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-TILE MONTROSE': . D*EItOoRAT 1
A 4; GERRMON,: . •
EDITOR, PUBLISHER, • AND. - PROPRIETOR.
OFFICE orrosrm TIIE;POST..OFFICE•
egnieAle, ef 0
Pon - vex, rnEstnEliT,
RERS - CIR,UOIMSOII,
Electors- • . .
Stephen S Winchester Cleorze 31 Kelm
Joseph Limbach .. itichani Vim% '
Isaac Beckham . . I'mlerlck A Serier
George D Jackson William C Patterson
John . Ala Jozr ., eph Crockett
Joel B Danner John 0 Brenner
Jesse 11 Crawford George W Jacob: ,
'tonal° N Lee Charted Kelly
Joshua B llowell - Oliver 'l' Janie! .. ,
Nathaniel P Fetterman 'David' &khan
Samuel dlats , liall - - Joel 1. Lightner
William Book Samuel S Barber _
Byron D Hamlin -. Thomas 1I Walker'
• DEMOCRATIC MEETING
AT - FRIEND - TILLE!
Chi SALTITIMAY eve: Nov. 3t.
J. IL McCOLLUM will positivelfbe present and speak.
The friends of Douglas and4ohnson in the vicinity will
faience again for the tinal contest with fanaticirOc.
larThanksgiring, Thursday, Novlrmber 29th.
AM' Presidential Election, next Tnemlay, November 6.
$B5 Sewing Madiiine for
• FIFTY DOLLARS. .
We can furnish the c'elebrated.*Bs Gro
vet. and Baker Sewing machine : (either
Family or Shuttle ma(line) . at $5O (let;s a
disci:mitt for cash.) Also Wheeler and.
Wilson's machine at reduced prices'. We
can Sell them at lower rates than other
parties—shipped direCt from the mannfase
tnrers, and - by -them warranted.
Till musitcarrias Azotrrynnsts:
. As the Reimblieans sometimes deny
that.they desire to abolish ',Slavery, it is
well to remind them of their own declara
tions. During the' last sessiOn: of Con
gress, 310131ake, an Ohio AbOlition Mem
ber; offered the following resolution: •
" Resqvcd, That the committee on the
judiciary be, and the.same is 'hereby in
strncted to inquire into the expediency of
reporting a bill GIVING. FREEDOI
TO.EVERY , IIMIAN BEING, .and in
terdicting slavery wherever Congrs has
Constittitional power to legislate on the
• For this sixty Republican Congress
men voted ;• and in no wayl . l.3ve any Re
`publicans ever repudiated it The effect
of the bill proposed was io LIBERATE
ALL THE SLAVES IN THE UNION.
The National Members defeated the reso
lution.; but its support prm:es that the
Republicans were in tlivor of ABOLISI4-
ING SLAVERY IN‘,THE STATES !
It could mean nothing else. This agrees
with Seward, who said: "SLAVERY
MUST BE 'ABOLISHED, AND YOU .
AND \ I MUST 1)0 IT." Also with 68
Republican Helperite Congressmen, whQt
they said: _ " WE ARE Dk.. - TERIIINED
TO ABOLISH SLAVERY. AT' ALL
HAZARDS, AND SO HELP US GOD
WE WILL." s
Or A correct copy of the Democratic.
Electoral Ticket is published in our 'paper
to-day, and we caution Democrats against
being imposed upon by any other. This
is the ONLY TICKET issued by any
Democrats; -and -if others shall appear at
e polls they Will be bogus ones gni up
by the Republicans. Vote no ticket that
does not correspond exactly with that in
our paper. SEE THAT EVEY NAME
IS'RIgHT, for ballots are sometimes
:toted by the apposition with one or two
names changed, so as to defraud the vb-
Ley: It was done by the Fremouters in
Pennsylvania in 1856, and the same men
nor snniqrt Lincoln, and may as Well be
watched. EXAMINE YOUR TICKETS
-- lar The Lincolnites seem disposed to
deal, largely in brag, just noai hoping
thereby to 'dishearten •Democrats,,_ so
as to keep them at home election day,
and give them a , victory. As this is no
new game with them, we caution the pub
lie against' being duped by it. *lf Abe
loses 25 Northern votes he is w-bipped
and his friends are evidently fearful lest he
lose them—Which he will if all the NatiOnal
men vote`as they believe. _MN sad the
rail-slitters will feel if they wake up and:
,find that Abe ain't going to be President
after all! It will remind them of the dead
Illusion colt. . •
*"'"' In these days of fusion and anti-!
fusion, it nmy' please certain parties to:
hear that a fusion, if We may so call it,,
has lately been formed in the Oregon"
Legislature by which Nesmith, (Doughis.:,
ite,) and Baker, (Abolitiouist) 'have been
elected United, States Senators. As StlM
Abolitionists get the Sonatorfor a shor t. term - drily, it is said that, ris:a recompense,
the electoral Vote of the State is to be
given to Lincoln. We shall see.
gr'Et=er:%- 'voter should remember
when-be casts his vote, that, although Ite
publicans talk largely about a Tariff, and
Homestead Bill, they are kUpporting "Ittu
nibal Hamlin for Vice President; and that
Hamliu has always opposed lioth the
measires., Elect him, and neither
adoped, for with hiS position of • in ,
fluenie and. balance-of-power votes,lie will
W . " The:Lineoluites.ure.stitt, busy in
retailing the siery . that Herichel V. .John:
son o4ce advoewil the se ntinient that
" Cripiia should own its'own•laboi.," The
NorthAtaerican,which originatedthis base
falsehood. svas obliged to retract it. the
next day, but its party, stilt cling, to it
'oping that " a lie well stuck to is as gOod'
as'a truth " to AC.coniOsli their end..
' The Black Republicans ire making
Ftrong efforts td 'tarry Delaware: The
means they are resorting to are money,.
fraud. and slobulitt •
- 'iairro !Aar. you 414itoliO' EQUALTItt,,
I iUndetithis caption the Montrose Re
raiblieani of last dweek cepie an article
fr+m ithe Chicago Press and Tribune,
4thich atEeatpts. tolfix upon the PeinOeratic
P:ity] all the laws in NOrthimn 'State's
petnuttmg egy tap. The article
N - S fr • •
alionniisf hirg - elvAn •asicrlierme I bUtl upon
exAlin: 4 ton we find no attempt at ipro;,:f;
or-r - eler'ences being gireii from
wpten ti test . the points at Issue,• We
therefore prononco .the whole thing
I . -
lArieatiOn ; and will shim,. frOnt the
'it4lf, that !portion's of •it at least,
atie basely onli• rder to
•i ' •• ' '• lr I `' •
fltlen its a t r!.(.0 Litton
they jire :sufficient; to :fix,the
respobsibitity where it properlybelOngs:
i lt!!s `rharged )11:it • the ...Ihisactite;'etts
.Segrn +ffrage law was passed by the
ientOcrittii; party,[ NoW all Will ie'rnent
her thak Gov Anninr , ! light
ainong '4tTithlicaits,-reconnnended 14h -big
Ogroes4tVeote itPiin one Year't) residence.;
and' thail naturalized white !ten [ he 0-
pri,ved-4i voting for two i years after the
Period fixei g liy! the copstittitkoa, The
kgislattire, ; wits alamst I.aitirely Re:
• ' ;
publicatt, passed, the mid submitted
tlle.qttc:ition to a , popular vote: It was
sit-ow - Nfiipposed by the ehtire Demberatic
party, and advocateil.4 the Republican—
'• I • • -
only 04.0 r two of t -oigans shrinkingft:ont'it,, Support. As Oaf RePublienn ma
jOrity Wps very large, niggerisni prevailed,
lit'Neivl York, three IlePublit.air legisla
turesi hive pasSed_ bills . einferring utiver
sarsiiffrury upon Ni3groes—sfich
nig uniformly 00'3244 by all the Demo-
Cratie Members, as: well the Pai•ty, Next
week alimpular tote is tb . .lie taken upon
the final disposition oldie question.' What
do we tiow 'witness ? Tlie law is advoeir
ted eXelusivelyhy the,Tributni, and other.
Reptildlean papers, and opposed by the
Democratic; andiiftheilaiii- is voted down,
it will fp because the ni4ger-Ipart;i , have
not yeC;got all their victiins fully piepared
to swallow so nauseating a dose. Look
at OW which ha's just blen carried'by the
Black' tlepublican Negro vote, under the
black Ai•cismi of Judge Brinkerhotr, Last
Winter ithe Democrats. lin the legislature
. Offered 1 bill co ironed -toldestroy the•
black4eision, and the Republicaiis voted.
CI AND HY t O DOIND THEM
SEIXEh , ;DY THE AID OF THE. EximA NE4no
'volts To CARRY THE iNTATE THIS FALL!
Yet the. thee—of, these. indisPutable
facts tl(e.' Chiea b 1 3 resii; and Tribime
nies'tlnit Reptibliennismi l lias ever favored
istiffrage! And the MontrOse l.le
ublie..-vn copies false nrtiele 2 'just as
Coolly Is if the editor thcimddlit was - true!.
It is by! :inch means that! !try to cover
'eformitieS and ail to .l electi a man
l'resi(fetit who says thaf, the [Declaration''
Of Imfilpendence places Negroes tipmi an
equali4- with Whites; and that if it does
not so place theta, ii,ought t o•be torn up !
(See'. Douglas . and Lincoln Debates,'
80, the false intent of the article in
questhin, is farther appa [ rent from the. tact
that. :it repeat the false charge upon
Dougliis that- , be ",don't care whether
'Slaven is votettitp or diown,l! when it is
Weintiown that! he never Used the. lan
image4s. nor expressed 'the Oea. , i In his
'liceeN against Lecomption lie Said his ac
tion fp referen're to hat com;titut ion
u-oidd tot. be affected - l)y the . voting up'
lor dolitn of the !laveryielause; lint as itl
nqtembodi thepopalar Will, he would
• For this speech Illepnblicans
. once, applauded,him; but.now they garble
his-linignage and libel his plain nieaning
t. to deceive the himeqt, mass es
• • •
REPUBLICAN liistrNlO I
lay be wcill to e.l
the,pOlie to a frw the'
the 'talk about Pisun
m:trty ; peofile 1611 be,
thatn netjorit.of th
are hi a condithin of
to extent,that the
ntillifying the ecittstitut
ThC last number of
givesytm account of th
hib4lbeir officials nut
ingiri the execution of the 0 fugitive slat
laW 4 l in- other 'words, which have : nullitie.
and hrdken the Constitution Of the Unite
State. They r're :is follow 4, :. •
M:line, New York. ; Conneetictit, Blind
Isla'itii, New liampshire t New Jerse3,.
Pen Sylvania, Wisconsin, MassaChustt4,
Vernetit and Michigan. . 1 ,
. The States - il'hich deny the use of a I
pubiii; edifices itv aid of the inasters are,
10ine, New iYork, Vert-210d Mehl*,
Tlc States Which provide' defence f
theiffigitives are, ,
3biine :NC* York, Verm ,;Pentis‘ I
, , -
vania, Massaclinsetts, - and 3 ichigan.
folloWing are some o theicheerf
tordspects before a citizen of any ts. °tithe
Stag who haslthe old-fashinne& notio
in bifi head that he- is living mider
Constitution of the United Stater; and c
tieivbis to reclaim his •pr
tided by . that 'instrument: • • I
Stitte •, Fine. Imprirronmel
In Blaine 81,000
Itillerrnont, ' 2,000
In .11fass. • ' ' .5,000
In 0.), 5,000..
In Venn.. - .1,000 rmont.i.
In Indiana ' • 5,000 14 i-ea l r:
In Mieliigan „ ; 1,000 410
ITOVisconsiii • 1,000:... .2 , 4 1.
In lowa 1,000 5 a
It will'be sewn from the aboi - eithat the
Northern States Are:pearly' a posi
tion of praeti4al disunion.. that is,-they
luvre'relused to sustain the Constituttou
widely their "fathers adopted. In Jude;.
Druid Wehster, in a Speee,h at C ip
on Springs, rent:irked •,_•1 •
• ." I do not , hesitate to - say and repeat,'
that if the NOrthern States refuSewilitd-.
ly and delibeeatelyiAo` carry e et
that part of.4he 'Constittitioti whieh
pets the risthraticin of fugitiv,e Slaves
Sohth would ionger be bound to, h
_A bargain broken of
onh • side Is bargain broken on al
skies." . -
Now, according to Daniel Wehster
he!is generally regarded' as good' auth r
tyittt the North,. the South - are ti,-day ju •
tifled . in prestming that this coficederat
of States, framed* foit mutual prot tic( u
6141 cud.• ';
rag 18150 . 1100141 ft IS TIE Tan -oNz.
In these dills :of! excitement
Einthe itu j ostion of the right • and duty of
Congress tb ineildle with ilave4 . •in the
territories, 4 `is well.for cool beaded,
.iblt; men to sit (litietly dorm at. home an 4 1
ead - Ahe record of the settlement of the
nest ion 'or slarerYin the terrltories,l-as
dopted by all theleading stalesmen of
he Whig ;lint Dentocratic - parties, and
;_ladly received'and acquiesced in'by the
entire mass of the voters of the.: Union,
referenee toyarty lines.
The - following is ,an - extract front the
Report of the Committee of Thirteen',•of
whicit Ilettryllay Was (talian:tit, made
yn theT nited StateS Senate on the Bth of
May, - 180 :. :
"Mo:avoid, in 01 ; 1(1th/it !irne, -the.ngita
lions Nvilicli ninst, lid produced by the con
flirt 1)1'00 . 160n On -
. the slai.-ery que;tion---'
existing, as' this institution: does, in Some
Of fhe States, and prohibited :e g it is, in
Others-:-TI iIffTII.CE PRINCIPLE wl:if ix
oruni"ro nIiGULATETIIE ACTIoN oF . CO!'s...-
GI I ES:.i i n .11.iiininit . Territorial govern,
lams for eaelt newly acquired mbuitain, IS
TO REFIZAIN FROM ALL LEGISLA
TION ON THE SUBJECT in the Terri
• Cory acquired so long as it. retains iheTer
ritorial tOrih ofGoverntheitt-2 - :4l`'leav:ing
t to the people of sae!, Territory, WHEN
4 11 H
IEY AVE ATTAINEI ) Ti) CON.;
- DITION\WHICIP ENTITLES A
ro :AN ADMISSION' AS A :STATE,
!.o deq hlefir'.o . theinseh'es. the question. of
hr allowance Or,,proli - ibition of - domestie
„-lavery,%4l. - -i: .. - . ::. : 1
This' was the (.'lay. and Whi ! , doctrine
in 1850, :ail* it was also the Democratic
doctrine.' The DeMocratie . party,lways
adhered •to this sound principle, as the
record oat incest !•pticlusively show ; mid
upon this principlethat the-people of a
Territoryshoidd he left free to determine
whether or not they would have slavery
—the 'remit ories'ot Utah New Mexico
were organized, Odell was a van of I.lnl
CompiJomisenceasures . of 1 850.
In 185.2,"b0th the Whig and Democratic
parties, in their National Conventions, en-
Aorsed the Contploinke meat:M.o)o . ore:
jalluded to—includin! , with the :rite doi.-
i trine theifisgitire Shire Lipp, the admis
sion of California into the , rnion,
This doctrine li.:lS endorsed by Wil
mot, Wow, Ilkad; Frazier,—in fact by all
the great and little lights of both the
Whig and 1. 1 / 4 ni --rties,, in all see;
'fines-of the - ei with North . .and
South. And w t good doctrine
to-day? Who shown anything
wrong or rank,— nit it? No one
—nor coal it4)e none. IVe believe, anti
always have liTehl, the only iloe-
trine that canAliirli-, peiiceftilly, and
manatly settle lit: , we
bare always rePtidiated any and :all other
dogmas, and do so now more earnestly
than ever before because we. see. that an
attempted departure from ,it tends - not.
only. to keep open an agitAji which can
r64ult- in no but which distracts
the attention of tide- country frciin its le
gitimate channel, Mid. will, it' *itlnued,
finally pluiige- th'e Union into all .the
horrors pre . dicted by • Washington and
.TeiTerson, and Of.which they warned their
countrymen to beWare.
In - ]S SG, the'DMnociatie parts, in- _Na
tional Coithmtion at. Cincinnati, adop
ted the following resolution as their
platthrm : . - .
Resolved, That, we ?oviignize the right
of the people of all the Territories, includ-
Kansas and Nebraska, acting through
the legally mill exlu will of a
majority. of acinal • resi dents, and WHEN
EVER the number of their inhabitants jus
tifies it, to form'a constitution, with or
without slavery, Mid be admitted into the
rnion; upow terms of 4:quality With the
AT THE WORTH
Now, then, the true position of every
Democrat is to stand by the' record.- The
doctrine' of the comprotniiZe of 1850; of
I both the Whig :nil Democratic National
ICotiventjons of . 1852, of, the Cincinnati
PlatlOrm of 1856Hwhicti was -reaffirmed
at Charleston by - the Democrats of.] sGif—
is the one whiclttnust finally become • the
settled Polley of the - country, le(dema
, gognes put that dity as tiir oil as they may.
Only but this doctrine of nim-intertentioh
he faitlifidly adhered to, and there Will
be an end of the troubles growimr lout' of
the slavery excitement, for,if . takes the
question a , ,vay from ingress, and destoys
thosource from • Whiell exi".4tement Origin
', ales and is carried ,
n, and Inj • ifoub
( Nortliern State'
actical re olutioi l
ton o 1 thd Unite,
De Dote Revie'
citizens fifoni ai
WORK FOR ELI MM DAT.
IVe trust our friends will not m'erlook
the nt'Tessary work ;for election day. Go
to the polls early; see that all art, ont
keep a .wOrking three about the Aids all
clay; ehallem , e all iili al or donhitnl
- ters; seo. that yotnN tickets are not,stolen ,
or elamgol ; that ',no man is hqproperly
and . remember that
``the victory is 7114 ffir,lllo strum, ,!one;
but. 15 ivottby the vigilant, the:W.OAT, th(:!.
Lot .I..VCry vutil. • rt.niciwr ittit.
.Ulll.Olll s'ald, in :o , pet.:(ll delivered - in
tliat-c- - - •
6 .5 yeu
" THECHAEACTER OF THOMAS
As Lincoln 1 never- retracted the
Innguag,e, he still. thinks so. Let every
pail who thinks Jeiterson'sieharacter was
t rti.lntsive vole against this
. . 5
. 5 "I
have;a plentiful stipply elew
tion tickeisTht this oflice..
NEGRO VOTE?, IN 01110. —Tile !;t`Orge
tOlTtl Ccjunty) Argus 'saysAlit
s:ntiment would'tot :1110W him to - vote at
t ie pOlhithere, started MY for
. I.lipley on
t morning;of the eleetion, where: he
knew his.AbolitiOn friends would allow
e] his vote, and he returned in the evening,
boastitio-thathe had voted, together with
n 1 twenty-One -other Mulattoes!
"-The. firstllinniversary of-tlie taking
''of Harper's 'Ferry, by Old . Ossaivotainte
Broivn, was celebrated in Pbilad O phia by
1 a grand Wide Awake torch-ligbt process:
ion, serenade to the Governor elect, and
a number of elognentsspeeches liy . efirinent
LINCOLN'S OPINION OF MFERSON.
OF THE IiEMOCRATIC STATE -EX-
To.the Deniocracy of POn . sylvania : '
the. Democratic 'State,'Committee deems
it a ray, once more to 'addreSS you; -be
fore the tim e d vote for President 4.)r. the
United-States. It is enabled to do so
now, . with a conscioneness . that, 'every
sacrifice of private 'feeling having been
made, the Democratic. party is -once More
muted in the support of the revlai
Mated electoral ticket, Which in itS ag
gregate, represents the :public - sentiment
of I 'ennsylvanizi,- adverse to seetionalisin,
and-faithful to the Union and the Consti
The object of the State Committee now
:iS, to invoke for that ticket a zealous and
active support. Such a support, given hi
every county of the State,. may reverse
the defeat at the State election, and, i even
ificdOes . not, will sate the Democratic
party fromthat disintegration, Which , an
apparent abandonment of its flag would
seem to threnien, and which our ancient
enemies so witch desire. If the Dento
cratic party iii Pennsylvania can he demur
, alized mul broken to pieces,•_thil pernia
neut. sticcess of the mereenary crowd, now.
for Ming-the People's or-Republican party,
will lie secured, and:. the State -winch is
more substantially Denioeratic than. any i
.one in the Union, be handed over for a
44eries of years, to the control, of those
Whose policy is alien to its true interests—.
the policy against Which -the Demoeratic
party has so' long and so resohnelyl cowt
tended. , 1'
A thorough organization and full! vote
of the demoe - raey at the Presidential, elec
tion is important for . other reasons; •
Intoxicated by one.vietory, won main
ly-through the unhappY, differences Hof the
democracy-- , -sure, with Out ellbrt,,olanoth
erin'November—the leiulers of the Ik
publiean pally are meditating an extensive
export of Pennsylvania, voters into , the
neighboring states, especially in New Jer
sey and Delaware, where • the contest is
veey close. Not wanted, as they think,
here, they will be very; serviceable there.
Let this fraud be frustrated, if possible,
by such activity on otirj part as will com
pel our adversaries to remain-at borne. It
maybe, should the attiSmpt, at colonizing
•be perSisted that Pennsylvanhi now
can be redeeined.
But:there is a higher and 'stronger mo
to action. -KVery, Democratic vote
east in Novilmber—every vote, indeed,
against the Republican ticket—is a vote
f 4 the Constitution, the Union nod - for
the rights and propertY and safety 'of our
Southern brethren, and swells the ' , Teat
conservative body, which, whether it be
at the time a majority or minority; now
stands as the only barrier to sectionalism •
and iimatieistn. Should Mr. Lincoln be
elected, find ltis ndministration prove, as,
we . fear it will; to be animated by the ag-.1
gressive spirit of. anti-Slavery fanaticism, I
and threnten - still more the well :r.eertain-1
rights of any portion of the Unton, the
Democratic party of Pennsylvania ikvill - be
the great consti6tent of the constitution
al opposition. which mtist 'check and con
trol Rai ExecutiVe. It is • all important
that the elements of such an opposition
should develope theimielves at the polls
now. 'nett demonstration of NOrthern
Democratic Sentiment,: even if it should
not insure victory,
.may ultimately save
the Union, by showing: to the . Soul h how
many -t rue friends they hate in t hel North,
and ‘especially in thOse Middle States
lehich are the truest and most loyal to the
Constitution. Let it be remembered that
when, in 1854;the storm of kindred- fanat-,
icism broke upon Pennsylvania, the Know
Nothing candidate was elected Governor
by an overwhehning'm:Ority ; and 'vet,
in less than two yeani, fanaticism died
out as suddenly as it arose, and the Delia;
ocratie party; true to its principles—faith. ,
fill, even in tlisaster, tq its starolard—re
sumed its influence and predominance iii
' the State. • So will it be now. All depends
m net it it y, on convert; on -honorable and
=glut:iv nous f(orgettlihn , s of past differ,
ences. Let. any one who hints at their re
vival. who seeks to excite again any Un
kind feelim , among Democrats, be' marked
as an enemy to his coirtry and to his par
ts. Let the County Committees take lin
ineiliat L. measures to secure a full vote of
161 - Democratic - party, even ire ! ilistriets
where local success .is :Impractieallle ; tor,
remember that, in November, every vote
counts in the great result, and
Democrat who stops it home,_expresses
his despair of the I epiddic, an practical
ly votes with 'the enemies of the Union
and the Constitution.
W. H. wELstr, Chairman.
Democratic' State V.Xieentive COmmittee
Booths, Philadelphia, October 93, 1860.
BLACK REPUBLICAN LAWS ON AATIZEN
smr.—In :Massachusetts, by an act of the
Republican Legislature, a negro upon a six -
Moynts residence is entitled 1 - 0 a vote,
while it requires a Two YEARS residence
to entitle a white man to the same privi,
No Democratic St4te no Democratic
Legislature has ever admitted negroes to
the right of suffrage, or elevated them to
.either political or sot ial priaeges . with
'the-Workinf , white man; but the liepubli,
'can States have never failed to do 46
wherever they have had the power.
/r3fr. Douglas, in his late speech at
Nilwaukie, took the trouble to refute, in
the mosttnasterly - manner, the miserable
eahuntiy, that he advised the -submission
ot'the Lecompton Constitution in the man
ner that the ConventiOn did choose to suh
and that-he had written hto :John
Calhoun to that effect.,
"Wrecks of Ifmnanity—lndiscretion of
Tooth—XO'objectis, more soul apalling
than the preinature senility of youth dai
ly Witnessed among the habitues of our
public promenades, •Where may-pc 'seen
the terrible results of disease in: its • most
frightful of the: ghastly and cadaver
ous wrecks of manhoOd.. the deluded vie
limes of Unprincipled' scoundrels, who, by
pernicious nostrumS have inipregnated
the systems of their unsuspecting and
confiding patients -with ininer4
For all ulcers and impurity of blood conse
quent on such imprudence; ITolloway's
Pills and Ointment are powerfully etfaca
dons, being, compoSed of rare balsamS
and vegetables that! are antagonistic to
to'all-disorders.of the blood . and ulcers
arising from virus !in -the body. They ,
contain not a particle of mercury or other
mineral poison. . . . .
The New York- papers coneur, in
.the Lrnion denionstration
against LINCOLN in the.city of ,New York
.as the greatest ever held.in that - eitY. The
coalition between the anti-Republican par- .
ties appears e`omplete . " and cordial, and
they arnencouragekto believe; that with
proper efforts that State can yet be wres
ted from: Lincoln. i, They are working
manfully - to accotnplsh this 'desirable ..re
arWe'answer catcgormilly that t6c
Lincoln party, as f such; has no .opinions
whatever on the Sunday question:.. .
• Suppose,liarodying'tbis alter the . man
ner or the tepublicah.• Press; me should
say.' "Lincoln don't care 'if the Sabbath
is violated or not."
When . Douglas said- it made no differ
ence to him what Constitution the people
of liansai adopted=whether: - they voted
for - shivery or against it that they%,were
equally entitled to selitgeyelinnent either
way—the Black Itepubli'can Presses'
lign hint for . saying -"he did :not care
whether slavery was voted up or .down."
Now-Douglas is willimr .to leaVe the
slavery question. where Lincoln mid The
Tribune would place .Sabhatarian
tion,in the hands of the local Governments.
.Ite may haVe . his own wishes, as an indi
vidttal, aiCto how those commtmitie'ir shall
dispose of it; but as a statesman his only * ,
,duty is to leave it alone.
lie -is right, and the world will approye
of hia course. [Atlas :uid Argus..
•'-' 7 :27 . ” That p:iinfnl nod obstinate dis
ease, Dyspep - sia, is speedily cured by the
Well known Oxvotnated Bittern. So • are
Flatulency, Water Brash, Heart-13mm,
Acidity, IntlifYeStion, Debility, &e. This
great remedy is prepared by S.. W Fowle
ecclieston, and sold by * Drugg,ists.iind
ar Mr. Jewett, Democrat, will con
test the seat of. Mr. Cutler, Republican,
whh receives the certificate Of election to
'Congress from the Sixteenth District :of
Ohio - . Cutler's majority: -was produced by
negro votes. The point was .settled
Congress in.the case of Vallandigham vs:
Campbell. Other seats in. Ohio might' be
successtUll v 'con tested im the smite ground.
.IZ7 " The Life of the Flesh is in the
Blood," - was said by-inspiration long be
iVre Harvey's Aliscovery of its circulation
had brought, to light its-purposes and uses.
Now we know not only- that "life is in
the:blood," lint that disease inhabit it also.
- INtany , of the disorders that pervade the
human frame, have their home in it, thrive
and -p!row in .it. The celebrated ,Dr. J.
C.,Ayer, -of Lowell, has had aregard to
this'important filet in making a Irianedy
to cure these disorders: his Y,xtract of
•Sarsaparilla purges- riut.the unpurities of
the brood and inducesa healthy action in
it that expels disease. Thisloas reason
able, and it is true, lhr we. know by our-
Own experience. Seldom as we take any
medicine, we have nevertheless seYeral
times been tinder obligations to the skill
of Dr. Ayer for the relief which his reme
dies never fill to afford us when we are
obliged to have recourse to them.—)Calh
. air, Halifax. Ar. 8.
`,1.- - e — Our New York .exchansres speak
*encouragingly of the prospect of the Li n-
ion„Eleetoral Ticket in that State. ' There
is every hope that New York will crush
out. sectionalism in November.
.T. Sterlim , Morton, Democrat, i isteml
of S. G. Dailey, Republican, i elected deb,
e: , ate to Congress froth Nebraskit. •
Com nt ino Senre roles the mass of the people, what.
(*Vet the misnamed an misanthropic philosopher may
say to the contrary. .tlieal a goo d t1(111:r ; let Sts
merlts.be clearly clemonst ntted."und they will tint Vim:Rate
to give it their most cordial patronage. - .The masses have
already rat i tied judement of a physician." contrerning the
virtnes of lionerEprmis MITERS. ns may he seen in the
immense quantities of tests medleihe that :Lae annually
eula in vs cry (-cc( dun of the laud. It 1+ now reco(niectl as
greatly ("ilperlor to all other remedies' vet devises' for ilk- e,
I eases of the ilie."stive organs. sack as triarrhiea;dysentery,'''
dispepeta. and for the various fevers that arise from
raneement of those'portlonslif the system. Hostetter's
name 13 rapidly becoming a household word. front Maine
to Texas., front the shores of the Atlantic to the Pachic.—
Try the article and he satisfied. sold by all druggists In
i"le - tice advdrticcntmttbin anotiMr column, nor
ilterlaavela Holland Bltteist.—d medleine,or
lung tried efficacy for purifying the blood. so essential for
the foundation or good !math. and for correction disor
ders of the stoinarh and bowels--such as Indigestion,
Heart-bora. Acidity. Vntcr Brash. Costlyeuess.
Headache, LIP“of impetile. Bilious Complaints, Cramps,
Colic, Summer Complaltd, A te.
In Nervous. Rheumatic and Neuralgic affections It has
frequently been administered with marked turei4N.
Two or three doses will convince the afflicted of its Nil
utary efferts—the stomach Will speedily twain lts strength.
a healthy artion_or the liver, howeb , and kidney will rapid;
ly take place, and renewed health tx..,the quick result..
Wenkneset• and who suffer from'
weakness or debility, where' there is a want of energy,
should at once have recourse to JUDSON'S MIJUNTAN.
HERR PILLS. They immediately purify the blood and
act upon the main spring of life;;fiving strength and vig
or to the sYsfent• Yonne persons entering into woman
hood, with a derangement.of the functions; anti to moth
ers at the turn of life. these Pills will be most efficacious
in correcting the tide of life that. etas be on the turn.
Yvout and elderly men sutler in a similar manner at the
same periods. when there is always danger, they ahonld
thereford undergo n course ;alibis purifying.pedicine,
whichensures lasting health. .
,great llonzehold Medicine 'ranks among the lead
ing necee,arive of life. ire it well known to the world
that it cure- contplainte that other rernedie, =mut reach;
thie fact beai well cetabliehed . an that the run lights the
....itub.ou'p Mountain Ilerb.Plits arc.pold by all Deal
crti in Medicine. 1130 V
Illotrat , s4 Life rills.--The high and envied celebrity
whichthis pie -eminent medicine Das aconfreilfor invariable
efficacy. in all diseases it professes to cure, has rendered
the usual practice of ostentatious puning . .ncit Only unneces
sary, but unworthy Qf them: . They are known by their
fruits ;. their good works testify for s thent, and they thrive
not by the faith of the credulous. In all cases of costive
ness, dyspepsia, Miens and liver affections, piles, fevers
and agues rheumatism. obstinate headaches. and general
derangements of health, these Pills have Invariably Proved
a 'certain and speedy reined*. A single trial will place the
LIFE-PILL~ beyond the reach of competition in the esti
mation of every patient.
Dn. MOFFAT'S PIDENIX-DITTERS -will be found to
be equally elleacions is all cares of dysnepida, headahe,
nervonl debility, PilialC,R incident to femalea In delicate
health, and even kind of weaknets of the digestive organs:.
For sale by Dn.. W. D. 3IOFFIT, :.;13 Droadway,
by medicine dealers anti drug ists generally throughout
the country. ' ' decB ly
?t (11 k
- pue 4,1
of the present eg,e, have 4equircd their great popularity
truly through years of trial. Unbounded sathfactiou •
Is rendered by theirs imall eases. '
.1100 - FLAND'S i
LiYer CquiNalot. DreDePslA: Jaundice.' #ervous Do.
Diseascs of the Kidneys,
and all diseases arioinlr from a Ifsord,reglirer, or II eat. •
nem of thaEtornaels and Digestive rgaus,
AND WILL DOSITITRY lILLy Vt./ .
'at= RYER, 111.1011 i Mil, AID 11141 Alft AIM
Dee our Almanac for proof nucz, TA mats per Batty
Ilooßaud's Balsamic onlial
. , ~.• WILL POMMELS etl
. Cal6l. Colda'nr Unreeling, 11:roathitia. Intlatms,
Croup, •Pneuinonti,lncipictat Caniquoptian.• - •
- and has pertonned the most noonistalog cares o'er kaolin
- I .
, CONFIRMED cOMiItIMP •101 r.
. . .
As a Plarrivra Cordial It is une;viattolL ,PILItI, 73 scab
'per tkille. ... - -
HOOFLAND'S. GERMAN PILL, .
Grin , : well known thrungboist Europe end America. needs
no , wmtuendatkm here. They ire purely vegetable; are .
prepared with great exactness, =dare ingn.ncouted.
better Cathartic Pill ein be found. 1.11.1C4 25 eta: per box.
These medicines ore prepared by Dr. Q. M. Jussoi A
Co„ llilbalelphia, Pa., lust Et. kaik, Mn., ;and are sold by
dmggists and diaticti in smilcinegi eri . here. The sig
nature of 0 31.)ACIISUN will be on the tilde of each
bottle re. box, ' •
In onr "ktawykdy's Atzynzacr pubH anglalTY, you
trettinony and awnmendstory tailors from all
. pats of the couturY. Thew Allumrs tird given away by
oar agents, ,
bola29] Sold In Montrose y ABEL ivrittELL, Agent.
zw - son the Advertisement .of .11oet i i Sanrortre LIVC.I
InvigontturAnd Cats uttc Nllr, In:another colutrux:
Wheat flour 11 1)171 $OO PAO
RYO Dour lel cwt .. .2 Ga, 240 .
cornmeal cwt ..2 2.4 s
Pork ....10 (Z. 12 Z:r We'
L.lrd ft 19
11) • 12 crots
Butter't4 Cr, ut cent*
Egg* qt d0z...10 F 512 ccuto
Whegt yl.bushel, V. e'tsl.4
'Rya ..... / ..... 6:1 cent!
Oati 0, :35 mute
Beane 75 0 , Si
Yotatoet.l.. ...... 3734 ceme
it •• •ES EMI GIN'S
[ D WOOD.NA THA.
jj?II . ,S 7 XIDEAL,
Is 04 beet Nedicine in the tcorhl fartlhe cure of
• t • • Coughs and Colds, Croup,
Bronchitis, Asthma,, Difficult Breathing,
• - Palpitation of the Heart. -
Failhe relief arrant/de in adranced stages of
co snmption together with all Dileases
' of the Throat and Chest and -
predispose•ta Consumption. •
• It allacke the root of disease, and make; thefell
destropr succumb toile initneace. It alooprodu.
olfrre '..XpertOrttann, induers healthy nation
in he diseased Mucous Xenilirmie and tisane.
tt is peculiarly adSptedto the radical -
1. - • cure of ASTHMA: • • .
On's dose of this inratmaue STRIP of ten glees
e air and au isequently Jeep, h Leh the particular
nature of the disease denies. It lirerypleasuid
. to the taste, and proinpl.in ifs efeits. Try it &
' •be ionrinted that it is inroluable in the core of
lirtsitch 'al Affeeliotio.
Prke . so cents per -- 'pared only by
Pr: A. F,S.E.I II'ELV. and sold by .1. Eeentcein. -
.1 corner toth and POPLA It streets,
I'hllcura, Pa. For sate in .Vont ma by
• rnl42.9li*lnsl .411 EL TL'IIItELL Itrulyiet.
BEfilld4 AIIItABGEMENTI3 — XOfiTBOBE P. 0,
A:tits ARRIVE—DaIIy (otnday excepted,) from the
East and South, by Railroad at IX P. M.
• Dally.l(snnitty, excepted.) from the West, by Railroad,
tit WU a. ho. •
• From lliughatnton direct, every Tutpuliy,Thureaay and
Saturday. at 13 p. M. ! •
From iTunkhauttuckdirect, every Trie!day, .Thuroday
and Saturday. nt I p. m.'
Front.l Towanda direct, every Tauday and Saturday at
in. in -I
7 Matti (cool Vriembkviii r e (snuday excepted) at
. 6,4 p. m.
31.4111 S LEArE—Dally Oundays excepted) for the cart
. .. •
and south, by railroad. at 6a. m. •
Daily Vunday.excepted). for the west, by railroad, at 4
p.m. ! . .
For Binghamton direct, every Monday,. Waducxdax and
Friday. at Tn., m. .
For Tankinnnock direct, every:3,tonday, Wednemby &
Friday,at 6a. m. . ! -
FoiTawanda direct. every Monday and Friday at 7 a.tn.
Daily for Frien&ville ommlny ex.) nt 7,t6 n. m. ,
Fur Laceyville - (through Anburn)—loaves Monday, at 9
a. m.—nrrives Wedneslay at 5 p. ut. .
11. J, WEBB, P. M.
VIE NO . 2 FIRE COMPANY'
will nuiet on Mmulty, Nov. :a, "r,...7 . ,-.'l:* .
9t 7 o'clock. p. m. t
J:l'. W 2 llo.rr, Foreman. 1,-; ,•• •• . •
• ..it "-" T C 7ti
.R 0100111; Nnilllee.—Rev. N. Doolittle will prench
In theCptt erraliet ehnrelt In Montrose on Sunday:Nov.4th.
• =1E426. 1 1 1 1E091w
fn 1111rford, Oct. 1504 NETTIE GERTRUDE, lama
daughter of A. dJ and F. J. Adams. aged 11 months and
it days; Brief QUM her sojourn here. but king enough to
engage the warmest affections of thenarents hearts, But,
•••i The yearning grief of friends must fall,
To lure her from her upward track,
For father's love. nor mother's wall.
Can bring the dear young cherub back..
'1 The songs of angels sings she now,
The thrilling music of the skies •
.1 Let hope's brighrradianee gild the brow,
• For ye one day to her shall rise." -
CORDS ntWOOD arc minted at this uMee, beform
electinii day, Tue.day, Nov. 6th. • •-•
• .1 • Mill Property
11111 E! titule't,bzned.offers for sate his 141.111 Property to
NOV 31ilford. two stile .4 east from the borote/h. ,It
consist s era (iItIST .1111.1. anti S.%IV 3111.1,. with a new
Slone Dam nearly completed—fit feet thick at bottom.
fe4t withe at top. and lit reel This t" very de.
strablelocation, both as to business andpouter. For
furtherniforniatina inquireor 411CILLBA1.1 lILL.L.
NeeMilforil, Nov Ist terra,-:,,m*
ail-IC:0M • '3E-3CC) ,- 3E 3 '.
lIIj sol,,erawr rest•ectfolle :rives notice .lhat
ha- moved his SHOP. SIIOF to the haFV
mot rooms opposite the -Grocery. of ii. F. Mott,
,in lklofitrose, where he Will he happy to wait on al ills
old fri601.....and as nanny others as see fit to favor him
with tfit.,:r patronage.
N. IL Having secured the services of one of the best
workinen In the country, he feels confident of skins per
: feet satisfaction to - nil who wfith FINE or COARSE.
BOOTS.. All work warranted, and very ‘ chcap for Ready
Pat. Repairing neatly done on short notice. . .
Montrose. Nov. let. trind,-nw O. F.'FARGO.
E A:N S & A. Lla E_S
Tli i:F. elk Tay opened near andl ntifu t l i azort , m at e „ n t t
.I.l. A dfGonds: elected in SecYork ea with
care. cimsist Int; of sett. 4 of Jewelry. of even - varlety—Ca
mm Orblinele. Florentine and Roman Nlosalm, Lana.
Diamond Enameled, Fine Gold and Jet. ',
WATCHES, beautiful article! for Ladle- , ;) Gold and
Silver panting and Open Face Watches. or the hest ma
kers. int:holing the “Amerlean Watch: - Fob. Vest, Chat
elaine tild Ned: Chain Gold, Jet, and Plated Bracelets;
a fall assortment of •
• Silver and Plated Ware; -
GO d, Gilt. Steel and Jet Slides and Pukels for Ladles'
Belts andikutnets; a very large stock of Finger Rings. all
prices' and styles; Gold Handkerchief Rings; Sandal
Wood and other Fans, of all colors, entirely new patterns
and r9ry rich •, Shell C . ombs, plain and inlaid with gold.
for evening &vs. , : Studs and Sleeve Buttons. of every
patterh ; Hair and-Tooth Brushes, Port Manaus . Lublus',
Cheisi l nnards and Men ; and. In fact, everything belong
ing to,•onr line of business. Thankful Tor past favors, we
cordially Invite-the Ladles and Gentlemen of this commu
nity tO call sod examine our Goods. which, we shal take
'pleasure In exhiblung. • EVANS 'ALLEN.
No 2, odd Fellows' Ball.
Binghamton, 0ct.:12,15M '
WIWI! :TreuZireriLit'uninedoulgrthaencetuortnoof kra .
ted. I i will expooe to Male, by public Tenth:Q. at- the Court
Bowe; in Montrose.on yritlay. Nov. 21. d, Ilklk at I
o'clock. p. tn.. the followin g described ' * cos ox pastels,
Of land. to wit : ' •
ALL that certain piece orparcel of land situate, king
rind being in the township of Great Bend, County of Stu
quehainna anal State - of Pennsylvania, bounded an. e.
scribed as follows. to wit; beginning . at an Ash. the
Jay land of David Taylor south. east, 1511 perches t
a - red Oak; thence north.BB4- west. 142 perehes.to a post
thence by land of Wright Chamberlin -and Scott and!
Westbrook steak. 13M - east. 253 perehearn a hemlock;
thence by land of Oliver Trowbridge north, 56' east, per
ches to stones; thence south, 4.0 east. 192 perches to at
hemlock; thence by land of N. C. Lewis north, 44 1 i" We'd. t
it pekhes to stones; thence north, 11.1%'' east, lig perches
to a Post ; thence north, 34,?4' east, 98peribes to a corner
on the river; thence down the Susertehanna•river north.
57' wivat. 2.4 perches; north. 4.'l' west. $6 peeves; north.
•• ridi" west, 2 Jtncrcluo , ; north. ir west, IS perches; north,
ars - Meet, 52 peaches-to the plate of beginning; contain
, lug 2)1 acres anal allowances, with the appurtenance s.l
•houre. a barn, some fruit trees Mid all,put 15 acres ine
proyid. [Taken in execution at the suit of Elias T.-Young
to the lieu of .lonathan Ogden vs. Cyrus .1. Skinner.] •
ALSO-=-AlLthat certain piece orraircet of land situate.
lying!and beidg in the township a Auburn. county and
Stet t,giarem,ial. bounded and described 1.01 follows, to wit :
on the north by land of Westly Beescoter, east by Abijali
Jane*, E. J • Lacy and Seth Eddy, on the south by :idol tilt
BrOWn and Johnson Slat ter r anil on thoWesrby the Brad
ford bounty line, containing INlCixtmdred and ninetyneres
'Oland, be the same-More or lees, with the appurtenances,
one frnmeaLlionse, barn. shed, cornhouse, and ahead one
hundred anal twenty acres improved. [Taken in exec*.
lion at the suit of Albert Bnardslee vs. Julius Moira.] . •
ALSOL--All that certain piece or parcel of land _situate
and being in the township ofJessep, county and State
afornsald, - bounded and described as follows, to wit ; on
the north by :fames k'unrot, en the cast by Henry Wal.
'bridge anal Wm. Shelp„ on the south by WidoveChatfield,
and on the west by James-Yearn% containing ninety-two
moral. with the epprartennuces, one house, two barns, one
'orchard and uhaut ten acres improved. [Taken in event
lion at the suit othierease Dewitt vs. Timothy Faurot.]
ALSO-.All the,eqiutilmalivlded half part of a lot of land
situate la the...township of (!rent 13erni, county and Stara
-aforesaid, situuat'ie on the north aide of the Great Bend and
Corner:ton turnpike road, adjoining kind of Lowrie Green
on the north, turnpike
John Colsten on the tnst, by the tnrn,
pikeMn the sontit, by land of li. Crane on the west, being
in Trent thirty-seven mule haltfeet anal in depth one Mtn
dredj and twenty feet. and having - thereon one three
'Story 'for Store and dwelling house, and out
boildinept, and all improved. [Taken' In execution at
the sitit of Stillwell S. Brown vs. Geo. W..llyer and Emory
J. Simons lute partners, 08 Hyer it Simons.]
.ktSCS—AII that certain'plt: or parcel of land situate
In the 'township of Great Bend, county and State afore.
. seal hounded and deecribed as follows, to wit: beginning
at a; 'Mint on the northerly line or Church street and
westerly corner of It. T. Stephens lot one hundred feet
to the southerly' corner -or Thomas Hay's lot thence
north, 2T west, along the line of Thomas Hay's lot fifty
feet to that easterly ronwr of Richard Stack's. lot : thence
parallel with the first described line ono hundred feet ter
church street. said thence smith. 2Teast. fifty feet to the
place of IS:ginning., containing shout ter thousand square
feet bflanal, Ile the same more .or • less, with the appurte
temries; one dwelling home. one'llarn. anal all improved.
[Taken execution nt the suit far IL It. Little to the use
of Wakeman C. Ilaudrick vs. William Green.]
ALSO—AII that certain piece or parcel of land situate
•In the township of Rush,' county and State aforesaid:.
bounded and descrilwal.ss follows, to wit: the north
.by lend of WM. MISS, on the east by land of Charles
Jerry, on tile south by•lnnd of Dr: Ilimm'Colpovell, and
on the west by land of N. J. Sherwood. being the saute
land rersattlyqmnveyeal by N."D. Snyder to S. If. Canfield,
with the appurtenances. one saw mitt, with lath ncteldne
ad:tiled, containing about eleven nines, be the same more
or lON, and nearly all Improved. [Taken in exeentiou nt
the !suit of Wm. E. Taylor vs. James W. Bosworth and
N.•Bosworth.] • ~ _
* Tunsts or BALI: 94121 C as Adveriiffit elseivhere Indies
JOJIN YOU:k10, Sheriff.
SI eriffs Office; Montrose, Oetolio 2.9th.11930.
I SOUTHAVORTII tt- VADAND..T,
ANANUFACTUREILS AND DEALERS tn. Italian and
J.1..1 Antetittuf Marble tor Monuments,,. Headstones.
Tontb-Tubles, Mantlex: Ennis and Centre•Tablez. Alto
&detain - Marbleized /Matelot Mantles; eentre-Tahlea. &e.
Slip u f.,,w awn,. en4t 418 e: tries llotelon Turnpike
d trod, Montrete, Pa. • uel1)
NO. 30,- COURT
Binghaniton., - N. Y.
QUICK SUES—SMALL PROFITS.
MANE JUST tax:Er:ED
at - Z2V Cab OD2
From AuCtiOn and =souther-8
_AND -WILL SELL YOU
iflocKLlT:older Plinio. Fast Colors
13eid. Merrimac Panto •
Beautiful Del.nlnen 10
11(mt Hamilton and P.ville • .„,..10
Fine French Mernnoe,. Plain Gti
Figured - do
Deninin • • from-r,n to 121
Neon Wrappeni anal/time:o.. fnon GO MA fo 2.00 - - •
• . ,
• • •
Lathes, • ereno -Vests
VERY. CHEAP !
L' c.) T x-x ss
A !..ARGE - STOCK OF,
Ali Iffool--,-From $1 to $5 pr. yd.
PEt4E3gia - 1333.0.rets
From '55 to $1.50
Tied Gloves from to
t• 18 3-1. Cents.
G r iscocres,
All the Latest Styles
coist(wity on han d .
Idade to Order, on Short Notice.
Our ifiock is Full.
• Val 'jj \\P -
,- • /
dud 3ou:4:111 be, etnivinesll float tltc - pltcti to get' Ow. It.
Worth 'of Your lyloner,
lIUNIERFoRD p icp
IVO.. SO • CJCIPI:73ELPLI IStrioot,
:.tINGHA NI TON.
;1111 . ; ,C. (Ca
frIIIE Subscriber will offer for s.ale at A act fon on Maur,- '
(lay. the 22c1 ilay;Of November. isrt nt Itt o'clock. a.
the following property. v I : Two Catves. one plc two,
ymirs old Steers, trenched and broke_ one ftve years old -
Stare; on e yonig horse, good for na work, one two year*
old Colt.- one Cow, :IS Yearlings. tvottity to Thirty too. , -
flay, ,Strate, Conistailts, n on:mine of, (ont. Oats. 111:1A
wheat, 100 bushels Potatoes. two iklnrats. one two liars:,
Sleigh, one bob Sleigh, one two. horse Wagon, one light
spring Wagon, ono 'Fanning Mill. one Cultinitor. thm-
Plows, two Harrows. one Horse I Ike, outs setttwohorse..
Harriess, and other .artiefeitoo nemerons to mention ;
also. 2 a GOOD Fit lt3t. klosawu as the KI mher fano.) to rent ,
or 'sell. L • ' -
TERMS :—All ?WOW ander f's. Cash down: aft sums be
tween $.5 and .p 3, Five:Months Credit all over CIO. Ono
Year. with Interest and approredseettrit-..
15"ew Mtlford, Ottani, " JACOB WA'III..N. .
- 1011.11L31C N(.41 Eieherebyglrun to nit perKons nnr
pnited in : the (Mowing tat,.... to :
,E. , tate orN.iJ. SWEET. deed. Win. t',..31:1e , ...Adm'r.
Esstate of - SAMUEL lIESIGUX Charles Re.signie and
Iteuten AVbi.tner. Adner. • - .
Eetate ottl7AL - NCY A. WRIGIIT, E._ S. Brown, Guar
dian, rtlnar. nefOttl/t3
That the aiminintintsilave genie(' their nrottnts4 in tini
Rez(oter's Office. in anditir the. etomty of Stt..nnehanns.
and ',that the eame will he prt, , ented the. &a.ka., of th,
Bplkolri' Conr_toffaldCconty. on . TEUSDAY, NOT. :Mk
.14 r — c onlimurti ant and allowance.
elLklli-ES. NEALE, I? egi:+l.r.
- Register - a; Office,
IMOntroe4e,OtlLlnft,llol:c • ,
- 1 • Atiditcies•Notice. • •
SAAapeedlannci Cot nly.'es: :1 to the Ornh, an.' Conti
die matter of the.tttlement I-No. 14 J:ot. T. Mal. .Ex
orthe estate of 31ehltabt Tenant. (ception. Mkt) to the ac-,,
deed. J. It Rlchardeon, Adair.) count orthe
TUE andemlttned, on Andltor appointed tor the Court.
, ;to her and determine upon the exception. Wed to
the o mon t. or mid admint.t odor, hereby-0 , mA not lee that
vrillattend to the (lode. of hi. appointment at ht. office
Stontro.e oh Tbartolay, the nth dar of Nor. next, of one
m..; at which timeund potties Intetet t
plen.e attend or be forever afterward detintred.
• LP. FITCH;AndLter:
• 'HAYDEN 111:0T14EILS • '
WHOLESALE DEALER-5 IN . ,
SAL,W33C-F-a4^ l. NC:IWIC=I)IVO3.-,
FANCY - GOODS.
WM. 11A1*.Dtir.g. • • . . ... -
JOHN lIAI.I)E.V. 1
TRACY HAYDEN. • 'SEW IfiLFON.O,. Itf..
GEORGE BAUM:. . •
— l '•
~ A ,
UTILLIA3IS'S COMPOUND 'SULU.-
tton for the prim, 1,4 warranted. to efett a enre
In every CalaC v and In all gtagea of the diaeace, or the money
will be refunded. Full dliectiona accompany cork bottle.
For saledn Abel Turndl, Montrose; O. G. Ilempplead_
Brooklyn ; 'P. J. Babcock; Dinteelt: renuel Carpenter.
Ilarford ; G• G. William& Jackson ;1. U. Slocum. bendaff;
A. B. Merrill. flophottom ; A..). Merrill. Scranton:
CTMR.TXX•XC.AM.T I 23.
This is In cert ify, that 31r,Euiery has been entitled for
yehrs istst with that diStresslng complaint known as the
•• Plies." and tlett havituz failed In secnring relief from
%ions Physicians, she was Induced from reports tp try Mr.
hi7llaras' •'Pilo Solution," which we obtained at one of
Agencies In Truikharinock, Pa. . The result has been
the most favorable. • The trial was 'made' with it last fall..
and after using as directed for a few days, what vi fuse
for t si reason to think woos permanent. cure was rihrtril.
&wend other eases of a similar nature. in•this rlrinits
hall) used it with like results. Wittelly. WUhinuts Muth,
lin cure no pay r every oae thushlllirted. w ill eertuiell
doiwell to try It. B. B. E3l( UV.
Pastoral:Si:E. Quirch„ Tunkhanaock, Wyoming Co.. Pa,
dune Gth,lB6o. . ' if.
FALL STYLES . NOW; READY
At - _:C Barkari, s!
FOR READY. i
PAY AND SMALL fROFITS!
rr DURRITT. at the "Original New Uftforil Shawl and
Drime Good. Emporium," he now ree L tlrlng n Lar,re
and CUOICE STOCK of 4e,
FALL AND WINTER
Itt!elatllng a great variety of the newest and etylea or
tireau.Goodigi Shawls, llroadeloth & IVlnter
wltha large rtrenetineut ut other
Btaple and Fancy Goods;
Al. wined, in _Centuries. CrockinT, Hardware. lion and
Steal, Nulls, :Ocoee,. Drugs_ Pa.tite. OiD, Fluid. I.
Shona. Hats; edim, Cloche,. Carpeting. Floor Oil Cloth.
Wall Paper. }hinted and OM Wilithar Skokie, a large Una
of herueenc Lanip and 011 Fixtures, &F.. atm
Furs and Buffalo Robes.'
Cir:The Imam stock bet irriarge atd tainght totiCASII;
and largely lII= StANUFACTUItERS and Filo* Mane,
dillglee anperior opportunklet for choke eclect lade and
low-down priemt, and will ho sold on thu moot no-arable.
[Cana for CASH.. PItODUCI4 and to Prinnot
Buyers. An examination of the Clooilk and pried l a /
Annul profitable to.,lhoso who Oh to buy.
t FLOUR AND SALT-CONSTANTLY 0 HAND,