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TOWN, COUNTY, AND VARIETY. ,
=The receipts of Rough and eady Re
iieption, on Friday .evening last?lwe \ re about
—The new advertisements in h this' issue
will be found on the 'third page nstead of sec.
and. , . • • .
—We are ind9bted to counts Super i tptetid-, i l
ent Tilden for' a copy of the Pennsylvania
school rzport., .
open a' _
R. RaYneford'will,Open grocery and
_, in, the , buildieertow occupied'
by hint as an e:cPress office,
,about the , liret of
—A public Grange meeting will be held„lt
the Passwore school bouse, in F f aat Bridgewater
On Thursday Feb. 10th 18 , 76.• ;
O attend-the . . ,
—.--rYbtxly . li :invited' iti &intl . .'
tion to.be. given - Or the benefit , nillin‘kiNt . L.,
Thorpe on Frillak 1 - evening /ot' this week.--
Preparationsare being Minter:l4r a general good
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7 ----Mr.teonard Searle - hia commenced haul
ing' lumber for \the . ereetiot(of a bailding tor a
cigar Man nhxetmy.. on the ~c o4ier- r c if =the ,. 'old
Searle SAO Elite." It' IS t'e'i'ha`Oe' enpieAlq i Mi.',
E. V. Curry.. !..,::,
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W 4 1.
—e are glad,.to learn that Mr. E. , ; TO
lori.ex7trearrer,4tm has, heen. 8o Agri •41y ill.
With typhoid fever that. his recovery. was at one i
time • doubtful, ii.steitally, • althm'lgh ; ,glo7ly,
gaining,:,. '': - ~;• .i. ' .. ,; • : ... . 1 r:; .. .: _ -.,••: •
We have tweived , a , PaniPitlet
a•list or counterfeit notes' now in, circulaticinin
the Statis, also a ; deseription.of.gptininp
bank notes. Tlifs" book is published by, F. V.
278.1V,..Sixth : $treet,,,•ObrIxtpati, Ohio,
at 25 Cents iAi; di:4)Y. •
—The Patrons of Husbandry will give a
public exhibition consisting of declamation. 4,
Imitations, tableaux, coloquies, songs and , mus
ic at their new hall in Birchardvilie on Friday
evening, Feb. 11th. ,Admissiono csts.;chil
dren under IV years, free.
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—Unless the Montrose Rail sv i ay company
give Homer, of the c•irtrose Republiala, a job
of printing, they must expect' be w* I come
down upon them with Lis "typog phical"
machine every year. We 'are more interested
in the typographical errors of the company than
we are in the typographiccii errors of James
Murphy's Sons.' * .: -
—The Ladies Benevolent Society,will meet
at the residence of E. H. Rogers, on Tnes9ay
afternoon, February 15th:9ar idea of the' no
bleness _ of. , disintercsted charity and of that
which makes a "Praying Bane of women effee
tive,is embodied in the Faith'accornpanied with
'the Works-of, this, association. ", Lives 'there a
man with soul so dead" who. will not Creel
give of his bounty for the benefit of the need
wren called . upop
z i)y th* , ,3oPiFt3' l'-. , d ,----"'
-- 7 -We publish elsewhere the commission,
ers'•stateinent'of the receipts and expenditures
of Susquehanna county f6illie year 4875, -* l e
learn that county officials are
about having it understood that they are at all
influenced by the DEMOCRAT in ' their action,
therefore we will not- claims that the inform -
tion of the county indebtedhesS,iiiiicliitppeni
for the first time in thellatetneut since it was
incurred, is in anyway the fruits of-our criti
cism, but wilrallow it to be understood that
the. county A:commissiOntryit. . have * integnitd, eyes`
since 1866, to put out this information upon7the
centennial anniversary , of our National
pendence in February A. *S76.\ Th. audit
ors announce tO , the people that '"they find the
county in debt ron a bond; clue R. IJ. Reed, of
$1:6,000; due April lst 1876; and F. fliud' , a l b444
due April let 1874 of sB* ; We naturally con
clude thatin as much Ili , the , countt lia4 l!een j
paying Mr. Reed 8 per cent: Senikiiinuidli that'
his bond and interest will .
,amount to $15,600
April lst. ,There is no irate per .cent, stated,
but when they state that they pay , him $6OO,
semi=annually, our arithinetic s`ays,= it is 8 per
cent. if we-bad been. Making :the 'statement
we' should have told exattly , whatf ) .rate per
cent. each pcmd,wal.., beartFg.,-andt4onif E. B
Hawley had been "lying". it would have appear : ,
ed officlaliy, - but this wiil'perhaPs appear At the •
next centennial. The Muds' bond .haS' two
years intiTestdue and as there is no way l fir
the people to know what' per Cent it is bearing, ,
we will tunclude,it„ is li, t „per
there IS no back interest tbere $928 due
April ist,Makirig the whole indebtedneSs.at that
time $16,528. It•. appears that Oct, 15th
1875, just election, the county • o wed, in
bonds, $21.600` - besides interest That :since
that time they have laid ;$5,811Q in bonds. and
$1,125 in interest, -m kiii The atinotint Pidd
"•'?.'ainee Oct. 15th 1875 46,925. It also ; . appears
that besides the sl,l2s . interest
„ paid on bonds
reddenied,there has,..iseen jf,797,89,,0r interest„
paid during ilie,year t ta4king the total interest
paid during the Year, ..42,622,84:''''0r0m this
statement the people will iearn that : l.49 county .
has paid since Jan. Ist 1875 in debt and iriterestt
$8,722.80, an d Diu. the lit*t7 dar.ol:4ril 1876 it
will still owe about $16,528. This centennial
information or the commissioners 'is very' , im
portant to the people, and - we think , will not
be withontlia leation, have — no 'further
comments to make at this, time except to say
that if, „Ranter, of the. !Ifintrose .11epubliean,
will rilise :copy this will his rebuiting argu
ment "you lie, sir!" accoluptulying it, we will
forgive bun all that` is past. i- .
aUSQ,IIEILANNA DEP . OI%-frA( cottage owned
and occupied by Mra, Wm Baulo sltutited'On
High street in the - First Ward' Was destroypd,
by fire Friday' morning lait at about 8 &Mock.
The. Erie ,mammoth steam whistle together
with ioeoniotives sounded the alarm but as the
building was, in the outskirts assistance from
the Hose Company was immpossible. We.
learn that the building was linsured....The
Union meetings held in, the lmethodist chapel
on O*3 Oakland side of the river'continue with
considerable interest. Preaching by Revs. -
Van;Cleft, T.'B. Jane, and . .
Wcrlownin the Brie shops are :oa n eight boars
„time at present.; . .W.
BY ORDin OFCO7O6IITTEE.
ACCIDENTAL POISONING.-A. case of acciden
tal 'poisoning occurred in this borpngh last
week. 'the-victimtvias "Mrs. Evere.tt Whitney,
It highly estimable lady of about sixty years of
age, who, wae, iick with Erysipleas; 'Dril T.
Payne WAS called to attend the.case", and after
examining:the_ patient, asked Mr. Whitney; to
go with him t 6 his office, and lie wouldiprepare .
the proper medicine. When the Doetor arriv
tH at his office- he put up two packaf , es, ,One
;containing Sugar of Ithad )d, the • second a
much larger packhge, of Epsoin Salts;infor4,
jig Mr, Whitrte'f of the contents of each, and
how use the' reniedies—the &tits internally,
and. Sugar or Lead , externally.• Through 80113 C,
prior. die packages were mistook - and the 'Sup
ar of Lead was used internally, ittstead of the
,Salts.. - •
The dpse was, so;
,large tbat .it caused
'vomiting which undoubtedly - sayed Mt's. Whit=
mey's ; Ekbeswas very sick howeVer, but is
mow recoVerini great Bend Reporter.
! BROOKDALE.—If this is a Centennial win ter,
, men who have jobs of wood , and. hark to draw
. 0 4 • •
!do no,?t wiiii to see another. Their long drawn
faces \ were ~considerably shortened by a . few
' inches of li ht "this ' - ' tr . ' il't . i.l: '
~, g snow Is
,nmi!n,„ tn ( o- ay
'sleighs, sleds, drays and wagons are all loaded •
•and ontheir way to the tannery.... Richard
!Kelly who lives on what is called:-the center
lot, iti,the town of liberty, gave 'his farm of
!fifty acres and three thousand dAars to the
;assigue'es of AlauSon.',Chalket*,. for st ' farm of
seventy netts. For several ;years past J.'Em
mons has, ha the use of two acres of said farm
i 'tor, a' world' ard.... A. few .days , since A. F.
Benedict was in this :place canvassing for the
`reat ,13endR eporter, but am sorry to sly he
kook but few name.s....Very Suddenly - dn.llliin•
day the last day of January, from an afflictibn
k,f the heart,; Mr. Judson- , Stautord•rand Miss
collie Van Loan Were pronounced man and wife
blr 'the 'Rev. Mr. §pencer.'4 . o wedding , , cake.
....There hagsbeen a vacatidn,d; two weeks in
our school. Jan. 17th, : the teather 'was attack
'ed with hemorrhage of the nose and for sever
al hours - death seemed' very ',near to her. We
tope to \ see her'smiling face again - in the school
room next s - e."k. ‘• REPORTER.
Wookdale, Feb. 3,1576. -
DI MOCK FARMERS' CLun.—The farmers of
this town met, at Grange - Tall , Saturday eve
, ning, Feb. sth, to organize aFarmers' \ Club.—
Olney Bailey was' President for the eve-
InirviEo he, on taking the chair, mule so me
well tinted remarks pertinent, to the occasion,
whiCh were followed by some good singing by
be young ladies and gentlemen present, alter
',Which the Club organized by electing F. H.
Bunnell, President . and F. M. Woodhouse, Sec
retary, for the ensuing year, also six persons to
draft Constitution and By-Laws to be tubmit
kted to the Club` at their next meeting.
Attit had been previously stated that the
Dairy quet3tion would-be discussed and that F.
H. Bunnell would take an active part,in the
*sPussiott it. was agreed that ileshould, be the
*rst to take tke floor, which he accordingly did
and read a lengthy report of his dairy opera-
tions, his ideas ot • the cost of keeping cows, the
experiment be was now' making with one'cow,
weight of calf; &c., showing plainly that he
foriind was interested hi , the e
was followed by W. Bunnell who stated that
once, some y&ars ago, he made and 501d1,700
pounds.-of butter:in one;oa..trsCiroull, - 11 cops.
bestlWWliat he used inhis family, *awl that
is tenant, had, made this year trom the dairy
an ay era e Ap i kiveif egoultlicEMlLlTC the
Talue of the calves and pork.
Mr. Hall, of New Hampshire, (formerly
of the firm of Hall Brothers, FosVT, Pa,,)
some it teresting accounts of the manner that
the dairy' businek'aras carried on / where he liv
ed, also some acolounts of large * t ales of butter
made while at Foster. Some remarks."-were
Midi by Seieritl , otbers,,more singing was had
then p. C. Conklin took the floor and made
some , good suggestions in regard to feeding &e.;
which hard of COWS he, thotiglit best far
dairy—bp did not say all he wanted to nor all
that the club,would t 6 110,4 heard blit as
it was getting late the President said that an
adjournment was in order. Adjourned to meet
• St4tnAcLY evening, Feb- VaiSc . ie 4 1 P'
same uestion 'continued. •
ONE WHO' VirAS IiEA E.
F r THE . SUERUEILUStNA CO. FARMEitii i
Agreeably to previona , ' notice-the - fatmers
Montrose and surrounding country met in the
old Court House ;in Moutn . wNiuri 'Saturday af
ternoon, Feb. sth, for the purpose of organizing
a Farmers' Club. • Mr.:F. !Et.' - Hollister.' was
elected President'. and .Lathrop Steno . -
graphic Secretary. it wasibanimouislyiagrOd
that the name of this, speiety,Shall
Stisquehanna CO., Fartriers' Club." On motion
of Mr.' R.. S. Searle, adopted the thin paragt apli
of article Srst, . section first of the By-Laws _ of
"The'Etmira Tanners' Club," Which' reao 'as
follows : "The officers of the club' shall be a
Presiderit;Vice..-President, Secretary, Treasurer
and -six Directors, all of whom, Including the
~Mirr `president, :Vice--I
' etary Treastirer,shalfconstitute the Board'
Of Directors.. Mr. Horace Brewster was then
elected. Wice-Fresident, and Barron
Treasurer; and the following named persons as
Directors John' Trumbull, Latham Gardner,
L. C. Smith. M. L. Catlin, , P,C. Co v iiklin • and
Kirby Bunnell. The s club then adopted the fol
lowing quotation • from the-=By.-Lbws
. : of -the
"Fariners' Club' of' \Elmirti,'"- as properly .el
pressing the objects of this eitib :' "The objects
of this club are tbe attainment of knowledge
in all = the, branches Of Agriculture, including
farm and field , management, Horticulture, Flor
icUlture and Poinology, and the breeding, rear
ing and Managetbent of domestic animals ; the
cultivation which comes of well ordered dis
cussion ; increased skill in ;ttie methods of lat
bor,, and such other knowledge and advantage
as rf ay be derived through , associated effort to
promote a higher degree of excellence, in the
management of farm affairs.
As proper and efficient means for these :at
taininents, regular meetings for discussion on
agricultural subjects or On kindred roplce 8411
be held in Montrose, according to By-Laws, and
THE DEMOCRAT`, ; ,
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Rules - hereafter to be adopted ; trials of seeds;
imigements and nietlinds may be arranged, ex
ecuted and reported" for the" genera benefit in
such ways„as tht club, may 'desire and direct.
`The distuision'f maiteifi'commOnly: desig:
nhted partisan politics,' and • the dii i cuSsion of
.topics called sectarian in religlon_are:probibited
at the rejular meetings of ihe club.'l
On motion of Mr. J. WLYOnti,it was carriied°.l
that any person'may become a iiierribiith this
Club ou paying' to the Secretary
.. 2fi Cents and
putting his name on the roll; :it'd! paying :10
cents a year as dims. .
And the motion was also carried that the
first year of "Tile Susquehanna Co - : FarinerS'
Club shall connienixi" on 'the 'first Batuiday
February, A. D.;1870, and that the pincers now
'elected shall hol their several offices for' the .
teriti of one yeai. '
Megan. Gaidner, J. Trumbull and L: C.
Smith Were rePOrted as-4 C.)nimittee to choose
asubjeat for diSpussion - at 'the - next nieetiu,g'o
the 'Club: Aftir conaultation; the! committee
repo; fed .‘ *heti
and leliere . teal you, dratp and "spit ,W 'Our Ina
nure to realize the' best resnits ?"
motion of Mr. R. S; Sehrle, it WAS voted
that secretary be 'authorised to ttie snail
fundi in his hands Ili' 'are necessary tb'procuie
a suitable Secretary's. bbok ; also, jut, he pre-
Pare.a report Of the 'proceedings of this meet
ing. for' publication; 6:tending the invitation to
' to attend Old next ' the
It Was agreed that the regulari meetings.of
the Club should be beldin the old Court, Llouse
in MontroSe on the firSt, SaturSiay .eaeb
mouth to coinmence at 1, o'clock, p.
Presenfehrolleil their : names as
memberS, the Club adjourned till the next reg-,
ular mecting,tin e. - ' 1 ,
There was a -larger, atternlance than might..
littN4 beep expected ; beetihse it was under Stood
that the principal liminess of this imeting was
to : organize:so as to get into working order.--
VWe publsh a portion of mmutes of : this
meeting not only for the purpose of showing
the okreta of the Club,.but also show' that.
we mean business. The intrrest, eqrnestness,and
spirit of unity manifested, would 'convince any
one that Susquehanna Co. does not propoge to
be one' whit' ,behind any other aunty of the
State, or even of New York State, in making
use of the means necessary" for, the acquisition
of knotekdge which is power as emphatically to
the farmer as to any other class of men.
To the man wishing information, on any of
the subjects connected with this enterprise, the
Club is better thanan encyclopedia, because it
brings the results of experiment right home to
his own soil and clime, and arnong his own
neighbors with wbom he may converse freely.
And he may witness Many of the, experitnentS
without going to the eXpense ot;Making these
expenments himself. • • I
it interchtinghof thought - and Aperienee IS'
nlcessary , to secure 'the best results in educa
tion and the professions, .nueh-. more is it so in •
agriculture audits kindred topics. -qh4 . farmer
has many ;difficultiei- tO content' .'with; 'even•
with all the hid= he may avail hiOeli 'of. ,He
must study ;the nature and qualities of the soil,
the Climate, the kind of lerop tot put,' in this,
that- or the other; *hen 2 and how:- th'ptit them
in, bow to prepare the soil • by . fertilizing,' the
kinds of - fertilizers ;most -profitable;tbe'cheati=
l est and !best leneing,the , hinds of Stoeleniost
suitedto any givehsoil- or locality,' Marketing
prodttets,; the , Ornpagation! and , herifthy 'grew Of
of-domestic animals; the-impleme , p.ts'detiire4 to'
secureifie best resUlty in labor,
to .harvest-the various erupt In Oter , etisiest:ticiti
iiest, way, and a thausand, other tiings•
quite apecial attention--in other' verida ,
Make; a , success ; but if lie nust &Att . '
this vait.. field .ot-laborand experilnent Unaided
tiyibe - experienceof otheis;if doei3,not nt
terly,fail he' will - at, leasit , be a slave tb his ;
- Partheris :are '•tieginnirig to solve 'for - therh
selves the twiny kpotty priiblethOu theWay,Of
their sticcesS and the prohabilitieS are thittheY
will succeed. And their succi.ssand preslieritk
a ill result hi the prosperity iif other industries
.and the profesiions.--the prosperity of the
Wholecountty and the wealth of thenation.
Of course §usquehanna, C.o. : is not agoing to do,
it all ? but she is going, to contribute her,share
experiniental information , tol this ; laudil~le;
calling which is now asserting itikrights„
- throughout the country. ; • ;-; f ; ,1
As an illustration of.the Many ways in which
farmers , may aid each:other in. ,this or any oth;.
er. Club, ]fir. R. exhibited ia, , truit and ,
vegetable, crate, such as he 1/9C$ in :gathering
and fruits and vegetables; .:TheAia;
teriais of the crate are hemlock boards twelve,
inches wide, common : sawed, . and shingle.
nails, and tbt„y cost. abotit';4 clots. :-Any and
can make from six, to eight or oiren more in an
them, Cut the hoards fourteeu. , inches :_long ,
(using only; for
,the end* of., theeratei) cut.
a slot in each board near one. end, crossways: of
the board to serye as handles.; cht thellaili sev
enteen and one iteir inches loug. nail them, to
the end of the boards, opposite the.slot, tor,the
bottom, and to, the edges ottbe boards for
the sides of the crap : will then done
and ready for use, the lath being placed about
• one inch ifpart. It will hold -a bushel of apples
or potatoes without filling it so full but that
one crate may, stand on another without bruis%
ing the fruit.. Its advantages are. rittinereus.hut
we mention only a few of Mewl:, when picking
apples have two hooks connected by a short
'rope, to the 'middle of, which! attach a long
repe. Put the hooks into tie handles of a
crate and 14st it up into the;tree, fill it and
let it down,litcli on to another erate and do
likewise, when you have a lo4d, set the crates
into the wagon, take, to the cellar, and V stack
them up tier above tier. Treat potalms and
other vegetables similarly. IC you' wish to
market them, set the crates i4to your - vehicle
and go ahead.- It - saves picking -thein over
singly but the once.- You May know how
many bushels you have on hand by counting
the crates. You Can inspect the fruit in' the
sane manner that Vitt woulilieramine a crate
of peaches. V •
fa rner or p
this ph Per ;
that !tt inil,
valuable . I
_of tho Sian
In coti ance with the action of the Chtb we,
fly h vite alt, 'who feel' inteigigted lilt this`
wor to at end 'our nettlneeting;tenatidleai
for y niselves. Come: prepared *th 'Contribute;
also t i
yot& own -eirteriencti idt the benefit, 'of
othelsi Ale 'expecti to See ihi old ' Court, Aotise '
filled !witht ibterested, earnest and'AntePlgent
contralmtoTs. ' , -D. D. LATIiROP, Sec.
o trose; FebFeb:s, 1876. .i ' ' ' * i - ;.. :
. 1 1 .•
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I , - --
item of the report is Worth, tO any
mologist, a' year's subscription to
and if he has ' not already paid his
he will .du • viell to , do BO at once
I' encourage the editor to publish
tuns ; but 'this is only one item of
formation-given as an` illustration
, that may be obtained 'by' united_'
1 - people of Birehardv;lle - will be address-
II the. itibjeet .ot
. Stin Grangeßuth4 11: -- 11:
.0,11 on : .. ay, ,e 4 tit. We - hope to
tic '1 I liursil b
liOli9)10: E •
I • • A`FlitOPit) OF tiNiiziAiscri.
rtharOirille . -F.4 9 1811w1 •
` friends of ev. . .
Thorpe; will 'peke liitti a doitation'a j tjthe
Parsolnage, in Montrose, on Friday aft,erneon
and evening, Feb. llth. cordial invitation
is ektended to all. By•ORDER 9F Colt,
3iiicitroe' Feb. '9, 1870.
D Donation will be the 7
S ,:,q t i.wii . tinna Mineral . Spring,, House, h! Hya34.,
on• ' hurgdity, Feb:11; atteinoen and evepfug,
tor iOle beiiefitet Rev. P.'A.'Ali 'are
attend... •• • • - • • !,•
Ri sly, qeb. 9 . 15.76.
AV litti.roAn Lofair., No. 507,r. and A..M:
ive trreception 'and banquet' at Pi t iinnef
i s New\liAilloid i Pa.-, an- Toesday evening,
w Oforci, • , ,
' TED;--TO REM' A FARM.
e subscriber is desirous of renting-a fat in,
d prefer n farm- that is stocked. Can-giye
rererefices: Fo further tUfortnation inquir
is office or addrais • E. C. BiLnym,
b. 2, :1876*2. Forest Lake, Pa.,
D • NATION.—The friends of . Rev,M.,B. Bram
hail Svill make him it donation visit'-at the base
ment of thell. B. church, Fairdale,,on Friday,
Feb. l llth. A general invitation is extended:
BY ORDER OF COM. •
FOrdale, Feb. 2, 3,876. • ..
D NATION.—The friends of Rev. Luther
Wol ott will make him a donation visit at bis
residence in Springville on the -afternoon and
evening of Friday, Februa ry The public,
are Cordial:3r invited 'to attend.
•• • BY Ontof COlt.
'figville, Feb: 8,1876.
CACaucus.--T he Democot in electors or Bridge
water are requested .to meet at the Court House
in 'JViontrose oh' Saturday, Feb.' 12th, 'at two
o'el kp. m., and put. in nomination a ticket -
of wn officers to be voted for on , Tuesday;
Feb. 15044076. . ..;
BiOttinn OF 603i.' -
Bridgewater, Feb: 2,1876*. ' •
D• ' =LE wO.llK$. ~•
~. t. . . :..
'fl e•Tunkbanno4 Marble Works of urns
& *AI bite are 'doing a golid bUliness aild itre'
getting out' soine - very . tasty jobs of. Reid
Stones and Monuments. A. B. Burns, of tie
Eag'e Drug Store, is their, authorized agent for
Montrose' .and vicinity', ' He ' has designs, (if
Hen 'Stones atid•Mondinents. - Ariy:orders left . :
wit ,liirirwill .lie promptly filled by *rns'ap
WU' el,if• -.,.: ' -,•:. • 1 •i- • '
Tunkbannoc, Feb. 2 1876tf. , C • -
-D ItyrioN.-A free enneert ii , illibelgiVith4t!
thepagbytillau:cluiten-inDitnorik on We eve,'
nip of Fr'iday., .. 1 .vb,. / 11 1 .by Aev..Abel Wrigley;,;
assisted' other :eniinent vocaligt . g, commo-,
cing at 7 'o'clock` V. m: 'At' the • close "of this
concert nn.i;yster -gripper Will •bn prciVirled'for
tile ; henpftt of Rev,.'s ; El. G. Named..and; &bet
Wri ley, tc , ) , w149h,..a1J kuT invited, wad syheye.
all, tri giye 'substantial' evidence that they ap
preiiiiie'flielr effnits"iind•hetiddeglii behalf or
the -good. cause. , =; • •
m`c- - TiT OUPEIVOIt - COMMITTEE.:
mock ,F0..,2,4870w2, . • •
. • !t, • „ '.••• •
COL&AAi. RROtig Vt&iditir
h 'stands` ,the Park, at Lowell, before thi4
'0 pi the fu 13 : 44diers t,h,at fend') the Revd-'
` 'p _p
a lasting ,and beautiful„tribute of act:,,,
one 44' the fi tisi4ObjeCts sought by stiang-',
i bursiSler city, N l / 4 , liich indeecl'lnattk
k writ° sely see' this ` elegant object' of high
it was PhtititiPti (ronti the,Kipg.,of..l3ava- .
by„ Dr,. C.../er, .whotT,l ttis ra/jes i ty.
espeCially 'g tn
racious in acknowledgeen( of'
ltiSlrettiediei are refaited to'lititrealoite•ftit
suffering:sick.', It - was •dckuttedtby-the - Doc ,
O:Ol9,PitY:9l i.491ve1l as: it t-PerfPap4at an. 4
king ; .erc.bignl of, the
,Tictories ibPth, of
.itee,and' ArolS.--=.7loratoion, (Mt)
Tickets`printed ie firsklase style And
heap sates at this! office. • , .
Ppi:lc r aiiipus :7 4.lo 4 l.sf t t4k, ttieluk
eSt styles .,` Old pictures copied en)Srkeo:
Ai i -'de'ersines 'foe
sale ' chime ,
' ^•• ° " itt
1. Jkp t ea . .rno: f Vrlietical c.- Auctioneer „will
(noon alilication) atte q .to iii'pnlqie saki; in
the ahove.,capimity. . Texma.reaw4table. ;
fa 'tion, warranted. • Addrese or / apiily'tO.:El.
It tliaL'eitiii - ot'Sl. Pillitiati 4 . 06.1PCitt'i
bn !ding; Mentiose; Pa: ,
—fr. , ~
. D. 19, lti76tf.•,. (-),... :f.,,,;,,,,
01:111MICE NOTICE. .
i'deiiiie• to Contrildlet 'the"rePnit .
!Ciliation' that:l transferred my tweak's
lather parties,‘, , tstill retain Abe ggeneylfor.
Companies in . qty advert iseti,liat and Ali bus
,* coming into, mY
,oftic9, hao my 'per
gupeivision: J " •
• • Brizructs STROM). - -
Ilontrospaan:l2; 1876. 2w3
OK LOOK' !!, -
In medicine qmility: is the first irniiorfance. -
B. Burns at the Eagle Drug Store keepscon
ntly on band a °full supply of Freneh,Ger•
n, nglish and American DrugS, Medicines
d Chemicals. Also a choice selection of
Het articles and fancy goods, The _largest
id best steak of Pocket-Books in town.
Montrose, Jan. 5, 1876. , •
We have just 'received a very large stock of
hilt) and faucy envelopes, letter and note , pn
ilor, plain and fancy bill head papers, cards of
t sizes and , colors , colored: pater papers, etc.
, 1 of, which, we cam. n ff ord., to print cheaper
.an any o ffi ce in this or neighboring conntlei,.
4 dln as good style. 'Work done in black 'and
red inks. ,' It you think there' is any that
best us t give us : a trial, and we will show
Tau wh a t we can do. AU kinds of blanks on
hand or printed , to order,
I Y 0
County- Business Directory.
Two linee In this Directory,one yeni.sl.st; each ad
ditional line. by cents.
11A1J(MIWOUT, Otter, Weenie and itetat
dealer in'all kinds , of slate 'roofing, slate paint, etc.
Roofs repaired with +late paint to order. Also, slats
_paint for sale by the gallon or barrel. lifentrosi.Pa.
BILLINGS STROUD. Genera Fire and Life tnstr
ance Aguntei ; also, sell Itailroseond AccidentTickct
to New York.and Philadelphia.' ()pee opt dooreatt
BOYD Ar t ' 94,1111erP WV
and MannfaCtarers of Tin.and Sheetiren iltre.corn
of Main and TurnPikeatreet. •
A. N. BUT: e t:liar . ; Dealer in' tiro-eerier. Provistonp
Books, 3tutione =and Yankee Napalm, 'at head of
WM. 11. COOPER & Bankers. pen ForeigrPar
sage Tickets - and DraftSOn'England, Irak land Sem.
,-;, ; ,; •
WM. L. COX, Harnese maker and dealer • all article
usßaily kpptiby,tlr,..tradoopposite the' ak.
JAMES - K. , OARMALT, Attorney, ar r Bo
P ike one
dont Itoune. Public Aven • • *
•li. LOSPNTB AL. Auctioneer. Care or S. Pillman
Cot, .Niontro,e ' ; I.' tjaa.19',"164
1 1- NEW . ''MILFORTv.
SAVINGS BANK.-NEW per cent, In
terest all.Depoeitog - Deena genet. i; Conking Liar;
news. 4111-tf S. B. CII.ASE it CO.
.GARRET SON. Der*le, to Flour. Feed: Mea
Salt, Lini'e, Cement. Grocerjea nud Piov'stent n 1
Main Street. oppiiiitd.the Depot.' "
F. KIMBELL, Carriage ,Nlokerfand -IJadertaker' on
Main Street, two doore, below Hawley's Store. •
' . • GREAT • BEICD.
A. 1'; DORAN': 'Merchant Taflof ,I n Reods
MadeVlothlng, Dry Goods.Ordeerios arid Prottleluus
Drugs and , Ne
• a•LI • • L •
„x i. s tr ; -
rt , 0,
; - .
; , - c ;
It is a liquid Linament for, lions° and stable age. A
vale able emnbliuttiort, discovered bv 'a 'celebmfed P. tig,-
I ishcheildst and horse-farrier. 'Was introduced in the
United Sates in the year 1856, and , since . that •time; by
its great Fnecesa. In the cure of diseases, it won
for itself that world wide reputation it FO richly d'es
erves, and now titt.nds at •the Maid' of all lioaments un
AS A FAMILY MEDICINE:
It has already gained the confidence and adiniration
of thousands of households for its many cares of di*:
eases were external applications are of sr , much impor
tance. It •is especially admired as a family remedy for
its peculiar chunks) combination. possesing no harsh
ingredients. (like tincture of Cayenne or red-pepper, of
which cheap and rainless Liniments are largely com
posed.] welch increase instead of diminish the Muta
tion, making ey nattire a speedy cure for
RHEUMATISM , 'MADAM .. SORE THROAT,
COLIC. - :COUGHS. CHOLERA. TOOTHACHE,
" •BRUISES. SPRAINS. LUMBAGO; CRAMPS;
COLDS.; CHILLS.. FROST, TIC DOLOR
EUX. BURNS. CUTS. BITES OP
' POISONOUS INSECTS. &c. •
Testimonials and directions accompany each bottle.
Buy One—intiy 25 canto. 01) 'cents, or sl.oo—and if It
does not givegood tsatisfiktion return the bottle half
fall and•yonr mosey. will be 4 .efttpdgd. • Cell for G. E.
8.8., and take no other. -
D. G. CARY, Co., Proprietors.
. • '; 101 • Middletown. Omnge'co., N. Y
' 'OR SALE Er •
• A. B.MVANS anc1.:,11.. 4.,
• - . :Druggii;tei 3icitottose; Pa. - ;
Putt intiablo at eV WhojOutle , And retatl Mores ti)e
County.: • • • ''
hiontroge„ , May Bth, 1875,7
AYR'S- C 1 it Y -?Ec'To'l?4,Li.
For . Dpseases.6flthirTWidal''iidtiaia r gaissich
as Conghi. ;Co hoOPftile CottalCHrou
ehitta; Asthma, and
that-can be m•ule tv,mpdical *lol3.,,lndeed the Calmar
Ptertinat• Las really- 'robbed 'thiere' datizerous diseases
of their terrors, to a great extent and given a feeling of
immunity lrum their fatal effects, that, is well founded
if the remedy be taken in set 'on; Kvery family should
have it in their closet for the • remedy. iand prompt relief
of-its memhers.,..Sicimess, alleging; and even Ilte is
saved tiv'thi4 tinraY protection. - 'The prudent should
11% perject it. and the wise.w ill not. Keep it. , by you
for the protection it affords by its timely use itraudden
P4I,F r PAII , 1115 . • • • ,
Dr. J. C. Aferffif.Cu.,
PracifcadAus ytica cb ea sts.
SOLD s Att - DRUGGISTS' AND 'DE-it'lißB' IN
~1 ; 31131:111C1.1i$4 • ','•,'•• • '
TO tl9'Bi I+II2IARALt tri2AL/27' A.S.ThrOOLOR;: .
'mincing 3ettre, sickness
8., disappointment and
, reditary predisposition.
'Man, the-, hair, / gray. and
tr. of them incline it to
•sn'sti Mutt Thou, by
and extettitiVe use, has
4ttt- that it, stops- the
I,g of the hair lamed!-
' - Often 4enews the'
th, and, always spryly
mett its colds. when fad
or gray'. • , It stimulates
nutritive organs to
thSi activ ti and pree
pliable and, strengthened
lost heti. regrows. w hliryely erpressionl ailing bait
ircheckett and stabliehe4; thia t hajr thickena; and fad-,
,ed or gray `hair resume their,Origipal color. Its opera
tion testae:and harnile'ss. %urea . dandrtif, heals all
hemore., and keeps , the ecalp,coel l glean and soft—under
which`donditions. diseases • of the'scalp are impessible.
As a dressing for ladle*? ~ the Vigor ittpraised
for its grateful and agreeable perfume, and valued for
the soft lustre and richness!of• tone it imparts!'
Dr. Cf AVER o).;LowelJ, Maya.,
• TraetiCal and AxiatYtiesi
SOLD BY ALL 13131,10QISTS AND DEALERS IN
Nov. 24, 3845--4 m , 47
TA:Yi.CI3 . PAMI4_Y''MEI)I6INii'S.
Pain - and Lamoness re.foved in a Short time by Oa
.use of Taylor's Celebrated Oit..; The -great. Rheumatic
and Noutakiftle. Rem edyc Tilts medicine is not cure
all, - but is Wit rran ted to cure more of the ails and ills to
which is heir thawany other med'eine ever dis
covered: give it a- trial ; if you do not find It so. it
Costs you ;nothing. Tt .may be need with the utmost
advantage for any kind of Pain. Lamcnesa. Wounds or
Sores upon: man or beast. Will not smart thy, raweett
wound or sore, Full directions fur nee around each
bottle., Ask your Slerehan for a froe vial. No Cure—
No l'aY; • • • ,
TaYlor's Cough Syrup or Expectorant, for • all Thrust
and Lung diseases. - r* very -pleasant to the taste and
:contains nothing inJurioue. Try it, and stop that ,
cough and take the soreness frOm your _Throat and
tnu Ask your Merchant fora free vial. No Cure-;-
Tay ors Conilitif.n PoWders for all kinds of stock and
Poultry. -War diseased boot- renovator of the syetem
of run down ostock, that ,has ever been dis
covered. Try them for - all diseases' incident to the
brute creation. Directions. for use *moo each pack
Age, Mo Cure—No Pay.
-All - the above medicines for sale by Abel Terrell and
Burns ds Nichols, of Montrose, .and all Druggists and
Dealers throughout the &mato".
October. Si • izo—Al—lua.
I And become house-
Ida 'among not , only
many nations. mast
vlrtpca ever secut6d
teptitinfon, or main-
Fo , long as ."Ayer's
s ectoral.. It has been
to - the public., about
its, by' a 'ong cOntin-
IS , of: taarvattias, cares
re won (or it a court
irt virtues. never
It still' makes the