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neck and her eyes peer, 6i, to mine. "You what haminess was until you came. I was'
will not toll?" very wickid, I know . ; Deborah there is f
How 001 I answer .her ? . thinking lie More Wicked still for avow
"D'eborith,-'dear," Deborah;". she cries ingit. Bit this is the end Of all."
again,' putting her lipseltise to my cheek. In her 'lad, eyes stands the . ghost of
How still the room is usher voice falls. the dead and gone -spast. Mr.. Paine,
Hoi'qiiiee if is matside--how quiet. looking dovn mi *her with strange passion
%NO," I say shortly it
will not- tell catches up'iist breath with a sob.
unless I atn forced. to it, Ottalie ; under- "Jasper. ;asper 1 Only. forgive Me." ,
stand that:"- , The silence" is dreadful. I can't bear
After a'little whild she' gets tin and these scenei; I was not made for them:
goes slowly towards the r iloor. follow Her head fats in' despair. All in a mo
her. ment he fold?. her to him. •.
• "Ottalie," begio. ,She stops and "Irtbat be , true, if you do love me,
looks over her shoulder, half angril y , why, the n aliwill be well.' _Why should .
• half. entreatinglt. . ' he stand beiveen us'?—that.base, bad
"Hush," she says. "I; ant,forgetting at, man who haswrecked your life , ?"
—that. You said I might be happy-- , , I put. out icy :hand, aghast. Ottalie,
just a little while." II• --\\ 'aghast toe, tire's her _white face to him
"Then'," I say, 'bewildered out of my, ' , s ,
equaninaity, "you Wilt be the arst person "Don't you lee that it is not an.ordinary
who was ever made happy joy acting a case:?" he "What does it signify—
lie." ' '‘ that a few carting Puritans may carp at
Ottalie turns a sacred faCe upon me, it ?,;Ottalie, ny dear one, come with me,
moans, and escapes from the room.' .I call make pu happy now ar:l
What a culpable woman lam ! Bribed ways."
iyith a kiss to promise ! But—poor Otte- He waves nu aside. I steed aside; and
IPrAnd what a miserable 'mood . she is wait. It seemi to me like . eternity,
in 1 I hear. ''ber voice , ringing out, over ; , but I'knove I can trust Ottalie.
head: "`Et ivresse, l'fvrepse,i'ivitsse, et. She freee hirself , slowly from
rainaur" , I • "Good-bye dew ,love ,' shewhispers.
,Not an-.exalted sentiment, is it, reader ! !Good- b'ye r tie i eglioes. "What do
—and. for Sunday nileht I Well, she. you mean . ? 'Yin cannot, you will not,
learned it in a hard- sandol; this , ' poor
..Send me away, Ottalee--" . •
Ottalie of mine. F "I am his- T -wte,":Slie --whispers, draw
-1 toss and turn my night away. 'Otta• ing a long, quivering breath. •
lie, I fancy; does the same, When ,she' "It is. a pity you did not remember
sits down to breakfitt4 I her fade is pale e that sooner," sayi, his angry mood
her eyes" are encircled by purple rings. returning, Bui the next moment he is
We scarcely speak. to one another,' drawing her_tohim again. "Remember
Later, I came into. the inoth again it before you' Owed with me."
with my thingi on, look at her, and know it," shesa.ye, humbly. "But
. wait. • if I played wits you it was . dangerous
"I am not going out," 'she says; so 1 c l a y ; for—l thnk I have wounded my
leave her sitting at the ,witidow.. l ll‘she self to death." -
is happy, ehe is a better 'adtress than I "Ottalie ; forrive• me," he cries ;
thought—She hides it so well. think .I.,am goirg Mad. \ Ottalte---"
For three hours 'do I Ppoke jelly fish "N6,,ri0, - no I don't tempt me, please,"
with the end of, rny t sunshade.
,Batjelly she eobs, leaving him where, he stands.
fish. are phlegmatic, and the sun, is hot. "Go; Mr.-pains ; please . go, for - all is over.
• In the course of time it becomes nrinnot:: And i would atk you to forget me if—
onous, and I rise and go hineward, but DO' dollgtio'gek.llle quite," she break:,
.A 8 I cleee Our gate. I hear I Jasper off, wit hi a cry pains; "not quite. Only
Dame's voice. S•eme..itnes it has struck try not to—to dame me more than you
mews being musical, , but now it fairly ' eau help."
sets my teeth on edge'. What 'does it all • Her tears break out at last between the
'mean ? Has she toldslhersell? 'Well, it dry sobs. His oily. 'answer is to snatch
May be better, I think;l' as . " walk in. her to , him, and kss her frantiCally—her
Ottalie is bolt upright near the pian,o\'; face, her-slendertands, even her hair.
,and Mr. Daine is tramping up and down oG o ,”
, B h• e ga sps out:, "please go,
the room. He comes to, aistidden pause Jasper:,
• before me. t _ • Add go he does.- 'And the next morn
" What is the atter r i'askinot in ing, before Sane ii well astir, Ottalie and
the least because I require information. I arid mip boxes go off_ like the shame
think he guesses this, he eyes me' in faced things - we are. , •
: an extremely unpleasant way- The h.iashcfre anie.'More sand and few
" The matter! It is this, he says, in er houszsthan at Sone; we are 100 miles
his harsh voice ; "first (eight I Was)ead trom that desired. spot. Sone aria not
to believe your sister would ;bet mY af- much ;' but this—who shalt deepribe
fianeed•wife ; nay, thatebewas.• iTo-day 'dreariness?' Sometimes I think; I can
ashen I ask her about our wedding' day, pot bear it. 'lt Is, the fag-end of the
• she tells me is already L--married. world hardly"anythina but the light-
That is all that 'is the - matter, 'Miss house to see. Weeks h ave a passed since
• we cameo the signs of winter are at hand.'
I untie my bat ( st r i ngs and , sit downs; •What shall we
_do whe.ri winter` comes ?
I have not the least idea what else to do. lam sitting on the 'doorstep, and Ottalie
°Forgive rife," she Isays, \or , rather is \ walking up and down / as . if she, had
moans, coming a few steps nearer hini, been wound up and ,warranted to go
with sacred pittful face. \ , many hourii • her eyes are fastened
"For drawing me son ! For making a the sea, and iter long skirt stirs the leaves
fool of me, • For allowing me to - love,yon that lie dead on the path.. '
as I havenever ..loved mortal yet. ' And "I'd just as soon be in my grave its_ to
when I know not 'whether Ito believe this
.be here," 1. groaned—Or fit truth all
strange assertion, and ask what your! 'thinsgs wear a.cruel aspect - 4) me to day.
.• name is—and why, if you are married, Ottalie' " stops to speak. flborah,den't
you have tet me call you' Miss Peyre, Missplease, don't. We must stay here. 'lt is
Ottalie- s -you refuse to speak. Madam; I, a safe ' retreat ; no one knows it.' -"
appeal to you,' he adds; turning fiercely sometimes .l fear I am not' a
. good wo
to ine,"is this the way to treat a gentle man : that you know I am not. I am
• , man ? Have I, or halve lirt,ll.right to afraid to, risk temptation aga n. Some
ask an explanation . ?" times wonder whether, if he," her voice ,
Tell him, Deborah, ' tae him all,' elie sank, and she turned 'her,. pale, thin face
says, trembling. 1 \r • toward me, "if he were to find me and
Butßutt, hold. my peace stubbornly; ask me the same, thing, I should have
feel angrY with - ieverythiux aim every- the strength to say no again. Oh, my ,
body. Her own led her Into this;'- mother, if you. were but living "now '
let her get out of it as she she adds, clasping her hafts, and taking
:He stands, waiting for me to speak., up'her weary walk again,
Ottalie givesas great sob, which disarms It is the first time she had alluded to
me.. In'spite of ,myself I begin, and give Jasper Paine. The ithought exaspeartes
. a him the outlines Of the - tale: , ' me. mist be getting ill-tempered out
Our father was ItajOr Peyre, of the of sheer Weariness..
Regtmento He wail;not a good man ;Iso "I warned you in titne,l_Ottalie. Did I
say the lest. of' it ntit a judicious one. not tell you ho* it must end ?"
&any. and 'he ganibled . . After our 4 !Yes. I know all that ;it is • no one's
• mother's death, Ottalie and l•wereAnite fault but' 'mine," she answered., as her
in his power. One of his gambling eyes wandered out seaward again. The
, friends, to whom ihe\ became largely •in- eyes have dark circles perpetuallT now,
debted, cost his convetons eyeskm - Ottalie and her pretty face has lost its bloom.—
. who was but a yonng girl, . ? shy and in- As Eegust 'of wind lilts her hair I see
experienced. My.father gave her to him heiv \ sharpened its outlines has beCome.
a marriage. Before two. 'Months were , How dreary this is
,!, And what is
ropy father died. Mr Paine, who drearier still; every day brings us , nearer
possibly knows Major 'Peyre by. repnta- :to that'of Captain Joyce's release. And
tiati,Xnay remember what his, death was. then ? Will he find us here ? Oh, Ot-
Before the year .w4B out; thit luau talie,,Ottalie ! If lam cross, it is for
lie's . husband-e-felk into trouble • and her sake.
crime, He was tried • for it—tried, Mr. To arid fto she still tramps. • • Isit on'
Paine, and reader—BOO r,he is now wmk. with my dEspair, and watch the smoke
ing out his.sentence in \ prison.' Can any IrOm the coast gnard cottage: cliinineyg
one wonder that` we'seek to- - bide our curl up against the gray sky, and the lait
••: heads , •s leaves from the solitary row of poplar
~ Mr. DiOne standing with foilded arms treks fall oft' in the wintry wind.
and shorynel brekth, inquires what And th ask is our life. , ask the ques
I the man ' s nem , wait,tioia of myself as the faint; red. 's+ 'n
rf.loyce; Walter JOYe4,'' II say, "eW..gleams outs" for a moment beyond t'he
. Captain.! -Onhe, by courteshGentleman.'? lightness, and then sinks tO rest;'sinks,
-• "Walter Joyeel" he ,exclaimies staring only to rise again on the morrow. to rise
at her. "And.'You.are !his wife? Heaven and set on many eountlesS to-morrows.
belpyou, _Row lOng ? 0, how long . ?
the wrings her hands anti looke up at Thelsea gulls flap - into - shore, screech.
• with wide, tearless eyes :: All: All her ingl aogrily, and the waves, the sad sea
coquetries are gone.l all her 'pretty, be-. :waves Come creeping, in 'slowly over the
, • Wilderedlos end_ 11 iand,'With a sad, sullen moan,s in and in,
"Forgive' nt," she sot's humillys „ unfil - the faint color left by the sun is
• • "Never !" he , word-seems to be
_wrung gone,, and night is npon us. Amt all
; •-. from the depths of a 'despairing: .heart. , night long I lie on my pillow and listen
I , 9lnowinx: all -this ' ', 1014; could you not to tbe • waves,'-and cannot- sleep. The
- :have let .:me... - alone i?" asks--"have: morning brings a 'letter. . A ;letter for
f7ktw what eon
becomingto,Me?.- world ' s() far as I know,: is,cognizant of
tor, Puts", she out addres," the. friendly : laWyer, • orioe a
•aaAin.; her repklesOesSiber white lips relative of mr-dead mothers through
suillitig'faintly.Nllieosuse I-never knew whom we 'get our email: income trans
le fst .4„ •T. 27 - .70.Nr",
THE' . _'DEMOCRA.T -OCT
mitted 'periodically. What can he have
to say ? It - is only the middle of,the
quarter. Ottalieseated opposite' Wine
at the breakfast table, glances at it with
some faint euriosity,
~ ."Old Weston must have gone in at•-
ly,' she remarks, alluding - to the distant
• "He had to fetch something betimes
for ti,e lighthouse."' . - .
The letter is' addressed to •me, , and - I
open it. As I glance at its contents- a
mist gathers before - my Sight,•and I turn
sick and faint. Is it ;right to be glad at
the death of a fellow creature ? I know
"What is the matter, Deborah ?"
"News. It concerns,. you."
"Concerns. me ?"
"Yes ; some one is dead." •
. She gazA at me with parted lips.
• "Notl-,"'she begins, and stops.
"Yes,, he is dead, . You Your= husband died
in prison." •
I don't quite remember how we got
througt the day, except that we hardly
excharged - two \ words. What Ottaliefeels
I know not. lam thankful.
"Why, there's a strangerrt I exclaim
in wonder, as discern -some :tall man
marchiug down the ruged, pathway at
eveninz. A gentleman, too. We had
not, seen anything of the, kind in the
place before. .
. - Ot:talie raises her eyes languidly and
ont.--She knows him in spite . of The twi
light, and she stands np and locka her
fingers one within the other in ,her emo
He comes in Jasper Dayne. His form
the doOrway. Opening her arms, *Ot
talie falls into them. , And I and he do
what we can, both, to still her hysterical
- "You see, Miss Peyre, 9, he says to me.
"Fate has been kinder to us than H----"
"Than you deserve," I put in. ,
"Quite so. Rut as my wife, I will en=
deavor to shield her in tuture.from life's
troubles and storms. ; ' You shall 'enjoy
peace and rest if I caT give them to you,
my darling Ottalie."
And-the sad sea waves. ,did not sound
to me that night so sadly as they had
done., Poor, weary Ottalie I Ti.e dark
past was over for her • I hope was dawn
ing; she might be lighthearted once more,
even in this, world.
Ths People's Drub Stores
I. N. BIILLA11),' PROPRIETOR.
1. KENYON ,Dtuggist & Apothecary.
PATENT MEDICINE EPIPORIUM I
The undersigned would rcspectinlb announce to all I
the people everywhere, that to his already extensiv
stock and variety of Merchandi se in the Grocery, Pro-.
He has added a vt ry choice assortment of KIRK
DRUGS, PATEN MEDICINES, BRUSHES, PER
FUMERY, &c.. which he flatters hims if he can assure
the public they will find it tot heir advantage toexam
ine before purchasing els.ewhere. Tv all Physicians in
this section of the} county he would respectfully an
nounce that he haepecured the services of R. Kenyon
aiDruggist and Apothecary, ri hose long exnerience and
acknowledged carotid 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 favorto receive calls from any ef his old
^ustomers or new glee. Will make the Patent Medi
tines a specialty. !Aso Domestic and Foreign Mineral
Waters—an extensive stock. Also tine Groceries—
LEIBIG'S EXTRACT OF BEEF, FRESH SALMON
PICKLED Sc CANNED - CLAMS, LOBSTERS,
PEAS. CORN. I BEANS. OYSTERS, &c., &c.
In fact, anythinga
Blastixte, Rifle a d Shot Powder, Sbot, Lead, Gap
Tubes, •Caps,lPouchis, Flasks, Fuse, &c.,
&c., for sale by
Atontrose. Sept. 911814=--tf
po t Re LYON'S
HAVE EEC& ED LARGE ADDITLON3
TO STOCi OF
1\ • k
CARPETS, 04,CLOTHS, DRUGGET
MATT GS,` WINDOW
PAPER ,HANGINGS AND ENAMEL
CLOTHS COTTON YARN,
PLATED. WARE, DRY GOODS AND
GROCERIES, PAINTS, OLLS,,
ALL Of DR. JAYNE'S FAMILY
• ‘,l MEDICINFA
1 . " • •
TR 0111$, - 13MiiRELLAS;: . RUB,BER
S:l4lc CENTS PER' YARD !
B. LYONB 85 CO.
::Billiard's tdt'f or .1.464 f - :i-meaP• TWO tables with the'
necessary nttures. Addressl omautrosexa,
Nay 34,1816. t
everything that la ordinarilyneed
licit ing a call I remain
I. N. BULLARD
nil. ELLEN E. MITCHELL,
'Bitten and Surgeon, graduate of the - Woman
Medical College of the N. I'. Infirmary, then' resi
dent physician for a year in' the Woman's Hospital in
N. Y.: after four yearb' practice in Fon du Lac. Wis
consin, has located in Montrose. Special attention
given to diseases of women and children. Mike at
the foot of Main Street, in the old David Post home
stead. • '
D. , BALDWIN . M. D, `HE
a,. pathia Physician and Bnrgeou; - has located
himself at Montrose. where he will attend promptly to
all professional business - . entrusted to his care.-
Office in Carinalt's building. second floor; front.
Boards atVMr. 13- Baldwin's.
..- Montrose, Pa., March 10, 1875.
R. w. W. SMITH, DENTIST.--r
Rooms at his dwelling, next door north of Dr.
Halsey's, on Old Foundry street, where be would be
happy to see all those , in want of Dental Work. He
feelsconildent that be can plesse all, both in qnalltyof
work and in price. Mike hours from 9 A. x. to 4 P. it.
VALLEY. HOUSE, GREAT BEND,
Pa. Situated near the Brie Railway Depot.—
Is a large and commodious hbuse. Has undergone a
thorough repair. Newly furnished rooms and sleep-
Ingapartments t splendidtables,andall things compris
infra Stetclass hotel. HENRY AC'KERT..
Sept. 10th,1873.-tf. , Proprietor.
BILLINGS STROUD, FIRE AND
le Insurance Agent. All business attended to
promptly,on fair terms
~ Office trot dooreast of the
bank of Wm. H. Cooper & Co g PublicAvenne,ldont
rose. Pa. [Ang.1,1869.)
Jily 17, 1872. - , BILLINGS STROM?.
THE . PEOPLE'S MARKET, PHIL
lip Hahn, Proprietor. Fresh and Salted Meats,
Hams, Pork,Bologna Bausage.etc., of the beet qual
ity, constantly on band. at prices to suit.
c OURS ELLOR IT LAW,. _
No. 170 Broadway , New York City.
May 12. '7s.—(Feb .11,-1874.-1y)
I ITTLES AND BLAKESLEE, AT
tonaeys at Law,Montrose, PM Office oppoisite
the Tarbell Rouse. •
- • •- I • . B. LITTLE,
'; , CEO. P. - LITTLE,
Pito utrdes e 15,1872... • B. L.B.L.uutsw.
AW. COOLEY, BUILDER,
. .. STILL ON THE TRACK
Every style of buildings erected, and everything
furnished, at GREATLY itxotroals Puler& Contracts
cheerfully furnished.' Stair building a specialty_ None
but experienced workmen tolerated. jan.20,15.
AV B. DEANS, DEALER' IN
v • BoOks, Stationery, Wall Paper. Newspa
pers, Pocket Cutlery, Stereoscopic Views, Yankee
Notions, etc. Next door to the Post Office, Montruse,
ea. W. B. BEANS_
Sept. 80, 1874.
XCHAINGE iIOT,EG. M. J. HATt,;.
rington wishes to inform thepublic thathaving
rented the Exchange Hotel in Montrose, he bellow
prepared to accommodate the traveling pnblicin
Montrose, Ang.28,18T43. '
BiJRRITT, DEALER IN STA
• ple and Fancy Dry Goods, Crockery, Hard
wale. Iron, Stoves, Drugs. Oils, and Palate, Boots
and Shoes, Hats add Caps, Furs, Buffalo Robes, Gro
caries. Provisions, &c.
New Miltord.l a.,Nov 6, "12---tt.
JOHN GROVES FASHIONABLE
Tailor, Montrose, Pa. Shop over Chandler's
Store. All orders filled In first-class style. Cutting
done to order on short notice, and warranted to tit.
Montrose; Jane 30.15.
TIR. D. A..LATHROP,
ters Electrdthennal Baths, at, the. Foot of
Chestnut street. Call and consult in all Chronic
Montrose, aan.17, 1 72.--no3—tf. •
LEWIS KNOLL SHAVING AND
•.1-4 hair Dressing. Stto , p in Searle's new buildineb,
below 'Express Office, where he, will ne found ready
to .attend all who may want anything In his line.
Montrose Pa. Oct. 13,1869..
VT. PURDY. MANUFACTURER
• of wagons of all kinds. Also makes a specialty
of wooul -work for sale. Repairs promptly attended to.
Uses only best stock, and aims to make only first-class
work. , . [april 26, 1876.1
PR. W. L. RICHARDSON, PHYSI
, clan and Surgeon, tenders hi b , professi onalses
vices to the citizens of Montrose and vicinity. Office
at his residerce ,on the corner east of the Foun
dry. f Aug.l. 1869.
Q,COVILL AND _DEWITT; ATTOR
neis at Law and Solicitors inßankrniotcy. Mice
tk1'0.49 Court Street • over City National Bank, Bing
na tntoti, N. Y. Wx. .ScoviLL,
Juno Utth,lB7:3 JER,O)tE DEWITT.
PAGLE DRUG. STORE, IS. THE
A-4 place to.get Drugs and Idedcinee, Cigars. To.
bacco,Pipes. Pocket-Books, Spectalee. Yankee No
tione. 86c. Brick Block A. BURNS.
Montrose, Pa., bitty sthon
j - F. FITCII,, ATTORNEY. AND
U. -Councelloi-al-law Montrose, Pa. Y'Oftlee as
heretofore, below and west of the Court Montle. .
Montrose, January 27, 1875.—1 y. . :
itt A. LYON, SUCCESSOR 'TO
LILL 'Abel Tarrell, dealer in Drugs. Medidines,
Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Teas, Spices,
Fancy, Gloods. Jewelry, Perfumery, ic. .
Montrose, May 19.18875. • • -
__T• O. WHEATON
CIVILERGINELII AND LAND SurgvisTan,
P. O. address. Franklin Forks,
, , Snequehannaeo., Pa.
A O. WARREN, ATTORNEY, AT
• Law, Bounty, Back Pay, Pension and Ex
emot:on Claims attended to. Orate ary oor
belowl3oyd'sStore,Mantrose:Pa. , tArg.1,'60.3
LOTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW,.
• Montrose. Pa. Collections promptly attended
to. Special attention given I to Conveyancing and Or:
pima Conn praCtiee. Office on Public Avenue over
Pant National Bank, back . ' - [march 29,'76.]
nTILSON J. , TURREL, SURVEYOR.
V Having had 20 years caperienceln the brgues,
will continue to attend to calls in my profession.
Montrose, Pa., 5ept.15, 1 75.-Iy* •
WW. SMITH, CABINET AND
• Chair Mannfactnrcra. Mainetreet.
ontroise, Pa. tang, 1,1869.1
W. - f SEARLE, ATTORNEY AT
w • Lamg office over tb,e Store or/VW:timer,
nthe Brick Bleek:Montreee Pa. ° : Mag. 10/94
RIFFIS•& S'AY,RE, DEALERS iN
Hardware, Iron, Nails, Ilouseiurniehing Qoodis,
Groceries and Provisions. AV ood, Stone, Jappaned and
Pressed Tin Ware, &c., &c. • mareh.ls.
T B. & A. H. MCCOLLUM•
u • torneye at Law. Office over W. L Cooper it
Co'a Hank, Montroee ett. May 10, ISII.--If ; :
B- Q;.: oADIP, ,A T TORNEY": AT
• Law, 'Montrose, Pa. Office over Wm. Cooloi
do's Bank. '
. • • 7,
Montrose Pa Jan.stlk 1876-11.
1 - 11.14 BERT S. JOHNSON-.
- - Pa
O'NEI - 170 trNITY, AT
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'Brick Block. Montrose!, PA. 1•111130
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LS.PO'ITER,, DENTIST, WISHES
f. ,to Inforni * the people of Montrose and Vicinity..
that he is permanently located, in , the second story of, r.
p. Stamp's nevi:buildhag; opposite Cooper's Bank.: AA
kinds of Dental Work done in the beet manner. -
N. B.—liltrons Oxide, Laughing Gass, given for the
pataless extraction of teeth.:
, , Montrose, April 15th, lB7tl.—:tf .
BACON, WILL HEREAFTER
'furnish the citizens of 3f oritrose and Vicinity.
with first-class Bread. Busenit, Rolls. Pies, Cakestand
Cookies, Tarts, &c., &c., &c Parties and Weddlnga
bupplied, and quality guaranteed. itlir 'Dining Room'
no stairs, where Geo. Calls will be fonna ready to sit
40_ the cravings of the loner man. _
montrose, May Bd. 1876. B. BACON.
CENTENNIAL BARBER SHOP!
Call And Pee your old citizen and barber—over H.
J. Webb's store, where you_ can get shaving ankbair
cutting done in the most approved manner and on shod
pollee. ' Paor. L. B. WILLIAMS.
Montrose, Sept. 6, 18Vini6. ,
W ' - MILFORIy MACHINE SHOP.
-LI All kinde of machinery made, or ininiatied to or
der. Repairing promptly attended to. '
•New. Milford, May 17,1876.-Iy,
w c. 49, sotoX, ATTORNEY
at- Law - Office—over , the First liatiOn
, . •
Bank, Montrose.Pa. .p W. A. CEOBBION.
S PILI'MAN & 'CO., .FIRST NA
•. tonal' Bank Building, I , Montroee, Pa:; Dcaleia is
Dry Goods, Olothing,lllainery Goods, Boots It Shoe.a r
dtc., au.. (April 26.
SNYDER, - M.- D„ HOMCE-
J.2„i • liathie P4,yeician and Surgeon, liew3flford,
Pa. (.'ffieo at the UpiOn Hotel.' . ,i
Ang 23i P376.-tf. - ~
WE 11, COOPER a CO,
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE
COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL
POINTS AND 'PROMPTLY ACCOUN
TED FOR AS HERETOFORE.
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN EL
CHANGE FOR SALE :
UNITED STATES &, OTHER BONDS
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
CotrPONS'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-
In the future, as in the past, we shall endeav
or to transact all money business to the satis
faction of our patrons and correspondents.
WM. H. COOPER dc CO.,
Montrose, March 10' '7s.—tf.
A , ; . *ll%f+tVivZe4liUwft.
• Basking, Scc,
MENT WHEN THE DEPOS
IT IS MADE.'
SUSQUEHANNA, COUNTY AGRI
Having been - reorganized _under the flrm,'name, t
style of Susquehanna County Agricultural
. Works, limited,
R.JEWETT, Pres , W. H. CoorVt, Treas.,
D. SAiritE, SeCrettirr
Are now prepared to furnish, on short notice,
CIRCULAR 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 targe assortment of •
P 1.4 .0 W S
CAULDRON.' KETTLES of different styles,
ADJUSTABLE' BARN DOOR HANGINGS,
MEADOW ROLLERS, BLACKSMITHS'
FORGES POTS and GRATES, DOG POW
;ERB for churning. c)ne and Two Horse POW
ERS and THRESRERS, of the latest and best
patterns, &e., &e.
Montrose, March 1, 1870.
oWit rim call the attention ot the Public wanting
ANYTHING IN THE MARBLE LINE
biotin WORKS at
SUSQUEHANNA DEPOT, PA.,
l3eing the only. Marble Work, in the CounlY.-ef
Alt Work Virranted is Represented
~`4:. i r0. d .;, . .0'i1r--.SitirE MONEY
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el , .
Dopot. Aprlll4, 1811.
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