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Arionpment of Mid _ t
VtiißAu.noAn: I •
• Arrives. Deparee
ii•Muannock, (Datly,) , 14.)0pm 1215 %a
Montrose Depot,(DailY•); ••• •• . 6.0 ( ) P in 120 a 41
New M Wore. (Dally,) .lO 00 a m 80p m
Wyalueing. (Dally, ) 1 945 am 200pm'
Friendsville, (tri weekly,) 600 pm 'Booam
'Jonklin Station, (trl weekly,): ' 700 a m TOO AM
fli n ghamtoniriaS.diake,(triweekly)..l. tI9O p m 700 p m
uesnoppen..(tri weekly,) 1000 a m 400 p m
The New York, (vial Montrose Depot,) New Milford,
run Ithannock, and Wyalusing are daily. ,
The Conkl in Station mail runs Tuesdays, T hursdays,
The Binghamton mail,(ekt Lake,) rusts Mee`
Jars. Thursdays. and Saturdays.
k riendsville mail runs Tuesday!, Thursdays,and Sat
The Meshoppen mail runs Mondays,Wedaesdaya and
A kage lemma daily for Mnatrove 'Depot at 1 rn..atid
femme at 6 p.
A Stage leaves 'daily .1:for New Milford at 80. a. M.
and returne at 8 80V. tn.
Montrose Railway Time Table.
iirrangitient'of Trains. To take leffect on Monday,
Dec. 21st, 1875.
A. U. P. X. •A. X. P.K.
5.00. 1.00.... Id.ontro se .... ...10.40 6.00
510 110 Allen's.. ...I
513 113. ....Coul's .... 1029 540
629 120 Hunters ", .10 15 535
523 125.. ......... Dimock ..... 06 525
• 535.132 • Tyler's. .... 955 515
545 140.... .... .... . .945 505
555 145 Lynn 935 455
605.153 Avery's........' 925 445 -
610 208 .. . ....Lem0n1..915 485
620 220 Lobeek..... ...905 425
630 230 idarers 65 416
645 245 Tnnkbannoak.... .840 4_55
All trains connect at Tankhinno k. with P. dr, pi Y.
R. R.going north and south; 1 •
JAMES.I. BLAB:: LEE. Prelet.
List of New Advertisetneits. •
Miscellaneous—DauChy & Co.
Public Sale—Ambrose Spencer.!
For Sale or Rent-.-B. S. Warner •
Public Sale—T. P. Meeker Jr. & 'Bro.
Susquehanna County Agricultural Works.
Financial Statement of Silirer take Town
- Money Wanted*.' by • the .Comtnissionera. of
Susquehanna County,-: .
'BUSI;GCBS Loomis. !
Help Wanted-4. Groves.
Sewing Machines for Sale
The New Town 'Hall at Ayr. • .•
Prices Reduced 'at the"SteathMill.• ;
Special Announcement by Cheat)
Donation tor the benefit of ,R0v.4...H. Wes
Speckti 274 De!nocrat.
Our Wablungton Letter.
THE POLITICAL CENTRE-REN AND INK ,
PORTRAITS-ME. SPEAKER KERR--
"SUNSET" C.QX-JAMES 01 . BLAINE7- .
1 . SAII'L J. RANDALL---PEESIDENTIAL
There iis. a
.bewildering number: .of
places that one wishes .to visit in Wash
ington. but. all interests culminate in the
Capitcl ; not because it is:the nioit. mag
nificent building on -the -eintinent, l but
because it is the centre. of the law-mak
ing power. • .It the..,ppin : t at Which the
will of the, people find* the highest tx
pressioft. .Iti3 a natural : habit - to - watch
with a - jealous scrutiny, the ; conduct of
our Legislators, and see if the represett,
tqtivei of the
.popular will, are faithful
to the best interests of their constituents.
Fur the past ten years the • press of the
Republic has teemed with - account.a..of
ti.e corrnption in 'highs places, until the
disgraoefulposures of i fraud- 'arid ve,
nality have made the.masss of ,the people
almost doubt . if there was . such a-thing
as legislative or executive-integrity left in
the Capitol City. 1 . .-am riever tired 'of
lingering in these stately halli, of looking
over the beautiful city. and the broad' ex
panse of the -lovely PotoMac, .from pil
lared porticoes or glittering dOme ; fieVer
wary of examining the seeiningly ex
pauseless treasures of art. and., learning
.in our tloriolus Capitol. One
of the Most . interesting places of resort
is the gallery of the lionSe of Represen
tatives,• when some exciting debate is be
ing carried on. LA•us take a 'bird's - eye
view, of: son* of the .men , whom we l have
. eiected...to gOvern.us. l',
... . . I
. First we will obierve the gentl
who holds the most difficult .iiitl're
siblepositiiin in the House, l the *.)
el.'s chair. Michael C. Kerr Of Ind
fills that position as Ably as ilhhealtl
'Lilo*.. Lacking' the strong per
magnetism' by which Blaine and .1111
attract adherents; yet his political
tory.. has been one Of. such absol'
thwiipeachable integrity that his ele'
t ,- .) the Speakership' waSa hopeful in
him of the lately- r , wakened desir
honesty among party
leaders. ' fir.'
is rather . tall. and slen er in person,
light.brown hair and ivirig.kers, ant
tie appearance of confirmed invalid
Not withstanding the . fact' 'that he
forms his duties as presiding yfficir
apparati t physical suffering, yet lila 4
ions are given with' an impartiality
is never disputed. by partizan Or. oppii
At this writing -(speakfr. Kerr .j hats
obliged to leave his - e4ali, and:seek
ical aid. -- -. ' -"- -. • 0 '• ' •
S. S. Cox. of New Tork4lias'ibeen i
ed speaker pro .(ern by the *ant
vote of the Boise. ' He 'is a au
parliamentarian and :presides with
ily. However, be.. mpg- . distingu
himself as a debittOr.i. The mnine i .
gains the floor he COMMands undi
attention.: lit he Members . of the
iiititive body had taken a vow tie,
smile it would. be quite) inipoSsible
asst the brilliant . sallksLiof the'"liti
kt ..f th:. 11.01.1 , ze.." If. , thr •idialts i. i
ietile which he me_ rcilesSly
the ranks of, the enemy . are :. lippar
()lily glittering all diiarttilessjoiildes,
)et are effective as t he strokes -of . It-
111:tSCU$ blade.- ‘ . ..Stineritl Cox,.: (whit' t a ts
- "Sil!Ail i:i 0 1 ) ii . a-tall ; '-ii..o I- Made .inaty :
w ith ' hi; Lek . ' hair ,and - . di' Ik,'. ex pr4sive .
(''s; I hat. 64n.100k: very -eriOnely as well
as twinkr e with fun. : •His 'politica : :op,
vinents act(rthit..,hjT . .i . :4l diatehding t rtid ,. -.
iculons- bilifounity.-ts'.litiC . liii. kl.' , 'e,ti - tt .to
the SPPaliershiiee '...hiiii., ~ in. 1 the - 4 1 5e116 4 ":
of Mr. Kerr is proof positive'e fhe faiii..:
is t i
tv. of the .asserf.on.- - -iiro-tellAt-- - 'f -• the
Marines l'? ' Where .there are 130'' ''
E.C. FORDS/tiff. P.M.
mete vapid talkers, poor readers of poor
speeches, the gods •should ;be thankful
that there is one man, who has the wit
and the address to mingle spagkling epi
gratin with It gical and convincing argu
Party, lines, area not drawn as strictly
as they once - -Were ; the exigencies
,the times demand. that. Men and"
measures. shall receive: suppOrt, irrespec
tive 'of merely- - partition interests. 'Still
each party has `a rebagnized leader,.who
exerts considerable influenct.. in:direeting
and.. 7 pontrolting its :oper*tiOns. • Their
.object, is always - . to maintain harniony
among. their liollOwerS, by reconciling all
differefiCes, that arise for the - sake of
party success. - • : •
James. G. - Blaine,. of Maine, is,no* the
acknowledged. leader of: the, Republican
minority in the House. He is .n.large,
tine loOking:Man . ,..and.personallY popular
with -political friend's and' opponents.
Of..._Course lie his cast a longing eye -
toward the White 'House ;_ and two
months Since, his. prospects • for receiving
thanoinination, - at the' hands of the rad--
ical Republicans, were very. flattering in
deed. -The people were, to over
look.: his misfortune mixed up
with the Credit..Mobelier affair, • out of
Which he emerged witlf:sliglit. damaec to
hiB reptitation ; but. the' very qualities
ter t made him a popular party-leader,
hi ye defeated his . bopes'Of the Presiden
cy He is a . fluent oft-times. eloquent
- Bp•aker, but he teaks too much. • •
e . has yet to learn thSt "if speech
is silver, silencel-is gOlden."- It was a
br !lint feat for !him .to pitch into the
w ole . iouth- over Ben - Hill's - shoUlders,
b t it was scarcely a politic . thing to do.
Se tional strife must be forgotten in
:th s, Centennial year of American:liberty
.an e - ; fraternity. Our next. President will
be elected by the united people of the
-w1 tile country. ,
.4nel J. Randall,.of Pennsylvania, Is
the front rank of the Pernotracy in
Rouse. - He is a .mediumed' 'sized
n; with black hair and dark, sallow
. His beardless face makes
look much younger
,than be really
is. :He is ever alert, watchful
ci us of hiapiirposes.. The heayy.under
ja Aenotes a resolute wilt - and .the 'deep
se eyes glow •.with courage and deter
mination. 1 When s Mr. Randall Speakil he
is iure of . being listened - .to • attentively
.bOth.by imembers and . by . the- throngs
•who ' frequent . the- - galleries. • ..He - is
scarcely _an orator ;
.but. his utterances
seem well weighed,--and his logic con
vinces more than his rhetoric charms.—,
He has b 3 no means fallen into a chron ic habit of talking- at all times, upon . all
iniaginable . sUbjecta(the besetting Sin of
,but when -he does speak, it
is Ito !the purposP. •
faing by the bitter though whole
tetanus taught by years of defeat,
emoeratie majority in the Hume
?.presentatives, is more anxious to
ute, and carry ora l much needed re
than to distinguish itself by. glit
generalities. A long sufrering
e will welcome the lightening of
• risome taxation, more than the
brilliant success in debate.
! OYSTERS ! ! OYSTERS 11 !
Ity, 50 and 80 cents per quart, at the
' • KEYSTONE SALOON.
YE MX YEEILT, 1 say unto you: Go to the
keys one Saloon and get a good Oyster Stew.
, Dee. 29:1875.—tf.
Ladies,_ Mitres and Children's Calf, Peble
Goat and , Glove:Kid Shoes at. Auction, Friday.
Feb. 4th: See advertisement. Goods open for
H. ROSENTHAL, Practical. Auctioneer • will
. (upon aplication) attend to ell public Sides. in
the above capacity. 'Terms'reasonable. Satis
faction' warranted: Address or apply to H.
Rosenthal, care .of S. Pil'man & Co., Post's
building. Montrose, Pa.
MARBLE WORKS. •
The Tunklitionock .Mnrble Worlis'of..BUrnd
/t, White are doing 'a good business and are
getting out .some very :tasty joins of Head
ei t tones and • Monuments. .1 A. 8.. Burns, of the
Eagle" Drug Store,As their authorized - agent for
Montrose and. vicinity. He has designs of
Head..StoneS and Monuments. Any orders left
with him will be. promptly filled by, Burns
White. ._.. .
Tuekbanneek, Feb. '2, 1876tf.
: WE THINK that the people of. Montroie and
vicinity are finding ont,wbere the Most popu
lar Dry Goods House in Bing . . - amtun is located
for C. F. Sision & Co. - :inform us 'that their
trade; from_ this section, is very, large and con
iitab-tly increasing. In their stock may now be
tbund4v.,Jarge and 'carefully selected stock of
Dry. OOda, suitable to the Wants of everybody.
They, Make .a-- specialty 'of°Black Silks, Black
Cassitneres, Black Mehairs, Black Alpacas, and
the finer grades bf Dress Goods, 'and in thi4
line' are .pr4ared to give some decided bar
gains.: We suppose that
. 'nearly everyb.:dy is
aware that their store. !located - at 61 .Court.
Street, next to,:the-Canal. • . - .
Binghamton; - Sept. 22, 1675.
-Loox.l Look ! , - '
i 1 0118
•In -ntedicine_cinulity is • the firAt importance.
,ffurns . at: the Eagle Drug Store keeps con-.
stuntly on 110 d a full supply of French; ger.
man; English and American' Drugs; Medicines
and Cltemicals. Also 4 eboice selection.: of
toilet . urticlesi lout - fancy 0:00118. The birgiest
MA - hest stock of Pocket,. Books:
ii 4 -6 i
• Altintrn.se, Jan. 5,1E176.: • •
/111.15zD811,,L131 for ,A.itetion..Sales,-ete: - ,- printed
at tliel,DoloCtitAT Ofilett •In fX6I-elaSg style and
at reastniable prices. • • ,••• . ,
.. ,• . •
CiArIiVO.YANt EgMlililailiNS FA .+'E. - • - .., . •
... There. ;s iity.gahjeet acit requires - t4ii- 'finch.-
study and ex - p'ericrida-iii the treatment ot et ron
-I'.lo . diseiises. -. Tile' astonishing' .snceess : and -:- re
in ark ab le: curies , , tie riornle d hy . . Dr, .;. )3Utt - ern PM,
; . fire due to the gift. of- - elahlinyante,: ti) . 'the lif'(:-
1 jong - tnity::eit . tine congiittition• or man, - and the
l'euringoroisegiseirinn natural remedteit: ~. Cares
. 1 the:. Worst, forms of 601.011)4, etitarili, File; -Fe
male Wiiiiknetf,- A.Sflirna, - Icidacy',. oT:Mtulder
..Wiillie met t e . CatiertY: - HOuse; . !BingiiiiiiitOn.
Thursday, a# d. Friday, ' . - March, 10 and 17. - .
1 111 E ':DENOORAV,' -- MARCH . 1, ' 1576.-
To THE PUBLIC.--M a guarantee that Tay
lor's Family Medicines are the best in market
of their kind', and that the quality of the goods
shall hereafter be maintained, I would say to
all "If after using them you are not satisfied
you have received benefit in proportion to.the
price paid, return the empty bottle or package,,
and get your,money back, as i want no mares
money unless he is satisfied he haa received its
equivalent. ; Respectfully,
H. BROWNING TAYLOR; Prop'r.
October 6, 1875.
We have Just received a very large stock of
plain and .fancy envelopes, letter and note int
per; plain and fancy bill head papers, cards of
all sizes and colors, colored poster papers, etc..
all of which we - can afford to print cheaper
than any office in this or neighboring counties,
and in as good style. Work done in black and
colored inks. It you think there is any that
can beat us, gi% e us a trial, and we will show,
you what we can do. All kinds of blanks on
hand or printed to order,
CEPLATEST-NEWB 1N BINGFWMN.
The latest news in. Binghamton is that Hine.
& Sholes, of 59 Cohrt Street, haAjusrreceived
their third Fall and Winter stook of Dry 'Goods
which is now complete in all departments.—
The best Silk. The best Black Cashmeres.—
The best Alpaca. ,The best Merinos—Einprets
—Plaids of all. descriptions. The best Shawls,
Bid Gloves, Embroideries, Ribbons, Ties, &e.,
in fact everything , that is
_kept in a &S i t-class
Dry Goods Store at bottom figures. Another
ithportant item,whick if known may be essential
to the people of Montrose, New Milford and
surrounding country, that Geo. B. McCollum
and C. C. Faurot would be most happ.y, to see
all of their acquaintance .and show them the
bargains that Hine & Sholes are now prepared
to give. HINR & SHOLEB.
Binghamton, Dec. 1,-1875.
To' TM?, PEOPLE OF SIISQ'A. CO !
As:we expect to move in our new store April
Ist, and wish to reduce our stock as low as i.os
'sible we make to ion the extraordinary offer
namely : if you will cut this out, bring it to
our.store and buy $lO worth, or more, (at one
time) we will receive this notice as one dollar
cash, in buying a bill of. $lO or more. Remem
ber to cut this out and bring it with , you. The
following are some of our prices and we will
sell all our goods in proportion. All calicoes
warranted best •goods and fast colors at Ne.
Good yard wide 'factory cloth B%c per yard.
Better " " " 11 9 y ie ,
V er y - best " " , " 1,0% and 11s. '
Black Alpaca 25. 80 and 87c.
Men's Overcoats $5; so,and $7.
Men's Fdll Suits $B, $lO, and $l2. '
Come at once as we only hold this offer open
till April first. Bear in mind this is allowing
you 10 per cent. discount' in buyilig $lO, or in
plata words,,you get $lO worth of goods for
$9. ' • Respectfully,
• S. PILLMAN & Co.
.Montrose, March 1, 1876. (Cheap John.)
New York Produces Market:
Reporßeported Every Week Expressly for Tux MONTROSX
by Rhodes - Lb Server, Produce Commie.
slon Merchants. 26 Whitehall Street,f4 ew York.
.New York, Friday, Feb. 25, 1876.
Receipts last six days ...16,839.pkg5.
There is a fair movement in alt grades of. State
butter above common, and the market consid
ered to be in a good healthy condition. Real
ly fancy grades ere scarce and from certain re
tail dealers who insist on quality at whatever
cost, extreme prices ,art. readily obtainable.
State Dairies, fine, 32 et 33c
State Dairies, goOd to prime.... 27 60e
State Dairies, tiiirlto good 24 0 26c
State Firkins, choice, selected..3l ® 63c
State Firkins, gocil to prime.... 27 • 29c
State,Firkins, fair to g00d.....23 @ 26c
State Pails, daiFY, choice —c
State Pails,dairy,good to prime 26 @ 30c
State Pails,common to fair.... 22 -(4 24c
:Receipts last six days , 13,043 boxes. ,
A few shippers are in the market, but they are
very 'particular, and can only be induced to
buy when positive . bargains are offered. -
State Factory, fancy.... 133 14c-
State Factory. fine ... • 1134.0 13c
State - Factory. fair to good.. 9%®. ; 11.0%c
State Ditiriesfaiicy tullcrearnll3 , 66 1‘4.1c
State Dairies, fair to good 8326 ! - I0 %c
Receipts last - six days. ; 8,478 pkgs.
The_ speculative excitement noticed yesterday
has about subsided, and the market generally
presents rather a :quiet appearance.
State and Penn. 21 og 22c
There is a continued good demand ter-choice
turkeys, and prices are . -
-Turkeys, State prime, • 18 . . 0 19c
Turkeys, State, fair to good, —.A 0 . 17c '
Chickeng,Jersey,prinae...:.....lB 0 20c
Chickens, Jersey, lair to good: :16 0 18e - -
, Ducks, Jersey prime 22 •24" 23c.
Ducks,State and Western prime 19 gt 20c.
Geese, Jersey prime 12
Geese,State,and Western pritne 11 120
MEATS AND STOCK.
. The demand.. for calves is - less fictive and
prices a shadB eager. Pork, in' good :demand
Livti Slieep, weathers.
Live Calves, state mime. 930 10e ,
Hog Dressed Calves fine 12 @-'l2%e
DRIED . FRUITS.
Apples are only in .moderate request though
prices remain about the same..:,Peeled peadtes
in: light supply and firm.
State A: - pleS,qOartirs ..... .
Peeled, Peaches, Gft, tarty..
PeeledYeaehea, fair to good..' ,
Cherries, State. •• •
Early Rose, bn:lk, pet'
Prinee Alberts' : , bulk, per: bbl
Peerless„ bulk, per bbl . .
SILL TIT —I r Dimock , -Feb. 10, A
08 years. .
BROWN-1 - a Lenox, Feb. 23d,
aged 46. years.
Bttow s t--Iri Lenox, Feb. 15*,, ,,
of the late John Brown, age
DS/ r4W• - • . " in` Forest -;liake,.l
Graoger, wife of ,Salmon Br
_ , '
.12 lejt 13e
.20 C 9 22e
.27 @, 28e
.18'- Q 20e
...1 1201'2 `,
..1 00@,1 25
; 7501 00'
tut 4, aged
co. W. Drown
`eb. g2d, Arlet se.
disiJav, - ; aged 3&
i WC itxt..x..ft.Cii•NlSs
V.4.2TAUKEN—ItIX—Itt Brooklyn,; P:*.; Feb.' 28d,
_Rev. J.. '.:Weston, James A. Vanauken
and Emma Brooklyn.';
Surrn--TrNo ET—Att.,- the house of the
bikte's parents in r Unlock, Feb. 28d,
by, Eld. A. L Poit, Eugene B. Butith' and
Clara-Tingley, both of Dimock.
V/111 BUSHIRI--CARPENTER-1.4 Milord, at
'the residenc of Mr. E. N. Carpenter, on - the
28d inst., hi .Bey. A. Stiller, David! A. Van
IS.iskirk and Addie A Carpenter. , '
TIFFANY----V4AUKEN--At the house
Wide's fattier in Brooklyn, Pit., Frb. 28d, by.
Rev. J. H. -W eston, Ed •• I E. Tiffanys'ol
1:01mock, an( Emma L. Zu k daughter
of Isaac Val auken, , 64.
SALE: , OF
the Pumices. in
on the old Ch
prorty, to wit
Ode span of
12 choice Cows,
Wagbn. 2 Lamb
2 pair Bob bleb
Corn Sheller, Cr
farts ng utensels
quantity of Ray
quantity of Rye
I•otatocs. also h
tnre,l etc.. etc.
.d. having sold his farin, will tell on
zdyer Lake, 4 miles north of Montrose,
nange Turnpike, on THURSDAY,
at 9 o'clock ' , a. the following
areell years old, 1" two year old Colt,
16'Yearlings, 5 Shoats, 1 Democrat
• r Wagons. 1 light Buggy,' I•Cutter.
he, 1 Buckeye Mower, • Cutting Boz,
.es-cut Saw. Plows. Barrows;',.4.:hains.
, a iot of Dairy . fixtures and 'other
too numerous to mention, Also a
and Straw. 300 bushels of Oats. a
nd Buckwheat: •Corn in - ear, 150 bu.
la entire stock of llousehold Furni-
tune months' cr
Fe i . 9, '76.-3
of $5; and under, cash.; Over $5,
dit with interest add apprOved se-
M. C. BUTTON. Auctioneer.
, be undersigned will 'offer at public sale on
Sat relay; 310 ch 18, commencing at 10 o'clock
a ~ ~ the foi v/ lowing property, to wit : ',Nine
co .8, nine iv o year old% five yearlings, twen
ty-one good sheep, one, yearling-colt, pe nine
'yettir old 'mare about 300 bushels of oats, Also a
quntity of hay in the barn, two nice shoats,
on sow with pigs, poultry, etc. Also one,
ing Machine, one Ithaca horse rake with
walc)) cast ,6o er attached, one platform spring
n, one 1 tuber wagon, one single buggy,
one single h rness, one double harness, one
corsheller, o' e horse fork, one cultivator, two
plows, One con plow„one thirty-tooth harrow,
one pair bob sleighs, one, bob sled iron shod,
one grindstone, two farm - bars, one of them
cast-steel, hadd rakes and forks, dairy: fixtures,
such as pans, pails. cog churn, &c.,&c. A. gen
eral assoriment of farming, tools too numerous
to mention. Some fifty bushels of 'potatoes
raised from imported seed.
creEitßwltt - All
approved sec ov u " rit t" y s ;an n d in l e desire no
bid from tho A who cannot give undoubted se
cutlty ; $5 and under, cash down. '
* a Suit° , Ai/chanter. - - 1
Fo*est Lakel - Feb. /,3 I 1876 pd. ; .
a ORREC lON ! - ; '
Rumor has it hat having been elected Cotinty Treas-,,
urer for the ens .Ing three year*. I am to discontinue mf
Inference busines. Said RUMOR is UNTRUE, and
without founda e t c on, and while: thanking you for kind
ness, and uppr Tat on of "geed Insurance in the pakt, I
askia continnan e of yonr pstron4e, promising that all
business eutrus ed to me shall be promptly attended to.
MyCompanies re all round and reliable, asill can tes
tify who have et with losses during the peat ten years
at my Agescy. Read the List i • '
North British a CI Mercantile, Capital, 810,000,000
Queens of London. I : . " : 1 i 2.000,1 1 00
Old Franklin. Philndelphia,srets, : 8,600,000
Old Continentalj, N. Y., " nearly } 8,000.000
Old Phoenix of !Hartford, • 6 • • ! 2.000.000
Old Hanover. N. Y., •• " , 1,600.000
Old Farmers. York. " . 6 ; 1.011,000
Ualsb represent the new Tedr. Mutual Lire Ins ranee
of over 80 vearslstauding. sad sleets over 039.000,300.
Alio, the Masonic Mutual lieneAt Association of Penn .
spirant*. 1 : -,e - -3..•
Get m Aecideuial Policy ceverinig all accident*,
In the Bartierd Accident Ilia: Co Policies wriWn
from one day to eels year. . Only 115 cents ;for a $B.OOO
Policy. Please call it send word, when you:take a trip.
Very respeetfal y. :
I - lIIINZY C.' TYLER. •
:: ontrose, Ps , Jan. It, 11/70.--tf
Real Estate for Sale.
Farm For Sale.
ek subscriber offers for Pale the valuable farm,
as the •
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la 1.11.23:11:33. eons .P.letcip
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i..za d farta, is one of the most desirable firma tr. the
cohnty, and is hemstilnlly situntect in .the -Village os
Squat:rev:lle.; Sasquehanna -county, -Pa. ; there is a
gobs' store, flouring mill, saw mill. piaster mill. and
bbicksmith and wavon shop in. said village. The firm
1.4 ;situated-directly on the . D., L. ik, W. IL-f., one mile
and. a hall' from the depot . at New Milford.. and ions
mites from the depot at Great Bend N.Y..16 Brie R. R..
coistains. 190 acres of land, 180 acres ImprOVed. is wel;
watered, Mtving a lasting stream cs& , water running
through it and water conveyed in pipes tb the house.
barn and cattle yards, it is Well fenced,i, and under
mild eultivation ; It is wll adapted to growing grain,
and is fitted for'stock or airying ; there IA a large and
coliven Sent dwelling and voted house, well Painted, and
beentifsil lawn, with shr bbery. a large horse berm car
riage house cattle barn, ith two cattle yards and sheds
untilitubjes far feeding st kor stallintr cows, and two
orehards of graftea trult_. Terms of payment made
ea.o9 . I -, R.. L.. SUTPHIN. 'I
i ,1 • - - I i New Milford,Snq'a, Co.
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September - 29,1875.=-4M _; ' Pa.
MINITR I Ar
virtue . of on order t 4 the Orphan's Cciart of gas
, nna County, the undersigned adminlettator of
tate of -Tauten Johrison, late of Ifsrford township
will expose to public side on the premises, on
Thursday,, March 23d11 1976
o'clock, a. tu.,"the following described reakestate
to wit : ' I
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Ho ndcd on the north by lands. o 4 H. W. Wilmartit,
ort tl e east by lands of J. A. Sophia, on the tenth by
land of Oliver Payne. on the wed bYPubile highway.
with the appurtenances, a house and shop.,
AltO—One other . lot bounded on the east by public
high ay. on the south 1 and , west by lards of H. M.
jooeit. on toe '.orth by 'lends of W. E. Barnard; con
tainilue, about 10 rO,lB of land. ! -
F A RMS': - $25 on day of pale. One thud of balance
oh Ilnal cobfirmation, and the balance in one year with
metiest nom fi nal confirmation. • ,
I I ' , D. M. Fikaristi, Adm'i.
li'e!). 23,1870. • , '
. ' ow 'l3iikle :. 1 , ‘,
i.. , oninicriber °trent' hie farm tor pate, in Silver Lake
Towrohip. containing FAG ITY ACR D, one !lair im
ploded. , ,' . . Fur partienia_re,.adOrota
THOMAS • EiveiLISII,
eb. 9. 11346.-3 W , . '• : ' 1
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1101J$10 AND LOT FOR SALE.
;Shin( ell in tile Borough at Montrone . IA toffry des
trilbieproperty. rine. large tionee,'good Barn. Garden
Fruit Truce, in. bearintr, i good well. an other eon.
v4nicncice. For particulate, enquire on tle premises.
, A ~ - • ' ' Whl. O. 11. 'MEL
`October 6 ... 14 167 -, ' , ' entrpffe Pa.
iThe subeertber offera hfs firm for salg,,oltuate in
tr' rcat Lake, corttlitoipis Ogres 50 imported:. WH
k op twelve tows, air leteaTi; - Mill watored, 1:4 kiwi
0 000d:grain farm, i . 106-11. oleo young orekont, Termr
'win be made way. For further puticulara'enqulro or
aiOrrea, - AARON REYNOLDS,
or. S,‘ EV ROGEMS,
Iffeb; lfi, 111,-41
'OR'S SALE OF
Iron Hardware etc.
1111 7 DEN & CIEMEATi,
STOVES, TIN, COPPER & SHEET
IRON WARES, HOUSE FURN
f ISHING GOODS, AND BUILD.
ERS HARDWARE, &O.
BLANCHARD, BARTLET. do .00,,
SASH, BLINDS, DOORS, WIN—
'DOWS, CORNICE *camp
' INGS, , &C., - •
which we Will sell at Blanchard, Bartlet & COI. pet ci
NAILS, SCREWS, LATCHES, Burl
SASH. AND BLIND FASTEN-4
ERS AND HINGES, HOES,
- FORK SHOVELS, RAKES,
! WIRE GOODS, &C.
Special inducements on Coaled' and all
RON CLAD, FIRST PREMIUM,
VOHN HAYDEN,' GeUerta Agent.)
OTSEGO COUNTY LUMBER, PLAT
FORM. SPRING AND BUG
GY WAGGONS. •
Unsurpassed for Style :and Dilrability,
We base recently aided to our selection of 'l3tOvoi
THE CIENTENNt&L COOK,
made by Rathbone. SRA & Co:. Albany N. Y.. itni tbe
Amend Base Burning Parlor Stove, and Cunard Cook
Stoves. mitinfacturedby Perry & Co., Alban, N.Y. We
also keep the celebrated
DIAMOND BASE BIJRNINO AND
FEARLESS COOKING STOVES.
Raittbone, Jewett Ransom, Ranee, with Copper
Reservors and Nickie Mountings of the test improved
patterns. Repairing promptly' dote sad orders fur
jobbing solicited. •
HATOIN i cuatarcrts.
New Milford, May 12th. 1875.—tf.
Why the Flowers Bloom in.Wlnter !
Are you aware that you can obttiri 13ntamer heat W I ,
Janutryt That'-yon eau, impart balmy air •to i Enr
families ? that you can give spontaneous gro to
lilants and Flower., and that you can make It a
ttle paradise by_pnrchasiag one of B. C. SaYre's trot-
Air Furnaces ? These Furnaces are now constructed
with VAPOR PAN by which the atmosphere is tem
pered to that resembling Summer heat.
No more CrackillE of Forllihrt
NO MORE DRY HUSKY HEAL
And the time has come when eenrinalutiara may re
joice in coal fires. These furnaces are - sold entirely np
on their own merits, aed are now the leading Puma'ce
in this part 'of the conntry - All Furnaces are wart ant
ed to give entire satisfaction or no sale.
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• I keep competent men on the'road wbo are well ac
quainted with the Furnace business and they are con
stantly putting up these tonrnaces. Their work is war
ranted to please. These Furnaces are now scattered in
the following towns and , citiea:
Binghamton, Scranton, Providence. Wilkes Borre.
itiugaton, Plystdn, Elmira, Waverly, Wilhamsport
Great Bend, Suyiniehmna Depot, Liatico• k.
Downsville. Andes-. Alnigaretville, Franklin.. Unililia,
Owego, Nor.litimberland, and many other towns.
Any person wishing a recommendation front AMY nPo
living in tne above named placers, I will gladly core.
pond with them. giving names ,of parties ' now , using
these Furnaces. . . .
Montrovo, December 22d * 1875.-Bm.
K-.- A: :. ,- Lyon, - Dvugglst,
pure Drags.Medicines 4 Chemicals Dy e Woods, Dire
Stuffs, Paiute, 0116. Virnirties.
Toilet Stapas Brushos,Violina and Vinlin Strings,
Yankee Notions, Fancy Goode.-
Cigars, Tobacco. Tab le euttlery, Fino Solid. alive*,
spoons. Plated Spoons, Itrives and Forks, Guns, Pie
tots. Atuunition, Shoulder Braces. Trusses, Medical •
Instraments. Dental Materials. LAMM' and • 'Lamp
Chimneys, Teas,Spices; Bakittg Powder, Sea lifts
Patine, t:lelatine,Taplora. ete,, ctc. •
'Those wbowieblo buy Paints and Oils, would dowel
to examine our Shick of White lead. Virblto ZIE I and
Mixed Chemical ndats, before 'burchatilug
All Wads of colored paintit in'esivii of frOm 01141-10 t h e
pontidg each, au hand, - .
litantroaci Feb. 2, 1870. * '
FAGS & nUTTEItr
wi►ntod." Itighbei cast; price wi1!: be
T. B. VaikkßOßO/Pri
Rash, Joan 19,1440,-4:w.
B. O. SAYRE,
Deslei in all kinds of
Dalvia PalkAte'for Invallds.