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Congressmen who are not. !Popular
with the nepublicatts. .
MOrrison, of 11.11inoip,
chairman of th,Corn:mittee . of Ways and
I,eatiS who designed and recoMmended
the sy-tern of inveAiga:tiona which has
'resulted in expo Sing •Rentiblican frauds,
and secured retren Ch Men tf:-Jitltt*kii 11 is
Hon. Satnual J.' Itindall,•pf JPerinsyl
- chairman of the Committee on
Appropriations, who l has cutovv tln
annual Government expenditures s'3o,-
000,000, and but. for =the leptxtlicaii
Soave would have .secured a k•edgCtion
Hon.. S. S. 04, of N4w York, chair
man of the 'Committee off',lankingrati,( . l
Currency, the ready and' heile,Champinn
in debate, and'who finally matured and
carried the bills solving the resumption
question. , %•, ,
Hnu.ll:. B. Banning, ,of Ohio, Chair-,
man of the Committee on
,attacked .and, exposed the
Indian Ring and forced the consideration
of army reorganization So 88 to increase
efficiency and stop e?ttravagance
,As a rule D emocratic Union
soldiers are especially unpopular with the
Republicans who prefer sutlers and con=
Hon. Randall L. Gibson ~ of Loni Siana
Chairman` of the - New Orleans Custom
House Committee, who caught. brother
in-law Casey in
,his steals; It makes
Radicals shudder to think , that I lan ex-
Confederate Major General Should have
the audacity to prove the brother-in-4m
of. Grant a worse theft' that Tweed. .
Hon: Abram S. Hewitt of New York
who wrote the -report. about the, late
lamented Minister to England, is a prac
tlcal sort of a man, with a strong. tek
dency for finding out the truth about
rascals and totally incapable of seeing.,
how deyotion to loyalty and freedom's
causershould forbid any narrow views
abo . uf the pecuniary acquisitions -of the
loyal. Besides he is Chairman - ,of the
Democratic National Committee and
supported Tildpn all thrOugh; and what
could be worse than that fl
Hon. James D. Williams, of Indiana,
Chairman of the Committee on Accouits
who cut down .the expenses of the,E(Ouse
and stopped the thousand' little leaks of
extravagance even the lemoAade so dear
to the heart 'of Foster s . Of Ohio. Be
wears blue jean' homespun, and the lux
prious Republicans .contemptuously call
him Blue Jean Jimmy. A strong clear
headed, practical common sense Man—
in personal appearance lan exaggeration
... Lincoln-L-a . hater of all
frauds, follies and shams. As Governor
of Indiana, Uncle Jimmy Williams wilt
be even less popular among the Repuoli
cans than as Chairman of the Committee
of Accounts. , ' What could be mcre offen
sive to the M.Ortonites than a Governor
who wears blue. jean and is Small enough
to be particular about accounts?
Hon. Bernard (I.' •Caulfield, of Illinois,
who had the audacity tb qt‘estion the
greatness of the Republietin - Fetish
Davenport, and even to - jest ,abotiC that
great man, whose patent machine for
tnanufacturing Republican voters and
absorbing money was the admiration of
the loyal. His reports, exposing beyond
contradiction the systematic election
frauds and swindles of the Custom Hotise
Ring, have made him,,. With the Republi
cans, among the least popular of the .ootk
Hon. Michael C. Kerr, of Indiana,
Speaker of the House 'who has quite dis
gusted the Radicals by constituting the
Investigating Commit*, so as to expose
Belknap and the otheif official rascals,
and to cut off $30,000,000 of the riltuider
fund. Mr. Kerr is noble, manly simple
and invulnerable to assault. His defeat
of the vile conspiracy •of which , Harvey
was the tool, by the forCe, of his siinple
pure manhood, has sectired‘ for him : from
the Radicals that kind of envious hatred
which malice feels for the, \ character in
vulnerable to its envenomed *shafts: -'ln
his caw the adage is not falsified, and
Death loves a shining mark.
Troirps In the &path.
The deinandvf the. President for more
troops has stimulated a representative of
the New York Herald :to ,e,liquire into
the records of the War pepartment to
find out the numberOf companies Statio
ned in the .Southern -States. Ile
that there are, in Texas. 45 companies of
infantry and - ,26 companies of cavalry ;
companies of infantry;
in Mississippi 1-0 companies of infantry;
in South Carolina 8 companies of ki nfant ry
and two companies of arltillery ; in Florida
8 companies 'of artillery ; in Georgia 7
companies of infantry , and 1, company ot
artillery; in Alabama 5 companies of
nil:miry: in Virginia 5 companies of
artillery;,in North Carolina 4 companies
of artillery; in TenneSsee 3 cconpaniei of
itsf'antry; and in Arkansas g compinies
of infantry, niaking b tattl - pf 138 COM
By a strict reading of the law . there i s
r.lO anthority_for the presence or, troops
In the Southern States at this time. The
B , lpreme Court ha), deeided that the En
forcement Act is unconstitutional. This
waa the only authority the President had ‘
for sendingportions of t;he United,States
army to any State in the Union, without
tile application- of its' GOvernortor.ieg
idature and then , only wger, the Militia ts
uuaole to inppreas the distil:rhaaoe- that
demands 'the interferanCe "of" Federal
/•. Movement for Tilden.
. ..The • sult•of the ele t f Ala,a, t •
is regard -d here as having a .very impor-.
tatit•bea ing upon • the. Presidential can , ..
"case.- Si ce reconstriction Alabama has
voted Re eublican as.often if 'not oftener - ,
than De a. ocrat ic,'and in close calculation
it tas ge i'erailx. been .set. 'do.wti as a doubt
ful' .state'' , ...Thei. - -,.Yei1..-Targe.' - :najotlty...'in
which i '•- e:k di< tlie.De' cnneiatie - - ticket
consequently posses -great significance,
and will -xert - , a'retriarkable influence' op
.‘on the o her. states of the south .which
have bee 4 admitted to besomewhat doubt:
ftit.,.:Th ' - 'll ; epubliCitr l 4- adir4 p4V4ely
• I 4 •• • , '
today ta at Lonisia a,.. Mississippi.; 'and
Florida ill now certainly follow the ex- .
amplett 4.giye Democratic majorities in
.Noyernb•r, unless . some Scheme . can- be
hatched 'to prevent 'it.• • A Democratic
.Senator , :as received a letter from a prom-:
inentge tleinan.4 . - Nes - Etiklaild'.*lace . . ,-
.reputatik tiie national - ind . who is not a
'Demoor t, 'ln _which: - _ he says that the .
feeling,o sdit'con'tent in" the country and,
the press eof the times is bound to elect
',Tilden. - Ohe of- the smartest Republi
can'' polit'ciansOf Pennsylvania-'says that
miners a d. the laboring classess in thht
state 'are very - Enna dissatiefiediwith their
condition,s kiich they justly' attribute 'to
the . polipy . of 'the `
Party' in posler, - aud - .for,
that * reason': he 'Teela compelled to put
Pennsylvania* . in. his
.list . of - doubtful
States, .. Late:intelligence from Ohio says
that the, 'germane. in , that .state are rapid
ly comink-overtO Tqden,,. and that it is
.confidently, believed . that ()hic will ;be
by . the side of, Indiana in giving a Demo-.
crittie -- y - retdrv , in' October.— Washington
Cor. of tie Baltimore Sun.
Francis Adams, the great Mas
s statesnian; 'settles all disputes
laoliticaE position, by 'the fol.
QUINCY, Aug. 5, 1876.
l berniott, esq.,. Jersey .City :
am one of the class
, minated Independents, asking
and voting for . the best men
.egard to party lines.: I propose
mr position. But as. to the
ered to me between Mi. Tilden
Ilayes, though having' no pre
s against either, I do not, hest
y that the former is far the
-d to meet the emergency in our
n my opinion, and I intend to
try Truly Yours.
,CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS.
r distinguished sons, some o
ver voted the Deinocratic tick
1 1 * for the first time unanimous.
,tical accord with him.
et, ikre 11'1
ly in pOl
hiladelphia Evening,' Telegraph
kes this frank statement :-
We kripw- very well that eiiizens who
are hoping for good results from the ap
roachin general election find them
selves e barrassed by certain aspects of
the early s. Itmay be asked with ap-
‘ p int what hone there is for reform
with an b managers as Morton and
Conkling—examples of a class of public
men i whaie only aim appears" 'to be, to
'preserve Party "dicipline" at the expense
of hoi.orl and conscience ? These pol
iticians, if thq ,have nnot Governor Hayes'
ent!re confidence are at least his political
friends. I They are working lbr , his suc
cess, anti the . country too well -knows
what that means—viz' . the control of
"patronage" resulting from the election.
The pittsburg Leader; (independent
republican) thinks that Hayes should
pray to be saved from his friends, at Bast
such friends as that little clique at
Washtngiqn "Which officiously assumes to
'run' the cam paign for- him. It proceeds
to say th o‘there is no question that the
general lief is that the army at this
time ou ht to be in the Black Hills
rather, th aat the south. , It is a disagret
able.surpritee 'to hear that, at the very
time whciu ,the President is calling for five
thousan 4 more troopB to whip the Sioui
there are just about five thousand excell ,
ent "ete ti, troops scattered through the
south, dO l ing nothing, and it is still more
unpleasant; to see the •secretary of war
grasping it any excuse to keep them
there till. after the. election." . - -
pa es of net
pa t songs, f l
of he beet c
to for SI
Singing .Classes. by L. Q. Emerson. Con
-01-..eseroeuts," well arranged, a hundred
bright, [interesting music (easy glees, 4-
tc ) for practice, and t alt as many pages
, nurch music ; thus furnishing the best ma
ging Scnbcds , in the best form:
r rice 72 cts. or $750 per dozen.
lion of School Songs, in great variety.
♦ rde and ?dude alike good. and inch as will
!Bp W. 0. Perkln4, author l)f Golden
Price 50 eta: •
iMtusic Book by L. 0. EmeFson. Fine
ocil Course, with abundant material for
large number of the best Metrical Tunes
ems, et*: Choirs. Classes and Conven•
adly welcome this new compilation of a
ul composer. •
• rite $lBB or $l2OO per dozen.
r piece sent, postinid, for retail price.
tione will g
OLtVEI DITSOIt AC,!O.; Roston.
0. D. Dlison & .C 0.,, J. E. Ditson & Co.,
711 :roadway. Successor to Lee & Walker,
New York. Phila.
July 5, 187 . [38w41
Ak. NEW ENTERPAIBE.
THE ' DEMMRAT, \ATTROIST
)raCtica/ VirOrimgin, at
E. McKenzie's store. on
re he is ready to do ell Irtuda
n exzel in new' workOlnd repair
. ' -
PURIFIES. THE BLOWN RENOVATES AND 4IN
VIOURATES THIu WHOL
Its; Medical Properties are
ALTERATIVE, TOMO, "'SOLVENT
, VEGETINE is tree exclusively froni - the juices of
carefully selected barks, roots and herb's, and so strong-,
ly concentrated, that. it wilt effectually eradicate from
the systemic' every taint of Scrofula:. Scrofulous Humors,
'rumors, Cancers * Cancerous Rumors. Erysipelas, Salt
Rheum, Syphilitic Diseasesi Canker, Faintness at the
Stomach and all diseases thavarise from impure blood.,
Sciatica. Inflammatory and Chronic Rheumatism, .Ne -
ralgia, gaunt and Spinal Complaints, can only bet effect
. tlallY , cared through the blood' . - 4
• For Ulcers 'and - Eruptive diseaties of the Skin Pis--
lilies, Plinples; Blotches, Boils; TetterySoldhead and
Ringworm, Vegetine has never failed to effect a perma
For Pains in the Back, 'Kidney Complaints, Dropsy
Female' Weakness, Leucorrhcee, arising (Vow internal'
niceration,and uterine diseases and (letters' Debility, ,
Vegetine acts directly upon the causes of these com.
plaints. It invigotates and strengthens the whole sys—
tetn.acts upOn the secretive organs, allaya inflamma
tion . cures uleemtion . and regulates the bowels. ''
For Catarrh, Dyspepsia,', Habitual Costiveness, Pal
pitation of the Heart, Headache, "Piles, Nervousness
and General Prostration of the Nervous System, no
medicine has ever given such perfect satisfaction as
the. Vegetlne. It purifies, the blood.ocieanses all of the
amnia, .and possesses , a controlling power over the
nervous system.. _ •
The remarkable' cures effected by yegetitii have ha
da( ed many- physicians and apoti.ecaries whom we
know to prescribe and use it in their own,families.
In fact.Vegetine is the best remedy yet dledover6d for
the above diseases. and is the only reliable Blood Puri
fier yet placed befoie the public,
H. R. STEVENS, Bostoir,
Whit is 17FARTINR ?—lt is a conipound extracted
from barks,roots and h'rbs, It is Nature's Remedy. It
is perff ctly harmless from any bad effect upon the sys
tem. It is nourishing and strengthening. •It acts di
rectly upon the bloom It quiets the nervous system.—
It gives yon good. sweet bleep at night. It is a great
panacea for our aged fathers and mothers: for it gives
them stren'gth quiets their nerves, and gives them Ica
ture's sweet eleep—as' has been proved by many an
aged person. It is the great Blood. Purifier. It is a
soothing remedy for Our children. It has relieved and
cared thousands: It is vary pleasant to take : every
child likes it. It relieves and cures all diseases origna
ting from, impure blood. Try the Vevetine. (Jive it
fair trial for your complaints.; then you will say to
your friend, neighbor and acquaintance. "Try it ; it
has cured me."
VEGETINE for the complaints for which It is recom
mended, is having a Lager sale thronghont the United
States than any other one medicine. Why. Vegetine
will care the complaints. •
Gentlemen—My only objeet in giving you this test
montal is to Spread valuable information. Having been
badly afflicted with Salt Rheum,l and the wh ,le surface
of my skin being covered with pimples and eruptions,
many of which caused me great pain and annoyance.
'and knowing it to , be a blood disease, I took many of
the advertised b.ood preparations. among which was
any quantity of Sarsaparilla. without obtaining any
benefit until I commenced taking the Vegetine, and be
fore I had completed the first bottle I saw that I had
got the right medicine. Consequently. I followed on
with it until 1 bad taken seven bottles, when I was
pronounced a well man, and my skin is smooth and en
tirely free from pimples and eruptions. I have never'
enjoyed so good health before, and I attribute it all to
the use of 'Vegetine: To benefit those afflicted with
Rheumatism, I will make mention else of the Vege
tine's wonderful power of curing me of this acute corn
-plaint, of which I have gufrered so intensely.
C. H. TUCKER, Pas. Ag't Mich. C. R. R.
69 Washington St., Boston.
VEGMNE is sold by all Druggists
For the next thirty clays the undereigned will offer
Clothing, Shoes, Hate, &c., &c., at the store late of E.
2401enzie,in Montrose, at one-halt value.
DRESS GOODS, FOR THE LADIES,
at prices that will thrill them with joys
Good good;--nil wool end wrll made
than cost of cloth alone. Trinstnisqpi nod:
All goods in. store (for 80 days) will'he sold at pur
chasers prices. The sleek is fall andi complete and
those who 0111 at once will be sure or finding just what
_All embracing this °ppm tonity to clethe their fault.
Ilea will have mouty to let, and will be ratlislied with
eix per cent
Montroee. Ans. 9. 1876
Cleauisg, Deodorising, Disinfecting, *Mg.
Healing and Purifying.
It renders the coarsest skin remarkably
soft and healthful. It imparts a beautiful
smoothness to the skin, and foms in. elastic
whiteness. It cures burns, 'aids, chafing,
excoriations, roughness, tan, sun ,urn, freck
les, liver spots, chapped hands, sdres,ulcers,
dandruff, blisters on the hands and feet, itch,
ground itch, itching between the toes. itching
of the body, piles, corns. Also relieses the
itching and Irritation of biting and stinging
insects. As it is especially adapted I to the
Torten Nuaszar, and BATU-11100K, you can
take a Sulphur Bath at pleasure. For bath
ing Children, it is unequalled. Ladles who
use it in their Toilet would never do without
it. It neutralizes the odor of perspiration,
and, as an external remedy, can scarcely be
used ands. Full directions accompsiy each
package. TH:f IT. k
Price SO CU per Cake. 3 Cakes for 80 eta.
By mall 35 Cte. By mail 75 Cts.
lobar DEP6T AT
Dr. Van .I:PylceNs Office,
No, 1821 Green St., Philadelphia,
evil by sU Dragests.
11SE NO OTHEIL
Boston, Dec. 12. 1869.
the entire stock of
A. $: McCOLLITM.
Aesitinee of K. McKenzie.
cARRy NEWS ;
. CABBY TFIE - NEWS TO MARY
,FOR GOOD NEWS ro t HEAV`iiit nirithintßG!
1 .: ,
lIAVE MOVED TO 711E1R NFAV.STORg'
Where they will keep on hand the limited 'stock of .
Non's - and- Boys , Ready-Blau
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS,
HOSIERY, HATS, MILLINERY
• - GOODS, &C., ,
of all descriptions and . Welk styles.
GIVE 118 A osta. and we, will sAvn rot? MONEY.—
Terms. cash or good paper. Respecthilly.
tiNPONAL DIE" GOODS CLOTHING BYPIIORIZ.M.
BLACK AND. COLORED ALPACAS, newest. shades,
25 cents per yard,
' • , at S. P. & CO.'S Fire, National.
BLACK AND: 'COLORED CASHMERES, ail 'shades
3,, ce a n t t i ; .
.. v re a3 rl. ,
S First NStional,
BEST CALICOES,inew styles and fast co'ors. 6X cents
per yard, 4
at S. P. & CO,'S First National.
HANDSOME.HAMBURG EDGING AND 'lllB ERTING
from 10'c t eltp p p . el e
YARD WIDE BLEACHED CQTTONB,- !kola' 8 Cents
per yard ulp,
-- • at S. P. & Co.'S Pint National.
YARD WIDE FACTORY, from 73( cents per yard
• ' fi r/T.1; 41 A
BUST SifiRTINGS. nevi etYlei. 15 ete:sper yard,
. at S. P. & CQ.l6FiretNatiottal.
BOYS'. READF-MADE SUITS; from $5 up. •
at S. P. & Co.'S FlrstNational.
YOUTHS' READY-MADE SUITS, from 0.50 up,
at S. P. t CU.'S First National.
MEN'S READY-MADE SUITS, from $l3 up,
at S & CO.'S First National;
BOYS' CaSSIMERE PANTS, from $1.50 up,
at S &CO:SFiret National.
MEN'S CASSIMERE PANTS, from 6.50 up,
5 at S. P. & CO.'S FiretNational.
We shall also keep on hand Gents' and Ladies' Un
derwear,df all styles; ladies' and misses' Ready-made
statar'As assiitance to our experienced and artistic
milliner. we have engaged the services of one of the
leading trimmers in New York city.' and we guarantee
our millinery department to contain the leading etylea,
and trimmed in best city styles,
and our prices lowet
than elsewhere Remember we will keep a full assort
. ent of all classes of goods generally 'kept in first-class
stores, and our prices we warrant will be the lowest in
6usgnehanna County. Our epeciai buyer will be in
the market at all times, and procure for us the lates t
novelties. Our motto will be. ` , Juslice to all." •Bear
in mind we have a NEW STORE, NEW GOODS, and
the LOWEST CASH. PRICES IN THE COUNTY. As
an inducement to make large purchases we will deduct,
(on demand) on all cash bilis of $lO or more, five per
Come one and all _
Both great and small • • ,
• And buy your goods
At 8, P. & Co.'s First Nation-all. '
Respectfully, 8. PILLMAN &=CO.,
First National Dry GootI! and Clothing Store.;
Montrose. March 25, 1876. ,
110 R. LYONS & CO.,
CARPETS, OILCLOTHS, DRUGGET
PAPER HANGINGS AND ENAMEL
CLOTHS, COTTON YARN,
MIN GS, . •
for lest money
PLATED WARE, DRY.GOODS AND
GROCERIES, PAINTS, OILS, ,
ALL OF iDR. JAYNE'S FAMILY
CALICO; sJjc . CENTS PEft,-*TARD
Montrose, Jammu; I, 1878.
THE OLDEST HORSE SHOEIN
Susquehanna County, - -
Wee recently worn out and need up (by'constant we) in
JOHN - GROVES' SHOP,
Having been In tuse over 36 'env' as stand for prese
man's •'Citgute," made by Jabez Prink In-1885. when
It was bought , by William Fordham for tailoring busi
ness which has been carried on successfully ever since.
He now announces to the publle that he bas the Fall
Fashions and can , ezeel in all kinds of work in his .
Childrens' suite and cuttirg with general directions,
to all how to purchase goods and have them made tip,
Old customers will come and'be happily greeted. New
ones solicited. • Respectfully. ,
*Montrose. Aug. 9,0.876. 32w4
- _ . •
BY.STONE ACAD. .EMY.Thsi ..eigfith T
ytor commences on the first Tuesday in Septeni.
her. The. fail term 'Clone `on Abel- Tuesday before
:,The winter . term ..clininiences. on the
drat Tuesday after.. Thankighing. Courses of study
hill and complete. -.Expenseentodsrate.„ For catalogue
or lntonuatton address,. JA3IgI3 yawl,
June 14,1876.-4 m. irftetoryTtile, Pik
AiirY EVtltYlif6DiT ELSE i
,a _ .~,
7 4X f. • - -; •
rALLmits & co
.RECEIVED LARGE ADDITiONS
TO 'THEM STOCK OF
B. R. LYONS it: . CO.i
. ,~.:_ -.
1 ,4:14.. .PARTRIDGE COCHENS,
-.PLYMOUTH = RO.CS%,
AND , HOUDANS
Eggs, !or - -s3_ per 13.
larYoting Folpirle for sale after Aignst let, 11376, at
reasonable prices.- No, tnferior •aime,lmens ' shipped
from my yards.
White VochetiClst premium at. Jersey Fair (Berry
stock.Y guff Cochens. Berry & Wiltisme
No eireplars. Write for what is wanted.and prop
replys.will be given. Apreer. - • .
Mirc.h t 9,
30. a. "P. 3E:b1:73FL1:P"52'.1
WAGONS, dARRIAGHS, &
BUGGY, cONCORD, PIVETON, A.NI
EVENERS: SINGLE AND DOUBLE
BODIES, OF,'THE fA.TEST STYLES
9 BBING, ' &c., DONE PROMPTLY
E. T. PURDY.
1:t. CO M 1-6 Si.
The largest stock of Trimmed Sao to
be found in tbe city at tbelowest prices.
The Nicest and most) , Stylish Hats and
'Bonnets in the city at ROZELLETi. -
The LA.uGEt3T CHEAPICEIT stock Old
dies Calm 'ottk - side ot New York city, all to
be found at ROZELLF:IB. Don'i forgot it,
that ROZELLE is sellinki the very, lowest he
Discounts all the, rest of the
FRENCH MILLINERY, •
Ai ANHOOD : HOW -LOST, HOW
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well's Celebrated Esmar the radical ars
(without medicine) of 8 atorrhes or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impoten
cy Mental and Physical incapacity, Impealments to
Mirriage, etc. ; also, Consumption, Epilepsy and Pits,
induced by self-indnlgence or sexual extravagance, La.
WPrice, in a seared envelope, only six cents.
The celebrated author. in this admirable essay,elestr
ly demonstrates. 'rem a thirty years' successful pre.-
tics, that the alarming consequences of self-abuse may
• be radically cured without the dangerous use of intern
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outs mode of cure at once simple, certain, and effecto
'al, by means of which every sufferer. no matter what
hla condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, pri
mataltTand radically. , •
This Lecture should be in the bands of every.
, youth and every man in the land
Sent under-seal, In a plain envelope, to any addrie,
post-paid, on receipt of six cents or two post stamps.
Address the Publishers,
• i ,' , P. Brugman & Bon i ,
41 Ann St., New York ; Post °Mee Box, 4146..
July 12, 146. ,
C. C.. GILBERT,
,Ciceat Bend, Ps.
Montrose, Jobe 7,1876.
97 I BINGHAMTON, I ST
Canal et. • N.Y. ' (;Coati
Binghamton, N. Y.. April 19,1876.-1y.43.
I W. CLARK, PRACTICAL
`lll CHINNI' •AND GUN SMITII4
Bat located on Public Avenue, (basement Of,
"Sayre's store building) where be is prepared to do au
kinds of Gun Smithing, Sewing Mabbine repairing.SaW
Piling. Lock repairing and all light mechanical; obs oa
short notice, and on as reasonable terms as can bp'
dOne elsewhere. • Al! work warranted.. Orders by Mei
promptly attended to. Year patrons. e Is toolleitee..,
and satisfaction guaranteed. J. W. %ARK.
Montrose, Aug. S, Inn
M: McKenzie having assigned all his estate to the no
dersigned in trust for creditors, All _persons indebted
by book account or otherwise are requested to make
immediate settlement, and all having claims Agablst
the estate will please present them to
- A. S. itcCOLLIIM.
- Assignee of. E. Mc Kenzie.
:r Montrose, Aug. 9,lB'i'B. tivr4
ARM FOR SALE.
The subscriber offers hie farm for sale, MMUS
Forest. Lake, containing 65 acres 80 improved. Wilt
keep twelve , cows, and a tea u, Well watered, Is sin
a good grain farm, Has anice young orchard. Terms
*ill be made easy. For further.particulars-eaCar
address, AARON RNYNOLD
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