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Two lino in this Directory, one year, $1.50
earh additional line, 50 ea
WEBB & BEBE, News Office, and dealers in grocer
ies and Provisions. Crockery. etc.. Public , Avenue.
3.41.1119 E. CARNALT, Attarner nt—Law,kr one
doortse}ovrTarbellitouar.'Public Avenne. • --
WM. E. COOPER & CO.. Bankers. sett Forenzn Pas•
sage Ticissts and Drafts on Pngland. Ireland and Scot
J. IL FLETCHER'S Entine Saloon IP the Oar, in get
Ice Cream. Oyeture and Clans, In every ntyle. On 3lnin
et met. _ -
& BROWN, Grreral Flro and I.lfr lu+nr•
mice A Zent : al•o. 'tell Railroad and Aceldvut Ti, net •
to New York and Othce one door cant
of the Rank.
F. R. MAN DI.RIt. General Inroranceand Sew Ing Ma
chine Agent. Public ATemue.
.1 1.. TALBOT—the place to ret your Groceriee and
Provirdons, Pork. I rad. Taw. Srosar. Vire, To
bacco, Sn ull. oyr 'err and Iterrvehments, un
der S. IL Sayre &13rothcrf,
ItI'RNA the place toggq. Drnv , nnd Nld
(-men TAjbacco. Pipe.. Pocket-tiook,
Its. Yankee Notion', ke., Public Avenue.
—Over VOO, was raised by subscription in
Waverly for the wife of S G. Shaw, who was
killed on the Junction one day last week.
notigo workmen are busily engaged in
excavating, etc., on the Carey preperty recently
purchased by W. IL Morgan. No doubt some
kind of a mantlfactory is contemplated by the
—We understand that Dr. FleeLudt, has pur
chased, and will soon have in running order, In
his park, at East Towanda, what is known as
an "Oracle." It Is wound up like a clock, and
make, delicious music for hours, to those who
The Dr. is bound to have a fine place
for pleasure seekers.
Some onto %inter, Mr... Ward receivtaL al, —Finr•. —About 12. o'clock, on Sunday even
stroke or appopleXy, - Which greatly enfeebled ' ing, Bth inst., what was formerly a stone. house,
hint : and on Saturday 11.4thi he received anoth- owned by Wm. Rockwell. situated south of
er. num the effects of which he mmaintslinsen- Bridge street. was totally destroyed by tire Mr.
sible six hours, when he calmly expired. John Bradley who ocettpied the building as a
Mr. Ward was pre-eminently a talented, pub- steeling house, lost all of hi , futniture and
w S. MEAT), Foundry. and dealer In Plows and other I
lie spirited, patriotic, hospitable, benevolent and household goods, Insurance 4400, The prop
nteatille, one door from Phinney's Hotel, Main st.
,c mete otis gentleman, who was respected and he erty belonged to the Pa. & N Y Canal & H R
N F. RIMIER. Carrbige Yager and Us
Main Street, two doors below Ilawley'
loved be all who had the good foltune to form Co.— Thwasda Argos.
actittaititanee- His death tests AL (ince 3iii- —Norman ('ole's barn in Windham, Pa, was
MecoLLUM BROTHERS, Dealers m Grocer:es awl '
Prot. irlOrfe, on Main street.
nounced our county court, then in sessiim,by -set on fire on Sunday night, the Ist inst and
11. GARRET & SON. Deniers In Floor. F.,(1. Meal.
1 Judge Mi rear, and as a manifestation of respet buritA to dui iiround. Fortunately the building
Salt. Lime, Cement. Groceries and Provisions on for the deeeased. the Court adjourned. wasuuirly - empty No Insurance.
Main Street, opposite the Depot._ On Monday intuiting a 'fleeting of the Judge, —tin o'it, that a first-class organ is to be placed
nkr DEN. Mann'aeturers or (1, 1 ,nr. and and members of the Bar convened, at which in the
p ri-shyterinn Church of this place, frimu
Wholesale dealers in Yankee Notions and Ffln.)
G0d...61'3' Main Street, lryt.lol. Episcopal Church.. Judge Streeter presided, who, on taking his seat celebrated miumfacturer in Philadelphia. It
gave a very in tere.ting history of Mr. W. ar fs'ear. will be completed by autumn, at a Cost o f $4,000
lye life its an Editor and a Lau yet- of distinguish- —L. E. Chubbuck, of Orwell, recently C3p-
AINBY dhIAYDEN, Dealers in Drug. nod Medicine.. ied ability. After the adoption of resolutitms of Inrvid a bald eagle, which measure; six feet and
and Manufncturers of Ciipirs. on Main Street, near i respect, eloquent tributes, to his rectory were six inches from tip to tip: lie is still alive and
pronounced by Gen. Patton, 11. W. Patriek,and prospering finely. and is considered a great cu-
STF.PHENS. Horse Shoeing and general Repairing . Elhanan Smith, ergs. riosity
on main Street, etoth of the brie
(41 T0.... 1 .)" the Plac ,,, of business hr oar —FATAL ..IcCiDuNT.—On Monday, May Bth,
ough were chasvd; arid. in the ,afteraooli hn- a son of Dr. Drake, of Granville, was thrown
- prtssive funeral sermon was rreached at Mr. ! from a cast-iron drain roller and instantly
Ward's late residence, by Rev. Mr. McGiuthery. The boy struck one of the horses, •causing hint
0. Y. HAWLEY. Basler In general Merchandise, on the eloquent pastor of the Episcopal Illinrch. Ito jump and throw him in front of the roller,
Main Street, opposite Phlonel's Hoist. A w,r-thy citizen, neighbor, and friend, has when it ernshtxl him, producing death immedi
passed away, lief ond the reach of these capes- ately
sions of serrow. The scenes and circumstances —R. B. Sickler, of Slieshetinin, Pa.. caught
of his life, in which trout his earliest manhood on S un d a y , Etth l as t a go ld en ea g l e , measuring:
he Itail taken so active and distinguished a part. 7 feet 4 inches from "tip to tip" and weighin ,,
with him have terminated—his voice and his lb,. The bird was captured after a severe
pen are now silent and still. While we sorrow , truggle, In which Skitter received sever.' on
Sir his ileparturu, let us Qberish a remenilininee plcavott wounds.
of his virtue, The family have sync,-4h.C. Atwood, of Hu lick. informs us that
paths of the u hole community.— .1 ,- - while in this plac,. on Wednesday, 11th inst., lie
y list a roll of greenbacks, containing about seven
L COX. Ilsrness maker and dealer In all articles
rnally kept by the trade. opposite the Bank. •
n novn en,. in
and M.tnufartnrern of Tin lnd Sheol iron ware, corn,
of Mitt, and Tornplk, Airect.
}14)11-1R. S I.INES, Morchnnt Tnilor,, And dealer, In
Trimtninfal, and Fnentrhinz G00d... and
A4ents for Singer Sewinv Machine. ott Main mreet.
A IC III'LLA Rll, Dealer in G,ore• to, Pt ovl-1..n.,
Itoot.s, BtuUnnery and Ynnlter Nuttonn. nt brad 01
T SPORE & Dealer• In Sto•e., fl Art hvn,.
Acrlcolturul ImplclucutA, Flour nod Grocer:ea, oppo.
cite Tarboll llouee.
RAYNSFORD & MITCHEL. !Avery and Exeltance
Stable, In rear of Bank bntlding. '
.1 R. DEWITT & CO., Dealer* In Dry Hood,, liar d
ware and general nierehat,dl.e, corner, near Btlek •
N. SHOEMAKER. New 'Milford. Pn keep. consinntly I
on hand floe freeh rronni enyrign Plaetor. for Pale at I
eS per ton, Smorneniville,Pn.•
MOSS 4tr, liti AP. Leather Manntartnrer+ and dealers,
In Morocco Ftindlno...4.c.. near F.plaropal Churn •
WIMPLE & Denlere in c,.neral3lcrchandine
on Main Street.
1.. S. LE - NI - TEM. Manufacturer or Leather, and thnier
in general Merril:invitee, on Main it
11. C. DORAN, M^rrhant TAllor and Itpadr
Made CI thing, Dry Good, GrOCCrlttl and Pros
Iflll-111 WIIITE, :HewnMaar, of awl titskr to roper'
or Plow. and Carting.. •
GIB• 40 \
EDW ARO+ & BRYANT. IK,nnfaetnrer, of Wriz
and Sleig.ba, near the Ingalla' Store,
We call attention to the fact that a more free
circulation . of Democratic papers among the
people must be to their benefit as well us to that
of the party. Why should any farmer ben ith
out his own county paper? Why should any
Democrat., fur the small amount of Two Dollars
per year, deny himself the pleasure of reading a
newspaper at least once a week?
In fact most of our farmers should take two or
ihree papers, and no one is so poor but that one
paper at least could be taken in a family. We
hope that the question of newspaper circulate
will be taken in band by the most setivt. Dem
ocrats in each locality, and worked hp until ev
ery Dernoctic in Susquehanna county will
have a paper representing his principles sent to
Look to it at once, for the whole que , tion de
pends upon the proper enlightenment of the
people upon the issues before them.
The practice indulged 'in by i not a few people
in this place isome of whose names we havel of
borrowing the paper of their neighbor (in mane
instances before the latter has read it himselft
a very reprehensible. one. An exchange says
We know it is hard to refuse a neightu;r er
acquaintance the privilege of reading his nen..
paper, but some borrowers have MO , delicacy
and sensitiveness, and a prmnpi, tlat refus.d to
encourage them is sponging on others tier nt u s
and interesting reading would not hurt theta
much, and might induce titian to take and pay
Air a g ood paper. It is unjust to the subscriber,
and deprivesthe publisher of the rer and he 1..
entitled to from all who detiv(t4 plmsure and in
struction front the paper it costs him so much
money to iasue.
'State Superintendent Wickerscam gives
notice that an examination of the graduating
class of the State Normal School at Mansfield
will commence on Monday, June 13, at U o'clock.
it_ It. The Board of 'Examiners will consist of
Principals Cooper, Carver and Verhill, the State
Superintendent or Deputy, and the county Su
perintendents of the counties of Tioga, Wyom
ing, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Bradford and Ly
The friends and patients of Dr. Warner ill
be glad to learn that he will visit this village
again Tuesday and Wednesday, May at, and
June 1, stopping as usual at the Tarbell Douse.
Dr. Warner's former visits to this place have
made his name so familiar to our readers that
le-need only to mention the time of his visit
The Grossing Crops,
The April report from the Agricultural De
partment of the grivetlment shows that the ap
pearance of wheat is not as promising as it was
last season at that time. In New England the
little winter grain which was sown is doing,
well, though the frost has visited with unfortu
nate results some of the northern counties of
Maine and New Hampshire. In more than one
half the counties of New York the reports * are
hivorable, and the same is the case with New
Jersey. In Pennsylvania the growth is more
iackward, and in many sections of the State the
wheat was winter-killed. The returns from
Delaware and Maryland are meagre, and report
some damage to grain front ice and cold. From
the Southern States the reports promise a crop
of wheat, on the whole, above the average. As
• whole the report is considered favorable for
the coming crop.
'TEE Roam balitorzo Bawnia Item=
.br Bale at'Cobb*P?otograph Galiery,Montrase.
May 4-4• s.
Death of. Gen: Ci-L.
This estimable Pentisylyania gentleman died
at ,his Mb fislklollle;MlTtrwandt* -13101.0.11 . 1
on Saturday morning, 14th inst., of apoplexy,
He was very sucemstbl as a business man—
having amassed a large fortune in the county in
which he lived and died. Many years ago he
bought large quantities of land in that section
of the ,fitate, and disposing, ol' them at cheap
mtdtoactual suttlirsifie aklfied , mry materialV Large Real Estate Sales,
to its population and wealth. Feitcher, 'Howard Elmer and R. A. El
He w:4•5 a printer in early Ile also read tner, of Waverly, and Charles 1,. Anthony, of
law ; was admitted to the Bar, and practiced New York City, have purchased near the Junc
with success. don, the tarm of .Simon 11. Morley, for $22,000:
He was the intimate friend of Silas Wright, the farm of Stephen Hopkins for $lB,OOO, and
James Buchanan, Thomas H. Benton, Andrew on the plains, the farm of Cob W. 11. Thomas
Jennson, Calib Cushing, Charles J. Ingersoll, for $11;1,000, In addition to other impmverrients
Horatio Seymour, and other eminent Democrat- it is intended to open immediately, an avenue
is leaden. He was a man of most excellent 'throdB4,l , ltese farms and those of Hawley Tozer
judgment, and his counsel WI EL L 9 sought by such arab& Ellis BOW wide to Sidney, Ilaydens.
men as we have named because they considered The road from Sidney Hayden,' to Athens a
it of great value. be widened to 60 feet, thus making an sir liar
Mr. Ward was an ardent Democrat. He was drive, to Well's Gate, four miles in length. which
not only a geutlentan or the old school, but he
.i xviU in time rival any drive outside our great
was a Democrat of limpid school. Mr, 13uebare+1 cities.— Waverly Adrocate.
an offered him high honors during his Prmsitfen
dal term, hut he declined them
In IS.-1 he was tat:Linn:ln of the I)emoeratic
Suite Central Committee, :mg contitteted. the
ltet tellan emnpaign with vigor.
In private life In was Geld in hirh esteem Ile
was fond of liter:dun% and devoted himself vi
his laxiks out , If pure love for them. Ile was in
' flexible Itact-4 to his busimss transactions.
Da. death of such a man is inileod a loss io
the State True, he had ceased to mingle as.
Lively in political affairs, but when death came
t Linn, it struck a shining mark at which the
younger men of the Commonwealth might m 11
have looked as an example of parity,
and patriotism.— I 'alley
Accident. to Live Stock. hundred dollars. Mr. A. says he would not like
Fittest , ll' w EY :—Among the litany
' to offer a reward of more than $705, but that if
niers odour county there are daily occurring in- the finder does not see fit to return it to him, he
cidents. which, if recorded, would give practical would merely sui.Nest that he give it to some
knowledgi. to our neighbors, and perhaps elm- henevolent society.
hle them to avail loss when placed In similar —Nathan Northrop recently caught a "speck
eiremnstanees led beauty - mhich weighed 0. 4 pounds after it
A 14 n . days since 1 lost a tine cow which lam was dressed, Mr. N. presented it, together with
satisfied wall have been relieved had I been in- se% eral others of a little less size, to 31. C. 31ev
formed of the nature and probable remedy of cur, }Ng.. of this place.
the injury. My 'a hole herd gut into a and —A most singular accident; and narrow es.
in the midst of the atTray, one "as violently cape o ccurred an Itidgbury township during the
thrown upon her head, causin_ a partial dialog thunder storm on Tu,slay evening of last meek.
cation of the neck at the head, She fixed nearAlitAs Michael Conklin, of that township, was driv.
ly through the third day After removing the lag his team from the field where he had beery
skin, I examined filr the difficulty. The joint at work, lightning struck the horses killing them
was s lipped a s ide, so that by (111.11114' the 11,1, instalitiy. Mr. C. was rendered unconst ions by
away, 1 could easily put are finger into the the stroke, 1,91 reoW'vred after a short time lie
joint the toll length of the nail. The neck of naturally feels that lac had a very close call
the cow was quite crooked atter ,the injury, and --Gen:lfillor and Wife left their lioniciip liar
while she lived an
,unusual projection was quite risburg on hearing of the death of Mr. Ward,
pvrreptihie. The animal was helpless after the on Saturday, reached Pittston too I ate to take
accident, though apparently retaining much of , the regular train for this place. Assistant Sil
lier usual strength in her hind legs. perintendent Desmond, learning the situation of
After satisfying myself about dislocation, I affairs, fitted up n train—took charge of it him
placed my foot upon the knob, and straightened self, and brought them here early Sunday inurn
the crosik.al neck w idiom difficulty. • ing.-11ficanda Beparter.
Can any one tell what would have been the _
effect '.pun the living cow ?
Ilay 21. 1870.
The Key%tone State.
S. Hayden, of Athen., 6radt . . 4 - ‘ 1 county. turn
the .1t hen. e; Ira her with the f,4l,,Nriog ex
planation of the title. " Keystone St.Lte, - tn. al ,
pin, to Pennsylvania :
The tle,iLmation of Prnit,ylvailia a," ILI
lietone :sta;e:' originated in the ol
Washington, neur the elo?e of the last century.
or elrly in the pres , nt. When the seat
Feckral G..‘,•lnno•nt was by art of congTet.
perutuuc•uil ICal don tj P.,t ('onnni--
Kienern were .I,p.,inted lu lik(,ite the sitr ibr a
new city there, who I.utployed II French en-i
-neer. by the name "(I.:Enfant to design and lay
Beside% the multitude of street,: Illippeoi old
and de,ignated by the A, B, (.76, and 1. 2.:1•. he
also planned a number of magnificent broad ae.
enues, running diagonally arr.,. them. The
three principal avenues run: nearirparultei t lin:
the centre of the city, rr,,m the cam branch of
the Potomac, to Rock creel: near Georgetown
Of these the central one seas named Penn.sylva.
nia Avenue, the one east of it Massachns tt A v
en ue, and the one north of it Virginia Avenue
" Pet,t,ylvania Avelino, as is sell known. be
came the great thoroughlav , of the city, and
where it uas extended across Rock ('reek to
Georgetown, a stone bridge with a single arch
was erected, with stones unused in building the
walls of the (...patol in constructing the nrch
of this bridge, thirteen ring or arch stones were
exposed to view. on each sideeof which were
engraved the initials of one or the thirteen orig
in=! States. Those formi
the arch, were N. H., 3111,4
N J.. those on the sow.:
N. C.., Va., Md. and Del.:
teenth, or Keystone 01 this
Pennsylvania were eugm
as to be seen by all who
" From this circumstat
tained the name, and to
known us the Keystoie
since been dt.itroyed-unt
But It will be long befot
to he known by the mum
the keystone of this arch,
ington, bore her
Serious Accident. 4
The Carbondale Ackan,9 , Rip n NAY of
last week a serious accidentO - h di.rre4 , 4 the
turnpike to Wayinart, near the riAidtinee of John
Roberinati, EatiiititivihOto old - E,Zogine
House site. Mr. Win. Clark, of tt township,
was on his way to Prompton to take over a sis
ter in law with a - horse eadh tottay. At that
point, meeting a team loaded with household
goods, the horse became frightened, shied, up
set theyiptsgrithioTintont Mr. Clark and the
lady, and Warm both arrerely, then ran rio-
•-towardtown strewing .the. fragments of
,the buggy in his course. Mr. Clark and the bi
lly weretaken to the residence of Mr. De 'ls
Fontaine where they were kindly cared for by
him , atid wife.
P. Crams was called and found Mr.
Clark had two ribs broken and was otherwise
injured. Ilia lady was less seriously hurt.
busy Ticking. oli the old settlers,
Int are identified unit the earlier history pr
t•crititton, and whose works are lirimr mtniu.
went , of their wort h.
--Nlr Nathaniel Clapp, of Hyde Park, died
last evening 10 o't lock. Ile waN born in
S.tr.,tog.t county, N. V. April 111. 1;95
—.fames.fennin•z:. working. at ('ar'n Patch
31n0 , . ,•i c ,.,1 scalp mmi, ch:,'h
l'a ne.irly complete paral,is of both upper
and I,•,cr c‘tnowiti• , . Ile 111:11I,!. impr. •
--Stephen C'onrwr, working at tireenwissi
Colliery, was :severely injured by a failing roof.
1 e will probably reuuver
—.k brmktn:ut on the L. A - . S. Railroad, h a d
his band smashed while coupling (IN. 11C 1%
ponveyeti to Matthew's drill; store, and awed( al
aid wilt for.
LW Slaughter !louse of S. M.
Santee, in Pine Brook, ea, set On tire on Sun
dai morning. The building was burned, ilk..
some :IMO pounds or tallow, mo cows,
screral ions or hay and ether personal
propt n 3
and Kinney. will probably brie their sight.
—The following dl.oriptiv.• reference to
•rantnn, in 'furrier's Gqz,tker for 113.7.4, appears
Ic amusing at this time. but it i. worth
—War the thower last week two houses,
belonghs*.respectively to. Prentiss • Lyman and
Waftelciton; it short distance from 3leshop-
Pen.'were struck by lightning. No Wrious Men
age was done to either house. Mr. Lyman's
daughter was home alone when the charge came
down the chimney. It burst open the stove,
scattering the tire over the carpet, doing other
damage. She, however, being in en adjoining
room, bad strength enough left and preset= of
mind to put out the fire end save- the • house
lays lig° three men were badly
ry a mine explion at the Roaring
Shaft, near Dunmore. Two men named
anton, p. 0., hozerne co.. Pa.. no in. N
Tistiurg. Situated ou the It. b. of Lacka
ink cr., and on the Lackawanna & Wist
,iat.l, 50 in. front Groat Bend, N. Y. It
extensive iron workin, and 75 inhab-
bad history, as Scranton at that time
•ml thousand inhabitants.—Fcrre uton
igements are being made by the Grand
the Republic, Roberts Yost, No. 18S,
orough, for the appropriate obsemauce
tam Day, - being on'the 80th Inst.
:kin : a - day - the 12th Inat., the livening
itr:rap into two cows, killing one a knost
.11r; pag.hrealting the hind leg of the other.
Felton's house had some of the shingles
torn up, the gable and window broken In and
some damage done to the furniture Inside.
—A very serious smash-up occurred an the
railroad near this place on Saturday, the 14th
inst. It seems an empty coal car In the freight
train bound north struck the frog, and bouncing
up jumped the track and run upon the sills un
til] within a few rods of the depot, where it run
off entirely, dragging several cars with it, while
the momentum of the train, the rear cars of
which were loaded with pig iron, pushed the
airs on tap of each other in a most miraculous
manner. No person was hurt —7 l uodiannork
Land For Sale.
One hendml uere..; of land. situated a mile
and a halt from Sidney Plains, Delaware coup•
tv. N. Y.. and the junction of the Albany and
gustfa RAI and the Midland K.li. Abotit forty
arms cleared ; Timber enough upon it to more
than pay for it a comfort:ll)e house, good land,
and well t‘atered. Inquire immediately at this
office, or at' O. M Hawley, New Millbra, Pa.
May 4th. 18111-1 ,
?Medical Soelet y.
The Susquehanna county Medical Society mill
hold their nut semi-annual meeting at llophot
tom, Wedumlay. June 1, 1870. A general invi
tation i+ given to all reg,-ular practitioners. A
clinic will be licld at one o'clock, r M. all eases
treated fre^ of charge.
I'. L. GetuiEtt, S4,crutairy
Mar 18-4 w
—The editor of the Montrose &publiatn hus
"Peceuvie , I "
—We were visited by quite a mild thunder
storm on Thursday last which a n beli e ve was
the first of the season.
—The Radical "Ring leaders" unlike the good
people in the days of Zephaniah, wag their
"heads" instead of their "hands" We guess
they have heard from New York.
—There was another rind more seven thun
der storm passed over this place on Saturday
last, accompanied with a very heart . wind. It
blew otf the top of a fine maple tree in front of
Wnt. J Mniford's store which hi.d withstood
the storms for many a year.
—Our "grammar Master" proposeA to search
the scriptures hereafter. We think it a good
asolin ion as he may learn if he will a good les
,ion of charity. He sacs he is not a "preacher,"
but we think perhaps he has neglected to hear
preaching as often as he ought to have done.
—Another thunder storm may be looked for
next week. •
--The social will meet at Mrs. Fanny Lsth
rop's on Friday evening next.
An) person proysslng to get drunk and
manifut his quarrelsome disposition must be
ware of our efficient peace °dicers, or he will
find himself caged as we notice such things oc
cur quite frequently lately, without regard to
sex, color, nr previous condition of soberness.
—On the 10th lust., while we were having a
delightful shower, the house of Benjamin Lind
say was struck with lightning A rod on the
house took part of this charge, the remainder
went in the opposite direction into the pantry,
broke a kerosene lamp. set fire to its contents,
po t ... Irtac at tne time MCA, +rev.
four personssin the house, more ur Ims shocked.
A nwnber of the rooms show effects of the pas.
--On Thursday last the barn of Baker Wood
ward, was also struck with lightning. A scan of
horses were in the barn at the time--damage
—The Flonring Mill of Wm Watterson,
which was burned ewmc twelve months since, is
now being rebuilt. Tlw frame will be raised in
a few days. Mr. W. k an ex-perienced mill
wright, and will get up ,me creditable to himself
and the township.
—Jared Baker. formerly of Brooklyn, but now
of Ness York, is the owner of two farms about
~ne-fourth of a tulle north of our village: on
one 0( them ab itit c,,us,),a , az° he bulk an
elegarttiVitfr*,: filftdring, .ricc, out
fwo years'since lie erected
„ h u lloi ng e 4 ,1 00 t e nt , t wo :dories, and masOhry
wc.rk underneath of nbont Ist feet To what
US, this building Is to be loot it a My%Wry to
MS anl one year ago his tor- . man had orders
ft a another structure '24 v 72 tl believe) with a
large wing or ell upon one side and which has
nine g .„1,1,, I lands are now at a ork finishing
this house up in an elt‘gatit and costly manner.
This building, the fireman says, is evidently go
ing to acrommodate three or four families. Mr.
B. is one of those men who makes his own cal
culations, and has but few worts in relation to
his plans of business. We wish Mr. Baker suc
cess in Ida undertaking, and We as n people will
quietly wait for the sequel, or development of
Ids plans, &c. M.
I :MI el.)lleeit'ed I,FIII - 41 and W. t,td,
A 4 other creaturtat be
Yet three 1., neither firt-h nor i t tr io d,
Nor Itttite retnainq in me:
Tic.) tuok me front inc mutt er's
.%tid cot elf my to.):
Thcy ace tne Rarli a dratight to drink
1 such cirtne had :
I made a ar !tot weep king, and king,
Anil made tixi) Is l•rs glad
A ettrerullt in•tTartttl stateme n t, h r a
\ltisbington correspondent (.1 the N. Y.
II ‘trhint' Ilondac. exhibits in details the
mnrnm,snir;t!!c?ahontt n h prepet mkt]
Congre-i cat llte peol le. iti the shapeof
land Kr ants t.. Ow. ‘Vcptern railroads and
ot her pretended internal impr,tventent pro
jet•ts. The aggregate lire:tot' territory grant -
d already is nearly 400.(t00 wluaretnlles, or
one-eight of the t irk. En rfave of the Uni
ted States. During this session. one
hundred and sixty grab bills have been
introduced into Cong.ress uhieh ff passed
will gobble up flit reittaattler of the pub
NEW Yocum PRODUCE EARKI.PTs
Correeed weekly by William Ilodcdon, 2 ,.11
Fallon . - it.., New York.
Week ending May 21, 1870.
Rutter, pail ... .. • . • , . . .
.. . 430,34
" firkin .. 31(03
CliNise, dairy. per lb ... ..... ...... . 14415
.. factory ". ...... ........ ..... 15018
1....;z1; . , per doz 17(g18
Floor, per bagml... ......... . .... 4.1;00)5.50
Corn meal, 100 lbs... .... 2.:V g 2.30
Wheat, per bttshel 1.20(01.40
Rye . " 100(01.00
Oa ts " fA469
corn 1 IWI.IB
Rope, crop of 1880....... ........ .. 15418
Reef, sides, per lb 13q,14
llogs, "... 9412
Potatoes, per bbl. '1.504,2.G0
Turkeys, per 1b.... ...... . 22(429
('llickens " . • 23 c(h'.....'5
TIZLEI.T B / 5 1 .
GRIr Forest Lake, on the 17th Inst.,
Elisha Griffis, aged 81 years.
Mr. Griffis came to this county with his fa
ther's family in 1799, and, in common with the
settlers of that early time, endured the priva
tions and hardships of pioneers. In early man
hood he purchased and settled upon the farm
(then a wlldernm) that has since been n his home,
the birth-place of his children and place of his
death.He was a faithful and earnest business
man, a kind parent and neighbor ; an d now - he
relkt s 0p416 Owl; haidde• :
From the premises of the subscriber, about
the 12th inst., six Yearlings-4 heifers, I white
steer, 1 mull) , steer, l light red stem Any in
formation of their whereabouts will be thank
fully received and fairly rewarded. Address,
Richmond Rill, P. 0. THOS. CLUNK
Silver Lake, May2ls, 1870.-8*
THE LATEST ARRIVAL,
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
DRY GOODS, NOTION'S, TRIMMINGS.,
Bats itaxas:l Daps.
Scooting ehaaci 111033.420c0m,
NOVELTY CLOTLIM WRINGER
The Best in Use.
We keep a FULL STOCK of the above arti
cies, and sett them at the
VERY, LOWEST PRICES
iff'CASII PAID FOR WOOL.
Cull and examine our :3.tock
Iltrotro,. May 25, 1270.
$2OOO A YEAR AND EXPENSES
To agents to sell the celebrated WILSON SEWING MA.
The pest machine In the world. Stitch alike
on both sides. One Machine - without Money. For furth
er particular... address 2 N. 'Jib Ph. (mnithn3•
THE FOLHOM IMPROVED Twenty-Five
s2os — Dollor Family Sewing Machine, The cheap
est First Claws Machine In the Market. Agents scanted
iu every Town. Liberal commission allowed. For terms
9nd circular, addrer.s A. B.TJANn.rom. [mayGAgnt, No.
,eMetiestrint at.. Philadelphia. Pt. • ta—amtlio
IRON IN THE BLOOD.
and expels dboase by supplying the blood with
Nsrms's OWN Vrrsitmuck Aanur—LEON.
Coutiow.—Be sure you get Peruvian glom.
Pamptdetli tree. J. P. DINS3IORE. Proprieton
No. 38 Dry 131.., New York.
Sold by Druggists genertili7.
\larch 16, 18i9.—y
C TIOVER A; BAKER'S
FIRST PREMIUM ELASTIC STITCH FAMILY
459 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
rooms OF EXCELLENCE
Scanty and elasticity of Stitch.
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
Using both threads directly from the epoch.
Nu fastening of seams by band and no waste of
Wlde range of application withont change at adialt
The *tam retsinA Its beauty and Ormnese after warn
ing and Ironing. „ .
Beside* all kinds of work done by other Searing Ma
chine*. mese Machines - nieente the most beautiful
end permafient Smbroidery and ornamental work.
[tribe IlliatettXPrectinms at nil the fairs end exhi
bitions of. he United hours and Europe. have been
awarded the firoser lb Baker stewing ;Mashies, ard
the iodations by them, wherever exhibited in compe
[4T - The very hi„ohest prize, TICE CROSS OF TOE
LEGION OP HONOR, was conferred on the reptusent.
nitres of thettrgyar Avilaksr fuming blaehloes, at the
tzpositiort, Uuirerselle, Parts, thus attesting
their great superiority pier all other elewthit Yhthines.
For sale Ly . T. B. OLIANDLER. liOntrose
la¢el. lye. ,_.
AUCTION i - .441/CTION
It• The subscriber will. sell at public sale on his
premises Gibson, em • Saturday, May. 28th,
commencing at 10 o'clock *a. tn., the following
property, to wit: • -
A coal burnerixioking_: Stove, Stove Funii
tore, a quantity of Stove Pipe, a large brass Ket
tle. Tables, Stands, Chairs, Bedsteads, Barrels,
Meat Casks, Soap Casks, a barrel of Soap, and a
large number of articles not named. Also, if
not previously sold, 6 Hives of Bees, a quantity
of Bee Hives and Glass Boxes.
TERMS OF SALE.--All sums under $5.
cash ; $5 and over, six months credit with in.
terest and approved security.
Gibson, May 11, 1870.—5w5
L IBERTY TOWNSHIP
Ain't of autstinding bonds with interest4B69.(3 4 l
•• ordent, chargeable to
M. L. TRUESDELL, i luditom
W. M. BAILEY. (
Liberty. May I, Ib7o---43mal
THE PLACE TO TRADE
THE BEST YARIETT OP GOODS. AT THE MOST
.Guilenbay, ?esenbaum 4 'f,o ,
Largo and handsome selection of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
For men. boys' and youths' wear. Floc selection of
CLOTHS. CASSIMERES, COATINGS, Sc
For Cuajom Work. We take measures and retake up ger
man% to order, after the newest and most tasty styles.
Large variety of PIECE GOODS to sell by the yard. A
Eno variety of Gents' FURNISHING GOODS, Neekilos,
Ikters, Paper and Linen Collars, Shirts, Trunks, Satch
els, Umbrellas, etc, Large eeloetiou of newest styles of
of variou4 oastrrial. ID our Th 7 Good+ E.partneera you
Pvplias. Mohair,. Alpacas (black and ell the lead
lag calon sad shades. Nara Percales. printed ()ruse
dies and Muslin,. Ireach Giughams, etc.
Table Linen. Towel, Napkin., ISS Jaconeta
PARASOLS, Sunshades, Skirts. Comets. Kidd and
Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, Ilandkereblers. Collars and
SHAWLS. SAQUES. of 'vnliotm mnti•rlnl and In dif er.
Trimming, Puffing, Fringes, etc.
DO MESTIC GOODS, Manlius, Callum, Ticks, DC011124
we have • lame aclettion In trtmmeti and untrimmed
Hata, Pondoarna, Flowers. Ribbone, Satin.,
Laces, Blonde, Frames. black and colored Crepe., Sc.
The prices on all oar Goods are marked away DOWN
and will defy all competition. Oar vitals are bought iu
large quantities, and sel,ted e ith ttreat care, and we
flatter ourseleca that we can girt satisfaction to all.
Montrute. May 11. Iw7o
TEvery kind of Ten In market lust argred. and
for sal. at New York wholesale price . Also a fine as.
sortment of COFFEE. Buy of we and save express
charges. ABEL TT It
Montrose. Pa.. April 2). 1871.
VEW WA 1.1.(1'A
Jurt nrrnred. and .Aline; rhrepby
Montrofe, ABEL TURREI.I
Eli Waltham Watches
Al' THE COMPANY - 8 PRICES.
And warranted by the Company sent with every watch
Price LIPt and descriptive Catalogue emu to any address.
Orders biled by expire,. C. 0. 0. with the privilege of ex
Initiation before para.., the mom,. Address
ALEIANDER ft HARPER.
SO, Chccnnt street, Philadelphia.
Cucumber Wood Pumps
The Rest and Cheapest Pumps ever made.
Durable, Miable, accurate and perfect, and give
They air adapted
depth of well upto
water very family
one can put than
in repair, & when
In " directions,"
give perfect satin
ASK FOR RLATCHLEY'S
(MCI)" MISER W 001) PI:NI PS.
Evert• Pump sold by me or my authorized
agent guaranteed genuine.
CHARLES G. BLATCIILEY, Manf r.
624 and 626 Filbert street,
Ap. 6-6 m
HOWARD SANITARY AID ASSOCI-
For the Belk:read cure of thc.Erring nod tiufortunate,on
Principle+ of Ch Het tau PeiLinthr.py.
Essay. on the Errors of Yonth and the of - Age.
In relation to If arrlage and Social Evils, with pant tary
ald for the sillteted, Seat free, In sealed envelope& Ad
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Dos P. PtalaaelPhia.
ALI. RIGHT FOR 1870.
23:1331%71Er5T mrcrztitrir r r
Tan conttant receipt of NEW (101311 ,4 . whtch
as.ortment Is rendered more and more complete abd
etirsetlre for all tit• usual varieties of trade fur 1867.
/a Yee Pry Goods, Wao Groceries.
Ardo Eartunds, and fildret. Mws. Makin/2,
kanYe, OW, &iota &Moss. ,trudi Paper, Maciato 5A444 ,
gous CapejVciaßobsejezdies 1147,..f100p,
Stilts, ea/ads:6 ail be add am Up
meg Peonage came,
Mid whom you will dad
LIBERAL PRICKS, 1..4
HATS AND CAPS,
NEW DRESS GUOD
no taste to the water
it cisterns 9r any
n idly. Any
pan keep them
nt up nerortline
icy never fail to
BUI & NICHOLS
DR U O GISTS & APOTHECARIES,
Keep reuudarly supplied alth cisAtivursarnall
rege and Medicines.Chernicale. Dye Stun. Wines I
I.iyaore, rnints, pile and:Vern.nll, Perfumery,
Fancy Suave; Yankee Notions, ite.,te..
Fresb from Sew York City.
All the• most popnlar PATENT MEDICINE sold ID
Ibis section, smong which may be (wand
A yre'v and Jayne'. Family Medicines ; Bembold's Bo
chn. Schenck'', ?almonlc Syrup and Sea Weed
Tonle. Duponco',. and Cheepematt's Fe
male Plllv, Hain, cough Bahian",
Wlvhart*. Pine Tree Corntal,
Boll's flair Renewer. Ring', Ambrosia. Kennedy's kled-
Mal Lk covery.Bootland'e German Bitters,
Hoeteeteiee Stcanneti Bittern;
And [nary other kinds of real value and merit. In fact
oar Stock embraces a tine assortment of everything an.
ally kept In well regulated Drug Stores.
Ve7 - Preseriptions receive particular attention, mad
arc carefully and promptly compounded.
.• Storo formerly occupied by J. Medd" -
A. B. BUMS.
Montrose. March 'a, OM. AMOS NICHOLS.
F LOLTR ! FLOUR
From this day forward, we shall sell Flour at
We hang out no false colors, but mean Just
what we say.
While making Flour s specialty, our stock of
FEED. MEAL, SALT, LIME CEMENT,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, cte.
Will be kept run and sold at very smnfl profits.
H. GARRATT & SON.
New Milford, March 2,1870.—1 y
Fd P. STAMP
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
Flour. Salt. Better. Pork. Larci. Ham Safi Fish, Tallow,
Candles. Crackers, Cheese. Coffee, Spices, Choice
T,uts, Sugars. Rice. Dried and Canned
Fruit. Tobacco, Cigars. Scuff.
111131.1 all other articles tu , nall kept in a first clam Grocery
and Pius ision Store.
We o ill mark our Go 1• se low se so am afford, and
•ell forts-u. ur exclistme for product,
PAT tioN AGE SuLICITEII,
Muntro,e. Feb. 2, ITio.—tf
N T A LUBLE FARM FOR
IN AUB TOWNSHIP
The subscriber offers for sale the valuable
Farm situated in Auburn township, lately be
longing to J H.MeCain. Said farm contains two
hundred and eight acres, one hundred and sixty
acres improt ed. 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,
dell watered. good timber, and in every way a
first class fawn. Person , in want of a good farm
will understand that it chance to purc hase such
a Pr"PcrtY is w•hlona offi:tvd.
For terms anti particulars, inquire of
E. L. WEEKS,
Assignee of J. IL McCain.
Al.o, for s‘ale, the IJOUSE and LOT InMont
new now oretnipitni by .1. H. McCain, with about
X 3131.+1 of land belonging thereto.
E. L. WEEKS,
Ataignee of J. IL McCain.
Montrose, Jan. 111, 1870.—tf
C. A. SACKETT , DmLai New.Milferd, Pa
irt,lnr tet 011 ri% ell :0 all Ope• tit Inns nn the nato
Iti teeth. Teet Ins...vied In 01l the vari
ytes new in row. I`,•rfort a nti•hictio guarantied ,
t•ntne and nee nu . . and suety yourselvve. Ones hours.
hours ench dn•
Jan. 6. ISTU —ly
I 1 •
11ZE' EIRE! FIRE!—Your house
moy bnrn nest. Nrrk refuge et once, either In the
Security, N V., • • - - $2010.800 00
North Ann-rn,u, . • . 8..:3 • 101 00
honorer. . WOO OD
hlrard. - - - 1X0,1210 00
lioterpriro, - - nOO,OOO Of/
Or Norwich. Conn., chartered a lay. 1869.1hasideut Stock
Co.. In Connerllent All of the above are oliTestahliahed,
Drat elaaa Compunle, .ore. and rriiablo, baring been
tried and proven. Look out for little oew wild cat con,
polo , iprlnzing up all over the country just to quite
money. trall or rend vour applications, sod I See
that you are fairly dealt with
HENRY C. TYLER.
Life and Acclacut Inauraucc Agent, at the uses of
W O. l.nnk. Ery.. Montrooe,
February 1. lrll.-tt.
A 13E1, Turnamt„
Hal .14.1 retterneti from Now York With a large ad
dition w It ntork or choice goods.
Montrose, Nor. 28. Ils6ll.
A N..,v uldinr7P.cmply,
Montrtme, Nov 24,
YVIZARD OIL and nearly everything
REELTB ..NATIVE GRAPE' BRANDY. diatMed
strictly am:D nod a 'swim oP other Brandies, Including
Cherry Brandy, Cider Brandy, Cc: Nearly the direr
rent kinds of Rum. Holland Gin, old Rye and - Bourbon
Whiskey. Akohol.Pure Spirit,Ba'Rnm,Be.,tmnatano
ly on band and for sale by
Montrose. March Md.
PENNION ft, and DAM PAT
fine undersigned, LiegbiliED AGENT or the OOV.
M6N3INNT, having obtained tho DOCIMS2I7 rem%
die.. will give prompt attention to all datum' Istrlmbao
golds etro. No charge unless aneeessfal.
0130..1 . 10 , ILIITMLY/L
Mottles*, Jima tith,11364. .
E. P. STAMP