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Front the Plough; th I Loom, and the Anvil..
CQOTsr HOXIS;S, . •",
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Ma. &non :;.—One. of e mostmo common
features in the hOuseSl'ot the country is the
waut of taste, visible in all .sections of the
-Countryl.. These dwellings. are Mostly the
liOrivis of the farnier,and see how little time
- is spent in ireproiing:them and making them
look as a farmer's lOme -should. ,Most of,
Thom Were plaeedclo.'e to the highway With
a door-yard perhaps i front,, of twelve by
enty feet, fenced of • from each corner of
-ilte house and runu in , to the street - flmee,—
Hnce this yard comp, ised all the "grounds"
the house had; and iminetitnee even this was
_ . e ei__
- . .
.Wauting, as in manyoases these houses were
•istre directly on the B et.. 'At -the' pri!Sent
tune a little ,more tai e . may be ehOwn in the
-buildings - or es-tihiluS tan: formerly; But in
the situation of the • renee.'s house,' and the'
tro!inds around, very) little, if any improve
meths havelaketi pl ',e in the last forty years,
'For some reason orther, people living in
theConntry have al' r that they shall 'riot
see every 'body that 'asses in the street, and
sothe houses must b built r directly on the
highway, to gratify h this ,curioity ; and of
course all the dust and dirt of' the street in .1'•
dry: time must. be endured for the sake asee
ing.the 'natives'las they pass by. • Now it
is eStonishing tosee.
'farmers with large fa mswill exhibit in ref
crevice to. an acre ore vo of ground for haild,
ingea house. I But o dinarily it is more sow
hie, tO a want of a jti4 appreeiation . 'of what
'et rariner's house should be, than from a real
'r e nuriousneei. All,„
~ this difference comes
feent edueation, an education which every far
• iner may have by a \little eare and study, but
which they . so often leglect, believing it more
nece.ssarry to bicrease the nuniber of - acres
than to, make permanent end lasting improve
meats on what they tow possess.. Of .course
those formers who oticapy old . farm-houses of
4 fei•nier generation•nnot change the sitea
.. on, though the bace . :grounds may often lie
enlarged, and 'the' *hole.' premises 'can he,
changed wheu the right spirit is set at work.
For initance, if the kitchen garden is close to
the house, as is often , the case, take up all the
• old board and pieket-fence between the gar
den and door-yards, II lso• remove all the old
rail fences near the hinse, and make mil! good .
substantial fenee aro Ind the_outside, making
but one ' yardof the I hole. The kitchen gar
den., of cou r se, will be removed to a place
outside of the yard-fence, while- the old gar- -
. deli - can be 'used tor fruit-treess, flowers,
sliru' bs, 'ere. The ul/ Cow-lthtses, hog-pens
etc., if they are•prett , -.near the house,, lieth'ey
often are, should be e.iiioved if they can be,
.. especially the lioglie l : on'a high hoard-fence
maybe put up in fr titto cut off the , vieW
•freet the house. .. .
Here we only giv :seine ideas how an old
feshinned farmhouse may..he improi-ed by a
litt'e-labor and taste' And when the fariner
once commences an improvement of this char
ieeer, he will find that, as he gees• forward
with his improVemerts, new ideas will eon
stently turn up which will show him the-val
ue of such embellishents. All that is want,
ed by the .farmer is Ile little exertion on his
part to go forWard•api r d enter' into - this. busi
ness. Of course where new grounds are to
be laid outea differe 't plan will be earriod
, mit. In . :this ease, tie farmer can :seteet his
. -6verign nrills and_make all the - arrangi•ments
- to his nine - . An aCre of la (two are bet:
ter, and three or 104 arc better still) for a
court-yard or '_lavierll with the house standing ,
on the h;ghest ro;n, of laud, the out-build-
ings a little below t ls leVel end.in the rear;, l
a coin-ere- place can' e made to make a good
apPearaiice. -Wh ever iis the size of the
-yard, allow no cros, sections - of fences,' but
• have one good. sub.tantial outside fence of
woe:I, vire'or iron:]! els the ante meY be.—
Where the yard is 'composed of five. or six
acres. the kitchen . and 'floWer gardens may be
• placed in the rear o r the, buildings-with suit
able enclosures. -It is oleo well to select the
site for your horse acid l out-buildin g s in or
neet.a group of natural tee”, for shade and
protection, if they•are at hand. ' Apple trees
and.clierry trees may be lu•sed for- this pur
• pose e Should neither of these be within
reach, as will often ilbe the case, then it will
, be time. and Inciney . N% ell-Spent to transplant
some large - forest t ., eesof six; eight, and ten
inebes - ln diameter il at the
_trunk, to shelter
. your house and ant-building from the sun's
rays, and storms. IThis may be done by the
- - frozen ball 'nettled,' which We have often
- named. before, which most northern cultiva
tors tniderstand. Ihe plan is, just before
cold Weather sets in, go to the forest and se
them, cutting off all the branchinl-,:roots,leav
. ing the main tuft roots at the bottom uncut.
In this way the tree must stand till the earth
about the roots is frozen to a solid ball. In
.... the .meae time theholes for the reception of
- . these trees must be' dug, and all prePared be
. fore ebid weather Sets in. They should be
..: ~ . dag !, , otue two feet larger than, the ball of
routs, and the spate filled in with yard 'soil
• .- SO
as to give the }young rootlets a good- start
in the Spring.. lt4there •is a slight snow on
,he ground the tries may be removed on an
' - eeesled' or two i tiraers fitened together.—,
-,\ The trees must biffraised from their :bed by
' \ :nears of long lesfers, pulleys, etc., and placed
' . 'l'm the sled. 'lt Will require a great number
6f hands and a strong team; according to the
size of the trees.to be moved. IR most situ
ations the trees Will' require bracing during
the firs_ t winter they are set, to guard against
wiegls and storms. When the work is 'well
' done they will continue to grow vi:ithout much
' . Cheek the next. season, and ordinarily none Of
. the top need be leut' off. • Some cultivators
• haveidone well hy removing hirge trace: in .
the . spring. It will p be seen that , the peculiar .
advantage of thislSyetem of . tree-planting is,
1 , that)rou have fine shade trees'to begin' wit
• On n new'place, nutrend of having to wait ten
. 0r..114.en years . .i:ir small -trees to . grow. up
'. for - shade. • This isquite an item of ecotemv
'. in time. ' • - I ,
. • 'ln giving a deScription Of what'a farmer's
• • -country house„,:should be, 'we can only name
. the oetlines, as Ole other'points must be fill-
. - of by thifarmerildmself. . One thing we will
. . name. Generally, now, where a farmer wish
= es, to -build 11,- - boOse4 he just goes and consults
. the ' ' buih36,'• ecit . nsitonly a Low-carpenter
iw - dinnic. 'Of_niinirae, he .- finds , (Mt. what the
I‘.4iSt job' price for 'abonseMay be. _Then
: . if he - concludes tkii : build, the; plan and ' arch
, itec — re l of theliOnse is lett to Able '..bnilder'
wqieh 'in most cases mill be a.
, 1 lere 4 copy' aft,. some:-dozens of others.-
- - - 9 - w the farmerishould know somethiner of
• style • . b
. style • and ardriteeture ,liiinself. Tien; 'he
. ~ ,
eehould cosiilt 'the beit 'works on that subject,
elard• not depend OnTtliti houee-carpenterrfor this
' • - eeryiee.• lbe•farrner will find - that- •it will
. • etist..,hita - f . noe nefeee. to budd his louse .in a
. . tasternljayle,' - tieati to •builitit . in violation of .
, a ll 06-kwi l iflOoa taste and of the 'rides 'of
- • architecture: , :', - ' • : •L. DuniaM.
- _ ,Ijlerhy; Ct.; September; -1855. '— -
P.tsamottE ' Milivtaustm—The `father of
Pasat.n4e:t e r#l son has alritady paid $4OOO
'for 1%0 - P Ntrs in the ease cif his 'son,
sibw ittpi,itivii4by the dictum ofJudge lialk..
A.:, gertactilitil, -111-t_ -XiNs;-Yorit 1)&4 •geues.on.sly
.t,s.rds defrityl4-his expenses.
Alitteiiiltn n ov i menfwill be made by petition
to the ii'ext'llottse of Repre.setitativ es to hare
:;11 ,1, .•• 'Kam 41456, , 10 . 1.----Dliti TI 74-cousin .
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• Frost the ger:images* . Telegraph,
- - _ Hints faiths Farmer-- •- .
Dfurr.—AVoid - debt as you would a pest .
house: Thu- farine Who is perpetually in
creasing his liabilities; Wilt always be hamp
ered :----be . an ltd.*, exert, hii energies to
good advantage, an 4 oppressed by, a sense of
his helplessness, toil ;rarely attempt to do so.
It should ever be at object With the farmer
to 'live strictly within lit Means.' - • All that
is required for the support, comfort and colic
venience of his fatuity, he should endeavor to
produce from the[ farm. With luxuries,
properly so called, lid should have nothing to
b j--- 1 isboater .- trand
do, _manse' le
without them. ThiF simplicity of,primitive
times . afforded' a M ost:delightful. picture .of
rural life. . All the i members of, the house
hold' were - then unit and banded : together
in pursuit of a
. cot moo
and this they sought and obtained by the
adoption of the most • homely and rational
means. That their effiirts should have been
eminently. suecessfu I, creates no astonishment
in a rational mind.
STONE NV A L1....t
More valuable than
the material • indePll
heave, it is very. dui
' be thrown down ori
dinary causes. If l l
and properly laid,.
should not endure. .
encumbered with stones , should be .eleareL
off, - and enclosed with them:. -The time will
shortly come whenilands which offered rocks
- enough. tO fence thent will be considered the
more valuable on tliat. account.
LIVE. FENcEs.—"'very, season and, every
experiment but serces to I.lustrate the :value
of this species of ej eloSure. The e l an of re
fined and cultivatt.4l taste v•Ill Of course pre
fer hedge to all other Speci'es of fence for its
Iromantic and g - racqul beaLity. while the econ
omical' farther, iteipiainted with its merits,
*ill appreciate it 1 4 pr its durability, efficieney,
and superior eeoiFotny. - lledges of, thorn,
well set, and privily managed, will be t;llindl
to lie•the best Jere' les against; (Auk. that can
be bad.. No ;mini il,howeveri unruly, wtll at
tempt to break tln;o4itlicinntore thanonce:
The effect, too, ilprin the ieenie attractiobs . of
the farm, .is magnificent. .Tf !the tliorni can
not he 'proenred, O'ther shrub's mat: be; sub
stituted in its plal,i,- '
such as the -Osae,,,ie or
ange, Aceaceit, & 1,
.: 1 •
here is no speAes of fam e
intone' wall. Not only is
tructible; but when it is
oniland_ that: does'not
kable4 and 'not likely to
otherwise injured by or
stones are of good size
!here is no reason why it
,Lands that are
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TAR A . n 'OR Mutsu thsrizuria- 7 -
Thomas W. Tad • of Smithfield, Jettrson
... , . •
entmtv t Ohio;writ s to the Ohio Varinet that
he has I.,and, a i'e , edy and cure . finii dis
temper' in 'honks. I. lle• says i
. Having three colts sick with this diicase, -
ark experiencedfariner told rnii to use tr'r,and
that those who Inid - not taken the d siase i
would not have it kit all, or but light
followed big •direeqort to my :entire Sai t isfile- - ,
tion. I gave the e i jilts mornipg and,levierfin,g
as much as -I •conld readily,,' get. into. I their
mouths with a pad idle. After; a Jew fartpliea-
tion;,. the_ sick onds - commenped runithig •at
the. nose, their appetites retOried, land in a
short time the hil
d entirely •,, regained what
they had lostfroni disease. ,lle others nev
er took it to my' Iknowledge Some prefer
mixed-fi-h- oil . with the tar, hot In i=ed it attr: .
and I believe it to be entirely ; sufficient; if the
article be good, ptire tar:. I would hmie no.
faith at all in the ctoal tar, - not` in use, in some
places.' - i - , •
AFFECTING CASE OF J ti VEZ.ILE SCICII)E.—
One of the Most areeting cases of snicide• it
has ever been ontlfortnne tnfecord;Oectirred
in this city; a fiiw.ays shice.. A reinarltably
• beautiful and its elrigeni 'little. - lioY. three
years of age, ,wa christened' : by his, parents
Franklin Pierce. [ It was only some, three
weeks. since that he learned - niietliiiir, of the
•.chttracter of the ientl'eman .. after wilt im he
was named: It i. needles.; 0 . eat Thai with
the pure and inntren(instint•ts of Infancy he
was mortified bdyond descriptions at this
dilcovery. For k.treral daYS he hill hiMself
frbm human oliSs'•vatien, in the wodd-shed, a
prey to 'dr:. Aecpst grief. One.. insh•ning his
mother on going", tit to take him his break
• fast, found that Ihe • had tiling hithselt to a
projecting pine knot, in a . nloinent :of'delie
rate shame at thel, name whi r eh he biße. Let
. parents take warning from : 'this dreadful pre
cedent.• . ' - " 1 . - 1 . . -
—The Lawrence (Kansas) lleralii says that
so active are building operations there,that it
is irnposible to. get masons andlaborers to
supply the demand. •Strakqe to.:Say,.there
is a heavy emigration of Atiti-Slavery settlers
into the southvy4tern seetipn of the Territo
ry. from A'skan...4bs !.-z ,
. : i
Several cannon are said; to be in:lthe bands
of the pro-Slave'` men of the terriiory, sent
there to aid the in their' doings. ii Cakb S.
Pratt, of - Lawre ce, has been stabbed with a
bowie knife by a South Carbliniat4 Who fled
.to the woods and
.eseaped i although pursued
by twenty or' thirty Men. ~ . - .:
—, l l Nantucket' xhaling ve4sel liaciliscovered
a new island in the South Pacific Ocean. h
is situated aboui two hundted and fifty miles
south of Desolation Iskiiid, And the ship
which enconatlred- it ' 144 f
fron it in •less
than a:weeli - s t me, four •hundred. barrels. of
Sea elephant. oil?: Two Oilier ships are said
to• be now in rse of - prfiparatiOli to return
thither, for the !purpose 4if profiting- by thii
valuable discovery, .. 11 • ':' '.. -
Don% be. forgetful, frienv, one aild all—
Aged or yo4thful, great!br small:—
( l lf not too sniall,)
That at OddiFeflows' flail
I the place to call,
To get yoitr faces done - up fall:
ist 15, 1855.
C. A. BAIODWITIIt. • I --
d Ll tia npl e G l ira er tdl ii 's, C CTi P n li atul ne d
V Fluid and Nall
Fltiwer rasep, COckery, Ch!.na, Glace
Platectrarid FancrGoods, also:Paimphene and Fluid at
the lowest cash )ices, at a BOWLIIY, NEW
: , Bom4
• 1 Remot - ed. . •
C. D. Virgil Dointitt has f•}ken rooms over T D.
Chandlers' store, where it . wRI be his pleasure to; see
his friends us qui.lia,as possible. C. D. VIRGIt,.
Mai' 2, 1855. • Resident Dentist•i
Patent Horse Rakes.
FOR stl , o at tho Flirraer's tachtinge by
LATHROP t CO,
STRAYED or stolen aliier:eolered Pointer og.
The above reward' will lie paid to any one return
ing hith to the amore of .L A. LATHROP &
Montrose, J e 12th, 18#. 2.5- 4 a3
nying ;.Tools ; .
Agood Iwo int, Scythes, Faiths, Rakes, Fork;
—and 2 kmd of Florae Bakes--and superior
Revolving Rakei, at • B..CIIANDLEWS.
June 20th, Ifis6.
?ZINK Palnt,AloYAs fi re 'Proof Paint, Linseed and
Lamp O il , PlmsgeOe sold low by
' F. E. CHANDLER.
June 20th, 1. Y. I
13 31: 1- tr 11 t:e, 1311"1;u1:e•
'l'lo DAlllTiliElti" -
BUTTER WANTFI). Tbe Merritt market priele
will be paid ht cash for good Dalrf i Butter by •
R: . l T). SATRE.
‘2,s I. 1 54
Orchard,. M. D..
PYSICIAN AND SURGEON, •Jackson, Susgue•
Wolin county, Pa. 'Residence at the Poetolhce.
- • Han ac Lamb, . • -
CABINET MAKRS, hare recently opened a witre
room in New Mina Pa., and will keep eon
stantli on. hand all kinds of Cabinet-ware; -also Reidy
made coffins. Funerals Attended with or withont a
hearse. Ware-roOni neatly opposite J. , Diekertuan's
New Milford, May 15, 1555.
• • AL Baldwili,
vrANUFACTITR I MS OF SADDLER, HARNiSS,
111. Trunks, Whips, 5:6 in the Baseinent of Scaties
Hotel; Montrose, PO.-
OUT "AND SII"Dy. MAKER. Shop first door
Of Odd Fellow ii' Ball Turnpike-st.,Montro
. • W Singleton
AN now he found at; Ins new stand on Owe
two doors welt of Searle's Hotel, where 1:1'
feetually repairs ,nith ilispotch, Watches, Cl.
Jewelry, Guns, and every description of Machi .
- Wheel cutting; (in and Watch materials sup
to the trade.
etTGEON DENTIST; War°Fe, Pa., at St
frotel, Monday:: anci.Tueslays of each week
Henry; S. Knapp,
11ONTROSE, 4 . ith Re , , Ir if ooflrl cL
111' ter, Whole ..I.le and .Cantnission
elnutM N0. , 173 Washington 'street, between C
nndt - and Dey streets, :Yew rot*. .
• Caleb Weeks.
C ADDLE, FURNESS; .TRUNK MAKER and
1.7:1; riage Trimmer. slop his
early oppeAte Metiry Drjaker's. lifontroxe, Pa. •
-- miller; & Fowler;
A TT9IINEYS AND j:COrNSF.LLORS AT L
/1 'and Solicitors in C h ancery . Office No. 41 C
istivet, Chirac/0, M.
REVCIVICII STREET, (near Broadway;)
1 1.3 . York. Salisbury 1&.• Co., -Proprietors. I
vicinity of the principal isteamboat landings.
fAr...vi.Ett IN DRY iIOODS, Groceries, Clot
.1/' Crockery, 13oots and Si,hes &e., SFutylie)i
TTORNEYS ;ST TAW. AND BOUNTY L
lik.ASTIONATILE T ,S IILOJL Shop under Se
Irate], Mainp streqt,...iforgron., Pa.
. ._ D. D. Hinds,
rtTERT AND EXCPANGE STATIf.E. .OM
,I in the rear of Wi4on's Store, mco;dr;,..,, P
• J . .:Colsten
lEALER ..STOV i. F,S, Tin, l Copper, and
f Iron Ware, Lode rpeelle, near Great Bend 1) ,
TTOTINtY AT LAW; Siaritoliczonn.: Pa.
1.1 on Maine street,' one door east of-Lenbeirn
Frazier & _Case,
Ai TTORNEY.S ANO,COI - NSELLORS AT 4
Office ort sheet, tir.e door Ei
Post's Store, Month:sr; Pe.. -
Albert Chairiberlin, -
. A :TTORNEY AT L I AW end :Iti,tive of the
I over I, lA. Post k CO . Ii ROM!, .3.l"mitrosE.
Wni H. Jes.sup - ,,
♦ TTiffiNEY AT LAW -ANDiCOMMISSION
Dm s, for the t4tate of Niw York, will
to all lunincss entruitiql to him prenTtnts ;
fidelity. - Office on S(itutri , , occupied b:
Al el Turrell. •
lAEALER Dili - NIEf)ICINES, Cho
.1 41Loceries, Dry
Tiartintre ' Stoncwarei' (ilas:ware, Clocks,
Jewelry, Silver Spoon, Spectacles, litu•ical:
ments, Trusses, Litino .
fittbery, ltirrors, Stationery, Relishes, Shtx-s,•
B. It; Lyons 4. Co.,
.10TH0LEsALE AND RETAIL DE.ALR
I Pry Goad!:, Orocerit.:=, Rig,. Emir, an
ware, buy....thorn, Paf
_ . F. B. Chandler,
IS DRY GDODS,'Deftfly Made CI,
Groeeriez , , Books and Stationery,
Avenue, .3fontroxr, .Pa.
Pal Tick •
VD) -14:D S
Owego - street, Monti.
. . . I. L. Po;
DEALERS IN:DRY G(
. Hardware, Leather,
pike street and Public Avil
TAFALERSIN ITTIX G
I.J Crockerr; Tiwtkare,l
I,irry on the hook.Bfndii4
TAEAT.ERS i\ DRi
If Paints Oils Croce
Iron, *Clocks, Watches .T
emery, &c.—Foot 45if Pt/
• ;Sayre, Bent! ,
kind.. of Casiing., ,, ,
mend, etc. . Office itt Say
Manufaictory at theT..l6l
William & Wii
4 TTORYETS AT LAI
.111 den in Susgalebaitn:
min; and Luzerne Counti
hand a good niisortn;
Fornitute. Shop and -. NI
- - •
.-IJL Goods, Hail, Cal
sots, Ribbons, cf:c.
York, (lip stain.)
n. RO4SW ELL . J.ll
=.- • , )Sl.
INTERESTED With 1.
Deafer in Ilar,d,irare 'I
tee., No; 215 Pearl btree ,
cantile friends, in this, a
iuvitek and earneptly so i
, RGEONS. Office
our, etc., corner*.
nue, :Montrose, Pa,
I ,OD$, Gioceileti,
roceries, llook=. et
GODS, Drugs, Mel
'es, Hardware, C'
.welry; Silver Spoo
is Avenue, ifontt
- yr a Perkins,
)F .AND DEALEM
i re's Store, Public
Foundry, Foot of
gmith & Co.,
They keep cons
ent of all kinds
'are Rooms at th
inton - & Co., ,
,R, Furs, Untbrelt !
1 0 , 20 Courtlindt s.
[ L: HURT, Impo
id Cutlery, Carriag
4 other counties,
,icited to call and D
runtisnr.n . ETtrry! THC
FA., AT $lOO rE,
DAY .MOANING, AT
ess) one week,„..
One sqllare (16 lines or
One square "
one month,. . ..... 1,26
• two months, ' 2,25
three months,.. ~.8,00.
six months„ . 5,00
one year, .. 8,00
urea, inserted by the Year, a
;e.priees is made. !Yearly ad
rivilege of altering orchang
s without additional charge.-
lexceeding fire linmA, isiserted.
• For tiro or ! tnore
rertiaers will havie tir ii
ing their adrerti4etnent
- ilusinusu-,curds, not
at $2,40 per annum,
TELLi office is luppli
Jobbik materiatN and
as Carl:hi, Poster,i, Pam
.nis day as oonttoid under
• a and Garnett, Oor the pur
mercantile lausin* 4 the old
'r.. - J. DICKERMAS Jr.
'tlie firm of Pick
pose of transacting the
stamliofJ. DickM man
New Mlfond 1.Ti1.1-
i' . ..oNB4'AliTtX ON
lodeous ' •
HAND or lama shed to order
• J. LYONS/460N.
ned, -and - soine foi 6.cts. per
- ' I.MNS A?, SON.
Papt - ;
4 't 'Rolls Rolls just op'
Chinige of Time..
ELAWAR E; LACKAWJNNA AND WESTER-
• - •
. RAILROAD. •
ON and after Mayday., May nth, 1855, the Mail
Passenger Train will depart from Scranton at
10.20 A. X. Due at Great Bend at 120 r. u. Con
•,`nt,•ctMg witisste Dunkirk Express West ott.the N. Y.
E. R. Passengers taking this train will.arriv•
'in Dunkirk at 11:15 I and in New York at 11:15
; P. X.
Returning, will leave Great Bend at 4 P. 11., duo
at Scranton at. 6:45 r.ix.
The Freight Accominodation Train, with passenger
par attached, will leave Scranton at.l_ P. X. ; due at '
: Great Bend at 6.r.. ir., connecting with the .Mail
Train West, and the . , Night Express 'Train East..
;Passengers taking thii train and . the Night Express .
West, will arrive in Dunkirk at 12 in:, or by taking
Mail Train West, will arrive at Dunkirk at 6:45 p.m.
Returning,. will leave Great Bend at 7 a. U. on ar
rival of Cincinnati Express. Fast, Due at Scranton
.12,10 r. x. . •
Passengers for Willtubarre, Pittston, .CarbiandOle,.
Philadelphia, (via thef,Catawissa, Williainsport and
Erie and Reading Railroad, via Tamaqua,) and East
on, and alintermediate places, will find first class
stage coaches in readiness at Scranton, on the arrival
of the. Passenger and Accommodation Trains to con
ye,- them to the above places. Those choosing prb
rate conveyances wilLfind the beit'of horses and Car
riages of every description, at reasonable charges,
ready, to order. • • •
D. IT. lIOTTERER, Superintendent.
Superintendent's Office: - •
Scranton, May . l4, 1855. ;
c f .
EAVE Montrose,for D.L. A: W. R. R. at 61 A.
M.,for Express Freight Train to Scranton. At
11 o'tlock A. M. for Mail Train to Great Refill. -At
3 P. NI: for Express Freight to',Great Betlll, - anil
Traits for Ser.inton. Leave Depot for Montrose ou
arrival 9f all the above trains at Station.
Ftir seats apply at tikeatles Hotel. Montrose, Pa.
~ 11 of'
! 11 , 4 iv-
, P. r
. , .
HALLOO, HALLOO, TEMA W.tY.
rrlIE subscriber Wouhl infoim the citizens of Mont
- tpse and the riublic generally that helms.Lx3fight.
the - Grecery formeilv • kept by F.- H. Fordham di Co.,
in Lvn:is and Chanifler's building on Chestnut street,
in the borough of Montrose, where he has a fresh as
sortment of Groceries ; and will keep constantly on
hand, Flour;Oysterr , ,Chees . e, Sugars, Syrup, MolussCs i
Mackerel, Nut C tidies, Toys, Oranges and Lemons,
Figs, Prunes; Sardines, Soaps, Vinegar, Coffee, dried
Peaches and Plumy, .llerring, sack Salt, Pies, Cakes,
Beer,_Vankee • Notifins, and other things too nun;ler- .
ous to mention, which will he sold cheap for cashlor
most kinds of country - produce. Call and see. .I
share of public patronage is solicited. S. S. MOTT:
4 ' : "Y , Montrose. 1555:. ,
f urn- -•
I . • al-o,
Liam H. Jessup
V, Mohfrose, - Pa r rrac
. Bradford, Wayre, Wyo-
r of and
d with -a good asSentinent of
all kindtcof Job siieh
hlets, tn., Rlll 1)6 done neat-
, GOODS: GOODS! , . •
Nit SilliFcriher i; : receiving* hi:: Spriiig :•nil Sum
mer mod; of Goli - ,, comprising a 1-,Terkt nariety,
which will be sold a low as any in this markei. , —
Please call and examine. F. B. CHANDLER.
HATS AND CPS.I. - good asfortutent of the
latest . style. - . . .
:RA D Y-3/ADE C.L97'HING—A good- variety
of Spring and Summit. Clothing of the latest cur.
:DRY (7001)8—A general assortment through
out. Also, DRESSIGOODS, consisting of Lawns,
Barege Delaines ' _ }'Bench Delaines, Persian Delninc,'
Printed Lawns,.Fancy Prints, Ladies' Worked Col
lars, Insertions, Edgitigs, Black Silk Mantillas, Whet
ainl.Cashmere Shawli , , Parasols, Hosiery, Gloves, &c.
ROOTS ,Ll 7) SifOES. Clocks—a large assort-
Ment of every alesmiption and style. Also, a great
variety of Fancy Articles, Yankee Notions, &c.
Crockery, Hartbrak, and Gtoceries of all kinds.—
Trunks,. agood lot for sale cheap. - Books and Stu'.
tionery—W4l Flonr'of the. hest quality.
liiontrose, May 9, 11805. F. B. CHANDLER.
New iLinie 41 :Mali Stages;
IC IR KWO ODI TO MONTROSE.
QTA.GES w ii: ill lyave rkwood, pas - sing through Cor
C.) bettswille, - Liberty, •r„ every 1110mn i after the
arrival of the MailTriiin.,..of cars, both East and West;
reaching Montrose (it i P. M. . iianniing, leave
Montrose daily(Sunclayi excepted) at 2 r. at., reach
ing Kirkwood - in time tq take the Mail trains _of ears,
both East aIA West; bung the nearest and most fea
sible route to reach ilierSew York and Eric Railrciad.
This line inteiscti: a tri-wookly line I;br Dimock,
grin; rifle, Tuuldrinni)elc, Wyoming, and Wilkes-
Fame, Avhivh leaves ;41(0tose ai 7 A. M. CV(II 7 Mon'.
dav, Wednesday and Friday. also, a line to i'riends
rifle; Leraysvillt.‘, &d. 1
• Good tram: and tio+r!akre earriagrA are provi
ded, and the proprktors will spare no pains to ac-
commodate the public.' W. K. BATCH, ,
April 6. 1834. .tORGAN & WEST.
EW STOgit:—NEW . GOODS.
ryinE Fthi , criber ttal,;fis this method of advertising
1 !his Bien& maltl4 public generally, that he ha . ;
fitted up a store jdst terry.ss the street from his old
quarters, in Brooklynq where he is prepared to re
ceive customers airi sell them goods a ,. ‘as low rates
ss any.other estribPsltMent i S
n mainehanna county.
My assortment Li vtiryilarge indeed, corthraring near
ly every article usualc called for in a country •sto . re.
As I am determined to do business soots to avoid
-"bad-debts," which: r(tl,misi< credit purchasers are
taxed to pay, I can :offer superior inducements to . (isit
and otherwise rßoalyr-raYtso patrons C3drand see
me. a • t 0. G. HEMPSTEAD.
Brooklyn, April po,
TE subscribdr its in constant receipt of Sew
Goods, in hiß line of business, nearly every
w,.‘ek. The public! will - finithis assortment No. 1, and
his articles new and of good quality. The stoat: con
sists as usual of Drugs, Medicines, Paints,- Oita; Dye
Stuffs, Groccrirs,",lithey Goods, Jeieelry, Perfume
ry, fi.e. Store at the lower end of the burnt dcstriet,
lontrosa, Junefi, 1855: A. T1.711RF,1.L..
. Prato Charles It!Orris, • .
UCCESSOR of Charles Tillman, BARBER, hay
ing removed his shop - from its former location in.
the basement .of, s.e.arle's Hotel, to the loom in the
same building, in
. the -rear of the bar-room, is..prepar
ed to exercise his! art in the most scientific manner,
on all who may be pleased to entrust their heads or
aces to his hands 2-7 22y1
Milk Pans of all sizes and made from
..r double cross tin at less than. Merchants
ustMlly !flay to sell again, for Sale by the Subscriber.
We nave come to the conclusion to sell pans to Far
mers as low as we will to the trade,• thereby saving
to the."Earmer out. prOlit. Our wares are warranted
to be perfect in every Partimilar or no sale.
- Terms—Cash or short credit.
- J. DICKERMAN Jr.
New Milford Aliril 1, 1355.
• - .Books and Stationery.
HAVE received a large addition to my stock of
Books and Stationery, aMong which arc: A. Long
Look. Ahead, (Roe)--Wolfert's Roost (Irving}—Dr.
Spencer's-Sketelies.--WondOrful Adventures of Capt.
Priest—The Sart Holder's Daughter—Life of Sam
Houston—Jane . ; May—The May Flower (Harriet B.
Stowe}—Rag Bag, (Willis) &c. be sold
cheap. 3 F. n. CHA DEER.
May 22, 1855 i
WE are receiving this week plot of Sew Goods, just
purchased in the city, which renders our wsortanent
complete, and which we offer on the most faroralde
'firm*, at the neix building, one door shove the Po.A
Office. .BENTLEY & READ
Montroee ; •Felirrory 8, 18 . 5.. •
'lg active and intelk•ent young man of about 11
IA- years of age,' wanted clerk in a store.. One
wishing to acquire the business and disposed to make
himself useful, find good cnco.uragement by ap
plication shortV to 11. BURRFTT.
.New Milford July '22, 1855.
Bonnets stt iteduced Prices.
1:11 BURRIV will sell his remaining stock of Silk,
Lawn ano Straw Bonnets, a good assortment
et reduced i'ricCs to clos-the business of the season
any of them at cost. • -
New Milford; June 18th, 1855.
FRESH ARRPir OF NEW GOODS.
- vir E shall ri•ecire due ng the present , week, a largi
I addition ik:`, present stock of SUMMER GOODS
which still render the assOrtment complete, and
which we invite the attention of all who wish to bu;
Goods. cheap ! BENTLEY ik READ.
. Montrose, Jpne 28th, 1555.
t IDER 11IILLS:
ITICKOCRS IMPROVED PORTABLE MDR
MILLS for rale. Inquire at thu office of Ben
les d: Fitch in Montrose, or at the reskierum of
aubscribet, in Axamt, Susqu'a co., Pa.
30w4• y . A, BUSLINELL.
' . Flour and Salt
137 the load, barrel, rack, or , f - 10-old,
p.ngurt 1, ;1856.1 i F. D. CIit3fDLER.I
• ' :Sash and Ittincs.
IN DOl%, Sash of various sizes constAntly on h
I" 1 —ohm 131 ind, furnithed to order IN
" ' J. LYONS A; SON.
A PENNY SAVED *WORTH TWO
. . - • - EARNED.
J• WITTENBERG & BRO), Montrose ,- Pa.; tale'
t/ • this method of advisingltheir old frien• and
vs and the public at large, that they have just
recci ed and opened the largcqt, prettiest and cheap
estis k of READY MADE 'O. I OTIIING ever bro't,
to thiplace, which they offer at a quill place, advance from
cost; h ereby o ff ering purchases the Care opportuni
ty of obtaining.goods - at about two thirds the usual
price -! _ . • •• 1
1 • .
A a large assortment of • Dry (lends, comprising
for dies Wear, new styles 3 roc.ulC, Stripe, Plaid,- .
Mainland changeable Silks, De ines . , Muslin, Pc: flag.
Bern delaines of new and el gala designs. All the
late. it; lea of Ladies Dress:, Gods, French Lawns;
and Ginghamv. . A hapdsm
oe ..issortment of
Dies Trimmings, Embroided Sleeves; Collars Cu ff s,
etc, aconet and Swiss Edgings and Inscrtingi,Gloves
Mits,-11cr.ziery, Vefls and Parasols. !
Their assortment of Shawls is very large, embracing
evely thing that is rich and fashionabie both foreign
and lomestic. .
Their Bonnet Department iS largeand complete,
embracing the very latest stAeS, with. Trinunin g to
match. . ' I - ; • - - ;
An extensive assortment of Irish linens, napkins
toweling, table covers ,1 curtains &e.. ! .
We have also a supply of Shirts, .Gentlemen's Col-
lars, Suspenders, Gloves,Tritbrallas•aild a good many
other articles tod nunterons Ito mention - . For bar
gaim; the public is re,lpectfully invited' to call at the
cheap store of I I
)*ego rtrectl,lr doors least
corner of Chesnut &
of Voft's stare.
EY if- RE4D
ARE now receiring.t teir tis4al supply of SPRTVG!
All) 81(.11.WER G ()DS,! which they offer to their!
cus omeys, and the p thlic gdnendly, bn the most rea
son'rrble tfirots, fur (l: , dl,.lliitter, EggiJ, Grain, Bees-.
wax, or on approved credit. I
kontrose, May I, KA: i , r
B iZ s O u tte e l r .O s T tu l it T, l a C i ,;tis. 7 : tt t n
, e ; r 1, ;!!: .1 ,; te t . o nt k u cki o.t. 7 . ‘4. lT t .i l
p 7S I7,
Dr: Goods, just rectlyed ttn4_for sale'jriglit by
. [BENTLEY & READ.
11.731 MER De Lanes I.ains. (Antilles, Gingham;,
I..,.Merrimac and CocliecolPrl:d . s,-&c. &C. for sale
byNTT.EY . ' • • I BE & 'READ.
.. 1 . .
, - ONNETS, Ribh i ims, .11.tasols, Si:untes Shawls.
• ' Black Silks, D C.S.F. nil linin-s &e. &e. for sale
by ' • - . 111 TI t EY & READ. - '
SILK, Fur, Letth,ml. Paparna, Straw, and, Palm
i...J Hats, Umbrellak, Satchels, Wiadow , .Paper &c.
&cl. , - ; I l *BENTLEY & READ.
fARDWARE, (rockery, Patent'Pails, Tubs, Put
• ' ty,.Glass &e. 1 I BENTLEY & READ.
1 it g teTires.' im:tert;so',.,i':'firrs:it?Vicietn,,lr'jaulaitt i i l l
and for gale by . A BENTLEY & IZE A.
SOLE ;Vd ityTpe - iTAiittati, i'li..iii .k . ip.;,f7iiii4 in s,
and a good . supply of Foots and Shoes constant
ly on hand. . i IIETLEY & Itzan.
. - ± ,
VrACKEREL by. the barrel or-one-half barrel—al
./NI so, Codfish. i .110:mtiv & REAn.
ATATCIIES ar (1 - JRAVIII.RY.--A 11111 nssortn.ent
. V of Gold . atm Sil - ei- Lephies and Detatelted
1., very, in dottblt; and single rase';',Jtatill Pins, Ear
Drops,. Rings, Guard Chaqts. ..te' ,fr... Also, Silv.r
Table, Tea, Desert, Salt an Sugar Spoons, warranted
pnre, for sale by • 1 TIENTLEY & REAP
TOVES 'and TIN.W.AIIr, Caudle.,
' Lamp Oil, Campbeim
MOntrose, Mity 1,-;is. BENTLEY & PLEAD.
• pumpii 11. 1 1C.;NI !
he Greatest linprorehient of the Age!—C - 7.
'll - . Williams' Dalthl,e , :leting Pair Valve
Fewee u;')(1 Lft. PuMps--
N improvement abov'e . all other pumps cr, nut
chilies for lifting, Alit-Plying, and carrying watcy,
c • nibbling both a Pump #tid a Fire. Euglue. • This
Pump. patented in . Febrifary,:lSsl; is the whole of it.
Metallic. No bolts or settees ahoift it IQ,rust,-conse
xinently itwill last a man' ti life time. It can be used
in every variety of form-4-:can iiistur water from any
saltation, and carry it to toy part Of a building. It
0 ,- superior to all other Primps t'ape
}BHA, Tanneries, Brick Virds, Irfni \Cc:rk3 and Man
elfacturifs eA:lb1611111ellt,; itf all kiltds.
All orders must he addreif.ed to.AoptsoN p r , tmt e ß ,
li,odeisville, Fa., who has ithe:solei right for Su:Nee
-1 111113 county. . i
. i .
TOLES AND TIN. WARE F 01: TIIF.:
AToonnterr k ET,DriEDltare,' constantly °p hut d
4 large and" iv ell iel) - :ctell ;as:mut - lent of tin-
Alm:. l *Reels and. Chain for e- ell , puirms tern
pumps, 4:e.,.lJydratilic R: ms, - Japane••!l r•.;,.......,. load
Pipe.s of all sizes !Sze., fie. I .Toh 'WOK , 'one V. 1111 meat=
t i nsss :nal despatch ; all niViers proinptlr attended .to.
STOLES .1,:. P I I P E
ept consta.ntly on band, h large assortment or stores
of the latest improred null approted patterns. Our'
tixpgrienee in the business enable 4ns to select -tho4e
utt.we can safely warrant to gyre; en ti r e s: mi.:f ac tor,.
Amongst our numerons lock' e'a:1••• found the
Paragon. air Light !Star Of the We,t, Elevated
[Cew.World, • i !Clinton, . [Oren.
. c) , ! 44
Atlas, . . i Cultivator,
Phoenix, " • . Fire Fly, 44
• • • •
Three - States, " `Western Queen, o
Globe, - • 44 1 Prenliuili.
1 • . '
'S. A. Troonnryr. I ' .G. 0. ELDRED.
More and Mare New GOOd&i.
H: BURRITT is tin ow receiving, new ano-1 full
is supplies of Goods for the Winter Tratk; in
nding a new and elegant assortment of French
rinocs, iftrino and Ca4mfre : Pluid, But.
and Plain De Lanes,iPanl7ll(ittlP,l3rodt, Spume
nfl Lang Showla, all of 'pew and best styles:, and will
seat] a 25 per cent. lgss ilian last y mr's prices.—
Also a new assiartnient Rich Rihhnns andßanitttc,
Wide' Silk Velvets for Vloaks t i u 1 Jrallf ilia S, Rich
Silk ,and Velvet Marnii ~Iff ad
Drcs;tes, Rigglets Ali, with :i general assortment
of. other STAPIA and I.'s,Nci . Gains, as usual, which
having bought under tlici present; pressure el'-the snit
tnarkei, will be sold' at !corresponding and reduced
New Milford, November 2i, 175.1. •
1 N lON • INSURANCE COMPANY;
OFFICE, ATHENS. lIIIADFOED COUNTY, PA..
CAPITAL,. $200,000. • .
Sec-tired by llott4 and ilortgage on the Real Estate
. of the Stoekhol.kg.
Insures against loss Lv }ire, 'of House's, Stores ; and
other buildings, Goods; Wares, and Merchandise, on
as favorable terns as anY sinfilar:lnstirution.' Losses
promptly adjusted and • -
Dincrotts.—lion. Horace Wilfiston, Athens; Fran
cis Tyler, do. ; George Ai Perkin S do. ; J. T, P.. Meyer,
do.; C. N. Shipman, tle4; C. F . . Welles,- Jr. do.; J. E.
Canfield do:; Hon. Joint Laporth, Towanda; em B.
Wakeinan, ; :peo. Ilollenback, Wilkes
barre ; Michael Meylert, Liiporte, Pa.
Orrlcens.—Hon. Horace . Wiliision, :President; C.
F. Wells, jr., V. Pres-land Treas.; J. E. - Cantield,,
Agent. 0. S. BEEBE. Montrose: Pa.
FACTS FOR, TIRE PEOPLE.
TE subscriber is carrying on the 1,7/.4!!INAK
RUSINESAIiu utrious.branebes at
the Chair and Ware Shp in Il6tlferd, where may be
found a greater variety of Niailsor and Rocking
Chairs than at sum °ther establi,lll7n cm in the county ;
OD Flag and Cam. Seats, Bureaus, Tledsteads,Loung
es, Settees, Tables, Stands, Lei d.c., all of which will
be sold at-the - lowest Prices at retail; (or wholesale,
with shott - notice.) All work warranted well made
and of good 'material. !Short credits and small profits
will be my motto. :For demodstration of the Above
facts, please call at my shop in!llarford village. •
A. ;W GREENWOOD.D
Ilfarford, October 12 1854. 1546mG
• rAnyitiFon SALE.
riPHE subscriber offeks ler- sale, on the most liberal
1 terms, one of the, best farms for making money ;
in Northern Pennsylvania, The said farm is situated
Dinmek,Susquelianrin counti,convenient to Church
Grist-mill, anti saw-mill. It ciontains 180 .acres, one
hundred and twenty j five under a pod state of
cultivation, well watered and fenced, One good frame
house, 28 by. 36 feet, . two good barns, o le' hundred
feet or good shed, hotbouse,'and a good young orch
ard, all grafted fruit thiercon. Poss&.sion will be given
to'suit the purchaser. For price apply to the pro
prietor on the premisrn. . _ Wu. BAKER.
• Dimoek, July 18th,!1.885. , ••• 28 w 4.
IP ARMS FOIL f4ALE.
Tsubscriber wilt act as agent for buYing and sellj
• kg Real-Estate4-Farms; Houses, and Lots--io.;
cited in SustjuehannaiCounty, Pa. Ailswho wish to
offer their property for sale can give o minute deserip.
don of Weir Farms or Lots as follows : Number of
cares, how many imptted, and bow watered, build r
ings;orehards, graftedlor coalition fruit ; other fruit
trees; and the nearest' point ti? the D. L. & AV ;
and N. Y. & E. It. It t j .: .
. .. ,
62 farms on the 1LA,,43 Arnim) 111. By , tiling on thp
subscrlef n minute ciei=ciipticin, price and ternts calk
begiven. ~. i• ~.. 1 , • • , .. "
( Office on Turnpik4ist. 4 dnoni went of Main st.
nnntrosp, Atigutt 1% 1854. A.'IIA.I.DIVIN". •
V. 1 .4
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41—'9.- •,-- . ~.-4 tt,'44 , 11i
YFI4 I S " PILLS• •
.NEW, and Angularly sno . w.. =sful
ve remedy ns . i f ; ore ld
h i e .
A. cure cure of all Billions diseases---Coat
gesOon, Jaundice, Wopsy, Rheumatim,Fevena., Hu-
Inlrs, Gout, NeryouAns, Irritability, Inflammations,
IleAdactic, Pains in tie Breast, Side; Back and Limbs,
Female Complaints;i F bo. to IndeeB,.very few. are
she diseases in whit] a Purgative Medicine is not
more or less required, and much sickness and suffer
ing might be prerefited,-if a harmless but 'effectual
cathartic were morelfreely used. Noperson can feel
well while a costive Ihahit of body prevails;' besides,
it soon generates serious and often fatal diseases,
which might hare been avOided by the timely and
udicious use of a-gOod purgative. This is alike true
of Colds, Feverish : syrriptous, - and Billions derange
meats. They all tend to.become or prtiduce the deep
seated and formidAle distempers which load the
hearses, all over.- the land. Hence a reliable family
physic is of the first importance to the public health,
and this pill has Been perfected with -conSionnittte
skill. meet that demand. An extet.sive trial of its
virtues by Physiciatis v Profemsors, and Patients, has
shown results surpassing any thing hitherto known of
any Medicine. Cures have ; been effected beyond be
lief, were they not kubstanfiated by persons of - Such
exalted • positions Aid character as to forbid the sus
picion of untru*. Among, the eminent gentlemen
who have teStifiedin. favor of these Pills, we may
Doct. A..A. TIA*Es, Analytical 'Chemist of Boston,
and State Assayer of Mass.aeftusetts; li. J. Comment,
Governor of Mamaehusetts;• Emmy Wssitneni;
Gov. - di Massachusetts; .Stmcos Brows, Lieut. Gov.
of Mass.; E. M. WRIGUT, SiTITLITy of State Of Iris. ;
jolts B. Frrzr.tvitick, Cath Bishop of Boston; Prof.
Joux.Tommy,-of the College of Physicians and.Sue
g,rons, Neir - Tork City; Dr. C. T. :fACKSON, Geologist.
or the Public Lands of the United States; Dr. J. B.
CHlLTON,..Practical Chemist of Sew York City, endors- -
'ed by Boit. W..L. Msncr, Secretary of; State; Wst.
B. ASTOR, the richest man in America; S. Lm.s.xn
Co., Proprietors of the -Metropolitan Motet, and
! Did space pernjit, we could give many hundred
certificates from - all parts where the Pills have been
used, but .evidenee even more convincing than the
' ;experience of eminent public men, is found in their
. effects upon
These Bills, the' result of long investigation and
!study, are offerethto the public as the best and most
Icomplete Which the present state of medal science
can afford; The)? are compounded not ofithe drugs
themselves, but of the medicinal virtues only
etable retnedies ; extracted by cheMieal process in a
state of niftily, and combined together in Such an:fin
ite:. as to insure the beSt results. This system- of
composition for medicine's - has Ime. - U found in Cherry
.Pectoral and Pills botk-to produce a more efficient
remedy than hail hitherto been obtained by.anY
cess. - The reascin is perfectly obvious. While by
the old mode of composition, every medicine is bur
dened with more or less of amine - Timis and injurious
qualifies, by this each befit-ideal virtue only that is
desired for the eqrative effect is pres4nt. All the in-'
ert • and obnoxim;ts qualities of each • sel ) stanee;
plover] are left behind, the fie:ratit: virtues only be
ing - retained. Hence it is ''self evidellt the effects
should prove as they have.proved, more purely rein
•edial, and the pills . a more powerful antidote td dis
ea-se than any other medicine known tel the World.
As it is frequently expedient that many medicines
should he "taken under the counsel of; an attending
physician, Told as he could not propqly - judge . of a
remedy without knowing' its composition; I have sup
plied the accurate formulte by which bothmy Pecto
ral and Pills aremade, to the whole bOdy ot.Praeti
ioners in the 'C'nited States and` British American
Provinces: . If, however, there should be any one
who has not received them, ['icy will Ibe forwarded
by mail at his rehimest.
Of all the 'Patent Medicines that wee (dieted, Iwiw
few -would be taken if their compositien was known I
Their life consists in their Mystery. - 11mee 1:o mys ,
teries. The ecenpasitiOn of my preparations.is laid
open to all mens and all who are competent to, judge
on the subject freely -acknowledge their convictions of
their intrinsic merits.. The Cherry Pectoral was pro
nounced by-scieiitifie men to tae a wonderful Medicine
before its 'efiectS Were known. Matiy. eminent Phy
sicians have dedlared the same thing of my Pills; and
.even more confidently - , and are willing-to certify-that
their anticipatidns were more than realized by their
effects upon trial. ' They operate ; ' their powerful
influence o:r the internal viscera to purify the blood
end stimulate it into healthy aqimi—f.etnce - e the ob
structions of the stomach, how-, liver, and other or
gaits of the body, restoring -Their regular action to
health, :ma by Icorrecting wherever they exist,„snch
derangements ;Is are the first, origin of disease.
Prepared - b:4'. Dr. .T.
_C. AVER, Practical and :A.na
lytieal Cheinisti Lowell, - Mass. Price 25 cents per
box. Five boxks for F.1.f.t0. Sold by ABEL Tenni:Lt.,'
'Montrose ; B. F. k It. H. EAToN, Iliv ford ;
Pntsser, Dandaff, and he all dealers ia medicineS
e very whero.,
NOtice to the Ptablii'.
IAVI.N - G jitst returr.ed from New - -York I wish to
call the itttention of my - old customers, and of
the public iii 1.-Miteral, to my
NEW STOCK . OF GOODS,
which being biiught with. cash at • tho lowest:Prices.'
and_ wishing toisell principally for the same, I:will of
fer them at gniatly reduced prices. •
••• Cocheco Prints, warranted -fast -midi's, for only 8
cents a yard. Good Brown Sugar, 'lB pounds for one
dollar. Boonton Nails, acknowledged by all to be
the best Nail in use, $5,50 per ken..•.; Hats and eirtps,-
-Boots and Shoes, Builido ilobes or all prices, all wool-
De Lftines, Cirdnneres, Paramettas; Dress, Silk, Silk
Velvet, &c.. Vouslin De Laines, 1 shilling per yard,
Satin lionncti and Moleskin Bats,Broche Shawls,
Double Long Shawls, Thiliet do., seling at ineonceic
-tihly low pric4. I.can safely warrant perfect suds
fiction th all Who will give me a call. - - • ,
Laneaboro, hl.pr. 5, 185.1. •. : -S. A. LYONS.
q.,OCKS--- - iood time keepers, oily or.
. - S. A. LYONS.
Lancsboro, !Apr. 5. - •
WANTED -1000 Idles, for --whqh the highest
price hill be paid. S. A. -LYONS.
Lancsbore,lApr. 5. •
OUNTRI7PRODUCE taken in exebange for
Goo( n't me store. . S. A. 1;Y0.5...
DAIII.I:NEN, TAKE NOTICE: '
9-‘llE;italscifiburs having secured . the sole right to
/).-1 I'M' ADJUSTABLE eIfURY .AND
BU7'TEB:WOBIiEIe, for Fus(plebanna and several
adjoining counties; respectfully invite all Rutter mak.
ers to examine .and TEST the merits of this new* . and
valuable invention. •Jrc propose to' furnish ench*and 1
all of you with a CIICIIN that; will brod ! iee as much
buttZr in as short a titne*,a's any other chnrn=one
that will colnilletelli expel the but:eel:pi:7k, wash and
work itt • thc - Oitolifraing it vt , rfeetly throoeh the
rhultet and fit it for use; without removing it 11'0111 the
ichurn. This; Churn is pimple in its construction,
aruific in its operation, antleasily•cleaned and kept in
;order. and .can be easily attached to any propelling
.• For furthdr particulars. nprdy personally or bylet
ter to JAS.I C. BUSANELI., and 3. N.-BRONSQX,.
Ararat, Susquehanna comity:, Pa. 1 • •
Mr AIN E. MOTT would respectfully inform the
,pubic that they are mannfaCturing-Blatehley's,
Celebrated Plows. They also keep 'constantly on
Mind, .Situ. Jlell, lrayne Countx.and Idea Plows,
Cultiratoraii:Dog Churn*, &nigh' and Cutter Shoe's,
Plow Poloo of various Patterus,! too numerous -to
mention. We hope, by strict attention to business,
to receive our share of public patronage. Maimftie
tory, D. PoSt's old stand. • Foundry, M. Mott, near
nrilepairing done on short notice.'
- 11F.BETT 110TT.
TIRE INSURANCE . :
MITE subisetiber is agent for the following Insurance
Companies, doing bu:ines itt the lowest safe
nites. ~ • - :, ,
State Affitual at'lltirrisburg.. - : . -
- • Capital $350,000.
Cash-lfOual.at .I . iiii•risburg. - " - .
. . . - . Capital - $f200,000.
[Tome .In . o.ltrance, New „York -City,-
1. ,B. CHANDLER,
Montrosir April 6, '64..1
AI D.SAW MILL:
)OST BROTITERS. having parchaiett the. above
emtahlishnient, will keeßconstantly on haed
perftne a•td Hite ,PlirtOr 4 Cora Meal of .tupirior
alto Chop enii ßran at the lowost,eash
Custom work will ba ,done with ciespatelt, a nd in all
.Montro4b, Jult l ' • - .
Dr. Biker's telebrated :Vegetable
A . : i
soverei n tentedy for, pysepteyy, Cholera - Morino,:
Cholerti ufantuni or 'Slimmer conapirtints--enth eV,
Tegetablc4 atutitto tteii:i filled in s . singie ins:mire of
produeing the' desired iteCt. For rate' in lottits tit'
50 cents mot .t.E., : :BFNTLEY L; READ. ' •
Niontrtito, Auzust 22 , 1655. ' .. ,
SGYBE, ECTLEY- ,PERKINS. having pnrchas
ed of Wilson & Co..t,hee Eagle Foundry, are now
prepared to fill orders from the trade, and do work in
thCir, line with skill and despatch: They will:keep •
constantly on hand Fl o ws, (best kinds,) Strives, (alll
kinda,) Cultiratrirsi Straw Cultera, 'Corn Shelters,
We invite particular attention to the Plows' which
we mariuEacture. We mgmufacturc and keep for sale
.The (.'eletkrated Blatrhlty Fle t
We have purchased the exclusive right to znanufac
ture and sell in this county, Wayne, Wyoming:and
.13Mdford,2WRich's Patent trod. Beam Plow. -
Plow is made, entirely of iron, excepting the handles.
It is celebrated . for its easy <bought, being one-third
easier than any now iuuse, while its strength and du
rability die greater.
Of all kfinis - raannfactured and repaired by ex'perienc
ed. znachinests. • •
Steam ..Engineg, gearing foi
~5 3 ,11118, Shillte Ma
. , chines, Ike. ,
„ . .
'Ainong - the Stoves which we manufacture, a r e The
Keystone Cooking Store, liougli.and _Ready do., For-, •
est Queen do., Premium do., and other kinds, all ar
ranged for burning wood or coal. , Also, Sell-fle.ou
lator, Par/or Stare, Cottage Parlor do.,- Stanley's,
two sizes, do., and -'4 variety of other Parlor Stoves,
both wood and coal burners. We keep, also ert . hand
Grindstone trinunings, Dog Churn trimmings, ' trm
• hrella and Shovel' and Tongs Stands, &c. &c.- Work
done to order on short notice and at the lowest rate&
or Orders for Stoves, Agricultural. Implement*,-
&c. l are: solicited from those in the trade, and will be
' filled at 'reasonable wholesale prices. • ..” -
11. S. - . BENTLEY.
Montrose, Mitieh 4.
John Gros - es". Advertisement.
AS natitre, -who furnishes the birds and beasts with
an extra coat For winter, has riot made a similar pros
vision for,tfoan, rhave concluded to 1 : *- e i t . - u f," . „,4.
sell' to attend to that department ; nlid therefore - 1
think proper to announce that all shivering rnaiebi
peds, that Jleinl new apparel,,glorious or inglorious;
fashionable ; .:or unflishiortable, can hare their wants.
Supplied anti their tastes suited ; by calling on me ; at
my.shop in - Montrose: .
INDOT. R. TIIA.YER t takes this method of Faxiiig
to his friends anthenstorners, that he has again
resumed the practice of medicine, at his old standlat
Montrose, where he tna:, - be found at all timeirunlesS.
pruftwionally employed.. He m=ould say, to those. in
debtgd to hini, that he will deduct twenty-five per
• cent on all aer!oUnts paid before the first of April next,
(or if any poor like myself I will &duet . fifty.) ."
3lontrose - , Feb, 20,1855.
AMONG the'gr'eat variety of Bellicines.at Ttii•rell'l
L -- .. 1.. Store, may be found all of Dr. -- .Tavnes: justly
celebrated Family Metliciae: : . .Avre's Cherry Pecto- .
rid and Cathartic rills; Halsey's. Forest... Wine mid
Forest Pills; llootland's cel e brated Gernian.Bitters. ;
Louilen's series of -Family Mt:dicittes ; Mereliant'
Gargling Oil, the greatest:remedy for sprains_ M malt
or beast ever known ; Mathewson's Infallible ißeme-.'
dy, and Horse Remedy ; Orick's Vermifitge,!and a -
vatiety of other kinds; Tt-ask's Magnetic- Oititment-,
the great remedy for' burns, rlietunati-mt, and all in- 1 .
thumnatory complaints; Pond's . Extraer,-a . -first rate
thing 'for similar purpoSes- as_ above Ointment: An-..
Brews' Pain Desn oying. Agent, a good article ;TWooil
cock's Ralston and Liniment ; -At woorN Jann
dice Bitters, Ciinker Drops; Liniment, and Dy;senter'y
Drops ;-. Bakt)r . 's Compound for Dysentery : Hough.=
ten's Pepsin, for Dyspepsia; Belnitiold's -Extinct of
Buchu and Extract i of Sarsaparilla ; -a vattiety ..431
.Salves, the hest in market, Pills; dc., and an ':almost
t. less variety_ of Patint Medicines, altogether too
n ieronA - - to enumerate—but suffice it to say; that
th public will fitid nearly every thing. in this lnie f it
the Drug and Fancy Stm'e of ABEL ILGRELL. .
Montrose, July, 1655:._
- 1 -
GEAERAIL. 1 7 11711NtgLIING :STORE
. ' AT •.
- - ST:SQUETIANNA DEPOT/
'T ASHER k Co. Wouid r espectgily
el their friends and the . public gf . aerall
keep conStantly on hand- a full ssortme -
Made Clothing, Boots - and Sh s, Hats. an I
every thing else nrces,zary fo men and won .
We..would particularly.cal the attention a_ country
Mi..rchaitt.4 to our large sk'ofileadv'-Mad i c Clothing,
our own minufitctur ~' which - We olfer atiwbolesale,
at prices that. will afford great inducemetits.*i_cash
and short-time ctistrirners. 1. . --,
. A large stock of Cloths, Cii.,•simerits, Ve . Angs,kc.,
kept constantlyiim hand, for person desirous of hay-
Ing . clothing Made to order. . . .
Orders punctually attended to. - - -
Thankful for past favors, we hope . to metit a c0...-i
-tit-mance of the same. J. -AsiiEr.-& Co:
7-Slisqueltatma Depot, Pa., 31ity - 12., ISt,5.
A ustra 1 ia, California,
'Of ady place on ;t%;c Globe cannot pienni
• fpeato• ;H(lttcenti'Rns• tlfon •
• : KEELER & STODDARD'S
BOOT SHOE -STORE.
FLICII is now filled . with -a-new and extensive
assortment of artickeS in their line, embracing . _
a general iarietv of new and elegant 'stsles of. ladies
and-. gentlemen's 'wear, ' among which are. Ladies
French, Silk Lasting :aid -Brendle, • tiiiiitets,. Kid "and
Enameed l'ollnis„ Kid, Patent Leather and... Bronze d.
Jennv•tinils, Buskinsand Ties •, Gentlemen's French
and Philadelphia, oak tanned.calf skin and kip Poets,
Morocco, Calf and epwhide Brogans &c. Boss- kip,
calf an cowhide Boots and Brogans ; all kinds of -
Misses'nnd Childrenls wear. Also, a general assort
nitlnt of Findings wlieh consist in part of lasts; pegs,
Sparaldes, Rung-aria-I nails,, tacks, thread, wax, Bris 7
des,shoe binding ; awls,rasps, saiolstone.s, shoe.knives,
&c. Also oak and hemlock, tanned calf upper •and
ioleloather, Moro:iced skins and linings._
• Work made to order and repniiing tiently done.
H KEELER &STODDARD'
Montrose, April /,
Sttarns and 31nryin's Fire-praci
Sztie's. - - ' : • -
rilllE subseribcr+3ave made arrangements' to fur- -
1.. • nisb to penions who may heinwatit of them;:the
abort named invaltable - Safes, at the same prices for
.s.lkitdkthey can be obtained at the manufacturer's.—
Havin . g experieum, the-benefit of stick an artliele du
ring the late . conflapation ourselves, we would earn-,
estly recommend tu otherS having valuable books and
papers, the preserving of which_ would be of immense
importance to thenk, not tb do without one. /
Prices range fro k
.$5O to $5k:S:), and we can eiplain
to. any one Whilin * .to purchase, the difference .in
style, size, price, 4c., and furnish them on short no- ,
tire, with the interktal- nrrnngvment to suit' the pur
chaser. - . .1 BENTLEY & READ. -
Montrose, Decethher 19;1854." •
•,Valuable rgr Sale. .
ro il: SALE IN ONE BODY; about 5500 =acres of
,/ Land ori the waters of Spring Brook, a branch
of the Lackawanna river, in vLuzerne County, Peiai a.,
about midway between the thriving towns of Scram
ton andTittston. T.hese. lands are covered%with val
uable timber, and, being situate in the most extensive
mineral region in Pennsylvania—l nown to contain
iron ore , ---and believed to ttbound -in_ coal, auld being
also tins' immediate •vicinity of-several 'railroad;
Made and now in progress---olTer'to the capitalist-WI
opportunity for the Investinent of money that seldom
occurs. For further information apply to N. P. Ho•
sack, Esq.; No. 41, Wall street New York, or to the
subscriber; at-Montrose, Susquehanna Coimty,Pa., the
attorney in fact of the warners,.
- April (l, 1854. - . lIENRY DRINE.F.E.
' ILEII.E . AND PLASTER.
1 SIIIE sub.scrihers are now hurnin a
f, and Will keep
.11a constantly. on hand; Linie of . wry superior
quality at Montrose Depot; and aril[ -sell . it in any
quantities .'at a fair price.. Per 4.6 us irishing, • a large
quantity can be suppliedl.7on i reasbuable. notice.
Superiorground Plaster will i be: kept constantly on
hand hereafter. • - • i• • I. L. POST, - .
- - - •j : 11. PIIINKER.
• •• ' .' 1.
W. JEsscr: •
• Montroie Pcpot, 4A.pril 3. ' I • -• :L. SEARkE.
_ . Window 841
Q 11. i• D. SAYRE haviug appointedm agent
IJ* for an eitensiye 'Sash, 144 ul and door manufac
tory are prepared to runtish atiV, - ardeles in at
less rates than they have usually been sold
July 24., • S. 11. .L• D. S.
which ever} _ man Ehnuld try for sale
bY n. & D. S.
ATS.—. 2% new fat of Summeranti Cloths
for aurrimer wear just reeHred and for kale 6 1103 P
by I • .1). R. 1,. & CO. •
New Goods Cheap ; for. tosh
• Head of Noiigolgon.i
THE undersil.„rned, Vrou irwpecttlilly . announce
dist he is still selling 'old place,
and that he has an eoOods , ntire uew. std of - Goods-which
sell cheap. •• , C. W. MOTT.
171.AEGEWCAINfor:one shilling -Lawns; fat
_ color; a yard wide, for, one „and Cali
coca at all prices, at • -
• • Montrosn, May 5(1,1.855. •
. .NEW :G OODS.
Print andLlnifee Brciadclotti, Delano',
1004-.;•ju# opentql find for Nig! by- ,
- . • . 'TNO.SfZ 5flY,