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A. J. GERLITSON, - Editor:
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TIETE ENIEON,AS IT WAS;
Before abolition; gceession, etc.; ,clieturbcd itltartuony.,
AS IT. IS;
Enforced and respectel in all ,tions of t.lic country
• . a
Mr Yonne . , men desirtne•to attend a Commercial Col
lege It Bingluunton; Pittsburgh ; or nt Philadelphia ; Neu•
York, - ere:, can obtain information of practical pecunkiry
value bfcalling upon or addresaing the editor of• this
,_ : tn's
PubliCation of. Sherlffs' Sales,.
Relating - to Sheriffs' Saies'in .the county
_of Luzerne,' • -- • •1
ios 1. ]'e it enacted hy . the Senate :
aniiHogie V.R4iresentotives of tlie Comnian,
wealth of Pennsylvania in ileneriil-.Assenibly
mekand it is hereby_enacted by authority (VI
the same, That f'roin -and. .after. the pass - -
age of this act, in ail eases' of -sheriff's 1
sales of real estate in the county of- I
zerne, the,publication of notices . of •siiid
sales:shall• be made in any two newspa- -
- perspiblished at the county seat of -s.aril
coun:ty, and may be directedby the fluor=
ney fir-party issuing, or having .charge- of
the writs, upon which direction • shall 'be
indoOed.on..the.preeipo to the .prothono , ,
tary, and:by hint indorsed ,on — the writ ;
.and tomuch . of•any law as is inconsistent
hei.ewiih, is hereby repealed, so 'fat.- as re?
lates. - to said counts%
---" Approved April:lBt ; h, lsql: - . j by YOlunteering.' Colored patriotisim has
AN - AC'T- - -.
.1 been fotinti to by at a.Wofal disdount, and
:Relating to Sheriff's Sales in Siisquehan. I will be bereafto drafted 'under the con
-spa county: - ..; • I scriptionact. : -'_ - . •
Sithros 1. 'Be it enae^i by tiie Senate l It •is ukierstood i that every person
. ." 4 -4" 1 "/-'a of Riliresera'fi° 63 ri the Corn= I heieafter arrested for exPressinn• disloyal
'nzonivealth of Penpigivania in General •‘" 1- I qeintiments and who' refuses to take the
; sent biy ; ne t, an d ‘'t is hereby enacted by . 'av- 1 - ` . ' • ,--
thorit:y of tliecrin - e, That the Provisions of oath'of Allegiance y is to be sent , witnin the
an act •entf.led "An act relating to Sheik.. l• enemy's linps:l - .
if's Sties in Luzerne count.," appreYed j- A Charleston, S. C., paper : claims • that,
1 the iWI day of April, 'anno domini, one ;
~ , .
notAtithstandinc; the 'blockade that _that,
7 'thousand eight huirdred and sixty 2 oue,The I is enjOying.a . h;ger . direct foreign trade
1- aid the sanie.are hereby extended to the
county of . SuSquebanna. Provided, ril,.- it Ithan'she ever•had before. • -
said . selection Jliall tr. 1 5 ',..-- - -;• t f •,„:1 ..,- I . .-,,,,-- - v,„,v:::::',,,,, ,!-..,,......1-2,-,-.2,-.7-1.:-:....,
..,_..„,,,.._.,.,_, R .,,.. e, At_ e Num :e , s.eati i Inntrfary report of the Maryland cam pait7,7ll
Via - the said 'notices .mar 11 ,-, -'
. - dil'eete( l to I last - 'surnmer. Ile says thatHarpees Ferry
belniblished in any papers in• the .comity, 1
might haKe 'been s'ed 'to- ns had. the
anything'in the act to which.this l's a sup
plement, to the contrary notwithstandin,r-'! 'Washington authorities taken his advice
and'if no stibli directions be givon by tFie , l.while there was yet time. ,
. party •or his Ettorney,' then the Sheriff !).....
- ,shallimake the publication as lieretofone.
-M""Thc communication signed "
- - -
simian" will be inserted in our next.
- Democrat° Associations:. -
It ninst be apparent t 9 every observer i
of passing events, that the abolitioniSts
- afe making ,vigorous preparations all over
the country to retain the powerthey have
so grossly mis Used for- the last two or
threeyears. The elections last -fall, and
the late - municipal elections, 'show that
they are going to the wall. Hence their
fright. They have not robbed the Gov-
• ernment enotvaii:yet, and want a chance to
rob and plunder as long as there is •a,dol•
:ar left. To check their infernal scheines
-- - their • "loyal leagne" tricks: 2 —it-will be I
• proper for Democrats to forth Assoeia-
Aion - sin every township of the : county.--:
7 •••'F.Very Delnodat should, and . we doubt
not will be fully . awalle -to the importance i
: of presenting 'a bold and united front to
the "leagued" abolitionists who are driv
ing our._-country to ruin. The baleful infln.
ence of. the .alMlition . Party must be: they
and defeatoad'at; the polls.
jarlntellii,Yence conies from Pott oy
al that Lieut.-Col. Gardiner, of the Sevea
teenth' Connecticut Yolunteers, has been
ordered into arrest for obtainingthe sig
nature of a number of men' . in his regiment
to peace- resolutions, " in Order to 'affect
.the electron - at home." ThEs,lietter than
anything else hat could have *beer done,
choirs the farcical character of. the so
much 'paraded resolutions sent hothe front_
regiments in the field, iii favor.of ,the ad
ministration policy. It appears . :that the
men are allowed to ex.presS or just such
sentiments:as please the administration;,
if thefattettipt, to 'AdOpt different regula
iiiOna - 60 are ordered into arrest!
- Pieti(gt Rhode' Island has
resulted in a trintrylf-of the abolitionists.
Particulars of the t ghtat Someriet,
:El) 6* that iti;conduet reflects great .credit
pn bur arms:.'; The- pnemv, under Pegrath,
• • • - •
. nunibpring . "2,600; Were ' attacked four
.miles north of Soinerset
~ by 1,206 of our
troops,, • Under Gen. 'Gillmore. -.After a
ba-'.itle of five, hours the rebels fled, pur
sued by :our cavalrye to the river.: -They_
- managed to cross; leaving 400. cat de.=
:Their. loss-was fifty killed and about 4pb
prisoners, including twenty commissioned
011icers. \te sulfe:red le the :extent of
ten killed and tWelityfive
: wounded, and
IGen. Gil - more puts' Our 1.0 - sS at lesS : than
this, and augments that of the enemy 200.
- There is no news direct. from. \ricks
burg:" The reports front Memphis
cthitlicting. The Argus says
the Sunflower expedition is a fhilure, and
.the troops return to Yeung's
while th*Bifiletin Sayi. Gen: Sherman is,
in poseSsion , of Haines's Buff.'
-Cltike's guerrillas have been completely
dispersed. = lientuck.3 • is again free from
the - -presonea-of arined7foes. -
. A Cfiirp:dispn6ll announce the punish
ment .of the guerrillas who lately attacked
a train near Moscow, Tenn. Col. Loomis
whipp4 l . them ozirtonday with oneltund
red men: They. lost thirty men. I Soon
after a, fight was had with five hUndred
rebels under 'Richardson, iu Which thirty
- five were killed *id large''utiMbsr Wound
ed and captured. Col4Loomis lost' in _this
Ili the recent attack . Polnti-neasant,
•, houses and itbreS,• and - burned 7,000
bushels of co ro-Afloliging, l 4.9 the - United
States - (-overnn e t nt. Volunteer aid
rived f'd.re Gall Olio,- , yolis , ; and the rebels
i-ere C't4en 17lick• with -loss.
No more tiegro regiments to be raised
- Letter from the Army.
Camp Mansfield, Va., M'ch 23
Dear Brother:-H--I received your letter,
and---I assure you that I was
. Very glad to
hear frOm ypu and the lilies at
home.. „you mv-think I will get-tired of
Tending about home.- But if you do you
are mistake') ; for . the 'reading of the last
letter only increases my desire-for the
reading of another. Every new letter ex
cites withitti me new-love--Tfor those you
know iree very dear to me. - When alone,
as-I happen to be at, the' present writing,
Iny,mincl is continually going -back to the
pleasures I -enjoyed in the' home of ; my.
childhood. If there ever was real enjoy
ment, it is .in else society of those loved
'ones, and yet when we - areliith them coil
tinnally, we dO not a r ppreciaid them, as we
Should. ~ - ' ! ,',,
Tl6-thought occurs to me, ;what a tiles
it would be to our country if the' love
and reverence which Ite poor slcliers feel
for - our h'omes could be.felt by our rulers
for the country tley so basely misgovern.
If such could be i le case, and they would.
-- govern their thoughts and actions by it.,
they might be of some service 'to their
country; by calming the develish spirit--of
ate noW so.prei 7- alent. _
Although a•soldier, and bound - to obey'
orders - and - stand by the'old flag at all haz
ards, I cannot forget my rights and Obli-
I gations as - acitizen. In this view; I,ask,, -
1 is the administration-directing the - War
properly to ring back the,rebell
ions states? - . Sine, rely believe it is not.
' - faith'
That the seceded states have . brotten their
(faith' is-seertairi. That they should be
brought back, by all iieasonable n'.'reans, to
I the•old - bond of UniOn r admits 'Of no doubt.
But,is it right, js it eipedient;lo,,cl9se ev
i-ery aVenne . and loop-hole.that -leads to a
reconciliation ? • Yet this is just What the,
administration is doing, Is it:right for
'the- President and Congress to trample
the Constitution underlfoot in prosecu
ting the . war.?
.Por . opei, I - believe that,
instead ;t,f,eriiiiiing . lo - rebellion, they are
ertishipg..tke liberpis of the people:. These
-are plain words.- - ' Itut I ' delight to speak
plainly. It is my birthright as a free
merican citizen. -..
Truly ourg, O.:LEwis.l
From the 177th P. EL
DAvxb's MILL, iMarch 21, 1863.
. 'Dear'=----.: We have a .
place here, and we ail like it very. well. I
don't-think'we .will ever see .a-battle,4ill.
-onr-titne is out, ts - -wb--are doing nothing
but guarding diflbrent points.
In reading tl ki , Montrose Amocraf, -da
ted March , lOth'lsi.K! the ladies of Mont: ,
rose have setit - trai?t.Rogers a barrel con- i
taining several.artfcles Which we all tho't
was for the ; company, 'its there were a ;
number of thieni sie c k at the .time,; but not 1
a.man In the comp. ny got the first thing: '
H eltao)e'en living , etwshigh of Ohent ev- 1
'et. since- he-got, the 1-, tilt at length he got
siekood I believe n - thing mime him steal
i.but the niWthingt_-* 1 that barrel.- ,
• 'Capt. Bogers'is 'very unpopular' with his
-company. Not a man:in it but hates him.
At firsfi thought-he wits honest an&Lve
ry-retigions, as Ire tfsed-to - take his testa
-moot and- Pray for 115 every morning. But;
this w•as only when in -HarrisbUrg. . After
he came,•to Virginia, he either lost the tes,
i lament or forgot to prdy.. I -think lic is a
backslider, as you call 'them.- ',--- .
I. think it would be -snore' charitable for
the ladies of Montrose to give suclrtilino•s_
L io tile-poor-W,idtms and orphans - nt•home.-
'Thew need' them- more, than we-do. ' •
Mr. A. wanted to
. the, wa.r. It is just what I always thought,
acrd what tilou.ands of others think, arwar
for the - d—d niverl I , sometimes have
to help tie them, as there are hundred: Of
them here, and they steal eveuthink they
can Conic across. •
We have, had A great snow.storrn here;
for .this country. The slim is about'-one
foot on the grono now.. M.•
roil THE .R.EISLOCRAT.
What Homy Clay thought of the Subju
gat,ion of South Carolina in 1833. •
• Frinti the N. Y: Tribune, July,
Prr ' There Is
,an'effor-t. noii'inaking to compromise the
tariff question. Henry Clay took the lead in corn
' protfusing the tariff question then pending.- He was Int
l- pelted to this,
we doubt. not, by the bolted motlyes that
stn sway' he heart 44 - a patriot and philanthropist. lie
saw that Gen'. Jackson was madly bent on crubhing and
slamperifig - the nullifiers for resisting the protective
tahff. A triumphant. furious party were ready to do
whatever their idol required. It stemed to Mr. Clay that
the subjugation of South Carolina. under f.uch circum
stances. %rind(' insole a Ino.t. wanton -butchely and-de
-1 vastation. Ile therefore stepped between-the parties as
a mediator, saved what he could of the protective system
I —andprevented the outpoiring•of 'rivers "of fraternal
blood , '
Alas!- that the days are past when a,!
man could bp_accounted a "patriot" and
not thirst. for the "butchery" -of - the . '
people :of 4110-' South ! Alas! that .
the - time has gone by, wh6)----a - man
could be ,called a "philanthropist," and
yet not d-cligli6in* beholding the southern
states given ol , fer to the " devastatip7.!,..,r7E.
wi tit-stir roW
stead lajiv upon the slaughter of hlis:
low-ben the south, is.called a syin
patbizer with rebelriont—a secessionist!
' Was Flenry Clay a . ..sympathizer with
lification ? Was he a nullifier? Not by
any means, but a "mediator." llis.desire
to- avert_ the calamities of civil war and
. as attllibuted to the "holiest
motives that Can sway the heart-of man." .
Z l / 4. :0w, such desires are called wicked—_-and
the man _who cherishes them lit only for a
l -- dungeon in some lonely fortress. For dar
ing to advocate the principles-otHenry
Lday; hundreds have - been'drazged. front
their 10 - mes i and immured for months in.
loathsome prisons. Did - Geri. , Jackson
thrust Henry• Clay into peison, and thus.
set an example for tyrants to follow?
Read history and see. -He. was President
of the United States, and 'had as .much au
thority to putt people in dungeons as any
others President since. But you cannet
find any account_that,says " Gen. Jackson,
lielievtn the speeches of Henry Clay in
favor of conciliating the nullifiers are giv
ing aid and comfort to the rebellious
pie of South Carolina, had him arrested
at midnight,.and sent to Fort Lafayette."
How would such -a record
. as tint read
now ? Abrahain Lincoln has put just
good men in prison as Henry clay., He:
Was called a patriot. Men of his princi
ples-are nos called " traitors." - He was
"Ailantbropist." .Men of his principles
are now called " copperheadS"—only fit to
be'druShed under the heels' of the aboli
tiOnists, the very men whom .Henry- Clay
often declared would yet drench this land
in blood. A true prophet as well as pat
riot' was Henry Clay.
" COPPERHEADS" AND COPPER BREA ,
.PINS.—The Democratic - party is:" a vervi mORTRatr kiliCt SCHOOL :
4funny party, and seems to cherish very
6dd names, such as , hunker, barnburner, U1)1 ' , UL I
hardshells, &c. The .Exprem twenty-five . ' Will open in Montrose, April 13,1803. ''-
years ago nicknavied them " loco-focos,"? . . ' 1 1'. D. HUDTT,,Principal.
after the then coming into fashion loco- . Iffiss . JESSIE BISSELL, Assistant •
foco matches, and the rascals adopted iL No pains will be spared to make thMSchool worthy of
ant:Unlade it rather pOplilar; and whipped ; patrunnae i, ' At will be conducted upon the Normal Sys
reilygdt.lio,se, 4Milifying them
the Whigs,out upon it. • The namd'ofDe- I Ye,'T.'es No
jel t e c h r i7 ,P ca " ll
mocracv Was once a nickname, thO ` : diYis- I '` , TEEMS Elt QUAiiTga OF 11 WEEKs.
ions of.parties under 21. fr Jeffersonl being • $1,,,00 to $s:00
s ~_._„. , k. - 4,00
Republicans (Denocrats) all() - Pederasts. ''s
I Nato al Sciences, oillig,her MathematicS: ,
1 r: ( rig ni a r n , fl i c r p a rtitg
The FederalistS nicknamed the 114 bl' 1 . 3—tf . -. .- -
cans Democrats, and thehaine. of 11.em0i...- ) - -• ' - - •- -
F. B. HUNT, Prin4al.
racy from 1806.0 n to 1828 . rulei l ikhe calm
_ . u i 'l atarch3l- 186: ''
try, and from-1832 on to 1840;• and from
1844 on, to Fillmore's day= , ivith- -- a fresii
start, from 1854 on to our daY.i., .No'h',the
• Abolitionists ,on all sides are nicknaming
the Democrats q copperheads," ttic.,while
the Denied:its are
putting ' copper cents
undei• powerful e l ating'machines, andl
cutting out the hends of liberty and ma- I
hinv . ,* breastpins of t i hese }leash, in Mice=! imtekery' of the. people who
this name.—New York E.ti•re'sizf.. .
. • .1
THE Nkw Post6.l. LAvi—CongrAss, at
lastitssession-, .passed :.some impdrtant
amendments to theliostal law; which it is
necessary for_the public to beat., in,mind
in their transactions.with the tPost- t office. ,
The ant, w 1,41 1. incindci s tbese
'men ts, g,oes into circa- on the 3011_ of hue
Pcistmasters .- .whot;e - salaries are
over 1000 are ;Ippoin tqd. by the-PreSi&nt, i.
the others by the . 'Postinaster-c3eneral,--
No mail matter is to be . delirQred
the-postage is' paid, and 1.16. k rent nuisrbe
paid- One quarter in advanei , ..':Postage
Imust be prepaid by stamps :on- ,domestics
t letters of all kinds, and on ail
maim, except - newspaper, , ,
for by the quarter.
. l• In Bridge wat or,' Feb. 28., 1 ;'3G:I, GonnoN
Dilfocic. - san of - Norton \V. and Ann
Scott, ao-ed 2 yearia and months. -.• •
4. II,e,MPVe. the empty cradle ,
his el4lcing put awn,-;
And all his-Little' playthings . .
With yOur choicest treasures lay ;
Strive not to check the tear-drops
- - That fall like.slumner rain,
For the sun or Ilope•shines: tliro' them,
-Ye shall see Li taco
O (Link where rests your darling'
.Not in hiS cradle
Not in. the distant grave-yaril, •
With the still and mould'ring delM;
Mt in a bea.venly mansion
Upon the Saviour's breast,
With his loving arms'about him, •
lle takes his sainted rest r?
BUTTER ! BUTTER
d to fortrard Butter to
dew York on
T, darin g • coati na
srrjon. We will furnishpdils tree as tis . nal, anti pledge
oar,ei yes to make prompt returns.and v, ill compare nots .
with any firm in I own as to prfees and nett retnins.after
dedlicting expemdeF:. We will advance money on eon
sianineni if wanted. ottO hold mirselvrereSponsible for
all Butter and Pails owned hy-Alieynwp simt by as.
We have Jnst received, the 230 1b..140 lb., and 50 lb.
SackAs•of Dairy Silt.
1, ril q. tf.
uuderA ued, adm'r d bovi, the estate of
j- N. W. WALDUO decd. vi , frre - of authority
contained in-the last. Rill anal Teitaminit of paid doge,
dent. will expose to Pal die Sale by V endue, at the Store
of 11. Id. Blanding, in !Milord township. ou
Satto , day the 2 11(1 'lffy nj ilfayimrt,
atone o'clock in the aftOrnoon. all that !ot of land late
the-estate of N. - W. Waldron. deed. known ay the —Lake
Lot. — situate in !aid township of Ilarcord, containing
ahont 114 Ilexes, with aboutacres improved - . and lying
oitthe roadtcadina.from Harlon' Villagcs. to Ira Curven
teep.- Terms inadel;!wwn on day of' .tale.
- P. CARPI:STEIL adtu'r do honis
Kstatc oL.N. W. -Waldron. dee'd.:
Iltnrc:h :n, 1F63
LL pt.n.ons indt:htetlio the et of Sihei F. 7,l'hltme,
latt• of Ilarloooy. tired, are hereby ri.outpleti, to
In: ke thtylient.: nil nil persons ha yin illl5
agaillzt NCHI preen t ?hm Cart h 0 ith to
. C.. L. Ill:ZOWN,,lciminitorntor,
A PROBLEM FOR THE LADIES,
Sent wee of Charge.
Acltitt::s PROTII.E3I," .•.
Los 943 P. 0.,
A. LATIIIIOP, 11. C. TYLEEL. • J. W. INLET.
LATlrnor, TYLER & RILEY ,
in s EALERS n Dry Goods. Grocrrie?. Hardware, Ready
Made l'lorhintr. Boot!4 Ilats & Capa.
w oo d Ware.•lrfi„ Nailiz. Sole S; Fpper Leath
: er.- Flour and Salt, all of which they o:rer • (it the
very • 1
._ ' •
• Lathrop r! Brick. Building. Mont ruse; Pa.
• • • •
y made urrangementta with. CoMmis , ion
mon in New-York to semi theimßiqter, and will turn-
WI alt Dairymen nith Pain, free, typo Walla to Send their
Batter to . s'ev; York. they raying fretaht comm
9iClll. which k Only 2 etmer lb. I will guarantee them
the highest market price for their Butter, and
lUICK. SALES & PROMPT RETURNS,
So dies - s will zet the money for their flutter as fast as it
ie meld. Also Avid advance money' heferc told;. if
%ranted. Dalrytnen will tee at once that this arrange
ment greatly lotheir advantage. it gives them the
same chance at the - . •
Highest Market Prices,
ns it (toes the 'contractor who makes large pcafits on his
Miter contracted. and yon also get nit the money your
Butter Fens for niter paying- freight end commission,
which i. only '2 GIP. per Br., and Tot cts. as some have
paid. Equs.l rights and no monopoly, is my motto.—
Call and sei ma at
and will satisfy you that what rhave proposed Si relia
ble and to your advantage
Montrose, Mardi 30,1563.7—tt . .
Ainbrotypa and photographic
m7-Plrtnres taken in all kind, of Inthe bee
Pt)le of titu-Art. _ - oetlo
2Elj2 28 . D ve-e: .14t 2,,, 2 -
• • .
- • ‘ , :i.::3F".a.: (::) lIkg" ~- - -
~ STEEL, :\ IL
HUE L'.111?, (7017.171::"P-STIY7i7 ,e: 7' !MIL ATIICES'.
11.-111,R OA D o:7_ 11:1:1'1.V0 SVPPLI,ES.,
C,lRra . .4c;E sii le I,fr; .s. . A•XLES,• Sh" ELY ' S AX
BOXES, BOLTS, -h . I. 7 7'S' am: 11"..i.57/ER4 '. '
l' I, A7' ED .11i X n...:. .Y/...1);Lr . . 1)./ Lk •.-
..rn oxs, II ruts - . - si , o A - 1. - w. -
FELLOE-7S SEAT 4 , 1'11.V.D1,L,'- . 5, BOBS, ex. • -
AN V }Ls , VICES, STO - CKS...dral 7 )I$8: ,BELLOWS,
• 11.01Mtizsz!‘ SLEDGES. FILES, .5:c.,p.t.
CIRCULAR. . N NI) AM!. s:AIV:.-7, BRO'l:' ,. ;!:;. I , AuKI:\IG,
TACKLE . 11te..)c!CS. PLASTEri j'AltiS • '
CEMEXT, IJAIk ..c:. 01 - INL,T6NtS:
1 FRENCH WINDOW 0T.A5:4..1.1;;AT11E.8. ( t.... FIN&INGS.
I Scranton, :Nlartli ti. 1S:13: • 1y .
,_ , ~ -
BALDWIN Sr, ALLEN
4=l xat..44•7 !irg a.MT ZP tr, ,
. WI:o'er:11c & Itetail Dealers in
PATENT •MEDICINES !
effort. vva.: , made to maize n Lit of 'Patent Metre
J. vine , for tekie at Ttirrell's Dru. 4 StOre. 'ont it W;L.4
found too teveztliv for ptl.lien don. it will "he
aittlielent to Fay. t!alt nearly every I:Ind in any in r:, ;t.
or advert i.fed in New•op4perr.:, May Lc. found . at Kw Drug
and Variety Steve of 'IL IntELL:.
?dontroiu, Nlareit !4. ISGI.
. . .
H. GAR - li,ATT, . i
IA E .7,17.Tt lit Vtrri. Fned. and 7'4,111. 'Darrell 'and. Dairy 1
LI S tlt. Tiatatlty and Clover Sad. Orneeriva. , Provr4- I
Van , . Frui.t.: Ft-it. Petroletun Oil, Wootti.t.n aunt _ Stant. t
Ware": YatilzeeNothats , : &e. se... : . .c''''Op;',usit t Ittfilruad - ,
Deptlt, New Mtiford, Pa. . Mai •.:.1.1! , :n:',.—1y. t
ONE . CENT REWARD.!
101 N -.way from the. shb,:crilter.- on the t;! -t ult.. a
ltlae4 Izsit I by the name of PRISCILLA STEWART.
per , cms'ilarltOring or trmlita her.:or
tru her on nt'Faccount, as C will y 118 debt sof her
contracting. - - Joirx .noLLEs.
THE NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY,
Harvey: Collins - . -66 Brace,:._
GQverninent A;jenis and .i.Lornips . .W 14
Branell jou Sur.rineiniu Counly. conducted by
L. F: Montrose.
*A ?am.. rrc•rntrflartit prcieceriectivimi! if
of riairn: , ' and the 1/epaitment , . P,A.TENTS. I'EN
SIONS.,IIOI:NTI ES and .IItREAIS of RAY SEC:I:RED
and (ZIA. I. ECT El 1. •
The 'bow. LICENSEI) by the GOV-t
EIZNNIENViithzi a ,, ovintL d with I hi,. vgcne vat ‘t ash
inf.rt.p for tlo- purpo , f,I tr.li=ine;;;;') will at
teilft promptly toll Ibislioe of lob.inetz,:. Tutor
mat iob rota:. nod No (11.kilra:
L. F. FITTS'.
LARGE; et - -ME -'
1.11-Pi .- &. TIMOTHY - SEED
FOE SALE BY. • •
-XX. ."1C7,1-2-MILX 1 1"70: .
New Miif,rl. 7.ll!teelt 17. ISizi. •
Kainsgr &STUN GOODS.
v 71: 119 v e the plcasn're of informing you that V. are
'll' - --ii6w pn.par,1 , 156 watt'. nt oar ohl Fraud. N 05.103
105 A: 107, North Second Street, rhilad , a,
a well selected :luck i,l :\ iilinecy'hild ;CI raw Goods. in
every v2irit•tyl. of the hilt e,t hophrtatiou.i, and of the new.
e,t and moat fashion4le. t.tyles.
:.- . .
- - _
o£'R iii".n..l 11" DEPJ. R TMENT
will compri,e every variety of Bonner-. llatt , and Trina
minms to belhand in that line, of the latest and most...ap
proved shapes ami s , yles. Soliciting an-early call, I re
main Nolir t , . respvetfully, _ 11. WARD. -
Maid) 17, 1F41:... 4w ' • _
XTOTICC is hereby 14iven. that in pursuance or 'an act
1. 1 1 of assembly, the icillowin4 named pen ous have filed
their petitions with. the Clerk , of the Uonrt of gigirter
Sessions of the Pedre for the County of Sustinehanna.to
keep Taverns in said Cohuty, for which they .will.apply
at April Sessionr; 1s68; . ,
Auburn. Jclsepli Carlini, E. L. Adenis.,—Choconut. Ja
cob Kirobk—Dinmek, George W. LeNei:s.P. S..tabcock.
Dundatr. Arthur Aercs.—Forest Lnk.e.Judzon tid.
Great Bend: David Thomae. Ow.. J. Smith. Baxter Jew
ell.—Gihson, Silas Dowell, H. S.Brnhdage. M. W. Chem
herlin.--rllerriek. A. Tilden. John. M. 11 - yers.—Jeekeon;-
C. C. Pa - enc.—Lathrop, David Wilmarth. 7 4.6nox,
Snow: .:Montrose, Leonard•Searle. S, Tarbell.=New
Milhird, It. C. Veil,- Dhilander - Phitiney.--ItnA, E. 31.
Day. W. If. Sherwood:George Snyden—Silver. Lekc. IJ
0. Minkler, D. P.Thelan.—Spriugeille, Julien Lathrop,
Spencer Ilickos.—Sik'a Depot; Thos. Cunneen. C. .W.
Moran, Peter N. Tillman—llarrnrd. John F. Ziegler—
Friendleille, Edwin Blies.—Bruoklyn, j.
Cliford,. Edward Orem.
, TO SELL MY THE,MEASURE. -
March 1-1; 1F63. ' • E. M. TURNER., Clerk.
• alo es
L.:.1.1?G,E • ..I.I.IMDFORD.
ollio 41Ebru.41. • .
.• • atilyA. SEED WHEAT.'
SEED CORN; PEAS, • .
and a general assartmcntql Garden — Seeds.
CASIT PAID FOR '• • •.;
D uring the month of March: - . -
• • • .BA,I,DIVIN.,t, ALLEN,'
• Moutroso, March 116113.
iIE Bald, in market, cohatantly on hand. and at ailpyr
a price as it can be °brat Itcti of any Dealeeln•tharn. • •
Irg . ",'Remembor • . .• - Turtt..llyr prtig : Storp„:
, - • '.f • - i:::. •• • •1: - 1
;- ix Tar
%.oy. itur _O,
'Where ran are inreorgetting the. worth,of - youmon ,
at the _
90 1 C)1E:t.M -ClaD" ,
Ottit tub o osto Ht.
ti!E Ci•'lt7;lT\ lusE
pUt US on onr gna rd. mill *a luive‘Tateti faidin a I arr •
stri::.k, which -en al Aes ns to oflen to oar preftomen: gntx it
on 'equally as gou'd terms as Nrirrly, considering the-late
AT THE STORES - Or
6 . P.t.t ob ei;g,T ... 105(10141A ' t.. Qil--,ct.',-,
Montrose, Susq'as County, Pa l
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
.. .. -
' 2r.0 ' - '4 oo o 33al:oletel
We are:determined not to be outdone. either In price'. of
qn.alitie , F..--nuti we will endcuyor to'give our- customers'
—.u....—...“...--::-...1,..ncrtort. - 1 - - . . _ .. .
€I4.‘tTHIN . G:, - ,
In this branch our stock.l; rompletc;.and sold
lower. antr More tastefully tinisficd than any ansi-horso
.cstablishment, or any four-horse concern this Klee of-N..
York City. able to otTer or pro4m; We caul:assure tho
public that we constantly employ:_the beet cutters- and
'workmen to make up our stock.
i;;;:fr - Carrnents made to order "
On the shorteSt notice.
7"A Good Fit warranted or no sale. '
ordor to close ont coil' stock of i•
TV 7a r I I =.:'4 . '" led .; 10 linFet eiNi
e will Eell Lit a small adV,l4lcc . . ii?cwe - cost,
Great Stock tontantly kept, grid ;old: lower !hail the
tivellbitti, o ren balm o
nt . • t
Montrose; Jannary ist. : • •
STH STREET, ' PITTSBRRG. FL
FOUNDED IN 1E40: /
Incorporated by Leg:lmitative Charter.
Being the only CO . KMEBCIAL COLLEGE in-the Union
conducted by -
A PrtA(.:T . ICAL .31.ERBITA2T.
-- OYEZ SIX 1 4 110IISAND STUDENTS
Have been educated in the Prari ice gran
the details of a httstuesi education from DUFF'S qt-'
-tem of. , , ' ' •' ' ' - , '• -
Id EIICANTII,47 ROOK-KEEPING; .
-, A‘intilecßiFolir Silver Metials, and the ganetion of the
highest Mereantile . Authprities in tho colutry. Also.
' STEANBOAT BOOK-KEEPING.
A - perfect system for such' hooks and accounts." Al .
so Dates new gy:Aem of . ' . .. . ,
i ' • PAIL-1 OD - ROOK-KEEPING, .
After the Gornto' of the Pennsylvania Railtnad. Also,,
Dohs new i•y6tettt of - . :,- ,
PRIATE BANK 11001 - •FFP,ING
The only one in'tise bill° city. The above systeins of
accounts are taught under the daily' stinerrisien of the
author,nnA. it IP believed,-to a degree of perfection net.
or attained elsewhere. s •
TWELVE' FIRST PREMIUMS,- •
for Vest Busine6s atid.Ornatuimtal Pennianehii) awarded
onr present Penniartby - thei
tiniteti•State's Filifatt Cincinnati .
l'earta.'Stat,e. Pair at - Wyoming
SGAtern Pon na._Pair , at tgbuig,h -
Western Virginia Fair atWheeting......
and the Ohio' State Val-rat Clev'elatid.:
411 of . which are - exhibitedat opr offices-
Duff % New Engraved - School(' opy Books.
Flue cap, ii-V,Pagez each, 90 bents per dozen—the cheap.
• - - eel Copy Book in use. ;' ; •
• Basin ess and or:lemma:o Penmaoship,, with new plates
and Seaters' by.Wlll. ..DUFF, Blest riftinz all-the elements
ot the Petiman's Art, the • Most, complete. instruoter
known. Elegantly . bound. . crown quarto. Price 115,
ihwper's Enlarged ;Edition - of Duff 's Book•keephii.,
Price .$1,50.; Sold by Booksellers generally. •
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Writing, enclosing dents. to
•• ; ; r • P. - D V? ib SON, Principals.
- I St rangois will- please inquire our reputation In the
city, where we are best known. - Jan.; 101308.-bute
YER:4:CoMINWND EXTRACT OF : ROCK ROSE,
the (treat, Remedy for Indigestion. 131111ous anti
Serofulona Corrplatrits, and al) illiteoes of the Blood:10
sale; et wheletale aad roteU by.. , .ABEL TURRELL: