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Xist of frtmiums,
to be .awarded at the Susquehantih County
Agricultural Exhibitionfor the year 1E158;
- ' H - O_R 8B S. - '
• CLASS 1. STALLIONS AND AMISS.
Best' Stallions and 3 of his colts, Di. -. b
~ploa , and , 3
2d best, Amet._Agriculturist and..... 3
3d best, Albany Cultivator and 2
Best Stallion which has not stood ia the
County prior to this rear, Diploma and
Lindsay's History of Morgan Horses, ..
Beal Brood Mare and -colt, Yunatt on for
,`._ sles and • , 3
2d best, Allen's Domestic Animals and 2
. 3d heat, Lindsay's Morgan Horses and 1
judges:. Wtn,C. Ward,.Benj. Ayres, 'and
Dr. 11.I I. B. Lathrop.
' . CLASS 11. SINGLE AND MATCRED ROTtgES, & COLT&
'AI animals competing ht . this Class to be
-raise in the county. - .
'Best single Gelding Di mare. ,over 4 sears ,
old,. Dadd's Anatolny and Physiology of
, - the Horse; with colored,plate.
. 2d best, Youatt on 'Horses, and- , 'A2
3d best,. Alb. Cult., and I
Best pair of matched Horses, (gelding or
mares), over 3 rears old, Stephen's Boa
of the Farm. - •
'2d hest Dadd's Aunt. and Physiology of
t pair of three .rear old Cots , - 3
.." two 4i , • ..... •••
Best pair. of Mules,
2d hest; -
Judges : Simeon Lewis, Israel &ebbing
,isa , Dr. C. Lett. • _
CLASS I. DE O\9.
Best Devon Bull, 2 years - oltl or upwards.
- Country Gent., and t 3
2d best, Amer. Aar.; and . ..— - •2
Best DeCop Bull, between .1 and. 2' years,
• Yeuatt on Cattle,anil - - 2
• "2d best, Mb. Cult., and. * 1
Best Devon . Bull;undell year, ' 1.
Best Devon Cow, 3 years old or upwards, ,
Am. Farmer's -Encyclopedia. i
-2d be5t,..... --- - • -1- .---- . --------- ' 2
Best-Devon ,Heifer, 'betleen 2 and 3 yrs.
' old; Conairy Gent., and 1
2d best., Alb. Cult- and - '7-1
Juil:qes :,. Thomas Nielio6on, S. Wj Breed
aid George Walker.
c LISS - 11. WEB 4 1.15.
Best Durham Brill, 2 - years old or upwards;
• CountriGent., and.., • • e 3
2d best, Atoe;Agr„and 2
~BestDerbam Bull, betw. 1 and 2 yrs. old,
Yonatt on Cattle, and
2d best, Alb. Cult, and . 1
Best Durham Bull, under one year, 1
Best Durham Cow, 3 . yrs: old and upwards,
- Am. Farmer's Encyclopedia-- •
*241 best, . 2
Best Durham I.leifer,. betw.s2 and 3 years
old. Country Gent., and I
' 2d• best, Ali.). Cult, and 1
• Jut . s: Harry Ssnith,Abner Griffis,David.
Wake 6. -
' . 1: CLASS in. GRADES AND NATIVES.
Best!. mil, Amer. Aer., and B2
24. best, ' " • ' 1
Bestpow, over 3 yrs-old, Am. Farment
' -En4clopedia. . . .
2d. best, Cotintry Gent., and : . 1
. 3d best, Amer.:Agr., and 1
4th be5t.,....., 1
- Best Heifer, betw. 2 and 3 - yrs. olE,Colintry"
, Grrf.,.. and - 1
2d hest, Amer. Agr., and ' • 1
3d besf, Alb. Cult.
Best 4 Yearlings, Stephen's Book -ofthe
Farm - . .
. 2il best, Youatt On Cattle, and • 2
- - 3d best, ..kllen'slDom. Animals, and... _ 1
86t..5 Calves, Stephen's Book of the Farm.
2d best, Youatt on Cattle, and 2
3d . best, Allen's Dom. Animals, and—. 1
fridges : C. D. Lathrop, L'a_tham Gardner,
Eri.Gregory.. • . .
CLASS IV. OXEN AND STEERS.
&st 8 - 4 oke fromsmy ton n,B copies of Amer
Agr. • ' - • .
2d best, 8 copies of Alb. Cult.
Best pair of Working oxen, over
raised in tile county, a library of Agricul
tural Books, -worth - • - $5
2d beat, Youatt on Cattle; and .
3d best, Allen's • Dom. Animals, and... 2
4th best, Alb. Cultiv, and 1
Best pair of Steeri, betw. -3'ati yrs. old,
'raised in the county, Stephenrs Book of _
the Falai. •
- 2d beat, Amer. !Age', and . 2,
311.. best, Amer. Am., and
Best pair of Steers, between 2 and 3 Tears
- old, raised in the county,Stephen's Book
of Farm. '
2d best, Amer. Agr., and ii , _ 2
- 3d best, " " " i. . 1
. Judges,: ..W.m. _1
L. Post, g ym. Ilarihgton,
and Miner Turrell. 1,
- , HOGS. . .
Best Boar, - Yonatt on EingA and s2.
2d best, Amer. Agr., and 2
Best Breeding Sow,,Yonatt, and 2
2d best; Amer. Agr., and • , .. 1'
3d best, Mb. Cultic., and - 1
Best - 4 spring pigs, Youatt, and - 2
2d best, Amer. Azr., anti - 1
Best - 4 pigs lea than 10 wk'. old, Youatt,
21 best, Amer. Agr., and.. .
...... . : . 1
judges : Hyde Clocker, 'Ill: Kane;jr.,siid -
B. G. Babcock. ,!.: , - ~.. , .
- S . H E E P..
Best fine wooled 'tuck, Youatt's Shepherd's
Book, and ‘: ; ' . - - ,$1
2d best, Ather.Ari• and 1
Best, 3 fine wooleii•E;ea, Randall's Sheep •'
Husbandry, and . - - -2
2d best, Amer. Agr.; and - I
-Best . 3 fine wooled Lambs, Country Gent.
Best coarse wooled Buck, Youatt's Shep
herd's Book, and - - 1
2d lest, Amer. Agr.. and - ,, ' I
Best 3 coarse wooled Etves,Randall'sSbeep,
Husbandry, and. . _ '2
;20:11,est,‘A,Der. Arr., and . . .... ..... 1
' , Best 3 coarse wooled Lambs:Country Gent.
Best middle iwooled Buck, Youatt's Shep
. herd'i Book, and ' .1
2d best, Amer. Agr., and 1
Best 3: middle, wooled -Ewes, Randall's
Sheep Husbandry, and - , - 2
• 2d best, Amer.:Agr., and - 1
Best 3 middle wonted Lambs, Country
Gent. - -
Liecesters, - Bakewells, ite - ., are classed as
coarse wooled, Saxony, Merino, &e., as fine
wpoled, and South Dewns, &c., as middle I , , . . ,
`wooled. A;lnttj rt getu.ittchl
Judges': Thos. P. Phi . nner - Ca .1: Wet. eel 4411
. , .
roue, and Merritt Mott. . ....11A11)...
- DI,3TFER AND CHEESE. ' • • ' . , -.-..
Best firkin of butter made in June; Butter . NEW ARBINGEMENTB
`knife. worth 43.00, and - ' - -s2_, 'i.
2d-best,.knife, worth $2.00, and ''ll.t the -Old Stand of Lot/m(4i dcVo.
3d best, " . ", " - " - . 1
-- ..4th beat, " "' - " - -or . LATHROP. & DeWITT
Best firkin - of butter, made in fall, knife, noIEG leare,to announce to the public in gen
- worth - $3.00; and ....' ' •
.2 I LP end that they are now opening one of the
`24 best, knife, 'worth $2.00, and 2 largest Srocxs of WIEECSAWDISS ever offered in
3,1 best, . „," "
61. II .
..„ ~ . 1 Montrose.. Comprising Dry Goodsi- Groceries,
4th best - 4 $
.o. •-. w : 7 (m.
.-... 2 1 Hard.lblatre, Crockery, &e., &c., &r...., which they
Best •10 patinae otbutter made by a ' girl _ I propose to sell at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. •
v 'T Ire, se A are rea I IF ae I it.
- under IS yenta, knife, w0rtir..."........ 2
For largest Eptaptity of butter per cow , froth • We "Wish to,,detnottstrate 'to the public, the
eambero p owit, country (Ad:4 - .ond s s difference betuliiti buying Goods for c i ttnt and
‘ s LA T H OP & DEWITT.
• alines!, Saver; Arr., 'and 2 i Montrose, April 26th, 1858. .
Beet Chew, not less then _25 ' . pounds,
Amer. Agr., and • - _ 2
2d -best, Alb. Cultist, and... • . , 2
' Judger: Henry McKinney, Urbane Bur
rows, and E. MeEinzie. ,
FRUIT, CIDER, VINEGAR, VEGETAB:
LES, HONEY AND . SUGAR.
Best Fall Apples; not less than i busbel and
•, at Iciest 3 varieties, Downing' Fruit Cult
2d best,.. - II
Best Winter Apples, not less ike„Downing's -- i
Fruit Culturist. .
2d beet, - ' - , 1
t Pears, not less than one peck, Amer.
1 Agriculturist, _
I Best Quinces. Alb. Cultiy.
Best Cider Vinegar, not less titan 2
2 d best; 1
Best and greatest vatietyofNegetables,... 2
Best 10 pounds maple sugar, 2
2tl best,. •- ..
Besr 10 pounds Honey,Quinby on-Bees,and .1
2ti best, 1
Judges : F. M. Hall, A.. H. Patrick, and
CABINET WORK. CARRIAGES, AND
Best exhibition of cabinet work ..•..
2d best, •
Best carriage, single or amble,— ..
- 2d best,
For the best lot of 6 Tiotee shoes,
The liorse'sFoot— how to keeot sound and 1
2d besti.....Horse's Foot, dr,c., and 50 cts.
Judges—G: Z. Dimock, D. D. Hinds, and
Win. F. Lathrop.
For best-plow, •
For. best oulti - vat
For best corn shelter,—
For best straw cutter,...
For best power for churning,.
For best 3 fiikins,
For best Imirse rake,
Ear best barrow,
Judges—C. Carmalt, A. Cassedy, Rofus
- SEEDS, &c.
Best bushel of corn, (ears,) , s2
Best i bushel of w heat, •• • • ............. 2
Best 1 bushel of rye, - . 1
Bests bushel of cloy& seed, 2
. I. bushel of timothy seed, 2
Bst I. bushel of flax seed .. . i•
• Judges- r G. C. Lyman, Henry S. Searle,
LEATHER, dm. - .
Best 3.sides of harness 1eather,......,..;.53
' 2d best, . 0
Best - 2 sides of sole leather, . 3
2d best, ' - , 2
Best 3 isides'of upper leather, ' 3
2d best, - "al . ' ' 2
Best carriageF harness, • 3
Best farm harness,,
Best pair of fine boots,
I3est pair of common boots, ' - — 2 .
ludges t —Cyrus W. Bard, James Mead,
DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. .
For b ee t pantiel not less-than 10 yard's,..s2
243 best, • 1
For best fulled cloth not less 'limn 5 yards, 2
2d best, • I
For best woolen carpet not less . tban 15 y'ds, 3
2d best, -2,
For best rag etopet not less than 15 yards, 3
2d best, 2
For best 11 dozen pair ot'woolen 50ck5,..... 2
For best 2 pair of woolen mitten.", - 1
ORNANIENTAI NEEDLE WORK, &c...
For best - patch work Sa•_
2,1 best, 2
For best quilt of any other r. ..... .
For best winter t;onnet,
For best ladies' Facque, - 1
Judges-11rs. F.U. Williams, Mr& AIL-Post,
Miss Matilda Wright.
Best 3 hiatus, Country Gentleman:
2d best, $1
Best,6 fowltl year 01d,.. Country Gentleman.
Best 6 sprillg chickens,...Amer. Agr. and $1
2d best, • 1
I*, 6 ducks, Amer. Agr. and 1
. 2d 12 . est,— ... Albany Cult and 56 et...
judgei.--,Myron-Baldwjn, James W. phap,
man, and Ilenry Sherman.
To the firmer whose products are the
-greatest (bay included) in proportion to the
'number of acres under cultivation, taking into
account the stock kept on his farm during
the season,klibrary of agricultural books worth
$.3 and cash *5, To_the nest $5 -liepoyt to
be made to Executive Committee•prerious to
-the January meeting.
Best plciwing,....Country Gentleman and $3
21 best, - Amer.Agr... and 3
' 3d best, .3
4th'best :',. 2
sth best, , ' I
Judges and Committee of Arrangements to
be appointed when place is decided upon. ,
. , •
The Executive Committee in offering pre
ritiums_ to be awarded have. in some re4pects
changed ‘ the mode-heretofore adopted, prin
cipally by offering__ Books and' Agricultural
Papers for a portion of the premiums. If any
person shalLbe. awarde4 the same book or
paper twice Atesball be at liberty to substitute
any book or Paper of equal value, and if any
son to• whom a money primium 'shall be
awarded, shall so desire, he shall be at liberty
to select' any book'of the same yelp for a
The Cornmi!ee trust that the - plan of dis
tributing _ booki and agricultural papers of
value among the Farmers of this may
give satisfaction to the 'members of the So
ciety, and prove an advantage to the Society
both present and future.
Tlr.prernium list has been considerably ex
tended in those - departments io which most
inlerestis felt, and some new premiums offered.
Proposals are requested from different
.towns desiring-the plowing match to be held
in their vicinity; to be made by the 3d Tries
day in August to Mr. Baldwin at Montrose.
• F. M. WILLIAMS.
ALFRED BALDIVIBT, C o mm itt ee.
SAWL F. CARMALT, `""'"lnmee.
N . TLC II -
IS If .E A' IS' 13
virA.ii, .I El 7
Htije ins a t b rdect
New York, with a
of Goods ,
for cam, sad se octed with much care, from
over thirty of the beet Houses in New York,
whioh he offers to his customers and the public
at low prices for cash. His stock comprises:
D IR U G S ,
G L AS B—W ARE,
- Id lIRRO R 8 ,
W A Lit PAPER,
F A-N OY.GOO D S,
P E.R!F Er M E ,
W 0 0-O`E N WARE,
B S E S,
C A N AIR Y-SEED,
POCKET KNIVE'S, -
UM OR ELL A B_,
• • C A Si FIFE N E, , •
A L:C On 0 L,
(For AedicOlnal Purposes only,)
PORTMON AIES, •
SILVER & PLATED SPOONS, FORKS; &c.,
S T A-Ir I 0' N•E R Y,'
• VIOLIN STRINGS, BOWS, ,te.,
And all of ChA most popular
Thankful for alp liberal patronapihitlierto re
ceived, lie hopes; to merit a continuance and
large increase of the,same.
• ABEL - TURRJLL.
Montrose, Dec.llst 1857. • •
! gilt I
GE6. W. 51A 1 N,. Wholesale - Saltbealer,—
201 Washipgton Street, (directly o e ppoisite
Washington Mailltet,) still continues to offer to
the tit' and coantry trade, all kinds of foreign
coarse and fine silt, at the very loi'est figtires;
40000 sacks-and bags, consisting in part of Ash
ton's celebrated band for table add dairy 11:11!,
Jeffrey & Darcy, 15Iarshall's, Brownlow's, &c. ;
and 50000 bushelu Turks Island, Bonares,
racos, St. tibia; Lisbon, Cadir., Ivied, Nantes, &e.,
all of whi. E h Till be sold at bad- ain prices from
vessels, stetriland storehouses.
.... - s
Any,purchaserl wishing. to select front a good
assortment find it to his interest to csil•_; g
N. B.—Fine table salt put up in small bags;of
different sizes, and constantly on hand in oi,p
-ping order. Als4:k a splendid article of Roek -
Ground salt,' in quart boxes, put up and for sale
by the quantity, in cases of five dozen-each.
New York. April Ist, 1958.--Iv*
--- 50 ets
Crol2XC§ : 4 0001111S
Fur Cash and ,Prompl Six Months' Buyers.
Would invite attention to his new Stock of
TUST received; including, as usual, a great
fj variety of Ladies Dress GOO(15 in Prints,
Gingbams, Lawns, Robes, Challies, alleges,
Poptins and Silks; Bro:he, Stella, Silk and
Cast mere• ShawlS; Mantillas, Parasols, Rich
Ribbons, Bonnets and Flowers, -Broadcloths,
Cashmeres and Simper Stuff's, with a full va
riety of other
STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS
Inelu&ng.qroeerins, Crockery, Ilardware,Stocts,
Iron. Steel, Minn, flats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes, Carpeting, - Floor Oil- Cloths, Painted
Window Shades.; Wall Paper, - Clocks, Drugs,
Oils. Paints,-4Ste-,Ac: •
The entiro Stock having been bon ht for
CASH, and'at Panic Prices, will be sold at the
LOWEST FIGURES; CO CASH and PROMPT SIX
N. - 8.--Salt and Flour'constantly on
hand. [New Milford, May, 13th. )858.
NEW GOODS !'II
H. J. WEBB'S.
J(O TROSE, APRIL, :4011, 1058
BINGHAMTON WATER CURE,
BITCITLe 13fTCY, BROWIE CO. N.Y.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT has been greatly.
1. enlarged and improved daring the spring,
and is now ready for the reception of Patients.
raw simi~ur institutions in this country com
bine so many advantages for the successfur treat
ment-of Invalids: The location is beautiful, the
house new and commodious, the rooms large - ,air),
well "furnished and every way arranged with
view to the health and comfort of the occupants.
The Physicians, Dr. Thayer ,atid wife, have
had_tivelve years ! experience (the last eight at
Biri,c,rlintuton)iirtreating diseases Hydropathically
during which Vane they have treated successfully,
thousandi of sick personi, many after their dis
eases have been prouonoced fatal; by eminent
Physicians. In addition,' lo their patients at the
"cusix" they have a large practice in the village
and-surroundingcountry, which makes them fa
miliar with the treatment of diseases of ' every
grade and character: They planned, built, and
own the "BinghamtonWater-Cure,consequently
it is under their! ntire control and management.
In all those diseases to which the peculiar a
daptation of Hydropathic treatment has been
successfully derrionstrated,. they will generally
guarantee a speedy and perfect restoration.—
'Such are the following, viz.—Acute and Chronic
.Rheumatism, Nervous diseases, Dyspepsia,Scrof
ula, Spinal Complaints, Tumors, Ulcers, trrlarge
ment Joints,of diseases of the Throat and Lungs,
Dropsy, Agne and Fever, Female complaints of
every kind, Skin diseases,Catarrh, &c. &c.
Persons who have been ong sick or bed-ridden
and Who have not succeeded heretofore in their
efforts to regainitheir health, are especially
ted to consult uT or give us a call, Terms from
$5 to $lO per week.
Etr' l2r. Thayer will be at Searle'ii Hotel in
Idontrose,on ThOrsday, July Ist, where any lova
who-desire,, may consult him.
For further particulars, address
tuy2otd I , 0. V. THAYER.. M. D.
A COMPLETE assortment of GROCERIES
at C. P. & O. M. ILmt.Ey'a.
CLOTUS, Cassi mem and Vestinga, very
sirable styles, at prices that cannot fail to
,snit. Call and he 'convinced, -C. W: MATT.
PROFESSOR vvoop's Hair Restorati - e at
7. l , ° ,.e s . u ., bse nsT ' p e u r a l l s "rr Ant ° l l l l i i ii l 7 N4S 6u-
Bruokl3n, Jur, Bth, 1858 - 23tf .
U N S,•
P S T f, S ,
~i ~~ ~~~
Si. H. SATRE & 1140nIERS
A,RE I\,T:OW EgEIV'ING
teaPfy Of -44
SPRING 4 (4
SotlinViit GOOD 6 A.
WHIC.II for Cashor Produce can be bought
WALL PAPER. A select assortment just
S. 11. SAYRE & BROTHERS.
CARPETING. Barg/ling offered by
S. 11. SAYRE & PR9TiIERS
PLOWS. We invite the attention of Farmers
to the celebrated Peekskille Plows which
we have added to our large assortment.
S. 11. SAYRE & BROTHERS,.
Proprietors of Eagle Fi . mlndr.l*-
, Montrose. April 29th. 1858. 18tf.
STOVES! STOVES !! STOVES !!!
OUR Stovea have been so thoroughly tried
to the entire satisfaction" of all, that they
need no recommend from us.
S. rt. sAyn-E & BROTIIRRS.
Sannei - s' 'ant . s'
N. W. Corner Second and. Walnut Streets,
This •Company (pets Fire Insurance on
Marine Insurance on Vesiels, caigo
t and Freight, -
TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Inland Insurance on Goods by Rivers, Likes,
Canals, Railroads, and Land Carriage,
to all Parts of the Union up- •
on the most favora
lios.Thos-B.Ftontsce,l Custmes - Dmvs,
Oro. 11. ARMSTRONG, THOS. 11ANDEgFinD,
-Cuss. A. RUBINCAM, ESW . D R. HELIUBOLD,
GEORGE lIELMBOLD, P. CAR LL PREWSTER,
JAMES E. NEAL, ISAAC LEACH, JR.
THOMAS B. FLORENCE, President.
- EDWARD R. HELM BOLD, Secretary.
T. BOYLE, Agent.
-Office, New Milford, Pa.
January 18th, 1858. ly*
QROCERIES, Crockery, Hardware and
1.1(i : ssother articles to numerous to men.
tion.--a.. which shall be sold Cheap for Cash
Or Ready Pay. - C. W. MOTT.
E. W. PHELPS!
ATE NT COMBINATION BEEHIVE.
A SfJItE protection against - Moths, Mice, and
1 - 1. all enemies of the Bee. Highly approved
for the last 5 years by the most intelligent Bee
Keepers in the western and eastern States.
Rette.ENces.—J.S. Gitig,ory and J. H. Bar
tholf, Monroe, Orange Co., N. Y.; J. E. North.
Candor, Tioga Co, N. Y.; H. M. More, Painted ,
Vost, N. Y.; Sani'l Kidder, J. C. Elton, 'and
A. C. Ely, Elmira, N. Y.; John Bell, Newark,
N. J.; Frederick Fritz, Easton, Pa.; Hiram Hull,
Wel,tfielil,Mnss.; Flom Fil 'man, Addison, N. Y.,
and Ahljah Well., Gib - snni, I. Hine,-Harford,
G. C. Birdsall, Jackson, and B. F. Wells, Clifford
Susq'a Co. Pa,
It may be used as . a swarming or nom swarm
ing hive, the surplus'honey and comb can be re
moved without injuring the bees. It is very'
convenient forfeeding bees, and prevents all
danger from' robbers ; it is also the cheapest pa
tent hive now in use., A hire with two sections
costs $2,75, three section's $3,50, made of the..
best pine lumber, and can be had at all times
of B. P. Willard, Elmira, N. Y., or of the unileK,
signed in Gibson.
For making and using, $5. hive and right $B.
1 will sell town rights, having bought thu righ
for Ike county.. With every hive antl rightly,
vivo a book instructing how to manage it. 311.
hive was at our County Fair last fall and took
the prethium, with the bees and honey in ,it.' I
Warrant every hive
,I sell to give satisfaction, or
refund the money after fair trial.
• COE WELLS.
Gibson, Susq'a Co., Pa., Jan. Bth, 1858. tst*
•0 rA 0 iP 1.1.1
PI2HD, E ,
,AT THE HEAD OF XAVIG4TION,
A ND examine the choice stock of Spring
11.. / and Summer Goods, just opened
fur Examination and SALE, 41 very towfiguree by
C; %V. MOTT.
QTELLA, Cashmere,•an4i)eLnin Shawls at
0 Nery low prices bp, C. W.. MOTT.
FI STS and Caps of the newest styles, in
(neat variety by
C. W. MOTT
paturri in übundrince by
C. W. MOTT.
P BASS Hosiery, Gloves, Belts
Ult etc., etc.. by C. W. MOTT.
ROWN and Blue Sheeting.and Sti*Ttings
-1., Shirting Strips, Ticks; Denim, Summer
Staffs, &c., &e., as lolv as can be afforded in this
market. C. W. MOTT.
NTOTICE is hereby given that the firm of
IlAwi.Ev & GUILD hitt - list:lay dissolved by
Gibson, Aug. 17 1857. E. E. Gutur.
The books and accounts can be found at the
;dare formerly occupied by the All ,
person& having unsettled accounts are requested
to settle the same as soon as possible:
The business will be conducted in future by
the undersigned, under the firm of C. P. & 0.
M. 1-lAwt.Ey. who are constantly reaiving from
New York and Philadelphia, the latest styles of
Full and - Winter-Dry Goods, Clo
thing&e., all of which will be sold at a very
small profit for ready pay. - •
Gibson, Aug. 31st, 1857. C. P. 11AWLEY,
O. M. HAWLEY.,
arm for Sale.
frrtFlE subscriber offers for sale a Good Farm
of 95 acres in Bridg,ewiter, four miles•eait
of Montrose, 70 acres improved. • There is on
the premises a large framed Dwelling House,-a
good framed 'Bhrn, an excellent Apple Orchard
One half of, the purchase - money will be required
down; the balance in annual instalments. •
Bridgewater, August 19th, 1857. 33tf.
Still They Come!
THE largest stock of MenrcrsEs' ever before
kept is this market may be found at the •
AslitLi ERIC .1370P.M.
It will !be useless to enumerate. When you
wish anything in the Patent Medicine line,
otherwisel call at the Farmer's Store. Don't for
get the plbee, ds.wn town. • - .R. THAYER.
Montreie, March 3d, 1858.
.Z COBB offers to the public, at prices that
cannot, fail to suit, a LARGE and Scranton
at the old well ktiownestablishment formerlioc
c-upied by Oliver Crarie.
bluosus,TEis;CoiFE, SPICES, FRUIT, FLOUR,
anti SALT (by the sack or barrel,) 'FAD, aria all
articles' found ia first Class groceries.
The attention of FARMERS IS.Soiirited tDa
superior quality . of .GRAIN arid GRASS SEED
which the undersigned has on hand and for sale.
CLovr* AndTINOTHT SEED,. Sad .good SEED
WHEAT 'Sold 'a, iery aro 'rates for CASH. As I
mean to merit;l hope to receive, a liberal ,share
of public patrmage. Z COBB.
Montrose, March 3J, 1858. [3O).
New : Rait Road Route..
Delaware, Lackawanna* W.D.K.
NEWand . expeditious broad r m
from the North and. West, via Great Bend
one Scranton, and from the -Lackawanna and
Wyoming valleys, directly through to New
York and Philadelphia.
On and after Monday, May 17th,1858, trains
will. be ran an follows:
The Cit cinnati Express Train bound east on
N. Y. & Erie R. R. arrives at Great Rend at 8.15
a. in., and connects with the EXPRESS Train
which leaves Great Bend for New York and Phil'a
at . 8.30 a. tn.
Due at titontroge, s 9.05 :"
Tunkhannock, - 9.47 "
Factoryvillo, 10.10 "
Scranton, . 10 57 "
_ Moscow, 11.43 "
Stroudsburg, 1.35 p. m.
Delawarti,(ls minutes to dice,) 2,08 "
Bridgeville, Phil. (pass. leave) 2.40 "
• Junction, . .3.30 "
Now York, 7.15 " '
Philadelphia, 8.20 "
Passengers from N. Y., leave Pier
No. 2 North River, at 7.30 a. m.
From Phihidelphia, leave Walnut St, '
Wharf, at . 6.00 "
Leave Junction, 10.50 . "
Delaware, (15 min. to dinnt:r), 1260 m.
- Stroudsburg, 12.47 p. m
Moscow, 2.36 "
Scranton, - 3.15 "
Factorrille, . --- 4.05 "
Tur.khannock; ' 4.25 "
Montrose, . 5.08 "
Greet Bend. 5.40 "
Connecting at Great Bend with the
'Malt Train,' west, at • ,
Accommodation Train leaves Scram.
ton for Great Bend at
Arrive at Great Bend,
Connecting with the Duckirk Express, west,
at 1.55, and the N. Y. Express, east, at 2.35 p.m.
Refurning,leaves Great Bend at 2.40,
Due-at Scranton, '7.10 "
For the accommodation of way travel on the
Southern a'passeoger car swirl be at.
tached to the Express Freight Trains,leaving-
Scrantou, - • 5.00 a. in.
Due at Stroudsburg at 10.15 "
" JAnction at 2.10 p. in.
Returning, will leave Junction at 4.00 a.-tn.
Due at Stroudsburg at 7.20 "
" Scranton at 1.50 p. in.
Passengers for. New York will change cars
at Junction. .
-To and from Philadelphia, via B.D. R.R.,
leave or take' the cars at Bridgeville.
For Pittston, Kingston, and Wilkesbarre,take
L. & B. R. R., camat.Scranton.
For *JessupArchbald, and Carbondale, change
cars at Greenville. ,
Tickets aold,'ana baggage cheeked through.
Wiw. N. JENgs.Gen'l Ticket Agent.
May 13th, 1858. •
ILVE" Great Discovery of tie Aye. in,
IMPORTANT TO .
li• - A IL GUSTAV LINNARD'S Taste Restop,
atiie TrochOs,—.The Great Substitute for
Tobacco. it is a well known "and.incontroverii
'ble fact thSt,the use of tobacco is the promoting
cause of many of the most, severe
MENTAL AND PHYSICAL ,DISORDERS
to. which the race of man is subject, as careful
analysis and long and painful experience have
clearly proven that it containstertganarentic &
poisonous properties most dangereilir in their ef
fect's, which by entering the blood derange the
!unctions and operations of the. heart,,
many st,s "'oppose that orgin to be diseased: . •
TOBACCO affects also the entire nervous
system, manirestitt itself—as,all who have ever
used the weed will testify—in lassitude, nervous
irretibility, water brash, dispepsia, and many
Other disorders of a similar character. The
TASTE RESTORATIVE TROCHES
are designed to counteract these baneful influ
ences, awl have proved completely successful in
altitude of cases,fland wherever used. Being,
armless in themselves they exert a beneficial
effect upon the entire system, restoring the taste
which has become vitiated or destroyed by great
indulgence, completely reniovidg the irritation
and accompanying tickling sensation of the throat
—which are always consequent, 7 ntron abstaining
from the use of tobacco, and by giving a healthy
tone to the stomach, invigorate the whole system.
Persons who are irretrievably undermining their
'constitutions and shortening their lives, should
Ilse these troches immediately rind throw off the
injnrious & unpleasant habit of chevVing tobacco.
These troches or lozenges aro put up in a con
venient- and portable form at the low . price of 50
cents per box. A liberal discount to thestrade.
Prepared solely by the undersigned to whom
Lal! orders should be addressed.
JAS. E. BOWERS, Driiggist;
apTsfiy) Cor. 2d and 'Race-sts, Philada.
AFFLICTED READ !
GPLAFFIENBERG MEDICINES.- Vegetable Pills
Green Mountain Ointment, Sarsaparila
Compound, Children's Panacea, Eye Lotion. Po
wer an& Ague Remedy, Health Bitters, Dyse.
tary Syrup, Consumptive's Balm, Marzhall'i
Uterine, Catholicon, Dr. Libby's Pilo Ointment,
and Manual of Health.
Ayres Pills- and Cherry. Peet - orial, Tanner's
German Ointment, Trask's Magnetic Ointment,
Holloway's Ointment - and Pills, Davis' Pain
Killer, :Dr. Fitch's Heart Corrector, Bennett's
Root and Plant Pills, Soule's Sovereign Balm,
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, Rhodo's Fever
and Augue Cure, Merchant's Gargling Oil, Arni.
ea Lineament, Camphor, bastor Oil, Paregoric,
Aloes, Picera, Myrrh, Licorice, dtc &c., &c.
A new supyly justrecOved, to be kept constant ! .
ly on hand, for sale by I. N.SULLARD.
October, Ist ~18.56.
C. P. BAWLEY,
The =NATIONAL MERCHATT
A large Weekly at Sixty Cents, a Year.
IT contains a choice selection-el Literary mat
ler, Tales, Poetry, and a large amount of
commercial information. The reviews of the -
Markets and Bank Note Reports are,of them.
_selves worth more than the price of subscription.
and the paper itself, before it is printed, costs
more thatiwe ,ffet for it.
,For-Ten Dollars we. will send sixteen copies
of the Merchant and a copy of any - three dollar
magazine, such as Godey's Lady's Book, Gra
Specimen copies of the Merchant will be sent
any. address on the receipt of a postage stamp ;
Active young 411c1) wanted to canvass for the
paper, to whom a liberal commission be al . -
owed, that will amount in some cases to .eighty
dollars a month.
Address; S. E. ASHTON' & CO.,
National Merchant Wee, Philadelphia.
T''n . .. .
is to certify that the undersigned tit
used Manny'a Hower with Wood'ilinrove
ment, the past season, and are fully tuditined that
'it is a good machine, and We recommend it to
the farmers of this County As A profitable and
labor-aikitiag machine: -'' . " '
JERilliAll MIAMIAN, - A. Gittrrlit ' .'; •
Jou4 .lIAE non Ton. I..:atitimili,
M. 1 Ilsnatsanis, ' - T - .' I", •Piyurror '
Febinary 25,1868. _ ..• - '
For-Maehines apply to , tbe-andersitned Agent.
r, - ..T. C. D. LATHROP.'
Montrose, March Ist, 1858. , [mhl Hutt.
Patent Medicines, &c,
The Cheapest Paper in the World:,
Helmbold's Genuine Preparatioe;
Highly Concentrated Compound Plaid Extract
For . Diseases 'of the Bladder, Kidneys, Groye/-
Dropsy, Weaknesses, Obstructions, Secret
Diseases; Female Complaints, and a/1
Diseases alike Sexual Organs.
arising from - excesses and imprudence:tin life, and
removing all Jut proper discharges from tire blad
der, kidneys; or sexual' organs,. whether existing
in MALE tifß FEMALE,! from whatever cease
they may have originated, and no matter of how
longstanding, giving health and vigor to the
frame, and bloom to the pallid cheek.
JOY TO TEE--AFFLIOTED
It•cures nervous and debilitated! sufferers; and
removes all•the symptoms, among which will be
found indisposition to exertion, toss of power,loss
of memory, difficulty of breathing, general weak
ness, horror of disease,. senk nerves, trembling,
-dreadful horror of deatb,,night sweats, wild feet,
wakefulness, dimness !of Vision, la n gu or-riaiversal
lassitude of the museulacsystem, often enormous
appetite, with dyspeptic symptoms, hot hands,
flushing of the bedy, dryness of the skin, pallid
countenance and eruptions on the face,pain in the
back, heaviness of the eyelids, frequently black
spots flying before the eyes, with u temporsrY
.surusion and loss of sight;want of nttention,great
mobility, restlessness, with horror of eociely.—
Nothing is more desirable to such patients than
solitude. and nothing they more dread for, fear of
themselves; no repose of manner,no earnestness,
no 'speculation, but slurried transition frdm one
question to another.
These symptoms, Wallowed to go on—which
this medicine invariably removes—soon follows
loss of power, fatuity and epileptic fits—in one
'of which the patientmay expire.. Who can say
that these excesseiare not frequently followed ,
by those direfuidiscases—insanity and consump
tion The,recardS of the insane asylums, and.
the melancholy deaths by consumption best am •
pie ivitness to the truth of these aseertinns. In
lunatic asyldms the most melancholy exhibition
•apPears. The countenance is actualiy sodded&
quite destitute—neither mirth or g,rietever
its it. Should a sound of the veiee occur,-.it 15
"Witli'woeful measures wan despair
Low sullen sounds his grief beguiler'
Debility is the most terrible! and has brought
thousands to untimely graves, thug blasting the
ambitiOn of many noble youths. Tt can be cured
by the uso of this
INFII.i.IBLE R E II F. D V .
If you are suffering with any of the above dis
tressing aliments, the Fluid Extract Buehu will
cure you. Try it and be convmeed of its efficacy.
Fir Beware of quack nostrums and quack dec-'
tors, who falsely. hoastof abilities and referenees.
Citizens know and‘svoid them, and save long'sn f.
tering, money, and exposure, by sending or call
ing fora bottle of this popular and specific rent
edy. It allays all pain and inflornmation, is per
fectly pleasant in its taste aid odor; but immedi
ate in its action. • -
• - HELMBOA'A EXTRACT BUCHU
Is prepared directly according to the rules - of
Pharmacy and Chemislry, with the greatest ac
eurecy and chemical knowledge and care devo.;
ted in its combination. See.ProfesSor Pewees
valuable works on the practice of physic, and
most:of the late standard works Of medicine.
Fir, o One hundred•dollars will
be paid ! to any physician' who can prove that the
medicine ever injured a patieot;and the testimony
of-thousands can be produced to prove that it
does great good. Cases of from one week to
13 years' standbys have been effeeted. 2 The mass
of voluntary testimony in possession of therPro
prieter, vouching its !virtues and curative powers,
is immense, embracing natnes 'well known. to'
Science and Fame,
8.80 a. m
12 20 p. m
100,000 Bottles harebeen 'sold and not a
single_instance of failure has been reported , . t _
Persohally appeared before me, an Alderman
of the City of Philadelphia, H. T. Ilelmbold,
Chemist, whoTheing duly sworn dries, say, 'that
his preparation eon - talus 00-Nareotie, Merest*. or
injurious Drng. bat is purely Vegetable. --
H. T. Helmbold, SoleiManufacturer.
Sworn and subsetibed bc;fore me this 23d day of
Nov 1854. Wm \ P. lIIBBARH, Alderman.
- Price $1 per Bottle, or six for $5. delivered
to any address. accompanied by reliable and res.
ponsible certificates from Professors of-Medical
Colleges, Clergymen, and others. ,Prepared and
sold by • H. T. HELMBOLD,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, •
No. 52 South 10th-st.. below Chetttnut,-,Aasem
sbly-Buildings, Philadelphia, Pa. . .!
Fir To be had of all Druggists and; Dealers
in the I.T.S..:Canadas,•nnil British Provinces..
Beware of Counterfeits. Ask for Helmbold's
—take no other. Cures marantied.
Sold in Montrose by ABEL TURBELL, Agent.
lan. 20, '58.—1 y.
A Benerolent Institution, established by special
endowment fir the relic( of .the sick and dis.
tressed,a . fflictedwithVirulent Epidemic diseases.
TO ALL PERSONS afflicted with , Sexual
Disease', such as Spehnattirrhira,,Seminal
Weakness, Impotence, Gonorilim9, Gleet;Syphi
lis,the Vice, of °denim:it, or self abuse, &e., &c.
The Howsito AssottaTiox,in view of, the
'awful destruction of human life, caused by Sexu
al diseases, and the dedeptions practised upon
the unfortunate victims of such diseases \by
Quacks, several years ago directed their Con.
suiting Surgeon, as a CHARITABLE ACT' worthy of
their name,•to often a Dispensary for the treat
ment of thys class of diseases, in all their forms,
and to give 111Entcar.Aovjcn GRATIS, 41-311 Who
apply by later, with a description of their con.
dition, (age, occupationitabits of life, &c.,) .and
. 01 - extreme poverty, to furnish .mrdicines
free of charge. It is needless to add that the
Association commands the highest medical skill
of the age. and will furnish the most improved
The Directers on review of trie - p4t, 'feel
assured that their Islaors in-this sphere of benevo
rent effort, have been of s .great benefit to . the
4*ffiicted; especially to the young, and they have
received to devote themseiscia, with renewed
zeal, to'this very important but muctf-deipised
Just published by the Association. a Report
on Sperniatorrhma or Seminal Weakness. the
Vie° of Onanism;' Masturbation or Stlf-Abuse,
and other diseases of the sexual organs, by the
. Surgeom which will be sent by
mail (in a sealed letter envelope,) Fnet of
CHARGt, on the receipt of TWO STAMPS for pos
tage. . •
Addiess, for Report or Treatment, Dr. George
R: Calhoun, ConstiltingSnriebri, Howard-Am
ciatien,No. 2 SouthtNintri Street, Philadelphia,
Pa. illy order of We liireetors.
EZRA; D. HARTWELL Pielident
GEORGE FAIRCHILD, -S ecretary.
Oct. 15th; 1837. • • - • • fly
On annenemt find fn. Premature• Decline.
Just Pithlilted, Oraiii,the 20th' Thb *rd. .
. A FEW WORDS on the rational-treatment,
without Medicine ; of Spermafo rrli ea - or Lo
cal Wealiness;VoctUrnal Emissions, Genital and
Nervous Debility, Impoteocy,and impediments to
Marriage generally, by- D. Dr. LANEY, Id, D.
The important fact that the many alarming
complaints, eriginiting. in the imprudence and
solitude of youth,_ may easi IV . removed WITH
OUT TdEPIC(NE, is in this soiall,:tract; Clearly
demonstrated; and the' entirely new add highly
esuccesful treatment, as adopted by the 'Mawr,
fully esplained i by means - of which every-6101s
enabled to sure HIMSELF perfectly :and. at the
least Possible cost, thereby avoiding all the ad
vertised [rostrums of the day.'
"Se"nt to any 'address, gratis and Root free in a
'seatetlenvelope, by remitting (post paid) two
postale stamps to Dr. DE LANEY, 83 East-31rit
street,New 'York City. -. • to.
5149:E . 11.0
rllO bIOTIIERS, WIVES & DAUGHTERS.
Dr. , ILA-LAMONVS Periodidal Conipoutid.
:The moat-beneficial-and successfil TEMALE MED
4crwc nowlin.tioic or known; for. all cases of die.
'ordered, obstructed or' suppressed. Menstruation,
- Lueorrhout, Female Weakness &c. Ladies who.
have been disappointed in the.use.of Female s Pills
dro , can put the utmost confidence in this Corso
-pound, it is infallible in the cure ofall the above
maned complaints. • It will be sent, by to
any addreis byenclosing SS'to any authorized
agent. Prepared by .R.l , ANDREWS,.BufraIo
N: Y.'.' For sale by BENTLEY, READ &CO.,
and druggists generally. [may 13'58- I y
flt_l)j °Rime Ptmorrat,
Puttustiso ENTRY THURSO Y BY
ANDREW S. arammaTSON.
Terms.-41.50 per annum if paid in a&
Vance, $2.00 if paid within the year, or $2.54
if not paid until the end of the year or period
of subscription. Advance payment solicited.
Discontinunnees optional with the Publisher
until all arrearages are paid.
Hates of Advertlein
One square, (10 lines,) 3 weeks o less, $l.OO
Each subsequent insertion, 25
One square one year, $B.OO, two iters $12.00,
three squares $16.00, four squares $20.00.
Business Cards of six lines 153.00 per year.
Job Work of all - kinds exented neatly
and promptly. Blanks-always On hand.
January Ist., 1858.
_, 9 •
REPRESENTS A CAPITA L) 0.1:' OVER
4000 1000 1 4
For Fire, Marini, Life, and became.
Office, New Milfori4 Pa.
January I,t3th, 1858. ly*
Dr. H. Smithat 80n,
Q URGEON DENTISTS. Reaidenu) and of.
0 flee opposite The Baptist thumb (north side)
Montrose. Particular attention isp. be given
to inserqng teeth on gold and oilier plate, and
to filling decaying teeth. •.f
'January Illth s .lBsB. 1y".
WM. VT. SMITH,* CO.,
Cabinet, and Chair Maitufactur
ers, foot of Maia Street. Moutrose, Pa.
- ABEL TIIBBELL, moN4,ROBE;TA
Dealer in Drugs, Medicine#; Chemicals .
Dye Stuffs, Glass-ware, Paints, Oils; Varnishes.
Window Glass, Groceries, Fancy Goods, Jew.
elry,Perfumery, &c.—. And Agent for all the
most popular Patent }Medicines.
Fasliiouabic Tailor—SEKlß : near the
Baptist Meeting House, on—Turipike street.
IStrintrose, Pa. arit
Pa. Office in the
Physician and Surgeon, has perms.
netly located hiniself at Bruhn4ville, Susq'a
County, Penn'a, and - will promptly attend to all
calls with which he may be favore i d. - •
Nay, 1856—n22. ,
• HAYDEN BROTHERS, - •
New Milford , Pen t
Wholesale dealer in But Ons, Combs.
S,nspenders, Threads, Fancy Goods.
WatetieS, Jewelry, Silverand Plat4d Ware, Cut;
lery, , FiShing Tackle, Cigars, &c. Ate. ,
Merchants and• iedlars, Aupplio on liberal
WM, HAYDEN, TRACY HAYDEN,
JOHN HAYDEN, GEO• ' HAYDEN. :
DR. E. F. WILMOT, .
induate - of_the Allopathic and_ Borneo
',rabicc Colleges of Medicine 'is not . per
toaneotly located in Great. Bend l a. 4 -
April Ist.. 1856. .
Fas . h tenable Tailior„•• Shop first door
north of the Farmer's
Chartered by the Stale of Pfnney4 , ania
-. CAPITAL, 300.000 DOLLARS.
Insures against lo” or damage b)I tire, *on buil
dings, furniture, and merchandise generally.
Losses adjusted by arbit i ration, where
the parties nil to agree. ..,01 • •
11. A. Mintz, • I
H. Kin be r, Fre i
William Wallace; Eli
Sauiuel Dyer, Th
. H: KR AI3ER,
D. STRICKLER. Secretary
• 0. S. BEEBE; Agent, 31
February 2d. 1858.
- Charter Pespitual: Granted by
Fire, Marine and Inland
A ARON S.. LIYPINCOTT
\V t. A: RHODES, Vic
A LIMED - WEENS Secretary.
Aaron S. Lipincott, Charles
IVrn, A. Rhodes, Alfred '
WM: Neal, ,
Charles J. Field, James P
Ojire No. 10 . Merchanli
• A. N. DULLARD, Agent,,Ml
fil 114-UN El NE -
MONT R 0 S '-, P A.
J, tr HE subscriberdmiing purchased.
.1. refitted and newl3t furnished the
II" ;C. above well ,known and popular Hotel.
eraeL r .
—..--- is prepared to accomruedate the trav
eling public and others with all attentions
aritt - ipiVenienees nsnally loon in first-class
ffouges. "No : effort will 'be spare by the Pre
prietor: and his Assistants toeke, the - Ho:el
equalin every point to any in the country.
-The Bar will always be supplied with toe
Choicest Liquors., '
.The - Stables. connected wit
a. t this, House
are large, roomy
-and convenient, dtateftil and
attentive Hostlera are always in carge of them.
' J. S. ARBELL.
' "Montrose; May 136,:18513.1 .
- -, . ..
U - E 1W 0 iT.4 I, .-
Mae Sadille,:iparness sod Trook.Shop of
(:Jog l • KTIDIII.ASII
Is REMOVED tattle building tently occu
pied C.C. Hollister, on Main 1,., .one door
above S., S. Mott's . , where he will i, be ' happy to
wait on all who may favor him with their patron
Jan. 20th, 1858,.--4c..
11DAINTS in Tubes, Brushes, Ti*Ft, Copper and
Silver Foil, Glass Slabs and Mailers,
Lithographs, dm, at the Store of 1
Montrose, Dec. MI, 1857. I
''.. ...... .. ATOTWITI STANDING,
---"---- ni .6 tiara tiro • s," Abel Tor
, ,i i i t (
~........, roll's variety of selected
- ill r '' - goods, keeps . p No: I, and
S ho is constantly receiving
accessions, every few days.
„Pl..S.les as low as
- the - lowest. • .
sykaNGE: Adapted to‘the di '1
of thin fond of instrument. , is
the best in market. Alio, a
other Instruments,, for viiitcour par
k4irby Druggists;'' not neeessnrY I
For sale at'thoprog Store of
TE Gri.vrs-rs ELECTRAC
remedy for Rhe,inathim, NS 1
• finis, Stiff Jo i nts; Pains, itc: 'Also, n
Patat b(edininea in . mark'
a remedy for every Ohmage to whi
}eat. For Sale by. ABEL
E C 0.,,
. Salt zback,
111 . 'lice Co.
the' Stale of
• ' •or SELF
!drnittea to bo
s, t variety of
l• ease, usually
IL, the great
Lame , _
:4tly all'of the
i• neer In Nab-