors' Notices. $3.00. All communtertlons of limited or
indialanal intereot, 10 eta. per line. 01.dmary• Notice*. 10
eta. per line. 31arriage and Death Soder" Inc.
Job Prlndus executed neatly and Promptly at
Decd., MOYIgIVCI., Josticeto. Constables
!School and otherblanir for sale.
President Judge-110n. F. B. Streeter.
A.Sliczn Judge,. —A Baldwin. It. T. Aphley
Prothonotary dud Clerk orCouris —W. F. B.rardl.
Recorder. Ac —Jen,mc
Dirtrict Atturn..y—l). V. Searle.
hberle—WW. T. Moxlev.
Bur, eyor—James W. eltapmln.
Commissioners—Saro'l Sh. rer, J. T. Rills, Preserved
Commisiiioners' Clerk—Wm. A. Crosamon.
Jary Commt,sioners—F. B. Streeter. ex officio, Daniel
Breimor, Wm. A. Crotomon
Auditor.—F. 11. Ct Itl d icr. Tracy Ilayoeo, ELM.Jones.
lbrouer—Dr. C. C. Balemy.
MONTROSE S BRIDGEWATER ASYLUM.
Thurt - rne.s.- 2t Perrin Well., John Trumbull, W.L.:ox
Treaserer —l3 0. Vamp
Physician—Dr. T. D. Vail.
Bonot - Gll OFFICEIZB
Burgess—C. M. G, re. Council—D. F. Anotio. W
Co:.L Daniel Sayre. U. F. Tor reII. Amos Nschol. C
B. Foster, 1). 1).• Se-vie...l_ D. Bilticrileicl. J. U. Vail.
Trea.tirer—J D: Vail. Cougtablc—John C. Howell.
filch ; o n,ta tole —Chz;rlca J. Whipple
School Directorp—Wm li..fee>•up..l. R. DeWitt. W
W. Wzatcuu, B. Thatcher. D. F. Aut.Du, M. B. lictum
ne.hyterlnn—lttv, J. Q. NIIIcr
Epiwoupal—Rev. E. A. Wnrrl3.er.
Methodist—Rev. King Elw.ll.
CAthnlie—Ray. J. ..51.atery.
Warren Chapter, No 1 , 1), meets at Masonic Hall on
Thureday of earli month on or before WI moon.
Warren Lod de, No. NO A Y. M., rootlet at Mo.onic
Holt the firm Worlttutolny of yarn month on or bctore
MD moon, and the brcono M vdt.vrdny thcrettftt r.
Alontrof-e Lodge, No. 15/, I. I) (.10. F., tuctls nl Odd
Fel'owl, 0/01 vv. r 3 Tor,./1-
St. John', Euro town. at. No :A. toto•t• at Oad Fcl
lot, a Hal: the 211 a n d uh t. it'o% vath m..12-IL.
It. beer. De. NY: i erigl . No. 7,
lIeII the tiry.l. Friday .11 . to h
Lod,.:, I 0 of G. T. zro-ets nt Good Tool,
Inn , Gall vvcry Alonarty
Good Santeriza Tomph• of Honor. No. 1G meets at
Good Templar3' /Is. 11,-3d Friday of each mouth.
rirWe would again tall the attention of our
readers to the very generous offer w_hich we
make them, in giving thetn the American Stock
Journal free for one year, in connection with the
Democrat, by complying with the terms, which
are subscribing- (or renewing) at once, and pay
ing one year in advance. Quite a large number
have done so already, and the time is limited.—
Do not delay, fur you are only asked to do what
is for your interest—to pay in advance for the
Democrat, and receive one of the best-Agricnltu
.ral Journals that is now publish.al for one year,
front January, 181'0. Let not that oil "thief'
procrastination pilfer from you this golden op
Another Large Pig
Mr. Jalll CS 0. Wellman, f Neu .Miiford, kill.
rd a pig a short tune binee, 7 , 2 mouths old,
which weighed ,131:13 ILa. Susquehanna cuunty
, cans to lie noted for large pigs, but happily for
us they all seem to die; or we should be overrun
next year W " big hog,-
A V oleo from Bradford.
Mr. John Gilian, of Leraysville, Bradford co.,
gives us the following interesting facts as to what
he is doing in agricultural productions: ••
Ile raised from three acre* ninety bushels of
dean spring wheat, and from I acres he dug
349 bushels of potatoes, one of which weighed
2 1 4 11)s.
Free Temperance Lecture.
Dr. N. J. Cop well, of Bradford county, will
Lecture on Temperance at Good Templam'
Hall in . .luntrase, on Wednesday evening Feb. 2
at 7 o'clock. The public are invited.
)Montane, Tan. 2Gth , 1870.
Harford Agricaltural Society.
The 13th annual meeting of the Ilarford Ag
ricultural Society will be held in 'Safford Vil
lage on Monday evening, Feb. 7, 1870, at which
time Officera will be elected for the ensuing
pair. &c All are invited. By order of Execu
A. 3. TIFFANY, Seer•.
The friends of Rev. R. J. Keno= will (D.
make him a donation at Phinney's Hall, New
Milford. on Thursday the 27th inet., afternoon
and evening. All are invited. By order of Corn.
A.- • -
Bidding at Auction's.
Judge Butler recently rendered a decision in
Chester county, which is of interest to those who
eonduct and attend auction sales. The case on
trial was as follows:
A suit was brought to recover $1.015 on a
note given as the purchase money of real estate.
A gentleman who had purchased property at a
public sale, and given lily note for the purchase
money, learned afterward that there were other
bidders or ;' puffers," and he refused to take the
property. The Judge decided that if a party
procure men to bid up property, and the person
who buys is deceived thereby, he cannot be held
to big bid, as it vitiates the sale and wakes it
A day's length is non• something more than
nine hours. After Christmas the " clerk of the
weather" shifted the machinery so as to length
en the days at the rate of about 75 seconds nu-
til the 21st of June, when the day is the longest
of the year. The sun from now on, using the
mmon phrase, returns northward to drive
k the winter. Rut the hater has acquired
twit n momentum that foil a while the contest
ill be "Unequal. Stormy blesti,:r, however, Will
. ot long lino:ail against the stently - presamle or
he refluent.sunnuer. The warm wares ttiliflotc
back nud melt the Snow and ice front the-fields
and streets, put the Lrea'out in OUT grates, and
make the flowers bloom again. Patience,- ye
yearnem for the spring days; the robins and
blue birds will be around directly.
Noebserration an be truer than the remark
of a mtempontry that local papers always ren
der a full equivalent for their cost, and are deserv
ing of the support of the Citizens of the counlyi
There are in every vicinity, litany thingu of
terest which the ~coutaq. Papers-make known,
and which could reach the public in no other
way. -The reports7af the filinieciniks :of thti
ourts, of public meetings, of local societies, etc.,
are all of general intenst, swim worth' more
than the paper Costa it Is taken as an index,
by strangers, of the place where the paper is
published.. One wishing to go to a new place,
naturally looks toe local paper to give him in
formation edncerning the resources and devel
opments of the vicinity, and. its appearance and
contents exercise no small Influence In d e cidi ng
as to the desirableness of the location. The in
fluence of a well conducted paper in attracting
attention and emigration to a town and county,
and consequently increasing the value of prop
erty is very great, and is a.sullicient reason why
It should receive . support atom , all enterprising
and intelligent citizens.
A New England Ootirt has awarded
$l,OOO damages to a ulan who slipped on
the ice in front of a private residence.—
The Court held that a; person who allow
ed ice to lay on his siLiewalks, and there
by caused injury to Pedestrians, was as
much fable as one wh leaves a trap dour
or other dangerous pi cc open for travel
ers to fall through. Pe haps a suit or two
fur damages against ersOns who allow
snow and ice to rem in on their side
walks, would cause el. tier walks in our
Bleeding at the
Put ir like,. of pap in your mouth,
chew it rapidly. and it jwill stop your nose
from bleeding. This ri.medy has been of
ten tried, it is stated, and always with suc
cess. Physiciaps say that placing a small
roll of paper oil muslin above the front
teeth, udder the upper lip, and pressing
hard on 'the• same, will arrest bleeding
from the nose, checking the passage of
blood through the arteries leading to the
. A Runaway.
On :Monday morning last a fine pair of
bays, belonging to Mr. Charles Moore, of
East 'Bridgewater, tool• fright while stand
big unhitched at the steam mill, run
down Cherry street at a fearful rate, leav
ing the wagon by the way. After -
ruing for some time through the streets,
they were ftrially stopped in the Avenue
opposite Searle's hotel, somewhat blown I
with their 2:40 effort, but otherwise unin
SEcoNn wEEK.—Cum. vs. John How
ard ; den bcntenef d to penitentiary fur I
viar and 3 months.
Coln. vs. .John )1 (am - in and Michael
Farr 11, minors ; r, nt to house of refuge.
A. Spencer vs. D. 1). Searle : verdict for
Court grant charter of incorporation of
the Odd Fellows' Mutual Life Insurance
('o. .f rw,:e.
1. K. Brink is. R. S. Searle ; judgment
tin• pflf, amount to be tixed by pruthon
Timothy Brown vs. Elijah Brown; set
WEArll Or I , IIOTII'Y SII.IIIELL.
Court direct the following to be entered
of record :
ill'rea.s.•, We have just received infor
mation of the death of W. F. Simrell,Esq.,
Prothonotary ;'it is hereby
flesuirrti, That we desire in this man
ner to express our deep sympathy with the
faimir of Fah! W. F. Simrell, whose so
journ ails ss., brief among us, in this their
great bereavement : and we unite in a re
quest that the Court direct that this ex
preesion of our sympathy be entered on
the 31mu:e, and a copy be furnished to
the fourth• of the deeeated.
Muntr:se, Jan. 21, 1870.
[signed 6y up:Tubers of Lilo Bar.]
The annual meeting of the Susquehan
na County Agricultural Society was held
at the Court !louse in Montrose. on Tues.
dap evening. Jan. 11th. 11 m. 11. Jessup,
President of the Society, in the chair.
Minutes of lint meeting read and found
The executive committee read their an
nual proceedings and account, which
C. M. acre; Tretuturer of the Society,
presented his account fur 1869, showing a
balance in his h-►udB of $5-13 17.
The President of the Society presented
the following communication :
3fo,Frnosr., Jan. 11,1870.
Toth(' President and ikmbera of the Sue
quehanna Go. Agricultural Society:
Gentlemen : I would most respectfiilly
tender my resignation as one of the meth
hers of the Executive committee of said
Society, and urgently ask the same may
be accepted. I have the good of said So
ciety at heart, and wish its prosperity and
success. Respect fully yours,
The Society did not grant thenbore re
qncst, and desired him to continue his
standing with the committee.
The Siiciety elected .the following
named persons as its otlicers for the scar
Preeident—Wm. H. Jessup, Esq.
Vice Pres.dents—lL M. Jones and Jas.
Car. Seeretury—Geo. A. Jessup.
Weal-ding Secretary—ll. C. Jessup.
Treasurer—C. M. Gere.
Executive Coro—lL H. Harrington./
The following resolution %vas adopted
Resolved, That aftet the first day'orthe
Fair. 25 cents shall be charged fir each
admittance of all double teams upon the
Fair Grounds, and 15 cents can') for sin
It was also voted that the preminm for
best stallion he stricken off, awl 'that the
ex. committee offer Ist 2d and 3d.premi
urns for heavy draught stallions, and Ist
2d and 3d premiluns for quick
Voted that the e:c. coin. offer 'is premi
ums the American Agriculturist, llOrli
eu !tom! Journal. Scientific America:l4k.,
as their judguiant may direct.
Adjourned to first Tuesday cyeming'br
M. 31. 31orr, Sedy.
Legal 'Weight or Grain.;
In =surer to an Inquiry of one of our subscri
bers respecting the legal weight of Grain,we Aye
the followlirg legislative enortniento
Potatoes—by act of March 21, 1865, 50 lha
Wheat—act of March 10, 1818, 60
Rye and Corn—act of April 18, 1845, 58 "
Barley—act of March 19,1818, 47 "
Buckwheat—act of March 10, 1818, 48 s'
Oats—act of April 13. 1859, go
Clover Seed--aa ofMarejs22 I§6o, 60 "
Timothy Heed, by custom, 44 4 .
The above li all the statute btv upon the sub.
Acct in this State. By being so, near the lino of
New York, and that beta; the principal market,
custom has allopted some of their rules which Is
For Outs, - 82 lbs.
Corn . .. ......... .. 58 "
-Buckwheat.... ....... . ... ...
. —5O . 4 -
If however ,t man purchases or sells - a
number of bsheb of .gmln, and nothing is-saki
about weight, there 13.'10t/if:min isa 4 thatisal
obligeliat to, sell or buy by tyeight, atiti9*,
measure, will . fulfill them's:id. . ,
Tho Philadelphia Post seems resolved.
to place Cleary in his true light before the
people of Pennsylvania. It says :
the Governor, we are told, wants every
man punished, no matter what his posi
tion, who tampers with the purity of elec
tions. This is after he is elected for three
years. But how ,about Geary. • himself ?
bid he not limper with the purity of
elections last fall when he made his secret
bargain with the rooster politicians of this
city, and shamelessly broke his word to
his friends and enemies alike ? The
thing , : he did to secure his nomination
and election, are but partly known, but
enourh is known to show that he owes
the Governorship to a combination which
dispeces the State.
Why didn't the Past tell the truth
while the campaign was going on ? What
is the use of blowit , after the mischief
has been done ? Let the people learn
from this how little reliance is 'to be
placed on what radical papers say just be
fore an election. The Post did all that
lay in its power to elect. the very man it
now condemns so bitterly end so justly,
and it did so with r upknowledge of his
canu,inatVii . Witif'tha'i a Tata idiom it now
denounces so bitterly.
Our Fanner friends wishing to
see a COpy of the AMERICAN STOCK JOUR
NAL before subscribing, will receine a spe
cimen copy free by sending a stamp with
their address to the Publishers, N. P. Buy
er & Co., Parkersburg, Pa.
The American Stock Journal stands at
the head of publications relating to stock
keepinr , ° in this country.—The Courier,
&km Rouge, La.,
Contains regular departments for the
Practical Farmer, Dairyman. Stock Bree
der, Wool Grower, Poultry Keeper, &c.-
-American Sentinel. Bath, Me.
It is a large work, and ranks among the
highest Agricultural papers in the Un
n.--Ifiand Co. Sentinel, Peru lad.
A monthly magazine devoted to the
interest of every branch -of Liming—the
garden, the dairy, the poultry yard, stock
raising, wool growing, &c.
From a careful perusal of its pages for
the past year, we nnhesitctingly pro
nounce it a really valuable publication.—
Princeton, ( int.) Reptellie.
Its popularity among Farmers & Stock
men, is such that we wish to club it with
our paper- Telegraph, Axhlobula, Ohio.
The American Stock Journal is a great
favorite wherever it is known.—Prairie
Chief, Toulon, Ills.
A'tirst claFs Agricultural Journal.—
Reading Time! Pa.
A vulooNe monthly for Farmers.—
Wendota (///x.) linllf
—Life Insurance is for all class. The
rich favor it becans it is a good invest
ment,—sure and profitable. The middle
classes like it beamse it is the best way
of " laying up money," and securing the
surplus of sheir income. The poor are
appreciating it because it enables them
out of small earnings to provide comfort
for old age and some provision for their
otherwise destitute families.
—The renowned Musician, Coaschalk
died on the 18th inst.
—Gold closed o❑ Saturday at 1201
WASLTRURNE—POTTER—In NCR' 'Milford, on
the 19th inst., by Wm. C. Ward, Esq., Mr.
Clarenee D. Vt"ttabburn. of Federalsburg, Md.,
and MiNs Ethlincla J. Potter, of Gibaon, Pa.
BArTre—B-uutest—ln Great Bend, at the house
of Geo. F. Thompson, by Rey. J. A. Jerome,
Hr. James N. 'lays and Miss Ellen H. Barn
SIMIIELL-111 Montrose, on the 20th inst. Wil
liam F. Simmll, prothonotary and clerk of the
courts of Susquehanna county, aged 88 years
Gene—ln Brooklyn,Jan. 12th, Mrs. Mary Gere:
wife of Edward L. Gere, aged 60 years.
ApaitsLln Brooklyn, Jan. 2..1d, Mrs. Caroline
Adams, and daughter of Capt. Elisha Baker,
aged 5.5 years.
NEW YORK PRODECE ElAnsurro .
Cbrrected weekly by William Hodadon, 231
Fulton Bt., New York.
Week ending Jan. 21, 1870.
Butter. pail 424144
" firkiti 88000
Cheese, dairy, per 1b............ ...... 15417
" factory- " 17418
Eggs, per doz —4430
Flour, per barrel 4.5345.40
Corn meal, 100 lbs. 1.9042.00
Wheat, per bu5he1............ ..... 1.2241.45
Oam " 51461
.. •... . . .......... 9141.00
Hops, crop of 1869 - 18 Q -o .=
Beef, sides, per 1b8412
Potatoes, per WA ........ .......... 1.5642.60
Turkeys, per lb. 16418
Chickens " 14016
Getse " ..... ........... ...... 120415
Tallow " ........ .............. 104 - 11
RAMSDELUS NORWAY OATS
This Oats will produce three times as much
as any other Oats For sale at lowest market
price, by W3l. J. HEAVY,
Jan. 2t, 1870.-2m* St. Josephs, Pa.
ITALCBLE FARM FOR SALE
IN AUBERN TOWNSHIP
The subscriber offers for eale the valuable
Fann situated In ,üburn township, lately be
longing ta.l.R.3leCain. Said farm contains two
hundred and eight acres, one hundred and sixty
acres improved. There is on said farm a first
class two-story house and new barn ; two orch
ards ; a quantity of fruit trees. Said farm is on
ly four miles from. the Lehigh Valley Railroad,
well watered, good timber, and in every way a
first class farm. Persons in want of a good farm
will understand that a chance to purchase such
a property is seldom offered.
For terms and particulars, Inquire of
E. L. WEEKS,
. Assignee of J. IL AleGa' tn.
Also,. for sale, the HOUSE and LOT in Mont
rose now occupied b73. - IL McCain, with about
six acres of land belonging thereto.
E. L. WEEKS,
Assignee of J. li. McClain.
Montrose, Jon. 19, 1870.--tf
Of 175 acme, situated on the road from 611.
ver Lake to Mud Lake. 100 acres improved, end
most of the balance ki heavy timber, containing
several hundred cords of hemlock bark ; a gtxxl
Rouse with L and barn, about 40 bearing apple
trees, well watered, s good water power, con
genials:to eliniales,iehools, etc.
Inquire on the premises,.or address
A. J. kiIIEIJ)O.I4.
-Jan. 19, 1870.—lfitm Eit,l.losepb, Pa.
Bough on Gcltry.
APqr lON 1 AUCTION!
• The imbscriberwM sell at public ?amble on
um premises ,on Tuesday, Feb. Ist. 1870, corn
menchwt at 10 o'clock, a. tn., the fallowing pro•
2 t , ,aw s , 2 learlinga, glantity - of Hay, Corn,
Buckerheat,‘Coata, Rye, l a O Cart, 1 Plow and
other Farming Utensils, Household) Furniture,
Tables, Chairs and Crockery, a quanUty of Po
tatoes, and various other articles not mentioned.
TERMEL—AII' saxes of $lO and upwards,
months credit with approved security ; under
Dimock, Jan. fith, Igo.--43*
Books for Farmers St Stock Breeden,.
Hound Vohnswn of the AlifilUCAN STOCK JOCKS
AU Mr Itatfl e contatnim2 3 2 4 tango double cxdamn pasee.2o
t postag paid for -
sen ßound Volumes of the American Stock Journal for 23
contains:4lpag.. sent postage patd for Sid°
The Darryman's Manua. neat post p?id for 25 eta.
The Horseman's Manual ' • 25
The Horse Breeder's Manual " " 25
The Sheep Breeder's Manual " " S.
The Poultry Breeder'. Katona I' Z 1
The whole five Manna" sent post paid to one addreso
Agents wan - Od, to whom liberal todnerments it. be
N. P. BOYER & CO.. Publishers,
Janl9—Sm Plilltesbarg, Chester CO. Pt.
Biwa. of she 1 07a.toka..
.1. B. %HER-WOOD, WATCH MAKER,
PUBLIC AVENUE, MONTROSE, PA.,
nd door above Searle., Hotel.
I am prepared to do any piper of work pertalotog to the
trade. Cir Work Warranted. Pan. I,IBW.
PREMISS! °WESTER WHITE PIGS.
Prag Blood Short Horn ) Durham ). Devon , Alderney
and Ayrealtire Calves, Iforno, Southdown sod Cots
wold Sheep. Cashmere Meta. Imported Suffolk. Essex,
Berkshire and Sefton Pigs. and all choice breeds of Poul
try Pm sale. Send for Cirenlars
NaPnd Priem. OY Addr
Co. . . BER b
Janl9-3m Parkesbarg, Chmterco. Pa.
ill The Book Accounts, Notes and Judg
ments of Baldwin, Allen & McCain are in my
hands for collection; and all persons having
Notes and Accounts against Baldwin, Allen &
3lcCain, arc requested to present them for set-
I emen . E. L. WEEKS,
Assignee of J. 11. McCain.
Montrose, Jan. 19, 1870.-4
The firm of C. F. READ it CO. was dissolv
ed on the 31st day of Dec. 1g69, by mutual con
sent Either party will attend to the settlement
of accounts. C. F. READ,
E. McKIN ZIE,
C. M. READ.
The business will hereafter be conducted at
the old stand under, the firm name of
READ, GRIFFIS & CO.
Montrose Jan. 1,1870.—00 p
SAMPLES RENT FREE TO FARMERS
Prom 100 to 130 bushels grown to the acre. weighs
from 40 to 45 pounds to the bushel. This oats he, been
grown on every variety or soli. sod In every State of
the Union, with the most perfect suers•.
The vein to very lerge plump and handsome. has a
remark ble thin husk, and ripens earlier than the m.m.
The straw is bright, dear, stowt. and not liable to
laden. is of rest and ;vows from 4 to it
We nave both the White and Mack Norway, both the
same price and equally productive.
We will send nue qnart of the above Oats to any
address past paid for 51 00
Two quarto, it...et paid 2 00
One peck sent by 'press or freight ' 300
Ralf harhel, 01 periwig 6 lin
One hnshel. 40 pounds ....10,00
VAUTION. Ie wish it dhrtittetty sinderstoo
that this Iv not a light outs, weighing 93 to Si lbs.
raise lin New England. sad wsid under the name of
Norwsy, but imported Seed, every nushel guaranteed
to weigh 401 b., or the money refunded.
Samples of both kinds scot free for a three cent
stamp. Also Circular. and Testi montane.
Address nil order, to N. P. BOYER d CO..
Eggs of Pure Bred Fancy Poultry for
IE have on band the largest and beat selection of
Fancy Poultry to bo found In the country. Eggs
carehdly boxed and shipped to any part of the country.
For Cirethimand prices, address
N. P. BOYER & CO.,
Janis—ha • Parke:nag. Chester Co. Pa.
G ROVER & BAKER'S
FIRST PREMIUM ELASTIC FiTITCR FAMILY
4.10 BROADWAY, NBW TUNE
FOUNTS OF EXCELLINCE
Smutty and elasticity of Stitch..
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
Ulan both threads directly lion the 'pools. •
No fastening of seams by hand and no waste of
Wide range of applicatioi withoat change of &Out
The seam retaining beauty &tut Ormannt after snub.
Besides all kinds of work done by otter Selman Ma
chines, tnese llacblues execute the mmt beautiful
and permanent Embroidat7 and tunas mtal work.
The Ell:hest Peel:dame at all the film and exhi
bitions of the Vatted !States and Europe, 'have been
awarded the Grover 6 Esker netting Machines, and
the work done by them, wherever enhlWted to unapt , .
ilF • Tba very blgbeti prize, TIIE CROSS OF THE
LVAIION Or 1101 4 10 H, was eooferred or the represeut
attires of the Grover a Raker dewing NACIIIIIM at the
Exporitiou Valverdelle, Parte, INC, thee attesting
their great soperiority over all other BeWhig Machines.
Tornio by r. M. CMANDLMR. Montrose
June 1. Iyr
I keep constantly on hand an ample sim
ply of fresh ground Cayuga Plaster, for ante at
PI per ton. N. SHOEMAKER
,- Summtu•svilleasn. 19, In9.—tf
COURTS OF APPEAL.
The CoMmissioners of Susquehanna COUI2.
ty have Ind upon the follow s il s days and dates
respectively for hearing ap mess
mews for the year 1870, at .Commissioners'
Office, in Montrose, to wit ;
Apolacon,Checonnt, Friendstille,Forest Lake,
Little Meado.us, and Middletown, on Tuesday,
Feb. 15th, 1870.
Franklin, Liberty, Silver Lake, Auburn, des.
slitand Rush,on Wednesday', Feb. 161h,1870.
Dick, gpri nk sliW Great Bend tp.
Great Bend bor., /few Milford iwP., New Mil
ford born, on Thimsday Feb. 17th, 1870.
Harmony, Oakland,Suatfa Bow, Aramt,Jack.
son and Thomann , on. Friday, Feb. 18th, 1870.
Montrose, Bridgewater and Brooklyn, Mon
day, Feb. 21st, 1870.
Clifford, Dundaff, Lenox, Gibson, Raiford and
Herrickon Tuesday, Feb.,22d, 1870.
By order of Commhiskinera _
WM. A. CROSSMON, Clerk.
Comes Office, Montrose. Jan. ii 9.1970.
STOVES 1 STOVES !
The Grad. American Bare Burner and Bice fiesta.
For ode by
0. M. ammo,
New =fowl, Ps., Dee. 15,1939.-4
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY
TALLMAN'S SELF-BALANCING INKSTAND,
A combined Inkstind, Pen Back Perpetual Calendar sad
Pen Wiper, occupying Only, the coma? • common Ink ,
stand, Can be rutted orer, dropped or tilted; without
spilling any Ink, or Animism the stand. ADAMS light
dde up. 210 more spitted Ink'. no more mined manu
scripts; Ot Ibr peace or Cottage ; no mare roiled Wpm ;
warranted to kat a Brethne ; fit tbr city or country;
for aim or school room. For drachm withtemta to the
trade and Agents, address 'A. B. TALLMAN.
511 Chestuat street, Philadelphia.
Far sale at the News Office of Geo. C. RNA Co. Mont
rose. Pa. [Dec. 59. 1567-4
G EORGE HARVEY,
GROCERIES & PROIISIONS
AND CONIRGNOR OF FARM PRODUCE.
Moor, Salt, Butter, Pork, Lard, Ham, Salt Pleb, Tallow
Candles, Crackers, Cheese, Coffee, Spites, Choice
Teas, Sugars, Rite, Dried and Canned
Fruit. Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff,
ac. ac. 6c.
We are seipplng Butter to the best Commission Dous
es In Sew York, and will furbish Palls. free of charge.
guaranteeing the highest coarket price fur It.
Call and see as in the Store Doom formerly axupled by
L. C. Keeler, 8 doors above Kona's Kutel.
Montrose. Dec. 22. 1569.
rrHE ELIAS HOWE
Ackw+wiedged by all to bo the brew Seeing Mnehtne
In the world. Ibm't buy any oue mill you hare tried
Nov. Ai, l!9. E. L. WEEKS & CO., Agents.
For Muskrat, Coon and Fox Skins. h,
N0v.94, liitM. E. 1.. WtEKS & CO
A BEL Tu RRELL.
lino Jost rrttortted from New York with a large ad
dttloo to hie noel mock f choice good. •
Montrose, 4or. 24, 180.
TO THE WORKING CLAPS.—We are now prepared
to fornieh ail closet with Commit employment at
home, the whole of tho time or for the spans moments.
Business new, light and profitable. Persons of either
sea easily earn from 30e. to $3 per evening, and a pro
portional sum by devoting their whole lime to the bnie
*nese Boys and girls rant nearly as much as men.—
That a I who see this notice may send their address.
and test the business. we make this unparalleled offer:
To such.. are not well satisfied, we will send $1 to pay
for the tumble of wilting. Full particulars. a valuable
6242111 a. which wit do to cormenee work on, and • co-
py of The Propte's Literary Companion--one of the lar•
gest and beet family newspapers pnbliehed--all cent
free by mall. Reader, Ifyou wait permanent. profta
hle work, address 13.. C. ALLEN 6 CO., Augusta, 3faine
Nov. 3. Iffit-4m
Linen and Paper Collars and Cuff.. Ties. Pates
Boars, Snopendora, Unihrellas, Satchels, Trunks, White
and Flannel Shirts In variety. at
GUTTENBZUO, ROSICNBACM, & CONI.
IV 00 LEN GOODS.
Flannels plain all colors, fancy plaid opera and
shirting Flannels. extra floe 44 white, Bed 'Nankai..
Carrlarze and Horse Blankets. Cloth. Cavemen., Beivers
and Chinchillas, by the yard. In crest variety. at
Iit.TTTENBERG, ROS. & CO'S.
R EADY MADE CLOTHING
The largest stock in the county—all our own man
ufacture—warranted good work and so low as to defy
all eompetition. Men's. yooth7. sod boys' complete
salts. always a large variety. al
Ourrrsiumns. Iftosmnsaust, & Cos.
A New wA bry supply,
Montrose, Nov. 24, 1269. ABEL TERRELL.
WIZARD OIL and nearly everything
D RESS TRIMMINGS & FANCY
Buttons 04 all descriptions. Headquarters at
Ocrriorarina, Rosexamm, & Co's.
OVERCOATS, OVERCOATS, OVER
-151 : a r y f . a i l n l dus t , large andsmall, good and com
Itoszdn.reis. & Co's.
111 ;E :Aroli SALVF,
ioct-es,,, this WONDERFUL SALVE has been the
secret of an old Connecticut family bv the name of
Riche Baker. flrVow It comes forth to bless man
kind. Its power to aILIY PAIN. 10 1100 THE SCIPTIOLIMG,
to east stoma is very eqtramdfnary - the like of It
has never been known. 100 u persons al ready bear les-
Uman .. One' person says " I boned asl Pot, and I
would not be without it for $lO. or I had to go all the
wry to N. T. for ft." Physicians recommend It. and $e
pots are ordered dilly fur Hospitable sod Public Instil°.
lions, to every portal the T. b.
For Ciyr, porrel L
Bruises, Sores, CI WITH-
Cancers, Sore Nipples,
Broken Breasts, Chap- OUT IT
ped Lips and Bands,
Eruptions, blind and lI N THE
bleeding Piles, Corns,
Bunions, Chilblains, HOUSE,
bites of animals, in
sects, etc. etc.
All Mlles taleep it for vale.
10.000 Boxes an: gtesn sway totest Its virtue.
_ Ong* toT or Drum:lst and get one
fit. 'Maud p pots rent safely packed. by express.
Addeers COSTAR CO.. 13 lloward Street, N. T
Ticking. Calicos. Gingham.. stripecn and
checked Mlting.. Dentin.. &c. a* usual in (twisty at
ticyriunican. lloss.inans & Co.
G ENIIINE WIZARD OIL!
For Sale by BURNS a NICHOLS
'Montrose. July 21, 1869.-4 w
1869. PHILADELPHIA, 1869.-
* Weep. vitapera.;
HOWELL & BOURKE,
PAPER HANGINGS &WINDOW SHADES,
Sales Rooms, Cor. Fourth & Market Sta
Factory, Con 'Twenty-third and Sansoin Mi.
New Style& every day, of our awn Make.
-Oct. 20—jw10 • .
LORD OIL, sad s greet - rude steal* lb"' NAM
BBY, for see by - MULL TtJRRBLI
Tli E - TF L 0 0 D!
CONE AND BEB TITS FLOOD or
A.LOD. R. LATITROP'R.
In Luxe quantities, of 41 Styles and Prizes
O f ilm" and Calm. Fur.. Ready Nada Clothing. Canal.
mares, Beavers. Saeklnga. Rome Blankets.
10-1 Blankata, tad spreads. Hardware.
Ctrocketi. Hnots and Shoe.,
• Sc. &c. le.
We era Agents for the Celebrated
& D. R. LATHROP
Mamma. Oct. 13,-666.-
BE IT KNOWN !
That the Largest and best selection of
READY MADE CLOTHING, CIATHS k CASSI
MEREs. DRESS GOODs OF ALL KINDS. DO.
FURS. HATS.% C AP S. L A D IES'
FANCY GOODS, TRIBLIIINGS. etc. ete.,
to be foundle ibis part of the Mate. earl always be
fouod et the aoll•kuovu and popular rhea ol
.Gultenboy, i6ls'enbauni d 'Co
M. S. MESS UEN. Teprereating this firm In Mont
rose, arriving Lately from New York Initi
A VERY EXTENSIVE STOCK,
(shore mentioned &mods. notable for the Fan and
Winter sermon, and having taken particular pains In *e
lecting handsome styles and designs, as well no looking
to the old prevcrb, •• it penny allied is a penny canted.'
Ws flatter ourselves of havlnz RAItGAIM kw all
who want to bs saving In tanking their purchase*.
We would request • call and Inspection of oar goods
GUTTENBERG, ROSENBAUM & CO
Montrose, Oet. Ist, 1669.
AG EN T S WANTED. AG E\ TS
n:ANTED. Fa to 'WO per month. mole and fe
male. to sell the celebrated and original Common dense
Family Hawing Machine. improved and perfected, it
will hem, MI, ptitch, tuck, bind. biaid aces embroider
In a most superior manner. Price only $l5. For sim
plicity and durability. It has no rival. Do not buy from
soy parties selling machines nudes the same name as
oars. unless havf,.g a 'Certificate of tizency signed by
ns. as they are worthless Cast Iron Machines.
For Circulars and Terme apply or address, ,
li. IftAWFORD a CO..
413 Chestnut Street, PhOnitelptitn, Pa
Oct. 20, 1869.-11 —Jaw
FARM FOR SALE:
The subscriber offers for male his Yam situate to
the east part or New Milford township. containing
ONE HUNDRED AND SEMCTV-TDREE ACRES
123 acres imptovcd, well watered by +Triage. and a Mali
creek. There are two houses. one new, and thew barite,
one new, and other outbuildings, and two good orchards.
The land not improved le heavily timbered.
Terme made am. For farther Informotion all on or
addreas the eabcrlber at New Milford, Saetea Co. Pa.
Nov. 10, A46o.—tf JACOB WAYMAN.•
For Store Fronts, Asylums, &a.
Iron Bedsteads. Wire Webbing fur Sheep and Poultry
Yards, Brass and Iron Wire ClUth, Sieves, Fenders.
Screens for Coal Ord, baud. &c Deasy crimped
Cloth for Spark Arrest. rs, Landscape Wires far W ii
dews; etc. Paper Makers' Wires., Ornamental Wire
work, etc. Every Information by addressing the man
ufacturers. M. WALKhIt R SONS.
A P•i3 No 11 N. hlxth et., PhLtadelphia
ESTATE OF JOSEPII GARY,
late of Jackson, Susquehanna county. Pa., deed.
Letters of administration 'upon the estate of the
above named decedent heel? been ;ranted to the On
deralgued, notice is hereby Ten to all persons Indebt
ed to wad Mate to makelmmediate payment. and
those having claims against the same to present them
duly authenticated for settlement to the undersigned.
I.EANDER GRIFFIS, Adair.
Jackson, Dec. Vt.' Ism
VSTATE OF BEN.i.• WARNER, late
of Milford township, ensq•a co., deed.
Letters of admlnlstratlnn upon theestate of the above
=tried decedent having been granted to the undersign
ed. pereops Indebted to mad estate thosey noti
fied to make Immediate payment. and having
claims adahist the same to present them duly authentf:
cited for settlement.
JOEL S. TOOLET, Adm'r.
N Milford, Dee. 15, IEO9.
ESTATE OF 'T. J. ROBINSON,
late of Lathrop township, Susquehanna co.
Lettere of administration upon the estate of the above
pruned decedent having been granted to tb e anderstins
cd, all persons Indebted to said estate are hereby noti
fied to make Immediate payment, and those wing
claims against the same to prce en t them dnly authentl•
ested tor settlement.
Alll ELY, lidner.
Lathrop. Dec t, 16110.
ESTATE of EDWARD FLANIGAN,
late of Silver lake, thulf a county. Pa.. deed.
Letters of administration upon theestateof theabove
named decedent haring been granted to the undersign
ed, all persona Indebted to Said estate are hereby nott
ded to make Immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same to present them duly entbenti-'
aided for settlement.
Adners de hoofs non cam testament* tinny xo.
Wirer Lake. Dee. 1, 180.
B TIFFALO ROBES.
Beth with and without trimming and lioin, just
mei aril at
Nuv. 11. 164. E. L. WEEKS & CO's.
BEAUTIFUL SETS of MIS
Itt three and !oar etriire. Mink, Fitch, Sable. Coney
and River Mink. grimed, at
Inv. 24, PVC. R. L. WRHXI3 & CO'B.
C. A. SACKETT'S Demi Rooms, New Milford, Pa
NMl:Moroi !lotion gives to all operations an Um ludo
mi WO. Ardlielid Teeth loseytedin all the - various
styles now tune. Perfect mdlaraction gumootted toad.
Coma madam:. ma, and astisfy yoorsolyoo.. Odico boars:
94 boom each day.
Jan. ISIO —ly
CUSTOM WORK. 31ERORM
TAILORDIO. An Marna assortment-of Cloths,
limit Ins. Cusimerm. Des roe, C blush' has, 'Velvet an
finiey Vl:stings. ian.. t t Cll4Olll Work: Measures ta , '
aceriz Good Siting and workmanship iltnanterd ur n °
sate, at - Grossmismso.RmiaslaliM, &Co's.
.TEWELUY A. TURRELL
pERKINS & HOUSE'S
Kerosene Made &ife n.t Last-1
Thalubseriber is prepared to offer tfie people
of Busquebann'a County Perkins' Patent non-ex
plosive Kerosene Lamp—the only positive Safe
ty Lamp now in use, It been thoroughly
tested by scientific men, and also by practical
use, and is found to be needed in every fatally.
E. 11. BINGHAM,
New 3111 ford, Sustea Co.,
Agent for Bustea, Luzerne. and Wyoming coy,
Jan. 12th, 1870.—tf
Ali EL TIIRRELt;
DRUGGIST, MONTROSE, PA.,
In continually receislug
And It etto tot:Eel:anif,: on - hkrid 4 I'6ll and deNnbleiu
sonmentoi geunthe ' . .
•DRI''G% MEDICI:FL:B, CHEMICALS, LIQUORS.
Paints, Olie, DIcHS infra. Teak Spices, and. other.aro•
eerier.. Slone Mare, Wall and Window Paper, Glass.
ware.. Pettit Jaraddireore, Lampe: Chlmneye, Kern-
Gene, Machinery Oil. ronners' 011, Neatatoot Ott, Re
fined Whale Oil, Sperm Oil. Olive 011, Spirits' Turpen.
tine. Varnienea, Cynary.Seed, Vinezar.Potaeh. Concen
trated Lee. Axle ()realm. Trusacs. Supporters, Medical
luelrnmCnts. Shoulder Orates, Snipe, 'Orme, Pintnin.
Cartridgra, Potrder, Shot, Lend. Gun Cope. Blasting
Powder' and Fll3l'. V ;011 11, Strlog.. Bowe. etc. Via en.
Pi fes..cte.., Flab bunko and Linest.llar and Toilet Soaps,
Hate 01115 . Bale lie.atorere. and flair Dyes.'Brtiabea,
Pocket hnive., Speetactes,Sllver Plated Spoons,Forks.
Knives...tic. Veal st Articles,a general assortment of
FANCY GOODS. JEWELRY, And PERFUMERY
All the leading and beat kb:We of
In short. nearly evdtv thing to restore the rick - . •to
please the taste. to delight the eye. to gratify the Sausy.
and aleato conduce to the real and substantial comforts
of life. Enumeration la Impracticable. as It would 111 l
a newspaper. Call at the Drug and Variety Stare at
AD EL TIIRIIELL
Montrose, Jan. 5, 19%1.
THE AELERETAIT FAEILIE
Is Presented to the Public as the most
Dil - Pabln, Compact and Cheap
K - xrrrlNG MACHINE EVER IN vz.N-sr.v.
PR - ICE ONLY $25.:
TINS MACIIINE viii run either Incirward or forward
with equal facility :
Makes the Same Stitch as by Band,
bat fir .upertor Iu every re,pvct. W 111 Knit 20,000
STITCHES IN ONE MINUTE,
AND DO PERFECT WORK. leaving every knot irm than
his of the medic. It will knit n pair uratockingos (auy
mu) . au lee. thou hall an boos. ft will hhit
Close or Open, Plain or Bibbed
with any kind of coarse or fine woolcuyark, or cation,
silk, or linen. It will knit stockings withMouble beef
&It'd toe, drawers. hoods. sacks, smutting, caps. comforts.
purees,, mints, fringe. afghans, nabiss, undoreleevea,
m itr,.g,, skating caps, lamp wicks, maps, cord, tinder
!hi rtr. shawls, J sikets. cradle branke ta, leggin!, stisc :tl .lw
ders. ircit•ter4. Min s. tippets, tufted work, and in
rn end.ers variety of articles in tem day use, as Wel
as fur ornament,
FROIII. $5 TO $lO J'F.a DAT
Con be made by any one with the ..lemirican KnUanp w le
chine. knitting 5tuck:111,... , 1 , 6c , while expert operators
can wren make more knitting fancy work, which alwey
commands a eady sale. A jperson can readily knit
from IWOIVC to Menu pairs of ntuckings per day, the
profit on will h will bu nut lens than forty cent* per
Can tell theft wool at only forty to fifty tent, par pound
but by „Truing be soul made into yarn at a small ex
pcoec, and knating it Into sacks. two or three dollara
per dound can be realized.
On receipt of $25 we will forward a machine as or
IVe nleh to prOctire active Agenta In every section of
the Called btatoe and Canadar, to whom thy
ern] Iralnercwwws will he offerori. Addipr
A ERICA:: KNITTING MACHINE CO.,
Dec. 1,,-4 flodLon, Mono., 9I St. Loda, Mo.
Silk Bonnet Velvets In black and colors, Patented
Velvets and Plushos, Flowers, Feathers. Ribbons. silks
Satins. and Bran., old ladles' dross Cups. ladles' and
children's Wenned nod untrimmed Ilats..Franacs, La
ms, Blonds, (ninnies. ke. ke.. always the head gear.
tors St Grrranarno, Rosa antra & Coe.
Of new 13eavere. Itrondriothe. Mations. Plaid *lle
Plain Carelmeren.—taro a hew thing for Ladles' Backe,
by the yard. or made up to order. by
Noy. 24,1g9. E. L. WEEKS .ft CO..
Xrr,W SHAWLS, •
smw DRESS GOODS,
New Print', New Fancy Goode, New Hoodr,ttenver
trimmed. tent received by
Nov. 24, Intl
I)tRE LI großs.
SEELY'S NATIVE Gran BRANDY, distilled
strictly puro; and a variety of other Brandies, Including
Cherry Brandy, Cider Brandy, C 0. ., Nearly all the differ
sent kinds of 1 h Rolland Gin old Bye and Bourbon
Whiskey. A (robot. Pure Spirit, Say Barn, &e., emitting
ly on hand and the vale by
Montrese, March aith. t&r,S.
pIIOF. G. E. STEDGE,
Would notify the pubite of Anborn 4 Corners and
vicinity. that he Is now prepared totem° all horses en.
trusted to hie care. no =liar whatot how bad disk ha
bits ore it not broke, no champ made.
Also, inetrnetlon given how to tome yonrawn horses-
Auborn I'Corners.Sept. 22, Ittrd.—y
D RESS GOODS
Black !ma colored Dress Silks, dlk warp Poplins.
Frenelr3lerinos, Empress, Alpacas a•.(1 Poplin Alpact
cal. erettmes, l'armatias, Bombazines, DoLain* and
Mohair goods, in all colors and qualities, and In great
varlet Variety at Guttenburg„ Rosenbaum 8 Co's
PAINTS and OILS, of ail kind, for
gsleby ABEL TUMULI..
MOCltrtld a , 31nrcIi al, MI
QIIAIII,S., CLOAKS, plain and fancy
L CIA/AI:MOS, end (106 ,Trlnutitngs In great V&
riot'', at Onttent.nrz,Rosonhannt dCo's.•
PAIR GOOD KNITROOKS. .
DIM lbw. goo 4 Stocking Tara.
Wanted Imawcilatecy at
Guttenberg, govinbaum 4; 611.
rEE PLACE" TO BUY YOUR
GOODS, nod to oat bargains. Is st • -
Ocrrzythzno, ItoncNaArmi, co's.
IITANOS AND ORGANS ,
Pliers ernatly induced ts,r cant. Neer 7 Octant
Prsnon of dret.clavn mitten , tor $2:5 cod lltOrnid...-NeV
Cih'nct °rpm, pd. VS and nnward. smatid•basd - bh
ntrnmenti, Iron 84010 fill:, MoiPhly Inotoilmeati,m
calved, and Int trumcuto for rent Wcacronun,No..+sl
Ilmultray. nouarar, WATERS:
Oct. N. 1.8C7.
Itatn and dips (onion and More• weslC . istirlUss us
grades, at . GirrrEnszno, - Rosin-38ns; a Cc ea
WOOLEN & KNIT ' GOODS...
- Ladles' Merino Under.gattoenia. Roods, 'Hail*
Mona se. Goss' Wrappers nod Drawees.. Sena.
Jackets, Gloves of all sorts, In past variety. at • .
tavervanosso, - Itonalattis, *
PEOIiLE. SPECTACLES--alio . ;
moriti(mocies,, nod supply, for alibi .
Montrose, Nos, II), tf109.. ARE!, ?vgsreu.,
E. L. WEEKS .t. CO
ABEL . 'TLIULELL.