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Arrangempat of Nails.
.V to Remitom):
• • ' rriveB. Deparcs
.o,uhannock, (Daily,).... . .... 00 pml2 15 m
VIA STAGE!s :
ontroso 600 pm 626
Ilil ford, (DM 1y,).... •• .• .1000 a In 1 aup m
sc u ' scy , hie ing. (Daily.) 945 a m 20C pm
F r ieudsvi I le, (tri weekly,) • 600 pm - 800 am
Station t (tri ... „. 00a m .700 a'm
ginghatuton,tio weeS. Lake.(trt weekly).. ti(x)pia vzoo p
Yiesuoppen,(tri kly,) •-•.'••••• 10 00 ft m- - 400pra
The New York, (via Montrose Depot,) New Milford,
runkhannock,mui Wyalusing are daill. •
The Conklin Station mail,runs - TuesdaySi Thursdays,
m e Binghamton mail,(via Silver Lake,)rtnis
Thursdays. and Saturdays. • ;
friendsville until runs Tuesdays,Thuradays and Sat
pTlay s. •
he Aeshoppeo mail rune M onday fl, Wednesdays - and
A itage leaves daily for Montrore Depot at I ti,,,and
,tta S tag e - -
' A l e aves daily for New 1411fordiat,180 ,
~ t dteturne at 8 30p.m.
2. C. FORDIiAM P
Routrose Railway Time Table.
A /augment of Trains. To take effect on. Monday,
Aprill7, 1876. , • - •
Do wn Trains. • Up Trains
o rritwAno. NORTHWARD
545 10.15..... " 4.52
3 55 1025' ..'...845 ' - 545'
6 58 1028. --Cool's ' 840 1 448
6C5 1032 , Ranters ..;835 444 '
608 1036 ....Woodbourne 880 440
612 .. . 430
617 10 47 'Tyler's 815' 428 '
625 1057.... ..... !Springville.... EO5 420
630 11 05 Lynn.;;. 755 412
645 ..11 I‘4' Avery's 745 405
653 1128 .. .. . . 735 '4 00
105 11 35 Lobeck ...725 , 346
115 11 45 Marcy's 715 337
, ;w 12 00.. ... . „Trakbannock 700 822
Titling will run on Lehigh Valley time as,kept in, the
06te of P. &N.Y.RR , at Trinkhannock. 1 ,
trains connect aiTunkhannock with P. &N Y.
north and sOuth. i I I
JAMES.I. BLABSLER, Prat.
Manch Chunk. April 17, 1876. I
List of New Advertisements.
Dr. Van Dyke's Sulphur Soap. •
Cmpaign Caps, Capes, and Torch€s—Clun-
D inglia!n & Hill. .
Meeting of; Farmers' Club.
. Meeting of Agricultural Society.
Special Notice—Dr. T. J. Wheaton.
Burglars at Work in Binghamton—Hine &
Campaign Caps, Capes and Torches—Cull
zingliamt.t Hill. • • •
Democratic Vigilance C uitmi tee:
Democrat votes are 11111:11:fal !lost in this
county by a neglect, to,complyi with / the re
quirements of the law relative to assessmei l f its
Ind payment of taxes. All persons, to secure,.
the rights to vote in Pennsylvania, must be as- .
Eessed two months before' election, anCl. have
paid a state or county tax (either will do): within
two years. In case the tax is paid this year it
must be a month preceding the election.
Foreign born citizens wishing to vote next,
November must take out their naturalization.
papers a month before election., They must al-,
so be assessed two months previous todthe day;
The election will be_ held on "the Tuesday.
next following the first Monday of November,"
being this year the ith day of the mouth. 1
Monday, September 4, is, the last ditY tor be-i
Tuesday, October 5, is the last day for secur-1
kg naturalization papers.
Tuesday, October 5, is the lastday on which
tares can be paid in legal time to' vote.
The above dates should be carfully remem
bered and acted on by all voters.
Three persons have been appointed in each
election district of the county whose duty in
conjunction with the member ot the county
committee for their district, is to see to it tlii4 i t
the above requirements, are complied with and
"let no delinquent escape."
The following are the names.of the County
and Vigilance Committee in each to i wnship ad
borough in the county respectivelyt f
A r RURN —COUNTY COMMITTER AN, R. B.
SIT iSher. VIGILASCE COMMITTEE, Abe White,
1\ Linabery, Patrick Cavanaugh.
A.POLACON—CO., Patrick Walsh. Vig., M E
Rau, Charles Ragan, Richard Rooney.
ARARAT—Co., L U Baldwin: Vig.,T J Lew
ii, Chutney Avery, Wm Boskett.
IhuboEwATEn---Co., 0 P. Beebe. J
Curtis, it S Searle, J D Hunter.. •
BROOKLYN—Co., P Tiffitny. Vig ,W P
Crandall, Joseph Oakley, J. 0 Bullard.
CROCONOT—CO., David Stanley. Vig.,
M J Golden,Christopher .Byrne. •
J Decker. Vig., John
Stephens, Henry Cuddeback,Henry Rivenburg.
DIMOCK—CO., C 0 Vig., J W' Allen,
Isaac C France, John W Tyler.
Itsysrx.—Co., -T P Phinney." Vig.,
011 11:31,1d, J Rivenburg, Charles Wells.
FOREST LAKE—Ca, John Bradshaw. Vig.,
Isaac Strange, Michael 'Griffin, Elislia Griffis.
F RANKLIN—CO., 0 M Hall. Vig., Leslie
Pot, J L Merriman, F W Smith..
iliallosvutat—C(s., John ' Hagan. gig.,
Bohn Foster, E L Handrick, Thomas Mathews,
R M Tingley: ,Vig., Charles
roller H T Davis, Wm Gish a_
GREAT BEND TWP.• Co.,Wii Deakin. Vit”
Barnes, T D Hays, I M'Hasbrook.
GREAT - BEND BORO.•••••Co., V Reckhow.
Curtis Gilbert, J H ..Du.senbury, Richard"
GREAT BEND VILLAGE.--00., CIJ Langley.—
1, 1 Timothy Shatinan" J 'Brown, F S
Barnes. . •
Ii ERRICK—kiO., Henry Lyon': Vig.,' Ellas
Westgate, E R Barnes, Isnuil Myers.
liatotortY—Co.,. B MoVoy. Vig” W,
D Weeks, Ste then Jennings- I
J A. Williams. Horace
W E (Amon John W Gow.
JAcKsos—Co., H W Tyler. Vig., ktptin
Reason, S E Morse, 1) L Gregory.
J ESSUP-4)0. s Burge •R. Bury. Vig.,
teiger, John Smith, Georg IllcKeeby. •
LE NOX--CO., A J Titus. ig., Ti W Conrad,
9£ Bell, Thus .1) Payne I -
LATiotop—po •E .M Tiffaily. - Ansel
Lyman sanders, S B Quick...
LIBK ItTY — Co, '
Isaac Comstock. Vig., T
tatidriek, Jacob Chalker J A Wilber.
LITTLE MEADOWSCO., k' Shout:way. Vig.,;
0 Dyad, Garfield, Patriek Shonuesy•
AIoN ntOSE--00., E B Hawley, Vig..
P lnsford, A W ;Cooley, John boyle.
MIODLETO WN---CO. Richard O'DonnelL,Vig.,
i ris R '
uss Timothy koynihan; LawrenCe•Cur;
MILFORD r rV7,l l ,=-Co., Wm Raiding . :
Cig , John P Smith, 140134er.`'.
Ntly Muironn ,„.
. B Dean; -
Cyrus Barlow, Henry IV Ha
-• yden, R Mintur
Norgan Bbutts. • AT 1 1
man, E C Leavitt.
-00 • i i ‘ I -
}t " 4 .. Eben Cobb. Vig,; J files ' Logan,
Wail' 04X) Harvey. ,1
SP RINGvILLE—Co. P
Smith; James K Al:llrich, Charles Sherman.
SUSVEHANNA, WARDr—CO., Peter Cor
win. Vig,, A Wdßowley, John 'Townsend,
John Fitzsimmons, W. WARD—CO., James
Burns. Vtg., John Donohue, PII Furey, Wm
13 Langford.. ,I I 1
SILVER LARE—po.. Lorenzo Stone. Vig.,
Win ,Tho Mas Buckley, J J McCor
iek:- • - ,
Tnomsoli`--Co. L Aldrich, Vig.,, J M
Wrigliter, J W irOwn, Van' Horn. • •
PRESIDENTIAL OAMPAIGN—Czips, Capes and
Torches. Read Card Of Cunningham & 11111,
in thfs issue.
,' . -
The Universalist will bold a grove meeting
at Lenoxville, neaii the house of James S. Rob
ert.son, August 18th. Services commencing at
144 i m,. and ”fp. m. ,
Adgust 2,1876 w .
VIE Susquehanna County Agricultural So
ciety will meet pursuant to adjournment at the'
Court House, Monday evening, August 14th.
By order of ExeOutive Committee.
D. T. BREW:STER, Sec.
Montrose, Aug, '1876w2.
THE 6"usquehan a: County Farmers' Club
will meet at the (.4d court house in Montrose,
Saturday,- August Sth, at 2 o'hlock p. m., to dis
cuss the followingl question : "Is- our present
township' road sys em .the best system ?"
}: D. D. LATHROP, Sec'y,
Montrose, Aug: 2,1876w1.
T. J. Wheaton, he Dentist, be at the
Exchange •Hotel, lin Montrose, on Tuesday
morning, Aug. Bt4 prepared to make engage
ments for work on the natural teeth, and to
supply all the toothless with first-class plate
wo:k. Iliose wishing, teeth filled will please
call on Tuesday, tlie Bth, and make \ their en
gagements, and if the number be sufficient to
warrant it; Dr.'W.lC. Starbuck will make au ,
ocher visit Montrose. • _
ilkesbarre; Aug. 2,1876w1. ' '
• ~ .
BURGLARS . 'AT *ORK IN BINGLIAMTON.I
They.,have been entering houses and knock.;
ing down men a4er- 'dark on the back streets,.
but at this time Of writing the police think
they' have a clew that may - lead - to the entire
capture of the g, 'lig. The'. firth of Hine \-&
-Sholes have been trying \to stop, this reign of
terror by marking; all of their summer goods
down at cost 'thereby giving all a chance to get
an honest livink:; 1.. k. few of *those-, fine parasols=
andsumniersilks left. ..They*re offered at less .
-than cost. They _ilso keep on hand:the largest
and cheapest line i ot' black Eilks - in the city.—
Mourning goods orl all kinds a specialty. Send
for-samples. NO - tronble to, show, Foos, . •
.• ! 1 1 ,- .. 4n:F. JO' SHOLE!3„
:Bingharnton', .Atig. 2,1876. , ..
SCno D '
To oL! ntEcToßs.—The attention of
the members Of Ow- sevPral Boardi of School
Directors,in Susqnehanna and adjoining Conn: ,
ties,is invited to the following testimonials and
endorsvments by t the leading Educators and
School Offieers of this . NO.RmAL DISTRICT, rela
tive to the
‘STANDARP I CHARACTER AND
' OF :
• 1 •
SANDERS' UNION READERS, &C.,
Published in'an appeal to their patrons, only , a
short time since, on the occasion of determ
ined effort`, sitnilartfo the One now being made
in this county, by} ngents of rival publishers,to
displace these bonlis.
The undersign i ed, residents of the sth Nor
mal Districtsot ., PqinsYlvania, comprising the
counties of Bradford, LyeotAing, Potter, Sus
queluinna, Sullivati,Tioga,and Wvoming,would
respectfully represent, that since
SANDERS' UNIQN READERS AND
LERS„ ROBINSON'S SERIES OF MA.THE
MA.TICS,ANn SP I ENGBRIIN COPY-BOOKS,
have been quite generally introduced into and
are now in use as: a whole, or in part, in a large
majority of the Ftiblic Schools of this Normal
District, and believing, as we - do, that these
books are Standard Works of ; Sterling :tiferit,and
among the very!bfist pOlished ; and, seeing no
BuFttent\reason - fOr R cliangeovould earnestly
advise any who iMayl be tenipted, by interested
parties, to dispkre4 theSe books, to, exercise great
caution, and to be I tully satisfied of the superior
merit of the'boks' proposed as substitutes, be
fore subjecting t 4 Patrons to the additional
expense of purehasi i ng new &mks, as well as the
schools to' the great inconvenience and trouble in
cident.-to. the IntirOduction or displacement of
Text-Bo - As—be - sides 'thereby preventing uni
fcirmity so pearly lattained in this District.
11'SA Allen; institute Condtictor and\ former
Principal of State:Normal School, Manifield,
- Chas.H Verrill; Principal of :Mansfield State
Normal School. 1
AA - Keeney, ;Co. Supt. of Bradford Co.
Elias Horton, " • "..` Tioga •
W Allen, , " • Potter "
W C Tlt,en, • . " " Susquehanna
T F Gahan, " Lycoming "
ThomPsOn Bodle, " • " '--Wyotning "
T forma,' " ."- 'Lycoming "
B H 'Hutton, fernier Principal Troy Graded
School. \ '
H E Pitcher; forraer Principal Towanda Public
• Schoola. .
Asti Berlin; forme! Principal Montrose Graded
• School. 1
F M Smith, Teae.her of Maths., &c., State Nor
Lemuel Ammerman,-Teacher Lang., Jae:, State
' Nor. School; Mansfield. • -
Alonzo Amniernian,„Prine. ot Corn. Dep., State
Nor. Schoof Mansfield.
- The County buperintendents above named,
with two . exCeptions; are still acting as such in
their tespective 'Counties, and have expressed
I themselv . es-ae 410ing uniformly opposed thang
lug the above mentioned booki for the reasons
stated, in their „Oi l peal to their patrons.
The desire to say, to any not fo
niftier with.tbeaeibooiis,that tbey most virdial-,
ty invite aiteutiOb to the' following;Uiameng
the many pointS Of superiority and excellence
The. Paper, , Binding; , Dultraikas, and
jred t anica4em'uilon.
The 0704404 v and . Progrenive' Character of
the Perim 2 '
The kik, uneileOtionable moral tone of the
leci;oniz iin eacli t book. •
The - :chespneap:aa compared with ether series
in respect to Qlzatity, number of pages, quantity
of residing matter, 4.,t0.,
N. B.—Sample copies for examinatimi and
coniparison will she furnished gratuitonsly on
application to W. B. Deans, gontrose, or the
IYIBON, BLAxix.AZI TAYLOR & Co.,
.188 & 140 Grand S.i.; New -York.
In regard-to-an exchange of School Readers
in this 4 cotuati, at present, I have ocly to say
thai I think the wants of the county, this
respect: do not demand a change, m these hard
times formoney. • •
I consider Sanders' Readers among the best
published. • ,
W. C. TIIDEN, CO. Stlpt
Montrose, Aug. 2, 1876.
OLD Newspape'rs for sale at this Office it ten
cents per dozen.
HANDBILLS for Auction Sales, tr.', printed
at the DEMOCRAT office in firSt style and
at reasonable prices. •
DR. N, IVlsmx.r.s. having removed - his of
fine from Hopbottom to. Springville, Susq'tt co.,
Pa., respectfully solicits patronage.
Hopbottom, July 12,1876. 28w4
rip -A. new lot of summon* . and subpbenas
ust printed at this office. Mier blanks in pro
'mien, all prepared with care.
_ -- ,
- NOTtcr., is hereby given that my accounts are
n the : . bands of Ansel :Merrill, of Hopbottom,
or collection. A ll indebted will please call.and
:ettle, by note or otherwise. -
N. 0. , MACKEY, IC D.
Hopbottom, July 12, 1870. 28w4
PROTOGRAPIIB.—Pictures taken in all the lat
est styles. Old pictures copied and enlarged.
Also a splendid lot of frames for sale cheap,
at. G, W. DooLnur4i,'s.
Montrose, June 10,14.---tf.
House and Lot to rent in Montrose, E
of J. B. McCollum. • '
May 31, 1876.—tf. -
Nim STOCK of carpets, oil cloths; ma,
4.t c., just received. .
Montrose, April 12, 1870tf.
SPRING Styles Stilt 'Hats, felt and fur.
Centennial Hats, just opened at
April 12, 18780. .
AT,PUEDY'S Wagon• Shop a fine lot of
form Wagons and Buggies lull trimmed.
plete and first-class •'in every respect. fc
cheap for cash.
Montrose, June 7, 1876tt.
A LARGE assortment of the fates
neatest styles of visiting and' business
just received at this office. Call and see
before oraering elsewhere.
Ho busineSs man, need :complain thi
is "toe poor to . ad'vertise" When he .can gi
latest style business - cards printed at the
octia'r office for three dollars per thousan, ,
other .work in proportion, ; !..!
NEW LACE CURTAINS by the sett or yard.—
Table Linens, Napkins, towels, and , House
keeping goods in great variety. at
GUTTENBERG, ROSENBAUM l &CO.
Siontrose, April 12, 1876tt.
A. MAGNIFICENT lot of tine 'Cloths and Cassi
merea, Coatings and Suiii . iigs - .14 custom work,
just received, call and leave your measure fora
new suit at .
GUTTENBERG; ROSENBAUM 451 r, CO.
April 12, 1870tf. '
CIGAR KRO CONFECTIONERY, STORE.
Having bought Louia Knoll's stock of Iligarsl
Tobacco and Confectionery, I can tarnish
first-class articles for . the least money. Fine
summer drinks for the thirsty..
Montrose, July 26,1876
The sale.of Taylor's Family Medicines is
steadily on the increase. TLC sales of the past
year being more than double of any previous
year. The reason ot this is on account 'of the
genuine merits of the goods themsOveS and
the fair and impartial manner in which they
are sold. '
July 26, 1876. " ,
nirrons to the Centenntal can find good ac
..tommodationa within a mile of the-Centennial
Grounds, on line of street railway, - at reasona
ble prices. 'Drop a postal card a week or two
before coming, to secure rooms.
•C: H. BIRCHARD,
3847 Haverford St., West Plulaaelphia, Pa.
May 3, 1876tf.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL; • MANSFIELD ; TIOGA
\ CO., PA.
The Fall Term willdpen Wednesday, August
30,1876. Ample and most excellent accommo
dations for and day students, a facul
ty of experienced teachers, and terms !lower
than found in uthet schools. State appfrfria
awls are stalcontinual a4d reduce the explasea of
the Btudenta. 'For catalogue giving hill particu
lars, or admission to the school, apply t 4 Prof.
Charles Verrill, A. M., Principal.
july 26. 1876. ' 80w2
THE CENTRAL .EXPRESB COMPANY forward
Butter by their night line every night Whether
they have one pail or more. Butter shippers
who patronize this CoMpany secure for every
bipment a night route.l i
We `have better, facilities and a cooler route
'than you ever had offered you before: i ,
Patronize y ur home road and make a sue
cess of an ent rprise that has and wlll benefit
you all. ,
Montrose, Ju y 26, 18760: 1
MARBLZ WORKS. _
The Tunkhannock Marble Works of Burns
& White are doing a good business and are
getting out some very tasty Phil of Head
Stones and Monuments. A. B. Burns of the
Eagle Drug Store, is their authorized silent for
Montrose and vicinity.. Be bas des gns •of
Head Stones and Monuments. Any orders left
with him , will be promptly Riled by Burns et
• Tunkhannock, Feb.
No CtrnE, No PAY.
- Kirby's Cough Balsam,a very palatab:e corn=
pound, for the various _affections of the throat
and lungs. Used with' great. success in; case of
Asthma and Bronchitis. It is presc,Tibed by the
physicians and endorsed by the eleople.l War
ranted to glyo entire - satisfaction or money re
funded. I .
. Kirby's Magic Relief for the instant cure ot
severe,and,acuto pains. <- • - 1 '
Kirby's rasteleas Worm Lozengesi Sure,
sale and effectual. '
Kirby's Condition Powders lot quttlit , quan
tify and purity are superior to any rowder for
stock manufactured, 1 1 ' - .
Kirby's Camphor lee for (lisped bands or
sunburn. • : • 1
For sale by all Druggists in MOntrose, and
Dealers in Medicines throughout tbe country
1 ( 11 3 ' 0 a m t :
TIME AND PLACE Spring lambs, State, pod 7)(4
Now is +nu 'ruts - TO PAINT. Live calves, State,. good toprirae. 7 -
Lead and Oil cheaperi than they have been Live calves. State; fair. Ao good:— Nig
known tor years., Ourn.'s Eagle l3rug oore, is Hogs, city dressed 8 3 3(4)
the Place to buy anything in the P l ums and
Dime line at the very lOwest figyres. 'A large
assortment of -Brushes and Varmshe4 constant
ly in stock. The celebrated Hall, Bradley,r&
Co.'s Pure White -Lead Onstantly on hand, for
Winch ptituis is the SpLis. AGENT for Moptrose
and vicinity.' '
.11Lintrose, April 19,- 1819tf.
We have just reeeive:d a very large stock , of
plain and faucy envelopes, letter and. note pa
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 Acheaper
than any office in this .or': neighboring counties,
and in as good style.: Work done in black and
colored inks. If you think there is any that
can beat us, give us a trial, and We will show '
you what we can do. All kinds of blanks on
hand or printed to ,order}
REMOVAL I 1 • ••,'
Mr. Geo. O. Rill wishes to inform the peir
ple of Montrose and' vieinity, and - the - public
generally that he has reinoved from his old lo
cation to Searle's new block, where he has bet
ter facilities for, entertaining the public. .He
has also added some re* features to his former
bußiuess, noticeable 'ameng which is his ice
cream parlor, where 'particular • attention will
be given to large or, •small parties. 'The best of
cream always on. handl, C onfectionery, nuts,
cigars, tobacco, etc., et 4., as usual Also pick
les, sauces, etc. GEO:C. BILL. '.
Montrose, July 19,1876—tf.
CLAIRVOYANT EXA3tEN4IONS FREE.
There is no subject that requires so much.
study and experience as the treatment of ctron
ic diseases. Tue astonishing success' and re•
markable cures performed by Dr. Butterfield;
are due to the gift of clairvoyance, to the, life
long study of the constitution of man, and the
curing of diseases from natural remedies. Cures
the worst forms of Scrogila, Catarrh, Piles, 'Fe
male Weakness, Asthma, Kidneys or Bladder
Will be at the Cafferty House, Binghamton
Thursday, and Friday, Aug. 3d and 9th.
Dr. Butterfield will beiat the celebrated Min
'oral Springs at Rush, Pa.. on a visit,. arriving
Tuesday evening, Aug. :Ist. at 6 o'clock p. m.,
leaving Wednesday, Aug. 2d, at 4p. m, •
WE TAKE pleasure iu balling the attention of
our readers to the fact 'that the popular Dry
Goods, house of C. F. SISSON ;:t Co., Bingham
ton, are now receiving an unusually large and
complete assortment of 14ew spring , goods. Not
withstanding the cry Ig ' , bard times," this
house informs us that their trade is larger than
at any former season. This is easily. accounted,
for by the fact that they always offer , the most
reliable goods at the slime prices that many
houses sell a very infertor grade. All the nov
elties ;of the season, both of foreign and do
mestic mannfa , .:ture, may now be found upon
their shelves, and a visiti to their store,will con
.,yince.anyone that that is the place to trade.
COLLAR—BEEBEAti: Warren .Centre', - July
4tb„ by Rev. 3. , H. Green; David dollar, of. Wy
alusing,-to P. A. Bzebe, bf ApolaCon.•
BEllcE\l77-SMITI---At i . he residence' of Harvey
Coleman; in Herrick„Bliatord county, by Elder
E. Burroughs ; of CamOown, Levi. Bennett, of
Tuscarora, and LibbicclTowantra,'Pa.
- BURRIT—RAY;CBFOILD—On Tuesday, Abe 25th
of July, at Moscow, pa. by Rev. G. G.W. Soutti-
Nvell, - Colonel Loren Burro t, of Uniondale, Pa.,
and Miss Delpbine,RaypSford, 1)1 Washingten;
J 3=I3ELALT3EIEJS •
TAUESDELL-At Frankiin Forks, Pa., July
18,.1876, Triphena E. Barnes.' wife o Rollin B.
Truesdell, aged 35 year.
Bieovri, Montrose Depot, Pa.,: July 20.
1870; Mr. - ErAstqs G; Brbwn, aged 52 years..
C?titTElt—ln 'East Bridgewater, July 15th;
of diphtheria, Ella. A.,1 youngest daughter of
Patrick and Fannie. Carter, aged 2.yrs 4mo. 12.
CARTER—In Eait Bridgewater, July 20tb, of
Diphtheria, James son of Patrick and Fan
nie Carter, aged Myr& 31no. 20 da.
CmrrEn-;--•In East Bridgewater, July 22nd,
of diPhtheria, Joseph P., youngest son of Pat
rick-and Eannie Carter, aged 4yrs 10mo,
FANCIIER—March 25th, Wilmot, eldest son
of William and Susan Fancher. aged 23 yeara
andlo months. • •
Brother, thou art gone to rest
,! Thine is.an early tomb;
But Jesus summoned thee away ; •
Thy Saviour called thee home.
Brother thou art go' ne to rest :
Thy toils and cares are o'er ; .
And sorrow, pain, and suffering, now
Shall ne'er distress thee more.
GrJmDEN—At Friendbville, Pa.,:-July 20th,
1876,Frederiek Charl, youngest son of B. T.
and klattie VV. Glidden,. of Forest Lake; aged
11 months - and 16 days.
The little lite meisurea , as yet only by
* months, was so winsome with baby, sweetness
that, `-.when "God's stillness" rested on.his love
ly form, the world gtw strangely . dark, and
sadness fills the home wbei'e the little one
left lonely in the nest" asks in vain for "baby,
brother" Charlie." ,
Sew 'Work produce Market.
Reported Every Week Expressly fort Tax Mowntosk
DEXtoCrakT by EaydenADuckworth,Prciduce Coto.
mission Merchants. 825 Washington Street.
Ile* York; July 28, 1876.
State, dairy pails, select 27 28
State, 'dairy pails, petite.. 25 QC 26
State, dairy pails, fairltogood.... ;23 -24
State, dairy pails; - pooi to. iair. 174 0 22
State, 'creamery, select, invoices...2B @ 29_
State, sweet ereaui, pails, ehoice..26 a 27
State, sweet cream, good to priMe24 tg 26
State, sweet ereaiu, ta4r to g00d...22
State Firkins, choice ye110w....•: .26
State Rirkinsi good td, prime.. :..20,t a 25
StOe Firkins, fair. to good: , 22 ‘24
State Factory, eto &gel . 93 4 6
• "good to Oriole.. •i 8.
` ... fair.... ' 7 @ 8
State farm path ra n 8 (4
good to pritne..'.. 6%igt
- fair to goOd 4 : .. -.. sne 6
StateikPentri, w o • •, • ' E., •_••• •••, •
.11 II; 19.
Spring ebiekens,Del&j'Y,Per lb.. 174:4 lB
Spting.ciiicken#, western, per lb.. ' ice - 17
,er 1ti.......'....... 150 , ,16
Roosters, per I ~.., - . -9e- ', 19
Turkeys, Jerse - , per lb ' 180 , , 15
Turkeys, western, per lb - ...".' .. . .... 12(4 , 14.
Ducks, Jersey,.per pair . ' ' wig' - 1 oo
,:Ducks, western, per pair. - ....:.".. 500: , ' 60
Geese, Jersey, per pair... .....1 7507/1 9.25
Geese, western, per pair.... -
~ .1"2544 150 ~
DRIED PIiIIITS. •
Apples, State;sliced. .8 .0 83
Apples, State;- quarters..: . 8 8% 5
Peaches,: peeltd, - 0/4 'lB
Cherries, prime, . ... 44 14 •
Plums, ...... ~...12 tat / 3
Raspberries'... . .. : 1 24 .25
County Business Direotory•,
Two line's Intlds- Dlrectcify.,oneseor, $1.50.; each ad
..: -; ' ditional ISO coots. -
WM. .T 1 AGRWOUT, Stater. Wholesale and &tail
dealer, in all kinds of slate roofing. elate paint v etc.
Roofs repaired' wtth elate paint to order.. Also. elate
paint. for sale by the gallon of barrel. Montrose.
BILLINGS STROUD, General, Fire and Life Intim
- erica. Agents, also, sell Railroad and Accidental
Tickets to New York and Philadelphia. Otlice one
door east of Win. II Cooper .16 Co's bank.
WM. U. BOYD & CU, Dealete in Stoves, 'Hardware,
and Ilanurctureis of Tin, and . Sheet-Lon ware, cor
ner of Main and Turnpike street.
A. N. Bollard, Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, Book..
• Stationery and Yankee NgtiOne; at the head of -
WH. H. COOPER . CO., Bankere. Sell Piareigt Pas
sage Tickets and Drafts oil England, Ireland, and' ,
WM. L. Ota., Harness muter and dealer in all arti
cies usually kept by the trade. opposite thst bank.
JAMES E. CAIDIAL ; I`, Attorney-at-Law. Orrice one •
. door - below Tarbdll House. Public Avenue.
11.1tOSENTLIAL, Auctioneer. ,, tare S. It ,CO.
Montrose, Pa. . • • ' ,
SAVINGS BANK, NEW MILFORD. Six per eent.
interest on all Deposits. Does n • general Banking
business.. • S. B. CHASE As: CO.
H. GARRET & SON, Dealer in Flour. Feed, Meal,
Salt, Lime, Cement, Groceries and Proyisions, on
Main Street, opposite the Depot.
N. F. KIMBER. Carriage Maker. Pictn re Framer,and
Undertaker, a few rods from Thinners Hotel, near
M. E. Church. - ' • • " •
IL P. DORAN. M erchant . Tailor and_ dealer in Ready,
Made Clothing; Dry Goods, Groceries add Proisions,
Main Street. • • •
CARRY THE NEWS,
OH CARRY THE. NEWS TO MARY
AND EVERYBODY EISEI '
FOR GOOD NEWS, rs HEALTHY Ant REFRESHING
. :,:ILLMANr, *1
HAVE MOVED TO 'THEIR NEW STORE,
THE FIRST NATIONAL 'BANK,
Where they will keep on hind the best assorted stock , of
Nen's and fi . oys' Ready-Blade-
C4,4.(;)-T- r ...g --.C,8-,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,•PANCY GOODS,
HOSIERY, HATS, MILLINERY : - •
GOODS, &0., ' _
of all•descriptions, and latest styles.
GIVE us A CALL and - we' will SAVE rou ZOKEY.=--
Terms. cash or good paper... RespectfaVy,
PI LIMAN... 'Zic co
NATIONAL .114y, GooDs :,& CLOTHING Estrgoluttx.
BLACK. AND COLORED ALPACAS, newest shades,
- , • • 25 cents per yard,
at S. P. & CO.'S First National.
_AND COLORED CASHMERES, all shades •
- • 81., cents per yard, - • o• ;
at S. P. & CO.'S First National.
BEST CALICOES,ftteir styles and fast colors, .6 . 3 i Canis '
at 8. P. & .'S First Nation
HANDSOME HAMBURG EDGING AND INSERTING
• horn 10 cents per yard up, -
at S. P. & CO.'S First National.
YARD. WIDE BLEACHED COTTONS, from . cents
- per yard-up.
at B.P. & Co.'S First National.
YARD WIDE FACTORY, from 'I,V cents: per yard
at S. P. & CO.'S First Minces!.
BEST BHIRTINGS. new styles. 15 eta:per-yard,
at S. P. & CO.'S FiriitNational.
BOYS' READY-MADE S U ITS, from $5 uP,
- • at 13: P. & Co.'B First National.
YOUTHS' - ItEADY-MADE SUITS, from /1.80 up,
- at 8.
MEN'S READY MADE SUITS, from $8 ng,
at S. P. & CO.'S First Natiotuti.
BOYS'. OASSIMERIC' 'PANTS, from $l.BO np.. •
- - at S.P. & CO.'s First Nation,st:'
MEN'S- CABSIMICRE PANTS, from $11.50 up;
al B. P. & 00.1/3FiretNaticiasta
We shallitlso keep on hand Gents' and Ladies' Rik
derwear of dU styles; , ladies' and misses' Ready-made
Snits, As assistance to our experienced and artistic
milliner, we have engaged the services of one of-the
leading trimmers in New York oily. and we guarantee
our millinery department to contain the leading styles
and trimmed in heat city styles, and our prices lower
than:elsewhere. Remember we ,will keep a fall assort
, ent of all classes of geode - generally kept in Brat-class
stores, and our prices we warrant will be the lowest la .
Susquehanna County.. Our special buyer will be in'
the market at all times, and procure for us the latest
novelties. Our motto will be. "Juslice to all." Bear
in mind we have a NRW STONE, NEW GOODS, and
theIOWEST CASII - PRICES IN THE COUNTY. As
anindueentent to make large purchases we will deduct,
(on de rn andion all cash bills $lO or , more, five per
Come ono and all
- Both great and small
And buy your gOods '
At. S. P...& Co.'effirstNattoniaL
Reapdettally; S. TILLMAN. & CO.,
Nattoual prypoodo and Ciothipg Store.
liontioue. March 25, 1876., •
Billifirdoutat for, Oclutap t . Two UM** 'With tbe
-1911 84,18103 F IMiootrose.l''4
- GREAT BEND.