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Geo. iliomitirtee Presidents, Willie* Ullr,
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Retie , That ire Approve tthe! iliv - IsJ
ent Tarter a whole, end that the &pie
sentatiives of-Pennsylvania in COngress, are
entided tr4iiir thanks for their unanimous
At the tiktrie meeting* the itor of the
Tioga talkie was called upo y Wm. Gar
retain Eng. to publish `lran Buren's
Letter Milhe Texas question, which was
accordingly done.' .
Steen that #me:: We "'find nothing in -the
published' pnweecintgrorthe Demaracy of
this ea . *: 41n&we!fit . g the ' above, bus on
the contri . ii . 7 Much an its favor. The Rep
lessatatifel: PO* Legislature have in#iri. I
ably TOP ALstAiktite preient law, and
the last ieslieis both Mr . Sherwood and r.
John C.`liboi voted in the affirmative. It
would*l4eapPear, that the party pe
er, wha t ny be the views of a portion,,
have assented to Sustain the priuciplewef
the let Istiel;' ati 'Was public expression
shows." - ',;
• %111r•ATERWs..FIRE: _ •
Our Citizens are at length aroused to the
necessity et providing some adequate means
of protect* for lireir property against the
relentless destroyer, fire. A meeting was
laid at-the Esmart-house one Friday evening
bat, at hider. BENJ. SAYRE was appointed
Chnirnsin; JOHN BLANDING, SECIEINEy,
to adopt prelinti -l ' nary measures for the par
abase of a new and adequate Engine and
Hose, and the thorough organization of a
Fist Ctimpan' y. We sincerely hope the ne
•cesrawy funi)s Will be speedily raised for the
purchun eta Engine and Hose, and tl,t
them may be no delay in organizing our
great ditillcnity, we know, is' tile scii;city of
water, Mit it the late fire'ffiere was a suffi
ciency, if it itad ben properly and seasona
bly applied, lie hate extinguished the fire zn
larß. F.tßatirS'Paq. of Mt Pleasant,
Wayne iyo. , hill Pulaished a card in the
lionetdaia papers, announcing himself as a
candidate. Air Ow ,nest Assembly. , Self-
Nominationi nre incontrovertibly Demo-
The litcSity -Tariff Bill, emphatically the
Bill of 1844pasiedlhe Senate by a major.
ity of oar ; with a trifling amendment,
which was, leannparatively of little account,
and whit* Wu reedit) , concurred in 10 the
Howe Who, by their votes con&trrecliar
oma.conceireil,ito the Representative branch,
after the ilielne-retunied totbem, we 14nis i .
not, neither do -we care. Tt ii sufficient to
know that etety member ef. . - congreookfrom
Petinsyttnenii,lxcepi Repreie" nta
tire, Mr. Wilma, opposed the pitsage of that
miticau Ir4frosn beginning'to end.
The editor's of the' Public - Ledger," pur
daily paper train Philadelphia, says
4 ‘Tir. Nei TANl'''. Btt.t, will go into4cop
eratiom on the first of December next, etas
the tiarie that Congreso will again be called
together. Seine of the journals, in viefiriof
this feet, We: Alined the try of repeal, but
as the siert *lion will be composed of men
who passed** bill, it is not likely that they
will vote la *peal At. The Congressional
elections fie.* .swaiedioulesson occur
bU;thor hOpe'llfa rePeal lain'
electing it that thee members Who are op.
posed to tho . he*. WV.
ant katie AP* Read.
We espy the' following from the "Batavia
Tidies," bettering - that any intelligence
touching the prospects of that interesting
and impoql# pkOece. Will be • read With
avidity by . oar &liens. 'The' 'Editor saYs :
q We mol l .. informed on - Tuesday - last by
the . OW New 'York mid :kw
Itailmed ' ; that it is Wein* to
have that Milli*, pteted within three years, ,
uni * that will then-be tiken from,
to - Tiirk in eighteen hears;
wick neady half the meal
that is noottilished on sevemil,
mob iolindhad. ' The fare will not Sy'
'mod ei/ht .1 ,,*4 1 ; piabwk ` ,
• rix - Abe Pimple's Ad: r ii en t e .
" Rule or ruin,'? is the motto at these
rho wish tolandsteilie Democracy or 811.:
grimiest rioures'• puked
Odic Momteittoe, in their eat Ai'
. 4 . °13 " t 7 C ' ig too gelituriai end
101 41ftry to tait . !Be y at !east, *tribe Dei t o'sli
titir conlii4ueVal . ii ii , They tt,,osrmt
lb4witiluto r oticiivi t os i o u
1 . the Melt,. Orl
1 • - ' 1-itrriiat 1 rini 1 ,- ,,1: - - % 4. .'s - '
lap • •-. _ ~ - • , :-! '• '•- i
Cd i gl itiik ao4 . 4 l ,oo ll,4lbealiklitii
4 0 11 10. 1 *. 1 4 1011 4 arifileMinoil. Itlt t as
' irosisalViliAkhili - hiiil44 411iredisur
•4 A-v.I4:V/ rig 4,14., ..:.1,-Niciii.4l-7,l4Ecini
ofatm lie **to '
** l3 difallr - ; , , AlFtiose motto 1
ii t %tie lopiorii god& ii rule." .tut
'airiiris of the''lliiiiiia Order 'whose
.:#l4lCleulpe 4 l eryti *land be
- . i =ii4llk 4_,iiiiillis*P:DigatiicaAT.
XIL I PLI II O I O III4 I I . LIONNIV Psver
I come no in wither objection, that per
*Pitfirt46o: • operative,. all,Totibut
~whielt - we haveztir contend. it lathe,: !, You
Year smilers 'are tt:ss. est .
a lle&4lla !A l lt i t a lA l t* lala a#
of -savent f ,
Pmared 6 0, 1 0
plie.,*nteeinitt"Wallist-hox Upon the uiiUtu.
and interests, and pudic sentiments of '
the land ; would yield to the so obvious
' t elaims of Truth upon them, and go over to'
the help of bruised humanity.
Now this objection, or rather excuse, im
plies a want of confidence in the power, of
Truth, and of its Author. No Reformer _
'ever lacked this faith. It inspired Luther,
,in all-his dark, and to other eyes, hopeless.
,stuale against the ancient, and earth-based
usurpations of Romish Superstition. West
India would never have told to a vast world
the joyous story of Emancipation, but for
this faith in the few who redeemed • her, un
der circumstances far more hopeless than
any that surround us. The plea is untrue,
in pointof fact Our Truth will prevail..—::
Its subtle, pervading, omnipresent spirit is:
abroad. It is creeping into unnumbered
hearts—it colors every interest—and, in a
thousand ways, is moving the great pro
slavery parties from their deep foundations.
The persecution, and martyrdom of her vo
nines, but attest her purity, and speed her
progress. The two great pro-slavery parties
are unsteady, before the anti-slavery storm.
We know not what developments a year
may bring fOrth.. And yet amid all this con
flict and change ; every thing depends upon
the few, who fat, and firm seated upon the
simple, yet subliine eminence of moral puri
ty, hear up forever that luminous banner, to
which the dispersed of nil 'pestles will be at
*in if the objection were true, it makes
no difference, reimier, with you or me. The
great error of the time is;that we lose our
individuality; and transfer from ourselves to
the great party, or public, the responsibility
for crimes Which we commit in common.—
ThiSlendency is seen in all the Social and
polities!' relations of life. We see in our
Inichit t Bank arid other corporations perpe
trailing wrongs upon whole communities, for
which no sense of responsibility seems to
exile anywhere; and from the corninission
of Which, in * his private, transactions, each
individual member of thin corporation would
shrink aghast. This tendency must be over
come., In , all our acts, especially that of
voting, which is the most important and re
sponsible duty of life; we must ever bear
a sense of individual accountability,—ordsne
we must stand or fall." It ii no excuse that
we are 'few, and therefore, without hope of
success. Each must do his duty, in order
to stand irresiirinsible' for the wrongs perp,e
traled by the initeses. 'l, The position is sim
ply: this—" ithersil;;Mild do right / would."
Why if they did so there would be no evils
duty - wouldn't Exist. Be
came they reftise, is the very reason why
you' should do it ; and the more there be
who.thus refuse, the stronger irthe oblige=
tion upon you to act alone for truth. Ah !
that solitary vote is never lost. It wipes
'Rom your own skirts the deep, deep stain of
human blood—it is a ray of light amid thick
&nip, ititts eyes, and giying the
prosisise , kir brighter day-4 promise which
PtiticHt: has 4siierbelied. !ye:moral
~i _ l M SULthuttiplanted, shill grow, and
qweattUdti:4l branches *the
all d a til i
Besid*n r ei b it s#, "(it what we
• Man "nate, or how .
darn y Wil4)omgerbi professions
so long intiiiiitdarehekkni, and men
whom hg knows will continue slave keels
don, his Oninence is for *lorry. In point
off' Suitt, heistworrs tiereq . ; and what more
doMfthe Wait of slaveholderst It is easy
te'find'elienees for doing wfiat we love to
do: -Devil always fitinisitee such to
hisvniarie r I. 4 lie hasfurnisheithis. and by
it dread — bete Who started fair,
iistAtiohlogliebitt itso eitdighiesikegaiTot
+*iis!!fib sionplitotter doe_
hair& their **bung Tie* to hind hint:
to s wi ng deith! And ?Min this charge the".
ditto' is by no means exempt.
Tl* t 9 mike yeti r WNW .
IS,Wellikr bit ter : Now it isn't true dift
.4 approved is the Ofd
esti 'Nit', Testament. The *wadi
aclike, the history *Owl
00.KOPtelljdi*Olteetith was sigh4st
lire* Our "ouollokPlOs UP= v
of theterisid haye &'" iti
iiiiiiit ' Ctiftilinid ruks to gorm_
errsed, sad= the mooed' of loth.
-OP! Teacher tale hielet* they.
isstst Poreieutini, end arts dim
Ac*lulth 4 it i :hut thin;Sion* ea, ji
pereeeueor. Re telk u tow towil, ot
s t i ttrO 01 ! OU. oflia; bet dcitie f the
motor the aveldtunt What allilial
Ant While I, am notiolog coma(
ulltik fetitats," of the ,Deetoorst,
Yew;Med. Canaan:bye a
their "Omer interests" are unsettked
-it*.tenee, that "slavery is not
Areaarutaibei of our ..other it
What 'an argtunentl: Now if he' ll • • ,
those countries, he'll find that if they vii't
Slavery, (the greet crime of all our iY
they have some other sin, or sins to 'snub
them; else I assent, upon the word of Him
,who knows man, having formed him, that
all their "other interests" are in a perfectly
.quiet and happy state. The world ,
saw a people or an individual sseraliy right,
. t his a other intertnts" were secure, -
ful, happy. "Seek first the kingd of
;God, and all things- shall be ad unto"
;11 0 o.” is Ili admonition which man ' slow
to learn.. 'Until ,he holm it, earth will as
,",it has ever been, an arenas:o oo d r ll4l —k 4l
'when tielearns it, in* ' '
`` 'IL have dawned - upon thiii • • ara,
;dime. However distant that prospe r' may
;be to our faithless eyes ; you and I, r,
;are bound to act in reference to it, a ; if, in
'ell the Universe of God, we were h s sole 1
intelligences. HUMAN RIGHTS.
The ome term Priselpie.
I We cannot refrain from returning our
acknowledgements for the evidences which
irwe have received from every section Of the
Otate, of the approbation of our Demoratic
Friends of the course we have pursued in
; advocating the one term principle. These
4vidences of approval will tend to ertcour- -
age us in the defence of what we believe
to be a principle, the ascendency of which
Tcan alone secure the future success of the
Democratic party, and at the same time
purify the administration of the aff ` sof
One of our correspondents, who resides
in a strong Democratic county, must ex
•Ose us for giving publicity to an extract
from one of his letters. The writers lays :
ti I have read with much interest the 'edito
rials in your valuable family' Argus,' on
the subject of the one term principle. They
are sound and orthodox. The Democrats
of the country are fully aware by its adop
fion.they will - hereafter secure a faithful ad-
Ministration of their public affairs. Adopt
ihe one term, the public officer will be re
moved from every temptation of wrong do
ing in the dispensation of patronage and
be will then have but the single motive to
Ontrol him in office—a faithful discharge
Of his duties. Adopt the principle, a;d we
Shall see no more prostitution of officilpat
konage in securing a re-election. Now is
he time to. act. We have the noble exam
* before us of our worthy President-+with
the one terra motto he came into power. If
#se Democratic patty svilk-beigaideit bras&
examples, we have nothing to fear aliOther
year hence ; but a disregard of sound pok
ey, will involve us in defeat and ruin. I
have no fear of the North—she is aw ken-
Mg to a proper sense of wisdom, a d al
though the ' powers that be' may atte 'pt to
perpetuate themselves in office, the spirit
and common foresight of the people will
Most assuredly veto every means of the
kind. In this country, the day is About
dawning when the Democracy will be heard
an a voice ' not to be misunderstood.' The
motto of the' Democracy of, Pennsylirania
will be enscribed, one term, at 'all hazards.'
The Mormon Emigrants. I.
The Ilancckk Eagle confirms the report
- 4 the enlistment of five hundred Mormons
as volunteers under Gen. Kearney. They
are to be volunteers for twelve months- 7 -
1011 be marched 'to California, receiving pay
Bd allowances during the above time and
its expiration will be discharged and al
lo:wed to retain as their private property the
guns and accoutrements to be furnished to
In consideration of their having pace d this force at the disposal of Gen. Kearney,
the Government pledges itself that protec-
On shall be given to the emigrating Mor-
Mons, and grants them the use or " any of
the Indian lands they may think proper to
Ailect," until they are ready to cross the
The Mormons, in accordance with' this
arrangement, have made choice of dtrand
Nand, up the Platte river, a large 'tract
which has a salt spring upon it. There they
1611 winter and collect the entire Mormo!
Opulation of the West, preparatory to a
Movement upon California in the /ring.
%his will probably enable that unfort nate
tend persecuted people to leave the soy
w!ithout any further annoyance. Nauv is,
*waver still the scene of dit turban be
ttieen the newcitizens and the "Regulat 'm"
the former keep themselves armed
siist the outlaws who disturb them. t, of
16,000 Mormons at Nauvoo, 15,000 , ave
Prrrsatraa Cosecaexce.---The Pi. . urg
Conference of the Methodist Episcopal
Cliurel has just closed its session at Union,
Po. The. Rev.. Drs.Bond, Pitman and Lev
!pegs, and Rev. Mr. . Tippet, from Nevi
were present. Among other reirlu
tipns ad war war one requesting the resi
ding Bis hop "to remove every man whi:i wns
oil a stidion last year, and place him 'a
circuit Ow !patting year; and :that erY
*lan who hu epn !ia Opedistriettiur
remota& anil sent to another, and to ab
a-',4llitince front ; kik bonne °Ohne at - he
**opened to Aare his &illy,'
A. Youmans Dnownsn—qiir.
H Cross, a toluntir, in Cid. Lane's
nientfrinti Indiant; and a nu* s
gildieman of that name beleo g i air
ibe Grind 141 &Owned br
meet the wharthowst Vidiit
!dr( C were frolmr
lettiktit. - •
'Nnio`ntitii int to
a - 4
.norketakii woo 44
4 111 0 O at asig he fa
. e.t. l o4leivi
i + Peculiarly li
efoorubct the c
Pl 4 theY
tnd already suif4 from the t
iddisi *it i an* of this matte'
Isiteatorilv_r_ho hut i s few
iii t eititnable to lin the Were, sew
now have:but a Ow ditys work in
up kW. thb dealers j Ifl the citir
will do ' such 7 .- circuMstances,
antii4o tlbeii orders for the purpose
atraotage of the r present dilemma
inF a reduction, of price. This
things is beginning Ito make
.thougifont.thei lg ion try an
tea but precptibe .—Aitiserf
i I °, ...ks,
i - . . '
Write Yaokeen took
ten clays at a tatiern M . Lanes
and 4'esid 'sumptuously, drilikii
"th re e lode of Wine daily. The
ttisPoWelikie obbut the speed
eakiAINTNIt NOt t,tirObed to
imalis4 ittlige:-.attch biting the
like those tto•thel %MOM gamer
*mils one ; ' two threeited "no."
went, and' have never been heard
leavingti landlurd fully comp
having Mike honor to be their
ripA qeiter 4s beet" received
front Mr; Clough, says the State
that he is in good health, and doi
work for ternpeTuce. i lie spy).
:Virginia, August in Pennsylvania,
retuins to Massachusetts. The gei
to whom he writes, say in his note,
all accounts, it appears that his sum
er was greater, and that his'high red
as a lecturer remains unrivalled."
DEATH OF C. J. 'NULTY.— k: e b J .
McNulty, who rendere4 himself .. ewhat"
notorious as clerk of the House of Re . , sen
tatives in Cong Tess, died near M - %phis,
Tenn., orkille 12th ino. He was :§ine of
the Ohio volunteers, and was burl,. with •
militaey,hppors. '.. '1
A MAginin To ISCIENiCE:—Dr. W . W.
terman, of Buffalo, has been sent ced to
three years' imprisonment in the $ -, pris
on, for disinterring bodies for ana ?mica'
List of Jurors drawn to Serve at the Auesist Sess.
ions, A. D. 1846. I
t i i •
Grand Slereirli. i -
Brooklyn—Stephen Breecl, Gilbert N. S t il i t . h.
u Daniel Chain lain.
iS• Frier. Abeirl
FoSter, Simeon Tyler, Jr.
Grent n Baker.
Y illiam T. Case; Asa Howard,
Hart° Daniel Tiffany, Edwin Tingley.
Lenoi—nAlson Tiffany, Dalniel H. Wade.
.Aliddletoisii—Eolsert.Po James Toirlr
Itasie;-114k.ensan . H .'ck.
SOH. • '
• Auburn—Samuel Ring, Andrew Love, Jacob Low.
Bridgewater—Ezekiel Maine, David R. Street.
Brooklyn—David :Kent, Rodney Jewett, Charles
Choconut—James House. Howard itimball.
Forest Lalce—Timothy D. :Shay, Barrett Sherer.
' Franklin—John Watson.
Great Bend—Nicholas Dußois, Peter Decker,
Mallard—Et-isms Brewster, Silas B. Guile, John
Gilbert, Titus Preston.. : •
Jackson—John Olen, Oliver Clinton, Augustus
Liberty—Joseph D. Webster.
Montrose--Dana F. Austin."
Brie tik Judson Stone, 2d.
New, B.Wir="Willkun Green.
ElPrhg tto rille—Jamei; McKinse y , M il ton Shelden,
Silver Lnien.Dentis Sullilmn, John D. Murphy.
Brooklyn—Francis, Perkini, Edwin Tiffany, Jas.
. Choeunut—Patrick, Green. saber Graves.
Clifford—John Baker, Jo Hatted, George Safi
bury, Sidney B. Wells.
Forest Lake—Samhel D. ornell, James Lannon.
Franklin Friend Tuttle. dwin T. Stephens.
Great Beta—Peter W. Me ick.
Gibson—Gunlon l Abel, urdon Barnes, Fitch
Harford—R. 8. Brciolts, Spicer.
Harmony—Joel Salsbury, .ones Taylor.
Lenox—,-htiOas Utl)ey, Wain Price.
Montrase 4 7 .lohu
New llAllordz—Kenneth A.lJohnston.
Rush-i--J. Dunmore, rlbert Kelsey, Dennis
Silver Phel4, James McCormick,
t . ' ' r d
iliSt, .- -
„In the tollimion 0/ea} of Sicitqwehanna County for.
Augur Tern 4 1846. -
Wiritodi,' . Trowbridgeapteal, 273 Nov. T. 1843.
O'Day vsk itel, - replesdo, 27 April 1. 1844.
i l t
Barre %.i.•• ' ,„replern, 274 p. T. 1844.
CarnpArt. ull, -Appeal, 06 Ap. T. 1844.
Riley pk.Linag o trespass, 47 ug. T. 1844.
Keeler vs. Youngs . , appeal, 270 Aug. T. 1844.
Raker vs. Minor,. urcase, 107iNov. T. 1644.
Ward vs. Gray, in case, 85 Jan. T. 1845.
Dowd we. Roper, appeal, 112 Jan. T.. 1845.
Tingley we; Cook, in Ole, 32Jan. T. 1845.
Porter vs,..7ackssin, ii debt. 4 Ap. T. 1845.
Brooks vs, Baker, in case, 81.4. T. 1845.
Welsh vs. Leetrum, tmpags, tol Ap. T. 1845. , •
Herrick et 4 vs. Mil lird et al loci. fa. 200 Ap. T.'45,
Gray va. bf'Keeby,mpeal, 204 Ap. T. 1845.
Arnold vs. Lor t app.*, 213 P. T. 1845. .
Vvalionorrs4 Niardieli ei . t, 215 Aug. T. 1845..
AdaharlW Jobnoson, Opal, 1 Aug. T. 1845.
Scott illarerinOkil t ea fa. 22 Aug. T. 1845.
Y o unPlgevowftleri-in z do 7 54 Nev. T. 1845. •
Tatileuva.lllVilbibts.. 81 Nov. T. 1845.
Tuttle vs.l44ll . rup, evin, N0v..T,1545. , •
Furs Nii... : .„-+ "
... . 80 Nev..T. 1845';
4not ,1 11: 0 1171. -,,,, aleth , Nov. T. 1845:
Seely, iia..Skiore6 In' , 94iNov. T. 184$
Finch wa...DFI 51,91,16 eaae n l ll*Nov..T; 1845. ~ 1
i iite s itf ...g l'FP OO ' i l3O NOv. T. 1845.
Ike jps . Th?rPe l trein i 1 Jas. T. 1848. •
41 48 44.7a5kif a '6. owe. 16 Jas. T.'46,'
Bufilaipou va..., : . d 4.1 : • • pas, 17.1.11. T.1841L
Pawns." 81 .
.6 14 .48.. • L ly ' Awe. 111Jaa. T. 11146.1
Buirellakirs.4 l 4. il ewe, 19 Jas. T. 1846:
ihnik BOATS : 1 0 8 rat,. 148 Ap, V 441
,9 1 1 1 11 0 rY ",9*.eigaY. at%aclun t o 149 Ap. T. 18411. I
4 . 4 7otrfpluliltuluituri 't o 150 Are T. 1846.
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lb."'Fla:, Per Ar=d,
Bullet per lb. Orig. Co. •
do w left dairy
Cbeese, per lb. ,
Beec per build, romp, •
-Pork, per dtees,
-Lard, yet lb. ,
Maas per lb. scrio
Temkin Per lb. li
Vs honks, perle
• do' •
•, , -
IV I. POST CAtheliettvciof whose iiwageobeirla,
J.. 1 • offers for e, at the Hat Shop the late C.
W. Tuttle, a getter assortment of Hati arta Caps on
a reasonable credi to those who pay ''promptly, or
at a liberal discount for atalt..
August 4, 1846.;1
.SHETIPPS .- SAII.E.
B Y virtue of a IA! of Feadirioni Eiputas to Inc
directed and elivered will be ezyosed to pub
lic sale at the Con' -house; in Montrose on Saturday
the 15th day of A , gust inst. at 1 o'clisik, P. M.
following descri d real ,estate num b ered io 1,2,
'&c. and butted ~ ed Ind deseribqd as - folloWs,
to wit ; No. 1. siate in the Borough ( of -Montrone,
in the Canny of 8' squehanua, and St* of Penniyl
vagia— Beginning , t a post the -North sterner hereof,
it being also a co ner of a lot '
of landiformerly be
longing to Isaac Post, (now of B. N'il . . Hawley*
thence lay said B' W. Hawley's andl:lsaac Post's
land smith 26 deg ' east .18'perch -a to alpost ; thence
south 62 deg. weft 9
W perches to post; thence by
land of Stephen H i n ds north 28 , deg. 17 perch
es to .a post; th by a public street orth sl'deg.
east, 9 perches and two.tenths of a,. . h to the
place of begiunin ; containing nearly one acre df
land, with the ap
.urtenances, a largegrame house.
occupied as a pub c house or tavern, .:large framed
barn or shed, an d large framed blinding occupied
as shoe shops and town and also for eidwelling hip
stairs, and all imp , ved. , t
No. 2. Situate •Bridgewater township, county
and state afores 4 , ' beginning at GeOrge Backus'
south-east corner ;' ence south 25 deg. ?test 9perch
es to a post; thenc north 64 deg. wet, 5 perches
the cetera of the re ad; thence along suid rout/math
38 deg west 18 prches to the nortlkast corner of
Dayid -. Merriman'srland; thence north 64 deg. west,
63 perches and siz tenths of a perch to a poz1;
thence north 25 ceg, eau, 27 perches to a pan
thence south 63 d . east,_ 88 perchest e tx tenths
of a perch to the, place 'of beginitin ntahling
riTeleven acres, mo or less,lit being mdispi improved
land. j ,
No. 3—Situate i Bridgewater township, county
and stem afo • beginning at a po4 an originaL
corner; thence th 70 deg. eas . IV:perches:and
lhosootoothkets - 1010
_look *take 'Wit* 11:
deg. nest eking' line - of John lidigueland 81
perches and inx-te thief' it perch . to 4OA a ea rn er
of said land ; then e south 67 deg. wtsit 5 perches
and eight-tenths o a perch to a log !fern ; thence
south 71 deg. w t, seventeen perches to a post;
thence south 9de west, 23 perches t tat the line of
Isaac Post's land thence north 87 dig. west, 47,
perches to a pose . ' ar the %%lasing crack ; thence
north 24 deg. east; 109 perches to theVace of be
ginning—containin 27:acres and twoientlis of an
acre, be the same ore tit less, with the appurten
ances, a framed ho , barns and nloillY*Proved.
Seized and take in exeution at the inn of Hor
ton and M'Camley , vac. S. F. Keeler.
1. N. C. WARNER, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Mont- .1
rose, July 30, 446. j .
l A% \r ' • !tr Ra II
1; i lk t
THE subscriber's are riving a larg t b addition to
their stock of. oda: tablets makes, :eir assort
ment equal to an establishment in titian—which
they offer at 7educed prices for RBADYIPAY,
[, *ILIA & SKIBILIsfIiN.
July 22nd, 1846.1 : • : 1
RENTS, a grea: variety, froin 10 to 45 per cent.
less than last ipting prices, by t
_ Nrki.s• ?t,..44I,ERMAN.
ROAD CLO'IMS from 111,37 i 01)1 Satinets,
Cassinieres, &c. &c. by
MILLS 6.r.. SHERMAN.
YOUNG HYSO Tea—.6.lbe. for oni.dollar, by
.141i.LLS & Silpßlo.l%. -
PLUG TOBACtIO et 6d. per lb: by -
MILLS & 81002111 AN.
IRON, Steel, Tai s avniie; ivettky
• MILLS & SH: MAW'
101 1 10 E;
ALL persons are ereby eiintionedfitnilo ptachaite
a Note given b me to Hiram Coankiev dated
Jelly 4, 1846, u note was obtained kir !'r and and
I have received no ridge. :BENJAMINIB. FOX:
Forest Lake, Jul ' 23, 1846 it - 1
MORE NEW GOODS'
TUST opened. ' &Inn and Calico learnsoho,n.
diet' light cola RalkiGlores; Delalne Shiny)"
Tabs, Rushes, Rib 'ns, Odium, &c. 410. greatly
reduced prices, for by
•I • , - •
AtBINB, boici, nice ffir goat melt" '
It wile by ILTONs.
I HYSL • P ati cArf u tis
Produce andiGrencral Co Lesion
Merchaut4'43 'front e t: ti , : Y;
riptitTICULAR littendoSii trivet t o kb ° i iii, i i
.L -- Dimwit:lll To. , Refer to lisslitilii,,
Sherman. Montrose Reou'isi,..o/WIAL ijoiio Meal
stirs:keit so WO e o wed to their" core. ,: aad
poy over - toe proceeds as 1100. s od. -; .
New; York e .
July, OW - • 'ii,‘
,'' 1 ~f ' 'S.:4i
irftly, SW -; -
. - i• DM , 1ik, ,, ,, -., .
Oteit we !mead , it:AiMedg Cq.:
N. ELDREDC4r t - .::3, ,
AP*. ' asit t rim
riiiierelatig* • , SOW 4 1 1
.4 EWAN; I );: , 1 ,• • ,
, ! • slap elm Et lii ha
L°l - • . ' : -. Yililli* trIPR IO /4,
t ; 0 1 4 1 /4 n it , , • • i.; 1
1. bye, l'
• 4. A
Awn* st.taw. Q
& CO„ egTeror
NEW' itORK, ASO; 6. 1646 ,_- -
13,87 6 4,00
,62 6 2,75
'2,62 0 3,00
- 4 .0,80 6 1,004
, 0,65 ta 0,66 -
6445 6I 0,47
- 0,34 0 0,35
iv* e 0,04
tyr7 e 0.04
9,15 is - 0,17
- O,IQ 6 , 0,12
1,06 0 0,07
;50 6 7,041
,56 ea 5,00
itxtr o xo,so
2,0,5 0 0,07
tom fa 0,07
25 6 0,20
' 00 612,00
i ' ' AO 0 1 00
' lb. 2 164 e, ;X 6 UP
Ibl M e w Merino ;34 0 646
& I minis- '''' ;22 0 0,51
, stive .104C2 , 210,1,24 6 0.26
ew lon,--juat .-noco!iili!li!,d and. for
, 1111100 cLAVAL*4111 it;" -
GREATLY. REEVED' , f i kitt.
Frai oto ss:sr iisathg , iibgh toff ig as
eezezessssinp►Vas ' nettevits round.
A Yu*, has soli Slip:O. dins 'the pei s of she
itiii,•4 rwo uisa4 seed 'Sae .
om *3 to,lo
Thia reduction Isms with deer of *dew
hlit Os MP ( 0 34 . elli_O iteriehh:
Menem' of' inuribiriltu i
,I , Whose - r*.u nnezi peke i
.. „`rof as &Julien- TheL, L _______loes*°f the up:kismet
Wu h - tila ww,,-,:athiirird: phis,
la " i ir° haPPy.to etaow •te MM.
that it lma been annpely - • The lirtu•
lari;s: of the "Ir. wee gesatlyaMisiWeid hash
u t e .ay ne ni the' i m u e i restlfisild it Nits for.
mer • siNe at - its present Porr
w ell i ni Cd .
pad on the ty witzt i t•
terms am amiplied ' :lii tlie pail of or
hers. , , 1 • '•• ..,-;::• .'... .
hi graseildlckie;;;l4;nentoethi; 12$*
maze of the pi:hlls, is` Well as frees a dam , .
of the zuperten e z.' to thel , men: nt e •
holding the positioi.of tite't4 '"'
we are entering upon' :he inost earsutive mo
.2Tansenmwso /acmes as sear n bu s l ize
rase rts dignity abroad._ \ effcalassfitie
end harass:ly lately bewmand =Aims , 'e;
range silo require time ilk their - ' t;
but aeon; plans succeed' they 11rnitti 0 y *wow
eel to our 'patrol; ud subileribe* and - we lad aa•
eared thatthey cannot fa il - to give..Pst setisilulase.' A-
The 'rank oldie Unitsd ' s t wohlthe u t=
dons af the mild, thatler thill . •
tore should ' 'with her - WO N thank, utt
coming destiny. he resissesibilimof tho, um ° .
critic tarty for the 'diel &kudos of its high - trust:
requires that its organ ana l kspommt ihould . exereisol
well bermes,*•Vl the intluenee Of its
knowni pnaciplea_ w nry,be••inelmled he
the singledecleratkmarrisdancepAsill lief,,
&utter finansia/,- ems' leigt: iir'' ikhtScsrEAThe
Treasury of 'the 'United finitm bilis:Ai WM:trial
Bank ; rho-*Taw Seltsilied inphierst•gems
dye Thrifts:id the will dridw, rei rLi n thi A•
of the beisoismic p, Which its "
,EtLvis",%. • _
. Adileilemotteag to Wilt
ed piwelipOgigaly fire,
lig , Olis ~
and whilst ?mi l *,
view isreold lb: '
Pop, i h twil * 1404*.5e, sink, - b, awl 1, 7
publisi '' ' - a A ilk tfialik 11,14! :
degreecimuneneurate•Vitirinams* nitins.: r ..
, :The imams. or Engler& and tranceitif tho'high• •
ea:grade; 0 :41:4 bequest aid familiar Meer en die
üblic mind bronges their celebrated rriediash,
and'it will be the pisde Mit is the Trent office of
aii, - , Deniocrifi Review," to bee'ome ele9Ai.cihook
old through which the'firik Writers i er the "Uffithi
Eitotes may krld, conrsousibdiow grit 'rot
ea eopic4e* ciiioa okiefr' in
r an i Illi . , i• industry, sor_persess
mace, noimmirifiee, irn ry, L shill hs - spared'..tn
realise them NIX- Wthout' regard, reivrever, whir
n . 'plaab it mar bobily be u se z te d„ t u t I A
e jected mocisuc' Revers' " bat thistooment the thampeet
perioditialle 'the World Mai whilst the immure
meats promised are adaesid to the Fib& enema; •
4, we heti:wife,' by our t exertions hi tell
. .upon the party - we t, for. tbe geasmuli sti- •
port which we'have proofs' pry are aundaml,rdis:
Tara:Wort . • ,• ' . i
PURrearrs or Ihritroursoi •
will be continued, lived in.: costly style. This
mode of introducin g. popular-larders whr •
personally to the. -pub:c. bee here irefickett,?"o
great farpr,-and I to muilil id& end no exile:Wl!'
spared: to has the iilteseekii steeiretts,
The Postage on the, number, under• PM Prinlat
law is 51 cents for any distance. It was 18-mriki -
under the old law. 1
TIMM: HESCiMOßWAßDkfirrikrilitti itt . ildrll9l3o
copies, $3,00. ooplet tO 011e'llit14,
The ircmaity . of adhering to -the- cash iitial(
the present low pr ice, is self avid and nermin•
ba:Wilt belorwaided iii Name without compliaiste
with Out-terms. As well si sire Ovalle iilcollect.
mg as outlur of capital, the nurilbers will mum, lodesent at the eipiranon of the time kr which 1/ley
were paid; 'unlit& the payment is renewed. As i a
notice of expiration the last :lumber of any subsear -
don will be sent is a yetis* Is:yapper. This .title is •
risidly applicable to all, audits importance is tooth
rams to• permit any one to Ml l e ensu e at 440100fk
don. ,'. ,
All communicatilnis co4erning the ite: i ker in
I = ll alnere,rnist be addressed (post:paid) to the
THOMAS t'IIENTICE oTTELL;
`Editor of " Oemomuss . fteriew."
/2 ‘ N*llliWileee-,*rit,
union lUSINBiI 1111ECT O lt
J. B.'SIM4OII ----4--
Boot & Sloe Maker--shop ; tin Turnpike sk one door i
siert oat. S. Wilson's sto . • '
; ONVEN ;1414L1A1418, •
Barber, and. Hair Dreeser—sliop on. Turnpike at. iti
the ititiegilent of A. BardsFirkshop. , '
• •K. SEARLE,' &
A good eisortment of Dry 4:604, Crpriley;atartt
ware, 4te. &c ., West aide of Pu blic Avetulic •
-'" BENJ. SANTRE, •
Dealer m Stoves , Henlivare,pry Gaiiii; 4., Viso
side, of Public Ayeitue.
LYONS & CAAND.XER;
Dealer4i Stover, Thrwumftationoteti Diy9ooth;
aide of Public Aianue.: • e
Dealers its •Hats, Caps, FS
Tlough T ' oisiti, ,y
West sideofilablic Avenue. •
• 'JERRE L'IrONS;,i
Dealer iinfri`Goods, Groceries, boas,
and Blibkhilidet—tot add of Patilla'Avetst,pe''
ISAAA Pgirare ar..CQ.
Y g°°4l' /41 1 c nickern&c--
cdanerilf Public A anus 0 Tst
n4B. .: c:a k
• • - " zDR."II: -
DARTlST. 4 4etaTiieth ontiOd 1%01 a ' i . ' -
AU oPerosicatqa the leech Pi th * * - if* : Vab
fie r found,ii,t4en. Ws:Gees : 9i ltkulays. iTeleibeg
'ais 'of tack:week. A - -7-
H. F. WHITNEY,III,_
nyiliciao, magma. &Aecotiltia: ''etudifit:/141*
• HallVallOsin.rat• -^l.' • .%
' • ' ' lONOteaunioes,
- Fainv - 0 1 8tate. -
,y,./ Oae dog be o'vir , °lona.
. . ,
•:..' h.. Ar. 4. .
_ l lll4ol.geii. an
' pike *est — . ollie 'old BesWey man 4- are Trig
• •so eirio, tastaidenyia themisitteelied gYie : 11.
• le t )lAsjobitia oar lire lamtiady..cos kiad,
W. roPiffißS 01 41, 0 i gsWSP?ber* s ' '
.1.,_ • , ,• - ,,... , g,k 1. _- 0 .. t e
phis: 0 167. r 1 Z k4ii.i 0_ . ,6,...
-4 - r4
belOw the Faimer's
r * i v
lel,fc',4l ice'.l 75..7