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T- ii 0f v. c m
iot s, ,
to be awarded , at the Susquehanna County
Agrieultural Eihibitionfor the year . 1858.
11 trli. S E S.
CLASS I. STALLIONS AND MAKES. ..
Best StAiOns and 3of bis,colts; Di.
ploma =and ' . 5
2d best, AMer.Agricultarist and: 3
3d beSt; Albany Cultivator and - ' 2
Best Stallion - which has not stood in the
County prior to this year, Diploma and
Lindsay's History of Morgan Horses. - •
Best Brood Mare'and colt, Yonatt - ortllor- .
sea and , . - • 3
Id best, Allen's Domestic Animals and 2
•3d best, Lind Say's Morgan Horses and 1
Judges. - Wm. C. Ward, I.3en.i. Ayres, and
Dr. L-13. Lathrop. : , 1 ~ ' -=, .
CLASS 11. SINGLE AN - D
MATCH EIS IiORSES, A: COLTS.
All animals competing in this Class to be
raised in tbe county. - -
Best single gelding or mare, ove 4. years -
- old, Dadd's Anatomy - and Physiology of
the Horse, with colored plate. -,
24 best, Youatt on Horses, land 2
3d best, Alb. Cult., and .. ..._:1
Best pair of. matched llors,o, (geldings or
'mares), over 3 years,old,Stepheds Book
of the Farm.-- _
2d belt, Dadd's Anat. and Physiology of
Best pair of three year old *Colts, 3
&I t wo 11
. 14, , 2
• " yearling , • -,, ........
13 7 est pair of Mules, 3
2d best, -
Judges :. Simeon Lewis,lsrael Stebbins
and Dr. C: Leer.
" C l'. TI, E-. - -
- CI. SES 1,. +DEVON'S. ,', •
Best Devon Bull, 2, years -old or upwards.
Country Gent., and . .. 5. , :3
. 2d best,.Amer. Agr.,'and..... 2
Best Devon Bull, between 1 andv2 years,
Youatt on Cattle, and, - 2
2d best, Mb. Cult., and . 1
Best Devon Bull, under 1 year, . 1
Best Devon Cow, a years-old or upwards, •
Am. Farmer's Encyclopedia. , - • .
i'd best, . .'. ' 2
Best Dei'on Heifer, between 2 and 3 yrs.
old, Country_Gent., and - . -\ 1
2d best. Alb. Cult., and...:.. - - 1
Judges : Thomas Nicholson, S. W. Breed
and George Walker.
CLASS 11. punnAms'
Best Durham Bull, 2 years old or Upwards,
CZuntry Gent., and • -1„ -s ' • $3
' 24, best, Ame;.,Agr.,and 2
BestcPurbam Bull, betw. rand 2 yrs. old,
Youatt on Cattle, and • / • 2
2di best, Alb. Cult., and - 1
Best : burbam-Bull, under one Tear, 1
Best purham Cow, 3 - yrs,old and upwards,
Am. Farmer's Encycropedia.
2d best, ' ',. 2
Best bu'rhatn 'Heifer, betw. 2 and 3 years-
old. Country Gent., and.
2d best, _ alb. Cult., and
. 1 - nclges: "tarry Sulith,Abnet Griffis,David
CLASS lIF 1511A15ES AND',NATIVES.
Best Bull, Amei. Aar., and- .S 2
2d best, " " 1
Best Cow, over - 3 yrs. old, Am. Farmers -.
.2d best f . Country Genf., and - 1
3d-best, Amer. Agr., and
4th best, : 1
B6st heifer, betw. 2 and 3 yrs old,Country
Gent., - and , 1
2d best, Amer. Agr., and .. 1
-3d best, Alb. Cult.
•Beste4 .Stephen's Book Of the •
2d best, Youa‘tt on Cattle, and •
best,'Allen's Dom. Animals, -and... 1
Best 5 Cakes, Stephen's Book of the Farm.
2d best, Youatt. on Cattle, and 2
3d best, Allen's-Dom. Animals, and .
;fudges : CD. Lathroi, Latham Gardner,
Eri Gregory. _ ,
CLASS IV. OXEN AND stmts. '
Best 8 yoke from any toun,B eopies of Amer.
2best, 8 copies of Alb. Cult.
Best pair of working oxen,. ovet 4 years old,
raised in the county, a libra - ry of Agricul
tnral Books, ; worth
-2d best, Youatt on Cattle, and -
3d best, Allen's Dom. Animals, and ...• 2
4tb best, Alb; pultiv., and 1.
'Best pair of Steers, betw. 3 and 4 rrs.
raised in the.connty, Stephen's Book of
the Farm. - •
2d hest, Amer. [Agr i ., afid ' 2
3,11.4 . Amer'. Agri and - - 1 -
Best pair of Steers, between 2 and 3 years •
old,"raised in •
the count,y,Stephen's Book
4. 4 •
of Farm. '
2d best, Amer. Agr., and 2
- 3d best, " " " 1
Judges : Wm. L. Post, Jno. Ilarington,
and Miner Turrell. -
H 0 G .
Besi.Boir, Youatt on Hogs, and..
.2d best, - - 4 Amer. Agr., and -
Best-Breeding Sow„ Youatt, and.
2d bet, Amer. Agr., and
_ 3d best, Alb. Cul tiv., ands
Best 4 spring pigs Youatt, and..
,2d best, Amer. Agr., and ........
Best. 4 pigs less than . 10 wks. old, Youatt,
. and -
2d best, Amer. Agr., and
. -judges : Hyde Crocker, M. Kane, sr., sud
E. G. Babcbck.
S II E E. P
Bet fine woole . (.1 Buck,..Youatt's- Shepherd's
Book, and t
2d best, Amer. Aar, and ....
Best 3 fine Wooled - Ewes,- Randall's Sheep
llnsbaodrv,! awl - • 2
red.-best, Amer - . At,rr, and 1 -
'Best 3 fine wooled faint's, Counq 6ent.
Best •coarse wooled Buck, Youatt's Shep
herd's Book, and 1
2d best; Amer. Agr., and • 1'
• Best 3 coarse wooled Ewes,Randall's Sheep
Husbandry, and \ 2
2d best, Amer. Agr, and s . 1
Best 3 coarse wooled Larnbs,Country Getit.
Best middle wooled Buck,- Youatt's Shep
herd's Book, and .
. Ed best; Amer. Agr .
Best 3 middle wtibi l ecl Ewes, Ratida.ll's
Sheep Husbandry, and
• 24a best, Amer. Aar.; and
Best 3 middle wooled - Lambs, Country.
Liecesters; Bakewells,, &c., are classed as
eoarse wooled, Saxony, Merino, dm r , \as fine
wooled, and 'Soot& Downs, &c., as 'middle
Judge.: Mos: . P.'Foinney, Cu}. J. Wat
lous, and Merritt Mott. -
BCTTER AND. CHEESE
E'est'llkin of 'butter made in June, Butter
k nit s'--o: , rtfi'it3.oo, rind • - t 2
2 dbes%.lttii worth $2.08i and. .... • 2
sd beit, a .. a a 1.
4tll hest, " 44 " . or 2
Best firkin of butt,:r., made in fall, knife, •
worth $3.08, anti..., _ 2
2d best,- knife, worth 5,...., 10 and . • 2
3d best, i"- •'. -, .
4.11 best is" - 1 -7 " or. -.. • •
Best 10 .pounds of butter made by agirl
under 18 years, knife, w0rtb.......
from' . 2
For largest quantity of butter_ peroe m ,
any number of Cows, COUntryllient.,st i a iii
2.1 largesj, Amer. Agr., and ..... ..
Nat Cheese, not less than . 25 pounds,
Amer, Agr., and
• 2d best, Alb. Cultic.. and
Judges : Henry McKinney Urbane Bur
rows, and E. McKinzie.
FRUIT, CIDER, VIN GAP, VEGTAB
- LES, HONEY AND SUGAR.;
Best Fall Apples, not less than I bushel and
at least 3 varieties, Downing's Fruit Cult
Id best, $l.
Best Winter Apples, not less 'tVc,l2lowning's
Fruit Culturist. • '
Best Pears, not less than one peck, Amer,
Befit Quinces, Mb. Cultiv. _
Best Cider Vinegar, not less than 2 gals. 3
Best and greatest variety of Vegetables,... 2
Best-10 pounds maple sugar, 2
..2d best, .1
Best-10 pounds Iloney,Quinby on Freehand 1
.2d hest, • 1
Judges : F. Itt. Hall, A. H. 'Patrick; and
Martin -Newman. •
CABINET WORK CARRIAGES, AND
Best exhillioti of cabihet work... - .
. - • ..t
Best carriage, single or double,
.2d - best, -
For the best lot of 0 hot se sboes,
The Horse'sFoothow to keep it sound and 1
2d best,.....Horse's Foot, ikc:, and 50 cts.
.Tudges—G. Z. Dimock, D. D. Hinds, and
Win. F. Lathrop.
- FARM IMPLEMENTS.
For bestplow, , $1
For best cultiVatpr, 2
For best corn sbeller,2
For best straw - cutter, '2
For - best power for churning... :.. .. ; .... 2
For best 3 firkins, 2
For best horse rake,2
For best barrow, 2
Judges—C. ,Cartnalt; A. Cassedy, Rufus
Best bushel• of corn, (ears,)..l.
Best 1 , .bushel of wheat,
Best ; bushel of rye,...
Best j. bushel of clover seed,....
Best bushel of timotbv seed, 2
Best bushel of flaxseed, 1
Judges—G. C. Lyman, Henry S. Searle,
Best 3 sides ofharness, leather,
2d best, -
Best 2 sides of sole leather,..
Best 3 sides of upper leather,
24 best,— . -
Best carriage' harness,:
2d best, -
13;3st pair of fine boots,
Best pair of common boots,
Judges—Cvras W. Bard, • fames Mead
For best Flannel not less than 10 yards,..s2
2d best,' 1
For best-fulled cloth not fe.ss than 5 ards, 2
2d best, 1
For be woolen carpet not less than 15 y'ds, 3
24 best, • 2
For best raL , carpet not less thap 15 yaill, 3
2d best, • • 2
For best .1- dozen pair of woolen socks,.... 2
2ii best, 1
For best 2 pa'l'r of woolen mittens, 1
2d best, 50 ets.
Judiirs-:-Mrs. John Harringon, Mrs„ F. B.
Coon, Mrs. John Blanding. . , •
ORNAMENTAINEEDLE WORE, &c.
For 1 t patch work quilt,
For best quilt of any other kind,.....
For best winter bonnet,
For best ladies &toque, 1
,hidges:—Mrs. F.M.Williarns, Mrs. A.L.Post,
and Mise Matilda Wright.
Test 3 turkeys, 'Country Gentleman.
2d best i $1
Best 6 fowls 1 year old,..Country Gentleman.
Best 6 spring clickens,...Amer. Agr. and $1
2d best,..- 1
Best 6 ducks, . Amer. Agr. and I
Ed Albany Cult. and 50 eta.
Judges—Myron Baldwin, James W. Chap-
Man, and Henry Sherman. -
• • To the; farmer whose' products are the
greatest (hay included) in proportion to the
number of acres under cultivation, taking into
account the stock kept on his farm during
the sehson,a library of agricultural boOks worth
$5 and cash $5. To the next $5. Report to
be made to Executive Committee previous to
the January meeting.
Bestmlowing,;....Coubtry Gentleman and .1,3
2d best, . Amer. Agr. and 3
. 3d best, • 3
4th best, 2
best,. • 1
Judges and Committee of Arrangements to
be appointed when -place is decided upon.
The Executive Cominittee in offering pre
miums to be awarded have in some respects
changed the . mode heretofore adopted, prin
cipally by offering Books - and Agricultural
Papers for a portion of the premiums. If any
person shall be awarded the same book or
paper twice he shall be at liberty to substitute
any book or paper of equal value, and if any
person to whom a money premium shall be
awarded, shall so desire, be shall be at-ligrty
to select any book of the same : value fOr
- premium. •
The Comrni'ee trust that the plan-of dis
tributing books and agricultural papers of
value among.the Farmers of this County may
give satisfaction to the members of The So
ciety, and prove an advantage to the Society
. both present and future.
The. premium list has - been considerably ex-.
tended in those deOytments in which most
interest is felt, ? and some new premiums offered.
Proposals are tett:nested. from different
',towns tlesiring the plowing match to be held
I in their vicinity, to be made by the 3d Tues
day in August to Ms. Baldwin at Montrose.
• F., M. WILLIAMS,
ALFRED BALDWIN, C om mittee.
SAM'L CARM ALT, `ee'
~n (entire jtchr zacli!
At the Old Stand of Lathrop & Co.
LATHROP & DeWITT
'DEG leave to announce to the public in gen
seal that they are now opening one of the
largest SipeKs of 3IERCHANDISE over - :offered in
Montrose. Comprising Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hard-Ware, Crockery, &c., &,c, &c., which they
propose to sell at the LOWEST cars nacEs.
Those are real Facts.
We wish to demonstrate to the , public the
difference between buying Gonda for Fenn. and
ON TIME. LATHROP & DEWI7I'.
MontroNe,,April 26th, 1858.
E Y/ .0 IV'E N
U. kV . -
I- B HE R
TURREL - L
itnod from Nes , York, with a
oiceitariety of Goods, bought
tea's(' with muclicare, from
best Houses in — New York,
,his customers and the public
sh. His stock comprises:
It U G S ,
S S—W A It E,
C. K E R Y.,
It R - 0 It 8 ,
I OIL STIADES,
E L R - Y ,
( .. G 0 0 D -S , '
N,E W A'R E,'
[OO M 8 ,
N E I
' II I P S ,
M. Pll E N E ,
c 0 wo 14,
L'Quoßs, , _ _
HAS just reti
large had el
for cAsn, and fly
over thirty of th'
which he offers t.
al low prices-for.
I 1" A
B I It
C A - N
S 1121 - ULDER, BRACES,
P 0 R T M O.N A. I E S,
SP I- C T• A -C L E S ,
SILVER & PL 'TED SPOONS, FORKS, &e.,
_ -• GOLD - PENS,
ST TIONERY ' „ '
VIOLIN TRINGS, BOWS, &e.„
And all of the most popular '
'Thankful for I. °liberal patronage hitherto re.
eeived, he hop to merit a continuance and
large i.rease o the same. -
. , ABEL TURRELL.
llif ont rose, Dec lat .1857. , ,
'alt I c Siitt I
N, Wholesal/ Salt Dealer,—
ng,ton Streetgdirectly 'opposite
•et,) still continues to loffer to
try trade,,ll kinds of foreig,n .
lt,.at the very lowest figures;
nos, consisting in part of All
- fbr table and - dairy use,
G • . tilt t
EO. W. MA
the city and coa
coarse and . fine s i
Marshall's, - Brownlow's, Sze.;
a Turks Island, Bunares, Cu
b, el. Cadiz, Ivica, Nantes, &c.;
be sold at bargain prices from
qishing to select from a good
nd it to his interest to call.
Jeffrey - & Darcy,
and 50000 bristle
ratoa, St. libem,
all of which will
vessels, store tin,
assortment will i
N. B.—Fine t..ble sOt put up in small bags of
different sizes, a d constantly on hand in ship
ping order. ;Al.. o a splendiA article of Rock
Grounesalt, in .wart-Loses. put up and for sale
by the quantity, n e.ases.of five dozen each.
New York, A ril Ist. 1858.-Iv*
' For Cash and Prompt Six Months' Buyer!,
Would invite httention to his new Stock of
SPRING SUMMER GOODS 1
TCTST received including, as usual, a great
J . variety of Ladies Dress Goods in Prints,
Ginghaml, La% 's, Robes, Challies, Bateges,
Poplins rind Si ks; Broche, Stella, Silk and
Cashmere Shaw s; Mantillas, Parasols, Rich
Ribbons, Bovin4ts and Flowers, Broadcloths,
Cashmeres and Summer Stuffs, with a full va
riety of other
STAPLE - AND FANCY GOODS
Including Groceries, Crockery, Hardware, Stoves,
Iron, Steel, Nails, Hats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes, Carpeting, Floor Oil Cloths, Painted
Windovi. Shades,Wall Paper, Clocks, Drugs,
Oils, Paints, &c.l, &e.
The entire Stock having. been bought for
CASH, and at Panic Prices, will be sold at the
LOWEST FIGUREE I , to CASH and PROMPT SIX
MONTHS' Buyi t rs.•
N. 8.---Sa and Flou constantly on
,ew Milford, May, 12th, 1858.
FOR EVERY BODY!
grill - 9 I
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hge - -
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value. We pret r to make this liberal distribu
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mission to age ,ts, giving to the subscriber the
amount'that w.uld go to the agent, in many
cases a hundred fuld more.
111 A. at
suit. Call a-ad be
nli communications to
NIEL ADEE, publisher, _
11 Centre Street, New York
E assortment of GROCERIES
C. P. & O. M. Havnty's.
:hutment& and Vostinga, vtry (le
es, at prices that cannot fail to'
convinced. C. Wt )lOTT.
S. n SAYRE & BROTHERS
ARE NOW RECMING
orb $13:01Y of gll 4 ri 4 •
tiolVlnNiVait GO 010 Mo
WHICII for Cash OrProdace can he bonkht
WALL PAPER. A select assortment just
• S. H. SAYRE & BROTHERS.
S. GN. Bnrgnins-ofrerect 3)
H. SAYRE & BROTHERS
PLOWS. We invite the attention of Farmers
to the celebrated Peekskill° Plows which
we have added to our large assortment.
S. H. SAYRE & BROTHERS,
Proprietorsiof •Eagle Foundry.
Montrose. April 29th, 1858. 18tf.
STOVES! STOVES!! STOVES !! !
(NUR. Stoves havelyeen so thoroughly tried
to the entije satisfamion of all, that they
need no recommend from as.
S. H. SATRE & BROTHERS:
sarmers' glettanis '
N. W. Corner Second and Walnut Stteots,
• T.Pwatahazcia.opLaaag -
CAPITAL. $1,250,000. •
This Companji ejects Filv Insurance on
Buildings, Goods, Ftrnilure, &e.
Marine Insuraneenn Vessels, Cargo
TO ALL PARTS OF TUE WORLD.
Inland Insurance on . Goods by Rivers, Lakes,
Canals, Raili4r.ds, and Land Carriage,
to all Varts of the Union up. .
• on the most favora
ble terms. •
GEO. 11:" ARMSTRONG, TROS. MANDERFIELD,
CHAS/A. RUDINCAN, EDW . ]) R. HELMBOLD,
GEORGE lIELMBOLD, F. CAR'LL BREWSTER
411 ES E. NEAL, ISAAC LEACIH, JR.
THOMAS B. FLORENCE, President.
EDWARD R. i!ELM BOLD, Secretary.
Office, New Milford, - Pa.
January 18th, 1858.
GROCERIES, Crimkery, Hardware and
ear.; :.st other articles to numerous to men
tipn,—a.- which shall be sold Cheap for Cash
or Ready Pay. s C. W. -MOTT.
E. W. PHELPS'
ATE COMBINATION BEEHIVE.
A SIJItE ,protection againsf Moths, Mice, and
1 - 1 all enemies Of the Bee. Highly approved
for the last_b years by the most intelligent Bee
Keepers in the western and eastern States.
REFER. ENCES.—J. S. Gregory and J. 11. Ber
tholf, Monroe, Orange Co., N. Y.; J. E. North,
Candor, Tiega Co., N. Y.: H. •M. More, Painted
Post,N. Y Samll Kidder, J. C. Eltonomand
A. C. Ely, Elmira, N. Y.; John Bell, Newark,
N. J.; Frederick Fritz, Easton, Pa.; Hiram Hull,
Westfield, Mass.: Fleury Elliman, Addison, N. Y.,
and Abijah,Wetls, Gibson, D. L. Hine, Elarford,
G. C. Birdsall, Jackson, and B. Clifford,
Susq'a Co. Pa.
It may be used as a swarming or nomswarm
ing hive, the surplus honey and comb can be re
moved without injuring the bees. It is very
convenient for feeding bees, and prevents all
danger from robbrs ; it is also the cheapOst pa.
tent hive now. in use. A hive with two seetions
costs $2,75, three seoions $3,50, made of the
best pine lumber, and can be had at all times
of B: F. Wulaid; Elmira, N. Y., or of the under
sinned in Gibson.
..For 'making and using, $:5, hive and right $B.
I will sell town rights, haying bought the right
for tke county. With every hive and rightly,
give'a book instructing he* to manage it. Mt
hive was at our County Fair last fall and took
the-premium, with the bees and honey in it. I
warrant every hive I sell to-give satisfaction, or
refund the money after fair trial.
Gibson,Susn'a Co., Pa., Jan..Bl„h, 1358. tst*
o@qD Y.E.t0212 211
AT - THE HEAD OF NA WUATION,
AND examine the choice stook of Spring
and Summer Goods, just opened
for Examination and SALE, az. very lokfigsures by
• - - - - -C. W. MOTT.
STELLA, Cashmere, and DeLain Shawls at
very low prices by C. W. MOTT.
HATS and Calk ,of the newest stylea,in s
great variety by C. W. MOTT
PRINTS in abundance by
C. W. BIOTT
El BASS "loops, Hosiery, Gloves, Belts
etc., etc.: by C. W. MOTT.
D ROWN.and 13Iue Sheeting and WI-tins—
.", Shirting, Stripes, Ticks, Denims. Summer
Stuff's, &c., &c., as lowzis can be n fro rdecrin this
market. - C.- V. 'MOTT.
XTOTICE is hereby given that the firm of
.1.11 'HAWLEY & GUILD is this day dissolved by
Gibson, Aug. 17 1857. E. E. Gump
The books and accounts can be found at the
store formerly occupied by the subscribers.. All
persons having unsettled ticeonnts 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. & O.
M. HAWLEY, who are constantly receiving from
New - York and Philadelphia, the latest styles of
Falls and Winter Dry Goodie, Clo
thing' Ace., all of-which will bo sold at a very
small profit for ready pay,
Gibson, Aug. 3lst, 1857. C. P. HAWLEY,
Farm for .Sale. -
THE subscriber offers for sale a Good Farm
of 95 acres in Bridgewater, four miles east
of Montrose, 70 arre's improved. - There is on
the premises a large framed Dwelling House, a
good framed Barn, an excellent Apple Orchaid
One half of the purchase money will be required
down; the balance in annual instalments.
Bridgewater, August 19th, 1857. , 33tE
Still They Come!
T"largest stock of MEDICINES ever before
kept in this market may be found'at the
7.4". P. I er£3TCDP. .
It will be useless to:enumerate. When you
wish anything in the Patevt Medicine line, or
otherwise, call at the Farmer's Store. Don't for
get. the place, down 'town. R:THAYER.
Montrose, March 3d, 1858.
r 7 COBB offers to the public, at prices that
cannot fail to suit, a Linoz and SuPrawn
at the old well known establishment formerly oc
cupied by Oliver Crane:
SUGAIM±, TEAS, COFFi, SPICES, FRUIT, FLOUR,
and :SALT (by the sack or barrel,) Fisn, and all'
articles found in first class groceries.
The attention of rsaitsas is solicited to a
superior quality of GRAIN and Gii.443.3.- SEED
which'the undersigned has on hand and' for sale.
CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEED, and good SEED
WHEAT sold at ,very low rates for CASH. As I
mean to merit,' hope to receive, a liberal share
of public patronage. • , Z. COBB.
Montrose, March 3d , 1853. [3m.
C. j 3. HAWLEY,
'gtaa r gagEgil
New Rail'Road Route,
Delaware, Lackawanna& WALD.
XTEW and expeditious broad gunge route
IN from the North and West, via Great Besd,
and Scranton, and from the Lackawanna and
Wyoming valleys, directly through to Now
York and Philadelphia. , /
On and after Monday, May 17th, 1858(trains
will be run as follows: '
The Circinnati Express Train bound 'east on
N. Y. & Erie R. It. arrives at.Greatßend at 8.15
a. m., and connects with the EXPRESS : Train
which leaves Great Bend for Now York and Phil'a
at . / 8.30 a m
~ . .
Duo at Montrose , 9.05 "
Tunkhannock, / , 9.4'7 "
FactoryVilte, 10.10 " •
Scranton, 10.57 , "
Moscow,-. 11.43 "
Stroudsburg, - 1.35 p. m.
Delaware,(ls minutes to dine,) 2.08 'r
' 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 - '
Firm Philadelphia, leave Walnut St,
Wharf, at 6.00 "
-Leave Junction, - \ 10.50 "
I Delaware, (15 min. todinner),l2.oo m
- Stroudsburg, 12.47 p. in.
Moscow, 2.36 "
Scranton,, , 3.15 "
Factoryvillo, 4.05 "
Tunkhannock; 4.25 "
Great • Bend. 5.40 "
Connecting at Great Bend with the
Mail Train, west, at
Accommodation Train loaves Scran
ton for Great-Bend at 8.30 a. m.
Arrive at Great Bend, - 12 20 p. in.
Connecting with the Dunkisk -Express, west,
at 1.55, and the N. Y. Express, east, at 2.35 p. in.
Returning,Jeav'es Great Bend at 2.402"
Due at Scranton,. 7.10 "
For . the accommodation of way travel on the
Southern Division, a passenger car will bo at.
tached to the Express Freight Trains,leaving:
"Scranton, at s , 5.00 a. m.
Due at Stroudsburg at 10.15 "
" Junction at - , 210 p. na:
Returning, will leave Junction at 4.00 a. in.
Due at Stroudsburg at' - '7.20 -"
" Scranton at, 1.50 p. m.
Passengers for Now York will change cars
at Junction. • •
To and from Philadelphia, via B. D. R. It.,
leave or take the cars at Bridgeville.
For Pittston, Kingston, and Wilkesbarre,take
L. & B. 11. R., cars at Scranton.
For Jessup,Archlrald, and Carbondale, change
cars at Greenville. - -
Tickets sold - , and baggage checked through.
, JOHN BRISBIN, Sup't.
Wm. N. JEmaGen'l Ticket Agent. •
May 13th, 1858: •
re" Great Discovery of the Age.- any
T A R. GUSTAX LINNARD'S Taste. Restor
ative Troches,—The Groat Substitute for
Tobacco: It is aikell known and incontroverti
ble fact that 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 atfd long and painful _ experience have
clearly proven that it contains certain narcotic &
poisonous properties most dangerous in their ef
fects, ,whielf by entering the blood derange the
functions and operations of the heart, e,ausing
many to suppose that organ to be diseased.
TOBACCO affects also the entire nervous
system, manifesting, itself—as all who have ever
used - the weed will testify—in lassitude, nervous
irratibility, water brash, dispepsin, •ruld many
other disorders of a similar character. The •
TASTE RESTORATIVE TROCIIES
urq designed to counteract these baneful influ
ences, and have proved completely suc'eessful.in
a multitude of cases, and wherever used. Being
brmiesm In themselves they exert a beneficial
effect upon the entire system, restoring the taste
which has become vitiated or destroyed by great
indulgence, completely ; removing the • irritation
and accompanying tickliOg sensation of the throat
—which are always consequent upon abStaining
• from the use of tobacco; and byziVin,g a healthy
teno to the stomach, invigorate the *hole system.
Persons who are irretrievably undermining their
constitutions and shortening their lives, b hou Id
use these troches immediallind throw off the
injurious & unpleasant halm owing tobacco.
These troches or lozenges - are put up ku a con
venient and portable form at the low price of 50
cents per bok. A liberal dischunt talkie trade.
Prepared solely by the undersigned to whom
all orders should, be addressed.
JAS. E. BOWERS, Druggist,
ap7'sB2d: Cor. 2d and Racefsts-, Philada.
Patent Medicines, &e.
AFFLICTED READ !
GRArriEfutErc IllanicraEs.—Vegetablo Pills
Green Mountain Ointment, Sarsaparila
Compound, Children's Panacea, Eyb Lotion, Fe
ver and Ague Remedy, Health Bitters, Dysen
tary Syrup, Consumptive's Balm,. Marshall's
Uterine, Cathol icon. Dr. Libby's. Pile Ointment,
and Manual of Health.
Ayres Pills and Cherry Pectoris], 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 Pi I Is, Rhode's Fever
and Anne Cure, Merchant's Gargling Oil, Arni.
ca Lineament, Camphor, Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Aloes, Picera, Myrrh, Licorice, &c., &c., &c_
A new supyly just received, to be kept.constant
ly on hand, for sale by 1. iJ. BULLARD.
October, Ist, 1856.
The Cheapest Paper in the World
The NATIONAL MEROHAL‘T
A large Weekly at Sixty Cents a Year. ,
IT contains a choice selection of Literary mat--
ter, Tales, Petry, and a large amount of
commercial information.' The reviews of the
Markets and Bank Note Reports are of them.
selves worth , m ore than the price of subscription.
and the paper itself, - before Ms printed, costs
More than we get for it.
For Ten Dollars we will send sixteen copies
of the Merchant and a copy of any three dollar
maffizine, such as - Godey's Lady's Book, Gra
Speeimen copies of the Merchant will be sent
to any address on the receipt of a postage stamp.
Active young men wanted to canvass for the
paper, to whom a liberal commission will be al
lowed, that will amount in some cases to eighty
dollars a month.
Address, S. E. ASHTON & CO., -
National'Merchant Office, Philadelphia
ATTENTION FARMERS !
MHIS is to certify that the undersigned have
used Manny's Mower with Wood's improve
meet, the past season, and aro fully satisfied that
it is a'good machine, and we recommend it. to
the filitners of this County as a profitable. and
JEREMIAH MEACHAM, A. GRIFFIS,
JOHN HARRINGTON, L GARDNER,
J. .11ARItifOTON, T. P. Palaaa•-r;
rebr*l7 95,1858. -,
For machines apply to the-undersigned Agent.
- C. D. LATtIROP.
Montrose, Mardi let, 1858. Duhl
- • Y
Helmbold's Genuine Pteparatien•
, ' / •
~ . .
Highly' Concentrated Compound Fluid Extract
. Barhu. . „
For Diseases if the Bladder, Kidneys, Crave!
Dropsy, Weaknesses, Obstructions, Secret
Disease - s, Female Complaints, and all
Disedsei of the Sexual Organs,
arising from excesses and imprudences in life, - and
removing all improper disclutiges from the Mad
der, kidneys, or sexual organs, whether existing
in MALE OR FEMALE, from whatever cause
they may have originated, and no. matter of how
long standing, giving - health and vigor to the
frame, and bloom to the pallid cheek. •
JOY TO THE AFFLICTED !-!!
It curds nervous and debilitated sufferers, and, -
removes all the symptoms, among which wißbh
found indisposition to exertiOn,loss•ofpower,loss
of metnory, difficulty of breathing, generafiweak
ness; horror of diseasq, weak aerves s Arembling,
dreadful horror of death, night sweats, cold feet,
wakefulness, dimness of vision, latigu or,uaiversal
lassitude of the . rouscular syatem, ofterienormous
appetite, with dyspeptic syrOptoms, ha hands,
flushing of the body, dtytiess 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 a temporary
suffusion antloss of sight;want of attention,great
mobility, restlessness, with horror Of society.-
-Nothing is more desirable to such patients than
solitude,and nothink they more dread for fear of
themselves; no repose of manner,no earnestness,
ao speculation. but a hurried trans - ition from one
question to another. -
These symptoms, if allowed to go on—which
this medicine invariably removesz-soon follows'
loss of pqvrer, fatuity and epileptic fits—in one
of which the patient may expire. WhOcan say
that these excesses are not frequently followed
by those direful diseases—insanity and consump
tion? The' records of the insane asylums; and
the melancholy deaths by consumption bear am
ple witness to the truth of these-assertions. In
lunatic asylums the most melancholy exhibition
appears. The countenance is actually - sodden &
quite destitute—neither mirth or grief over vis
its it. Should a sound of the voice Occur, it is
"With woeful measures . wan despair ,
Low sullen sounds his grief beguiled."
Debility is the most terrible! and has brought
thousands to untimely graves, thus blasting the
ambition of many noble youths. It can be cured
by the use of this
`IN 1' A 1.1. 1111,R IVE RI EDS'.
If you .are suffering with any of the above dts.
tressing,ailments, the fluid Extract Bodin will
cure you. Try it and be conv•nced of its efficacy.
Eifir" Beware of quack nostrums and quack doc
tors, who falsely boast of abilities and references.
Citizens know and avoid them, and save long suf
fering, money, and exposure, by 'ending or call
ing for a bottle of this popular and specific rem
edy. It allays all pain and inflammation, is per.
feetly pleasant in its taste and odor, but immedi
ate in its action.
HELMBO3'; :EXTRACT_ BUM -
Is prepared directly according to the rules of
Pharmacy and Chemtstry, with the greatest ac
curacy and chemical knowledge and care deco.
ted in its combination. See Professor Dowees
valuable works on the praetice of physic, and
mosj of the late standard works of medicine.
Or 61 0 O ... / 20 One hundred dollars will
be paid to any physician who can prove that the
medicine ever injured a patient;and the testimony
of thousands can be produced to prove that. it
does great good. Cases of from one week to
) 3 years' standing have been effected. The mass
of voluntary testimony in possession of theTro
prietor, vouching its virtues-and curative powers,
is immense, embracing names well known to
7.30 a. m
100,000 Bottles hare beeksold and not
single instance of failure has been reported !
Perso,all y appeared . before me, an Alderman
of the City of Philadelphia, H. T. Helmbold,
Chemi4, who being duly sworn does say, that
his preparation contaids no gareNic, Mercury or
irs.jUrious Drug. but is purely dreg e: •
H. T. Helmbold, Sole Minfacturer.
Sworn and subscribed before me - this-2.3d day of
Nor 1854. Wm P. 1:11BPARII, Alderman.
Price Si per Bottle, or six for 55, &livered
to any addr - ess. accompanied by reli.,ble and res
ponsible certificates from Professors of Medical
Colleges, Clergymen, and others. Prepared and
sold by 11. T. IiELMBOLD,
• Practical and Analytical Chemist,
No. ~52 South lOth•st., belbv‘ , Chestnut; Assem
bly Buildings, 'Philadelphia, Pa.
Fir To be had of rill Druggisti and Dealers
in the U.S., Canadss. - and BritliNlt Provinces.
Beware of Counterfeits. Ask for Heirnbold's
—take no other. Cures guarantied.
Sold -in Montrose by ABEL TURRELL, Agent.
Jan; 20,'58.-Iy. : . .
A Benevolent Instilutiol, established by special
endowment for the relief of the sick and lis.
tressed,affiictedwithVirulent Epidevic diseases.
TO - ALL PERSONS afflicted sAth Sexual
Diseases, such as , Spermatorrlitna, Seminal
Weakness, Impotence, Gonorrhan, Gleet,Syphi
lis, the Vice of Onanism, or self abuse, &a., &c.
The HowAten AssocxAiios, in view of the
awful destruction of.human life,oaused by Sexu
al diseases, and the deceptions practised upon
the unfortunate victims of such diseases by
Quacks, several years ago directed their,Con
setting Surgeon, as a CHARITABLE ACT worthy of
their name, to open a Dispensary for the treat
ment of this class of diseases, in all their forms,
and to give MEDICAL ADVICE aravris, to all who
apply by letter, with a description of their con
dition, (age, occupation, habits of life, &c.,) and
in cases of extreme poverty, to furnish medicines
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 Directors on a review of the past, feel
assured that their labors in this sphere of benevo
lent effort, have, been of great benefit to the
afflicted, especially to the young, and they have
resolved to devote themselves, with renewed
zeal, to this very important but much despised .
Just published by the Association, a Report
on Spermatorrhom or Seminal Weakness, the
Vico-of Onanism, Masturbation or Self-Abuse,
and other diseases of the sexual organs, by the
Consulting Surgeon, which will be sent by
mail (in' a sealed hitter envelope ; ) FREE OF
CHARGE,.:OI3 the receipt of TWO STAMPS for pos
tage. , •
Address, for Report or Treatment,-Dr. George
R.-Calhoun, Consulting Surgeon, Howard Asso
ciation, N 0.2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia,
Pa. . By order of the Directors.
. EZItA D. HARTWELL President.-
GEORG E.FA I RCIII Ll) .z Secretary.
Oct. lAth, 1857, fly.
On Manhood and Its Premature Decline
'Just Publi`shed,Gratisahe2oth Thousand. •
A FEW WORDS on the rational treatment,
without Medicine, of Spermatorrhea or Lo
cal Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions,. Genital and
Nervous Debility, Impotency, and impediments to
Marriage-generally, by: 11. DE LANEY, M. D.
The important fact that the many alarming
complaints, originating, in• A° imprudence and
solitude of youth, may be easily removed WITH
OUT MEDICINE, is in this small tract; efearly
demonstrated; and the entirely new
sudeesful treatthent, .as adopted by the Author,
fully explained, by means of which everyone is
enabled to cure HIMSELF' perfectly and at the
least-possible cost, thereby avoiding all the ads
vertised nostrums of the day. •
- Sent to any address, gratis and-post free in a
sealed envelope, by 'remitting (post paid) two
postage stamps to Dr. DE LANEY, 89 East 31st
stre,et: New York City. ..tc.
To MOTHERS, WIVES & DAUGHTERS.
Dr. ILA. LAMONT'S Periodical Compound.
The most beneficial and successful FEMALE NED
IC now to pse or known, for all eases of dis.
ordered, obstructed or suppressed Menitruntion,
Lueorrlicea, - Female Weakness ate. Ladies who
have been 4isappointed in the use of Female Pills
&e , can put'the utmost confidence in tbis,C9M
pound, it le`latallible 'in the cure of all the, 'attove
named complaints. It will be sent by mailto
any address by enclosing $2 to any authorized
agent. Prepared by R. T. ANDREWS; Buffalo
N. Y. For sale by BENTLEY, READ &CO.,
and druggists generilly. [mayl3!.sB.ly
PUBLISHED EVERY TIIIIRSDAYIEY
ANDREW J. GERRItSON.
Teri a.---$1.50 per apninu:if paid in ad
vance, $2:00 if paid withitithe year; or $2.50
if not paid until the end4A the y,ear or period
of subscription. Advnce payment:Solicited.
Discontinuanceao'ptional with the Pubtoiler
until all arrearntes are paid,
hates of Advertispog.
Ono square, (10 lines,) 3 weeks or less, $l.OO
Each subsequent insertion, 25
One r square one year, $B.OO, two seers $l2OO,
three squares $16.00, four squares $20:00.
Business Cards of six lines $3.00 zer year.
Job Work of all kinds executed neatly
and promptly. flanks always on hand.'
January Ist, 1858.
REPRESENTS A CAPITAL OF OVER
For Fire, Marine, Life, and Inland Insuranee•
Office, New Milford, Pa.
Dr• H• 'Smith; & Son,
SURGEON DENTISTS. Residence and of
fice opposite the Baptist Church (north side)
Montrose.. Particular attention• will. be given
to inserting teeth on gold and silver plate, and
to filling decaying teeth.
' Jarluary 10th, 1858. ty*.
WM. W—SMITH, & c 0.,,
Cabinet and Chair alanufactur
.ers, foot of Main Street. Montrose, Pa. •
ABEL TURRELL, m
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Cheinicals,
Dye Stuffs, Glass-ware, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Groceries, Fancy Goods, Jew
elry, Perfumery,.&c.—And 'Agent Tor all the
most popular Patent Medicines.
Fashionable Tailoa(—Shop near the
Baptist fleeting House, on Turripike Street.
• DR. R. THAYER ,
Physician, and Surgeon, Montrose,
Pa. Office in the Farmeets Store.
J. D. VAIL; M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon, has perms
netly located himself at Brackneyville, Snsq's
County, Penn'a, and will promptly attend to all
calls with which ho may be favored.
Near Milford, Peou'a.
Wholesale dealer io Buttons, Crumbs,
Suspenders, Threads, Faocy Goodm,
Watches, Jewelry Silverand Plated Ware, Cut
lery, Fishing.Tacklel Cigars, &e. Etc.
Merchants and pedlars, supplied on liberal
- • ' DR. E. F. WILMOT,
Graduate of the Allopath:c and Homey
pathie Colleges - of Medicine, is now per
manently located in Great Bend Pa.
April Ist. 1856. :
JOHN SAUTTER, •
Fashtionable•Tailon Shop first door
north of the Fsrmer's•Store.
f.t2It_EIM 9 ETTII2III
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
Charsieved by the State of Pennsylvania
CAPITAL, 300.000 DOLLARS.
, Tisures against loss or damage by fire, on buil
ding, furniture. and mi,reliandise generally. -
tis4l,os:ses adjusted by: arbitration, where
he parties fail to agree.
H. A. Liantz,John 14.ndes,
H. Kraber,' I Fred. Sultzback,
William Wallaee * , I r li Kindig, ,
Samuel Dyer, •.--finas Gray;
H. KR ABER, President,
D. STRICKLER. Secretary,
0. S. BEEBE, Agent, Montrose, Pa
February 2d, 1858. fly*
_ • ,
a n iturs .4insuraitct La.
Charter Perpetual. Granted by the State of
Penngyl) , ania.
rare, Marine and Inland. Transpo
AAnox S. LavrtNorr, President.
Wm. A. RUDDER, Vice Pres't.
ALFRED WEEKS, SeCrelary.
Aaron S. Lipincott, Charles Wise,
Wm. A. Rhodes, Alfred Weeks,
Wm. Thomas, J. Rinaldo Sank,
WM. Neal, John P. Simmons,
Charles J. Field, James P. Smith.
o . ffice No. 10 Merchant's Exchange, Phira.
A. N. BULLARD, Agent, Montrose, Pa.
mONT ROSE, FP' A , .
T HE subscriber in s wing purchased,
•••• ' • refitted and newly furnished the
; ^= above well known and Fiepular Hotel,
is prepared to accommodate the trav
eling public and others with alit the attentions
and conveniences usually found—in first-class
Houses. No effort will be spared by the Pro
prietor and his Assistants to make the Hotel
equal in every point to atty in the country.
The Bar will always be supplied with the
The Stables, connected with, this 'House
are large, roomy and convenient, and careful and
attentive Hostler are alwas in charge of them.
• • J. S. TAKBELL.
Montrose, May 13th; 18M3."
The Saddle. Home., and Trunk Shop of
a> T. Kmonau
Is REMOVED to the building recently. octa
pied C. C. Hollister, on Main St., one door
above S. S. Mott's, where he will be happy to
wait on all who may favor him'with-their patron
4an . 20th, 1858.—te.
• Artist's Materials
- DAINTSirI Tubes, Br - ashes, Tin, Copper and
1. Silver Foil, - Glass Slabs and - blullers,
Lithographs, &a., at the Store of.
• ABEL TURRELL.
blon'trose, Dec. 15th, 1857. -
- IVOiIVITIISTANDI NG,
- , "hard times,". Abel Tur.
E. :11 mmeN., •
cars variety_ se leeted
' '-.axis , ' ...' l,and
keeps up No.
• he is constantly receiving
accessions, every few* days. Pi ice; as low as
the lowest. .
OMESTIC INSTRUMENT or SELF
svnitmE: •Adapted to the different-varieties
of this kind of instrument. It is admitted to be
the best in market. Also a great variety of
other Instruments,for various purposes, usually
kept by Druggists, - not necessary to enumerate.
For sale at, the Drug Store of ABEL TURRELt
DE GRATH'S ELECTRIC - OIL, the great
remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, 'Amu
opus, Stiff-*Join ts, Pains, &c. Also, nearly all of the.
leading Patent Medicines in market, embracing
a remedy for every disease to which fresh is sub
ject. For sale by . ABEL TURR,E4-
WOLFS Aromatic Schiedam. Schnapmat
• - ; TURRELL'S