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The London , Times' in - a rcentiartith
on the Stagnation the. 'Russian :grain
tradei'atid. the'.heity dissittera.thatliatie
overtaken Odessa, the 'great. clmrni4eial-
A nd wheat. .shipping port
Russia, calla particular - : - atteritiort„to the
rapid.growth of the grain . trade in this
country. •the total grain crop includingl.
ma ize, wheat; rye, oats, barley and buck
wheat, of the United. States( fOr the lear.
.1874, may be .estimated - ' as' .eiceeding
1,700,000,000 bushels. For the crop-year
e nding-August .31, .our., exports .of
'wheat alone atnotinted 'to - 1 . 14.597,585
bushels, They have steadily increased
since, ana,.reacheit the. enorutoas „-figure.
of 70,349;086 bushels in 1874J' Y - Thete .
figures by no means represent our actual
surplus. Agricultural industry . dra*s
from the soil such'vtist storetrof'prOduoti
in the Western Stats, that many detiay
unused : or are burnt. 4 for ! fuel, notwith
.are • travertine railiOads
and the cheapest tq . -nature's means of
communication. 'The competing routes
for the tradenf Abe .. .West...enable - the pro
'beer. to place his grain, ,in .New York,
„Baltimore, ' Philadelphia!, 'hr Boston,at ,
such prices that .the American s , liipper is
graduallY driven the Russians o t Of , the
British market. The ,:total.Arnports,4
wheat and flour in the thited. Sitigdom
for, 1874 'amounted to 49;322,206,698 I
cwts, .'cwt. =of , reckoned . 1
as equal to - 1 1-4 cwt,
.of wheat in the
this'lloo 0: 1.,1 21006,0:52`,Z.W ; t),
were 111144 - td . from the United States,
furnished only cwts. .114 fat)
the larger 014.frefoGthis litide fell ',to' the
city of Nei , York. !rile following table`
of -receipts of grain; fliiiti•4o.;'h the d~f
fere n t ports_ Vro.ye,iiinteresting...
The iteelpf.refitiur 'and - grain : at'
New York in 187A-Weri9-:.,....
The receipts of fltinr" 'grain - lit, ".!*
Baltimore in 1874 24,93.0g05.
• The receipts of flour , and'-grain: 7 44 -
• Philad'elphiain 1874 24,625,591:
The receipts of flour and 'grain* at I „.!
BostOd'in 1874 were 18` . 000,606
The, receipts of flour
Portiao in 1874 were..'... 4,643,498 -
Of nOtir exports bread stuffs'are next to
cotton valuattim—in , 1874, ri they
. $161,198,854,r.whi1e doling,
the same year cotton '.brought -to this
C0untry , 5231,223,580. . England" receives
• by far the greater portion of our surplus
, bread stuffs, but there, is scarcitly a eiv 7.
• Ilizettotniutry we . do .not help to feed,"-I r
It must .be noticed that during the last
' few • years our acreage, under grain-crops
has been steadily • increasing, migration
has fallen off, trade has been siagnaut,all
commercial and manufacturing iuterests
have heep greatly, 'depre3seth 'tinder
these adverse circumstances 'the . agricul .
tural interests alone have flourished. The
wealth which - has been ; taken
. mit of the
ground i ii - Shape •of kn•;`cPttOn l ;Wheat,
petroleum and bullion since 1873, will go
far toward reviving ..commerce` arid: put
ting this. , co•Untry:once.; more.. - onthp road
to mote prosperous •,, I • .
the' fact is,•'WP Mug - get 'bac* `to "first
.if. we would regain' our old
time proiperity. That is we •Mnstbegin •
" to draw. : .ptir 7 Fe.a104- .poce nwre !rpm
`sbi~ ~n i ,;,export `our 'pi duce" ; ,to
European c:CitintriPir The' agrictilthial'.•
4, interests of the country have been liieg 7 :
lected- 7 not. so, Much by the government;•
. for they need nolarotectionirourthelov•
ernment, atid only ask not to be oppres,
sed—but by the people themielves.• The
`tineniplpyed laborers who crowd; the Ci
ties in. .a,..state- Pf.semi-Starvation,. Must
seek independence, employment and food
in the agricultural •districtsi and..as - soon •
as the crowded poptilation of the Pities
set in: thisAirection, - we will have are
turn to actual proSperitv. and not _before.
in an article in the June Voice, Di',"
Mackey divides Mason into three\ class-
First.---Thbie who._ made I their appli:
cation for initiation not from a desire - of
knowledge but from some. accidental mo
tive not always holidrilble. Such. men
have been Jed: to seek reception either, be
cause in their opinion, it would facilitate
their business operations, or to advance
their „political' prospects; , or in 'Some
otherway tizi personally -benefit them.—
Their object having been attained,
or having failed to attain It, 'these
men become, indifferent, and, . time,
fall into -the'- , ranks,' of the , non-af
filiates. Of snch . ,Masofii, there is no, hope.
They are dead, trees having no promise of
fruit. - lid.' them pass as utterly worthless
and incapablesof. improvent. • -
Second.--,-A 'class , consisting of .men
who are inoral and Masonic antipodes of
the 'first. TheSe-inake their application
for admission prompted. !is the ritual
quires, "by a lavorable` opinion eonceited .
of the institution / and a desire for knowl 7 ,-
edge" As soon as. they are initiated',they
see . in the ceremonies through which
they have passed a philosophical /mean . ;
ing worthy of , inquiry. The? devote
themselves to this inquiry; make them
selves acquainted with the history ()f
the AssocsateS ; investigate f.ts originand
its ultimate design; and explore the
hidden sense of its symbols ani, acquire
the interpretation.' • Such Masons are
always metal members of the Order, and
very frequently become ifs shining lights.
Third.4A .betiveen' the isVciabove
mentioned, consisting of Masous who
joined the soeiety with , unquestionable
motives; : and perhaps,the best intentions
but they have, failed to .carrY tboe
ttous Into of They 'have supposed
that initiation' Was all that. was requisite
to make-them -Masons, -and. ,than- any
"further study. J r was, , unnecesaary. r, And
'et there is no want of Masonic ambition
in any of_them, lett their ambition note
..1 1 11ENOVV,ItOSE': - .1)57440 - 0-A.l" l '.'4* -
in, the. ri t difeetion. They have no
thirst for. -nowlidge but they have a Very
great third forotlice and dPgrees, ' These
men ,do_ gr at' injury to, Siasonry. They
have 'been called its drones. - They are
more than that—the wasps, the deadly
enemies of, the industrious bees; . \
- The Doctor that"the . ultimate 'suc
cem of Niaionry depends on the intelli
gence of her !;disciples.
States4atiatie In 1800.
We capy the.. following proceeding's in,
the'llnited:tatts:-..enate ; ;ron 1_ the oftietal
announcement of .the death ; of General
.George yashington,fro.m...a.,. copy of, the
Utstei COU ti-Gazdter; Printed inn&
4th, 1800.- 2
. To tlo-Prosident.of the United States :
=The Senate of the'
.United - State reh
'pectfully.take. leave, for, to express to you.
,thett deep regrttt: fot2. the los4,,theirzonn.
Itry .has , sustitincd in the deitth of G4ner
at George' WaShington.—Tnis event, so.
distressing to all Our fellow citizers,Must
,be . .pectintary l heavy.' to you, iihn have
tong been associated with .him in deeds
-of..pdtriotiSm. ° Permit us, sir, to mingle
our tears\ With yours, - on thin occasion. it
is rattnly44 ToinSi inch -iilArian
at such a ci'~Hie; is no• tOtutnon calamity
'to the world ; our °country mourns!. her
'Father. ,The m igh ty : Omero , ,
man' ev en ti 160:taken ' • &OM , • ont great - -,
,est; Be nefuc to and orhani
us to submitAvith reverence to him;• who
1!:4 nur Washington; ; - inn 0 - compare, him
=with these , otlother4'nodatries y whos have
been. pFe-ernitient, in ,fame., Ancient and
nllied,- but h fante l 'iisT WE teie Alian - I
~!Pre: des treye ns pf. natio n s stood
abashed at the, majesty of his virtue..
reprov,ed the ~temperAn- c e of their - itmhir
tien„rand . .dat . .kened 'the splendor of
tory, - _scenes ,closed, and 'we are no'
longer aniions 'lest - . ,Misfozimne should
glory ; he baR traveled to the .
end - cif his jnurney, and carried with Mtn
anlincreasing.tiveight of hO.lor ; he has
.deposited it safely, where misfortune can T T:
not tarnish. it-where malice cannot blast
4;1 Favored .of Heaven, he departed
without.exhibiting . the weakness of
inanity.; magnanimous in death, tl4 -
darknees of the--grave • could - not obsbure
Such was the man...whom we " deplore,
Thanks •God,his glory is consummated.
,Washington yet lives
.upon. eatth in his
spptiess example-130 spirit is in Heaven - .
Let. his . .countrymen consecrate the
.the heroic General, the pat 7
riotio Statesman, and the virtuntti'Sage;
,theM., teach their 'chilken never to
forget` thefruits: labor - 0, and
,his example are their inheritanca.
- PRESME*S ANswER.--Gentlenten, of.
MO Senate. :—fiewive with, the most re.:
spectful and affeetionate, sentiments, in
this impressive address, and obliging ex
pressions of.-your :egret, fora the loss our
country has sustained in the death of her
- most ,esteemed, beloved and adMired-,citi=,
In the - multitude of my thoughts and
re6olleetions, on this melancholy event,
you will permit, me, only
_to flay, that I
have 'seen hirnin d ays 'of` - adversity,
; in. come the - ,seenes of his deepest' .and
most trying: perplexities I have also at
tended him 'in the' highest, eleYatiOn and
most prosperous • felicity ; with
.ilemiration of his wisdom - modetatiOn and
Among: all-,our original - ..associations, hal - associatiOn s,
the Memorabe League of the continent
ih:l774 i .which first::expressed the sov
ereign will of a. free .Nation_in.-America,-
he was tho . .Qtily one remaining
General 'Guvrnment.. Although With
Constitution ~more enfeebled , than his, at
age when he thOnght it 'necessary to i
prepare for mitirenient, I feel tuyseil !
alon'e, bereaved Of my last brother; yet
derive: - strongeonlolation from the I
moils* disposition which "appears' in all
ages and classes, to - mingle:their sorrows
on.this common 'calathity of
of . the world s ,
;The -life of our Washington 'cannot
SuOT by comparison with those of other •
C4untries, who have been most . celebrated
and exalted by -.farne:;. -The , attributes
and decorations of Royalty, could lonly
have served Jo, ecl *the Majesty ..of
those virtues, which made him, from 'be
ing a modest citizen,. aY.there ;resplendent
lOmihery. Misforture,ha,d . heliVed,. Could
'haVe only "::with those
superficial, • minds, who,,. believing that,
caartictei• and actioAs : . raark4 by sae.:
ass atone; rarely deserve to, - enjOy
_never blasthf s Aare,' , and
e 2 0 .4 trindelini Bin'gillar:-.6xcetitiiiii to
het—tin iversal Rule; For'. himself
,he bad .
liVed enough;' to' life' and , :glery.... , lFor his
fellow. Citizen's, it their pyayerseotAd have
been answered he would have been im
tnortal. For his, departurela-a most ,
:unfortnnate moment. Trusting however
.in, the:wise.-atid, righteous, -domihione,Of
Providence.,::over:: passions - of-Men, 'and
• the results . Of . their councils and actions:
asi,wellus . over.. their lives;-nothing re-'
mains for me but :htirtible'resiguation
His example is...nowlcotriplete and, it
w 11 teach - wisdom . and 'Virtue tii! - Magie 7
trates, :Oitiient and men, not- only'in: the
present age;: but: in : future. generations,
as lorig.aa at* history: shall be . read. If,
ITrajan.fOurid a: Fling 4: - Kireill',Arel
eat ! Biographers,, Eulogists:or
United Stotes„: /
e 'We;. .22,1799:
. . .. .
: .1,45t•',.*0 - tittil4itt.y.: 7 tiito4oo'ofiliiiiiiiiitii.
, 300..*.Pci40;A:;:Pt0 3 .4riiht -, : - .. ,- ...1 . .; , ~,.c
I.OtEX:'.O4IA - Bi.i.
$lO,OOO spent Over n twenty-five
cent Transaction. .
Six years ago Messrs.' Wolcott, Johnson
son & * Co., of Freehold, J., sold to.
Lewis D. Mount, a -farther, a tlV.:'llti•-five
cent. package of what they tel , resented as
seed that would, produce excellent 'early .,
turnips. The sked broight forth, late
turnips, and of Bitch a poor quality that.
Mr; Mottnt was cotnelled to feed, Mr, m
to: his, attle. Mr. Mk, unt sued for.dama
gee, 'hefore a Justice of the Peace, awl;
was - granted a judgment of $99 damages.
The plea of the defendants was that they
had purchaSed' the seed under the im
pression that it was, first-class, and, 40. 7
ing paid the ordinary price,,,no fraud was
Ali appeal was taken. to•the Court of
Conimon Pleas a year afterward ? and
*udgment of the . Justice . or : the peace w,,s
suitaiAed by the full bench. -
c The case was then' carried to the Su.:
preme Court,. .and . two . yeara , ago the
judgment or the Cothinon :Pleas was
'The case was then taken to the Cpurt
of: Errors and. Appeals, and all the judges
affirmed the 'original decision. In the
suit $lO,OOO in legal expenses -have been
FIRE, LIEF. AND ACCIDENT:
1114023. tr crises Mao.
Calittal Represented, : *100,000,000!
, . .
Fire Association.of Phil., Capital & Assets, 'siB,soo,oof-
Insurance Co. of N. A., Phil., - • " _ ; 0,00%000
Peniia.ylV4rihiFire„ - Phil., " "' -1;200,000
Ins. Co. of. Pa., ?}ilia., r " .. " : 'TOO,OOO
Lycoming of 11faandy, Pa. " " - 6,000,000
Lancaster of Lancaster, " " : 400,000
Newton of Niwton, " .", I ' 150,0911-
Home Ins. Co. N. Y„,' ' " '-" ' . ',6,000,000
'National " 4 \" , "I , 44 . - t 450,000
Commercial Fire " 64 "•' 4450 , 000
Hartford Fire of Hartford Ct. " . • " • '4,000,000
Atlas -• 44 46 . 66, 16 •
"Royal Canadian, of Montreal,
• ' Canada, ' * l ' " 1.200,0,;0
Liverpool, London i & Globe, ' ' . - ,'
of Liverpool, Eng., 64 " Si 20 000 000
Providence Washington, of
Provide - nee; R.. 1., . " - .. • ' 600,000
Conn. Mntnal Life Ins. Co., Musette , $40,000,000
American Life. Phfl'a. " 0,00000
ACCIDENT. ' • •
Tfavetersltyr. Co., Hart., Capital and Surplus #3,600,00:1
Railway Passengers ; $500,000
The unde reign ed ha s bee n wel I known to thi noway, fot
the past 20 years, as an. inciurange Agent. LoSses sus-
tained by his Compainies haVe always been promptly
Or Office up ?leers, in building. east from 'Banking
Office of Wm. H. Cooper &Cu., Turnpike Street.
CHARLES 11. SMITH, }
AMOS NICHOLS. Office Managers. , - •
; • S. LANGDON, Solicitor.
Montrose. Jan 5. 1876. , ; .
14 . 0 ,-flurr .z- tr ,
\ The Undersigned would respectfully annotme to the
citizens of Montrose and Vicinity' that they bvae adbed
to'their establiehment a first-cities
under the direction rii J.GEO.I3II.IOENBEIthR, of New
York City. We.will neCp constantly fin hand
FRESH. BREAD, . BISCUIT, I RUSK,
CAKES, COOKIES; PIES, ETC.,
At: Wholesale or KetalL
ALSO•alarge•and attractive aaeortment of
CONFECTIONERY, NUTS, FRUITI,
6 •• . ••
T TO OY YS S .•
• Can.and See . . ...666 • FUN
TOYS '• • .1
SPLENDID = OYSTER DINING ROOMS
E. BACON ac: SON:
Montrose. Sept. 15. 1875.-tf. . t
CARRIA . XIES.
Pla e►'tQYi is
L,U MB . ER , ::WA.GO,U-S::::
, f • •,
Mantifactured; . 9n exhitation k - and fat. 'sale at
SPRINOVILLE (iR MONTROSE. ,
SYCIIONIANCY,..Sr 86Uf., CtIARMING.: Row eith
er sex may, fascinate and ; gain the love amlaffeetians
of say person . they ehooie instantly.' This sittopltOrum
tqi acquirmant elm possess, free, by mall, f6iVia,lo%
gather with* marriage guide, Egyptian Oracle,Dreams,
Hints to Lades, Weddin,g-NigbtiSlurt, Vie. , h (neer
bqok. ddretsT;; WILMA it* esZkPoils:lttia. 1:„
. , .. .
Whd isltielidii." - iiiVg!ftie#c,4t
Jiohn'ir:,:', -- I_. - .; , ',:::.i.'. , •? , ; ~,,,,: :-.,
I - --'1
1 ~ ~
O. D.' Sltkiiii'Z'r :`
PEOPLE 1 OF.SUSQUEIIANNA-!:cit;
\• • I
LADIES I oiXD Geltrisirawl=-The question of
i WHO - WILL BE
DOR It I I pIIESI II I
28 not of XlB ranch impothincse to you as the fact that
CHEAP JOHN ,
cif,Montrose, is soMng his entire atonic of goods eon•
slating In pars of , • ,
old_ Boys' .Ready-made . Clothing
Cl ' I ( ;
e i i f • Boots ui Shoes.
cc -' gi 4i • • • Hats and Capi.
NOTIONS AND HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR 'LADLES'
CIMAILS, FELT -slaws, TRIMMED HATS
AND BONNETS, ,SRAWLS, , SHOW.;
WATER- PROOFS, TIES. Rtr '
• • iFLES. ;&c., etc.,
At 10 per cezit less thap aril cast, (the proof of , the Pud
ding le the eting ithereof,) for . you can Slid out the
troth of this py eying him • callot'his storein•Posts
i -• ,
Our reasoits, Tor the above enormous reduotliM aft
several, ist,, Uur large and "well • ausorted,stoek wants .er
ducing. Second, .we are making preparatlenS toremove
into Searles! •• ' ‘i' • , - f • '
Neiv Brick Store
now being bigiit next door to the NEW BANK; and We
.do not want :to move- any more goods than we can help.
Third; we want your custom' teirthe future and the only
way for ne to gain and retain the 'same is to convitiCe,
you that it id to ybur interest to. purchase now and tn
the Mare, from' very respectiblly yours, , 1 • -• •
• • • I • S. PILLMAN dim CO.,
(Cheap John.) '
Montrose,Decelber 15, 18'75. : • f
*he Olace to Get Your.
- DRUGS. .&:'. MEDICINES
is • . 18 AT
r. • . i
Ivr [ A. Lyn s,' ' , '.
~ 7 ' •
Where you Twill dnd a fall assortment of P,ure - Dmga
& Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Jewelry, Per
fumery. Violins? and Violin Strings, Fancy Goods,
Yankee Notions,Tocket Books gars Tobacco. Fine
Toilet Soaps, Brushes, Table afttlery. Solid Silver
Spoons, Plated Spoons, Krlves and Forks, Guns, Pis
tols, Amunition ~ Shoulder. Braces. Trusses, Medical
Instrnmcntl, Dental -Materials, Lamps and Lamp
Chimneys, ITeaii Spices; Baking Powder, Sea • Moss
Farine, Gelatine f Tapioca, etc., etc. •
•1. . ,
A full assortment of Machine bits and all kinds ,o 1
Varnish, kept constantly on hand. :
• s F
We are ielii , ng our Wail Paper at cost, and are also
. lositg out 'our Glassware at a
/ k K Very Low Figure. .1
Get a can :
,4i' our Mixed Chemical Paint, ready far
Use, and,do your own painting. i•
NI ' argeF;stock of goods, we wet confident that
everyone Iting Montrose , will find it for their inter
est to call dex mine for theinselves before purchas
ing elsewhere. st
Montreal June 9.187 b. . ,
IWHY TO A. AI. BULLARD'S . '
AT THZ 111E91) , OF-NAVIGA TIO T,
SPRIN - ji: SEED If ,AT, C.
, 4.ND TIMOTHY SEED
, Garden limb of all kluds,thQ very best ' Flour, SUgar
' Tea, Coffee, Flab, Hams, Lard, etc:: etc.
i —ALSO— • -
Forty case of of choice car. Led rods, consisting in part
of Peache , pears, Plume. Cherries , Quinces, Strawper
ries. Pine !Apples, Corn, Beaus, Tomatoes, Peas, Duck,
Turkey, Lobster, Succotash, Peach, Quince and Apple
Butter, Deviled litim, and lots of other things quite too
numerous to mention. all of which will be sold tt all
kinds of "PATRONS" for ready pay at prices Outwit'
lisf'37` - Clic9taa. - potltic,2l.
i , .
and etrictly upon the principle:of live and lot lir,
Call and see at ' . ' • A. N. BIILLA D'S.
Ifontrose,April7.lB7s. • ,
NEW ;ENTERPRISE.' L ••,
• A practical workman, at
IES C133331LEL1K1N4:31., •
has 'opened. a ahop under IL 'L. Weeks Co'i. store. on
Public Avenue. where he ready to do all kinds of
work in his tine. Can excel .in new: work; and repair
with neatness and despatch - .
-Montrole; October tatif.1875 . .--4m.' - •
cr AT THIS, OFFICE,CUEAP
A D3iINISTRA4OR'S NOTICE.. In
- -CI. the (state of Samuel Lindeley, late - of Brookdale
dec'd. Letters of Administration in the - said estate
having bden granted to the undersigned all persons
owing said estate Are requested to make immediate
payment And all persons having claims againstL said
estate: are requested to present them without delay
Jan. .g 1876.-8 w
Arg LNISTRATOR'S NOTICE. In
the estate of Ellen to'Brlen. 160'0 Bt, Joeeph,
dee'd. Letterzt of Administration In the eald estate'
having been granted to.the'undereigned ail,praona ow•
!fig etild estate, are requested to make immediate papi.
fluent. and all pereottsbaling claims against said estate
are requeeted to preeent fern wltdout delay. ;
JOIIN J. , LANNON, '
1876.-6%1. • Adrainicrafor;
A DIAINISTItiVIIOR'S NOTICE.
the est. or Charles Powers, late of Apcdaeott
township., Letterd of Administration in tiles:Aid estate
having been granted teethe undersigned.alirrons ow
ing said ;estate are' requested tolnake immediatti Pay
ment, and all persons having claims against said estate
are reques.,ed to present them without delay n
- _ _C. A...WARREN.
Jan. "I!, 1878,-6w2 - Administrator.
perons are hereby ban
. tibned not t o purchase .a note alleged to have
been, &on br. bonus Colford, !about four years ago
PaYable Ito E nastAtia Ntsddock, as the tame is believed
to be a frtud, and will not bepaid, nno
paid, unless colled
by law. I Said note 1* drawn for dvo hundred' dollarti. •
- ' • sitIOMAS'I 4 : - COLYO.IID.
iDee.:: 2p, 1875.-Bw* . • ;
_ A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTIOR",
4-1, 0:43 estate of Cohn Cenlen - late of twp
dt!,o'd, reettera of Adatiolotratlee ir4 tho:fitahl Paste
having twen granted - to the underatgoani; rill persons
orting,ealdesOtte are =rogneeted to Maks itilinedlat.ol:
Payment, and all persona having Ordure whist sa i d
are requeated to prftent them wlthoutVelAy. ,
" ' AV. • ci.p. „VIOL Dow,
!Dec. 15,014.0 w. , 4.44alabitrattg
to get some
pREpAnE FOR WINTER
PALL MB GOODS!
llattodorr i &sedan k
WOOLEN SHAWLS, CLOAKINGS,
PLAID AND' PLAIN WOOL AND
AfOHAIR DRESS GOODS, SItES,
POPLINS, CASHIMERES; '
'DRAB TE DES ALPA''
• - .CAS BLACK AND
fIANNELS, " It,OSE . BLANKETS
'4ARCEILES BED SPREADS,
WOOL TABLE SPREADS,
TABLE LINENS, TOW= '
• . •,
. . Furnishing
A large assortment, and cheap, ' 'Ai
LADIES' AND CHILDRENS' 'MERINO UNDERGAR
MENTS. MERINO AND WOOL HOSE. FELT
MUMS, 'GLOVES. Ac.. &c. ALL SIZES '
„ , k ' • AND QUALITIES, - • .
MILLINERY GOODS. RIBBONS, FLOWERS, FEATII
era, BLACK AND COLORED, SILK AND goT
•-TON'VELVETS:.TRIMMING SIL 8.
A nue varlet*, • • At G,,cR. & Co's.,
I_ • - •
DRESS AND. OLoAK ' TRIMMINGS, - LACES, 'PRIN . -
pES. BUTTONS: SILK COUSICTS,.EM
'BROIDERIES, ZEPHYR, WORSTED
•' •AND FANCY - YARNS: • CAN
.. VASS, NOTIONS Am),
• • , STAMPED-PAT
. . • TERNS,
Always in great vallety,
DOMESTIC .GOODS, BLEACHED AND BROWN
SHEETING j S AND SHIRTrNGS , CANTON FLAN-,
MILS, - CALLICOES, DENIMS. TIMINGS'
AND CHEVOTT SHIRTINGS. AL
WAYS A FULL ASSORTMENT
' THE MOST POPULAR
And prices to en it the tunes
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS. MATS. DRUGGETING
FIJES,TURS. FURS, BTFFALO ROBE'S, HORSE I
BLANKETS, LAP ROBES, &c. &c.
At 0. R. & Col
-. fearglade Clothing - :
Men and Boys' ieady-made Inns, a large stock..' CoM
plete assortment of best goods. warranted to give sat
isfaction. Prices to snit the times at CI: It. & Co's. ..
OVERCOATS I OVERCOATS ! f
Foraoys'i Youths' and Men. Ail sorts. go alittea and
gime from $3 to NO. Supply your wants at G. R. &
- Large stock of fine. cassimeres. Cloths and Beavers.
Measures taken, good fitting and workmanship' guar
anteed. Prima. fully 20 per cent: less than out of town:
Call,and leavelbur measure at G. R. &
• FCENISHING GOaps.
dents.farnishing goods. White and 'colored ccttok
shirts, Wool and Merino: Wrappers and Drawers,
Flannel and merincigose. Knitt Jackets, Comforters,
Ties, Bows, Mufflers. Gloves, -Trunks. •Batcbels,
tic., the largest variety in town, at G. R. I:, Co's.• '
HATS! HATS I ! cb CAPS! OAPS -
At 45. R. & Cole.
GTITTE'N BERG, ItOSEtcBAITM;&, CO
M. S. DESSAUER, Managing Partner.
Montrose„ September 29th. 1875.
CARTFR, ABBOTT JOHNSOIL
IWholesale ,and Retail Dealersin,
RON, STEEL, NAILS, BLACK
SMITHS' &JULIES, FARMERS' ,
AN 1) - MECHANICS' TOOLS.
getweertve - 181teea. Coo
SEAT . SPRINGS, STEM, TIRE,
MUTT'S CORN SHETJ•RR A
THE IMPROVED BURDICK
Oct. 14th. 1846.-11.
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neetlaii.wl;4 the,Noatrota_itallvtairi this lot
Moe& and the'D. Ls . dal, Italftea4,- '
NEW STOCK OR
, . HARDWAR
TOE, cA.LIEB ani,CAL4 STEEL,
87 Wahington St., . •
At G. R. & Co's.
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A t-G, - R. it Co's
At G, R.&