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THE EST UR NW
There have been , rumors after rumors of
• battles near .Ftiederiasburg,. for several
days, but the censorship of the telegraph .
. has unwisely kept most 'of the facts from .
the press and the pebple.
Gen. Hooker crossed the Rappahan
nock, last week, with the main portion of
-- his army • and engaged the Confederate
forces, under Lee. On Saturday, Sunday,
Monday and Tuesday; there was, accord
ing to all .accounts, very severe and de
structive fighting,. NVitIA, heavy loss on each
side and with varied, uccess,—sometimes
the Federals 'drivin the Confederates,
and at others the nfederates pushing
back the Northern troops..
- Our loss is not over 1-5,000.
Many of the reports are terrible gloomy.
One says: We have sad and dishearten
ing news from Virginia. The grand ar
my of The Potomac is in full retreat, .and
has recrossed the Rappahannock. Terri
ble battles Were fought, in which thous
ands of noble lives were sacrilieeck - and all
• to no purpose.
A brilliant eavidry raid was Made in the
rear of the rebels by Gen. Stoneman, who
. succeeded in breaking up Lee's communi
cations with .1 - itchniond, - both by railroad
and turnpike:. He destroyed the Ashland
Bridge on the Fredericksburg road,. then
proceeding to - Hanover Court. House he
tore up the Centriil track ,and destroyed
five other bridges of the Fredericksburg
road, and then, -purstfing his route to the
very defenses of Richmond, he destroyed - -
both the railroad and turnpike bridges
over the Chickahominv.
Hooker is severely criticised on all
sides. The T,ibane says that "there NN as
:no time from Friday morning to Monday
,night but that Hooktr could have attack
ed ,and defeated Lea's army. He lacked
the ability to give the order."-
Hailing no official, reports from the
.field, and Maier - paling better news, we
prefer not repeating, the crude' tales of
disaster, and await the clearing up of; the
lIutRISBU RG, MAY S follotcing
despatch has just been -received by the
Governor, from Washinf-rt on :
The • Preitlent :Ma - General-in 'Chief
have jUst` returned front the army of the
PotOmae. The principle. operations
General Hooker failed, but there has been'
no serious disaster to , the - organization
and efficiency of the army.
It is Om; ocolipyilig its former Position
on the Rappahannock, having re-Crossed
the river without any loss - in the move- .
Not more than one-third of General
Hooker's force was en ,, av,4,(1.
Gen. Stopeznan's operations havelieen
braliant snecess. A part of his force ad
vanoed to.within two miles of Richmond,
and the enemy's c ommunications have
been cut in every direction.
The Arnly of the Potom-te will speedily
restuna offen:ic a operations.
(Signed,) EDWIN M. STANTON,
Secretary of War
Ve have reports that Gens. Keyes and
Peck have aavauced from Suffolk, and ta
ken Richmond; (which Stoneman report
ed' to- be undefended.) This is since doubt
ed. .Hooker re-crossed the river on Sat- .
untinV night, but found Lee gone.
. A Little- Good News.
We have a scrap of good news from
the West.- Grand Gulf has been Captured
and with it 500 prisoners and all, the guns
amunitioir and stores. Gen. MeClernand's
corps and Gen. Logan's division were, on
the 30th April, on the _march to Port
FrOm the army of the -Srsintier we learn
that Colonel Philips crossed the Arkansas
-- river on .the night of April 24th, and -at
tacking the rebel forces there,
them ands captured all their carap.equip
—A Philadelphia paper publishes what
it calls the dying • Confession of a Knight
of the Golden Circle, somewhere in Penn=
sylvania, in which the unhappy: . man lets
out the important secret that,';-.with' the
advance of General 'Hooker upon Rich
mond, the rebels intend to .evacuate the
place,- draw him into it, and- then, by la
rapid. tank miovement, get - behind hiM
and dash into Washington, and so on.=
This is an old story ; but at this day' it is
.a•ve.ry absurd one.
S - 0 - The better nations become acquhm
ted with. each other, the fewer will4 ,l be
their prejudices, and the more likely will
they be to loge and respect each_other---
Just so with Herriek*Allen'i . Gold Medal
Saleratus--the more you =know of it, the
.more you want to, and thenfore anxious
you are to have yntir friends' become its
patrons. 'lt not only makes the best‘Bis
.cuit,-Iltead 44:e. ; but it •::, - ,ires dyspePsia
and strengthens weak stoinachs. It has
no equal. Most of the Grocers, have it..
.A-" - CoPPE.BilliAn,"=We have found out
at las't what a, " Copperhead" is. • The
New York Post, speaking of a Kentucky
candidate for Congress, says be is "an op
ponent-of all the radical measares'of the
Here, then, we have-the definition of the
term: 'a copperhead, is'" an.opponent . of
.all-tile. radical 'meaSures of the adminiitra
tion ;" and their name is 'legion
sing a large majority of the Atherican
: Loya l k Democist.
IVe com mend the folloWing from the
Logan •county . (Ohio) 'Gazette, a sound
Democratic 'paper, as "loyal
which men the'most radical supporter of
the administration Cannot object. It goes
the whole pig, ana by endorsing every
word of it, in the seusOn which it was
meant, we hope to.escape hereafter the
mortification of being, called " Copper
head," Rebel 'Sympathizer," "'Butter
nut" and "Traitor !" If • we could add
anything to this confession of faith We'
would che'erfull.do it. If we could con
scienfiously. say - that - We _believe Greely
to be a christian,,John WV: Forney a pat
riot; and the Constitution a "league .with
hell," :we would do so; -but at this point
Our faith:fails us. The Casette says :
" become entirely convinced
that, the administration is the Govern:
ment;' we propose to express some truly
loyal views in truly loyal words:
" We hold that Abraham. Lincoln - is the
greatest statesman of the agef that he is
.. informed on all matters of Government -
. policy;cand especially conversant with the
iutrieacies of the tariff; that he is a very
handsome man, a very refined man, a tho
roughly educated man, and has all the
training requisite for a-successor at Wash
ington and Madison, in the executive
•We hold, Also, that the aforementioned
LinciAa is honest,' and that his adminis
tration is distinguished for' the integrity
of all its members, and their appointees;
that Welles. never gate fat contracts to
Morgan ; that Cameron never dabbled in
frauds;_ that 14tcker never made money
out of transparks ; that _Fremont never
speculated in Ati - Arian muskets ; that Sew
ard and Stanton-violated no law in mak
ing arrests; that the Constitution requir
-kid Blair to exclude Democratic` papers
from the mails ; and that Chase is sincere,
frank and manly in his conduct; wearing'
hiS heart on his sleeve,' never sayini - one
thing and meabing another; and withal a
pure national patriot, holding himself a
bove all sectional prejudices.
" We hog inorover,' that the conduct
j'of the war, has :heed .marked by a brilliant
series of the most wonderful•vietories, ex—
cept a few instances-of disaster, `caused
by such CapPerlicats McClell'an and
"We still believe that. this wicked re
bellion will be squelched in the original
ninety days, and that the only reason why
a few old women did not whip the rebels
before 'breagist, was because Fathe;:: - A
brahatn, in the kindness of his heart, (see
Tod on deserters,} failed to conscript
theta out of tender regard for age and
We doni believe that anybody's
hnrt, the crisis being purely artificial. • It '
1 is Our belief - that a large sum is more eas
tily prid than a larger one; and • we are -
sOre, froin personal experience, that it is
easier to pay when we have the means of
paying, than when we have not.
"Thenational debt we 'Consider a mere
trifle, as we havjbeen convinced, by an
arithmetical 'calculation, that our women
can 4.shui - ri it joitt Cow,.
"We believe, in the 'Union partil
that - is, -‘ don't believe it's a: party at
but devised for the pure 'and holy pur
-1 pose of putting down this rebellion, and
sating_ the best government in the world.
I Its leaders am all honest patriots, caring
nothing for office, except when it is fore
ed upon them,. Their motto is: 'To the
devil with- your 'offices! we are for our
country—our whole countrv : ---and our
; home is in the bright settiftliun 1'
," We are very much in favor of calling
Democrats 'Copperheads' ind." ] ' enemies
in our midst:: We think they all ought
to be killed. Burning at the stake would .
be eminently proper: Sharp pine splint
ers ought to be stuck into their flesh and
set on 'fire. 'No Union man should deal
with them except to take their - money—
nevernegleaing to call them traitors as
Isoon as they leave lie sore or shop."
LCCIDENT Iti CONNECTICVT,—It is
well known that, in the recent election in
Connecticut, soldiers who would vote . the
:abolition ticket were allowed to ka home
from the-arrny and vote. Some Democrats,
who were extremely anxious -to see home
oncei more, also pledge themselves to so
vote if they could be allowed to return
and see their friends.
One, by the name of Randall, having a
sick mother at Danielsonville, and wishing
to see her once more ere she should pass
from earth, -begged for a furlough, as a
starving child would beg bread ; and
at last, when all other :means had -failed,
consented to pledge himself to vote . . for
Buckingham. He came home; saw' his
dyitig mother ; went-to •Killingly town
meting; voted for Buckingham, as he had
ageed to ; and then stood up in the town
house and related these facts.---P4otstnouth
(N. 11- Union.
Union League Proscription.
Last week,_ when the Deinocracy, of
Hiintingdon - county assembled •in their
county seat, for, the purpose of holding a
Democratic - County ; Covention, the
Union Leagues of Huntingdon; circulated
a petition, and got Abolition names on it,
praying the commissioners ,not to allow
the Democrats,. to . hold- their meeting in
the conet. house. This shows the spirit
and:character. of the whole party, for such
is their conduct the Word, all over. If
this is not tyranny, then the world'has no
meaning. What honbrable, just, liberal
and high-minded man, of any ;degree of.
intelligence, can sustain such 'a party, to .
—At an Abolition meeting in concert
Hall, Philadelphia, dn_ Thursday evening
week, .a "Reverend" Albert N.: Gilbert
made a speech in:which,. he'said :—" This .
(is a war.fdr the Abolition of-slavery. • why
should we Icinger attempt to hoodwink
one another ? Why shotild we deity what
wo kriow to bei fact ? • •
At the residence of the brid6:s father,
in Gibson, May 4th, by Rev. Win: M. De .
Long, Mr. Jimuus HARRISON, of Binghani
ton, and, Miss lltLutY E., daughter of E. E.
In Rush, April 2, by Itiv. L Qray,
31 . 17. - 14L5IBERT PICKETT,
.of 'Aubtirn, - and
Miss MARIA A. WILLIAM, of Busk:
• By the same; April 30, Mr., Etasuk
BORN, of Rush,-'and .Mrs. C/TIIARINR- M.
LAti.v.., of same place. • . -
In Wysox ' Monday
. morning; May 4th,
after a short - but" severe illness, ADOSI.I4II
MOODY. Aged 76 years, .2 months,':and•
16 daYi.. All old citizen of our county •
and for a !orh period of our • Borough,
has•thus WI of yeses been summoned to
the rest of the grave. • A quarter of a con
tury'he has passed among us since he I
came from Connecticut, andhe has 'be- 1
come widely known and as,widely respect
edand esteemed. Ilifrgrasp was not soft
. itutit was faithful and:hearty. - His man;
ners were those learned in the school 'of
of anactiwe life—symptomatic of the hon
esty and sincerity of his disposition. A
'man of strong ins po werlut frame fit
ed .hinaor the rough labor or eiistence
and made him
_a worthy representative of
our honored pioneer 4 energetic, determ
ined, but possessed of a kind heart. We,
5h9.11 miss his familiar face, while those
who knew -14-)„best, will, with reason
mourn his-loss,' He has left behind him
many old lifelong- friends who will. not
forget him while they; burdened with the,
infirmities of age, basun wearily toward
that rest' which he has found—for We,
trust that Heaven lay at the end of 'those'
More than three "score and ten years:—
.Argus. , , - . .
April 24, ELLIE A. C-RuSER, aged 19
years,. ti mo., daughter of Henry and Jul
ia Cruser. This is :thafoOtb instance of' '
mortality which bad ocutirred in the fain-
ily of these bereaved 'paNuts since che-i
commencement of the year; a son-in -1.31w,- I
a grand-child, a son, and now Ellie, VaDse
lifesence in the little scirel will especi
be missed, because' of he delicate heath
for some time past, and Ikl- domestia#is.: I
position \Web" kept her
,i," tib -at home:..;-
With a heart loving relitzt e . Is - instruction,- I
leading her to the filitldul tiernsal- of the
word of God, a deep interest 'in the ' sab.
bath school andt other means of improv.e
ntent, she gave evidence of having ob- I
tained an 'interest- in the Redeemer of I
whose atoning love she woo went to read
and hear. On the morning of - the - day'of
her- death, -among other passages she'quo
ted, was that- w-hich the Revelator was
hidden to - write, "Blessed are the dead
which die in the Lord." It was spoken in
anticipation of the rapidly approachitig
hour of her dissolution, which she seemed
. to appri=thend as near at
hand than did thOse who anxiously watch
ed at her Side; To the writer, a few min
utes before - she breathed' her last, taking
.I his'. hand in hers and looking up with a
smile, bile said, "I mu going to . my Sky
iour." These were the last words she
sp' cite except to - ask for water, which be
ing taken, into the hands of that Saviour,
I we • believ'e, she yielded up her spirit..*
re - On and f tcr July Ist. 1863:the privilege of con
verting the pre ent issue of LEGAL TENDER NOTES
INTO - Tft E NA ZONAL ISLX PER CENT. LOAN (com
monly called - Eli.e-Twentiei") will cease. I
All 'who wish to Invest in the Five-Twenty Loan must
therefere . apply before the rst of JULY next:
JAV-cOOls. . Subscripti m Agent.
Nu. 114 South fill St. Philadelphia.
Ap. 14 '---.3m. -
Preserve your beauty, synimetry of form, your health,'
and mental powers, by using that gsfe, Pleasant, Pop
ular and Specific Remedy known as Ilelmbold's Extract
Nicht'. Read the Advertisement in another column,and
profit by It—diseases and 4ymptoms enumerated. Cut it
out, and preserve it. You may not now require it, but
may at some future day. "'lt gives health and Vigor to
the framc, and bloom to the palid cheek." It saves
long stitl6ing and exposure. Beware otcounterfeits !
Cures guar nteed. March 10-2 m.
SINGER & CO.'S
LETTER "A" FAMAY SEWING MACHINE,
- WITH ALL THE 'act= IMPROVEMENTS,
Is the best anecheapest and most beautiful of all Sewing
Machines. This machine will se* anything, froth the
running of a tuck ill Tarletan to the making of an Over
coat—anything from Pilbt or Beaver Cloth - down to the
softest Gauze or.GossamerTissee.and is ever ready
its work to perfection. It can-fell.hem, bind. gather,tuck,
quilt.and has a capacity for a great Variety of ornamental
work. This is not the only machine that can-fell, hem,
hind, andso forth, but it will do so, better than any other.
machine: The-Letter "A" Family Sewing Machine may ,
be had,in a great variety of cabinet cases. The Folding'
Case: which is now becoming so pOpular, is as its name
implies, one that can be folded into a box dr case. which
'when openecl,makes a beautifill,substantiaLand spacious
table for the work to rest upon. The cases are of every
imaginable design—plain as the wood grew in its- native
forest, or aselabOratelyilnished as artcan make them..
The branch offices arc all Well supplied with silk, twist,
thread, needles ; oil, etc., of theyery hnt-qualitv. ,
'Send for a copy of "Smelt &to.'s (/sent:."
I. M. SINGER it CO., .158 Brinulivdy, N. Y.
"Philadelphia Office. 810 Chestnut street.
READ„WA.TROUS & FOSTER, Agents in Montrose.
EDITOR Or DEMOCRAT E
MAIL '5lB--Witli. your perznission I wish 1.03 say to
`the readers of your paper that Twill-send by return mail
- to all who wish it, (free,) a Recipe, with' full directions
for making ard using a simple Vegetable Balm, that will
effectually remove, in 10 days.. Pimples. Blotches, Tan,
Freckles, and all Impurties of the Skin, leaiiug the
same soft, - clear, al:tooth ai beautiful. . •
I.will also mail free-to those having. Bald Heads or
Bare Faces, simple directions and information that will
enable them to start a full growtli of buxurient Hair,
Whiskers, or a Moustache, in less than 30 days. All ap
plications answered by return mail without charge: -
THOS; F. CHAPMAN, Chemist:
No. K 1 Broad Way, New York.
TO .Consumptives. • •
The &Wert - leer having been reetoied to health Ida few
weeks. by a very simple - remedy, after having suffered
several years with a severe lung affection. and that dread
disease, Consumption—is anxious - to make known to his
fellow-riifferers the means of cure. -
• To all who deeire it, he Will Fend a copyjof thepreserip
tion used ( tree of charge,) with the directions for prepar
ing.and using the same, which they, will and a sure Conn
for CONSUMPTION, ASTLIMA, BRONCHITIS, &c. The only
object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription lit -to
benefit the - afflicted, and spread information which' be
conceives to be invaluable, and hohopea every suffer will
try his - remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and nt, y
prove a blessing. Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Ap..6-3m Williamsburg, Sings county, N. Y.
ONE CENT REWARD!
ILAN -away from the subscrther on the Wth of March
Ia s t,.1 OS EPII OARY,iiti indentured apprentice td the
farming business. ' Whoever will return him to the un•
deraigned will receive the above reward. Ail persona
are forbidden to harbor or-tract him or Any account, as I
milt pay no debts oft& contracting after above date.
J'cEsup, Nay 5t1?,.1663. 3t*
nrin Baiton,:Massaehuseits, daring
the year 1862, there were air-cases in
which whitti women were married to col
NEW , FIRM .=
BAt.DWIN, ALLEN & BARNHART,
WEST SIDE OF PUBLIC AVENUE, • '
FLOUR - FEED,' SA:L77
9' FEED,' - S /
' Garden Seeds, s_ ,
Wheat, Clever, Timothy ik Flax Seed,
Peas; Lard, Candles ) .• '
PORE, RAJAS, L DREED BEEF, S
Syrups,., illola.sses aid Sugars,
TEAS, COFEEE, SPICES S BROOMS
AND NAILS.' •
Cash- Paid for Butter.
A:BALDWIN, WM. L. ALLEN, - P. BARNLIART
Montrose, Aprll.l4, 1863. N. '
BEST.: SEED POTATOES,
PRINCE ALBERTS:. -
• BALDWPI,,ALLEN & CO.
'Montrose, 'May lit, 1603.
WALL AND WINDOW. PAPER
4 new supply
PITCHER ND WICNWIfIE
RESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of M ontrose
and vicinity that they carry on the Blacksmith;pg
busi nets Wall its branches at the Shop lately oecm led
byltenry Clemons, on the plank road, near the attam
[ We will guarmitee to make ns good work, at as
reason tits prices as any shop in town.
Montrose„O. G. PLTCITER,
April 29tb, 1803.—tf - ALBERT WICKWTRE.
Y. 11. Bayer Bro'tillave made arrangements fox a qunn
-tity of thet,ocelebrated.morrers, and will , be ;happy to
reeive oiders from.those luttAiding to pureliaie at an
early a day pog • ,
A.pril.lB, 1863." .
r i s i=3.. -EL
Where,yen itre succor getting the worth of your•mon
-51, is at the •
SfO ir i a olElM COI •
TItE CERTAI* RISE IN
hasput wf on our guard, and we have lately laid in a larke
stock, which enables us to offer to our ettstomers, goof e
on equally as good terms as formerly,tonsiderLag thelati
AT, THE STORES OP
013ntteliberg,,'Aostubluni jf to.,
AT , -
Montrose, Zusla, County, Pa.,
Susquehanna: Depot, 'Pa:
OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK
Is Coralplet - 6,
We arc 'determined not to be outdone. either In prices Dr
qualities,- - and we will endeavor to give o u r cust4mere
all pqesible satisfaction. • . ,
In this branch our stock is - complete, And will be scold
ldwer, and' more tastefully finished than any one-horse
establishment, or any four-horse concern this side of N.
York City, feeble to offer or produce. We can assure the'
public that We s constantly employ the best cutters and
workmen to make up our stock. ' , •
VirGarments made to order -
• Of On the shortest notice.
larA. Good Fit"warranted or no sale. " •
In order lactose mama stock of
we Will eel' its eaten advanCe above cost: -
.PURNISHING:. , GOODS:
A . GreakStoek contently kept, and soldlowerthan the
Ite ' Senbannt
14.entrose, Jantary let, 1668.
s T ~
D . - AIRY
-vent have made arreitgemente to'send Better tO NM ,
11 York on OonsiguMnt or Contract, 'during the 1
season: We will furrdsk, pails free wall who are dear
roue of doing either .. To 'imam who want to sends we
will guarantee .the highai market pries _andprolept re
turas they paying 'freight andcommission. ,_ _ .
[$P We. will ' advance money . on ,consign Ma di
wanted, and bold oamelves responsible, - for - all , Butter
and Pails owned by dairymen and sent by us..' _ ,
, BALDWIN, Ag.LE.l 4 l' & BA . IIIIIIART.i
itiontroae, April 10th, 18e3. . ' - ' • -.
MIME sub ember having hennApipointed by the- Corn-
Liasslonti offelndons, NED QAT.; RXSMINKR , er,
large to ekamine and•give certgicates to alt entitled to
Pensions, will attend to all applititions that may be
presented o Wm, at:Mnntrose,Ta. Rooms a; J.'S. Tar
bell's Hotel. -. • . E. PATRICK.
• Montrose, Ap4U.6. - 1863.—tf •
• • . , .•
BOYD .4 - WOODRUF-F,
at. . RRY, ON . THE , . '
.NEXT HELOW SEARLE'S MOTET.. ALSO
NEAR nip METHODIST THITRCH. "
Nv - ELoc On hand
.iavol4mumappi n vst.
; Builders' Hardware of all kinds.
.Farmers" Tools . of lill Skids. --
• 4 •
Brass Ware. Porcelain Ware, Japanned and Plain Tin
Ware of the beet material. -
taints,. Oils, .Glasi l POtty, and - Sash.
Pumps,, Lead Pipe, Lamps, BirdTages, etc., &c. -
Terms right. - Remember, the Once. Tall and see us
Was. 11. norm ' t BOYD & WOODRUFF.
a. A. woonaurr. f Montrose, Ju1y22d,1802. -
ALL persona Indebted to the estate of Sling'. 31'Kune,
late of Harmony, dec'd, are hereby requested to
make immediate payment,end all persons keying chsims
against said estate Will present them forthwith to
C. L. BfIOWP, Administrator. .
Montrose, April 6,1863.-6 w .
MORTROSL SLID SC VOOL
Will open in Moritibie ; April'l2,lB63.
• P;'.1): HUNT, Principal. •
Bliss IJESSIE BISSELL,' Assistant;
No pains: will he spared to make the Schbol'worthy of.
patronage. - 1t will. be conducted upon the Normal bye
tem. No better opportunity for those qualifying them
selves for teaching can be offered.
TERIZWYEP..QtrARTPR OP 11 'WEEKS.
Primary Denrtment , , ....$2,00 to $3,00
Common Branches- 4.00
Natural Sciences, or Higher Mathenietica, 5.,00
March 31, 1863—tf • • '
THE. NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY ,
CONDUCTED BY ' - •
. Harvey,. Collins ,4Sc Braes, .
Government Agents and At.ornies, Washington; D. C.
Branch for Susquehanna County, condticted by •
L. F.- PITCH, Montrose: -
Claims presented and prosecuted before Congress, Court_
of Claims and the Departments, PATENTS.. PEN-,
SONS. BOUNTIES and ARREARS of PAY SECURED
•• The undersigned,"being now LICENSED by the GOV
"ERNMENT (and associated with this agency at Wash
ington for the purpose of expediting business,) will at•
tend promptly Wall calls in this Hue of brusiness.—lxdor
:nation rnxr,and cannon unless successful.
Montrose, )I'ch 12, 1863.--41 m - L. P. FITCIf. .
//r< is id c .
- - • i .a. H •
STH STRBE'r, PITTSPIIik,.:P4.
."-• Incorporated by Legislative Charter.
Being the only COMMERCIAL COLLEGE in the Union
• A PRACTICAL MERBRANT.
Have been.ddueated In the r Frincipleti and Practice.prall
the details or a bnatnesa education „from DUFF'S sys
tem of: .• • _
itED.C.kNTLLE BOOK-FEEPING. •
Awarded sour Silver 31cdals, and the sanction of the
highest 31ercantiler.Authorkties In the.country. .11s°,
" Ap_erfeet system for such books and accounts." Al
so Daff7s new system of •
: RAIL-ROAD BOOK-KEEPIND, , -
After the [Orme of the Pennsy = lvania Railroad. Also,
Duff new system of
PRIVATE BANK BOOR-KEEPING,
The Only one in use in the city. The above systems of
accounts are taught under the dally, supervision .of the
author, and, it is believed, to a degree of perfection-nev
er attained elsewhere:-
hr best Business and Ornamental Penmanship awarded
onr present Penman bYthc
United States Fair at Cincinnati in....
Penna. State Fair at,Wyoralng
Western Penna. - Fair at Pittstatreh --
Western Virginia Fair at. Wheeling •
and the Ohio State Fair at Cleveland ,
All of whlctotf-exhibited at our office.
• buff , .. , New ,Engrs.„yed School Copy Books.
rine cap; 24 pages each; 90100nta per dozen—the,
est Copy Book in use.
Business and ornamental' Penmanship, xvith new plates
and scales lay WM. DUFF, illustrating all the elements
of the • Penman's Art, the most complete instruotor
known. Elegantly bound. Crown quartO. Price $5,
post paid. •
Harper's Enlarged Edition of Duff's Book-keeping.
Price $1.50. Sold by Booksellers generally: •
For full particulars and for elegant new Circular, pp.
and samples our Penman's Business and Oripmental
Writing, enclosing 23 dents, to- ; •
T. DUFF & SON; Principals.
—Strangers will please inquire our reputation in the
city, where we are lnest known:, Jan. 1,1800. 6m*
FOU,'kDED IN IE4O
OVER SIX THOUSAND STUDENTS
TWELVE FIRST PRERIIVNS,
LARGE. & tapplurs
CLOVER & TIMOTR . .SEED
tOR SAXE Bit
. XX. 331:1'4 2 1.14.—Taur.
New ford, March 17; 180. 4wo_.
CRANGE of hours, eonimenelng Monday, Apr. 20th,
1863. lir:Malvin leave Great Bend, Pa., at about•the
following hours, yiz
WESTWARD BOUND. ' EARTW ARD BbIIND.
1. Buffalo Express,2:l3 p.m 9, N.Y. Express, 12:53 p.m
3, Night Express, 1:07 a.m 4, Night Expres, t. 14 a. m
, 6, Mail, at • 6:M3 p.m Steamboat .• BM p.m
17, 'Way Fieight, 12:50 pin B,' _ _ 9 : 81 Pan
21, Accottodation 9:68 a.m 16, - •• = 6,83 a. in
.20, Way Freight, .9:10 a.m
lay. No. 16 runsSundays,but
if Saturdays runs thro'
IIA'S MINOT;111en. Supt..
Nos. 3.4 and 9 run every
does not, run Mondays.
to Buffalo, but doeB not t
-• - NEW . GOODS!
. sissortment 7 of G O ODS,arriving'
. Cl - 3 )
BETWEEN DrAt: ThaPea tannin Ilikiewiter,and
Edward Howee in Brooklyn on FridayevenlngAN
Sfth, a black-511-4.LLE7 - contalulat some WU thPney,
and other papeia; Any one who whiroturn the semo.to
me will be liberally rewarded: • •
Brooklyn, April 25, '6. S. D. 1 111.W.N1EFD.
IC EN SSD AUC T 10 N - Ei
. • -.- sirrrow, ,
Hving taken out a Lief-nee for the purpoie s of cum
tioneering, and having had several years experience
in - the business, now tenders his services to the - public
in that capacity. None lint a Licensed Auctioneer can
act as inch, under a penalty of $60 . , See act of Congress,
July Ist ISM Sec's 5.0• .
Orders by mail promptly. attended to. Residence:
Priendavillo Pa. M. C. SUTTON.
April 4th, 1863. tf. • ,'
Now offers for sale one of the -largest and beit selections:.
of , - .
- .2 . .• . ' 0 ,0 . - .lii : - „..._
•_-•.3--.- .• .v..-
Ever offered in Susquehanna County. and probably coin:" -
prising the greatest variety.or most different articles of
any Store in . the Northern part otPennisylvania, and per-:.
haps of the entire State... An •assortinent is -kept in ,
about thirty different branches of trade, end the seleC-,
tions are made , from about forty of the hest Rouses 14.-I
Ndw York, and more than fifty Dealers and manufac.
turers out of New York. A large.proportion of the '
GOods are brought direct from the manufacturers. 'thus:
insuring genuine articles. Customers on entering the
.Stord =fat riot expect to find everything in sight, but
nearly every article wanted will be pro luced by inquiry. '
Some idea of the Stock maybe formed by the following
general outline, but enumeration is impractieshle,
-Drugs and Medicines, Paints and Oils. Dye Stage,
Groceries, Liquors, aockeiy, Glass Ware,-Wall and
Window Paper. Jewelry, Silver Ware,Perfumery,Enney.
Goods, Musical Instruments, Brushes, American Pocket
Knives, Table Cutlery and Silver Plated Ware. I.amini,..
Materials for Lights; Harilware, Bed Cords;Stone Ware;
Dry, Goods, Mirrors, Window • Glass. Lithographs. Yrit-* -
nlshes, Bird Cages, Spectacles. Whips, and Lashes, - •
Brooms. Guns. Pistols, Ammunition, Tobaocc sh o. Medi
cal and Surgical Instruments. Salt,' Sonp,-Pta 15m-•
hrellas, Porcelain Teeth, in short..nearly everything : to
restore the sick. to please the taste, to - dellgbt the eye.
togratify the fancy, and alto to conduce- to the real-and
The attention of the. public IS respectfully invited' tor
my stock of Goods, bought exclusively - for cash down,
and-will be said on t mita e ,principleforlow prices.
ABEL TERRELL. , ,
Mcintiose, JanuarY •
JAMES - It DEVTft
'ETAS removed his stock of Geode from the Lathrop
11 Building to the store formerly occupied by' 11. - C..
Tyler. next door to J. S. Tarbell's Hotel. where he 14 -
ready to sell Goods to his old friends awl tbe public; at
his well known •
A good stock alwayn on hand, consisting at
Nails,- Iron, Hardware,
Notioris, ppsh; OHS,
Fish, &c. &c.
All kinds of Produce at Cash Prices taken id, exchanito
J. R. DE:WITIP.
March 10th, IMI
HUNT BROS. & BLAIR
Wholesale t Refill Denleo
. BUILbER'S HARDWARE.
.111 NE RAIL, COUNTERSUNK cf: T RAIL SPIKES. •
RAILROAD DINING SUPPLIES.
CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES, SkEINS AND
BOXES,. BOLTS, NUTS and . WASHERS,
PLATED 'BxiNDS, .MALLEABLE
IRONS, HUBS, SPOKES,
. . _
FELLOES, SEAT SPINDLES, BOWS, &A •
ANVILS, VICES . ," STOCKS and DIES, BELLOWS;
• HAMMERS, SLEDGES. FILES, &c. &c.•
CIRCULAR AND DULL SAWS, BELTING. PAOLO( if;
TACKLE BLOCkS, FLASTER 'PARIS
CEMENT, - HAIR & GRINDSTONES.. -
FRENCH WINDOW GLAS S , LEATHER& FINDINGS.
-Scranton, March 24, I=ll _ ' Iy , :
The New Commercial Buildings are Located
opposite the Court House, corner of
- 'Court and Chenango Streets. •
This College is in no . way connected .with any .other
Institution. _ • • • ' .'. • .
The energies of the entire Fieulty - are exclusively
devoted to this. -
The design of this Institution is to • afford Young Men
_for acquiring' . -a . Tkorough; PI - 6MM(
.-* And FOrro— • arranged by pracli-
Our Books and FOrrds are carefully
cal accountants, expresFiy for this InStitution, Mid - th e
coarse of Inatruction is each as to combine Theory and
Practice. - - .
Ocolleg - late C/cma..vene. • ,
This course embraces Book-Keeping in all its dePart
ments, Penmanship.. Commercial Arithmetic BnilLeall
Correspondence; Commercial Law, Political Arithmetic,
Commercial, Wiles: Partnership Settlements, Detecting
counterfeited and altered bank notes,.ete. •
The Spencerian system of penmanship is taught in ail
its varieties, by the , most skillful masters of the art. •
, The 800k -Keeping department is wadi:rate special el
pervison and instruction of the Principal, D. W. Limns..
• - , - •
-Studehts can enter at •any time. No vacation. 'Usual
time to complete , the course, from Bto 1:1 - weelte. Assia
tance. rendered to graduates in procuring situations:
Grridantes'are presented with' an elegantly engraved
Dipidma: • .
- For catalogue of'7o pages,-specimens of penman
ship, &c., enclose-two letter stamps, and address
: .•D. W. LOWELL,
octls 611 lylsc - , Binghamton, N. I",
T quaiws Ptiro Timothy Pmed, for sale b •
ABEL TU •
blotitiose, *rob il, 1883.
FM Beet timiirtet;eonetantly on baud, and at alio*
a emember price ad it tall, btojbtatned of any Dealer in town: ,
• Turrell'e Drug Store. -
LI.Q'AJO - ' . :5 1 .4. : :0, • -,'
Q Different kinds of Wines and Liquors, comprising
3kr ,nearly every kind in any market. warranted
ror vale at usual by ' , • • ABEL T