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TOWN, COUNTY, AND VARITITY.
---Women's Temrierance -IPqiyer 'Meeting
At the M. E.'ehurCh, on•Tinirsday; at 2,o'clock,
• —Weedd thirty - seven . W; names to our
subscription list since our list issue. We shall
certainly our hay crop' at this rate.
—Montrose Fire Compan • 1 „ , No. 2,:wilthold
their'. Sixth Annual RecePtion,'• at Firemen's
nail, ou'Friday evening, Feb. 25th, 1876. The
publiottre iniited 'to attend.
B C. Sayre has, placed a very fine street',
lamp.on the corner of CherrY..and Turnpike
streets. Mr. Sayre' intends to keep it trimmed
andiburning every dark night
—Susquehanna Grange, No. 74, P. of - H.,
will•hold a Sociable and - Mite Society at their
Hall in Montrose, on Saturday.',at 1 o'clock;', p.
m.,Teb. 19th, 1876. All who can.eajoy , a !eta
time are invited, to be present.
M. ` L. CATLIN, Mister.
—The Ladies' Aid Society of St. \ Paul's
Church, will bold Sociat at the residence of
H.J. Webb,on Friday ev rung, February 18th.
Refreshments will be served between the hours
df 7 and 11 o'clock, p: m. I Refreshment tickets's
2 cents. , , ,
—The Pennsylvania Coal Company resumed
•the ruining of -coaltrimlay the.stli, after a sus
,pension of a week. Tfie'Company' do' not- be-
Jong to the coal combination, and do not join
:in the five weeks suspension.
—Rev. W. L. Tharpe'a services as pastor of
the M: E. Church, were duly. acknowlidged by
a generous donation on last , 'riday. 'afternoon
and evening, notWitbstanding the very rainy
weather. • 'The amount receised w 44 45 -
-Work has beer. suspend 113 .the
the D.L. &W. RitiCo. Scrant arid Of the Dek
& Bud. at, Carbondale; and along the line, as. well
as at the mines, so that the i suspension is 'very.
general with all employes Connected
mining and shipping of oil.•
—Homer says that he is afilud we will • try
to double our "hay- crop" bi claiming the credit,
.42,1 hastening the extension of the Montrose
Railway. Hadn't better onvene the Corm:
ty Auditors upon this point How very sensa.
tive (or perhaps senseless is the pro Pet word)
—Quarterly meeting services will be hell
-at the M.E. Church, next Sabbath. The Sac
rament of Baptism will ha. administered ; also
AlioSacrs.ment - of the Lord's Supper, in ,connec
'ion with the morning service. Rev. L
Walker, will preach in the.-evening. Theguar
terly conference will convene' Monday morning
lab o'clock. • ,
.—Says the Binghamton iellttiolis i cta The
Delaware and Hudson Can Company are
about to construct a new railroad from Nine
veh,. on the Alfiany and Susquehanna railroad,
to Coventry, on the Chenango yaney railroad,
aidistance of twenty miles. Operat l icms •be
begun early in the spring.' :When built, the
road Will prove a formidable rival to the Mid
-4,637lyester Matter, tlr,tnag who attempted
saicide on the evening of : the-sth inst.., was, ex
ammed at his residence birgi*, :Q.' A.' Spencer
and .1.1:7. Griffin, on Saturday',last, as to his, in 7
sanity. Atter asubsequent*aminition':uf the
plVsiejsnS by Surrogate- iiiidoe .Ethcards, the
man was' adjudged insaileui.e religious hia:
nia, and financial, troublest-and, eorirpiitted ,to
the Inic.ne Asylum 'at '47tica.--.82/4shitinton
Mk notice that one of Stisquebanuaconn
ty's hays/ G. G. WatrOus, Avlio is well known to
,many of our readers, and'untilebout tyre ears
ago a resident of our town, is nowi and` has
been for over a year, a meinber of the firm .of
;J. W. Lyon & Cu., COIUiIi6US; aO. They are
„publishers/if standard subscription books and
Ribles, Abe specialty being the new work;. "Po
lar.and.Tropical Worlds." Notices reCoinmend-
ing this work will be found elsewhere.
Thy lsrying of a third , rail by the Erie
Ilailway.between Waverly and BnifalO, will be
in etreet the first step taken by that road to
warst,e, reductiori of gauge. Tlie tenckncy in '
:all raiik . ixids-ismoW3nward narrow gauge,Which
is igunal to be : lpite as safe and convenient.as
:broad4iiiige- and much cheaper. in a teir
trnonthsithe Albany' and SuSqueliatina Railroad
:will be entirely Barrow gange ; 'the belawaie,
Lackawanna and Westent ROlroadme making
arrangenvtits for.a change from Scran
ton to-Sytaeuse ;Aend it is safe' to predict that
ere outa3yuyears , a broad pine sear will be ua
known In this locality.
—The tectUre on our National 'Centennial,
delivaredi,by..the Bev., E. Warriner, at the
resideude of .Mr. Daniel Sayre, on "Priddy eve=
ningdast4,rellected great credit upon the lectur
er, and , :was a4lecided sue C o ts ,fiqincially. The
nefixtodntsmere $6O. -Much credit "for its sup
cait is-due. 111. re. D.-Sayre-and- -Miss-Fannie
Drinker j who had the 'Matter' 'in 'charge. The
thanks iof the -Church ari;Jdne 41 - 4. - - and - Mrs.
Sayre for their iitudnesila , tendering the use of
their rot:ads / for Ake leethre, this eipeinie
apd inereasing'the netlyroceeds. It waSindeed
a fine plae:e tor thelentertaininent, and there was
ariiihnni4noe of roorn*have*seated most .
comfortko,hle *annex, some spiiity or forty .more
persons.: than: qnnober IA whomticketa were
• Tim DAT You wrirel3Oß.v.;=lTere.:l;3:iiii,l4,-,
• t a llibi t istietbod of discovering the day , of the,
week on which any per on was, bor,i), oqhed4
of the week on which a
, given dity if tilt month '
any Uuraber 'of years previous' occurred. T , 9
the number represenlinglye.ar age 'years at
your ; next, birthday add one-fourth for-leapyears,
this, amount divide by seven, and the remainder
counted back ,froni• the day of the week on
whir Yhu.were born. For. (win*, 'at your
next birthday you will be 24 years oia, this di
' vide by 4, and:the quotient 0, added'tc 24 gives
20 as the ainonnt, whichidivided by 7, the num
hex 01;days in's week, gives.four, weeki and
reixtibidar oy two days;- yOrtibirthday
ihiaYear =nes iitondsy, bo'unt- back typo :
. deyidni4 you'Utive tUe'dai ou widek You *gill
"MILLIONS IN rr."—lt may not be pleasant
to most of our readers to learn that unrefined
sugar, aboundslu insects, which may readily , -be
detected by putting a spoonful of raw sugar in
a wine•glaSsful of water. The aninAlcules will
come to die stirface, and may be seen . with the
naked eye swimming about - vigorously. , These
insects are never, found in retitled sugars, -In
buying rennet sugar you. -pay for pure sugar
crystals only ; in ; : buying coarse brown sugar
you pay for animalcule; molasses, "water, and
all kinds of. filth. •
HORRIBLE &co rortrr.--A shneking timid ,en t
by'swhich the wife of "Mr. Welcome ,Browning,
was burned to death, occurred in, Oleetville,Pa.,
recently.. As , Mrs, Browning was - standing
near the stove, the door was , blown open by the
wind. She stepped, tolbut it, and ,after doing
so diimverecl that her clothes were on fire.' In
• 1 , ,
attempting tb.extingnish the. fianies abont,her
person she set, thelouse on fire 'and when she
had put that, out she was so badly burned that
she had barely strength to go into the bedroom
and tall upon the bed where she was found in
an insensible condition. , She , Ailed , . ow the fol
.',REsroxspnirrY . oir .RAISED ,61tric4--.A de
,cisiOn of wide interest regarding ; the , responsi.
`billty of niskerti of checkslhat, lire . raised, his
just heen.rendere,d by hidge Sharswood,.of the,
Supreme Court., He holds that a maker 'who ,
inalees ailote or check in such a way as to make
alterations easy. or to invite it, is: liable 'to a
bona-fide holder who takes' . It befOre maturity
for value. But-if, the maker .had. used the ordi
nap, ,preenutiona he'would bd liabie, any
more than for:downright, forgery. -Unfitting to
the'bhink space after the words and
ores of the instruments, and,, signing contracts
or other'documents in such a way that they
could be severed and a peitect negotiable note
obtained, would he instances:of, negligence that
would render the: maker liable. The question
whfther pi'oper precautions had been taken was
one for the - jury to s ileaide. '
:ScrtooL, DlnFronsH-A. shalt time ago we'
pubiishe~d a section of. tin 'act of- Amenably re
luiring school directors, to publish, an annuil
statement of the finances of theirdistricts in
.January. On closer examination we'
find a sup
.plement to that act, approved April 12th, 1875.
which changes the thue of publication to lithe
'end of the fiscal year, which will Ake in June.
"The act requires that the authorities of the dis
strict shail then prepare and publish in at least
two newspapers of the county, a statement
-showing in detail the actual indebtedness, the
I -amount of the funded debt, the amount. of the
,floating debt, the valuation of the taxable prop
erty therein, the assets of the district, with the
.charaCter and value thereof, and the date of ma
turity of the respective forms of funded debt
=thereof ; and a neglect or failure so to do shall
be kmisdemeador, punishable by fine not .e*:.
wceeding one thousand dollars.
A CHEAP. DIET FOR Mum TIMES —ln these
times, of slack occupation the e.xperimental.de
ductions of investigating monoinists beconi,
'valuable. A. working mechanit with reduced
pay, sa , ,ys, I have tried hard , to keep up with the
times by lessened expeOture.' 4,laving read
the newspaper accounts of the maa who lived
s.4'a year, gaining . . twenty,pounds, under a
;regimen of C orn meal, we - tried that article but
,found it insipid, and , finally . nauseous. The.
dorsement of buckwheat: as..a r 4ustaining tood
by an iininent judge .induc;ed 2 tis ti iryit ;/Nice
.found buckwheat „nonsusceptible of variety in
cooking, and ye soon "stalled" on slapjae.ks.--
Potatoei falt;;d keefb strength.
Next we tried oat starch, with this result
_My wife, son and self confined 'ourselves to.rat ;
tions of three pints of thick prOiriage diy,
varying tLe "dip" dressing with butter, sugar,
nutmeg. lemon juice Or molasses.: We enjoyed
excellent health, with regular digestion. At
the expiration of two weeks 1 fp,und myself.
folir and . n
, quarter pounds heaVier. My wife
had gained three notinds, while' the lad had in
•eileased over f ive pounds. Our food. outlay km
f'o'urteen days was exactly twe 4collars and eights
•cents, or less than seven cents p''r day for , e‘ch
P9T 43 4 11 . •
We axe now pursuing the same course, with
an occasional "mixed meal."--Zedger.
Rmxinto YOUR • DEEDS.—For the benefit of
our readers we will just state that there is a
very erroneousidea "prevailing in the 'minds of
seine persons in relation to . the' ecording
,deeds.fOrrreal estate. They appear,` to think
that it they have a deed in theh:_possession for
any piece of •property their: title is perfectly
'.sate.; but in many cases this is a great mistake ?
-There are daw's on ,Our statute books on this.
subject,' Mid:, hurireds - Of persons have 'been.
put to great trouble and exOcuSe r and net n,few,
he lost their property entirely, by not paying
proper attention to them. r If a person llas v a
deed' tor a=piece of land.. and an actual poss
essor or it, that i is n notice, of ownershi until
the contrary is shOwn,;,bilt if be is not in poss.,
ess . P . m of it, and his deed is not recorded with
in:six-months Oter its date, N - - aud- the vendor
03°014 sell it to anotheriitin4 - ", *hp .
nothing iiVout 4he. #ro de134,,. the send
purchaser= Would bold: either' - by Is'ating
his deed recorded first or by ietiing pnssespion
;of 14i34: tki*tp tieelea s s Lii;ye
Ins deed 'recorded, not befit 'in pdgessiOn'Otihe
property and judgments: should' be enured
against the vendor, r they would bceome
against the property, and the inqkwho has.paid
his money and held 'this unreeorded:deed - Wight
lose his'faud: 'And again; deeds are, frequetitly
lost by burning teild othersi'lfie; and rendering
great, trouble and expense necessary in dupli
catiri perieettng the title, Every
good business man sends his title papers to the
Itecorder's dflice the first opportunity, end no
lftwyr or ju 'will' permit any deeds of real
estateto he laid away,'ziot evenla an iron safe
until they haiC been recorded Our advice to
parties holding old deeds which \.iye net remind
ed Utd to all those getting new ones, is have
them recorded at.once.. Especially is this nee•
essarYin tockfnwwherefires and iobbilrieiare of
almost daily occurrence, which might and ne;es
frequently; Sweep away traces of title that are
putt jimerved eh the public; remni.
TER 'l).E.)lOQ'g: - .A.T4 . :, : yryitti-_ - ..4 - ..6i-, - ,:i lifiT6.;
MILD WisTEns.-- 7 The weather!ithls winter
has been so remarkably mild that ever,ybody Is
filled with surprise and wonderment "I never
saw anything like it," says one.
ing," says another. "Something must , be out
of kiltcr," chi Mes in a third, imh -the tourtli
crlei, "Tile clerk of the . weather *lust be on a
spree andk has forgqtten his duties." But it is
not so astonishing, after all.. Ilion) have been
other winters just like this one,ao even warni-
er. No matter luiw curious it,seitson may seem
to be, there have been others ih the past just
like it, arid nobody need flatter himself that he
has, discoVered anything new unaer the sun.--'
A - delver among the musty records of .the past
informs us that in• 1112 the temperature. wits so
higli that leaves came out on the frees in Janu
ary, and birds hatched -their britipds in Febru
ary. In 189 the , weather was I ,.equallr mild,
and the maidens of Cologne wOro wreaths o
Violets and corn flowers at 'Christmas and oh
Twelfth day. In 1421 the-trees flowered in the '
month of Itlttich, and the month of April. , ,—•
Cherries . ripened in the same month, and grapes
appeared in 7,7. 1572 . the bees were coy
ered?witli leayas : ln January, iandiihe birds
hatched their young in February, as in 1112. In
1585 the same thing was - repeat:oi, and it is add- ,
ed that corn , was in the ,ear at iEaster. There
was in Francsk neithei snow , pr frost throughout
"the winters of 1538 ; 1607, 1668, 1617, and 1669 ;
filially, hi 1662, - even in the north of permany,l
the stoveifWere not lighted, until.' trees flowered i
in February. Coming to later dates, the 'Win
ters of 1846-47; when it thundered at Paris on
the 28th_of Janory, and of 1866, tht year of
the great , inundation of the Seitie, mafbe Men
dotted asexcepiionally mild. ,
ThirruDAY V.kitTY.-I.The following was re
ceived tait was too late . , for publica
ildii, vi;ft a of Thomas J. titlany, of Brook
lyn,*.a,l,:Was :ye t ars old on Friday,Feb, 4,
1876. A. party' of relatives and trien;ls conven
ts at her honie, huinbering ov e r toyty, to show
their respect and' esteem, forerte who had spent
so useful a life. Among the guests were four
children of Air. and Mrs. Tiffatiy;:two sons and
two dimightera. Mr. and. Mrs.; Anson Tiffany,
Mr. and Mrs. Jtidson Tiffany,Mr. and Mrs. John
Perigo; Mr. and Mrs. Bailey. Thatcher, Mr. and
Mrs. T. M. Oakley, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vail, of
New Milford, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman B. Tiffany,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
Johri R. Tiffany i Mr. and Mrs. Dot Mackey, of
Foster, Pa., Mr. and Mrs.. Mu.; Daly. Also - 8.
S. Butts, Esq., of Bradford County, District
Deputy, whO is canvassing the county on tem
perance, and many others, whom I cannot, now
mention, and the writer.
The day was spent in livelftaik and religious
Conversation, insinging the wings of Zion, and
in general enjoyment.
The table was spread with the richest viands,'
and we ate and drank together ; with joy When
dinner was over, some riresentntioti remarks
ixereinaile; and "McAbee wai surprised with . a
fine gold a gift from her husband.—
A set of silver spocins. from her ions and
daughter, 0 1 `ber silVer-tvare, glass-ware l and
- greeninackii, fist:in:l'M'''. 'and" M i ra: E.M. Tiffany,
Mr, and Mtn. ff. M. Williams; and ethers. , km:.
T. etiressed lifraelricery thankfill that she was
thus'remedheied by her 'friends, and felt that
site was not:alone in tA6 lvbitd. After. Which
the singers in the company;ef whom - there were
&ally, sang "`Beautiful Herne' ter 'Thee iiot;hier,7
foundin'the "Revaliat," NU. 122. The'W , *
can be had 'at the"' M E:' l'ailionage,
.roWsi 'Of 'the '4,50k-S' The
piece Was,exceedingly''amirepriate to the ores:
.lion , and rendered in such a way, as to . cause
entire:cohlpOy 'or,a "Home * over
there;"'' 'Prayer' as 'offeied, *ink the:ftienda
,separtited,'feeling that,' the day had indeed' been
These ''birth-day :parties,'' "fainily - gather
ings," and friendly reunions" are among the
pleasant things in one's life. f They are human
izing, and moralizing, They remind us that,
"we are brethren." ' - '""Let brotherly love con
tinue."' • ' ' •
Brooklyn, Pn : Feb!,, 7 , 18714.
JI..CKN9WLEDGMENT. • • • • 1
We take this. method to render thanks to our
friends for their very • agreeable company. and
liberal dOrtatiOns made at the pr.rsonage,• - Feb.
3d. :Also to other ftiendS rot their 'gitts before
and`sinee that time: "The , Lord reword theiO."
J. H. WEsToN,' :••
• E. •B. WEsTori,.
BR'ooklyn, Feb..l2, 1876. 1
WM3=ol'ol4'B BIRTIFDIAT LECTURE. •
The Rev; Patrtek r Toner, of "Towanda, , Par:,;
who has iiiade such. a grand repuCatioxi in, the
lecture field and who has be'en so favorably no-1
Wed , by the press of the N cciuntry I will lecture;
iEI ,St. Joseph's Catholic. Church ,on Tuesday
:February: 220, Subject--'
Birtli-day) at . ,
o'clock - p. sgbject---"St. Pairick's ' Missi9n;
to Ireland." Ticket's, 50 and 25 cents. Al!' tire
.cordially invited to - We fttesint.
St. Joseph, Feb: :10, - 1870. 1
runiined gratelblb- acktiOwledglithe
generous donatiott;ot $lOO.OO, given- tallitru3elf
anti,family on the afternoon ,and 'evening. , 44
Friday, Fell . 11th, Not unpleas
ant Weathei travelling, friends from a
distance cheer& hirdby their presence', and al:
`so by substantial evideneesiof friendship, which'
were grateful to the receivers; and,, blessed Oa
the tiowiril. To the friende and neighbors wee
mu:rested thintselves ter •Illit6t und hiS mini+
ter. would he expresa his warm appreciation of
their kiudgest4, and pray that this token of-gook!
will may be,biessed ,hundte.4 fold . to the
• LIMIER WoLoorr.
14t1i, 1876. .
CoL OSSA itt*74 iST.AT Ult "OP YjeTClltit
W eit stands in the Park, iitt4 Lowell,helore .tha
tomb_til the.tirst soldiers that, led in the,Reve..
i 4 it'laSting and beitiltiful tribute of art .
one - :orthe • first 'objects • &aught stran* , 7
ers visiting our sister cityi , : which indeed Many_
visit purposely -to see this elegant object of high
art. It_wasobtained_ frOtn. the King.of 13avn:
rift' by Ijk, 'J. Ayer, - to; . whom his nytjesiS?
was especially gracious - iniacknowledgemobt 4;11
what his remedies 'artitephtSd to haite done . fnr
the suffering sick. - It- - wak . donated by` the Doc
torio the,,Gity of LoWA. !as a :.permanent ; mid
speaking enahlem•,nt ,tbevictories, ,both . . Of:
BelenCe Arms.--/f4v#Efos* (IMP Pre*
Diriter.if:or.—A Donation will be .beld at the
Susqueliiinna Mineral Spring House,, in Rush.
on Thitriadayi Feb. 17, atternoon and =evening,
for the benefit of Rev. P. & Deny. All are in
vited to attend.-
Atish, Feb. 9.1876. •
New illuxuan Lows, N0.'5C1 1 7,F. and A.M..
will give :
.a reception and banquet at l'hinney's
lintel, Niw Milfold, Pa.; on .Tuesday evening,
Febi 22, , - -
New Milford, Feb. 2, 1876.
Mktinix • WOBAS. • •
The Tunkhannock Marble ; Works of Burns
Nyhite .are doing a good business and are
getting out some y tasty pins of Head
Stones and Monuments. A. B. Burns, of the
Eagle Drug Store, is their authorized agent for
Montrose and vicinity. He has • design& of
Heed Stones and Monuments. Any orders left
with him will be' promptly filled by Burns ,&
tunkbannock, Feb. 2, 1876tt ,
Itnerromarna.—Pietures taken in all the lat
eit!styles. Old pictures ,copied and. enlarged.
Akio a 'sPlendld lot of frames - for sale' cheap,
at G. W. DooLITTLE's.
ontrose, Joue:10, , , ,
ROSESTHAL PraCtical Auctioneer will
(ut on aplication) attend to all public saieS
th above capacity. Terms reasonabk. • Balls
fwition warrailted. , Address, or apply , to R.
Rosenthal, care, of S. Pillman & 004 Post's
blinding, Montrose,. Pa.
pan. 19, 1876tf.
LOox 1 Loox I 1 '
medicine quality is the first importance
Burds at the Eagle Drug Store keeps eon=
saintly on hand a' full supply, of French, Ger
•man, English and American Drugs, Medicines;
mid Chemical& Also a choice selection. of
toilet articles and fancy. goods. The largest
aid best stock , of Pocket Books in, town..
I Montro'se, Jan. 5,1.876.
J. H. WEBTON.
P l attcrulG. , s ..
I We have , just received a very, large.stock
plain and tabu envelopes, letter and, note pa-
Per, plain and fancy bill head papers, cards of
a 1 sizes and colors, colored poster papers,.etc.
a 1 of which wo can afford to print cheaper
t an any, Office, in this or neighboring counties,
a din as good style. Work. done in black and
c dored inks. -It you think there' is any that,
c n beat us, gig e us`. a trial, and we will show
yp i u what we can_do. All kinds of blanks on
hand or priiited to order.
INOI3B--PARPENTER - 74n Hartord, Feb. 2, 1876,
Barnes, D.'E. COssofNew .
*.iltor.d, and Miss Mary 'I .Carpenter, of Har-
NGORDER—BROORS — At the house of Benj.
lAckley, WyalnAng, Pp.., Feb. 8,1876, by Rev.
4. B. Sumner, Stevens . VanGorder,ot Monroi
'ton, and Annie Brooks, of Wyalusing.
ANFORD vAN Lois —At the 3L E. '4sarson
a,ge, liawleyton, N: Y., ''Jan. 31st,: 1876, by
Rev. S. 53.,8 enter, William S. Stanford, and
Miss Olive Van Lone, all 01 Liberty, Pa.
sEPARDSON—DECKER—r4i t4apease orL E. V.
Decker, in Harkwa, FC6.I, 1876,.by Bev. D.
C. Barnes, George . b. Shepardion,:of Gibson,
and Miss Ella M. Deeker.,'of fkartord.,
irEeKEE—In Tunithitnnock,twp. Feb. 1; 1876,
Ajzant, wife of -Hiuntaoutl4,l*ter, aged. :25
I .1,4 7 .4 n Franklin, sep;:,6i#, —. l47,.Si: WiMI ..1
1 Oidy,Son or Oscar atid..,f i htb:o4iall,
ean . 44 tfionthi,-aitd 24‘.01iti1:•.? ,1 ,r
.11,4iie,--Litt.F.0; , 4i......., , 1tiiii; . 0, . 1876, of
pneunibtiiii,'Ellie, infint,•;danghter of Ity,in
-land - Rebectit'Wheelcick,*aged 1 itiOntli:
4 ' '
1 - "().,f;stielt is thstingdor4ibfillOien."• , ,: . ;• ' f
OODNiIN-ItiFtleteityVille,'l i itT,' ' Oeii: i;:184(3, - cit
diphtheria, Zeirna; . agedig years =also Feb. 4,
of diphtheria, Sadie, aged:s',years, children , . of
David and Anna : (3locidwin. •••
1 i • : • •,;-, • ..: •. i ' •
omProlr-At -Kitson '-eoilidtk:''Spritteville,
1 •tius 4 .a.,C0.,,Pit:, Jan.'27,-;Denai .and jaw 81',
i . ; Len „twins danghters•-otAiltts,4. and Arad,
sll nit oi,iiptoQ; aged 2- yestis•nnel 4„spontils,.,. .„,
1 Buried, but not loSt. ' - ~.- . .. .
Real Estate foi Sale.
Farm ror Sate.
he subscriber offers, for sale thA valuable farm
151 X 7.1.1,443143 . .
Said farm is *l
efu.,.e of the most - desirable farms IA the
county'. and is ) tifully' situated in the Village of
Sunimerevllle. Wasquehanna cqunty,' Pa. . ; there le a
goo(' store, flouring milt, saw mill, plaster mill; and
blacksmith and wavon shoyin ' said village. The farm
is situated directly on the D., L. &W, R. R., one mile
and a halt from the depot at New Milford. arid - feta
miles from the depot at Great Bend N. Y. .t.Fzier - R. It.
contains - 10 a acres of land, 180 tyres improved, is well
watered, having a lasting , stream of water running
through, it and water conveyed in pipes to the house:,
barn and cattle yards, it is well fenced, and tinder
goodeultivation ; It is well adapted to ~, ,r owing grain,
and it fitted for stock or dairying , ; there is a large at
convenient dwelling and vsood'house, well painted, turd
beautiful lawn, 'With shrubbery, a large horse barn, Oz.!'
tinge house cattle barn, with two cattle yards and sheds
and stables for feeding stack or'stalling cows. Ind twoi
orchards of grafted fruits, Terms of payment
easy •i , --' , ' ,R. L. SUTPHIN. , metre..
xt New Milford, Sag's!' cc ,*
September 29,1875.-1 m , Pa.
pu l ßuo sALE OF • ). .
N * ,euvillisOzzal IPrc;o7meztt3r.
' • - - - t ,1,11
The ui dersigned. bavtrig sold Me Dorn, will sell 011
the prcalloes. to Silver Lake. 4 milesatirth Ilantroite,'
on the old Chenaugo Turflpikc, on'1'111)11SBAX,
MAB,CR-2, 1816, - ... at 9 o'clOck;"a. sit,` the folle*ing
Koß"tYi to wAtii , ,;" !
One ipso eif Marna 8 years; old u l t ,two.s , ear old - Colt,
12 cholce 11 Year lingo; 5 Shnats; I"Democrat
Wagon. 2 1,993ber Wagons. 1"= . light = Btoly.; 1 .thltter.
2'pair -Bob blerghe. Il3uateeye Mower. Cutting Box,
Corn SttellerVerass-cut t3avr.' filcktve; Harrows, Vhafna:
cvnimetrteq, &e.,p,:tt 41.nres .and other;
fairninglitensela too ••ntitnerona to Mention. Aiso.a
qnantity of Hay and &raw.. 000 r buehela 'at Oata:l .
"onanlity of Bye and Buckwheat, Corn in .ear, tm.
rotators.. Biro' his entire' stock 431 .11oUsebold Furni
ture, etc.. etc. . ' .• -
' l l 4 l l :3l!NtSi—All sunk n 1 SIS and under, cart), -Over, $5,
nine mouths , 4redit with 'intermit 'and riptirOvied. te
currty.t JVIIN EVBRS •
Feb 9 '76.--3w 31. C. SUTTON. Auctioneer
- - 1,• - •_: -., 'i': , *(iii. :sa i ti#3.iill -..- ''''
The subscriber ofrars Mg" farm toreate, j u Silver Like
Township, toutuiuiElGlTY ACytql, oue halt itu
proved, . !,F4r purtieularsolddromp
THOSIAS I, EN GLISn, ,
Sti 556, Pitteon
Feb. 0. 1K6.-8w
HOUSE AND LOT FOR MALE.
latuVed in. the Borough of • Moittrofte; A very. 4.
frithla property. nue; largo Howie, good Burn, Gio i sh ! '
:1401.1. Trot*, J,O Warin; :good • well' tind Other ituati.:
rental:miss; If Or partic ulars, ouitntrWou this_ preaktp,h .
G. BALL! t Y - •
. - 4 1 1Oult000 1 1 re.
• Octob e r 6,187,
County Business D i rectory,
Two linot. In this Directory.one year, sl.st ; each ad
ditional 11ne,60 cents.
WM. lIAUGRWOUT, Slater, Who Jeanie and Itetal
dealer in all kinds of slate rooting, elate paint, etc.
Roofs repaired with slate paint to order. -Aloe...slate
paintfor sale by thegallon or barrel. Montrosc,Pe.
BILLINGS STROUD. Genera Fire and Life flaw
ance Agents ; also, sell Retiree° and Accident Ticket
to New Yorkand Philadelphia. °Mee ont dooread
• ofthe Bank.
BOYD £ CORWIN, Dealers in. Stoves, Hardware
and Manufacturer. of Tin and Sheetiren ware,cornet
of Main and Tarnpikestrect.
A. N. BULLARD , Dealer in Groceries. Provisions
Books, Stationer ,and Yankee Notions, at head of
Public Avenue:* ,
WM. li. COOI'ER dt CO.. Bankers, sell ForeignPaii.
sage Tickets andDraita on England, Ireir land Scot.
~lic 7 ; • '
WM. L. COX, Minutes nuiker antdealer all article
nenallykept by the trade, oppoeite the nk. •
JAMBS CARMALT, Attorney at La Ofact one
defor below Torben Boone: Public Aven • -
H. R9SENTri AL, Auctioneer. Care of S. Pittman it
Co., Itontrode P*. • tjan. 19, '761
SAVINGS BANR.NRW MILFORD.-4 per cent, In
terest on all Deposits. Does a getter eaniting Bat.
noes.- -nil-ti • , S. CHASE at CO.
B.GARRET & 80N. Dealert in Flour. Feed. Idea'
Salt, Lime, Cement. Groceries and Prov'sicne of
Main Street. opposite the Depot..
F. !UMBER...Carriage Maker ;Ind Undertaker on
Main Street,•twO doors below Hawley's Store.
• • • - GREAT , BEND.
R. P. DORAN, Mdrehant Tailor and dealer in Reads
Made - Clothing, Dry Goodo,Groceries and Provietuus
Math Street.* • • '
NAT 3E-1 S
rn ‘Ze e • l:4\
`, l -- •
It is a liquid Linament for House and stable. use. A
vain able combination, discovered by a celebrated Eng
lishehemtst and horse•farrier. ' Was introduced in the
United Sates in the year 1858, and since that time, by
its great success• in the cure of disetti!es, it has won
for, itself that world wide reputation tt PO richly des
erves, and now att.nds at the head of all:linamente un
AS. A FAMILY MEDICINE.
It bas already mined the confidence and admiration
of thousands of households for its many cures of dis
eases were external , +pp!icationa are of s" much impor
tance. It is especially admired as a family remedy for
its peculiar chemical combination. possesing no harsh
ingredients, [like tincture of Cayenne or red-pepper, of
which cheap and vtiluiess Liniments are largely com
posed.] which increase instead of diminish the intima
tion, making it oy nature a speedy cure for
RH EUMATIS HEA PACT E. SORE THROAT,
COLIC. COPfullS, CHOLERA., TOOTHACHE,
BRUISES. SPRAINS. LUMBAGO, CRAMPS,
COLDS. CHILLS. FROST, TIC DOLOR
BUR. BURNS. CUTS, BITES OF
Testimonials and directions accompany each bottle.
Buy one—only 25 cents, 60 cents, or sl.o)—and if it
does not give good satisfaction return the bottle half
full and your money will be refunded. Call for G. B.
S. S., and take no other . • - • •
D. G. CARY. & Co., Proprietors,
. Ididdletdwn.• Orange Co., N. Y
A. B. BURNS and .M. A. ]'.YON,•• , . t Druggists, Montrose. pa.. .• •
Purchasable ai all, Witolesalei and retail 14 . 01e5 11. the
County, : . . .
' Moutrotte.lter sth. 875.
AYRE'S , CHERRY PEPTORAL.
For -Disea h B
ses cif the Throw,. :2.odl,l,agiigs,stich
as. Coughs. Colds. 14
ooptug - Vough, rom
eidtbs, As4hasic, and Cousaruption. .
• oi. Cough's. COWL Coraumptions,
that can be made by medical skiU. Indeed the Omni
PECTORAL tie really - robbed -these dangerous diseases
of their, terrors, WA great extent„.and given a feeling of
immunity froth their fatal effects, that la well founded
if the remedy be taken in season. Every family should
have it in their eloset for the remedy . and prompt relief
of its members.' Sickness, - suffering, and even lite is
saved by this timely protection. .The prudent should
not, neglect it. and the wise will net. Keep it I,y you
'for the protection it affords , by its timely iisti fu sudden
Dr. J..C. Co„ Lowell
Practical and Analytical Ctiemista.
SOLD BY ALL DRuocusrs DEA . I.BRS IN
Nov : . 240875
i t. TRES 1-Ltat VIGOR;
►, r o n, nEvi'olV2o3 MAIM,
TO ITS ; SATVRAL: TITAI4TY '44. 4 VD coLon,;
Advancing years, sickness
1 6. disappointment. and
turn the hair gray. and
.lier of them incline it to
ied prettier tirely.
ATER'S HAIR 'VTGOIt,
mg.#44le4telltiiire use. has
•Oven that it Stops the
ling of. the hair immedi
mly; often. ,renews the
rowth, and always surely
!stores its color. when fade
id or gray. It stitunisteit
to. nutritive , organs to
lathy activ Bud Pres
_atty. Thus briAy, weak
ektekty hair becomes glot-iy, pliable and strivethened
Vost hair regrows h 1;vely : expression ;... falling hair
I checked and stablished thin hair thickensand fad
or gray hair resume their original color.its opera-
,it cues dandruff, heals all
and(lzeene Um' rcstip'cool, ( cTean atid soft--under
which couditions,ditwases ,of the scalp are ireporsible,
'Ali a dreseng for ladietti 'hair; ' the Vigor praised
for its_gratefarapd 'agreeable"! perfurite, and veined for
thr soft iustiv and richness of tone it imparts.., •
• 'Patty.trtzt tilt
- • Trivalent indliiialyticattirtisti. • -
NOW.DRUGGLSTS. AND - DEALRRS • IN
/14D19n9i. : . • '
, N0.. - 24,1Rtp:401 :' • " 47 . • ,
AyLow ti PAbit4Y . Msl/IMES
fitid LAnittners,re.inved to a short lime by tha
ure otTaylor's Cejebrated'OlL The greet IthenutatlC
and Neurnitglc ltometiy. •This. mediane its not .1 cure .
all..bet is warranted to . curt) more ot the a ll* and 1110 to
which - fleSh'ls 'heir Then "any 'other metVeine ever di
covered. 4.4lye.it a trial; , if yen do ballad it so. it
cortr.you nothing. it may be used with the .utmost
advantage for 'ally kind of Pain. Woninir or'
Serer up,en man, or .beat-t. Will not tiwort thtj pivim
wound or *ore. Pall' directions for use around each
bottle: 'Ask your,Nlerchauffor a free vial: No Cure—
Taylor's tough. Syrup or: kxpectorant, for all Threat
and Lung diseases... 1$ err t
•P.etteant to the taste and
contains nothing injurious. 'Try it.
and stop that
cough and take •the Soulless from [your 'Throat and
taws- Ask your 31ercha,ut for a free vial. .NoCuto7 -
. Tay ore Couditit;n•PoWders for all kinds . of stock sod
poultry. Warrautel the beet' renovator of the *piton
of run down ordtsoasetl stock, that ha* ever been OP
covered., Vry Ahem for all olacasesincident to the
Witte creallOp... DlreCtlona for u se around each PSC/
tige Cort-,-N.O ray; - '
- .Al l the , ahove tnedicitte4 (orttajo 'hi Abel Tgrrell and
Bargill& Nichols.Arliloutrose. arid all Druggists and
Defiers thrtaushout . the collatly• •
The -fivr composltions,Which
. kve won Abeconfidence of
old :words I move not _only
but ; many nations, ran,t,
ire extraordinary ...virtues,—
altaps tto one ever secured
wide It reputation.`or main
ined'itto -long its: "Ayer's
lerry Pectoral, It has been
sown: to the'. pane about
irty, years, by l 'a-long contin T
A series of marvelous cures
tat have won for it a cord
mice in Its virtues, never
!dicing. _ It still makes the