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The Services in the several Churebesot Mont
'rose are as follow:
B S.PTIST etIt7RCII. RSV. J. B. Cacasnota D. D. Pastor
Sabbath Berstees RN a. m. andp.
tinhtettta Sanas) 12 m
• Prayer !among, Wednesday Ilventays 21‘
,C&TROLIC CHURCH (tu. J. Skarn=
— Sabbatb Service., Second Samba, lo each Month
Sabbath Sch al lapacdtaiel) Won Kau
, EPISCOPAL CHURCH
. Saw SebonL ........
• METHODIST EPISCOPAL...... ....Her. W. J. Juno
" Entranth Semieen... ..........10.f6 a. m. and 7.30 p. m
Stinhnth ttt noel •t TO
• Prnyer Meeting, Tbur;days 7 30p. m
Re.. J. a 'Matra.
tau a, m. and TH
II 15 p. tn.
7.4 P. go.
Pryer Meetlnz. Tharodsv Ercnlogs
Time4obte of Malls-Winter Arrangment
.4,11 W. &parts.
(10 p al 12.6 pm
Montrose Depot. (Bally.) 6rOpmleans
-Near Milford. (Dally.) toooam t .109 to
(Dolly.) 945 am 161 pm
Friend.vtlie. (trio weekly.) Sattrom SOlla
Conklin Slat on, (trio weekl J TODatn TD/am
Dlrighamton.rto S. Lake, (trio weekly) 800 p m 100 pm
Ideshoppen.(treo weekly,) 100t1 a m 40i/ pat
The New York. Wu Montrose Depot,) New Milford.
Tunktutneock. and Wyalusing are daily.
The ronklin Station mall runs Tuesdays, Thursdays,
The Binghamton mail. (cid Sibrer Lake,) me* Tues
day., Mondays. and Saturdays.
Frlendayille mull ruse Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sat,
Frtda The MeshOppen mall runs Mondays, W.:dire:llTh and
A Stade leaves daily for Montrose. Depot at It m.. and
• Stage leaves daily for Nov Milford at 7110 a. m.
sod returns et 310 p. m.
E C. POI/DRAM, P. M.
List of New Advertisements.
• Prot•lemation—A. N. Bullard.
In Bankruptcy—Estate of C. Rogers.
The Christian at Work—lL W. Adams.
BrSl ESS LOCALS.
of Wild Cherry.
Ayer's Ague Cure_
Julmson's Anodyne Liniment.
Does it Pay—The Christian at Work.
Agricultural Society—Menry C. Tyler, Bec'y
rote. About Town
Let usall remember that - these are the times
to - help one another." Give your neighbor all
the patronage you can. Protection to home in
dustry Ls a principle we can all practice with
profit to one and aIL
• .There will be(D. V.) meetings in the M. F.
'Church each evening during the present week s
being the "Week of prayer" for the whole
Christian world. All are cordially invited to
attend. W. J. Juno, Pastor.
At the semi-annual electron of Montrose Fire
Company, No 2, on Friday evening. January 2,
1874, the following officers were elected to serve
for the ensuing term Foreman, James 0. Tay
lor; Ist Ass% Foreman, Isaac Runyon; 2d Ater
Foreruan,John Scott ;Secretary, A. W. Cooley,
Treiglirtr, Austin Whipple; tat Fineman, P.
Moran; ^d Fimmann, Martin Kane; Wardens,
13. Chandler, John S. Tarbell, S. 31. Wilson,
J. IL DeWitt_
If there is one thing more than another that
uhowis-boy's 'bringing up" it is to see him stand
by the road-side and jump upon every sleigh or
cutter that passes through our streets. We
have seen them literally cover one, and IC ob.
jection is raised by the traveler be is treated
with show balls or some very abusive language.
If parents, cannot give their hors some other
•oceupation, the town authorities should. Boys
as well ns men should be taught that there are
laws of decency, which they are bound to res
The fourth and last QuarterlT Meeting for
this C4 . )nferrner year will be held in the M. E.
Church next Saturday and Sabbath, Jan. 10th
And Ilth. Rev, L Peck, Presiding Elder of the
District, will take 4 cluirge of the services, whi^h
will be as follows: Preaching, Saturday, at 2:30
p. in:.; Prayer meeting, Saturday evening, 7110;
Love Feast, Sunday,9:oo a. m. ; Preaching, Sun
'daY, 10:45, a. in. This will be followed by the
lettninlstration of the Lord's Supper. Preach
ing by the Presiding Elder in the evening. We
hope all these servicial will be largely attended.
.14 W. J. JUDD, Pastor.
itir : tirrittld ask the authorities if the sidewalk
JAW, 'reEelitly passed, prescribes such a sidewalk
as the one on the corner by the office ? If
it dtas'ii - bad better be repealed. The walk at
that point, is certainly in a dangerous condition.
fielittins who travel on a walk that is supposed
to be graded do not make calculations fur a
.li/fairway, up or down. There is, at the corner
an abrupt-rise in the walk of at least four loch
ere,Well calculated to lay away,if not to way-lay,
the traveler in a dark night, and to add to his
aliticsimteiture, there is an open ditch on either
aide tolny him in. 'We consider this a positive
Magnum, and It should be abated by the Cowl*
,Ilough Rattly Minstrel Troupe" appear
ed' again on Saturday evening last, at the Court
Rouse, to quite aflame audience. Although the
first entertainment was exceedingly well re
ceived, the last was a decided Improvement
upon. that. The programme was much of It
maw end the performers appeared very much
atimme in their respective parts. The instep
mental performance of the'llorking bird" by
Wonder and the bird imitations by(}. M.
Silsbee, was It first class affair. The burlesque.
.on the Montrose Railway, brought down the
use: as also did the cry of "a cider barrel on
the WI," above "cider run station," bring
do*n the train, which as near as we could un
&Mead ran oil the track, below the "Dunn
Bastion" 'for lack of Iron. The whole exhibi
thin was an 'exceeditiOy apt one for an amateur
troupe. The Montrose Cornet Band, an hail
tuigan itf which the people of this borough
airfield be proud of, as usual, performed an im
portant part in the line of excellent nitwit.—
The glees receipts for both entertainments were
it is proposed by, the Vestry to provide for the
eupport,of the.rectershlp of St. Paul's (Episco
pal)Church upon the subscription plan, instead
of .exclusive pew rent as heretofore. The new
rcearThe gives us a very favorable experience of
this plan in his late parish at Colombia. The
Vestry desire an expression of the congregation
upon tiais F matter,-before taking entices upOn
ant. that each should be prepared to give his
decieion on Sunday evening next, at which
time the rector will give an opportunity. For
ourselves we now are and have always been In
favor of this 'plan. We certainly believe that
every one interested In the prosperity of the
Church, should be cosmopolitan enough to sub
scribe the same amount for its support upon
this Oen, that he or she would for a fixed and
exclusive scat. This would place the Vestry
upon, eases s basis as heretofore, and we be
beve inure greatly to the prosperity of free
Christianity. Let each one take pains to lee
and convene with one another about this - mat-
tee, that' a full expression of the parishioners
may be given at the time specifieti.
to Illemoream.—The mysteries of life by
which we are surrounded, and life itself—the
great mystery, is followed in quick succession
by the other mystery, Death—teaching with
solemn eloquence the great lesson that the for
mer. at longest, is but a span, ant: that the lat.
tkr must be submitted to by all—that all must
submfuto the dominion of Death. Patriarch
0. S. Beebe, wham loss we deeply and unfeign
edly deplore, sleeve the sleep of death. We
shall see his face no more. St. John Encamp
ment, No. 50, I. 0 0. F., has lost one of Its
most worthy members, the community a trusted
citizen, of the strictest integrity, brothers and
sisters an affectionate brother, and children a
dear father; now, therefore, be It
Besotted, That the mambers of this Encamp
ment bow themselves in humble submission to
the Divine decree which has taken down this
earthly tent and removed it beyond these swel
leericoi. That a copy of the foregoing be fur
nished to the family of deceased and publishsd
in the papers of the Borough.
C.. 1. WIIIPPLE,C. COIL
J. 0. TsvLon, ) •
....Rev. J. W. Menet.
10.56 a. m. eedlx D.
P . m.
E. J. Lathrop, has nosed a Inmb this season,
which when nine mouths old, weighed 165
pounds, it is of the Leicester breed. Trot out
your big lambs, we would like to know where
they are ? P. 11. TIFFANY.
Brooklyn, Jan. 3d,1874.
0. M. Hawley,
Formerly engaged in the Mertauttile business
In New Millord, this county, is now with D. M.
& E. G. Halbert, of Binghamton, N. Y., where
he would be glad to see any of his old friends
who may go to that city for trade. Be believes
he can make It advantageous to them if they
will give him a call.
MESSRS. Eorrons :.—I saw in your issue of the
10th of December, . 1873, a "deer question,"
which I have solved and think I have the an
swer. The following is my rolution :
1 End that It takes 19-18 pounds on the short
end of the pole to balance one pound on the
longer end of the pole, and to balance 190
pounds or It's weight on the longer end of the
pole, it would take 19-13 times 190 pounds,
which equal, 3610-13 pounds; 130 pounds or A's
weight, which Is on the shorter end of the pole,
equals 1690-13 pounds. Then 3610-13 pounds
minus 1690-13 pounds, equals 1920-13 pounds
or 117 and 9-13 pounds, the weight of the deer.
CLAIRE W. Witt.tatam.
New Milford, Pa.
• Pleasant Surprise.
A pleasant surprise was given to the Princi
pal of Great Bend Graded School on the after
noon of December '24111. At the close of the
recitation in the High School on that day, Mr.
I Thomas Kilrow, is pupil, came forward, and,
handing to the Principal a pair of large, bcauti
'lni velvet photograph frames, 'Poke thus: "1
have the honor conferred upon me of presenting
to Tou in behalf of the pupils of this depart
ment a token of their respect and esteem." The
teacher's pleasure was as great as his surprise,
and, in reply, he said: "It is not necessary• to
know the cost of these to estimate their value;
fur with them come the respect anti esteem of
my pupils, which are dearer to me than all oth
er gills. I thank you, pupils, for your beautiful
gifts, and rest assured that whenever I look at
them, the remembrance of the friendship and
respect whiCh prompted you to make ibis beau
tiful gilt, will be foremost in my mind, Before
,meis a spotless white sheet. May your life be
as free from sin anti sorrow as this sheet is free
, from stain. And, as this sheet is surrounded by
gold, so, when life's narnor circle is completed
and you approach its verge, may the golden
bands of peace anti love strengthen and support
t you. Thanking you again fur your beautiful
present, I wish you all a merry• Christmas and a
happy New Year." Your correspondent will
only add; may the chords of respect and affec
tion which now unite teacher and pupils Dever
be severed. Cost.
Great Bend, Dec. 30th, 1873.
Mimes. Ebrrous —Weddings are an every
day occurrence, and yet a notice of every one is
sure to find its way into the papers, and the peo
ple are eager for them. With some, a paper is
good for nothing without them. 'Bence 1 shall
offer no apology for giving a brief notice of a
weddiog,the like of whica is seen only now and
then. Christmas day, 1823, by special request,
Elii. Samuel Sturdevant found his way to the
log house of David Gregory, in Auburn, Sus
quchanna county, Pa., and then and there be
married Samuel Tewksbury to Hannah Eliza
Miller, fourteen persons being present.
Christmas day,lB7B, a merry company of sev
enty-one celebrated, at the home of this pair, in
South Auburn, their Golden Wedding. Fifty
years had intervened between the nuptials and
the celebration, yet siz persons who were pres.
eta at the former were present with us, and en
. tere d heartily into the festivities of the latter.—
This fact will seem the more strange when we
; know that of the forty-eight pairs who constitu
i ted the heads of the families in Auburn 111 1823,
only two couples are unseparated to-day, name
, ly, Samuel Tewksbury an I wife and John Riley
and wife, and that of a 1 these who voted In
Auburn in 1824 only five ore now living, name
' ly, Samuel Tewksbury, John Riley, Edward
Dawson, Julius Cogswell, and Palmer Giles.--
Four of Mr. Tewksbury's ten brothers and sis
ters and ono sister-In-taw were of the number
present, namely, Mrs. Nancy Seely, of West
Auburn, Mrs. Mary Rcsseguie, of South Gibson,
Mrs. Daniel Tewksbury, of Montrose Depot,
Jacob Tewksbury, of Bridgewater, and John
Tewksbury, of Auburn Centre; and each of
these brought one or more of his family. Mr.
George Sterling and wife, of Brooklyn, repre
sented a deceased sister, Mrs. Thomas Garland.
James Sterling and wife also were there, and as
I am. not informed which of the brothers or Os
iers he represented, I may say if be representhd
himself only be represented a respectably large
body just a fair specimen of this Tewksbury
We were shown two copies of the Snspehan
no Canary herald, one dated June 20, 1822, the
other, July 20,1822, and .77ts Messenger, dated,
Montrose, Pa., November 25, 1820. We also
learned that Samuel Tewksbury subscribed for
the ffusquehemna County Herald June 1, 1824,
and has received two thousand five hundred and
forty-eight " numbers of papers printed in the
minty. Surely he must have kept posted in
the affairs of his own county.
Of the family of this,liair we learn, from en
original poem written by a member of the fam
ily and read on the occasion, as lollonrs
"They were blest with six children,
Three boys and three girls,
Though they number but four
In this busy world—
One washed an infant
When laid in the tomb;
The next was a mother .
But just In life bloom;
'The rest are all here
With their parents to-day"
And they did, all that inane and affection
could do to make the gathering pleasant7tutd
they did not labor In vaiti. Il is not often that
we see things on so "grand scale. Miss Tozip
hint presided at the organ,and there was enough I HEADQCARTER3 for Oysters at the Key.
musical talent present to give us just enough stone Saloon.
song. The company, though gathered hunt va- I GM C. HILL & Co.
rious and distant places, were as sociable as old I Dec. 3, 1.873.—tf.
Mends, and ever and anon Jokes were cracked r
Does IT Pair?
which were sufficiently dry to create quite an ;
I One of the Agents of The Christarn at Work,
echo. ' T: De Witt Tetmage's paper, recently obtained
Thirty-six were seated at the first table—and
such a bill of fans! Well, I will leave It for some
female friend to name, for after I bad eaten of
oysters, turkey, and ducks, I had no relish for '
lamb or chicken ; and, as -I am not given to ap
petite, the pudding', the pies,the fruit, the nuts,
end the cakes which passe4 Qy for a half hour
did mono harm. The onPy? lack I heard men
tioned wan lack of capacity. I did taste of
Aunt Prudy's rye and indian cake, which was
frosted over like a bride's cake ; but of those
mammoth pyramid fruit cakes, which were as
tine as a Wilkes-Barre baker could produce, I
did not eat at the time, but as a section fell to
wife to bring home, I am able to say that they
were not - made of salt or meal for show. I ob
served. titter the last tableful' had been busy
something less than au hour, there were ninny
fragments and much that was not fragments re
After dinner, the grandchildren, a flock of fif
teen,were especially invited Into an upper room
where they discovered a Christmas Tree, just
ready to drop its, rich and rare, fir them. We
made really to shake the busiLand before it wan
completely shaken grandma bad a new velvet
bonnet, and the pastor the usual wedding fee.—
Many of the children had never seen such things
grow on a tree before.
The coming of the twilight admonished us
that thealay was done,so we went to the parlor
for the closing exercises. One clause on the in
vitations seat out was In italic+—"No Presents,'
and yet it was our privilege, in Lebalf of the
children, to present "mother" with a beautiful
large Bible and "retiree' with a fine Elgin gold
watch—H. H. Taylor movement. Then came
remembrances and remarks from other friends.
We bowed to thank God for His mercies. We
"praised God" together, and the scenes of the
day were numbered among the past, but the
recollections of them are pleasing.
i•tinner'e Eddy, Pa, Dec. 80,'73.
Wo Invlie nor friends, from dilSorent towns, to rend us
terns of Interest. Send the facts; we can arrange them.]
Jared Baker owns the best horse In town.—
Report says he paid $2,500 for him.
Our Cornet Band Is taking music lessons
from a teacher from Binghamton. They dis
course some excellent music.
The small pox. excitement has subsided
There hits been but two rases, and they. are at
present about the house.
The members of the Universalist Society are
building sheds near their new church, for the
comfort of their horses.
L A. Bailey attended a stunning mateltthe
other day, and killed throe turkeys, seventy
rods, at nine shots.
"No. 2" says he may expect progress in cor.
respondents,as "No. 1" boys are going to school.
We think they have made good program the
last two weeks, although we don't know why
they use so many capital letters In their last let
ter over date December 19th.
We will mention some improvements that have
been made this season. William Ceaver has
built a Splendid horse barn. William Monroe
has built a model hay and grain barn,perhaps the
best finished one in town. George Sterling has
built a yet y good and convenient house, on the
same site where the old one stood. E. P. Mack •
It, Starling, and M. L. Mack, bare greatly , fotl••wiots hat of Grand and Traverse
proved their houses and surroundings. S. W. Jurors drawn t o se rv e at a t ern , of c ou rt t o
Breed has purchased about three acres of swamp commence at Montrose on Monday, January 12
land, drained and otherwise improved it, for the . 18:4 -
purrcse of raising cranberries. Jared Baker
has improved his street by doing off a large
building with three store rooms, and two dwel
ling rooms, also built a blacksmith shop, and
another building for a wagon shop.
December 31, 1873.
A. DIgTRESSING COUGH causes the friends of
the sufferer almost as much pain as the sufferer
himself, and should receive immediate attention.
Dr. Ti istar's Balsam of IVaff Cherry speedily
cures coughs, colds, influenza, sore throat, etc.
It will 'Ow...ye relieve consumplion,und in mm•y
well attested came It has effected a perfect care.
The Susquehanna County Agricultural SOCiPt
ty will hold its Annual Meeting at the Cour•
House, in Montrose, on Monday evening, Janu
ary 12th, 1874, at 7 o'clock, to elect of imrs and
:ransact other important business.
BENET C. TYLER, SCey.
Montrose, Jan. 7th, 'i4.—wi
Quilts° the epidemic of intermitteuts in the
West this swum, the whole immense stock of
Ayer's Ague Cure becatr.e exhausted, and the
producing powers of his Laboratory was found
inadequate to meet the demand. Many who
knew its estmortlitiary virtues for the cure of
cmus AND FEVER, paid exorbitant prices for
it to those who were fortunate enough to have
a supply on hand Some of our neighbors paid
ten dollars for a bottle, while the regular price
is but one.and assure us it was on the whole tile
- cheapest remedy they could buy, even at that
figure. They praise it for two qualities ; first,
that It cures, and last that it leaves the health
unimpaired.—/ora Standard. wt
WOOD . B HOUBEIIOLD MAGAZINE
. . .....
For January, contains a lavish supply of first
rate articles. It Is now in Its fourteenth volume
and every year has increased its popularity and
adder new friends to its large list of admirers.
Though retaining its old name, it has not the
slightest vonnect.ou with its former proprietor,
but bits for many months been the exclusive
property of Mr. B. E. Shiites, its present pub
fisher. IL V. Osborne (Tenornon) still contin
ues as its editor and is the only person employ
e_ in that capacity—giving to the magazine not
a careless supervision, but direct personal atten
tion in every department. The magazine is ini
pmving constantly, and is splendidly adapted
to the members at the household. The present
number contains three engravings and other
good things in proportion.
Price of Magazine one dollar per year—with
chronao Yo-Scarra, one dollar and a halt
WOOD'S HOINIEUOLD MAGAZINE,
Newburgh, N. Y
TUE ATLANTIC MONTHLY
H. O. Houghton .1; Co., the new publishers of
the "Atlantic Monthly," in sending out the Jan
uary number, present their compliments to the
Prinsand call attention to the change of address.
All magazines and Journals sent in excuan„le
should be addressed The Atlantic Monthly,
Riverside Press, Cambridge, Mass.
The Publishers would paint to the Prospectus
of the magazine as indicating their purpose to
keep, it equel to its old--reputation, and to the
present number as one of the must attractive
yet issued. The important article by Professor
A,gassiz against the Darwinian Theory contains
the results of the studies of long life, and pre
sents the eminent author's most matured con
victions. Whittier, Holmes and Bayard Taylor
are the poets of the number. Mr. Aldrich,
whose story of "Marjorie Daw" took the edge
of the panic, begins a Serial Story, 'Prudence -
Palfrey." . Mr. Charles Dudley Warner starts
fur Beddeck, and rambles on the way thither.—
Fox Hunting in England is vividly described by
Colonel Waring; and a story of the South-west
is began by Rev. Mr. Baker, the author of "The
New Timothy." A substantial paper by David
A Wells on Local Taxation, and a curious, ttir
count of the Dollar Symbol, serve to render the
magazine well balanced.
January itb, 1874.—w1.
880 subscriptions in about tight hours abso
lute work. This was grout success to be sure,
but the agent had a tine piper and:overt) Miro.
mos to back hint. There Ls room fur more
ageute of the same sort. Samples and terms
free. Office 102 Chambers street New York.-
IRON IN THE BLOOD.
When the blond is wellsupplied with its iron
element, we (eel vigorous and full of animatton.
It is an insufficiency ut this vital element that
makes us feel weak and low-spirited; In such
vises, the Artteion Syrup (a protoxide of Iron)
can supply this deficiency, and its use will in
vigorate us wonderffilly.
A MEETING OF STOCKHOLDEM
Ot the Montrose Railway Company, for the
election of a President nod twelve Direetow to
serve the ensuing year, will be held at the Bor
ough of Tunkhanm clt, on the second Monday
of January, 1874, between the hours of one and
half-past two p. m., that being the day designs
ted by law.
Coani.r.s L. Baowx,
Montrose, Dee. 18th, 11373.-3 w.
lv your horse Is lame, sore or galled, you
should use Johnson's Anodyne Liniment; wash the
port with eastile soap awl warts water. rub dry,
with n clean cloth, then apply the Liniment,rub
in well with the hand.
Hart- the readers of the DEMOCRAT ever us
ed any of Throes; Pa ryntine Pitts? if not, why
not? they are the best family physie,beitides be
ing the greatest anti-billions remedy there In in
CLAIRVOYANT EXAMINATION FREE.
By Dr. E. F. Butterfield. This Is no subject
that requires so much study and experience as
the treatment and cure of bironic Diseases.—
The astonishing success and remarkable cures
performed by Dr. Butterfield are due to the gift
of Clairvoyance, to the long study of the con
stitution of man and the curing of diseases from
natr.ral remedies. Let those given up by oth
ers call for examination.. lie cures the worst
cases of Scrofula, Catarrh, Piles, Asthma, Dis
eases of the Heart, Lungs and Kidneys. He
will be at the Catierty House, Binghamton, on
Tuealay, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday,
Jandary 20, 21, 72, and 23.
Dec. 31, 1873.-3 w.
P. R. TOWER.
TEEI is probably, no way in which we can
imantit our, readers more than by recommending
to them fur gercnd use Johneon's Anodyne Lin
iment. It IS adapted to almost all the parposes
of a Family Medicine; and as a specific for
coughs, colds, whooping cough, soreness of the
chest, lame stomach, rheumatism , spitting of
blood, and all lung dillinultitz, it has no equal
that ever we saw or heard of.
Tao propriety of giving condition medicine to
hoists, cattle anti sheep, was dita.ussed and ad
mitted by many' of the Agricultural Societies
throughout the State last Fail, and we believe
that in evtry case but one they decided in favor
of Meridan'a Cavalry Condition Povders. Good
The Brooklyn Cygnet Bsnd, hats procured the
services or Prof. IF. E. Cogswell, to conduct a
Convention in vocal Music, commaneing
day, January 6th, 1874, to continue tour days,
with three ettssions each day, and closing with a
grand concert, Friday evening, January 9 , 11:74.
Books, (the Coronation,) will be furnished for
the use of the class, without chugs. Arrange
mends will be made for the entertainment of
persons front a distance, free. At the concert
the Brooklyn Cornet Band will praent smote
fine music, (selected for the oecasion,l under the
direction of Prof. E. M. Parmelee, of Bingham
ton. New York. Tickets for Convention and
Concert Gentleman, one dollar, Ladies, fitly
cents, tickets to Concert, 25 cents. No doubts
nerd be entertained of a pleasant and, protitahle
time for all lovers of music
BY Ononn or Boxy(
Brooklyn, Pa., Decembrr 31,'73.—w2
A uhurn—John M. Fronce, John Tewksbury
Brnlgewoier—Wm. H. Jones.
Forest Lake—Silas B. Howell.
Orem Bend horn—George Jenks.
inc C. Sweet, Joel Dix.
Herrick—Kilo Bu rri t.
Lenox—George B. Allen.
Montrose—Chas. H. Fruzier. Win. W. Mc
Coin, Geo. L. Stone, Win. T. Moxicy.
Rush—Chas. Brown. Myron Easel!.
Susquehanna Depot—John C. Kane, John
Townsend. Jacob E. Taylor.
Thutopson—lsaac N. Jackson.
Tnnerse Jurors—First Wetk.
Auburn—Calvin S. Guy, David Bushnell,
Alex. H. Stephens, Warren Tewkshuty.
Anuat—Nathaniel J. West, Cyril C. Worth.
Bridgewater—Caleb S. Bush 241,D. W. Fauch
er, Guy P. Wells,Henry P. Itubblus,J. D. Good
Brooklyn—Wm. L Perry.
Chiron' -TRW lS N, Beagle, Thomas Maxey
George IL Stephens.
enoconut-IYilfiiun E. Taylor.
Dimock—Lyman W. Bunnell. Albmn W.
Forest Like—Levi T. Birehard,3liner L. Tur
Franklin—Samuel Halsey, Harvey Summers
Ell B. Smith.
Gibson—Daniel Evans, George F. Holmes.
Hugh A. Tingley, Wm. W. Williams, George
G. Woodward, Charles P. Edwards.
Harmony—Nelson R. Comfort
Herrick—John B. Lyon, jr., Robert West
Lenox—William Barber, William P. Gard
ner, Holoway Robinson, Noah Titus", Wm.
Lathrop--George B. Smith, Henry B. Wood.
Montrose—Amory N. Bullard,Nicholas Coyle
Gm. R. Lathrop, theudore Smith. Nelson C.
Warner, Alfred Ballwin. _
New Minim! tp.-11. 11. Brando, W. H. Har
ri.m, Orrin Barritt.
Susquehanna Depot—Orin T. Smith, George
Houghton, Henry Griswold.
Springville—N. W. Button, Ezra Strickland,
Charles H. Sherman.
Silver lake—Patrick Fitz Gerald, Ansel B.
Hill, James Murphy.
Traverse Jurors—Second Week..
Ararat—Wilson J. Stone, John C. TooleY.
Bridgewater—Wm. 1.-Beebe, Augustus Dar
row, James McMillan, Elizur C. Potter, Daniel
Clifford—Lewis W. Ames, Ileury Bennett,
Frunklin—Bcoj. J. Baker, David Marsh,
Great Bend tp. —Garrett Jo 'mum.
Hartord—Witudow 13. Guile, Joseph Guile.
Jackson—Cals in Dix.
Jessup—Wm Mozier, Peter D. Roe, Ackley
Lathrop—Ezra S. Brown.
Lenox—Danterit—Liark, Eldridge Davis,
Jas. R. Ctit7.
Liberty—Walton E. Warner, Theron Smith.,
Montrose—Charles N. Stoddard.
Now Milford bore--E. A. Johnston, II Dick
New Milford tp.—Lewis N. Witter.
Rush—Francis Bunnell, Norman Granger.
Springville—Landis Lyman, A. D. Wood
house, Demns'.l. Owen.
Susquehanna Depot—W. H. Bartlett.
Thomson—Luther N. Hubbard.
Traverse Jun to—Third Rek.
Apo!neon—Joseph Twinning, John Tupper.
Brikffewater—E. W. Conklin, Judion
itott,, A. W. Russell.
Bmoklyn--0. A. Eldridge,
Clifford --John Heisted.
Dirnock—Albert , I Smith, George Welker.
Forest Leke—Abner Gals.
Gibson—Horace W. Steams.
Groat Bend tp,—Enock Hawkins, J. B. John
Harford—Tyler Brewster,Henry Esterbrooka,
Bent - Watrdns,
Herrick—Wm. U. Norton. '
Jessup—John Crook, Lytnnn B. Pickett.
Montrose—Sheridan G. Pilaw, Dituttek D.
Searle, Gilbert F. Fonlimm.
New Milford tp.—Orin Bennett, F. Seymnor,
J. B. Darrow.
Now Milford boro.—E. W. Cornwell, W. F.
Oakland—Albert G. Brush.
Rush—William Blvd, Minim Carter.
Susquehanna Depot—WiMain Skinner.
Silver Lake—fosepli Ward,
Springville—Wm. R. Dieser°le.
PERKINS-DRAKE-At the residence of
the hridr's father, Dec. 31st, by Rev. J.
tl. Miller, Siht Perkins and Emma T.
Drake, both of Montrose, Pa.
BoYD-11,twitilis--Al, the residence of
Mr. Joel Brown, Dee. 19, by Rev...k..L
Van Cleft, Mr. Hugh Boyd to Miss
Martha E. Hawkins, all of Susq. Depot,
MEL DR—KENT—Dec. 31st, at the resi
dence of Mr. Ives, by Rev. A. J. Van
Cleft, Mr. A. 0. Meade of Lanestioro,
Pa., to thee Ede D. Kent of Sneq. De
Perm—Rontons—At the Parsonage, in
Fainlale, Dec. 17, 1873, by Rev. E. W
Breckinrid.e, John R. Pettit, of Jessup
and Miss Emily A. Roberts, of Rush
Sueq. co., Pu.
BRUSII—In New Milford township. Dee.
19th, 1873, Catherine, wife of Chas.
Brush, aged about 40 years.
SMITtI—In Great Bend township, at his
residence, Nov. 15,1873, Thomas Bates
Smith, in the 65th year of his age.
CHAMBERLAIN—In New Milford town
ship, November, 19. 1873, Silas Chant.
berlain, in the 79th year of his age.
BALDWIN —ln Whitney's Point, N. Y.,
Dec. 22d, 1873, Mr. Jermiai Baldwin,
formerly of Fairdale, Pa., aged 64 yrs.
FRINK—Near Carlo, Illinois, Nov. 28,
1873, Lyman Frink, formerly of Mont•
rose, Pa., son of Jubez Friuk,iu the 33d
year of his age.
HAitnisoN—ln New Milford, October 29,
• 1873. after a long uud painful illness,
Elizabeth, beloved wife of Geo. Har
rison, aged 63 years.
Birchardville, Dec. 24th,
1873, Jesse B. Birchard, youngest son
of L. T. and J. E. Birchard, aged 4
years and 10 months.
Loomts—At the residence of her mother,
Mrs. Wight, in Auburn, Pa., Dec. 18th,
1873, of consumption, Mrs. Josephine
Loomis, relict of Horatio Loomis, in
her 33d year.
• There is no pain which the Centaur
Ali n Liniments will not relieve. n o swelling
— in* they will not subdue, and no lameness
..414 which they will not cam This Lustrous
language, but it Is true. They have
produced more Cures of rheumatism,
1024ATP= dap, caked breasts, scalds, burns, ash
rheum. ear-ache. &c., upon 1310 - human hums, and of
strains. spavin, gene, Sc., upon animals In one year
than hero all other pretended remedies since the world
be, an. They are connter.trritanL all-healing pain re
lievers. Cripples throw away lb. Ir creches. the Lame
walk, poisonous bits are rendered harmless, and the
wounded are healed without a scar. The recipe Is pUtt•
11..het1 anioud eftch bottle. They sell ae no articles ever
sold before, becansethey do just what they. pretend to
du. Those who now sneer from rheumatism, pain, or
ewellinr deserve to carer If they will not use Centaur
Liniment, white wrapper. More than 1000 mold:ate,
of remarkable cures, Including frozen limbs, throttle
rheumatism, gout, running tumors, Sc., have been re
ceived. We will seed a circular Containing eertilleates,
the recipe, Sc.. gratis, to any one requesting It. One
bottle of the yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment Is worth
one hundred doll us for spavined or sweenled heroes
and woke, or for screw-worm In sheep. Stock-ownere
—these liniments see worth your attention. No family
should be without them .-White wrapper family use;"
lielkw wrapper for animals. Sold by all Dmgalete.-
50 cents per Matte: large bottles, VAL J, B. Rosa a
Co., id Brendsray, New York.
Castor's le more then a substitute for Castor Oil.
It Is the only safe article In existence which Is certain
to wisimnlst the food. regulate the bowels. cure wind
he and produce natural sleep. It contains neither
minerals, morphine or alcohol, and Is pleasant to take.
Children need not cry and mothers may rest.
Drugs and Medicines
BURNS d; NICHOLS, PROPRIETORS.
Bias OP TEE GOLDEN EAGLE LED MORTA/to
"We desire to say to the public that our store is well
erected with Drugs. Medicines. Paiute. (111 w. Varnish.
Brushes, COWL.% Perfumery, Irani Artlcier:- proprio
btu and patscit prepArttlons, • lid all other wile/es eeu
ally kept In first class ding stores. We guarantee our
rim& varnoine snd of the best quality.
and will be sold
at Low prices fur Respectfully
A it IMII3,
Montrose. Feb. O. ten. AMOII zucuoui.
4 MAIMIL OP HEALTH,
An edition of between nine and ten millions
of copies of A very useful work is now ready
for gratuitous distribution, and can he bad for
the asking at any. drug store in the United
States, the British Colonies, Spanish America
or Brazil. The work referred to is Hostetter's
Almanac for 1874. The medical portion of it
treats of the various ailments to which the hu
man system is subject, and sets forth the peat-,
liar properties of Ifostetter's Stomachlittets—
the purest and best - tonic at present known- .
as a preservative of health and strength; and as
a remedy for debility and disease. The Almanac
is printed in sit the principal languages of .the '
civilized world, and reaches a larger number of
families and indvidnals than any other medical
treatise that ever issued from the press.
No man or woman who has a due regard for
that choicest of heaven's bkasings,bodily vigor,.
should tail to read the plain, simple and convin
cing articles which this truly practical publica
tion contains. Themiscellaneous matter is va
ried, Instructive and amusing, and the calendar
department copious an' comprehensive, Hos
letter's Almanac is, in short, a household 'con..
vonience, adapted to the use of all classes end
callings. The farmer, the planter, the miner,the
merchant, the mechanic, Ito laborer, the pro.
fescional'man, all need it ; 'and to 'lnvalids - of
both sexesit is literally an article of prime ne
cessity. The medical technicalities which ren
der so many medical treatises intended for pop
ular use unintelligible to the .generalNeader,
have been carefally avoided in this pamphlet:—
All is clear, cm:4lml, forcible, and .reconcilable
with reason' and Common sense. :. :"'
The proprjetora, Messrs. Nostefter.&.,Smith,
Pittsburg, Pa., on retwlprof a two cent MUM,
wilt forward a copy by mall to.any penny who
euirot procute:cate , ln b 1 neighborhood:
ErpisircilWa Out ot
- IP " Cr
GOO - Ca
C. B. PERRY &
BINGHAMTON, N. Y
An Immeme Stock Just-Boagbt from
THE GREAT FAILURES
of New England, at prices
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN
mnetiantaa. 12. ifim-ti
Pt CPS I IVISI ON' -7
88 Wailiington Street,
You will Find the
LLUGEST AHD BEST ASSORTRENT OP
OP ALL KLIOB.
At the Lowest Prim of any Store in
Southern New York.
All Goods Said aro NARRATED as Represented.
E. D. ROBINSON
A:HI/STEELY EASILY SOLVED.
New eltitik or Goals at the "Reed of Wsviration." - -
A. N. BuLLARD Is constantly remains large addt,
t lota to bleated: of GROOERIE4 ANZ PROVISIONS
at his wld trend It the had of nuri t e, ttaott. when any
man, women, or -
am fed the very beat artirla that an be
39 .11 C 0 1.3 . 1%37:3 1'
In any grocery hoses In thetown. The old *poem of
slow salty sod small profits is
or ought It be, and In Its steed the better aystem of
quick .ales an d email profits, and by lolling for ready
lay only, there wtirbe no bad debts to make up from
and examine my goods and prtcesmud see att., do not
compare favorably , with any nines house In
A. 5. BULLARD.
Montiose, Ana' ED, 1 ra-I . • •
TliO ARMEE , SalimorEtt Pump.
"THE BEST IN um WORLD!"
thambloAcifing,Non•lfreeslei. The 'imp:edited most
powerful in tle. It is proved to be the cheapest, moat
effective, durable. and rehable, not only fur family 11.06
but also fur Florists, Factuties, Brewerte% bistdlertes,
etc. It ia particularly recommended by letterman, Cam
panic...ail the meatiest pump that will th.ove ISO to 75 teat
through a hose. It is the mum effectlve becalm, It es,
er tulle. The most durable became, It is compo.ed of
but few simple parts at Iron ten bawled attits4lilr..lm ,
soy aupiessaut or brackish mate MAI. water.) Has tto
leather packing. A child can workit. It otter fretus,
as no water fetal/Ins to the pipe when not lo action. It
Ihrul hes me coldest water. beteg placed in the bottom
at the wet nor opinion at itrangein.d. in the Amer.
ken Agrieultaral4t,June Igo., 1.61.1, page 50; also Jan.
No., Page nt.
Haring pure-tined the county right. I will sell tows
rights to snit purchasers, aud to Maw fn rout of a
pump lam prepared to sell as cheep as they can be said
by the compauy. Foetid for circular *advice Lint to .
M. WILMA lan; . •
Oct. 15. 1511..—ran
1 . I UHT' BROTHERS,' • ' - • ;
. . SCRANTON. 1•41,.
Wholesale a Retail Desiare to
HARDWARE, IRON; STEEL,
NAILS, SPIKES,' SIiOVELS,
MINE RAIL, COON I Essusx d T RAIL SPIRES
RAILROAD 4 ALINING SUPPLIES. .
VARNA OR SPRINGS.; Artea. 'SKEINS • dip
,- BOXEIL`BOLTS: NETS and MOVERS,
PLATED BANDS. MALLEABLE
IRONS, NUBS. SPOKES.
irstroze.SßAT SPINDLES. BOWS, de,
ANVILS, VICES, STOCKS and DIES, BELLOWS
HAMMERS. SLEDGES. PILES. ae. rte.
CIRCULAR AND MILL SAWS, DFLTING.
• TACKLE, BLOCKS. PLASTER PARIS
CEMENT, HAIR A GRINDSTONES.
Senntan, MA•cD34., 186 .
GREAT SMITE' D STATES TEA. CO.,
,; B,UILYS g .; a1CH9.1.‘,9,•2408 1 .;.i:
j!1 nlrato. "
Tb It Taub pot up in . ..kilt
tiv•reby prnuer•lng Its full strenvh, wulc . b la ceflif4)
►greulAitildetuturu. • -
OrCall acid gut •am and tryits ' '
111111 US NICLIOL9.
Moutroie. Jolt 16,1r11.—tt,
RE, Lli ; E; AC6ENT I
. • .
Dee. 13. 1873
. • Job Printlint-, -
Wa;make a spestithy or btitich ore*"
*ail Oa* In tat be*s spa state loWakt
JAME'S•-.M`ROWAN I •. 1-:.!';'
BUTTER, CHER 3E. EGO:Pomo f: q;-::
TRY, AND VEAL CALVES,
Consignments oolicitod nod Morn,. made lamed Sal• '
IY oo solo et goods. 8.14 for .blpptug codA awl ass
Nat Weal Park Bank of New York.
North Meer Weir of New York.
Maud National danitof New York.
Lone Wsod Bank of LLtuuklto. N. Y
Feb.ll. erlL—tr •
The money market is growing easier. The
large dishbreements - making by numerous cm
potations on amount of interest and divides&
are seeking reinvestment, and the supply Istn- 1 :,
sequentiy more abundant. There Is a sharp - de.
mend from speculative burrowers who desire to •
take advantage of the rise in stocks, but for' le- 1.• if:
gitintate loans a quiet feelings prevalLs, mil
tendency toward lower rates. Loans •on dell 1. :1 , .1
are mtoted steadily at 0 per cent. Twomsme
business paper, strictly firstmlass, - ralts at WOO
per cent. On governments, running three to
four montbs,B4Zo per cent. are the current rates. .
The banks are meeting all the legitimate
cations of their'eustunacra. •
Gold was stronger, and during Saturday ad. ti'.lv
vanced rapitliv.• The opening figure was 11113‘
and at noon.it touched-1103;. but after that time I
rose steadily, and tlaalle closed at 111%, .an ad.
of Iper cent. Btcrling exchange, 15.1SEQ1
9 sw IE3I. ..
to Coupon, 11163
545 Coupon. 1561
New 6 per eta ~.
Now Voris Produce Market.
Itesortid Even) Week Eivreeely far Toe Ifortreade
DENOCIAT h? Moron & Ferrer. Produce Cornell*
loos Xerchautead Whitehall Street. New York.
Borrsa—Firklas, N. Y.. N. 1., as Pa. SS CI .SS
'Thh• " 6 - 40
Nu. • • 45
CoMo—mete rtietor7, fine to fancy .....14X6 15
HIS!. Dahl, common il,l lair 0 et' ISM
Foos—State and Pena& tronts • se r.
Western. prime . St
OlLlX— , Cuna • " .141 •
state• 1 ,1 13 tog °
Wu—State • GT -
Itty AND &maw-411%y. Du 11;01bo. . . .. .11X1
Straw. lice MS
.• Wt. "3 .4) 110
POC.TfT—C6teketU, Rate, ttrimiti ........11 to if
7111ke711. . 6 . .... .... If IX
The Moat Popular Medicine Extant. 1- 1
840• Over Thirty Team 1873. -;
UNICE THE INTRODUCTION OF
And after thirty years' trial, the
Len" may justly be styled limped medicine of
the world, tin there is no region of the globe in
to which it has not found its way.and none where
it is not largely and Ithrhly prized. liloreover,
there is no climate to witch P has net proved
itself to be well adapted for the cure of consid
erable variety Of diseases; it is admirably suited
for every race— It has hist. none of its good
name by repeated trials, but continues to occu
py a promit.ent pesitbm in • medicine chest;
and to still receiving the most unqualtfied 'trail-
mantels to its,virtues, from persona of the high
rat character and responsibility. - Physicians of
the-that respectability recommend it as it Wait
effectualpreparapuo for. the extinetinn of pain.
It is not'.My the best remedy ever known for
Braises, Cuts, Bonts:ete.;ltnt ftir Dywritery ni
Cholera, or any sort of; bowel complaint, it Is s
remedy unsurpassed for efficiency anti rapidity
of action. In the greateities of India and atb•
or hot climates} it • has become • the. Standard
Medicine Inc all such complaints. as . Well as for
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints,' and ether kind
deed disorders.., Fur Coughs an4.l.loldseCenksr.
Asthma. and Rheumatic difficulties, it, tau been
proved by the hued Abundant 'and convincing
testianony.to be an invaluable medicine. -No ar
ticle ever attained such unbounded popularity.
Ainu'exteinnl and-internal 'medicine, the NIA-
' Thirty ,Years am certainly a long time enough
to prove . the efficiency of any nietticine,ttnd that
the Pane-litura is deserving ofalTiu pmprie.
tors claim for it, is amply proved by the upper!
alined popularity' it has attained. It Ise auto'
and errewrive remedy It is sold Imalmosi
ery country in the world. add IA beaming tattr,
and more popular every year. Its healing prop
erties have been 11111 y-tested. all over the world,
and It needs only to be known to be prized., Be
sure you bay fond tint the genuine. 'manafac•
ftctured by Penny Dina & riot, Providence,
rinal by ail D.duggiets.
December 241 b, 18711.-7w2
~, r tir .. n at~f ~~tC'
Nftere 04 [arm and•hillter stock of the , tblloirtag . 'q
Coon. will he found than rlaewbcr• In •
• • • Northern Pannorlrantat • . ,
ft= Asimucim ivAirtrE9, • • ' " "
,„, • , • I ;tOVSLET. iacLOVIC:
SOLID iiiStvia. PLATEDNyA4s i
. . , L . • DIAMOND SPEOTAOLIIi•
and • general as,ortmett of 'lltOcat.liatchaimllse,t. ^
Shoot Music, Violin eitrings.,ele. *to.
Atl Ms Watch HeyatriaglSeiiiitg Machines sod Op.
done. 00 what.) by, • , gnat IttpitlrtrA. .;
L. D. DWI. Y. tldhn4b. ,
. „Isbell &
Sepi. _l(ontriNN. pa.
pit*L!„s , „ "
No km 7114. sill;
HAND 1111q14 . ,11
PRIIITED• AT THIS OEFICg.
Mr Neldb ante: :tl7
AND RECEIVELI OP
TT DeySt.. New York.
119 iiiie , ,4 :. ,1
.111 ilvi ~it
not its '..-:_;::.
.1111( 115 t' , lT
.117 .1113 f i, •,.
.111% 115 ")'. ,
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.111 11 1 ,:'-.. i f,
An 41e - 14 I',
.115% 11103( 1,
- BILL HEADS,
LETTER HEADS; _
EN VELCPE4, ••
PRoGRAM MRS, , •
• RECEIPTS', • •
TAGS; *. -
PATENT DE K,DS;
NOTES, . .
At p. /). 4bell'shlovalry