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P HOOFLAND S
1 4 ,1tta l
I C ED /C4
d tfa Paw* sp,lxava acquired their Enna poriderity
ads eidanti pars of trial. Unbnandol sathdatiou
nadesed 4T Mesa la all caeca
WILL PogITMCGT crez
aver Sonotask Dropcpolo. Joundloe..2forroo• Us.
balky. Inwood. a the sam a ra,
and &eon oridor from a dimorJerod liver, or wedre' .
Dia of the Staniaeb and Digestive Oigusay,
MUM rnu, VMS MU, AU MU AU AUL
bee !sr Almanac tor prooL Plum, 75 cents per IkAtlik
Ilooffand's Balsainie Cordial.
MILL . 11.06t21,11T cras .
Coasts, Colds, ett acaruneu. trenchitte, Infteesse,
creep, Paeumosia, ineijgeit Ceutineeptiek
irad but peribireed the most aeteuishing eerie OTIS' koora
AistolaFthaspunUal It ti unevalltd.
• per bottle.
. NOOFLAND'S GERMAN PILL,
Illhap well booms thincighont Europe and. America, seeds
so comniendatlon kn. They ate purely argrtalde, an
prepared iltb mat exactness, and aro eagaraiated. :go
better cathartic Pill an be hand. Pawl, cte.i , er los,
There tnedielnee ore prepared by Dr. C. M. JAcEsax
Co., Philadelphia Pa., end St. tool', flo., and are !add by
diacgiste and dealer!' In toodiciata eterrahera - The sir
Secure of C. 11,Jactsui will be on the °nibble of cab
bottle.ne box,. -
In our “Xreryleadyer Airtaturc," ptildhohed annually, you
lelU And instintony and commendatory not keg from all
Tarts of'tba country, Mato /Usual:ma are Oren ana,y bJ
all oar agent&
TSE CILREIRATED ROLLAND DEXEDT FOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND,
FEVER AND ACUE,
Lai gas varkasa &Irak/Dui ecataequent upon a disordorod
STOMACH OR LITER,
Beth as Indigestion, Acidity of We Stomach„Zolicky Palm,
Heartburn,- Leas of Appetite, Despondency, Costirstwee,
Blind and Bleeding Biles In all Berme& Itbeanintic, and
Neuralgic Affections, it has in maximumo inctarrea premed
IdAly beneficial; and in'uthere effected a decided care.
This is • purely vegetable compound, prepared on strictly
edeotifie principlea, after the manner of the celebrated
Gotland Protector, Ikerhavic Its reputation at loam pm
dewed Its latroductionlere, the demand econmeneing with
those ci the fatherland 'scattered over the face of this,
"mighty country, many-of whom brOught with them cud'
Waded down the tradition of lia Tales. It is now eirevid
le the Amerioar Tublie, knowing Vied its truly wowlerful
wacticiaal virtue's must be acknowledged.
It Is particularly recommended to-three persons whim
canstltutlons maylare been Impaired by the mutlnuoas ore
ef ardent spirits, is other fermi of diMpution. Generally
tintustaneous In effect, It Bads its way directly to the seat
oink. thrilling ant quickening ereey nerve. roUing ruithe
dm: Ong spirit, and, in fact, infusing new health and vigor
In the sythem.
2ioTlCE.—Wbeerer expecte to find Ude a hererage wW
be &appointed: but to the sick, weak and low epintott, it
wilt pnwe a grateful aromatic cordial, rammed of singular
The la highly concentrated Ikettiate's
Sitters la eat up la ball-plat bottles only. and nulled at
OADou►tpmbottle,ar 1z bottles ts , Fret Lotus& The
gnat demand Sr this truly Celebrated 31Mb-tuella& induced
=ration; which the public should guard sodnet
Air Beware of Impositton. Bee that 01pr.zuksaii bou the
label of orrery bottle you buy.
Sal by protests comrally. It c a n •ba isnwaited
by litproas to moat pouts.
60LE P3tOPUIETOII3. •
BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. & CO.
lhamacentists and Ctemists
4 CURE .e
. 4 7 CURE r‘ i .
. 11 aartra . RESTIZISF ED "
,c)pR. MOLT T' S
An aperient arS'otemachic prepared= of
/803 milled of Oxygen and Carbon by ccm•
Ibusuon in Hydrogen, of high medical author.
ity and extraordinary efficacy in each of the.
CATION, DYSPEPSIA. DIATOMPA - CMISTP
• PATION. SCROFttI,A. SALT RHEUM 8C133V/,
JAIINDICE. LIVER COXPLAINIII WEEMS&
IMIEK:4I=BCCIRLSI - CONSEVENCES, INTER.
=rasa runs. =ULM- CNN=
- ErADACECES. FEMALE 'WEAKNESS, EIS
XENSTRIIATION. WHITES, CHLGEOKEIA
maws ca 'rl FACE, ROUGHNESS OF
THE MIN, etc..
ThB 11103 being abloy bed by the blood, and
thus eirctditing through the whole system, no
part_ of the body can =ape their truly wonder.
The merits:toe of thousands daily proves that
no propocincin of Iron can for a moment be
compared withit of the blook.d•-
, presidia of vital energy, pale and otheresisi
sickly complexions indicate its necessity in il
ium every conceivable .case. In all tars of
female debility (fluor slion,"ch/arosis. etc.), its
*theta WV delighttlly rquovating. Ito remedy
bee aver been - Tamura, in the whole 'history
of medicine. 'which exerts such prompt, happy,
, and full 7 restoradve effects. Good appetite,.
plate digestion, rapist acquisition of strength,
with an unusual dispoition far active; and
cheerful exercise, immediately follow itstoe.
Its a-grand stomachic end general tectoritive
.it has no superior and no substitste. I. •
Pia up in nest fat rata boxes andante;
DO pitta, Wee 00 Cents per bait Antes,
Re 50; one Doan hues. 4. 00, Per sae tor
neertlete generally. ' Will• be ant tree 10
any address on receipt of the pace. an too
tees, orders, etc, ahead be aildrawd
R. B. tOCICE ik COi,
339 esespwar. R r.
R. The above li a tkolenile
. - The preprietbrs and - manufretarers of HOS;
TETTEIII3 CELEBRATED STGHACII 114 T,
'TEllki Cis appeal with perfect confidenW-to -
' physicians and Citizens generally of the United
States, because the article has attained a repu
tation heretofore unknown.' A few ficts upon
this' pciint will speak more than
Volumes of bare assertion or blazoningpuffery.
The e ousureption of Hostetter's Stomach Bit
' tees for the last year amounted to over i half- •
=Mien bottles, and from, its manifest steady
increase in times past, it is etident that during .
thji Coining year the consurefdlon will reach
near one million bottles. • This immense mune:nut
-could never have been' sold but for the rare
medicinal properties contained in theprepara- '
lion, End the sanction of the moat prominent
physicians in these sections of the country'
where the article Ii best known, who not only •
recommend the' Bitters to -their patients,' but .
are ready at all times to give testimonials to its
efficacy in all cases of 'stomachic derangements
and this diseases resulting therefrom.• •
*This is not a temporary popularity, obtained
• by extra efforts in the way of trum- -,-
. peting i the qualities of tbepitters, but a solid
estimation of an invalnable 'medicine, which is
destined to be as enduring . as thus itself.
• Hostetter's. Stomach Bitters hare proved
a Godsend to regions where fiver and ague
and various other bilious oomPlainti have
counted their .victims by hundreds. To -be
able "t, state confidently that the “Bitters"
arc a certain cure for the . Distiepsia and like
diseases, is to the proprietors a source of un
pleasure: It removes 'ill morbid matter
from 'the 'stomach, purifies- the' blood, and
imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system,
giving it that tone sind enemy indispensable
for the restoration of health. It operates upon
the stdmach, liver, and other, digestive organs,,
mildli but powerfully, and soon restores therm
aacondition essential to the healthy diScharge
of -the! functions of nature. , :
Elderly'persone may use the Bitters daily as
per directions on the bottle, and they / Will find
in it a stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfort
declining years, as it is pleasauCtothe palate,
Invigorating to the bowels, excellent as a tonic,
and rejuvenating generally. W, have the evi
dence' of thousands of aged men and women
Who have experienced the benefit- ef.using this
preparation while sufferingDrom stomach de
range nentsend general debility; acting under
the ac.vice of physicithey-have abandoned:
'all 'deleterious drugs ,and fairly tested. the
- recrite of this article. A -few words to the
gentler serf There are certain periods when
their cares are so harassing that manyof them
sink under the trial. The relation of mother,
and child is so absorbingly tender,, that the'
mother, especialltie she be young, is apt GI
forgeher own health ' In her extreme anxiety' .
for 11 infant. Should the period of maternity
arriv during the summer season, the *ear of
body tind mind is generally aggravated. Hen,
_ then, is a necessity for a stimulant to recupe.
• rate tme energies bf the system, and enable the
inotho to hear up under her exhausting trials
and ;responsibilities. Nursing mothers-gene
rally prefer the titters to all other invigora- _.
tore that -receive: the endorsement of physi
cians, bees:use it is agreetible to the taste as
Well as certain to give a permanent increase
of bodily strength. i , '
All' those persons, to whom*. hasp garden- ,
laxly ;referred above, to wit: Sufferers from
. fever land ague, caused by malaria, diarrhoea;
dysentery, indigestion, loss of appetite, and -
air diseases cir derangements of the stomach,
superannuated invalids, persons of 'sedentary -
Occupation, and nursing mothers, will consult
theirl ovin. physical welfare by giving to Hos
tetter's Celebrated - Stomach Bitters a trial.
CATITION.—We caution the public against
using any of the many imitations or counter
feits,' but .ask for Jlosrxriesea CILEDIVA - TED
STOMACH Brrrzas, and see that each bottle has
the words "Dr. J.. Hastetter's Stomach-Bitters"
blown on the side of. the bottle, and stamped -
on the metallic cap covering the , pork, and
observethat our autograph signature is en the
label} . -•-•‘-
, Prepared and sold by-HOS.reer•r.bli A
H, Pistaburgb. Pi, Land sold by all'
druggists, grocers, and dealers generally -
thronghnut the United States, SouthArne
rim'and Garment. ' i'
W - e Balsam of Wild Cherry.
'Flitter'sßah:tam of Wild Cherry.
Coughs, Colds, Coughs,'
Coughs, Cola Coughs, '
Minna, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Bronchitis,
Asthma, Bronchitis, lionscness, Bronchia
.Whooping Cough, Croup,
F. Whooping Cough, Croup,
Consumption, Consumptian, Consumption;
rr Consumption, Cosumption,
and la l ( Fatale'', find aft strazns , antidote, a
reads , relief,• and a sun and speedy cure, in that
grsafsnuf unirersagy apposed mud.%
Wistar's Balsam of Wilsi Cherry.
istar's Balsam of Wild Cherry,
. a ' The Be,. Jacob Ilechl:er,
w bins mud sessli remeitei ems, Os Geresas pm*.
Wien OW, foramiratike dforlewisir . .mmementfor
as issa* alw ittligiad- • '
Elimoirra, PA, Feb. 16,1659..
Mason. 8. W.TowLi kCo; Baran, Inas Bin:
Having nalirad in.ray family. important benefits ft=
the use of your valuable preparation, WEIMAR'S HAI,
=WILD Maas, it affords me pleasure .ts
nd it to the public. Some eight years age one
of my daughters lensed to beJo a decline, and linle
hope - of her recarmy, were tursetained ! I Men pro:
en+ a bottle of your excellent Balsam, and before she
bad i taken the whole of Me connote of the bottle tbere
wax a gait impeoismsot in her health. Than, in my
ndividual ease,. Ends fro:tient use of your valizable
medicine, and hint 'him been benefited by it.:
naiad, renewer, eon* the 'panic agsious isaissitis4 it►
.74 nun v a rya mini entwine Wister's Inds= 41
Clary Oast thresgasst tits anatrey.
JACOB - = wet
7 -frvii bis. Nosscizsr. NOITON, V es,
..Etiaim . r Ope, Zama&
itIcHNOND,Vi-, Feb.ll3, IM I.
!gam S. W. Fowls & Co., Dostoo„,—.Gehttomea
I with plass:re testify to the gnat mutt of yottrAn.
etbkibbs tang otsilitino, Di. Winn.% BALISAIII or
Wtbz, Cirsiti; which is likewise highly valued by
many of our sussansl dtlaeiy who bars tasted its
TYluss by • •
I first made It's Of this Balsas se= threOyeass daea
fir a Violeta and distriming emit which baffled do
el ill of phyoicisna, und o to my joy, wed: each
gratifying relief 'as to indite* me to persevere in its use.
I ilways keep . It by MO, and into dad ft to be unfail
ing in its offeeta. ' Ito median s that I have over used
has gives soak goody Yea. TOM tmlj, * .
Prom I. Isth, Env
hasittat grata Jihrris dual, 'Rank, awl mho i. mg
Mora at avid Mama Mmayivat Ma Jeraty.
- litmsnrrowa, N. J.;..lan. 4,1860
Mum 8. W. frown e & Co,— Dear Bin: Raving
and Dr. Wtn?*Va BALMICOP WELD Camp' far
1 1 ftalls Pan, and s barMg realized lie bansticial
in my family, it me peat
. pieseare is
meommeeding ft to Ova
,ponlie se a *cable marmeh is
cum of mat iMis, aids, owls, la, mid a nonalt
widen I consider to Mantiraly horsocanti, and may in
taitik with prima aatety,by Rin mod delicate in Malt h.
• _ TottlaTtiljrcOClEUily. i '.. .
• p- Biire're of sli and reordaar couldetfeitsl
Them!, Se** Pure, and Neficiant Bab= has
the"; name of "L BUTTS," written with a pen.
I the printed *mime of the proprietiii, "S. W.
F *LE •CU.," an the outer wrapper...
inie safer via ay &seam if Bs Tbirt,
Lamp, or Cif ass Oasis Ski ierief bi wing
INTistlieS 33oloirti of Wild Cherry,
iitaios 'lshii= of Wild Cherry;
.1 ;= . raireszti aiT -
'' S. W.! FOWLE & C9 l .
18 TREMONT STRUT, BOSTON.
Avoids, Zkeders,:arrlfe4ams is awl
and, ah islik• Oita' 1 &aka
1i3r7 0 : : o.le by , gbeiTurrell andlicad, Watroas & Fog
ter, :Mantel:me : Woodrad, Dime& ; Amos Nichols
"Brooklyn : liVtihniy• &" harfeid ; Weed .t Ward
Greg: ad head; J. Olsagtead,Dandad: Orifiln, Great
I Be. . • - Juty •
Kinds at NackinerMor blsmatti.
PIiEVES. DkIIILITATkiI. •
IT Is eineepounitoet entirely from Ca In e, end
hosteensto otobenhodlles, imendard Uteri... too.*
I . l l, 4=d o =t)Eg word attdarj a
ieiamenJed. - fla
It bai 'curet
oh* tuukheekno au bores
The done mist bit adapted
Writhed taking It and no
wt eaW en the Upside
Let do annum of your
was eel* LWEIi,
Wrlll eon Liver cum-
widen tbs Wt two tests
ot relief. ail the smareotut
to the tompotsatoot of the
ed to each quietuses sa to
udgment guide Joe le lie
plaints, Dillon Ate
Chronic Mare a. •
le, Cholera, CholeT•
wear atee Online.
neci(neds ins teattry.) in
Vero or three Tea.
a at eemmancemeet et
• EsMmer Com
• Costiveness, Choi
may be useleue.'
ry Family, Medi- pi
twenty Mtn ince, i f
apoonfala are talc.
• A at Whelan' at are
• fa In Mar. • - a
Mix WATER WITII
• THE TNVIDORATOR„ - AND .bWA.I4.4)W
Pries One Dollar perjlottle. •••
. • FAMILY •
_ COMPOUNDED Flitth
' Pure Vegetable Eitriete. and put up in
(ALMS CASES; Air Tight, and will keep .
In *sly alienate.
LIM Family C.
tle bet anits Cathartic
74:1 in his practice more
e bat ased be i ge 1 ;111 1
all enema la regard to their
than whhia Merman a/L
. . tto PreDINSOO wall know.
•• ° n ab 4 4 S i r V b . t gt ' Li a a Cj 'e t :
beam onor:on l did from a
labia Ewanq which act
rumen r e cant and are
ft where a Cathartic le
• ran iemen* of - the
Oen,. Patna In the
tonlvenea., pal n
he whole bony
, beneath', It . antlacted ,
nor, Low of hispeo
elation of Cold crier
mem, Headache; or
• .11 In dam on starry
Venders or Adult.,
ruelitier oftbe Blood
, nett is heir. too noteron
h sett Doa
/AWE T 1
Th. Liver 'teetotal
thartle PI Us are rate
end Chelanb by the Trade
T. W. ikA
glirleg their 10.a:thaw?
• 'Marne tamper
which the proprietor Ito
.3 that twenty 'Leant
and . from than via
.3 and the atttsiketkat which
les mahout:plum' pustoplaes
Mthat diterest Catlitudatad
' - THAPTIC Pltl. is
'this well established that.
Qvariety of the purest Tege.
alike on. 'ter, part of tar
iggoad and mate In all ens.
needed. sorb as De.
Dark sad Loans,
and liforeoesa over
lkom , sudden wild. halea
end Ina bog mine of Ea-
Mr ' II Creeping Sen.
weight to the head,
4 Dieraseo, Worms hi
.„„ and many dileserwin which
to manure in this advertise
• nr.r. . DIMPIC., • •
rater and Family Ca.
-. by Druggists generally, LA
In ail the Largo wurna.t
NIFORD, M. D.,
:xsautacturor and Priatne.
ayi New So ma.
MORE NEW ARRANGE IENIS
• AT TH E - •
FOOT OF MAIN STREET.
rim-1k extensive Furniture Establishatent of
BMITH BROTHERS having been refitted and
greatly' improved, the proprietois respectfully
announce to the citizens of vsfontrose and vichm
ity that they are constantty'making and keep on.
hand tle LARGEST and BEST assortment of .
FURNITU it y
i To be tumid iothe Catintry:
We give - the folloiVing list of some of the ar'
tieles which we; will sell at greatly - reduced
prices, for CASH Or RBADY:PAY - :
Bureaus, Walnut or Mahogany, with glass.
from $l6 to $35.
Buraus. with marble or breratelletops, from
818 to e 34. 'And a large assortment, from $B,
'sll3, LI, 14, to 818, - •
• Wash -S tands, Card Stands,Corner and Square'
Stands, of all varieties and prices, (melt, cents
to ton dollars.
Desks, Divans .Towel Racks, Footstools;Otto.
Centre, Card, Pier, Toilet, Dining, Kitchen,
and Erterision Tables-
Chaiis—Cane and Wood. Seas; Rockers=
Cane,. Flag, and Word Seats, of every variety
Sofas, tete a tetea furnished -at short notic
'New York prices.
N. 8.. Ready made coffins on hand or Car
aished at short notice.—Hearses always in
earliness when desired. •
We. eviploy, none but CanEfiti; and Eitt•
,INCED Wombats. We intend to do out Wont
WELL, and sell it as Low as it can be`
W. W. SMCIFIIF,
( - E. It. Sill TIE.
ttnarpse. Jan. 1801. 1840.—tf.
At Montrose, Penn.
WM. -IL FLATCri, Tropr ',etc r.
ti I S new and commodious Hotel situated
1 on Public Avenue, near the Court Hous4,and
nearly in the centre of the business portion of
Montrose, is now fyily completed and furnished,
and was opened on Monday. the 27th day - Of
.1858, .for the accommodation- of
the public and travelers. The ; roprietor feels
confident that he is nqvi prepared to entertain
guests in a mfinner that _cannot fail to give
' The Hotel and Furniture are new, and no,ex
prelim has been spared to render it equal, if not
superior to any similar establishment in this part
of the 'State. It is . well well supplied with all the
recent improvement s and comforts; and obliging
waiters will always be isadyto.respotul to the.
call of customers. •
The Stables connected with this • House are
New. and Convenient.
The P_roprietor respectfully solicits the patron.:
age of his old friends, and the public generally,
WM. K. HATCH.
O 4 GOODS
0 - •
L)TARDING t -,CQ'.B;
NICITOLS ON DEPOT.
0 . A
We are determined not to be opt-done
in the way of •
ALI KELIDS " PRODUCE Takell Rain chance for
dr o 'O o c ° 3:0 D •
L: BA nuJa ac. CO
COXPORRD EXTRACT - OF ROCK ROSA
the ,Rentedy,:lor lodlgeation, Minoan and
fierofikais Complaints, tied all diaeatee of the Sideld, for
sale it tabolmale and Wall, by ABEL TORRELL.
riaptabtae, candle', Lump oil, fr,e.
Vat - • Tarra's
p . > %Mt s . fir r tEcrattne. attest
•- - --ercos -
gar TOP., BEST IN MARKET, AE I
At 65 .Cents pe4
Aleo Pluming timid. and Caropnene ..13pirlui Turpentine,
netantlyfur hand, at tartest ket _
.10nteor,e, Feb. 19. . &SZl,Ttfy,,uxia.
ft -r e . w' i ://, , Wil i
COMMERCIAL 1. ,OLLEGE. .
1...t0 over UteSuNctoazuwvatily _Bank.
BINGHANITON .N. Y.
• . FACULTY:
D. W. LOWELL, Principal, ,I , Profeesor of the
`Science of Acc o unts,
Authofof Lowell's Treaties; Upon Book-Keep.
lug, Diagrams illustrating• the same.
lons Rasxis, Commercial Acoantant,Profeer
of Book Keeping and Practical Mathematics;
J. J. Cowls, Assistant Proi:ssor in the Book
Keeping Department.. . . ..
A.3.lVaasEn. Professor, of Practical and Or.
nonmetal Penmanship. Commercial ,Caicula
lions and Correspondence.
Ron :Daniel.B. Dick iraon; Lc' , l
• cial taw and Political: Eco l
Hon. Ranson; Bateau, Lect
Promissory Notes 'and Bill of Exchange. •
Rev. Dr: E. Andrews, Lectur r on Commercial
Ethics, - ' -
EXAMINING t 111'MM:
floe. Sherman D: Phelps, VV, R. Osborn, Esq.
Tracy R. Morgan, Esq. , - .
The object bf this College ikto afford to all
an opportunity of obtaining a ttiorungh Busidess
• Bookr -- -^fully arrani
The Books and FOrms ate Caret _ ly,a ,caged
by practical accountants expressly for this n
Stitution and embrace all the recent improve
- The.courae of Instni — Ctio comprises every`
department of business. The learner will be
thoroughly taught the 'scien4e and .practice.nf
Double Entry Bookatepinglax applied ..to the
following kind's of business, *ix: General bier
chindising, Manufacturing, tanking, Commis
sion, Steamboaling, Railroading, Forwarding
Freighting,foreign Shipping, &c.
- . TOUNO
Can qiialify themselves in a chart Imo, at this Instil
tima,to till important and locrativq - situations. Maple
references can be given where graduates of 1500-are now
tilling desirable situations with salaries trom $5OO to $lOOO
Per The an Proprietors are in possessini l i of teitimonialefrom
come of the first Commercial Houses in the State, to whom
they have furnished book-keepers,' shcrwing their entire
satisfactron and confidence in the arlity of the graduates
of this Institution. •
PENMANSIIII" • •• -
In all its branches, taught by the most skillful and their'
ough masters of the art. _No'Collehe in the. country Anc
joys a higher reputation in this' department. Ladies' Dee
partment entirely separate Item that of thegentletnen:
Students ca n enter College at anytime. Ao vacations,
Time to complete the.course, fro 8 to.)0 weeks. Stu
dents pasiiing the requisite, eta ination are presented
with the most elaborate and tie nt engraved • Difiloma
issued by any Commercial or t. sleet tub:Mutton in the
Union. Assistance rendered to, qudnates procuring
'• or terms of tuition, price of board, testimonials of
g duatei; filling positions,&c, addreas the proprietors for
ci. Wars containing full particuipb:
LOWELL it, WARNER,
PropiletortißinghaMfon ComMercial College, -
cm: 8, '6o.—y , • Binghamton, N. Y. '
DAILY MAIL ROUTE BETWEEN
MONTROSE & FRIENDSVILE.
GOACIIES carrying malls and passengers between
VI-Montrose and Friendiville, )4r, ilneave Searle's Hotel,
in Montrose, daily, at 7 o'clock, a. In. and leave Friends,
vine at 3 o'clock, p. m. •
rfriinrses and carriages can be procured at the Livery
Stable.of the subscriber is Montrose. on reascinable tenns.
Montr!se, Aug. 16, 180). tt J. 11. 0011 Its-
,1 NEW AItItANGESIETS IN TAU
ERICK. BLOC - X.
. r Mi p t i t e dgr b s 3, ig: , 3 ,, etiniz l i s t . s i k s c ii n nw tu p e re ßo a o r Ts to ilagnerlK
who rimy desire with a good a etruth4l Portrait. • .
Akin: well posted in the production of the various - kinds
sePictrires of the day, I flatter m„ self that my work isnot
'facetted by any In this section'ofthe country,
Among the various kinds taken at my Rooms arc the
if ELAINOTYP-E 29EILLOGRAPY
Locket Pictures down to the Smallest s iz e d miniature
Ring. Transferred Ambrotypes4the finest thing out, far
sanding bv,Pdst -to any part of tile World withqut extra
postage. • My Picturesare hold.ligorous, and expressive
—not those fsint, :lifeless shadtpws often sold about the
country: Pictures taken In all kinds of weather, equally
well. except thale•tif young children. No picture need be
taken unless perffet satisfactionds given.
• In dressing fora. picture, avoid light colon,—such as
blue, purple, scarlet, pink. etc. 'Most others lake well; as
green, ilack, red, snutr, brown, Orange, yellow, etc..
Ems' Remember-that the placeto get your .`picture" is
n the Brick Block, over Read, Watrona,t, Foster's store.
Nov. . .11,11.0.1 .11.6/1 OA •
MIL ose, Pa., o 2f,th. l ull..
ROVER &' BAKER
,FOR FAMILY ,AND MAI4UFACTURING USE,
495 Broadway,) New-York.
Agencies in all the principal cities and
• The Grover (i.• Baker! S. M. Co. beg to
call the attention of the public to their recently tatrodn;
NOISELESS FAMILY, AND MANUFA CTURING
ti p i a ENO -11114C/31111/211 6 1
• MAKING THE 8111TITLEI Oft LOek..,,z•STITCH.
These machines combine all latest useful improve;
meats in sewing machinernandlaretighly recommended
for theit I
Simplicity of Constrnetfon ;:
Noiselesiness ii Rapidity; , •
• Ease of Blanaoment; I • •
Capacity tor F ill kinds ofsvoliti
And Beauty and Regali ty of Stitch. •
Various styles of these machines adapted to the house
or workshop will be found at th differentagencies of the
company throughout the UoitedtEitates. Their new -•
SHUTTLE MACHINE FON. TAILORS' USE,
The lateattrltimph of the sewinginMehine art-•-nolseleas,
rapid, and easily operated—will commend itself to those
who use inch machines for mannfacturtng clothing.
- ! MI 47-
Grover - - Baker ,IBite
•GROVEI& BAKER STITCH;
These jostly•celebiated mar bbnes, adapted to all the
wants of the household and manufactory, continue to
• maintain the pre-eminence arbleh the almost universal
verdict of the publichas 'welted them. The well-known
StRENGTII, - ELASTICITY, & DURABILITY,
of the Grover & Baker- Stitch will alwayelesure these
machines the preference for bun ily use, for the manufac
ture of curb goodi as are intended for wear—for use and
not for slicks. . ' •
pirWherever the (Doverlinker Stitchlinchines
have exhibited and fairly -judged In. competition with
the leading Selene Mathiner ID the market.; including
the Wheeler, & Wilsoh, they have lurlirbiblY borne 'off
the drat premium.. .
Ttlis assertion Is eonfirtaed by Ittie rico:talon of thi
mittees of the State 'Mrs of
metal, held. vhleli swerded.t a t !lest pre 1w to the
&arta Baker Maid= over others tsetuipcliticit,
S: • . .
rer on Contracts
l'otons in the-VAdect Slates
TUE romownro zazosszussms %or \
WILL , CONVINCE. ALL WHO HOTTER, IPROH
SIEEDY AND SURE CURE
IS - WITHIN THEIR REACH:
As these testintonials were Unsolicited ty•gr.
• . Spalding, they afford unquestionable -
_ proof of the efficacy of tha truly
_ scientific 'discovery. •
- . NAsoxiuss, Coin", Feb.s, • it
I have tried Your Cephalic PM., and /fee Man so tee!?
that I want you to amid me $2 worth mole.
Part of theme &rotor the neighbors, to whom I gave 4 few.
out ofthe Ant box I got from you. .
Kaid the Pills by MAD, and °bilge
Your ob't amyl. s•
7 ESS. KENNEDY. I"
Ilayerfori, Pa., Feb. 6
U. C. Spalding.
I wish you to send me one more box of your Cepiliale
Pills ; /have modeld A gnat deal qt bansit(from them.
•Yours, respect/S.ll .
- _. , Spruce Creek, Pnatingdon co., Pa., Jan. 18. i
Yon lOU ialuise tend me two *met or your Pini. Bea
Mem Imaledlatel.T. • •- —.
nermesenmy yonre, ..
JNO. B. SIMONS. ,-
ta ;—Jisare med ono to ' pour Pills, and And an*
exesia. , i!
- Belle Vernon, Ohio, Jai. MS.
Itenrje. Spalding, Ban.
Please find enclosed twenty-ilre cents,. for which send
me another box of your Cephillt Pills. They are truly
• the best pillsllbare s ereutried, -
Direct A..frt.ol7Eß, Z. M. -
Balls Vernon, Wyandot county, Ohio.
Beverly, Ma u.;Dee. 9
H. C. Spalding:Eaq. . .
I wish for scomeeircubui or large show bills, to bring
your Pills more particularly before my custcimers. Uyou
have anything of the kind, please send them to me. , -
One of my customers. who Is subject to a severe sick
headache, (usually lartlpg two d4s), was cured V an of
talakin an how by wowenfla which I sent her. • '
. • • Itesilectfully yours,
W. B. wruasJ
- Regnoldsbarg, Franklin a
• No. 48. Cedar street, N. Y.
Inclosed Ind twenty-ti re cents, (415,) flab
box of " cephalic pills.' •, Direct to Rer.
Reynoldsburg, Franklin county, Ohio.
roar Pills work tits a charm--cart Head
riot long since I sent to yon for a boi CI
foram mare of the Nervous- Headache and :(
and received the same, and (heir had so
vas induced to send for more.
'lewd stud by return mail. .Direct to
. . A. H. WHEEL •
, . • Trial
FromAt Examiner; Norfol
Cephalic Pia:accomplish the object for veld
made, viz.: care of headache In all its forms
• , • From the Examinee, Horror
They have been tested iti-more thaw ath
with entireanccess. •
Fiona W Democrat, St. Clad ,
If you tire, or have been troubled _with
send fora box of cephalic-01i; ab that, y
them to case of an attack. -
- From th.eAdvertiser. Provid
The Cephalic Pills are said to be a remar
remedy ter the headache. and one of the
that very frequent complaint ,which has e
From the Western. R. R. Gozett
We heartily indorse Mr. Spalding, and
From,tlie Valley Star. liana
We aman i ta that perPon a suffering with
who try them, will stick to them.
Prom Finder., New 0
Try-them! you that are afflicted. and w '
your testimony can be added to the al
list that has received benefits that nci oth •
From from the Si. Lovii DemOl
The immenae demaa!ifor the article "(ce
rapidly increaaing. "- • -
From the . Gazette, Da
Mr. Spalding would not connect
tide he did not know to poseess rf
From the Advertigir, Pi
The testimony In their favor's
From the° Doily NT:,
Cephalic PAH' are taking the pia.
tile use of these Pine the periodic att eke of ..Vervotir
or Sick Headache may beprevented; an if taken at the
commencement of an attack. immediate lief from paiii
and sicknese will be obtained. . •
They seldom fail in removing the lf a and.Hicsiodu
to which temples are so subject.
Theyact gentivripon the bowels,—removing tbetirentst.
For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females. and all
persons of sedentary habits. they are vales Stem &laxative,
improving thcappetife. %lug toneand vigor to the diges
tive organs, and restoring the, natural, elasticity, and .
strength of the whole evetem.
. • •
The CEPHALIC. PILLS are.the result Cif long investi
gation and carefully condurted experiments, havinOeen
In use many years, doting which time they have prevented
and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering from
Headache, whether originating in the nervous system
froma deranged state of the stomach. •
They are entirely iegetable in their composition, and
aymbe taken at alltimes with perfect safety. without mak
ing anyehange of diet. widths absence rimy dimmed&
taste minders - II easy to administer them to children. j •
Beware of Counterfeits:- •
The genuine have live signatures of Henry°C. Spalding
oneach box. • •
Sold by Druggists and other Dealers to Medicines.
4 box will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt of the
• Nbill.Cgs ati 4:14,z444e..
All orders should be addreSsed to
'MENINX C. spAzougo,„
cosl2 iticia 48 Ceder Street,' New York.
Elir'e single battier SPALDLNIGI'S PREPARED GLUE
will tau ten time* its coat annualls..al
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
1 0k,• 4Z 1-' UK!
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
SAYE THE PIECES !•
"A &mat in Wks Sass Nuirs."_apl
As accidents Will happen , even in.well reguited lami
il es. it Is -very desirable to have some cheap aid conven.
lent way for repairing Thrill tare, toys, crockery,
sPALiiI.vG•3 PREPARED GLUE i • - •
meets all inch emergencies, and no heniehold can *afford
to be without it._ It Is always ready, and lsp to the Stick
ing point.' ,
r wpm IX EtER r ROUSE".
N. B.—A Brush accompani - eaeh Bottle. Price 95
cents. Address, HENR.. . SPA LLZYG. ;.
' No. 48,'Cedar Street, New-York.
• . - -
CA MrON, ' '• . • ' J
As certain 'unprincipled persons Are sttampting to paid
MT on the opsaspectir- nubile. Imitatirmint my Prepared
.. we nnonspecting nubile. inn.— ....r my A , ~_
flue. I would caution all persons to examine befonnpur
chasing, and see Malibu full name,
' • I.
rff-Si'ALDIATif PREPARED airiz-azi
I. on „the outside wrapper : all others are swindling 'coun
terfeits. • ..
ABEL •TURBELL: •
TS now prepared . toenre every.ease of 8C1R6P7.74.!.. in
Country, and he has it Remedy for nearly every i 1
to • which Dealt is heir. Call at the
GREAT IREDICINE EMPORIUM .
of ABEL TURRELL, sad be istrailed or the benefits dis
pensed. . • • . . • Montrosejely 17,1861.
KM U. 0f.410‘.11 AkNIPA . .'
A . splendid assortment ittstrettedive. Chimniesothades
tn. burners. wicks, etc.. at . . Terrell 's.
131CII ' AND PRODUCTIVE- - NAM( LANDS4OD
JAI SALB;lnerity-tod miles South
,of Philadelphia, in
Abe Garden:Bmm of the But. Beek climate and location
for nisrketa thn Union. . .
(Bee adrertleement of irloalanip
' HEAVY MESS MRS,
,sy due Barrel, by Battiwip•A Alias.
FOR PURIFYING_ THE BLOOD,. .
• . .
isid. lb* the speedy mite suidalned varied:l,oi
' • .
Meeofnla mid Seireffstilows Aiketione, such as
Tneabee, Ulcers, Soiree, Eruptions. Mtn.
. plea. -Pantalets, - •Bletehoss Bolls, Maims,
and all;Skin 'Miscues.
• . : OAKLAND. Ind., ith June, '
J. C. AYER , k Co. Grata: I feel It my ditty to Imo
• knowledge what . your Sarsaparilla has done the ine.•
.Having inherited a Scrofblous infection, I have suffered .
from it In various ways for yeirs. Sometimes it burst
net In Ulcers on my bands and arms; sometimes it
turned inward and distressed me at the stomach. Two •
years ago ft broke out os my heed and covered my scalp
and eke with ace sore, which was painful and lWhsome
beyond desetiptke. I tried Many Medicines and severs'
pity:debuts, but without much relief freer any thing. In
ftet,llolsorder grew worse. At length I wim rejoiced
to mann tbe Gospel Messenger• that you had prepared •
in alterative (Sarsaparilla); for. J knew from your repu
tation that any thing you made sliest be good. sent to
Cincinnati and got It, and need it tilt It cured me. Ltook
it, as you advise. In. email doses of a teaspoonful over a
- Spaeth, and used aimed three bottles. New and healthy
situ soofi.begen to farm under the scab. which 'after a
addle MI off. My skin la now clear, and I know by my
tbelings that the disease Ugone from my system. You
'esn well believe that I feel *hat I am saying when I tell
you; that hold you to be one of the apostles of the aga„
and remain ever gmtellilly, Yours,
• • • ALFRED IL TALLEY.
St. Anihorayrs-Ffre; Rose or 'Erysipelas,
Teller and Salt Rheum, Scald Read, Mug.. .
worm. Soya Eyes, Dropsy,
Dr. Robert R. Preble spites flow - Salem, If. Y., 12111.
Sept., IRS, that he has cured an inveterate ease of
'Dropsy. which threatened to 'terminate fatallt, by, the
yesserrriog' use of our Sarsaparilla.and also a danger—
ous attaekof Maßgnauf Ergsfpe/rti by large doses atilt:
same; says he cures the common Eruption/ by it con:
Mandy. . •. • • , •
Bronehoeele, Goitre, or'Swelled Meek.
Zebulon Sloan •of, - Prospect-, Texas, writes!: w Three
bottles of your Sarsaparilla cured Inc from a Goitre—a
hideous swelling on the neck, which I bad suffered from
over tyro years. . . ' • ,". '
Leneorrliera or Whites. Ovarian - Tanker,
Uterine Ulceration, Female Di
Dr. 3. 11. S. Charming, of New York City, writes.: .1
most cheerfully comply with the rxquest of your agent in
saying I have found 'your Sarsaparilla a most lle nt
tater- alive in the nurderoes compleints for
ploy "web a remedy, but wpm-laity in Female DIW7o
of the Scrofulous ellatheils. I have cured many levet,
erate eased of Lnlcorrhces by it, and some where the -
oomplainkwas caused by ukeratton of the sterna. The
ulceration itself ,was soon eared. Nothing within my
knowledgewash It for these derangments."
Edward S. Marrow, of Newbury, Ala., writes : . A dan
gerous ovarian tumo r on one afire female* in my family,
trilled:. bad *lied all the remedkuwe could employ, has
Vezith been- winpletely cured by', your extract of Sar
in- Oar physician thought nothing but extirpa-.
lion could afford relief, but be advised, the trial of your
Sarsaparilla as the last resort before \ cutting:and It •
proved effectual. Atter taking your remedy eight w alks
ut sympiesi of the disease remains.. \
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease.
NM. ORLEANS, 25th August, .
The. J. C. ATER. : I . oler:fully comply with th
feePlere of your agent, and report to yon some, of the
effects I have realized with your Sarsaparilla. \
'I have Cured with in my practice, most of she eom
.plalnts tbr.whieh it Is recommended; and have found its
,elects truly wonderful In the cure of Venereal and Mee
curial Disease. One of my patients had Syphilitic ulcers
in his throat, which were consuming his palate and the.,
top of his month. Your SusaparUla, atcwllly taken, 1
• cared-him in eve weeks. Another was attacked by Deo.
,ondary symptoms in his nose, and the ulceration had
eaten away a considerable part of It, po that I believe the
disorder would soon reach his brain and kill him. Bet it
yielded to mradministratieu of your Sarsaparilla; the
ulcers healed, and - he iswell again, not of course without
some disfiguration of the face. A woman who had beep
treated for the same disorder by merenry.was suffering
from this poison in her bones. They had become no semi. -
tire to the weather that on a damp .day elle Suffered ex-,
eructating pain in hoe jointa and bones. She, too, was
- cured entirely by your Sarsaparilla in a few weeks. I
know from its' formula, which your agent gave me, that
this Preparation from your laboratory must be a,great
remedy • 'consequently, these truly remarkable results
with it have nut surprised me.
.Fraternally.yours, G.' V. LARIMER, M. Di a
• Itheurnattszn, Gout, Liver Coniplaint.
IttnarmvorsicE, Preston Co., Va., nth July, 1851.
Dit. J. C. AVM. Sir : I have been afflicted with a pain
ful chronic Rheumatism for a - longtime, which baffled the
skill of pliyairians; and stuck to me In spite, of all the
remedies I could find,until I tried your Samna Fine. One
bottle cured me iri two weeks, and restored" my general
health so much that I em far better than before I Was .
snacked. Ithitik it a wonderful medicine. J. FitE.l3l.
Jules Y. Getchell, of St. Louie. Writes : .1 have been
afflicted-for years with an affection of She Liver, which
destroyed my health. I tried every thing, and every thing'
ikiled to relieve me • and I have been a broten-dewn•man
for some-years from no other cause than derangement - of
the Liver.. My beloved pastor, the Rev. Sir. Espy, advised
me to try your Sarsaparilla, becsube he said be knew you, .
and any thing you made was worth trying.' By the bleat-,
ing of God it has cured me, add has so purified ' y blood
as to make a new man,oi me. , l feel young again. - The
but that can be said of you - (atist half good enough." -
iichirrus, Cancer Tinois, Enlargement,
eerat ion, Caries, and. Exfoliation of 'the
Bones. . '
A great variety of rases have been reported to its whcrp
cams of these formidable oomplainte`have resulted from
the use of title 'remedy, but our space here will not ad
mit them. Some of them may be found in our American
Almanac, which the agents -below tumid are pleased, to
famish gratin to all who Call for them. •
Dyspepsii.; Heart *Disease, Fits , Epilepsy,
Manytemarkablieures of these affections have been
made by the-alterative power of tills medicine. It stimu
lates the vital functions into eigomus action, and thus
overcomes disorders which would-be supposed beyond
its reach. Suet, a remedy has long4been rygnireifiry the
neeessities.of the tsmple, and we are confident that this
will dd for them all that medyne can do. • •
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
FOILTHE RAPID CURE OF.
Coughs,. Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness,
Croup, Bronchitis. laic intent Cons amp.
tion, and teethe Relief of Consunip.,
• the Patients, •in advanced -
stagesof the Disease.
This is a remedy so universally known to surpass any
other for the cure of throat and lung complaints, that it
is useless here to publish the evidence of its virtues. Its
unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, and its Leidy
wonderful" cures , of pulmonary disease, hare made it
known throughout the civilized nations of the earth.
Few are the communities, or even families, among them
who have not some personal experience of its effects
some living trophy in their midst of its victory over the
subtle and dangerous disorders - of the throat and lung*.
As altinwow the dreadful fatality of these . ..4l'o*ra, and
as they know, too, the effects of this remedy,We need not
.do more thati to assure them that it has now all the vir
tues that it did hare when making the cures which bare
won so strongly upon the =Waft of mankind.
'eh send rne
In. Filler, at
, Jan; 24!
mt <fat I
• Va. ,
a may have
e, R. I
ery beit fur
are sere that
!. al. '
I.halle 0111) hi
Ith an ar
R. 1 ..
Piyipareil by Dr. Z. C. ATER 6, co., D4as.
For sale hyAbel Turret', Montrose: Church A. Ihitn
DundatT; :Litman S Suwher. Auburn Pcni re, and I y
dealers and drug:date everywhere. oc b y cw
OF .A.ri" , C 111.131333,
. • _
HUMAN MISER Y
Just PuGlielfed tea sealed. Envelop?' ; Price 25 cenla.,
A LECTURE 11Y-DR. CUL_V_ERWELL
op' the cause and cure of , -Npermator
rims. Mental Consumption. and Physics.
Debility; Nervousness, Epilepsy ; . pipoi
ed - Nutrition of the body.; Lassitude ; Weakness of the,
limbs and the back ; Indisposition ; loss of memory ;:
aversion to society ;love of solitude ; timidity ;
trust; dizziness ; headache ; effdet ions of thd eyes ;
plea on the face ; involuntary emissions, and sexual - in-;
caWty ; the consequences of youthful indiscretion, Otc.l
This admirable lecture clearly - proves that the:
above ennunierated. often self-aMicted. evils may be re
moved without medicine and wilhoutsurgical operations'
and should be read by every youth and every man in the.
Sent ander seal, to any address . . Ina plain sealed envel
epe. nn the receipt' of six cents, nr two postage stamps,
by addressing - DR. CHAS. J. C. KLINE. .
ju7} , -'62] 127 Bowery New York, Pont Box. 45510..
• - .. i . .
- • OkD 0/V .
_ • 40,... _ •
mnil3•Delicloas Tonic Stimulant, Especially designed ,
1 for.the use of the MediMil Profession and the Family.;
having stirmeded ' the so palled •`Gins." " Aromatic,";
"Cordial,' " Medicated." ."Schnapps,' etc.,.4s now en
darted by all the prominent physicians, chemists Ind con.,
noisseure, At rw3seessing all Whom INTAINISIC medicinal.
qualities Mole and diuretic) wit (eh belo t , g to an OLD and
PUNE GIN. Put up in quart bottliis and sold by all Drug.:
gisteand Grocers, etc. • ..'IL M. MINI:MENA &0.,,,, • .
(Established in IM..] . Sole' Propriet l_ op .
oc4 yj ' ' No. 19 Broad Street, N. Y,
For sale at Tar/etre Drng Store, Montrose.' , -
TAD AND WOOD NAPTDA .
. 7 ' YtT 1 21 11
Ishii' bat ar.ediebus in Me world for the cure of !I
_,Coughs and Colds, Croup,
Bronchitis Asthma, Difficult DreaShing •
• ' . Palpitation of the Heart.
_ For Me rellefof patient., in adranced - stages of I!
Consumption together with all Diseases
of the nitwit and Chest ana which
predispose to,Consumption. • ;:
< Wachs Me root of clitteasq, and makes Metal •r!
destroyer succumb toils influence. also produ
cmfree apectoralion, d. induces healthy action • '
in the dintand Mucous .Membrane and ti . firam,
'_ . • ii peoulimly mia_pted ta the radical -
- !in of
.A - STITMA 4 •
Onenfoitorthis. invaluable &TRU' o as OW
sash and marequently deep. which the particular
< nature of thedictate denier. Ills mryptearant
MOW taste, andpmmpt in ifs effects. Try It
be convinced tita4 it is invaluable la Ms cure of ;I t
- ' Brostrh in !I flee' idais. ,
- -Frier 50 cents per Baltic. • Prepared Only by •• ,;,
A..W.9I37NIVELY: and told by 4. Feentrein,
co., N.' W. corner OM and POPLAR streets, 11.
"Phitafra; Pa: - For mate in Montrose by 6
poN2SI trilist) ARE TURREL4L . Druggist. • •
33Gercossexie. • LI
m inx Beat In market, constantly 013 hand, and at ai IoW
1. a_pelea as can banbtalued of any Dealer In town.
tirftweielbtte , Turrell's Dtn spre, I
TO BE AWARDED AT TILE
SIXTEENTH ANNUAL 'FAIR
susotranial NA COllfitr
. TO BE BELA AT
pi. eE ,
On Tuesday and Wednesday. Sept.
23d and. 2:1114 -1862.
rrnsiox I.—IIOIIIIZIL—cuLgio I., , sirALLIONS OD *A11,4.
Bek,t dransbt stallion and one orhis and
Belot stallion minister ; best broockniareand cult , 5
Second best tor each or abare three • - •
B. Tarbell, Montrose ; 'Tess ki.bnr , „,
.Ailbarn,;'Cliristopber Byrne, Clioror at. -
. ti . CLAM 11.--tiNciLE AND MATCHED no'np,.
Bdet gelding., ove,ifouryears old; raised In the c bunts ill
Iln'ot mare . .. • s .". • ' .-. ,
Reit pair matched horses over three years Old 7 ,
_ . mares
Second best for each of above fOur
Best pair of matched mares not raised in the Conn ty
judges-Daniel Searle, Montrose; It. I*. liirehard, Jen.
stp ;•F„ht. Williams, Bridgewater:
_CLA.4IIIII.--t01.22/ AIM YULE!.
Blest pairlljears old colts, and best Pair mules, each. $1;
itecond best for each $2; beat pairt years - old colt,,
indr yearling colts, tendB 'ears old edit, best 2 years old
.colt, and beet Jack, each, $9; second beet Jack $l. " •
Judges-John Brown, F. Lake; Hamlet 11111, Anbum
T 11011244 Johnson, Bridgewater.
Lan bull over Y years old ss„ ` sdbeets4; beet yearling - boll
2dbest2 best cow river 3 year+ old si, - sd
best 2 years old heifer $3. Sd best 2; best yearling bfr It
' .2d beet $1; beat hei f er calf et, 2d beet $1; beet bull c.. 11
$'4211 beet $l.
• Judgws - 11. F. Handricli. ' F. Like ;, JAB: larmalt, Cho - .
cdrist ; James Kasson,lBpringville. • _
4„ CLAPS 7L-DeRHAXII.
overt years old ss;2d $4; best yearling bull yr,
tt, ben cow over 8 years Old $4 2d $3; Devil. 2 yr. nie)
beer-$3, 201 bantyearling hfr $2 , Vd $1; beg bull call:
SS. sd 1; best hir plf SS. 2d 1.
, lJudges-J. 8. Hawle y , Ilawleytoo Thos., Nicholson,
SPringville ; BkichaellLtne,Jr.,,Choconht.- ' •
CLASS 11i..-4iII.IO2.DETOXIL -
13ist hull, best caw over 3 years Old. best .2 Years' ld heifr,
4 yearlings, beet 5 calves. each‘P; 241 on each Ss.
'4'lldt:ea-Samuel Williams, Plice; 0: Prichard,. Spring
ville;. Frederick Utica, Franklin.
II • , D; Dtrunaxe. -.
ii . fiMIUMS isasnelasforgrailedevons. Judger—William
3prgan, titoionat ;.„-W-ta. Melbuirb, Bridgewater ; Wm.
paves, Apvlacon. .
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4' • . • CLASS V.-NATMCD. - , -
'Premiums name as on the two last classes. • dtnlees.—p.„
finds, S. Lake ;• E.G. Babcock. Brigdewater; Steliinm`
Carpenter, Danford. . • • -
CLASS AND ATZERA.
Beet' pair.of working , oxen over 4 years old faired in thi•
',:coutity $4; beet pair of 3 years old. each earsnlil
eeteens rineell in coantf „ each $3; 241 on $2,
• • Seeley, Auburn; K. K. Barb, &id... ,
atu; David Wakelee, Springville.
- lint bore. a n d breeding ouw, each $3, 2tl best sprinr,
111:Igo:and hest 4 pigo_liudeiln wko old-each $2, 24 midi
•Idfidgeo-J. Towne, A. Tilden, F. Lake • Edward
Gcsj tine wooled buck $3. 3d 2; best :3 do ewes 2:best
:13 D lambs Fur coarse wooled, premiums same
'„on line, except lambs which In $l. , 511drile wooled smile
as coarse. Best buck limb of each $2.
Lidcester. &e. classed as coarse• Saxony,
Ver,ino. AN fine ; . Spitthilou n, Middle eel d.
It .intlges,-Stimuel Itobeets..Jeosup : Oliver Trowbrid„;e,
lit •teud• G: Divine. Forest I.:Lk,.
. DIVISION v.-rot.:4.'t
liCst pair turkeys; cue); and hen best ri fowls over 1 yfrir
lord . ; best 6 spring chickens', and best fducks; coth;s::
24 best on eitchlot $l. ;tikes-Jas. I)e.is. 31 r• L i ruse;.
Jpluelludson, Choconnt; Jackson Baldwin, tr
DIVISION Vl.-BUTTELL ANO CIIELSE,
Btfot firkin or pall ofJune butter $1.:;: - oarne premiums
Mr - Sept. butter. Ile's! In lbs. butter made by girl, me
der IS yrs $2.. llCst'clieese. nut le, than 25 Int, :1. :id 9.
;Judges-Wm. J.• M ulrurd, Mont ruse; T: Stemsr s,
Great Bend ; C: 1
c.O_;NLIS rIII'IT.'AND JELLIES:.
Ikot gape, currant, blackberry, Milerberry, and churl
fc wine; canned fruit; curnisit.apple, grape, arid crab apple
jcl ly; each fifty cents._ „ •
Jadeca.-Nlrs. A. Lathrop. Wm: \A Crosornon: .1.
Iluiford ; and W 4 Tared!. C 11 - Lathrop, W M
Ilea fail apples, not 'eat , titan a dorm., and at lea 7 t I bre,
12wieties, $2, 2.1 ; winter do. mane 'prentisan, , . 11,4
- . .
pears, aild taulneer, not tLan peck, eat h and
ji Mist and greitteet - variety of regetablee.; tytrli
.I".ndires—..lyotiliiir Stone. Brl.l4evtater Caintili, •
.41pO1tmon ; Lrbanc Burrows. thin.: in. .•
• Divimoritic—mrthoamsnoscir, khci stMnr..
• Wit Cider vinegar, nof le.* than gal ion.sl, :id :.lie.tllo
lba. maple eitmar, aral do. honey. each $l. Yd earn I:
Jtidges—S. G:J.landriek, Franklin; Cue Weilt,:011,011;
A. BouthwiTtlL, Liberty. ' . . .
DIVISION .2.—CARIAGES AND CADINET WOW:.
Iblest doable carriage SS D i" best eiraile .in 4!e car.
riage,.laareon, extension. table. chamber st.tt. e.alt 7. •
1. !kit articles in this tlivirlon for competition must Leen- l
term! by the manufacturer. Judge--J. - Sin,!...y. Gi loon ;
U. Weed, New .Nlilfbni L I). Thotna.. Great Lt. il.
DrvtmoN XI.—TARN INI'LESIENTS. AND 1:1-Algr lIITIR ' Ne.. ,
inui.l plow $ll, bent Cultivator, l oin elteller.. l 74aw ...it,.
r churn power, three firkinn. )rnt. rake, I ot..f nix h.,.....
!,, 'shoe!, each $2. .lid bent hors . shoes A. Judge,.—,l:::: a
ii Flynn,' 3liddietown -- George Walkl.r. Dit.oLlt; Eitj..h ,
Barnum, New 31ilfor . d • . •
ii, • 'DIVISION XD.—PLEDS. .
';ilCSt bushel of corn in th - e ear. halt ie.hel of white 0 r.ter
1 wheat, rest do.,npiing wheat, rye, ti.w.c..11, iinn,t6),,..1. -
; t n. l ctr. of clover feed, each el.. Judgen-1 1.. M. Tr, •,-... I'.
1. • • le • N. P. Wheaton Franklin ; Levi Tupper. 1:1,1..
. - .. DIVISION XIII.—LEATIIER. AC.
!Be. I . :1 nides liantetza, sole, and upperle.ither; eart , s!.... nil
! tavo.hore harness; earl,. $2, thrl each., 1: be-t pair ~i 1 . .... e -
I hoots $1: comae. 1.. Judgen—linSon stone; F. La:..:.;
1 , George Young. 'Amuck: S. W 8re...1, lir ~,, Llyn.
1 . DIVISION ElV.—DomnstiCi •14 r raCTV.IIII... `.
Vest 15 yard. , woolen Sane.,. and rag do.. S. :31.g: he•t - .
10 yards flannel. • 5 variln fulled a,th. nit: 1.3 : .r. 1% of !,
Soiks, each, - SI, gd 1.: bent 10 yard: , linen • lot -. ..n. :1 15
Yardn caseimere, each. $2; - bent 2 'mit , Woolen 1.,
$l, 2.1 M . . Judges—L. F. Push. Siontrone.: 3!r....1 A .
ISunnell, Tilmock : Mrs:Philo Sherwood,' 102,1: . 5.,...
Civil Park, Franklin. .
litinntos tr.—TINE ARTS. ORNAMENTAL NEEDLEMI: .. S.
' P.. 444 patch work 411111.11nd OM of any other kimi.......1,.
sol 0,.3d 1; best bed spread
*,L nmbrotepen, dental 0 elk - . 2,
I] 1; bent winter bonnet td I ..f.lidli chair corer s.
alges—E...M. Turner, , and Kate, Searle ; -Idontrol.e;
Je Me Brackney, S: Lake"; Georgians Parke,-Dinu.ek. •
1. DIVISION XVI.—ItEIgE. Or CATTLE. .
Dist. herd of cattle, not lens than 10. rained and exhibited
. by one man:#.5,2413. • J edges—Henry Drinker. Mtraft . ;
Burns Smith. Franklin ;'P. S. Cassedy, Dimock.
DIVISION XVII.-=TOWNSRIP SOCIETIES.
TO the Township Society that makes the largest and heft
exhibition. st)3.. Towunblps intendir ' • to compete. ,
yin please give notice to the Executive Commi Gee. nt
Least 30 days before the. Fair. Judges:—.J. M. - Da - vie, M.
towg; Wm. C. Ward. N.Milford ; A. Iteardelce, S.ville.
L DIVISION XVIIC—PLOWIND MATCH.
Best plowing; $.5; 4 41.11; 3d, $3; 4th. $2 . sth, $1: .
Jodgel—Chrintopher Byrne, Choconnt ; J. llarrinOten,
Bridgewater; James Sterling. Brooklyn:
aercrwiiamat.MTPiEWXY NVEiI :
OrEETIAL SOPZELETENDL77I—Wm. H. Jessup.
AMMAN? • " C. M. Ogre. '
Sur'''. or CATTLE—Avery Prink. •
. L Susarcairn Swnts—ld. J. Barrington. • ,
1 1. FARE hITIENENTS—EIIjah Mott • '
t• DALEY Hat.L—Edwin . •
" Nir.cirautiSs' H. Boyd.
I " Ftivrteasin Vaccrasos—Wm.A. Crossmon,
Io • ndll. 23 t :dniasist--(t. and Mrs. Fitch. Snt
sun Horton, Miss Jane Searle, Mrs. D. B.
, Lathrop, an Mrs. James Tyler. •
" UNDEACUIRED AETICLEs—M. C. Tyler, B. S.
3 Bentley, D. D. Warber, lire. F. B. Chandler
1 • and Mrs. J. S. Tarhell. •
1130 Car .49i.:(2.2111..1.1Hie1d.00211.:
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nor male children. $l. Badge of membership. which niL
admit faintly as above, without competing for Prem 1111110.
except. in Divisions 14 and 15, (Domestic manufacture. , .
add Pine Arta and Ornamental Needlework.) 50 tilt. All
clergymen, printers, and their Wallies, admitted free. -
Good music' will be provided..
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