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0; , 1,17n0ir a Spreading awed , stunt two _ ... ,
',J; i• -, -r IllityMege-stnithy osds; • • -
4 .1 ”;- . Tilli Mitt!, s' ithightylen'is he, -- ;
.? -'''‘Viittl,irp and ' ro e lfY Aan4i i ..
..4iiilike modes of isibritiniy arms
'' Are strong ae ' lapis.. , .
Ilia-hair is etialkaii4 blank and long ;
. ' White - brliltii Ai tile ;
.. ~7 / 111:birk, ill Wet witli holfeit s w eat,
... _ w.. lie earn` whateek ' he can,
-.: iklaitiokii the wholcOrorlil in tho face r
... , ;-i-.4,- .4-FOr-birowea not y man. _
trri Odirnekik-fiffeelt out, morn till night
"'tut eat-tear histbellows blow, '
Itini an heir Mtn suing his heavy
'With nicasnrod blat and slow,
Like a sexton ringing the village'
it" ''' When the evening sun is low.
`'"`And children comingliatife from school
LOokin at'thi opbn door; '
,/, .. : -..They love to see tholflamin e s forge,
. 4 , , . And hear the belwt row, .. ' ,
t „,-;,,,And catch the burn ig sparks that fly
' . :Like chaff from a : threshing floor.
lingoes on Sundayio the church,
41, • And sets-among hits boys;
, He hears the parson7pray and preach,
He bears his daughter's voice,
,Singingirt the vilhw ehoir,.
And itinales 'hiri heart rejoice.
,1t amnia-ter hint like his Mother's voice,
Singing in Paradilso
He needs must think of her once more,
How in the grave:whe lies;
And with his hard rough hand he wipes
A tear from out 14s eyes. -s
Onward through lifo he goes :
Each morning sees dome task begin,
Each evening seep it close ;
Something attemptea—something done
.Has earned a ntgbis repose. .
Thanks, thanks to thee, my worthy friend,
For the lesson thin hest taught
Thus at the flaming:forge of Life
Our fortunes mu 4 be wrought ; ,
Thug on its sounding anvil shaped
Rich burning deed and thought.
Sheet Patent Se , on; On Devils.
There are many &wits *it walk this world ,
Devils large and &Tibi a small ,
'Devils en +seam and devils so stout •,.
Devils with horns anCrlevila without ,
, Shy ilyoiis that go with their tails uncurled ;
DOI Genie that early 'them q uite unfurled ; '
• • Mack devils aad.Mthat brawl ;
Zahn* devils and in g devils;
Imps for churches * pa for mild ; . .
Devils unenuth and debits lite ;
Petit black awl devila wh ite ;
Devils foolish and &Oils wise :
But a laughing mania with two black eyes,
• ' • Is tie rimiest delfyof all."
31y lITAILERS--rP, 4 got. to take a devilish
• subject by the terns i/
his time. However, I
am as bold hs a lionOand don,t care a straw
even for the devil of 4 devlls, old Beelzebub
himielf. He r and I 141 a set-to long time ago,
as the poet says, and 'the way r threshed the;
old covey, was a eau* to his imps: He first
• came palavering roun4 me, and tried to staff
. me with all 'sorts of !historian Blarney. He
said that vice, immmaility, intemperance, and:
all such triah, was jr4 the sort of thing to ear-1
ry a man safely rounij the 'corners•of this octa-1
, .gonal world. Said I,b(patting my thumb ort 1
loi , note, as the boys . .oo) you, can't - catch aril
, old- bird. with such chalf as that—you're a liar, 1
.Satan, from the very beginning, and you kn 9 .. v
,*. it, too. So I denble4 up my two gospels; and
let him have it right over the left peeper, then i
bit his retrospective a kick, and told hint to go I
.- to h-1. He cut stiqk for dear life, .and never
has troabled Me.s* . That, my hearers, was 1
what Lail fighting (be good fight; and you
-. should Al do the sainti when similarly molested.
Just spunk up to theiad codger—let him know
that you are not afraid of him, and you , will
_ quickly find that he in one of the biggest-cow
ardi that ever wore hair. I say, stand your
• , ground, in spite of tl4 devil, and if you are on
: 'ly backed by faith 4 4 virtue, you can knoek
la' aoin with a pint hook just as easy as
nothing- ;i ,
' -But, my friends, there . are more devils than
- one that. go about -4 world, "seeking. where
% ,,., Itheritiglit catch somebody." Some are•mon
**and frightful to behold,Others are little, i
—and iook , pretty.i. but these are some of the I
worst kind, liecami4 , ou can't fight 'em, more
than on can a inu4nito. . Some devils . .have
leitim.that shove in 4nd out, like a pencil case,
—Olt when they ,w4h t wine- them; in at otti
_____ triton. - Loo koutilfor these fellows ! There
ere,shitletifie that Mix up, a grea t deal of' mis
• chief foritil'.:l64l4. ;They May :be.. 'found. in
great munbetU4aol:ogoodly. - 00 of Gotham—
ay, even in that filthy lane °flume, which pro.-
,jer - tetit towards thO, two -
groat ; ;rivers, milled
' Wall-street. , • They their tails curl& up
! ,..in a knot, or -wind tifent round their legs; and.
list* the -end's intoltheir 'boots. Seep i -sway
, 1 forms these dkigif,' . ifyen please. Thervire dei
' Is anteilit'uailiiit; s h ot [ -their hoofs, their' *erns ;
and *whole lenetuf, their tails. l. do :not
wags' - iiin itiiiit'iriili;letii '-' - • Alex-
. ~ ,
monsters: use, 48 my .
t4:o* is.* tiiiii**o l ::o o 4l
4 - 000aidedrY, ugly , snugs, that to be shnt6l.
- i.'i - iiro34, *Syltsswouly to be squinted. at.
; ,, M,P*44 011 4 0 bacni° the--,cunning tiihe;•
tug isielitlW . ilet*brasilieg 41eailsiroinkilus
sorest - to, *kg the ten plagues 'of
...... ..:J.- .L. 4 do n , o f: ....__ _• •.
1 ; .- - 4 1/n4P10#` ....--,,, .. ~ : ot4istiteeeemee , T-r.
They enikeijaithsliebah on New Ifeaislught,
- • 10'iliiiiiiifsenal .i '4l. - They are his.distin,
geisha ?Tall y that believe
t-I.k_e•r.t. .e,, , -44' ., ' 1 ; ",- --- .• ~,, , .. _ ~ e, . ..;
4.1. ' la 'into . '
;',7 a rr , •;r: , .. , L ..;:LFIlt7.-•,.. their iftnal*
-4001:4ratisisis — they:
'.. , ... : ye**4 , k.mareki -, - -.-40 ** : 4144 , 4 1 '
''• c litifitaitiiintsi iiiiitiaiiitthOrickiiiiiii.
. • Now, ay , triemai,liiiiii.ioo3 , 2i:eil
a iut of other devilo that axe lying 'in allibush 1
foF,vi,tr i i!one ofs very peculiar and beleiteli
iiklatur, and (as my tent says) the very
worst 43f-all. -A latiging- woman with two
btatke*llilki3 very 'sninua. - I'Vbo can hold
on to the 'reins Of Isobereason when this bean
liful'divil is pieoing ti e heart with the arrows
of love-that are,prtmed by. the 'lightning of
its eyes? 'I tan't, and don't try to.- There is
Something undeir the i silken eyelashes of 'a
'young feminine. devil that shoots a load of
harmless sin right into a body, and makes.him
feel as it etrung tip by ; the ears, and dancing
in an atmosphere of bliss ! Dh ! it is a queer
setisation i ! anon exhonorate all from the blame
of imprudence,. who ;liay be caught up and
borne away on the demi-angelic wings of wo
man's love. I have sometimes thought that
the devil which timpted Eve in Paradise, was
- own ; beautiful-shadow. No—it could• not
have betSi ;., for tihe never would have been
' riven o:ntof the, garden for such' an unsinful
ac if WOrship. ~It Was 'a blasted snake.—
Down ii th the snakes, I say ! ' Death to all
snakes I`, : I , . 1 • .
But, my hearers, I fear I am trespassing on
your patience. I could expatiatc on this sub=
ject front mow till bwikfast. • I may touch up
on it.agitin, one of these days—wind, weather
and Protidence permitting ; but for the- pres
ent, I have only to say, that if you don't fall
into the, clutches of any worse devils than love
ly wnman, (as bid as they may be) you may
consider! yourself . .,as a favorable candidate
for office lin the highest courts of heaven:' So
mote it be !
: ANTII . EITI S OF TILE WEST.—Ono Of they
kahiabla results of a peace with Mexico, sin-1
core, ani cable and permanent, will be the fa,
eilities . hickwill be afforded to our historians 1
and trfellers in exploring the, antiquities
a e. spread over the taee of that country,
1r entral.,, erica, and indeed we may say over
North and South Anierica, proves beyond ,any
doubt Oat this continent was inhabited thou-
Sands oflyeatts ago by a race of cultivated pee
; Ille, whin understood areliltibtere and who
reared t Military
obelisks, pyramids, aqueducts,
!viaduct' lnilitary highways in the same . style i
!and witj the same solidity and architectural
Idecorati ns as those of Babylon, Tyre,
iliage, hebes and Memphis. The valley ofj
iihe - Mis Is.sippi has been fhitful of antiquari-
lan disco, cries. Copper coins of curious, and I
onikno '• devices have been turned up, weap
i•ons of every description, composed of materi
lals unkth to the native North American, In
lOians, .4.' d human bones of,a difierent forma
-1 Lion of i ose of any existing species of mankind.
[Lately' i 1 Franklin county, Mississippi, a plat
!form q - oor has, been discovered sonic three
Ifeet utider . grotind,' t:oniposed of hewn stone
[neatly finished. - It is hoe Imndrcd and eight
i feet long and eigliy, feet wide. It extends
j due north and south and its surface is perfect ly I
;level. ;!fhe-mason work is said to be if,
not saps to any 'of modern times:. Thirty
years • the spot was covered with oak and
e trt s. There is no recollection of this
stone p i j ement so recently discovered, nor is
t there y; tradition about it,.—There is a canal
and a . il near it, also a subterranean p:::,_ , :. , -e.
A few yietus"mora and that country will be o
verrun y savans qnd travellers.
PRETTILY SA it:—Sllashille, a Sabbath bell,
flowers, anfi children'.—the first to crown the.
earth•Airith fruitfulness the second to keep it
holy; the third to t bless the eye with" beauty, I
'and the last to fill the heart with happinesti.-1
Some4ere are who pass all these, seeking
their joy in cells cif sordid care :and yet it
should- Seem as if the presence of the latter a
lone ShOld 'fill the soul with music. Bright
eyes,, relal cheeks, and sweet young accents ap
pelding in merriment, in conAdenee,--1
it is-not in nature to resist the charm. Jean
Paul Says of children : The smallest are near
'est.God, as the iirnallest planets are nearest:l
the sun. Were E only for a time almighty and,
' powerful, I would create a little world.
DIDN'T *BAN THAT EVENING.- A Cracked'
brained mans who was slighted by the females.
very..mpdestly asked a young lady if she would
let him' spend the evening with her.
d i v n
" ig ,' . sl4 angrily replied, " that I won't by;
a jug : l' ." -I ,
"AP ," be replied, "'d needn't he so fus4
. sy, I 't mean this evening, but some tor
my on when I can't 279 any ic4ere else."
A 14t1e wrong- done to another, is a great
wrong done to ourself; es.
CHANDLER, &CO. are now receiving
Jorge and well selected addition to their
if Goods, tcrwnice they would invite the
n of purchasers.
r stogli is now quite large, and they are
ined Oat for Cash, Barter or on a ppro
dit, they will sell at least as low as any
i hintiet in the County. -
1 rose, May 20, 1847.
ITS,, a good assortment, American and
iogii4b, , very chrzp,
MO Stuffs, Tweeds Drills, Bro Linens
Gtr' `MS; Lawns; DeLanes and other
I real; Goods.
BORN and Straw Bonnets, plain and
ncir r ilbraid. Ribbons, Flowers &c.
Chandler 4. Co.
11;11RDWARE, Iron. Nails du-. at '
Chandler + Co's.
OCERIES, a ;good smelt, among the rest,
be he.st and cheapest. Tea and Tobacco in
Chandler * Co.
BNING9.I3ro. and-Bleached. a variety
llab P.:RlSA b *s,H;dkr - -&' ceL
trtiksoool;oo*,l row. 00 4 Reit!
*see, Old CePPert9 l4l PL„wte%4 Groin,
Idads-sofixtu Beni be FeellY Aiken
. CHANDLEifivir. W.
EitlC l AN;;Fiskiall,Engiish Cloths
Vaisimertm, Bating sad fancy.Veit;
Chandler * Co.
Chandler & Co
Chandler 13. , Co
R SEED, n fresh Suppjy. for .sale
F.' IVCILIANDLER - & CO.
:Chandler 4. Co's.
4WD - fly:: G 'DOD S.
1` •H. BVRRITT,'S v inay be found a larg
and, meat desirable assortment of Dr •
Go a, consOing . ii? part
LADIES DRESS GOODS—
of,riiiti calicos, French and English Gingham•
cif' superior tales. Gingham and Printed Lawns
Muslin, de Lanes at rr cents, mid upward
Prin t d Bar en, ' Fancy Silks, 4.c. inclu d in?
the newest styles.
L . • IN, ,FUMME2? 31141 ELS — .—
Rich Silk. Dili. Lane, Strad ilia, tarege, and fa
cy N t Shails and Scarfs, very cheap.
- I OIN BONNETS—
FIoreince Braid, China Pearl and Coburgh Fait.
cy, Blain Sfraw. Lawn and Common Fancy
Bonnets, with Rich Ribbons, Trimmings, ant
IlloWere, at 4duceil prices. -
• t il/N PARASOLS—
A s p l endid fesortment of Silk, Gingham, any
Cott n Parasols, and Umbrellas at very kr
pric . 'sr,
1 ) - N G4NTS DRESS GOODS—
Broad Cloth!li Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Tweed.
Surntner Clolhs and Vestings, both rich tut
Comthon in ihrge variety and-cheap.
' /OA TS AND CAPS—
A choice assiirtment of Fur Napped, rear Co
Bred Fur, and Wool Huts; Gents Leghorn, an
FanOY linlrri,Leaf Huts; also Clete, Velvet. an
Glazed Sunpuer Caps, of the new and late
.. , PV DOMESTICS—
Giniboms, Checks, Bed Ticks, Cotton Sheetin fr.
Yare,lColorfd Carpet Warp, Batting, Carth.t
Bags &c., 4.
All whichs in the various Kinds. Styles, d •
I scrffitinna a4d prices will furnish the most d..-
sirabl , i indigements to purchasers, who are i •
vited to ezqinine his stock with the assurane
Ma as his tpurchases are made entirely 1.
ash' i , and iergely of the manufacturers agen.,
in the city, :and will be sold at small profit .
they will not fail to be, pleased. c
New MilfOrd, May . 27. 1847.
02-CW tiCADL I
.kaitummat coliamare a a a
THE sutiticriberaare now receiving a lan'
1. and Osirnble stock of
SPRING & SIIISDIEII GOODS,
whiCh wer4 i ought for Cash, and will be s
for the sam6 as cheap as can be bought in No
there Penniiiivania. Our friends and cust,
mere, will please accept our thanks for the
rery,liberal tintronage during the past year ; a
REVIE4BTR that any thing wanted in a
idnel for he r icer to come will he furnished the',
on the minciiple of • Lire and let lire.' N •
10 t BE UIOERSOLD.' is out motto, and
intehd stridtly to adhere to it. All kinds
gauntry pr otl uce received in payment, as w;
as Cash, OW Silver, Flaxseed and Beeswax.
' Bentley 4. Read.
Montrose; May 20, 1847.
BOI.OADT,OTIIS Tweeds, Merinoes, a
' fancy assimeres, Satinetts. Jean'S,,Ve
titigS. and Slimmer Goods of a great varlet
justlopenedjand selling right by
Bentley 4- Read.
BON NOS, . and Bonnet Trimmings, Si
and ditton parasols, 87,,n.
• 1 • , Benlig 4- Read.
E5l BROID ERE D. figured and Gingha
LAW S; Mouslin De Laines, from
3d. tti 2s. 34 per yard, English, Irish and
merican Gilighams, Oregon Plaid, and a.sple i
did lot of cillicoes now opening by
Bentley S Read.
ILIARDWA RE and Crockery—a full o. •
11 on hand. •• Bewley 4. Read.
"6 - R00,4‘, Patent Pails, (common and
dat) tiutter Ladles and Stamps for S
right by fi
CLOCKS. a full assortment. watches, Je
VV elrypgley's celebrated Gold Pens. •
Also Ba ,Twist, Steel Beeds, Purse and B
Clasps miff trimmings. I
Bentley 4- Read.
RON . STEEL.—Swedes and E:g. R
I led I RQN, Dr e_ Teeth. Band. [loop, itou
and Sena; Iron, 1 " Cast. German, Arnerte. l
Spring, aiid,Eng. Blister Eat:EL.—Also-N I
Rods—as Abeap• as the cheapest by
Bentley 4' Read.
WIN :.ER Sperm, Refined whale, bins=-
add Olive OILS of the purest qualit
Also, Paii6 of every co!or and descripti
warranterrto give satisfaction, and will, be fp
very /ow by, \,... •
c; Bentley eqtead
VlSll.4Sword and Codfish, Shad and Ma(
eral Oiling cheap by
Bentley k Redd.
LOOKING Glasses & Plates o f almost ev
size fast opened by
Is Bentley 4. Read
ANIII SUM . IIIER GOODS
OF al Iricind's just received—first in inark ,
-and will be sold as ctrenciss the Chen ,E
l ii SALISBURY' .
April 15. 1847
T"EOubsczriber is now receiving and o i en
forOule a new and desirable stock o
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
at prices : cannot-fail to be tiatisfocto •ti
all who d4sire great bargains. His sip& c,m
prises a ftill assortment of
riiiy GOODS, CHOCKED-hr. x 1
, 40CERIES, ILARDWRDE,
10incivitit, DRUGS, i'
i ITTE.STUITS, NAILS, '
1 *N -WIRE, FISR, 41; .
all of wllich will be sold at unusua lly m , i
J.' 1 4 ,
May 4. 1847. •
, IN. B. No . charge madefor exhibiting g. , d
therefortdon't fail to give us a call before , tii
chasing plisewbere. J. 1 4' s.
lIVO. YDS. Summer Cloths; elle. r
, in Town for Bale by
at YDS. Heavy Sheeting
9 urSVII. cents per Yd. for caeh, kir
%WEN Pails; Butter stamps and La. it
1:11•V • Oodles 'Pim &c. &c: at' - J . : Lyo •
41 ANRLES--Home manufacture„ , for
r 6 Oft() YDS. Planoel. wattled 'Ut
this and let.day of 'WO
~ P411191111t., • :
OQD iiti nepaper at'l2,t and eti
- "010er,,et10,qe, per 'ip#Fei—ro-111$ e I
n 0 KAMA WIESBLIWNt
111,4 r, INES, GINGHA ZAWNS,,, .
spiendi 'pattern's kw received and ieltin •
.theop f o cash by J. Ly , ns
e rhl ly u der
thatarlVnsthe t General
Taylor' of ,Montrose." executes all 'kinds
work in his line. of business,in a little bett 4
,and at as fair pricesas any other Tay,:
for this side'of Mexico ; this is to inform al l
who have, tir ay -fsvor hiin with their cust om
that be has ju st received from New York hi
nettle! Ira riety: o i
SPRING AND SUMMER FASHION
and hi now prepared to wait upon Gentlemei
when it shall suit their convenience.
, May sth LltElll7.
ririE subscriber having withdrawn for tl
present from all connection with the tali.
brinkbusiness except cutting, will hereaftdr
give is attention to that particular branch 4--
*slimly; 'From a long and successful experi,
eucei with recent improvements, and a reguliii .
receipt of the latest fashiOnti• he bas entire con
fidence in' his ability - to please all who nly
employ him. To prevent mit.apprehension he
would further state, that having worked hereth
fore for the sake of working, he intends in fu—
ture to work for the Bake-of the pay ; (except
where charity May, dictate otherwise. ) Those
therefore who are able to pay but always with
hold, will please also withhold their ctom.
Shop over the Hitt Store, first building north
of the Stage house. P. LINES.
Montrose, MAy 5. 1847. . 20m3
Spring Fashion for 1347.
CROWN -71-4 inches high, 5.16 yeoman,
bell at sides, 1-16 front and rear, 14
curve. Tit —4 oval, flat. BRIM- Inches
wide, front and rear, and 1 9-16 at sides.—
Btramio-11.4 of an inch wide.
The above new style,, introduced in New
York on Saturday, Match 6th, by Beebe & Cos
tar, are now realy and tor sale by'
' April 8. 'MERRILL & ROOT.
WHEREAS, Nature, having furnished to
the head of Man, no covering, sufficient
• to protect it from the Winter's storm, or We
, i burning rays-of Summer's sun, it ts aloud high
-1y essential to his comfort and beauty, that he
- provides himself with scme human fabric calcu
✓ lated to supply the deficiency. And. whereas
i [prudence requires, that every one, should pur—
r !chase such urtic:es as they io-sy need, where
those equally good, can he obtainedat the low
,-eif prices, therefore, BE cr Kmiwx.io the inhab
e itants of Susqu'elianna County . , and all others
f whom it may concern, that
1 WM. M. POST, S t'O.
Have established themselies ' at thei old stands
one door south of the FA-minks' STORE, where
they intend to manufacture, n Rd keep constantly
on hand, HAT's of every description. Imaddi•
lion to their unusually large Chock of Hats now
on hand, and manufactured at their establish ,
ment, W..N. P . & Co. h.i re juqt reel, ived fro'
NEW YORK, a full supply of SC M NIER HATS
& CAPS, which gives them the most extensive
land varied assortment of Goods in their line.
ever effered for sale in Northern PronsylvaniA.
All of which will be sold lor ct- I l or READY
PAY 'TWENTY FIVE PER CENT eager lee Usual Rri-
. Montrose, April 29, 1g47
SPRLVG•STYLE FOR 11.47,
s lAND'erery style trt:
of Otter. Betr, Nutria,
Brush, Cassimere, •M oleskic, Angola.
' Muskrat, and Coney HATS, of all shapes. s zes,
I-colors. qualities and prices, from $l.OO to $5.90
at the Hat & Cap Depot of -------- - ti
' - WM. M. POS 4 I', 4. Co. _i l IV 8 T EK'S Balsam' of W il d Chory, Boar
pas Accoustic 014 World's Satre. Jhyt J
. i '.
LEGHORN AND STRA TV HATS. I
' Expectorant, Vermifuge, Ca rinina tive; ua..sf.m.
NI ENS and Boys double and single bricn I
Fuld iSand's Sarsaparilla, Dr. i
Opium, Balsam of Life, M'Munn's: tlixer l ot
Leghorn, also, Awerican En ' Bullard's' Oil Slltp.
Coburg ttiraw, also American Rutland Hats,; BriliSh & Harlem Oils, Motrats Phenix Bitt/rs,
of different qualities, for sale cheap at ' I Shuniar's & NV star's Cough i LozMiges, Ixnti
WM. 51-. POST, 4. CO's. ' many others orate popular medicines of he
day, fOr sale right by . ;
BEN rt.ty 4 REAM ~
Bentley. k Read
- - -
DOZ..thins and Bo} sirk, Linen and
UM. Cotten Glazed Caps of new and beau
tiful tlstles, cheaper than at any , other estab
lishment, may be found :it
Inn. M. Post. & Co's.
OF every kind, and . in any quantity, very
low at WM. M. POST, 4, co's.
' SPRING 4- SUMMER GOODS,
to which he would solicit the attention of his 1
friends and the public.
`His stock as ugual will compride
full variaties'of Fancy and Staple '
Dry . Goods, Groceries, - Crockery,
Hard Ware, Hollow Ware, Stone ware,
: i Iron 4- Steel, • Nails, • Medicines,
. Paints, Lamp 4. Linseed Oil, Fish,
Patin Leaves, Ploughs 4- Castings,
• Grind Stones; 4-c.,i
all of which will be sold on the mo-t favorable
ierrns, and at the lowest Gish, Barter or Credit
.1 New Mdford. May 20, 1647. , N .
AFULL assortmeot of Stone Ware this day
receiied, and will he sold cosAr by
BENTLEY & READ.
N11 1 .11P22114 •
N exchange for Goods, Eggs,Beeswax, Tow
s , 14.1. Cloth, Flax, Butter, Dried Apples, Rags,
„rain, Old Pewter, Beans, &c. &c. l
84r r eDI b rlafl s ess r es,'6i rgniIers,bIkns,Cilireri shes,eiis
alm leaf Hats, Bqs,cups, Umbrellas, Para
sols, dr.e.,/u4 landing-`at
SUSQUEEIANNA - COUNTN . SS.; •
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that in
8 purimance of a Writ!: of Partition itsued from
le the Orphans Court of said County, and tO me
directed,au Inquest will be held for making
partition f lhe 'Real Estate Of Jabez H y de,
late of Au h townshiji, in said County dace sed,
' 3, among th widow and heirs of the - Said J bez
Hyde dec d, on Saturday the 31St day of uly
nest,ati o'clock in the forenooh, on the prem.
isesin R h township according to the aqt of
Astieisibl in such case made and proVided.
,Said Real Estate is r, described "as follow t .to
Wit:— • :' . i ' i
' The • ead'--containing one hundred 4.
- • sixty one acres, sixty - one andlvettenth
cites,--* Same; Hilt Lot,' 4 adjoinin the
sr above -, a n co ntaining twenty , three acres! and
7 thir,ty liz rods, 119 d .gl'hi Aural IfieeliFigem:
Gent:dab ..oneitundred acreii,•;•anct en,,irch
tberi is detelliqg house, barri,antabb utle,
each of tit Above' tracts being. situated i the
1 1- townshi p. ' , Ituali , stOresaid. , ; _t -.1- ', , ..
as ..: ~, . ~. . f !,N.,C.-AVARNEk Sher ff.
' - Sheeift'a (Ansa, 1
Mantra's, May 26, 1847.-
NEW STYLE GENT'S HATS.
PROCLAMATION ! !
Pro Bono Public°
CLOTH . CAPS.
PLAIN and tancy, made of light cloth, and
suitable for summer, at
Win.. 11. Post, CL's.
N E W 0 0 D S.
HBURRITT, is now receiving an .exten
. sive and select ossortmentof
rriHE Subscriber wouldinforni his k friends,
IL and the public, that.he ..ttaa purchised the
Shop formerly occupied b P. Jenks, b#t more
recently by Mr. H. Patrick; a few roils ;west of
the Court [louse, where bei is now carrying on
tbe above business in all itibranchea. , sot.
licks a shitre of the public patronage. i
Montrose, Jan. 20, 1847.
1 — •
The - Grape-V . llr Cradle: . .
HE undersigned takes this method of ini-'
,formirt the public that be is pow engaged in.
ma ndfucturing one of the 4 most useful l instrd-
Ments for cutting gram, ever offered in 'Market,.
The structure of this Cradle is such es.to ea- ,
;able a man toeut bis grain - With much s fess le
bor than is usually. required—thereby alinoit,
changing the task into pleasure. A ndmber 6
citizens of this county, who have used, the Cra-,:'
dle during.the past season, (whose noires cirri,
be given if reference is desired) hesitate, not id'
pronoupce it superior, by Afty.per cerit., to anyt
instrument of the kind they ever used. 7 1
An opportunity of examining the strpcture
and utility of the instrument will shady 14
given. They. will be offered for: sale tby tlig;
first of May: at all the principal stares rind.pu4
lie places throughout the country. K t
. ' v
a Prices. . "aCCOrdfing to the article.: r.
Fur common article, (scythe included) $4 64
Do Wire trimed &c. do ' , 5.06
Do Five teeth abd trimed do i , 5,50
Do Teeth plated, 'do. , ' 6,0,
G. S. AMES. .i
Gibson, Feb. 6th,1847.7.
OLD STAND—OLD Ora,z.z.--
(oobs anb VA) Ones. !;
ALT the store of the Subscriber N0.:13. Turiti ,
pike street, may be found a general asst;3rtrneul
of Goods. Good goods andat the lowekit price:
—Consisting of 1
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
I sADDLEitv, 4 v
1 IR ON AND. STEEL, " : NAILS, ;1 • ..
PLOUGHS, BOOTS4IO suotol.
Shoe-Kit and findings &c.
M. S. WII;SON,
Montrose, March 3, 1847. .A,
f ‘ l
i VALUABLE -FAMILY MEDICINES.
R. Segues Restorative Pills. • Dt. SOOO
er's Hygman, do. Lee's, Ilooper's...ocji
I l'orhatto, do. Also, Dr. Rafidty'4 'Fatuity 1
1 Medicines, consisting , orßalm of Gilead, Wottp
Oil, Vegetable Pills, Eye Water, Streni- j thenikg
Plas'er, Embrocation. &c. &c. a
For tbetr superior excellence and reat Ust -
fulness, tbesegnedietnei pre entitled toe pile
in every family. Try them.
OPODELDOC. Dr . J ne's Ver mifuge,
frey's Cordial. Covert's Balm of L'ife, mphis:,
Horehound, Paregoric, Licorice, &c, • &e., t6r
sale by J. .I.YON
April 8, 1847. _
--• • ;
D R U.G . STO,REa
BENTLEY 4i„ READ, have this day recei'v•
ed an addition to their stuck •of hi - 4s.
Mediciries. Dyestuffs, 04s, 4c. 44., whip
make,; their winter assortment complete, anidto
which they invite the attention of their friends
in Susquehanna county: Physidians: and och
ers supplied with every : article in nor line eats
low a. rate as at any other establiShmeot at.
Montrose, Dee. 9. 1846. ' P
f ORE winter strain ed, Fait Si
IL Refined Whale OILS, a 0.
71" Lane.eed Brill Tanner'llo l ., fok.
--- 4 " !''. 4 ••• - cheap by i '
• - BENTLEY 4 READ
RANK MILLER'S, celebratiut Lea Vier
.Prvrerrative and water Proof Blacking
just the thing for this weather, for mile by g
's, , • i
itirtGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR, a Ore
IV I for Sore Eyes. Cuts. Swellings, Butos,
Bruises &c. &c. just received and for -sate bt
Benlietiltt Rea p .if
STREL BEEDS and PURSE TWIST, a ?pur
. supply just received, also, 1%41 Bag And
Purse Clasps, Slates, &c, &c.
Bentley cf. R 4
IFVUTGS MEDICINES.—A fOll \ns.‘ 7
went just opened, and for said right y
Bentley '15.! Re, c,
ADIE'S Buskins, Slippers and ,Gttitefs
4;also a large assortment of Chid ren's stioes
GROCERIES.—Sugitr and Mohisses 4 , P y
, cheap, Tobacco, Teas, Raisir)gs, Cidffee,
Chotolate, Zartes Currepts, Pepper,
Saleratus, Ginger, Soap, Lorillard
game superior Candles, &c., &c— r just received
and dor sale, low by • ''}
Bentleyi 4- R e a
LgATHER.—SoIe and Upper Leather—kalso
C Calf Skins just received and Oar sale by ,
Bentley, 4. 12e41,
Airt the Old Stolid of Lyons 4 Chaa r dier, -
may be-found F. B. Chaedle4 and R?bert
C. Simpson, who have entered' inlparthership
under the Arm of F.B. Chandler,l ,
Co. , They
will t endeavor at all times to be iareadinO , 'it to
attend to those who may- fi,vor y t l hem t 0 a
dill; . ;
The remaining stock of Dry
O Cl 4 aids, 40.
cees, Hardware;'Tiiii*So, 114501 m;
GlOsg, ac. &c., which we Itiinl en band i ;.otil
be split unusually, low. •
F. B. CHANDLER; 4,
AOBERTO. ;SHOPS N. -
. , \I'LOV.6IIO4 ii
NEW and full nisoitnient Bought ind
lasting ofihe tucultl4rproveinion
strdbtion, just received. and . for isle at lo prig
nes by 11,!4Pattirr.
gem Milford, April 4th, 1841. ' •
Q INNING WHEELS for:A l al°
14 Pililfi) I Mi
few rd, Julie 12. len.
'.ID.RAWN GOODSt:" ,
GREAT:variity- of lacesalaried an'titt*
IristainaPh J Acootta, dia at
I *- "
SUMME/ STUFFS, droton -51004, Tiri
'Gambr - nes, stripes apdplaids eotOon
tow at ° Ty ri.
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II II II 11 11 ,NY Er S I'ILLS-. I 1111111111
1 ,Th•Aiifittilat bulimia
THESE:4IIIi are one "Of, the Oftt Meth
; Comppunda hi tweet the present day s
iAs a-common fainily"pbysic,fer lifininiste al k t
l'in all temporarf complaints Of the koraszhead
ibowels,- bead-I,4he, coldst-dtc,, tlisy,may b e
fully depended• upen t Ind a prompt use of the m
'on the first appearance of indisposition wilt i n .
variably wive , much 'detrital& alley are p..,
liarly adapted tolell caws of, weaktiess an 4 ite i:.
oral debility—entdentrig,ement et the spite ;
and`especially,with females—and a steady, be ,
interrupted use 'of theT, in *rift conforma l
with the directions will vertsooktreitore tl if
organs of the stomach tontbetr natinel tone at/
'action, and retaliate th e = bowels, and renew
the whole system: -, , ~ •
There is no disposition to glue ' eittliallut
1 commendations 'of them,- Whit :iillb,ere stated,
is the result of kuctual eXperience with th em
land that tilt: o .l4h a period °fifteen Yeats. h
lis not 'supposed; er pretended,lbin they IN
raise die dead; neithei- ere theif.desittned to b e
, used as freely as • tve use our. FOOD t Such ex it
the true purpose of triedi ine. Iti only apps,
priate °thee is to unlit - more in! restoring ti,
lsystem to 4 proper tone nd Aoki% whe n an ,
voidably, tor - through carelestrnesui or excels,
r becomes deranged. Many sire 4areless, sr
['hence need this aid. Apd the moat cordite !
I,liable to kriegularities of tie dystem. It
needless, almost to sax, than , pr ompt me
safe acrd effective remedies, on the first appi
ance hf itiness,-is the part of wisdom, Ert
a Medicine the P,rapriet?r knows lthese nil
be.,,a And he ii certain that in :forty nine of
sus out of fifty 4 -,where a fair trill is made si
cording to the directions, they will be used l i
gain as a standard 'medicine i lie has w'
known an instance, where theylave been sir
used, in which ihey have not me with on t o
IFIED A ITltOiriLl ,
Numerous testimonials may be seen st ti
General Office of sale, and references till'
given to sUbstlntial /icing witnessed of thel
valuable curative properties. ' i
The Pills are purely vegetable , are of a
kinds, min k
in-m and i purgatiye,l purifyinif
blood, and proditcinga healthy hewn throe
the entire system ; are a valuable Anti Bilfii
3ledieine, and,elnieently useful ill all lingeral
complaints--Weaktra, General! Debit ity,Dl
riepsy,Puirriona ty, A
,ections, Liver Complaint
Rheumatic mill Spasmodic Affections, Fer
Complaints, Palpitations, din: i
No Fa m 9 y, after a fair trial. 7111 be wither
. aem. i . .
They are put : up l. in , FIFT CENT at
DOLLAR PACK - AGES, each having a paropt
let embracingal valuable Treatise on Dam
with full directions for rise. The Dollar par
ages are the cheapest to tbe purChaser. TI
'may be ordered through Druggists, givig
Street and No, 'of the General Depot.
Sold, Wholesale and Retail, at
No. 14,0 Fulton street, Secomii Floor, Y I
Between Neissau-street an ; DroadwN
irr As you sialuell calm-trip them ' l .(t
[Cr The above fills are also for sale at ..1
tore of B NT LEY, St. REALI, - Uf this place
NEW DRY GOO%
AT WilpipALE VITAL
1 HE SybiieriheiL would intoim the ein
of N!otitrose afit.viCinity, thati to had just
turtiFd from 13.0stoninnti New.Ycirk. with
• . ,
worth of Dry.Goode, which hatte been perc h
e, for cash:,sinesithe reduction of the Tart
r i nd will -be sold frpro 25 to 50' per cent:
thon Spring price47'.
NI ER C HtiVrs in partieulai, will fieiH
their interest.i.to call end examiite his siock,
fare visitinth.iNew York'; as heis confident, ,
I anVaniages are Rich as to enable. him 10E
lon hetter - tet titan they can : buy io N
fork. Cali and satisfy yourio4vea, at the E
end of . Exelittageltuirdinca, Binghamton.
I : - • . R.l. WISNER,
DOZ. Tin Ware, including Panq, Pt
i ffliFlF Dippers, Coffee and T e a Pots. Brki
B.t ins, &c. &c ~at. wholesale o f retail, at r
ly r tinned prices; for sale
DOCT. R. THAYER,
BOTANIC A; ':HYDROPATHIC PHTii
'VIAN, AMY' SURGEON—Office et
dwelling ttl'iidhouse eastotthe Counffoa
—Will be at homeSaturdaYs of each let
where he Willfie happy to wait upon alit
who may (dyne him with a call.
ftlontrose, ,, M4y, 1847.
Attorney at Liint;—Has rern4eil his OM
Turnpike Street; one doot East of 13.
Case's Office,tand ihree.doors West of:
Register ling. Office. •
ii ,qr. A, GROW ,
Attorney at 1,4.---Offtee.on Turnpike 51.,
doole EasCof'Bentley BSc 1114 ad's Drug Ste)
_ I DA. H. SMOTE,
DENTIST-Set Teeth on 'Gold 'PWe
does all De tint' work in tile best-style.
work warranted. Can be (blind at L Set
on Mood4r-a f rid Tuesday ci(each ireo ,
iii Ls & SHE MAN,
Dealers in Dry,Goods, Groceries, HartiSt
Crockery,! Una, Nal* Fish -iStc,;-One d$
_below Judp poit's„ .
Dealer in Diy,"-Goods,' Grneeries, liar&
&c—Bron f Ort, Susq'aiiect:,
Bentley 4- Rea
1.! B.- LATHROP, -
Physician mid , iSurgean--01ce. over the
change. Seringvitle..Pa. 4
P 4.1 DINOCK,
Physicians. nd, -
urgenns, * ontrose,'Ps ,
ce over RI Searle &Co's Store.
I i YID CLEMONS,
coach. Wie Alanufacent;
pike. a fa ' tads below Out Village.
, i 1 .....
' ,' l• 1 Tffil• C.' -114 _r,
Dealer. in: rk , , Goods,-,,OccOries, Ihr 4
Crcletteiii,Z,Doking Glasses ; Stops & al l
wa r e '4' ShPel:fteitc.—Firail 3tort below,
Courti - 1410e4A.,"t side of -Public Avows'
Attorneykpournellor it wo""
Storeoft ith Poor &cm. in to mem ic"
De 4.1.*4.3 gtasylukd *po i D 9! Vi
A4edlaitieot — ralol* '
-,orfi'llaid‘ra*Gio6ef"' 1419 king
CiOCki; •WOCha;.MO. 1 4 )PatrA u rt I
r _. elry;Tin!"(id Stix! , IM i lo o lsat
465 r castortheo
T.l.l®l t el it E.
& tTitEETER ,
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