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. Fronk Fortessalkompw:l , . - ..i.
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Despatches were received-at t.ito War De
' part:neva from Oen. llcelelliti4:Alitil 11 ;
st ntinir that nll wr& progoSsiii fitl•otably
near Yorktown ; out thacnoi deg of - im
sportance has yet . transpired.'' , he cOndit
inn of the roaiissaVas , : unproting: pen.
.Wn i iil also sent two deapatelles.:tol -the.
War - Department to thei'.effeqt -that the
rebel steamer rani MerlimacCirimikeutslast
evening from her mooringkotllOraneY Is
. I:;ind, accompanied by her natitistir , ts; the
JimestOwn, Yorktown,,culditttroonvey of
,tugs. ' She procec:dettSfar aa r a poiiit be
tween Newport Itiiiity 'wit Setrall's
• Point, and made towardifaintilieniteand
the small Stevens iron battery. Theler
rimac tired only one shot, • bac - the little
Stevens battery returned with tour orifive,
upon which the 3terrirarto . and her: com
panions returned to Craney Island: ben
eral Wool says in his despatch. that' this
. ended the day's pioceedings4 but w hat
the eight shall-I)ring torth he cannot! tell.
"rgrPxcisroisn:—We 'ate . , Pleased to
learn that our fiend Henry . ) liceltean,
'Esq.,- of this place, who - So Ktibly- . distin
guishelrhimself at the .battlelof • Ditiiins:-
' ville,lhas been:p.rometed to Ole ' position
•oOtieutenaut toloriel of the Sixth -renn
-sylvania Regiment. =That Mae.. will 'make
'a'tritve and efficient :officer, !there las no
iiti . isist.,-and promotion4is well merited.
—"anti:dada Reporter. ,'. • I • i
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s One of the Brooklyn journals reports '
the arrest of it raving lunatios whoi has
been 'going about the-streets of that' city
proclaiming that he was on ilia Way to
Washington to depose obenbtal . Mitlel- I
lan andoake the command of the army of
the Potomac. - His friends - stated that he
bad been • brought• to this Imelaikho)y."
condition by reading the Trfbote. " i
Wu° is e rrOir
it,'7—Th e Washingtori
poudent of the Philadelphift Inquirer
says:—Some strange rumors •are: lifloat
about a Cabinet officea, who it is alli.ged,
is a party to extensive fraud in , his- de
partment. It is not the War or Navy
department this time." 1 1
—We notice that many of our norkern
exchanges are complainingl)f "Winter
lingering iu the hip ofSpring."l The toads ,
in ihit section' are dry and dnity, an the
ft:rulers were plowing last:week, tintlwith
standing a little snow is still visible no
the distant mountain sides.;-.-I:ntraWciir li-:,
prier., April 10. - . t -I,
—Gen. 31'Clellan ha s been constantly
in the saddle fur several sveek:fi And A,vhen
- he returns to his quarters at night p t) one
in the armyllooks muddier than he. ' His.
r headquarter9 are in a shanty in a gloomy
.but they are
. brightened.bY the
presence a his young witis and a: 'charm
ing, lady friend of hers, . who season with
infinite merrimebt the course ;meals]par
taken off tin• plates on top Ot\.a udle
Los. .., :. :
. The Confessions and Experience et in In
sand.— nibttehedjut the betleht and as a waroia,Y sada
9.1.tu0e to Toting men who Suffer horn Nervous 3) •bility,
preen aura Decay, supplying at the Sams th means
o. Self-Cora. By one who harem:ad hintielf„ a 7 ur being
` put to <red expense throng: medical it tuposition and
qa tcUry. y elleklattga pod paid, addressed:envelope
euiaies may be bu , ' of the author' NATIIANIhL
E3q:, LtzilforctiCings Cu. N.Y. ttlib34 lyr
PMST .1147:e PAIR air
AtIZFO.7D, .4t.ll:da 10,1002.
LOST OR STOLEN .,
LOST in 51ontrose,on Friday leaning last, a NT4LET
enntatainz POUR NOTES tante re.spectftvi values
of 14:, Sib ;5. and $4 55, au drawn payable to
T 0 M.IS MITCHELL or barer, due nine months from
3llrn lant : also iota papeca duo ale to anyone except
All persons are cautioned whist then tes, as
ptru.iit bins been stopped._' If - tb tiara , will lave said
W.itlet ad contents at the Montrose Ltemeeraallee he
will roc:etre a :ward 91E2 50 and the thanks' of the
Montrose, April B 1864.—ti
T " UNDERSIGNED now OCOU:ITCA a pail; of /1.
Cla=4ns' WAGON SHOP, near the Stinan.-M-U, in
or :kr ntri , s o, where he intends, to cart ) on,.Ute matturscture
WA 1 3034a, BUSBIES & SLEIOHS.
R.EPAIBLVG DONE, 'NEATLYION
A FULL SUPPLY OF' SPOKIth, ALWAYS ON pIA.ND.
BEY? STVFF for currins. and WALK/kJ/AA - -
FRS' af..4TERIALE, BEST QUALITT,hyt qpietaht
ty‘os han,,.. so as to be preplued to do goal 'work on
N. 13. AU persons Indebted to the undersig neddd will
please call and settle their accounts scitbont further, no.
tire. i Whi. , GARY.
Montrose, April - Lt,-5862.
N oT lc E leteeby girr to rdl
Peterceons tavie demandsr
Z at ce ees rmi n u e i .l r e iM u n r i 7l nbi.leftegatthe lame mast underAzo• d for settlement , and a ll pereati
to said eAtate are requested to make tentehedintelporaent:
Anburn.April MIA. ANN TflAYNE,',Ad'x.
Executrix's - Notwel.'
OTICE le hereby given to all persons lutvinFie.mands
azaiaet the eetate of Caieb Caalit. late of hneonnt
ams l ,l deceaved. that tbe woe moat bepr mented to
the efirlereigned for settlement. and all Demon* Indebted
to •+., d c, tale are requeeted to make immedlatSparment.
Cbocouut, April Td, W., SAJtAII CARMAL
_SEED ‘POTATO• •
pEAeli BLows, Butsurs f e lE LINCS.
finlkley's Seedling Potatoes were raked from Le Peed
balls In 15:35. and have bean tested for. several 'years and
arc non. acknowledged by all srhu l i ve tried 0101 Wbe
the be:it in the world fur general cultivation ; being large
be.• !my. very productive and equal to the beat iniquality.
salein Montrose by . ALLEN, DEAN' & CO.
33 10 W‘WO C: 0 1.7.111
- L - 911 Painters' use.--a aubstitute rot titrpentme. aud
a znar.l) lees price, fot sale by ABEL T(.7 t RELL.I
117.R.5: COMPOUND EXTRACT OF DO K ROSE.
ge.',/rtili ‘4;l:l"`sftlm'ptird,-Y.Tit n ir g." .s"°Envi the lr:d. l : 2 ol
bZiC, ht w4olcanle An:retail, by AA.L TURRELL.
Adiniziistta . Ncxl ice.
i*TeliS of aCfniut!tratiot to the estate 4etite late
14 Petertiaelcsoa, of Brio. - swaten having beck...ranted
ttw eedeseignad.aii person: indebted to sabd smite
ire ruinustell Li( make to uneditt:" PaTment . aad those
claims agecist. tke sante araesat Meat's)
Drid;steater. Mar** 256. Int . Adm%a/' tratriL.
LARGE and =DMZ EMS,
FOR sax By ,
HENAY BVEOTT., Nejr N.iford
• • t
XITAINTRY it STRAW' I GUS.
'WE have (ha pleacarit of atinotMataz 04tl, ightzt,4*--
v v prepared to otter, at OUT tild stand. - -.,.;,.. „-,.,a;
Nos. 103, ion ilia 101, 'Conk sieendho, •
ntote Alirela Platititelphia, I . •
A lAcIl selected dtoCkot - . ' •f - --,
UTZBI awl STRAW DS : . -
to every caricm OW !Amid lakiertatious,ll6 ttesVst
aa , l la .st fallgonabli, %Wu.
our Straw Departwool Intl comptimo evetriptilanuata
nits, and T IIMMIngg 10 tl, faand to that lbw of the .la.
ten and AlAit 11 ' , APArea shapes and styli*. • . tickle:gm
turiy call or order. I teeial4, ._ , , caw
roue.; Vaikihtttgits. u. Min.
L. lIARDING st, CO.
i; I.LEa3 in Orytkiade t Growl* flyer',
..W2dayelo_thin, Soots Shoes, 14pit,
• .ts,llc.trUloo . - •
.ofiTersey : City. on Xonday
s _resul ted
in a . conii)te‘ tritmip;i ilia pi:Meer:lcy.
B.Atomari: the , Acitiociatie's 'candidate
was elected by bDO majority:,
"The Postm aster, e rat hia'appoitit—
ed 3., W. Reseberry Poste iister at litan
nisas Junction', Henry..= . O. Brooks Post
master-at Fairfax. Court Ifoitse, - thus re:
,storing.the mail serG.'te, which has been
interrupted during' the past year:: r
—A San Francisco paper sums up Gen,•
eml , Fremont as :foHows.: 4l l-1e", was 'a
statesman who had never made a speech,
- a general who had iliVer 'won•a battle,-a,
pathfinder .teho always missed the 'track,
and timillionaire not worth a continental
- , ,
—Showing-His Colcirs.—On 'the llth
ult., in Congress, John_ Bingham', an abol
ition member of Congress from Ohio; in a
debate on the Tax .Bdt, made -use of the
following trehuitiable hinguage_: "Who in
the. name Of IteaVen 'wants the, 'cotton ,
States - or any other State this side of per
dition to remain in the Union, if slavery
is to centinne.":. • " ' ',
—A bill %to prevent - amalgtnation. of
the different :races naen" ,was lately
passed- by. the California. Legislature.
The hill makes it a penal offence for any
white' lotion. tointermtrrit' any
"colore Tiersoni,". whether of the African.
:Pr Asiatic raee's;; .
_sale o ne of the' laigest and
best. selections or .
eit •,- _.0.)
Ever offered in Susquehanna County, mid
probably Comprising the greatest- VA
RIETY or most' different articles of any
StOre in the Northern part of Pennsylva
nia, and perhaps of the -entire State. An
assortment is kept in about thirty differ
ent branches of trade, and the selections
are made from about forty of the best
'Hoses in New York, and more than ill=
ty Dealersand Manufacturers out of New
Yak. A hitge proportion. of the Goods
are broniht direct froM the Manufaeturers,
thus insuring- genuine articles.. Custom
ers •on entering s the Store must not expect
to find•eeerything in sight, but nearly • ev
ery article w:mtea Will be produced by
inquiry. Some idea of the Stock may be
tormek the following gfiieral outline,
but enumeration is impracticable.
DRUGS .4ND. MEDICINES, •
PAINTS AND' OILS,
• • DYE .STUFFS,
j --1 • °LIQUORS,
WALL end TY IND OTV PAPER,
SI L V ER,IVAR R, • . .
• , • PERFUMEEP,
FANCY GOODS, . • •
• •L'l2U SITE S.
A:IfERICAN 'l l 0 Clf ET E . N INES,
TABLE CU7'LERY and
SILVER-PLATED TVA RE
LAMPS, MATERIALS fur LIGHTS,
LED . CORDS,
• •• MIRRORS, •
WINDOW AND PICTURE GLASS,
LIT?, OG,B AP If' S,- .;' -
V ANIS!! ES, • *CAGES,
WIIIP.S, tk. LASHES, BROOMS
Allllll NIT 0 ,
3IEDICAL $(412G . 16!.4L Instruments,
SALT„ - •
• PORCELAIN rEzrzr,,
In short, nearly every thing, to restore the
.sick, to please the taste, to delight the eye,
to gratify the fancy,:and also to condace
to the teal and substantial comforts of life.
.of, the , public is,respeot
foty fncitedio my siock of Good?, bo n
exclusively. for: casn :and be
sold. on the same principle for low prices.
° Montrose, Aril Ist, 1862. •
• . LUBRICATING OIL, -•
FOR .6:11 Kite or Machinery, for rile by
TIMOTHY & CLOS SEED!
FOR SALE BY • '
ABEL TURRELL, MONTROSE
N.E. comer of 7th & Chestnut Ste.,
, _ 11111.ADELP/11A. •
This Inc.iitution.-which Icn! , eiqnl)llthed in 1844. and
is non. eont , equmtly in the eighteenth year of its eih•t
enex, ntnbert. emon ,, its .gradnuteK hundreds ots the
moot eheeeedfal Merchant" Stud Business ,Men oi our
The object of the Institntion It solely to afford voung
lhohnenchet ta"ttiht art; Book.keepldg; 'IN applicable
to the variptiodepattments of trade : Pentuanaldp. both
I , latn anti ormaluchtak Comlnercial . Aase.' Mathematics,
Navidation, Civil Eugineertng, Drawing„rhuoography,
and Modern Languages. •
The tyttem of instruction it peculiar, no classee or set
lettons are Made use uf, but each etudent is tanght ind
vidnully, tu that he may commenee at any, time, and at
tendat whatever hours are most tunyenient, •
Catalogues are hunted autinallyaftur the 15th of April,
containing names of the salamis fur the year, and fall
particulars of tertne, ,tc.„ and may be obtained at any
time by addresslngthe Priticipsh ,• •
In exteusi re accommodation, wide•spread reputation,
and the /CMOS experlunde'of the Principal, 11119 Institu
tion offers facilities euperior to any °therm: the country,
for youngmen wishing to for httainetsmndtontn
taili at thc.ealne time a 14 ..which-oma prove
rexenmendation fur them to any Meratutlle klunte.
gir Cilttenden'e ferieeof Trettites on Book-keep
ing; now more widely circulated than any other work on.
Lhe sol!laCt.,. are for sale at ttui College. • .
S. BODGES CRlT'fraDElq,.
- • • Prneart.AL.
. GIN lififtli:c
-,. - 01111 ACTS,
„,A. z .b. : ,,.....e,„,„„,,,„,,,„,,, c b :v0 J,,i. ti ,„,„„ a 0 i5 p,..,, t ,.
, b - Tn t rEutul,Lced.Hbr. vdreilibEg 'etTARDS,
and e rest of mankind . But the cold is;mtherremindi,
She People that the
General Taitoriaroves .
Mtge* 30 Shltinpla I Men AtOrkbtOattilllUMble
manner. Aud it shsraid he remembered that .
NO -i tStIODDIPNVORK
comet from his Shop, Rarmeuts.,erSpltlinuther with
THE . UNION ;STITCH I .
- pdv...dlenniva out ottbe ettesttOn; Al! who have had
bad PITS should call sad Oh monad avoid Were danger.
Cutting done right. for ready psi, &member tie place.
One 13149 r, ViNat :or ain aria* flotA I
The latest Whim* 'drays on hand. and_ lestrustiotts
given, to milling up: TOgkratdted. thrall , ell on
Yootrose Nor. - :,%th. , JO/14 a
rrBONS VAIIITING;A .
. • oa czto-.
:,.!3'''Er,:itcll..F,. - 0' R T.
I L ".
the ,Round heads 11
Colons' I: WORE Status' . Brigade,
STATIONgto. ?AT 134AtTFORT,
`4lc:heititly location,-good ratione,Pienty of Oringes
and other fruit.
. The Anderslined will also receive recruit' for owner
linentin the : ' - - .".
Pay will commence on the day of imlisixnent,- and salt
'latent% will be Awelshed from the same date. . . •
For further I:articular@ enquire at thy madman' at
L. P. WADS' Law•ollee, Susquehanna Depot, Pa.
W J. MINTER.
• • First Lieut., 100tb Rea:
. RecM.ting Mater.
Simmtiebanna Depot:Mar& 1:,1801 ' •
Soldiers Boanty l , Arrears of Pay, Ire.
31 1 1M21, 1 10 518 G0ZZ a t i e l lit,ti r so t t e r al . l°G bp or ilf p . ay .
due deceased soldiers . Pare r % t ot Delta of or
ceased soldiers. are entitled to dist. the same.. The slab.
saltier fro load experience In the Wetness, and having
the, forms sad itiatractions recently received from Nub.
Litton, to now ready to prepare and forward ail each
claims as may be intrusted to his care.
March 12..'62.--4m • • - ' .
TMI appended °sired from thecbtulavotLOnberbadir.
1311bert a.CM., successors of Mooney, Cohn Is Co., is
the general Hardware and Cutlery Easiness, will explain
Itself; and I cannot permit this opportunity to pass with
out again tendering my. hearty thanks to the many Mer.
cantiie and trading friends who have, so liberally eaten
"dm% to me their custom and Influence:since my business
interests have been mostly hi the city of New York rand
I still Invite them, as well is those who have not found
It convenient to do so, to favor me with their patronage,
in return for adeteiminatlou to and promise to= if
possible. . M. C. TV
Montrose March sth,. 1862..
. . .
• N. D. M. C. TYLER, has-specified interest& watt's,
the same as with our predecessors, MOONEY, CORU II
CO., sad would be happy to see him old friend'', °nets's°
their orders. which we will execute to the yer/Ireittiriss•
net In his absence. . . .
i.OUD3RDACR. OILMMT £ CO.,
alba* .4 Park Row, Oopoalta the Astor Roan.
TTIE COPARTsznionPaereiotore existing under the
I. name of BOYD &WEBSTER was dissolved .on the
flrst day of February last. by mutual consent. All the
notes and accounts are in, the hands of W. A. Boyd, who
is duly authorized to settle the same. All persons having
tinsettledaccounts will confer on us a specistl favor by
nettling their itcconota very soon. W. H. BOYD,
February 18,'61—w6 A. L. WEBSTER.
A HOUSE AND LOT on Cherry street, below the
WI Foundry of Sayre Brothers. If not sold before the
First of April next. It will be rented.
Sluntrose. Feb. 11th..19 , 12. Wlt. IL BOYD.
_ 61•941 r. TY . tr 4
BRADFORD COUNTY. LARGE; and
WESTERN "MEDIUM ClO.ver Seed.
IIeLD•DROP SEED 'WHEAT,
Peas, Beans, and Barley for Seed,
Field and Sweet Seed Corn,
Shakers,' Risley's, Johnson's and
Contskock's Gardeti Seeds,lbr sale by'
. ALLEN, DEANS A. 90,
Montrose, March 11111, 1602.
S A I"ONIFIER.
mIIE Family Soap Maker! Al! 'Kitchen Oreaie can be
made lute goodSOAP by using Saponifier . fortif•
rectlons accompany each box. Soap is as twiny mado as
Low of coffee. Manufactured only by the Patentees,
Ppoo'ff Salt Artio fgrtu ri irg Company,
• mbe y }iv, 117 Walnai-at. Philadelphia.
DANDELION - COFFEE.
THIS Preparation. made from the best Java Coffee, is
recommended by Physicians ass superior NairMous
beverage, for Genentl Debility. Dyspepsia, and all bilious
disorders. Thousands who have been compelled to aban
don the use of coffee will use this without injurious effect
One cap contains the etrungth of two pounds of ordinary
coffee. Price .t.. 3 cents.
For sale iu ,11Qutruse by Abel Turrell.
KOLLOOTS LEVAIN ,
iberirkt BARING POWDER known. for maklnecht,
sweet and nutrition Dread and cakes. Price 15 cents;
Manufactured by H. H. KOLLOCK. Chemist. _
Corner at Waal and Chestnut-at*, Philadelphia.
Sold by all Driugiuts aud.Groeens. nih6 iyje
m- ME BEST IN MARKET,
At 40 Cents per Ga.MAI..
Also Bitrning Tlnid, and CitUiphene, Spirits Turpentine,
At.. eonstantli on hand, at lowest market prices.
Montrose, Feb. 19.. ABEL TVIIRELL.
ERSONS OUT OF BUSINESS, and wanting cheap
farms, aee advertisement of :Vineland in another
Great Bend Seminary.
AT, GREAT BEND, SUSQ'A COUNTY, PA.
Trikkei ielizorlas Tors OP THIS
SCHOOL WILL OPEN ON Monday, February
24th, 1862, and continue ELEVEN WEE/114
under the direction of IL-CIIBII.3LAN, as principal. The
course of but:imam in AU the bratiches,is, thorough and
practical A thorough preparation gives' to .yotusgaten
desiring to enter College. -
A teachers class will baorganiled at the commence.
mentor the term, for Abet. more full 'training of those
wtshingto teach; and assistance rendered them inpro.
curing situations for the stanimer: . This class will re.
ceireinatmctinn on the theory and practice of teaching,
one hour caeltday. and hare public meetings We in two
EON. 8. 11:' CHASE, A: M., IniUnctor in Greek Lat
in add Gentian. - • • • •
•REV....J. B. .11cCEEARY, Chaplain and lecturer on
- moral acienc'e. • • •
7.118 N 11. GREEN'eTeschor of Primitryise ent.
lIISS MATTIS J. O RA2i OE,Tescher of aiaalcon Plano
- Tertas'of Tuition: • .
.. . ~ .
Primary Departmenf,,per quarter of eleven weeks - . S 3 00
.Common thancbes. •• • ' " .• 350
Higher English-and Mathematics '' • ' do., .5 00
Natural Sciences N do., " 700
Languages. Ancient or modern do., 8 00
Teachers Notuial Clash- do., . 1 50
Music on Piano . do., . 800
'Use of rLann . • • dn., . 200
Thehigher branches includelhe lower, thus :48 00 per
quarter covers all branches named, above,- except teach
ers close and music- on plant>. . •
Board can he o'talned with furnished rooms at from
42 15 to S,X 50 per wvek—lights„ washing and fuel extra.
Students wishing to board themselves can obtain rooms
in the School building by applying in Beason.
Montrose, F•lbruary 12, 'ol—yl , .
• New. Arrangemen t •
ITE.undershruccl ciatilunen the. business, of tie
drm of I ? E.WITT RILEY. at the old mead, . (La.
throp Iluildlayo Where a full stock of. •
Dry Goods, • • 'Hats and Caps. - •
droceries, ' Iron and Nails,
Hardware, Paints and Oils,
Crockery, Yankee •N,otions,r
Beots and Shoes, Loather, dce., .
- „..wa eonetaatl7 be round.
He will altanyi be . gLstt to seehls old Mende aid all who
wish.a.s%l4eof the above wraelqa, PEWITT.
Meratrome,frobit/ary - 4 410:
glint FaTlTerm of this ItistitutiOn hill commence on
JL Wednesday, beptember 4th. The Winter-term on
Wednesday Deeenther -Illil iltuk the qrinakirAn Wed'
nesday. February nth. •• • • ' • - ' •
• Ear' Term eonolsta of eleven Weeks. -
• • - •: ,
TLTlTON.—Citrrinintt Grahams. ivicludlta Vocal mus
c, • 4 0,00
Natural Philosophy, Clmaistry. Pdyed s ulogy andnook-
Algebra:- Geometry and Ancient I l an:Mtge', . ..
4 1 18
French, . ,OG
Music on Plano . :sontil the War is over ,- 0
Room rent, ' 11
Expeeaes 011kt/talon room 1,0
La:tares with - agool /lambs are giveA *vary
u ,, i/h u ad c :-It!so ooseu. coo
t r i scl tem
toye ia bodatesiil
Board cd4 be bad lit the neigbborhobd at two dolliuv '
per keel. - . • • - .
Pay In adrazoo, Or properly sOcuritl.'•
iladard.itaguatt 1501,- „ • "
, . • ••. .
A nth! EDT Oon UMW TIMES, where people hate
Ca. been thrown-ont of briefness, aa pmen tome Ilta
tie manna or ma I neranesj to make themaelrea a home.
[Boa kdrertieesnent to enotjter colas of the settle
taut of %limbo:44 . • • - • • •
ItTen AND Phopuorws If- LANDS: LOB
ALE.'twenty•two mile4Bota of vpals4e=
e Baden Mite of theft& Beet Waseelead
.WANTED ! WANTED !-
RANTED - ATITIER'S 'STORE:
1;000 tnisliels of Oats, _
10,000 lbs. Fresh Butter, in Tubs or
Rolls, - ,
500 lbs. peemar, . -
5,000 dozen Boa,
;500 dozen pans Good Woolen Socks,
Pouwalca in _ •
tirhest - Marke t price *ill be
Paid. In . *. •
8Y Cia 'VIE LIAR:
Montrose. Nov. 4th, 1861. - •
GROVER & BAKER
rote rAuu.i asp sustritcrorlima 178 E,
495 Broadway, Now-York.
Agenciesin alt the principa l. Cities and
Tutees iR the United States.
Thc. Greyer oic Baker S. M. CO. beg to
call the attention of the public to that recently tatroae.
NOISELESS ' FANNY AND MANUFACTURING
savfltfi actensvina t
stA.RING THE METTLE Olt LOCK STITCH.
These machines combine tql the latest useful improve.
menta-ta sesrlngmachtnery, and are tdghly recommended
Situp!Jetty of Construction; '
Noiselessness;; Rapidity; •
- -Rase of Management; -
Capacity for all kinds. of troik,
And Beauty and Regularity of Stitch.
Vartonsstyles of these machines adantedtethe house
or workshop will be found ht. the ditrereut agencies ot the
company throughout the United States. Their nets
.SHUTTLE MACHINE FOlf TAILOR'S' USE,.
The Lamle triumpn of the tarring inechine art—nolseless.
rapid, and easily operated—will commend itself to those
who use such snitchings fur manniactaring clothing.
Grover '& Baker Machines,
• GROVER & BAKER STITCH.
These JusUY-celehrated machines. adapted to all the
wants of the .. hciusebold,and manufactory, continue to
maintain the pre-eminence Which the almost unfverial
verdict of the public has awarded them. The well-known
STRENGTH 2 ELASTICITY,- & DURABILITY,
of the Grover b. Baker - Stiteh n•ill always insure these
machines the preference for family use, for the manufac
ture of such goods as are intended for . lrear—for use and
not for show. ' • - • •
wwherever the G'over & Baker Stitch Machine,
have exhibited , and fairly jaffged in competition tvith
the leadin Sewing Machines in the Market. including
the Whee ler LIM Gaon, they have. invariably borne off
the Ant premium.
- This asiisstlozi Is entitinnedhy the deetilaa of the emu
mitten of the State Fairs of
, 01110 and
ieeently held. which 'awarded tho drat Premitun to the
Grover t Baker Machine over all others in competition.
F. B. CHANDLER, Agent,
tF• . Montrpse; Pa
STAND BY YOUR GUNS!
WITH 40,000 HOD HOCKERS
armed 'With Brick4lats!
IVITHIN 4 MONTHS MARCH of
11Z411r122111ZW $31 5 ?..0161;
nit AND WINTER , GOODS;
Wilk* E k
i l t itivps)
GOLII 11,111 ES i I IIE 'DAY
And with a plent ful edpply wo havp potchabeda large
STAPLE and F.ANCY -, DR.V GOODS,
GROCERIES 41: PROVISIONS,
RATS AND CAPS.
BOOTS AND' SIIOES:
WALL PAPER. - WOODEN. WARE,
V ‘INICE'R NOTIONS
FLOUR, - SALT, FISH, NAILS„
PAINTS , AND OILS,
And 530 , Y9 other articles too n attIeXOUIS to meal On,which
still be sold at prices that ATM
Defy i Competition.
Don't rorgot Tho Plops.
But. I 1.1 ; you Inquire ofyonrieigliburs kur ..
1 - Tho Cheap Store,
They will itrvarliibly /irt:et yon td • s •
THE PEOPLE'S 'AGENTS,
ORIOIIIAL "-giiF. PRICE" STORE!
:Exchange fot;'oo9 - ds.
' Cash Paid For Pars.
NE,W„MlLFoilt.p. , N9yembar 180. •
WANITED—A respectable person of either , peg In
every-neighborhood to eel! .1. R. Stafford'a Our):
T*n. and aleoT..R. Stafford's Inky AND Scitentli Pow,
num. Olive tit to a titan: tiatteparept AtOd.: is Dui
beet remedy blown rot diseases nr the throat.daucts: or
Catarrh: Also Ibr dlphtberrn. Croup. Whooping Cough.
At My Iron and Sulphur Powdersitmethen the eye
tem; Sid the digestion. and purify the blood. I bare
@lateen page tampltlet containing tall explanationo. end•
over one hundred teetlmontalt from veal. Itnounapronit r
IltanSperaOtto, atblehlhtiltsend to totrerab heeler #4l,
- • It. STAFFORD. Chemist.' .
101 —l7 a . 443Broadwp. N
3.lErbrearoB3 033.431 cg
Zan 113 ceistaatly Am). sad st sslir
• • is le den he °Wald 4. 111 7 Plea lig Pic&
. . , Tarywil Nog ma%
IF : TOU 1111;11:.TO.,..PURellASE
D. 27 tibeaSi 8
AT GROAT BA OA NS
AT ORNA r11446WR S.
Be sure and call at the
lk aura aid - tall at the '• ~1: • ,
• --< .1 .2'
' Bee.. * ' C os - e.'
No. - 2047. 1 1 4 Court St.
4 . r a r ieop•mt: 1 •
' • v. ,
am) received sinother..Lorp P:4 of
New Pall and Wiator *lode!.
making their's the largest and beet assosted ; 010 Ck. Int
ozhlblted In Broome county.
' Their goods comprising the latest stylei that appear in
the NeW York market. have all been bon/tilt 909..ensh.
mostly at auctionealessit tarp aileriliCe, AN now
°Hued to the public . • • •
Regardless of their Value, • ._
at a steak advance. whereby weare enabled to ten Bleb
Goods almost equally low as the p rice usually paid for
cheaper fabrics. Please read the tiostving Bat of prices:
We are selling Good DeLithiesfee . t $0 ISIX
Handsome - do - •tt 15
Welt Orie.,tal Luttrell, - I • 15
Plain and Awned.. French uweinate,ls6 to 195
Good Black. Silk, wide, for ; 75
Worsted and Silk doribloßroche Shalt*• 45 0
Woolen Double shawls, I 25
Claud some cloaks at Great ttergelne2
AN Wool _black broadcloth, t 1 . 50
All wool colored cloth, •:' 87/‘
A large variety of cloths for men's and boys lent..
Marseilles BO soma, • S
Ladies' cotton hose, j • . 8
Ladlea', ribbed wool do. - 3 pair; • 50
GoOdSteal spring skirts, .• 05
India Rubber combs.. , 9
handsome silk belts, . • . 13.19
WiriPort monnales, ' 1 9 / 6
And Innumerable other Goods at the tattlatleV90111011: •
DE SLIDE AND CALL AT TDE 'BEET Arytt . *
before pnrcbaslngelectchere. as we aresataftea that fide
le the °Mr place to secozo such EXIT4IORDWARY
No, 21)Court Street, L .
Binghamton;Oetubel 17, 1 1 81 I.h.
REPORT OF SOLON ROBINSON,
OP 21.18 MLR' TORKTIMICNIt,
iriT.The following to en extract from ho report of
Solon-Robinson. Es 9., published in the New 'York Trt•
bunt, in reference to Vineland. All persons eari read
this report with interest. . •
Advantages Of Fartaimg near rionte — Vineland-rite,
marks win its great .Fiirtility•-The
;Canso of Fertility—Amount of Crops , Produced—
PrOtical Evidence. • -
It is certainly one bribe most extensive? fertile trade,
than almost level position, and saltable ;condition for
pleasant farming that we know of this side of the west
ern prairies, We found some or the oldeit farms appa
rentlyjust unprofitably Protinctive as when Snit cleared
of forest fifty or a hundred years ago; j
.discover tb wause of this
continued :ertility. The 'whole country td a marine de
posit. and alt through the soil we found evidences of cal
careous gut:Mance*, generally in the fume Of indnlated
ealear,eons marl. showing manidlatinct forms°, ancient
shells:Of the tertiary formation :and this timely substance
Is scattered all through the soll, iti-a very comminuted
rorm,and intim exacteondition most easily "asolmilated
by such plants as the farmer desires to erdtlyate. • ;
Marl. in all its forms has been used to fertilize' crops in
Englatd, from the time it was occupied b¢ the. ROME'S:
and lei France and Germany a marl bed is counted on as
a valuable bed of manure, that can be dhg, 'and caned
and spread over the field. -How much more valuable then
it must Denten fund already mixed through the sell,
where, um particles Oil be turned up and exposed , end
transformed to the owner's rise every Brun he stirs - the
!laving then satisfied our minds with the anise. they
will not be excited with-wonder at seeing Indubitable ev
idence of fertility of a soil which in our situations, bar.
ing theaame general characteristics oret least 'ppm- rare
ces, is entirely unremeneratite except sells productive
neat Is promoted by artificial tenth:withi'
A for words about theqeality and valeet bf 'this . land
for cultivation, of which wehimesome taking proof.
Our first visit was to William D. Wilson, Franklin
township. Gloucester connty, who purchased some eight
miles :north of Milville, aboei.three , yearot ago, for the
t ie r m " l t ie b r ii :o h a in endo s l;t en ft n h ' e li ne t w " ;alfr k oZ th a e s
as the firewood andeoal. for which he bdilt * track
mile And 'a halfrong.. lie also furnished sixteen miles of
the road width ties, and had ;no doubt made the mill
profitable, though his main object wasto ;open a farm,
naviog become convinced that the soil wa i f , valuable for
cultivation.' In this he has not _twee di , ppointed. as
some, or his crops prove . - Positettancet e second time
of cropping, 30ti bushels of potatoes on onc e atm- Worth
GO cents a bushel In the field. This scarf seven acres,
withbut manure, produced 350 bin:hale oft's: In one
field, the Sot crop was , potatoes, plant among the
roots, andyielded bushels , The wed - were dug,
and wheat sows, and yielded 16 bushels ; and the stubble
turned under and sown to buckwheratwhich yielded 33%
bushels; and then thegronnd was sown. to Clover and
timothy; which.grwe awn finft.ell462)( to pee ittre'.. -
Tea fertilisers applied , to these crops ware first; ashes
from clearings ; second. 223 pounds of ,superphosphate
of lime ; third, 200 ponnds Peruvian:Nand; thratilietmsh.
els or slacked lime has been spread upob the dlover since
it was mowed, arid turned in for wheat. -
Mr. Wilson's growing crops, and the 41:Ribble at
the presents/won, all indicate hialand a productive as
any part of the State.
• • At Diary Barron's, an'old style Jersey omen • farmer,
several miles loath of Mr. liViloon't,see Were so partien
larly struck with the fineappeareoce era titles urcotn,that
we stopped to Inquire of the hired man bey, it was. pro.
daced. 'We fouhd that the land had been !the year bat.
one before in wheat, sown with clover. andthis cut one
iseaseM,"and Bet spring plOwed once, Wit.k . one
neg.' , turd planted with cortr.•• • • .
"Yes. but you maunred high. we ouPposo r^ wesaid to
terrontively‘and got his reply ;-- •
-Wial,.you see, we couldn't done 'Vest hattsi we
hadn't but forty-one horse 'midi:altogether. for Ziactes,
and we wanted the most on't for the truck." • .1 -
The truck coos eted of beets', carrots, c4bbaile, cucum
ber's. mations. At.. and a very productive : l:etch of Lima
beans. grown fur tnarketieg. •SJ we werl' satisfied that
the soil was not infertll2, even unaided hi clover, which
had fed the corn , because the - tr.:ckpatelr liail.not been
closeted. and had been In cultivation loni enough to ob
literate all si g ns of the forest. . -
Our next visit was to th e large farm of ndrew Sharp.
five miles north of from half to ettr0,...0f.„
the railroad, and just abort in the centre ,of Vineland.-
- Mr. Sharp commenced work here In Decediber..lB3o. up
on 21) acres: In less than three years hoe has got 234'
acreonleared and in crops this maven, all; well. inclosed
and divided into several fields. with 'cedar rail or pole
fence ; fine built a two-story dwelling, mbout thirty-six
or forty feet, And a smaller tibuse for farm laboters, and a
• stable and granary anti some other onebdUdinge. '
I Considerable part or the bind wits dentin) for the plow
at itndollarr anucreL end on obrueorit It:O5M crop was
inickvili Mt. limed with 50 bushels So powder per acre.—
This crop may be pet in rtem.luly ith to iNlth.'and
frotn twenty to thirty b u shels per acre, hurvesteil in Nov
.ember; when theland beinzsowed withiltiO pounds of
Peruvian guano and seeded with rye. - yldlded 12 to 15
bushels per acre and tendollars worth or straw: 'The
rve stubble turned. after knocking off a large growth of
oak sprouts. and dressed again with guano and seeded
- to wheat, gave 13 or 16 bushels. The crop which be was
threshing while we were there promisee more, of Ayer,. -
plump grate, and the straw is very heavy, •. • ,
We went over the otnbble and found 'tire Clover and ,
timothy, from seed sowed inn: spring, on the wheat with
out' harrowing, looking at well as we ever saw it upon
Any Oidenitivated farm, and with a little mork done in
rho winter to clear of some roots and rotten stumps, .
and Saiiltit stakes ton:Milt permanent outs, we will ba
able to cut the crop next year with u •nniwieg machine
and will guarantee two tons per acre; fhe will give
the orerpinsir ithverthurthe estimate-
Part of the /*Mixes planted with.pota ea for - a first •
crop; which yielded handed and tore ty bushels per
acre. • It was then limed with fifty beehe A pet acre, and
seeded With wheat and clover; ,an average of
overt:, bushels per acre, and the cloyettlOw looks bean
ti _ •
Othernonloris hastrbeen planted with torn so a first
crop. which jielliell th irtroll2oAlS of ycitow fllnt 'corn.
and thesecond eiciplarty huebele,tind the third crop.
treated 110 pouudsorgnane. we are -eurelno :one ..would
estilliate, below forty bushels per acre. l •
[The eader . will recollect that the writer is now speak
tug 0 1 lends -pelfectly new. and utich catirearcely be con
sidered in goo itrableUnditietn—ri.). r
•In ii4ler easels ilad corn crop °flask. yet 4 . followed
this season, not yet threshed. st
probably forty.to fift4 , heehaw. "'Sweetnotatnee, - beans,
mellons, and in fam. all Yegetablee. so its - young
peach and other, fruit trees planted this year. how - very
plainly that Ole Itinguegleeted tract of lend 'should re
meth so no longer, And Merely now a atymg prohabilliy
Min n swill not ;' for cinder the anspites of Mr. Landis, it
will he divided into anion lots, With roadi located to ao
eommodsteatt—tho surveyor fe wow Ailey sit this work •
—and all purchasers wiltberectutred to • build treat cora
fortible honsee, and eit her fence their iota In tnthirmity, '
or term to.livevithontfunce.shich woldd he prefera
ble, hy Walden:teens a good mmnlationMilibe secured
who will establislichurchas, schools, • stereo. mills,
china shopsand home*—hamosof Antennas farmers. mu , : •
minded by Carden., orchard/. delda andeontfortiscitair:
iy any o.ne. from any derangementof business; Is deals. ,
egiept Cluminglifa pursuits for life. or who Iv Iron any •
masa doiroue to now location andel/asp tome id
tba tountrv,and *homey read and belliz a :t:tia
crulystated, be wild do welt toga and awl rhipmel ,
sorlosaieasritiftisvvetilinifid•W " •
- Nil 'Fill&IIIIIER1OODS
AT TYIIIII I - ITOREI
FIRST STORE BELOW TARBELLS.
A . twacsame,
i , C243.040.1E1r1.7.113361
1 FRESH CODFISH,- STONE WARE:
WOODEN WARE, BROOMS,
&e., PAINT it. VARNISH
' - INGSCRUBING,
• , NAIL, a n d LATHER •
BRUSES, ALL VERY CHEAP; -
ALCOHOL, TURPENTINE, & LAMP
BLACK, TALLOW, SOAPS
- - ()revery kind bat Gorr. ' •
AT TYLER'S STORE:'
.13 xtrainun q i . lt i a Ketor and ne :Thane . ;
02ZIS tkiV 1 27 1 202211
OD IMlKParele:CatoiyetallloOL SeeC . 2 Ar6s z i i h at li.
FOR THE HAIR, AND MOUTH.
VIIHS,ALLEN'S Worid'altair Restorer , ZylobaLatanta
al Darner. Cocoalne. Lyon's Katherina one and two
W i n i t i lltsa l groct' G .
Wash. vie.: Parrisn's Fragrant neer• -for the teeth and
and gums, Dalyrymple's Month Wash, Dental Soap, Sc.
AT Tl=lBls STORE • •
MORSESlndlanßoottille,Wziebt's Indian Vegetable
Pills, Cephalic Ms.—death on Headache.
iiirDoat ask to get treated at, TYLER'S STORE.
Montrose, Nov. 4th. ' HENRY C. TYLER.
TIN WAR 'CONTINUO!
GREAT BARGAINS PREVAILING.
NEW FALL GOODS
For Cash mut prompt ilz months_ buyers
IL 331:rEtrii r r
wouid again call ittenlion to ids N'ew and Large stock of
rui AND WM GOODS!
now being received, and elidiracing the most desirable
varieties of Ladles Drees Goode, 5, Rich Pail Prints,
• Cashmeres. Delaines,Ottornan-Valore. Merino**. •
Tambonrd-Reps., Glnghams and Silks • Ste!.
la, Silk, 'Roche, and Wool Long shawl's. • •
Rich Ribbons, Bonnets. mule - lowers, •
Ladles' Cloths, Broadcloths; Cu. • • .
ac.; With a eery nail •
- aseortment of .
Staple auct.raney Goods ;
• .. usual. in . . „ _
Paints. Oils, Boots and Shoes
hats and Caps, Clocks, Wall Paper, Ladiee
Fars. Buffalo lobes, - Carpetiugs.,ke., with a new
mart/Dent of Stoves and Trimmings of the best 'quality,
• made to order: Sc., tc.
Or As the stock is large and bought for cash, lie Is fully
prepared to conquer a Peace," and secure the highest
advantages of the "War" to his customers, who are in
vited to range themselves under his " Banners" and se
cure the_benedta of this "Fight." .
PlOar ft Salt. constantly on band
Newnsfora.octobeimi. H. SIIIIIaTT:
NEW . GOODS.
NEW - N GOODS..
- W •
NEW 0 GOODS
NEW „ GOODS
L. HARDING Sz; CO'S,
We are determined not - to lie out-done
in the way of
AL KINDS OF pßompx Tal . reit pdlllll,ge fo r
(3 r Gr 4:211 1 0 0 30 D gel
L. R&UDING & co.
Nicholson Depot, May 7th, 1861.-6 on
,-'.• NEW' FIRM. •
ALIEN: DEANS. a 'CO
Under Montroso Democrat Moo,
. ' •
A Fresh Ground Western7LOTlß
every 80 days. whletrwe warrant to kilo satisfaction
as any in market} it not good returned at oar expanse.
Feed; and Buckwheat Flour,
SALT, AND. PORK,
BY ylm:Loic.l.ll, 4ARREtoity.OI,72.CD.
HAMS,. [Sugar Cured]. • ' ;
- ;Dried Beef, •
and Syrups, ~
NCob.:wee. and Sugars,
TEAS. COPEEE, SPICES,
BROOMS, AND NAILS,
which we offer for aalo ItLOVF Prices,. tor , READY PAY
ONLY.. )fontrooN-Juls 9..150il
iotTANTED! 5,000:011 Wo en Jewil at
Tv "EVANS.& ALLEttits - elry stoie,
to buy mrstettes,Joirerly and Pang Goods, for
.THE ' HOLIDANSt
Tho subscribers like - 1408112 n In annonneing to their
friends, that they have this day returned from Newl'ork
with as ecastudly large and well seltwted stoekofGewis
with avec . tal necrosis:a tothe Opmacking Festive Season
Any perefin desirous of making
Christmas or Nenr.lithrs' Presentp •
can find a rich and extennive,mmortment to Peed from,
anaat peter that cannot fall to stilLas we, buy our Goads
exclusively for cash, and show them *ith pl esstire w i t h.
opt charge.. . .:.,. sy.milf.t . ALLEN.
.Wateheal-ztadles' ISamond . Enunteled. and plain—
a ettlendld snide. Also a indetyot Gold and Silver
Arnerrcen and Swiss, Mating acid Plain. very low.
Gold Chalon—A very extmare variety or Vest, Fob,
Guard and Neek Elmira it. Atr.sx.
Gar annillitgreatst PlId4A-.4lllfdlpltO variety
of stylnrand does: Ii seta and •• "
Mut* , Inns — Dieiborld, Rub!, Rktard - .Pearl,Seale
Clased and In Gold Itlagr-4 large rtbak.
• it raselleila:—Oold, Jet, Plated, and UAIR **Wet, of
all . natterrss and orlon". • Evora a' ALII.I.
Silver Ware—ltrety description of Silver Forks. and
Spoons. Napkins Rings, on band. `goer Soap' and , Gravy
Ladles, Cups. Card Cases, . Butter and Fruit Knives.
Children*" seta, salts, etc., srarranted good aa coin,
Matted Wi re -A Beauttral &sir:inentor Ice PI te.bp?s
Castors.. Cake Basket*, Wailers, Treater' Wakes., Scars
Salts. Knives, Yorke, %inane, Taut Racks, Cops Goblets
eta.. eta.. tnr • • , Inns Aux:4.
Skov* Illattllonti illtadis—A bugs stock of all
linads—Cona Weeklies, and Amdahl, Amber, Caral.
Pr:m.1.0111. Steel. and silver Reads. - -
WM Cloatalbo—krood stack- of sliell back and Com side
also ltedlek Slanajsgarrared Inpasslng •
Ualr and Tooth Dinalte eta:
411‘rd - radie*r;
. kle. S tidq Miro nal, .I.lll4lbillitte,
- Caw/ /0//"Wi
• Located ever the Suequehaans Valley Bank.
BINGHAMTON N.Y. •
D. W. LOWELL,•Orhicipal, PrOfessor It.•
Scieoce of Accounts, Practical Accounts,
- Author of Lorell's Treaties sport Book•Kr =
lug. Diagrams illustrating the same. .
Jona ILitexts, Commercial Accoontant,Protte'r
of Biaok Keeping and Practical Illathemarise.
J.J. CURTIS,' Assistant Professor in the But 1
A. J. Miming, Professor of Practical and
cements! Penmanship, Commercial Cakela •
dons and Correspondence.
Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson, Lecturer on Commcr
clal Law and Political Economy,
Hon. Ransom Balcoce,Lecturei^onTentract.
' Promissory Notes arid - Bine of Excbaoge. •
Rev-.-Dr.'E.-Andrewe , Lecturer oo Cemeteritat
Ethics. . -
Doc Sherman D. Pheipa, Wm. it. , Osborn, Esq.
Tracy S. Morgan, Epq.
- The object of this College is to afford to ail
an opportunity otobtaining a thorough Business
Education. . •
The Books Slid Forms are carefully arranged
by praCtical 'accoUntanta expressly for this Is.
stitution and embrace all the recent imprire:
• The course of instruction comprises every
department otbusiness. The learner will be
thoroughly :taught the science and practice of
Double Entry Book-Keeping is applied to the
following kinds of business, General Mer
chandising, Manufacturing, Banking, Commis
•sion, Stearnboaling, Wailroadirig, Forwarding
Freighting, Foreign Shipping, &c.
Can qcotllly themselres,in a short' time; at this Itsstirts:
lion, to MI Important and lueratiYe situations- Ample
references eau be given where 41)dt:tacit of ItX) are tete
lilting desirable situations with telarici Irons 'ZOO to $lOOO
The Proprietors are In possession of testimonials from
Some of the first Commercial Ifonseetin the State, tow - I/out
they hare tarnished book-keepers. showing their entire
satisfaction and confidence In the ability intim gradanifie
pews tnatitution, - . • . •
In all its - branches, taught by the most skillful and thor
ough waiters of the art. No College in• the country en•
Joys a higher reputat ion in this department. Ladle: De.
partment entirely separate from that of thegentlemen.
Students can enter College at any time. ho vatatloar.
Time to complete the course, front 9 to 20 week.. Stn•
dents passing the requisite examination are presentod
with the most elaborate and elegant engraved Diplt,n.a
loaned by any Commercial or Classical Institution In tl•e
Union. As,slautiace rendered to graduates In procuring
For term* of ttitlon. prllc 9f board. eeetftnoupda of
graduates filling poslttons..te, address the proprietors fur
circulars containing full Particulars.
:Proprietors Binghamton Commercial college,
O. . " Blngtuunton,ll. T.
New Eettlementof Vineland.
1 REMEDY FOR lIARD TIMER
Bus Opportunity in the Best Market. sad Non
Delightful and Healthful Climate in the Dz.
ion. Only thirty miles south of Phila.
.delphia. on a railroad; being a
rich, heavy' soil, and highly
productive wheat land; Amongst
the best in the Garden Etat* of Nevarrary.
TT CONAISTS of:1 , 0,000 scree of GOOD }and, arida:3la."
to farms of different tires to cult the purchaser—Sr/4a
20 aeries and upward/rand is cold at We rate of from
leer. to twenty dollars per acre for the farm land; pays.
ble one-fourth ca*h.and the balar.ce by gnarter-} tally el,
at/dimes:its; with legal interest. within the term of iota
Is,ln gnat Parte rich clay loam.suitable for Mired, Gress
and- Potatoes—also a dark and rich sandy loam. suitable
for corn. aweet•pokutoes.Yuhacco, alt kinds.of vegetables
and.root crops. and the great variety of fruit. ouch as
grapes, pears, peaches. apricots, :Nectarines. blackber•
ries, melons and otlierfniits, best adapted. to then Phila
delphia and Now York markets. In respect to- the- sof/
and crops there CUT: ho no mistake, no visitors can eznm•
ine both. and none are expected ttr hip before no doing,
and finding these statements correct—tinder these etrc
cutustancos, unless these statements were correct, thine
would be nu 'roe bn llet'. being made. It is conaiderel
The -Best Fruit Soil in the Union.
Nee report: of Solon Robinson. Foci., of the Naw..York
rriPune..and the well known agrleulturbat. William Par
ry,.or Cinnaminacn,NovJersey,whien will be fatmlibm4
%MI M1X1'L.R13.33:170.- • -
By looking oveeelnap the reader will' perceive that It
enjoys the tesi market In the Cnipn, and has direct ever. -
munleation with New York and Philadelphialwice a day,
being only thirty•two miles from the latter. • Prodnce fa
this market brings double the price that It does In loca
tions distant from the cities.. In this location it on be
put into the market the samemornine it Is gathered.
for what thq farmer sells he gets the highest price; ilst
groceries and other articies he,yorchases he 'gets ft Ike
lowest lair: In the 'West, what he sells brings him, E
pittance, but for what he buys he pays two prices.. In here the settler has many otheradvantages. Ile
a within a few honk. by railroad. of all thereat cities
of New Nngland and thiltiddle States. Ile Is neir his
old friends and associations. He has school for his chil
dren, divine service, and all the advantages - of civiliza
tion, and he is near a, Large city.
• • g i r MEEt . ClMaZnitAthArE -
Is delightful.; the winters being saltdwioue and own,
Whilst the summers are no warmer than In the North.—
The location is upon the line of latitude • with northern
PET/PONS 'WASTING a CITA:TOE°, CLIMATE ron ITEALbt,
wonld be much benefited in Vineland. The mildness of
the climate and its bracing influence, makes .it eacellett .
foe all - pultnonan affection... dy4peprio, or general debal!
ly. Visitor* will nuttce inference toe few days.- CAM
and/aetil. are unknottit.
- - Conveniences• at Bawl.
Building material to plenty. Fish and oysters are
pletallal and cheap.
- Visitors roust expect, however, to see a new place,
Why the Property hits not Been Settled Bea
This question the reader naturally asks. it is became°
it lumbeen held In laige trams by" lantilles not disposed
to eel!, and lading without railroad facilities they had taw
'inducements. The railroad has jti.t been opened. thrte•
the property this season, for the drat.
Visitorsare shown over the land in a carriage, free of
expense, and atiorded timeand opportunity for thorough
investigation, Thor° who come wltha tiew to settle,
should bring tnoneY to secure their pufehatee, its loc‘.:
thins sire not held upon Tern:mi.
Tun SAFEST Tutus IN 11,A ELITIXES. where people base
been thrown out 'of employment or buriners, and pi:my
th some little means or email Inc( no a, le to el art Uttel
!eked home. They can bey a piece of land 'at a sisal]
price, and earn - Inure than wages in Imp:using it, and
when it Is done it la a certain ladepentlence and no loss.-
A few acre', in frult.trees will Insure a comfortable lir, •
-leg.- Thcland is put down to hard-time prices,- and aU
improv'emcnte cue be made at a cheape; rate than most
am other time. -
The whole tract. with siz.tnilerfront on thentilroad, is
being laid out-with line end SINITIMIS avenues, with a
town in the cetitre—tlvo., acre 1011 In the ton n cel at from
$l5O to $1110; two and a.half acre lots, at from VT to $l4ll '
and town lots feet frout,by 150 feet Acep.at slo4l—par.
aide one-half cosh mid the balance within x year. It Is
only npou farms of twenty acree, or mute , that four years
time la given: -
fugSIANUFACTVREUS, the town affords a fine rupen•
for the 51101: manufacturing busioess, and etber sr
.tictet, Mod, near Pitilndellihia, • and .11te• surtouttding
country has a . large population, which, areirda a toed
Tide settlement, in the eourie of rcreral years, w ill bs
the moat beautiful pLacettin the country, and most
Motor a rcoitlence.
\lt is Intended to make It a • Vine and That grow ing
conntry, as this culture Is,the most prottable and the
beet adapted to the runt krt. Every nott Image end COS ,
Vet:lint. for the ' , caters will be introduced"which wt Stu
lure tbe prosperity of the place. , The hard pores thro".
out theconutry will he nn advantage to the
AS it compels, people to zero' t to agriculture fur a 41‘..
- Lugo-number', of people are purelmolog. and people
whodeeire the bent location should visit the place atone°.
balul la also for sale. -
T n„... •Land can he bought with or without Has
her. e - prober M. Dia rket valuation. -
The Title is Jodie plan blo. Warrantee deed* even,
clear ot all hicumbratieo, when-the money Is paid. -
/I'LledltiCentirenlonces at hand:
Letters promptly answered, and rcyorta at poke Rob.
Innen and Wm.. Parry rent,. together with tipi l ltinciand
Route to the clo ck Lare Walnut ',tort wharf. Phila
delphia. t at On A. N.. and 4P. • (unless, there
should be a eh/Inge of hour.) for -Vineland. on the Glass
born' and Milleftle Railroad. When you leave the tare
at Vineland Station, Inn opened.'inoulre for
- • ' •CDA9 , g , LANDIS. Postmarter. -
_ Pounder of theColouy,
P. U., tottotherbuid County.N. J.
P. S:—There la a change itartat Glassboro' Mae
helium:a sharpers on the Ca rs from New York aid phil.
*dolphin to Vineland, inquiring your Waite's, destine.
don. RC: „
January INSILL-tall •
• ABEL TURRELL. • -
Tymi Irns sale Bellingham's' Stimulating Unguent. for
JUthe Whiskers and that Wag ont a thick'
*et of Whlskark nett Moustache, in from el: to eight
meets: Baker's Compotnad,t sate enrn for Dysentery. • 7 '
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