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The Montroge Democrat.,
ITTISTWICONSWDAT MIMENTIFIB, A? MONT6OIII3
SUSQUETIANAIA COCATT, PA., AT
S. .113.4.17v — 5.3 33- sr,
sr rzsAx?rc. rx Ix A.DTANci -011 # 2 X AT IND OP TrAll
Rases of Advoirtiatle.
Threo-fourths inch of spate. or less, make • square.
One square, 3 weeks or less, $l.OO ; 1 mo. VAN 3 mo.
$2:60 ; 6mo. VISO: 1 year. $B,
One.elebth col., 1 mo, $3.50; S mo. $6,60; 6 mo. $11.03;
t year, $30.00.
Ottomsnarter col„ 1 mo. $6.50; 3 mo. $12.03 ; 6 Mo. $7O ;
Half cotamn, 1 mo. $13.00 ; 3 mo. $23.03 ; 0 mo. slo.oet
d year, $33.00.
One colnron, 1 mo. $00.00:3 mo. $21.00 ; 6 two. MOD ;
1 year. $130.00.
Auditor's Notlbta, $2 69 ; lixecutors' and Adrobalstra.
tees' Notices, $3.00. MI communicrtions of limited mr
indivldnal interest. 10 eta. per line. Obituary Notices, 10
cte. per line. Marriage and Death Notices free.
Pot* Printing executed neatly and promptly at
Deeds. Mortgages, Note.. Justices', Constables'
School and other blankefor sale.
Plank Floors for Horses.
The following from the Cincinnati
Gazette, by an Indiana correspondent,
says something on the subject:
"In regard to horses standing on bare
plank floors I have tried it for fifteen
years and never littered a stall yet, nor
have I ever had a horse or mule to get
lame by being so treated. I have at
times left stable floors without plank,
and afterwards planked them, for the rea
son that the horses do better on plink
floors, and the stables are easier cleaned.
They do not wear in holds 'or ever get
wet. I got the idea from a paper, many
years ago, which stated that in Hollana
(I think) they use stone floors for their
stables and never litter them, and they
have sounder horses than any other conn
b. Now, if I was going to build a sta
floor I would get 2 by 4 inch oak
scantling, and lay them 'lengthways of
the stall, or the same way the horses stand,
and leave small half inch cracks between
them. Setting them edgeways von will
have a floor four inches thick, and one
that will always be dry and cool. The
reason for laying it lengthways of the
horse is, if it should ever wear out it will
be whem.the horse stands; consequently,
only a few pieces need be taken up and
repaired. I would also have the floor two
feet above ground, if possible, for dryness
ONIONS cos POULTRY.—It is 0 well
known fact to owners of poultry that the
occasional use of onions, mixed and fed
to poultry with their other food, is one of
the best mars of keeping a yard of poul
try in health. lam afraid it has not re
ceived the attention and use that its mer
its really demand. I am well satisfied
that the use of this vegetable would pre
vent three-fourths of the disease that a
poultry yard is subject to. Not that it is
a cure-all after disease has once secured a
hold, but I know that I bare cured cases
of most severe roup by its useafter stand
ard remedies had failed. I became con
vinced that if an article like this would
cure, the occasional use of it would be a
preventive, and such I have found it to
be, not only in roup, but in all those
eases that poultry are liable to under care
lessness And mismanage - Men t. Fowls will
readily at it if it stlqid'fine a . 44 mixed
with their food. Give tt as o ft en aq - once
a week--oftener if yon chooseit will do
them good. Maker trial of this veget
able, breeders of poultry, and then yon
will know for a certainty how to appreci
WINTER POULTRY TREATMENT. —A
correspondent of the 1 - ere England Far
ina' revs, in brief, that. each fowl ought
to Produce one hundred and sixty eggs a
year; that in winter warmth is indispen
sable; that the fowls must have some of
the food they find at other seasons when
at large; that they must have plenty of
room in their house, and it and their lay
ing-boxes kept. clean: that they must be
fed with corn, barley, oats, have a box of
sand, oyster or clam shell pounded np, or
old mortar, or old honeg dried and pound
ed ; that mashed baked potatoes and corn
meal are excellent; that fatty matter of
.any kind, fresh beef or pork scraps, etc.,
must form a portion of their diet; that
hens are fond of vegetable matter during
the winter and will eat cabbage, etc., and
that they must be kept free from vermin,
which nearly always follows entire clean,
linen. In case, however, vermin should
make their appearance, there is nothing
so effective in removing them as rubbing
the top of the head, under the wings and
upon the back with lard.
-ASHES FOR FRUIT l'ice:s.—The editor
of The Horticulturist says: We have
known quite a number of instances—in-'
deed, so often as to make it quite a rule—
the old orchards apparently dying out
have been brought back again to fruitful
ness b.y, the, liberal rtseiii,f , :wood-ashes, at
so stinng the soil. Potash is the most
important element in' the successful
growth of all kinds of fruit trees. An
old gentleman told a club, not long ago,
that be had known a man to make and
preserve an orchard of apple trees in a
flourishing and productive condition,
originally placed on very poor ground, by
spnnkling every year around each tree,'td
the circumference of the extent of its
branches, halt a bushel of ashes. We
consider this u very important item.
GRITS BATTER CAKEs.—Take one pint
of well Ixnled grits, one pint of sour, or
buttermilk, with sufficient soda to sweet
en. Add one teaspoonful of salt, and two
eggs well beaten, separately. If mor,e,
convenient, use sweet milk, and leave out
the soda. Bake on a quick griddle. These
will be found fully equal to the nicest rice
VALUABLE RECEIVTP.-HOW to cook a
bean,_by an old beauist. _Buy, a bean,
bathe it well, put in 12 quarts of river
water, (if you bav'nt got a river, better'
buy one, as they're handy to hare), boil-it
six hours by an avoirdupois clock, take it
out and wipe it thoroughly dry with a
soft towel, lay it on' its northwest side,
about 2 degrees sow-sow-westerly ; bore a
hole gently in each end, abstract the
"in'arde quietly without mussin ; then
stuff owe end with soft boiled rice and the
other end with rice boiled soft: the endF
that points toward the north should in ia
instanoes,-except in cases of extreme hem
orrhage, be ;stuffed first; then take the
south side of the shell off gently ; then ,
the eastearefully, then sweeten with salt,
and it -will taste so much like rice you'd
never believed it was a bean.
Some farmers -have their grind
stones exposed to the hot sun in rammer,
cawing - them to hen, besidOr.,igniteg
Us W 90401 fives.
.! .. •-, .t•rnc.l•6 4 ,; .-;:, it , ..,vt;.ad ,
Lying Taught To Children.
A spirited writer in the Annals of Ed
ucation, specifies several ways in which
the art of lying is taught. It is taught in
families and in schools. Lies are told to
children by hundred and stlionliand long
before thepuirisralc-- This may be done
by looks-and actions; rill as by words.
Alldeceptibuilit-thetNie*' ot‘the writer,
is fyingz4luid, - undoubtedly buts cornet.
Hi* mush lying, they; tliertylunst be in
We 'will givistrict &limiest; 'illustrative
of the iii
ibieb &kale told to chil
dren,and bfwhiClitherare taught to lie :
"You have something on your table, or
about your person, which pant-child man
ifests a desire to obtain. Yon tell him it
is not for him, or attempt to 'tioneeal it.
)low long will it be before t , he will take
another degree iu the same craft, and at
tempt to deceive you in words . ? It is but
a step from the lie in countenance to the
lie in action; and'brit another step fmm
the lie in action to the lie in word or deed.
Take.another example t "The child' is
ill. - We wish him to take nauseous medi
cine. He is assured that it is agreeable
to his taste. We sip a little and assume a
cheerful appearance and countenance.
But he soon learns that he has been de
ceived; and how long will it be before he
loses all confidence in our veracity and
not only so, but is encouraged to repeat,
in his way and sphere, our own unhappy
" As a child grows older and becornes
more and more acquainted with society,
especially with that part of society which
ought to be known to him most favorably,
does he find a more strict adherence to
truth in those around him? Rather does
not everything in this respect wax worse?
Does not he find falsehood current every
where, and almost on all occasions?
Parents, brothers, and sisters, smile
and look kindly to visitors, and urge them
to stay longer, or call again soon; with a
thousand of the like assurances of friend
ship; and yet, how common is it as soon
as they are out of hearing, not only to crit
icise tbeir character and manners, but to
show by looks and actions, if we do not
say it iu words, that we are glad they are
These examples might be multiplied to
an indefinite extent. They will prove
sufficient, however, for onr purposes, if
they awaken the attention of onr readers
to the subject, so that they see how wide
spread is the sin of lying; practiced in
ten thousand ways daily, both by parents
and children. The evil is alarming, and
should be checked. Parents and all who
have the charge and instruction of children
should see to it, that they deceive not
either by word or actions." Children are
imitators, and are naturally moredisposed
to imitate a bad example than a good (ink
A Happy Rebuke
Fatty Morrison was a Scotch clergy
man, a man of wit and humor. On one
occasion he entreated the officer at Fort
George to pardon a poor fellow that was
sent to the balbers.' 'The officer offered to
grant his request if he would in return
grant him the favor he would ask. Mr.
Morrison agreed to this, and the officer
immediately demanded that the ceromony
of baptism should be performed on a pup
py. The clergyman agreed to it, and a
party of gentlemen assembled to witness
the novel baptism. Mr. Morrison desired
the officer to bold up the dog as was nec
essary in their baptism of a child and
"As lam a minister of the Church of
Scotland I must proceed accordlig to the
ceremonies of the church."
" Certainly," said the mayor, "I expect
all the ceremony."
" Well then mayor, I begin by the usu
al question : Do you acknowledge youself
the father of this puppy !"
A roar of laughter burst from the crowd,
and the officer threw the candidate for
baptism away. -
OrThere was sometheng unexpeetdly
sarcastic in the reply of a criminal when
asked by the Court if he was guilty of lar
ceny : a No, sir, are you ?" a Prisoner,"
said the ruffled magistrate, "don't put on
any airs with me, or I'll commit you for
contempt of court. I ask you again, are
you guilty?" "And I tell you no .l"
" But this man says he detected you in the
very act of larceny." a Yes, sir, but I was
fooling him ! How do you make that out!"
4 Just making believe, as you do some,.
times." "Sir, what do you mean!" " Why
the other night, when you were stagger
ing in the meet, some folks thought you
were tight, tut I knew you were only mak
ing believe!" Prisoner discarged.
notice that my new g irl w
away_a broom all on one side. There is
nothing annoys me so much_ as to be
obliged to tise,a broom that has been so
worn. I should be ashamed to have any
one see Ta'bbie's kitchen broom as it is
now. I think nothing is so suggestive of
extravagance and bad house-keeping as a
one-sided broom. There is no necessity
of haying a broom worn down in this
way. Moen sweeping, hold the brooni
up, almost perpendicular, and brush rath
er than sweep; being careful to turn the
broom and keep The longest side towards
the carpet or floor. A broom kept
straight, will last three times as long as
one allowed to wear all ttperr one side. -
—There are a great many ridiculous
things in this country—for intances : there
are thousands of daughters, whose mothers
have been raised in a kitchen, and their
fathers in a horse stable, who would fief
insulted if asked if they had ever made a
loaf of bread, or washed out a pocket hand
kerchief ! They like to prate of "good so
ciety, mixed company, and family digni-,
ty. —E F. Atlas.
—" Ticket, sir?" said a' railroad con
ductor, passing through one of the trains
the other day, to a passenger. "My faec
is my ticket," replied the other, a little:
vexed. " Indeed,' said etinduetor,rolling
backlis wristband and displaying a most
powerfulbutieh of fives, ' well, my orders
are to punch all 'tickets passing over - this
To SErms Col?Ezr..--A lady correspon
dent says that r ehe Ands the best method
of settling' coffee ispasoon as you .browie
your coffee, and while the kernels are yet
ivizt - ,.t.'inix it with a beaten ea, say
.one egg-to a pound. The egg' a
povermg around the kernels, persevering
the aroma and when ground acting as an
MrThe salt tuarsk was Li Nt "Ter
se', , comprii e 295,474 acres. 20,-
000 acres lw's been Nell:OW a an ov
erne cost of about aritteracmerid
saw tbs Most produce's kr thalltiiiit
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TEN YEARS IN
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Tiff MAGIC COMBlrill change Roy col
ored bah or beard to
a permanent black or
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THIS IS NO HUMBUG I
By sending with ago,
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mall, correct picture of your future buthand or wife,
with ammo and date of marrinze. halms W. PDX, P.
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edy, and will send the rept free.
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THE NEW ARTICLE OF FOOD
For twentyBve cents you can buy of
your Druggist or Grocer a package of
Sea Moss Farine, manufactured from
pure Irish moss or Oarrageen, will
make sixteen quarts of Blanc Flange.
and a like quantity of Puddings, Cus
tards, Charlotte Ruse, &c. &o. It is
by far the Cheapest, healthiest and,
most delicious food in the world.
RAND SEA MOSS FARINE CO.
53 Park Place, DT Y.'
Tab wonderful vegetable restorative is
the sheet-aticlior of the feeble and debili-
tated. As a tonic and cordial for the aged
and languid, it has no equal among
stoinachics. As a remedy for the ner
vous weakness to which women are es
pecially subject, it is superseding every
other stimulant. In all climates, tropi
cal, temperate or frigid, it acts as a spe
cific in every species of disorder which
undermines the bodily strength and
breaks down the animal spirits. For
sale by all druggists. [mar 9-6 m
FARMER s_ Their Bons, and other, can make
ney pldlr. stalling the NEW IL.
LITSTEATED FCRIaRS` Ea.NLIAL, edited by Geo E.
WARING, dn.. Practical Farmer and Author, and tato Ag.
ricultaml Engineer of N. Y. Central Park. Tbehest book
for Farmer* ever leaned—All need It before planting. It
is •sound. labor saving, money making book. Thous.
embitters bought It, and thousands more went It. 15th
Edition ready. Live agents wanted. Profits large.
mar.lwt E, B. TREAT & CO„, lut Broadway, N. Y.
THE GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
DR WALKER'S CALIFORINTA
mons THAN 600.000 PERSONS g s !
g r; Bear teatimouy to the.. Wonder- E 4
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FANCY DRINK, F;;;*
Made 01 Poor Rum, Arblekey, Proof Spirits, and Refnee
Liquor.. doctored, spic ed And sweetened to plenae the
taste. celled t•ThldMl. • "'Appetizers," "Restorer-, - ete.„
ttutt lead the tippler cm to drunkenness and ruin, but
are a true metlieme. made from the native Roots and
Herbs of Califor , lla. free from all Alcoholic stimulants.
Tey are ihc Gold Wood Pnriger and Life Giving Prin
ciple, a perfect Renovator and I. rtgorator of the Sys.
tem. atrryieg o ff all polaoncmi matter. and restoring
the blood to a bealthy condition. No person can take
these Bitters according to directions, and remain long
1100 will be given for an ineniable case, provided tbo
bones are tot destroyed by millersl poisons or other
means, and the vital' organs wasted beyond the point of
re itr il' inflammaiory and Chronic' Rheumatism, and
Intermittent Perm, Disenlies of the Blasi. Liver,
RldneMwed'Elidider, Mae Bitters bare been most
successful. 'Bust Ditea.PCS are mused by Vlrated Blood,
which is generally produced. by derangement of the
Cicalae the Vitiated Blood whenever you find Its Ire
purities Manahan through the Skin In Pimples. Eruptions
or Bores; cleanse It when you find ft" obstructed and
sluggish to the reins z' cleanse It when It Is font, and
your feelings will tell you when. Beep the blood pure
and the health of the system will follow.
Pin, latte, and other Worms. lurking in the system
of so many tbOtisnuda, ere effectually destroyed cud re
Billicruillemittintaind Intermittent Fevers, these
Bitters bare ao equal. For tall directiona rend careful
ly the circular around Mtch bottle. printed In four lan
gaager--Enelt.h Geruiart'French and Spanish.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. 3R Commerce St.. N. T.
P. IL 3IeDONALD & CQ
Drug:Oita. and general Agent,. San Francisco a nd Sac
ramento, Colifginta, and R & 34 Commerce St., N. Y.
'SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS A DEALERS.
BE IT KNOWN!
That the burgeon ■pd best selection of
READY )FADE G`LOTRING, CLOTHS & CASS!
MIMES. DRESS GOODS OF ALL EINDs, DO.
AiLsTIC GOODS, SILAWLs, CLOAKS.
FURS. HATS & CAPS. LADIES'
FANCY GOODS, TRIMIdENGS, etc. etc.,
tope toned In this part of the State, can always bs
Wand at the wall•knowa and popular Store of
IL S. DEMI i representing title arm In Mont
rose, arrising Weight= New Turk with
A VBEY EXTBNSIVE STOCK
otabovo meditated Veda,' Nntable fol. the Pall and
Wlnterseamen, and'havlng taken particular pains In at ,
letting bandsotno etyles and designs, as well as.looklog
to the oldprettetit.••s lertny ISTO ie a penny earned.
Batter omelet* othrlad BARG/MEt for
who want tote) avid; in making their pastimes!.
We would request on/rind Inepectlon of our geode.
courrietzgais. ItOSENBAVId d. CO.
Montsose, Ott. Istria).
CASH PAAID •
Isetivaiod sffit 48' wicts 1w
pERICINS it HOME'S
Kerosene Made Safe at Last
The subscriber is prepared to offer the people
of Susquehanna County Perkins' Patent non-ex
plosive Kerosene Lamp—the only positive Safe
ty Lamp now in use. It has been thoroughly
tested by scientific men, and also by practical
use, and, is found to be needed in every family.
E. H. BINGHAM,
New 3.111f0n1, Suites Co., Pa.
Agent for Susq'a, Luzerne and WyominKpa's.
Jan. 12th, 1870.—tf
A BEL TURRELL,
DRUGGIST, MONTROSE, PA.,
le continually recoiling
'And keeps Constantly on band • ND and desirable as
sortment oi genuine
DRUGS, INEDictsrgs, CHEMICALS, LIQUORS,
Palate, 011*. D,re-Staff, Apiece. gold atke2 Oro
cezies, Stone Ware, Wa ll and Window Paper, Glass
ware, Fruit Jars, Minors, Lamps, Chimneys, Kens•
acne, liachinory Oil, Timers . 011, NesteOot Oil,
fined Whale 011, Sperm Oil, 01Ire Oil, Spirits Turpen
tine, Varnieries, Cynary Seed. Vinegar. Potash, Concen
trated Lye. Axle Grease, Trusses. Supporters, Medical
Instruments. Shoulder Bnsces, Whip', Gunk Pistols,
Cartridges, Powder, Shot, Lead, Oust Caps, Blasting
Powder and Fuse, Violins, Strings, Bows, etc. Flutes.
Flies. etc., Ptah Hooks end Lines, Bar and Toilet Soaps,
Clair Oil., Hair Beatorers. and Hair Dyes. Brushes,
Pocket Knives, SpectaclekStlver Plated Spoons,Forks,
Knives. Ac. Deatist Articles, • general assortment of
FANCY GOODS, JEWELRY, sod PERFUMERY
AU the leading and beet kinds of
In abort. nearly evi thing tat restore the Oak, to
please the taste, to d elig ht the eye, to entity the lane',
.d ale° to condors to e real and substantial comforts
of life. Enumeration Is linpractlcable se It would fill
a newspaper. Call at the Brag and Variety Store of
.Montrose, Jan. 5, 1810.
Of new Beaver, Broadelotba, Coatlnp, Plaid and
Plain Camtimeres,—ttho a new thing for Ladle.' Sacks,
by the yard, or made op to order. by
Nov. 41, aw. E. L. WEEKS 3 CO.
NEW DRESS GOODS.
New Prints, New Fancy Goods. New Illocids,deater
trimmed Joist received by
Nov. 24, 1e62
p RE LIQUORS
SEELY'S NATIVE GRAPE BRANDY, distilled
strictly pure and • teeny of other Brandies. Including
Cherry Brandy, Cider Brandy, Cc. Nearly all the differ.
cent kinds of Sum Holland Gin. old Rye and Bourboa
Whiskey. Alcohol. Pure Spirit, Bay Rata, /Cc., constant,
ly on hand and for sale by
Montrorr. March 27th.
pßor. G. E. sTED(E,
Would notify the pntilir of kithtirti 1 Corners and
vicinity. that he is now prepared te tan, all horses cm.
trusted to his mire, no matter what nr how bad their
bitsare IflttOt broke. on chnrtr mode
Also, inattnetion given how to tome tont own bones.
Auburn 4 tionierv.Nept. 21, 1569.—y
D RESS GOODS
Black and colored Dress Mika, silk warp Poplins.
Preach Merinos, Empress, Alp'cuts. and Papilla Alpaet
mu, entimes, rarmattas. Bombazines, Detains and
Mohair goods, In all colors and qualities, and in Frau
variet variety at (iuncubarg, Rosenbaum ES Co 's
IJIAINTS and OILS, of all kinds, for
ea le by ABEL TURRELL.
ILoatruar., March It, 1869.
1 1 11 E PLACE TO BUY YOUR
I GOODS, and io rot Terrain.. I. et
Ourrseiteno, Itostwastrts, it Co's.
. i: 'I
PWr have jug receited an assortment of Lake and
Mottnd Yinevani Wines, from Steam. Wilson. Morrow di
['Amberlin. Slew York. which for richnesand davor they
say are ensures.. sod. and that purchasers can relLtson
their parity—being free ham adulterations of any
The trade mark of the firm appears upon oven' bottle,
both on label and seal.
.pout rose. Yob. 8, 1869.—y
FAI,I, AND WINTER FASHIONS.
MN. M. A. BINDER has jpst arrived from Putts
and London with the latest designs, personally select.
ed hem the greatest novelties also, the most elegant
Trimmings , to he secured In Paris. tam. Ribbon.,
Velvets. Bridal Vella, Flowers, Vine Jeorcll7.sad,Trim
med Paper Patterns. loess and Cloak klaktng.
Exclusive agent for Mrs, hi. Work's celebrated system
for cutting ladle.' Orestes. .alines, hamar., etc.
N. W. corner of Eleventh and Chestnut Streets,
Sept. 22, 1863.-6 m Philadelphia.
RIGIIT FOR 1870.
33311W1=1.'fir 331:MILSWIX ,
lain constant receipt of NEW GOODS, 'oy which his
asportment Is rendered more and more complete add
attractive for all late usual varieties of trade for WO.
In New Dry Goode, New Orr:eerie+.
Now ficerdo-rcer, and New Stores, /roa, Medicine",
Pninte, Oils. Boots& Shoes, Wahl Paper, Window Shade*
Dais & Caps, BLOW° Bobes,l. 4 dies "rs. hoop
• Skirts, which wilt ad be said on the
most farorolls terms.
New Milford, Jan. lON.
QIIAWLS, CLOAKS, plain and fancy
ti CLOAKINGS, and Cloth Tdmmlop in Mat. Ira
MOT, lit Guttentore, Rosenbaum Co's.
P 117 090,
/Vo l k)
Especially designed for the use of the Medi
cal Profession and the Family. PObbeebteg tho se
Intrinsic medicinal properties which belong toan Old
and Pore Gin.
Indispensable to Females. Good for Kidney Com,
plainta. A delicious Tonic. Pat op In exam aratalo.
log one dozen bottles each. and sold by all
Mocers..te. A. Id. LuNriosa lb CO., es=
IT7B. No. IS Beaver 81.reet, New York.
For sale in Montrose, by
July 14-1, ABEL TERRELL. Agent.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
The jargest stock in the eonnty—all our own man
afactorewarmoted good work and so low as to defy
all competition. Men's. yonth't and boys' complete
cults, always s laeFa variety. at
GoTtexamos. Itossasatra, & Cos.
, BUFFALO ROBES,
Both 49.11 and without Ott:laming and lining. Ali
No , . 18LD. E. L. WEEKS &
811 k Bonnet Velvets In black and colors, Patented
Velvets and Plashes. Mown Father'. Whams: silks
Bala. sad Braces old Isaias' dress Caps, ladies' sad
4141re nliitilmmea and untrimmed Bate, Fremeeafr
eaklikindr,• Le. lbe.. skeins teed wrest. • ...,aamnio,- Valabibiavi s Cam
p inghandon Vmfistinento.
A BIG CAT'
ALOGUE WOULD BE 'NECESSARY IN
whleh to enumerate the new and elegant styles
BOOTS & SHOES,
Just received by
• EOOLESTON & SMITH,
At their new Store, No. 21 Court Street, corner
of Court and Water Streets, two
doom east of Hirschman Bros.,
BINGHAMTON, N. Y.
March 9, 1870. Call and see our Goods.
•T. 3P. r1"02231E13EL
NO. 82 WASHINGTON STREET,
First Docr North of the City National Dank.
~ '.N:. ~ 9: . . : .~
YRENCIL SWISS AND AMERICAN
/ GOLD WATCIIES,
• Of all Styles, and .old
CHEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE.
1 have also the best and most complete stock of
SOLID SILVER AND PLATED WARE
Prom the beat end most popular maker,. whose
goods have given perfect satisfaction to my patrons
far the past five yeses.
The stock willl be found the best ever openedln
Binghamton, and at ail times will be kept fell sod
complete, consisting of
SOLID SILVER TABLE WARE,
TABLI AND TRA SPOONS.
NAP/UN RINGS, FORKS. de.,
together with all the varieties of Plated Ware,sueb is
Tea Betts, Cake Baskets, Napkin Rings, Castors,
Knives, Perks, Bpaoas, de.,
of Single, Double, Treble and tuldraple Plate
111' SPLICSIDID STOCK OF
was ar'sr more complete. and I am Mod constant
daily additicme Wall the nor Nov
elties of the Mamma.
ALL MY GOODS AS REPRESENTED
For farther prod of thin !refer to
G. W BOTCHED'S. LEWIS RETMOITIL
T. a MORGAN, .L. S. WELLS,
D. MUNSON. W. LAGRANGE,
B. B. MERSERRAII, RILEY BURR.
H. DVBENBITRY, WARD IBEESEREAU
runs C►LL ad EXAMINB 01111 GOODS, AT
82 Washington St. '
BINGHAMTON, A.. t.
Li It '7Ol-11.2."
Pita. S, • -
STROUD & BROWN'S
Fire, Life, and Accident
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
CAPITAL REPRESENTED, over
Home Insurance Co. of N. Y., Capital and
Insurance Co. of North America, PM's,
Capital and Surplus, 2,000,080
Franklin Piro insurance Co., Phlls, Pa.,
Capital and Surplus, 2,600,000
Lymming County Mutual ineurance Co.of
Manny, Penn's, Capital and Surplus 4,000,000
Farmer's Mutual insurance Co. York, P a.,
Capitatand Sosplos, • 100,000
Connecticatldatual Life Insurance Co. of
Hartford, Coon., paying 60 per cent.
dividends to the assured. The notes
given for half the premlumla never to
be paid under aoycircumstances. be
policy will always be paid In fall, sad
thenoter given up. Capital, 11,000,000
American Lilo Insurance Co., Phlladel-
phis, Capital. 1,000,000
Travelers'insnrance Co. Hartford, Conn.,
Insuring against all kinds of accidents
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hart
ford. Cpnn Capital and Surplus, 81,030,000
Putnam Fire Insurance Co., Hartford, Ct.,
Hartford Live Stock Insurance Company.
Insurance on all kinds of Live Stock,
against theft and death from any
cause. Capital, 211,000,000
Y4F"A II badness entrusted to oar Care will hi , attend
ed to on fair term.. and all Ines.e promptly adjusted.
IFlrOftice first doar-cast from Banking Office of W.
li. Cooper dt Co., Turnpike at. Montrose, Pa.
STROUD' BROWN, Agents.
M. C. ftwtTorr. awn., Frlendrville, Solicitor.
Cam'. H. Sawn, Pdontrore, do
lindatros &metro, Cadmus. L. Snows.
Montrose, S p 1. 1909.
H UNT BROTHERS,
Wholesale & Ilea& Dnalereln
lIARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
NAILS, SPIKES, SHOVELS,
NINE RAIL. COC.VTERSruNK d T RAIL SINKS%
RAILROAD a MINING SUPPLIER,
CARRIAGE SPRINGS. AXLES, sICEINR- AND
BOXES. BOLTS, NUTS and WASHERS,
PLATED BANDS. MALLEABLE
FELLOEB. SEAT SPINDLER, BOWS, &A.
ANVILS, VICES, STOCKS and DIES, BELLOWS
HAMMERS, SLEDGES. FILES, ctc. Sm.
CIRCULAR AND MILLSAWS, BOLTING. PACKING
TACKLE BLOCKS, PLASTER PARIS
CEMENT. HAIR St GRINDSTONES.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS.LEATHERA FINDINGS
?ADIDAS K'S SCALES.
Scranton, March SI, ISM. 13,
If you suffer with Headache, try Marshall's Eilair,
and be convinced that although other remedies have
failed to cure you, this will give you Instant and perm•
intent relief. if by over excitement and fatigue your
nerves have become so weakened that headache ad.
usonishes you that:something more dangesoua may
happen, such as Paley, Dimness of Eight. and other
alarming nervous affections, then Marshall's Elixir, by
giving tone and strength to the system. restores you to
perfect health. Wherever food which should he diges
ted remains in the stomach, causing pain and uneasi•
neve for the want of that principle which would render
It resent digestion, then by using Marshall's Elixir you
will supply this deficiency and prevent Ito recurrence,
sod so be radically cured of Dyspepsia. The stomach
being thus cleansed from an unhealthy to a healthy con
dition, cosilveries slid the other atte..dant disorders of
the bowels are of necessity prevented
Price of Marshall's Elixir $1 00 per bottle.
Depot. 1901 Market it. Philadelphia. M. MARSHALL
Druae , sts. Proprietors.
For so le In Moutro. by
BCTINS & NICHOLS
`IAN ROOD : HOW LOST, HOW
REST , ,RED.
Jost pnblisbed,a new edition of Dr. CalverseelPs
Celebrated Essay on the radical cure (without
medicine) of Spormatorrinea, or dentinal wwskuesta. In•
voluntary Seminal 1.23.14 . 0, Impotency. 31ental and
Physical Incapnatty, Impedimenta to Mar Inge, etc ;
also, t'oetstratrmoa, ELmeesg. and Floa. Induced by
self-Indulgence or nexus! curio agance.
Mt — Price in sealed Anvelope only 6 cents
The celebrated author, iu thas•dintrable taco), clearly
drm .natra ea from a thirty y, •rierce.fhl practice.
that th.• alarming :convequcnres of twit-abut.° may ht
radically cured without the datigerott n•c of internal
medlcineer the application of the knifel pointing out
mode of cone at once simple, certain, and effectual. let
mean. of which every aufferer, no matter what bin con
dition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately, nod
Eff"This Lecture should be In the hands of every
youth and ovary man in the land.
Bent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address,
postpaid. on eecelpt of air coats • or two poat stamps.
Also, Dr. Culverurell's "Marriage Guide," price b 5 as
l, 17 ellS. J. C. KLINE& CO
Pr Bowery, NetsT rko, Post of 11“ üßz 4.558,
D OWN TOWN -NEWS
MIA ER AND COA TS,
fain Street, 5 doors below Boyd'. Corner. 31ontrost
FLOUR, GROCERIES, AND
We ere constantly rec tying nd now have outland,
afresh stock of Goods to oar 111 e which we w Moe])
CHEAP! CHIAFI CHEAP!
for cash, or exam •ge or p rodoce
COFFEE, SUGA R,
PORK, FISH, LARD,
~ HAMS, DRIED FRUITS,
CLOVER d TIMOTHY SEED; Ate
We.have refitted and made addition. t o oar Stock of
Pans. and are now reatly_to forward Butter to the belt
commission houses In New York, free of Charge, and
make Itharaladranceznen ta on consignments.
Call and examine our Stock before purchasing else
Where. andennotnee ' , aortal yes ofi he
GOOD QUALITY & LOW PRICES
of oor Goode.
C. G. MIMER; VP. R. COATS
Montrose, Aprtt 16, 1669.
OF wILLIAir IF. SMITH
Pi zee Tan NOT= : The extensive Funtitare
Establishment of William W. timitti, having been
matted sod greatly improved. the proprietor respect
fully announces to the citizens of Montrose end vicini
ty, that he is constantly making and keeps on hand the
largest cud hest asssortment of
FUR .NT r71"1:T - JM
to be found anywher this side of New York City.
Desks, Divans. Towelrecks, Lounges, Footstools
Center Lard, ?ter. Toilet. Dining. Kitchen sod
Cueras --Cane and Woodleat -Rockers, Cane, Flag
and Woodseste of every variety and style.
Eleissand Tete-a-tees, furnish/nit on short notice.—
Cana seat ebeire reseated.
A lame assortment—thenpest and beet In the market
Cane Seat Chairs.
am now enabled to supply my customers with a new
mobster WO cane seat their, or home manufacture, which
will be found greatly superior to those Iblinerly In
market, and yet are sold at Owls price.
CARVE-SEA' CRAMS RE-SEATED.
Mr Randy made coMns on band or furnished at
aliment:dice. Hearse alersys In readiness If desired.
I employ none but carefel and experienced workmen.
I lbtend to do my work well, and sell It as low name
WILLIAM W. slum
lihntrose,Feb 1808813. '
BEAUTIEU L SETS of FURS
In three and (oar stripe. Mink, Intel), Sable, Coney
*neer. Mink, graued, at
Nov ne, IEaM. E. IL WEEKS & CO'S.
FIATS, CAPS, & FURS.
Hats and Caps for Men and Hoyt' wc.p.r. Fano; all
grades, at • • ' avynciuno, Rosonmvu,
WOOLEN & KNIT OOGIV.
Ladies' Merino Uadergarmemts. Moods,. dose.
Aloves 6c. Gents' Wrappers and Drawers, Bcarts,
Jackets, Gloves °Call eorts, to great varlet?, at
Gorrimissia., - Goszaststrla , & Co's.
' Phiprik plain 611 eolort. Anet Odd opera. an d
thittln times; oars , l
dna -t wbße. Bed Blankets.
outrage ad norm Stablga; cloth. Cu semen. Beaten
~ .,4 gmh,,m,pw r by . tb o e ard In mit varlet): itt . -
.7"" '"Tr7 -- UTTRNBRRO, ROS. a CO'S.
COME AND BEE THE FLOOD OF
4. 4i D. R. LA TH 8.9.1!!
In lams quaaUtles, of al etyks sad Mon.
Of Hata and Ova, Fttra, Ready Kids Porktng, Rind
MOM, Bemis, Sackings. Hon* Mak*.
104 Blankets, Bad Spread', Hardware,
Crockery, Boole and Mums,
Re, Az. to
We ire Aceots for the Colobined
J'ARHAM BEWMG MAQIUN L a
Montrooc, Oct. 13, 1 860
FARM FOR SALE.!
The subscriber afar' for We his Pam, 'Mists la
the east part of New Mtlrani township, containing
ONE HUNDRED AND SIMILNTT-TMUED ACM
123 acres tmprovcd, wen watered by 'prince, and • wan
creek. There are two boons one new, and throe tarok
one new, and other outbuilding, a.nd tw; e trotiordarda.
The land not improved In hes ly timbe .
Terms made easy. For Rather Informatitat 411111 ea or
address the submiber at New Millard, ansces Co. A.
D ELAWARE, LACKAWANNA, apd
WESTERN RAILROAD. Sommer Anniesast
May 10, 1669.
Maill Pasting' Rail Prri
train. trail , . STAMM'. _ITSII.I.
1i4:06 ' New Yorke.. ..
I 11,15 New Ilatopon " I 1.25
If anent& Chunk.... 11240
;11 i'V..O . - Delaware....Dlne.... 11.33,
ill 7 , l= t l ° ,:a ~ 7,55 '
05,13 l,OO i F10pb0tt0m.......... 1 3,38
I 5,1 M 1,40 Montrose '7.15
o 5.56 2,10 Newldllford 11.61
t• os, - ts - 1,80 !Great Bend .
'Z, 1 P.M. P . 51 I oll'uot or Liberty-et, : 5.
R. A. Itrint,
General Pass. and Ticket
T EHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD, •
OEt sod after SepL 001. 1869, trains oa lbilitablek
Valley Railroad will ran ea follow.:
Leave Waverly June
don E. It W. 8.40 a. m.
Lacarall'e 10. rd
alonner's 10.51 "
Ileehoppan 11.16 "
Mehoopany II SI "
Tunk'nock 1153 "
L B.Juar. 13 Sl p.m.
Plßeton I.w " 4
Wilke. Barre 145
Walt< Baran 3.08 • •
Web Chunk 4.n)
Ar. at New 1 ork
Leave New York G. 55 p. m.
Iladelpbta 7.45 ••
Eaficon IILIXI ••
Rethlcham 10.30 "
Stc'h Chunk 13.00 m.
White Ila'n 1.87 p. m.
Wilkes See 7.51
?Melon 5,10 "
L. 6. IL Jon. 1520 ••
Tunk'nock 4.11 ••
Ileboopany 4.49 -
lileshoppen 457 ••
Skinner • K 5.15 •••
Llceyville 515 .•
Towanda 4.57 ••
Att.." 740 ••
Ar. at Waverly
Junction, H. B. W. 7.115
113r - : 4 o change of earn between Seranton add LfA
York, or between Scranton and Indladelpida. •-
Nov: 3, ISO.
AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE—,
COMPANY OF PHILADELPHL4
- 8. E. Cur. Farmih crud Walnui
ALEX. NrIIILLLDIN,. J. S. wfisdii;
GROWTH OF THE AMEBIC,( *.t.a-,
NO. OP POLICIES. AM. CIMMIIik
The American Issues polities on all distrade
at low rates, and for security and ittomptualla In
lu l s o u rs Is unsurpaased by any company 111,
HOT r POLLOCK. Ko•Oov. Pati'l3.ll.oW
J EDGAR TUOMSON, Pres. Penn. R. U.,
GEORGE NUGE.NT, Gentleman, reddeoes. Geheitir
ALBERT C. ROBERTS, President Pont* Saline
PHILLIP B MINGLE. Seed Merthant. 102 rirll
HON. ALEX. G. CATTELL, U. S. Senator,
27 North Water St.
ISAAC HAZLERITRP r, Attosnep at-Law, tdit *allot
L. M. WHILLIDTIN, Merchant, 40 and 22 South lltont jt,
HENRY K. BENNETT, Merchant, 743 Smith rime
GEORUE W. HILL, President Seventh Natintuti Hank.
JAMES CLAOHOTLN, President Comitteretal Na
tional I 'wk.
JOHN th ANAMA KER. Oak Hall Clothing Honsa,
corner Sixth and Market Stu, and Mai 1110-0111MNi ,
STROUD & BROWN, Agents:
Macau* of the N errooe,fiesolnal, Orlainanfi lea c
oaleystems—new and reHabletteatMent•—lA Reports 01
the HOWARD ASSOCIATION.' east b*siaillaialeir
et ix e nee lopea,free ofcbarge. AddresaDr.J.Sgoaall,
novenioN,lloward A ssoc ettos,lio IBottle White*
Philadelphi . •
Linen And Paper Collars And Cidll.. Tit 16.110184
Bow*. nospandirs, Umbrellas, Satchels, Trimlts, 111114 t•
and Flannel Bblrts In vapiety, at • •4 ,
coats, i msi "" 4 " I " Il k"'
CUSTOM WORK. NEM:U.I4V 47
TAILORING. An elegant autorlimat et
t DoeFkina.C.sailmerer.l3eavere. Chtnehlllap j VAV
ancy Venting., to., for Custom Watt.' allananal.
tell. Good Attlog , and imrkmarishipelanistred Min
Me, at OUTTZ3teltie. naaXnAMs Csliko
Tbe Grad American Sue Boma via BMA Wait:
For sale 1;7
41 ,. Y. &MIST,
Jut atitted at
tit p. ao.
• awe ..r
L 416 r" ,
At Mentroso, Pa,
• 10 .1