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. The loyal admirers of the administra
under the title . ef s "anti slavery So
fillett, heti:La meeting in New. Yoe fast
month, which Theodore Tilton, an` edi
tor of the independent, (au a dministration
origan&which is yeported substaptiaiy7as
- ,lt = ntay*.be considered as of&
exposition of abolition loyalty.
Mr Tilton spoke fatale relative *skim
of the Ethiopian race as higher . than soy
erai-other rates in the world; aniithen en
tered into an elaborate argument in favor
of amalgamation as the. :great future of
thts,,cuuntry and: race—its higheit :perfec
tion *ming when the amalgamation is
most complete. We are not to have
pure negro race 'here. We have not an
isolated raee among -iis , exeept . the,-,jews,
they and will - htly one say thatey have gain
ed anything by: that 'isolation? This A
merican people is Made up of all peoples.
'Great nations - get the fibre of their
strengthontof,mixed blood. It isa stop
page,' of the' wand's growth•to prevent a
union .of races. The , history of the
world's progress, the history of the civili
zation of all empires, is written in one
comprehensive word, which many men
are afraid to speak and many others a
fraid to hear, and that is—Aniataa
stATiox. ( W hispers; "Oh, good gracious."
Winkt w is the progress of amalgamation
in this country ? We have no isolated
case among us. The blood of all nations
is mingled here. , What of the negro
blood ? Our fathers wrote in the pream
ble of the Constitution : "This Constitu
tion is ordained to secure the blessings
of liberty to us and to our posterity.
The southern interpreters say, that means
white men, but he denied it.
The spe aker bad been to a 'negro wed
ding the other day and was called to no
tice that not one in ten of the company
were of pure African feature and pure
African color. Whet does it' argue?
That the negro race is passing away like
the Indian ? No. Just the opposite.
It, is not black blood that comes to pour
itself into white veins; it is . white . blood
that comes to pour itself into black veins,
and it is a truer and better statement to
say, not that the black race in the country
is passing away, but that it is being ab
sorbed by the wnite, and a large, part of
the white population in the south is , met
, Ling away into the black. We are ab
sorbing the great Trish race and the Ger
man race; and the negro race is absorbing
a large part V. the white race. Before
long, when we are asked: "Where is the
negro ?" we shall point out negroes , clad
Id white . slim The ne gro is filling hi's
veins from our fountains of life.
The church ofehrist in the past may
have been pre-eminently the black rice.
HOW THE NEGRO IS BETTER THAN THE
r ; WHETS ,ItiAN
said thk, the most perfect develop
ment of skull is that of the Arab, yet there
is no slave in Mississippi who does not
know-More, by having reached up into a
those intellectual activities which take
their strangb quickeing, from the moral
faculties. TIM NEGRO IS SUPERIOR,
to the white man, the negro race, as has
Weal' said in the WOMa..n of the•W'Mildi
We' `have - need of the negro mirth
_need of him, for his imitating - qualities.
t r ittellOill' never 'be reprekented
until yen permit a negro to-go upon the
boards to represent that' character. - We
have . need of the' negro for' his musical
faculties. The negro is a superior man—
in some respects he is thegreatest of, men.
He asked 'that *the' negro, Isliduld have
thb privelege of - thelallot box. He most
- hive o place - beside his white brother in
the jury box. He asked that they should
be eligible to every public office to which
a white man fs eligible.
For instance, for the next President,
as between General McClellan and Fred
erick. Douglass, who would be their
-choice? (Applause and lang,beer,) The
negro has an administrati.re power, -He
can. yield 'the Scepter, -- 1 -
The speaker , hoped to see before he'
. died, a black Man governing the State of
South. Carolina, lifted . up to that office by
the people. The negroes should sit side:
by, side with the white man in Cliurch, in
tke ..-be should come into the - wsite
ittan'e loarkinr land be admitted 'to entire
fellowship. God ordains it. The palm;
of the negroe's hand was made %white :4)
peel, the white man's. One "dale zno,* it
getiggestive and impieesWe sighii - he hid
seen latety had been that of a negro and
.gtni -Irishman, Salted in a'cart;:it.our iCen
'l4lll Park,, drivina together in as pleasant
Social - communication. They were going
*ori2i4.6e.y toward-tbe . thin
all the splendid equipages - that were "'as=
sine hnhom; r. Tilton closed.airiid
Tc str. SENTTACaomvittr. Lltaset—.MisS
TreneOindorl; residing at No. 135 Cal
vent street, neaf, Centre,. will be sent, a.•
ernes the lines= to the , Sonth on Monday
night next, by ord6r of Colonel Fiel.
.h i e is charged with waving her: handfceT T
some Confederate prisone
gralimashe had jtu3t left after a brief4xli2l
venation witb,him by permission of an officer.
We presume:Ails Is another indieatkon
af ‘ltigerons prosecution of the war," on
tchl part of the military authorities of Bak
finiore. A lady is permitted by an offi
cer to-converse with a ConfediTate
*,": 1 and when she waves her lantikiitr-`
chief on parting with him, she is arrested"
- for=" treason" and sent beyond,the liue,s-'
Wear country, this !
erat:rouiiihe ab9ligop league, he is called.
aeLrAPAT:43 - rfritqu-:L ll o:feiv
` YIP° a°jPin are OA:POJY? B°WiPtkild is
t WMPY lll 4citroson , .idSee;: , aq its <fl
Every day furnishes additi - smal evidence
that 'the:Aine - of between the
friends. Of „the AdrainiltratiOn and the
Democrats And conservatiVe. men .-of the
country are beitigniore.distinetly marked.
There pabliihed in the Intelligencerl of
lait 'Week, with quite a flourish of appro
bation, a speech of Gerrit Smith; . deliver
ed at 'Alban; recently, to a large . _ 'audi
ence. He spoke to resolutione,-,carefidly
prepared, that they might clearly set
forth the object of the meeting. `Thefiftili
resolutionis in . the folloWing words:
"The clainor, for carrying on the'warin
only a Constitutional way shOuld cease,
for it springs neither &Mil good sense nor
from an enlightened and en - lar4eil . patriot
ism, and it is frought with peril if not 'in
deed with ruin to our cause," --(the cause
of the negro.)
This is not only the 'seatiment of Gerrit
gnat"), but a sentiment carefelly;Prepared
for a large meeting, and ;endorsed by the
Bucks County Intelligenier - at; the senti
ment of the administration. This is well
Calculated tonlarm.eiery man who is a
friend to his country. Here we have it
proclaimed that the Constitution which
the President took a solemn oath ;to sup
port, is not his guide in . time Of war. It
is claimed :that the war power is higher
and above the Constitution. 'lf. so, why
not swear to support the war power and
have it defined, so, that; the; people will
understand it. The man that' takes 'an
oath to support the Constitution and ne
glects -or refuses to do so, is guilty of bOth
-legal and moral perjury, .and is unfit for
public trust. The Comstitution„defines
the war power, and if there is any time
that the charter of our liberties should : be
strictly adhered to, it is in time of. great
public dangerlike the present. •
EV — Wendell Phillips, the pet of. the
administration ; says that "the 'first slave
to be emancipated is Abraham Lincoln of
the white house; and that the worst reb
ellion in the land is the rebellion of the
cabinet and the generals. against com
mon sense and justice!'
Those who think it loyalty in Phillips
for saying the above, will doubtless say
we are disloyal for repeating k.
A FEW CORDS wanted at the'
LL persons indebted Witte estate Of Sills F. Ill'lteme,
AA. late of Harmony, dee'd. are hereby requested to
make Immediate psyment,rnd all persona having claims
against said estate trill present them forthwith to ,
C. L. BROWN; Adidnlstrator.
Montrose, April 1 , 186.1.-6 w ' •
Seed Potatoes fot Sale.
600 bushels of Goodrich's = seedlings comprising
the following %wittier...l;_.• • •
Garnet Chili, Cuzco, Central City, Callao, and Pinkeye
PIWYCnai. . .
Also BO bnshels of Early Jiirtes. Pries P..-50 per bbl.
delivered at the Pittston depot. The bbl. to contain. as
many of the softens sod choose. 'Packages of each: sort
senLbv-mail post paid at 95 eta. each.
Ill`Cash to accompany all orders. Reference gicen
P. sUTTON, Romotn. La& Co., Pa.
April 14th, 18M. 1w •
KEYSTONS - HOTEL
At Montrose , Ita. •
1 / 1 73n. irm; Otill TO4PrACtor,
THIS new and commodious Hotel is situated on rublic
Avenue, nearthe Courtinuse, and nearly in centre
of the-bnsiness porgori ofliontrywe., The Proprietor is
con fidenithat he is_pred to ebtdrtain nests in a way
that canalot,Tag telitelCsllTTlßE CP.
The fling and Furniture Are neW,WoH•nd iambus
tte-eateParod. L tprender..l4.etimalitikenperiort uny.in
tnisittotht tnef_ztatm 'it is-well Bedirilh a ll recent
imtworements. teatromforts, ant lent waltenfoill
alwayti readrtnrespoinitothesall of mnitomers.
The Stableivotineeted With-thisrhonee- are new and
convenient:- 14 ; Ir - •
The Proprietor resptctrally folielis" "Paironage of
his old Mende; travellers, and , thOpublktenerall,y.
~ # 13 63. - HATCIL
I.CENIIJ A 0.0710 N EE 1.
y_y wing taken out a License for the purpose -of .sue
DK' loncering r aad having kid several years experience
in the buslims, new tenders is services to the public
in that capacity. None bra' it Licensed Auctioneer can
acts: auck.ander a penalty of $6O. See act of Congress,
July let UM Sec's .5, it.
Orders 'Sy' Mall promptly attended to. Reildenec
Priendsville Pa. .11. C. SUTTON.
April ith, ISM tf. ,
Nr6 rcit sitlfOileotitte i fiz pitititditc4tieiektione
Ever-offered in tinsquehaimi Countj t proliablyettm
prising the greatest variety or Meet different articles of
say &mein the Northern part olPennsylvanta, and per
haps of the entire State. An assortment is kept in
about thirty different branches of trade, and the ;elec.
Monsen, made from about fbrty of the best Ilendes in
New York, and more than fifty: 'Dealers and Maitufac
tames out of New York. A large pro anion' df the
Gtiods are brought direct from the- ma turtle; thus
Insuring genuine articles. Customers on entering the
Store must not expect to find-everything in eight, but
neatly evay'artkiewantlzil will be prpiutpd by ingulry.
Some idea of the Stock assay beformed by the following
general outline,butenumemtion is impracticable..
Drugs and ,Ireditines, ralataantp - Oils. Due. Stuffs,
Groceries - . Litlnors, -- "olt.kery, 'Glass '-Ware,'
Window Paper. Jewelry, - Silver Ware,Perfamery, ty
Goods, Musical Instruments, Blushes. American et
Knives, Table Cotter-and Sliver Plated NV-are, Lamps , .
Ughts, U dwate,!iled Cords,Stone Wsce,
Dry Goods, Mirrors, Window Glass. Lithographs Vex
nishes. _Birdreages, , Spectacles.; Whips, and Ites.
Breams. Gana, Pistols, , Ammunition, 'rebate°, edi.
cal and Surgical Instruments. Fait. Boapi Potash; Umf
brellas, PoreelataVeethi In short—nearly everything, to
restore the sick. to please the taste. to delight ATV:
to gratify the Lucy, and also to conduce to the and
The attention of the public is respectfully. Insile d
my stocker Goode, boughtexclusively for cash wn,
and will be sold on the sa.e princi rile for low prites.
At JaniuiryleglB63. , ; - - •
3 . . 14
TAMES DEWITT _
AS removed .hlogiock of floods from the Lathrop
VlLlblitts to.the atore formerly oet4,ple:d byl H. c.
Tyler. nextdoor'to,.T. B. .Tarbelre whet* he le
ready to gen Goad !! toltde old , West& 2314 - the piil4l; at
Lig well ImoWa.„. ; ‘,- • , ' ''• ••' • ' •
.• LOW PRIDES -
A good •took ilwairet it band, Coneliting of •
..-'. : . I. :, ' , S
DRY - .G - (*VD 1 .
:clirkt.ciiclit' ri..‘' -
• ... ,i,.„. - .....„..
.:. ..: • • ware,
-,,--.-.1.10 oxis-,-zath- on gl , -
, -,.:•,t ;•':-..-
~...,....„.t . , ~.. -„,....
V 4 1,13'z:: ,- v - :', l ".lp'!"..!_'"'
--- - ;,-,..,-,...:„.. 6. - . ....._ , ricks tatien.ni,"44 - 3 .6-
&I„arehliarLA,a,..t , l:Alr.l7,L7. ' ,, •; . 7' : 4. :'ll.4)=lrtir
I • -. -- 77 ,-,- rer•l' - .. , ..-.13 -, ,,t:•,•# h;..F , .?•P ''-' '.' :' ' '''".
cf,ziMl.-pt inn sa t i i iMsts lett , mr
1111114-tbst Se 'WU* Os . Fa. MOON
CCIIIIL 4t4t104 rd. ewe gib Chalet
/ 4 13 0 !Des ers;-*lld would t In to sce hid old
fries , ormeivethetronters. h will executepl
the !my best manner In tiltabe en:- ,-,; ~. ;•.- Ak
a.,.: . - ILOUDEMBACit . , GILBERT.;Ieco, + 2 ;
,-..' 1- -.'.. -...-. - 33 ynr i.Y
k:ltow, N. Y.
3EI. 3E3lll:Ti z t3EML__,. r w r i l .
NEW MILORD, -- 17414/,..
receiving, for Spring supplies, new eitit,B4Fattucka o f
CHOICE " -- c . :' .: ,
DRY GOODS, GROGERIES,' . :;
} STOVES, IRON, STE.KA L NAILS,
NEW MILFORD ~
~.:::::-,-...I.'AINTS, LAO,: lD
- -r.,;:, , ,CAItVETINGS,
MBE rindersigtawould inform thepttbitetlitat he #Ol, ,
.11Lairlee on-ilte Voun
_dry*, Newilliford Boratigh4tear -,-'.- , j+ OIL-OLOTirs, .
t he iorraff ;- I illi‘7o ti p hand, and= Contttimill,f manti- 7-
.: . WAT.l2ra r, Win fr ackii SHADES,
Plows 'and Plow 'Pom'ts, c 450 K,,
H/TS ana c i, Vs, TS and SHOES,
CULTIVATORS, : . I acludini, as mull, full varnti a ls of the most' popular
And JOB WORK finished on sliottnOiltie. :All - iroilt '-
'''"-- ''''-: leAliltSirligSS(G 00 DS,
warranted to be good material tuid flat :
TiatEli , .
New Illiliord.4prillii,lBfa '. -r. :- ' - "'• -Sil: 4.WAS ,
BONNETS, - BIBONs, FLOWERS,
' APC., - &G., &C.,
Graternl for past favors. the subscriber would most
respectfully call the attention of all prompt paying Mer
chants and Traders, to the above notice. Ordets for
Hardware will be received here, and forwarded (if ap
proved,) except during the months of April, May, Sept.
and Oct. During those months he will be most happy to
see his friends and serve them at El Park Row. N. York.
Respectfully. M. C. TYLER.
Montrose, Feb. Pith, ISM 3.
HIaTT BROS. & 131.e.Uit
Wholesale S Retail Dealers in
JILNE RAIL,,COUN7'ERSUNK&'T RAIL SPIKES.
RAILROAD fi JJINIBG SCPRLIE'S.
CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES, SKEINS AND
BOXES. BOLTS, NUTS and WASHERS, •
PLATED BANDS. HALLEABLE
IRONS. HUBS, SPOKES,
FELLOES, SEAT SPINDLES, BOWS. Av.
ANVILS, VICES, STOCKS and DIES, BELLOWS,
HAMMERS, SLEDGES, FILES. &c. Am.
CIRCULAR AND MILL SAWS, BOLTING, PACKING,
-- TACKLE BLOCKS, PLASTER PARIS
CEMENT, HAIR& GRINDSTONES.
FRENCH' WINDOW GLASS. LEATHER & FINDINGS.
Scßnton, Martlql, 11863.,,0
4 I /",,
S. E. corner 7th & Chestnut-14s,
'Thlsle one of the TEN Colle. 4 ,„es constitatinsr the Na
Maud' Chalai located to Philadelphia, 'New York City
Brooklyn, Albany, Troy, Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit
Chicago. and St. Louts. . '
Scholarships issued by any one ofthese Colleges are
rood fprtan unlitultedliAise! - , ; ~, ~
' The . iteilegttie Ccouree,~
Rnibi e@ ! Ilkoolt-keitant To 'l.* Ilea} tit ittibliql,l6
itnmostatiproreitl.forma.t- enmsnaltip; tbe celehntted
spetlart **dein. ' far onitition
dal ranr;llnsifiesatOrre's otidente,Arithinatit.teetnres.
These Institutions posusee4a-national reputation, and
gnaranteogreater facilities fOr pietarainkyitang men for
the datiti 01 the - conittin'glicintre'and businessgenernily,
than any other similar schools in the country.
The Philadelphia ; C,nlleg@,
aheen recently enlarg44 inid're-furin&ed in a`toPpe
nor manner.end ia now the largest and post...prosperous
Commercial Institution in the State. fht well known
thorough course of Instruction, the long practical experi
ence of the Principals and superior accountrodationa.nifer
unequalled inducements to young men who wish to ac
quire thObest prepaiption,and the 4 , beet Introduction to
the business " ' ,
Dipidtitan awarded and graduates reccommended to
trtg u nai a men: 3
lirt.Hoeilas , 4l4lontit Xtrationisatioire
Keeping. three editions,—Common school, price 75 etc..
High school, till, 15. and Counting" Manse,—Bryant and
Stratton's Comment:ll Arithmetic- sl,"4—Bryant & S's
Commercial Law, stra. An, of these books sent by
mail, on receipt of price.
ViMend (or ourpstaligiutistntainidenilhirtiatire.
and note - carefully the , Ten Yestiai (Mmi/4We "df !belie
Colleges over opers..--,Address.
STRATTO2.S . , Bfl ANT & CO.,
decly pwg) A Philadelphia, Pa.
te. l ei
- 16. 1 ',, , , i jr- ` I .-
- ,}= l
:`,- '‘,....7. 1, • . _
5 1 111'STREET, TITTSIiMtG.
neln:4o) IIP 1840.
Incorporated. by f eglslative Charter.
Being t tiopsily9:o ll24)l B 4 3Alol lol •TZWA be rnic"/
A PRACTICAL i&ETEDHANT
OVER SIX THOUSAND STUDENTS
Have been educated In the Principles and Practiee - orall
the dofe tall! , hgatgear education; frost DYFFI s
1 3111 , 1113ANTIi:P.. 1100K4ESEPIINTIG:
Awarded Four Wives-1110Mb, and tin sanction of the
highest Aferattitile'AntlisSititie--Th this-ciotmtry. Also,
STEMISOAT BOOR4CHEPrg. 41' •
't A perfect system fOti inlet boiimi and ticiAtifits." Al
so Duns now system) . of • ••
After the forme of the Pennsylvania Hallrostd. Also,
Dare new system of .
PRIVATE JUNK BOOR-KEEPING,
The only cute ip.use firth* city.. , The, above syrtema of
account* see taught under the , daily inpervlslon of the
author, and, ft fe believed, to a degree of perfectiOol l evt
er attained elsewhere.
TWELVE WIEST, PREMIUM, •• •
for beat Business and Ornamental Penrianship awarded
onrpresent Penman byt e,
States* Poiret Cincinnati . : .........
Penna. State Fair at Wyomisgr:...•-• 1860,
Western Penna. Fair titTittsburgbi . 1860.
Western Vtrglnia Fair at Wheeling.... . 1860.
and the Ohio State Fair at Cleveland , ..18d0.
• Alt of whichare exhibited at oar office, ; A
DutrO. New EngialteaSebool aopr Docskis.
gip, 24 Patefil each. bentr4 d izen7the,4o:i.
. estCopy Book . Janie. •
Business and'Ornamental.PeumanshiP withstea..plats;
and scales by' WM. DUFF, illustrating ill the elements,
ot,Abe penman's Art, the most compete itmitruotor .
knoin, Elegantly . bound.
.Cybltli tpftrto: Pelf
tiosi paid,. - ,
Harper 's Enlarged Edition of ßookltegiiing.
prlne•stifist Sold - by'Boolreellets genet4ly, •
-Isa r `full particulars and tor elegant, uhr Circular . , pp.
e stOsingliSdents.-to 's : • • •
P. Dt7PF fia MEV; Ptirrelpaht , "
etty , ,,thentive.asepett knowe,
v rr ; 4 , 04 ,4 •
I V:WO EligaW S *Rat l icA ; 4•'=. 7 - Z? 4.7
IfitiAlkigil . V
Litelinet orPITOES40. 1 4 11 0: 10 90 1
• ~;::„ ,--.• ..,. Reduced l: ~, :. , r , ~-
i6Mch;he'cglll: sell on the most favorable termv, for
or to - e.
PROMPT TIME BUYERS.
Flour dr,„"alt, constantly on hand
CLASSICAL & NORMAL
S. S. HARTWELL, B.A. Principal.
Experienced Br. Competent InstrithtorsA
The Winter Term commences oq lion ;
day, March 2nd, 1863.
TUITION PER TERM OF 11 WEEKS
English, froth , .$2, to 6 00
Latin. Greek and German, each ' 400
French ~._a no
English, with one language.. 7 60
—No bill for the above studies shali exceed 9 00
Mask on the Piano • 800
1:84 of Instrument 200
No deduction for absence except in cases of protracted
illness, or by special agreement.
Board can be obtained from $2,00 to 82,50 perweek.
Pupils wishing_ to board themselves can- and good
rooms at moderate chafee , . For farther particulars ad
dress tho Principal, at Montrose. Pa , .
C. F. TiF..O, Seery,
Feb, 17, 1863. if
C F l l t A r . f i l , r o a f tri h s o,u v r ii 4 i . le c are n d ene tl i At M d o , nda . y it A ago r. t t t t li t
• - •
following; hours, viz! - - • ~,
WESTWARD BOITNII. t -EASTWARD IkieND.
1, Buffalo Express,2`..lB p.m . 2, 14.Y-Exprese,,M.s3 p.m
it. Nizht:Exprese, 1:0i luta 4, Night Exprea, bl 4 a.m
5, Mail, at - • : 6 :WI p.m 6, Steamboat "': '8293 PIM
It Way Freight. 12:30.p.m R. - . . 9 7. 51 7. 113
21, Acromodation;O:ll3 a.m fa,, 6. em
20, Way IFreight, 0:106.ci
lay. No. In rourSundays.but
. 3 of Saturdays runs thro'
A'S 3IINOT, Gen. Supt.
N05.,3, 4 and 9 run every
does hot run 'Mondays, No
to Buffalo, but does not run
LUBR/OA7 ' n4 OIL,
FOR AUBindsof Machineiy, for sate by
NEW GOODS s•
eneral arsortment of GOODS, arriving at
.11 general TURREL'S.
LARGE 'B5 MEDIUM
ELMER & TIMOTHY SEED,
FOR SALE BY ,
New 3111 ford, March 17, 18$3, 4cc•
ON and after April 20, 1868, Passenger Trairnt will
run as follows:
Leave Scranton,at .5.30 a. m. 1/.00 a. m.
.Kingston, at 6.40 Arrive 12.80 p.m.:
" Altlpert, 8.55 . •
" Danville, at 9.24 a. M.
Arrive at Northumberland, 0-55
- • • MOWING NORTH.
Leave Northumberland 4.30 p.-m. , ,
• " Danville 4 510
" Rupert. 5.45 •
• " Kingston: 8.05 .IAS •R m.
Arrive at Seriatim, • 0.10 p. m. • 3.30
A passenger train' also leaves Kingsttiti talk**. m. Ibt
Scranton to conned' with train for New - York: "Rdtmt ,
ing. leaves Scranton on 'arrival of train from New York,
at 4.20 p. m_
Passengers tracing- trall:i, South fog a treMidirri 5.24
a. ta., via. Northumberland:reach H shtick. 13.89 p.m.
Baltimore 8.30 p. ta..:lltashington 10 114.1p2pert
they reach Philadelehili atl.oo m. „
. . G Cr: H.
Kingston, April,.lS, 1563 .
33Lea . COSete11e is "
liE Reetin market, constantly on band. and aijtalityf
as It can be obtained of any, penterin
Remember Turrolll 'l,6.tote-
The New ,Conur,tereial- Buildings ase•-poested
otlpasite t he-Cotret Nom, carter of
Soul and Chenango Streets..
This College is to no, way connected ,with-any other
Institution. ; •
The energies of the entire Family . . are exclusive/1
devoted to this.. • • .
The design of this Institution is to • afford Toting Men
an opportunity for acquiring a Thorough, Praeacal
Our Books and Forms are carefully 'arralig , W by pineh.
cal accountants, expressly for this - Institution, and the
codree.oflnstructien' is such as to combine Theory and
Pasctica.. <••• - • • • '
This iourail embraces liclokzlieeping in allite depart.
mente, X'entianabip.•'tommerciat ArithMetic, 'l3neiteei
correFpoodence, , Commercial Law, Political Ramoiny;
Comtraircial Rthfca, - Partnership Settlements , Detecting
counterfeited and alttharbanknotea etc:
.The Eipencerian tgyatem penrounship' is taught in ail
its varieties. by the moat &WM masters 'of the art.'
'Thellooir-Reeping departmentle nutter
pervisca end instruction oaf the Principal, DM: "LowatX.'
Greessewitsta ..ICZLI P OracPteitie2ti o i
- 14.tp.ttephtc•p enter 0.4 1 4 tfßlC.ls6;ntatiOs. tre u
;Mile Ili Complete the wave, froth to lit wepkit,' AtOikoi,
Lance , rgndered to to procurjoteltoottorie: - •
ariologV*6,fre PrE i3iep vitbl44(.62egans# midtstyed
• rotleataogifti-of pope t , itpetteletfeof;p4OroAt
, p 44-ett, eloetttii,lettopttatnoindittlilteee , - • 0 -7 ,
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Vitt i 'ruptiaielin7Caii&igOi*)ll49,l,;) reaft.
4* . VP 041 111 AVVIMTIVRIP. r;
The Great I.4l4neriqap Beniediefs,"
• atorobodtd ,
4 11ELMBOCILtig t*OACl" i litttett." • "
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IMPRoVIED Itbss. want. 7
NEWBOLD'S - GENUINE -nrsrattenos,
• nighty concentrator Compound
.1 0 18.104.22.168 237ii5.4:113.15,
intd*Spetifie Ytemedy for diseesee (lithe
illadder' liidneys . Gravel,' and aDitipsical
&train - Ea.
Th litetitelneinereepee the newer of digestion, and
emetics the a h eorhentslntopealttifactlon. by 'vrbteli the
watery -A all ,unnatural en
largem. -id !titian:4;lllot,
ronwtt , t9rsesse
Arising f rom _Excesses Ilabito ofillissipa
- tion,Earky. Indiscretmui, or Abuse,
Attended with l
the' r0110w (f hisi symptoms:
Indispeattioh tol Exertion. • Loss of Power. '. '
Loss of Memory„ Difliculty of.Dreathing, ,
Weak Nerves, ' TreraNing,
Horror of Disease, •Wokefninesa,
Dimness of Vision, Pain in the Back, ,_
tiniverstil lassitude of the ' Finshibg of the Body,
bitiserdar System,. fEruptious On the Face,'
Hot Rands, , pallid Countenance,
Dryness of the Skin./ ' P ' ' • '
Theso symptoms, It allowed to goon, which this Med
icine invariably removes, soon fulickw . .
IMPOTENcY, FATUITY, tvitEcTre
In one of which the patient may expire, Who can say
that they are not frequently followed by those —direful
Insanity and Consumption.
Many arc aware of the cans° of their suffering, but
none wilt confess. The records of the tritunie asylums
and the ntelancholly deaths by Consumption, bear.am
ple witness to the truth of the assertion.
The Constitution, once atrected oi-
, . ganic, weakness, . . .
Requires the aid of medicine to strengthen cad. Invigor
ate the AyPtem., which lIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT Bt-
CM; invarLubly does. A trial will convince the moot
Females, Females, Females,
Old or young, single, married, or contem
in many affeetiopspecullar to Females the Extract Be
chu In clam:mailed by any other reinilly, Its in Chlornsts
or Retention, Irregularity,, Painfulness, or Suppression
of the Customary Evacuations, I,Ticerated or nchirrous
state of the -Uterns. Lenchurrbe.i . or Whites. Sterillry,
and for all complainte incident to tho se.x whether ari a .
ing from Indiscretion. Habits of DiMiipation, or in the
DECLINE OR MANGE OF LIFE.
sEE sAlllrrOMd ABOVE.
.l 'O FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT
Take no Iltdeam, Merton.. or unpleasant medicine for
unpleasant and dangerous dietsistm‘.
RELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUM
CURES SECRET DISEASES
Instil !belt saigel;•nt tittle expense ; Tittle or nri change
11; diet, no ifuxonvnnlenen,
. AND NO EXPOSURE. .-
It ranococtrciurPCT,desiges anti Orel strcagth to Urin
ate, thereby nontici tit 4 • ObitnleillMP. prefentlng anti en
ring -Strictures of the Urethra. allaying rain and Innen.
nation s . so frequent in Ulla clasp o(tlfseaws,andeapt.4/-
ing Polsonona; diSeased.'srattrorn-oht.taittltr. - ' ' • • •
• s'; • ' Thintsatalsoliott•Thousarlds' r• ' I.
WHO- HAVS BE SA : THE :vim); or •
c-3,-crBq=asciEg. . .
And who have paid HEAVY FEES to be tuned in a i.hort
time, have found they teert.'ileceTved, and that they• Poi.
son.,'•bas4 by the use -of PoWerfni: , Aotringetita.l*: -been
dried op in the Pyatem 4 to break out ip an , aggraTatei
• PERHAPS:EETEH DIAIXHIAGE„,, . -
iY 3° E
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
• 'A'rotliins and Db!eases tif
.The Urintrt`Okgriff; • •
iketho iiiVAS on FE3rllLE:rrota vo datwiej.
• e...itispariginatlng, and ho .matter
DisesAei of Mae Organs require-lb: aid.of a riforeti.
llgi r mßoLDP,s - Errever BUCHU
GIMAT . .
Mk it Vo h3re . the &area virect In' 'all Ms
eice., for, wyhich A; it? rlcomplpuded.
B 010' LOD D
Higyt t'crittentrated Compound
• Finift Extract Sarsaparilla
This is an affection of he ßlood, and attagks the Sex
ual organs. Linings of t , Nose, Erna; Timm., Wind
pipe, and gth er Wm , effaces, making Bs appearance
in the forte ofilteenr..lllelhibold'eMxiftet”•Bartfapathil
ravel*, the Blood and removes all Scaly Eruptions of
the Skin giving to the Complex(%) a Clear and healthy
Color. - It being prepared expressly for this class °team
plaints, its Blooc-Pnrifying Properties ara prep Fret go
a greater extent than any otit4r preparation of sarsopa
43140111 1 te a gn444 0 - 10 AeeiMe 5 lf *fr i
peases' !Ha ting Ziflei
add% from habits ntigiir tfOl t insed in connection
with o ENtracts Bailin an egarengottril l s, in such dis
eniesso recchnniendsdzi r'rt -, • • I • •
• liridence titlptont rcipqtigt!)l9 n 4 re 4 table elnuttctet
wilt Accompany M the Med:tints: • ;
' • °INIUM •Or 91113 EL
From eight to, twenty ,yevs pion with
known tri solace and &Mei. • ; . . ( •
For Medics) Et9FiertY l l94P-PCUEOeO 111 6 P9m 1 449 1 7 Of
the United Bfates., . •
See Proleastir DEWBELP valuablavdrkon the" Pntv
tice,orPhyaia. , • . : r ..,
See retnarksMatie by the late 'eclelOited Dr. 1.10,810
of Philsdelphisr.4 tt
See remarks mnde by Df.I¢PIIRAllil MciI9WRIZ,
cidebrated Physician, and metirbertit the 'floret" College
of snimeonr, *misty); spd'publi ate* thn,pmmtictlone
of the RINI and Queen's Journal.
Belfilledleo-C7rtirgfcallthatew, , publlshodlo Benjamin
Travvra r Felton* of the Reyal College of snrgeons, ,
See most of the late Standard Works on Miallelne.
- Eixttleranantr, '• 4 ;$1!00 rznatirsur, on arr roe $5,00
assasreatr.us,l 00 • , • 500
Isiewiro Rose Waait; ' -" , '
OaAulfAsdozenof gash for $14.00, which will , be-. mufti
dens to cum the mopt Ontipate cases, If directions / . are
adheiedto.. • .1 • ' l .; • • • I"
511”Bescrihe apmpjpms In all con menicatiefts. : Cerro
guaranteed. Advice gratts. _ _, _ '
;• , Ir. • I, ••• , ... t.
•• • ~,t . .
,Perpop_alir appear before mean diclermtm ,ab of gpp.4ty
dt lf. T. Ilelinbold, who,' bein t i d' anliht
doth say. Ks preparations ciontalo no ammo c, Ao met ,
ellrb nr,olher "injur.ona dregss but areptiamtable.
-Bairn and subseilbed before me. this 920, day ß
• , • , WM. P. lIIBBAR,
WS "' " Niiifti:street; Shove-231*i nila; •
Address letters for information•lnceonMence. /t o
• ff. TAIRLAITIOLO, Chemm l64•South4vrenth4tritaAind -Citertn . Mk%
• ',I BET knit* NYtirrEargne
SO tnathdrixtiMa DIR#II , II4
Who endeavor to dispose" of Niltplf4if4sl4,
articles on the repntattork attained or, ,
j fttratitdElgiu e r v at
0 -V 11 1 . 1.11 4 v
- t4ll R eitifiitLt4lT:llllloo3loBl
8 Mr, gE 141-!!
. dREA• REMEDY
FOR RHVMATISX, , NEURALOIA. UEDA GO,
Corm. STIFF NECK AND JOINTS,
SPRAINS, . BRUISES.. CUTS,
' HEADACHE, •
_, • • AND ALL.
For all'ofiehleh tt le a' speedy nntl certain remedy', and
•toker Mbie Linsment IN prepared from the redpe
of Dr, Stephen Sweet, of Conneeticutt, the famous hour
seller: and has been aged lit'htipractlce f or More than M
iyeiwtt,lTlth the uplt.tytcqtshlpg,succeos... ~t •
ABANALLEllyjivill OE PIN, it to unrivalled by
any preparation before the public, of Which the mot
akePticelmay be convinced by a single trial.
This Liniment will cure rapidly and radlceliy , /hen
matitimsorden of every kind. and In thousands of ca.
sea wbereit bas been used it. bee nevec, been kuon u to
FOB Nziram e,it win afford immediate relief in
every case,, however distreesitg.
' It willrelievo theworet cases of HEADACHE is three
minutes and (*warranted to do it. ,
TOOTH/LC= nitwit - will cure Latent iv.
'TORNROVOUO'REBITITY AN om Amprodance O GENERAL
4,AssITUDE;. arising C exceap, tbia
Liniment lea most happy and unfailing remedy. Actin,-
directrupon ,the nervous tisanes, It strengthens and
reyiv[ea.thenist end reetores it to elasticity and
ROE PILES.--Aa an external remedy, we claim that It
is the best known, and we challenge the world to produc
an equal. Every victim of this distressing complaint
should give it atrial, forit-will not fail to afford i
ate relief, a.,d in a majority of cases will effect a radjcei
QUINSY. AND BOBR: THROAT are aometlmcs ex.!
tremely maitr,nantend oangeroua. but a timely applica
tion oftbbt liniment will never rail to cure.'
SPRAINS are sometimes very obstinate, and enlarge.
ment of thejohits is liable to occur If neglected. 'The
worst ease maybe eongnenni by this liniment in two or
•BRuuts. errs. WOUNDS; SORBS; Matra,
BURNS ANDSCALDS, yield readily to. the wonderful
healing properties of, DR. SWEET'S. INFALLIBLE
LINIMENT, when kited Limn:ding to directions., Moo,
CIEILDLAINS, FROSTED FEET, AND =SECT
Dr. :Stephen Sweet of Con'etiont,
Stephen Sweet of Connecticut,
Stephen Sweet of CeinneetiOut,
Is the author or "Dr_ Sweet's Infallible L1M:...1.••
Dr, Sweet's Infallible Liniment
Dr. Sweet's infallible Liniment
Is ft certain, remedy forYdnralMa.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment
. Is the best known remedy far sprains and bruives. •
Dr. Sweet's Infallible. Liniment
Ifeadictle Immediately and'u : ae. never kntri n
to fail. • •
Dr. Sweet's Infallible . Liniment
Affo 4mrnedinto reliel for riles, end seldom fails
DR. SWEET'S - Infallible LINIMENT
DR: SIVri:ETIS In fat I LINN EN T
DR. SWEET'S LttiINENT
hi the tii...istreitiediforenriis lit th'etkiio‘rn World.
DIV sv%'7Errs In f a l lib l e TAICbiENT
Raelbeetanetil bytilarethin a million people, and all
DR. SWEr.rsr. Infallible , LlNnt EIFIT
Want Internally cures enUc,tholera in.iithits 'and cholrra
rift. SWEET'S Infallible-LINIMENT
Is traly a . "Mend In need,7' arid every falutlyphotild
have It at hand.
DR.'SWEET'S InEilliblc LININFENT
- tenable t)l4dl Dingglits. Prink 25 Aral !Weems.
'A Friefid Try ,- ft. "
Dn 'Sweet's Infallible Liniment;
As an ext „ ernal rep; ts without 'a
what, and will alle
viate pall:a mores ily thanuny othetreparation: 7.3 r
all Mem:Mean !ferrous, Disorders It truly InfallitOt
and as s'entative for Sore.te,trounds, spralni, bruifrus. &c.
its soOtitiAg, .hcaling and powerful -strengthening prop
erties, excite the • just • wonder and astonishment, of all
who h avei oitir give hi It ' Over OD e thaiand *MU
catesof remarkable, was.peptormeil by.ltakeltin thorset
tarp ears, attest the fad.
.77; . - t. •
• „ INOZORSE,OVi r .VERS!
Dr; Stneteir 'Afel(Zit; Liniment foi''fforses
to itnrfiatletl bj , ani; and in , atf Mmes of 'finiteness:ATl ring
from apniinst'bnifres..or wrencbingi its Order's assecia
aqdvertadn. Harnesepr saddle galley cateliel i neanKe.
stet,•it afro''seivi speedily. Trutt Uri Sparta
way, teally,beprenreated.airdcfireti ip t inclplcnt ate
ge.s, but , confirmed well are beytnd the possibility of a
raffled QUM No cant of tlui• kind; boireVer; •le So ilksPO 4
career bopelerabutfly. may be alleviated by tblallnlment
and Its fairadfit application will always reinove tbe lame
ness and enable the horses to travel' witlitotnruustive
e a s e • ' ' .t•
9 • • •- • ; • -
shonl4 hare tWatentedy at hand, for Itallleely,ume - at the
drat aphorance dt lameness trill eticially'prertint now
formidable dloesses; to which all hones *am Roble, and
which rsider,ac! ploy othet7hel valnahlo troTesn nearly
ht , •• JO •• 1.J4,41,.;_i:1 • ,).!
A FRIEND IN NEED . I
To avoid Impoiltton, opserv! the 8I miitire and Likiliteip
oIDr. Stephen's 4iveet'en everj.labe , and tdsol 4, l3(epbOd,
Sweet's Intilir /4DirnePP • MOVin ib , 4 1 ! eaM Po l l
bottle, withou whic none ate gen uine. •
WIIA111;13 , 0N & indeptomjetoKs, /IKnictt,
MORGAN '&ALLEN rienadrarAgenni, ,
Alidt •• • ..I• , : aitAitt stsngt h afont Xtnit,s,
Sold b r y de§lomevermliere.
;:. .•, :•,,
PATENT IVIEDIOIN ES .!
rwful..lo.oe,tp,roaltop et / of. ateTriltedi
..m.' chi trot sold at • Dreg 13tbie, hat It was
(9110 tpo teagthylor lkahlioattori, Perhaps jt.-will
dafficiditt tolay, • that OeittlY eiery kthditl any market,
afadrtleiltl'soriPlfMt"PulZhe Mood ao_t_ lirna
and arlety toreio AW. Ttfumsta..
Onniefiellt ItlaterVitif4 l o ttquam konrilli
igg o gn i g t 7 nixmetin....tut * rmagt
II •. - t , PF, ,_ , ...
I t A.iew sup 7
tbe:Great.Naturnl Bone Fetter.
ta)criown all over theljulted States
Cares Itheuxnatlgni and never faits
Ctiedsi Barna and acaltia Immediately
Curr.s csitelithiliais Immediately and leaves no @ear
la the •:"% -I
And thousiindo bare foting, it truly