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MONTROSE, PA., JUNE 13, 1877.
DOINGS OF TILE WEEE.
The war in Europe does not seem; to
have put on any more • interesting or de-:
ciiive aspect during the past week than
heretofore. A Vienna* dispatch to the :
Times, commenting, on the official in
telligence from Asia says: !• - According
to the latest accoun4, Mukhtar Pasha
has given up the idea of defending even
the heiths in front of Erzereum, though
he seems tn intend to defend the town .
it'd take a Osition on the.western, heights,
where a road leads over the Kap Dagh to
Baiburt and Trebizond. This backward
movement is caused by the advande of a
Russian colunin from Olti, the body of
whickaccoiding to Wednesday's accounts,
, Was already near 'spin, on the road to
„Balboa; thus threatening communication.
between Erzeroum and Trebizond. To
meet 'this danger Mukhtar Pasha has
.ent five battalions and some guns in
The Tinuis' Bucharest dispatch says
the following is official: The Roman
ian army ready for actual fighting, nurn
bers 55,900 regulars. This number in
.nludes infantry, cavalry, and artillery,
and is divided into two, army
, corps.. There
are also 5,000 or 6,000 militik under arms
and available for field ervice, and 5,000
regulars employed in non-combatant
While war is devastating in the East,
during the paEt week the tempeit has
swept over portions of our country with
unusual fury. Right after the news of
the Mt. Carmel tornado cornea the
news Of a large waterspout in Monroe
count T. The Carlisle Mirror gives the
following account. of it:
On Wednesday evening, between six
and seven o'clock, South Middleton town-
ship was visited by an inundation, the
like of which is beyond the memory of
the oldest inhabitant. 1 - The storm, or
waterspout, seemed to break on the-ridge
on the farm of Mrs. Benjamin Peffer and
in that immediate neighborhood, and the
waters rushed in torrents into the valley,
where they-collected in a - mass very sud- ,
denlyand started on their course through
the farnis of Messrs. Noffsinger, George
Heagy, Willoughby Albright, David
Nailer and others, tearing up fences and
doing great damage. 'Mr... Noffsinger,
from one of the farms inundated, says
that the vast body of, water came rush
ing over the meadows with_ a solid foam
crested front about 15' feet high arid 200
yards Nide, tearing the 'fences as"thengli
they w e re but threads, uprooting' bushes
and carrying off everything that would
float. Much damage was_ done on the
Reagy and Albright farms.
the wagon shed and bog pen were moved'
from their foundations, and three wagons
were carriad about half a The
bogs in the pen escaped when .the wate
: struck 'it and swam to terra firnia._ The
water in due , time reached the tetort,
and caused it to overflow its banks, flood—
ing the gardens and fields on either side.
For aloog time the bridges crossing the
stream At.this place was in danger of be
lug carried away, but at a late hour last
night the &ea had subsided. it was
viewed by hundreds of our citizens.
Every_ little rivulet in the 'territory over
which the . Storm passed 'was swelled to
an alarming extent, and at one plaCe
swept away a small bridge on- the Balti
' more - turnpike, 'at . which point a, serious
accident would have °mitred rhad it not
been for the timely presence of Mr. Noll :
••• The, tornado is .on :-the- war, pathin the,
prairie'countryi_ The .de . struciiiin of Mt.
= Carinel n , Southern Illinois, 64.316nday
evening at Wit week` ''was- terrible cal
aunty.."-Twent;;tve lead" bodlei were
gathered from the ruins - ,of one hundred
'-'and twenty-six buildings destroyed, which
iocluded the Court house, churches,
school houses; business blocks. and sub
stantial private- residences. The loss is
estimated at nearly half a million of dol-
Jars. To add to the'
,horrors a "fire ,fol
lowed the tornado, ,;.and raged for . _ six
hours. It is rarell -.it more terrible
lamity has „n lorded.
The.p* - *i 'Domocrat says : f':Never
iinee4t;6s hat there been so much ex
oitement about Oft hi , Clarion as tbere'has
.tieeik:.iiiiii - - *O4, "..!I*(vo3l::'43l:lNLaiiiiiilin,
Law-4 Co, on= the Samuel Sloan farm,
' about half a mile `
eaat of the bormigh,
struck:the third land at a depth of 1,-
.1 , 20, last liouday intl.' before
noon n Toelibkrtliefe . was between 300
:',aod4(lo.4eet of oilinibe
Mt. Carmel, was struck by a torna
do last week Tuesday afternoon, which
caused terrible destruction of life and
property. Wind, which was accotnpaoled
by a - perfectflood of rain, came from the
southwest, and struck the town about 4
o'clock p..m,.and created terrible devasta-,
tion. It overturned buildings and up
set stoves among the ruins,killing the in
mates and setting fire to the timbers,
creating at onoe all the horrors of a con-.
flagration and a tornado.' Two churches,
two school houseii, the court house and
several stores and 4wellings were demol
ished, and, the total destruction Or the
place was threatened'. Twenty• two perdons
are . known to be killed, thirty to fifty ,
wounded and twenty missing. $500,000
will not cover the lost property.
Mount Carmel is the capital of Wabash
county, Illinois, on the Wabash river,
oPposite the mouth ,of . White river, 160
miles south-east of Springfield, and 30
miles below Vincennes, on the Louisville,
New Albany and St: Louis air line rail
road. It is a beautiful location, and has
„one of the healthiest
towns in Southern Illinois. The popula
tion according to the last census, was
about 2,000. A dam across the river a
mile above the town furnishes an inex
haustible.water power, which isextensiye
ly employed in manufactures. ' l ,l.
About an hour and a half later Mat
toon, 111.,- was. visited by , a ternpest of
wind and raise, which demolished several
buildings and overturned and unroofed
others. Its path was from southwest to
northeast, and about one hundred feet
wide. A lady in ' one of the overturned
houses was seriously. injured. -
A section of country ten miles north
west of Burlington, Iowa; was also visited
by a "water-spout". Hawk-eye creek
suddenly overflowed its banks, and dam
aged several mills and. factories to. the-ex
tent of several thousand dollard."
The Montenegrin •ar - my is described by
&correspondent of the• London Times as
a: mass of tatterdemalions. -hi' the ranks ,
a Majority are more .or lois ragged, and
tie battalions in "their ranks do not trouble
themselves with being, in enact hoe or
keeping any partictilaeposition, although
no army drill Could secure, more absOlute
obedience to: any order. Life at the
headquarters of • the. Prince of Mpnte
negro is an Homoric study. When in
the morning', .the Prince appears a line
is formed instantly, and all uncover while
he takes his walk up and dimly the ter
race. As , he balks along: the line now .
and then a man 'runs forwargt, Catches
'the' hand of the' Prince and kisses it,
dropping back into • hie place, and then
'another and another, the . ruler accepting
the hounige with a manner which has a .
_great fascination. for- the • simple-minded
folk—witft a smile, a word :of. interest, in'
.some cases a question as to their affairs;
for he . knoWs, - it is said, every head. of a
Wnily in his dominions personally and
,by name, and occasionally breaks his
promenade to enter. into, conversation
'more "seriously, or evori to ,provoke a.get
eral discussion, -when ..a circle rapidly
'fount around,-liin tb listen 'and - take -part.
'There is nothing servile, in their - manner
even to hiM, but: the most unbounded.
reverence and devotion. It is a favorite
aninsement.of his .to wake np,theemulit•
tiOn . of the . tnen4 talking to some one
of, them. of . some._heroic .deed_heli#4onei
and inotoking, comparisons, Whew a con
test of. pretentions to equal or greater
merit begins, every man conskieriug
self, entitled to push .lus,_claitris,;;, which- he
doe's in no Vainglorious , way, but by re- .
counting what, he has-done. As . they are
Surrounded by witnesses_ of the deeds, no,
man . dares ito 'exaggerate his exploits and
the crowd confrrms. • Theseare,thewar.:
riorS4Ware now renewing 'in Western
."Turkel the battle which they have waged
with the Turks for,fonr Centuries.
The gepublican .Pai•ty in . P.e4nsyl-
Four county conventions of,:th i e party
have been belid in the four Republican'
strongholds of the State 7 --Philadelphia,
Lancaster, -Allegbaney and Bradford--
which gave-aw aggregate majority of 36,-
500 r kir Hayes, more - than double the ma
jority in the State.
'The Republican Convention of Phil
ardelphia tables a resolution drawn in the
mildest form, : expressing confidence in
the President, and its consideration pro
voked the haTshest , and most conternp
tUous epithets against him. " -
Lancaster, that gmie nearly 2,000 ma
jority for Hayek has had no representa !
tine convention ; ,but. the judges of, the
party fodied up =the, .`vote of candidates,
and seperated.without , so much asa-notice
of their Republican. President.
Aliegbany, that gave Hayes nearly. 10,-
000 majority, held full, representative
convention a few days - ago, and' twice
deliberately: tabled a aysolution approv
ing of the Administration—tbe last time
ten only daring .ta i - fote , for it. Senator
Cameron had been in the county a week
or ten days before, and the men who
shared most in his councils, and knew
most of his wishes,- yelled the loudest in,
crying down the Hayes resolution.
"Bradford, the' Republican Gibraltar.of
the 'North—whence ~ come a surveyor, a
deputy surveyor, and where the post
office. is the perquisite of the old party
organ,: thatis owned by-
eron-Goodrich &, Co., won, and _the
President lost, an approving vdte. The
IStataConvention has. been postponed to
the, latest, day to eseapeimniediate!e
-sPorisibißtY; and; then the President-wili
beliquirely or tacitly reproached, be
disposed of by a - significant silence. or
stabbed . by qualified praise. The ticket
.will be presented and • the party told to
elect or defeat it, no, matter which. As
parties stand to-day the whole Itepuhli
can majority in the State, last fall, would
be lost in Philaielphia,.' Lancaster, and
Alleghany; and the Democratic majority
in the other counties might be anything
from thirty to fifty thomitand.--Phil a
A sharp girl in the Treasury Pepart
ment, who is to lose her position because
her brother has one too, gets in this neat
bit at Secretary Sherman : "If Mr.Elayes
should adopt Mr. Sherman's.policy in ad
ministering the affairs- of the oovern•
ment, the country Would soon lose the
services of a financier, or of a general of ,
the army." •
Dr. Jessup Writes from Beirut to
the New York Evangelist that the Chris
tian population of Syria is in great danger
from the outbreaks of Mohammedan
fanaticism. The Maims "regard the
Christians as friends of Russia, and hence
traitors to their country." , •
Advertisemests New This Weex.
A UDITOWB •• NOTICE.—The under
-LA. signed an Auditor appointed by the Judges of the
Orphans' Court of Susquehanna County, to Distribute
tends in the hands of A. O. Warren. Administrator
of the estate of Meatus Cosy, dec'd will attend to the
duties of said appointment at my office in the Borough
of Montrose. on Saturday. July 7, len. at 1 o'clock
p.m., at which time andplace all persons interested
will make known their claims or be foieyel debarred
from coming in on said Band.
F. I. LOTT, Auditor.
June is, ?. 14-27
IJD TOR'S NOTICE.—The under
signed having been appointed an auditor by the
Court of Common Pleas of Sneq'a Co., to distribute the
funds arising from sale of personal property of Humph
rey & Ross, by the Sheriff of bald co.,will attend to the
duties of his appointmentat his office in Montrose,
Tuesday, the 12th day bf July, 1827. at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at which time and place all persons interested will pre
sent their claims or be forever debarred from coming
in on said funds.
WM. J. TURRELL. Auditor
Montrose, June 18.1877.; 24-11
PINANCIAL Report of Silver Lake
school fund, for the year ending June 4th, 1877.
Cash on hand last year $ 271 76
Amount of duplicate 917 25
State appropriation • - . . 260 53
Orders paid $1,158 54
Treasurer's percentage ... 28 17
... 19 55
Collector's percentage... .... 46 88
Cash on hand to balance :...$ 231 90
W. J. HEAVY,
Geo. S. Shoemaker treasurer of Rush school fund for
Amount of tax levied $1,442 62
" of state appropriation 350 44 ,
" 'of balance from 1875 319 64
By am't collected and paid on orders.. 1,986 98
exonerations " 51 88
collector's percentage - ' 54 6! .
treasurer's percentage.. ...
~ . ... '
. 19 86
Balance due treasurer
We certify the'above to be a true and correct state
inent of the ilnancesnf Rush school district.
C. H. DAVIS.
W. SHERWOOD, Auditors.'
J. H. HALL. •
INANCIAL ~ Statement- - for Rush
township for 1876, • • - 1 --
Amount of expense tax slected .... :: - ....t1;124 46
. " , collected and .paid on orders - . 1432 80 '
. • ".. trisurerls,percentage,..:...'. '' .21,68'
' " collector's percentage . . 55 50 •
GI exonerations . • •14 4S
i" 1,124 46
Ant Count road tax attplicate for 18761:..51,119 96
worked as per account ran--
. 1.025 81
6 ' of exOnerations. 42.75
_ -st unworked and pat in dupincate: 59 40%
1 118- 96 .
Amount of dog lax for 1876 162 00
- " - balance on hand from 1876 172 -139
We certify the above to, be a true and. coarect state
meut of thellnances of Rush townebip.for the year 1876
-C. 11. DAVIS.' ' :
. W. H. SHERWOODuditors.
J. 11. HALL,
AI`INL;AL Financial Statement of
burn school district, William. C2 - ,LoWe treasur.:
er of Auburn school distrip., in account with township,
To balanCe itf hands- . of l'' treasurer ;blue`
li. 16 - 70, . ................$
:, 40 'l6,
To state appropriation:.: ' - '-f •• '441 GO:.
.To cash received from collector . 2,780 04;
. . .
..- ~.. .. :
Paid salaries of. Teachers • $ 1,427 6 4 2
~ .. for nevi school buildinv : ,s. 1 i :398 61
for fuel and repairs' ' - 207 21
for furniture - .43 63"
-. for making duplicates - - • ' ...- 5,00
for Pa. district register -- • ' :• - 4' 50
for treasurers .eominission...... - ;c . 43 '33
for miscellaneous expenses.. " - .is 40
• for publishing statement—. .. , ... .- - .4 - 50
ler. salary .of 'seeretary - - „ . :23 00
Balagce 13 trpagurees , ltde , June 5.
... • . .. ....$ 70 20
H. IiiING, President.
C. W. PIERSON, Secretary.. „
We the tinders „tried auditors of Auburn township,
Snsifa county, having carefully examined the above
accounts!of the 'treasurer find them correct to the best.
of our knowledge and belief.
WILLIAM DONL IN. t .
CALDWELL MoNiCKEN , Auditors. •.•
M. ILVANSCOTEN, - " • '
Auburn Centre, Alba 4, 1877.
Pursuant town order of the Court Of CoUnnon Pleas
of Susquehanna county. the Undersigned, assignee of
Patrick. Carey, will sell at public yendue, oii the prem
- • Tuesday July -10,-1877.
at 2 o'clock p. m.. the three following. described lota of
land, situate in Apolaeop township, county of - &toque
henna, and state of Pennsyl yenta, described as follows,
The first piece is bounded on -the north
bylands of Joseph Twining and Patrick Garr3r, east
by a public highway, south by_ other lands of Patrick
Carey and west by lands of S. F . Carmait's estate, con .
tail:Linz CC acres, more or lees, with the appurtenancee'
The second-piece boundod on.,the north'
by otti.r lands of Patrick Carey,-east by , a roadisonth
by othey lands of P Carey and thence by lands of the
estate of S. F. Canna% dec'd, containing CIV acres,
more or lees, with the appurtenances,.
The third piecebounded - oh the north
by other lands of P.• Carey. east by' lands of. John
son. south by land of .Thomas - Jones and west by lands
of Newell Barnum and and CarmaW estate, containing
92 . acres, more or less, with the appurtenances._ ,
TERMS :—One huLdred dollars' on each p iece _ on day
ot-eale,.,%' - the remainder on Anal cOnArmation, gad the
balance in three equaltnnual paymeateL With interest
from Anal conflrniation.- . M.E. RYAN,
June 18,1878. 24-26 Areignee.
PUBLIC NOTICE.—The members of
the Wesleyan Methodist Church of Jackson Val.,
ley, respectfully give notice of their intention to apply
to the Law Judge of Susquehanna coonty io give them,
a charter of incorpuration making them a body politic
in law, according to acts of Assembly' provided:
A-IL the estate of Philip Hahn, late of Montrose,.
deed. Letters of administmtion.in the said estate hav
ing been grantee to the tmdersigned„ all persons ow
ing said estate are requested to make immediate pay-.
ment, and all persons having Cairns against said estate
are requested to present them without delay'.
M. B. DESSAUER, Adm'r •
June 18,1877. 21-27
A DITOR'S NOTICE.—The Under
signed an auditor appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Susquehanna County to distribute the Nods
in the hands of Patrick McCormick and James Curley
executors of the estate of 10bert McCormick, dec'd.
willat'end to the duties of his appointment . at
lice on Friday the 13th, day of July, 1877. at 1 p.m.
at which time and place all persons interested will pre
sent their claims or be forever debarred from coming
in on said fund.
June 13, 1877.
A NNUAL Financial Statement of Re
_ceipts and expendittares of New Milford school
district, for 'the year ending June dif 1817 1 as audited
and approved by the auditors of said township.
From state appropriation $ 489 76 . •
From taz daplicate • , 1 $ 801 84
Prom dog tax duplicate 950 00
From order N 0.5 refunded 1 00
Balance - on hand froni last year....:.. 18057
Total tecelpts ........ • $3,678 67
For I:nllldb:quid furnishing houses ...$ 326 00
repairs on houses and grounds ' 252 47
teacher's wages.... • • 1,489 SI • •
fuel and contingencies.. 173 78
fees for collection (4% per cent)... 81 06
fees of treasurer (2 per cent.) ...... 45 16
salary of secretary ..... 20,00
`Balance in treasni7 ....$ 290 81
Attest. WALTER WATSON, President.
J. W. Walker. Secretary.
Jane 6, 1,877.
NOTICE.—The firm of Mitchell &
,Curtis is this day dissolved my mutual consent.
The books and accounts are in my hands for colleotion
N. C. CURTIS.
Gibeon.l.pril 18th, 1877.
MAHE NOTICE.—I will deduct twenty five per cent.
J. on all claims due, if paid , within thirty days. I
stud' be in Montrose every satnrday until further notice.
Du. it. THAYER.
Montrose June 4.1877.
N. B.—Post Office address, Hopbottom, Pa.
i tDMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE. Xn
the estate of Francis Sherridan late of Len t
twp., Letters , of . Administration in the said estate
having been granted to the undersigned.all persons ow
ing said estate are requested . to make immediate pay
ment, and all persons having claims against said estate
are r nuest,ed to present them without delay.
MARY C. SHERIDAN.
May 80, lsrl.
VALUABLE FARM . FOR SALE,
NEW MILFORD TOWNSHIP.
The undersigned executor of the estate of Simeon
Van Fleet, dec d, offers for sale the farm of said deced•
ant, one-fourth mile north of the Motley church, New
Milford township, Pa. It contains about 112 acres,
well watered, feeced,and under a good btate of cultiva
tion. I mast dispose of said •farm, and will sell on
For Further particulars inquire of the subscriber
Summersvilie , Pa.
P. 0. Address, New Milford, Pa.
R. A. ALDRICH.
July 19, nor
will mail:(Free) the', recipe lor preparing a simple
Vegetable Balm that will remove TAN, FRECKLES,
PIMPLES ana BLOTCHES, leaving the skin soft, clear
and beautiful ; and also instructions for producing a
lnxuriant growth of hair on a bald head or-smooth face.
Address Ben. Vanden* & Co„ Box 5121, No. 5 Wooster
Wednesdify `Of' each week all well
:V, Jetted !veal calves: weighing 110 pounds and.up
wardif:- Alpo flt sheep and lambs. sheep .pelts, veal
and deacon shins, for which -we • will pax the market
price in cash. • . 1. V. CEWIS..,
. BE uTEIOLF..
• Great Btrul' Village, may 16, , . *
F RiF,DERICK . BRANDT,
OVER• BINE & STIOLES' ,DRY GOOKS STORE
April.lB, 1877.--6 m
'N . olyj YOUR c44..i/c,Ei,
.41617 GI TX CO MoT .A. - X.llO •
At•the - Suaquehantia : Valley, liouso.3,arkon
ecismmettiesr, atl,o o'clock, a, m., the following deacribed
' property, to wit :
three and four -yearcold: :One Chestnut
nine years 01d,.1 platform spring wagon Cortlanci
top cerclugss, 1 open buggy, -1 two horse phae
- ton; 2 critters, double seated sleigh, 2
• sets double harness t il sets single
harness, 6 buffalo robes,
whips, and other
- • too numerous ,to ' •
mention. This is a good.
opportunity to secure bargains; as •
this property is all in good order and just as repyesentad.
4 On all aunts 0f' , 120, and under, Cash; 'on all Bums
overthat amount, eight month& credit will be given,
on appioved note with interest. The above terms
mast be complied with, before poseessift otproperty
purchaeed is given. •
. Lute Back. 4401 0 1 1 4er.
Great Bend, Pa., Jane 6,1877'. /3-24
§STAUCE)44 l NO'rlelL—Jerry.Cokely..ol' Springville
' triwnehip - ihaving assitin'e.d to me all his estate, in
, trust: fottne '4enent creditors;; all 'emus itulebted
to said estate, are requested to make immediate settld
ment, and havlng elairai against• the lame, to pre
sent t hem. 08010113 P. LLTTim,
Assignee of - Jere Cokely, i.
Montrose, April 4, 11/87.
D. T. BREWSTER, Auditor.
Total. expenditures, OAK 86
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is.centrtilly located just around the corner at the west
end of.the depot for all the Railroads. running' into
Binghamton, and two blocks from the business portion
of our city. This house came into .the possession of
its present proprietor abbot, three years ago, and it has
been fast gaining ih popularity among the traveling
community, owing to the many inducements held out
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fer still further .inducements. The luxury of a conven
ient bath, espFcially daring the heated and dusty sea
son, is recognized by all travelers and for the comfort
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TERMS; $9l PER DAY,
or 50c. per Meal. acid 50t. for lodging. I have no desire
to go through-the,:usual preamble with .'regard to the
luxuries' and sulttautials of our table. Suffice it to
ray, that if we cannot giveperfect satisfaction; we will
take you and.yours free of charge,- and deliver you to
the tender mercies of any of our gentlemanly cora.
petitors. : Retoectfull y yours,
W.ll. SLIANLY / Prop'r.
laducententa to - -ttonding Co'
April 18, 1877.-2 m
NFw STOCK OF
est recedved an 4 for sale by
, ‘s UPERYINE
F L 0, Ir R.
For vale by
H. J. WEBB.
LSO, ALL KINDS OF '
. 2, GROCERIES, I
Atthe stopreof • • „ • • •
For polo by
Montrose': A0ri11.1875. "3.
BUY YOUR UY YO 't , VAGONS, CAR
-A-P ItIAGES AND
F" .:OUSTERFiOkI.~iItFORD, PA.
• Repairing tinne on short ' notice; cheaper than the
First-class Phstona -
" " Buggles,i .
" Luitiber wagons. -
Plrtforms from $l4O
• , h Swell body Sleighs -
To shoe:per span new,. , :; % '.; ;.-• - .. , - . .50
cork:tad set . • - . . . 1.40
set per . span ~- . - : . .. , 1 .00
All work warrahted. Call and .exam i ne my stock
before purchasing ele4where.
Haford s Apra 26;•,76.-.4f
a- C 7 • Sr' , A COR'rEBY'
.ItgiallilV , 1r8.311202 1 1B@
AND MIL& ERS 124 '
DRY: dOOCI3, FANCY GOAS, IfOERERY. 01 . °V1/8 '
' hair Goode, Itibbope, Perfumery And Notions,'
i - . - .r•ALSO—
UI4,L. .1.01N,F4,.0E- OLOTIIS AND
Vt , .
9111.: COVRT STREET*
—' , .'ssBLNORAIRTON, N. Y.
°Awls coiaggyi -;'4V.:"; ANTHONY OORTOl•
Aprll • 115 1 ism 11-1,
U. 1 Wt,BB.
H. J. WEBB.