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Reform Sparks from "rilden. 1
We tick every' hom-t, reiitl.file•
f o llowing. It will
that Govern . or Tilden ! - las n it pet Written.
his letter of
0 1 10 '0E. will sllow th9.peOple t
form Tkniocritt ho.a . to .say 41.4 whiitll l lB .
a szert ion's are
G F.*:E4 1,.- tXtjLEßN4 l o ) l: l ,47*Gtlgli;t:;':
earliest, convenience Prepare and transmit
to you a . formal acceptance. of : the itotn - - -
'inatton which you now. tender - to tne In
behalf of the 'Pen te;ratic Natrona l,(;urit
S : do poi - :destt'O, l •
elision to anticipate any which'
m o t , b e appropriate to' that curninithic4-
% haivever,: he perniittedLto_
T ue to 'say that.my nomination Was not.a . '
mere persomil preference.- hetWeen
z:us and statesmen -; , .:republic who
thsiinguished an honor, and for so - august
a duty. It waeiaihei .cleolaration
that august body ju whose behalf you;
speak in tavor of
,adminiStrati . ye‘ reform; . 1
w it which e Fen 4. l,4l:::assnetated tile' ill'
the pnblie mind. The strength the un , ••
irerrnty,.atiti , the'ellleiencY Of the\deniand
fir adniiiiistrarlve reforni in 'all, govern
don of the. Federal G-overnment, with ,
w hich the. DAnocratie masses everywhere
were instinct, have -jedl6 a terie,kof snr 7
prises in the. - popular:. - asserriblakes,: .and.
perhaps in the - c-nrentnAi itsdf. , lt
would' be unnatural, gentlemen,
popular.' inovetfien t,:_so genuine,-and - -,so
potceritii, should - stop" . with . 3,500,000
Denwerati ; that a should not extend by
contagion to that large Mass of itidepen
4ent vot .rs who stand between.parties
our 'con try.;'.-and e'en .to a . ',,moderate
pot:tiou of .the, partY,under, who eladmin
ts;rasiuu the evils to be, ecirreot,ed- have
grown up. And,: . perhaps, - .in' . what we
have witnessed 'there, may, be - an augury
in - respect to what we may Witness in the,
,I,ction about to take plaCe tiqoughout
our country; at least let US hope-so and.
believe so.' .
I am not without experience of tto
ficulty and the'labcr. of- effecting adOn
ktrative.iefotm, wherili requires , a rev
olution in policies and imeasures lOng
established in gOvernment.l If I were to
judgt! in this-year and a half in which I
hare been 'in the State,; Government,
•khould say that the routine'd.utieS of 'the
trust I have:. had imposed on me are
small btirdeUcoMpared with thatoreated
by the attempt to change the goVernrrien t
of which' I am the executive :head.
ptt ally is this so 'where •the reforM is to
bt woiked out with rnmie or less of the
co.operation Of putilie'offthers who either
have been tainted with the'evils . to be' re-
Arrssed or who have been ine.tpaeitated
by habit or toleration of the wrongs to be
. corrected to which they h i ave been don!,
eetkuog , .witnesseS.. therefore; if your chioci! 'should •be ratified', 'by the p'eonle
at the election, should enter upon the
great: duties which would fall upon me
01- as a holiday
, : repreation, - .very,
nia,ph in that spirit of consecration, in
iviiich the soldier enterS, ha't'e. - [Ap 7 .
plzsus-.] But .let us beiiev, ai Ido be
flew, that we now see the dawn of a
better day tot.mir . 'country, and 'that
as 'is-,the 'work Ito ;which
'Democratic party •with many of the
former. members of other puma has ad
dr4•ed itself, the Republic is yet to be
renovated to live in all thei future, and,
to he. transmitted to : future generatOni
as Jefferson contributed. to , form it
his. clay, and in which it'has been 'ever
since, until a reeent:perioiqa bleping
ilk , whole people. [Applause)] IGentle.
men, I thank jrciu . for tie :'wiry kind'
tqlus 'in which yon have made, fOur
cinitimuication and I extend to yott col-
Irctivelk and individually a most cordial
Another Account of COnter's
DETnorr, Mich , July 13.—Lieuten ant
Carland, of companyß, Sixth in
fantry, with Gen.' Gibbo 's coMmand,-
writes as follows concernin the slaught- .
er of the Seventh caialry and General
Custer. The letter is dated Month of
Little Horn river, June 2,9, end pro
e ells as follows :
At the mouth of the.: Rosebud.. on the
2 2u of June was struck- - a ilitrge . iiidiati
tail leading up the
Glieral Custer from'there took 'coniniand
'f the twelve companies of cavalry; alid•
' , tith e d on after the Sioux. ; He fol\lovied
thew to the foot of the MOniitainS, and
fanial by scouting ::the valley: -that- 'ilisiy
w f..re-eocaLnned on. a branch . of the. Lit
tie liorn. .This was - on tbe..:niot.pf ;01i . .
' 4l - 11 . On the.2sth he:"took: . flie COMptiti
'"::l,ql followed .the.stream dOwn -.one
6 . 1, , while. Major Reno with .seven . .:Coiiv
Vinue b. went down on the other.:. Major
lkio wag to- attack..,the enem in-•.".the
t-4r while Cheer ' fought _them
. . y-
TioB would have.• . ivorkett'.all right, - ..7 - is
P(,:tio had got in their „rear ;, but:Gelgcal
,iitzter,- marching •=:''dOwn *on • the , other
iitle. saw what he supposed .wiak , the front
01 tile campandf Made ii,charge on them,
the Indians gave way.' - letting.' himii,iiit
iti the gap,: .- -I
lhe brave man rode in with. his 300
, tne " and would have killed the whole -
.(100 Bioux, I believe, if there had heen
' .. : .
i, 'Holly behind. him. :But . ririSti;id `:of
'""rging the - front' lie. %vita right .iii:.t . he
(~ . 1; t 1'.2 of bet weeil .. 3;ooo and 4.000 siiin*.
l),,se that !ere' behind him; kept; : don.;
ciiled utitille Wi
:" s right 'in their:pii4Eit,.
1 t hen, when i.t- was too .late,'„ (!, ,. :TiioP
„ 'old dash - , trying th cut 0440' h't 1 02!"'::
1)11 t , the enemy *as„ too' manY '''fici ' le4
about the. first 00, and the -Ifots6§
.µt; thau tt tOkes
The' . ,
.Sioux theii.. turned w.t,t.h all their .
;force ufain ..44jOr - Reno., r He charged
themwith 'One company and . returned
with -Ottly,.tleveo - Men. THe then retreat
.short'..diStanc, „placing ,:li•is..menr,ou
:4 lil.tiff. , . -.,... iti..lipt ;themCif -iintilttie night
ot.'the'29th, • •hig nien.: . .golng:Wit.b.oup[-Wit- - .,
te,rA Or ty-eig h i - r . 'ihO'tl4'ii: - . 'lle •-•Wai - •relieVred
by Generals TerrY and r Gibb , in who'eaw,
the...moke. frotp - Where they were on the
Little Horn, and,lthinkine it a- signal of
the. Sioux, marched- that w
time to Save-the last handful of ,toe .:Sev .
lentil . `cavalry. ' . Out - of , the r whole .reki . ..' ,
went only 4748- !min -are left; and forty of
them are kladly:w ? ,oune.ed. It Makes one
elieittrstOle•to . loti l k lover the battle ground
.and- see . thii- poor- I fellov4's, - some of them
with.,.their, enti ids . cut
,out others ;
`their eyesdug . ut.,and :hearts laid .iterifss
their . face, . Th e y even stopped to - . cut
their pockets. to" get, their
watches. , 'The .l most. fearful sight . was
Golonei Cook. - IHe was a splended look.;
ibg , , man ititn - lone - dark_wh!skers., ~..They
dtig- hilt fide — tilt out - SO as' to get iiii3:fine
beard,.it..iapppOed-! :-Thity did pot dis
flg.ure General Cusferin ,any way but
liis. :brother LTotit -.Custer - was,, opened
and. : heart ' tltiken 04.-, . . r . :-r- -..:,
We estimate the loss .of the enemy, at
500,'-though it i• • naril -to tell how many
. were killed, as t e• .carried, most of them .
away. . Some of d
, o4rs - claiti- that Sitting
'Bull was killed a4 !leis known by some,
and an Indian angwering. his disCription
was found .deadi bti t• no doubt this is false,
as they would have tried to carry him
along. • • ' H r- -- r • .
General Nev... and the remaining •offl-
Cers are- feeling :ery badly. I . was 'stud
ing by General- luster . when General
„err,: Caine up ''arid; ashe looked down
upon the noble 4e l aeral the tears coursed
.down his face al he said: ~ • . •, ‘•
"The flower if! . the '. army is gone at
last." • .. -• i
Carter was su , , posed . to be the fi! - .4t one
who died but h o ugh he fell first we
found se*entee.. Iciirtrige: sheik: by -his
side, where 11elha l ek. - ept-\theni off until
the last moment. -.!:There can nQ blame
be attached :'to 10 one for fearful
slaughter.' If Cu 4 ster had'; `had the whole
regiment itlyouldionly have been worse,
.the Sioux Nqre to. many: Of course
there will be snm 7 t . • blamer by eastern pa.;
pers;but as Witnei of 'the. whole
tattle I cannot censure any of e
There is one. poor : Crow. Indian on the
boat who- has fl.Ve: shots through 'him;
yet he is happy because he has nine
scalps at his side. This is a true state.
ment of . , Gen. Ouster's brae 'charge.
These Sioux were all. from., some 'agency
as ye found 'Camp equipme.nek that had
never been tis4;'als.i blankets that_ were
new and branded! ‘. - U. S. Indian depart
Th . , re is .verys' little 'More to say; and
As the scout '.starts for - Lincoln with the
mail in a few moments, I will close.
rlst.Frout :the Outrage' Mill,
A - -;orrespondent of • the Ne ir York
World, writing from Memphis, Tennessee
under date of Jiily 13, - says twti.days ago
* Warrant Was 1 issued • for the . arrest of
"Fiances Thompson;" Memory a' witness
,beforaa cOngreisiohal' in vestigating coin- .
mittee and more-lately the most iiifamous
procuress L in Keihpnizz. .1)r, . J. •. if,
Nuttal - ' swell known MemphiSphysician.
having beer in ' SOme. way- advised that
there was suspicion iis i to - • the true sexiof
this - vile creaturesslit. :ova- , i• Su in mooed. be
'fore the reeorderwho drOted an investi
gation •hrfour - Of: • the' WWI.. prominent
:phyStaistiS,cati*into court and testified
that this pseudo ',. woman is really a mail
and in not respect ..a woman, The court
then i ininos.4l al fine upon "Francis.
Thompson. - ' ice default of, which AIR. - (,.e)
Was„takeh with the .chain - -gang, to the
city r,tkpile,' atter having been fist strip-.
pal of . female attire \ - and :endued • in the
garb: - appropriate .to her - (his) real - sex.
She (he)-attraco-, d do much attention in
public that she, (he) had' to be recommit.
,her ,(tire) Such is . the. characH•
,ter of the- witness,. on whose- testimony
and,thnt of a riegrO 'named , Luoy Smith,
WhO-Ilodgen,and',Blept in; the - same bf.d
witw - :"Frances! - Thothrson," . 11eSsrs.
`Wash bu rue ,; tth , Broomall republican
members of. a congressional invtstigating
committee to enquire - into tertain'allezed'
erio.ous -- prOceedings in the ci y of Mem
phis, in the \ year 1866, - made.. report
_ that "thecer4itititig acts of atrocity sad
ofdiabolism - comen i tted' \
_ n tvere- : , the ravishing
Of dva,COleredltvethen.'. ', 4 lii.e rape of
Vratidets - Thiimp*on,'' Messti: . Wailibu . rhe
.13 - thotnall'go:oni to : say,- "is . 911 to ;which referefices .hera - -- niude.". .;;Afrer stating
ilecordink t6.o4 4 iAt i fitillight (4 f- "Frances:
'Thompson,'' Witt . .seven ' men, who had'
`policemen's stars' on their breasts - and
who were "all rishmen," had on a cer
taiii-hight-entead the house of the said
,Franca ,ThoMpsori," Messrs. 'Wash
-butte and -- TrOdintill',,declara -- that "the.
, womair,- FranceS - Thompson, .. was . theh
violated byTfourof f thel_ men, and st - Lybad-.
Ay beaten'and bruised that 'She Jiy . in 'bed
for three days."-' ; op. testimony of "Fran-.
ces Thoiiipson/1 On which :Messrs.' Wash`
burne.464 Broomall base their 'statemen is
:.inity- be fiitind, on pages 196 and'l97 of
their repert. - , . i
.' . .
.', .'Tils.'l , h evi4e.p . ce 9 . 1 Oisriurjured ne
gio.ichiihdrehlre,ised • iii : woman's cloth
ing was . made the . .thread . .of. a -horrible
. iarratiVe,iiiitheiiifjoAted by the signatnres - ,
• Of 6voletiding j !repnbliean; members:of '
Coin gross;': prititeo, iit, ' the • govern men t - ex-' I
~tien se::and sent ;t_O:i.hy, - ,;;Ions . ,throngligh.O: I
.hkail,iiiiilef they Ain existing franking .
privileges. - Th- vile tibrieiktion -liat'tted''.
. 1 / 4 ; •.
-its' purpose. But the people 'against
t'ho'se good name. it Was directed have
lived down the ; base caluniny
now, their turn to laugh. Probabiy there
are two men wi l t,' by this time ar, fully
itnpteils..d with '.the - ,trtith of = the iiduge
'that - •`he ;laughs best who. 'aughs bist,'•
and those cwo are B. Washburne,
Mtnister to France, and the Epti;John .
M. Kruothall. of Delaware county, Penn
87Ivama. Republican .meinhers :of. ;Coin. and Republican newspapars 'at pres
ent engaged - in grinding out a new grist
from the "outi age. Mill" may_ profit by
.J u i .y .1.3.,-4k, two..
o'ciock to=day three iirothera,named :Fit:-
horn, who have, heen . .,knOWn.ao desper
ate itharp.c.,ters,for 'years ,were
. arrestecL by
OHO officers disorderlY condant.
()gibers :Dickerson and .Eisdenlittempted
to march theni Oft the men drew revol
vers• and shot tisden' 'dead ai.d fatally .
wounded 'Dickerson., Escaping from the
crowd the desperadoes' ran up the street
j to J. XV: Dawson's tannery indtiver street
vyliere they fortnerly Worked. -- Th're they
called for Mr.. Meyer,. the foreMaO who
had. discharged them,: but not. Anding
him they commenced an indnieriiiiinate
firing on the shop, which resulted:in the'
killing 'of ;Olin iAlbu!.t; the:assiStaiit : fore,
Man, and the wounding Of Workrnen.
The employes : - of the. Shop:turned Out
en masse and chagentlie 'murderers *to=
wards the river. Li tie, pursuit the work
men used stones and knives, striking the
inurdererSseVeral times before they reach
ed river. The . latter, escaped into
the water and attempted to esCiiped
across the river, but were stoned to . death
by the outraged' workmen: The wound
ed were taken to Sr. Nicholas hospital.
One of them,'; named Fisher, is dead.
Dickerson Will - not : recover and. the other
men are ilia orecatious state. Albus and
Elden leave futilities. The murderers as
far as known were unmarried.
•The body.of, 'One of, the Fichorns has
been recovered from the river. It shoWs
marks of had cutting .about the wrists.
Men are now engaged dragging 'for. the',
others. The shooting had no .connec
tie,'" with' the recent. labor troubles 11 , ?re:
The murderers Were despetate charaCters.
and they shot innocent men out of 'mere
deviltry. Policenian Dickerson died of
his injurierat - o'clock.' He was one
of the colored men on. the force. The
' number seven, policemen
Elsden and' Dickerson,. the three Ficliorns
Alhus and a workman. 'The most intense
excit..ment proailS in the city, and the
summary actiorvol the
. workmen is gen
Ai AMTOOD HOW LOST, .HOW
RESTORED I .
Jtt 'published, a new edition of Culver
Celebrated Essay on the radical cure
(without medicine) of Spermatorrhoea or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impoten
cy, Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impediments to
Marriage, etc. ; also,roaepalption, Epilep4y am:Hilts,
indnced hyseltindnlgence or sexual extravagance, tc.
Or Price.'in a sealed envelope, only six cents.
The celebrated author, in this admirable essay, clear
ly demonstrates: from a thirty years' successful prne;
tice, that the alarming cduaequencee of self-abuse may
lie radically cured without the dangerous \ use of intern
'al medicine or the aPplication of the knife ; pointing
ont.a mode of cure at, once simple. certain. and effectu
al, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what
his condition may be, may - cure - himself 'cheaply, pri
vately. and radically, . ,
"This Lecture Should be %in the hands of -every
youth and every man in the land •
.--- - Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address,
postpaid, on receipt Of six cents or two post stamps.
Address the Publishers, :' . . - .- •
F. Brugman & Son,
41 Ann St., New York ; Post Office Box, 4586.
111QP EPORT. OF THE' AUDITORS OF.
1.13 Lenox Township, Sucq'fi co., Pa., in the account
of thc Supervisors and Poor Masters of said Township
for the year ending June sth, 1876.
Amount of tax.levied for poor.purpote% $1,217 90
' " " township and bridges pm 41
Paid A Churchill fee Col the zume
4 per cent • $ B4 77
ExonerAtiotis 11 84
Paid into the Treai;nry hy A Churchill 2,034 70
Bail in Treasury Jun - it 7th. 1875 - 1.11 -
Paid in by A Churchill, Col . .• 2 034 10.
Collected from Abington.... •6028
.• Gorman estate , 25 00'
" 'toad tries paid .to Treas.... '33 50
Paid for the snpport of the poor 954 65
. bridges and plank for sluices.. 749 62
" Black & Clan rwater for damage. ...... 7300
el WI/COX & Pratt for plows' and Scrapers 44 78
i• Supervisors- 18
•I • Poor Matters - •-,\ 88 00
to Tovrn .. I' •28 50
We, the Andit,ors of Lenox township, having exam-\
fined the above accounts lino them correct.
WM MILLER, \
D 8 MILLER,. ;auditors,
P H BELL,
Lenox, July 12,1876w2.
NNTJA L . STATEMENT ''OF T I LE
,Auctitors of Clloconut •Township. ,
- SCHOOL 1 1 11 Np. `; • • ,
Cash on hand last yenr...: .. 4 $ 98 66
Whole amount of duplicate... 4 . • • 715 97
State appropriation 129 27
Orders paid. .. . ....... ....$776 74. •
1 reasurer's percentage • .. .. ....... 16 1
Rzonerationa .. 22 45 • •
Collector's percentage ' . •84 68
Sal in Treattnrei's hands 93 88
Tcrwiu ,TAX. •
Amount or duplicate_ • ow 77
li:zonbrations ... ' 250
Collector'- peregnta e............ •.. 28 41
Orders paid- 416 71
Ia Collector?s bands after deducting
centage ' .. t l2l 04
Treasurer's percentage , 850
In Tres snrer's t .. . . ... ... 12 61 •
Bat in Treasurer's hands.. - 25
Duplicate - : : 63 50
Collector's percentage .... . 3;+
Paid orders. 59 21
' , Amount et duplicate • • .43 90
Exoneration% . 190 :
Collector's - 19,E
In Collector's hands 8 (.0
Treasurer's percentage ' • - 74 -I -
Paid orders ..... .... . 80 lit
• - JOHN DOYLE,'
ht J DONNELLY, Auditor*.
- . -
Chocotint. July.l2 - • • • . H -
Bflilerd c•uttit.ior 'sale cheap liswo witkihe
necessary Aituieg. liOtiresB, :
May 84,18765(. ' •-• 14046 'oefpg-•
TEW - , •
NEW 'GOODS • ---
••, - . 1 . •••
, ‘., • ••f• - • •
• • - -NEW PRICES,
. • •• • '•••• - •
L & o-
Cook Stoves Banges s , Heat-
Is the name kif a new Cook Stove; • just wit; contalab3g
a new principlo in baking, , and is destined to make,. a
revolution in the construction of Cook Stoves. Come
in and see it.
Aa a heating stove stands without a rival, in beauty,
durability and economy. Come and, sathsty yourself,'
and get names of partieii now using them.
• r • TINWARE.
We take speeial •pleasure offering to the Wholesale'
and Retail Trade, our desirable supply of Tinware. We
nee none but the best of charcOal plates. -
OUR WORKMEN ARE EXPERIENCED !
LOUR STYLES Alit FAULTLESS
!•,, GOODS ARE !WARRANTED!
And we defy any to proaude better goods kr less
money. I •
7 .---- ! -- .
LAMPS. - • • '
.. , _
A full line 01l Lampe of beautiful deaign. Also Chink
neye of every description: , - , • . -
Flower JarsL:Baoglog Pots, . Churns, Butter Jars,
Preserve Jars, 'Jugs,' btove Tubes; &c.
Butts and Screws, Locks and Knobs. Latches. Catches,
Doors. Sash,', Blinds. Gates. Building Paper, White
Lead, Zinc. Oils. Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Spirits of
Turpentine, taint cf any shade desired.lj Also colors
for mixing paint.
A full assortment or Phlladel'lla Carriage Bolts, and a
fall line of Iron Ax:tis, Bar iron, Horse shoes, Nails,
We purchase In Car-load lots; ; therefore can sell to the
trade in less quantities as cheap as any house in the
city. • •
Wx. H. BOYD', j CORWIN, j J. R. COOPY.
r(ontrose, *arch 15, 1876. •
PIKE, L AND, ACCIDENT
Csipnal Atepresentit . d4 $100,000,000
1 ' FIRE . _,
Fire Association of Phil., Capital & Assets, $ 3,500,00(
Insurance CO: of N. A., Phil., " " 5,000;000
Pennsylvinia Fire„ Phil., 1 " di 1 11 100 ,1 000
Ins. Co. of Pa., Phila., ' 1 " " 700,U00
Lycoming of: Manficy, Pa. ' " ' " 6,000"0
Lancaster (if Lancaster, -" " 40000
IN ewtou of Newton, it 44 150,000
Home fns. Co., N. Y., " " ' 6,000,000
National r .• • SI " 450,000
Co i mercialiFire " " '' 450,000
Fairticld Fire Ins. Co. South
Norwalk, Conn. di
Atlas , -1, " Si
Royal Canadian, of Montreal,
Canada; . ..
Liverpool, LOntlon I Globe,
of Liverpool Eng., * 1
Providence ;"Wash ington, 'of
ProVidence, R. 1., "
Tradelne. Co. Camden, N, J. "
Patterson Imre Ins Co. Patter
• son, N. J. . 44
-Railway Pas •
.. . . .
Theundersignedhasbeen wleiknown in tbiscOrknty;fot
thepast 20 yeSrs, as an Insurance Agent. - Losses stis
tained by his Comnainies tiave always been promptly ,
paid. i 1 '
Ei'Office up stairs, in building east from Banking
Office el WM. R. Cooper &Co.. Turnpike street'.
BILLINGS 'STROUD, Agent;
CHARLES H. SMITH, I. mi ce m anf i g i ms •
AMOS NICHOLS, . , ~
H. .3EIT? rt.ll.3E9riri .
Would call attention i!) We New Stock of
FALL AND , WINTER GOODS 1 .
. 'Now on Bole, In new.
Dm= lt SOO D
LADIES'.`: DRESS GOODS, BLACK`
AND COLORED ALPACAS,
NEW, STYLE OF . PRINTS,
SHAWLS, WATER-PROOFS, FLAN
NELS, BALMORAL, AND HOOP
SIKIRTS, VELVETS, HOSIERY,
HEAVY *WOOL GOODS, CARPETS,
CLOTHBRAPER HANGINGS, BUPFA
LO AND LAP ROBES, FURS, HATS .
AND CAPS; BOOTS AND 8110E8, -
, . STEEL, STOVES Ann .
' GROCERIES, ETC. iu
grent vatii - 4, and - will be 13old - on the moat
favorable terms, and loVmst prices.
_ - I H. BURRITT:
Ewe LOT OF
(SLCCEBBUS TO itoiD ,). '
G4 I .2VERAL
351i.E'cbxl.t3r c•IN a a Malik'
1414 Ins. C0.,1 Assetts 540,000,000
e. Philia. • ' I 6 $5,000,000
Co., Hart., Capital and durPlne $11,000,000
:43,gers i " • 000.000
s. LAXGDON, Solicitor:
an. 5. 1878.
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BURNS Si - LWHITE,
Manufacturers of and Dealers In
ITALIAN & MARBLE,
.MARBLE ANT/ SKATE MANTLES:
SCOTCII AMVRICAN GRANITE,.`"
A : !3pfrialty
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r6ti. Bul ts, - (hi°. Olin.,
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•' , 840 , 0011
It 1 Tt,-,:. LYONS :-&.; CO.,
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HAVE ERCEIV,ED.„.I O ARGE ADDITiONS
TO TaEla..swocx or •
(.)ARPNr4;' OILCLOTHS. >DRUGGET.
MA TI'INC4B:: - . WINDOW
PAPER HANGINOIS l AN'a .ENAMEL.
PT ED WARE, DRY GOODSA,:isiDs,
GRtiCOIES,.PAINTS, pus, -
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AT:T. O'DR. 'JAYNE'S FAMILY .
'MEDICINES" • •
T . .._* - . t§!' tr•tli'.i,4:s, 'i
C4LICO,',OIX • CENTS PEg'.;YARD:!
B. R. 'LYONS 'it CO.
Montrose. January 1, 1870.
E. arc .wriart.roaw,
WAGON'S, MAR &
BUGGY, CONCORD, PatETON, ANI
EATENEAS, SINGLE AND DOUBLE
BODIES OF TELE - LATEST STYLES,
JOBBING,' •&e., DUNE PROMPTLY
- • • •
:" E. T. PURDY..
- Montrone, ornno7,
Rumor has it that Navin; been elected CountiTreas
urer for the ensuing three years, I am to discontinue my
Insurance huskies. Said RUMOR is UNTRUE. and
without foundation, and while thanking you for kind
ness, and I:pprciation of good .:Insurance _ in the past, I
ask a continuance of pont patronage,' promising that all '
business entrusted to me Shall be promptly attended to.
My Companies are all sound and reliable, as all can tes
tify who have met with losses during the past ten years
at my' Ageacy. Read the List !
North British and Mercantile, Capital, $10,000,000
Queens of London, • " 2,000,000
Old Franklin, Ybiladelpiii,s, Assets, 3,r40,000
Old Continental, N. Y.,. 4 4 near1y.. 3,000,000
O ld Phoenix of Hartford, " • • 2,000,000
Old Hanover, N. Y., " 1,600.000
Old Farmers. York. 4 4 74 1,000,000 -
I also represent the slew York Mutual Lire Ins rams,
of over 30 years standing, and assets over $30.000,000.
Also, the Masonic Mutual Benefit Association of Pena
sylvabia. • - -
Pr Get an Accidental Policy covering all accidents,
in the Hartford ,Accident Ins. Co Policies writt:a
from one day to one year. Only 25 cents for a 31,000
Policy. Please call or send word, when you take a trip
• ; • • - 'HENRY. C. TYLER.
Montrose, Ili., Jan.l9
THE PROPRIETOR Or "
JL ; TAYLOR'S FAMILY MEDICINES
meat be gaining, renewed confidence .in. the SpeOifiea
which he.prepares. ;;"A'l the articles of Astoria modlea
which he now offersaptreile,is on the principal of NO
CURE NO PAY. Ferjunost among thee° valuablearti
cies is TATLOR'S'43 kIiSiI3RATED OIL, tor Pain.;
Lameness ; ;Wounds or i•one.. in Man or Beset.
Taylor's Condition Powders for ,Horses Canto,
nom Sbnp and Poultry.
Forrenovati. g the blood and system. all
Stock to the Spring, nothing can he better.
Tames Cough 'Syrup for all throat or lung diseares4
Auy ene trying it will be convirced of its: merits..
Ile also manufactures the, celebrated 'lndian Vegeta
bio sticking Salve, which can be obtained of any of his
A. B. Burns. Id. A. Lyon, and •. LN. - 13itilard, are
agtrits for Montrose. • ,
Any one buying any of the above named articles MA'
not being satisfied, can return the empty bottioor pSek
age and get their money back. (march 29,'78J
The latest improved Collins en 4 Caskets on hainL , ...
Hearse to order. Shrouds; etc. aprill9,
ki".VIND,S `4F BLANKS
r'" AT THIS 0FF10.1.11
&C., &C .