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• Arrest of C.__
~ Vallandigham ; . i •ILICINSED:AIeTIOI4Eift ,
-. NATt_t have not been . among - _those who . - ,-- lit. c. SUTTON,,
adtniredi and, approved the Course of this 1
ti ir - T,' 1
,I, P ,Vrn, ,e • n ,"„‘,tt a t ? I ' 'il ;T el ?‘;. e tt s ft :. "1 71 1 :c71;_ F e x
p n ‘r r i a Ze
U.dent:A and' bold young' Democrat anu tn filo lim•iiie l Nnowsi. lN pilitrlo. ' e r d e n r? it.i;;o Aw ‘ pu L blic
statcsman. , , wh en . we say, we were. not
i. i , l :.t t a t i;( l .ll t i a--e i l i t i r d . er o p t e lv ii rz:, ;! 1, 4 V7 c.. 1 ge o tlv o c i e ti f ro c::
oneoatisudmirers, We mean the measures, !Iti ( ! ) .Y i l::t. 18 ; 1 . S(' o4 t ; 5. 9. , .
he proposed, not tiro'inan; for wini could: To : ,,,t, re, vi ty:l . - au pcynptly 4 , lttendl a l
, 6 n t g e hr:
help admiiin ,-, the 'open, fearles4,Teandid A iV il 7 th , 4 1 4 4 . ii• . ' •
n. - .
Manner of the nittn—so far above the gro; - , . _. .
vellitigc sneakittg, cowardly- nature •of his
Inaligners ? We did not approve the pol
icy he proposed, and our readers will bear.
us witness that our - columns-have neither
contributed - 0 the eirettiation of his views,
mot' to the ringing of the praises 'chanted
by thousands oftongues ,and eloquently
repCated by.a_large Portion of the Demo
cratic press. : Wu have simply let, hint a
ione,-to work, out ithe - salvation of the
Union in his Way; if he. could, Contenting
onrselve - s - with - .giving utterance to the
doctrines and Suggesting the measures we
thought, beSt, to accomplish that end, and
protesting against and combating what we
'thought unwise or imprudent. We are
esteemed radical by many—Mr. Vailaild
ighaln- Was too radical for us. ,
•I I.3ut . We have 'always Believed his motive
and.his objects to be patriotic. _However
,he may - have been in his views,
the charge of treason preferred against
him li r ir his political enemies is both mali
cious and,absurd, and conies with a bad
• grace front •men who advocate Ilvectitiire'
violations of the - Constitkion and declare
that the tTni:on as it was, shall never be
- restored with lateir consent. -Mr. Valland
ighain is - not made of the stuff that - enters
so largely into thccompositien - of traitors.
He is a bold,fearless, high-minded Man,
above stratagem -and intrignewhich a
traitor ispot; and we should_ search the
secret recesses -of the White House, the
stately mansions of some of the ' Cabinet
officials, :I.l4d:other Men high in authority,
rather than the ainieile of Vallandigham,
for evidences 'of.treasOn.
Such, is our opinion of Mr;Nallandi
•_ghtirit. As centrasted with 111,1 rkwilers
he stands, in our estimation, almost spot
-less. I3ecanse We do not concur with him
In opinion, it do - es not follow: that we
should ; ---now that the hand of arbitrary
- power - lias,fidlen upon him, and. he is a
captive; in prisen and -surrounded with
bayonets -- turn . bitterly against him, and
join - in the general shout of abolitionism
for his crucifixion: That is not our way.
In the hour cif his prosperity we have him
no aid, no encouragement-p-beeause we
did not think he was acting ;wisely. - Now •
'that he 114 s been seiie,d—ntstt. by the pro
'eesiorcivil law, I) ut by military authori
ty—not in the face of day, but in the
di hi:l - less of night, and hun ied away from
his hone under a proceSS that should nev
e:l.-be acknowledged by a free people_ as
long as - the admimstration•of the Civil law
is ..unobstructed—we Fire.free to say that
Bye feel it a duty incumbent upon us to
standby him, and see that he receives at
least justice from the administration 'that
has taken upon itself the responsibility of
his arrest, as well as of the manner in
•We have a right_fo ask, in the first
place, " with.what Crime is Mr. Vallatidi-'
glum charged':"_ In the second • place,
was the necessity for a military ar
rest, at midnight?" _And' in the.. third
plaee, "that, he shag have a .veedy, trial,
_and by hii peers, in' a civil court." ,
Tire whole country is sick of witnessing
arrests without charge; imprisoment
out - a bearing, - and discharges without ex
planation -or trial.
No administration; not utterly imbe
cile ,cowardly' or depraved, would be
-guilty of such proceedings,' and no people
fit to be free will long patiently submit to
. them. '
If Mr. Vnllandigham,has been guilty of
any offence against the laws of the Unioo,
of the State - 43 f Ohio, or the military or
'ders of the - General - commanding in the
district, let 'him be, tried, and if convicted
on,impartial testimony, let him be h+-
ed be has committed treason, it' he
has entered into any combination for un
lawful purposes, if he is a conspirator a
, gainst the government, he should pay the
penalty, whether it be -death i
ment. But let him be .fairly- tried and
.would not screen
him from punishment, Oguilty, if We'had
the power todo-so--wc would not even
crave the clemency, of the government in
behalf—but in the name a_ 3snStiec
-end- Humanity,- let him have fait and sliee-.
dy trial and be.Pronounced.guiley,:under
,the fbyms'of law, before branding him
With triple's which he maynot have: coni
-mitted, and asking for his itlimotation
while there is a possibility of his inno
cence. • - .
'A week` ago -the Ohio radical was, in
the opinion of many, a great drawback to
the success of the national Democrapy----
. to 7 morrow,'unlesS justice be-done him, he
May }wove a - thorri hi the side of the - ad
ministration; or an Old -kan "of the Sea,
whom they..eannot shake off,..and who will
rids them to death.—Patriot ti? Uniop.-
LACKAWANNA & BLOOMSBeR6
jN and altar April 20, 1863, - ,l'ay.engar. Trains will
O run as fOIIONV
• ~, . 110VING SOITTII. •
Lowe Scranton, at 5.30 a. m. 31.00 a. in. .....
t• 'Kingston, at 6.40 Arrive 12.30 p. m.
uupurt. at . 8.55
" Danville, at 14.20 a. ni. ' ' .
Arrive at Northumberland, 9.55 .
Leave , Northinn4mriand 4.30 p. in.
'• • Danville, .5.10.:
" Rupert, . ' • 5.45 .
" Kingston, 8.05 " 1.45 1) , i n ,
Arrive at Scrwit?n, . 9.10 p. in., , 3.:t0 1 ,, i „,
A passeoger train also lea.yes Kingston at. 8.20 a. in. for
Scmutonlo connect with train for N'ew York. Refor m _
ing, leaves SerantottAm arrival of train from' New York,
at 4.20 p. in..-
- , Pakliengera taking train South from Scranton .at 5.130
a.m., via. Northumberland, reach Ranleburg.l9.Bo p.m.
ilattlitiore 8.30 p. m.,,Washington 10 Ir. in.. L 'Via Rupert
"duty reach Philadelphia at '7.00 n m. • = --
, • GEO. B. Hurt Fol.
NiAgaton, Ap,lllB, 18M. , l . " • . •
• - T4t.el•CoiSeil.o..-
Tn Best Inmarket. constantly on band and at stslcm
aprier as it can be obtained of any Dealer in tow-i
OrEenientbur , • Tarrell's Drug bture.
A Bti L 'rull-RELL
Now offers for pale one of the largest and best:mkt:thins
of ; • , • -
PVer offered in. Surintohan 11:1 Cotinty,lllliii probably-com
priin!, t he greatest. variety or most different articles- of
any Store um-the NorOtern,ptul of Penn sylv ania. and per
fiaps of the entire qtate. , a , kortmat is kept in.
about thirty different blancher of rrsile. arid:the selec
t ions are made from about forty of the best Douses in
'New York, and more than fay Dealers and Mailiffac
turers out of New.;yorle large prop.mtionOrthe
Goods are lionmin :direct from the manufacturers, thus
insuring genuine artleleS, •Cnstoniers on entering the
Store Must not expect to Mid - everything in sight, hat
nearly every art icle„wanted will be pro bleed by - inquiry.
Someliden or the stock may he formed by the following
general nutlt io. but enumeration is
Drug? . and Medicines, Paints and Oils. Dve Stuffs,'
Groceries. Liquors. .rockery, :Glass Ware. Wall and
Window Paper, jeWelry, SOerWare,PerfuMery, Bailey.
Goods. Musical Instruments. Brushesl Ameribin Pocket
Knives. Talin Cutlery and Silver-Plated Ware,' Lamps,
Materials for Lights, rfardWare. JIM Cords.Stiine Wtz1;1!,
Dry Goods. Mirror,', Window Glass, LithograPs. Var
nishes, Bird Cages; Spectaeles, Whips, And. Lashes,
Brooms. Gnus, Pistols, Ammunitum, Tobacco, Medi
cal and Surgical Ipstriiments,• Salt, Soap, Pottnih,
brellas,Por, - !elth Teeth. in short nearly everything. to
restore the sick, to please the taste.to - delight the eye,
to gratify the fancy, and a tiN3 to cotOuel to' the real and
luthstantial comfOrts.of life. • •
The attention of the public is respectfully invited to
my stock of goods, bought exclusively for cash - down.
and will be fold on the same principle for low prices.
ytantrosk...Jap irtry- l st.lSt3.
JAMES R. REWITT,
IT AS removed his stock of Goods from Ike Lathrop
11.1. Iluddinglo the more formerly occupied by If. C.
Tyler. next door to-T. S: Tarbell's DWI; where he I
really to sell Goods to, his old friends and the public, at
his well known
A zood stock always on hand, consisting of
DRY GOODS, :
1 4=r 17:6 CO Mil. sirlo S " .
Nails,o Iron, Hardtvarp,
NotiOns, - Sash, Oils, 4.1
Fish,- 46. &c.
All of Produce :1t Cash . Price= taken in exchange.
HUNT BROS. & BLAIR
Retail .lealurs in -
, I'2 42.1041114
• BUILDER'S HARDWARE.
MINE COUNTERSUNK ,f•T RAILSPIEES.
' 1AI1710.41) d, MINING SUPI'LIES.
cusra.4 GE SARI:A - OS, AXLES, SKEINS AND .
BOXES,. BOLTS, NUTS and lIII,SHERS,
PLATED BANDS, MALLEABLE ,
• IRONS; nr.-ns. ,s•nem - Eq,
FELLVES„ . .S.E.t7' SPINDLES, BOWS. (fr..
ANVILS, 'VICES, STOCKS and DIES, BELLpWS,
HAMMERS . , - I..,E'DOES,.FII,,ES,
CIRCULAR AND MILL SAWS, DfLTIXG, PACKING.
* TACKLE 'BLOCKS, PLASTER PARIS .
- • C.E.MET. HAIR 4- pRINDSTONE:,„
FRMNCII LE_ATHEINt; FINDINGS,
Scranton, March 21, 18413. I y
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is .-, . v LIN , :
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.Cersmeroial Buildiagi are Lo cated
opposite the Court. House, corner of
Court and-Chelan& Streets.
College Is in n6-‘yay Onuectea with any . other
The c , iierries •of the entire Faculty are exclusively
deVoted to this. • •
The design of , this tnseitntien is to atiord'Young Men
an v . ppottunitv-Ibr acquiring ,u Thorough, Plyotical
Btattie4f Eduixrtion. . .•
Our 'Books. and FOrms - are carefully arranged by practi;
cal accountants!, eNgress)y for this ,InStitution, and. tho'
mass of Instruction is such as to combine Theory and
Cc>l3.o4l.lxto" Colli .
'~ his course embrace& flook-liceping in all ittidepart
mtmts. Penmanship'. tiommeri:ial Arithmetic. Enstr.Ost,
Correspondence. , Commercial Law, Political Economy,
Commercial Et h Part n p Set tlements t Detecting
counterfeited and altered bankuoter,
The Spcncerian system of pcumunebip Is taught bail .
its varictici, by the most skillful , masters of the art.
• ThC.Boolt-Seepingdepartment is under the special su- •
pervi6ou and instruct i on or t heTrin Opal, D. W. LowELL.
GeztOX•al. =pros aistsoss
Studeute can anterat any lime: No vacation. U6uar
time to complete the course; from ti to 12 weeks.' e
tande rendered togradttatee in procuring situations. •
Graduates are-prose/add with an cler.intly 'engraved
--• • -
• t.V — leor catalOgue of pagee, specimetql of penman
:hip, cucloae two letter.etampe, and addreFs
D. W. LOWELL,. •
D.lngliamtod, N. Y.
PATENT MEDICINES ,
A N efforrwas made to make allst of Patent Madi
tines for sale at Tamil's Drug• Store,' but it was
found too lengthy for publication, Perhaps it calf be
sufficient to say, that neatirevery Lind in nny ltutrliet
or ailvertiked,in Newspapers, may be" found - at the Dru
and Variety Store of ABEL
Montrose, March 24, 180.
-6..1 Wiferent Pr4i9l,
iiearly eveiy MIA inahyluarket.-,warrauteapure.
For tale 4p usual by. - ABA, 71.1.1111tELL.•
Gi^iaptuheue, calAtler, latrip oil, -
cm' 3E034L •
LtLi!it i thae,:litt ed e,i'n' e r: l ;itvga;
coat l! co: mar. ,a, v crimp-gareoatt
31,46pArsr Deb err, and would bo•hTpY,to. ee 'hit old
frieudn, r receive their ordeni; wide wow ill-execute lu
the very beat minneeltibis ahseuee , • .
LOZ,DERU&CIi, GILBERT it co,
- 1:3 ark Row, N; Y.
1 The valtiines binina eiinstitute ofthemselyeiailbrary,
-of miecellancothe reading such as cannot be found In the
same compass in any other publication Hutt .hint conic
Grateful fOr past favors, the subscriber-would most i
under our notice. —Poston Courier. .
respectfully call the attention of all prompt, paying Mei, The most popu lar . monthly In the wOrld.—Wete York'
chants and Traders, to the above notice. ,Ordain for ot wrcer . •
Hardware will be received here, and forwarded (gap- We must refer in terms-of eulogy to the MO toneand
proved.) except during the 'Months of April,, may, Sept.; I varied excellences of Harper's Mng azine—A .iptirindWitil
and Oct. During these mouths he will he most happy to N a monthly circulation a about 170.(X10 tfoples—iti`whnle
ice. hisTriends and serte them utla Park Row, N. ILork. ; paes are to be found some of the choicest liglitand gew.
Respectfully. - . M. C TYLER. .1 er a] reading of the day, We speak of this %York - as an ey-
Montrose, Feb. lilt h,1863. . - I idelice of the American People ; and the pimularity it
' . .
Jan. Ist, 1863. 4i
Seed Pota t oes for Sale.
(300 bit.hils •or Goodrich's seedlings coinprlshig
the riillowing varieties.
Garnet Chili, Cuzco, Central City, - Csllao, and Pin - keit
Rust ycoat.. . -
AlSo 50 bushels of Early 'Junes. Price .$2.50 per' bbl.
delivered, at the Pittston depot. The bbl. to contain 'a
ninny of ilie sorts as you choose: Packages ores& sort
sent by mail post paid at 2.1 chi. each. .. .
,r.:"*""Clisli to accompany dill orders. 'Reference . g iven n
'P. SCTTON, Ransom, La& Co.,Pa.
3 April 14th, Itl iii; Ow .
NEW MILFORDI - -
j p- 0 v o iv 2 ?to
understgled would Inform ihepublie that he 0, in
1 caries on the Foundry in New Milford Borongh, near
the , corners, • I have onhand ? indent-continually manu
facturing, ' • • -
PlOws and Mow Points,
And JOB WORK finished on short notice. All work
warranted to:be good nurAerial and finish.
t J. S. Tpi'GLEY.
New Mil tord. A pri 1)-08ti:). , •
NATIONAL COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
S.'E..corner 7th & Chestitut-ets,
3P1XXX.446-1:0301.2 . 11 . MAL; N:Des,
This'is One oldie TEN Colleies ionstituting the Na
tional Chain. located in Philadelphia, New . York:City
Brooklyn. Albany,- Troy, Butralo,. Cleveland, Detroit
Chicago, awl St, Louie:
Scholarships• issued by any one of these Colleges ate
good for an unlimited time.
The. Collegiate Course,
'EmbraceS Boolt4eeping for erei7 variety of husiness. in
its most adproved forms.—reurnanship. the celebraced
Speneeriaa systent,-LCommereial Calenlations.Coininpr
Thaselnstittitionsossess a national reputation. and
. guarantee greater facilities forYireparaing yon,ng tnen'for
Abe ditties of the counting house. and business genetallk,
titan any_ otter similar schools in the country., • •
lias,been recently enlarged it 4 re-furnished ina supe
rior putnner„Mut ithlow the i a rgesttutd most .prosperoug
Commercial Institution in the State. Its well,known
thorough course of instruction, the long practical evert
ene e of the Prin cl pa 64,an d sup er ior accout' odat ion s,oll'e r
unequalled Inducements to young men whO wish to He
mline the best preparation. and the best introduction to
tlM.husiness world. ' • • -
Diplomas awarded, and graduates reccommended to
business men. ,
PRACTICAL. TIXT BooKs.—Bryant . gtratteara BOOIE7
Keepinc:. three edition 3. •--Conunon school, price 15 eta..
nigh school, itt.111,.• and Counting. lioui , e.—Rryant and
StrattotOiConunelCial Arithmetic. ti,efißryant Wes
Commercial L 3 .117; $1.50. Anj p 1 these 'books sent by
mail, on receipof price.
r4r.S'end for Artr eatalopte. contalaina fell particulars.
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decly pw2o " • - Philadelphia, Pa.
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ineortiarated by Legislative Charter. •
Being the pnlyCOlßLFZe u l c .n; VIIII3EIn,tho talon
A PRACTICAL MERBIIiNT.
'OVER SIX. TROIISAND STUDENTS'
Have beciteducated in the Pi'netlike and Practice ofidi
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CiIEIiCANTILE BOOK-KEtPING. -
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• • • ,StEA3I.IIOAT ROOK-HIM' PING,
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Duffs new system of •
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After the terms' of the Penrisylvinla Ratio:tad: Also:
Dun new system of
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The only one in rte in•the city. The aho.ve gyetems of
aecounte are taught under the daily snpervielon of the
hnthor and, it is believed, to a degree or perfection nev
er attained. elsewhere. ' .• • ••
' - TWEIIVE. FIRST PREMIUMS,
fdr,bett Business and Ornabiental Penmanehip awarded
; I . -• ourpreaent Penman by the • ' - --.--
Vnited State* Fair at Cincinnati in '' 18110.
Penna. State icaleat Wyoraiug - - - IMO,
Western Penna:-Fair at Prttoburnit •--...,.15tin.
Western Virgi nia•Fairat Wheeling • 18410.
and the Ohio SMte,Yrtir tit. Cleveland - ' ...ital.
• . All of which. are exhibited at our ofdee. ~,
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Fine cap, 2! pagei4ach, 90 bents per•dozen—the cheap
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Business and ornamental Penmanshipovithnewplates
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For full particulars and for elegant new Circular. pp.
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• —Strangers will please inquire our reputation in the
city, where ,we are best known. • Jan . .l, 18a 6in* •
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p: -- d - jZCA:
DEL, & WESTERN R. R.
. The Passenger 'Trains of this Company now run to
and from Binghamton as follows f • •
L E EAVE BINGHAMTON-at 0:45 a. in.; connecting at
SCRANTON -with the Lackawanna .& Bloomsburg Ran
Itoad for Pitthlos, Wyoming Valley, Kingston and
Wilkes-Barre ;• at •
1101 - 01 T. with the Belvidere Delawate Railroad for PLh
ll ilpsburg, Trenton and l'hiladelphilf; and at"
- FUNCTION, with trains on-the Central Railroad 4 1 'N.
- -:drarsor;.for Elizabeth, Newark; and lies;v:Yorki
for Easton, Bethlehem, Allentown, Idinich Chunk,
Readingand Harrisburg.; Striving at • - •
IVEW York 5:30, Phllad'a 8:00, and Rairlaburgi3;os p.m..l„A
L . , , . . ,
EM T;SEW-YORK;foot of Corirtland•mi, at 8:00 a.m.;
Philad'y. foot of Walnutst, at 6 a.m.,connectlng at
„ . .
Q CBANT . C.N. 'with Lackawanna &Bloomsburg B. B.for
O. Pi ttaton, Wyoming Valley, Kingatrinniad Wilketbarre
and arrive at Binghamton 7:2_11p. ru..c.caini?ctlnk with
. Night Express U est on the Erie Railway. and trains
leaving Binghamton next morning for Cortland, Bo
nier. and B.yracuse. - .
lnS t; " Thialßoad paelies thro' the Lackawanna CoalTlard,
and the.celebrated.pehtware Water Gap! ' .
AN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
tearca Scranton for. Great liend'at ft:ho a. M.:ronnuTting
• at that place trith Day Expresu West on the ERIN
• Railway. and thus forming a direet , conneetion with
Trains on the Binghamton it Syracuse Railroad;
Returning iCaVtif great Bend at *lUandarrirea at
• Serantyn +AO ni. , • . •
• ' , • 4011iN RRISBIN, Suieriiitendent.
R.A. HENRY; Gen; Ticket Agt. (Scranton, _
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make of Silver Plated Ware. Eacir article is warranted
tote ar represented.
:Fr Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired mid satis
faction guaranteed. • JACOR HARLEY,.
• ‘• (Successor 4olitauffer & Hurley.)
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. BONNETS, RIBONS, FLOWERS, .
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.or to :s
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CLASSICAL: & NORMAL
S. S. HARTWELL, B.A. Principal,
Experienced i& Competent Instructors.
The Whiter TerM commences .on
- day, 31.grch 2ml, 186., .
TUITION PER TERM OF WEEIC9.
Ent lA, from
Latin, Greek and German, melt
- Efriglii‘h;; with one lan:nage • • T. 50
—No bill for the 'Owen Ftndies shat: exceed ' 000
Mimic on the Piano - 8 op
Übe of Instrument - ' • • 1 :1 00
dednction for absence except, iii cares of protracted
or by special agreement.
Board cantle obtained from. $2,00-to 11,2,50.. per week. '
Papita wiphing to board themsels'es din -And - good
rooms at moderate chargea.- 'For further particulara ad
drear. the Principal, at. Montrose.. Pa... '
r.' READ; Seery.
Teb.l7, 1862..• tf
• ERIE -RAILWAY.
C TIANGE.mf hOllll4. COMMeriCill'i ltimiday, 'Apr. `: oth.
1861 Trains wiltleave Greia Bend, ra., at about the
foll Owing hours, viz:_ ' ',' - -
WESTIVAIIO- 110,1 1 N11. • I EA4TAVA.RD DO I LTNIX
1; Buffalo Express,2:lBp.m 1 2; N.Y. Express, 1:1%16 p.m
3, -'Night Express, 1:07 a.m 4, Night Expres, 2:14 a.m
5. Nuil.tit - • 6:53 'p.m .6; SteambMit ••• 8:33 p.m.
17. Woy-Frtfighi• 72 : 5 0P•r 3 Ji. - • 4 - . . - - 9 : 51 P•IT
21, Accoicoclation, 2:5f4a.m 16, 20 way rr,aight , , ,
it 6 ,1 0.1 1 1.:
lay.. No. 16 rulisSundays.but
3 of Saturdays runs thro'
to Dunkirk. . ' .
WS -MINOT, Gen. Supt.
Nos. 8, 4 and 8 run every
does tint inn Mondays. f..To
to Buffalo, but doeanot run
'IVO. 37 PARK' ROW.. New York. and 6 State Street,
•11 Boston, arekiniakents for thillfentross Ikmorra,tin
those cities, and are authorized to take advertisements
an/subscriptions for us at oariowest rates.:
, •:. .
FOIL All Kinds of Machinery, for dale trON" "
A generak asaertment. of GOODS, arriiltr , _at . -
• • I'S
• LARGE 1 3 g t*PX I O II ..
1111YE11 - -::- . =-:S EED
Fall SALE BY
New Milford, March 17,1643.'d‘e*
FRANKLIN kITARE, NEW YORK.
-•TitE • 1.,
Tho Grilit ericanitentedies,"
. .'lE,nci n t t siteltittni*Adtti -
GENUINE P PEA RATIONs,Viz:
•‘ •,•• SARSAPARILLA,
" IMPROVED nosz \VASIL
liEratßOilleS" • myna PitnaltATlON,
"Ilighly.Coneentrated" Compound •
X173.1.11..i.ci1. • Mac.' tx-szcet„' 3Etiatooks...u.,
positive.find tipecitic Iti nicely toidiseasea of lite
liidueyq Gravel ilia - Dropsical
This lliedicine increases , the power of diitestion. nnd,
excites the absorbents into healthy action: by which the
watery or CaietTolll4 'dil , j)mitions; and all-nunat twat en
largements are red iced. as ns pain and indamation,
and In good for men, women or children. •
r ~ ,
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Pon - NyEAKlqgssgs - . .
Ar'isbti , from, 14:xcesses •
ITabits of Dissipa
tioa, Early Iptbseretion,,or Abuse,
- Attended with the felltmins - symptoms :
Indisponition to Exertion. Loss of Folier. •
hoes of Ilienfory, DiMenity of Breathing, •
Weak Nerves, • Trembling . , • •
Horror of Disease, Wakefulness,
Blinn IMS of Vision: Pain in the Back.
Universal lassitude of the Flushing of the Body,
'Busch tar System, 'Eruptions on the Face,
Hot Hands, 1 1 Pallid Countenance, .-
Dryners.of the Skin.
• These symptoinS, it &lel:veil to goon, which this med
icine invariably temovils, soon follow ‘.
IMPPTENCY, FATUITY, 'EPELEeTIe FITS
In one of , which the patient may expire. Who con saY
that they are nut frequently roliowed by those ”,direfol
diet:twee," . . _
• , .. .
Insanity and Consumption. -_
:Many are aware or the cause of their entitling: hut
none will confers. The records of the insane arylutus
and the inciancholly• deaths by Consumption, bear arn
nle.witness to.the truth of the assertion. . -
TIM Uonsttfution, • once affected :wait ot
• , ,
.• - mranie weakness, ' - - ;
Reryiltrea the nid of medicine to, atretiohen•and-invigoi
ate thc.sy.tem, .which 11E1.11130LW$ EXTItACT
elliT invariably dote. A trial will convinee the . tito.4
Females, 'Females, Females,
Old'Or young, single, narrietl; or Coideni
"- plaiing marriage,
In many affectioho peculiar to Females the Extract
chu is unequalled by any other remedy. at. in Chlorosis
or Retention. Irregularity.. Pahtfultn*s, or Suppres!.ion
of the Customary Evacations. Ulcerated or Sehirronsl
state . ot the Uterus. Leuchorrhea or Whites. Sterility.
nd for all complaititsincitlont to the sex. whether arcs,"
ronl-Wilinrotion, Habits 'of Diewittat ion, or in the ,
DECLINE OF.• C RANGE OF LIFE.
NO FAMILY sgori.n B} WITTICiET IT
Take uo Balsam, Mercury. or uPpledgant: medietne for
uniilea!taut aua dangetow , direps.Fo..
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT - BUCHU
CURES SECIIET DISEASES
In alltheir stages : at little expenite ; ilttic or no change
irdiet, no 1111X)11VCCIICIICe, , I, •
AND NO EXPOSURE.
It causes frequent deSire. - and gives strength to-Urin
ate. thereby romOving obstructions. preventing and cu
ring Strictures of the allaying pain and inflam
mation, sn frequent in WI; class 111 diseases. and expell
ing Poisonous. diSeased, andtvorit-out matter.
Thousands opon Thousands
WHO HAVE BEEN. THE VUTUK
(Zit:l'49.oSM . •
And who have paid HEAVY FEESio he elated Ina ohort
time. have found they were dkeived.. and thafthe •• Pot
•on .7 has, by, the me of" Powerful 4atringenta. - been
dried np in the tyttcm, to break out in an agoavatel
PERHAPS AFTER DIARRIAGE.,
HELMBOLD'a EXI I RACT BUCHU
For allkffutkonit and Dileases of .
'The Itrinary Organs,
Whether existing in XI ALE Olt Flollll 4 E.froni %AM ever
capPke origipating. knd no matter. ; .
• OP HOW LONG STANDING.
Diseases of these Organs 'require the aid of a_ Dluietie
HELMBOLD'S , EXTRYCT BUCHU
P - DIVItETIC: .•
And ilt Is, certain to have the desired effect In all Vs.
en eP, for which It. its Tel:ow/landed
BLOOD !' 'l-00.D,1',:8-L44A.1
Ile)ritbolfyis Highly . futicentrnted Comp9tind -
. 1 • . • • .
. . .
This is an uffeetion of the Blood, and attacks the Sex
ual organs, Linings of the -Nose; Kars, Throat, Wind
pipe. and other. Mucus Surfaces. making !di 4pearan'ce'
in the form of Ulcers.- Belinhold's'Extract - Sa rtutparril
hi purities the Blood 4 and *moves all Scaly '.lgruptiOnsOf
the Skin giving, tothe Complexly') a Ulear and .Healthy
Color. It beingprepared expressly for this class of com
plaints: itsillooc-Purifying Properties ara.preservid to
welder extent than any other preparation of - Sart:4,a._
$2 to 6.00
lielmbold'cßose Was h . •
A n excelidut Lotion for Ditteases of a Svphilitie Nature.
and as an injection in liiticattes "of tha 'Urinary Organs,
arising from habits ordisipation. used In connection,
with the Extracts Buchuatild Sarsaparilla, in such dis
eases as recommended: • .
' I.:sideticeot.th - e - mostrespottsibleandrelliddethartiefCr
will accompany. the medicines—
. CERTIFICATES- 01 4 CORES.
nom eight -to twenty yearn standing, with. flames
••knoWn Acience and •
For Medical Propertkes orDUCHE,see Dispensatory of
See'ProfeKoirDEWEES' valuable wort; on the Pram
Bee of Physid. • • •
See remarks made by the lite celebrated Dr, tnrsic
of Philadelphia.- • • ' • - -
See reinaiks made by ,Dr. - EP1111.4131 McDO WELL; a
celebrated Physician, and meintair attic Royal 'College
of surgehni, Ireland, grid published in the T`nuusactions,
of the King auddtlicen's Jhurnal. •
See edico-Cirurgical Review, published by Benjamin
Trauma; Fellow of theßoyal College of Surgeon*, •
See most ottlie, late Standard works on
ETERAM DUCAL ; 00 PER ROTTLB 011 Eiti*or $5 00
" Sansamtmu./t,l 00" • 500
Ihroyuh,Rosu Wasu;• 50 " •,* 2 56
Or Halfdortrtorlitch for $l2 . 00 ; which • will tie ,anffi
clout to cure the motitobstinate cases, if dlrections are
atlikered to._ ' " •
`M - Detteribe symptoths In all comintudrations. Curbs
-fitaranteed. AdVice gratis.
' ;• AFFIDAVIT. •• -
• Personally appear before mean Alderman :of. the city
of Philidelpfirspli. P. liehribold. who, being.daly sworn
dotty sap; his preparations contain no narcotic, no.
cary, prother , InJarous drugs lnit axe purely vegetable.
Nov.%Worn and sobscrihedbeforn an this tradav - of o
1854. , ,' WU. r. 1111113 A Lam,
Alderman, Ninth:street, above Ttace,
Address Letters for.infOrination'to conlidence; . .1 e"
„ "IL TIEI.MBOI.II, Chemist. •
Pepot 1O South' Tenth.street, below Chestnut, Phlla
aRE or cniirrinetrrs
• " — AND UNPAlrcunasti DZALEItt, . =
Vim e.iideavot dlapose.‘v:of th e ir pin "and - other
ltrtielea o 0 the reputation iittato,e,Oy
Ilehrth.old'a Genuine Preparationit/.: •
• • • Extmet Ikteha. •
-Sarsaparilla- - • .
" 6 6 IntiirOveglltindiWaeb:' , •
'Sold by all Dragglata'everywborp. , „ • ;
'cut opt theadvenb:onent, and Pend for It, and avoid
linpoz Rion and exputure, • March 20th,10:1--17..
SEE sIMPTOMS ABOVE
E . 1.71.' I '4lPi-X , M T.
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Faii . In11:11I4 rr5ii....`NE1P188.8.131.52.. - 1.r.111t.1 GO,
'li 0 UT.. STLVF NECK . ..CND JOINTs,i, .
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' PI ES; '—
. ... 11E41).4 CBE. . - . - •
.4 ND A LL
. • nrworAne: AND 41-EDvous . D.lB - ORDER&
For all of which it inn speedy and certain remedy, and
never fails. This Linsment in preparec from the recipe
011)r, Stephen Sweet, Of eonnectleutt, the famous lame
setter, and h 4$ been tired In his practice for mull; than ve
years with" the'rnost astonishing; success./
PAIL it IF unrivalled
AS AN ALLEVIATO ROP by
any preparation 'before e - publc, of which . the moot
skeptical may be couvi ed by a single , trial. _ . ,
I This Liniment • will cii e rapidly and'radically radiall y ;
; nrUstie Disorders or every kind, and in thousands of
ses where•it bas been ustd It had never' . been known to
FOR NEDRActuk, t will afford immediate - relief in ,
every ease, however distressing:-
- It will relieVe the Vorst.cascaof HEADACHE, in three
minutes and is warranted to do it. •
TOOTHACHE also it wiliturel..stantly.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY ANN GENERAL
LASSITUDE, arising from imprudence or excess. Shia
Liniment is a most happy and unfailing remedy. Amine
directly Upon the - nervous tissues. it strengthens and .
revivifies the system, and restores it to elasticity and
FOR PlLES.—As s an,extenial remedy, wedeln) thatit
is the best known, and we citalltmre the world to pmdare
an: equal. Every victim of .this distressing complaint
should gi v e it a trial.tor it will not fail to afford
aterelicf, aad in a majority of cases Will effect it radical
• QUINSY AND SORE THROAT are sometimes
kremely malignant and dangerous, but a timely applies
tion.ofthis liniment will never fail to cure. -
- SPRAINS are sbmetimes very obstinate. and enbr2e,
meta of the joints - 101011e to occur if neglectSd.
worst vise may be conquered by this liniment Jo tWo or
BRUISES, :OUTS. WOUNDS, SOkEZ, UtCEES,
BURNS AND SCALDS, yield readily to the wontferial
healing properties of DR. SWEETS
?LINIMENT. when tised ttFording to direction". Alpo,
- plinsr.,Anis, -FROST= FEET, AND INSECT
BITES A ND STINGS. •
Dr, ftephen Sweet of Con'eticut,
I bee Great Natural Bone Setter.
Si l ephen Sweet of Connecticut,
•to known all over the tnitel - Stater:
Stephen Sweet of Connecticut,
• 1n the author of !. Dr. Sweet s TufaDible Liniment."
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment
Cures Rhetunatietu mid never tatter
• Is a certain retpetly : •
Dr. Sweets infallible• Liniment
Cnicr Dll.rns and. ticaldn ititmedintcic " . .
Dr... Sweet's Infallible 'Linitient
Is the best hnoWn reined; for sprains and bruh4s.
Dr.-Sweet's Infallible 'Liniment:
vnres #6ll4.tcliti immediately and was never VAL 4 att
to Mil. , 'll
Di... Sweet's Infallible Liniment
AffOrds immediate .relict for Piles, and seldom tails
to care. • -
DR.-SIV,EET'S Ipealfible LINIMENT.
Cuieu toothache iu one c minute.
SWEET'SDII. Infallible LINIMENT
'Cures ents,w4nino immediately and leaves no scar
Dl. SWEET'S : Infalliblo . LlNlM ENT
DR.the best remedy for sores iw j t: t he known xorld ;
DR. SNiri.'ET'S LINI3IENT
Has been used by more.thana million people, and all
I)it. § \YEW'S 'nthllible 'LLNJ.3IE3IT
Taken internally cum colic, cholera _Thorhus and cholera
.SWEETS - 1.4N131 ENT
. 7n truly a "friend lanced," and every, flintily Mama.
have it at hand. •
DR. SWEEPS Lifttiiblc LINI3I
le,for :ale by all Draggl:ta. Trice .:15and 50 mute
A Ftiend .
in Need. Try it.
.• • •
Dn. Sweet's Infallible Lutunent,
As an external remedy, la without a rival, and will alle
viate pain more speedily than any other preparation. t:et
all Rheumatic and 'Nervous Disorders It is.truly infalllhle
and as a curative for sores, wounds, sprains. bruises, ,1:e.
its soothing. healing' and powerful atrengthening prep
eities,axeits the Just wonder and astonishment
wholtave ever giveitit a trial." Over onc.thousand certif•
cares of remarkable cures performed by it within the lart
two years, attest the fact. • •
TO HORSE OWNERS
Dr. Sweet's Alpl li ble Lirtiment for Hories
is unrivalled by any, and in aU casessit lameness arieln
iron sprains, or wrenching„its effect is ma. &J ,l
hnd Certain. !farness or.saddle galls, scratches: snag!,
ete.,Jt. wilt also cure speedily. Ringbone and -seam
may easily be prevented and cured in their incipient es*
gee. bat confirmed caries are beyond* the possibility of e
radieolcure. . No case of theltindi however.:is so iteflte•
rate or hopeless but it may be alleviated by this Halmos,
and - its fait hfnl application 'Will always remove .the ittne•
ACES and enable the horses to travel with comparative
Eve.ry . -gorse Ownisr.
!Wield have this remedy at hand. for its timely toe at the
tht appearance of lameness will etletnally prevent lbw
formidable diseases, - terithich all homes 'are liable. and
nitich render ad many,otkerwise vluable horses near!,
worthless. - • •, _ . -
And thorkkinda huec fon4d it truly.
A FRIEND IN NEED 11,.
• ie hartik.ollA
TotivOld imposition, observe the Si nature Like!
of Dr. Stephen Swett onevet,rlabel,andalso ."iSteP l
Sweet's Infallible Liniment" -blown in the glass dr:
bottle, without which tunic+ are gendipti. • •
itiCl - .IAIIDSON & CO.. soleinwprietors,or with, Cl.
.2110#OAN &ALLEN'. Alitnenil Agents.
:decdypt,Myr .; 93 Cliffetteat, New Tort-