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'Some time ago a young man and his sweet.
heart straggled into an ittoineyiofficiand ask
ed If the juitice of the peace was at home.
The young limba ot 'the law were sitting inside
"reading , a newspaper and took in the situat ion
Qne sa i d . Yo sir , what cau Ido
for your 1 •
"Well, you see, Emaline 'and, me want to git
P 4 I, see ; yon wish to get married; and You ,
want-to be sure the tinui is done, properly,
and 'everything all straight,! 'eh 7 is that it
"Web,. I suppoSe"=L (- •
. "Very well ; $5 if you. plea*," said the
.young man, extending his band ; $5 is my is
' Ofec." -
:.the young man - forked Over the V, ap4 said :
"Now drive ahead ?squire." ,
• The youthful aeon of Blackstone excused
himself fOr`arew inomnts, stepped Out to a jus
tice of the Peace, and taking, him one side, said:
cousin is here 'from the country, and
wauts to - get married; 'Comp, tip and dO the
job, will you ?"
Tbgether they' entered the offlce,nnd while
the.ceremony was going Itorward, the lawyer
applied himself to the work of transfortning\a
page of legal cap into S manuscript. After the,
holy bonds of wedlock had been properly
Welded, and the marriage, certificate duly sign
ed and witnessed the jusiice requested the - sum
Of $1.50 as hi 4 fee. The\ young man was as
tonished. 1 Ile said :
"Why, I thought"—
"That's all right'," broke in• the attorney,
'that's all right, pay him " t ,
Why, look here ; I just gave you to pay
for the business, didn't I ?"
"That my dear sir," said , the youthful, count
selor, smiling blandly, and deprecating the
young man's Ignoranee, "thEin was a (retainer ;
and here, sir, is my opinion,'written out,, guar
anteeing the marriage to 'have been perfectly,
formal and legal' in all respects I"
The - countryman, in a dazed and be
pocketed .the opinion, paid the justice ,
his tee, and went, out, seeming ashamed to
Oink he didn't know \that a Marriage would ,
be utterly void prdeee uppoyted by an }atom
ey's opinion. - .
HOW HE CAME TO SEE THE LENTEN
While .I was sitting in the Centennial grounds
-the other day, says a corresponaent,there saun
tered, into the room a little boy, poorly but
neatly dressed, whose bright face attracted me.
"Do you know," sail I, "what' picture that
i"That's the old Liberty Bell," -
"AMI that.?" pointing te another.- -
"That's old Independence Hall."'
I got him to ' write - his nami in \ the visitors'
book - in a neat, childish hand-i" Willie Fergu
son, Memphis, Tenn."
. I exclaimba: - "What are you all the way,
from Tennessee ? 'How did you come on r
"A min' brought me' on, lkut when we !got
to . Pittsburgh• he• left me; and 'I came over by
"Did you papa and mamma come, too ?"
Badly he said : "I have no ather and moth
" Had you any money ?"
"No ; I told the . conductors I wanted to
see - the Centennial, and they brought me ofl."
"Well, wha*, are you -doing now, and where
do you live ?" ,
"I livelin a „Ng boarding house on Belmont
avenue, over there, and I wish dishes, scour
knives and do chores."
"How did you get into the Centennial ?" said
"Why, I paid my 6 . 11: Lcents ilikeanybody
"How are you going to t home r
"WhirjUst the way I came with a bright,
twinkle of . hik clear blue 'eye. -
"And; pray, how old : may:you be r s
"Twelve years • old, and I came to see the
Centennial." • - • r:
And all thetime .he .was ,standing with one
little brownhand - oa Air back of the chair, the
-other: in his-, pocket; with a broad briinnied chat
stuck-right.on the back of his curly head. With
a few:more questions on my: part, to which he
answeredthat-: he. hoped:to be &watch Maker
when he grew up to be a man,be bade us good
bye and started off again.T
STORY OF ASOOK AGENT.
bobk agent rwently met with a serious ac
cident in the.„suburbs of La Crosse. He was
walking alOng the railroad when a freighttrain
came along. The unfortunate man was struck
by pe engine and knocked directly across the
track, myna fiftf-three cars passitig over hini.—
' He was then tumbled own a bank 800 feet
high, over stones and„ tumps and jcu3t.as be
got to the edge i of the river he struck against a
pile-driyer thaewas at work, and, his head ly
ing on the top of the pile for a minute or, two,
the ponderous hammer , descended, striking \ hiM
on the cheek, bruising his face somewhat. , i
'The shock .rolled - liim ' into .the.river just as
an up river packet .was . : passing, and by some
: mishap the mifoitunate , man was entangled in
one of the *heels, and whirled 'round and
round !lb for, an w and a half before lie was'dis
toVered and , released. He was picked up near
' ly senseless and removed , ,to the cabl6, where
hie wants were supplied. After he had eaten a
hearty meal he was appioaehed by the captain,
who asked ":, I - r'" x ,
. .. 4,,
- "-Is here anything that you 'Arould like to
r. • ,
' have -.
'- , - I
~,,,, 4 .:„, ,
no" replied the caliir4iii'ifthere is
nothing but this— , , /9 - -;-. 1, ' , -'''. -
'What 1 what 1" ejacttlo4kttb,o2:j'aiptain o
- Awhat is it ?" '- ' 4R4:, 15.,5', -- ,...:',.1..1..;k,
The book agent smilleeftweitly as "lie pro
' eased a subscription lis t ia i
--_l3ubseribe fotthat beautiful boot entitled
°The poisoned Gum: 14%***qr 'the Candy Wo
und)* *vengq", by, the
,ctuthq. of 'Jones, the
Buttelhotijitakee" . ' ''' 4 ' ''
i. W STOCK OF MEWS',
!CLOTHING, , ,
ea to suit the hard times,
Also a flaw lint of
HATS igiz CAPS,
ND SHOES, YANKEE
NS, FANCY GOODS,
No charges for showing our goods
Cheap for mph
'FOR 187 ;'
lour; presses , a large assortment of
Icy job type,-bordere, inks, papers,
i,d 'experienced workmen, we are
plain and fa
cards. etc., a
prepared to I
Kinds of Job Work
'EbT PRICES. Promptly upon.
if order, (b3i mail or otherwise,) •
Nve -can furnish
Wedding ,Invitations •
ill Beads, Statements, Note Heads,
Its, Snow Cards, Admission' Tick
. TiCkets,, Law Blanks, AOction
arge Posters, Small Posters,
abels,lliug Cards, Address
I siness Cards, Invitation Cards,
ic uSiness Circulars, Wrappers, Tags
etc., 'etc. •
HAWLEY; & CRUMB,
_ --- Democrat Office.„
ut ttie, LU
Cards, 8 . ,
I: , A' 'i I' ALE!.
i ILFORD TOWNSHIP.
igned executor of the estate of Simeon
• 'd, offers for tale the farm of said deced•
i a mile north of the Moxley church, New
de ut : i2 d b t l ?ratl,ferde,ndnr g:ostelct
' \ dispose
of said facet; and will sell On
EASY TERMS. .
r particulars inquire of the subscriber at!
' ess , New Milford, Pa.
E. A. ALDRICH.
1 Dauchy k. Go.
• The ttnde
Van Fleet. d
liftlfordl to •
well water •
tion. I mue
P. 0. Add ,
ney Cards 11 styles with name 10 ets:
is wanted. J. B. Busted, Nassan.N.Y. 32
TS"We have in press a new cam l
paign book by a College Pres. L
y. '5O eta. Will secure outfits and territory'
,Pnb. 805 Broadway, N. Y. 82.
L. D. Big •
B. B. Tap.
S If you want the best selling ar
tide. in the world and solid gold
r watch, free of cost write at once to J.
04'767 Broadway, N. ) . 32
I. YES His Life and- Publio_Servicei.
Complete and reliable. sndoreed
60OrCe8. Rare Chaiice for Agents. Sa
ry,at once. For Circulars and term ad
• • R CITY PUBLISHING CO.. Pinta. 32
Companies in want ofequipmeat and suppliesshoud
deal direct with the manufacturer. Hata, Cape, Belts,
Shirts, &e. The cheapest house in the business. Cat
alogues free. A.t the old Ann of 32
ANI)ERS N & JONES, 19S Grand St.;
GENTS WANTED FOR THE GREAT
•It sells f i citer than any other book. One agent, sold 6
copies in m e ay.. Send for our extra terms to agents
NATIONAL. PUBLISHING CO., Pniladelphia. 82,
tTM COLDS, HOARSENESS,
D .tttL THROAT DISEASPQI
: CARBOLIC TABLETS.
IT UP ONLY 1N BLUE BOXES. i
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
Drug g ious generally. And
Holloway & Co. • Philadelphia, Pa.
WHERE NOW ? :187,6
gall, one of the foremost, flourishing an
WHAT FOR ? •
To bni.a Farm cut of the •
,ne Million Acres
ming lands for Fale by the Grand Ra
Indiana R. R. • -
Strong, Soils. Ready Markets, tare Crops. Good
Schools, R. R, runs through centre of grant. Settle
ments all along. All kinds of Products raised. Plenty
of wster4 timber and building materials. - Price from
$4 to $lO per acre ; one fourth down, balance on time
• fartiend i for illustrated pamphlet, full of facts and
figures and be convinced. Address I
W. A. HOWARD, Comm'r.
134-0-o-* Grand Rapids Minh.
'IERCE, Bec'y Land Deputy.
_ , -
VATERs7 erANos, Grand, - Squirre ,
and Upright are-the best made • the 'rain,
Touch, Workmanship and , durability uueur
,OhGANS, Concerto, New
Orchestral; Vesper, Chapel, Clariona, Ordn.-
trion Alhimes,and Centennial Concerto: Chimes,
e.anno be excelled in tone or beauty. - The
Conce to,Stop is a fine imitation of . the2Hubitin
Voice. The Orchestrion and Centennial i Or
gans lave two and one-half Octaves of Bells
tunedjn perfect harmony with the reeds, and.
In Algr . o passages, their effect is magical ,and
electrifying. Warranted tor six years. Prices
extreinely lows for cash. Monthly installments
received. A liberal discOunt to Teacheis, Min
isters, Churches, Siihools, Lodges, etc. Travel
ling agents wanted. Special inducements to :
the trade. illustrated catalognes mailed, Bee•
and h ti Viallo2 and Organs . t great bargains.
Ho 'Waters & Bons, 481 Broadway, New
iork,lianufactitrers and Dealers,
General Agents for B. Shoninger Organ Co.,
New Haven, tit:, and sole and, exclusive agents
for the sale of their Organs in the. States :of
Nair York: New Zeriey, Pennsylvania, Ohio,
Ind awe , and Ilichliput. , , ..,; . as
just received in
HY - FLOWER BLOOM IN
Are;yoti aware that you can obtain Summer heat in
January ? That you can impart balmy air -to you
fatnilies ? that you can give spontaneous gTowth to
plants and Flowers, and that you- can make home a
little paradise by. ptirchasiog one of 13. O. Sayre's Hot-
Air Furnaces.?.`These Furnaces are now constructed
with VAPOR PAN by which - the atmosphere islem
. eyed to that resembling Summer heat. •
i b MOR,E CRACKING OF MIMI-
TtEE T NO MORE.PRY
HUSKY HEAT. • \
An te tithe has come when consumptives a rel .
in h coal fires. These - furnaces are sold entir m ely y
-4 their own merits, aed are. now the leading Furnace
this, part of the country. All Furnaces are warrant
to give entire satisfaction or no sale.
T. 7 Pt 'N. C
I keep competent men on the road whoare well ac
quainted with the Furnace business and they are con
stantly putting up these Furnaces. Their work JR war
ranted to please. These Furnaces are now scattered in
the following towns and cities:
Bingtis.mton, Scranton, Providence, Wilkes Barre.
Kingston, Pittston,' Elmira, Waverly, Williamsport,
Great Bend, ' Snspnehmna - Depot. Hancock, Delhi,
pownaville, Andes, Maigaretville, Franklin, Unadilla,
Owego, Northumberland, and many other towns.
, Any person wishing a recommendation from any one
lying in the above named places, I will gladly, cot res•
loud with them, giving name •of parties
• now using
B. C. SAYRE,
Montrose, - December - 22d. 011376
LUMBER YARD !
In order to better accommodate the community, the
undersigned has, established a depot for the -sale of
Lumber Manufactured at hit newly-erected building on
the:Old Beeler tannery Site, in the I , •
where will be kept constantly on band. A full stock o
WHITE AND YELLOW PINE, HEMLOCK
OAK, ASH, MAPLE AND BLACK
which,with the aid of the most improved machiney and
competent workmen, is preparedto work intoany rhape
to meet the wants of Customers.
WELL SEASONED LUMBER, MeV - MING SIDING,
FLOORING. CEILING. SHINGLE AND.
LATH CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Planing, Matching; Mouldings. and Scroll Sawing
done to order.
WAGON, CARRIAGES & SLEIGH
fli‘\ tii 41114 if) :4'4
in connection.wit a the above establiehmeut. under the
management of Mr. E. H. Rogers. Examine oni work:
before leaving your orders elsewhere! Repairing done
Montrose, September 29th, '11875.
N EW ARRANGEMENT
The Peonlo's Storol
L N. HULLARb, PROPRIETOR.
. HlCNYON.Drugglet & Apothecary.
G. *II :10
The undersigned would respectfullyannounce to all
the people everywhere, that to his already extensiv
stock and variety of Merchandise in the Grocery, PrO
He has added a vt ry choice assortment of PURE
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES, PER
FUMERY, &c.. which he flatters himit If be can assure
the public they will find it to their advantage to exam
ine before purchasing elsewhere. Tu all Physicians in
this section of the county- he would respectfully an
nounce that he hassecnred the services of R. Kenyon .
as Druggist and Apothecary, i; hose long experience and
acknowledged care and ability. entitle him to your en
tire confidence in the line of compounding medicines
or preparing prescriptions, and who would also esteem
it an especial favor to receive calls from any of his old
-nstomers or new ones. Will make the Patent Medi
/Ines a specialty. Also Domestic and Foreign Mineral
Waters—an extensive stock. Also An e G roceries— •
LEIBIG'S EXTRACT OF BEEF, FRESH SALMON
PICKLED it CANNED CLAMS, LOBSTERS,
TEAS, CORN, BEANS. OYSTERS, /to., dm.
In fact, anythingand evcrythi ng that twordinarilyneed
ed. Respectfully soliciting a call lremain
Powder! Powder!. Powder
Bbusting, Rifle and Sbot Powder, Shot, Lead, Gun
-Tubei Cape ; -Pouches, 'Flasks, Fuse, itc. t _
84 4 ,It,o„ for tale -
Montrose, Sept: 9, 1874—tf.
: Q,4NIBVS LINE.
dersigned has an omnibus line runoing,to es
y trait. L. & W., and Erie Railways ai
Shippko4 . _ '.or-:. ; Re7Shipping- i .:
at either depot will beptemptly attended to.
The new river bridge is now comple4d, hence there
16,40 ferrying. • • „ - .
alwarll4o 6 7 Ingeso l3 4 er li o, . , a* .P 4 ki n t
U. BUCHANAN . . Prop't.
Grist Bend. ingje9i 1014.-rif. I ;Li
HEART OF TOWN
R. ELLEN - E. MITCHELL ;
eician and Surgeon; graduate of the Woman
Medical College of , the N. Y. - - Infirmary, then resi
dent physician for a year in the . Woman's illospital in
N. Y. : after fotir yearn' _ practice in Fon dtaac. Wis
located in Montrose.- tipccial attention
given to diseases of women , and children. 'Office at
the foot of Main Street, - in the' old David Post home
Montrose. Dec. 15,1875.-*--13m.n50
TT. D. BALDWIN; M. D., }IODIC&
pathic. Physician apd Burgeon. heti lcicated
himself at Montrose. where he will attend promptly to
all professional business entrusted to :
IMP"Office in Carman's building. second floor, - front.
Boards at Mr. B.• Baldwin's. , , ' •
Montrose, Pa.. Match 10,1875.'
'IIR. ' . W. "SMITH., DENTIST.---
ii.." Rooms at his dwelling, next door north of Dr.
Halsey's, on Old Foundry street, where he would be
happy to see all those in want of Dental Work. He
feels confident that he can Pletse all. both In quality of
work and in price. Office boars from 9 A. x. to 4 r• K.
Montrose. Feb. 11, 18'I4-4f I
VALLEY HO USE; GREAT BEND
Pa. Situatedliair the Brio RaliWay Depot.—
Is a large and comModions - house. Has undergone a
thorough repair. Newly furnished rooms and sleep
ingapartments,splendid tables.and all things eoinpris•
lug a Met class hotel, ; • ELENRY AcKP. WP,
Sept. 10th.1818.-t f. Proprietor.
BILLINGS sTilourl, FIRE AND
Life Insurance-Agent. All business attended to
promptly,on fair terms . Office drat door east of the
bank of Wm. Li. Cooper & Co.,?nblicAvenne,Mont
rose. Pa. - [Aug.1,1869.]
Jaly 17, 1872. BILLINGS STROUD.
THE PEOPLE'S MARKET, PHIL-
A. -lip Hahn Proprietor. Fresh and !salted Meats,
Hams, Potk,Vologna tiatoage,etc.,of the best qual
ity, constantly on hand. at prices to snit.
Montrose, Pa., Jan. 14. 11178.-1 Y
EDGAR A. TURRELL. •
c3uNsaLLOR4T LAW, _
No. 170 Broadway,Now York City.
May 12. 1874.- 1 3 f) •
VITTLES AND. BLAKESLEE, AT
torueys at Law, Montrose, Pa. Office opposite
the Tarbell House
hiontrose.Oct. - 15,187e.
AW. COOLEY,' BUILDER,
• STILL ON THE TRACK I
Every style of buildings erected, and everything
furntehed, at enisTLY - REDUCED Paten. Contra'cts
cheerfully furnished. Stair building a specialty. None
but experienced workmen tolerated. ' jan .20,115.
*.ontrose,, March 12.1876.-41
W B. • DEANS, DEALER IN
• Books. Stationery, Wall Paper, Newspa
pers, Pocket Cutlery, Stereoscopic Views, Yankee
Notions, etc. Next door to the Post Office, ] Montrose,
W. B. DEANS-
Sept". SO.' 1874, _ •
EIC.CILiNGE HOTEL." M. J. HAR
rington wishes to inform the public that 'hiving
rented the Exchange Hotel in Montrose, he is now
prepared to accommodate the traveling public in
'Montrose, .Ang.2B, 1878.
BURRITT, DEALER IN STA-
ple and Fancy Dr, Goods, Crockery, Hard
wale. Iron, Stoves, Drage. Oils, and. Paints, Boots
and Shoes. Bats and , Caps, Furs, Buffalo Robes; aro
caries. Provisions &c.
Now Miltord.l4.,Nov 6. '
OHN GROVES, FASHIONABLE
tr Tailor, Montrose, Ps. Shop over Chandler's
Store'. Ali orders filled In first-class style. Cutting
done to order 'on short notice, and warranted to lit.
Montrose. June SO. "15.-
DR. D. A. LATHROP, ADMlNlS
tereElectro Thermal Baths, at the Foot of
Chestnut street. Call and consult in all Chronic
LE WIS KNOLL, SHAVING AND
hair Dressing. Shop in Searle's new building',
belowr Express (Mice, where he will he found ready
to attend all who may want anything in hie line.
Montrose Pa. Oct. 18, 1869.
FT. PURDY, MANUFACTURER
• of wagons of all kinds. Also makes a specialty
of wood work for sale. Repairs promptly attended to.
Uses only bestatock, and alms to make only flirt-class
work. - [sprit 28,1876.)
DR* W. I. RICHARPSON, PHYSI
clan and Surgeon, tendera hiiprofess tonal s er
viCes to the citizens of Montrose and vicinity. (Mice
at his rasiderCe ,on the corner emit of the Foun
dry . fAng.l, 1869.
QCOVILL AND DEWITT, ATTOR
noys at Law and Solicitors irillankruptcy. Office
o. 49 ConrtStreet. over City National Bank, Bing
na wren , N "
.1. . Wx. H. Scoirat,
Jane 18th, 1813 • Jsaons DEWITT.
EAGLE DRUG STORE, IS TR
plsc,e to get Drugs and Medeineejligare, To
bacco, Pipes. Pocket-Books, Spectales. Yankee No
tions.-&c. Brick MOO • A. B. BURNS.
Montrose, PC,lday sth, 18711.
F. FITCH, ATTORNEY AND
Jl-41 CouncellOr-at-law Montrose, Pa. Office as
herettifore, below and west of the Court Home.
Montrose, January -27,1875.-Iy.
V 1 A. LYON. SITOQESSOR TO
ILL • Abel Tamil, dealer in Drugs. Medicines,
Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Teas, Spices,
Fancy Goods. Jewelry, Perfumery, &c.
Montrose, May 19.1575. •
T C. WHEATON
CIVILENOINEER ,ARD LAND SURVEYOR, •
P.O. address. Franklin Forks.
Snsquehanua Co., Pa.
4. WARREN, ATTORNEY; AT
Law, , Boanq,- Back 1 4 fty; Peniton %Id Ex
en.alon Claims attended to. - : Of!icy fist • oor
T. LOTT; ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JL: • Montrose. Pa. Collections promptly Attended
to.. Special attention given :to Conveyancing and Or:
plume Court practip. Office on Public Avenue over
First National Bank, back. (march 29, "16.]
I. N. BIM ARD.
VWILSON J. TURREL, SURVEYOR.
having had 20 years experience in the business,
will continue to attend to calls in my profession.
Montrose, Pa., Sept. 15,15.-Iy*
W SMITH, CABINE'r. AND
• Chair Manufacturers; Afoot litai k etreet,
Montrose,Pa. tang. i:1869-1
W.7BE,ARLE; - ATTORNEY:- AT
• Law, ofilOo-trierlite — Store of M. DAssauer,
in the irickl . 3,lo.ck.„Mont;osof Pa.; 1,-'69.1
e,(RIFFTS & SAYRE, DEALERS IN
Hardware, Iron, Nails.' tlonseternishieGoods,
Groceries and Provisions, W ood, Stone, Jappaued and
Pressed Tin Ware, &c., &c. march 15, "hi:
. & `:A. H. liinCOLLUM, Air
y_ • , foram. at Law. Office ,cover 'W. H. Cooper &
Co's Hank. Montrose. Pa. May 10, 1871.—tf • .
0. CAMP, . ATTORNEY AT
• Law, Montrose, Pa. Office over Wm". H. Cooper
& Co.'s Bask. • ,
Montrose, Pa., 1hn.50, 1870r—lys
ra.I.LBIRT` S. JOHNSON ,
lotarch 29, .- • ;14 .',lto*rele. Ps
- pef „Law f ', - Office StOre t
Mick •Block:;"' 4' 4 :"..ItoistrOri' rit:' ilium it; '711611.
v 4) jejjno )
/ 4 lingo
S.POTTER, DENTIST, WISIIEs
.11.—de to inform the people of , Montrose and Vicinity
That he is permanently lccated, in the second story et f
r.ltamp's neiv bnilding; opposite Cooper's Bank. Ali
kinds - of Dental Work done in the best manner.
N. 8.-Nltrond Oiide, Laughing Gars, given for th e
painless extraction of teeth.
Montrose, April Btb,
BACON, WILL - HEREAFTER
• •, - ittrnish the citizens of Monitose and Vicinity,
with ling-elm Bread. Busenit,• Rolls Pies, Cakes and
CookleP, Tarts, &c., &c., - c. Parties and Weddings
*applied, and quality guaranteed. or-Dining Rooms
up stairs, where Geo. Callis will be tonna ready to eat
leiy the cravings of the inner man.
Montrose, 'May 8d 1876. B. BACON.
EW MILFORD MACHINE SHOP, N All kinds of machinery made, or furnished to or.
der. Repairing promptly attended to.
New , Mtlford;Mav 17.1876.—1 y, YO 1.3118 SHULTZ.
1 / 11 CROSSMON,, ATTORNEY
ift' Lai , . Office over the First liatto t
Rink, Montrose,Pa. W. A. Onossxos.
Montrose. April 19; 1876.—tf.
PITA MAN & Co., FIESTsNA
k."• ttonal Bank Building,, Montrare. Pa„ Dcale ze
Dry Gooda, Clothing;3ll;hnery Goode, Boots & Shoe
,&c., *ft& • jAPi l 21S. '76.—tf; s,
WM. IL COOPER & CO.,
GENERAL BANKING. BUSINESS - DONE,
COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL
POINTS AND PROMPTLY ACCOUN
TED FOR AS HERETOFORE;
R. B. LITTLZ,
am. P. LITTLE,
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN EX
CHA.N GE FOR SALE :
• - ‘,)
BANKING :: 1013 SE
UNITED STATES & OTHER BONDS
- BOUGHT AND SOLD.
COUPONS AND CITY AND COUNTY
BANK CHECKS CASHED AS
OCEAN STEAMER PASSAGE TICK
ETS TO AND FROM EUROPE.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON SPECIAL
TIME DEPOSITS, AS PER AGREE
MENT WHEN THE DEPOS
IT IS MADE. •
In the futuro, as in the past, we shall endea
or to transact 'all money business to the sat'
faction of our patrons and correspondents.
,WM. M. COOPER & CO.,
Montrose, March 10 '7s.—tf. Bankers.
SUSQUEHANNA' COUNTY. AGRI
Having been reorganized under the Inn, name, ant
style of Susquehanna County Agricultural
su, - Works, limited,
R.JEWETT, Pres , W. H. COOPER; Treas,
D. 8A1413, Secretary. -
Are now prepared to tami eh, on short notice,
CIROMAR SAW MILLS, TURBINE
And do all kinds of mill and job work promptly and
satisfactorily. at low rates. We manufacture and have
on hand a large assortment of
OW Q OF IMPROVED
IJ PATTERNS. •
CAULDRON KETTLES of different styles,
ADJUSTABLE BARN DuOR HANGINGS,
MEADOW ROLLERS, BLACKSMITHS'
FORGES POTS and GRATES, DOG POW
ERS for churning, One and Two Horse POW
ERS ant THRESHERS;of the latest and best
patterns, &c., &c.
Montrose, March 1, 1876.
/We nld call the attention of the Public wantier
ANYTHING IN THE MARBLE LINE
to OUR WORKS at
SUSQUERANNA DEPOT, PA.,
'Bein g the only Marble Wnrke In the Conety.ir
AU Work Warranted as Represented
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