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The Wife ofWaahnigtortinClung.
We quoted, says the New;York Organosome
tinftl ago from a correspondent of the Newark
Daily Advertiser,an interestingacconnt ofGen.
hevas With the i eriny at
Washington, while . ) ,
Morristown, N. J.
The 'Same writer furnishes the following .
respecting Mrs. Washington, which he obtain
ed from an Old family in Whippany,, 3.;
named Vail::.: Mrs Vail's first husband's mpth
er Mrs. Tnftle, was a sensible and rigreefible
%%moan, whose company was much sought,
even by those Whih owing to their wealth
gloved in more fashionable! eirales; ; Among:
other frequent visitors was Mrs. Troupe, the,
lady-of a half pay captain in , the British pavy.
She issdesiribed as a lady of affable, manners
and of int#lligeniie, and much esteemed.
One day she visited Mrs •Tuttle,, and the
%nal Complements were hardly passed before
she : ' •
Well,-what do you think, Mrs. T y I h i ve
beeh to see Lady Washington r ;
yon indeed.? Then tell :neallabou
how yon found her ladyship, - bow sheappeeied
and What slit Said:"
I wilt honestly telt you,", answered
Mrs. Troupe. "I never was so ashamed in all
My tire.' Yon see and Madam
and Madam Budd, and myself, thought :
We would visit Lady Washington, and as she
wale said to be so grand a lady, 1V43 1 tho'ught
..UV Must put on our best bibs had bands; So
we dressed , ourselves in our t most elegantauf-
Bets and silks, and here introduced to her lady
ship. = And don't.. yen ,think Ivo found her
i kuiting, with a a pc4lecl (check) ape= on !,,She;
_received us graciously and easil y, but a ft er the
emnPliMents were over, She ,res umed her knit:
ting. There , we were, withcMt a l stich,of Work
and sitting in state, but General Washington's
-lady, with her own hands, was knitting stock- _
fogs for herself and dear husband !
" And that was not all. Id the afteracion
her ladyship took occasion say, in a way
that we could not be offended, that atlthat
time it was important that' American ladies
vliould be patterns of industry to their country
women, because the seperatien from the Moth
er country willdry Up the sorirce 4 whence many
;of our comforts are received. V7e must be
come independent by our determination to do
without what we cannot make ourselves.
Whilst our 'our hisbands and hrlothere ate exam
pies of patronism, we must be patterns of in
According to Mrs. Tratipe's story Mts.
'Washington gave to her visitors, Some ()ice!.
-lent advice, the meanwhile adding force to her
words by actions, and withal, in such away
tbatthey could not take offence. In thie she
proved herself moreworthy tn' occupy her di&
tingnished, position than she conld have:Aone
by all the graceful and elegant accomplishments
which are often found in prinaessen and queens.
In the relations she eecupiediher knitting work
and. cheek apron were queenly ()Momenta and
we may be rend to,knoWAhat such - a women
ais Martha IVashingtonset an addireble exam
, ple,to her ceuntrymomen.
Bashful Bien. - -
sr 31E9. MAZY A. Dpsrsox. •
We never yet saw a genuinely rndn!. wlio
;was nut the soul .of honor. , .iThongl-ench may
bluilt and • stammer, and shrug their shonldors
swhwardly, un..ble to throw forth with:ease,
the.thoughts that they woulil express, yet com
mend them to us for friends: j
There arc fine touches in their chacters.that.
time will Tellowitnd bring Out; perceptions
ea:delicate es the faintest tint is to the unfol.
''din'g rose :and their thougl4 are none the less
Jefined and beautiful that they not flow with
OP' impetuosity of the shallOw steamlet.
We art astonished that sUch men are not ap.'
preciated; • that ladies with; really goixt hearts
unct cultkvated intellects, will reward the, gal- ;
,lint sir.hlnstacie ilrainleas !with smiles ',and
:mentions, because he can fold shawl grace
fully, and handy cOmplinietits with Parisian
,elegasec, while they will Inilt condescend to
bwk upon the worthier ami who felsfoi them
a reverence so great that hit, every Mote glance
The min who is bashful) in the i presence of
ladies, is tlicir defender when the loose-tongue
of the slanderer would defame them ; is
tuft he who bOasts to con4neits; Or tinOtt to
talk glibly, of failings - tbat; exist in his intagi
entice alone: his cheek , will flesh
~ , with res
entment, his eyeflasii anger,- hear the
tame Of women coupled with a coasC oath;
end yet. he who would die to defend them, is
'least honored by the majority of ourlsez.
Who ever -heard Of a baihful libertine? The
enemata was etver seen. lEase and lelegence
ere his requisites; upon hilt.lips sits &hely,
,ready - to ph - I - court alike to blue eyes and black
he is, never non:plussed, he never blushes:: for :
s glance he is raptured'; wqr4 he
would profeisedlylay down his life. Yet his
be: who fills our vile eity dens with " *ticks
f female . purity, itis he who profanes the
lr limo of mother, desolates the shrine, Where
domestic happiness -is Llioncii; r e : the,
heart - that trusts in him ; Pollutes LW very , sir
he breaths, and ell wider the =Mk , dittpolish
'ad gentleinam _
ladies, a word for your have you toyer, and
- would you puseessa worthyhusband; Choose
whosedelicacy OfdePortMent, wiuise
re of your worth leads him to Stand aloof,
while other Crowd ar6ituryou.
Imuitemere even atAar aapprina,conedkt#oo
uo buoy signs of his exalted_ ' opinion. ,40: 1 .4
eex. If he is witirethg medest,l4 l 4oei
I . 4ousand fortunes weigh".down i in 'the
'Aimee, for depend upon it: with bun your,life
will happier with poreity, - thait with nip) ,
• 'arieiber surrounded by the splendor. of Oda.
, Branch. ' - - - '
arrho 11.ustiOgiorernanatbaa forl4*tho
odrolosion of Gen= washantoa, jotarpoy*
orapprenticef, on any piotenecatateXar l into
Ito Ausliza siomialaaa,
Sam ind his" Mita.
._ . .
A good story is told of a southern gentle
_in one of;tlUttouthcrn States, who being
very ill, proposed that an aged slave, who bad
been very faithful to hiM, tthonhl be: called
into his l room. ' . SaM .soon made his appear
ance, and with a joyful face drew ,noor to his
master, expecting that heves' about to an
nounce to him hia'purpose:,of leaving him
free: - • '
You know, said the , -.master, you have al
ways been a faithful serval4 tome,. Paul.
Nor Sam expected the nett seutenee to
contain hisfreeedern.- -
lint, told inaster,.yOu know, Sim,
wars treated you , kiridly..
Yes, masts, yon did; replied he. ;
Saw was now all antiety to bear, and look
art grentfully into 6ihellion) of hit dyiug mat
ter, and waited' to hear the , charming word
Freedom? But what Was - aids disappoint
meat when ho
In consideration of your long , and faithful
services, rhave directed-in myp•ill that when
you die yon shall be buried by my,side.
After a loiig reitie, Saul replied—
Me no like dat Inass'a. • • I
Why don't you like It 1, It will be an hon
or to you. , . iJ . ,
Me no like it, indeed, mama, for aomidark
night riebil come look for mas3a, and mistake
and take poor awn..
A -Fatal Tragedy
• The. Swedish bark Sarwiento, with two
hundred and; forty - passengers from Panama.
for San Praneisco, bad put into the.. Sandwich
Islands shorCof provisions. The -Polynesian
giVes the following account of some of the
incidents and suffering on the passage.
' The. passengers suffered the greatest hard.
put on ships--were put on allowance of bread and
water five day.% from Tobago. ". I
Oil the 2d l ot. May, a most fearful tragedy
was enacted Po' beard : A young man by the
name of Wolfork,. about 19 years of age,
from Kentuc y, shot a German, named John
son through' the heart. • The: Might of this
bloodY basin a was a dispute about a tin cup
of! which W olfork hnd twci and the German
none. In tha hasty alteration the handle was
wrenched off, when Woolfork drew his reiol
ver and shot Johnston dead.,
. A scene o the greatest excitement ensued.
The Murder/. was seized-114 voted that be
should be hung, 33 against It, and the remain
der neutral. A judge was appointed a jury
of twelve J i mpatie,lled ; the prisoner found
,guilty of murder, dud Aentzneed to be hang
' within ono hour. • -
During thitime between the' sentence and
executien, e dead body of the murdered
German was Ibrought on deck, and preparation
Made, and after allowhi,g the condemed man a
quarter of an hour over his time, he was run
up Loth° yMe-arm, where lifesoon bevinie
extinct, .FIJ was then cuttadrift, fell upon his
face into thesea, and. continued to Heat until
left, out of sight b 3 the vessel.
W"A regular reader of the New York Tri
brine, the lending organ of General =Scorn fu
the North, cannot fail' being _struck with the
one.idea sort of arnment constantly preached
in the coluuum of that journal. Ever since
thenemination of 'Scarr one half the force in_
Greeley's Office haver- been engaged prin
ting Duch and English Lives of Scott, filled
with pictures repsesenting old "Fuss .and
Feathers" 'on - various - Battle fields, in , the' mil-;
itary-Eospital,ie- Daily appeals madej
to areuse such , a military enthuasissm as el.
fected Taylor in 1848. Not a word, is ever
:`said: about Sott's Statesmanship or scott's
'ability for the! offiice. " dive every man,"
'says kfoarce, effect a:" Life of Scott—let
'every voter have a Picture took," just as
though the people of the United States wire,
a-parcel of chithren to be gulled into the sup.
port of a Man! by iroaghwOod cuts. Such
proceedings znie disgraceful. Why don't they
appeal to the intelligence and thesound sense
of••the peoPle Let them know - What Scott
has thine in a,civil ;tray to entitle him to, the
highest office OA the Globe. Let them give
us some evidence of his fitness, of his rapacity
foithe station. - It is high time Apt military
humbunery is brought to . an end. And if we - ,
are:not tnistaken the total and, Overwhelming
deteat of General Scott, will bring it to' 'an
end. The regular Army is no piece to. rear
Statesmen and.if it were Scott is the last man
that should be elected fieis tyinnnical,over
arigtocratie and proud. * -
- Pen. Scott's idea`of naturalizing fore.
ignem Etter a. year's tervices in the army or
navy, of the United States is borrowed from
the Eqlish Custom. Englatnt'a foreign
gaeri by one or more year's service ,in the
navy, acquires a-right toProteetionas an Prig
lied; [ subject. Perhaps pen. 'Scott and the.
duke of Wellington haVe been putting their
heads tegethei. •
Mit is said that Barnum has Procured
the itidenticel white luinkerchief which Gen.
SeCittraisedas a Ong of. truce when he: our.
rendered: his sting as prisoners War At
Queetisten, and has defiosited it at: his 51. use.
at st:X. Y; The Scott Men ete flocking to
examine the relic., bowl -out of which
Gemecott took his, 4 ! hMtty plate of soup" ha s
been' htoken, andthqfr4g,tients lost; tut Daa
rum has the promise of Ithe Sinker'.
IA fre e. .on his return from the. North
to New Weans, wrote to the It a Christien
2 lidvaa* - "TheY . ehalied" Ma- like a White ,
men, and treated me like a riiiger-- end
frill's,uolete-43ambo was right.
thie - world is given to'` lyicg~
s!hitobises of the elvil ability Mitt exiierienee
prAt what time ; Aire Mai a man be
ata to below to , thp voOtabi6 bingdoa'
WhOa long iffiedene4 has tiFlds Uzi sage: .
arThereareeighty OW:Women In the V.
halding offices post.niasterseonleef which
ire add to bohnportent.posie;'-
Eff" Action, action, nctiin," , ..4.lho aecteV
of eucceu,s, •
Int Eubscripc......__ ,
r . be.
. • Moen Carbooduleaml Ifiipbcttom c.v...., . the
L kalianna & Western Raft Road. rnstaneo 20 - miles.
Loans Carbondale In the mornlog and connect - with the'
. eats going North Returning, leave on the - ariival'of
that:mill train from the Great Rend. - The nearest, most
direct and cheapest rout from Great Bend to Carbondale.
PasSengers by this line always get Into Carbondale earlier
in the evening than by any other rout. _ • •. '
are reeelptsd in Carbondale at- the Store of the nib
s beri, :Gain street, a few bluets below Dronsores Irotel.
eigtt.t, IEO2. ,i •'• - 9110 W & BROTUERS.
_ 4 Light;iMoie , LightStitl
11m5p - KOOR THE TIMES,
Lite at-the -Fouth,
171311132 'lOlE' &ADM"
AS IT. IS.
It log Narratives, Scene s and Incident in
.the real "Lilo of the Lowly."
.n.v - w. L. G. stank ESCi. •
, HE object of the nether is to represent the
condition of the fFlave in his rude but cow
table cabin, his daily occupattontiand pastimes
• relations between the master and slave, the.
m Junket& iniptilses and misconceived views of the
N ein Philanthropist, etc: etc.,' and to re
t the passions aud sentiments in their natural
fo ins, as the same are displayed to the humblest
lot of society, thus showing that, in the case of the
slave at korai contentment bestows more happi
nen than freedom • and at the same time to rep
resent, atilt is,..a class of people. viz: the Planter,
to whotri justice has seldom been done, and whose
ob racter, as exhibited in every day life - , is well
vs ciliated to win the amiable judgment of the
to above lork will be published on the first
of • ulY.'and w I coniain about 500 12 incl. pages,
b./ntifullyillastrated. The price will be $1.50..
'arty, orders will meet with first attention.
clod active agents wanted to hell the above
On the receipt of $1,50 ree,will forward. une
copy of the above book (which agents can . use as
a sample copy) by mail, postage paid, to any_placo
in the United States, not exceeding 1500 miles
fron Buffalo, Ghicago, Cincinnati or New York.
ooks sent by mail must be prepaid according
to the uew postoffiee law. Postage on this work
is!bout 25 ceuts for each and every 5)0 miles.
IVholesale prices for Ape, and other saleable
hocks, for which we want agents, will be forward
ed on application to us, postpaid. , . '
• G. H. DERBY & CO.
. . Book Publishers. Buffalo. N.Y.
No* Boot and Shoe Stare
REELER & 'STODDARD.
HE now firm of Keeler S Stoddard• have
opened n Boot and Shoe store on Male istreet,
firm dooribelow the Brick corner in which they
offer for ettle
I The Largest Assortment
of Soots, Shoes and Findings,at the lowest prices
Wsell for ready pay and small profits
he citizens of the village and country are-re.
sp ! tfally iuvited to call at a -- real genuine Boot
and shoe store where Boas and shoes are sold in.
stead of Beer andOyste re. -; • 1
Ttlße ep It before the People, 1
at-we have a• full asiortment strung which we
enemy*: - --- : : , ..
Mena Cork sole waterproof hbots,long leg Bun.
alqinne, calf half sole and pump boots, Kip half
sole boots, thick boots, calf, kip and cowhide bro.
gape, Over shoes, etc. . -•- • • ' -
Youths Calf,Kip and cowhide boots, boys thick
%Jaffies Frebch channel Gaiters, patent Fox
lt Gaiters, enameled and Kid PARS, enameled
friMt lack Polkas, kid and • gait JENNY LIND'S,
1 Nw York ties, excelsiors, Jenny Linde Rosettes,
1 ki dties, rubbers, etc.
Ilisses goat and calf Lace boots, Jenny - Lind's
, enameled Polkas, Dutch boots, etc. ,
phildre' nee button shoes, gont and enameled lace
boots, Gaiters, Dawning's etc. • , .
ktinong our Findings we Offer French calf skins,
Otik and Hemlock tanned ;_Call skins. Morocco,
pirik and white lining skins, red, - blue, maroon,
Ilrians,Binding. upper leather, oak and hemlock
soleleather, pegs, zinc nails; sparables, heel ball,
Webbing, etc. , •
tyN. B. 'Fork made to order and repairing neat
Erery - family should havc.a
jn unlividttal book, only 25 cts. per copy
Man - know! thyself., .
D.IIUNTEN - A Medical Ilaimel and fiend Boot for
the Affirterl,Containlng au outline of the origin,pr •
greas, Treatment and Cure of every form of disease.tou•
[teeter] by Promiscuous Bernell ntercourse, by Belf-a•
Luse, or by Sexual Eacess, :with advice Pr their preveti'"-
ticM, that cannot °freed the ear of detency,-from the re•
suit' cisme twenty years successful practice, extensively
devoted to the cure of pease of &delicate or private na-
To which Is 'added, receipts for the cure of the above
diatoms, and a treaties on the causes, symptoms !and
cure of the Fever and Ague, for. wenty-live cents a copy
sixicoples nun dollar refill be fereardedlo any, part of
the United Stat,r.bv malt3free of postage. Addreaa post
age paid, • D0x,106 Post Office, or she Author,3B North
Serntie Street, Phitadelßhie, • • ~ .
MUSTY dollisre OMR, Dr, annter will forfeit $5O iffail
-11 ing to cure any cue of Feces direfue that may tome
under blis l care,lto mrtter bow long standing or '-ttlicting.
Either sex are invited to his-Private Itooras,SS North
Soirenth at. Phila. withuot fear of interruption from oth
erpatienta. Strangers and 'others who baye been an
fortunate in the selection of a Physician are Invited to,
call. ' . .• ,
- i - -_ . - • ! , -
II /IPOTENCY,;Through nnrcitrai! tied thidulgence . of
the passions, byexcess ersettiouse, the evils are now ,
rims. . Premature Impotency; involnntat7 !seminal (Us;
charges, waiting of the organs, loss of memory, a distano
for female society, general debility, iff constitiational de
rangement, are auto to follow , If necessary!, consult the
Dtietcr with confidence; he offers a perfect dime. , ' ,
READ AND REPLICT —The afiliciedirmild do wellto
resect before trusting their health, happiness, awd in ma--
uyl cases their lives, in the hands of physicians ignorant
of elms of maladies. _ Ists certainly impossible for
one man to widerstand all Orr ills the human family are I
subject to. '.' Eicry respectable physician but, lilt peculiar I
britteb,.in which be tsmore sneeirsful than hia, brother
pr t fessors, mid to ; that he devotes most otitis dine "and
TEARS OP PRACTICE.' exclusively-devoted to the
1 study and treatment of diserses'of thelierrial olEalir,io•
I gethet with ulcers 'upon the body, throat, note, or legs; ~
r Pus tn l the hMill, or boner, mMiatuial rheunititi sm,stric•
takes, gmyel,irrogniatilley, dinettes arrislog from youth-
rio eitteya. or impurities of the blood, whereby. the eon.
-still:idol* has become enfeebled, enables the Doctor to
offer eperly relief to all who may place theniselvel under
-. ediel ne forwarded to any part of the United Statile—.
ce tive ar4ten dollars per package.—Sayl: . • !:• -. ;
. - ...._ . •
' l _ ! TEE - LIGHTNING. LINE!
_ TILL NI AN,• Barber and gait.. Diener, ia::
6 - turn. hie thanks to. hiainitherous friends
n d patrons;' and - haying, at he hOpes;convineed
al ;of rho gredi,denger and
,risk of - culling their
th ova by shaviag themielees, he . .beciihat they
wll discontinue that Lather-out practice , and in.;
0.. uraga hams ifidnitry, by calling . on hint. for a
x ave.:. iCtit. - , COCkell'i' Undo • wati sail! to be eto
e iirt that he abased *self, with sheet !ightning;
isd C. Tillman Will perform the lame feat on - tiny
tar a piefir that' tea rod :azor, iitttioicarill call
shopa hie Searle it-Hotel bateritatit.r-, It you
d" n't believe it, COI and see;...
e l . - ''i .- ' '•.
Montrose, May. 60E152 - ' -- . TiLLAtAII.
ARRISON'S Pemmican. ,kit - :,, -:' ,- -• •
••••• July 18::: - 1 Tuttakm. a. -
l itati. : _ , - , F any gentleman want. to fa) rOWlooollollaill
at'fiee Pei eetliq 4e cannot borrow it . of the
1 scriber, bat gentlemen cassava more thin 05
R r cent. in their clothing experiseit by getting
their garments Made at my shell: If I waain the
h it of itragging. I - COnld point to My "...nork as
-best -assurance of .my skill in the art, but , a
d scrititinating.and taste/9 1 9 11 We know whereto
Coati AB - is Ciats I ... -
li f c
i me ntion,s_l9„launmeatiOnablea, mita, jackets,
ka t attrteuts, coateei, ad infinitum.'.:.;.. •
t - Trr Gentlemen will please:to take notice, that I
i have removed MY shop to 4lr. Keeler's black, on
nein street, finit. asSory: . .
lErcotting Ilona as usual. ..
_.: .1 1 01 Iii GROVES.
Neutron, hue 10, 1852, . :
Jaundice, Dispepsia,-Chrosnic Nervaas
,Debility,-,DiSiiises.!tithe :kidney - 9,-
ND an -slismalci,fieeniftittr: a dliordered fiver or
• El Stout:Leh, andiai.Mstatipation,inutirdpiles fullness
Or,blood- Ca the head,: aridity of—the ate:mach, usea,
heart bum, disgust forfore,' fatness, or `:Weight , in
stomach, sour. eructations, sinking or flattering , at the
pit of the stionichiiisbureautatiens bead, burned or df_
fleultbrenthing,flutterlogat the heart, choking.ersuffe
eating SeMationi .When in
,a lying posture, dimnesrof
•vhdon, dots - or webs her melba light, fever and dull pen
Inllte head; deficiency et peripiratlen, yellowness of the
skin and eyes, pain in the- flaoiDack, chisit , limbs .ke.,
sudden flushes °fleet, burning In the Seib; Censtarieni-
ceilings orovll,sind'grent depressien'of/spirits, - con be
effectually cared by • •-•-
Dlr. lloolit >< nd~ltl
celebrated' . Gerf
N. ' . man 131tter's . - 1.-- • T.:
-Prepared by, Dr. C. .111.4ackSon; ett- - the
'German. Medicine store:l2o Arch, Street,
_ - !-1
- Theirpones over. the above,diseases liot'excelled, if
by-ally/Arbor preparation ba - thellnited States;
.as the cures attest, in many cases after skilful physicians
hod failed. .• - , • - •
',These bitters are Worthy the attention of. invalids '—
' Plusofaing grad Attune In the rectifleation'of diseases - of
tbeLlTCZElWilerser glands,exercisiog the most searching
poweriitweaknefaandadeetioniofthe digestivd moans,
they are, withaioife; certain, and pleasant. . •
Read arid be Convinced. . •
The of the Boston Bee said, December' I—. •
Dmiloottand's Celebrated German Bitters, for.taa ante
of Liver Complaint, laundien,. Chronic, or
Nervous Debility, Is deservedly one of the Most popular
medicine; of the day. These Bitters hallo beeq used by.
thousands, and a friend at one elbow says ha has himself
received an effectual and pertAlinent - cura of.. Liver Com
plaint front the nee ot. this remedy. Wis - are convinced
that, In the we of vigorese bitters, the patient oottstautly
gains strength ando—a fact wOrthy great
eration. They aro pleasant In taste audsmell, anti con
bo used by persons with the most delicate stomach with
safety, under say circumstances. - -We are speaking from
experience. and to the sleeted we advise their usu. •
Scott's Weekly, one 'of the best literaty papers pub
lished, mid, August 25th— - -•-
"Dr. Hoeflaiat' s' Ger Man flitter., manufactured by
Dr.'Jackson, are now reerimmended by some of the most
prominent members of the melical facially as an article
of much ellicany in. eases of female weakness - As such is
the ease, we would advise all mothers, to obtain a bottle,
and thus save themselves much sickness. 1 Persons of de
bilitated constitutions will find these Bitters advantage-
one to their.health, as we know from'experience the sal
utary effeet they have upon weak systetui."
The Phliadelphi•A Saturday a asettn. - tbe beet family pa.
per s uhllehed In the United States, says of Dr. Iloofland's
"It Is seldom that we recommend what are. tanned
'Patent sfedlcines, to the confidence and patronage of our'
readers,' and therefore when we recommend Dr. Hoof.
land's German Bitters we .wish to be dlstinetly under.
stood that we ate not !pealing of the nostrums of the
day, that are noised about for a brief period and then far
gott en after they have their guilty race of ndschlef,
brit of me (icicle tong establialled, universally approved.
and which has met the hearty approval of the faculty
Look well to the marks of the ;main e.'"They have the
written signature of C. 51. JACKSON. upon the wrapper,
awl is name, blown in the bottle, without r.hie.h. they are
For sale, Wholesale and retail, at the German
vine Store, No.-120 Arch street, one, door below 'Sixth,
Philadelphia, and by respectable dealers generally thro'••
out the country. •
Prices Reduced.—To enable all classes of Invalids to
-enjoy the advantages of their great restorative powers,
Serrate BOTTLE, 75 CENTS.-
Ale* for sole by ABEL TUll.llELL,Druist,slontrose ,-
Tinciop -& CON !'
Daily Express Line.
LACKAWANNA AND WESTERN RAILROAD.
Per Passenger Trains ; with Special ilfesten
, sengers for forwarding of Merchandise
and Packages of ctery description.
. • Specie Bank. Notes,
NOTkS,Drafts, and Bilis' collected, all orders attend•
ed to with promptness and at reacenzble rates-
The Ageats of the Lackawanna & Western Railroad
Company will act as vents for the aboie express line.
Express wagons will be in readiness. upon the =lira of
each train at Scranted; to forward with de patch, Mei ,
chandiza, &e.. to Pittiton,Wilketbarre, ••
Lerwou'd Searle of Montrose,isautherized.to receive and
forward Express Fridaht from that place to the _Montrose
Station, atid front said Station to Montrose.
N. of Tunkbannock, will receive and for
ward Express Freight from that place to Tunkhaianoek
Station, and from that station to Tuokhannock
Ttatooe rt co.
. • Novembcr, 1551..-52tf.
ug oreeellT#M2BlllP heretofore mining under the
nametuni firm of slsk to' Thro tp; in the Exprees
hutment on the L. do W 11,,1A this clay diseolred by mata
pl consent • •. ,• • JAMES 5186. '
Jan .1,1852 B. t;.TIIItOOP 4
buldneei will hereafter b ranted on by
throop tt go. o:7•See advertisement- -
The i'mple's Friend.
T.' T. Pond's, of Ithaca, N. Y., Pain Destroy.
er and'Healing Extract.
A N Extract from the shrub called Witch halal, and
purely' from that, with the exception of a little Al.
cobol to preserve it.
It will cure all local pain and inflamMatlon; old snres,
fresh- we uthis and bruises, Piles. and all diseases of the
bowels of a chronic nature; toothache; earache, and an .
excellent remedy for females, Zte. • ; ' ,
It Is trulywhat it pftifesses to be, 'ss van nariiin's
IFRIEND." Providence haa peattered along - the rugged
paths of life many thlogo that contribute greatly to the
comfort end happiness, of every body; hence their g nat
value, an t well may they be called "Friends of the ' Peo•
• One word here to gWard against ImPositlon. A man by
the name of Spencer has manufactured and, offered An
vale a spurious oracle called the "Carpi Extract"—that
would'be a:mot:from the harel-nut—thegenuine is as
while and pure as water, labile the annriin• article is ea
omit which enables the publielo diating,mbh:
None:rennin° bnt those marked Pond's Pain DestrOyer.
WILLIAM -MATCH. Dont:nye, end - atoredteepers
and medicine dealers generally, Agents. '
1000 Agents Wanted,
fro-travel in emery , county . in the United States, to
A. eitculate the authorized edition (lithe,
I IA) of eon. Frank: Pierce,
Candidate of the Democracy fur President o
the United States, by. D. 11r. Bartlett.
Author of "Whit 1 saw in Loadoni or 'Aden and
Things In the grest Metvoiolls," in au elegant 12 mo
vol. of 3CO pages, setilt . anacturateportrate of General
.. , _
?The. book containsth o particulars of his early life, an
eedctes connected vitt' hie private and professional We
tall, and an accent:trot his public and military !arrives, ,
6c.&e.,'bya popular _New England dither; who has '
visited Concord for . the special purposiof preparing a
reliable and antt . ten . tie volarac, underl:the advice and I
counsel of prominent Pemocrati."
The effort he.s the sanction of the dietingnistred sub
ject of- the memoir. Whose sadden and:unexpected ele
ration from, a private citizen to the .peond position of
the leader ofl thi...tlemoctstle party; and; as. the De•
mocracy confidently believe '
- soon to bo•elevated by
them to the most' honorable poet in the world—Chief
31agfetrate - of the United States—createS a desire en the
part of every American to know that:gm-denials 'of his
• Unifo rim' retail Mice, irt pallet covers, pints.; inneit
cloth, 75 cents_ - . - ,
COORS serai' mnli post.pnlcl, on ?ocelot or price.
Nor turtheripartionlars, widens. post.pat.l.
nritu;r .t. MILLER;
Sole Pttblishore, Auburn, N. Y.
Publish ersof DelitOesatio rofiefOil thin WO miles
of liew,York slats; inserting the obovO, (with this na
tics.) toles torsions to tbo Ist of beptember next ,shall
rewire' e copy of the some by mall, Tsai of postage - , -
• . • Dr.,LBY fc M I LLER:-.
.1n13 0 20; 1851 ' • , 1•• Auburn, 'ff:Y. •
To thO Poblio. • - •
A BEL TERUEL& is now receiving and keeps
1 - 11_ , constantly,oa hand a large and desirable as
sortment of - I
Which wilt be SOW very low for cas or ready pay. I
The stock is composed of a first rate assortmetanf
- Medicinel, Chemicals, Paints, Oils,
Dye• Stuffs, Groceries, Glass-ware, Spoons,
,Spectacles, Musical Instruments,
• Yankee-Notions, and
, • Dry Goods,
' - Hardware, Stoneware, _
`Mirrors; Stationery, Ertlattes; i ' _
Mediae! Instruments, Perfumery;
Shoes; Camphine Burning' Fluid, tamps,.
Clocks, %Vetches, iewviry, -
All poisons wfshingu k purcha te Thugs Or Goods
in any ofthe aforesaid departMents, will find
their lowest. promoted by-001We Brat at the
Drn and.ariety Store of ABEL TURRELL.
. Montrose. May
_rr =..WOOLI.WOOLI'' r •
7110Virg want 10,000 pop - Wiwi' Virco!iies4tige
:.V T.. for cah or cloth& - _
' p. R. takri#Oriii Co.:
brolitrse s lfity 24,x852.
ri.Asn piid for WObl - tiyi. - H. )3111T.Irr
Ika Wu, Milford; June'lBs.2. - • -
tir._pon o r a atbin',lll rd for Wei
by . 'BEAPTLEY . READ
Dn. sottairron . •
Another:.Scientific ; ;render IT' ,
Dli 8. 1101/OEITON I SAPEPSINs. TITN.TRUE
Gcs'nvE tib,OIL Gastric ..7
?sleep:l(l'am RENNET or, tha.,fatirib Btmanch of, tbo
Ox, after directions of It the - great Phyale•
Cheralst,l4-41:-8.11000ILTONi7 M - ..D., .Pidladel•
,This Is a truly wonderful " Veinedyr INDIORSTION,
COtSPEPSIA;;TAUNDICE: LIVER CkIPLA/NT,' CON* ,
STIPATIUN and DEBILITY, oust after Nature, own
meth" d, by Nature's own agent, the Oastrio.Juice. - """ -
Pepsin is the chief element or great Digesthrti print:lolo
of the Pastel° Jnicv—the Solvent of the - Food, the Plat -
Citing, Preserving, and Stimulating Agent of the Ste:wit
and Vtestioes. It is extrticted from thettigestivelltem
ach of the Ox thus farming' an -ARTIFICIAL DIGES
TIVE:FLUIDTI precisely like Abe 'natural Gastric Juke
its Chemical powers, and furnishing a complete and - per:
substitute for By theaid - of this preparation the
pains and evils or7ltidigestlon and Dyspepsia are removed
Brit as they would be by's healthy stomach.. It Is doing
wanders for-dyspeptics, curing cases ofßehillty; Envois.
thin ;Nervous Decline, and Dyspeptic Consumption, sop
posed. to be on the verge *Atha grave: The, scientific evi
dence n pot: which it is based, Is la the highest degree en
vions and remarkable. • •
I Scientific' - Ectdence.
Baron Llebrgln his celebrated , Wcork bn anitnal Chern,
Istry, says, "An Artificial Digestive fluid, - analegans to
the astrielefee, may be readily prepared from the ma;
eons membrane of the stomach of the Calf, In which Sari.;
ons articles of fond, es meat and Eggs, Will be softened,
changed, and digested. Just in lite same mannet.as they
would be In the human stomach."' •
• (a- Call on the agent - and get a Dereriptive droultir, -
grans, giving a large amount , of adentine evidence, simi
lar to the above, together with reportkof remarkable
cures from ell parts of the United States - .
t DII. 'HOUGHTON'S PEPSIN now sold by nearly nil
the dealers in fine drugs and popular medicines through
out the United States. It Is prepared in powder and In
fluid. form, and in - prescriptive vials for the use of Physi
- PRIVATE CIRCULARS for the are of• Physicians, may
larebtainell of Dr. Houghton or Ida - agents - describing the
- whole process of preparation, and riving the authorities
upon which the cairns of this new remedy are based.. As
It Is not a SecreStemeilyoso of can be raised against,
its use by Phyalcitins In respectable standing - and regular
practice.: Price, ONE DOLLAR per bottle.
- OBSERVE TIM I!—Every bottle - of the genuine
PEPSIN bean tthkwritten signature of J. S. ROUt:B.
TON',II: D., Polo -Proprietor Philadelphia, Pa. Catty,
right and Trade Mark tenured.. " .
by all Dm:gists and Dealers In Medicines.
I IC - For sale by A BEI. TURRELL;Druggist i llontrose,
I Pa., Agent for Stre,inithalinn county : • :
NEW STOCK.It CHEAPER THAN
vr': N. Vrilgono
Late of the Firm of Wilson & Miller,
ESIREE. to return hls stately:l thanks t 6 the ctn.
,usquehtnia county for their liberci pat
ronage during the past year, and respectfully solicits&
contitnianee of their favors Having reopened the ,
store In Totapitins'Tilock , (which has been enlarged and i
lIIIPTored,) with a lull stock of Spring - and Summer
Goods, he invites .those who wish td purchase Goods
very low, for cash; to call and examine his assortment'''
The subjoined list of Goode and prices he believes trill
compare favorably wittithat of any other merchant in
this vicinity. 1; ,
Ladies' Dress goods.
A large ass:ortineer of .black and colored Silks, of ea
riona grades and patterns, from 41. Bd. to 148. per yd. •:
.illouselino De Laines: .
2000 yards of Spring De Woes; of almoal every mit" .
ty aad stylelhat the New York market afford"; from
1 e. o 3s..per yard.. . .
Prints and Ginghams. • .
_ . .
10;000 yards of Ilerireack, - Pall Elver, Manchester,
Coetaco, English' arid other styles of Prints. at 6c, oe,
10c 4 and Is per.yarO. One case of superior cloths and
colors, yard wide, at the low price of Is. 1000 yards of
Lancaster and Olasgow Ctingharns; warranted fast folorii,
at 11 per. yard, Alp, Scotch and French do front Is:
MdurninE• • Mae
Dombazinea, Alriaceas;3lohalr Luitrei;Dariges, Can
ton Cloths. all wool; Do Laines, Silk Tissues,rnad all oth
er goods nisi/ in menrning. -
'lVhite Goods . %
Plain-, plaid and striped Jaccnct - blualin,Cosabrie, do.,
plain and dotted Solis, Mull, Nainsook and _Tarlton, ,
LinereCambrie, lairs Eye Linetv Linen Table Cloths,
Napkins, Scotch and Russia Diapers,Linen Sheetings &
' Skirtings, &cr. &e..at surh prices as canuof fail to give
entire satiefaction'to customers.
A. law,_ lot of Btoctie, Canton Crape and Cashinere
Shials .twenty percent. - .cheaper than .they were.sold
last year. -
Linen lianakerchiefebt every gradv,tro6 es to $4
Savored dozen - colored rotten, worsted and- Men, and
all wool Embossed Covers, from 4s. to Stanlace. -
Goocfs if or Men find, Boys.
Broad Cl.tbs ..nf ovary color • Modquallty, from Ids. to
85 . ; black and faney eassimeres, from .6 to 30a: j Ken,
tacky' Jeans, 'Tweeds and Satinets, from 23.64.tw4i;
Vestings of every description, quality and price.
. • , Domestic Goods.
COCO yard• of brown sheeting's and sbirtlnga,fronir 3 to
Dc. per yd.; 0000 bleached do. from 4c. to Is. per yard ;
Tickings nod Mariners' shirtings.frora 6d. to Is. per yd.
Hosiery and Gloves. ,
An excellent 'aisortment and very cheap. Among. them
a lane lot of wldte'cot.ton flore t very fair quality only
' Trunks, 'Valises . and Carpet Bats.
AwHI ormrted steek.purchased direct frain the lam
remintactory in this country; and for said et each
prie'tis as will admit:et no competition.. • . '
Straw and, Iffillinfry . G oods: , •
The_ anbsenher .
derliouP of direetlng the attentioner
the public particularly to this,branth of business. orbs,
PoBXtFllell peat faellities. forpttirg these-000 cheap.
He designs keeping , constantly on hand (drurine. the sea
son) a lame stock or Straw Bonnets, Which he will offer
25 per milt. cheaper than they eon ba bad-at.retail In
.Nbst -York city.. nther,'Wholesale or retall.enstornere
wilt rind it greatly, , toilnAr atrantage. to exatedue, hie
stock bdfore making purchases elsewhere.' .
Ribbon and Dress Triinmines, a good assortment at
low prices. ' W. N. WILSON..
- Corner of Court and Water Ft:vete:meetly'. '
.• • oplionita the American Ho4l.
BiNairmatost, Spyll 2E4;853. '
Established fifteen years ago, y DR, KINKE-
L IN, North -IVest Corner iof • Third. and
(Alan - Streets,`beticeers; Spruce - J:6ld Ping: Ste.
FIFTEEN YEARS of-extensive and uninterrolted
practice spent to this city, have 'rendered Dr.,B. the
most expert and successful practitioner fay and' fleas, - in
the treatment of all db-eases of a pirate nature. Per
it OUP afflicted with ulcers on the hody, throat orlegs,
pains In the bead_oibones. mercurial rheumatism strict
ures. gravel, diseases arising .Ikran youthful excesses of
irtipuritios of the blood whereby the constitution Mahe
comb enfeebled are all treated with iucciai. - •
no who places Ihnself under the cam of fir. K. may,
religiously conllde.in hishonor as a gentleman; and con ,
fidritly rely upon blit skill as a Iphyaician:
TAKE PATITICITLA It NOV 011.fr•NCI:11:4 men who hare
injured thendeives by a .certalit. Practice indulged th—a
habit fregiaently* learned . : from, evil' companions or . at
school—the effects of which .are nightly' felt. even when
asleep, and dafroy both mind-and body, should apply
Immediately, • Weakness Aunt" constitutletial debility,
lose of muacnlar.energy, phyalcid .. - lassitude and general
prostration, Irritability and all-mervons -al/sallow, in tll..
1 gestionolugglihness of the llrer,-arid wady disease An
any Wed cam:meted with the prOcreaUr funutiotillyptred
and full vigor -restored. . . 4
* Rea r" .. . Youth and Manhood. - -
A Vigoro u s. Life or Premntaie Death.
- - lin an selflreserratiort.. Only 25 els. •
This Book just trahitthsa it filled with useful Inform' a
Sou, on the infirmities and diseases or tho gene, atieeer•
pans; It addressee itself an*. to Yorthi 4tlonhowi and
Old Age, and should be read by all. .The "'Mashie atl
ir Ste and Impressive warainnit tdirtterent Years of
misery and- al/Stria& and. , oars annually thousands of ,
tires,parents, by reading It, will learn bow tol.ptarent I
the destruction of-theirchildren. —
*," A remlttanctibt 26 cents, enclosed tan letter, ad
drained to Dr. RINKELIbt, N - ,Weeerner of Third , and
Union Sweets. between - Spruce and Pine, Philadelphia,
- will ensure stook, under enteloph,per return emit:
Persons at a distance may .address Dr. K. by kilo; on-.
chedun o fee. lust! bemired at. hem%f.. • • . •
Packageseif ..ifedichtes Direrttons, ¢e4foiliardei;,by
ieudiasa remittance, andput up ieourelronaDentszo or
Curiosity. - • . -
• Book-milers; News iletits, pedlars., cud
all 'Others 'supplied with 'tho above -work at Very-low
• :NEW, GOODS
At the: Ilpson'ttneleatthAligeta
HEoubscriber; with pinny, thaulut to:hitt. nu--
Aneronalyy increasing pistrons. woulditienict.
fully, inform hiofriendo;lhoi 4.44 Uow - receiving
..selectimi 'of Leo& direct, front NewNorlt,
"whichhO intenthe:to cell Opcti'lbe go od bid lash
lOuid'pnticiple of,"/Me - W tuned,'
in exe h enge foekcal:plot!) hinds ofnrorltico, 'Cub
hot ixo_optod. jos, L, metiqyAN,
1 1Peobvillo;'April -180
3 , --.,....
‘---- - GREAT 'BARGAIN -
I : CANFIELD lir 4elliug Oft If% 1440 iltvolc
-la Ar;ot 3 Eigs;i9r;isV# , Teng), 4 0 .; al art: 1 r
ntnuceb prico, tii
a C1 8 4 17 ,1 94 i1iD.
Sioglicialtou,'April 23,1852. , .
Ayers Chen3rlPictoral k .
t',,,g- ' POD, !NIL' CIME OF
- 7 . - ' r'• ' COUGHS 'AND COLDS;
fit' BRONCHITIS; ABM
r' e' ''MA AND WHOOPING;
.Alio k COUGH, CROUP AND
• : ..str r ,.._ CQNSUDIPTION. s!
- -tn offering to the community this-Potty celebrated
remedy for diseases of the throat. and lungs. it is not
your wish to trine with the lives dr health of tho Millet
ed, but frankly to lay before them Me epinion of, pia.
tingtf Med men and seine of the erldenees of its Sun.
eels, front oblelkthey can Judge for themselves, ,W 0
sincerely pledge ourielves to make no 3014 assertion
or false statements of its efficacy, por will ws hold out
any hope to.suffering humanity irtilchfacts will net
Many proqfs are here &ou t and we solicit an liini.
ty from the public into sit we publish, feeling assured
that , they will find them perfectly 'reliable, and the
medicine worthy their best confide:4o and patrisiege.
Froni.the distinguished Proftisser of Chew
retry and•Materta Medici. Bowdom
- , College.
Dear ii,iri - 1 delayed answering tftereceipt at your
preparation until I had an oPportisnity of witnessing
its effects In to own family, or in the faniMes of my
This I hare now done with a high degree of eatigat•
(ton, in ewes of both adults and children.
I have found it, as its ingredient* elms* a Palreetti
remedy for colds, and pUlmonary diereses.
PARICEtt CLEVELAND, M.D.
From an . Overseer .in-the .E4unilton
- in this city.
Unwell, A accost 10,18 49. .1
Dr. J. C. Aye r : I havebeett Cured_ of the Worst cough
I ever had lit my life, by your Cherry Pictoret and tier,
er fall, wheal have opportunit,y; - of recoauneudintr It to.!
others. Yours respectfully , , S. - D. - WESSON.
o B eal l the .folloefnv, and see it this ,medicine
worth a t al.! This 'patient bad becothe very feeble
and the' effect of the niediciuq was unraSetakably die!
-- ' ' tinned Statcal4ofel,
j §ailitegi Springs,l
Dr. J. C. Ayer—Sir : I hare been afflicted with a pain-
ful affection of the lungs, and nil the syMptome of set.
tied imsimptlon,fOrmore ;ban a year. I, could find
• no medicine Vint would reach my case, until I com
I irmdual relief, and L have been steadily gaining my
etrefigth tilt my health Is well itigh restored.
lOhlte using. your medicine, . had the gratilleAtion• of
curing with it my - reverend rlend, ?dr. Truman, of
Sumpter District, who led been' ertsnendrer from his
parochial duties bla severe attach of bronchitis.
I hare pleasure irieeitifylogthese facts to you,.
And am. Ar,yonre-repectfolly
J. F. cuLtiopx. of Sonth'Carolina.
IC7.Prepared and-sold hy JAWIIS C. A rna;Practleal
Chemist. Lawel, Masa:: I - :
G:r.Sold by A. Turrall, Montrose ; Lucien Scott, Gt.
Bend, and by Drumiistsoveryirhere. ' -611.
MEMO : UM '
OIL Tllllool'll DOMESTIC MEDICINES.
COMPOUND BYBUP OF nt.oonsoar, FOB 2118
Consumption, Asthma, Bronehithi, Influenza, Coughs,
Whooping cough and Croup,'
Dr. Throops Infant Prosercativo and Mo
Cl.llll Flattieneo. Colic, Gripes. Diarhea, Dysentery and
Chiolern of infants, or any of the common ills or infant
Dr. Throbp's Worm Poison '-
ztpelfc Mead filthy itiruders the human syst tun rtitb
out terception of kinds or num era.
Cure Inillgestioe, diterdee Costlemees, nes,
Ileadaelie Ilearthern, Fever', InEatumation; Dievhea,
Dytenteri, Ater resteres a healthy aethel of alt the
glands at the body. • . . . t
• Dr. Tbroop's Eye Water .
Ts unsurpassed in enrativiVirtaink for ail' inftMpineto
ry affection of the eye. and I
' Dr. Throor .8 Salon '
•ansarpssiso for a dressing for BninSaint Seiddd, ffl;
cers, &alt litienm, or May abm.sion of the skin. ,
A a iect rot Pin EVlCS.—Bentley $ Dead, Montroie,
N.firanger & Co., En h; If. X. Sonthwell,nekb C.C. ;
Wright, 3Padietcnrn; Ll:oll4deit, Friendsolile;: P. lli
Barber, Diumalt ; Scott & roilt, Springville; Dr. Lam
twit, Animen ; James Tompkins, Tompkinssille; Hay
den t Little, Kew Milford .;..Or. Brooke: 6nut Pend;
Joseph L Merriman. Upsoniille; Dr. J.-Iterney, Little
Meadows; Jasper Stanley, Cheronut E. Ti ff any, Drams.
lyn Centre; IL A. Williams, Clifford; Dr. J.C. Olmstead,
Dundaff ; Johnson &Very, TlS.rford.
J.S.BLASDEL;GeneralAgent, Forest Litre. lyl
. - . 8500 MA L . LE-NGE.
w ' rivrEvEll concerns the health and happiness of
. a people is at allrimet a the most -trainable im
portance. - I take it for - granted that every pergola will
do all to their power to save the lives of their children
and that every. person -will endeavor .to promote their
own health at oil sacriflees, feel it to homy duty to
'solemnly 'assure you - that 'Worms
opinion of the ttlirst eciobrated - Physllans. Ain the Pri
mary canto of a large Majority of disease to- which chil
dren and adults are liable, if you hay° an appetite deo
fluently changeable from ona Mud of-food to • ant:Aber,
bad breath, pain in the. stomach,, pielang at the nose,
hardness and fu'nessof the belly, dry tough, low fever,
pulsiiiregular, rememberthat all these denote 'Worms
and you ehotild atones apply the remedy . • .
llcittaNsAcK's Wonm SYRUP;
An article found upon eclentlllc principles ; compounded
with purely !vegetable substence, being perfectly' eel t
when taken, and determined In all its migets, - anti nut
leaving the syWni in is disessoi condition as most wpm,.
- Used nostrums for the removal of worms, composed of
calomel, such as Loacoges. Yermlfuges but; his
performed the most ristonighlcg Mites ardsaird the tires
of M0483..0 5 11 both old and-young, who have been'
pounced hopeless. incuiuble,!by:physicions. head the
following and became - convicted of its efficacy over all
• . .
• - Morris Mier, X. J., Ang. 13,1951,
J N. Hobensack—Tll4 is to certify that my child,
15 • ears of age, having been stet fur three years, was at
tended for e. disease of the spine" by Pro. Loper, IN Mille,
and ['Aisler for n long time. Whhortt reeeleing any hone
fit After giving her up as incurable, I 'went' to. Phila
delphia and ern:waited one of thu best physicians, her
disease still greoring worse. le was at this time; I Gras in
tinned to try ocibensack's 11 nrat Syr op, and after tak
ing two bottles rho entirely regained her health, after
passinga gtvat quantity. O . f worn!. "hoping tills will be
a benefit to parents whose children are similarly taco! ed,
I tun yours 4 tr.c. •
HOBENSACK'S LIVER PILLS
- No part of the system itt mote Habit to dliease than the
it earring as a filter to lit:wily the, blood, or giving
the proper separation and secretion to the bile. Cu, that
ar4rwro actit , n Of Ilia liver alleetatbe other impotant
parts the system, and restate variously in Liver Com
plairitti,Jundice, `D.YePepsla,lpevere, , &a. We should,
thereforeivitelt every armpit= that might Indio:Go' a
arrrug actiou of the liver. so rats .being composed]
roota and plaitte;turnieheti,by nature to h e at the sick,
namely: let, an Fixpectorent[Whlcb augments the emote.
tion from the pulmonary =nein membrane, or promotes
the Allsclaarge ot.secreted matter. 2d, an shrill thre,
'which changes in sotnelnexplloabla and Insensible man
ner; tit! certain Morbid action* urthe.eytem. sd, u a
Tonle, which- gives tone auristretutis to the nervous
system, renewing health and ;vigor to all pasta of the
body. tith, a Cathartic, which ; -ads in perfect harmcny
IllthAbe - other ligrealents byj operating on the bowels
and expelling the whole mars of corruption and, vitiated
matter and ottrirytnir the bli ed, !Web - destroys disease
addietardo'bealth. • - • ' r• - • - •h
Pro. tired eee ilebensacles laboratory, Philadtlphla,
cornereth ad 4 George et— lee 25 erns. For by
the principal Druggists anti s rites -generally thro bout
the country . •By agent Atli&
,rY Ward, Philadelphia'.
AGENTBAbeI turrellank *alley lE,itriril:, Mont
role; ilaydea & Little and Wm; 0. Ward Note Milford;
'Eattrd'&'.. Peck and Sax's Serbotir; , ;
11. - 1 1 nrroyre
do co., Gibson; C Wells - 1p Chi ttenden aniChureh &
Phinney,ttundaft ; 0 A.',Eltitidge,, Brooklyn Grow ,&,.
liros.;Glenwo o d - . Lucien Geett and lir. James Brooks,
Great Berid ;J. W :Lyman': Thnitliannoek; 'flirter &
Itgassell,,Steranyllle; B. , T e turderarkt Disbdrioi: • .
To.Mairymeit od-ranters. . -
.• - Valliabla -Pro rty far sale._
. A 4dit.id ot..2oo:aerra'situdt , 3 to ßridgewater teinallp,
4 ' - Stviciehatniii county and State Or penusylvida,,lso
acres of which aro under impl.vetnent.r, . . . - ---,.'-.- 1
"thefartn*wall designed f i n dairy; And li capaide of i
feeding, 40 cows during , ant er and winter. and' overt
part of it Is well watered, - e beilltilima end lima are in.
good:Condition, -itutt tbe fen , whiettlato of . roue- and
tolisf are also good. There . re two lute touts . upon .tbe
premises, besides a granery and convenient sheds for eat
tie.' . Throe 'orchards, principally . of graft:ll • *nits- and
S id farm 'ldis itery . plement.rniddealrable trintion
abbot two tallest= Montrose,thli count nea t of Pus.
quebanno county, and .obo' t nine miles front Um . Leg.
gett's Map,itallroad, to whic 'titers Ise-Plank Road, end
tsvcry convenient to cretin tiadactools, and: ruerban •
/ilsce'Bl3otba iabiable Zinn 4 1 4loiednifthe above, orkl•
taming 200 acres, °flail& 140acrea are under- is bier
'state of, cultivation: ..17sioti it tbera' lei large dwelling
haute; and out buildingi to•oorrorpond. and a .141 TO or. I
clijio._. , lt. la well !vistercnr firiCititcatl f ind admirably ,
adapted to dairy purposes.', h. . ... i .:,..
_.- . .-- : :. • . '
Sold Properly wilt be wild; 'On reasonable, tenni; ti: par;
tion .orthy,zyyriey.rayy r . non Doak_ iii mortgage to i
suit the purchoser.' - ..• . -.'- t .'''. .-- • --- '' ' :-_, - L., ''' 7
APPlieStiallmAt b e '
.me ( i iversiiayili 'or .by lettii to
lion. .ryjniaut Ammo or ft. ; Nivea 'at Montrose, to
County,ynd -- Any fyrtb,r - ,priklyrdars that iAnyy by mita.
ltd wilt be g i v en. .-; -: - -- :.'',.li. •
.. ..-'.,:,. :, i- , . 2/48tt
' NAPittliNt titscs i - ,_.‘
BrAtrrnitt. , anaitm+ c it . of -011viir
satokyptlrellOo, pa r , ob.
•• - • • • - '•• J. PAVANS,.
. • •-- , 0 d 11101,10nshigitto
' A 1;411G8 LOT.ot poortgami l 40,. Just
bitiedlizta filfsalalwakrantpd as purl sus cotn—air
jtsarrodgrq►ltliJ? • a. .1 '4lratiti..
At 111:0i lok'otWatett Fiat ituttoit ItisliphSte‘l
Kvlthw,Ototeliet,N Ite. Jut% arrived
JEtIY FX.ANSt i ilingbigutop,
Wm:. :P Wyatt,
J.VA .metly eetapted by ,f..ll._Dmulek,•4_,„
eadVdlde, cilotLl4o ;rim. clk pricy '.1141
1.11• s prout,
• 'loge Springs, Moutrose, pi. C 4
Wltv W SinithAei....
siivet o Montroie,Ps. ,
, • ark;
- • -
- porAvlNGreturnea to Mot trove to m um ,
-ILL ties or las prgeotioe,insy be f oga d e r s : l ;
note, miters- be Ida be isppy to 'Et open 14 I
Wendt its 'ell its nese; - .
D llYSTerdif.AND.Bl:lllo ZON,Mont4se,p l4 , 2l4 ,
-it. tend to• butane," that Play he tpu ngtd tom,
Ing,foot of Public A
d ome, with petimptness end EAtUty. Dfitee W
reefeeneo: Ott -TtlttiPike-ttrtr.
venptti• Ro ld.4 4 et /deb sei ig/
-. • •
capictioom 41Shoes, etc •s
H tote !iro d0r:3114,
Hatch'otel r •Nba ttose. ••
' . .
.. •- •• ,-.-. X, 0: Tylir, i'. - *,
.1J warei Tinware, Blab, Oil/4'MM, Paha,. li s.
alio pays' cash for all th bind' of 81appliiit h gimlet
hitiow the Condi:Nue: .
S Marie ' S
. AND HAIR DRErEING SALOOi. hot?
Bulldpv, friar, door to.the portrate,Jtortrirc,h
TTOWSLIt A L, TraiktannAp s , p fesh
Stark's Brick i
nom AW . •
D. D. - Hilide.l
IV 11''Y AND 'FICCHAtiOPoorABIiI. Offestut,,
JAI „131 . 1/ .. )tir Eta s gotel. Alontrose,p,.
&ft B Chime,
A67TORN,EYB AT LAW, Manta*. oge t , m o;:
ler'l9stbro, E. Leta:* 8.8.
Congdon & Steling,
nE kLEIIB TostrEnra
TABLES Bc. , Maven the Cant! trldre Whirs
honpv.Court at,iingtuunton, hi r T. tou Lim*
Traveling Agent !
Xi Suran* lips,' •
B 00? AND SHOE MAKER ANDREPAIRBE. .k;"
over Baldwin ¢ Cox'aSiddlery gimp, Haraw.
,-.. Di. C. C. Edwaids;
DnrsiciAs AND EURGEON, Iferrord, h. Oiled
1 doom below J. Pride's etore. eg
PITIbiCIAN AND BUIIGEOS; sad 4,, k , ba
Medici:ma, Painta, &at d0n:n.11314
and Pine streets, op poo Ito Col:ll,...Lnalea,Grrolkit,
. • • 14.•
0 I,,,ncmir Brdidtbg, corner of Tutartio and Charm
ateeetw.:-.opmatioaa neon the teeth per Mier
mortally abd tentlesly. Plate work don with ae ler
material add In the mast Improved brim Chaplet
- Dr. K. Smith,
S BLGEOS DENTIST, can be Nand ulna Qin
aIIIrrttE3DATI or each sett, at tin Hotel
Searle, Montrose, Pa: Ile wonldeati tea pankn e
attention of those who mead full Jett§ of let t, t o i f
manner Of Inserting. on the at mosidiritworrispix o
pie, which he has practiced for g tonaberel yeux u
other Work, extracting, filling; tie due 4th
most i dentilio manner.
Ureatioile , , 'duly 1552. ' : s'
Farms for Sec - - I
TnE subscrbers set se spats for napless
sale of Acarretatet—Perms, Houses gad teti
loeirtedii•Susquehanna, eons tyrs; Allwhoreso
offer their frro"pertyfor sato can gitra stloste desthii
li4dof their. Farms or - Lots agendas: Stubs/
acres, how'. sitenyiraprored r and how watered; lilt
tnedristd; grafted or common frail; ode? WI
trees, and shade trees, hew far (ten Itoinetkol
thaitearesiphlriSto adepot on the New valit,
Italliasr; trice a6l tenet of paymest.llllols3l
to Sell or purchase r.c.+4 Estite will et tehe proxy* '
tentlon" b y calllng otadiliesehig lust
sustinehannit connty, Pa.' .;
11:1 - 0onveyunc frith 316111:Mee to the puha tro
: of charge !•. • • - • ,
Office on l'nropiltel stmt . , tdders Test ertielsl
coiner. • .-- - -
The fo flowing Patrol andriote Ye tow oStrid funk
No:3 "-Macros, 30 • hopro red. use Rotund Id
„No 2,80 ;do. 50 . cur • ht-, 14 it
NO•Zioi" . "*". $0 do
N 0.4,100 do to. - do. TOhrsa - ' .
-No. 5;70 do 'do sold - do , de
No. 6.98 •do ~.35 - do 40' • 110
No. 7, Store, Warehouse and Lot. -
N 0.9.145 more 575 improvcd,frantebloihttl
N0..01124 -do 35 do 'told '
No.lo 2 .do - di.. •
: No". 11 • sold •
• N0..121011 acres 70 improrad, frame lassessi hs
-No. 13 3-10 • doral, 0 , rdo do • :do
No. 14 ad • do' 50 - do 'sold - •
No. 15 168 -do 60 do do 'do
- No. 10.120 ~.do 5o sold"
No. 171100 11075 •do .dq .df
;No:18 112 do SO j do, do. 6
No. 19 200 do 150" ' do - .40 11 "
• "No. 20145 do ICO a do . do - "411
•••No. 21 ISO , 403110 • .1 do dp do,
I No, 2,10e3; do 45 " do do sold do
• No: W, 45- •do 30 • do • do dr
No 24 202 -do 223 . do . do 0
• i No. 25 123 -. do 100 - do • do sold So'
No 28 108 do 140 do do df
No - 27 do . sold • - •
' N 0.2 8, 1I sores, good sale mill sad deentt.
" NO. 29134 arres,9o improv id, haat herwilaild
• No. 30 175 do 100 do • do .
, No.ol 315 do 95 ". :do '
No; 32 160 do 135 'do do 4 4
No. 33160' do CO - do do .
No. 34 150 do 100 do do de
o. 35 160 do -80 do ' do le, .
N 0.36300 do "170 do do';- "
• ' 3T 190 "do 100 - 'dot" : 6
No. SS a7O'do 100 do do.. 6
No. 29.11751 do •90 • do do,: 113
'No. 40 ,30 do 45 ' •do -do • • -
No'. 47112 do . _l6O - do -do isold -
N 0.42 92 do 50 . do' do .
No. 43.4-.. • "
N0:44 138 '.d0..05 " •
310. - 45850 I'oo -' "do do
No 40120 aqua, SO #apro7ed, frame bout 0011
and grief. ' ' • -
.", No. 4720. do 173 do •do
". NO. 48 103 , - do 80 'do do .• Ye
No: 44 80 • do 60•"'• do :
No. 50 89 -ZS, •do -40 i,
Nil.: al 98 do 60- . do do:
N 0.53 128 do 65 - - do . dal ' ra
,N0'..53 200, 'do 150 --do * do: •?,
N 0.64140 do 100 , do,: do. •
No; - 55' 60 do '4o' " do dot .
'No. 28 165 •Ms '125 • do do r .
steadN. It. Pet dons desiring
to ot p , .... ta i t 0 ,77
sad gtdag / he number rap
y - _ z 0 bageOCE.
liontrlise, Pa., Ciii.,1.0.-714U
Going - at-it Iltlle _above 04
Tor. imbscriber has a small stock yet elk'
Boys' cause and tine /loots sod Shed, aM
assortment of Ladles, Misses, and alarm's 80_2
noes, relttch be Is now sellingat p a res tat.
bore dog. Themartopportunfty tori.
this Übe , 121.044.
TOrnary 1832. - -
SlO - ›fs
TONS erSeres Othul noes, of OA b:fia° 4 ll
- eaeuoixitan Shape, at a l ,otallsitnactsall
11.)., 1,14, to 2 ,If ctsporlb.ootordlsg °l4
1. • ALsa,
1 tons of Jotoa Jel which sue
than the Bares. and era very sapped.*
nk& ausl witri precr,inice tol curt — h..
Gibbon' July e,iss2,o6Ftto .
81721.911E0 EVErit TIitTE2DAT
.CliaseL. - -
EDITORS Arito raorfuslo
. .:.,..ob o l
Onotlollor and, tlftiotooPer **•°-. to igt
or two dollars lt ptpold notil tto end d
tlOoo of wobteription— tO l Pato T t k l / 4 ",...tt10.;
until ollamorogelt aro load, ozooPi _lt .‘,- zo pi
rttilstor.•4llvompoutt4lloo Pull:14 0
twit. ottoittloo, -Alll4otok coonooto...
should Do o*i ed to 1,1:1100 )1. 11. CstA
Botrotionno thittity, ra: • ~ • _ - - •
Ono 01 - st li or(l r 2. ll
- =kir:M=l,llo,oN ~ • :
Ono won twroo pitas, - , , • . i
Ono square ott•ttootbs,":. • ''' . - , ..,
Thilloots ei -'
riti toor natter It* '' hits ,
te" 114-1.4400R0tt, uor.overt,oo4o, ~ ,
Ono colUoia bokpor, '.* n it . . ):ttit'il 11 .
Yootly ottratbatotott rn bot l., . .
iessio itOch the; ote".o4lPd• • ,'-' . i.- •
::::•-. ' ---- --: '... , 'lion 0111C.' .0 t o
'• trr4hOrObiltberab.l4 og o lastiata4l . .
Prlntloo olototio% at' P" - • . ) 1 )4
think.h' nattiest VA delltriaatii 0
'' croon, atti 41101 . ,
Iltilttott to opot,, -