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• Arrangement et
• _" RAILioAD:
Ark fee. Depart*
khannock., (Daily,) ..... !rip to 12 15
Montrose Depot, (pailYJ 000 pm 620ase'
Now. )1 ilfotil, (Datly,) . , 1000 alp: 1' 80p m
Wlaittina , (Dati.Y.). •• •• • ' , Mani 900 p ro'
Frientieville, (tri weekly,) 600 pm 800 am
7,onklio Sustion'. Or' week), ,) 100 am 700 nm
ihoghamton,via 8. Letke.(tri:weekly).. 6(09 m 700 p nt
vcaneppeu.,(tri weekly,) 1000 am 400 pm
The New York, (via felontroet Depot s ) New atilfOrd;
Tunkhannotk,andzWyalusi rtg are daily.
The:Cool:lin Station mail runs Tuts ' aye, Thursdays,
The B i ng h a mton mail, (via Slifer Laks,)rnue 'rites
laze, Thursdays , and Saturdays.
l. d r ti l y.
etndeville mall , runs T . awhile , , Thnrsd l ill u e end tai
The steehomn mailrnos Monday. /
Fridays. % -
A Stalp leaves dilly, for leinstrose Depot: at I la., and
returnb at 6 p. m
• A stage leaves daily for New Milford eat 6`Z 0. CZ.
and resume at 3 80p. to,
Seeirose Beiliver time Tails:
A rrangairni3Of Trellis. To take effect on Monday,
Dee. 21st, 18'15. , .
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DOWN TrAille; • - 1 . UPI Trsit.s
so cTlivrano. ! ' . NORTHWARD
. 4 t. S.. , ' v•a. M. P. 31:
5.00 1.00..... .. ..Montrose.:. . .... 1 :410.40 5.00
510 110 Alien's—...ol
. .....1S • 545 .
613 113. Cool's— ..... 1-1,1010 540 '
Ell 140 , • Bunters ..1015 535
6W 1 16_ : D1m0ek......:....1005 • 5a '
635 1 $.'2.. ....... ... Tyler's... .... ... 955. 515,
s: * 140.... ..... bpri a gelllo • 945 • 606
ym 145 , ......... ..... Lrno. , . .035, 465 -
605 168'Avety's 993,40
610 :ICS ... ....Lemon Si 15* 4VS
620 4 I XI. . : .. Lobeek —oo3' 4VS
630 2 30,. ..... ...... Matey's •" , 8 65, - 415
645 2-....,..... "Tanklmonoalt 8411 : 355
All ir3int4. connect at Tunkbannock With , P. &:i T.
R. K. going north and sentli.
.1 Ablltd. I. IlLA.E3Lt,Preslt.
Liot fa Iva Lituat •Loarosut
Notice tialtruptcy. •
Pahlic S.ile a Pomona! Property. I
Atlnesoiotrotor's 41* of Root Istoto.
Auditor ) / Notire—srato of liobort Mao
41.4.1gramittrator's Notico---trt4) of Jtao Skip
Burraim LOCALt. - •
DOD: Mott for lidtvo- ht. G. Harmed /tad Abel
.Ititiog of Ckaictiop Azoadotiook-npowad to
,Secrat Soeitrico. •
Sixth Anneal 117.optin of Xt . 1.7, - traez
Comp No. & •
• h gereore Maine en-12e.gst.
A Mtn fig.: et...retereburodazd
the 28:}I of Week:Air, in eh* ebikt-t,„
nye: "The (=twee *ad .31. oft. ex-•
ceptibtal rivr v.r this winter items an
bast tradvrnt rail, of eadneto over 041
capitol, end. iz.lll ne well
it Ito' mori,dianie 'plemuree cif Wit 'winos.
The. thermometer ' tnaark& 32 deßreee con
tigmle below. freezaig 'point (15 5-10 de
gret4 FArtonheit testae zero) ; tkie lempe
giTe Only ts 'vat sod iDeuf4caent, light
the ghee 4 et, tba itehio!en roliiugosr abe
anon produzo s tiorribl* ertaathi4gir
ksiown bs iiitioNhitenta tettitporees
zoom the Naga of ate °ninety ent)dritere
mad warkeilirt st.o are eithfged P rae.e the
poitz sir ?mane mottling iaor6 Arm la
bipe serface turroundsd with leinks.
F6ot, pime,vo-re ertic n full run, cover
it; with thiek for: C4;nver,u
-s9ltty rb4k eteitegthi.:.st.
moegil4re: tieecemec heavy; sand
at ltat lewenor ovcrcomoe eve7 . to 0D4113
spi„ of the artifirini heat of the knee."
The Cation forgerr.
der for the ortra,d,itiori - of D;
low for forgory...ehso . :Int& out at •••tha
Siatv Di-portatent. to-day. The • order
is in the usutLifortia of such 4ocuments
and . embrace!: r, copy of tho
Iva:m .4 ; %'insicver ) which .cvntains
tertJ coo Ilto for forging a,43 utterirtz'
pitoee of. pre Alit per, e-, l eo th 0.41-
d3vils Of parties whoentr.me ere forged.
Thq,e Nets mere certified u cMtr the veal
oft iston court a:id Com mo n iveal th
of liltz.itchus4tt*. , The r---quisi . tn w
piacedp tile hapas of -Albion P. Delir
burn,a, government special. agfiiit;.whp 14t,
for New irork. to-night to sad Saturday'
for Europe. earring with him authoity-to
ree'elve the pria.)ner; - tho is in custody in
London. Tilk amount of the forgeries
enumerated in the indictment is 'about
Air t v-tivethiiaand dollers
4 11. 3tdthit,
Gay- . --ROwE—At the M. E. parsonage, Lyman-,
ville, Pa., Feb. 12, by. Rev. G. Maned . . Mr.
ten:lriek 8. - Gay, of Auburn, and Mies Mary
,• E. Rowe of Meshoppen: . -• • •
CRONV.—CASE—Ai the M. E. parsonage, 'in
.4oburn,• Feb. 5, by Rev. S. Barney, Jacob .
Cronk, of Rush, and Miss Kari CasP, of . Elk
Lake." • - ' •
GELATT-4:ATNE=-At the house of the brides
faintr, in Preston, Wisyne Co.,
Pa., Feb. 9th,
by.itev...l4. P. Bartell, G. W: Gelattspi Thom
son, Pa, , to Mies listtis 'Payne, of Pritston,
VYtyne Co., Pa. • .
V)"11S-d16 1 "1 1 ' Ztilt
WARNER-1n 'Fraaklin Forks, Feb.l2, s lid
. Warner, aged 'BO • yeani, wife oN•livaTUed
Warner; • .D....ased was sick but, libout three
Wkrsox:-At Upper. Lehigh, Pit.,,MOnday, Feb.
14th, Gertrude, only daughter of W. W.I and
Annie M. Watson., aged 1 year, 2,inonthsould
12 days. Cause of death mernbrane,ottenfoup.
Watsort-hrAt .:Uppiii-L g ehigh,' PS.; Feb . .47th; of
nitinursnoua croup:, C'harles -Kemmerer, See
elkd son of W: Amid 'Annie Watson.
aged just lour years. •
Great Bend, Feb. 8, - Alniirn,
of WriglirChamberlin, aged. 80 years.
PlucE,-In 'Susquehanna Depot, Feb. 7, David
L., sou-of A. V. and L. B. Price, aged
year and five months. .
TliA6' —At .tithens, Pa„, Feb Ist, - Myra Park
• Tilley, only.daughter tif 'Rev, •C:0. 811d' Myra
Tracy, of Constantinople; Turkey, aged tour
Years. . . • ". .
LOOK Lox 1 I
I n, medicate qualttY..i.;(:the...Arst jr4ortaTlC:e•
A: B. Lurusirt the Eagle brug'Store keeps con ,
ly on hand a' full supply of Frenoli:.Gen:
man, English and • American - - Drugs, Medicine;
anti Cliehileitls. Also - a .
,clioicQ 1 3010 1 ,10n: 'of
,articles aud fancy gooils, 'Tite'j largest
i)(!st stock. Qf Pocket Booka irt
C. C. FORDHAN. Pl. M.
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ISILLIS for Auction Sales, etc., printed
EXOCTIAT office In ;first-class style slid
S,IXTH ANNUAL RICORPTION OF
We: - 2, will be held at Fire.:
all, Friday eveahit, ;Feb:
ially-inilted- to attend,:
I ; - • • ,
B+, ORDER or colt. •
Tose, Feb. 23,1676w1. •
TION. —A Donation j will 'be held eit the
Crianian v in Weet. Dinlock,
;:day evening, Fell. 29, for th , :. benefit of
.G. Barn' d and Abel--Wiigley. An
;upper will be provided to which all are
I ' 137 ORDER or Cwt.
CLAta OYANT EX.AItIEiTIONE FREE.
Thei. is , no 'subject that requires so much
study ls t
d experience as the treatment of chron
ic d es. The astonishing success and re
ntarls le cures performed by Dr; Butterfield,
due to the sift of clairvoyance, to the life
long st dt of the constitution of man and the
l i tt
tuting' f itiettexes from natural remedie s . Cures
the wo forum of SeroMla, c7atarrh, Piles, Fe
male eakmese, Asthma, Kidneys or Bladder
Will be IA the Catferty , House, Binghanitou
Thursday, and Friday, , March, 16 and 17.
Wiz:Vila:l.—The W. IL P. Christian Associa
tion opposed to Secret Societies will hold its
c r.. 11..
next quarterly Meeting at Grange ille ' on
114'etintay evening, March Ist, at o' k.--
The public are earnestly invited 'to atten anti
listen ! to discussion% on the principles . and
workings of the Secret Orders, especially in
t rajection. of Christ' front their religious
rituals land to join in prayer toi their overthrow.
note Sze to be three -- sewsions on Thursday, a.
m., p. 'M., rod evening. Able speakers are to
be - present end take the needful part, and
Meada l of tMa order -will be granted a hearing.
Es ozpsa or TED Ex. Coat.
rabl. 23, 183w1. ,
• I OisTmte I OYEriErt.S I 1 I
7,50 aid 80 cents per quart, at the
• KITOTONa, SALOON.
!LY TIMMY., I say_untoyou: Go to the
)ne Saloon and get a good Oyster Stew.
v 1 '
lea, Mioase and Cbildren's Calf, Peble
ssi Glora Eid Siumt at Auction, Friday.
b. Vies atlveitiwment. Goods open fur
S i tee* Tnuratlay.
• sArtek—Pictures taken in all the lat
len. Old picture& copied and . ettlaiged.
lot of Wawa for bale cheap,
nt G. W. Doourrnit's.
Twilit PUBLIC iv guarantee that Tay
lot's nattily Medi:dots are the best in market .
of their kind, and tbst'tho quality ot the goods
shoyk heresAer be maintained, I would say to
alt: "II ittal using them you are not eatisfied
you has. reeehted benefit, in proportion to the
price paid, return, the °misty bottle or package,
ond got your mousy hock, is I want nnmon's
raenoy usieca)so is sz.auted he tuts received its
equivalent. ' P.espectfull3,
H. Dnowineua TAYL,on, Propir.
Tba Tuiaktienrioct tf..24111.3 Works of Burns
tit tibit:. em wings good business and are
lotting out Dome very tasty jobs of Read
ftites encl. RonEttatilta. A. a Burns, of the
Dn..; gum io their authorized Atvnt for
outtres tad- vicinit.g. He has designs of
at-14 ttories and bloautnents: Any orders left
' with bits will be prvmptly filled 14 Burns
Taub-ant:Loa., Feb. 1876tf. -
We have just received a very large, stock of
plain and fancy envelopes, letter and !note pa
per, "lain cue, fatty bill head paper cards of
all sir mi and olnrs, colored poster papers f etc
all of hich we era afford to print cheaper
than any oflice,in this or neighboring counties,
and in as good style. Work done in black and
colarqd inks. It you think them is any that
can best us, pie us a , trial, and we will show ,
you what we 412 do. All kinds of blanks on
nand or printer to order.
TEE tOLOBSAtBRoNVE, 'STATUE OF VICTORY
which stands in 4e Park, at Lowell, before the
tomb of. the, first .s . ldiers that fell in the Revo
lution, is a *tiegind beautiful tribute of art-
It is one *Ol - the objects sought by. strang
ers visiting bur-sittei . city, which indeed inany
visit purposely: to it , e this elegant object ot high
art: \ • It Was obtaired_ froth the King of Bava
ria by. Dr. J. C. Ayer, to.. whom his nytjesty
was espeially gracons in icknowledgement ot
_remedies, ire reputed to-have done for
the suffering tick. It was donated by the Doc
tor to the City ot bwell as a permanent and
speaking etr.blem - ot the victories both .of
.Scieace and Argis.ilifgorstoten. (Md.) Prat •
WE Ttmix that Oa! people of Montrose and,
vicinity are finding ott, where the most popu
lar Dry Goods House'n Bing.larnton is located
for C. F. Sisson & C. inform us that their
trade; from this sectionjs very large and con
increasing.' Intheir stock may now be
found a large and canfully -selected stock of
Dry Gods; alitable to tie wants of everybody.
They; a.specialtyof Black Silks, Black
Casstmeres, Black ,Mohait, Black Alpacas, and
the finer grades of Dress Goods, stud in this
line are prepared tO giT, some decided bar
gains.. We ,suppose that litarly everybedy is
aware that their . store is)ocated at 61 Court
Street, next to the Canal._
Binghtnston, Sept. 22,18'5.
IarLATILEri NIWB I BisolaHnoN.
The latest news in 13inglAmton is that Hine
& Shales, of *0 Court Street,bave just received
their third Fall and . Winter spok of Dry Goods
which is now complete\ in tll , departments.—
The best Silk., ',The best BlTk Cashmeres.--
The'best Alpaca. The best Mtrinos—Empress
—Plaids of all descriptions. ,'the best Shawls,
Kid Gloves, Embroideries, Ritbons, Ties, &c.,
in fact everything that is kei* in a firft-class
Dry Goods , Store at bottom figures. Another
important item,which if known may be essential
to the people,of Montrose, Ne'AT'Milford and
surrounding country, that Geo. B. McCollum
and C. C. Faurot would be most happy to see
all of their acquaintances and show them the
bargains that lime & Sholes are now prepared
to give. • . & SiToLEs.
Binghamton, 1875. ,
ITOR'S - (Yi.llCE.—jhe jnider
'signed appOintt.d by the.flon. the Orphans' Court.
.of fincqnsshaina County au A.afitor to make distribu
ions of , tile
vr e fund remaining .in the, hands of the ad
.. unstratorbf the estate of Bridget MeLnan, II ta
end to _the duties of his appointment •at his office iir
pntrose on . Thesday. March in, at r \o'elock :p. in.,
ut. which , time and place all persons_ having claims
will. prese.ut them or be forever debarred. from COM
ibg in upon Said fund. - ' ---- • E. O'lvElL.l4,Auditor. --
Fen- 16, IST6.-4w ,
Best calicoes 8 colts per yard at Cheap
John's. • . .
r*%Em. .- DEMOCRAT; ;:fT,P.,. : gp,' .T 070..
New fork Produce Market.
ported Every Week Expressly. for Tux itfolixxoSi
DIMOCRAT by Rhodes it. Server, Produce Commis-
siou Merchants. 26 Whitehall Street.k4 evr York. t
'.New York Friday Feb.lB 1870, '
Receipts last six days :... • 17,945 pkgs'
The arrivals of really fine State butter continue ,
very limited and holders 'are strong and gener-i
orally able to obtain extreme prices from that's'
who must have quality at - any cost.
suite Dairies, fine. ' 31 @ 330
State Dairies, good to primc....27 80c
State Dairies, fair to good 23 '4gt 26e
State Firkins. choice, sktlecteil..3l. sg - 32c
State Firkins, goi . ..d to prime.... 27 sat 29c
State Firkins,fair to, good , 22 (4 23c
State Palk, airy, choice. • -- —c
State Pails,dairy,goocl to. prime 26 (4. 30c
State .PaiLs,common to fair..... 22 (4 24c
Receipts last six days 18,722 boxes.
Business coritinui..s rather quiet, the demand,
from the shippers not continuing as good as;
/State Factory, fancy Mt@ Mc
State Factory, fine 12%c
State Factory, fair to good.. 9%,g4 10%c •
State Dairieslancy full cream 11%@ 12%c
State Dairies, fair to g00d... - . 8%((§ 10%c
Receipts last six days. 11,616 pkgs.
The weather continues favorable,invoices sight
and holders trite firm in their ideas for fresh
receipts of prime marks.
State and Penn. i •
' Western choice brands 18 €4- 1834c1
With continued favorable , weather, scarcely;
any choice kits arriving, together with the tact,
of most of the frozen freight lots, which have
been received during the' week, having been
cleaned üb, has stiffened the market materially:
and, prices are, decidedly higher • and Very,
.Turkeys, State prime,. . 17 © 18e
Turkeys, State, fair to g00d.. - ..16 0 17c
Chickens, Jersey,prime 19 0 20c
Chickens, Jersey, tair to gu0d..16 18c
Ducks, Jersey prime.. ... 19 0 :24c
Ducks,State and Western prime 17 .18c
Geese, Jersey prime , 12 0 14c .
Geese,St&te and Weetern prime 11 sa 12c
MEATS AND STOCK.
'Veal calves 'are scarce to-day awl in good de
mand at firm • t. • .
Live'Sheep, weathers " -6 • 4gi 6go
Live Calves, State prime '
...'. 0 1 ,0) 10c
Hog Dkresmi Calves fine. 1234q0 13c ,
Apples are in only moderato request though
prices remain about the Peeled .peschss
&TO held with more firmness.'
State Apples, sliced ... Wit, 10c •
State A.pples,quarters •9 , g 93 c
Peeled, Peaches, ba., tercy... AO' g 18c
Peeled Peaches, fair t0•g00d.:. , .12 -(41 18e
Blackberries. ...11, 1 -0 12c .
Cherries, ... • . .......20, 220
Raspberries . _ ...
.. 1 .. 27 28c
Plums, 5tate....,..... 18 0;) 20a
Barly Rose, bulk, per !bb1...... Dill 25
Pettchblow, bulk, per bb1.... 137Q1 63
Prince. Alberts, bulk, Per bbl. ;:.140©l 25
Peerleaa, bulk, per bbli 104
Sweet. yellow ' 5040 00
T AYLOR'S FAMILY MRDICINES:
Pain and Lameness re.iev ( id in a short time by tha
nse.of Taylor'l, Celebrated il. The reat Rbeumatk
and Neuralleic Remedy. This medicine is not a cure
all. but is warranted to cure more of We ails and 'Bet*
which flesh bi heir, than any other raetPeine ever die
covered. Give it a trial; if youl do not find it 60. it
COMAS you nothing.• It may be need with the utmost
advantage for any kind.of Patit.Lameiets. Wounds or
Sores upon man or beast. Will net evert the rawest
woundor sore. Full directions for use around each
bottle. Ask your Meichant p for a free vial. No Cures-+
Taylor's Cough'Syntp or ,Expectorant, for all Throat'
and Lung diseases. Is very pleasant to the taste and
contains nothing injurious. Try it, and stop that
cough and take the soreness from yens Throat and
lanss. Ask your Merchant for a free vial. -No Cure
Taylors Condition Powders for all kiade of stock and
poultry. Warranted the bet 'retrovator of the system
of run down ordiseased stock. that, has ever been die.
covered. Try them for all diseases 'incident to the
brut& treat - lon. Directiona for use around each pack .
age. to Cure—No Pay. i . .
All the above medicines for sale by Abel Turret) and
Burns* Nichols. of Montrose. and all Druggists and
Dealers throughout the country.
Tb a undersigned bar an oinnibutyline running to eq
ery train on the D. L. & W., and' Brie Railways a
Great Bend, wan;
Shippin:; Re-Shipping Baggagt
at either 6pot will bepromptly attended to.
The new river bridge is now completed, hence there
is uo ferrying.
always on hand to convoy passengers to any poist
the surrounding country.
'U. BUCHANAN. Prop'r.
• Great Bend. Aug. 19. 18T4.—tt.
pußuo., SALE OF
The undersigned. having sold his farm, will,sell on
the premises. in Silver Lake, 4 miles north of Montrose,
on the old Chenange Ttirnpike, ion THURSDAY,
MARCH 2, 1976, at 9 o'clock, a. ra., the following
property, to wit : • 1 •
One span Of Mares'B years old, 1 two year old Colt,
12 choice Cows, ti Yearlings 5 Shoats, 1 Democrat
Wagon. 2 Lumber Wagons . light Buggy, 1 Cutter.
2 'pair Bob Sleighs, 1 Buckeye Metier. Cutting Box,
Corn Sheller, cross-cut Saw, Plows, Harrows, Chains.
Whitiletrees. &c., a tot of Dairy fixtures and dther
farming utensels too numerous to mention. Also a
quantity of Hay and Straw. :300, bushels of Oats; a
quantity of Rye and Buckwheat, Corn in ear, 150 bu..
rotatoes. also his entire atouk. of • Household Furni
ture, etc., etc.
TERMS:—AII sum- of $5 i►nd under, cash. Over $5.
nine mouths' credit with ' interest sad approved 'se
curity. I JOHN EVERS.
Neb. 9, '79.-9w M. C, SUTTON, Auctioneer
• in tin tsiness,
All needing their cervices will. be promptly attended
to. Satiefaction guaranteed. • ' • -
, ..........., .F.. mArruswB.
Friendsville. re.; &Prill. 1875. ' 14.tt
)14. - year oothiog at Cheap JOHN.
Bny your .Buuts dG Cheap 41)0'4
than have all
walk, pole4 l
rbetimatisml, ;gout, running tumore. etc., have been re
ceived. We: will rend a circular containingeertiHeatis,
the recipe, etc.. gratis, to any ono requesting .' oite .
bottle o f the', fellow wrapper "Centaur Linimentis worth
one hundred dollars for spavined or sweenled:horaes
and males, of fouserew-worm la sheep. Stoekownars
—these' iniMentp are worth year attention. No family
sboald be ont them. "White wrapper family nsq;"
Yellow ivra ter for animals; Sold by all Draggistsl—
cents per 'ottle; large bottles. $l.OO. J. B. Rosa?
Co., 53 Broadway. New York.
Castorals more M a
an substitute for Castor Olt.
It is the onlisafe artiee in , existencti,which is certain
to assimulat:e the food, rCkulate the bowels, cure wind
colic and produce natural sleep. It contains neither
minerals * morphine or alcohol, and is pleasant to take.
Children ne4d not cry and mothers may red.
Medicines,' Chemicals; Dye Woods, D y e
ES taffs, Paints, Oils. Varnish's.
Books. Combs. Jewelry, Pertninery.
".. Brnshes, Violins.. and Violin Strings.
mikes Notions, .7sticy Goods.
Cigars, Tobacco. Table Cutt!ery, Pine Solid Sliver,
Spoons, Plated Spoons, lir Ives and Forks, Guns, Pis-.
tole. Amunition, Shoulder Braces. Trusses, MediCal
Instrnment4. Dental Materials, TAM!), and Lamp
Chimneys. Teas, Spices; Baking Powder, Sea Moss
Paine, Gel tins. Tapioca, etc., ctc.
Those whlwish to buy Paints and Oils, would do well
to:examine us stock of White Lead, White Zinc,. and
Mixed Che - cal Paints, before 'purchasing elsewhere.
All kinds if colored paints in cans of from one to five
pounds each, on hand.
Moutsosel Feb. 1, 1878.
TIMK I HZLNNOCK
Mft i kßßLE WORKS.
TALIAN & AMERI(IAN MARBLE,
M I LUBLE AND suers NAIITLES.
SCOTOiI & AMERICAN • GRANITE,
EirCemetery Lots raclosed.Or
P. C. B .m...
URLS, - - -
Tunkbaniaock, Pa.. Jan. 19, .1876.-1 y
pAiIfiEVALE .MILLS -
I have related the' above . Mile, and fitted them up in
first-clussiorder. I have also stocked the mill with
AL KINDS OF BRAIN.
. RYE, AND BUCKWHEAT
eLOUR, CORN. MEAL,
Feed, Baelcwheat' Pran, etc., etc.. which I offer to
tuubs ilss done.
at tte lowest prices . Pr All kinds of Milling
• . •
FIVE I4JNDRED buthels or Rye, immediately. Also
highest cash , price paid for all kinds of Grain. ‘
Parkecae, Jan. 19,1876.-3 m
To shoe Per span, new,
" cork and set -
Bet per! span • - • - •
411 work warrantee. Call examine my stock
ore parcbasinar .eleewhere.
[tortoni' t October 1f0th,18715 tt:
:ES TAKE NOTICE I
.. rket price. paid in cash, for
,ORN, RYE, AND OATS, .•-
at the Montrose Steani Mill.
e. Jnl*l4.lB l- 4. A 4
DE ri "
Situa*, in the Borough •of Montrose. A very die •
treble preperty, - Fine. large Home. good Barn. Garden,
Fruit Trf,..es, in bearing. good well, and other con
venieucles. For particulars, enquire ou the premises, _ WM. G. BAILEY;
Octobtir 6,187 Mtn:arose; Fs.
139 . 17LTRY,
EGGS & AuTTER,
wanted. gigheat cash price will be paid, . • -
Ruth Wantary 19 1276 --2 w •
Skirts, at Cheap 09hq's.
I ‘• • . •
4 nt,ur Liniment.
There is no pain. which the Centanr:
LutiMent will not relieve, no swelling
thou will not Subdue, and to himenes
• whiCh they Will not mire: Thi s I sat ron g
iangnage, bit At is tine. They haVn
. produced mire ,cures of rherimatisii,
caked breasts made burns: salt
i be,AC, upon the human frame, atdO
n, guile - , etc.., upon animals in one year.
titer pretended remedies Since the world
are tonnter-i rrltant, all-healing, pain re.-
les throw awaitheli crutches, the lame
us bitss are-rendered barmlesit,.and the.
ealed Withouti scar. The recipe isspnb
eaeh bottle: They sell zanUarticles ever
I ocau ee l they do' Just what they pretend to
onow suffer from rheumatism. pain, or
rye to Suffer if they will not use Centaur
ite wrapper. More tnitulooo Certificates
1 , cures. including frozen limbs . , chronic
Dwilerin 'alfkinde of
Daly's Palo Ale for Invalids.
Mszinfacturers of and Dealers in
Including Western White Wheat.
I : sleo keep on band
YOUR WAGONS, CAR:
IN AND SLEIGHS, •
UR • ,
g done on short nottde. Cheerier thai the
Phsetons - -
Buggies - -
Lumber Wagon* -
Platforms from $l4O to
Swell Body Sleighs
USE AND LOT FOR SALE.
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Iron, Hardware, etc;
HAYDEN & MENA
STOVES, TIN, COPPER l& SHEET
IRON WARES; HOUSE PURA%
'SHIM} GOODS, AND BUILD.
- ERS HARDWARE, &O.
BLANCHARD, "BARTLET - &
SASH,- BLINDS, DOORS, WIN
DOWS; CORNICE MOULD
, INGS,' &C.,
wbich we will sell at Blanchard, !tartlet & pi
NAILS;SCREWS, LATCHES, BUTri t
SASH AND BLIND FASTEN-
Pas AND HINGES, HOES,
FORK SHOVELS, RAKES,
WIRE , GOODS, ML •
p on P
a ane, Palle, Cooler, P Goods.
• MILK PANS.
(Joint HAYDE . N ) Gezieral Agenti
OTSEGO COUNTY LUMBER;. P 14,..
FORM, SPRING AND BUG.
GY _ WAGGONS. •
Unsurpassed bar Styli . and Darabili*
We have recently added to oar soleciloa of sH ru -01. Or;
THIS ' thIINTWIFITIA-i• COOK,
made by Rathbone, Bard CO., Albasyrt. Y.. sadtillt
Argand Base Burntft , Parlor Barre, sad Csaard COL
Stoves, manntactureby.Perry I Co., Albeit, N.T. Ale
also keep the celebrated . .
DIAMOND BASE BURN ING. A
Rstttbone, Jewett b. Illeneola, Moses. with Oaf,ee
Reservare and Nictslellemitines of the lateet issprienit
patterns. Repeiring proseptli dine end elder,
Whj the tlowors::2lasi In It":4ltikt!
Are you aware that you mita •bt+ie fluarraerlaradet
January t That yen tin !apart belly air ti IV'
families ? that yob as give eferlo4llo,4ll- Itr• 11111 Y
plants and Flowers,
,asst . ttoka_ ism as„ ae...44- ak
littie - pqriadts• b y Ten:basin ova of *c G. Bityrea
Air Parnacea ? Teem* Pnrosoes lit* aow canaltaileed
with VAPOR PAN by which be atateapharo lilies!):
pered to that rerembitag tiatrorter hest.
No' ion DWI of Welt
NO MORE DRY. HUSKY HAT.
And thelime has come when consumptives may WP
joice in coal Arm Thole furnace% are fold wag=
on their own merlte, aed are now the leading
th this part of the country , Al] Furnaces ars warmilip
ed to give entire satisfaction or no Bale.
NI IT PL. roT . . zt-4C 13 ES,
I keep competent men on the road who are wen ie
quintet' with the Furnace business ind they are tor
scantly putting up these Furnaces. Their week is wash
ranted to please. Theee Furnaces are now scattered ft
the following towns and cities: » •
Binghltmton",,,Scranton, Providence, Wilkie Vivi..
Kingston, Pittston, iEimira. Waverly, Williams
Great Bond, •Sw-puehrnna. ,Oepot. ilsuco lipss D
Downsville. Andes, Maigaretville, Franklin. MI _
Owego,-Northumberiand, and many other to
iiIia.a2.I.I2:I3LOVJLZIL" a, cl„ 313
Any person wlbhing a recommendation train ant ft*
living in toe above named places. -I will gladly am too
pond with them. giving imam" of parties now Wog
B. C., SAYRE-,
McitOrose, December ltd . 1.873?—am. •
Real _Estate for Sale.
Farm For Sale.
The enbocriber offers for sale the valuable Mu
Said farm is 'one of the moat desirable,tarme is be
county. and is beautifally 'situated in the Villsige eie
Summers's:lle. Risquehanna county, Pa. ; there is a
good store, flouring mill, saw
_mill, plaster mill ant
bladkamith and wagon shop in said village. The Okra
is situated directly on the D. L. &W. R. R., one mils
and a halt from the depot it New Milford, and
miles from the depot at Great Bend N. Y. & Iris B.
contains 190 acres of land, 180 acres iniproved., is
watered, having a lasting stream •of ' water rnazthg
through it and water conveyed in pipes to the he
barn and cattle yards, it is well _ fenced, and g i n
good cultivation ; It is well adapted to growing .'
And is fi tted for stock or dairying ; there is a large
. convenient dwelling. and wog house, well painted,
beautiful lawn, with shrubbery', a large horse barn, iissr
riarte house cattle barn, with two cattle yards and sited"
and stables for feeding stocker stalling cows, and=
orchards of grafted fruits. Terms of payment
easy. R. L. SUTPHIN.
• /TOW' Milford, Bug's a ti
September 29,1875.-41 n .
War /13"?.. 1
Tlie enbperlber offere lit tone for eels i Irt Biker Law
Township, containtim irie tTT AORKS.- one Mit lib.
proved,_ For,partiorders, addroie
11011A8 EN oLtsu
*lx 596, Alcoa** rc
Feb. ti.:1811.- 1 ' * i.,':
Gents' and Ladneund6riv6ar al o ohear
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