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The Bat r lel Movement.
A exricu Ol COM 'LIFE ON THE Rip GRANDE
When the St. 14uistegion was encamp
ed on the island at!, the mouth of the -Bra
zos Santiago, thoboys began for the first
time to feel the inconvenience of Uncle Sam's
fodder arrangements—not that they expec
ted to find " chicken fixins". every morning,
but they at least fed. confident that the beans
would be nourishi4. About eleven o'clock,
A. M., every day4he little round vegeta
bles were put in tile camp kettles, - and in
an hour or probtildy tip hour and a half
were served out. o those skilled in the
matter •40 dried bed r ns, we need not explain
how little effect one hones boiling would
have upon them.; The different messes
cracked away, htiweier, chewed the hard
pebbles up; and lel offtheir meals in a very
unsatisfied manneici, A few days had scarce
ly.elapsed; when Ogeneral grumble was set
in motion against .the Commissary Depart
ment, uncle Sam,•iind the beans in particu
lar. One tall volinneer swore in the mess,
that he would' crops to the mainland and.
_himselq if he had to eat a live
Ranchero, before be would starve on such
fare; his conit'adc4 chimed in , with his re
belliou4 resolve, add all of them asked leave
of the Captain to take a abort excursion for
a few hours in search of game. Leave was
granted, and off the party started. In the
course of a few hoOrs one carne strolling in
to the camp with.a 'brindle under his arm;
•and as he passed Vie sentry on the - may to
his tent he was accosted with—
Jo, what luck had you ?
Oh, says Jo, I rnly killed a gutter snipe.
Well, says the gentry, that is the largest
snipe, judging frolp the size of the bundle,
I've ever seen. Ltet me look at his bill,
Jo uncovered iti and there was the snout
of as fine a pig a 8 ,4 ever poked his nose into_
a swill tub. Boq winked at each other, ex
' changed a quiet grin, and ' then the snipe
was carefully cored and carried to the
quarters.' hi a dew 'minutes along came
• another of the mos,'who reported that he
bad only secured 4 haunch of a "slow deer,"
i. e., a young calf and to wind up the cap
tured game of th4arty, three more appear
ed, carrying a qul'arter of a " short-horned
Elk," which some envious members of oth
er messes declaredlooked as if it might have
been the " Slow aeer's" mammy ! The
spoils were put together and covered over,
after which the rites s scent into - a council of
war upon how to Obtain something to wash
down the game, and make the affair a com
Do you think ydu can execute a " barrel
movement, boysl" paid an orderly sergeant
belonging to the nipss.
What is it like l was the general inquiry.
Simply this, say the Sergeant ; the Com
missary General is landing stores down at
the beach, among )which is some first rate
brandy for the officers, and if we could, on
ly make one of W I half-barrels keep step in
a hollow square, tve might easily execute
the new march of to " barrel movemept."
All the mess exOressed themselves ready
for duty instanter, sand, having added a few
snore to the rank file of the enterprize,
off they started ot:Qa commendably earnest
march, to practice the new drill. The hol
low- square was admirably formed and re
formed half a dozeh times before they reach
ed the beach, and, advancing in line towards
the Commissary-'s stores, with a rapid evo
lution they forma around a liquor cask,
and commenced tlieir march back across the
The drill. was new full of interest—it was
new—and one of the Lieutenants attracted
by the strange nthineuvering, approached
just as they were petforming a hollow square
countermarch, Hi t iihserv,pd one of the men
carrying two musl4ets, aria thought it queer, 111
but a glance at theicentre of the squad ex
plained the secret.l A strong volunteer was
keeping the bane) rolling in the inside--
they were represetiting a square . retreating
with stores, and it was really beautiful, the
skill with which they did it. Now the bar
rel roller would get tired, and the squad
would countermarch while another took his
place ; again a d4covery would threaten,
and they we'd dos, up to receive a charge of
cav airy, and thin4moving with caution -and
steadiness, they reachedi
a small sand hill
"in the rear of the lamp. Now commenced 1
some brilliant slowt movements, all in one
spot, which were followed by the squad form
in line again, #nd moving into camp.
At the spot were tht squad first broke, afresh
hillock of sand might have been discovered,
by those only, hoWever, Who knew the for
mer levelness of the spot. -
The Lieutenant who had critically watch
ed the mantevering of the men, congratula
ted the Orderly on the perfection of their
drill The subordinate looked him in the
;ye, and knew by The slight curl in the mus
dos of his face, that he " smoked" the new
tact; es ; so, touchhag his cap politely he
asked the officer i 4 when they cooked their.
game, h' would atcept a, sllte.
If the cook in yilair mess seasons it - care- ,
fully, and it's not overdone, I wouldn't mind
tasting it, says thePeuteriant.
The Orderly Arinked, and they seperated.
It was refreshing ta an old campaigner just
to see how" gutter sui t e"" short-horned elk"
and " slow deer," *Few disposed of that e
vening in the ruesOrhich executed the above
strange drill; and *vet.: after that night it
became a by-worcl,i;:when a volunteer was
seen moving, in a igzag fashion, that he
war practising the egion's new march call
ed " the barrel mo kinent,""
A DAMPER To 4:ELOQUENCE--Amusing
scenes occur cicctutionally in grave assem
blies. During the last session of the New
Hamshire Legislattire, a newly fledged um
- tor rose to make hi
,i maiden speech in the
House of Representatives. I - A bill had been
brought in to tax bank dividends, and watch
ing his opportunity; the debutant addressed
the members: ' Sit Speaker, the gentleman
from Dover, who introduced this bill, does
not seem to be aware ef its inevitable results.
H e would strip the ioidots---"(roars oflaugh
ter, and cries of e widow , -whor.--what
widow ---, fl orin , public hall, I hope,
c. Ate) , t, .-
As soon as the tdmult subsided in some
degree, and the orator could make . himself
-heard, he indignaisUy- proceeded: Is there
no sympathy here floor the widow and the
orphan 1 I say, sir• that this is worse than
stripping.. Put on is tan:, I say you
drive the widow teller LA . ST BOWE.
Has the elamo4beeame so great, that
the pecker &spar* of a hearing , resumed
his seat. j It was ethicist ten minutes before
the -Item could tWansact its regular bu
siness. u _ ,
JuGoitNo.—The Hartford Times relates
the follnwing anecdote of Signor Blitz, a
celebrated Juggler, who is now "astonishing
the nadyes" of, that city:
"A good story is told of the Signor r which
took place in Hartford. A 'clergyman came
into the public house where he was stopping,
and without knowing the Signor was pres
ent, etimmeneed talking pretty severely
againstl the trickery. The Signor bote it
!very god naturedly, and stepping up to the
!clergynian, expressed his opinion that such
Aangua4e -came with an ill-grace from ,i:one
who had n pack of cards in hispocket ; 'and
who hail probably come there for the piir
pose ofi gambling !—This charge was recei
ved mill great surprise by the gentletnen
present l; and the parson was in a towering
passio kit the insinuation. The Signoi re
iterated his charge, and agreed to prove it.
The elrgyman defied hiS examination; but
lo and ;behold !—lie pretended to take from
the par Son's bosom, a pack of cards ! anoth
er pile* was found in his bat, and a box of
thee in 1 his coat pocket! If lie had been
caughtiwith a sheep in his pocket he could
not tun • been more surprised ; and joining
in the general law - + he evinced a determina
tion to the 'out of the Signor's - company .as
la NIA NOTE LIST.
PENNSYLVANIA. Under sss a dis
Philadel Aria bank, purl NEW HAMPSHIRE.
Man &.... Ice bank par'All solvent banks 4 dis
Moyame ing bank par MAINE.
Penn to - uship bank pariCalais bank 103—
U a bat 4 notes 25 tlislAgriculturnl bank do
Girardi do . par)City bk Portland do 1
Pennsyr4 do par) 1/arnariscottn do
Gennainlown ... par Nloretualle bk do
Del co ai Chester par Stillwater Canal bktlo -
Ch-sterOoatWChesterpar Babgor Corn bk do
Montgliery• co par)Westbrook bk do
Farmers. Wk Bucks co parl Citizens' bk do
numeral bk ReatVg par!Globc bk do
Euston' par)Washington co do
N rthanOton no sale)Frankford bk do
Lancsstur bank parlAll solvent banks 6 dis
Far bk Baum - act par; VERMONT.
bebanoti. 1 disl Bank of St Albans 14 dis
Harrisburg 1 dis) bk of Bennington dis
Middletcwa 1 ilis'All lrilvent bunks 4 dis
Carisle ,1 du • I
NI ASSAC li U SE TTS .
Columbia bridge par)All solvent banks 4 dis
Northumberland pur l RHODE INLAND
Miners' k I"tsville par'All solvent banks 4 dis
«'y';:«'y';:bi W ilkesb'e 1.1 di, i IIIA Rl' I:AND.
Pitts`g d ,nand notes 1 disi3altintore banks i dis
cdrtiticates - 1 diiiPatupsco bk i dis
" , mist notes 1 (Hsi .Mineral bank 1 dig
Towanda no sale! Fredericktown 1 dis York 1 1 dis Hagerstown i din
Gettrsinirg 1 disl Far S. Millers', bit Ilm
Chi " 1 ills" gerstown 30 dis
Wm 2 dist Westminster i dis
Dm 14 di, 'Williamsport itdis
Brit 2 di,lcurnberbind 1 dis
Bet no salelSalislairy broke
ok L dis
. 20330 di.
N . % ect
Lehigh, ay l5 dis; lief notes 10 dis
4th May . sne I 14 dis t
. N W YORK. Bankl of Delaware par
N I City bank 4 dis WWu S. Branyw'ne par
Tenth Ward hk —iFarmers' bk Del par
Clinton ilk N Y 30 disTnion bank par
Globe ha lt& ' fraud' Bank of Smyrna par
Noklc litter bk'g co dog Under sss 4 dis
City Trn4t & Bk'g co dot I)IS. OF COLUMBIA.
Wool G were' bk disl Washington City 4 dis
White P_lMns bk 5 disl.Georgetown .4 dis
Lewis co bk 50 dis' Far & Mechanics' 1 dis
Far & D'., bk Buff (s\dislAlexmalrin 4 dis
Millers- . le:of f , 5 clis'Bk of Alexandria broke
Farbk of l ; '.. .- co— disMecbanies' bk broke
Com bk f)" .rk 2 dis Franklin bank no sale
Lafayette b., _ 2 diAMerchants bank do
N Y Bk'g it 60 (BS I : VI RGINIA.
Dry Mick tank 1 dis!Ez bk & branches 14 dis
NAmlr' .1 co 2 diy3k of Va & bm'chs 14 dii
Bank or drain 55 dis Far bk & Welts 14 dis
Bank Of rockpot't 31 tlis!Yalle'y bk & b'ch 14 Ilia
Ramat bit 30 disi,Wheeling lal4 dis
Com bk uttalo 55 dial Wheeling p notes 14 dis
All solvent banks Ica dis'. NORTH CAROLINA.
Country banks lal dis' All solvent banks 2 dis
Except 'ilt of Colton-) lSmadl notes 24 dit,
bia, Green co. Md. 1 SOUTH CAROLINA.
sou:Middle distr'ts, -- All solvent banks 14 disc
Platsichrg. Niagara, ". 3 ',Small notes 2 dis
Wash hnd Warren, ' GEORGIA.
Wash 4 431.11 Co. i': :Bk of St Mary's 5n
Wayne 1 bank tOcmulgee - . do
flier and Planters Monroe R do
Del Co lank frund,Columbus do
Ex bk Plo'keepsie dolPhmnix hank do
Pottsdare Manuf Co dolExchange bank do
Red Backs jal die Chat R bank do
NEW JERSEY. Central bkof Mill do
MecbaniLs' and Manufae-Geo'rgia B'kg co do
turerstbk Trenton par)Racker B'kg co , do
PrincetOn bank par All solvent banks 2
Plainfield bank' la 2 dis ALABAMA.
'State bk,at Camden par All solvent banks 5a6 dis
Cumberkod bank parlSmall_notes 8 dis
Mount Holly, par! OHIO.
Salem I+' co par(Cincinnati 24 dis
Monnicattlibank no sale Solvent bk notes 3a34 dis
N Hope Del Bridge 4 dis ILLINOIS.
Trenton I ,Bk'g co old par Bank of Illinois 70 dis
AR othet banks parlState hank 50 dis
Far & Mech bank of 1 KENTUCKY
• N Bruiswick no sale i Notes 2 dis
Bob Bkt,g &G co brokelSmall notes 3a34 dip
IValthington Bk'g Co dol LOUISIANA.
Franklin; bank dolAll solvent banks 2 dis
Jersey qty. Bank do! MISSOURI.
Monincatth doiAll solvent banks 24a3 dis
N J Maituf Co dot INDIANA.
Protec sita Lombard dolAll solvent banks 14a2 dis
Mate bk at Trentoh do FLORIDA.
Rank of Pi Brunswick doiSouthern Life & Trans-
Mech bk Patterson dot ' portatioll Co.
WIT9DOW-GLASS & SASH.
4 f c )y 7, Bby 10, 10 by 16,
5W 8, 10 by 12, 11 by 15, -
6by 8, 10 by 14, 12 by 16,
7 by 9, 10 by 15, 12 by 18,
and 14 by 18, Glass. •
7 by 9, 8 by 10; 10 by 12, 10 by 14
Sash, for sale by " •
LYONS & CHANDLER.
Montrose, wept. 30, 1846.
1 SIX CASES YANKEE NOTIONS,
.001 1 / 1 1.1811 , iG the following:
600 gtoss chat, pant, vest, and shirt.Bottons;
2001 z.: Ivory, dress, and back Combs;
• 400 p peril 4, I, i, 14 inch Brads ;
1,000 4 . 2i, 3, 4,6, 8,1 0 ,12,14, 16, 18 &20 Tacks;
, 200 dhc. spool Thread ;
100 Ms, linnen,coutle, and silk,Thread ;
10,000.ikeins and sewing Bilks; "
15,000 Needles, from No. 14.0 10, fine (panty ;
Pencili, Twist, Cord, Bindings, Spoons, Razors,
Soap, Brushes, Stay-laces, Thimbles, -Tape, Hooks
& Eyes, 0.4., for sale by Lyons St Chand/Pr.
Sept. 0146. ! :.
A LI, Wooed to C. W.. Tuttle note or book
/11- wok= are.herehy notified that Use same have
'been assigned for collection. The pecotmts and
'notes aks4'be found at the old stand--Mt immediate
settlemetit ma payment of which is •regtiired, or
*de wilj,be made after the 20t& of Ock next.
Montettle, Sept 23, 1846:
Evi.,_•,,,,J8/V1 al the Old Hai Factory, can toe fimmil the
cheapest assort/nest of Hats & Caps
ever As* in thiii place. Also, for sale, anew two
home wilion; and seasoned 18 inch wood.
N. 1?.-ilThe person who tholr. airsir of steelyards
from duNhop is 'requested to return them, or
A few b# blocks tire still Out, time having-them
tare reqUeated to return them.
Ai NATURAL REMEDY,
Suited to itlus.Human Constitution, and equal to the
cure of livery curable disease, will be found in
WRIGIIT's INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS,
11 OF THE
• North Imeritillrege or Health.
These extraordinary _intreomposed of plants
which grow spontaneous yon our own soil. unitive
therefore,i better adapted to our constitutions than
Illedichusi, concocted fronkjoreign drugs, honorer
well; they;pay be compoudged; and as Wright's hi
dian,'Vegetable I'Rls are founded upon the principle
that the htunan body is in truth
subject to but one Disease,
namely, Corrupt humors,
and that said Medicine
cured this disease on natu ral principles, by cleansing
and purif y ing the body, it will be manifest that, if
the constitution be not entirely exhausted, a p.erse
verunce iii their use, according to directions, 13 ab
solutely cirtnin to drive disease of every name from
When we wish to restore a swamp or morass to
fertility. ste drain it of the superabundant water. In
.like trucaner,if we wish to restore the body to health
we must ?cleanse it of impurity. Wright's Indian
Vegetablii.Pills will be found one of the best, if not
the , f ery best medicine in the world fur carrying out
this gt' sind purifying principle, because they expel
horn the (body all morbid and corrupt humor, the
clinic of the disease, in an easy and natural manner,
and :while they every day give ease and pleasure,
disease of, every name is rapidly driven from the
The fnliowing highly respectable storekeepers
have been duly appointed agents for the sale of
Wright's ;Indian Vegetable Pills in Susquehanna
Mills Sherman, Montrose; Ira Scott, Spring
ville: H. Woodruff, Dimock Corners; Edvnu
Tiffany, Brooklyn ; A. Greenwood, - liarford ; James
Dubois, Great Bend; R. L. Sutphin & Co. Sum
niersville4 H. Burritt, NeW Milford; N. E,Kenne
dv, GibstM centre ; Smiley & Curtis, East Gibson;
Weßs & Co. Diindaff; Tarbox & Burrows, Rush
ville ; ?lames Comfert,
.Harrnony 1 V. Burrows &co.
Gibson; /. G. Pride, llarford Charles L. Brown,
Frederick en bk di 4
i Broken bks yarions prices
!Baltimore & Ohio Be-
3 Offices devoted exclusively to the Sale of
Wripht's anditin Vegetable Pills, of the North Amer
ican Culloge of Ilealth, No. 238 Greenwich .d. New
Tort; 198 Trenton' st. Boston; and principal
office, Nd. 169 Race st. Philadelphia.
10,000. Yksbels Oats,- 1000 bushels Rye, 100
beshels Timothy seed, rind 300 Firkins Duiry
fur *Well the highest market price will be paid
Kept. ch, 1846.
F ' NiCtiN combination cooking stores.
Washington air tight do. do.
Congress!air tight , do. do.
Empire itir tight do.. do.
Dmlble cia'.-eu do. do.
Rotary ; do. do.
4 Hole ' do. do.
Victoria ; do. do.
Parlor, do. do.
Air tight l'arlor stoves
Church and shop stove*
-Stove Wires of all kinds.
Stove pip>, Elbows, Zink, Ash pails, Coal I lods, &c
&c. for stde cheap at Lyons & Chandlers.
Sept.illnutt se, 1346. .
•-•• KEEP IT IN MIND
THAT the cheapest lot of Goods ever offered in
this'frnarkct, can.now he found at the store of
14 yds. Calico for One Dollar, Cash.
1 yds.' Sheeting do. do.
6 11;s. Onv. Tobacco, do. do.
6 lbs. Young Dyson Tea, do. do.
lips. Cod-Fish, do. do.
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, &c.
OF Odin, plaid, change-able, fancy, =bre stripe
Alp*Accas, De!nines, Castuneivs, Gingham', Ali
picaes, Ste. St. Also, same elegant Cosbathe and
Delaine Shawl's foisale by J. 40n).1.
G OO D] Dollar Tea selling fur Six Shillings, by
LADDS' Slips at 35 cents; also Ladies' awl
Children's Shoes going cheap at the store
of : ; J. Lyons.
. - r ARGt Family Bibles for 108 ; also common and
_l_4 pocket Bibles, Testaments, Geographies and
Atlases, SArithmetics, Grammars, Philosophical and
Chemical Books ; Cobb's, Saunders', and Town's
Spelling liook ; Porter's Reorders. A good assort
ment of l'oy Books and Tickets. Also, the new
Hymn BOoks for the Presbyterian, and Baptist seek--
ties. Methodist Hymn Books, Blank Books Scc,&c.
for, sale liv J. Lyons.
Sept 10, '46. 2
PATEN'T Pails, Brooms, Clothes Pins, Butter
Stamps and Ladles, by J. Lynn's.
LAWE stock of prime sugars, and more of %that
first rate Tea, just in at Salisbury's.
F" .Mantillas and Amami, and Alpaca aprons,
just:in at Salisbury's.
F assortment of black silk, thread, and cotton Edgings, just arrived at Salisbury's.
- 1 . IATAW GOODS
FOR THE FALL OF 1846.
ohOFir cent. cheaper than eves offered in this
market before, at
Sept 311, J. B. SALIM:H:4IM
NEAT' and elegant styles, foi only 124 cents per
yaril, just received tt . 6ALISB1111"8.
" ! sept. 3i 1846.
RWitand . beautiful patterns, just in at
Sept. 3. 1846. • SALISBIJRrB
ASI . ISERES (I'Lains, elegant styles, just
Ili arrived at BALLSISUBI"B.
Sept. 3; 1896.
I . ALPACAS.
ridAiliz, Plaid, and striped Alpacas cheap at
sepf 4, 1896. iiIALI6BURY'S
4* EN'O and Boy's Brogans, at the reduced rice
of 'Nero 4s. to 12a. at kikttenottr's.
• *. t
TUST received a lot of first rate Sole Leather, and
J it willdte sold amazing low—from 12 to 15 cents
Poif pound, at Salisbury's.
Sept. 10, 1846.
A FBEIIIO4 et prime ood•Fish oply 4 cents
per irktlma, at - Baliaborya.
wept. lO} 1848.
OiIEW, new style of dress good', just mine at
JILL Sept.. 3, 1846. akicIBBIJELY'B.
'PANCY CASEIIKERE, .
LATE .Lytle, and amazing low . at
sett. 3, 1846. - Salisbury's
O F all Kinds very low at Salisbury's
i ~ 7~
HE Pnblisier's of the People's Advocnte,
fug the use of an entirely new and modern as
sortmeutof are now prepared to execute,
in a neat and satisfactory style, all kinds of
at Vrices to suit the tines
PAMPHLETS, BILL HEADS,
HANDBILLS, BLANKS, .&C.
Printed on abort notice, and in the best style of the
ra" A share Of the People's ,patronage in..respect
FOOT OF HAVIMAYLIOH.
NOT ALL ONE.
NI. POST' for the benrfil rif ?cluing it may r•nee",
• offers for:sale, at the Hat Shop of the tote C.
W. Tuttle, a general assortment of Hats and Caps on
a reasonable credit to those wkio pay promptly, or
at a liberal discount for cash.
August 4, 1846.
TE subscribers are receivit4 a large addition to
their stock of Goods, which maker their assort
ment equal tonny establishment in town—which
they offer at reduced prices for READY I'AY,
MILLS N.: SHERMAN.
July 22nd, I 84;.
RINTS, u great variety, from In to 25 per cent
too than last spring prices, by
MILIS & SHERMAN.
BROAD CI o'l'll from $1,37} up. Satinets,
Cassimeret, &c. &c. by
MILLS S. SHERMAN.,
YOUNG HVSUN Tea-6 Ms. for one dollar, by
MILL' & SIIERMA.N.
pLUG 'TOBACCO at 6 d. per lb. by
MILLS & S.HBRMAN
IRON, Steel, Naas & Hardv% . itre, just received by
MILLS & SHERMAN.
SA LT by the half dozen barrels--SL44 per barrel,
by B. SAY RE.
AGENERAL Assortment (together with the vari
,ous trimmings) of the latest improved patents,
both Cot Cooking and Parka., at reduced prices, by
IDERSONS indebted to the subscriber, by Note
or Book, fikr more than une year standing, are
requested to call and settle, with Out farther notice,
its rim-must:owes require the Monetßate attention to
those old matteru. B. SAYRE.
August 18, 'Ill;
LEATHER & SIIOES..
4 G 001) Ass.lrpnent kept on hand. (prices
tretnely low for the ready pay,) by
B. SAY RE.
• HYSOP & COFFIN,
Produce arid General Commission
Merchants, 43 Front st. N. Y.
MDIDARTICULAR attention given to the sale of.
-IL Butter and Cheese. Refer to Meows. Mills &
Sherman, Montrose, l'eun'a, who will make liberal
advances ou l'ooduce consigned to their care, and
pav over the proceeds as smut as sold.
New York, July, 1446. 5-1 y
• The Tariff and the People
T Hglarmersi of Susgtichannah County are hereby
notified that the largest and heat arse rtment bf
Ploughs and Iron Castings of every kind and variety.
may be had fresh frmn the Furnace of
D. POST; JR. & CO.,
Cheaper than the Cheapest, fur Cash !
Let it be understood that 'we will not be under
sold. We have, too, the largest assortment of G o ods
in our line, of any Foundry in Northern Pennsylva
nia, consisting of PLOUGLIS that will go up hill. and
down hill, and on the level—to wit: Won Ploughs,
Wayne County flinging. Wood's Old Patent, Side
Hill Ploughs, &c. &c.- too numerous to mention.
Post & Co., will also furnish their customers with
Andirons of every size, with Wagon. Boxes, Slay,
Cutter and Bob Sled Shoes, Dog-Churn irons. Fan
ning Mill Irons, and indeed every kiwi of Iron Cam)
ings that the fanner and hard-fisted yeomanry of the
County may desire. Then call at
Montrose, June J 1, 1846
PRODUCE, CaAli, and appmved credit may be
exchanged for Iron Ware, at
vt i v - Etty kind of Mill-Irons, good and strong, and
mado to order by D. POST, JR., &
&S - • -
ALL Persons' indebtedto the bite firm of R.
Ketcham & Co., will save extieuse, and some
trouble, by Rendering ludo Cirstic what is Cirsars."
The Accounts of, R. K. & Co., are in the bands
of - D. POST, JR.
Montrose, June 24, 1846. Ff.
ANEW Lot Leghorn Strawßonnets, and
elegant Bonnet Ribbotis just received at
24th June 18411. SALISBURY'S.
' POE. & HAMS,
FOR SALE al
.oth of li p m tir a . t m h er e . ceed nei z
o o t i: t
highest price wilt be paid in Cash and Gnails, by
.1. B. PEIRONNET.
Friendiwille July, 1846.
1'1, .22 - 3S
TriiSBTTLED Account of. yours with Salisbury
& elmnaler; must be settled immediately, or
cost will be made. .1. B. SALISBURY.
June '24, 1046.
F r il it'p gi u b ac ribe en r enill
returns t; i h e i:jriends and
he has received suring,te' for
past e sommts., P and ef X
pectfally itwites them to call and take a look at the
New sad cplendifi
.LOT OF GOODS,.
heis now receiving, an d which will ho sold cheaper
than ever before offered in this market.
' 3. LYONS.
AA, Great vari,f
rsdie beat style eta quality bf
Gaiters, B , and rlippe—taao lot of el.
treinely tow oboes, suit come at
ioeilt 3, 1846. Salisbury's.
HIGHEST Mirka prigat paid for any
quantity of !atter, Qin; Rye, Corn,.and Fl*u.
nel at. • Salisbury's.
PLAID and stnped satinets ;10 pe r cent. cheaper
than ever, jag. comb ea Salisbury's.
rept. 3, 1343.,
I T L bal tbM be" aga rell e 041 rai'
iilltis tlindiclarid ii . pruion of As4p. ,
drat, that iti' pm' tof variety and guild' i.
4 .ty, like • snprdy 'of . HATS and CAM', at
Wiliam.. & Roofs IlatlmilCap Store nu the Nest
side of the;, Public Avehtko in liontrose, exceeds iiny
thing of the kind ever eiposed for sale in this region
dcountry. RAder, tit you difieriedit the ram4r 1
Repernber the poet's n
monition t ,1
Our dimbuibre traitors,
And make U.tiose thelgtxxl we oft might win.
AFEwDozi j'atent Silk Hate,at &Roca'ajor
ill apiece:. Call and examine.
C Hik FIAT for ec nt
A Glowp ankle of Fur Hats for $1,25 at
L EGHORN Huts cheuper flew the cheapestg. ut
DOW & BOYD
Plo , tv Points for
JjJ)S Sidc'Hill do.
Also Wayne.Nunty Points at
, . . ~
U:124 - A
o:(daiVi l aWll l .VA•D'fi l SDY
,44 , 11.,=;.1 , al/ Vali
. - 1
F OR Cush, D ri ft e r, ff.eieswax, Feathers. &c. 4,c.,0r apprmid erediti in SusquelitutuaCquuty,:eau
be had of f, , . '
. 17 ; 17D II Ei 9
who is always 0t: hand,4 and ready. to wait nu the
who may pletufe to favor 'hiiii witti a enll.
J. L.,illso caikries 00 the 1300 x Bisnt NG 6111(10Cri.
where old I.lous, Papery, &c:, will Ini'bound 14 or- I
der on short Inktice.
,Moutroov.,l . o., June; 01140 . . , i;
- - -4 .
CAW WANTED. ,
vir il i
Au' Lbs.. . Sit i laratus for One i
Dollar. ' . •
111 do SOgar du do •
I._i dn. Ctidee do, du
4 do 111.2 1(V m,ll Tea h 1
124 vilictihei4hig - Most 40 inches witle'for $t ;
SC MM ER tiLoT iis, at 10 ets nor vard÷d),
quick ur they *ill allbe a•one---ai the •Ciieup S , liire,
of J. Lvt.)so. •
June 23. 1 1 ;
ISALT3' 13.inziqr N CD. 91 i i
kr - Ben liiiiiil for sale (cheap as oar neighlk , , r 5)
a better Mock of Spring & Saintlier Goods than.
usual. 1 11
F ANC V Disiss (kmds Ot -','
t• . Post*
BONN ETSt Leghorn and Stirom, at •
' F-: Postl4.
el LOTIIS 41 CASSI4ERES (fancy and plitin)
‘../ at k i
S ILK, DeLaine and Long Shawls, at
. '1 l'ost'io.
DRESS 3f4lins, Cratuts, and Linen C,pubtdi..k.g,
S IIEETiINqIs:, at
Dic...FFS - told Edgings, at
CIROC aI4S of ever' description (very cheep),
at • ' ) " Pose's.
11 - Ito\, tilaorels, Pitchforks, Seytites,
I. tit . • Poses.
S-warn, Ifaitt- ware of every deSteririion,
T j oKING , Classes, Tea Tr aps, at i
CROCKERV, China ant re at 4, , !
1 ~ '
; • ,
EW t ocips expectad soon; at
Montnrse, A l ine 15, 13.06. _
,- - ,
F LOG a ifixt SALT Cot mile j
• I. 1.. POST & et)
fillini" STOILE f;', 1
„ _..4....._ ,
THE inilisciibers hove now on hand and arli re
ceiving a geti+l assortutient of Good. which they
offer 171. a 4inati advance for READY PA Y! '. : Most lifials'
1-of produce re'd in exchange for Gooihi. t •
t -1 I'ILLLS & 11F.RMA.N.
Montrose, inne 13, 1846. ! f
TALLOW I,or gale bye
B UTTER Orkins kep cnustanllv in timid 1 .
.1 MILLS &, SUM A.:'?; •
1111 I L LS" & SITERMAk.
Jane 15i 1041.
IN•FtLF 4 BLAST-t
EC'D thi4week fmni the city a ikesh and lickter.
ILL esting supply of Groceries, which can be ;pur
chased of 4multally chca t T rates-I . 7cotts . isting ofTt l On-
CE3IOI , COCOAS TS, Fresh R ‘ tatihlS . &C4;&C.
TAMED- AIi,PLSS, a iot! articland a
15 supply 4 Flat TUI4NIP SEED, just received
and for stare at4lio ARCADh.
THE - t-
- Ddasybre M. S. insurosce C 'mpany, Plain
delphis, h&c atuthorized tlte undersi, ed. to eiTec; In
entrances on !bindings, NI - handize, '.. a otherittyp
ertY, %plait +lnge mil by fi fe: 1
The muse * resourcesi of the. 'unaptly, and ‘heir
adherence to liar and h ; table iprinciples ini,.the
transaction; f 011 their buitlness, ei;aitfe them to , . the
confidence ofto :public bs a stye M eans oflnsu
rance. - '',l, • • 'F. LUSK; Ageig.
Montt ear Hine 16 ' 1 " -..
' ' 1 :5'
111QbOTEdr..III0Ekl and ,:fino, of apros ,
-11.) OfverY . 'quiility and %by .1 .
, & iiiIIERMAS.
CeloD-FIH4-a now Iqtjust' reicived mitt
see by 4 --
MORE NEW Or 0 , 1)S .
TvBT, nonest , Gin g h„ C o edi4 pa riso hq, a .,
irlies' light iolored. Sil %wet, pelaine.Sharli;
Teb4, Bqskfue Pbbees, *cogs, gge &c. at gretitly
reduced "Prieteq for salel 6
AO, 15 th.
mete, at 41 0 50 per bikrrel. 1 4 the
00 bushgli charcoal;mica at
scpt. 146« I Lyons Chactilcri.
hioutroie, .11)ne i 5. 11146.
E QUART [
'Rs, Wholesale anaße
tantages to those •
• gore in the county. k
!arid will be "sold.st pri
',es and the wants of
It not;be undersold! ,
,eir asiorttnent may be
oths of every vim, an
r Cloths--fancy, striped
. • the` best styles of the
Cravats, Scarfs, Mitts,
ress Bilks' t'
Dresi. Goods of every
&c. &c., oil
!vial to mt
with the '
cash they to
. Among t
ricty of go
vets, Rich I
M. & Ri.
ble for the
Di & EL'4.
Ix_a_ tor -
neut of Looking Glasse.
k-j - dim S
&c!.. for sal,
A N tonl
aide of the
1 - I,,Rep't
-1 - X. Bop,
T 4 INEN,
M W ED
1 1,-/ net
~~ + t ,
as any of t
:give tog a c;
-ILI on h
1 - Mo
J~ all eh/
, of all kinclr,
I BTU R
item at: may'
, Dry Gp o d,
L, Glaaswar t .
,hotyisb to boy,
eir assortios ht
s to correspo n d
r . taxmen. Fgr
ilinno, Silk Vej.
riety and suite.
foods of every descri
usually kept tn 'a Dry
Castinteres 3c: &C
jou, and in fact
N DE LAINES" from
eat - -
:0. r“.l. npward i ,
l my and all other
' 3s.—good sugar 8 c
riea equally a - cljeap fo
two horse Luotiber w
on ior sale by
. S. SON.
*TE11:0 and JOI:t ELIS"
tent kept constantly on
atid mid fur galu.
G M LI.B for sale at
for sate at
INGS, Cotton Yarn, Bat
cythes, Sevtite Stones,
ual variety or Ste*
may be Found at my SI
-blie: Aveuue, in Monti
purchase at very lov
the& produce to good
mil Fancy Dry .
re on' the Eat
Use, %yhere Oitt
t agsortment oC Ladi
Shoes, very low at $
' Slippen mu l
f splehrlia DreN's
cusluueres, at S
De Laines and.
itE add beautiful asso
r ow, at S
'lent of Prints,
stock of Summer Clod,
for Gent'. anti
Skirts, White and Dru
• fine plain De Leine
and will be *old- low, •
1, Nail Rods, anti Nails '
R Moinases then can b
33 cents, with Teas,
found in town
gum Coffee and
tidily low, at
.—Linea T/1146 and T
Comitig ; a good assort
• rel - Diaper and
ent Irish Lin
.eedes cloth, low.
S.—A lot of first rate T
.trseres• and Sad
a of MisseA ant
ed prices at
Is:.—litoul Cloths, Cas.
unusually low, at ,
t:s lisatiery at very redo!
: 1 / 2 .1.1$111:11I'
Table Diaper and L
TEST 4111 V
la, 31k1.&% - gAN pa,,
, side of the Public _kver ----
g a new and splendid as
y putebaseti ut extremi
e inaneed to sell then
Ile chcaprcheapeat or br.
g cask to pay for Goa
before purchasing el
June 15, 1846
,ue, are just re
: .rttnent of Fresh
ly low prices for
on as good tens:.
; ge shops in tows.
will do well to
.AWS; k Cut Sava, at
KES, Forks ana Scy
R STUFF far Boys, C
t% &c. nt
coarse and fine, and Ca
or a kainy Pay, at
rd lax—fiend ar
' Bonticts, Sltppers, to
Calienef in nblin
IY_lRE ti Saddlery. C
humorous other artielt.
I 1846.1 •
LING OFF C
ER.-4 good. assortme
~( 1 anti sold as low la
idea, calf Skim, &c.,
&OILS i for silo by
• ner's Eddy and
ept constantly On
1 .f castings. OM
B. SAYRE• 1
Salt kept is usual
:t-received by '
Cloths just T-
paid for Mato.
W Sash; Glass, and I
.se, a good assortreent
a general ex.iortment
and Stove Furniture, a
prick, Lath, Nagar an
OrangO and Letriops j
ill SUPPLY of Sununel
'by • I
JR.:--Tho highest prices
tig4 tho season by
. . .
: TOV Es—new and im
onsistiog of Mr tight
igtolli ; do
Boxt and air-tight St
&a. 3ca Sc., chetip-foi
oxEs OF 'GLASS
ow Sash for sale.
iis t 1M: AND Bloofah/equal
tintie to ,caeTy
ld stand, next Door'
y rho lateott
.1 *eyed a small lot •
ve *in be sold as
.wiu, just to.
n ladktt.., low
t kept constantly
the bought in tea
do do H
do do, L
ves, Steve CVRIS
cosh or improvo,d
oizes uud W id
for nolo by
N 4. SAYRE
Tailoring ba u l i
ow the k‘
I met stir&
f Bliglish Strive