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bered that tawnt Gem Taylor's . 1
Was recently inundated and said to
ruined. The empathy for him
Fort Brown, or afterwards at Bite
was scarcelystroiigerthan that in
his private misfditune. But old
himself Seems Owerless as Polk . 1
Anna, toturn the current of the
good fortune. We now learn thatl
r • I
cation was, on the. subsidence of th,
town with cotton, and, enriched b
bute of the Father of Waters, it p .
crop equal to any in the State. ,
dation was not more succesful tha
tion of Santa Anna ; his crop of
laurels have only been enrich •
creased by whatthreateuedtO de
THE YELLOW 'EVER AT NEW
—Seventeen inteiments are report
Orleonsfrom yellhw fever, during t
four h o urs,endinir at 9 o'clock oh
log of the sth instant. Six deaths
the Charity Hospital subsequentl l
17. We publiih the following e
they came to us..l If they smack
Swackhammert" they certainly make an
interesting expoke of political rsialities as
they abound in these diggings.
Ma. PRINTER 4—
As I wai'agoing borne %other day I
found a bundle ;of papers on the Martin'
Crick Bridge., I could not tell whose they
was without opening-of them. - opened
them and found 11 sheet of paper d'd up like
a letter—but it had no name on the outside,
and seemed to b 4 all about politics. I cant
make out the writing all of it and
would print it, theti I can reed it.,
n't see anything very private in it'i
there would be ho harm in prin
thing about politics in these ti
print it. , Yours, doe.
-FtBE-Paoor, Aug. 4, 1847.
Dear Sir—l lOve.: not forgotten.. y prom
ise.to write to yop 'on the subject .f County
politics; but have been waiting t have the
Township Committees first appointed that
I might write you more fully. Ithey have
been appointed, sand in order to ?lake our
interests more stecure, we have requested
them (which you . ; know is as well to them as
positive instructidms,) to "-serve as the Board
for the election ittf . Delegates." This will
prevent the voter's from choosing their own
Chairman and giecretary, which we think
might operate against our designs some
times, and will *liable the Comtnittee in
many instances When but very feW meet, to
control the complexion ortbe Del gates.
We have appointed the Towns ip Com
mittees with gretit care, and on 100 ing them
over, you will ptirceive that they
ally of the tight stripe.. We have appointed
here and there one of those recreant spirits
who say they will not have us to rule over
them, but not enough to jeopard the success
of our schemes. :' In Thomson we] found it
difficult tp designate any three iniv l iduals in
whom we could !confide to back s in our
strategems. I n INew Milford we areeeded,
though it is mo rt ifying, to have to e-appoint
the same persorit from year to year. Nev
ertheless, a innjority of us• were agreed that
we'rnust appoitiO such as we coul rely up
on to serve us " -ight or wrong" and such
we find, (thankslo the great Arbi rof poli
tics,) in almost every toivn in t e county :
and it is to the imstrume.ntality o , these our
willing help-mates that we are principally
indebted for ourlpower in regulating the suc
cession of officees. Now friend—, we
have all endeavered to perform th duties of
our respective offices here to the _ tof our
abilities—not only_sn, but we ha e unscru
pulously exerted our o ffi cial in uence to,
kastain what is opprobriously deuominatad'
the Fire-proof Faction ; the ascidericy of
which is so essential,to the hope of all the
leading _politicians of our -coup y. . Why
should we; not then be permitted' . continue
in office 1 Have we not a just . aim upon
our friends to retain us in our pla 8-of-pro
fit if it is our wish, or promote if we de
sireit? We certainly have; dif our
" Tools" (as they are called) . faithful,
the People can't prevent our s
you will examine our list of Cam
pointed to superintend the choi.,
gates, you will perceive that i
stance where it could be done
pointed a majority of the right .
merly, the Committee consisted
but we found that number quite
lent, as we had.to appoint all our
the the Coinmitme was liable to
divided. Now .we appoint ce
(if to be found) which constitute
ty who will support such perso .'
as we officers desire.
Thus, you 'observe, friend
have done all for ourselves whi
our power to du: We expect to have great
influence with the Delegates of cu rse—tho'
what we dliwili be done rather slyly, yet w.
will have our wen at work. If W cap hay.
vome who have lately held lii er of
than they were capable of fillin promote.
to other offices,ve shall take c urage tha
we may stand some Chance he after of be
tog favored di the satne way. iiii idea
changing o ffi cers every year is a hum . 1
I hope you Will come up soon say whe
the Commissioners meet next, n the ,
Monday of the o'month, if you n, and .
will tell you who we intend to we notui
ated. We have no fears of your vrn,eiw
know that yourtielf, Hartley, and few
calculate with;much apparent safety th
you can control the Democra of Leiter
with absolute spay. I bear on , thing t . i
delights me very much. It is that mu
exertion is used byg youiself an fellows
prevent the "people's Advoca " from' •
log taken or - aa all circulated in your tow .
That you go to • evetrEpubse, • 'who -
teives his paper through , thepos - -olller,:10.
endeavor by Coaxing and - th terant
have him step tiakin_g it. - Thati right ',.
that paper inkling us more bye penult .
plans and devices than • all spumes*
opposition. •Oiar Post•tnalier • does'. ,
clean thing—though it vrailii , uty ftii:,'
seal loaners. pait as we ,all lute
~ to ad ''' '
tile the leuerkiretnaioing in his ce is 1. ,.. , '
" Advocate," yetwe hold hint in such, '
'bathe obeys tis against' the itti See of
ti f i
own conscience, es we eh ' tattire ' 4 `..
If that Press cOuld be aunihila ;we oetito
supply! ` e
Coo*. ?the!. curs at our
Pleusui4 ithis au exten
sive 'circulation, NO : wields:a considerable
power' ewsibg our idaui9f ° Pefulieu• s.
As k loOtesnext Senator, we wish to
it t6Setae office-bolder in this county; bat
,we feat that Wayne and Wimple - if Dele
gates ;Wlll be' fol. noinitiatinethis beet an d
moat Man. 'lf they iffioidd do sci;
4 ' 011110 would be in the ftre.r We must
have either one of thisgommissioners, Com
sel inithat) office, that• we - 01# sus him for'.
nil colniiig time. . Our Deputy Prosecuting
Attortiey and Comm:4o4er', ' Attorney, is
eager:for that purpose, iid has been mana
ging quuel l hOldly for two or \ three years to:
induce his nomination. But look out for
the otheVtlwo coiinties r Do prevail on Hart
ley to igo to Wyomiegand' thio' his son there,
who Ontrals the Democracy of that Acianty;
see that blisiness is ; managed favorably to
our purposes. Wylie we think can be
more easily managed 'asl she had the last
Senatbr. • ' !
, a Vista,
, tton end
' he morn
[. on the
We ere quite fearful of losing our
missioner this fall, , less he pledges himself
to give the County p 'Ming to the " People's
AdvoOte," which o eft to do it for half the
amount charged by t . tie -- " - Nerthern. Demo
crat,"'and thereby seve one or two hundred
dollari to, the count* Thitive cannot per
mit hiin to do, as it !would tend to deprive
our "Organ" of its Wonted reward for sus
taining us in all that we do. We may,
however, conclude do nominate some one of
the People's party to that office and trust to
our pqwer over him after election.
I have written to you at
considerable length, and, as usual, in the
tams! confidence. I send this by private
conveyance, without any superscription, in
connexion with a few " Pennsylvanians,"
(newspapers to be given to thoie •who have
been prevailed slim to discontinue the " Ad
vocate,") and with directions that the pack
age should be left-at the " Millar,dsville P.
O.' for you, where I presume yon will re
• ceive •
I r e main yintr as t believe you to be my
Obis Siervant, • •
nd spore s
;es so do
To publish E. Walker's like narrative of
travels, impressioni 'of duty, letters &e. of
near 300 octavo paged in pamphlet form; at
one dolls ti a copy, neatly finished—these
lines are iespectfully offered for patronage,
with desi the worthy will please subscribe
and cont bute agreeably to 'freedom for any
number o books.
The n mes of millions of Universal Be
nevolenc of soul and action of our time,
should be read by future ages as benefactors
iiof anki din support of such a bknerde
scriptive of justice, peace, temperance toler
ation &c.,lwaving over the world, in idea,
among all nations in behalf of a family of
love, which desired reform said author 'ad
- Editors that will please insert tbeie lines
for one copy each, when the work is print
ed, and those forwarding the names and-res
idence, of worthy subscribers, attached tolt/ie
like of this, to E. Walker, Woodbouine,
Pa., will be entitled to one copy for each
twenty subscribers, and the 'author's best
respects, and he would Jove to record many
such to their honor, as much so as those
signing the Declaration of American Inde
pendence. " Wilting to give a bright exam
ple to other nations in a path yet untrodden,
by taking the lead of their fellow citizens
in the truly noble task of improving their
Appointing% of the I. E. Chlirth for 18174.
Wyoming District: WM. REDD; P. E.
Wilkes-Barre: B. Hawley.
r i i
) Ne port Mission : J. D. Safford.
Wyo ing: T. H. PeArne.
North orelaud : E. Smith, one to be supplied.
Skinner's Eddy: E. B. Tenney.
Tunkhannpck : L. S. Bennet.
Springville: J. Witham, one to be supplied.
Lackawanna : J. Mulkey, R. Kellogg. ,
Carbondale : P. S. Worden.
Bethany & Mt. Pleasant : H. Brownscomb.
Abington : Tilos, Wilcox. ,
Canaan : G. M. Peck.
Salem: C.,E. Tayl. r. ..
1 Lackawaxen : J. B. Cooper.
Honesdale : F t . ooke:
Beech Pond harles Perkins. ,
Mehoopany: O.IF. Morse.
R. Nelson,Principal of Wyoming Sem
G. Lane, iook Agent, New York. •
Sesoseliarints Dis : D. A. SHEPPARD, P. E
Binghamton : A. J. Dana..
Windsor: D. Davies, T. R. Tuck.
Page Brook : H. Ercanback.
Orwell :D. Pitts, N. S. DeWitt. • .
Pike : P. Compton.
Nichols : L. D. Tryon.
Verrill: R. S. Itose, one to be supplied.
Montrose &G. Bend: ILBrooks,D. Tony
Dundaff: G. H.Blakesley.
Brooklyn :M. Roger, J. W. Davison. •
Lasiesboro: P. Bartlett, G. W. Leech.
1 Broome :T. D. Wire. --:
I Gracile : D. Simons.
. 11 a major'.
La for o h •
- OPIIICANZN ox • RAILLOAD.,--AMOllg 'the
guests of the armers' Club on a recent
excursion to port, Long bland, were
Hesing and S tu Teen; the'two ' peincipal
dignitaries of Chinese junk, who with
their robeisof green silk and long queues
stirred wine inimenie sensation all along the
route both ioing eied.ooming. sesing and
Sum Teen,F , fior *elect tin* since the arrival,
exhibited aininieleinent and delight. When
thetrain plunged intothe tunnel they thought
the jr were goentee-taktra short cut through
the bowels Of theelith, home again to Can
ton, - They exhibit4d every symtom of a
, lartn ; and wahine could exceed their de
light on 'atilergier lite day light. The
speed of , train' Weight' their queue to a
complete; dialler. *lilt fright, and
their 4 're owners held on the cars to
.. oiV4led Out. The whole rail
road toe valet* wail a em ,. nplete riddle to
thee* eyt'eould•Cot make anything at
I all out at i thouili-Ofey Instituted several
! ! : ' - totkateffet*i Hoeing laughed
DO& . 11 1 t tlia ideiglaweding the:ire/W*les
1 0 - i i. ,
.. 11 - - - - 1. ..4 , '-. •-• .1 - .' 4 '-' -':-:.- ':
1 - '.:4:000 - l',44 ,l =_Ltlillowiiii:it
b i ed
*ma 'i - iiii: ... 4 44 ; # „, . .00eimoin4,:
i.'.'" i r . ' . Ol '',
i,w - ' . " 141141'i:4u opinAiiii,;44,
for:IP bfArfobATteur kist4 Out trAmir
r#4o4o.!; , iffi# l estilitilel swat=
tifri# , FOO i. 11041,:,,. '
:,:- . .1 .. ...../
For the People'• Advocate
Even our own citize . 1
equate iden'of the exte
the coakiiiii, its.vitti'.
the se ti pions* it
other" Opeistori n adeaa.'
adefp 'it,- of - un rill .
ness.-..1 It '. is ly. .
July, et. Port 'Ri :. m .
dred sindointy-ft i r
Of thi s number f t ere .
tylsix Schooners-, ad- - 1
sinceiJuly 18th, we b i
barge} and can boats
goes et the same , . -
With a trade, nata l
and sit rapidly angme . 1
c.edented increase of o
during the present -.
led advantages as a ..
tributin g point, what
when the giant hand o
has arrested and broug
the West ? The cons.]
connexion with the O.
lakes and to Cineinnat
more than realize the
enteprise is carrying o
believe that there is n
nent where investmen
profitable - than in Phil.
not ddubt that tharesu 1
it of Our community in,
1 its hirth-right and natu
of the West—a trade .
joyediby our city an.
must : command, unl l
forfeits it—will rend 11 1
more the commercial
VIDE PRESIDENT D
man has been spendin l
Winchester, on a visit
tor Mason and Ju
Charleston Free Pre .
WC are glad to h
the town, without disti
ed upon Mr. Dallas,
spectful courtesy du(
second officer of the g
gentleman of estimab
life. ; Mr. Dallas retw
day, Much gratified, W
first visit to the Vail
Riggil, a colored ma
the I3th iu Pottsvill:
Charles Gruder. ' W
had attempted to des
blue bitrol, which cau
1 NEW YOU
connxivran viniceLt ron
Wheat Hour, per barrel $5,25 fa 5,75
Cdrn meal . do - 2,50 fa -
Wheat, per bushel . 1,00 Yd 1,50
Rye,, do ,80 a , 0,00
Corn do ,70 e - ,75
Barley, .do ____ 0,00 'B 0,55
Oats, do • 0,40 e 0,45
Butter per lb. Orange co. 0,20 fa 0,22
do western , , ry, o,lli
49 'B 0,12
Cheese, per lb. 0,0 0,08
Beef, per barrel, mess, 11,0 011,75
do prime. 8,50 fa 9,25
Pork, per barrel. mess, 14,75 'a ,-
do prime, . 12,50 ea 13,00
Lard, per lb. 0,104 e 0,11
Hams:per lb. smoked 0.07 ea 0,09
American wool, per lb. .on 0,35 fa 0,374
do full b . , . Merino - 0,34 e 0,38
•do . i 4& 4 . erinu 0,20 ( a 6,34
do native 4 Merino 0,26 fa) 0,29
Drawn for Avg:
E. S. Kent.
Clifford—l. G. Cu ,
- Forest Lake=flo
Birchard, Jonathan '
Franklin—G. Mit ,
Gibson—J. B. Ste
. Great Bend—J.B.
Jackson--Nathan . ,
Lenox—Wm. C. I
ham, Wm. Smith.
Lyman, Z. Culver.
In the Common
Carmalt vs Dicl
Wells & Bard
Russell vs Ting
Peeking vs Hin
Smith vs Beemi
Y , •—• vs Cr
Mooed a 6 iiirE ihe worm' Multi:bins which -.
in order to deceis4i ars - Said bi tin* similar to
Wright'. Indian Vetable.pills. I ' -
The only origin *wining In • Vegetable
Ms have the signitaie °Willi. Wright *tten with
F pen on the topUbel each box. one other it
genuine, and to counterfeit this is
Or The genuine for sale Is,: C CHANDLER &
SIMPSON, sole tF For Muntrose r HFor, other
agencies, steled ' tinanother . leolanni.
,611 Racadreat, P
• • - • •
l irr1 1011 !•
foita but an inad
t and immtenee of
~, e ra, united with the
.:enjoyed by Phil;
commercial , grnat
diWe; and yet :up.'
uring,tho month -ef
alone, eight hue
, received cargoes;
- one altip o tan bar
whundred and twen
red and nineteen
hive received car
.BOWEIrXMIGAPA.UBTBi. COMO% &a.,
Plistively cured JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE
- BALSAM; ' •
Chicago, IIL, Match 27, 1845.
Dr. D. Jarne—rileat Sir —lfonask me what proofs
I meet with in the elEcaci_of your Cartninative. I
can safely say that I never prescribed- a medicine
for Bowel Complaints that hasever liven so much
satisfaction, and my Patients so speedy and perfect
relief as this. Whenever introduced into a family;
it becomes a standing remedy for those ailments,
and is called for again and again, which 1 think preo,
•ty good proof of its efficacy and usefulness. -In the
Bummer Complaint of children, it has frequently
-appeared to snatch the little victims, as it were, from
the grave. "It saved the life of. my - child, and of
such miasma& a child," I have repeatedly heard
:said:, In dysenteric affections of "dabs. I have
time and Ham Seen it act like -a charts, and give
permanent relief sea few lours, I may say in a - few
minutes. In fine it is a valuable medicine, and no
family should be without it.
Respectfully, M. L Kictrr, M. D.
Professor of Materia Medics in Laporte Universi
ty, Indiana. .
gie siticie, thus east
.:ng, with the unpre
r forein commerce
, and ourunequal
nufacturing and die
, ay not be . eipected
t hither the trade of
letion of our railroad
o, its extension to the
and St. Louis will-do
lopes of those whose
it the project. We
spot on the conti
is more certhin and
bhia ; and we dr
delphia ; and we do
to of the public spir
the effort to secure
.Iprivilage, the trade
rst opened and en..
which her locntiop
ss her supineness
etropolis of 4nieri;
the past week it
to his friends, Sena
olge Tucker.. The
fir that the pee* of
nction of party, call
,nd paid him the re
: to Ma statiob as the
vernment, and as a
e qualities in private
ed home on Tues-
. understand, with his
we to be hung on
, for the murder of
are informed that he
oy his life by taking
•d him great agony.
HI rrotLe's ADVOCATE
ens, A. D. 1847.
Fish, C. 111. Gere,
11 . dleback.
Iriftin g Edward Heald.
.estil Brewster ,
,Joel T Borate
. ol Ines, H. L. Blowers.
ake, Asbbel Hobbs.
Bradley, Wm. Ford-
urton, R. NC Cooley.
P. Dewey, Edward
cis. Thomas, Prentiss
IL LIST •
reas of Sus 4. Co. for
Lipson, in ease.
s Cooley, in debt. •
ey, et al, trespau.
ds, et al, appeal.
in, ekal; 4 ‘'
,yon, ID ease.
Prepared only by Dr. D. Jayne, Philadelphia, and
sold on agency by N. Mitchel & Co., Draggles,
.Montrose. . •
In Friemisville, otiSaturdity 4th inst., by H. E.
Esmond, - Esq., Mr. STL VISTER RFUNZVAtiLT, 10
Miss Axa itostssds, both of Forest Lake.
VINEGAR fo. sale by
IHEREBY caution all persons against parches
ingg a prouimiasory Note given in favor of T. J.
Chapel for $72 00, signed by Hiram 'Cogswell, da
ted July 7th, 1847, for I contend that I have receiv
ed no value and dhall not pay said Note.
Rush, Aug. 10th, 1847.-62w3.
IVATURE'S OWN REMEDY! THE INVALID'S
1.1 BEST FRIEND! It is confidently. asserted,
that there saran was a medicine which has given
such uniform andliniversal satisfaction, as W EIGHTS
INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS.
They have stood the severest'trials, by curing
when all other remedies have failed, and have es
tablished a reputation in the face of the envious
slanders which have been raised against them.
SPRING, SUMMER, FALL AND WINTER,
each produce, by their variations of temperature,
peculiar erects - upon the human body. The heat
-expands: and the cold contracts the volume of cir
culating.fiuid, anitwben changes take place sudden
ly, the effects are often serious. Wright's Indian
Vegetable Pills counteract the evil influence of such
changes, by purifying the blood, and keeping the
stomach and bowels in a natural and healthful con
FOR FEVER AND AGUE, That scourge of the
west, Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills stand unrival
ed. An instance has never come to our knowledge
of these Pills having been taken, without_ effecting a
complete cure. In Chills and Fever the bilary
functions are chiefly disordered, superinduced by
great physical debility. When the symptoms first
appear, no tinieshcitild be lost ,before -resorting to
these Pills. A few, days will give each relief that
no persuasion v iii be necessary to continue the use
FOR DYSPEPSIA, Wright's Indian Vegetable
Pills will be found very superior. In this disease,
the gasaicinice is weak and deficient in quality.
Consequently the digestion is imperfect and the
health impaired . These Pills remove the bile from
the stomach, restore its tone, and improve the di
FOR JAUNDICE - -=-Wright's Indian Vegetable
Pills are equally well adapted for the removal of
this complaint. As they operate upon the onegen
end and uniform principle, of cleansing the stom
ach and bowels, purifying t he blood, and rectifying
by secretions, they remove the, calms of Jaundice,
and of all other disorders.
GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE.—It would be
difficult precisely to tell to which of the two sexes
Wright'a Indian Vegetable Pillshive been the great
est blefsing.Ent it is very certain that these Pills
have given health, spirits, and a good complexion,
to hundreds offemales, who would, without them
have been in tleir graves. A box. of Wright's Indi
an Vegetable Pills is an inestimable, medical com
panion at certain periods.
HEADACE, GIDDINESS, dm
The presence of pain in any part indicates a cot
rupt state of the blood, which nature is' striving to
correct. A few doses of' Wright's Indian Vegetable
Pills taken ongoing to bed will be certain to give
relief, if the thing be at all ptissible.. -.
VALUABLE ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE.—It
is well known that the south and west suffer more
from bilious- disorders than from all others combin
ed. This is partly owing to the climate. bat chiefly
to the nature of Southern and Western life. The
sensations accompanying Liver complaint are of the
most wretched description. • Habitual drunkenness
is frequently brought on by liver complaint. A pa
tient suffering from this disease should not be mock
ed with pretended cures; yet there are. a very few
medicines worth a straw in the removal of this com
plaint. Calomel has hitherto been the chief reli
ance, but the remedy has proved itself worse than
the disease ! What then shall be done? We say
give Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills a trial: If
they do not exceed your expectations, we will bear
all the oppmbiuin of failure. And we say to all
TRY THEM !—There is no risk run—no money
thrown away—yoti are certain of benefit.
ONE WORD MORE—When you have found that
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills are, a uleetle" the
best medicine you ever beard o& !MOE To vita !
Don't run after every upstart ,Remedy, which at
tempts to bhister itself into notoriety. Above all
BEWARE' OF IMITATIONS of Wright's Indian
Vegetable Pills. Previous to the introduction of this
medicine, Indian Pills were never heard. f. Now
what hosts of them! And after all, what are they,
but miserable imitations of the original medicine; no
marelike it than chalk is' like cheese.! One adver
tises "-Improved" Indium- Vegetable Pills. This
would be a capital joke, if it were less sorimul.. Be-.
ware of such. /
BUY OF TIM. REGULAR Aggikir,..--ptere is
no safety elsewhere. The country is swadming with'
counterfeited', both of money and of medicine. But
which is Wand Is net the counterfeiter Of a med.'
.tine bit little, better than a robbe d and a murderer?
Buy of the regulacAgeuts ardy„we say again.
Chandler & SitripsoOlontrose. .
Ira. Scott,-..Springville. .
L. IL Woodruff imock. Corners... .• . •
Edwin Titre , Brooklyn., , • I,
A—L.-Au in it Co. Summeraville. "
H. Binritt,'New Milford.
A. E.,•,Hetinedy,,Gibsort Centre. ' ' - i
Smiley ,& Curtis, East Gibson:. - • i
,Vella & Co., Dundaff. .
-(A..Pieket * -Itirsli. ,- ; • '.. ' i
Jos; Dußois, Great Bend. -. • ' :, -I
9 )lo)rts..4ariThenY.- • ,:. •::t e- j
'll,..BUirniVs,:&,co, Gibson. _ '.'2l;
G. G.: Pride, Hanford. - i
• , Charles LAliown,le_riendiville.. 'i • ' I
-131 1, 01llees , thwithal exchitivelt to' die isle ‘,
Wright's bniienlfeshinsble Pills, of the North • - •
jean College of Heath, .No. pp Greenwich at NeW
York ; No. 198, Tremostii: -Bowan; add principal
ofrs,4 24 cN ;WEN* "4.714100 OW • •. •; ~ - • -1,,'
riWebir Irv. ; JOHN HUGLlBltiro : iisii
ibliej*** . of New- York. by • KIWOVAN, b
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NEWS, ADVERT'S ' ittEN'TS
rgurn lar g o. int' best 'aliorieseatoniTOVlli are
tow bear received by the - adwa that
Were ever la crlhero Penn'a., Those who are Ado.
wow} of iota 'wag ooinfott, cometiehiae, 1 10,06 i
WM - Olean give a a calla ww4ww*Ul
catewCtothem eat the above gizalithis be:bod
with :thelsaii, paella avenge. 6
Empires Air-tight Cook , Stoio.
Stanley's do - do dOl
Congress - do do do
Kniekerkicker do dO
Victoria ,do d 4
3 and 4 biiiler Cook:StOies
Double OTen Cook Sukes i & c
ofious ktxls.-43e1f4mdatint, lirhtight,
C and Su : plate STOVES,
ilectim Ware, Ti* fare , „1-01 010
Wait, Ziiic 4. Copper Ware, and is Ihort
every thixi i sully wanted, ox.hastd, or Made
to •order *short notice at ; • 1
F. B. Chandler. 4 Cc s .
Aug. 04, 1847. •
f=ljl~aF'~l}g}f~il~C. ~~I;T~a4F +[( ~}I,IiI~T,~
Comprising Original Designs 'of - Colintry Redd', ,
adapted td the Taste - and Circtlmstancri, of the
Merchantthe Farmer, and the-Mechanic. , an
Atisociation of Practical ArchiteCts.. .
The objedt •of this - Publication is to inttsduce
ORIGINAL DESIGNS-of Country Acids, adapted to
the varied taste and circlimstances of an Amktican
Population--;. , from the., elegant Villa to - the s i mple
Cottage and plain arm-House ; from Pluptene
Mansions to ;Village Domicils. Ina word, miry va
rietii of Rural Residences will be embraced, in or
der-to meet the views of every person desiting a
Country Hottse. In respect to style,. cost, ['Tinge
merit, saiah, &c. utility will never be sacrifiCed.—
Ecouomy inlthe outlay, with au appropriate ,ktyle
klways he kept iu view. The requisite details,
specificatroni, plans, and directions, with a Oireful
and reliablci Mimics of tke cost, will accorbpany
each design: These are essential features of eiPrac•
'rico! Workrand no labor will be spared inij their
preparation.; I •
Published Monthly—Price 25 cents eachrannber;
or five numbers for One Dollar. • 11
Address (post paid) C. M. SAN'TON, 205 #mad
TAILORING! .• I
A. LOCKE & . LF.. JAMESON, lin:ving.
wicia.e4l themselves in the TAI LQBLNIi
BUSINESS, would respectfully Solicit the patron
age of those who. make, Paskims their crite4ion of
Dress, and idso those who consult ease rath_ Sir than
Fashion, bteving that they can fedly meet thlitastes
and wishes f. all thine who mad favoi- thent with
• Cuttihg done on short notice, an d warranted
to fit if rightly put together.
N. 11. — Shop may be foand at the bhildi ng
formerly °Couplet R. B. LoCke .as a Taming
Estsblishn*nt, o 3,lack'll %%gym-4°p.
P. A. LOCICE 4 ,'
4 a. F..JAMES9N.
hfoiltros4, July 27, 1847.e-4993.
GOODS FALLING !1!
A. FRESH supply of TEAS Dian 18 • ets.l! to one
dodit-SUGARS, COFFEE, &c. juatibpened
and going rapid.—Also a Ninon • lot of Mel . er
Cloths itet on hand, will be 'sold at. groat Bar
gains for Cash. •
,Clir Call QUICK at the Store of
July 20, 3857
FLOUR & PORK,
FOR SiILE at Elali,bitry's
Ally 1-4, 1847. • •
31 0* N T R 0 !
rr,.. undersigned, having established a LIVERY
LL STABLE at Gen. D. •131. Warner's, in *noose,
is prepared to accommodate the public ffrith fast
HOTSES, and Carrjagesit,
Olevery description, on reasonabtle terms. I
Pleasure parties- will be furni l shed with two and
four horse:Carriages, and careful Driimrs, int. short
Believing that a LIVERY. STABLE of ieerd Itor-
Pea an 4 c* 2l 44es will be • greats aceenlnogutien to
the citneiti of Montrose and the public, if not profit-,
able to the proprietor, he respectfully salient the
patrOnage ; of the riding public.
Tit. M. DENISON.
Montrone, July 22, 1847.-584
W -GOODS 1
S. , S. MULFORb & SONS;
HAVE now on band a large asaoriment
GOODS which they •will 4ell as Cheap as , the
Prints---a large assortment from .
-6 1-4 to 121-2 - Cents. some
beautfut pattern s and fa4t col
ors 12 1-2-ets. 1 it
Also--i 4 lot of Printed Lawnjf, and
a laige assortment of. Golds for
men's - summer wear—will be
sold very cheap.
Wooldey & latoolsef's -best' Loaf
ground and crushed Sugar,,rat=
raked pure, for jl2 I-2 i!cents
Young Hyson Tea far -25 cts
Bettet " 150
Best t 75
Molasims for - -3711.04 r
And all other Groceries eqiially char e!;Ctiah by,
B'. .4. amt.
RADZ.EI3, 'Cnidie S • %
, Scythr-floatbs, • Scythe libsosiV,
forks andiElickles.. for:We by. M. Son.
QOLD Ltoik:TMEß,..;ititfurf!. tb
fk, for wile' by - - 8. S. M
July 8, - I
VALUAB r :B.0:015.;•
QTATii - BOOK OFD PB fifiVANTA; !icoettais
-1.7 ins an account of the C . pew, Geo.
eminent. Resources ,. and e..m"itizel","l"..'
with a nakid the Btaie ,saa. CAepitlrte Ate
nse oftlicbodbi, and faindielisst pabboa! l ,
-Jortiall by this dosen or single t • ry
uIY -• , 4. 4 Or
A GA114. 7 -Tbs , ,subserslosr is sow ricallim
prsew trummsivooDe c . pe
a latittl'isllVOlelbild allotalm# (4 *`
: • GHE4PEST
, ilt *4,,
e m oi l tdoile elespw miss st
' 6l4l 4 o rltrt
1811; - risr„- f- • '
NeW_ (t eil
wiliserilperataw essur tha
1 leafed stoelepiG, Dr 4 surw,
son, which will be , sold at, prices to fa&
CASH OR. REAtIY P,
Their assortment ecenrises t almost
the People want in way of I^,P ) IIY WO/
BROiIIiCE 0 THI
- SATINE T y
And lots of wormer , mate foe boys
wear. &c. Among theie
pw A s i ER
Are Meg Of the mow , n , A ,
Too woman to mention. flu addit
ehoie lot of - I
Such asp SUdAll s 11 0. LAS
CES , 1780 ; 4 fg•; *c.
Ail of ,wisi!Ch
WO 044* Tow•cli
• IV BE,
Montroie, /use, 10, 1147.
'DONN ETS—elood: assozpfietit
L A P Straw BotiOts, and . Bonaalrii
LI4ITS & OIL T -1,000 abs,
al,. at last .year's
vistaed rot market.) . PAßlS CURL
quality, which is,a ieh hemisomerkreet,
other for window •blitals, Varnikh, 8p
pentiue, :Putty, gm &e. at •
ITIWO THOUSAND Dit: SOLE UEAT
ry cheap,alin Grind -stones, cod Fish,
el, Iron, Steed, Nailo,Sr.e., &c. at • g
53w10 , C. BURRO *8
'MINTED Litvnuii Gingham,: find col
G'"l'Vve "" F'l l l , t . BURRII
•:• SUGAR' "
TRE LATIGEi3T _CH 4T
gun iti7thii enmity just recoil, sit
Jnly, 1.847 t
13USIN . ESS- - DlitEC ,OR
.A.ttoraien at. Li l y's.; . Office a few rocis ;: •
F. Loss. It New
JOHN , H.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, -Montrose, i Pa.
mov , ad his (Ace to Turnpike mire% N
One , door East nf the - office of BIT. C •
and three, doors west of the Itegialer '
SIKITHS,,STEVENS di' VE
Cabinet and Chair Makent—Manso t le,
113RTR I , 1 T. Tsysb
A. airis, JR, ;RRT..
Saddle,' Hermit awl Trunk-Maker—A
the Partneri' Store. -
R.' SEARLE & O.
A good assortment tif Dry Goode, 'Pock
ware , &c. Bic., West side of Public Av
Dealer; n.Sterea,...liprdware. Dry . doods.
aide , af 26. venue.
F. 14 CHANDLER ter. C I
Dealers in Pito Tin-ware, Statioierg;
&c. &c.-=East shin of Public Avtane.
)..MERRILL & ROOT,
Dealer; irillits; Cape, Furs, Moues! r,
West glide •of Public Avenue.
E W. HAWIL 4 E
ow bn nicheis at la old Eitiid •
• S. BEDiTLEiIr, -
Attorneyat LIW at the old office !a few
of the JCouri4ZOse.
!JAMES ''N. ELDRGE
. . .
Calker sad tausir Making. t Alp o ign , Faac:y
"Painti lig, Tivoli*, Paper HangWg. &44 . Slop m
his oki stand on Tornpl I e ta. . •
‘ —A. CHAMBER ;1 -
Attorn, 5, at Law,
(knee cnier the More 1., L. Past
7&-G lo„ wirier or;Psblic Avenu e at.
11\hysi.zians Sr: Burgeons. , !Office, * eat eof th e
Put gic Aveinze crreethetStois'Orgß• e & Co.
F. S. PARK. • • . Z. acs.
Groci vies, Fruits; Confectionaries, Puget
Pa iota, Chia, sisd'a variety ef*lr. sac)
,MILLg & sxE
Farmer's Store. A generalvariety of t
on hand. One door below the re idea
Yost ' ' •
MACK & ROG:
Coat 1 1, &mime ima Sleigh Alm
pike street,: at the old-Beardsleyistand,l
to serve customers, in the molt rimed!
ace. Articles in;onr line constently
sale, and repairing done on short. nono.
S. S.'IIULFORD '',S e
Dealers in Dry Goods, Crockery, G . Joibeno
T pole, &C. dm: East side Pub Aaiun*. ,
DtNTIOT--43eut teeth on Gold Bate peefinns
dJI olientlicitit."mt the teeth inll . best le.
tns found at L. Searles' op Dl nekli Tils."'
ilays nf each wr glt. 7
-ciii.TNE - 43m. I
Pbtysiciaa,Burgeo i, & AceotieMee; , ' ,
ißreadway,i(oppdeite the Baptist:Clare
City, Pa. -
Fashionable Tailor-Two doors below
Bootliad.Oficist sulker-three *o6 Sou • eferal. -
F. Whitmei: i Broodwitr. facksatOity.',llllg.
.-..: .. J -1-1,; :: S.
chew ckie" diaw - - ch - e , '
ode. .1,;.;-,-,3 -, . ~.
peeett i wk.64;
4 , AVW
cel= e 414 Cliag:7
- tev Ur leer 11 -
whaei VIA be bbiTY
ATia(l6,,, 4 . 1 1,00 Br
e Of Judge