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Agreeable to a resolntion of the Sisq'ti
County Agricultural Society, the Executive
Committee propose to hold the Annual Plow•
ing Match in soma one of the townships
where sufficient encouragement may be given.
The Committee would therefore invite pro
'pose's addressed to Alfred Baldwin, Montrose.
Montrose, June 6th, 18.57.-
WE have a few hundred more of those 50
cent Ambrotypo -Cases left. Call and
see them, and you will be sure to have your
picture put in one of them.
With permission from the generous citizens
of Montrose, we shall stay with them a few
weeks more in crder to give all a 9banee to
avail themselves of the benefit of ortekeelient
' Call at tho Car on the GREEN.
P. D. WOOD.
'Montrose, June 4111, 18457
-'At the Franklin House; in Montrose July
2d, by the Rev. B. B. Emory, Mr . ..JAssis M.
Ift-sr:ELL and Miss licr.nsn G. Down:;;Er,
'both of Rush, Susq'a. C0..._
1n Friendsrille, on the 4:1 instant by M. W.
tiiss, Esq., Mr. Jesms Rosszu. of Rush, ra;
and Miss Mem Durrots of Vestal, N. Y.
in New Milford, July 4th, by the Res. Geo.
B. Reese, M. Et.l CONKLIN and Miss .Eustcc
At the Parsonage, in Abington, July 2d,
by Rev. .S. S. Barter, Mr. JOIIN I. MAVIS of
Nicholson, and 1163 .X . EI..INE J. PlcKsicnco
of Gibson, Pa.
h'' Lathrop, Saturday Evening, July. 4th,
byre R ev. N. 3 boolittlo' of . Brooklyn, Mr.
Fn '! el/i E. Loomls of West Harford and Miss
FANNIE MAr LORD of the former place:
In South Bridgewater on the 3d inst, by
the Eel% J. F. Deans Mr. Stephen Dutcher
and Mics Emeret E. Holbrook, all of Bridge . -
on the 20th of May, Mr. dons Trtrat of
lia•f)rd Pa., aged 80 years, the oldest of four
I , rothers.alid bearing the name of his rather
anti Grand father. .
On tli 7tb inst. Col. Jon TrLEtt, - of rf.ar
ford Pa., %Teti 97 yeah, a 'brother' of the de
ceaed above named.
" They acre horn in Mtleholcittgla . l Alass-=
rdience tiles. removed with their parents and
other menitiers-of the family to. Harfonl. Pet.
(Nine Pardners) in 1744 at the age of 17
They were industrious, energetic; and suc
ces-ful, active and forward, with others in the
Town.:llip and- vicinity in converting a dense
forts! into a pleasant. fruitful field.
In ISOG the. elder brother, and in 1109
the younger nui!ecl with th - d Congregational
Church in Ilaiford. They retained their
strength, active and useful habits,very nearly
to the close of life. At their tleatii - the.v
were the oldest suniyors of din early set-
In Je:tsny, .Tine 4th, nt the residence of 0.
c. P.eebe EZEKIEL DuWNE:t., In the Sith
vc.ar ef his age.
In Herrick, June 234, TitAn V., wife of
Ilobert Westgate, daughter :of J. T. and Eli
za Ellis, ov , d 23 - vears and four months.
Though.of feel , le and slender .constitution,
slie•p•osse.‘sed a Vigorous and active mind.—
She experi,:nced Religion in the spring of '5l,
j".ined the Church, and . exemplified in her
po r t men t the eharacteristic.s of the humble
Christain until death. Though dear to us
in.life, we trust our loss is her Eternal - gain.
Tn LennzJulv 601 . ; by the fang of a tre.-,
TIIONIAS J. son of &mallet an. Mary Benja 7
lin, azed 18 years. 4,
On - the morning of thisnceident this young
mail and his younger brother went to the
woods to chop. They had but just begat , their mock when a lodged tree fell without
their , nctice,iind instnhtly killed one of them.
The tree fell directly upon Lis body breaking
o ne of his logs stmishitig his chest and the
Lack part of his head.
.ileceas.ed was a fine lad whose
was in the mouth of all who knew him. Ms
funeral was attended by a large concourse of
sympathizing friends. A. 0. W.,
A FRESH SUPPLY OF DEES AND BLANK
NOTES for sale nt this office.
ARFOR D UNIVERSITY.
T HE Fall Term of this InAtitution will cum.
mence (In the 19:h of August, and continue
The Winter Teeth will commence on the first
Wednesday in December and continue thirteen
weeks, and close upon the aeeond day \of March.
The tiprizz Term will cotaTel'ince at the close
or the Winter Term and continue twathirda of
Term, or eight and a half weeks, and close
the first week in May.
Ret. E. At.tna. in Arithmetic.
Rer. 1.. R:cnanDSos, Enetiyh Branehes and
3liss N. I.tIC.IIA,RDSOY, Drawing and Painting.
Tuition Common Branches per Term - $4,5n
-Ancient Languages and Mathe
Natural Physiology and Philoso
phy - . . - 6,00
Drawing and Painting, each - 2,00
31usic on the Piano ~ r - ... 5,00
'• '..`n the Guitar ..' - - .`. . 4,00
neat -Music adapted to Common
Room Rent 2,00
Expense!, of Recitation Rooms ,50
Ileard per week, notincluding Rootia and
Lodging - . 2,00
The usual arrangements made for those who
wiih to board , theraselves. •
Ilayment, one .half in advance and the other,
half at the middle of the Term.
Ilarford. Jul Bth, 1857:
ry husband. James Brown, published me,
- Martha M. Brown in the papers June :12d,
as having left his bed and board without just cause
or provocation. Ilisstatimentis untrue in every
particular. I left his house the 4th day of last
Febru4ry, because lie ill-treated and abased me.
MARTHA M. BROWN:
Franklin. Tidy lath, 1857. 28w3.*
T EF.T the premises of IVindsor Aldrich in
kJ Bridgewater on Saturday last, Once Yearling
Steers, one a- light red; the other two dark red,
pn , :.of them has a.little white on the undeiparts.
At'llo,fve r will give information where they-May
be found will be paid for the trouble.
Nast Bridgewater. July 141.1 t, 1857. 28w.3.
13 1ackberry Wine.
TT nutritious to the blood, promotes digez.
"Akin, exhilarates the spirits, strengthens and
invigorates the whole system Price, 71$ cts. per
bottle.. For sale by ABEL TUBRELL
Gash for. Wool. .
BURRIT will pay the highest priae.f . oi,
• Went; in CASH. or GOODS, ut his More ID
4th, 1857. • -
PA(3IOER'B VEGETABLE COX.
pouted Dvoeaterp. A-sore core. For
le as, usuaI TURRELL .
'Tioga Point Agricultural Works.
j.. 'Ottlt.s goofs,
ry s Unrivalled Horse Powers.
rpTIRESIIERS and Separators '
JL and C:oaners, Circular and Cross Cut
Saws, /dill Saws,Shingle Machines, &c., Emery's
Ifickelt's and Erans.ees Cider Mills and.Prestes,
Corn Shelters, Clow's Grain Cradles, I faY, Straw
and Stalk Cutters, Horse Powers, Dog Powers,
Grain.Dril Is and Broad Cast Sowers, Cultivators,.
Horse Hoes, Corn and Cob Mills, Dederick's
Hay Pleases, Stump Machines,
Ketchum's Mowers and Reapers, Excelsior Fan
. ' fling Mills,
Provision Safes, Refrigerators -Leather- and
Rubber Belting.. Our Excelsior Fanning Mills
are unrivalled. Extras Furnished for repairing
all, machines sold by ns. EV — Descriptive Cat.
alOgues, Price Lisa and Circular's of all ma
chines sold by us, sent gratis and post fluid to
all .applicants. Send as your name and address.
,Agent,ll. L. BLOWERS, (of Franklin,) Mont.
rose P. 0., Susquehanna County, Pa.
It. M. WELLS & BROOKS.
Athens, Pa., July Ist, 1357.
P. S. For sale cheap for cash, payable before
September next. Two of KETCHUM'S LICHT
.11.1asE 31()WERS, with ' four toot cutter
bars, well adapted for rough land, and are well
- calculated to please the farmer.
23m1.] R. M. W. & B. -
BALcit, Orin Whittemore and Mary
Whittemore - his wife, Amos Day 'and Betsey
Day his .wife, Ja - sper Stanley, Mathew Stanley,
//brace Stanley and Lucy /./cald, and Edward
Stmlley, NI athe w Stanley,jatnes ?Stanley., /fornee
Stanley the younger, Benjalnin C. Stanley. Ellen
Stanley ? and Areha Stanley, deceastd, and Jason
' - Stanley, Leonard Stanley and Mathew Stanlei,
children and heirs of Mathew Stanley, deceased.
ha Partition, in the Court of Contmon Pleat of
To the above named defendants:-
- TAKE NoTicE, That the court have p•rnntrii
rule on the defendants, in the above mentioned
case, that they severally he and appear at the
next term of said court. to he held at the court
house in Montrose, in and for said county; on the
third Nlonday in August next, to offer in writinr.',
the highest price which he or she will pay for
the lot of land and. premises mentioned in said
- ease. over and above the valuation thereof return
ed to said court, by the Sheriffs inquest, and
in default thereof; that the - same be awarded to
the plaintiff; or sold, as the court may order trAl
directßy the Court.
• S. S. WELLS,
Montrm..e, July . 2sl, 1857. 2tivt 3.
% 1 7111 - rrnmor.F., and Mary Wbittemort
his wife. Athos Day and Betsey Day his wife.
and Mathew. Stanley the elder: and Edward
Stanley, Aames Stanley, Mathew Stan ley,//orace
Stanley the younger, Benjamin C, Stanley,
Susan P. Stanley, Jefferson Stanley, Major
Stanley, El!en Stanley and Archa Stanley, de
ceased, and Jason Stanley the younger, children
and heirs of Call in Stanley, deecased.
In Partition. in the Court rf Co:emzon Pleas rf
To the above named defendants:
TARE Nonf:E. That the court hare ,ttit nted a
rule on the defendants, in the above mentioned
case, that they, severally, be and appear at the
nest term of said court, to ho held at the court
house in Montrose, in and for:said county, on
the third Monda)%of August • next, to (die,• in
writ;ng, the Itigherice which he or she will
pay tor the lot of lanTa and premises mentioned
in said case, above the valur,tion thereof returned
to said court by, the Sheriff's inquest, and in de
default thereof, that the same be awar s ifed to the
plaintiff, or sold, as the said court may order and
direct. By the Court. ,• .
S. B. WELLS, Prot'? , . J
37fordrose,Ittly Ist, 181. • . , 28w3
Susquehanna County Teacher's
C al e. JOlDak )
wsstuns,Co. Sup't„ • n•s•
J. F. STODDARD, A. M.,
TEACHER'S NOR3fAL SCHOOL, TO
continue ten Weeks, will be opened on the
2nd 41:.y of Sept. in the buildings of the
. ileademp f
at Montrose, Susquehanna Co., under the super
vision of the above named Principals.. •
The buildings will accomodate upward of
Two HUNDRED STUDENTS, there-being, EIGHT fine
,recitation room 3.
Regular courses of Lectures will be delivered
on the Science and 'Art of Teaching, and on
Moral Science by Prof. STOLDARD. .
Occasional lectures will also be delivereiLdu
ring the', session. by Hon. G. A. GROW .of Glen
wood, (expected) Hon. Wm. JEsstyr,. and R. B.
LITTLE and B. S. BENTLE, Eli. of Montrose.
•, Negotiations are now in progress,lvith every
apearance of success, with a view 'of securing
the Rev. HENRY WARD BEECHER to de
liver' he ORATION at the opening, of the School.
Board and lodgin g, $2,25 per week.. Teachers
and Students, Who desire; can board themselves.]
Tuitionin the English Department, including}
Algebra and Physiology, to those from Susque
hanna County $5,00; otliei's $6,00.
Other branches taught if desired.
Competent ASSISTANTS will be employed to I
aid the PniNctrat.s. •It is also expected - That a '
Teacher of Pno.soonaxtrY will be connected
with the School.
Stoddard's Mathemetical Series. Clark's
Grammar. All Teachers oho intend entering the
DC I Va Cad classes -in Grammar, should furnish
themselves with a.Goon DICTIOVARY. The Tea.
Books should be secured by the Teachers Pre
vious tcs the opening. of the School, if possible.
• Those who wish board or rooms will apply to
L F. Fitch, Esq., or Willis B. Deans, the Artist,
Montrose, Pa. .
Prof. Stoddard will be present during - the en
tire Term, awl devote his whole time to -teach—
ing, lecturing, and otherwito advancing the in
terests of The School.
Further particulars given as soon asknown.
Al! inquiries, relative to the .Sehool, cheerful
ly answered by
B: F. TEWKSBURY, Co. Supt
New Milford, Suolfa Co, Pai 2Btf.
July 13th, 1837. .6
Horse Rakes ! 'Horse Rakes !!
J)I CK ERII A N & GARRATT have jubt te
ceived another lot of the celebrated Re.
volvitig Horse Rakes which are admitted by all
that have used.tbem to be superior to any now
in use. For sale cheap.
New 31liford,July 7th, 1857.
• EZTRAYED froth the subscri
ber about the first of June
four yearlingl4.--thr?e heifers and
" = one steer-- - two hetfers are dark
red, one has some white on its back=-the °the
is of a yellow east Whoever will return said
yearlings, or giro information , where they may
be found shall be amply rewarded.
West Hofer& Jul. , 50,11357. -28w3.
Cash Paid __for WooL
THE bighist market pries in Casa 'paid for
Ten Thossolid pounds of Wool by
• HAWLEY & G UILD.
Gibson, Jane 241110857:.
Above we present you with a likeness of Dr.
MORSE—.the inventor of MORSE'S INDIAN
ROOT PILLS. This - philanthropist has spent
the greater part of his liful-in travelling, having
visited Europe, Asia, Africa and South America
—spent 3 years among the Indians of our West
ern countrr,—it was in,this way that the Indian
Root Pills were first discovered. Dr. Morse was
the first man to establish the fact that all disea'-
ses arise from 131y1111/TY OF 'FIIE:BL000-that our
strength, health and life depend upon this fluid.
When the various passages become .clogged,
and do not act in perfect harmony with the ditt.
erent functions of the body,- the blood loses its
scion, becomes thick, corrupted and disea sed;—
thus causing pains sickness and distress °revery
name; our strength is exhausted, we are depric
ed of our health, and if nature is not assisted in
throwing °litho Stagnant humors, the blood will
become stagnant and cease to ad, and thus our
light of life be forever blownblown out. How impor
tant is it then to keep the passages of the body .
free and open. And how plescant to us to be R.
blo to put a medicine in your !welt, viz., Morse's
Indian Root - Pills, made from plants and roots
that grow around the mountain cliffs in Natnre's
garden, for the health and comfort of diseased
man. One of the roots from which these Pills
aro made is a Sudorific, which opens the pores of
the skin; and assists Nature in throwing off the
finer portions of corruption Within. The second
which is a plant is an Expectorant, that tyrant!
and unclogs the passage to the lungs, and thus,
in a soothing manner. performs its dcty by throw
ing off phlegm. and other.hninors from the lungs
by Copious spitting. The third isa Diuretic,--
which giresease and double strength to the kid
neys; encouraged, they draw large antotints
of impurities from the blood, • which is then
thrown nut . boantifully by the urinary 017
water passage, and which could not have been
discharged in any other way. The fourth is 'h
Cathartic, and accompanies the other properties
of the Pills %Chile engaged in purifying the -blood;
the coarser particles of impurity %hid) cannot
pass b i th e other outlets, are tlic's ti,ken upand
conveyed oil' in great quantities by the bowels.
Prom the mane, it is shown that Dr. Morse's
Indian Root Nils rot on:y enter . the stonrieli,
but become united will; the blood, for they find
way to every part. and completely cleanse. the
system from all impurity, ntul the life of the b .dy
vihich is the blorid, becomes peifccily healthy;.—
(imminently all sickness and pain is driv e n froni
th e system; for they cannot remain when the bo
dy becomes so pure and clear. The reason why
peeple are so distressr d• o hen sick. andso many
die, is bemuse they do not get a medicine th..t
will pass to the ntlicted parts, and which will o
pen the natural passao...s fol.the disease to be
cast out. henee, a small quantity °flood and oth
er tli.ltter is lodged, and the stomach and intes
tines are literally ()reaming with the corrupted
mass: thus undergoing disagreeable fermenta
tion,ennstnntly _mixing with the blood, t bleb
throws the corrupted ?natter through every vein
and artery, until life is taken from the body by
disease. Dr. Mlerse's PILLS have aiblid to
themselves victory upon victory, by restoring
milii'.ns of the sick to health and happiness.—
Yes. th;;oslnds who have been racked or tor.
mented Mih sickness, pain and anguish, and
whose feeble fr.,cues have been scort lied by the.
burning eleinr nts of raging fever, and who !tare
been brought, as it were, within a step uf the
silent grave, now stand ready to testify step
would have been numbered with the dead,'had
it not been for this great and wonderful medic
ine, Morse's Indian Root Pilk. After lor 2 do.
sus had been taken, they were astonished, and
absolutely surprised, in witnessing their charm.
in,g effects. Not only d.) they give immediate
ease and strength, and take away all sielinoss,
pain and anguish, but the at once go to work at
the inoudati ( "e ao f th e rtisease, which is the blot d
Therefore, it will - be shiiWn, esperially by those
who use these Pills, that they will so cleanse
and purify,_ that disease-=the deadly- enemy—will
t ike its flight, and the :10,11 0: youth and beauty
will ag.ain"return, and the prospect of a long
and happy life will cherish and briLliten your
Clays. 17" .fleware of counterfeits in yellow
wrappers—all genuine art in PLUE, with the sig.
nature of A. J. Wirtin &Co., on each box.
July Ist, 1857. . 127 tit
B rirtuleinf a writ of Vets. Ex, istA f:CCI from
the CoUrt of Common Pleas of Susqu'a
County; and to me directed. I will expose to
sale at the Court House in Slontrose, on Fri.
day: the. 3rd day of July next, at ono ocluck,
P. M., the following Real Estate, to Wit:
All that Certain picee or parcel of land situate
and being in the •township of Bridgewater, in
the county .of Susquehanna, and bounded and
described as follows, to wit : On the north and
east by !ands of Latham Gardner, on the south
by lands of John Wood and Joshua Curtis, and
on the west by lands of Jaii Trumbull, con
taining one hundred acres of land with allow.
ances of six per cent, be thesame - more or less,
.with the appurtenances, one framed house, one
framed barn, an orchard, and mostly improved.
Taken in execution at the suit. of Alexander
W. Leisenring, vs. Richard Bitty. .
The above sale is hereby adjourned to Wed
nesday the .sth -day cf August next, at one o'.
clock P. M. I. P. HOLLISTER, Shcr:ff.
Sheriff's Otfi, e , - • .
Montrose, June 10th. 1857. S 28w3.
)110: -, )-5, of '41...:%V.‘it
ZAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN
VI/I st TIIE O UI. ) :D o ERSIGNED, (after using
Independat Tooth lione Rake,
take pleasnre in recommending it, for The follow.
Ist. That it will rake more Hay in the
same time than any other Rake in use.
- 2nd. That while other Horse Rakes - are lab°.
rious to opuate,thisis managed with comparative
ease, anal in fact with pleasure, as the operator
rides on the Rake while raking, and it can be op
erated by any bey capable of mana,girig a Horse.
3d. That other Horse Rakes which have been
introduced into this section, (that will operate
on rough meadows,) tear up the sods, roll over
the loose stones, and twist up the Hay so as to
make the_ other handling inconvenient. This
Rake leaves the Hay in the same condition as
the old Hand . - Rake, clean, free from dirt and
stones and easy to pitch..
4th. This Rake is less liable to get out of
repair; and can be easily mended Without g oing
off the Farm.
sth. The Teeth being all hung independent
of each other, when an obstacle is in the way
while raking, no more Teeth are raised from the
ground than is sufficient to pass it. Also this
Hake may be used for raking Grain ready for
binding, at the same time raking over , the whole
S. Searle., F. 31. Williams,
B. Guernsey,L. Catlin,
H. Sayre & Bro., , E. G. Babcock,
A. Butterfield, Dan'l Searle.
W. Stone, John Sherer.
Aridgewater, Jane 23 1857.
*** These Rakes are now manufactured by
CHAUNCEY FOOT, one mile North of MONT
ROSE, at the Foundry formerly occupied by M.,
tr. E. ZIOTT, where they can be obtained.
Machinesmay be seen at thesture of B. IL
Sayre'& Bro., and other plaees in Montrose.
*** These Rakes require tire Hind Wheels
of a Wagon to make them complete for nat..
CASI" paid for all the Wow: in Suqinehanne
. Co:, by DIMERNIAN dz. GARRET:
FLOUR for sale by the Load or Barrel, by
=KERMAN ¢z GARRE,TI,
New Milford, ! Tuni loth, 1867. ,
jfiz looket the Ribhorte and Bonnetaat
. : FtENYCN.
LITTLE dc HARDING'S COLUMN.
fug u 0 AgltnN4 Stork o
RR! RH BBL.'
• For the Somme! Trade
Now and . Beautiful . styles,
AKES,Forks,Scethes.Snaths,Scytk e Stones,
'11; Grind Stones, Morse Rakes, Grain Cradles,
Sickles, &e., &c., a full assortment just received
by LITTLE &
Fish ! Fish ! !
AFRESH lot of those Fine Heavy Codfish,
also, Bluefish in Barrels and hiair . Barrels,
- uat - reeeived by . LITTLE & HAS DWG. •
A NEW Stock of Groeeh i
Crockery, &e., &c., a hundrroth- part of
which we have not !lino to mention. Enough
to say, we have almost anything, and eve:,
rything expected to be fotedikt a store in the
country—all . of vibich \Ana lire 'determined to
turn: into cash, in the very st'orrest possible
timehntrd we terewith
We wish it distlnotly undemtood, that for
CAst! we Will Nell any kia3 of Goods at much
lower prices than usual. • • •
A ll r cict tr'/M Foci Privately, it you Plc - Ose.
We (le not wis!i you to - enterain the it.ea for
kmoment, that we will sell you goods at cost,
or less for the sake of doing business; for that
is not our intention. We are willing to sell at
a very small profit, and be content.
Large Sales and Small Profits,
We are determined to sell a larger amount of
Goods this Summerohan ever before, and al.
though our profits may appear light, vet- we ex.
peel :at the end of th*.i yenro.he whole amount
will proiO satisfactory.
.31(24:mieg, Rice, Coffee, Tea, and
C'..l all kinds of Groceries in any quantity, at
the very lowest rates, a full stock constantly on
hand, by LITTLE S. HARDING.
Four Shilling TeL
xiOTWITHSTANDING the recent heaq
advanct , the price of Teas, we have se.
cured a I.lrge lot of the came quality of that
which ha+ created so much - good feeling among
our Tea drinking t'ustomers.
Plenty of it, by the chest or pound, at the Ola
It IS a Fact,
rruAT satermos, Soap and Candles of the
IL hest ptalitieg, are for'sale by.lllr Box, at
New York city vtliolesale prices, by
LITTLE Jr. HARDING.
I N Tin Cans, a Pure article, for sale by
BootEi and Shoes,.
ONSTANTLY on hand, n first rate assort.
.Ment of Men' s, Bova' and Youths' double
f,n 1 e Boots and Shoes, of the best mannfaetnre,
also, Women's Shoes, Boots
. and Gaiters in
,gt - eat dariety, all to be sold st very low rates, by
LITTLE & IfARDING.
N almost enless variety,of kinds, quality andl
prices, for sale by
- 151BD0NS, Flowers and Trimminizs, for sale
• LITTLE &
1 - NOATS, Vests and Pants, well made, :and
good styles: Shirts, Co'Ws, Hosiery,
Gloves, etc., for I , ale cheap, by
LITTLC & HAIthING:
CV : MX and Upper Leather, Pegs. Shoe Nails
kJ and Thread, Wax and many other kinds of
Shoe Finding., for sale by
LITTLE & HARDING.
D ICH all Wool Carpets, at low price, fur
1.11, snlo by
Farmers and Gardeners I
%VP: have just received a large stock of Far
V mers"rools, such as Hoes, Shovels
Spades, Seonpes, Garden Rakes and Hoes, Man
ore Forks, Plonhs, Cultivatorso&c.. &e., &c.
At.so—Afresh lot of Garden and Field Seeds
for sale by
To Lumbermen-and Coopers. -
- D EST Cast Steel " and Steel Poll Axes, C:l9 ,
1.1 Steel Mill and >I Cut Saws, also Patent
tooth >I Cut Saws. with,Filea, of althost all de
ser'rions, for sale by
- • To Dairymen. -
FIRkINS. Return Pails, Pans, Tin, Painted
and Cedar Pails, Butter Bowls, Dairy Salt,
&e. &e., for tale by -
Are You Building?
You will save rhoney by .purchasing your
Nails, GlaSs, Paints, Oils, Sash, Dour Trim
mings, and ,Hardware generally of
LITTLE & HARDING.
• Flour, Salt and Lime,
tho Load, or Barrel, constantl7 on hand,
1,1 and for sale by
- Cash ! !
YOU can buy almost anything, in the stay of
General nerchandise, for CASU, at a very
srdall advance from cost, of
LITTLE & HAREM.
D UTTER, Eggs, Lard, Tallow,"Eßeawax,
Grain of alt kinds, Rags, Old iron, Lumber,
iiihingles, Dried Apples, Beans, Zc., &c., wanted
in exchange for Goods,. b LI TTLE dL HARDIXG.
LIITLE & HARDING.
J ‘ u1y . 1,591, 1857. c
Now being opened by
LItTLE & ILARDTSG
LITTLE & ihrDnic
LirTt.r. & ITAnnING
LITTLE & HARDIEG.
LITTLE dt. 'LAUDING
Spring Niessonts an *ring
In- Great .Prnfution and Magnifrenee
R. RN BRIT T,
WITII his compliments to his friends and
the public for the substantial and long
continued patronage of his business, would again
announce that he is receiving a large and full
stock of '
Spring and Summer Goods,
Including as usual a great variety , of Ladies'
Dress Goods in Prints, Ginghams, Lawns,
Barege-Delanes, Calicoes, Silk Plaid
BaregeQ, Poplens; Brocade Black
and Fancy. Dress Silks; Broche, - -
Stella, Silk and Cashmere
. asols, Rich Ribbons,
Cassim ors, ".
With a great 'variety of other Staple and
Fancy Goods, including groceries,
Crockery, Hardware, Iron and Steel,
Nails, St oyes, Hats al d Caps, Boots
and Shoes, Carpeting, Flower
. Oil Cloths, Painted Wit.
. ' dew Shades, Wall Pa
poi, Clocks, Drugs,
Oils and Paints,
& e &c ..
The entire stock having been finienasea for
CASH and with much care. will be sold at the
lowesifigure,anfl.to meet the views of the closest
CASH or TIM r: buyers.
New Milford, 'May 1857. •
HAs just returned .from Now York, with a
large and choke variety of Goods, bought
for cAsir, and- selected with much .care, from
'over thirty of the best Houses in New York,
which he offers to his customers and the public
at low prices for Cash. • His !stock comprises: .
D R.IT G'S,
. • - MEDICINES,
, _ROCERIES, •
GL S—W A
CLOCKS, • ,
• WAT L PAPER.
WI - NDOW PAPER,
WI,NDOW OIL SHADES,
FANCY. 6 0 0 - 1) S.
J E W. E • L• R. Y.,
• PERFUMERY, •
- If Al WA R E,'
STONE WARE,WOODEN WARE,
:.JAPANNED WAR -E,
' BIRD C,. GES,
CANA Y;. EE D ,
W II I P S ,
;A 11 :SI NI T I-0
TtT . ItPB TIME - ,
Q• AAI P - II E N , • ,
B N FLUID,
Tlt U.S S S.
S 0 -L I) BRACES,
SILVER &. PLATED SPOONS, FORKS, &c.,
GOLD . PENS,-
-VIOLIN STRINGS, BOWS, ikc '
And all of the most.-popular
Thankful for the liberal patronage hitherto re
celved; he hopes to merit a. continuance and
large increase of the same.
Montimite, Jane lath, 1857.
Horrible Staash Up!
A CAR' RUN OFF THE :DUG WAY
And Twtntc•Fiyo DollArs Ilestroyed:
n UT this bears no comparison in horror with
LP what we are abidit to relate. Y (have
probably all heard of the man with a Bork leg
so perfectly adjusted that it "walked itself," and
kept on walking till it Walked him to death and
then ran off with his anatomy. •Bdt this is
quite tame compared with a story that wb heard
the other day of a lady, who had lately been fit
ted with a Full Set of Artificial Teeth on the
New Plan. Soon after the teeth had been ad
jested in the mouth a kind of spasmodic twiching
of the muscles of tho lower jaw was felt, and
from that her mouth commenced to open and
shut with such rapidity and violence, that all she
could do she 'couldn't stop it. She was of course
almost seared to death and so was the Doctor.
Springing forward he seized the jaw and hold
ing it. with_all his might he finally sticeeeded by
a prestigious exertion in pulling the teeth out of
the mouth, and here the violence of the tragedy
ended. But the saddest part of tho story re
mains to be told. Imagine the lady's distress
hen she discovered that her splendid set of
teeth for which she bad just paid three hundred
dollars had Completely eaten titemselres up. This
from last accounts was Still suffering from
a pain in the jaw,which,we had forgotten to say
by the violent contractions of the Digastrieus,
was slightly dislocated.. Now it is to be most
devoutly hoped, for the sake of bum Thy that
the profession will Like warning by lb unhappy
fate of this lady, and be cautious how they em
ploy their skill in all its Most modern and per
fretedforms, for without doubt had the doctor,
failed to get out these teeth they would have
eaten the poor Tidy to death. Beassured, friends,
I shall endeavor to keep clear of such jaw break
ers, by putting into my sett of teeth just the
amount of the eating propensity which is practi.
cable and safe. Yon will find me at almost any
time except meal time or night time in my cfiice
over Wilson's store, west end of Brick Block,
with a - heart almost bursting with thanks for
past favors, and 'ever at your service for a mod-
erate return. _
C. D. VIRGIL, Dentist, Montrose; Pa
fin & 'ibe Ifitsitrance
No. SG Walnat-st, abov e Fourth.
Make insus•ance against toss or damage by
Fire; on Buildings, Furniture and
Horses and Cattle, 'against 'death
tram any cause.
EirLOSSES PROMPTLY ADJI/STED.jd
B. R. MILIER,
R. FLANIGENJ F . 13:-.4lintelettt, I
Jimmy JonEs, SAML. 51, RANDALL
CHAS. PLANIGEN, (if Wilmington, Dol.'
B. R. MILLER, Preset.
BILLINGS STROUD, Agent.
BLASTING Powder; Safety Ouse, anti Rine
Powder for sale by LW: BULLARD.
1.1 OCKETKNIVES. - -A forge assortment of
AC the bO•st. in roarket,ot . TURRELIIB.
(12 WV 4 I2IOD o
AT TOE DEAD OF NAVIGATION!
AND examine the ehoice stock of Spring
and Summer Goods, Net opened
for Examination and Sus, it very lowkisres by
C. W. MOTT.
CnALTS, Lawns, Brilliants, choice patterns
very cheap by C. W. MOTT.
QTELLA, Cashmere, and PoLida Shawls a
very low prices by 'C; W. MOTT.
r_TATS and Caps of the newest styles, in
JUL great variety by C. W. MOTT.
PRINTS ]n aim - Mance by -. P
• C. W. MOTT..
,DROWN and Blue Sheeting and.Stirtings--
12 Shirting Stripes, Ticks, Denims, Summer
Stuffs, &c., &c., as low as can be afforded in this
market. - C. W. AIOTT.
ei LOTUS, Cashimers and Vestings, very de:
sirable stylts, at prices that cannot fail to
snit. Call and be convinced. C. W. 119TT.
1111111 ASS Moo*, Hosiery, Gloves, :Belts,
13 etc., etc., by C. W. MOTT.
iII_GROCEIMIES, 'Crocker, Hardware and
Ur various other articles to numerous td men.
tion.--all of which shall be sold Cheap for Cash
or Ready Pay. C. W. MOTT.
Mohtrose, May Sib, 1351. -
IC SATRE 111101611ER:Ii
ARE NOV aECEIVINCT
t vt -pily of
.0 0 SPRING 4 _9'e
jFIICII for Cash or Produce can be bought
WALLPAPER. A soled ait.‘orttrien . just
S. - 11. SAYRE
CARPETING. Barvins 911'elred by -
. S. 11. SAYRE & BROTHERS.
PLOWS. We invite the attention of Farmers
to the Celebrated
.Peekskille Plows which
we have adikd to our large assortment.
S. H. SAYRE & BROTHERS„
Proprietors of Eagle Fohndry..
Montrose, April 29th, 1857. - ltstf.
, ... • . •
New Millinery. and Dress:Milking
ESTABLISH s, k v E :. .. . .
Ladiee i have you Heard -t e New's.
• • , - Mrs. ILinnrs, for erly . of New
„ .I . ,:er__ 4 '. ~,?..:. York; has cip . eneni I. a Millinery
'., -5 1 41 ! . 7• fr and Partiy . • L in' tie villi4e
T ,'; A' ; , .. i4V of Brooklytt;.and lutvlng just rg
i ,iiW! turned :from Nov” York- witV a
Large and rash iouable
stock of Goods consisting of La
dies and Misses Strav Hats of every style and
variety, Also, Crape and Silk Hats, constantly
on hand, of
. every hue and color, together with spkndid asNortnaent of
Goorts4 - -
such as Embroideries, Hair Braids,Hoidery, Caps,
Head Dresses, Lace Goods, - etc., etc., all, of
which she offers at the LOWEST ritteEi.
* * *Particular attention will be paid to Bleach
ing—always at home.
Brooklyn, May sth, 1857.
At the New Store in Gibson.
MBE undersigned havin,gjust returned from
New l'ork, - are nog' exhibiting to the . gobd
people of Gibson and vicinity, a complete assort
ment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Crocker}, lisrd;
ware, Boots, and Shoes; Hats and Caps, Ready
made. Clothing,Staple and Fancy Me Goods
consisting of svcs, Binges Chides. i3ingharos
Prints. Sheetin - gs, Tiehings, Ind a largo . stock '
of Summer Goods. for Men and Boy's wear. -
Believing the Ready pay and short credit lays=
tend to . be the true one our motto is "The nibble
sixpence is better than the sloW shilling" Call
and see us for we tii/i sell yoil goods Cheap fur
Gibson, April 20th, HAWLEY- &
1857.. • •
N B. All kinds of produce taken in exchange
or-Goods. & G.
• Lissolution. • -
rf'illE co.phrtntrship heretofore existing be
-1 tween Elishft Bell and W. M. Tingley under
the firm of Bell & Tingley is this day dissolved
by mutual conscrit.,Th Books ana Accounts
are in the hands of VV. M. Tingley for settlement
in consequence )3 his treihrscquainted with
said:accounts. They Will be - st the stor- "
Hop Bottom on Saturday of iiCh *Telt. -re
persons having unsettled account tipbn thorn are
requested to settle the; same immediately, by
note dr otherttdAe; T;LISHA BELL;.
W. M. TINGLEY. -
The business will he earried on ht -the old
stand in Hop Bottom by Elisfia and Truman Bell
who are - thankful for past favors. We solicit a
call from all our old customers. E. BELL,
Hop Bottom, April 29th, 1857.
tn rE yb A ePa rn nibo wi a boa rd iwrtittuA
without tcat?S6 leftor
provocation, all persons are hereby forbided to
harbor or trust her on my account, as I will pay
no debts of her contracting after- this date.
Franklin, Jane 22(10857. .
MILE subscriber is fitting up his machinery
to accommodate his customers with work
to suit the spinning and knitting public on short
notice. Thankful for past favors be hopes by
strict attention to business to merit a share of
public patronage. A. G. REYNOLDS.
West Brooklyn, June lat, 1857. Ott.
The World's Great ExhibitioTt
AWARDED TO C. MEYER.
For /is Two Fianna; London, October 15, If.
UESPECTFULLY informs his friends and
the public generally, that he has constant...
ly on hand PIANOS equal'to those for which
he received the Prize Medal, In Loader), in
All orders promptly attended to, and treat
care taken in the aelextlen and packing Atm
He has recieved during - the' last 'l6 ; per
more medals than any other maker from tile
Franklin Institute; alto Finit Premiums. at Bos
ton, and Premiums at New York and Baltimore.
rgir Wareroaaw mincers:4.lmm 62 &Fourth
street to No. - 180 ARCH STREET, below
Eighth, South side. Philadelphia.
J. L. HER 1111 •
I S happy
to asnounce his 1211ffiffrOIIIII
tower* that he \is no receiving Lea
stock of Bring and Sam er Goals, co
in part or
Which ha will sell,for-cas
Egg B 9
- , ror any . kind
in a manner which - will pro
tory -to all'who are dispose.
aonviile May 13th, 186
EADY MADE CWT iL
at the " U ••
I3OOTS & SHOES Irrsj
- •ai t‘ 1431
TTER,at the " Up i
A SETTLEMENT OF
11,_ DESIRABLE, at th ,
rrellS Is the great prim;
1 fish. small merchants. :1
at the late. Act paifsed at Ha
hawking and peddling in Su
an Act passed to gratify so
who hal; o expressed a'defiire
DOWN. WITH hi
Their large wagon will r; n more -regularly ,
than ever before, lint iL their 1 use for peddling,
expires. In order tti,accorn, , , idate the comma-,
pity and be able to battle eio4elioly successful"
ly, they have made arranges eats to get New,.
Goods weekly from New York ? mid they will 'ell
the same Trete 15 to 20 per cent. cheaper, thrtit
any other establishment in. Stlstinebarina Can&
ty. We have now received oar •
NEW SUMMER GOODS! .
The largest, cheapest and best selected sleek:
ever, offered in this market. It is not necessary
to enumerate the articles whiclh our tussortmont_
comprises; is sufficient to y that we,hilve a .
aeneral stock of the latest . and ost fashionable
goods 'in the market, and we snot fail to snit -
the public, as well in taste, as ,n prices. A fear
words mere to our fellow-citi ns, and partieq
lady 4 :3 !hose who feel thcms - yes independent
add not obliged to`purchase a some particular
store. We know that it-will e fora yppy. into.
lest to examine and price our ciods before pur
chasing elsewhere; that bin tr e motto
.that - •i
penny, saved is bttei.' than two-earned." W 4
are deterrolitea to spare no pains to give general ;
spisfaction, and we shill a'weys be ready int 4
happy to eihibit, our assortmcint to those .who.
will favor us with a call. .
.Mont •ese, May 12th, 1857.
Iv! o NT . RO . S
. '. /TIKE subscriber h
.- -.. , -`w4..
1 . - .11 , -.. -1 refitted and pm
re„;i;r-f:.-. above well known a .
----.-:__ is prepared to aceom
ding public and others with a
and, coAvente.nces usually_ fum
HouseS. No droll will be ap
prietor and his Assistants to
equal in very point to iny in t
The Ear will ulwaysbe s
- Teiiii Stables, connected
arc large, roomy and convenien
attentive Hustle's ail) always in
• 1 ' - i:t - .. J.
- Montrose, 'flay 13th, 1857.
Real Estate Brokers, and /
_Land I .
- DES IdOfNES,
Interest paid on deposits:
or -invested at Western rate&
and sold: Lands kkated with V
on the most favorable terms.
We attend to any business
Government Land Offices, •in 11.
tern.lGwa,—taxes paid. Collec
Den itioineP, May 1857.
rpHIS MACHINE can do th :I
1, fifteen men. It took the fi
the ,qvient National Pair at Paris
of 1355, apd when on exhibitio l
and State Pairs In our irwh cowl
been p•ronoitOed i the best Maehi
vite the FatinatS count
at Montrose and eiathine the AI
selves, as an accurate tlescripti s
in print would oe - cupy too mac:
columns ofa newspaper.
!C. D. Lif - in
,'MontrOSe, Afirib:l4 1357. 1
ALa'ricl.'stock 'of Gloves and
variety,' for Gents. tadies;a;
D.,0 . 0T8 and Shees, and Rea
.4! !ngof every styleln marke
A . ! C o t e assortment of
Dress , 'TrinunipgA, &c
vi,oua and Salt by ;he•Barr
. • - • HAWLEY
ICIOR, superiority of enstieg
of inadhiiiery can not he e
S. 11. Sara
• . - Corn . Plow ,
PARTICULAR attention is
Peekskill Corn Plow, de
Cora Plow ever ihtrodured in t
• S. 11. Seeks k
Nr 0' botiii in ilep - country tki
II - by S. li.,.SAras.
STOVES ! STOVES t 1 S VES, i 1 . 1 •
r‘Uft Stores have been ,so. oringisly tr 44,
Vto the entire satisfaction ;irk that thati
need no recommeßd from 113. - ' - - - • :--
S": 11. SAttili - , BRosagas.-
T ili..plueo to buy Chains. f,
A T r ed u ced prices at -
, Lawn. La
AT • teduced priies at
- . Pants . ° Par
can buy a Par Ive
keilt ifaidiffare &14
Fennel' Nodal' s .,
e perfectly satisfac«
to deal with him.
I }MCI:I; 4
ICES PA ID - }Pik
.le, among - 'Oil; set:
proofof this took:
l oshurg; prohlith
l e of the 3ferehanti„
to stop some largo
fly furnished the
tll2'll popular Hotel
odate the trai
-1 the attentioW
Ind in first-close -
paredby the Pro
make tho Hotel
ho country. _
lipplied with thi
ith this Hong,
and careful and:
charge of them.
a:/era in Ex
tight and sold,-`
airania of bum
, otral or Wad i
'ono made, and
work of ten ea
-t priquittot at_
lin' the summe4.,
at the Cofini*_
try has always
e in nse. I in.'
rto eag on me
hind for them-.
In of the Agatne,
d Children, at
I or Pound, it
• & 13aorttais.:
invited to the.
tdedly tho best y
a ion is
• W. MOTea.
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