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4 04wedoe, If
$B5 Searing Maohirie for
FlFT'ir - DOLLAREL
We me, furnish the celebrated $B5 taro-
Ter Axle" Baker Sewing machine - - (either
Family or Shuttle ranchine) at $5O (leas, a
discount for cash.)_ Also Wheeler and
Wilson's machine at reduced prices. We
can sell then:Lat. loweirates than any Other
per!aeaipped direct from• the mender,
tnrers, and by them warranted., *,
- £ The result of the late • election is
now so well known_thnt it may be, briefly
and' certainly summed nilhus: A 14 , pub• - •
' licanPresidnnt and Tice , President;-and,
a Democratic-conservative Congress. The
majority against_ Lincoln ii - the House,
will probably be from fifteen to twenty.
The Senate Will also be against him, 4u-
ring his whole term. •
a 'lt ean.hardly:he exPec . te&that we
Will spend many words` in dirussinq . the'
causes that led tosthe election of Lincoln
and Hamlin. Not until Somebody shows
-us how any party (especially the Democrat
ic) ever avoided defeat when divided, will
any explanation be 14eeded, The eleition
of more than enough Denineratie
gressmen to place Lincoln's friends in a
minority in the House; is a certain- indica
tion that if united upon any - acceptable
nominee, our party would now be rejoic
ing ovens triumphant victory. = While we
have used all honorable measures to de
feat Lincoln, we hive stadily' . refraibed
from any act of word that should off
ence to any Democrats; and if the, party
does not rally, in union and harmony, un
der the .old Danner, in time to win, in the
next contest, a victory for our principles,
it shall be no faith of ours.
ar' We'print the report of the Haifofd
Fair, to-day; and regret that it was not
sent to us, last week, until too late .to be
inserted. ThOse who want such' matters
published in the Democrat will,please see
that their copy is left at this office, (or the
Post Office,) instead of trusting it in-the
hands of those whcrdo not-want us to get
it until 'next week,' and will therefore, by
carelessness or design; prevent us from
being able to publish . it. ,
Mr' 'When we publided the letter of
COLAs/. DniocK, Which we re-print to-day
'we copied such portion of the letter of 3Fr.
Jefferson to Holmes, as covered the points
in disputes; but the Cok. agakn wrote t,o us,
requesting the insertion of then hole letter,
and in complying therewith, his letter is
-also re-gublished, ,as necessary-to the ex
planation of the subject. .We (grated a
part of the Jefferson -Hopes -letter; lot
only becanseit was foreien to thu disputed
points, but also for the reason that Printers
find it very tedious to copy letters from a
book, as we had to do is this case.
This explAnation will doubtless satisfy
all parties interested. . .
lam' \Vip Byerly, the election return
judge of the 4th ward,' PhiladelphiT, wt . %
by fircsenting - a . fiirged and false return,.
cheated Lehman (democrat,) out of his .
certificate of election to-Congress, ,—giving
it to Butler, (republican) has been tried,
found guilty, fitted 12300, and sentenced to
States prison for 2i years.
Gov. Packer, in issuing the.asual procla
mation, announcing the names of the Con
greasmen elect, after setting forth the facts
eh the case, very jilitly names William E.
Lehman, as the Member elect from the Ist
district, 'as is shown by the original and
legal - certificates in • the Protbonotary's
office. This deprives the partisans of Mr.
Lincoln of the unfair advaittages "which
they designed to gain by the Republican-,
rff-we refrain from filling our columns
with any reports of threatened secession
on the part of any State, becanse'they are
snot only very mtrellable, but Buell an event
quite improbable. As long as, the lain are.
executed,and the people feel sure that they
will be, all will go well; - and 'ivhen this
ceases to be the case, the people will take'
ratters into their own hands—in'Which
undesirable event we shall have exciting.
news to publish. At present we - sleep
sonad at night and advise everybody else
to do likewise. ; _
If Southern Stites wish to something
practicaL they will ,antliorizis the, election
_of their Congressiden before the 4th of
March; and thus 'prevent Lincoln from
fraudulently giving his: partisans_ control
of the House by means ofan extra Session
'before all the members shall ..have been
- BIIILLLSGAKE'DF;EZEITJ)/. - .
AU who abhor politioal•proiligacy, per-
clonal corruption and, saunt,ing- treason;
will be rejoiced to, learn that Anson Mir
/ linguae has been defeatedlsiCongresit,
by Mr Appleton, Democrat: BarlinOnt e,
ae tb author oftbe blasphemous and txei
bonable expression;'-" We avast hay . d an
antl4lavery Constitution, an nai•slavery
Bible, and an anti-slaTery ted."
• 'Ate. meeting,nrabOlition-Tteputli
can fanatics ill Chester,County jUst before
the ,election, the following sentiments
Were uttered and afinroied.2 - I.' - •
This Government was the meatiest and,
foulest despotism that ever- exilited.— 1
Washington and Jefferson Were slave-dri
vers and thieves whose memory „should_
lie held in detestation. • The Constitution
-woe an accursed scroll, which :we tritnide
tinder foal. , The patriot:Tathere, . - ftere,
el holders Or apologists for s slavery : —
save John Jain one or two
. 'ettera ;.- The Constitution is afoul docutneut,-and
%diming ,the men Whirl. made it.. They:
were rabers and pirates—nothing
Thomas Jeffeautasold his own daughter.
The -founders of this iormtry ,were ma n =
thieves and murderers ;we dtispise. them
and these who uphold them.,
rl'"Our . latest athieesfrorn the several LETTER FROM COL. DIMOCK. .
States'indipateTftliC4 the OTorthent?":::1.:: : C4:winsmsiii lUtolntiiiiti
States . went foriiiitsin find ; lin: ei : :: : ; -kir EDITO4` 'T
ce p t ; N ew j ersvi ai, h .. v : t: : t .-: - .- ~ . 1 ,.., . i ..., f.-, , ,on . rpittot th!!: I , 4th
1 • .. 1 .,. 0 I- P ,S t tUSioti:. thst.,l shows :-.,the,,latisfiWtott tuttntier in
ticket.' California tdlOregcL. i iicit hear Jtidgil)OiglasA: is Si4ae use
, iit :-_. k- A -`:, - 4 .-= sp disposed pif thelqueeti o*lffe lativie
.: --P. , ; -
: V ....- .1...: , : , - _ t.... , , , , - 1 - T>. , , , ~. e • 1
Ofthe SoniernAiit,, es th Ms' : ' u1.43. , 44 - . to. Ift. ' Jeffets - Jefferson's '
views : ontlie.Oed . ininae:
so positively - kno.wti.l Tennessee , Mis: of 787— and ' There
souri, Maryland. Auld gentuoky art con= is °waver, another subject on whleh , the
ceded to tiell -- iiia:iiie; others are 'all set it publican party. are harp i ng, and refer
down for Ereekinti_., drib, plurapties.: -. We' in . liti3lr.'iYette l iion eiiltholty' Toi. their
wil init ltlva t rtain abula ed r . statement When the re- opposition to the repeal of (I;hat.they .
-are pleasedio call) " The Missouri Com
promise Line.l'L.:-.. . ,-.V ... :,., ;.r: i• - f..- .. ',
a conv_ersetion,llad-with - the .".dia,
tirtiguisbeii 7 member of congress from_ttlis
d.lF.tric!,, , he r . deniekto me .the opposition of,
51 . Jefferson to the establishment oft Wit
T e ? and!iiklared iciM,e .
w :that what he had
. t.teti , pikt!isViubject, only had ; reference;
to his opposition to'the restrictions being
applied to Missouri'as te , State, .bile :the : i
!A er.Western -- :States Were left : exempt.:
fr in it; _ and - not" to the "
Lquoted to the " distinguished " me : ra-..
r of Congre6,3lr. Jefferson's Letter to
J hn Rohnesetoshowhiii opinionOn- lt,i,f_ , ::
s bject, and that he favored the " freeiiass
a e ofslaves •fremone,Stite to anOther,''
d - that their 7"; diffusion overn greiter.
1 . rfaoe would make thou individitalli hap
p er," Eke.. Your "distinguished" member_
o Congressi denied that such language
‘ i i
N i. s -mad e use , of by Mr; Jefferson in that
leiter ; and said, "if : he 'held such senti.
pa t ents, he would be a fit subject =for mem
ber ,; • •
of the Democratic psrty of the present
day." I told your'"distinguiShed" in`em
br, that in his last conclusion I aimed
with him : That Mr. Jefferison was a Dem
o4rat to his dying:clay, ;and were he now
living, he would be a : :.Dernocrat of the
present day: I
I think' itevident your " distinguished"
member of Congress has never read Mr.
Jefferson'S• opinion lan', these .suidects, 'or
he would not have been imposing upon his
constituents by.referring to Mr. Jefferson
:as authority to sustain ihis own :political
dogma, and by stating that he was still a
"Jeffersonian Democrat." ("God save the
mdrk,") i - ,
Now 'that Abraham Lincoln has
-been elected 'President , of - ..the . ...lTnited
, the public will begin -to ,enquire
is to w hat policy he wßendeaver to;',rryl
out ;• and; the' anxieti . will be graatly,
strengthened by , the . fact that. the.germ
from which sprung the Republican_party,
"was hatred of the , . SOuth; and her social
institutions. The Sewarlls, Wilsons, dree
leys,..9iddings,LOvejco, who have
I been pioneers' in the anti-slavery cause
have repeatedly, said that slavery j was
anti-republican and,anti-chris' flan, and that
it must finally be exterminated; thatilive
hOlders were viratesl that the Ingitive
slave law. ought to
,be resisted :' Linetln
has declared that' the Declaration of In
dej3endence, was intended and .ought to
include; negrOes ; that he has always hated
slavery'as Much: as I:9;ralo,olitionist ; that
he doe? not believe that, the Constitution
reeognfres...property slaves'; 'and that
the States must, all become free, or'all.
Blare his [Party and hiinself
I. occupy. a
‘ new positien before the coun
try : one section has elected a President
BEES:ERR IT HATES THE OTHER! Now what
will he do,? kbandon his section
al 'hate; treat the pelAe and - interests of
both sectiont , alike, and execute Ar.i. the
as he will be swop to 110 ? 'lf he does
the Tactical men of his panic will crush his
, influence; 'deSert him and go on without
him in their iwicked work of fanatiCism,
until, the rooting out Of slavery in the
South than , not ,be flinched from by any
with 'Whom !they claim fellowship. ißut
let himlbe controledby his masters those
who miule ids',cause arid hireself—and they
" will hnrrY hini at once to the eitreme of
fanaticlsin. • The fugitive , alaie law; &c.;
will cccritinue .to be !openly violated, or
it will be, liy secret p!lots, effectually nul
lified ;le 'running away:of slaves will be
aided by federal Office, holders ;. negrO, suf
frage be ',fostered 'in order to the more
effectually strengthen their power to war
upon the SOnth ; the;plaves will be fur
nished!. with - incendinry - documents, and
7ms, ammunitien and poison, and taught
)ow to Use them with deathly. certainty.,
In theSe and many. ether ways will' the
Sontlfl;e taught that;" the 'North-pepub
lie_tnistu) hates •slaVery;" and that the
aVOwals made,hy the entire body of Re
publican Congressmen, throngh the Hel
per boCk, and the Blalre molutieu fin pori
gressrthat "We are determined' to abol-
ish sliVery„at all hazards, and so help us
God, We will; do it," and " Qive freedom
-to every human being," meant just what
the words say, and nothing less ; as the
I avowed atiotitioniste, boast that they do.
[This ~ p`roduco agitation, angry re
crimination, land—of course—bloodshed.
So let L, incoln adopt :which policy he may, I
his :party's doom la sealed ;-in the first
named. A lternativ e it will be
peacefully and quietly—in the latter in
blood.:-. But it matters not how fanaticism ,
meetslits end—whether by suicide or on
the gilciws..---the. ultimate result is ".-un :
changed ; it mutt pats away, and will be
followed inost desirable, order of
things: the inauguration of t. Democratic
I.Toli-intervention Administration. Upon
NO - OTHER policy . can the '",vexed euet
tion" be . _ settled, and "peace and good
' will" berestored throughout all sections
of our beloved Union. These : things stun
COMO, let demagogues strive to defer them
as mach as they Willi
SUSQUEH.A-NNA. COUNTY—OP7IaiL rEESCLT.
Districts. - Reis. Dem. Rep. Dem.
Ap01ac0n,...... 55 98 51 :• 85
Auburii,.........28q 127 254 104
Bridgewater,. . 210 'l-70 19,2 158
8r00k1yn,.::.... 200 • 69 • 194 68
Choconut, , . . 19 . ; 9_B r- • 20 97
Clifford, 220 82 189 97
Dimock; —172 88 - __l7o 78
Dundaff, 29 26 36 23
- Forest -Lake,.... 129 , 75 •;70
Franklin, 80 89_ 70 78
Friendsville, 18 , 31 184 15
Gib50n,......... 26/ 65 238 . 84
Grcat.end, 238 124 s, 213 125
112 . -485 128
Harmony,. .....118, .... .1 18 , - 28. 90 . 34
Herrick,. ... .. 113 43 0 96 48
Jackson, _... 11086 .164 84,
J. • easuP, • • • -;
44 , 124 , 57
Lathrop", •. .189 88 58 _*lll6
Lenin, • • ea • • ,: 127= 190 .119
68 94' - • 98
MiddktoNirn,..::..; 48,, ° 67 125
Montrose,.._;_.... ,146 50
N. Mi1f0rd,......187 -103 -
• 204- 152
N. idilford,l3nr..... 37
.oaldand r - ;..5. _79_.:..:21;. 45 : . . 3 &
Rush . 72 1176
•Silver. Lalse,..,2— r : -6145'4'
SPringviltev, :•::.••."(/98 77 : • /72 -81
Susqua... ; 146.148 112 •
Thomson;- , 59-
I Three votes were east Tor Bell i irkri 11er=
00 1 4 tiro ' in SPiihrgie;',o4 one in'Xent .: .
ticket TC 44% r ita1 . 4 " . 0 ,.0f 44 -
ular ballots had' t.h, names all . utzuelr,
that were 43n the4)(*ns tour
FaelizaksOtaririg .aloag- Borne ,
of # i ty ,
.principalstreets orAttotti e 'wheallis,lo..
teatiou' leas at - , - it t plapar4 'Oi 6 . hili
gartliiiiii*Ti lioaiiei schioleappea4 .
WAS tleatOtragalt, " Ihe4ein r ei.j
ii'WhO thel'afTOnon iiArer — ki&
et nolir -. 13€41n litmgl" rasa tfieliphOti:,
lion - on tbe eard-;4lkrictip .44rotati) - - '-'
Now, for the information of your "
thignishetl"merriber . of qougress, and
some-of his confiding Constituents,, (and
at the request of otherS,) I am induced to
ask you to publish Mr.!!JefferSotits Letter
to J6hnliolmes; dated April 22d,
after the passage of the; ".Missouri 'Com=
omise Line," and before' the admission
citifissouri intotheillnion, as a State.
~I trust you will comply with our re
quest, and .publish• the letter; which I
think will fully Satisfylour_ enlightened
.to Mr. Jefferson l e
nion Mut opposition 40 the "Missouri
Compromise Line",-- : p.' nd
guished" membtr's constituents, whether
they. have-been fairlt#4 - trudifitllreblfiltl
Can there be anything more emphatic
than the language of*. Jefferso.n-? Tuly
he spake with a spirit of piopbecy, and
may God spare us froni a consummation
of his concluding sentences.
:I am, Gar Sir, • -
Yours truly, As.A. ThstocE
Glenwood, Pa., Oct.
JEFFERSO.N:S LETTER. '
- MorricEtto,•Upril 21 - td, 1820.
I thank you, dear sir', for the Copy -you
have been soirincl as to -send me. of your
letter to your constituents on the MisSOuri
question. It is a perfect justification to
them. I had for a long tine ceased to read
newspapers or pay anyattention to public
affairs, confident they were in good hands,
and content to:be a pasenger in our bark
to the shofe from whiela.l am not distant.,
But this inomentuous question, like a fire
bell in the night, awakened and filleduie .
with. terror. I considered it at once as
the knell of the Union. It is hushed, in
deed, for the moment;; but this. is a re
prieve only, not a final; sentence.- A geo
graphical line, Coinciding with- a marked
principle; Moral and. once con,
oeived and held up tothe angry passions
of men, Will never be obliterated-; and
- every new irritation Will mark it deeper
. deeper. I can say with conscious
truth, that there is.noiman-on" earth who
would sacrifice more thari I would, to •re
lieveits froin -this lieay . reproach, in_ any .
.'lliel.cessien 'of - thatkind
of - property (tor m
,s 0 tnisnaed) is a
bagatelle . Which would: not cause me a se
cond thought, if l in that Way, a general
emancipation' and expatriation would -be
effeeted ; - and gradually, with due sacrifi- /
ces, I think it might hq. , But - as it . is, we
have the Waif by the Oars, and can neither
hold,him nor let him ; i go. Justice / in
one.sae and self-preservation in tile nth er
Of one ihig I am certain ' that as / the free I
passage of slaves from pueStatlin another
would iioLmale a: slaVe.of a single human
,being who-would nut
.yr - so without it,
so their diffusion over,, a, greater .surfa s e
would. make -them ier,
aod, Proportionally7/fricilitate the , accom
plishment of their } emancipation, b}
mg-the burden :On a, greater number Of
coadjutors;, Aii ahstinance,too, fioni this
act of power, wocildt'emove the jealousy
excited / Vl:the . , undertaking of Congress to.
regula,tt the condition/Of-the different de-.
sass Lions of men citnlp?sinig t a State. This
eerfainly is the cache:ice right
;State,-which nothingin the • Oonstitutio.n
, bas taken. fpun theiti r arid given to- .the
'generalgOvernment. :',Could Congress; for
ex at tipl(say that theUori-freemen,of Con
pecticiit should be- freemen,.cir. that they
th 2 llf not emigrate - intO anoter' Stite? .
I regret that I:am now to die in the be-
lief; that thetiieless erierifice of themselves
.by' the generation 0f1776,- to acquire self
goi•ertunent and happiness to their eauntry
is be-thrown away .by the on wiso and
.iinWorthly passional or thek.tons; and that
Only, eorOatiOn 3a . to he, that I Hie
,Pot; iep-oier. 114 If. they would but
disparoiOnately,weigh, the' hi - 0.4114a they
witlihrow away, against an abstract prtn
luiple,7lnor'e:likoly to. he.. effected by union
Patisi , befoit
would ';irrpetrate this act_ of Suicide
I:on thiu*di , es, and: of :treason against the
.hopes T.,o=yonrielf . as the
faithttil adimuiti of.:lthe I.tender
Abe OffiriUg gulp higlii - e*eenk and respf,r,L''
- THONAB lERFERSON
Reucaoce liceticir—Therevill be. ng•rAn the-
Xetbodlei Cbenb. - vu•nellitley. , ef•We'ffeelg
7'o'clock' .; •
For the Montrose Democrat.
- 11AltroaD retrg.tr—
• Lint oftreAnns awarded tiypi gqe
7:at ties Fair Harford 'Agri" turhl
inV3Xebbaniiad -Association, he :4 U t
Omelet.. Writes and Mules.;: ,
iionovei.4 vim, A. D. Wm., An
11;80'; 2d; -. J.'W. White, renoirl,oo,
Best pair matched horses, John L. Tiffany,
1,50'; 2d, Chauncey Lamb, Jackaan,l,oo;
3d, J. Q. Stiles, GibsOn,.4so Ots• Nat sin-
gle horli Dr. A M., Tilfiiiit s 411 r, .2'4,1)1`;
L A. Sinith,',NeieMilTord;l,oo"; Ild,ll(Ved . l
Carpenter, 50 eta. Best brood - lure and
col 4 a. Marc eh Lenox; lop ;0, 44J.
Adants, 10.— • • • •-
. „,_4ludges: . .Wttlter., Grahp,ms. E.. ,car
penter„ IL C. Moxlev. t >
lass 2d. , Colts and Dales: ; Rest 3Yrs
old c.,oh,_'H.:,C:•Mox.l*, stsq; . -‘id, ; S.
Phinney, - 50 cts.l 436. it 4'1,0E4 'old.colt,
AlonzoTitrany, 1,50 ; 24:AughStti
50 . ets. Best
1,00; 2d, E. Wilcox, New, 301f0rd,,5 . 0.c;k 1
Best . yearlitig colt, Jared . TYl44 100; 1 '0,
Almond Tingley',-00 eta. • _
Your Committee report a - very . fine-dig
play ,of_ colts, •and mules, *nch beyond
their, expectation.. • ' •
JOdges..H. Tyler, ''ll.* Marcey,l
Gillespie.' ' •
Claus..Grado 'Daihttni . ... Best- bull
civet. 2. years, E.:W . 141%6y, $1,56; lid,
Justin Gillet, Gihson, 1 1 00. ,Beityearling
-bull, Wm: Reese, Lenox; 06 ci2d,
EcirsyK '25 ;cts. Best Cow, S. B. Guile,
1,00; .2d; D: E. Whitney, 00 eta.' Best
2 Years'old G2..illanding, 50 eta;
2d, H. M. Jones; 25 cts;- 3d, D. E.. Whit-'
uey. Best 3 }Tailings, W.lC.`Oaklef, 'lOO4
2d, D. E. Whitney, 0'1? eti; Bab
cock. Best 3 calves; EK - Ej Whitney 5,0
cis. 2d, -Rev. E. Allen, 25 ots.
dudges.. J. Clark, H. Jones, S. ar
Class 4th Grade DevOn..Best
over 2 years old, George aumner , Gib s
tkl ,50 ;,2d, E. Carpenter, 1;00. year. '
ling ball, John C. Tanner,'" 00 'cta. • Best
cow, D. E. Whitney,,l,oo;, 2d, C. 11. Mil-,
Icr, 51!, efs. Best 2 yeai.s,old heifer', S.
Carpenter, 50 cts; 2d, Thur ston Lewq, 25
ets Best 3 vearlings, Min C:TanFier,
1,00. Best 3 calves, Gurdon Moxley, 50 cis;
E. N. Carpenter and E. C',peelt: eachlix
hibited-y. very nice cows lorthy of notice.
Judges .. G: J. Babcock - George Lettell.
Class sth.. Oxen and S i kets.. Best pair
oxen Over . 4 years, H. 3
20, Homer Tingley, 1;00; s od, D. K. ak-.
ley, 50 cis. Best. 3 years iir,od steers,-.1.W.
Tewksbury, .1,(10; 2d, E. P; Peck, 50 1. 1
3d, Fowlei Peck, 25 cts.7,l3esi.
old steers, E: N. Carpenter, - 1,00r; 2d; Al
vin Roper, 50 eta. Best., pair yearling
steers, George Lewis 75 ifiti; 2d; Cm; rge
A. Lindsey,, 50 as; ,pd, George Pc igo,
125 cts. ' •
Several pairs ..of oxen . ntkd stekrl3.
exhibited which were very iniee, and
regret that we are.not al!leto grant
premiums. - - ,
Judges . Chlzies Joseph it
F. Peek. '"'
Class oth . Sheep . analogs.. . Best, oar,
Shepherd Carpenter, $l,OO ; -1 .2d, C. N. por
syth, 50 cts. Best breeding. sow, D. E.
Whitnek,'l,oo. Bela-buck; L For4th - ,
'5O cts; - 2d;MilbonytCiakle, 25 cts; 13est
3 ewes, C. N. i rsytli, 00 ''ets • 2d, .4olin
Leslie, 25 cts. reek 3 lamps', Alvin Roper,
50 ets; Carpenter, . 25 cts.
POwers. ' ' •
Class ith.. Butter and ; Cheese.. Best
tub - or firkin, D. T....', Hine ' 50 cts;
2d, Naaman Tingley, .25 cts: Best roll
butter, Dexter Sibley 50 cts • 2c!, A. Van
Buskirk. 25 ets. Best- cheese .Na9tnan
Tingley, 50 cts; 2d, E. N - Carpenter, 25
There .was some exceltent roll butter
eihibitedby Mrs. N.'W. Waldron, made
in June 1859, which .We think worthy of
espeCial notice, being very tineflavbred
and good. - •
Judges - ..C:• S. Johiason; E. T. Titrauy,
Jan C. Tanner. - • • . !
Class Bth .. F . ruit and Vegetables.. Best
fall apples, Ali-in Roper 25 cts. Best
winter :apples, L. B. Peek, 25 ets. best
and grent6t variety of apples, Ira IrCar
penter, $l,OO. Best. and greatest variety
of frill t, Milbnurn Oakley, 1,00: Best pea rs,-
A. Tingley, Susq'a ! • Depot. Test
quinces Richard Moss, New Milford. Best
and greatest variety of veg4tables, George
Tingley; 1.,00.. , '
Some - choke pears Were exhsit4
Mr: Bennett of Gibsbrialso a/cboi,
lection of apples by Lew,i4 Brab
among which shone conspicithus the":
of Tompkins Countv." Some very'
grapes were exhibited',-by Di. I
Smith of New Milford: '._ , ,/* . !
' Judges .. Edwin Tingley Arta Si
D. Sibley. -,,
/ /. .
Class oth.. Gtain ,and Poultry. Best
peck - winter wlieat,Alson Tiffany, LenoX,
25 cts; 2d, / C. 5: Tanner. Best spring
wheat,. Jarc ( dTyler, 25 cts ; 2d, Wm. l. --
sall. Best rye,2, Edwin, Tingley, cts ;
2d, C.„S/I'anner. Beat corn in the ear;
E. Titu ;25 cts ; 2d, L. R:-Peek. the
oats, / ,11. J. Tyler, 25 cts;
min. Bast - lot of spring chckens,(Bra nab,)
/ E. J. Tyler, 25 cts; 2d, "(Creole,) Hu bard
Topic.. Best lot old turkeys, S. Carter
'Best lot young tairkei - -s !George J. ing
ley. Best lot ducks, E.'JJ Tyler.
Other nice lots of chickens exh
by S. B: Chase of Great Bend,
Tewksbury, Wm. Birdsall, and Geor
Lindsey—also some gamecocks by l
M. Tiffany. -
' . Judges ...Cz H. Miller,Ting
H. Parish. - •
- i --
Class 10th.. Leather arid 'its Ma
tures. . Best 2 sides harness leathe
M. Williams, 50 cts. Beat 2 sides
leather, Guile 4k. Chase, 60 cts. 1
calfskins ' ' Guile 'Sc. Chase; 50 cts.
pair fineboots,'Nel - son Hagar, Nes
ford, 50 eta. Best pair coarse boots;
Thatcher, 50 cts. ' •
Two 'sides of: very 'good oak t
harness. lest* exhibited by John
of Gibsoii. ! - •`; - '..
Jridges: . A. Chi.se, D. L. Hine.
Class 116 ..Farrning Utensils,
smithing, ' and -Cabinet Ware ..II
!,G. L. Ames, Gibson,
Best Sett horse Shoes!, Payne 'it
50 cts. Best , sett chairs, A. W.
w00d,.`1,00. '"Best common plow
T. Moxley, 50, cts. Best sidehill
H. Eastabrook, 50 ets. '
Cormilieller, exhibitedlby U.'Bu
worthy 'of notice;- a mowing m
Hubbard's Patent,' well i 'worthy
tention of farmers. - ' • •
Judges. - .1. R: - ,Peek, 'L. T.- Far
G. Coughlan, -
Class 12th:-. Vinegar, Honcy; an Sngar
:-. . Best gallon iinegar,ll4. Tyler, 5 cts";'
2d,. 0. 'Lathrop: ' ;kit maple sugar! ? J. I.
Tiffany, 25 eta; 2d, H.-D. Bennett; Gib
! son.- 'Best lioneY; Rev. , A. Ifillir, 45 `cts ;
2d;.'G-;* j;"'•Babeock.t` , Best enrrant *hie;
L, 1t.Pec1.25 - Ots: - !-4 .-, ` ! -;' "-!---. 1 . -
Jridges i`. Jared` Tyler, - E. N; Carl
yards of-=flannelLlMrs: Zanies Pei
Broollyia;tlso'et el 'BOst-,5' yardi Ili
A. F. Chitlin Gibson, 50 cis. Best 10 ilds
iiig t ,car friaralCAfilini_lsff.:6o4Bitt"ll
donM ' fr-nrvaollinekol. Seelpy t. soFti.f
'Bei& -- ckidiqyarti - AJo*Mar44so ets!;
. ..C - ;.• nieb•,2oits. . Mit plaid
Hann D. •,- i ,Cy, 'Wets. .•,*...,, t Yai l t
S. ‘? Yp'•!",'..„; . (lbion, 50fIts; 2 1
111 114:41eiz . 25 ; 011 '. V.i.1t.3 -li:' , f' -' il
3frs. P i ton. Man:iv: A kre. o. ! .llfiglei,
Mrs. Perigo, • and - Miss C. Graham ei
hibited-tome fine pieces of flannel:: Sev
eral nice pieces rag .carpet.by Mrsll...R.
Tlin!liffil.lfs:',D..Te!?.7aoy,`4itia 1418 i
S. Y.Toiiktey: ' Some • worsted 'yin; • and
stockings by*,A.Roper. A-ra.ir fringed
naiittensy. Mrs.,,Ata Hanimond—also a
great.vinetv'ef other articles. •
Itidges,'-kre, George:4444: 31r5-,.A„
Seeley, Mrs. paniel Oakley. _ •... .
00440 . - .:Ortiiiiietital Needl ework...
Best patchwork ,qiiilt;•Mrs:lL y.i.1.04,.
.59 cts; 2d;'Mrs.
,H;:ff . . - "AVery, 25',ots;
Best` worked tgareadi:•lll6.lL, Payne, 50
cts; 2d ,
,Nrs: 'lt. 'Sceley;t2Vetiq,'...Liest
• worked ;OHO, MralTa S. Peckliain;Biook 7
lyni`2s. etas . 21;,31"i5. Gedige - Brundage,
Best worked'skirt; :Mrs:.P2 .. E::'hipy`f
24, Mt's..Ftßarnard. Best tidy, ! ..MiesS.
H. Williame ; 2d, .Mrst: J. S. Peckham.
Best specimen needlework on 'perforated
Pap,' , '. 3 . 114 :jka . ; l l4 . .cglkqiiter ti 2d, Miss
Loinsa : Boitliel). , . : : . ..-
"- ' -
' - 'A lieantiftil vase "That," - Ottfuntin' cov er, ,
French. work, and some '
nice specimens nfl
clove fruit by Miss B. M-Oakley. -, A nice
lamp mat by Mrs. G. W. Lathb . ... A - very
nice velvet Alat's. and scrap Jump. mat by
Miss E. Sweet. A worsted tidy and elip--
pers by Miss •Melissa Tiffany. • A . beauti
ful scarf by' Miss': E. -Very. :. A Worsted
hood by Mrs. E. Tingley. A - %-cry nice
leather - - WoAlatirdllsktrby)trs.4. wii,
linths. A 'stnall spebilbeir of hik'elciitiant,
which attracted much attention, - by Miss
M. Miller—also, , an -amusing specimen Of
pigs "e ihibit ed y Master Geo. M. Allen.
Judges...3les. ',T. C. - Tanner,, Miss E.
Sweet, Miss J, A. 0ak1ey..... -'. , ~ ~
!Class 15.th:.Paintings,. Drawingti, and
PictUre,FraMes.':For the best : paintings
' and varieti, 'Mrs . : W. LOakley, 50•cts••. -
For the best drawing,, S.: P. Dine, 50 cis.
Fxon.:the best. pictnre franie, Miss 31:R.
Barnes, 50 - cts.' For' the best oriental
painting, Mrs., P. Bell.
TWO beautiful burr, baskets by Misses
31. Miller-and A: Streeter. Kvery neat,
COne.box by Mrs: -WE: - Whitney. One '
'very handsome,Win 'basket, 'alSo.;` a card /
basket by Misi E. Swee t. , A very nice:
ride basket by - MiSs - E: Very. • - Two neat
moss baskets . by Misses Emma Blinding
and Julia Miller.. ' One'nent bdix Wait fruit
by Mrs. J. C. Tanner. ' Two 'very hand
some ' Vases natural • fle•feri4 'hi MiSsei
- Emma Blanding and ..Talia. Miller—alsn
a great variety, of other . ' n'rticles worthy
of notice: - ~ - . - t ' • :
' - .TsidgeS..3frs.-11. M. Jones; Miss Nancy
Streete,r;ltliii . Mnry Miller.' - • -
' Class lath : .31iscellancions::TWO mar
' 'Mc head stones exhibited -by Southworth'
,Vadakin,•so cts. One swarm bees and.
patent hive, D. L. Hind, 50 dts. One Sin
.gle harness' and saddle, J. Hallock, 50
cts. ' One two horse luridie'r' wagon, self
. acting brake, exxhibited byladobDittcheri
Gibson. . . -- •
Judges.. John I.. Tiffany, John 'Leine,
Alvin ROFier. • • •
By order Of ExeentiVe Conainittee.
, A. B. TUCKER, Sei•rittn'y.
gar Our.klepatiliisan neighbors seem to
have lost t
away to• the spirit of tanatipism and pasH
sion. They abjured the nileS of • decency
and sobriety on TuesSav and-made
the streets echo with -their mob-like' and
noisy parade's. :They knocked down one
inan„in the street for cheering for Don -
las, and made otherS'tbrn back to avoid
fight,—and.then rushed .into a • demo-,
ernes saloon and destroyed much. of his
'property. Such rowdy-like acts 'in the,
street, and such undignified acts in Lid
efrty -llall 4 ,and in ce'rtam drinking IruSes,-
was never before known in this town ; and
,theynanynever he .repeated by
any jubilant .partizans, Th,eY.:tre a die,
grace•to• the town, to any , / party, to - the
persons themselves, and - to the • Churehes f i
of which some of th eparticipan ts ar
.W.A.stiisqto - s, Nov. 7—This Morning at
10 o'clock, , a'PartY of about tw,o:hgndred
persops proceeded to the Repnblicnn Wig,
•avatu, broke open the doors,' rushedin and
Violently - destroyed different pieces of fur
nit. u re, took :sway the Lincoln and Hamlin
streamer and, several 11 ide-Awake
forms. Pistols were fired and the windOitr.
lights exteusiv,ely broken. Only six of
.the many who' had assembled to hear the
election returns during the night, were in
the buildihg at the time. • ,
Nine arrests have been made of-the par,
tieiiinplicatetrin this transaction.
A LITTLE BOY REWARDED FOR. Ins Hu-
MANITY.—The track 'of the- Wilmington
and Atlanta (Ga) railroad was washed
away by rain in the night not long ago,
and a little boy, discovering the damage,
walked up tke track and stopped a coming
train in time to preVent a dreadful catas
trophe. The little to be sent to
the Georgia Military Institute at the „ex
pense of the-State. '
13t,Acws,4ND lelmuroas.—According to
the census of 1850, 2,957,657„qf the slaves
of the United States were blacks, or of
unmixed African descent, and 248,850,
were mulattoes. The mulattoes of the
United States are about one eighth as' nu
merous as the blacks—.the free mulattoes
are More than half the tiumber of the free
blacks whilst, the slave. mulattoes are only
about one twelfth of the slave blacks. .
• est 2
TlieSe facts completely uphet - the unfound. -
ed charge the abolitionists are continually
making about the intermixture of races.—
There - is very little of it in the._
is here where practical amalgamation
is going on. • Only onettwelfth ; of _the
blacks- tare, mulattoes in the". South 3
While one-half of - the colored people
are mulattoes zi.t the - north I &oh
facts should stare down such abolition
blusterers as David Wilmot and George
DEFF'A ' MERCANTILE COLLEdii
nunnu.—The Senior PrinCipal of this tune
honored.establialiment is the. author. ,of
Duft's System of book-keeping, sanctioned
by the -American Institute end- Chambet
of;Commerce, of New York as the _ best in
use. - As.a merchant, wan author as, an_
accountant and ai an instructor;' his lec
tures bring students over 1500 miles past
numbers of other colleges:. The 'Junior
Principail 'is' equally; distinguished t,is' a•
3, en maw.- Some Obis Contiibutioni to' mit.
Fairs were new designs and - remarkable
Wrforrnances.-1 ,The • Western'-Virginia,
Western Pennhylvanii - tied the PeinisTliia:
State Fair tiward6d hid eight first
premiums:ova - 1' all '-exilitpetitori,-yii:For
Buiiness - ;writing, fltecording hand, Zen;
hinds, Ornamental ktfirlog.;. POW diaiv
ing Card"-writing. pope:
. e r.
k•••=. , ••
• , .I.
...Al e . .:
tilt 11. P ew Hump
ITi el S'. 1' 1, tl i nearly $l2
1 3 . 0 in ..(1 iii . Fill) l'' ury, from
le hibtivt p 4 . r
• --Tbevop i
th n has been
aseetkainidlur be „ .. ), which is
nearly double the minitle" of 1850. She
will ptobablf have - .4 e x.,..CongTessinen..to
the new apportionment—an increase. of
LLThe ne W Fin on the site of
the PembeftOirldilKiir wrenee, Mafts,
will he in full operatignH q i aLI U
They will giie empleyneebt,ttoe-1000 tpe-_
retires. --= 1 - ..• -,• , - . . ..--
-The.l3l4k 4el)3ll4eatt,ohject, to-,uni.
versa! Whitestifferage*difolsinisfris'Whi le
v Oen, IT.PtiA44... I Pgigratri4 1 * bY4
viee'and - tin 'ttin celttror.....nVelietioila,
and yet .th ee, .i . teiy - iiisititinientteekto swell
the ranks ottignorantiAnti..Y.! ol 9 ll # Tlil l3,
lii:', tbe additiont. oral ottliaft. Xist, 'VI
moseikmaFin - ' ' .ilie oinhs'and. negteeej
'-LLaiit zgaitirdae milrOliiiis '2;1440 . 4
.-, . -
Flinn:was c:irelei.sliii4nang. $ leaded ,I
gun, at.theliouse „of M#P#l.oo . ~111--00*71
ter cconti, ?a., the,* .w.sattlytnAntrgo,l
and - tliti,eliarge,enter .
,4h?,in#9 ., eflliiiii
Catherine „carroll; , mticp2g,,,,! ! < yroiind
iihicli.Will pt,iikibly be'4ty4,-,,,,,,,,_?,,,,, ; ,,.. ,
In One efihe ,side iin - e Chitnigei
there is a slab of4tonefivm Jelliet,-ineas-;
tiring. 21 by i 1.7 feetoridAinehasthiek.. ,. It.
was found lying Ettirireilit . ,ally inthelnarry.
ready for ..use, • .... t r 4.. '-:: ~ -
- - - —Mr. 'Benner lit~ yet denied
truth of thelsratement Vat . tlie , frince, 'Of
Wales has agreed to write- a .descrifition
of his .AnteriCish.tour for The , I;edget; lin
1 condition tha,olr. limner will pay=off then
national debt - of England ($4,000,0 0 0;0 0 )
1 within - one year from the let of: Jantuit"
neat:. ' 1
L--Of the two ladies Who opened the re '
peetive bane or ltieterork ,and POSten,
with tHe Prince of WhleN : Mra::GoVerncir
Morgairwaii, in early life, st'inilliner,"atid,
Mrs. Gov tanks tcfaitnry - girl.-'
,Senater Bright:3'6MM* . the
that' he voted for - any Ailack _republican et,
thelate eleetihrt in isititi.asa slander.
. ' -=The NOrWegiatts,iflowa r are rlusing,
hinds .With v.-11 Feb tcieadew.a college; and ,
$2O 0001hav'e been sithaerib* ;.,
- 7 - 7 Cari Schurz, the , great- Atheistical
nui.ss Meetinge..on satulsty, and:whO , Wis
guilty •of an ,abusive attack upon the DeeL'
location. of, Indeperniehoe and its authors;
sneeringly speaks of . find as 'the tout gent
_beyond the stars? .; ' - , ' - ,-,,
4 —The.Poinikition . of. Broolilyn,..L , Y.iir
273 X 425 - - air i
. increase 63 car - n,5 years. .
One day-lately is - gentterain antlady
wept shoppi4iwin LoCkport. On leaving,
the'salesnifin wanted theladyte'pfirchase.
some ofhis . r , tasteful ceps, for . .boye. , He
was it truck , duinb by her reply, which was,.
'Sir,'! have been'inarried but ebotit twenty
i minutes, and have nii:lioYs 'yet..
—A physician in Cincinnati 'had for a ,
time pass, m
, :been uch, annoyed' by.soine ',
one • wheatiank the MP' left on'his docal
step,at an enCli hiltnl;.ll Once be left/aU.I
emetic in the,pitelier;`, and soon aftei:,tbe.l
milkmaniiassedi the'doctor fotinti/poliee
man iwaiialley ‘tru4-jiig, his- returne‘“7' .
- ._,_,A m•' 1 . 4 1 1141%" vertise btestn‘e "ityiE
pro'fitabl.; ' . . ' ;it !enures
health; disc rd to "ace(' be4Stu#e'it,is/hlthy; ,
marry beca se it makWhiut bapprervand i
pay the pri 'ter bekaime/ii is,right: , 1
—Conneticat bas'mcreased-100 000 in
('population in'teplears, z ,027 per cent.—'
I This secures her againsploSing a Congress-
I man, unden the , next/apportiomuch)t. i
7 1 h,-111. S. inail has arrested ,a n
1 asstslint s postmaSter in Blair.county,fbr a
/ mail robbery,/ H.ls'nanfe is Jno A-McCon
,uel, and is ail zfor,trial. '• /
• "—There s it woman in Peacham, Ver
mont,-Who asa dress which she has worn
or forty-sev en i years: This/ woman and
the one in New York who paid $3,0000
/for a dress ,Ito wear at the Prince's ball,
represent the two extr emes. - • . .
L-The.following is - thesumming up of
the 3larslnd of theicensits of Minnesota:
Total population; 176, 535 ; number of far
xpers, 19,095 ; number of manufacturing
establishinimtk 563 ; number of deaths, 1,
205. The total area of 31innesota --- is esti
mated ati 81,359 square. mile's, so that the i
populatioir!of Minnesota on the 'lst of
June'lB6o was a little'oKer two persons
to, the squlre mile. , , '''-„ '
• —A man advertises in a BoAcin paper .
that he prOposes• to , reside ,in .that'etty' a
few mouth's, and wishes to make the ac
quaintancel" of an• agreeable and confiden=
tial young lady.", - .: '" . ,
—A colored 'woman--named Margaret
Pierce, wlfo was' emancipated in Rich
mond, Pa.,i about 10, years ago, applied
to the Richmond Circuit Court, at the last
term, for the privilege of again becoming
a slave. On Saturday her petition ;VHS
ranted, and she selected Mr. John, H.
Tyler as her future master.
—lt iii stated by The . SYracuse Journal,
that Speaker 'Littlejohn designs bringing
a suit for libel against Mr. Greeley.
—On anll afterThursdy, the Ist inst.,
under the 'recent order 'of- Post-rnaster 1
General HOlt, all unpaid letters wilt be
sent to the Dead Letter office. Letter
writers will - govern r
‘•themselves acco .
ding Iy : I • - •
—At' - Cambridge, Mass., . the other
day, the Hon. A. Burlingame said to "the
black and 'white Wide Awakes:"We shall
have-50,000"offices and $100,000,000 to
distribute and why not You come in for'
lonr- share ? .That is it, free negroes—and
fres - grab, ~. •
3Here is urlingainn'o -
ffering office to, all
the world,, put unable:to get one for him
self'. - It iti gratifying that, the demagogue
was thus • efeatel
. --The tate censut of ,Blaine. shows' a
population of 64 5 ,130, which is an increase
0f,61,1§68 over that of 1850... The,greatest
increase is in the Ar!x•stook, which shows
a gain - of p,OOO. ' - k : - • ,
item , -
An: iof good. „news comes over
the' telegrph wires now and
as the, de eat -for Congress,. of Broad
Seal,". 'speaker Penningten, and "Abed
, Oen, God 7 Burlingame. . - - ' -.- • . .
_ —Breckinridge authOrizes theimnounce.
inent- that thee letter -pttblished Over his
signature, purporting to addiessed to Dr.
J -P COhoon, Elhablith eity N. -04-tin
der:date tif the Mk inst.,-.ii forgery. Re
has writtnnno such letter. The letter - read
I love - thl union, but'the South better.
.. t , ..
.; 7 . --grs. Dr. Liaia.',SayMylriaibionek; of
Orange 4iintY, N. Y. Whoinsitfted` that a
woman should not be taxed tudesi'she. is
. idliiwed tb' Vote, has thnuglit to: shame', the
'eol l eetof art efliiii-deitind.,Weireringl 'to
work out', her road, tax. TheitAnctress;
1 eying siiiimirblifikaiiiied itieblooncit youth
inade no ampresston npon „the official, '441
„tli4tiefclinsfea'il'Of pe t ying under
:as aolieaPher iiiitel.i!'do,•ihe' Went 'Open
'the read and drove a cart. ' ' . - .
B AW-ttintOt ialt Viiv - ' -
ChoconattriV e lkOprtibigiT 4o7 ; o,ecte:
:Franklin—_ tno mith r., afar noi.
Oillararroki,44*4-014tottd , UdirrtiKonkpa , Orlsado
• OhibadterileiseranstasX .........A.'1'...45 - . e ~:ii r, a. - .
Ilarford—ra F f ilittraork f Rrocumi WlJaukftb. ltarmony- , -9
'II %rues. Mir Canklhl; 'fantail" Natin.'"' •
'New Ulf fon —David ewe, 1 o rate ey rrnoar.
• liplaglille—Wrri I. Aveer: — Ettligtibetuums—L F Chased
44 . 31) ,*4 1, .0 1 .0..!".4 440 P 01102 ••• • _.. 4 04 **
• creir8. 1 9,444.. tht week-A ,14.4,erer.., . , ..;
I gnie4 warum.l4 Horst" .:.;
... . -.
1 B fige.srator— . F . Aust. fi i, Meaner. Prim
I . A c terisrl, mi , Italtitt l i dw ,
171 ' ; fort.f. "& u letitrds, 4 B4-itiiir. Air
Peck ,- -sitweektPßaanolA t l.7. l ,lt. ;-:. :': -IT. •- ~
'Cbeccretit -2 , 4 "reek -
DtmoetaJZWAllirelliltivituttfishi - Fliris ,, it!**
—W., J. Bakrsellmoodboassr V.l'istra - -a • '
T Mahan. CA CObb: I Gifiia ' -- ' -
I 24-w .. . .
... a ... Vtr0P , ,.. , ,:, , ' ',
1 beirtletttld4Xo * Mrtritif,7ll Zelisteda.
,2d vreek-.12_ atridesa . grjegrople...: -:' :. :, • ••
Vibsoe',4 - MOVII A earreadri
. l i fetter.: v ~ :-
Merrick .1 on. 241 'week Miler. , •
.llannoVVle 11rOpptgitil?,:gaiielr ,, -/I ucie. '
ort-(t - 'llidtdOr•z• ' 2 d" rfelFT"Fot Tr 111 1 11 unigt Ir.
JentliArk: ilitaititie..2dirieli.4T. soicot lig/Left., 1 , ,
Jaekson,sd_weelc-4. Seat,. . .
E.rada- , C.'idardievrd week--C.Coniad, S.lltdaad. '
14...thr0p;24 week"—D. Wood.'.. . . . . . ,
Ideatt—TlAalr, C. Lace.' ' : '
*ontlosViltr. ...r.tiLThdavrin. 2 , l . l 4'illm 3 . 1 *II" -
sra4.ltoebri l'. Tleen_eT,. 0. Mem . •
'Flew )111ford. It week-4V II Bradford B. A.4ohnsens,
Osidattd. , -Wu: Tr.ltoddard. - 2d weeka,t. K. Whets,
Rturf.ll. In g it tl o
paane 4ixedekei, T.Todd.2d west—
. mallet. - :,- .;
Stlrbi Lakt- , Witt. It'ttirrl, Ifcld:Gage.
- MotriiViii4* /47 43 . l e al alittl and onebP4cifistalfr
1416.114 a prO4 tattooed le has aolottediet invariable
eMcsOn grdiliOspil,, *liiokiiiies to cilia, luta readout . •
theimied iitiVl,lFe 44•04ns puffing oot only anaeow
eery; but= -of them - They ate' known by Their
*vital thole vetlop teettly for theta, sad they theirs
tdthy the tbt of the OtAiloua. laial meta Of math"-
*lei itysiiipaiii, htlfoue surlitire pia, Isms
ant ague thehmat ohettnise betalubes: sad gel
,do4oo,t•Krasith.. tbeeo Iljle itivelirtarlably proved
a oea4eyoialy reolody; dein& till will Plaote tb• ,
LIFM ttigi LIA baypod the teach or ?repetition is the tett=
taattottof iteryspatleat. '•, ' s - - • - - ' , - •
Da. - 316PPAT'SIICEITI4 BITTERS will be !hued to
tepOillia6aE T dip • inci4e • iof dispepsia, headiehe, .
neeiTottalibillti, sickness ID:ldiot to females trtdeliests
health, sod eteritdipt4 lireakaete of tbe digestive wpm
For eileby'Da.‘l4. B. MOPFAIM Biolaway, N.Y.,and
ki edteisi &aura and AziAggleiirgenaany through/ma
ute !:1.03.47,, , ,--., - ' , - , -.. : - dab ty• .
Baeratisietellionand Bltteris.—l medicine of
low tried - 01mq' for puribing the Mood: so essential for
the foundation ofgitood hank and for correcting Moor.
dins of the ' and bowels,--inich as Indigestion.
Martbarn l'Aeldity,' , Wster 'Finish, - Costiveness
Headache. &woof appetite, Bnions complaints, lime,
Colic; flammer'Complaint, &e: • -
In , Wervons;' Rheumatic and Neartilgicanections it bas
frequentlyteen. administered With Warted soceess.
Wes or tinter doses wilt cortrir i 4 fi the ateleted of its al
ntarreinectS--thestomaehwiil yrerainits streagth.
a healthy adieu of the liver , bowels idd hide win rapid.
ly thke place, End renewed health bathe gni
See the Adefoitiaantent of Dort. Sanford's Lim
lash:v*lMT and rturnUrrattdirtic s, In another column.
• Weida:teal and Ihibllliy,—All who ander from •
' - • ens or debility, where- there is a want' of en
sMat once have re&urse to JUDS m
PELLB: - They immndiatcfr purify - the blood and
adilpon the:mein sp_ring•pflite, giving strength end yip
orb the Protein. , Y9hng perPoun enterir4' into woman
hood; with a:derangement of the functions; end to moth. --
ere it th e turn of liteilitcse Nils will .be moat efficacious
in "correctingthe .tide Of lifd that "naay,be on-the turn.
Young andeldertymen - suffer' ha: a. altanor rammer at she
same oion'Osawik ahilivs dobm; thershould '
s-eonrse of this purifying taedleiro,/
whidteestisailng health. - / •-•-•_:- • •i• •
This goat Household _Medicine - rani among the lead
' ingneassaries of life, as it Is well _known to the-World
that it tams complaints that other remedies cannot reach:. -
this bet is as welLestablished ne that the sttn lights the
' IF .. jUdelnei Mountain Herb Alb &resold by all Deal. b
em in lifedielne.,', - • ../ '' - , ', nee
ConulsoaSeisse riles the men attic peopla,•what,-
ever the. natnamed and mien, throVhiloeopher may
sayto thecentriry. / Shaw- them a thing; let. its
merito be clearly demonstrated, arid t ey will not hesitate
to Orel( their most cordial patronage. The mosses bare
/elre,tray ratidedjutternent of a physkian, concerning the
(,virtues officiators' eteollorrau... as may. be each in the .
itnmensentumtltbeorthls .medkine that sae mutually
'sold la arerrietdob Of the lend. ' It linew'recognized as
t greatly supeior as all other remedies vet devised for db.
teasel of the "ivativeorvnis, oath as diarriam, dyitentery ,
di/Ponta, and - br the meiotic Covers that arise from de. _
rangementof thoesportions of . the spite= .liostetterze
/name Is rapidlybecoming is household word, from Mane - ,
to Trims, horn the shores of the Atlantic to the Pacific.— -
.Irillze r m!ble , /ggileamialled. Acid by all &moan .!a" - ,
rirrCai: -. 44 . igi4N in - Other manna. ' - nor.
' WOOD WA WED, 'AT IitirMOEVEIMS.
t the Methodist Parsonage in Mont
rose • Pa., on the .13 th of et ober by ERN.
'J. K. Peek, Mr. JAmts DicriErt, to Hiss
AMA MAR BrarroN. - , ail of SuBquehanna
Co. Pa. .
At the same plane by . 4the•same. Oct.
30th Mr. JAHEs J:llENitie, of Montrose to
Miss SALL WIIEELocs of Bridgewater Pa.
At.the same place by: the same Nov.
1 4 I.tii 241-.ISAtAH V. LeWiFt-Of Bridgel'atel;
1 to Miss Sin P. - BIRCItARD of the 'same
- , 70, - ; •
ar. subscriber will offal. or sale, by auction, on the
20th day of :sloYeraber, (it:exr vtEsDAY,). at ten
o'clock; a. m., at the place lately,owned by him
1I Miles North 'it Montroe
tha following personal property: .
• One span of forces, one yoke s•yeai old Oxen. 5 COWS.
3 cahes,.l two horse wagon, 1 ,one hors.e wagon. 1 sleigh.
1 cutter, double and. single harness, u - quantity of - 41.
grain and potatoes, plows drags , chains, and other artic
lesloo numerous to mention. •
TERMS OF SALE.—MI sums under $5, mat :over Is
nine montlus credit with interest and appoycd security.
Bridgewater, Noveinber 13th, latiO=lw •_
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