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The Exectitive mittee of thkSueque
henna Comity Agri huml Societyltaxii,ar
raugod the - pfreoniten to be nwardettiti the
anninirFair tend C. ttle.Show of..theSocie
tylittolis held . in Octpber next, winnows:
For'the best mere of i ,, inter when $5 00
2nd beet, - +, 300
For the best , :aere of Spring Wheat, 500
2nd 'hest " ..- 30 0
For the best . 4tcre of Corn, „ ; 500
Rod best. I", " , 3 00
For the best ftere of Oats, , 300
Forqhe best half ac.oe of Ruta Raga, 3 00
" ,i " " ' Sugar Beet, 300
" t 4" Cerrito, ' 300
For the best 'acre of Potatoes a copy of the
Farmer's Instrtictar '
Bor the best butter of leis than 10 lb& 3 00
For the best cheese 3 00
For the best tow, 1 500
2nd best :: " l ' 3, 00
Fur the best: Reiter ' the " Cultivator" one
. , r
For the hest till, 7, copy of the " Aniiricen
Veterinarian, or iseases of Domestic An
itnals." ! ,
For the beseEwe, 3 00
2nd West 1 " one copy of Morell's A.
For the best boar,
44 s ow ,
For the besOull,
2nd best 1' " , -:.'
For the bestAtellion,
2nd best " 3OO
For the bestßreeding-Afare 5 00
For the, best; pair of gelt Horses raised in
the county, a copy of " Youtt on the
For the beet' Buck, • 300
2nd best i " a Copy of Johnson's Agri
,cultuntLObetuistry.' , . - , •
For the best; pair of dung-hill Fowls, n copy,
of Beernart's " Poulterist's Companion."
For the best specimen of garden vegetables
from any one arden, a , copy of the
" Family *Hitch n Gardener.
For the richest cal ection of Flowers culti-
voted by tiny ono individual or family , —
copy of die " Ruse Culturist."
For the • belt executed article of needle
work, cot4bitting ornament and utility—
copy of at) " Annual."
Discretiosiary premiums, in Books or Pe
riodicals, will he ararded to the best satn•
pies of the tillowing articles of Domenic
factures:—Carpet, Bei!quilt, Shawl,
Blanket, Flan n el,ual perhaps other arti
cies that mil be eillibited, not here ennui
I FRANKLIN LUSK, '
April 26, 047. Er. Committee.
BANK NOTE LIST.
CORRECTED WiCKLT ►
THIS PEOPLOI AnineATE
Mau & Mec bank
Penn township bank
s bank notes 25
Girard do F u r
Del co at Chester
Chesterco at Virliesterpai
Montgomery co pan
Farmers' b'k Eilicks co pal
Farmers' bk RinuPg par
Easton i psi
Northampton no ask
Lancaster bank . par
Far Ilk Lancaoer
Lebanon f• 1 Wt.
Harrisburg j 14i
Middletovra _ 1
Carisle i 1 dir
Miners' bk rieville par
Wrg bk Waesb'e ltdi.
Pitteg demand notes
certificites I jib,
" post ur4es 1 1 (16,
Towanda no Aab
York 1 Ai,
Gettysburg ; 1 dir
Waynesb' 'P. di,'
'1 di , '
Erie , 2 di,
Berke co bank no soli.
:Honesdale 1 di,
Bk Snsifa codi,
(1 , 6 1
Lam bk Warn I
West Brunch tok 14 di-1
Dom Cr• Script 20130 di,
Lebigh co bk 37' di.'
- Lehigh Nav ,Eiript 15 tls. l
4th May lane; lj dir
N Y City bank p di,
Clinton bk N Y 3 di.
Globe bank I fraud-
North River lik'g eo dr
City Trust & ißk'g co di ,
Wool Grovvers' bk 4 di,
White Plains bk • 1 di ,
Lewis co bk I I dir
Far & Dro bk Buff 5 die
431illers bk oftlyde 1$ di
„f'AFarbk of Seneca cow d 1
bk of NiYork di
Lafayette, baiik di
N Y Bk'g coca 6 di,
Di 7 Dock ' 1 di,
N Am Trost bo die•
Bank of Buffalo 0 di,.
Bank ef Brockport 3 di,
Hamilton bkif, 3 di,
Com bk Buffido 5 -416
All solvent bitukiiiii
Country banks la di.
Except bk of Coluna
bilk Green Co. Had
Wash and Warren, e l r
Wash Manr . Po.
Wayne co basil •
Mer and Plicalere
Del Co bault! , ,
Ex bk Po'keepsie
Pottsdam Malonf Co dii
Bed Backs .1 • la di.
tuners' bk Trenton par
Princeton batik jarr
Plainfield bank 4bs
State bk at Camden par-
Cumberland Uni t p a ,
Bikini** cio - I pa l
Monnaouth bank irate
N 'Hoge DA Bridge di).
Treece Blegito cid par
dB other baulks • • par
= Far & Macb lonakil
M.Brussorla - 2io im de
Mob Bk'g & Mao 1
End Wathingtoni s :Co --AD
.11 3 11•0 11110 di)
`Prowlst WNW An
etaliMlAl Tient* ' .Ao
Baak'of Ikeiraw" •do
OdiditiAt Pladition ` do
;mouse , Iss -a l awatity of
MBia; 1.04 1 !IdY
Under /)..Ss .4 dip
NEW . HAMPSHIRE.
All solvent banks dis
Calais bauk 10a—
Agricultural bank do
C.ty bk Portland do
Mercantile bk do
Stillwater Canal•bk do
Bangor Com bk do
Westbrook bk do
Citizens' bk do -
Globe bk do
Washington co do
Frankford bk do
All solvent banks
Bank of St Albans 14 dip
Bk of Bennington dip
All solvent banks 4 dip.
All solvent banks 4 dip
All solvent banks 4 dis
Baltimore banks 4 dis
. Mineral hank — 1 dip
Fredericktnwn 4 dis
Hagerstown • 4 dip
• Far & Millers' bk Ha
Westminster 4 dip
Williamsport 4 dip
Cumberland 1 dip
. Salisbury broke
Franklin bank 4 dip
Frederick co bk 4 die
Broken bks varions - pricep
Baltimore & Ohio Re
lief notes 10 dip
Bank of Delaware par
Wil'n & Ftrauyw'ne par
Farmers' bk Del par
Union bank "
Bank of Smyrna par
HIS. OF COLUMBIA.
Washington City 4 (Fs
Georgetown 4 dip
Far & Mechanics' dip
Alexandria 4 dis
Ilk of Alexandria broke
Mechanics' bk broke
Franklin btuik no sale
Merchants bank - do
Ex bk & brandies 14 dis
Bk of Vii & bnechs 14 die
'Far bk & b'ehs 1 f dis
valley bk & b'ch. 14 dig
Wheeling . lal dip
Wheeling p notes 1 dis
All solvent banks 2 dis
Small notes 24 dis
All solvent banks 14 dip
Sinai, notes 2 dis
Bk of St Marra 5a
Monroe R do
Columbus - do
l'hamitt bank do
Exchange bank do
Chat lit bank do
Central bkof Mill do
Rocker trkg co do
All solvent banks 2
All solvent banks sas dis
Small notes ' E dis
Cincinnati 2 dii
Scament'bk notes 2 di.
Bank °tritium' • 70 dig
State bank SO di.
tsetse - Se 3) fru
.4!ont books 2 die
IAE whim hanks tiel ds
AII- INDIANA '
eigeititt blinks lid&
Do. _ ..r..
IMMO L 'POST A co.
'RE ie:Ceiring their stock of
Sp** and ' Summer Goods,
Connistiiii in part id
GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. ,
Maki, Cussimers, Yelset and Mar-
Aviles Testings, lamas, • -Blea. and lun
hleached ‘Tweeds,Vregon and York Mix
tures, Stripes and Plaid, Woolen Substi
tute, ate. ke.
, LADIES' DRESS GOODS. ,
Plain . and figurjd Delaines, Lawns, Joie
meth, Ginglianis,,Gingham Lawns, Fad,:
°liable Dress Silks.
A beautfiul assortment from 53 to $5,00.
Parasols, Silk & Cotton, from 2s, $2,50
Funs, rich styles. Oil Silk, Worsted,
Linen tykifs„ silk doss. Silk Lnce, Linen
Folgitigs; tiest asst in town. Brussels Lace,
Buttons, fringes, Bcihhins, figured Musfins,
Hosiery and. Gloves of all descriptions.
ENGLISH & AMERICAN PRINTS.
Bonnets, tabs, flowers, Ribbons, Skirts,
tern article. Pat. Lent her Slips, Buskins, le.
Of every kind, Crockery, Hardware„ !ma p
Nails, Steel Mill Slaws, Log Chains, Tin
Ware, Fish, and Pork.
(Bought before the. advance,) Saddle .
and Harnesi Ware, Mans, India Rubber
Cloths, Floor Oil Cloths, Damask Car
riage trimmings, Drug', a small asset of
staple articles cheap, German Cologne,—
Looking Glasses, a good variety.
We flatter ourselves the stock we offer
this Spring to our friends, is equal to any
we have heretofore of&red; in quantity, qual
ity, and cheapness., •
With our thaiika for fintim heretofore, we
tender our invitations ".to Call and see us."
Montrose May 17, 18-17.
CHEAPER TIHIAN EVEN/I
BENTLY & READ are now ret:eiving n
very large mid complete impartment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
which they offer to their friends ? And the
public, at ;prices so low that they cannot be
'beat in Siisqueliatitia comity, and we re.-
pectiolly invite ALL to give us a call before
purchasing elswhere. Our thanks are due
our customers for their Liberal patronage,
Ittring the,past year, and we solicit n con
tinuance of the same,assuring them that
THEY WILL NO BE UNDERSOLD.'
Montrose May 17, 1847. 4tovr3
W 00 Ili , •
rTIHE sulsmribers are now receiving their
I. stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
To which they invite attention. Most kinds
Of produce'ree'd in exchange. They wish
it distinctly understood that they are not
anxious to sell goods except For P.A V
30 %V N. Mills& Sherman.
Mitatroie May 18, 1847.
• t% ' *42 tilgt %
Ll B. CHANDLER dr. CO. are now re
ceiving n large and well sele . cted addi
tion-to their stock of Goods, to which they
,invite . the attention of purchasers.
? Their stock is now quite large, and they.
are determined that for Cash, Barter, or
approved credit, they will sell at least- as
laic as any establishment in the county.
Montrose May 17, 1847.
AMERICAN, French and Engl6l) Clod!) ,
/1 and Cassimeres; Satins and fancy Vest
inks for sale by Chandler & Co).
CLQVERSEED of the large kind. for side by
Minimise. Slay 27. 1247. Cliandlrr &Co
DRINTS, a paid assortment, American
and English. Veny chresp.
Chandler & Co..
SUAIMER Stuffs. Tweeds Drills, Urn
Lisieli*c. C. & Co.
0 INGHt MS, Lawns, DeLnueo, anti other
UF On* Goods C. & Co.
1,3 varlet)! at
ro.- Blenched. - A
Chino!lrr & CII'S.
T EGIIII.RN . and Straw Bonnete, plain
and fancy braid. Ri b bon,, Flowerr,
Chandler & Co.
lAR&S LS and Shades' it
1 Chandler & Co.
I &RD ARE, Iron; Nadi &e. at
I I Chandler & Co.
UPERICH Axes, warranted; for sale cheap, by
40 the box. or single, by F. B. Chandler &Co.
April !Nib, 1847.
GittiCE I ES, a good stock. Among die
rem the best wed cheapest Tea and To
bacco, in town. Chandler & Co. ,
• NEW GOODS.
i , ,
•R. L. SUTPHIN So°P,Oi.
A" it. receiving the largest , and
hest a imminent of GOODS ever offered
in this ina.ritet, consisting in part, of 1
Panty, Pihas, rich Gingham, Ginikam
and prisited Laiiits,-M. de. laiaea, I' r
ange and •strati' Ilixams, Bonet k
1 Dors- Trimmings, Rich mad
cheap Sauer Shawls,
1 ,t Farts etteit• &al
- . 1 liflikri, Par-.
• 1 ink iilk, -
' - -I brisk, gad kg
, 1 .
horn "a tsleis
turf. Cala, qatate `
n l i .
log f ghat's-liOmso Gioi
s, rem, Wi o t; Beth,
r Oat_ t aloa aNI old ibeepktrieseeitiee4
if Ureceries—:fiel, Pada, Dotive ea
- i.Dges, reissis ea ibile.iff*ere i l
;peed Neils, Cre . rAerl, , 44, -- 4.c.. ~.
Whicipiwill be wit fui pub oc.epfueved
credit 'u milk* can be ebliene" ii this
d id e eg:ltielr 'filth City 4 • . , . . .
117904 - APT .0 Ig, E.
k LYONS, _ • .
Is paw receiving a bandonme let of •
• Dry Goods, -
• Crockery & Hardware,
Books & Stationery,
Groceries,,Dye-stuffs, : •
Nails, Fish, &c. &c.
Thankful to friends for past favors, he hopes by
rolling cheap to receive a liberal share of tht-ir 'pat.
_or Recollect, for CASH ut least, he i. 4 flit
to be undersold.
httotrome, May 13. 1847.
WANTED. Geese lestltora, Butter, K 17.4, liCer
wax. &c. &c. i. LYONS.
May 13, 1847.
T ARGE Family Bibles for lOs ; also common and
14 pocket Bibles, Testaments, Cse4nnisphies and
Atlases„ Arithmetics, 'Grammars, Philosophical find
Chemical Books; Cobbs. Samalens',! and Town's
Spelling Book ; Porter's Readers. A good assort
ment of Toy Books find Tickets. Also, the new
Hymn Books for the Presbyterian, and . B a pti s t
ties: Methodist Hymn Books, Blank Books &c. &r.
for sale by J. Lyons.
May 13, 1C47.
P ATENT . Pails, Billows, Clothes :Pitts, Batter
Stamps awl LadlO, by - Lyou'e.:
AV heShop of 401-1 N (=ROVES, Tailor, two
doors below the; Farmer's Store, the New York
Spring and Sommer 'Fasflious for 1847: mid John
himself may always be found there, ready to MOB&
are his patrons fur any kind of a suit they May
choose to wear. It is a s6ll. evident fact that men
must have clothes, and Ike sultseribee flatters
self that he can suit the taste of every ,oue wbo may
favor him with their custom.
Cutting done nn short notice, and so marked, that
"the Wayfaring man though a foul may out err" in
making it up.
iNe Merchantable produce and cash will be ta
ken for work.
301-IN GROVES, Tailor.
Monimso, May 6. 1847. 47 rn3
SUPERFINE Flour fur sale by
April 20th. 1847. Chandler & Co
ALL perantrs are hereby cautioned against pur
chasiw, three pmmmisaory noteedrawn by me
to .101 4 EPIf L. MERRIMAN, of Frmikliti, one ut
$lOO, one of $75, one of $3O. payable, one Qui the
la of November next, and the others on the Ist of
November annually thereafter. Sartl notes were giv
en on a land contract, and have been fully paid.
Franklin, April - 30, 1847
10.000 Bushels. Oats. '4OOO bushels Bye, 100
bushels Timothy seed, and 300 Firkins Dairy Dat
um, for which the highest market price will be paid
by Altlls & Sherman.
sept. 8.3, 1846.
lIMAZ CD* g
HAVE jnst received a lima ' stock of Fancy
Dress Gonda. Shawls, Scarfs, Delaines, Gloves,
White G..cals, Bonnet Ribbon•, Flowers, &c.
VOTICE is hereby given to all Persons in
debted to the Estate of FREDERICK,
W. BAILEY late of the Township of
Brooklyn, - in the County of , Susquehan
na, deceased, to make immeditite rivulets,,
and an persons having any chargett against
said Estate, are requested to present them
duly attested to the subscriber fur settle
Brooklyn Mny 29, 1847
HE Subscribers would respectively give
.nonce to the public that they have rev'd
a new and cumplete'assortarent of spring
and. Summer Goods, all of whirl, they will
exchange for any kind of pro lure that the
public are generally accustomed to traffic
They feel assured that they are prepared
to compete with any that tire, engaged in
the " Rag trade," "Our friends in Tenk
hannock to the contrary notwithstanding."
We sell for the profit; and no Intuiting—Call
and prove for yourselvev----We do not en
dorse the 10 per cent project, hut the proof
of the pudding is in the eating.
Mny 17, 1847
T HE subscriber having withdrawn for the,pres
cot from all connection with the tailoring busi
ness except minim!. will hereafter give his attention
to that particular branch exclusively. From a long
and successful experience, with recent improventents,
and a regular receipt of the latest fashions, he has
entire-confidence ability to please all who
may employ him. To prevent misapprehension he
would further state. that having worked heretofore
for the sake of working. he intends in future to work
for the mike of the pay ; (except where charity may
dictate otherwise.) Throw therefore who ate able
to pay but always withhold, will please also with
hold their outrun.
Shop over the Hat Store, first building north of
the Stage house • P. LINES.
Alontroae, May 5, 1847. 47m3
AND SPINNING. -
THE_ subscriber wishes to infirm his
friends and former custotner s that be is
prepared to card Wool with despilteli and
in the hest style. He will also take good
clear; Wool in the fleece mid deliver it in
good sound tins itt from 8 to 10 cents iter
run. Those bovine to hire their spinning
door, would find this to their. advantage,
and save themselves the trouble ofprepanti g
their own wool. - •
Wool will be taken to maniducture imo
Broadcloth, Flannel, Blankets, and shawls.
to suit ettetotners.
Two intntlred pounds of-beech-nut Lard
will be takiniti exchange for work.
N. is expeetett that paytnentwill
be made iii all easel when the. work is de
livered, either in Cash or saleable prOdUce.
DANIEL IL KEELER.
Moir Aeke; May 16 , 1847.
IVAtNt Co. i'lougiaa iini`Pirinto for adoby.
.lEr.k , " el," • • minc&Kbermith.
,QUCIfi taiiiiineni`s, De - Lain.; Ph*
P-. 4 0, • frigda**474 3 st
S .P IN - N E
IN connexion with the following certific9te
A were !loaded to us the testimimials of
several highly respectable ladies, ho have
used the Dtitneshe Horizuntul pinning
Wheel, and who concur in saying substim
liallY, that they can spin 'with it iteven or
eight run, (or about four day's mark) iter
diem, with as much ease as they can per
form an ordinary day'S work with a com
mon wheel. The inference is irr eistable;
that it will hereafter he more profihible for
the farmer who manutictures his wi i iiol, with
this machine to have in his emphty at t h e
same cost for labor, one girlohan
. four girls
with the coins on stand-and-spin wheels:--
[People's Advtocate. ;I
i I, .
The under Signed, citizens of Montrose,
have witnessed with much satisf4tion the
ofkration of a mall machine denominated
the " Domestic Horizontal Spinitini-w heel,"
lately invented by Hiram F. Wheeler of
Springville, in .this comity. It aPpears to
us to be a valuable Impro%ement, tit view of
1 the ease with which it is issi , d 41161 the ra
pidity with which it executes. We doubt
not that our Farmers generally, with all
who " toil and Spill" will approve it too. /
Montrose, Sustrai CO. Pa. ' I,
0;1. Franklin Lidik,
lions Wm. Jess,,
Gen. D. D. Warder,
Hon. M. C. Tylq,
• S. S. Mulford,
Henry J. Webb, P. M.
J. B. Salisbury,
Walter Follet, Treasurer.
J. W. Myers, -i
E. Putria, Jr., M. D.
- Daniel Searle. 1 -
' -- ,Win. J. Mulford,' ' ,
Wm. J. Turrell, '
.• Issue L Post,
Gen. V. Bewley,
Win. L. Post,
Rev, John Loteg.
far Rights will be sold on the most rens
•enable terms to those when wish tottnake the
wheels, or purchase Territory' to sell, auaii
in any of the .United States (except Ohio.
T hose %v ishi to g to engage in a business boll
lelensant and profitable will iile4e 011 en
the subscribers in Springville, Switplehanni
county, Pa. ,
IL F. WHEELER, Patentee.
J. SMITH, Jr., Agent
Springville, April 8, 1847,
E. F. CHAPMAN.
44 - 60 . it01.1-tA'L 11
OF new Seasonable and fashionable Mods for
the Spring and Summer trade 1t147. is nn'
jwitig-xeceived by the subscrilter direct' trout New
lurk by !Lail Road and Team.
The subscriber traders his thanks to:the public.
for the very blend patronage hitherto best. vk ed.
and h yes- to merit a contitelantce of the same, by
keeping on hand those Galas most desiralths far
cheapnem. &inability. style and fitshitat. Please
call and examine the new zotals just toam;ag at
Mmitmse, March '23, 1n47
Agreat variety Striae and Summer G.-d. fi
Boys and Men's Wear—rery lotv.—first rer't
Nlarch 21. 1847
(I. I ISSIMERS, Twedev, &c.,
Ili received atal will be sold lur u profit
rh '25. 1317
Tt NEN Cambric And Silk lifiktr. I.inen Tsli
I Spread-. Fine bleached M i iu Lacer,
E.:(lg;ugs. Thread Ed6itigs. and Insertion :tt.
M v-ch 114"
RENCE Braid. China Pearl, :n.4 Stmw Ben
great variety and the apring and minunei
ushinn very Inw at Sidisbury'd
March '25, 1347.
5900 DEACON SKINS
, For which the hiOiest torirket prier
will be paid et
Motitrrme, Aptil 29..1.1847.
FINE Blenched, and Unbleached Siaeethrp, Iwo
A MOST eplendid lot of the latent syte nt .
'March 21. 1347. •
1' ENCH KID,
LISLE thread' Mid Comm Gitives,:4l.;l will snit
all tlw Ltitlit.s, jaa received at Salisbury's
Mirth 21. 1847. -
A large assortment of liesieisy very ebeap at
March 25. 1247.
L A‘VNS—Mich 31,1 d SplellaCd Di S$ th at
Much 23, 1947.,.
TABBS AN D 'FLOWERS.
LARGE ca.iety and extremely low at "
March 25, 1847.
A ND Parobois from 2s. to 203., jut come at- ,
Mach 25, 11147.
Anr,.t splendid assortment and elegant variety
of Calicoes, Spring faabion, just come at
Marchf..'S, 1847. •
NEAT and genteel style extretiely . low. 'mini.
fashion at SaDainty's
March 25, 1847. -
SLIPPers and Buskins a first rate asaortnient at
March 25, 1847.
musLtrif DE LAINS.
T IGHT for spring nail beautiful stylejust come
-11-Ilat _. , Sillitibtary's.
March 25, 1847. I
SUGAR BEET.—A few pounds of iteported yel•
low !eel for sekat • POST'S.
110IECENNET8.—A choice selection—beautiful styles
—Liueo ksiges. Best ssaunsuent tims at
IrED'suPiet tistberouul fintrane . aule Legh
for iale at
MO i - ROSE FOUNDRY.'
Thie:rarillr sod the PlE•Oliet t
THE ter* of Susquehanna [ Cutuditirehereby
uatill that the largest and best msmfortnsent ell
Ploughs ' Iron Castings of every kind add variety„
illmay be fresh from the Furnace of •'1
9 , .' I
POST JR . //6. eq.,
Cheaper gum the Cheapest, forst:mart 4 i
Let it be understood' that werovill ttotkt . e ender '
sad. WI:, have, too, the targest assortmetit of Gambi
in our Inge..lof any Foundry itt,••plerthern gennnytva4
ohs, commtung of PLOUGHS that will 'go tip hill, and
down bill. end on the level—to wit: Ida* V'lonnbs,
Wayne Ponnty- Plon*.i. Wtxxl'a Old P4.ent, SW'
Hill Plonglia, &e. sec. too nrontrans to Insintion. ',
Post 4, cio., will also furnishltheir cushitners N lb
Andiron (41 .evtny aize, with Wagon Bo'es, 'lay
Cutter 'mil ''l 3 "b Sled Shoes, Dog-Chun) trt s, Irani .
ding Mill Ifintrt, and indeed every kind of: ron Cast
;tip that It* fitryner and hant.gi e d y 4ory of 114
County May deare. Then col i Ilt '1 i
Mout4se, June 23, 1846. t '
g . .
IROOCCE, Ca6h, and afOrnved crest may lm
exchanged for Iron re; at •
E VE OF kind of
,Alill-Trotts, good and tirtair. and
made to order by D. POST, JR.! & CO.
RT & SWEET!
.414 4 Persons indebted to the lute .finti, of II
rt. keic4qm & Co., will save expetutei und some
•üble, by ; " Rendering unto Caesar whittJuCii•s en i. ,
the 'A4'r.otellts of R. K. & Cu., are a the band
of 1. t b. POST, JR.
itiontiose. June 24. 1846.
TIIFY Delaware M. S. lalruiimpeeCoirflinny.Thila-
Arlphial have authorized the Midersigneello effect In.
surauce(S on Buildings, Merchnudize, aneliother prop
erty, a4snist damage or loss by fire. 5:
The minimise. resources of the companil% and their
olliere4ce to fair and lionon4ile pnnciples. in the
trutisac ion of all their busine-T, entitle ttieni to the
confide ce of the public as it safe ineatis of Insu.
ranee. F. I.liSt, Agent.
N E W STYLE,GENT'S
SPRING -mufti FOR 1841.
ROWI-71 inches high, 5-1 G yenman, i bill at
arc aid... I-11i Enna ttud rear.. i.cnive. Ile
•.val, Hitt. Busty-11 ievltett wide, limit and rear.
and 1 9 -Ili at aides. Boni:in--4 of an :inch wide.
'The Wawa new style; intredneed its New Parkin
santrdity 11arch• fiat, by Beebe & Otatir, are now
ready Jul ter aale by .
; \Tio 11 -Wol
BY MARINER BROTHERS,
I I •;
• 15,000 bush Os, Oats,
' i 10,003- 'd P. RO;
5,000 d 4. Cohr ,
t 1,000 d 6. Wilent,
20,00 lbs. (inch, of Kotler, Cbet.st. Luna, 'pd.
luu.. r. l k, 1 fur whidi the highest
pri.te will be
_paid. ; •
Greta. I3eud, Jon. 1847.
—_—_,,,____ I' - •
TO rrttAPPERS, AUNTERS, PED
LERS AND 111,iliCHANTS.
T ilt highe,4 prices to Ca# paid for Albilippina
' rims. at the gild Hatl Factory, 34:dolma Suath
of Se,i o rlets Hotel, where !am p l
:i 6or 800 OATS
d . ditlitrent totalities, can' be ilual front $1 to $:1 leAk
• hoo lints of die Maine tjaulily have ever been sold
;t1 Nokberu l'elossylvanal. Also, a Ile". stuck of
CAPS - :,.... .
kat nrficf-ived from N. Y. I;
Ded, 3 1 1. 1P.46.
N.lll. lOW 110 USE cztys, t
C-I_4l q.isia 1 .r. miy ,irt 'laity S'IIHEI . PBlll.B.
Butra , ,,„ nt i d the,
elvety quality um) pricei 'by
. MILL & SIIEVMA/V
TT lots been citriently repott
-1 led through t'he coutiiy. a(td
is the declared ti onion tt
dreds, that in po at of variety and tittali
i tv. the supply of FIATS nod CAM at
Nte & Root's Hat ati&Otto Store rp the West
side of the l'ohlic Avenue hi 111 , ontrose,Fexceeds nnv
thing Ilf the kind ever expiried for sale en-this region
•tic onittry. Reader, do yob diecredit i the rutin:lr
Rin eehther the Poet's atlniqhition: -
Oar tionljta.are traitopi, • 1
Aml omlte its lose the Old we oft tul i tht win.
041.2' 7 , 1546.
,oz lA' •
r i ll 74. NUTRIA. Brash, Molftkin atikl. Silk Ilatti,
14 Fall mid Winter niAliimet, on hand at Merrill'
& Rot,i'd. Flat Store, whieli will b fold chea per than ever for ready pay. •
DOZ, entered and mit
. Lynx. Geiten..an
muffs, at I M e rrip & Root.
6 DjDZ. squirrel Demur 4 Ladies' Fat Caps at' :
DOZ Otter, seal, Nutria and Muskrat fur
511 Cops at , M &
yot aps n
20 (Eit C le 7 r . e . u ' t ‘i s e ty n :l s a es i a l t d i d ill n u
'lli plainat & t's.
9 604. Meu's and Day's silk and Cotton glared
Gaps, a fewdozeu Buffalo Robed, d any quali
ty of !tam seal, sealer, ivorsteaCults at M
99 DOZ. sph. coney, imitation' • bp.' .46, furd
sportinft c ., aukivonl Hat Ca
ws, :tiff Cases, Cap Cuses, 4c. at- aM & El'
C Atill paid fur Pelts by , , M - &.
B I t iGITANITON Plow P,iuts for $.49
Side Nil d0..50
Also I'l'ayue County Pnintslat * M
ltrrntrose t Oct. 22. 1846. t
MOLDS.. H.4-.143 warylte,d
in a Intl
• i • • •
People's Advocate; T.
ely new, ankraodern as
fle, vicritint flt_
At pr' toaniiritetintea.l . •:_ '' '. 4
PIILBTB, i BILL S'IATI ,
A DB, • . I CATAO64
AA ' iiniu..pi- -. 1 litArr4t4;l' *T'.
tirintild ii take tuit, till 6 tiO bof :"*:- il i e
,:. IT Alatiare of amt 'a pstswelp is v
Jilltiulital. ... , • • .. ,
?. 9 0 tea, ' L 1 .
'oblisher's of the
the use of nn enti
ill JOU TYPE, are
Of Grrert Pa.A
of Una:rasa/ ilistr
dent, and a series
. _.. .., „.
. , , ...
.. . , . , .
• rodtscferk airlli rre "
/' , entiekt 'quo, lOW..
' 'separate Histories sy
.. . Ratios that . exists, their
present cosestiftiax, ice,
- • tiIIUEL MAUNDER, L.
Tivainny . of knowledge,' " Biognipb.
..retuany,t, " L iterar y andEcieutif
lc Tneasury,":anc-, Including-
IE lIISTURY OF - AMERItA,
SDITUS , si roes [PINAR, in.
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lodgment and fidelity manifested in its exectition..--
The idea of giving in a single work, et non very
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:t Within the readh of very moderate circumstences,
, sufficient outlh4 of the wolid . s.vrhole history, mai
Midler outlines of the history of' every nation, is Er'
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. the general sketch or outline. Thus the salient
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~f the philosophy of history es well asthe factswhich
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- • 107 Fulton street, New-York.
IT is WRITTEN
TN THE BOOK Of NATURE ASO OF COM
nom amuse, that the natural vegetable productions
.1 every country are, if properly it_pplietl, amply suf
ficient for the cure of every malady nacident to each
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills
of the North American College of Health, are coin.
posed of pal Ode which,.grow spontaneously on our
"wit soil, and are therefore better adapted to our
constitutions than medicines concocted from foreign
drugs, however welt they may be comptionded a nd
:t they are founded upon the .principle that the ha
uta.o body, is is trtith •
Subject to but one Dilease,
viz : "corrurit humors, and thud. said medicine sues
this disease ou
Natural Principles -
by cleansing and purifying the body ; it twill he loan
ilest, that if 4t114-. constitution be not entirely exhaust
ed —a perseverance in their Ilse, according to &ra
tions, is absolutely certain to drive disease oievery
name from the body.
When we wish to *tore a swamp or morass to
fertility, we drain it of superabundant waters
in like mummer if we ;twish to restore the body to
health, we must clean* it of impurity.
Wright's Indifin Vegetable Pills
will be found one of The best, if not the Ter} best
medicine in the World foor carrying out this
Grind purify:Jig prnacipk,
because they expel frOut the body at corrnrt and
impure humors, the cause of disease, in an easy sad
nebula manner; and while they every day
Give ease and pleasure,
disease of every name is rapidly driven from the
The following highly respectable storelters
have been duly apOinited, agents for the sale of
Wright's Indian Vegetable PtlL is Sasquelumna
Mills & Sherman, Montrose.
Ira Scott, Springville. - •
L. H. Woodruff, .Dimock Corners.
Edwin Tiffany, Brooklyn. •
A. Greenwood, Harford.
Jos. Dußois, Great Bend.
R. L. Sutphin &Co. Summersville..
N. E. Kennedy, Gibson Centre.
Smiley I Curtis„Enst Gibson. -.-
Wells & Co., Dundaff.
, Tarbox &,Burrows, Rushville. .
James Comfort, Harm,ony.
U. Burrows & Co. Gibson.
I. G. Priqe, HarfOrd.. •
Charles L Brown, Friendsville. •
BEwsne or: Conarmertirs !—The public sire cm-
tinned against the many spnriirus medicines which
itrorder to deceive, are called by name* similar to ,
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills.
The only 13riginal and genuine Indian Vegetable
Pills have the signature at Win. Wright written with
pen on the top label of each boa. Nine other is
genuine, itud to counterfeit this is forgery'
Offices devoted 'exclusively to the sale of
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, of the North`Amiu
icati College of Health, NO. .)38 Greenwich st. New
York ; No. 198 Tremont at. Boston; atul principal
office, Ni. 169 Race at. Philadelphia.
-HYSLOP & COFFJN,'
Produce and General Commission
liferchants i 43 Front st. 111 Y.
P:TICULAR attention given to the • sale of
utter and Cheese.- Refer to Maws. Mills' &
Sherwin, Montrose, Peltu'a, who will ntakeliberal
advanc'es on Produce consigned to their eye. end
pay over the proceeds as soon as sold.
New York, fuly, 1816. .
FIFTY CORDS •
WOOD wanted this Spring ivy exchange far
Goods at Sall.bary's•
April 8; 1847: •
Alarge variety# fashionable Vestintjust received
at " - • . • Estisbury's.
nd oiuoluun :Loam , 'elegant mud suitable for
A. ' the WOW very low at Salisbury's.
March ZS! 1847: