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• . From the Plough, t“ Loom, and the Art.
: 'THE IhtFROITEMENT . OF .HONFti.
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[Our Polish friend, alluded - to upon another.
page of this number, has given us the follow=
ing results of his own experience in this branch
of industry ; and it being written iii French,
as was .the other, ye have thus translated it
into English.—Ens..P. L. 4 A.]/
Ma. EDITORS-:—The :State of- NeW-I-ork
Produces' honey which I . bave earefolly exam
ined. . It is a fluid, of light weight, and the
Wak ia.yellow. To improve the quality of it,
I make the following :suggestions ; .I . • . .
. 'The honey of wild bees inhabiting he for
est is dark colored, and its wax is rellow.
The holfey of bees feeding in orchards i s clear
er, and tilie wax is : more yellow,' but some
times' these cells are wry white, and he him
ey which they contain is very white. ' la my
country; Poland; I attended 'extensively to the
productions of 'honey; and I perceived
. bees placed in my orchard gave me aerop of
honey clearer, andthe wax of it. white. The
honey; which was separated front: thelwax by I
,draining was found white, compact, [arid 're-
i sembling sugar. to such a degree as, th be cut
with a knife,.. The wax was, very : White.:!
- ]The fo loWing year, the honey ,was of; ap..in.
ferior uality, :IS, well as the wax. • The third
year, the honey was improve/ .1 '
.1 then made itri inxestigationof.the suliject,
- I exaniiiied the habits of the bees, and came
- at4engtit to the solution of the enigma which
had oecopied my attention for , three years..
In the Vicinity 'of the apiary,fl had .a field in
which, I sowed buckwheat:. While this was
in flower, I perceived-that the been constant
ly frequented this field; and that they labor :
',':ed.*itli remarkable diligenee,snd their pro
duet- Was very, large. The itt,ney oft-his year
was iinproved in quality and in quintity. • ,
- The mixt. year, I made an experiment.
' While the buckwheat was in flower, Iremov
. ed their hives upon the ,horder oft the field
I noted carefully the diligence of ;the bees.,
Which was remarkable, and after the-flowers
disappeared, my curiosity led me tb open the
.hives; and I .wa,s greittly astonished Ito find the
comb . full; ,and cnustructed of White wax ;
Whde the:honey was also white. That which
I separated from the comb by; draining mule
gentle heat, and placed : in pots,iforired a com
~ rnass analogous to sugar; so much so,
. ...beit rt-iiiight..be cut with' a knife.
1 leftlivo hives without distarbing . the hon
ey ; anc i fat the approaCh of autumn, 1 again
collected the product. The portions. rom -
.:which the Willey had been removed after the
.flowering of the buckwheat, had been refilled
withlwax and honey, but of-an intetior quali
ty ;-thole of_ the young republics from which
the. honey and the comb had b'eea removed,
hadV been again filled; .but thei two hives
-whieh had remained untouched, had - been de- ____........._____,_____,____;,
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. .prived of their honey, and presented. the as:-. . PitiLrELPII4, Friday, June 8, :ISaa,
...pecie of empty and dry . cells. . i i ;
'The Ohio! States hbld sits m eeting
I was satisfied that the excessive abundance 1 1 -1. ~ , . •
. - •at Cleveland_ this reek,- and its „dee . larat!on of
.01 - honey had induced idleness in the bees,.
. who fed, upon their superfluity, a d, refusiag - principles, Which wine on this tnorning i .has.
to labor, quietly consumed
. ..the product : of iistiffened'upkhe Nlorthern sentim t ent . decided-'
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':- their past-toil.. . .. • .: ilv. • -The [Free StitteS would be!.willin , to
. .1 - lavin this experience, after t e season' of I ' - i :-I ' , 1 '
the national platform : i
- the:flewering of the buckwheat,, I .gathered I adopt. ,thsisi':
_ ray crop entirely,:and at the coritneneenient• ! Principles f thelAmenoan l'* of Ohio
of the :winter 1 inspeeted my hiVes,.remoVed - I. The tutlimittO freedom Pf:r i eligion Ili,:-
'. the; super-abundance, and if theiseaSon was 1 connected With politics; hostility to ecelesi-
_net favorable, :I supplied those hiVes which I astieal influence uPoti the-afftir4;.of.c4oVern
- were not in good condition. - I merit; equality of rights to all! naturalized
.- -13 y this means,- . 1 learned that' the. flowers 1 emigraptS who ark, thoroughly . .i. mthcanized
. of buckwheat presented the best material for I and owe,no temporal allegiane . by reason
honey and. ' fur comb, which, they . supplied i of their religion, higher thaiOltat to the Con
-both in abundance and of superier quality.— 1 stitution.l 1.: i li
' Hence, I have since continued the practice V II: No' interferencee with tile ta gilts of
•\.,a:bove described • - and 1 i .
.adYse arilters wh - zenshi
olp . alreadY ticquireid. by tegners,f i a
\.. - • , • ind .
.give attention to this product, to, give proper 1 the proteetioe Of [law to all +-holhoriestlyein
.•consideratien to my experime . -tit S.. :- l ierate frOin lure [of liberty ; btit the exclu-
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. It: should be added, that this'. gathering 9f skin of fiirkign paupers and 'fells, and .41 re
.:,thO sweets of the 'flowers of .the 'buckwheat I fusel t- extend the right of skfrage to oltwho
.:does not at all diminish the quaritity"of grain, : 'cquie hereafter :114a they:shall 'tiVje 'resided
but,. on the . contrary, its- effect is favorable, 21 v ears Lin. the E',nited States 'id [ eoinplied
and even increases the quantity of flour.
.: , with the r Naturafization law :4... ; I ' - .
During my residence in France, in Sologne, I 111. Opposition, to' all. phlitic,ali organize;
, !a -country siqtaled on the banks of the Loire, (.lions - composed eXCluSively Of Roreigners,and
• -, :.'Ti the departs ents of the Loire and Ch. q., and. to Foreign.4llilitdry ConzpitniiS, and to-all
T—.-, in Mhyenne, and in Bretagne, I re- r attempti to ixOzdi
.the Biblit t from, SchoolSH
.. peated the same experiments with the same l supported by -th. Goi , ernmeitt.ii
.Success; and:to-day, the French apothecaries I . IV. Slavery s I
.11cal—nilit }rational: we ..
make use, of this same white.4ioney,,whieh, ' oppose its'exteasionlin any of.4ur territories,
'ill common; is called the honey of Orleans, and thellnereas 'of its politleall!power bythe
and which commands aprice.ane-third high- admisson into e 11 . ilion Of ally slave State
er than that of ordinary, , .honeV. e i. .or otherwise ; id We. detn i andj of' the Getter-
!I .._ - ' ial Government 6 immediate 4.edress of the:
great wrongs wlich have b'eenliinflieted upon
the cause of fie do .
i dormandthe Arnerican char-
acter by there eal of the - 111i4souri Compro-
mise and the i i ntroductiort of Slavery. into
Kansas, in Violation: of la*, by the fierce of
arms, ;Ind the destruction Of the eleetive fran
chiSe. I • , i, 1 . li
V. In hurnblie imitation lof .'h° wisdom of
Waslrtgtori.. 4-c oppose 411,'Iintervention in
the affairs of Foreign Stun;yet on - -all pro -
er occasions we Will not Withhold .our s • ).-
pathy from any people as!'o ring to be fr .., if
V.I. We support Amerlicatt• industry and
.genius itgninst,: he adver_se:i p4licy of foreign
nations, and fa 2ilities to` biteenal and eater-
nal - perm merek. v- the improyement of Rii
ers and Hart° s nml.the conStruction of Na
tionai floads uniting-the Ivarious,. sections of
the,-Union: • • ' . - : , -
. ..11, The Pzion of 1110 ‘,.„ e fates should be
made perpeturq.by faithftil ,allegionce to the
- Constitution. '-
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• Vat In State , _
polio , • We , calonsly ad vci
tate iZetreticknent gnct'RejO m, a modifica
. of the, preiseist.oppresive, systeni i cif tax
ation, aod a liiieral systent oflPublic Schools.
Cot.. Ktyker.—The Chicago Journal gives
a minute but not flattering history of this in.
_He is about 50 yeit.rs of age,'' tall
and stoops, is retiring in his manners, espec
ially with strangers,; is atnbitious and has a i
slim stock of honesty. He left Pennsylva
ilia at an early age, and settled in Peru.
nois, under the patronag'e. of Daniel Web- 1
ster, whose daughter Julia he courted, and to'
further the suit presented her father vith . a
• pair of cream colored horseS, one. of thefn
:stained to, match, Which has never been laid
•.for, He then contracted fur lexe.aiating the
canal basin at La Salle, by which he extended
his credit and procured a large . stock of
goods, withvbich he opened a smuggling or
; trading post.near Corpus Christi on the Mex
ican 'side otthe Nueces river, which he gar-
risoned and fortified, so strongly as to defy
the Govertirnent authori By treachery , .
!.'he was captured and taken to, the city of. Mex•
ico just at the downfall - of:Santa. Anna's die
tatorship, and taking advantage of -the eon
fu Sion escaped.. Through his exertions the
Texan CongreSs passed a law annexing the
country between the Nueces and the Rio
Grande rivers, and heimmediately got him-
Self elected from the district.' After getting
into the Texan Congress he introduced 'and
I pushed througit the resolution providing for I
' theannexatiOn of Texas to the United States.,
The United States in fixing the boundary line
got into the war with Mateo, and Col.-. Ki
nor Was on hand with large herds of cattle,
which he sold to the U. S. Government at
enamel's profits, and after; the war he was
again ready and puichased'ithein back for lit
•; erally nothing. This completes the sketch- .
'" up to the present time of a remarkably un
- easy man, one who,had a rare talent to make
himselfcoinfortable through the accumulation
, 4:1 wealth but spoiled 4 n ambition to be
creator than his Creator ' ntended ,to make
• him. - I . • •
KAY SA?. NEWl3.—Lawience, We triesday
May 23.-The special eleetion fin- Represent
atives the Legislature, to fill the vacancy
made such by informal proceedings on the
'3oth March, was held on 'the 22d inst., airee. 1
- ably to the Governor's pkvelatnation, which
resulted in the-election of thew Fiee State I
ticket, in the Lawrence district,'ae follows
Philip P. Fowler, . ; 288' votes.
John Hutchison, 283 -
Erastua D. Ladd) . 286 a
Scattering about . 20 a
Everything passed off t quietly, and wi sh
out interruption from nqn-residents: There
appeared to be. butlittle inter:est taken in the
election outside of Lawrence. This, Rota_
bly,'arose from' the fact that the season is
extremely late, and'farmers 'were' busy pre
paring for planting.
The, scattering votes were from persons
who, to4Fatify a perso4l pique, strengthen
ed the hands pf the opponents of freedom by
throwing-away their suffrages. '
The whole number of voters in this dis
trictiras 369 at the census in rebruary.--
fferaki of 13val9m,
[F ro m putnam'sag&i.ine for!June. ]
ROBERT 0 LINOOPI i a !
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HT. iruliAsi ; --- -.t.ii ran* ~
Merrily swinging on briar and weed,, -; 1.•, i; .
Near to the nest of bib little dame,,'-'; f
Over the mountain-sidtl or
_Mead, 1 , 1
Robert of Lincoln isitellthg his name : jf.
Bob-0-link, bob-e-link, - .
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- Spink, spank, spink i • j, • l.
Snug and safe is that nest of (airs, 1 • 1 '
Hidden among the &unmet, flowers
Robert of Lincoln is g;diy drest, 1 ; i
%Vesting a brightialack wedding:coat ;I
White are his shoulders and white *l3 creak
Hear him call in hi merry note;
Bobo' link, bob-o'-link, 1
Spink, spank,t r pink ; ~-
Look,•what a nice ne asst is
Sure there. was never [a bud so fine.,
:. • ' - thee, Ape, eltee.i.
Robert of Lincoln's . utdres wife, 1 :
Pretty and quiet, ith plam brown wine
Passing at home, a p 'ent life; 1
- • Broods hi the 'gra , . ' while her husband
Bob-o'-link, h-o ; link, I
• 7 ' Spink, Spank, pink, i •
1 9 ,
Brood, kind' creature, yon need not fear
Thieves and , robbers iwhile 1 am hOre.
Ch , cbee, chee.'
modest and;sby.,aa.s mini; she ; i
One weak chirp ii her only note.
Braggart and prince ' f braggarts is he;. 1
Pouring boasts fro his little throat ; I
Bob•U`..link, b-q'ink, 1 i
• _ Spick, spank,' spink ;,; I
Never was I afraid of man • 1
i l !
Catch me, cowardly knavir;i, if you can. f .
_ • A
. Chet.; choe, thee/
Six white eggs on a bed of hay 1 . I
pretty Flecked with pin le, r"py sight! i s
There the mother si s all day,' - ,
Robert 15 g,pgingjwith all his !night:
. Ilob-clink, boh•o']ink, 1 i
Spick, spank spink ; .
-Nice good wife, thse i never goes olat, i
Keeping house while I frolic sbont. i
• . . 1 •Cht,'.oice, Owl. •i •
Soon as the little.o' - .3:chip the shell
Six nide mouths re open for feed ; i
Robert of Lincoln b stirs hint well,
• Gathering seeds ffor.the hungry brood,
- ' Bob-o'.link ' hak,'-liuk, 1 ,
Spink, spattl4,'sitink, '! ,
This new life is likely to be i - - I
Hard fora young fel, lotr like ;me.i.
• ; • . Chbe; chee, ichee.
. 1 ; • ,
Robert of Lincoln ii length 1 2 1 made
Sober with work, and silent with care;
Off is his holiday gent laid,l .;
Half forgotten thitt merry Or,
Bo!-o'-link, bob-o' -ling ..; -
Spit*, Spank., spink ;-1 i
• Nobody knows but ivy mate . funiil
Where our nextand our neadingi lie. ,
; . • elite , dhec, che4. ; •
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Summer cranes; the children are , grown;
Fun and Frolic ne mere ke kupws;
Robert of Lincoln's ihuntdrum crone ; 1
. off he dies, and 4e sing as hoigoes:
Bob-o'-link, bob;•&-link, I ''
;-; - Spink, spank, spink; 1 :
,you can pipe that - merry old strain,
Robert of Lincoln, cetne back agaib. ' ;;
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I - Cl' ee, chee, chee, il
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:ampshirii labile, . ..
coN6oim June I.
l' • - - - - .•1 '
(.Iwv,emor 3tfetcalf eras ! inaugurated 'today
at noon, land delivered his first. message to 1
the Leniiilaturte. • 1 i
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He reeorriinends as ittli`e • legislation as
possible [ 4 . bpt that agriculturd should ' be en-- - 1
counted as a l prerentiveito 'Western ernigia,
Von; ndlvises guarded action in relation to
corporation p iveleges, and recommends pet'.
tain changes i the maniiitiaent of the pub
lic schools, - us.well:as the ;eatablishment cif a
State Reform School. 11.10 Governor denotm
cos thC liipiOi" traffic as tt! public nuisance, and
reconimeads ( pie - enactm4tit . of a prohibitory
• law, withpr visions fortia . limited dirmdmi
nation Of.liq'ors in certain cases. His Mes
sagea is elabo 'te upon tilisubject of the - for- .
eign'boin an itheirlufluOloe . upon the relig
ion and pontiffs of the et ritzy. The rejeal
of the Alissoart Compro
i ise r and the.pasige
of the ifebraslta act are pliatieally deicOun
-Ced as)violations of. plighted faith, anl -a
great:wron,t "upon the N'rarth. Thu_ message
' is strong upon the - sabject of slavery, thd h
i quo! tritflic, and. against ~ f iireign- born citizens
i holding office without alresidenec of twenty
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1 9 ? e Y, r i s , • ,•f .
—Nialroi4Porter ofZ4 ewarli, N. J., ; son
of Rev i t Su, Baldwin:Of Montrose, is now
serving in a i regiment of the Stilton's cavalry
rat Eupatoriai,, lie is mow a binboshi (Ma
jor) though more correctly a Lieutenant-Col
onel, for he bairn:tads one thousand men.—
Oinar Par, i ; -andßel= Nebo, (General
Cxviu * tit to Mr rowri at Baliiklova,
in warm to of WO. Potter, and.he is
congidered one the bra test and most efficient
Sultan. o f th e 'fqrei t triers in i,ue r oervice p Luc
7 -10r.v. CoiAP/A;eaye the imperial
gambler o 'ranee wimilbia,t,twee with dice
made from e bones or dm rest Napoleon,
' PoIDON OF BAD VINTILATION-The Paw
PAW (Mich.) Free Press relates tt story of a
doss , bitten by a rattlesnake shut _up in a close
stable With three horses. • in the morning the
cos was dead and thi horses blind and still:
';They were removed to the open air, and af
ter being moved round and bled recovered
their sight.' It is a pity that the builder of
the stable could nut recover his sight so as
to see that no animal can live in
,a close sta
ble -amid' a poisoned atmosphere, whether
from rattlesnake poison or the carbonic acid
gas generated by the lungs of animals com
bined with other putrid matter.
Every stable should be close and, warm,
but it should be also-so ventilated that every
beast should have a 'constant supply of purel
fresh air. .
. T. / Orchard, lit
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Jackion, Susqu
Lanni county, Pa. Residence at the Postoffice;
- Hall it Lamb, .
CABINET MAKERS, hare recently opened a war&
room in New Milford, and Aril' keep eo*'
stantly on band all kinds of Cabinet-ware; also Read
made Coffins. Funerals attended with or -without
hearse. Ware-room nearly oppcisite J. Diekerman
New Milford, May 13,1855. e. 20- 7 1 y k
• A. & E Baldimin,
It 1r ANITFACTURERS :OF SADDLES, HARNE4,
Trunks, 1 . Vbips, &el., • In the Basement of Searte t ts
Rotel, Montrose, Pa.
. BE Simmons,
13 OOT AND STIOirIiA.KEIL Shop first door
of Odd Fellows' hind, turnpike st., Montrose
AN now be found at his new stand on, Owego t.q
two doors west of Searle's Hotel, where he if
fecdually repairs with diapakh, Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Guns, and every description of Machinery.
Wheel cutting; "Gun and Watch materials supplied
to the trade. .
CIIRGEON DENTIST, Montrose, Paf, at Se,arle's
Ai Hotel, Mondays and Tuesdays of each week. I
• . Henry S. Knapp, i
ITOSTRO.SE, PA., with A'ote,. Woo'driti 11.6 Car-
L ter, Wholesale Grocers and 'Comtnission Mer
chants, No. 173 Washington street, between Colirt
andt and Dey streets, .pv , r0n1.... • ' - 1
Caleb WeekL .
QADDLE, HARNESS, 'TRUNK MAKER and Car
riage Trimmer. Shop at :his dwaing house,
early opposite Henry Drinker's. jrautr4se, Pa.
=let - &
ATTORNETS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAI
and Solicitors in Chancery. Office o. 44
street, Chicago, ill.
tiREENIVICH STREET, (neav Broadway,)
York. Salisbury & Co.,. l Proprietors. ,In
vicinity of the principal steamboat landings.
IMEALEIt IN DItY GOO p - s, Groceries, Clothlog,
1-1 Crockery; Boots, and Shop, &e., Susirtifha i ntea
Deliot, Pa. :
••• Bentley & Pitel4. •
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND BOUNTY LAN
,GENTS, Movitrose, Pa, • I
111.'1 1 . 11F.NTLET. 1.. F. FITCH
17 4 4 41,StflONABLE TAILOR . Shop under Sere 'a
1 Hotel, Maine street, Montrose, Pa.
11. D. 1E44 ,
T'VERY AND EXCHANGE STABLE. OffiI
14 in the rear of Wilson's Stare; ifontrOac-P,
DEALER IN .STOVES, Tin, Copper, and het
Iron Ware, Limicrseill , , new Greta Bend Depot.
December 4. • •
L. P. 1:11314
ATTORNEY AT LAW,. Stispiehanoa, Pa. Office
on Matne street, one door east of Lenhetna.
Frazier & Case, . •
A TTORSEYS AM) COUNSEI.LORS AT LAW
ilk. Office on Turnpike street,
Poses Store, Montroar, Pa.
I TTORNEY AT LAW and Juo
111 over I. L Pao & Co's Sore
ATTORICEY AT LAW AND• COMMISSIOSER of
- Dszos, for the State of ,NeW York, will ittend
to all business entrusted to him with promptness and
fidelity.. Office on Public Square, occupied by Hon.
Abel Tairelk — ' -----
TIEALER IN DRUGS, ILIEDRINES, Cheinicals;
1 1 Paints, Oils, Dye-stulß; Groceries, Dry Goods,
Hardware, Stoneware, Glassware, Clocks, W Cites,
T. l .
Jewelry, Silver Spoons,_ Spectacles, ustra
merits, Trusses, Surgical/ Instruments, Litino Per
fumery, rim" Stationery, Brushes, Shoes, Yankee
Lc. Notions, L -, ;,
• B. R. Lyonis & Co., ...
AVIIOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS 11
V I Dry Goods Groceries, Salt, Flour, and Hard.
ware, Lantsboro, Pa.' .
P. B. Ch a ndler,
TIEALER IN DRY GOODS, Rea4y Made Clothing,
/ Cfroccrieg;Booka and Stationery, etc., Public
Avenue, Montroo, Pa. ..
Patrick & Dianoisk,
11311TSICIANS AND SUDGEONS. Office No. 4
Owsgo street, Montrose, Pa. - -
LL. Post & Co..
713,C IN DRY GOODS, Groceries, Crockery
Hardware, Leather, Flour etc.; corner of Turn
pike street and Public Avenue Montrose, Pa.
Lyon; & Son.,
DEALERS DT DRY GOODS, Oraoaries, Hardware,
Crockery, Yinware e lGrocerles,l3ooka, etc.; also,
carry on the Book Bioding laasinesa--Public Avenue,
Montrose, Pa- • • -
Bentley & Read,
EALERS IX DRY. GOODS, Drugs, Medicines,
Oils, likoceTia . Mardware, Crockery,
iron, Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Edver<Spoons, Per
timers, Lc.—PoCit of Public Avenue, Montrose.
Sayre, Bentley 4-,Perkins,
TANUFACTURERS OF AICD DEALERS Lei 'all
.131 kinds of Castings, Stores, Agricultural Imple
ments, etc. Office at. Sayre's Store, Public Avenue;
Manufactory at the Eagle Foundry,, Foot of Cherry
street, Montrose, Pa.
Wiliam * William 8 Jesrap,
A- TTOBNEYB AT LAW, Montrose, Pa. Proc
./A. Lice In Bascfactianna, Brogan], Wayne, Wyo
ming arid Luzerai "outfits. 1!
'William W. Smith & Co.,
O.LBIICZT MAKER& They keep eonstandy on
V hand a good assoitzbent of all kinds of Cabinet
Furniture. Shop and Wire Rooms at tbe,foot of
Maine sine; Montrose, Pa.
Rockwell, Wilitell-lkec. ,
ItirANUFACTUREP and DEALERS in &raw
Goods, Heat, Caps, Puri, Umbrellas Para
sols, Ribbons, eke. fiv., Kn. 20 Courdandt street, Fele
York, (up stairs.) .
. B. ROCEWU.L.
. . Prinklb' . Primer. •
ATTORNEY AND. COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Montrose, Pa, will attend faithfully to all bual. .
nem entrusted to him in - the county-of Susqudhanna.
Conveyanciag and writing of all kinds wal lie done
neatly, and urges moderate. he will *he attend to
the prosecution of claimsof soldims, their widows and
the 'United States GOvernment, for
a t li t, Pensions, ke. )!I[ay be found at all
hours at the office fornterly occupied by J: T. Rich
'2,zds. Esq., north-of the Court house., ! 1489.
- C. Tyler,
TITTERER= with I. L. HINT, Importer of and
Deafer iu Hardware and Cutlery, Carriage Springs,
No. 215 Pearl sues, New York, where his Rer
ead& friends, in this bid other amities, are kindly
invited, and earnestly solicited to cell and puelrteP—
WE are receiving this week a lot of New Goods, jest
par Chased in the city, which renders our assortment
complete, and which we , offer no the most feeorabk
tea's, at the sew building, one door above the Post
Office'. • SPUMY ti READ.
ontrose, Febrtutri 8, 1856
I - •
To the Peopllo of Suiqueliguililic
'ORM° one of thegreittesitmfei,ers by the recent
destructive Bre - 14 Montrose,l having lost my
store-house and nearly ed. my goods, I have - not
however given over to ilea air, tut have liken
store room bl i the loWer part of the town, first dom
north . of Keeler's Ifotid,into which :I have placed tlit
small stock savedfroni die 6iits; and: will in the course
of a very short dine up the stem with an entire
new stock of goods. `i/o my preubt new locatiou,l
will be happy to see arid wilt on my old customers
and the public generally who wfll Woe me with a
call. I have resolved to "wirer give sop the ehip."- , -
1 am deteimined to _keep a DRUG STORE, 'and to
keep a good assortment of Dregs,Aledieinee, Paints,
finwry, Yankee Noliens, and all aorta of Fancy
Gooch, &e. such u I kept before the fire, which
devoured the earnings of a , time in an hour. ;
Montrose, Nov.22i 1e.% TURRELy...
110, Will every nian indebted to me, please
.13 • remember me in thip my time of need,
by sending to me the amount tluef.htimediately.
November 23, 18544 ABEL TERRELL;
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER SPOONS
ak.c. ae.e. - . •
CIOLD and Silver Patent Leger, Anchor and
pine Watches, jnst received and for - sale by
BEITLEY it READ.
AGOOD asetortraOt of Jewari', consisting of Ear
Rings, Ear Dr4s, , Breast Fins, •Fiuger Rings,
4te. &a.; justreceirea fat BENTLEY & READ's.
• • • SilvJer Spoons.
Tea, Table, Des;ert,
.B:3,gar p lealt„ &e., warranted pure,
for sale by _ _ 'BENTLEY & READ.
Hoot and Nhoes. .
An unusually , goat! tuisorkment of the best make, all
fresh and perfect foiiiale by BENTLEY & READ.
Deuce lc nes.
A fresh stock genuine Drug and :
Medicines, Paints_Dils, Dye-stugfs, &c., for said br.
Dec. 13.1 . .% - : : 1 1 1"; BENTLEY & READ.'
OUR STOCK oposTons
Is • NOW COMP,L.6,' Tist--atid we would take 'this
opportunity to ity that we tan show the Most
beautiful and splendid patterns pf Parlor and Cooking
Stoves to be found id the county. Among them can
be seen the RevolA, nglEront Nand Gothic Parlor, for
wood or coal, entire new and decidedly pretty,steves.
Prices front five to" ! tenl dellarsJ . Of Cooking Stoves
we think it needla,o 'say much; only to'remark,ihat
we are selling themist our fornfer prices, and judging
from the rapidity of our sales, we believe the public
are entirely satisfied with our prices and the , quality
of ,our Wares. , WO! have "a fe , ir more left" of the
"Clinton Air-tighCtlevated Oven Stove," acknowl
edged to be the beat cooking More now in use. Rus
sia and English Stp - yePipe at old prices,- and • Trim
mings and Tin ware of all descriptions at the 'very
lowest rates. - ; DICKERMAN, jr.
New Milford; October 23, 18U54. ,
TIII strow NetIIIIINGS •
HAVE KICKED VP A TERRIBLE MESS!
But, ver y feit*Aleke , the earth is not thrown
• from its orbit, and the', sun shihes on as before ; ens-
Wing the " Picturellan ".to work at his trade of light
and shade in his usual eatistory manner.
His New Stock, lust purchased, cornpriies every
thing neat 'and desirable in the 'Daguerreotype line,
and he asks that
,vott Will not , forget to call. •
Ile has also sonio recently published. Books, which
will be sure to please those Who•wish good reading.
r W. B. DEANS.
Odd -Fellows'l , Ventre:4e Pa.
W. *B. D. does not take rieturcs for 25 or 50
cents. Those wild ih . such irash must go elsewhere.
- Jolhat.Gr4)t,ies iit
AS 'nature, who fUrnishft% tb birds and beasts with
an extra coat for Winter, bee' not made isimilar pro
iision for man, I bave conchjded to take it upon my
self to-attend to that departtnent; and therefore I
think proper to announce thitt ell shivering-male bi
peds, that need no* apparel, glorious or inglorious,
fashionable or uttfaAhionable, can have their wants
supplied and their}t4tes suited by calling on me, at
my shop in liontrese
STOVFS AND iTLN ; WARE FOR TIIE
i • -i,. PEOPLE. . .
I,ITOODRUFF' 0 ELDRED have constantly on handV
V a large 8911 t'ell.gertected astortment or tin
wire, , Reels and e . Chain fcir wells, pumps, cistern
punk, km., Hyd,einthe Rung, Japanned wares, lead
pipes of all sizes lite ' itc. Job work done with neat
ness and despatch; all orders promptly attended to.
kept constantly.* hind, a assortment or stoves
1 2 /
of the - latest imprOVed and Approved patterns. Our
experience in the business enables us to select thOse
that we can safely warrant to give entire satisfaction.
Amongst our *lntroits stock can be found the
Paragon air tight' Star of the West, Elevated
New World, ;. ' Ointon, ' [Oven.
Atlas, • ,;
.!t Ntivathr, 4l
Phoenix," ' We Fly, • . «- •
Three States, .;;" .. W, estern Qneen, • "
Globe, , ..1 g" Premium.
S. A. WOOT)11r11.
.i ' G. II: ILIAtED.
JEELER k STODDARD, since - the late fi re, may
% be' found inithe DAAEMENT OF SE-4R LE" s-
HOTEL, Nottrithstandiktg the unprecedented, ra- i
,with whitila °iv . stpck 'of Boots, Shoes, kc.,
"went of!" on t h e morning of the fire , we still have ,1
some on hand, and shall mon be well supplied again.
,l'' •• I FEELER k STODDARD. 1
Montrose. Norernberl4..lBs4. • • ,
• i .1 ~.__
.., p _ . ...„ _ . , .........._________._
FARM FOR SALE , AT GREAT BARGAINS. ; ' .I
THE subscribers offer , for sale 'on the most liberal: ,
and easy tenns,Onelf the *located farms for making'
money in Northern Pennaylvania. • ThA said farm is
situated on the Newburg! and Owego Turnpike, two' i
miles east of :Wield Pleasant village, and - twelve from '
alio 2 , 1-. Y. A. R. M. IL; alaa'aery conveniently situated
to. Churches, Ekhoola, Grist-nulls ' Saw - mills, Black.
smith shops ke:,..; , It co Otins onehuodred and sixty . . ,
one acres,. one hundred of it under a good state of
cultivation, well waterecrand good buildings, consist'.
ing of a g ood framed hole,well finisnedeff, and very
conveniently arranged.. A lso two good barns and a
good barn shed!well ealchlated for convenience. two
large,orchardi fielding *an 500 to 1000 buihels an
nually, mostly. grafted frelt of the best quality. The
farm is well adapted to gracing sufficient to keep a
large stock. tor price and terms apply to B. F.
EATON, or loIa:MED:AARE, on the premises.
Hanford. llei , 1 3 lill• • I
More Ottstlibre New GOOds. •
lI.BURICITT:k now receiving new and full
supplies of G04:4 for the Winter Trade, in
cluding a new!Mld elegant assortment of French ..,W
-rinoes, Merino and Cashmere Plaids; Plaid, Pan
el, and Plain" e Land, Paramettos, Brodie, Square
and Lony S'4els, all of heir and best styleS, and will
be sold at 25 per cent. teas than last year's; prices.—
..film a new assortment of Rich Ribbons and Bonnets,
Wide Silk V4vets for; Cloaks and Mantillas, Rich
Silk and reivet tress
Trimmings, Mohair Head
Dresses, Ripolets kc.ike., with a gen rat assortment
of other Sraii.E and PASO' .GDODS, S. usual, , which
having bought under: he present p ,re of the cash
markei, will Oa , sold at corresponding and '
prices. ' I : } • j-
New Milforit Novetilber 2 . 1, 1754.
I' - 1
TOE Siring 4sods
ceived at L L. POT •L•
"qualit7:, style *ad. pri*
:Staple Dry Goo4s, ColUrs, Serves,
, .Dress Givds,, li_ - Edsrfi)gs, .t
- Mats aid Cassano* Bowes,
White I.loodailt and Parasols. •
CLOTIII.IO-,-a fine stock: Groceries it all vari
eties: Ilardiare, Croekery, Looking Glastes, and in
every departip' cut. tkiiir assortment is good, and ' , at
prices to suit: 1 " - !
Montrose, iNarel 2(, 18515. , I , 1
The copertilenibip:keretafore existing between the
tiubseiibOs under the firm of E. ,S Kent & i s
eixI F...7BKENT k CO.
Brooklyn:Apr 2, 1858. 14w4
LARD and .T 4 it:OW ; also, Farmers tools in gen s
eral - • L L. POST & CO's:
PURE Tiinothy and Corer seed at •
• 1 ••. '
1)U/tE rqxoshy aild dove? Seed, at I
- : F, B. CHANDLERS
:GARDEN SEEDG. -
A IMMO lot of Rbakers', Rochester, and rointec
tient tart teas . just (pealed and tsato.bj
'March 20. , • J. LYONS.
A few =Ode. that vibe sold 0i4 , ..y camp.
loaramet*, eomdifuereit/iPelainar at rad bargains
at LYONS & SON'S.
A. fresh supply of
.ife t te.4 8_ per gallon.; Syrups at 4; 5 4t:
5 3 gOY LTONS EON.
now, being re.
CO's. Are desirable in
,LYONS & SON.
, .. ..
! .3• .
.!'z... :••••'''. 7.‘ 3 1 :..., 1:411 'mg
i t :Z .4 "1. 1 :`14; ~ ..• •l• -, ''Y 1 I :
.t -j. •
... :..i: , ....,•: I _.- Stt-;::.R -:
- - --." 11r: . '..
..-- —..sr, - .....i : ' l4 ' "
, - AYE 'S i PILIS
. A HEW and a' gularly euce‘sful remedy fel; the.
•-• :cure of all If lions peasol---CostiVeness, Indi
gesticm,„Jaundice, ropsy,4l,hedmatism ',Fevers, Hu
morsl Gout, Neivo en, Irritability, In'thumnatlons, ,
Headache, Paine I the Breast, Side, Back - and Llinba,
Female Complain , lie. tie. -Indeed, very few arc
the diseases in w ich,i a Purgative Medicine Is not
more or less,requireag and 'much sieknesa and suffer
ing Might be protented, if a harmless but effectual
cathartic were tactic freely usedi NO person can feel
well While a costi t o kph of bOdy prevails; .beSides,
it soon 4encrate*,sootts and 'often fktal diseases,
which might have Wen avoided by the timely and
judicious use of a ko4d pur,, , ativ e. This is alike true
of Colds, Feverish symptoms, and Billions derange
ments. Theiall kentl to become (Sr pruduce the deep
seated and formidable distempers which kaid ,the
hearses all over, thelland-t Hence a reliable ftmily
phySic is of the - first importance to the public health,
and! this Pill hue been perfeeted, with:, consummate
skill - to meet that 'detuand. An extensive trial of its
virtues by Physicians, PrOfessers, and Patients, has
shown results surpaSsing any thing hitherto known of
any, medicine. Cures have been effected beyond be-
lief,' were they not substantiated by persons, of such
exalted positions And character as to fiirbid the sus
picion of untruth. Among the eminent gentlemen
who have testified In favor of these rills, we may
Doct. A. A.Nt:s, AtialytiCal Chet ist of Boston,
and State Assayer ofMassachusett4; GAILDNKR,
Governor of Musimui,husett:6; Eitonv WAsinionx Ex.
Goy. of Massachusetts;
. .51761E0N Bnow,S, Lieut. 'Gov.
of Mass.; E. M. Witonr, Secretary of State of Mass. '
Jour B. Frrzraratix, Cath Ilishop of Boston; Prof.
Joitx Toanar, of the College . bf l'hysiFians and-Sur
geons, New York city ; lir. C. T. JACKSON, Geologist
of the Public Lando of the United States; 'Jr. J. R.
CnitToN, Practical ChetniOt of -New York City, endors
ed. by lion. W. L ;Nancy, Secretary of State; Wu.
'B. Assort, the richest niaii in I f tint'nica; S. L AND .k
Ca.,, Proprietors Of. the: -.MetroPolitan hotel, and
Did space -permit, we ! could •give Imany.hundi.l
Certificates from,all part 4 where the Pills have been
used, but evideric4 even' more convincing than the
eiperience of emittent public!men . found in their
,effects upon trial. :; "i .
the', result .of long iniestigation and
study, are offered totheipublic as thei best and most
complete which the
,present state of enedlel science
can afford. They 'are cOmponnded net-of the drop
themselves, but of the Medieireil•vit tifes only of Veg.
enable remedies extracted bye cheeideal process in a
state of purity, and combined together in such it man
ner. as to itieure the
,beat results. This system of
'composition for medicines has - been kneed in.cherry
'Pectaral and Pills both' to producela more efficient
remedy than had bither;o been obtained ; by any pro- I
cess. The reason is •pe.rfectly obvkus. While by
the old mode of Composition; every Medicine is bur
!kneel with moref,or les4 of acrimonious and injurious I
yealities, by this :,each individeal virtue only that is,l
.desired for the curative effect is preseht, theln
ek and obnoxious qualities of eacti, substance . ems I
Ployed are kit behind, the curative virtues only he- '
ing retained._ hence it is
; self evident the effects
should prove as they hive proved,i more-purely rein
edial, and the pills a mere powerful antidote to dis- I
ease than any other medicine knnwrito the world. - •I
1 As it is frequently - expedient: that :Many medicines I
should be taken ;I under. the 'counsel Of an attending
physician, and as he chuld not properly judge. of a
remedy without knowing its ; composition, I have sup
plied the accurate. formulre by 'Which both inv-Pecto
, rid and Pills are made; to trie whole body of Practi
tinners in the tnited States and British American
ProVinceS. .If, however ' there should he any one
who has not received them; tNey will. be forwarded
I by' nail at his request-; •i •
Of all tbel'atent•Mediciftes ,that;are offered, how
I few would be taken - if their! composition was known !
Their life consists in their Mystery. ~I have no treys
; teries. The composition of inY preparations is laid.
open to all men; and all who are co potent to judge
on the subject freely acknovidedge their,consictions of
their intrinsic merits. • The Cherry Pectoral was pro
, bounced by scientificlrifen ter be a wonderful medicine
before its effects were knoirm Many eminent
Sicians hive delared the same thing:of my Pills, and
even more confidently, and are willing to certify that
their.anticipatiOns -were More than: realized; by their
effects upon trial. They operate ,by their powerful
iinfluence on the- internal viscera to purify the blood
and stimulate it into healthy action,-remove the ob
structions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other c;Z.-
I gars of the body, restoring their regular - action to
health; and by correcting wherever- they exist,Auch
derangements as are the •tirst'origid - of disease.
1 - • Prepared 14 Dr. J 4 C. AYER, Praciical and Ana
ills-deal Chemist; Lowell, Mass. Price 25 cents per
box. Five•boxes for $l,OO. Sold hi ADEL Tiler -ELL,
Montrose ; B:. F. kit. 11. 'EATON, -Harford; enunen
9' & PIIINNE; ' Llundliff„ and by, all dealers in medicines
1 every where. ; •
TBE subscribers haying secured' the sole-,right to i
DAVIS; AD,IUST-I,I.II.E;'CHURN ,
BUTI'EIZ-WORKER, far Susquehanna and several;'
adjoining counties/respectfully invite all Butter mak
ers to examine and ir.st themerits 'of this new, and
valuable invention. i Ire propose. in furnish each and
all of. you with a Cut:ax' that .will; ;produce ma much
butter in as short tine as' anY,other churti-•- 7 one
that will eranpletcly firlarl i the huf(erniiM, trash and
work in Me gall, &pining lt perfectly thr'ugh Me'
hotter and fit'it for use, ; without removing it from the
churn. Churn is simple in its construction; sci
entific in its operation, and - easily Cleaned and kept in
order, ; and can be easily : attached to any propelling
.For further particulamiapply personally by let>
• ter to JAS. DV:3III;I 4 XL and J. N. BRONSON,
.Ararat, Susqnehnnni county, y-0.;
OU3II'S d Puips
. . ,
The- GreatW InzilroreniCnt Of the Age. l 7 -,C.
, H, Williams' .Dauhle-Aclftg Ball Value •
Force anq Lift PiOnps— ' , . .
A 11" itnprOvemerd above all Other pumps or. ma-
Chines'for lifting, tlirovring; and carrying water,
combining both a Pump and • a The Engine. This
Pump, patetdecl in February, 18.0, is the whole of it
metallic. !!to bolts ;Orsdrews about it to rust, conse
quently it, will last,'W man's life time. It can he used
in every vapety of fornt--ean draw water from any
situation, add carry it toiany part nt . a - buildin g . It
is superior . / to all other Pumps for Distilleries, Taper
Mills, Tanneries, Brick Yards Iron-Works and Ilan
ufaduring establishinentA of all - Muds,
• All orders must be addre.ssedto Anntsox PtapticK,
Lodersvillei Pa.; who 'luta 'the sole right -for- Susque
hanna counts. •
11' N 107 V INSIT RANiCE comp,imr,
a, a'. COMPANI
OFPICP.. ATHENS. "IIIIATITOP.i) COUNTY, PA.
Secured hst Bond and Mortqao OIL the Real Estate
• - of the Stant holders:
Insures against lbsS by Fire, !Of Houses, Stores, :and
other buildings,&iods, Wares .find - Merchandise - on
as favorable termsits any simiar Institution. Losses
promptly adjusted and paid. i , -
DinEcrous.—Boh. Horace Williston;Athens; Fran.
cis Tyler, do. • George A. Perkins do. ; J. T, D. Meyer,
do.; C, Shipman,' do: ;C. Ft - Welles, Jr. do: ;J, E.
Canfield do.; Hon. John'Lapbtte, Towanda; Gen: B.
Wakeman, LaceyViile; Geo. 2d. Ilollenbaek, Wilkes
barre ; Michael. Meylert, Lapoite, Pa. -
Orricans.—Hon. Horace Williston, President.; C.
F. Wellsr jr., V. Pres. , and Tress.; 'J. _E. Canfield,
Agento. S. Blintz, Xontroise,: Pa [1.53.7m3
• FARRISi FOR RALE •
PRE - sOltscribei ; will Act as agent for buying and sell
ing heal E.stikte--Farmi, Douses, and Lota—lo
cated in Susquehanna county ' , All who wish to
offer their property forjsale can give a minute descrip
tion of their-Farms
,oriLots as flows : Number of
acres, how many improved ; arid ow watered, build
ings; orchards, grafted on comm n fruit.; other fruit
trees; and the nearest point to 1 e D. L. &W. R
and N. Y. & E. R. R. •
62 farms on the list,, 43 unkd . By calling on the
sabieriber a minute description, price and terms can
Officeron Turnpike st: 4 doors weit of Main Ft.
ItlontiOse, August 15, 1854. I AT:BALDWIN.
FACTS FOR' Titio PEOPLE.
Tak isttmeriber is carrying. on the' CHAIR MAK-
I 120 BUSINRSS in ,11 its various branches at
the Chair and Ware Shop in Raiford, where may be
found k igieater variety ofj Windsor and - Rocking
j•Chaint than at any establishment in thdcounty;
also Mg and Cabe Seto, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Loung
es, Settees, Tables, Stands, ptc. dre, all of which-will
be soklj at the lowest prices - at retail, (or wholesale, :
with short notice:) All werk warranted well made
and of good material. Shoat credits and small profits
will bellny moue. Fix deMorustration of the *bore
facie, please call at mrshon Rarffird village
, • W GREENWOOD:
,11+1, October 12, 18 4. " 15481116
• 3111ISIC 1 !SIC i
YRINCES IifeROVED ' .II fELODEONEI; more just
receisod by J. LYONS k SON.
'; i I
Bth of c
chi is hi
Dr. HP ~
thy and __ iatn 4 , --..,
practice for t th e last twelve years, and having fast in
troduced 11/meonathy!! into Binghamton, N. T.; In
1847.- His bin of treatment is mild, soft and Oen.
eious, and fferent front that of any other physician,
awl cures n iy ill
in all stages of the disease.
rir Dr. Harris testimonials of character; abil
ity and skill from a numbers' of - the Most eminent
medical me in thocity of New York, among them .
the celebrated Dr. Valentine Mott. I
Persons wishing ,prompt relief or permanent cures.
will do well to call without delay. Charges moderate..
Consultatiogfreei Patients visited at their residences
if desired._ 10ffich hours froml in the morning until
9 in the ereeitig.;
lA,dyssiil l ages. - ... ._ • -
The advantages of the Homeopathic treatment of
diseases ar : ! ! • • - :
Ist. Thit patients t reated HOmeopathically, usual
ly are cured much keener than by any other practice.
24. I Tht many', patients can be cured by Home°. ,
pathic rem e dies wheleannot be cured by any other
Zrti. That - p, dents treated Homeopathically, de
not have to labor under the bad effects of the mein
chm they have taken t j to cure the disease.
I I 111 0 •
TAr TEST NEWS BY THE STEAM
• I , 1, ERS,iiRE, .
P HAT the Spanish Court has decided not to sell the
1 Islandrof Cubri, but Joseph Wittenberg &Brother
have recently decided to open a new store, in the
building of L. lieariejia - few doors east of Post's store,
opposite Wilscin'i,dstelling- house, corner of Chestnut
and °wile streetti, Where they will keep on hand a
splendid n i stiortmelit lef Ready Made Clothing; also in
addititionao this, it good assortment of Broad • Cloth,:
Ca.ssimerei, Ken, tuekey ;Cans, &c.; in short, a general
assortment of Genil‘en's furnishing Goods. Also, a
splendid is.' sorttnent et Ladies' Dress Goods, Silks, Me.
Huos, EelaineS„ Alpaccas, Embroideries, Shawls, Lag
es, Dress !Trimming*, &c. &c., all of which they are dE
terminedito offer, tolthe public at' very low prices.-.
All Good warranted to give satisfiction, as well in
quality a.i in rice. . .
Plese g iv eius a trial before purchasing elsewhere.
•.1 '- 4. ;WITTENBERG & BROTHER.
1ainj26.1854 2 e , •
Moni s 4se,
t• I_ N EW - GOOD% • .
iII.ifIT4I.RX & PARK return
. their . grateful
1..V1. acltnowledgetnents to the public, and invite at
tention t;o the vltryl large stock of Spring and Sum
mer Gods they are now receiving and offer for sale
at very /Ply prieo. !I In addition to their usual assort
ment of Staple DrV Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crock-.
cry, Paints nud4, ,Le. &c., the, suit:prepared to
exhibit ii large went of Ladies Drew; Goods
of every! descrip 'car—Figured, Plaid and Plain Silks,.
Hormel Shawls Ribbons, Gloves, • Hosiery—Ladies
and Mies Shoe 6f all kinds—also a large stock of
RE-4.4:3i4PIi:CLOTHING. Cloths, Camimeres t
Tweeds i Jeans, Summer Cloths, Vestings, Hats, Capp,
Boats a ltl Shoes, be. - •
Thevlresp'retfully solicit an early call from. those
ui4ll to; purchase good ga , ds ea low prices.
Spriniville, MAylt, '54. • McIIILLEN & PARK..
. • . 1! • iNinotie.to the Public:
of ed mfrry)
customers, Y or
k . l
the pulllic - }n gbneral, to my
1 NEW STOCK OF GOODS, ..
which being/bought with cash at the lowest prices,
and w"hinglo 'kw!" principally for the same, I will of
fer them.at greatly reused prices, .
Coe ecoPritk Warranted fast colors ; for only .8
cents It yard. iltled Brown Sugar, 18 poundsforone
dollar. f Boonttin iNails,' acknowledged by all to be
the beat Nal in, use, f-:5,50 per keg. Hats and Caps,
Boots and shocqz, 'Buffalo Robes of - all prices, all Wool
De Lanes; Caslartieres, .Paramettas, Dress Silk, Silk
Yelycr;; ke. Motislin De Lanes, 1 shilling •per yard,
Satin Ponnetsjaad Moleskin Hats, Broche Shawls,
Doubli Long shaWds,. Thiba do., selling at inconceiv
ably iciw prices._ ii ,. l can safely warrant perfect satis
fltciiort to all who will give me a call.
Lanhshoro, APr.„ 5, 1854. ' S. A. LYONS.
CALOCKS--gol:al time keepers, oak one dollar.
kJ . I 1 .1 . 1 '' • -S. A. LYONS. '
Latiesboro, Apr. 5.
- 17VIANTED--11000 Hides, for which the highest
1 I price Will' be paid. : S. A. LYONS.
• Latiesboro, Apr. - 5. ' • I '
f r- IQUNTRYI J'ROBUCE taken in exchange. for
4._., ;009,1 at'My store.,. S. A. LYONS.
IA estoc4, APril 5. '
i, . I "PLOW SHOP. • .
- i : SW ESTABLISHMENT.
A r AND E.NOTT would respectful v inform the
11 1, Publiejtilat they are manufacturirig - Blatchley's
Cele4ated Plows. They .also keep constantly on
handl Siidel/4/i Wayne ,Connty, and /den Plows,
Otittratiorg, Doa Churns,. Slr . igh. and - Cutler Shoes',
'l'lorti Points.k& various patterns, too numerous to
trient!onl We hope, by strict attention to business,
to re ' ive oatshare vi public patronage.. Manufac
tory, Di Post's toldMang > FOundry, M. Mott; 'near
Sear '.'sllill. I. 11 _ -
Vir Repairing done on short notice. - .
I t '
• r • 1 1 ~, . , MERRIT MOTT.
I Fefb. 6. i!; • • ' ELIJAH MOTT..
FIRE INSUR A NCE.
. subscriher is agent for the following Insurance
limpanies, doing business' at the lowest safe
5t4e1,31 - atual at Harrisburg.
Ca.thillfulull at Harrisburg.
InsUrance, New York City.
Cipital $500,000. .
%'AAnil, 6, '54. F. 4. CHANDLER.
- . .
411*E AND PLASTER.
.....bseribers are now burning and will Veep
~i Aionstaittly on',hand,' Lime of a, very superior
triaptV at Montrose Depot, and will sell it in any
qu4stities .at 4i fair price. Persons wishing a large
illutatity can lie suliplied . w.::on wreesonable notice..
.in et grOund Plaster. will be kept coustantly)Fin
hatid hereafter. . - I. L. POST, '
-1. - . . IL DRINKER.
.ilontrose,`Depot, April 3.. L. SEARLE
- ' i I - • , ,! ..
EAIIiGRIST AND SAW MILL.
tST 13110TIIMS having purchased . the above
Jl4 establishment, will 'seep constantly on baed Su
pepine crut .Orte Flour, Corn Meal of superior gnat..
iI olso ChOp and Bran at the lowest cash prices.—
Culstotn work will be done with despatch, and in all
case l s srarrnnted 1381tf
!Those persons indebted to the subscriber for fees
llecortler and Clerk of the Orphan's court
wiuld confq a faror.bi settling the same soon. '
llontroi.,;:Dee. 6 1854. J. T. LAIiGDON.
& SAYIIE having been appointedm agent
for aniextenOve wit blind and door manufae
- lo furnish any articles in this line at,
hare wink been sold - •
. &D.- B.
ATE.-4:4 new lot of Summer Hats ad Cloths
ALA.. for sntinmer wear just received and for sale cheap
41' D. R. L. k. CO:
r - Pll, s. wze sON & SON' -
MAL!'4lol.°Putlic.'ni,Sentielinl63nr old d store,. East
; ;Montrose, November 15 ; 1844.
.Cll9"cE lot just received, and offered low by
SCOTT, JOHNSTON CO.
Skai,vl6: Shawh! •
cHOcE lot of Wool Long Si awls very dies;
in- by. ;1 • SCOTT, JOHNSTON & CO.
Springville ' December 3,
ITANTED, Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Smoked Mum
V , AfTles, Potatoes, - Beaus, &v. S., YS.
i 4 - Nev Cutter qnd a: twoboise Rleasore Citt•
rise for sale chap by,
fifth er'Oply of Ether Spoons, WoArthee, ttOwokli
We. Abc.,j4t. received.. BENTLEY k READ.
l el WI : ' Z e lLAN l"e D 4) tr ali funtis bed t 6 order
.... ° on Butt =Le! .o, LYONS 4 SON.
tpiOlirer Mod Timothy Seed Ow ode by."
II 1 3URRI'rr.
P New ]llford, Much' El; lilts •
i . '
, every man should try for sale
S. D; S.
r.suLgar BTh cit , •
' . StrinliEß GOODX ,4011 1 .
L. POST* CO.,
Wort offerto the pnblk the most &eke' arl
T the Litisr smite of Goode to be had
where k the country, and for the very lowest prices;:
• READY MADE OL - 02711NG:-
Stalk:Mt STYLES. LL, Foer k. Co. have just
made a large addition to their stock of clothing,
consisting, now of' - errything desirable for the buyer •
-at such !prices : as are sure to milt.:. The goods are
made first rate; and we warrant the work tolie equal
if not enperior'to any ever before offered in %is mar
ket., . our stock compriseri Coats, tine black 'French -
ke Frocke and Businees; Tweed, Cassithere and,
Becks and Frocks, 'also brown -and white Sum-'
iner p and twilled. Fes - re--White and colored •••
X . • ,Videntia, Lasting, figured Barad* figur
ed silk in • and every, variety, good and ch ea p. ; •
Paere+Fine lack Cassimere, doe:skin t cot . .tweed, :.•=.
..Summer 'stuff, , • drill, cottonade, sulk, plain ,
check and plaids; cheap-as to be sure of ale to
all who - •
tILO VES. AND Hi , :/ERY—;-Ladfea lug Gents •
VI white and colored Kb Gloves of the testi:mai
ty: warranted. - A large " tof all kinds Ofblue,
brown and sloe how, and gents :OS *litis_r
cotton, Lisle thread, Berlin and k Glovesi_ Black' .
and colors; s large msortment of 'b • k silk and lace
Mitts, long and abort. - I - Jk CO'S.
1111100 TS ACID SHOES- v .—New -fine. Boo
Boots, Ladies fine Galters,Mooteesandl
a fall assortment of Cheap Shoes, Cluldrena inn
es Shoes and BOotees; Links fine
at L.L. P.Nk ye's.
WHIT'S GOODS—AII styles and qustlitieir, bleach
ed Skirtings, Pillow Cotton, Jae. and Cambric
Swirl and Book Idualins, Barred Muslin,.l
Bishops and Victoria. Lawrie, &c., t_lgured and d0n . ..!
Iwiss Muslifis at • ' P. k 1
SHINGLIO AND GRINDSTONES at - I
• I. L. POST St OIL
GROCERIES—of the best and cheapest kind. A
t of §ugurs surprisingly cheap . at POST
I ! •
11 . 3 itiN7l4--the most desiraide stock in the cowl-
IL try, ativery low prices, - I. L. P. & CO.
IRESS 000DS---Silks, Mullins; ileLanes, Deßa,
ges; Oinghams, Lawns &e., of every desirable
yle, II I. L. POST & Co's..
E and splendid stock of Spring Prints.
I _ - - • - I. Is. P. is—Co.
OTAP Goods at the lowest price. I
►• T y L POST &ell s •
rII,OT Cassimeres, Tweeds, Kentucky dean •
V and ' este, very cheap at LL.P. & Co's.
WOO lEN WARE—Patent Pails, Cedar Paili
an. Wash Tubs, Cocoa Nut Dippers, Butter
Ladles, Punta, Willow Baskets, Rope Halters, Bed
Cords, Manilla Ropes, Brooms, a. good lot at the stoic
of - I. L. POST & CO. '
OCR -FISH AND MACKEREL of the beet
%.J qutility'at the lowest possible rites.
Aprils, 1954., &Co:
SOLE LE4 . TERR; yell. cheap, itco,e.
ri.ROCKERY AND 6 1 L40 WAREr-4 ch o i c e-
%.,J lot at low prices.. " • 1 POST & • ,
_ • , N ,,
O"' Carpet,-Room paperand,:Window Shades.
• - POST* CO. . •
LILK HATS; spring style-%-hest gnat?' TeTY
k.. 7 cheap. • POST & CO. "
IPONItiETS and Boidiet Ribbons of all icindit,Par
as.oLz, large and small at very low prices.
POST At CO,
DRESS TRLIIMLVGS--every atYle deairablet
and very cheap. . ' POST & Co. - •
G RAIN BA GS--of the bestquart sr 60
S A '2l.Lute and Plaster at
T ADIES' COLLARS—A very choice lot of the
'Li latest styles; Book Embroidered Lymerie, Lace,
Merlin and Bonitrin imitations. , I. L. P. & CO;
EMBROLDERFD and Lace Undersleeves, •deii
'rable ‘stylei ; also, worked and embr'd.Edgingi
and bsertings d Flouncing. •
LACE Edgings and Insertinga j,:imitations of every
kind, almost .s good as genuine and tery cheap;
also pure linen-nm Ought Lace. I. L. P. it CO..
INGRAINED and Hemp Carpet,for sale at
' . I. k POST it COTE.
QI33iMER HATS — Panama, fine and coarse .triza
ki med. and fititay bound, Pedal and
boys:Saad men, iold very cheap. I. L. P. & CO.
_and Children's Flats, . a Oa! variety,' al;
So a nevr lot of the latest styles of Boennts at the
store of - - CO.
• WANTED. -'
_RALitir of all landS-- , Bnins,Tsl.,
\_,ll low, Butter, Beeswax, all wool'sbeka, Eggs,
for which we will exchange goods at cash. prices.
Apnl, 5. L L. POST & Co.'
- 'laß FOUNDRY. .
QATILE, BENTLEY & PERKINS having purchas .
►ed of Wilson & Co.- the Eagle Folindry, are now
prepared to fill orders from the trade; and - do work in
their line with skill and despatch. They -will -keep
constantly on hand Plaits, (best kinds,) Stores, (all -
.kinds,) •Cultieators, Straw' Cutters, :Vern Shelters,-
d.,e, eke. eke.
We invite particular attention to the Plows which
we manufacture: We manufacture and keep for Sala
The Celebrated Blatehley Plow. -
We haie purchased the exclustaright . to manufae.
tura and sell in this county, Wayne, Wvoming and
-Bradford, or Rich's Patent Iron .Searn Plow. The
Plow is made entirely of iron, excepting the bandies.
It is celebrated for its ieasY, dr ught, being one-third
easier than any now infuse, while its strength and du
rability are gteater. ' '
of all kinds manufactured and repaired byeperienc
ed maebineits. ; , • - ,
&sant Engines,"Gearing jor Mills, Shingle Yu
chines, dee. pc t .
Among the Staves which we manufacture, are the,
Keystone Cooking Stove, Rough. and Ready do., For
est Queen do., Premium do., and other kinds, all sr
ranged-for burning wood Or coaL Also„ Self -Regu
lator, Parlor Stare, Cottage Parlor . do., Stanley's,
two sizes, do., and a variety of lather Parlor Stoves,
both wood and coal burners.. We keep also - on hind
Grindstone trimmings, Dog. Churn 'trimmings, Um
brella and-Shovel and Tongs Stands, &c.- &c, _.Wort
done to order on short notice and , at the lowest rate.
vir Orders for StOves,l'Agricultmal Implements,
&c., are solicited fiom thole hi the trade, and will be
filled-at reasonable wholesale prices. ' '"
• ' .B. S. BENTLEY.
Montrose, Much 4.
Or any place on the : Globe cannot res Sat
greatir inducements than • j's
HEELER it STODBABIA
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
HICR is now filled, frith a new and Wants
assortment of articles in_ their line, eirdirsCiag
a general variety of new and elegant styles of ladies
and gentlemen's wear, among which are Ladies
French; Silk Lasting and Prenille Gaiters, and
Enameled Polkas, Kid; Patent Leathee and litinte4
Jenny,Linds, Buskins and Ties;: . Gendarmes Freak
and Philadelphia, oak tanned call' akin and kip Besot
Morocco, Calf and Cowhide Bro . Boys
calf and' cowhide goods and ans elf kinds ci
Kisses and Children's weir. .Abso, a general aisori•
'Meet artudingelthich-cosisist in pat Of hst.* l / 4
sparables, Hungarian nails; , Unita:thread;iru,
tiessishoe binding,' awls t rasps, sandstones, shoe knives,
Ate. Also oak and hemlock,. tanned calf upperi tod
soleleather; Morocco skins and - linings. 1
Woik made to order \ and repairing neatly done.
XNE TrER A STODDAD,
'Montrose, April 13, :1854. • •
Valuable Lauda For Sale. .
Fll,ToftEla-"E 7EYAb°lo ss k,°°..a
of the Leehaviailla Ater; banzente County, reds,
about midiraibetween the thriving wins of sertn.
tan and Pit. These /an& are cowed wit
noble timber, and being situate-in the 11)40t 9 1 te e _ °e '
mineral region fn Pennsylranla to Mai n
iron one--and believed to abound hi coal, and being
also in _the immediate vicinity of several toursolo
Made 'aid now in progress-;offer to, the capitate an
opportunity for the investment. of money that seW°n
occurs. Per further information apply to IC
aaek Esq., No.'ll Wall street New .'York, or to the
aulstoriberost Montrose, %qualm= county,Pob a _
attorney in fast of die owners, •
•April 6; 1854,HENRY ,DRINEFIL
, _ ,
NEW GOOD — ~
QP I LENDIP rrtnts.and,Livilite Broil:Moth, Iyailosi
L., ire.; Jost opened. said for sale by • ;
• • J. LYON'S fi.OK;
Turre3e celebrated Thuothy Seed, wiirrenb'
11SPed pure; - -For rade dy dsu Teguia.
Youtreee - ilureh Ist; 18851
ÜBOLEIV-sbaTia. SattWB ;anted
h... 7 'October -*4.1 J. LYONS *fol.,
POST a Co.'s