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- On PDX.: near Scar Ws Hord.
ftrF.P.:Reonstantiv on }laud a good supply of
rtig.Vl'S of all kind.s.''CA.Sill paid for
-Beet Ca tII e,Ca I es,Sh e e pond Lams bs.
Also for Hides of all kinds.
HENSTOCK S IIAWI.E.Y.
A. T. lIENsToCW. •
'..tiftrch 30th. 1859.—tf.
MANNY'S MOWER & REAPER,
WITH WOOD'S IMPEOVESTENT.
rrmils nett:lb:rated Machine ha, taken the F msr
1 REIEISIVII at carious public trials and is us•
excelled by any other machine in the country.
..Allarimnie it, prononneelt a
."PROFITABLE AND LABOR-SAVING NACRINL"
Those not acquainted with ite vat ne are refered to
L.ATHAM GARDNER, JNO. HARRINGTON,
F. M. WILLIANS, Bricifeikater : STANLEY
TURRELL, Forest Lake; M. WALLACE,
Dicnork ; T. P. - PHINNEY, Madan . ; S. D.
TOWNST.ND,,BrookIy-a; and others Ayholave
. For Machines, - or partieillars, apply to
C. D. LATHROP, Agent.
Montrose, May 15th„1859.—tht.
IM - v - etaais cfc .A.11c311.,
NO. 2 ODD FELLOWS' HALL, BINGHAMTON
rir HE subscribers have this
4w:- ° 1 week returned from New
r l '" - - 14 York -with a full and corn.
:' I '4) A' ulete assortment of Gold and
, + at.
. . .
.r 4 Silver Watche., Jewelry, 5i1(5.116....c
( s. I 16... .c • .';ff ::-...; verand4'lated Ware, Cutlery,
- -------- and FancyGoods—Ear Rings,
Finger Rings, Bracelets, Watch,- Fob. Vest,
Gnard and Neck (31 ains, Gold, Silver, Sped and
..-. Plated Spectacles, Fans, Coral Necklaces and
Armlets, lee Pitchers, Pocket Knives, Scissors,
Geld, Silver, ancrSteel Thimbles, ; Sleeve But
tons.and Studs, Porte 111Mnales, Combs of all
kind's, Gold-Pencils - and Pens, Thremometers.
Needle', Spoons, Forks, Sugar Baskets, Salts,
Cups, Tea Sets, %%lifters, Soup Ladles, Molasses
Pitchers, Card Baskets, &c. &c.,.t0 which they
woull respe:tfully call the attention _of their
customers. 'As their goods were purchased for
cash, they are confident their prices cannot fail
- to be satisfactory, as they determined not to be
undersold by any. EVANS & XLLEN, -
. . No. 2 Odd Fellows' Hall.
Binghamton . , June Ist, 1339.
R. KENYON JR. & CO.
w o o tT f th a rnexceatinidilliersvolrl.i i
ch te so i r n t sz n e t tio o n f
- .DRY GOODS
this day received, ennsis , ing in part of as follows:
Rich Black Moire Antique SiJk 18s. per yard;
Foulard Silk, nice style, 6s. per yard: Rich Plaid
Silk, the • very neatest patterns, 10s. per yard:
hick Silk, 28 inches wide, from is. to 12s. per
yard; splendid Black Silk Shawls from $B, to
$ll, the finest assortment in Susq'a Cp.: nen
invoice of Ginghamg, at very low prices: also of
Calicoes: largesstock of Denims, Mixtures, Plaids,
and Lawns; Printed Shawls "from Is. to $5;
Ttrocha Shawls from $5 to, $25;„ Collars from
to cts. to 205.; Parasols from Bs. to 245. each;
Bonnet, a large stock; Ribbons and Flowers;
also a TIOC invoice of Gents Shoes—Congress,
Enamelled and. Cali Skin: Ladies Congress Gai
ters, Kid and Enameled; Misses• Calf and Enam
elled )loot.: Children Panda Boots, Gaiters and
derything iu that line. They would also call
'attention to the fact that having an arrangement
with one of the largest Importing Houses in
New York they will receive regularly New Styles
as fast as they appear in New York,ana will take
the greatest pains to please all who call and see
and wish to purchase. Particular attention paid
to procuring finetoods—is ev er y s tyl e .
• - • r i a ..igL.Sl. -
A new lot this day received, and would-re
spectfully solicit an examination of the same.
Good Tea at 35.. city prires,alio at .Is. ss. 6%. Bs.
G AIWA. '
COFFEE---Idea, Rio and Ground Coffee.
SALERATUS—Iames Pyle's,Babbitt's Med
icinal, and Excelsior, &c. NAILS, and also a
new. stock of WALL PAPER and WIN
DOW PA PER, tbis day received. FAIL:II.
ING TOOLS of the most approved patterns.
C - r• c)ols..erkw;
Gold Band. Shaded, .Blue Band, and all the new
styes, as tut as they appear in New York.
tLOUkt constantly on hand. SALT by the
barrel or sack. PATENT YIEDiCINES,
GLASS;"and everything else you want.
R. KENYON JR. & CO.
La'Wsrille Centre, Pa, June Bth, 1859.
1 SAS. J.. DIC KERMAN, JR. 1 SAS
IIARDWARE STOVE EMPORIBI !
IN FULL BLAST!
7(t HE undersigned would tako 'this opportu
-1 nits to inform his frieods and customers
that he-as recently made large additions to bin
:former extensive stock of
'Hardwire, Stoves, Steve
Stove Trimmings, Zino,
and that he is prepa r ed to supply Me 'sputa of
the community' in that line at . unusually low
prices. He flatters himself that his facilities for
tianufecturirw his own'Wares, Stove,s, &c., give
a decided advantage - over any who par
chase and transport at a heavy expense their en
Ile would say to those who wish to purchase
STOVES of any description, STOVE PIPE, or
of any kind, and pay for them, he
i• prepared to give them great bargains: but to
those who Want to, purchase on a year's credit
:lila then let it run two years more, 4 had rah
, r titer prould call on some oneelse, even if they
hare to pay serenty-fire per cent more than an
artk!e is worth- In the line of
Shelf Hardware / _
his as. , ,ortment lithe largest andbeet selected in
Susquehanna County; marchssed as his stock
-tuts been mostly of manufacturers, he is enabled
to offer inducements to those, country merchants
who buy small:Mlß, rarel.tt found this side of
she big city. We can offer special inducements
to Carpenters aqd Joiners who are want of
either Tools or Buildino- Materials. !Back
- smithtg can find ANVILS,'VICES, BELLOWS,
and.in fact, almost anything is their line, by =R
im , . on na, -
• Oar stock of
Dry GOods, Groceries, Boob and
Slioes, Hats and Caps, Tan
' Kee liotions, sicc.
is aik• large es the times wilradmit or. They wore
purchased at a low figure, and wilt be sold at
i•rices to correspond sith the times.
• We have just opened about one-aud
cords of ready-made clothing . Every body ups % i
they are cheap. Some say they are very cheap,
arid a number have ventured to say they are dog
cheap. Certain it is that a small pile of money
13:ill buy allege pile f clothing.
We would add, in o thia connection, for the in
foralation - of all concerned and the great of man.'
hind," that: we are tired and - sick of the , creent_
ro. - getr:: we have suffered enough by it already,
n'act are determined to rid ourselves of. the
"tritter.' Believing that the nimble
...xper.oe is the true system,' we are resolved to
::sup: it, nod.stre offering oar goods at prices to
".*Pondione taken in exchange Or Goode.
Viiircr4 Ncc. t‘fitli., ytkut.
THE NEW ERA!
SPRING & SOME GOODS,
as Great Baii)ans.---Ecedy-Par and gaud] Profits !
Ts now receiving aHI and choice Stock of
I. Spring and Summer iGoods,ine4uding a great
variety of Rich Prints in new styles, Ginghams,
Brillianta,Plain and Fancy Lawns,Challis, Robes,
Silk Dress Tissues, and Baragtka,Black and Fancy
Silks, Poplins, &c..; with a superior asaorsrnent
of Silk, Broie, Cashmere and Stella Shawls;
Mantillas, Parasols, Rich Ribbons,-Bonnets and
Flowers, Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Summer
Stuffs, &c.iwith a large assortment of other
- Staple and Fancy Creeds,
as usual in Groceries,Crockerv, Hardware, Iron,.
Stoves,`Drugs, gaints,'Oils, Boots!
and Shoos, tints .and Caps, Clocks, Carpeting
Floor Oil-Cloths, Wail Paper, Painted Window
Shades; &c. The entire Stock being large :Ink
I bought for Cash, sill give superior opportunity
fur cholla) selections, stud, in accordance with
the spirit of the times, will be sold for
F".- 1 4 7 4 ,- .7.. , -->) 0
Ready Pay, 10 to 28 per cent._below Regular Prices.
An exainination of tho Goods and Prieeg will be
found profitable to those who wish to buy.
Flour & Salt constantly on hand.
Nevi. Mini, May 4th, 1859.
ripHE underilgned would • reliectfully* an
JIL - nounce to- the public that he has just re
ceived a supply of
among which may be tnund tho very best of
Sugar, Molasses; - Syrup
Tea, - Coffbe, -
at prices to suit the times, for ready pay. Don't
tnistake the place, but call at the basement of
where your humble servant carries on a
general • '
SALOON & GROCERY BUSINESS,
and where the public tam; always rely upon
having their wants attendedtzi with promptness
and fidelity. 0. M. CRANE..
Montrose, April :201h. •
QUAItiER OF 11 ,WERKS,
P..; Oys (or BOARD; with use of ROOM,
FURNITURE, and TUITION in the
UPLAND NORMAL INSTITUTE,
Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
For Circulars, containing neeitsyory informa
tion, Inrittire of A. N. Bullard in Montrose, or - of
J.O. Bullard, Brooklyn. - , [ina)l4 3m
NOTICE TO FARMERS.
IWISH -to call the attention Gf Fartne'rs to
the Independent Tooth
This. Rake has been used for the past three
_years in this County-and proved to be the Rake
and the only Rake suited./0 the rough country.
Any ode, not wishing to take the- assertion
and who wants a Rake, please try it, and if no'
satisfactory, return it within flute days unt
injured, and take his money. To merchants
• and dealers a liberal deduction from retail price
of twelve dollars, All kinds of Grain taken
in exchange for Rakes at Searle's mill. Also
second hand Wire Tooth and Revolving Rakes
sold very cheap.' All orders promptly attended
to sad Rakes delivered on short notice.
Residence of tho subscriber,and manufactory
one mile from Montrose, on `Snake Creek turn
pike. CLIA NCY FOOT.
Montrose,. April 25, '.59-3m
- At Montrose, Penn.
WM. E HATCH, Proprietor.
THIS new and commodious Hotel situated
- on Public. Avenue, near the Court House,and
nearly in the centre of the business'portion of
Mtintrose, is ads fu'ly completed and furnished,
and will be opened on Monday. the 27th day of
the present inonth for the accommodation of
the public and travelers. The Proprietor 'reels
confident that- he is now prepared to entertain
guests in a Manner that cannot fail to give
I Complete Satisfction.
The- Hotel and Furniture are new, and no ex
pense has been spared to render it equal, if not
e,upierior to any similar establishment in this part
of the State.- It is well supplied With all the
recent improvementi and comforts, and obliging
waiters will always be readyto respond to the
call of customers.
, The Stables connected with this House are
TLlNProprietor respectfully solicits -the patron
-age of his old friend.*, and the public generally.
'AVM. K. !LATCH,
Montrose, September 15t,:11358.
G. F. F 011.121111.01.
HAS removed his shop across the street, to
the building one door below Keeler &
Stoddard's; which he has fitted up expressly for a
Saddle,'Harness.and Trunk Shop,
- where may be found all kinds of
from the heaviest team, to the lightest trotting
harness, and a general aw.orment of trimmings,
which will be made up or sold very low.
Carriage Triz' pipings:
• good assortment on hand, which will be sold,
• very low; all trimmingdone cheaper than else,-
I • -
on hand, from which harnesses will be made and
* * *Customers will please bear in mind that I
wish to settle up once a year. Those having
nosettled accounta, br notes due, will oblige
by settling or making payment without further
delay., G. P. FORDIIA.M,
Feb-2460859A Montrose; Pa.
WHOLESALE AND .RETAIL DEALER IX
FLOUR, - GRAIN, SALT, &C., _
lEW xiljoan - -s4f. Room, metrs omea. ,
WILL keep constinitly on. hand the best
brands - of FIX/UR—by the Seek or.finn
dred Barrels—at the lowest market prices. Also,
SALT—by the Single Barrel of Load.
All orders from gerrhants and Dealers will
be promptly attended to.
• * *Cash paid for Grain, Wool, Fella, Hides,
and all Farmers' Produce in their season.
New 'Milford, April 9d, 1859.
B 11:7 Y _
Thy are the beat Cafides yet offered to the
Publig for tbe;money.'
CrILOI.,Es ALE AG EFTS:.
DEFOREST-, ARDISTR.ONG & CO,
NE.W TOM. • [ rah] 2mo.
, WOOL .CIRDING a
TUE subscriber continues t.iir sbove business
JCN% usual at his old stand m Brooklyn.
Thank i for met favors he would solicit a
share of the , public- patronage.
A. G. REYNOLDS.
Brooklyn, nap Wad.
D . R. JOHN W. COBS , •
PintsterAN SITAPEOPL .
Office coa Public Aseaue, ei}pciaits Bearies _HOW.
March It, 1.5359.—g.
New and Convenient.
Gifts! Gifts! Gift's! Gifts I
THE ORIGINAL GIFT BOOK STORE. ,
D, W. EVANS & CO.
THE 677 BROADWAY, 677 THE
FIFTH • NEW-YOR.K. FIFTH
YEAR. .ESTABLISHED 1854. YEAR.
THE :following-is a partial list of - property
%Odell will be given to the purchasers of
Books atithe time of sale: worth from
Gold Watches,English Lever,
Patent!l , erer and Leninee,s3Q,oo to 8100,00
Silver Watches,Patoot 'J e erer,
• full jeweled, hunting Cases,
open fees and cylintef es
Gold Lock ets, Larglsize,four
glissei!, and two glasses
• with Springs, largo and
small , size with snap,
Cameo, llosate, Florentine,
Painted, Lain, Goldstone,
Garnet Coral Sets of
Ladies' Gold Guars) Chains,
Fancy Neck Chains, Chnee-
Ltips. = 8,00 to
Gents' Pol) and WA.'Chains, 10,06 to
ed, Mosaic, Garnet, Onyx,
Engraved and Plain Gold
Sleeve Ruttons and Bosom
Gold Peneils,with Pens,lsrF,e,
Silver l'eneibi,withGold Pew,
large, niedium, and small
size, double and single, ex
Gents' Heavy Signet Rings,
Ladies' Gold Chased and
Gents'Gold Ito nmPins,Clas.
ter, with' , Opal, Sc4lrf Pins,
Onyx, Garnet, &te., 1,50 to
Rich Silk Dress Patterns, 22,00 to
Cameo, Mosaic, Coral Garnet,
Chased and Plain Oval
Braeelets, 5,00 to
Silver and Gold Thimbles, 50 to
Gents' Pen - and Pocliet Knife, 50 to
Pearl and Storoen Porte-
Toothpicks, Watch Keys,
Gold Crosses, small, medium
and large, 'l,OO to 7,50
Besides other Gifts, comprising a ,large and
valb,able assortment of miscellaneous articles,
carting from el to $40.,
The proprietors of-the OLDEST ESTAB
LISHED 4iIFT 'BOOK IN THE UNITED
STATES, for the uninterrupted success which
has crowned their earnest efforts to please du
ring the last four years, would return their sin
cere thanks to the hundreds of thousands who
'hare, in past time, seen fit to bestow their lib
eral patrol - Inge upon them and would . further
assure them, and the public generally, that their
long experience and established capital warrant
them in effering„ greater induhrsents.than vier,
and such as are out of the reach of.any similar
establishment in the country; and propose, in
this 'THE FIFTH YEAR •
of their. location in New York, to introduce
STILL GREATER ATTRACTIONS,
GIFTS of GREATER VALUE And VARIETY,
A still Larger and Better' Selected Stock of
Commissions and inducements to chits and
to agents tvho are willing to devote their time
to our business: an that those who desire can have
Fir GIFTS AND BODES WITHOUT ,lilossr.-JIA
We.,shall endeavor r to establish an agent in
every towni in the United States, so that all who
will may benefit by our liberal system of trade.
We have appointed A. J. GEltt ITSON
our duly authorized agent for MONTROSE and
vicinity, who will receive and forward all orders
with attention and despatch..
A NEW: AND REVISED CATALOGUE,
ready for diaribntion, containing every desira ,
ble book; new or old, now in print: and ne_
knowledgcsi by librarians and literary men to, be
the most complete and best classified ever is
sued, without an mccoption.
are now reedy to be given away, mailed free to
any address; to all parts'of the world. It contans
all the works on
Art, SiFience und Nat. E Philosophical & elm , -
• ural History. , eical W o rks,
Adventures, Tracel.;.' V ;Historical and Min
&e., , , A • colianeons,
Agriculture} and, Do. N !Foctical,Theological,
znestie Economy, o s ' Religions,
Belles Letters,Essays, , Law, Medical:Mason.
&c., : _ & , - ie . -
Bibles, Standard Fictions,
Biographies; , 'c: 'Prayer, Hymn - and
Dictionaries Glee Books,' •
F.neyelopredias ; . ° Text Books for;
Gazetteers, • -', Schools,s&e., &c.,
And a tbou'and varieties of pulslications•in eve
ry department, of literature. We sell as low—
and, in many cases, lower than—any other house
in the country; and with every book of the
value of one dollar or more, we present some
) u eful Gift, .without extra charge.
LET EVERY ONE CONSULT lIIS
• : OWN INTEREST,
.. ~, And buy Id EVANS' Gift Book Store,
. 1 TR >examine the prices of books, see the
I:EST beautiful gilts 150 freely scattered among
our patrons, and he satisfied that the,on
-114(1,1y economical,way of buying books is at
* TO : : NO. 677 BROADWAY,
GET LAFARGE HOTEL BUILDING,
yfitg_ WE GUARANTEE PERFECT NA?.
BOOKS ISFACTION. • •
AND • JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES.
Eiamine our plan of business. Any
one can who wilt. Observe the daily
/ 3 distribution of watches, gold and silver;
AT :vest, chatelaine, and guard chains; brace
.cameo, mosaic, coral, goldatone,
GIFT garnet and gold sets of pin snd clasps;
Bon ,bracelets, large, medium and small size;
srgge,rings; chased, phin and set with-stones,
v it. :cameo, goldatone, coral ; Meanie and en
'" graved studs _and sleeve buttons; scarf
, „!,pms, crosses, gold pens and pencils; gold
nnuso pens Sin silver and morocco cases, and a
\VAL .thonaand other articles of use and value.
NEN- ; A Gift with every book worth from 50
'TUSK .cts to: $lOO,OO. Send for a Catalogite.
ciTy . It pill cost you nothing, and will be
valuable as a book of reference, if noth
ing more. Address D.W.EVANS & co.
T; No 677 Broadway, New-York.
N. 11--A WORD OF EXPLANATION TO
those who have known us under the style of
Eans & Co. The Business. located by us at
No. 677 Broadway, New York City, is the oldest
established house in the country, and is known
world-wide ,its the original "Evans & Co.'s
Gift Bookstore." Many have taken the advan
tage of our '.popularity to advertise under the
same name, to increase their trade—to protect the
few who maybe unacquainted with us, we would
state that we have no connection with any other
Gift Book Holise—and. though many advertise
under the.nanie of Evans & CO., the firm consti
tuted by D. W. EVANS and J. 11. PRESTON,.is
_and 'only concern rightfully using the
name. Bat to;preventall confusion in the future,
we shall use the style of
D, W. EVANS & CO.,
and OA persdns wrongfully using the appella
tion to mislead the,pablic, will be made to suf
fer the penalty of the law.
D. W. EVANS & CO.,
sip 28, 131 677 Broadway, New York.
COBB could respectfully announee to the
AGA: public that he may still be found at the
old stand, rani prepared to attend to the wants
of the eoterenaty. He will keep on band a good
stock of • i - •
and Stair (by the sick or barrel,) Fag,. and all
trticles . foqud l;F t, i rot Mai Groceries. -
lie would 'cularly call the .atteritiod of
Fanners and other-s'lo- the. fact that he is
constantly receiving fresh,aupplica
FIRSTIRATE.FLOU . A,
also good and enetlinm qualities , wbicji wl be
sold mom, - tot ready pay, in quantities, to suit
Itiontroge, FrAL 21st 1859.
PAYS.FOU A'FULL COURSE IN TILE
IRON CITY COLLEGE. ,
the largest, most extensively patronized and
IN 'THE -
Mi..l.te a fiiiitet - tOs. '
357 ,$t cuts all Ming baitn,
Usual time to complete a full course from 6
to 10 weeks. Every Student, upon graduating,
is guaranteed to be competent- to manage the
Books of any Business, and qualified to earn a
salary of from
$5OO TO - VOOO.
Students enter at any time—No Vacation—
Review at pleasure,
l ' al P!riem - 1.1.2.r.ties
1 FOR BEST - PENNMANSHIP AWARDED IN
1 % '5 13 .
Fir Ministers' Sons received at half price,
* * *For Circular and Specimens of Writing,
1 inclose two letter stamps, and' hddress,
• F. W. JENKINS, Pittsburg, Pa.
April ittb,l B.sD.—t. sop. 9.*
12,00 to 40,00
2,50 to 12,00
5,00 to 25,00
'32.00 to 16,00
It:Ionr, Sub VroVisioit
ONT dOor below J. Ethridge's Drug Store r
on Public Avenue, where will' Lu found
constantly on band a general assortment of
'Such as Sugurs, Molasses, Syrups, Term, Coffee
• FAMILY FLOUR,
Meal, turd, Murk, Candles'Sz.c.
- We solicit a share of the public pationag,e, and
pledge ourselves to do the lair thing, hoping by
each bargain to secure an”ther.
ALF I:ED 11.11. D 1,:.11,1
WE WANT 4 SO to 100 YOUNG MEN, with
V a cash capital of from $5O to 81000
to purchase our Goods, consisting of Watches
and Jewelry, and to dispose - of them in al/ the
cities and towns throughout the United states
and Canadas. &ate persons who purchase of
us arc tnakiag from $5,000 to per year,
selling at auction,in the various towns &
On receipt of the CASH, we will seed br mail
to any address, the following articles, ELM samples
of our Goods: .
n Fancy Gold Finger Ringii, amsortod, for =s4
6 • " " better, for 6
6 " Gent's Bresotples, assorted, for 4
6 better for 6
6 " Ladies' " " for
6 •• 61 ' IN better for 6
6“ ” • largdt for 9
I Set Cameo Pin and Enr Drops, for' - 3
I " " - " for • 5
1 Set Gold-stone Pin atui Ear Drops, fur 3
I het :%fognic " ' for 3
1 - Set Gold Fancy" 6 f for 4
I Set 16 . for 3
I Pair Gold Richly Chased Band Bracelets 6
1 ' 6 . u• 66 8
I " Panty Cameo Brabelots for - - 8
,“ Ladies' Pinky Cuff Pins for - 1
6 Sots Gold Gent's Bosom'Studs, fancy for 3
6 " " stone set for 6
6 “ Sleeve Buttons, engraved, for - 3
6 " ,done setting, fur '3
1 Gold Double toeliet, fancy, (.030 for _1:50
1 " (spritig) for 3
Gold Vestidlooks, for 3
6 Gold Fancy Watch Keys, for'. -.- - - 3 -
1 Large size Hold Pencil Case for - - 1:50
1 New style French Vest Chain for - - 2:51.3 -
1 " " better for .. 3
1 " " " larger for - 5
1 Fancy lSilekr, Watch, open face, for r —"7
1 " " Hunting rase for - - 10
1 Fancy Gilt Watch, Hunting Case for - 10
1 " Cold Watch, open 6ce for -. 20
1 " " better for - 25
1 " " - • Hunting Case for 30
1 " " better for - •10
Movements of all the Watches described in
this list are WARRANTED rERfECT; and we wish
it distinctly understood that the prices given are
our lowest wholesale prices to the Trade and to
Traveling Agents. -- The retail-price would be
from 5(1 to 100. per rent. highet.
Write the Name, County, and State, in a plain
hand . , to prevent mistakes, and on the receipt of
the money, the Goods will *ma forwarded by the
next mail. STENNETT & CLINES,
Manufacturers of Jewelry, Importers and
Wholesale Dea!ers in Watches,
je23 3m w. 91 .78 Naesau-st, New York.
Shop in Boyd & Webilcr's new building,
neratdoor above Keeler & &adorn's.
AVING worked for the' past nine years
with the most skillful workmen, he feels
confident that he .can do the most difficult jobs
on shOrt notice. -
All Work Warranted to Give Satisfaction.
W. B. &smolt has worked for me for some
time, and I can recommend him as a careful and
skilful workman, competent to do as good work
as can be done in the country, and worthy of
confidence. WIC A. CHAMBERLIN.
Towanda hare 10th, 1858.
Refers to—Wm. Elwell, E. W. Bair& E. D.
Montayne, E. O. Goodrich, B. Kingsbury, Towan
da; 13. S. Bentley, L Searle, C. D. Lathrop,
J. Wittenberg, Montrose.
•„*Jewelry neatly repaired on short n °flee,
and on reasonable terms. [June 15th, 1 858.—tf.
FREE EXHIBITION r
-MAX BE SEEN DAILY;
AT P. LINES' TAILOR ,SHOPI
From 6 a. m. to IO
gilt latest -(astiolts!
Comprising the Greatest Variety of
ever preaente4 to the public.. inh24
r r HE - subscriber having pi rehrised
AL refitted and newly furoisheil the
iii above well known and popular flotell
is prepared to accommodate the travJ
eling public and others with all the attentions
and' conveniences usually. found in first-class
House's. No effort will be spared by the Pro.
prietor and his Assistants to make the Hotel
equal in every point to any ie the country.
The Hise will alwaya.be supplied with the
The Stables, connected with this. House
,tiro large, roomy and convenientqind careful and
attentive Hostlera are Always in eharge of them.
- J. S. TARBELL.
Montrose, May 33th,•1 858.
NEWS' , OFFICE..
HENew York City Illnstrited fifewiriaperi
s, 45.., for Pinto At the
YIONTBII4OIt STORE; by
- • • • A. N. BULLARD.-
T ITHOGRAPHS—A NEW- SUPPLY:
Dee. let, 1858. .A..TERRELL
Also the choicest brands of
BALDWIN & ALLEN.
Wm. L. ALTAII.
WM. B. SIMPSON,
THE .kONTEOSE DEMOCRAT.
- PrELISIIED TIIPRSDAVS AT MONTROSE, .14.
OFFICE ON rcßLio AVENUE, OPPOSITE THE P. O.
Tmais-13,4. per annum, or $1 50 in_ advance.
Delinquents subject tcidifarge of 82 50 per year,
with interest. Disconfilmanees optional with
the Publisher Until all atrearagesaire paid,
Advertisements inserted at $1 per square of
12 lines; 25 cents per square for ea c h insertion
after the first three. One square one year, $B,
each additional square,:s - 4.
Job Work of all kinds executed neatly
and promptly. Blanks always on hand.
Little &l'ost, Attorneys at. Law, have
removed to their new office, a few doors
south of Lloyd & Webster's comer.
DR IVE-L. RICHARDSON,
Woui.D respectfully tender his Professional
Services, to the inhabitants of
and its vicinity.
Office over iitutrord'e Store. •
Lodging% at the Ke7ystone Ilotel
Montrose. Oct. `nth. 1658.-Iv.'"
— CAt !Akar,
MAMTVACYTTRETZS, ANP JpIIIIERS IN
• HATS, CAPS, AND EURS,,• '
Ri NV (5-L
Umbrellas, Parasols, anil Ribbons,
46, COURTLANDT STREET,
M. GRIGGS, General Partners,- , --
A. Kma SULTRY,
.C. TYLER. Special Partner. fgep.2.ly.•
JOHN SILITTER FASHIONABLE
Tsit I L 0 R
9 MONTROSE, Pa. I
SHOP a few doors swith of Boyd and Websle*
HENRY B. MCKEAN,
ATTORN EY and COUNSELLOR at LAW.
Otllk in the Union !?took—Towanda, Brad-
Cord county, Pa.
jar Will attend promptly Co all professional
business intrusted to him, in this and adjoining
counties. ' Lie3'sStf
1311. r2G,TilTilfg = 6;ll,
OFFICE, over WilNott - % Store.
LODGINGS, at SEARLE'S HOTEL
Montrose, March 10th. 1858.
- WM• W. SMITH, & CO.,
Cabinet and Chnieittanufacitir
ers, fopt of Main Street. Noutro, , o, Pa.
Froihionalito Tailor—Shop near the
Baptist Meeting How, on Turnpike Street.
DR. E. W. WELLS
HAVING permanently located in Dundlatili
offers his professional services to all who
may require them. Also, keeps eqnstantly on
hand a full stuck of Drugs and Medirinet,
Pure Wines and Liquors for Medical
New Milford, Penti'a•
liol: d ealdr in Buttons,
Watches, Jewelry, Susp ende rs ,
!cry, Fishing Tackle, Cigars, &c. &c.
Merchants and pedlars, supplied on aerie
R" d. HAYDEN,.
3011 N HAY DEN,
ALIN %VV.° %TIC.
Charley Morris with hair and ht,B,
heir Of this v a st afeA,
And MAIO to haßass na'e and haat
ResOlved to warsant •ev'ry
Let's have a rush, I's always herF A
You'll . find me honest, juSt cud fail t;
',•Shop No. 3, Basement of Searle's Lintel, on
Dr. H• Smith,
SURGEON DENTIST. Residence, and of
th:e opposite the Baptist Church (north side)
Montrose. Particular attention will be given
to inshrting teeth on gold and .silver plate, and
to filling decaying teeth.
ABEL TURRELL, M.O , NTRCiBE, PA
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Chemical-,
Pre SLUM. Glass-ware, Paints, Oils, Varnishe',
Window Glass, Groceries, Fancy Goods, Jew
elry, Perfumery, &c.—And Agent for all the
most popular latent Medicines.
•DR. R. THAYER,
phymiefon and surgeon, montrohr,
pn. Office-10 the Farper's Store.
TAR. E. PATRICK, JR., would like
JUF after a silence of nearly ten years, to.appeal
to the moral sensibilities of n very generous pub
lic, who have always manifested their sense of
appreciation of his usefulness by exacting his
services when needed or thought to be needed,
but who, have given no other evidence of grati
tude or good will—particularly in the way of
" substantial aid" as Kossuth would say—that
he now desires a full and entire settlement a all
his accounts, also the accounts of the late firm.
of Patrick & Blalock ; and ha wishes !wilier to
state that he desires nothing to be considered
wrong, if, after a low weeks, the 'laid accounts,
remaining unsettled, she'd be plated in the harrds
of a good sharp rellettpr, and made to account
to him something that will buy Oats and Buck
wheat.• Please notice this and take actionaceor
jape - E. PATRICK, JR.
STRANGE & MYSTERIOUS !
rriliA7 every intellige.n man in this commu
nity should not know that a new- arrange.
ment has been made by . -
WEA-VER & ATHERTON ,
AT THE •
STE:tif MILL SHOP,
FOR CARRYING OE THE BESMEAR OF
MEtaisr know this to he a fact
but for the benefit of the re W who do
not, we would say that we aro prepared to doany
work in our line, which may be intrneted to us,
In the most durable manner, 'the most approved
style, and in the shortest possible time. All our
work warranted to give good satisfaction.
JAHEN - 31. WEAVER, JERRE L ATHERTON.
Montrose, ?!larch Ist, 1859.-6mtf.
201,fhl Goa E 2108,,
WHOLIESALE SALT DEALER.
(Directly opposite Witillington Marlict,)
wti - vv`-- - Nrc•riv. l :
V,„1111 CONTINUES to offer to the city and
COUNTRY- trade, MI kinds •of FOREIGN
Coarse . and Fine Sm.; at the vary lowest figures;'
410 sacks and bags;consiating in part of Ash-
tees celebrated brand for table and dory use;
Jeffrey & Darcy, Marshall's, Drowalow's, &c.
and,soooo. be/theta Turk* Island, tonere*. ,Ce
I allot which-will be sold at bargain prices, from
yessela, storeVid storehouse*,
Any purchaser Wishing to.select from a good
assortment will find it told* Interest to call.
N. 8.-;..Pine table salt put.up In small bags of.
Ai&rent • sited, and consudly. on band in ebip;
ping order. Alert a eplendbl article of Rock
Ground aalt i ts quad boxes, ind tap and for sale
by the'quindity, in il mace of fire dap= each. •
Neworli r A pr e, 1869.-Iy*
Scroll la, or King's Evil,
is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it
pervades the whole body, and may burst out
m disease on any part of it s Ile erg= is A te
from its attacks, nor is there ono triFsels it may -
not destroy. The scrofulous tainVia variously
caused by mercurial disease, low! living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, inspire air. filth
and filthy habits, the depressing vices, and,
above all, by the venereal infection. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the cone
'Citation, descending si from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation r indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Irma whe says, 0 /
will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon -
Its effects commons by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ul us snatier , which, in
the lungs, liver, and • to nal organs, is. termed
tubercless in the g ds, swellings; and on
the surface , er upts r sores. - This foul cor
ruption, which Bend in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so.that scrofulous constitu.2
tions not only suffer' from scrofulous cora."
plaints, but they have far less power to with
stand the ,attackto of other &reuses - conse
quently, vast numbers perish by . disorders
which, although not scrofulous' in theirnature,
are still rendered fatal by this taint in the
system. Most of the consum ption which de
cimatcs the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination ; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
are aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous;
their persona ore invaded by this lurking in-;
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
• the blood by an alterative meslicine. and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine we supply in .
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times emn devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remedials that have
been discovered for the, expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, -and the rescue of the
system from its destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only scrofula, but also chose other Mice:
Lions which -arise from -it, such as Eaerriva
and Sam, Disuses, Sr. AlernoNv's FM;
liese, or Envsersus, Plumes, Femmes.
Burren.ss, IlLsr.vs and BOMB, Towns, Ter=
and SALT harem, 5C2.1.1) HE IM, BOIONCO/01,
RHEUMATISM, SITIIILITIC add Menet:max Drs-N
EASES, Deers:, Dvseersis, Demur; and,
indeed, ALL COMpLAINIS MUSING rimer VITIA
TED on btPLIRE BLOOD. The popular belief
in ~ i mpurity if she blood" is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of tills &map's
rids is to purify and regenerate this" . vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
contaminated constitutions. -
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR- ALL THE , PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIC,'
are so composed that disease within the range of
their action can rarely withstand or evade theta
Their pe_nctrating prOperties search, and cleanse,
and invigorate every portion of the human organ.
ism. correcting its diseased action, and restoring
its healtlirvitallties. As a consequence of thaw
properties, the invalid • who is bowed, down with
pain or physical debility is astonished to And his
health or energy restored by a remedy at once so
simple and hinting.
Plot only de they cure the every-day complaints
of every body, but also many formidable and
dangerous diseases. The agent below named is
pleased to furnish gratis my American Almanac,
containing certificates of their cures and directions
for their use in the foll Owing complaints: Costire
nest, Itearaurn, Headache wiring from disordered
Stomach, ..Vaurea, Indiyarion, Pain in and Morbid
Inaction of the Bowels, Flatulency, Lose of Appe-.
Jaundice, and other kindred complaints,
arising from a low state of the body or obstruction
of its functions. , _
Ayer's - Cherry Pectoral)
FOR TILE BAP/IL CVILR OP
Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Boarkeness,
Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient , Consump.
lion, and for the relief of Consumptive
Patients in advanced, stages of the
So wide is the field of its usefulness and so nu
merous are the cases of its cures, that almost
every section of country abounds in persons pub.
licliknown. who have been restoredfrom alarming
and even desperate diseases of the lungs by its
use. When once tried, its.superiority over every.
other medicine of its kind is too apparent to escape
observation, and *here its virtues are known, the
public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ
for the distressing and dangerous affections of the
pnlmobary organs that are incident to our climate.
While many inferior remedies thrust upon the
community have failed and been discarded, Shia
has gained friends by every trial, conferred benefits
on the afflicted they can never fotget, and pro
duced cures too numerous and too remarkable to
PREPARED BY •
A. TunnEtz, Montrose. P A. P. Miura, &
Gibson; J. Hoar oup,.Priendsville; YOUNG &
Smixtr, Summers;' jai Snort . ; Springville; HAT.
nEs Bnoramns„ New Milford; J. T. CARLISLE,
Great Rend; E. - R. Gnow, Glenwood ; V. H.
THAYER, Diinoek; EATON & Maxt.E.Y. Harford,
and all Druggists. frnli9 ly
Hare now on hard a large assortment of Fire
and Thief Proof Salamander Safes. Also,
Iron Doors for Banks and Storea,lron Shutters,
Iron Sash,' all makes of Locks, equal to any
made in the United States. -
Five Safes in one Fire.. All cane. out Right
with eontents in good condition.
TUE SALAMANDER. SAFES OF PIIILAITELFIIIA
Hare bad the sui•cat demonstration in the
following certificate that their manufacture. of
Salamander Safes bas at lengtlefolly warranted,
the representationa• which have been made of.
them as rendering ari undoubted security against
the territio,element • •
Philadelphia, April 12th, 1856, _
Afc.4rs, Evna, & WAT€ON.—GOLlthlatell: It
affords ns the highest satisfaction to state to
you, that owing to the very protective qualities
of tiiio of - the Salamander Safes which 'we.
purcbAscd of you some months shtick we saved
a largo, portion of our jewelry,and all our books,
pupors, &c" exposed to the. calamitous 6ro
Romstead Place, the morning of the 11th
When we reflect that those Safes were located•
in the ['Mirth story of the building wn occupied;
and that they subsequently felt into a heap of
burning ruins, where the vast concentration of
heat caused the brass plates to.ntelt, we cannot
but regard the preservation of their valuable
contents as most - convincing frog of the great
security afforded by, your Safes. . , .
We shall tel much iileasure - in recombend
ing them' to men of business as a sure reliate
against fire. -
• GEORGE W. SIMMONS & BRO, Jevadeva,
Who have parchased six large Safes elude.
April LYS, `59-Iy.
A C kEID.
Glasos;Nov. `!^d. 1858:
WIIEREAStiore have been some statements
made by me against REnE WA A. Ket.i.SY,
and whereas said R. A. Kelley" has commenced
a cult against, me in. the common pleas .of Sue.
quettanna comity.for trail - false on the. case, no . i;
for the sake of .a settlement of .said suit and
peace and quiet.new make the following ac.
knowledgments: that I regret that I ever said
anything *boot said Kelley, and at ibis time
withdraw All charges against her tbs I -bsvn
madiiind don Wiese her nt,_ ibis time toihe
simb a girl. - D. F;BRUNDAGE.--
GLIFVOTtiII• has lOnsted himself
-LA in Montrone for the purpone•of carryin g on
the Diterraft In aarttaall its branches. • He is
now ready to attend to all calls in his profession
with promptness, and Wittraidnavor to give entire
satisfaction. All operations IiERSASTED. Office
over Chandler's store. Sept. 1 nth, 1858.7—tr.
DR. J. C. ATER & CO.
FOR SALE BY
EVANS & WATSON,
2f3- SOUTH FOURTH STREET,
AGAINST TUE WORLD
EVANS 6r. WATSON
MD IHIS , WAITING !
'LOOK OUT nil MUMS!
A T HAYDEN BROTHERS' ORIGINAL
11: One Price Reldy Pny Store, consisting of
Routs.& Shoes, Blots & Caps,
Stone dr. Wooden. Ware,
Paints, Oils, cams, dec.,
Watcher, Jewelry, Yankee Notions;
4 -- tr NO -END TO THEM! :in'
You wit never find old shell:wore, moth-eaten,
rotten, or out Or Style QOOdli at UAIDEN Bros.'
Look out for Old Fogies, and buy your Goods
wliere sou can SAVE i 8 I'EP. CF.ST. WO havo
a largli stock of . -
GODS Purchased for CASH,
and Will be sold at prices that will frighten the
Old Fogy principles.
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED
as represented. No charge for showing Gonda.
New Milford, Pa., June, 1 859.,• tm
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NEW METHOD FOR THE PIANO FORTE.
BY CHARLES GROBE
Opus 1100. •
Price, $2 50 nett.—Bound in-Cloth, $3 00 nett
A GOOD instruction book for the Piano has
been loti , ; wanting, and Mr CRAS. GROSE
has performedrthe labor, in getting_ this one np
iu a most ado irable and satisfactory manner.
It will prove itself to be one of the most - valuable
guides in the instruction of. the art of playing
Considering the author's well known'eapacity
andlong and unremitting devotion to the task of
der/tenth); teaching, we have strong reason to
hope that the public are now to be furnished
with a thorough, systematic, progressive, and
entertaining method for the Piano.
We can confidently recomineed-itio teachers
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• This method wilt, undon tedly, providetettch.
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This work contfini ten engravedfignuss, illus
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f lingers; and also a likeness of the author.
. Its typographical:accuracy and appearance have
'never been equallid In any musical work that
has heretoforolieen issued from the press in
.this .4, nay other dotiettv. •' ..
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A FR* , Words on the Rational
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Debility, Prematn*Deentof this Systena, , lm po.
Atoll aud ItnpediMemt to
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.14. DE LAN4Y, M.
The .ImOortant , ,Tiet -that the many alarming
complaints,, originating. in the.imprudenee and
solitude of youth, : may he easily yernoverfwmt
OUT MEDlallla t is in this *Mall tract, clearly de
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