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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - March 22, 1871, Montrose, Pennsylvania8h pontus a Ger admit. I b. Hayley editor. Kokta Ose. Pesi a is Nuti. Nun a As i�7i. Democratic Coli to a commute. The members of the democratic county committee arc hereby notified that a meeting will take place at the Exchange hotel c. Pooh proprietor Montrose on monday april 10, 1871, at 2 a Dock a. names of committee will be found below i auburn.0. I Swisher. . A. Baldwin. Apo Lacon Patrick Walsh. . S. Searle. Brooklyn. J. Lathrop. Clifford. Decker. Co Conuto. J. Golden. Dimock a a pc. A. Mills. Do Daff Boro. A. Olmstead. Forest . B. Griffis. . It Caton. Friendsville James Mead. Gibson George Milliken. Great Bend . B. Whiting. Great . D. Hayes. . Barnes. Harmony. Hobard. Harford. It. Farrar. Jessup. J. B. Mckeeby. Jackson. W. Clinton. Lenox. Sylvanus Titus. . Stanton. Liberty Richard Bailey. Little Meadows Thos. Of Dowd or. Smith. Montrose. A. Gere. New Milford to Elliot Aldrich. New Milford . Slayden. . Stevens. Redding. A. T. Landrick. A. W. Rowley. Timothy Sullivan. Chester Stoddard. It is earnestly requested that attend. Gere chairman. Springville. Susquehanna. Silver Lake. Thomson. Sew Hampshire election. The Concord statesman thus sums up the causes of the Republican defeat in new Hampshire. A a had Charles Sumner not been forced from his place As chairman of the Senate committed on foreign relations the Rcpt Lioan vote would have been larger had the san Domingo scheme been left to the operation of a Strnal causes instead of being pushed with unreasonable persistence it would have been larger had Congress succeeded in restoring our Commerce to the extent and importance it had before the would have been larger had some of the land Grant Bills however Wise and Justin themselves been discreetly deferred until the Public understanding bad grown up to them it would have been larger and had nil these Canses of embarrassment been withheld we might have carried the state by nearly the usual majority in spite of the demoralization produced in the party by the forcing upon it of unpopular nominations made in a packed now for first monday in april the state election takes place in Connecticut both the state tickets Are in respects the same of last year. Governor English leads the democratic state ticket and Marshall Jewell of Hartford the Republican. Last year governor English beat Jewell handsomely and he will no doubt do the same this year. J revolution to Paris. from the French capital is j exciting and of the highest importance. The Thiers government in attempting to bit due the insurrection in the quarters j of Hont Marc and Belleville was not on by beaten Back after a bloody Battle but a was obliged to abandon the greater part j of pans to the insurgents president j Thiers Assn Casa proclamation on Friday demanding that the insurrection its should Lay Down their arms and threatening Foroe As the alternative. On saturday four regiments of infantry a regiment of Chasseur and a Squadron of cavalry moved against the insurgents but upon reaching Montmartre instead of obeying orders they broke ranks and fraternize with the people. Subsequently a Large Force of gendarmes were sent into the insurrectionary District. They charged the Heights of Montmartre and after severe fighting were repulsed. A Large number were killed. In this conflict general Surville was killed general Paturel wounded and generals de Paladines Lecomte and Clement captured. The two latter were taken before a tribunal styling itself the Central revolutionary committee tried by drumhead sentenced to death and shot in the Garden of Rue Des hosiery. All accounts concur that they died bravely. After the Victory at Montmartre the insurrection its March of through Paris and encamped at the champs de Mars. The government troops under general vinoy and the entire Force of gendarmes have been withdrawn to the left Bank of the Seine leaving the right Bank in Possession of the revolutionists. It is not rely Clear what the leaders of the latter desire. They Are apparently apprehensive that the Biers government or the Bordeaux Assembly contemplates a coup d eat whereby the Republic maybe overthrown and the monarchy restored. The journal de debate commenting on the events of saturday describes them As among the gloomiest in the history of France. A the revolution is mistress of Paris a a this terrible Day has wrought More damage to tho Republic than the Bonaparte the sons tarnation in Paris is great the shops Are closed the Omni Buena have stopped running and the latest Rieng is that the insurgents have established their Headquarters in the place vend me in Flie very heart of the Eity. In then meantime the emperor William having heard the news tas ordered his a Canaii Garmy to Hulf. Congressional 8cmjhaby. Senate March 15.�?a Bill to carry into effect the decision of the supreme court relating to bounties of soldiers enlisted Between May 3rd and a july 32nd, 1861, passed but the vote was afterwards reconsidered. A Bill to authorize the Issue by disbursing officers of duplicate checks passed. The House Bills repealing the duty on Coal and Salt were read a second time. At 1 10 the Senate went into executive session and afterwards adjourned. A a. House or. Wood in trounced a Resolution which was adopted authorizing an inquiry into the advisability of annexing lower California. Or. Eldridge gave notice of Bis intention to jul Rodunce a Bill to suppress the us Konx in new Hampshire. A Bill granting permission to the Morse Monument association to erect a Monument to professor Morse at Pennsylvania Avenue and seventh Street passed. Several hours were occupied in calling the yeas and nays on dilatory motions to prevent or. Butler introducing Liis Kun Konx Bill. Finally a Resolution to appoint a select committee of thirteen to investigate the condition of the South during the recess was introduced and agreed to by a vote of 125 to 41. A Resolution to adjourn sine die on the 20th of March was agreed to yeas 117 nays 76. At M., the House adjourned. Senate March 16.�?the House Bill granting permission for the erection of a Monument to professor Morec was passed. The House Resolution for a final adjournment was temporarily Laid on the. Table. A number of Bills were introduced and referred. At lie expiration of the morning hour the House Bill making appropriations for the payment of additional clerks and messengers in the pension office was taken up. Pending action on it the a Jenate at 1 15 M., went into executive session and soon after adjourned. . Kelley Rose to a personal explanation asking that he be excused from service on the select committee on account of ill health. He entered his solemn protest against or. Butler s charge that the High Tariff men had entered into a combination with the democracy in the passage of or. Peters Resolution. Or. Butter denied that he had made such an accusation against or. Kelley Bat applied it to others. Or. Peters reminded in. Butler that a majority of the republicans present voted for the Resolution. Or. Butler argued that the Resolution was i sprung on the House for a a trick. Or. I Dawes asked an he api ply the word a trick a to tie fifty eight re a publicans who voted for the Resolution ? i speaker Blaine called or. Wheeler of new a \ Ork to the chair Aud came Down himself to the floor and proceeded to deliver. One of the most scathing speeches heard in the House for May years against Bat i Ler. He denounced the letter of Butler a As false in its statements and mean in its. Insinuations and inferences. Butler he said had spoke of tricks tho whole i country knows that the gentleman from 1 Massachusetts was the embodiment of trickery. He charged Butler with insincerity us a party Man and intimated that if it should further Quot Quot Loon Lage. Marriage most people will agree is a serious matter a Tatol Itose the relations of husband and wife Parent and child and the Legal rights and obligations that pertain to them. \ a new Bill was introduced alow in oar legislature in regard to marriages., we do not deem it very important. The main effect of it would be to make a record of a certain class of marriages and five a fee to the clerk recording them the ill makes if the duty of any person empowered by Law to join others in Marge to Jurat require of those presenting teems civics for marriage a License issued by the clerk of the orphans court of the county where the manage ceremony is to be performed under the name and official Seal of said clerk and within thirty Days after the ceremony the person or persons performing tho ceremony shall return the License to the clerk with an endorsement giving the Date of marriage tho name of tho person performing the ceremony and the names of some of the witnesses present. This it will be perceived forbids any person empowered by Law to solemnize a marriage to do so without a License. But it leaves out of sight entirely the condition of the Law in Pennsylvania and in we presume most of the United states and in the kingdom of Scotland through which the intervention of anybody a a empowered by Law to join others in marriage is wholly unnecessary. A marriage is a contract Between two parties if they consent to be a Man Aud wife they Ore Man and wife. Witnesses Are convenient in order to provide the fact. If it be Ever denied but it Lime be proved by the admission of the parties or by their Liv a g together of married persons. Some think that this is a laxity in the Law that favors fraudulent claims and those who hold this View to Iilda gladly see a Law enacted prescribing some form which should alone constitute a valid Legal marriage. But to devise this is no easy matter without creating More inconveniences than is cured. The Law now proposed docs not attempt it. It does not say that there shall be no Legal marriage without a License it Only forbids clergymen and magistrates to perform the marriage ceremony without a warrant from the clerk of the orphans court. We Sec no Utility in this legislation beyond the record made by it. In this City there is an office where people May record a marriage if they choose which few do. It is not obligatory or necessary for any one to do so. It is so easy to prove the fact in most cases that few trouble themselves to perpetuate the testimony to it. This brings us Buck to the objection which some make that it is too. Easy to prove a marriage. There have been some cases in this City in which the allegation of a marriage Lias been made after the death of one of the parties to it Aud established to the detriment and disappointment of expectant heirs. This has commonly happened in cases where men have placed themselves in ambiguous relations and have left the question whether they were married or not in doubt after their decease. Or. Victor Amarello of this City lately died and left his property to his relations in Italy. If he knew he was married he Omil teu to mention it in his will but a claimant to his property came Forward and showed that in a a Lovdy to me the signs of the time indicate a Lively political Campaign in the coming fall if Allanc counts to True it is the intention of the friends of general Butler to place his name be wifi the Republican convention for governor. It is said general Butler is hot committed to this proposition though to does not treat the suggestion with indifference As it leaves him in a Good position to accept senatorial Hon Era in the future or even a higher position,.should tile country demand his services. It has been urged that Butler was Strong Only in tvs mall District and he is not opposed to a movement Winch his friends think will refute this charge. If necessary lie would no doubt take the stump. Or. George b. Loring in Case this programme is carried out will run in the fifth congressional District to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of Butler or he May prefer a foreign appointment. Builer it is whispered will have the support of the labor party and the influence of Wendel Phillips while it is anticipated the Soldier element will sustain him by their votes. Tho opponents of this plan propose to rally under Jewell and Rice though some of the bitterest anti Butler men suggests that the renomination of governor Clafli would Settle the question at least for this year As his a Baucus of carrying the Republican convention Are thought to be More certain than those of any other candidate yet in Iii journal. £�<k�1 . matters. A Tiffany Aad Cramer announce plaster for Sale at Montrose depot. A a Baldwin is sole agent for a wonder of Trio world Quot Susquehanna co Suity Sec certificate. A Dairy woman wanted e. J. Noble. Read notice. A Thomas ii. Donnelly announces Dairy farm to rent in Coconut. A ii. Ship and e. K. Howe give notice of a meeting to receive proposals to build a school House in West j mock saturday april 8th. Sec notice. Al. F. Fitch collects pensions for soldiers of the War of 1812. Read announcement. A a. B. Eldred gives notice of tho names of persons filing application for a incense in the prothonotary a a office for april court. A court proclamation court commences 2nd toy monday in apri it being the 10th Day. A St. Vitus dance cured by mis. A. A. Lor. Sec card. A auction Sale of Stock and other personal property on the premises of Samuel Arnold known As the Blaisdell farm in Jessup thursday March 30th. Sutton auctioneer. A Lynn Sherman Corners has a Public Sale of Stock Etc., thursday March 28. Ami Ely auctioneer. A additional it of sheriff s sales for Friday april 14th, 1871. Promissory notes tho into decision of the 8upreme court in this state in reference to the liabilities of the maker of a promissory note is the attention of every on doing business should be specially directed an a Ordinary i promissory Noto was filled no for the mini of Ono Hundred dollars. After the Noto was made the Payee u is asserted added the words Quot and fifty a thus making it a promissory note for one Hundred and fifty Dollar. This note was passed into the Bonds of in innocent third party who claimed the full sum named in the note. On an Appeal to the 8upretne court it was decided that the drawer was liable Quot he having incited the fraud by his own negligence. It is Well known that i there is a Blank space on printed promissory notes where the amount of Money to be paid is i written and that at the end of this Blank space j the word a a dollars is printed. The supreme court declared that it was Neglio Cuce on the j part of the drawer in not drawing a line be a tween the word a Hundred Quot and the printed word a dollars a and that where such negligence existed and there was nothing on the face of the note that showed any alteration the drawer was liable. The chief Justice added that the supreme court deemed such a Rule necessary to facilitate the circulation of commercial paper and tint at the same time increase tho care of drawers. The Rule is Only to apply however where an alteration is not apparent on tho face of the paper. So Iurasc Academy the Spring session will begin May 1, and continue 11 weeks under a corps of efficient teachers. We Hope for a Liberal patronage. A. Ii. Berlin principal. The poor. Moore of the a Rural new yorker Quot was sitting in his office one afternoon some years ago when a Farmer Friend came in and said a emr. Moore i like your paper but times Are so hard i cannot for a a is that so Friend Jones in a very sorry to hear that you Are so poor if you arc so hard run i will give you my a a of no 1 i can to take it As a a a Well then let s see How we can fix it. You raise chickens i j a a yes a few but they done to bring a a done to they ? neither does my paper Cost anything hardly. Now 1 have a proposition to make to you. 1 will continue your paper and when you go Home you May select from your a 1 it i one Chicken and Call her mine. Take Good j l�a�0 calf j earn of her and bring me the proceeds whether i have a Cal two Days old which weighs one in eggs or chickens and we will Call it Hundred and four pounds can any one left j a a right brother Moore Quot and the old Fel that ask Hammond. I Low chuckled at what he thought a capital bar j Milford. A. Gain. He kept the contract strictly and at the j a end of the year found that he had paid about weather rept ending March 19, �?T71 four prices for his paper. He often tells the joke on himself and says he never has had the face the to Rabja of Hubeart to miss Katie ii. Langas 2ztds it it a Park. The Idle gift of Earth the hollow Praise a the Loro that lives not Bat in empty word that a Nlle the Only in the Sunshine Days and of Heth when the sorrow note is heard not worship of my heart for thee not this the aspiration of my life Fate keeps us for a higher destiny for life with higher things than love is Rife. Like to the bark upon a storm tossed sea. With nop to guide her when tho tempest come so desolate his Carth Carcer will to who lives without a purpose or an aim and like that bark unconscious of its Fate with no cont Rothig hand upon the deck the knowledge of his peril comes too late and leaves him on the Shore of life a wreck. I should not love thee if thy woman heart craved nothing More from me than simple love and were that it could to Rac impart it would not thus my higher nature move we both May throw a most endearing Grace around this higher purer life of ours and duty then will Wear a sweeter face. If we do daily Wreath her brow with Flowers. I owe a double homage unto thee the worship of tho heart and of the mind the one makes up the life of a thee and the other Lias no a self a but Mankind. I glory in thy loveliness and Grace. But in Oliy intellect and soul the Giorc for time will steal the beauties from thy face. While these have won eternal Fame from Yore. He who to learn the purposes of life. Pores Over the tomes of Wisdom a mighty store Lead better turn unto its daily strife. The lesson is not found in ancient lore i sought myself the problem once to solve la vain i searched among the sages shelves the stars which in their perfect spheres revolve perpetual Shine on except themselves. Let us o worshipped of my heart a reclaim our thoughts from every selfish thing that Mars the perfectness of life for which Caim and humbly strive to emulate the stars and with this inspiration from the skies and study deep of natures holy Laws we Niay perchance deserve 9 higher prize than simple the worlds applause. Tio Bottom feb. 25, 1871. P. O. Tang air nog. Too Una in Alt directory one year $1.00�? each additional line go Chi. New Milford. Cayuga 8hozxakzs. Dealer in grow Law . Preah ground. O. U. Hawley. Auen for Empire sewing machine and american Bate doming is Tot ump la Street w. L Moss amp co dealers in dry Good bits com Boot and shoe and general Mere Calfee on my if Street second door below tho spa Scopel is rare. A Union hotel kept by William Smith on main Street near Rob depot a. W. 8. A amp cd for dry us Dudrk in Ron a dour ten ally Oner door from Binney Hotep Kiln 81. N. F. Kinder carnage maker and under Loir on Mala Street two door below Hawley a store. Mccollun Brothers groceries and provisions on main Street. I. Oar Rbt amp 8077. Dealers in flour. Feed Mes Salt. Lime Cement groceries and to visions on main Street opposite the depot. W. Amp t. Hayden of a hears and wholesale dealer in Yankee hotly amps and fancy goods on main Street below episcopal Church. A Moss amp Knap leather manufacturers and dealer in Morocco findings �c., near episcopal Church. A1net a ii Ayden. Dealers in Drain and Medicine Sand manufacturers of cigars on Hila Street Nett a the depot. W. Stephens horse shoeing and general repairing on main Street South of thou rage. J. Dickerman. Jn., dealer in general merchandise Sod clothing Brick store on main a treat Whipple a Mead dealers in on main Street. A great Bend. L. S. Lenheim. Manalac Tunrer of leather and dealer in general merchandise on Maio Street. U. P. Doran merchant tailor and dealer in ready Mado clothing dry Good groceries and provisions main Street. A Lenox Ellb Iii ram Witk of my dealer in Rop trl or Plowy and coatings. A Gibson. Edward Bryant m Muoc Turcus of wagons and sleighs near the Ingalla store. Montrose. Abel Tukell dealer in drug Medl Elnes a a nor. Paints oils Dye stuff groceries jewelry notion Etc. 21, 70 Webb a Gerk new office and dealers in groceries and provisions crockery Etc. Public Avenue. James r. Carmalt attorney at Law. Office on door below Tarbe ii House. Public Avenue. A we. I Cooper a co. Banker sell foreign passage tick is and drafts on England. Ireland and8ec�-land.1 j. R. Fletcher s eating Saloon is then act to get ice Cream. Oysters and cams in every style. On main Street. I to say in was too poor to take a paper since that sunday i former. J obituary. His ambition be i Butler would go Over to the Democrat-1 i a a a in Side and Lead them As gallantly As he w. A a a a a xxv Lovanh i. I i i. I a. I bad uc6u known us or. Und Ince it ?0rtre�?~n�?T a cd she had passed As Bis wifi., for children i be voted fifty six times for Jeff. Davis for . I a a i president Butler replied with equal bit�?�?-1 a a a forms. But Tilas Congress and in thin to Liao tie speaker did not regard him with a Friendly Eye. He knew what it was by exper a hence to be on bad terms with a speaker. I Butler then went on to say that be still regarded the introduction of Blaines Resolution yesterday As a trick. Said lie for ways that Are dark and tricks that Are vain commend me to Blaine which i Rise to maintain. This created an uproar of laughter on both sides of the a ohs. While the discussion was in Progress the As his children. She also pro it a in Mal certificate of their marriage signed City. But As to this it that the signature was not genuine it and indeed the whole paper was undoubtedly in the hand writing of or. Vincent Ameralla himself. On this the court decided him to be a married Man and gave to Liis widow her rights in his property. Such cases As this it is thought by Many would warrant a change in outlaws Aud the requirement of some formality As an indispensable requisite for a . La Annm re Irlton visa ii act a it would perhaps be Desira to the Republican Side. They a a off to t Quot How nne a a i. A a i. Able to suggest anything that would suit the spirit of our Laws. In some countries certain incidents generally of a religious character have been made indispensable to the Validity of a marriage. In England As every novel Reader knows it is common for Montig couples to avoid the rigor of the English Law by running off to Gretna Green a Village just across the Border of Scotland where the Law is As lib alas it is in Pennsylvania. Indeed we know of no substantial difference Between the Laws of the two countries on this Point the legislation now proposed As to marriages solemnized by persons authorized to do so seems to us of no great importance. It is easy to prove the marriage of any two persons who lived together As Man and wife. It is not necessary to have an official record of their marriage. We recollect that this wa3 dispensed with in the French courts in a ease in which mrs. Ridgway of this City of the willing family claimed a portion of the inheritance of a relative in Paris the Duchess of Plaisance there was no official record of the american marriages necessary to the title and they were recognised upon such proof As was consistent with american Law on the subject. The Only real difficulty or hardship that can arise in the present state of the Law is from fraudulent claims made for property on a pretence of marriage. But such claimants must satisfy a court and jury that there was a contract of marriage a consent of the parties. To require some specific proof that shall exclude other might introduce As we have said greater hardships than it cures. To us at least no Means suggests itself of amending satisfactorily the present condition of the Law. It is however Well worthy of consideration now when the subject is before the legislature and some modification of the Law of marriage seems to be in . Dan Noble convicted. 10 trial of Dan Noble one of the Royal insurance now York Bond Rob it it a a a a a Owego ended by the conviction of Noble to be confined in state prison for five years. The chief witness against Noble was Kemp. One of the Bond robbers. Or Mcfarland the lawyer of new York assisted District attorney Stephens of Tioga and Hon. Mito Goodrich was likewise engaged for the prosecution. The counsel of Noble who had previously defended him did not Assiat him on this h is understood that when he had Money he med to even his counsel fees. It will be remembered that the Bond robbery was accomplished by two thieves one who occupied attention while the other seized the Bonds and they were came away by a Confederate. The first Dis Ottery of any of the stolen funds was made in Binghamton by or. George Pratt cashier of the first National other than spectators in a the fight but they seemed to enjoy it immensely. The running debate was excited and continued for an hour. Messes. Kelly so Ellabarger Burdett Butler and Coburn were severally excused from Berving on the committee. At 2 40, the House adjourned. Sex at March 17.�?John w. Johnson senator elect from Virginia was admitted to a seat. A Bill to relieve the political disabilities of senator elect Vance of North Carolina was reported favourably but or. Pomeroy objected to its Cousin aeration. A Bill passed to enable the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad company to mortgage its Road. Or. Anthony submitted a Resolution for the appointment of a joint select committee to investigate alleged Southern outrages. After 6omc debate the Resolution was adopted. A Bill to define a Gross of matches passed. The appropriation Bill for the payment of additional clerks in the pension office was taken up and several amendments adopted among to Ltd one repealing the Law for the commencement of a new Congress on March 4, instead of december. Without final action it was Laid aside and or. Anthonys Resolution limiting business during the present session to legislation upon the South and deficiency Bills was taken up. Or. Sumner opposed. Without action at 330 r. It the Senate went into executive session and afterwards adjourned. joint Resolution was passed by the Honse extending the provisions of the act of 1s62, to aliens who have entered or shall enter the Navy or Marine Corpa and be honorable discharged so As to place them on the same footing As to naturalization Aud citizenship As soldiers. Also the Bill authorizing the commissioner of internal Revenue to determine the form of Revenue Stamps. Or. Butler made several attempts to get his Kun flux Bill before the Honse but failed the democrats making dilatory motions. Finally a motion to adjourn prevailed and tho Honse adjourned until monday. Iii Sofr. It is to be understood that the court of appeals will Render their decision in the Case of Bulloff to Day. Should they confirm the judgment of the courts below he will not be executed until after the general term of the supreme court to be held at Elmira the first week in april where it will to necessary that he should be Token and re sentenced. A what will it Cost to take returns of incomes ? Geni Pleasanton says but 27,000,000 can be raised by the income tax Cost �5,000,. But then the horde of Revenue officers make very efficient politicians. This is Boutwelle a doctrine. Brooklyn items. A the indies a Calico dress party was held at Rogers Hall Homo evenings since. Refreshments were served at 11 of clock after which music and dancing were in order. A a or. Oberlon of Wilke Barric and mrs. Jennie Eldridge former wifi of a Tomford Baldwin was United in marriage at the brides residence by Rev. Spalding. A the Railroad fever has abated and fortunately has not proved fatal in a single Case nor will it unless we have a relapse. _ .uui.usu, . Yinan or this Nock married or. O. Do Laruy and miss further appeared a Eliza youngest daughter of j. T. And Nancy a Perry. A we have hid uncommonly heavy Rains for a few Days . A at the Hou a of the brides father March 9th, Rev. Ii. Houghton United or. Alexander Waldie and miss Anglia Kent. The Bride received sonic valuable and substantial presents. A March 13th, or. Hiram Gussev aged 69 year died at the House of Liis son in Law h. L. Bailey. Funeral no the m. E. Church and burial at the Pasmore co meter the a Atli. 31. . We would tendei1 our grateful acknowledgements to John r. Turbull proprietor of the tar Beli House Montr we for a Fine roast of steal fresh from the Quarter of a Pacific Buffalo. Or. Tarbell while in new York City on saturday last saw a car Load of this delicious meat in a sealed cur on the Pacific railway direct from the Pacific coast from which he purchased a Quarter. It will be somewhat difficult for us to come Down to common beat Steak again. 3vc truly believe to Haft a ignorance is Bliss a sometimes. Monday William l. Post the second child and eldest i son of Isaac and Susannah Post was bom in j tuesday i wednesday what was then known As the a Hinds Settle j intent a now Montroso april 26, a. D. 1807. 1 lie died while in the service of the government at Washington d. C., feb. 20, a. D. 1871, aged i 63 years and 10 Moths. With the exception of j thursday a few to Gitlis Montrose was lib Home and life Long residence As it h now tho resting place of j it a Idun ids remain. Bom in the first and then half i finished framed dwelling House of the town he lived to see of the change which have since 1 it Iken place and to take a prominent part in j the business 1 a a saturday us. Deg. Wind. Weather. 7 .54 r. Cloudy. 12 j6 8. Rainy. 9 34 b. Clear. 7 28. A a 12 46. U 9 35 Cloudy. 7 27 12 43. A a 9 39 s. E. Snow. 7 36 a. K. A rain. 13 39 s. K. A. 9 87 a e. A a 4 40 b. K. Clondy. 12 45 i 42 a e. A a 4 48. Fog. 12 56 Clouds. 9 44 n. W. A a 7 36 n. W. A a 12 46 j Clear. 9 40 a Stroud a Brown. G>pciii1 fire amr life Foo incr Asunta also. Sell inf Road and to Neur York and Philadelphia office one door East of tho tank. F. B. Chandler. General Luxor once and sowing Machino agent. Public Atchue. Burns a Nichols the place to get drag and Medicine. Cigar tobacco pipe pocket Cook spectacles Yankee notion pc. Public Avenue we. L. Cox harness maker and Defier in articles usually kept by the Trade opposite the Bank. A Boyd a Corwin. Dealer in stores. Hardware and Manafe Torero of tin and Shiv Throo Ware Corner of main and Turnpike Street. S. H. Morse merchant tailor and dealer to cloths trim tongs and porn Shang goods and agent for Singer sewing machine on main Street Ford Bam balt Fang. Making it. All Thalia Jil Twila _ Tilou sly honest in Pil of of Topi transactions of Perman Friend of ours pot a Fon Liis personally self Sacri icing Cir Quot ust week upon the arrival of his and charitable to a fault he gained Many dear second pair of wills Aud said to his fam a friends and Universal respect. Although never j a in physician a nov you he Ese doctor it an a office seeker Quot his intelligence sound Jude i a Petter Dot a sch top he Hoot to dose i mint and integrity of principle introduced him a dings. One Bair of quince i dinks ish i into most intimate relations with the whig and alter riot but More As Dot is Blaid a wit Republican leaders nud give weight to his Opin done to it ? dots Vot s de matter Mit note. Lions. These qualities also numbered him Volt know How it is i among the Well known few. Who by common j 1 consent were considered a a a a. Monroe Taylor scream yeast baking powder is ahead of and every a. N. Bullard dealer in groceries or Oritia. Book stationery and Yankee notion at Bead of Public Avenue. T. Spore a co., dealer a a stove hardware act cultural input Oren floor and tiroccr.e�, oppo it it Tarbell roue Raynsford a Mitsuei. Livery and sex Chance stable in rear of bunk building. A j. R. Devitt a jo., dealer in dry Good hard Ware nod general merch Ondis a Corner near Brick Block. New took pod Tryb Ihab tits. A a narrow gang Bairoa it la. A company has been organized in Ohio with $400,000 capital to build a three loot gauge Railroad Between Piqua and Celina running through Miami. Shelby Ang Lazine and Mercer cd Utica the right of Way is to be Twenty feet instead of forty the usual Width. The locomotives Are to weigh five tons instead of thirty and to be capable of drawing from ten to Twenty loaded freight cars each of two and a half ions capacity. Each passenger car is to bold Twenty people. A Road of this gauge is already in operation in Ohio Between Akron and Massilon. An extensive so us of railroads of this Width b Abo being constructed As feeders to the trunk lines entering at Toronto nud the projectors of the Buffalo and Springfield Road Are thinking of adopting the same gauge. It b Abo being adopted in Russia. Coal land decision. The supreme court of this state has recently rendered a decision in which the principle is affirmed that the owners of Coal and Coal land privileges in lands where tho surface b held by other parties must in the removal of Coal protect the surface from injury. In other words that sufficient supports must be left to prevent the surface from sinking or failing into the excavations. The decision was rendered by chief Justice Thompson in a Case tried in Alleghany county before judge Hampton of the District court. The is a question of very great importance in Pennsylvania where such vast tracts of Coal have been disposed of to other parties by the owners of the surface. This decision Elatab Luhcs a principle new to the Law of our state. Important claim. Sheriff Rhoads and u. S. Marshal Lewis Martin of Williamsport arc creating an excitement in the Community by a crying writ9 of ejectment upon Many of our most prominent property holders. Thoj writs of ejectment Are based upon of. It. W. Maynard esq., of Williamsport that James Turnbull jr., Edward f. Young Edward b. Young and Marion e. Fowler hold a Legal title to one fourth of eleven tracts of land situated in the township of Sugarloaf Hazie and Hazleton Borough. O. H. Wheeler of Hauch chunk has acquired full Powers of attorney to work up the Case. He b assisted by Hun. George w. Woodward of the county and j. A Maynard esq., of Williamsport. The tract of land to which these parties Lay claim consists of 3,091 acres and is judged to be Worth at least two millions of dollars. The principal a James Turnbull jr., is a resident of Mas Atland to it a Pel. In the settlement of suits at Law. In 1800 he was prostrated by an affection of the kidneys from which he had not recovered when the financial crash of�?T61, swept away a paternal inheritance and the accumulations of a life time and sent disease to the brain. An insidious softening commenced which under the influence of car toil and Confidence found to he misplaced slowly increased and finally resulted in parlays a. A cold and congestion of the lungs finally brought death death without terror death which he welcomed As the pcs a Senger sent to Bear him Over Jordan where i tie re is a rest for inc in 1843, he made Quot a Good profession before Many witnesses of Hope in Chorbi and was baptized into the Bridgewater. Bap tit Church with a full consciousness of his approaching end he said to an enquiring brother �?o1 have always Clung to that Hope and have no occasion to give it up now. I have do to lab daughter who suggested that he would soon be welcomed by dear ones who bad gone before he replied a yes and i shall not have to Hunt after god for he has hold of my hand the estimation in which to was held al Washington May be judged of by lie following document headed in thesing Rugby j. B. Taylor the head of his Bureau Treasury department Washington March 1,1871. F at a meeting of the clerks in the statistical division of the office of internal Revenue held the Day the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted whereas we have heard with feelings of deep emotion of the death of our Friend and associate or. William l. Post therefore be it re of Rudy that our late Friend had endeared himself to of us by Bis Many excellent qualities and that we can never forget How cheerfully be worked with us even when his health was fast declining. And be it further. Resolved that we shall always cherish the memory of our deceased Friend and that a copy of the present resolutions embodying these our sentiments shall be banded Over to Bis family As a Token of our sympathy and our respect. Thru. On advice is to use do other try no other Call for no other be put off with no other. We. Cooker d. Brown c. T. Benedict j. Darling w. 8. Bailey. Montagne t. Moses Jno. B. Taylor Theodor Poesche he b. Danner r. 8. Moor3, Samuel t. Foster to Osiab j. Fallon. His remains were brought to Montrose feb. 27th, and the funeral senders were attended at the residence of his brother March 1st. The spontaneous demonstration made on the occasion by citizens and friends in Point of numbers and Syu Ipaty the remarks of the officiating Clergyman,.tbe Rev. Or. Hell logo pastor of the first Baptist Church of 8cranton the prayer by the Rcv. Or. Miller of the presbyterian Church of this place the Beautiful hymns Quot rest for the weary Quot and Quot shining Shore Quot were Ull exceedingly Gratifying and comforting to tho mourning relatives and honouring to the memory of the departed Gratifying beyond their highest expectations. Thanks Heartfelt to who in any Way contributed to this Long to to remembered result . P. A Gold was quiet Anil decidedly weak on saturday opening at 111, running no to 1 i but closing finally at 110j, o decline of j. Sterling Exchange ranged from 122�ul23 j. late Rusik Iione of the brides father in Lathrop by Rev. Ii. Jacques on tho 12th, inst., or. Laroy link Lyof West Nicholson and mls. Marian e. Taylor of Lathrop. A the same time and place or. W. If. Squires of West Nicholson and miss. E. R. Strickland of Spring Ville. South Gibson. March 1st.,by Rev. Ii. Bong hum or. L t. Wit Mart of ilo Bottora and miss. Clara Day of Gibson. Corrected weekly by Fulton St., week turkeys per la j chickens a a. I a desc Quot. Ducks a a butter pail. A a firkin. Cheese Dairy per la. A a factory a a. Eggs per Doz i. Flour per barrel. Corn tical 100 lbs wheat per Bushel. Rye. Oats a a Corn a a hops crop of 1870____ beef sides per la. Hogs a a potatoes per bbl. Tallow a a. Wal line Hodsdon 231new York ending 3arch 18,1871 14 to 23 .14 to20 13 to 14 10 to 1837@4032@33 18@16140&1618@19 4.75@ti.453.20@2.801.20@1.5095@1.0051@55 Jessup on tho 6th inst a mrs. Ellen Robinson aged eighty seven years eight months and ten Days. Dear 3iotbcr, thy toils Are Over thine earthly labor u done. Sorrow and care shall come no More the Victr Iyo a gained the Crown is won. Daughters an sons will miss i acc now thy coup so no More hear o Jesus in love to them Bow their sorrowing hearts to Cacor 13th, 1870, Ven suddenly of neuralgia of the of we. Hartley esq., in the seventy first year of her age. 13th, 1871, after an illness of two Days Rachel wife of c. W. Conrad esq., in the 48th year of her age. Pierceville March 5th, 1871, or. S. B. Culver aged 44 years. Or. Culver s remains were brought to Springville Susquehanna county pa., where by request they were interred in due masonic order of which society he was a worthy member. Ppm al mires. Cheering facts for the demonstrates More clearly that tver complaint. In at its distressing forms can to controlled Aud cared without difficulty or . It is an obstinate disease but 1 5 obstinacy is not proof against tho Pertina Cious remedial and restorative operation of Hosteler a stomach bitter. That genial corrective compel us Organ to do a duty. It Muat secreto regularly and healthfully under the influence of tho bitters. Their action brings it Hack from a state of rebellion into perfect Harmony with the Laws of health. If there is Cost ivaness it disappears if there a a Lac Ach or Back Acho it cease if tho skin and the White of to Eye Oro tinged with superfluous bile they recover their natural Hue if the Petito is gone. It Detoma if tho digestion is impaired it la restored in Brief whatever tho symptoms of tho complaint May be and whatever tho phase it Haa As som cd o cure in certain. Tiuch Are tho uniform effects of this preparation where bilious disease has been already developed Bat in Cacey where there is merely a constitutional tendency to liver complaint. It May to prevented throughout life by the regular use in email quantities of this Palau la antidote. These Ore proven facts and should to Terio sly pondered or rather acted upon by persons of bilious habits. Gemans for Young men on the Delight of Home and the propriety or impropriety of getting married with sanitary help for those who feel unfitted tor matrimonial Hap Ponca Bent free in scaled envelopes address Howard association bos p., Philadelphia a. _ state Normal school and err must a Choju social faculty of this institution aim to be very thorough to their instruction and to look Eara fully after the health Man cars and my Rula of the students. Apply tor catalogue to 2i�3�r? Carver a. a sept. 23�?ly Principa. Pc go. 10@149@j3 ,.2.00@3ax>0@10 a the Way a to minister to a mind diseased is to take peruvian sump a protected solution of the pro oxide of Iron which gives strength and vigor to tho whole system restores the digestive organs to perfect health thereby restoring the mind to its natural vigor. Quot wonder of the , to january 28,1871.�?ro whom it my a concern a is to cd tiny that i have Given a. Baldwin of Mont i a., the exclusive control of the Sale of the above i cd remedy in Susquehanna county so Longan Echo to continue in the Basin a and that order Here should be addressed to him. To receive attention it . Tilton propriety March 22, 1s71, to Daisy we Man wanted. Wanted a neat tidy Able bodied woman it in the Dairy and general work of a farm Loa competent person who is Able and we bin wages will be Girruh. Apply Tomro. H j. We by Trose or to the a no Ert Kcf on the firm of hrs Drinker in Bridgewater near Montrose. Bridgewater March 22,1871.�?tf e. J. Koi rented Myfanny Knas tho John Beni such farm 1 we expo Public Sale on tho premises. In Jessup on to Day March 80,187, at 10 of clock a. the lowing property a one Span of mares spa yearling Colts 4 cows 3 two year old he coming in 2 three year Olds 8 yearlings 4 fall pigs. Canes chief mowing Machino by new Light lumber Wagon for one or horses heavy lumber Wagon neck Yoke 7 fact Roca plow chains sett of double harness of bobs nearly new 8avro churning churn pans second Hana cooking stove one Tures Kitchen table 125 sap jobs More or sap Holder for boiling Quanty of bed a Lew Early Rose potatoes some ground Hay and com fodder two or three Hundred pork bags butter pails Chestnut Posta Many other things riot mentioned. Terms.�? sums under $5, Cash Down and upwards front eight to twelve Mono a 1 As May be agreed Apon with interest and proved Security and four per cent off for t v n a s�mw3l a Knox m. 8utton, auctioneer.1 Jessup. March 23,1871. A Subin bar will sell at i a in ouch s 8t Knock cores is on Tom March 28,1871, at 10 o clock a. M., tho foil log property a Ono Bay Mare buggy pm single harness Buffalo Robe Biankie Citrin Bells Bay Fork manure Fork rakes a in anti Hay and Oats a cooking 8 to be bar above 2 Boca 3 a amp a Setu choirs 1 conch 3 first class sewing machine milk a not fruit c pails jars dishes mirrors lamps carpets. I res boxes whiskey kegs and other articles mentioned. Terms of saie.�? Sims of $10 and tin Cash Over $10, six months credit with inti and approved Security. All sums Over cashed 5 per cent wifi to a Lyman Sherman Ain div auctioneer a a a a a Dimock Corners March 23, 1871

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