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Arrangement of Unlit.
- Arrives. ANAL
100 p ai 11E15 Ea.
, / , ‘D i c t. m nock, (1205117.)
Ileums., Depot, (Daly.) ..... 400 p 06 '610• .o
New 011ford.(DallYJ 1000 a m 160y=
yaluAug. (Dell;. 9411 am 000 pm
(trl weelely,) 600 pol 8000 m
Coe kl dune:l.oo weekl?,) lOU m T TOO am
pteehamtorntla S. Lake.(trl wes-OlY).. 6 00 P M TOO p m
i i,,leppen,(tri weekly) 1000 am 400 pm
The New Tort, (r 44 No:Arose Depot,) New Milford.
Tuntheunoet, and Wyaluslng are daily.
TheCookno Stitloo mall runs Tuesdays. Thalia"
Mughaintol:l MAU, BIITCr Liklij TIAN Tile*.
,hys. Thursdays. and Saturdays
Prieudeville mall tuns Tuesdaye,Thosadaykapd Ba*.
The Ineshoppen mall rues Kends" Wodmeedamaad
A Ames leaves dally for Montrose Depot at 1 act„and
Worts at 6p. m
A state leaves daily for Nate 11111tord at 180 a. 01.
~,,,d rettlfll/ at 3 30p. re.
B. C. roannAli, P. M.
Arrange:lent of Trains. To taco effect oh Monday,
Dec 21st, 1974.
pass TIM MS. Dip Trains
sOCTIIISLID. • ..i 22ten 11 • 2 52 1 .
,IL P. 11. A. r. it.
10 110 Allen's— .....1015 545
It 113. Cool's 1020 540
a 190 Eitithars _lOl5 5115
18 115.. Dhnoek —lOO 5M
as 1 as.. Tyier's ... .... ... 955 615
43 1(0......... opringville.... ...... 945 506
56 145 Lynn 9SS 455
,I 3 158 Avery's 913 445
10 109. Lemon 915 4M
1) 510 Lobeek. .. . .906 415
10 154. Marey's 555 415
ti.s 5O Tunkhannook 840 .8 55
An mini conneet at Tanklannoek with P, • N. Y
3 8 going north and south.
JAYE'S. I. BLAKBLEB. Petit.
Dissolution—Fitch & Watson.
Card—L F. Fitch. •
Blacksmith Wanted—James Donley.
Auditor's Notice--estate of Nathan Aldrich.
To all whom it may Coneern—L. B. Coleles
Conn of AppeaL
Miscellaneous Advertisements —Dauchy &
Berens . = LOCAL&
Taylor's Cough Syrup.
Institute—W. C. Tilden.
Clairvoyant Examinations—Dr. Butterlield
Lectures--Es tV. Brochinridge.
Nome About Town•
. Silence is the Sttest reply to folly.
..Latest thing—indignation meetings
...A wise man will keep his own counsel, con
sequently he has no jobs for strange lawyers.
.. At a meeting of the stock-holders of the
Montrose Railway Company, the old :officers
..We gratefally acknowledge the retcelpt of
the Legirkara.Jourtuzi from W. W. Williams,
Representative from this county.
..Our boys and young men should remember
that the worst kind of an education is to be
brought up by a borough constable or a police
..let there be a general attendance at the
Annual Reception of Rough & Ready Firs
Company, No. I, at their Parior,on Friday eve
ning, Feb, sth.
..A good kick out of door would bebetter for
some of our young men than a prospective leg
. scy. A rich uncle has been the transition of
many a youth.
.The donation given the pastor of the Sap
tut Church, Rev. 3. E. Cheshire, on Thursday
ermine last, was well attended, as the receipts
will show. The proceeds are reported to be $2OO.
... We were flattering ourself that a bank
building or some of her edifice was to be erected
on the " burned district" - when we saw some
lumber in that vicinity, but IS proved only to he
portable picture gallery.
.We add, this week, thirty one new names
10 our list of subscribers. This increases oar
t over tteo hundred and fifty since Thanksgiv
r..g, and yet the editor of the Republicaa. is not
-racily happy. "A few wore copies left, gen
..We would call the attenthon of our readers to
.ur revised Market Report We intend, hereof
to make thts one of the first features of the
per. We have as reliable a source for our in
.c.rmation as the hint city papers, for dhs get
.e same they do.
.. We have been adding so many new, sub
,. ribers that our mailing book has got running
.ver fun. We are copying it upon one that is
e enough to hold them. If any should miss
paper, picas° let us tam at once; so thatiwe
rectify it, if we are in fault.
_Judge Streeter goes to Honesdale next
.mmth to show Judge. Waller (the protege of
Wm. H. Diinockj how to sit on a " bench."
!adze Waller being too much compromised in
min casts up for trial, to admit of his sitting
to judgment, having been acting as counsel in
..Our correspondent (tom Brookdale gives a
•roblem this week, that we received from an
•ther source, last week, but it was isumivertent
y omitted. Our triend from Lawsville will
•lease excate the oversight, as ii is sometimes
even for an editor to forget or make a
...We should like to know for our (Awn satis
if,aince banking has become free to any
ne who has got money enough, it would be
.ecessary to limit the allowance of stock to each
arty subscribing? And also, if nearly $200,000
- mild be subscribed where only $lOO,OOO is
- anted? There is not quite as much excitement
, n our streets In respect to the " First Natidnal
• Or as there was at one time. '
..There has lately been a separation• between
lover and his Sweetheart. She presented him
ith her photograph, and he, on his crooked
nem, swore he would always wear itp next his
• While making his last Sunday' erening
• 11, he pulled out his handkerchief from his
k pants pocket, when, lot the photograph
at his lady's feet. She says he is either a
or eisa his heart is not in the right place.
...The Annual Statement of the Odd Fellows'
otoal Lite Imo:mum Company shovis it to be
a prosperous condition. The total -member
' .1) ere 103. The santamt of Pisan paid during
'e Tear 1874, wee 418,283; amount 'of lasses
teriously paid, wet ; total ansottON death
Los Pall duce (monk:4o, leo 1138.461.
mount of permanent fund loaned mitt old, on
d, $6,148,115. The following wailer:Mc=
.r the ensuing year: President, A. N. Baud ;
ice President, D. C Hendrick; Secretary, C.,
Smith ; Treasurer, A.mosNichols; Direetnno,
. R. DeWitt, C. F. Read, Atrollas Stone, C. H.
, with, R. 8. Merriman, G. P./Atic", iitchOh
W. Direhard, Retry Sheretatt; ArrUters. J.
Corwin, L N. Ballard.
.. Between the good et:feeler:4llw'
Narrow Gager and the "br.old poin. nocope
*tion of our coal dealers, we en now getting
I sizes of drat-class coal, delivered, at $4.80
ton. This price, comprised with -What we
ere forced to pay the D. L. & -W. Company,
• ore our road tame along, will demonstrate
• • at in the mere item of coal,we are more than
aid the interest on stock invested. Whim we
~. we in the hands of the D. L. & W., we paid
.ra 03 to (GO per toe, delivered, so that in the
Iterate family. we now save tram 125 to $81)
r year, which is a six per cent, dividend on
1 ' or 0 stock. We have been Dee to mit-
the teninsg= of the road in - ttot ir ctomtilet.
IS it, as agreed, and we no ail free to give
1 due ersdit. .
bale Railway company are iaUaering
at Narrowatnug for their aummers supply
Carbaadak, titualuettaorta sad Port JerriL-•
dtt4Atkaal aboat 0147 cars:
We learn that the sickness or the editor will
prevent an issue of the Susquehanna Gazetta
this week. We miss the Gazetts for it always
has something original and fresh.
Now Iron Bridge.
The Lehigh Valley 'Railroad Company. will
commence in a short time the erection of a new
troll bridge across the • Delawreviver, at 'Kai
ton. It will be about 1,100 feet long, and wide
enough fur three tracks. Messrs. Kellogg
Maurice, of Athens, Pa., have the contract for
A correspondent of the Port Jervis Gazette
says that the lumbermen about Hancock are
getting out their usual quantity of lumber this
winter, despite the hard times and low prices.
One great trouble with' Delaware lumbermen
is that their timber has been cut down for bark
with which to run the tanneries. anal conse
quently the timber must be got to market or it
will spoil. Of course this ones not affect the
hard wood market.
Snyder Isumrenee Cue.
The Monroe Snyder insurance case, an ac
count of which appeared In the Drarocrtar of
last week, ended at Stroudsburg on Thursday
last. Judge Dreher charged the jury.in the case
and they returned in a short time with a ver
dict in favor of the heirs, the judgement being
for $16,459. The defendants, the Penn. Mutual
Lite Insurance company have moved for a new
trial, and the motion will be argued at Mauch
Chunk In February. ,
Patrerur of Husbandry.
Cascade Grange of the above order was or•
ganized in Harmony township. this 'bounty,
Jan. 28, DM, by 1). D., R. B. Searle, and the
following officers Installed :
Master, Geo. G. McKune; Overseer, J. R
Comfort; Lecturer, Wm. W. Watrous ; Stew
ard, G. E. McKune; Ass't Steward, F. M. eqEl3-
tort ; Chaplain, J. F. McKune; Treasurer, L
E. Stunts ; Secretary, P. L. Norton ; Gt. Keep
er, E. Bailey; Ceres, Nora Morse; Pomona,
Sarah Bailey; Flora, Lucy M. Bhutto; L. A. S.
Julia D. McKune.
The court, for the second week, proceeded to
try: two casesand then adjourned un Wednes
Marks & Bean vs N. P. Cornell—a suit to re
cover the proceeds of a Sheriff's sale of proper
ty of one Pritchley. Jury failed to agree and
John Lord vs John and Martin V. Bisbee—
Suit for damages laid at $3,000, plaintiff
that they procured his defeat in the former
suits by conspiracy, false testimony, &c. Alter
hearing him and his witnesses, tun court, on
mutton of R. B. Little, esq., nonsuited
Bank Robbery la Carbondale.
The First National Bank of Carbondale, was
rubbed last week while the teller and a clerk
were absent at dmner,and the cashier,Jas Scott
a feeble old man, was the only person in the
building. Two men entered the bank, and one
of them asked change for a five dollar
When Mr. Scott stooped to get the change he
was bound and gagged, and the robbers hastily
gathered up all the currency they could find,—
They secured about $lO,OOO, overlooking a
package containing $15,000, when they were
disturbed by a woman and ran out the back
door. They crossed the river on the ice, got
into a sleigh and drove off. Later in the after
noon two men were arrested on suspicion of
being the robbers.
Bentedy for Bans.
An exchange says: The most useful remedy
and the easiest to be had, or kept on hand, is
embrocation of lime water and linseed oil It
can be Laid at drug stores—if not, slake a lump
of qo . k.k . ime—common lime—in water, hot is
the quickest done,and when cold and clear,mix
it with the oil, and shake it well. This prepa
ration may be kept in the house, bottled, and
will be good for many months. These simple
agents form a thick,cre_am-like substanos,which
effectually excludes the air and allays the infla
mation almost instantly. No matter how bad
the case may be, apply at once. It does not
diy on and form a crust In bad cases it's best
to wash It off, say two or three times a day,
with warm milk and water, carefully, and then
renew the oil dressing each time_ This is a
remedy 'any family can have on hand, and an
immense amount of suffering be saved. It pre
vents the formation of scars. as much as is pos
sible to do.
Danations in Libraries
Henry D. Biddle, esq., of Philadelphia, has
recently presented to the Medical Society of
Susquehanna cdunty twelve volumes pertaining
to medical subjects. The following is the cata
logue of the Library of the Society: Medical
and Surgical History of the Rebellion, in two
large volumes; Medical Register and Directo
ry of the United States, recently published ;
History of Susquehanna County ; and the fol
lowing volumes from Mr. Biddle : Paget's Sur
gical Pathology, Griffith's Formulary,William's
Pathology, Morfit's Chemical Manipulation*,
Action on Reproductive Organs, Parrisb's
Practical Pharmacy, Obstetric Catechism, Lud
lOw's Manual, Physical Life of woman, Tan
ner's Clinical Medicine, Bundling.
Mr. Biddle has . also presented twenty-one
bound volumes arc . l a few pamphlets to the
Montrose Library, which now contains nearly
three hundred volumes.
It is very much to be regretted that this val
uable Library is so little appreciated and pat
ronized by the citizens of Montrose. Twice,
meetings for election of officers, etc., have been
advertised, and no one but the undersigned ap
peared. A few volumes have been for a long
time absent from - the shelves, and the' return of
them without delay is now a second time re
quested. C. C. Mum'.
Everybody is drawing bark and logs.
Why ain't we have a drum corps in this
Broadhead & Casteline have a new black
smith shop on North street..
There has been a protracted meeting held
in the V- E. church, but it be closed for lack
Frank Beardalee has lett town, and gone to
Scranton., Frank la a good fellow and we ere
sorry be has left na.
Six dollars for the Hall to ontsidera,serrn dol
len, for home entertainments. "Charity begins
at borne" you know
The funeral services of Mrs. M. Beuiamin
were held yestarday, (Jan. 40th) m the Presby
terian church. She was an exemplary women,
a food mother and a devcigt Christian.
Mr. A. Moore, from Michigan, filled the pul
pit at the Universalist church last Sabbath.—
Eie is a very eloquent tpeaker. It is reported
that the society will hire him for the ensuing
Mr. E. V. Barney nas moved his harness shop
from Titstrorth'e building to the rooms former..
ly occupied by A. T. Packard, Mr. P. having
removed his shoe shop to another room In the
Just notice she roan who has got a winter's
' Job 'round" - sir Bones, He API.* 4,
eats his breakfasOtrid It with a *ll4 Of
surprise that you notice his bast° and impatience
to reach pis place of business. The cry of tire
would not cause him to move. Nothing ghost
of the want of a chew of tobacno could do that.
Btookipa, Jan. Ys. lfi:b
T.i-LEl' MONTROSE DEMOCRAT, Wednesday, January 27th, 1875.
Prom BpringrUlesmi Dimoek.
A welctaio Montrone ,Dzito•
tiberaff.Saies, and Iveddingi apprar . to Mho
the lead these days. --
Simnel S. Tyler has bought his father's
at Tylerville station, for $52.50 per acre.
James *emigrant has killed twelve foxes,
this Winter, beside some otter and mink.
Dimock has' been blessed • with a seeret'ilnele
ty, under the 'name of B. B. 8., but they now
call themselves Y. XC. A. What will it be
A certain correspondent ot the RePubfierm,
formerly ot Dimock, under the Ronde- u me of
"Lover of Truth," lies dangerously ill with the
James M. Wallace raised the best crop of oats
in the township of Dimock. They yielded 20,4 i
bushels to .the hundred sheaves, weighing 84
pounds to the bushel.
Mr. J. V.t.symond has just completed a tine
turning -lathe in his chair factory. Mr. It is
now prepared, to 'do - allitinds of work in his
line: Hilishophs one Mdf mile Minn Tyler Sta
tion on the Montrose d i 4.-
Mr. A. BUidich met with a sad accident the
other day , . ...Mat he was grooming his horse
he received a kick on the arm, breaking It just
above the elbow and cutting off the main arte
ry. Dr. N. C. Mackey was called and dressed
One of the saddest scenes that it was ever
our lot to witness, occurred at the Hall of the
New Milford Grange, this evening. At the
close of the regular meeting of the Grange (10
o'clock) as the members were preparing to leave,
Charles C. Chamberlain, who had seemed to be
in hts usual` health, and bad been talking with
the members, while putting on hts overcoat, ov
ershoes, etc., suddenly turned to J. A. McCon.
nel and said, "I feel bad," and fell to the floor
and instantly expired. It was thought at first
that he had only fainted, and every effort was
made to bring him to consciousness. Dr.
Smith was immediately sent for and reached
the spot in about eight minutes after he fell.
All that human aid could avail was dune, but
to no purpose, and after a careful examination
the Doctor. pronounced life extinct and the
cause of his death, Mart disease, This fact
was fast taking hold of each mind present as
they worked incessantly to revive him, but still
they hopdd, even against their own convictions
until the doctor's words convinced them that
they could entertain it no longer. The tearless
despairing agony of his wife was terrible to
witness; her piteous appeals to those around,
to save him, and her calls upon him to speak to
her once more, moved every heart, and there
were few dry eyes present that witnessed her
The warm sympathy of the members of the
order was extended to Mrs. Chamberlain and a
number of the brothers and sisters accompan
ied her to her stricken home. A. A. B.
New Milford, Jan. 23, 1875.
We used to be told that Republican govern
ment was based upon the will of the governed,
but the latter day "saints," of the tyrannical .
persuasion, believe that sumptuary measures
and laws are their only salvation and "let the
country slide." We have no doubt they are
correct as to themselves, in their position, yet,
nevertheless, there Is a question whether the
people will submit. It has been demonstrated
to the satisfaction of all honest men in the last
ten years, that if you surrender one right of the
masses to designing rulers, under the pies of
"necessity," they will take a dozen for their
can personal preservation inpower. We give
etsewnere me text of a bill lot compuisory eon
cation introduced in our State Legislature.—
Alter MeXtdoption'af the; constabulary system
of education the next step In bureaucratic goy
ernment will be the appointment of all teachers
by the state, who will then be selected solely
With reference to their ability to serve the par
ty in power. We have seen it mentioned and
also alluded to it in our columns, that a new
school lair Is to be introduced, also. This com
pulsory project, to till school buildings, being
passed first, will pave the way for a more cell
tralized power to take charge of, and superin
tend them. Our little experience of fifteen
years teaching, induces us to believe that when
education is to be put down a scholl ir with a
ramrod, it will require two teachers to each pu
pil—one to bold him while the other loads film
—and also another dignitary to superintend the
job. This kind of educating may do under a
monarchical government, but will make trouble
in a tree country. We have not seen the law
proposed, but we am informed that one provis
ion in it would make only two persons, now
in Susquehanna county, eligible to the office of
County Superintendent. As death sometimes
"loves a shinning mark" we might be left
without a single person under these circum
stances, and be obliged to have the State Su
perintendent send us one. We would be glad
to know upon what "Civil Service Reform"
these two persons are made competent, as there
might then be others who would be competit
ors for the position. Bat we suppose we shall
know about these thing some time and there
fore we will drop it for the present.
Row the Lead Option League do Bndneu•
We copy the following interesting proceed
urn which was communicated to the Susque
The past week has been; something of an
exciting one in Susqu•lianna, on t10:0110t of the
prosecution of many of the dealers in contra
band fluid* quite a numbei of' whom were in
It appears that for a week or two before
court convened at Montrose, a book canvasser,
calling himself J. Cary, and hailing from Bris
tol, Pa, hadmade himself quite conspicuous by
his gyrations around town, making acqnaintan
cm with lively young men and treating liberal
ly at all the eating houses. In town to such do
mestic stimulants as cider, and, other fluids
But when the Grand Jury opened its session,
this liberal young man was found to have
changed 1 his quarters, from Susquehanna to
Montrose, and was the leading witness in pre
ferring charges against the persons against
whom true bills were found fur violations of the
local option law. In meat or the bills found,
the cases were put ',pack tO the next term of
court, 'when tome , therc expectto prove thaf
they are only spite actions, trumped up on the
testimony of unreliable anti:feasts.
Without discussing the propriety of our lo
cal option law, or its merits as compared with
a stringent license law,what should be thought
of any law that is so little respected by the Not
pie that hired spies have to come from a dta..
tance—perhaps picked ilk! out of somejall,perr,
itentiary,or-esen Worse pions— t io go sneaking
and snooping around town to do a Work fro odi
ous that the people
,in the treipberhood will
not stoop de it; ' :
And what should be thought of the moral
character of the pions Good Templar who -has
taken a solemn ohilgatlOn to neither buy, sell,
or drink intoxicating drinks, or to supply oth
ers with it, anti bring a stranger , into town and
supply him with money and good wages to
hunt all over town to find men, women and
children, to tempt them 'with money offers into
violations of law by selling, or violations of
what - he eels good morals, by drinking whisky
sold in known, violation of the 21/W la ho not
a party to the mime? Is he riot the very seri
pent in thegarden r Is it s limiter that laws
become °digits when such ilespisable means
have to fib taken to enforce them Should'aot
courts andlnyies iool upgn . 2 t4stOnony thus oh,
tattled with greet deg* ai tiusOcieilr
The eleighlug being good the farmers are
all busy drawing logs and bark.
Another wedding will come off this week.—
The gentleman Is a resident of Apoiscon town
and the lady; is at present staying in this
The Democratic head-quarters for this year,
seems to be at Mr. Wm. Buffums. He is an old
; Jackson Democrat in principles and is not
afraid to advocate them. He is also, general
agent for the Michigan Lumber Wagon, (Harri
son's) a sample of which can be seen In trout of
• "thir Tim" is married. He is the son of John
Lehand, of Apolacon. lie is well known in
this vicinity as the popular proprietor and driv
er of the Binghamton stage to Friendsville.—
His courting days are over. No more pleasant
rides. No more soft words cr shy looks at lady
passengers. The lady of his choice is Bliss
Kate Golden, tormerly of Middletown, but she
has resrded in this borough of late. Her beau
ty and goodness of heart are well calculated to
make the bridegroom happy.
change - hos Caine o'er
The spirit of their dreams."
They are now young and happy, and may
God bfgaa them on their journey through life.
Friendsville, Jan. 23, 1873.
Publish Your Statement*
There are some provisions in the laws of 1874
which demand the Immediate and careful con
sideration of all corporate or district authori
ties, such as councilmen in boroughs, school
directons,suparvisors and county commisaionera
We desire to call their attention to the sixth
section of the act of April, 1874, pamphlet laws
Page 68 .
SECTION 6. "The corporate authorities of
every such municipality or district shall, annu
ally, in the mouth of January,prepare and pub
lish in at least two newspapers of said muni
cipality, or of the county In which the same is
situate, if so many bo printed therein, a state
ment showing in detail the actual indebtednea.
the amount of the funded debt, the amount of
the floating debt thereof, the valuation of the
taxable property therein, the assets of the cor
poration, with the character and nature there
of, and the date of maturity of the respective
forms oh funded debt thereof, and a neglect or
failure so to do shall be a misdemeanor, pun
ishable by a fine not exceeding one thousand
The first section of the act enumerates some
of the corporations to which the provisions of
the act are applicable, as follows: "Any city,
county. borough, township, school district, or
other municipality, or any incorporated district
within this cornmonwenith." It will be ob
served also, that the mere neglect to comply
with this law is made a misdemeanor.
We advise all persons affected by this act of
assembly to examine this law for themselves
and to be vigilant in having the proper state
ment published in due time, and thus avoid a
serious neglect of duty.
Two weeks past oar favorite, the DEMOCRAT,
has been promptly received. Thanks where
they are due
Business is quite lively in this place now.—
Thirty teams are drawing green, 4 feet, wood,
to J. Emmon's wood yard, there to season, and
be fit for use, at the acid works in 1876.
Not long since, 1. Comstock was out hunt
ing and shot a large owl, that measured tour
feet and eight Inches from tip to tip. Let the
man who kills a larger one spe4k about it.
A singing•school has been organized here,
under the instructions of N. J. Chidister, who
is a first-clans teacher. The school is well at
tended,and two evenings In each week,the class
find new beauties In the Coronation.
What punishment is severe enough for a man
who ht.., of flit...
an iron fire poker, palls her to the floor
by the hair of her head, and then kicks her ?
Shall the law take its course with him now, or
wait until he strikes an unlucky blow, and has
to pay the penalty of his crime as O,Mara did
We hope to see a reliable solution to the tol
lowing question, In your next paper : I and
\V form a partnership. They agree to share the
profits equally. I puts in $108.50, W $7O. Its
simply to receive $38.50 the amount he invests
more than W. When they close the business
they find that they have paid out for stock,
$721.02. and the total amount of their sales is
$1102.09. What is each man's share? Who
will decide when butchers disagree.
Dec. 27th, Manson Chalker and wife were
on their way to J. B. Chalker's,their brother, to
meet brother and sister, and partake of a feast
of venison, but when within a mile of that
place, their horse became unmanageable,turned
the wagon over, at the same time kicking fear
fully. Both Mr. and Mrs. Chalker were badly
bruised, and fears were entertained that Mr. C.
would be a cripple for the remainder of his life.
He is slowly improving but yet not able to go
'out ot his house_ lie has many frirmda that
will gladly meet him on the street again.
Brookdale, Jan. 23, 1875.
To Cure Colds
This being the season at which colds are
most prevalent and most difficult to get rid of
it may be interesting to recall the substance of
some remarks on the subject contributed to
Nature some four years ago by a correspondent.
He stated that by simply abstaining from drink
and liquid food of any kind as long a period as
possible, the internal congestion—which is in
fact the condition generally known as "a cold"
—becomes reduced. The cause orcongestion
is the excess of blood contained in the over
charged membranes ; and this removed with
the general bulk of the blood has been dimin
ished by witholding the supply of fluid. By
keeping the supply of drink for a day or two
down to a point at which some degree of thirst
Is yet experienced, a complete cure may be ef
Dr. Drown &guard says that there are many
facts which show that morbid phenomena of
rtsplmtion can be also stopped by the influence
of arrest. Coughinefor instance, can he stop
ped by pressing on the nerves on the lip in the
neighborhood of the nose. A pressure there
may prevent a cough when it is beginning.—
Sneezing may be stopped by the same mechan
ism. Pressing in the neighborhood of the ear,
right Ic front of the ear, may stop coughing.—
It Is so also In hiccough, but much less so than
for sneezing or coughing Pressing very hard
on the top of the mouth inside is also a means
of stopping coughing. And I may say the will
has immense power there. There was a French
soldier who used to say, whenever beentered
the wards of his hospital, "the drat patient who
coughs here will be deprived of his food to-day.' l
It was exceedingly rare that a patient coughed
There are many -other affections associated
with breathing which can be .stapped by the
same mechanism that stops the bean's action.
In spasm of the glottis, which Is a terrible
thing in childrenxia you well know, as it some ,
times causes death,and also in whooping cough,
it is possible to afford relief by throwing cold
water on the feet, or by tickling the soles of the
feet which produces laughter, and at the same
limp goes to the gray matter that is producing
the spurn and arrests it almost at once. I
would not say that these means are always
successful. I would hot say that we can always
prevent cough by our own will o but in many
Instances those things - are possible, end if you
remember that in bronchitis and pnenmonia,or
backing, or colleting greatly . Increases the
trouble at times, you can easily see how hoPor'
toot It is for tbepatient tryand mid cough
ing as best he can,
The Photographer, is doing all kinds or Pie
Lure Framing, of all sizes, on short nage°,
-July V, —tC a, VV, DoourTrß.
The public are respectfully informeil that
Rev. John B. Breckinndge, M. A., pastor of the
M. E. Church, at Middletown, Conn., will de
liver three Lectures ; one On Matrimony, and
two on Ins recent travels in Europe. D. V., as
follows : The first on Tuesday. Feb. 9, at the
Fairdale, M. E. Church; the second, at Forest
Lake M. E. Church, on Wednesday, Feb. 10th,
and the third ou Thursday, Feb. 11th, pros.—
Tickets for the course, fitiy cents, for each Lec
ture twenty-five cents. These may be bought
of Marvin Hall, David Olmstead, Robert Pet
itt, Wm. Walker, Lott DeVine, A. D. Geary,
Asa Warner, Levi H. Lincoln, and at the Fair
dale Parsonage. Sweet singers from abroad are
expected to give increasing interest to the oc
casion. E. W. Rancananwon.
N. B. The avails of these lectures to be
plied to the payment of the parsonage debt, at
Fuirdale. We earnestly solicit a special inter
est in this ease, and invite the citizens of Mont
rose, as well as of the circuit to remember the
Golden Rule. E. W. B.
Mr. A. Hie.hcox, formerly of this county,who
has been in the photographing business for 82
years, has located his gallery In Montrose, and
would desire the attention of the people of this
vicinity, in want of anything in that line. He
is confident that he can please you
Montrose, Jan. 10, 1875. A. HecKcox.
To TUE ArnacrEn.—No,matter under what
form of sickness yuu labor, there is one great
truth you should keep in mind : All disease
originates in an impure condition of the blood.
Purity that, and the disease must depart ; but
you cannot purity the blood by the use of pois
onous drugs, and exhaustive stimulants. The
best Blood PurVer ever discovered is Dn.
WALKER'S famous VINEGAR BITTERS. com
pounded of simple herbs.
ANOTHER Half Ton of Herkimer County
Cheese, Just received at
Nov. 4, '74. PORTER do liz.mhzdt.
HAMMED AORICCLTUIIAL SOCIETY.
The annual meeting of the Harford Agricul
tural Society, will be held at the School House,
m Harford village, Monday, February Ist,
1876, at 6% o'clock, p. m.. for the election of
officers, and for the transaction of such other
business as may be brought before said Society.
S. E. CAnnurTert, Secretary.
Harford, January 11th, 1875. 2-3
Men and Boys' Calf and Kip Boots, Cheap
for Cash a: PORTED. & NICHOL&
Nov. 4, '74.
COAL COAL !I
Plenty of first class coal MI sizes at J. R.
Raynsford's Coal Yard. Dunn Station. Leave
Orders at Central Express Office, or send to
Oct. 21, '74. J. R. RAVNBPO/ID.
PIIOTOGIIAPIIB.—Pictures taken in all the lat
cat styles. Old pictures copied and enlarged
Also a splendid lot of fratues for sale cheap
at G. W. DboLrrnat'fi.
Montrose, June 10, '74.—tf.
If you use the article, don't fool away your
money of ....Leap goods, but try ours at 40 cents
and upwards. Onurvis SATus.
Dec. 23d, 1874. 51-3.
SOMETHING NEW LN 1101 TE,
Call and see the new sanseam Boots at
Nov. 4, '74. PORTER at NICHOLS.
Herkimer, Fulton, and Susquehanna County
Cheese by the ton or tons.
GRIFFIS & SAYRE.
Dec. 23d, 1874. 51-3.
BINGHAMTON OFFR&S AN ATTRACTION
For gentlemen who wish to dress tvell.—The
WM3IIINOTON STREET TAILOWI have• engaged
the services of the celebrated W. 11. Lindly, a
gentleman of considerable note with the tailor
ing fraternity of this country. They are now
prepared for the summer trauegis they have just
received all the new things in the way of cloths,
cassia - nem •ed vestings. Their references are
the pest, hai Ing taken the first premium at the
Tailor's institute in New York last fall. Give
them a call.
H. H. HALLOCK, Proprietor.
May 20, 1874.—1 y. Bingbacr ton, H. Y
McBT AHD Cif teApron
61 Court St., Binghamton, N. Y.
N. B. You will also find Mr. C. C. Faurot
here to attend all your wants.
linghtur.ton, Nov. 4
Carver & Pratt
Woes* 331.m.saltemerat art
CARVER & PRA.TT'S
Over their splendid Mock of
LADIES' FURNISHIIIG GOODS,
AND MILLINERY GOODS
of dl styles and varieties. Their stock of ready-made
RAIN and BONNETS Is ancqualicd in the country for
4;121E - 2111E C7.l.4vese Chausteszas
‘7l7caris. ricsaxer Sara.
WE WILL NOT BE UNDitRSOLD.
W.L.CARVER W. P. PRATT.
Bincautton, Oct. 14.11374.-Iy. 21 Court St. Cr. Water.
4131 , 2313.
BllDSAl 4 l.—Binoseia,--At the residence of
L. E. Lincoln, in Forest Lake, on the 20th Inst.,
by I. EL. Lincoln, Eq., Mr. George M. Birdsall,
or ICrrickville. Bradford County, to Miss Flora
M. 'inlaid', of Forest Lake, this county.
[lradford County paperb please copy.]
R/TA2i-- - GYLE—In Lymanville 'AL E. Parson
ago on the 12th inst., Mr &Lund J. Buten, of
Blarstown, N. J., to Miss Eliza A. Gyle, of
Auturn, this county.
Vtx CatP—DIAN—In Liberty, on the 20th
Ms', by Eld. W. C. Tilden, Mr. Virgil Van
Coup, of Dimock, to Him Emma A. Dean, of
r.i.Vl9—WBLKEit—Ot. the Ist inst., by Rev.
P. L. VanSyckel, of Gibson, Henry M. Huth to
Idsp. Walker. of South Gison.
IsEsE—HEnsorms—By the same, on the 13,
lust, Wm. X. Reese, of SMiley, to Jennie C.
Reytohis. of Gibson.
LEcr—Knimms—ln Forest Lake, Jan. dth,
by Mmene Keeler esq_ Randolph Leet to An
nice V. Keeter, both of Friendavidle.
DtCREB—PacK—At the parsonage in New
Jan. 17th, by Rev. 0. M.. Martin, Wm.
N. rocker to Clara F. Peck, all of New Mil
REYNOLDS-111 Forest Lake, on the 20th inst.,
Mrs. Adelie M., wife of Aaron Reynolds, aged
forty-three years and eleven months.
Samsun—La Lymanville, on the 113th inst.,
Mrs. nary F., wile of Nathan Sherman, aged
tweay-eight years and two months.
Siva Sherman was suddenly called away
frdm t large circle of friends, who deeply mourn
her dmarture. She was beloved by all who
knew her, [Cow
Ltior.s—ln Kellogg. Jasper co., lowa, Ruins
Lines, in the 78th year of his age..
Tvran—At Hanford, Eliiscea co. Oct. 7th,1874,
Jansi W. Tyler, son 01 Jared and Sarah Tyler,
aged 26 years and 20 days.
TYLER-At Rexford, Oct. 17th, Sarah, wile
of Jared Tyler, aged 65 years, 4 mouths and 27
111.0 x--At Binghamton, N. Y., on Whilnes.
day, De:. 23, 1874, Buda- a M., wife of Isaac T.
Bull, ul quick consumption, aged 23 years, for
merly of Great Bend. Her dying words were,
"Tell all my friends to meet mein heaven."
Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep,
Fmt which none ever wake to weep.
CAIITZIA—RoyaI Carter died at his residence,
Jan. Stu, aged ntmrly forty years.
He Was born in Auburn, rinsqueqanna corm
ty, in which township he always lived. He
commenced a Christian life at the early age of
flßeen years. His love fur the church was
shown by both his words and his acts. His es
empliOcation at the Christian graces, especially
patience and forgive:hos, will not be forgotten
bythuse who visited Ulm in his altering. His
Mt:Amens to his family was very strong. It
watt trial to him to say "tarewell to his com
panion and Children, his resignation was per
feet. Lila friends have consolation in the words
of St. John : "They may rest from. their le.
UM unit their worius.do them:
There Is no pain which the Centaur
. 111, Liniment will not relieve, no swelling
'xi; they will not eubdue, and no lameness
which they will not eine. This le strong
language, but it is true. They have
P: produced more cute' of rheamalfam,
41:ftia tinge, caked breaate, scalds, barns. salt
rheum, earache, de., upon the human frame, aid of
strains, spade, galls, etc., upon animals In one year
than have all other pretended remedies since the world
began. They are counter•lrritant, all-batting, pain re
Maven. Cripples throw away thi it crutches, the lame
walk, poisonous bites are rendered harmless, and the
wounded are healed without a scar. The recipe is pub•
Untied around each bottle. They sell as no articles ever
sold before, because they do Just what they pretend to
do. Those who now suffer from rheumatism, pain, or
swelling deserve to suffer if they will not use Centaur
Liniment, white wrapper. More than 100:1 tertiffcates
of remarkable cures. Including frozen limbs. chronic
rheumatism, gout, running tumors. etc., have been re
calved. We will send &circular containing certificates,
the recipe, etc.. gratis, to any one requesting it. One
bottle of the yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment is worts
one hundred dollars for spavined or sweenied hones
and moles, or for rcrew-worm in sheep, • stock.gigurra
—thesellnimerits are worth your attention. No family
should be without them. ••White wrapper family use;"
Y•llow wrapper for animal.. gold by all Druggists.-
60centa per bottle; large bottles. $l.OO. J. B. Rosa &
to., SS Broadway, New York.
Castorla la more than a ribetltate for Castor Ott.
It le the only We article la existence which le certain
to asslmulat, the food, regulate the bowels, rare wind
colic and produce natural %Jeep. It contains neither
minemla, morphine or alcohol, and is pleasant to take.
Children need nut cry and mothers may rest.
1520 Coupon 1862 514% 114%
591 Coupon. 1861 ll6 116%
520 Coupon. 1865 118 118%
5.20 Coupon, '65 jy •
• • ..... • • 120 % 121
5-20 Coupon 1867 111% 121%
5-93 Coupon 1868 121% 121%
New 5 per cte 118% 114
t e ix . Csitu ................
Pads :change 2. 1 ...... . ........ .... .. ..54514 545%
461 457 X
Currency bd. ... . .. ...........
New York Produce Market
Reported Every Week Expressly for Tux Mortvaoss
Dffirocavr by Rhodes & Server, Produce Commis•
Woo Merchants 26 Whitehall Street, New York.
New York, Friday, Jan. 22,1875.
Receipts fur the last six days, 17,620 pkgs.—
The demand continues light and mostly of n
hand to mouth character; retailers purchase
only enough to last them from day to day, and
in the absence of any shipping; trade it is diffi
cult to move er.tire dairies. We consider the
general market weak and prices unsettled.
Firkins, choice ■elected 08 ,q 5 88c
Firkins, fair to prime, 25 Q. Mc
Pails, common.. ........25 Cps 80c
winter made. .......25 45 37c.
Roils, common to good, 00 05 250
Receipts for the last six days, 2,487 boxes.—
Orders from the home trade are only fair with
a disposition to buy for immediate requirements
rather than chance large stocks. There seems
t., be a little less animation in the shipping
trade. Holders are steady In their views and
believe the friction advance already attained
will be held and another advance be made some
time next month, this remains to be seen.
State Factory.... 14 tra lac
State Dairies. ...14 Mite
State Factory, fair to good ...... IS at 14e
Receipts for the last six days, 8,601 pkgs.--
Trade continues light in fresh eggs and prices
ar.i a trifle weak. Limed dull and weak.
State and Pennsylvania Ca Mt
Western choice brand.. Ot, tie
Limed, good to cboleo, 19 gly
The demand for quarter Apples continues
brisk, and prict.s of prime lots are held very
strong. Sliced are still dull. Peaches, Rasp
berries, and Blackberries, dull and weak,
State Apples. quarters,
Peaches, peeled, new...
Raspberries, new, ....
r ramu aweu untrozen stook in choice order is
not plenty and held ii,bout steady. Frozen lots
are arriving by freight and are rather slow with
a trifle easier tone as regards prices.
Chicken., pei lb,. prime
Choice veal calves are held about steady but
rozen lots are offering at easy prices.
Minton, earraases, prime to good..- .5 el 10e
Live Sheep, ... . .... . ..5 Te
Live Calve", good to prime, 9 10 10e
Calve., dreeaed, talc to p•kae, 9 01 19e
Trade continues dull, and prices favor buyers.
Early Rose, In bulk. per bb1....11 00 0 $ll5O
Qeacbblow•, In bulk, per bb1.... 125 sa 125
Sacroil Music Books . f 1875.
RIVER OF LIFE.ts A
(SSstc mobea .)
ful Sunday School Book. H.A.fltrkiitegng ry. TV.Battlay.
1.38. Full collection of Met
. rualTunes Anthems a. with
Qindtur Sla^hntall D a. w As • •
THONIA.S'S gI.RTEI A m ll o:ric H o E f l ge
best class, for quartet Choirs. J. IL Thomas.
D A. N K'S for
all the servicen of the uplacopal Charth. H r.kinb Y
P ERK IN S ANTRENI BOOK. (VA )
Eta.). Anthem.. Very tall.
good, and Mready popular collection. W. 0. Perdu.
SONG MONARCH. Tr c a s e )-
lng lichoola. Not much Sacred Music, but an admira
ble preparatory comae, with a large quantity of secular
umiak for practice. aR. ftd.mer and L. 0. Emerson.
All books sent post-paid, for retail price.
OLIVER DITSON & Co., CIIAS. R. DITSON & Co,.
Itostqo. n I EVilway. N. Y.
1-te (May 20, 18:4.-1y.]
V . RECKIIOW a BROTHER
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF' COF
FINS, CASKETS, ETC.,
r,....,, .A. = 4. . 1“; i • 12. T.P.S.M.M4I
ALLORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDEDTO
These prices are
FOR CASH ONLY,
and tor Customers from a distance
Good Winter Pants, lined,
MI Wool Cussimere Suits,
Broadcloth Dress Butts, all wno.,
French Diagonal Suite,
English Basket Butte,
Cutaway Coats and Vesta, fine,
Heavy Grey Overcoats,
Black Union Beaver Overcoats,
Castor Beaver Overcoats,
Chinchilla and Fur Beaver,
French Seaver and Kersey,
Good Under Shirts and Drawers,
Good Knit Jackets,
Good Cloth lined Paper Collars, per box, 10
And all other Goods in proportion.
Also ao Immense stock of
elta ID 2 1 1ilaw 6
for boys, from 3 years of age, up to metes size
at prima WU $2 00 a suit upvtards.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO,OO 80 MILES
to buy a supply of Winter Clothing at these
-WEBSTER The Clothier.
64:60 Court Street;
• Tlingbeniton, N. Y.
Binghamton, Nev. 11, '
A DMINISTRATOWS NOTICE —ln 01 tie:
As& man Snow. decermal. lata.of. Franklin touters o f
Administration in the slid estate having been giant" .
totboundersigned all persons owing said estateeArti
requested to make immediate payment. and ill por
sena having elaime against said estate are reqneated
present them without delay.
JOAN . LUTIIE
G R INOW.
Franklin. Dec.S3. '74.—esrpd Administrators.
A MidENIPTETOR'S NOTICE. Whereas letters of ad
admintatrttlonn to the est. of Jas. Atertagh Iste of
Auburn tp.. deceased. base been granted to the under
all persons Indebted to said eatnte, are r
ed to =tie Immediate payment. andthose having
claims against the same. are requested to present them
without &lay. B. O'NIELL. Administrator.
Montrose. Jan. 8, 18d15.-6w
I=l is: pi
I, AND r ,
(1) co-. •
v., ) 2
JOB PRINTING OFFldi
Will compete with any 'Aber in this section in
cheapness, promptness and quality of work.
Its stock has just been replenished with
of various styl® of ibeautiful letter. - Postern.
Show Bills, Hand Bills, Programmes, Dodgem.
Blanks of all kinds, Business Cards, Visiting
Cards, Book Printing, etc. £ Attorney's
Paper books printed with neatness and dis
patch. Call on or address
HAW LEY & CHUSEIL
TAKE NOTICE EVERYONE !
Fifty dollars reward will be paid to any person after
reading this, who harrnot received the worth of amount
CR '8 GREAT AMERICAN BALSAM 4
Coughs. Colds, Cronp, Asthma, Whooping Cough,
Bronchial Disease,Bidney Ceimpliant.Brysipelas. Seri)!
lila, Rheumatism, Pain in the titde and Breast. Also
Cuts, Bums Seplila, Bruises, Bites and Stings of In
sects. Foot Bites, Chilblains, and Internal and Extent
al Affections general.
Warranted a Sure Cure for the Piles.
I. acknowledged by the Public as tho beat for the
above mentioned Diseases of any Medicine of the pres
nt day. It le composed of purely vegetable ingredients
It purifies the blood,whicb most be done In nine-tenths
of all diseases before the patient can be cured. It Is
partlediarly beneficial In ernes of ASTHMA or PILES.
Tlus is no humhue. and any person buying a bottle of
O. A. B. and neing di•satlefled after using X of it,may
return the same and receive their money hack
We„ the attic hive used Crane's Unlearn, and
hehy testi to its good qualities, and to its being
2:5 8 9
23 25 25
.912® 9 X
.30 45 31
Ainey R Williams, Druggists, New Milford. M. Do!a
way. Franklin Forks, Rev A IL Fish, Stanford rlllo,Pa
C. 11. Crane. New York City, C. IL Vanloan Scranton,
and many others.
no O. A. B. is not sold at the popular price of one
dollar per bottle, but (or fifty cents, co that all can have
it, Sold by Dealers generally,
ULIARLES L. CRANE.
15 (4 16
16 et, 17
J. H. BARNES I OS. BL ME. I II G. BL LADING.
BINGHAMTON MARBLE WORKS.
BARNES BRBS. & BLINDING,
DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS OF
tuliuu & 4tutritan garbtro,
AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITES
Marble and Slate Mantles,
111714. 1573. BIND ILAM,TON. N. Y.
JULIUS SHULTZ, Practiml Machinist. respectfully
solicits the yettnmage of all ehn may want Engines
Millwork, Shafting, Ilangels, Pulleygcars /he.
N.B.—Special attention paid to repairing.
New Milford. June 10. 14-Iy.
T" New York WEEKLY WITNESS, giving
News, Market... Stories, Pictures. and Live Editor.
lads at 111.20 a year Postage paid, has ranched 15,00 D
circulation to 9 years. Send for fr,e sample copy. 1-4 w
eg Tul tae Pram gl TßY of i„ 1 trading.o paper mll
T lamP°'lk' l ' ll l'l!nor
for S specimens - before you forget it Splendid Map
Premium. Agents wonted everywhere. Big Commis.
elone paid I IT. li. IlAggoos, 538 Washfngton st.,Boeton,
Mate., 608 Arch St., 1-4 w
CONSTANT EMPLOYMENT- Male or Female, $3O
t 7 1 ,./ cd. r . . rw d ee ,, t . trLifrnrottl, uoeapital required: Par.
6 cent return stamp, o e ampleacant Tree. Addreaa with
ur C. ROSS.
Williamsburg, N. Y.
111AWAN.LEcTet7itiliD.E - tor..Rm`dN73l7,Terien.N:
M. D., Late Protof.Eye and Ear surgery in the Wain
tugton University, Surgeon In Charge.
The large hardsrane residence of the late Charles Cat
hay been fitted op with all the improvements
opted In the latest schools of Furope, t.r the special
ant of this class of dleensen. Apply by letter to
GEORGE REULING. M. D.,
'AI-4w . Surgeon in Charge.
ir . Rumr: *. Sao
441DISYCE1051ANCY. or SOUL CHARMING."—Row
IL" either sex may Meditate and gain the lore and
affections of any person they choose Instantly. Thin
Ample mental acquirement all can posams_,tree.by
for 25 eta, together with a marriage gnidelgrypt tan Ora
cle Dreams. Uinta to LaMar, WedtbnekNie`tt - Butzt. ere.
6 queer book. Address, T. WUJI AIL & C )„Pubr. ,
1-4 w, Ptul'a.
COUGHS. COLDS, HOARSENESS
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES
• -178 -
WELL'S CARBULIC TABLETS
• PUT UP ONLY IN DICE BOXES..
• A TRIED AND SURE ItIDIEDY.
Sold by Druggists generally. and
Johnston, Holloway & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
WiAT I KNOW ABOUT AGENIIII, or
lms', 'to oloar $lOO to $2OO per month
telling ammo!), store.. .cow View& Mao Cud Charm.
Apply at onto to D. L. GUERNSEY. Coucord.N U -4w
irvs YOU TRIED
arty PLII:7 33 331.13.41. ?
Weak, Nervous, or Debilitated?
Are you'', languid that nay exertion requires =torso
en effort thin you legit capable of malting?.
Then try JURUBgIIA, the wonderful tonic and 'orig•
orator, whico acts so beneficially on tho secretive or
gans as to Impart vigor to all the vital forces.
It is no alcohholic appetiser, which stimulates for •
short thus, only to let the sufferer fall to a lower depth
of misery, but it is • vegetable tonic acting directlyort
the 'lreland ' • _
' It regulates the Itu wats, (pilots the nerve., and /flyer
audits healthy tone to the whole system as to soon maks
the Invalid feel like a new person.
Its operation la not violent. but is ctiararterlsed by
great gentleness; the patient experiences no sudden
change, no marked results. but gradually his troubles
°Vold their tents. like the Arabs,
And silently steal away."
This to no row and untried discovery, bet ha* been
(oag used with wonderful renredlal results, and Is pro•
nonecod by the highest tnedlcalenttloritleff,"thr Meg
powerful - tonic and alterative knoWn - ."!
Ask your,drnatot tor
Till 11, For en.tg_by e
4147( C 0.., ^ •
I= 4 . 9-
zi — e
sg , t.: l l
A's 27 4
42 13 ''4
711.=i2 , j
As a Family Medicine Fm
New Milford, Ps
Cauchy & Co.
H. J. WEBB
Nu Jost received from Ncw York • fresh stock of
which will be sold CHEAP POE CASH
Among the °ammo articles may be found Reed Or,
lee no Molasses, r R. Molasses. etyre_es., Bums.
coddob.. Mackerel.lialAnO.DAnw. Canned Finite.unal•
bent el, Cheese. Teas, Crushed White Wheat. Salm.
tea, Spices , Canoed Selmon,Turks Wand Belt de.
Montrose, Dec. 16. DM. J 3, J. WEBD.
CONVERNIONS OP AN INVALID,
oblished as • wanang and for the benefit of Yam
Man and others who .after from FEBTOV. Da: 102 " 1 "
Loss op Mammon, do.. supplying the teems or Belf.
Cure. Written by one who euredltitusell after under.
going considerable unadtafY. and soot free on recei v ing
a post paid directee enveMpe.
Sufferers ate Invited to address the author.
P. QV kiOA IA Brooklyn, N. V.
October::th , 1874.-43 m.
Binghamton Bliar'blo Works t
Alt kind. of tdontunenta. Headstonia,,,and Marble
Mantles, made to order. Also,. Scotch Granites cm
hand. 1. picimiurro & co.,
s. mezzo's°. } is Court Strict.
U. P. ISUOWII. .Blngliamtact, N. T.
Oct. 28. 1874.
DON'T READ THIS 1
But be sure to come to C 001.13 STATrOIIon tfie
Montroaa Ballwin. mad
itik For What We Have Not riot.
sac we will vree to bereft to-morrow
121712.e5t 12Cre. Siscri. coos
LI • PULL AMOSITICIt OP
BOOTS AND SHOES, YANKEE NO•
TIONS, HATS AND CAPS,
A tinelot of DRUGS and MEDICINES,
all of which will be sold as Cheap as the Cheap
cat for READY PAY. All kinds of
County Produce Taken In itechasica
fur Goods at the highest Market Prim
CASH PAID FOR PORE, BUTT= AND POULTRY.
or slapped to responsible Coro salmi Vextbaste ill
New York. Give us • call.
SAIIIIM. J031:3. MARTIN & JONES
Oct. 0, 1874. —.9m.
GOAL i COAL 1
The best Coal In market to be had at the
The undersigned, navtng bad long exparlenee In the
Coal trade, guarantees satisfaction.
°niers loft with
E. P. STAMP, 1. N. BUGLARIS, OR AT
will be promptly attended to. Ctn be seen el IL P
Stamp's, evenings, from 6 to 8 o'clock.
0. D. Stebbins.
Montrose, Nov. 4 , •741.--4 m.
Would cal attention to but New Stock of
FALL• AND WINTER 8000 S,
Now oa sale, to new
DLI 7 CO 0 ODO s ,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, BLACK
AND COLORED ALPACAS,
NEW STYLE OF PRINTS,
SHAWLS, WATERPROOFS, FLAN
NELS, BALMORAL, AND HOOP
SKIRTS, VELVETS, HOSIERY,
HEAVY WOOL GOODS, CARPETS, OIL
CLOTHS, PAPER HANGINGS. BUFFA
LO AND LAP ROBES.FDREL.ma...T_n_
HARD W AREIRON,N AILS,
STEEL, STOVES A3D •
In great variety, and will be Bold on the most
favorable terms, and lowest pikes.
New Milford, Nov. 11, 1874.
CHEAP CASH STORE!
We pay Cash for Goods. and sell for Cub, and *odd
PEOPLE FROM BINGHAMTON
and idertity, 'tatting Montrose. to
GIVE US A CALL
bef — tzereliaterzteereAsllmenelani tiooda rm"
that they sell In Binghamton for twentrilse dollars.
New doods Arriving Every .Day!
HELD m BTBATID.
Montrose. Nov. 11, "11.-IYr.
A NEW AEUUMTGUMENT
PIANOS & ORGANS,
At L. B. Isbell's Jewelry Stand.
Where larger and better stock of the Ibllowing
goods will be found than elsewhere In
FOIE AMERICAN WATCDES,
imam a macs*,
SOLID SILVER 10 PLATED WARE. • •
(OF ALL MEM
EINE.TAELE CUTLERY: • -
and a general assortment of Maslasillerebandise.
• - .7 Sheet Iff sic, ligolici Strings, ate.. ate.
All Vine Wateb Repairirg 'Sewing Marianas and Os
done Ms noualay - gags Repaired by
R. Isbell. I F. ltelholils. • 7
Sept. 10. 1c3.-mr. swims.
a !l z OMNIBUS LINE .
Tbeundenignahas an omnibus lins ranting tow .
-cry trip on too D. W., and Ens Dollwaysat:
Great Bend,' Pa. ,
ATV order tat
shiPPIo.. or no-shiPPlog Dogma;
st either depot will be promptlyqt„ 15kIkseed3 ,
The now Mar bridgO - is now ee' d n l5 fellowa, w ho
Is no Ferrying. slight indiscre.
bag_ been deiloesi lis * •‘‘ that
tellgtor which !Jukes people wash