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CORILICTID itOR TUE PEOPLE! ADVOCATE
Iphia - haik
Man &Mac par
Moyninein#iig bank par
Pennlownship kink par
U. is -beak -.tunas 25 dis
Gi<eddo' • par
Palmyra I do par
Germantown - Par
Del co at - Cbester par
Chester co at WChesterpar
Mankgoinarr 4 • • par
Fatima' b' Bucks co
Farmers' bk Read'g par
Easton • Par
Nortkamptutt no sale
Lancaster bank par
Far bk Lancaster par
Lebanon I dis
Harrisburg 1 dis
Middletown 1 dis
Cantle 1 dis
Miners' bk par
Wy'g bk Wilkesb'e ljdis
Pitssig demand notes 1 dis
" ceilificates Idu
" post no te s I dis
Towanda no sale
York 1 dis
Gettysburg 1 dis
Chambersbarg 1 dis
Waynesb'g 2 dis
Brownsville 14 dis
E r ie 2 dis
Becks co bank no 'sale
Honesdale 1 dis
Lewiston 1 dis
Luin bk Warren no sale
West Branch bk 14 dis
Dom Cr Script 20a30 dis
Lehigh co bk 37 dis
Lehigh Nav Script 15 dis
4th May issue 14 dis
Under 05 7 4: dis
Calais bank 10a—
Africoltural bank do
Poidand • do
Damariscona , do
Mercantile bk. •do
N Y City bank • dis
Clinton bk N Y 30`dis
Globe bank fraud
North River bk'g en do
City Trust 8. Bk'g co do
Wool Growers' bit dis
White Plains bk .1 di
Lewis co bk dis
Far & Dro bk Buff . 5 die
Millers bk of - Clyde 15,dis
Far bk of Seneca co— die
Corn bk of N York 2 die
Lafayette bank 2 die
N Y Bk'g coin 60 dis
Dry Dock bank 1 die
N Am Trust co 2 dis
Bank of Buffalo 55 die
Bank of Brockport 35 die
Hamillon bk 30 die
Com bk Buffalo 55 1 1 6
All solvent banks ial dis
Country banks jul die
Except bk of Coburn-)
bia, Green co. Hod
" Wash ah Warren,
Wash Man Co.
Wayne co , bank
Mar and Planters'
Del Co bank
Ex bk Po'keepsie
Pomo:laza Manuf Co
Mechanics' and 2dannfac-
tuners' bk Trenton par
Princeton bank • par
Plainfield bank 37 dis,
-State bk at Camden part
Cumberland bank par
Mount Holly, par
Salem Bk'g co par
Monmouth bank no sale
N Hope Del Bridge dis
Trenton Bk'g co old par
All other banks par
Far & Mech bank of
N Brunswick no salt]
Hob Bk'g &G co broke,
Washington Bk'g Co dot
Franklin bank do
Jersey City Bank do
Monmouth • do
N J Mainif Co do
Protec and Lombard do
State bk at Trenton do
Bank of N Brunswick do
Mach bk; Patterson d
FINE NEW TEAS.
AT STEW YORK PRICES
"F NC REXFORD, of BINGHAMTON,
• has made mvaneements with the NEW
YORK PEKIN TEA COMPANY. for the sale of
TEAR in Binghamton, and can furnish his customers,
and the trade, with Teases the same prices that the
Company charge. for them in New York, which is,
at least, from, one to two shillings cheaper on each
pound than the Grocers sell at. And in every case
where these Teas do not give satisfaction the money
will be paid back for them.
Young Hysan, - good,
do. do. sweet cargo,
do.. do. fine cargo, 75
do. do. lave?) leaf, • 100
Silver Leaf—seldom sold even by large , dealers,
cause of the small profits Trade on its sale—is a
very superior Tea. . .
do. do. golden chop, 150
•Goidess Chop—This is the finest Green Tea cultiva
ted in China. It is of the first :pickings, and. ex
cels all other Green Teas for the delicacy of its
flavor, strength and arena. Heretofore this Tea
has'never reached this country except in small
lots to suit the purchaser.
Ilyson, fine, •
do. very fine,
do. extra fine,
do extra fine
Hyson Skin, good,
Ning Yong, strong and goods flavor, 374
Ning Yong—The grocers sell this at 50 cts. and
Oolong, a delicious Black Tea, - 50
Compare this superior Tea with that sold by grocers,
As being an Oolong. Tea The difference is too
plain ane the deception too palpable.
Oolonmilantaticm growth, ' 75
Eng:hreakfarit, fine, 50
db. do. extra fine, 63
Howqua's mix' tare, a rich and, highly,flavcired
Tea, . ' 75.
Pekceflower, 1 00
do: scented, 1 .
Ne Ms Ultra, 1. 50.
Are NUJ Ultra—This Tea is as fragrant and sweet
aa,a nosegay. It yields a perfume that istruly de
lightful. It is of garden growth, and superior to
my thing of the 'kind ever aoldin this country.
IT The above catalogue does not comprise all
L liitiefies contained in my anrortment. • I have
evey• variety imported, and every diode of quality,
=raw sun the most fastidious purchaser. The
alieti Tees are all done op in Chinese packages, in
"quantities 43 lb., 4 lb., and 11b. each.
We have tried the Teas imported by the Pekin
TarCompany,7s*and 7Z.Fulton street, and if we
live will try them Often. They are selling the moat
&Swim Teas ewe ever drank, and seta them at
wholesale prioes.-4iesiai Pest.
Yea maybe sure of -obtaking at all times pure
armili ade iel flavored Tee t 7. the single at
w pricakbf the Ram TeaCompan3r, 75 and
7 7' Waist. They hive Probably theaust o ck
ans4restast varl. of fine Grum and Black Task
of any ounastalment in the United finites. They
are lUog aline teuittesS,,n4 aro gwrt benefttto
nommen utteii..;—Atkii.:-,"' . ;
• ore It has been very &Mak indeed, tin
jogiSible, 'to obtain good Green latilliiik - Teas. But
lerou have only to visit the waVeYoooll_of the
Tea Company , TO sad 77 Falton'sf." - to - obtaia
ass - inus and fralpent tees as *iambi wish for
..41/11* - Bas. , • - • `• ::.. - .7-;•t•
word to Tea-driaerf t.—The Pekin TaiCom
Stillwater Canal bkdo
[ Bangor Com bk do
[ Westbrook bk do
'Citizens' bk do
Globe bk do
Washington co do
All solvent banks h dis
Bank of St Albans die
Bk Of Bennington dis
All solvent banks 4 die
iAll solvent banks 4 dis
All solvent banks CO
Baltimore banks # die
Patapsco hit dis
Mineral bank 1 dis
Far & Millhrs' bk Ha
Williamsport 3 dis
Cumbhrland I die
Franklin bank dis
Frederick co bit f dis
Broken bks various prices
Baltimore & Ohio. Ite- •
lief notes 10 dis
Bank of Delaware par
IWirn & Branyw'ne par
Farmers' bk Del par
Union bank par
Bank of Smyrna par
Under sss 4 dis
IDES. OF COLUMBIA.
Washington City dis
Far X: Mechanics' f dis
Alexandria . dis
Bk of Alexandria ,broke
Mechanics' bk broke
Franklin bank no sale
Merchants bank do
Ex bk & branches If dis
Bk of Va ebra'clts dis
Far bk &.b! 6s die
Valley bk b'ch If dis
1i beeline ' lal4 Ills
Wheeling p notes 14 dis
All solvent banks 2 dia.
Small notes 2& dis_ _
;All solvent banks dis
Small notes 2 dis
13k of St Mary's sa—.
Ocmulgee • do
Monroe R do
Phoenix bank . do
Exchange bank do
Chat R bank do
' Central bkof Mill do
Georgia B'kg co do
Rucker B'kg co do
r All solvent banks 2
All solvent banks 5a6 dis
Small notes 8 dis
Solvent bk notes
Bank of Illinois 70 dis
State bank 50 dis
4 2 die
All solvent banks
All solvent banks 21a3 dis
All solvent banks 1 jag dis
Southern Life & Trans
Pee mar y k , et Z c s imtl! ott 77 i rlil l togb.
of the !Fatima(
in the 0 leshal ET*
fancy patt*es that CI,
It iaa-prodlege to Amy -
went, and a !usury and
They fellgood teas mil ,
Sae prices. Country
to sell goixi T . eau -
Mir The above TEAS are for
- L. M. REI
Sole agent tar
Binghamton, mad 1847:
List of i!optilar
INE SALE j!!ir L. M.
0: keeps Conitimtly on )
of genuine DRUGS
PAINTS tic OILS,; DYE WOODS
GRGCERIES, FANCY ARTIC
of which Will be sold CHEAP
Sands' Salvaparilli $1 00
" salt rheum remedyl 00
Roman eye balsaxii 25!
Indian Nnacea • 200
Mcmunit'S elix of opi
um , 25
Phinney'i Pills 25 &37
Moffat's life pills 25 a 50
'do Phenix bitteis 1 00
Sherman'S med. loz's 25
do fever a ague do 1 00
do dinner losenges 1 50
do poor man's plas'r 12
do Olosaohian 1 00
Jayne's Expectorant 1 00
do hair tome. - 100
do tonic vermifuge 50
do carminative bale. 50
do sanative pills 25
Dalley's pain extrac
tor 50. a 1
Hay's liniment for
Washington elix. for
dysentary: &c. 100
Cooper's corn salie 25
Marr's corn salve 25'
Gridley's salt rheum
Rush's infallible, pills 12
Phelphs' tomato pills 25
do restorative bitter" 25
Miles' tomato pills 1 50
Falmestnch's v rm'ge 25
Cheeseman's Arabian I
balsam 50 &
Alebasi's black salve
do cough • , p
do pile pills •
do 'cathartic ills
bre7w plaste i
Fish's lily a
Dutch pills or
do worm tea
do catarrh an
do magnetic •
do hair regen
balm ' 1 00
Le Baum de Ninon
or French balm of
beauty - 501
Rapp's Indian plaster 25
Smith's sugar coated
,Wate l i
00' co 1
114 37 &1 50
do 1 50
do plaatera 75
do !mimetic fluid .1 00
Anstm'ai magical Hui..
ment 25 t 50
Brisk pills 25
Root's ringbone oint. so
Parr's life pills 25
for cure of piles 100
Moor's ess. of Life 40
Bristol's sarsaparilla 1 00
Scudder's acousticoill 40
Cooper's etberial oil 1 0
Gridley's salt rheum
German eye ointment 5
American eye salve 25
Italian cbeimc'l soap 1 00
Coral hair 'restora
tive 37, SO .& 1, 00
Amber tooth paste 25
Spanish lily white 37
Moorish hair dye 50
Erasive soap 1.5
Henrick's linger coat- '
do tonic bitters
do sciatic 'Sainte%
Brant's Indian medi•
With moray others
ber is Agent for it
-L been thorom b
now OPENED for
The Proprietor pie
comforts of his gw
and attended to, P
any other in the c
(morning and eve
New York &
Utica and Mont
town, Fort flak,.
OFFERS NEW , and
8p $ and
At prices thaticazort fia
and see them: -
Montrose,ll , 4ay 27, 1547.
OABH feidlor vial. Skins
I - I: 2 -Cos, in Hood'
all" r ed Plow*
S AVDTlikilat ,
MOM lala ' PO no
IV low teetilor tale al
l ll ? 4 W 1
,• FORD, •
a full allsort
8, &c. &c.—all
ri THE CHEAP-
own. la 5.0t75
a balm Of life ;. 50
' freckle wash 50
ties pills - 25
rnstrt's pills 12
Bedea 'a plasters - 25
lalby bitten; 75
Nerve a bone rhen
mati liniment 50a1 00
-WHY n's tromatic
a salve ' 37
n's eye-water 25
alsam of honey 12
is snuff 25
tr oil 50
let oil 50
1 Dr. F!
i • P 75
ipic cordial 37
4 iversal pills 25
's female pills 12
n's Scots pills 12
y's cordial 12
25 k. 50
1 Ictare 50
; fying snap 50
IN invisible ink 25
; I's pain extracCr 4..5
I . States pills 50
• an's rheumat
I. ' s summer
'ial 18 a 37
1- rhofra restara
-1 1 00
Opod •ldoci }null and
Edw , rd's salt rheum
ointment 1 50
Maii4ated cough candy 6
Whit4's salve 12
Gahttine capsules 25 a-50
Veg. pnlmon'y balsam 50
Bro . 's strengthen
ing plaster 37
Atwo 's canker drops 18
ao j undico bitters 37
do s inal elixir 37
Linn' temp-lifehitersl 00
do Hese blood pills2s
'lndi hair dye 50
Web ea sarsaparilla 75
do ilious pills 25
Onei tincture 25
Garg ing oil 50 a 1 00
:Oen is sarsa'plal 00
Ex. uchu a cubcbs 1 50
Pyri n hair dye 50
Dr. ibbard's anti
ious pills 12 & AO
'saber'. liniment 25
r's venxiifuge, or
es sugar coat
Pilis ern balm, for
ghs, &c. 1 OD
.. is pills 12
Iles acoustic oil 1 00
4 's acoustic oil 1 00
of lemon 18
sley's worm des-
. .g syrup -
• more's Ameri
. plaster 25
vegetable syrup 50
Ohm's remedy 1 00
. [l. veg. panaceal 00
..'s sarsaparilla S.
d cherry bitters 1. 00
;. truant '• ' 25
mai pills or soy.
'go balm 25
:hn's veg. litbee-
. tic mixture $l4 ' 00
oing's body 1 $lO
"s iodide of s
- .y.r2o 47 440
ie su bscri•
' the public.
r wan - nu and
Hotel, as at
For the east,
ain with the
'RY CHEAP lot of
u nit. rir Piwe cell
mud beef liides, by
: • B. BAY .1
&MO•• . •
&Molina - Buz by
a a a MEAL, for mile
teeeiiiing a herulsome lot of
000llq, • - - 5.
Cocker ek , Hardware,
Books Stationery, •
Thankful to friends for rat favors, ho hopes by
selling cheap to receive a liberal share of their pat
rOnage. Igr • • ollect, for CASH at least, he is not
Montrose, May 13, 1847.
NITANTED, Geese Feathers, Butter, Rags, Bees
wax, &b. &c. 1. LYONS.
May 13, 1847.
LARGE Fa ~ • y Bibles for lOs; also common and
pocket Bibles, Testaments, Geographies and
Atlases, Aritbmetics, Grammars, Philosophical and
Chemical Books; Cobb's, Saunders', and Town's
Spelling Book, Porter's Readers. A good assort
meat Of Toy Books and Tickets. Also,. the new
Hymn Books for the Presbyterian, and Baptist socie
ties. Methodist. Hymn Books,Elank Books &c. &es.
for sale by J. Lyons.
May 13, 1C47.
PATENT Pails, Brooms, Clothes Pins, Butter
Stamps and Latiles,•by J: Lyon's.
FINE 111 ittS
AT NEW YORK PRICES
ISAAC L. POST &, CO.,
HAVE made arrangements with the NEW YORK
PEKIN TEA COMPANY, for the sale of
TEAS in Moittrose, and can furnish their Customers
and the Tradti, with Teas at the same prices that the
Company chhrge for them. And in every .case
where these Teas do not give satisfaction, the money
will he paid ! back for them. The Young Hyson
Tea mentioned in this Catalogue, at 50 cts. is supe
rior to any thing sold in Montrose at 6.2; cents.
CATALOGUE OF TEAS
YOUNG ITYRON, good
do. do. sweet cargo. ...... -•-
do. do...fine cargo
do. do. silver leaf
Silver Leaf—r Seldom sold even by large dealers, be
cause of the very small profits made ou its sale.—
This is a very superior Tea.
do, do. golden chop..
Golden Choli . .--This is the finest Green Tea cultiva
ted in China. ft is of the first pickings, and ex
ecliall other Green Teas for its delicacy of flavor
strength and aroma. Heretofore this Tea has nev
er reached this country, except in small lots as
presents td importers,
do. vorV . fine...
IMPERIALI fine I
do. extra fine
HYSON SKIN, good..
NING YONOrt, strong and good f1av0r....... - 37
Ninr Yong -T-The grocers sell this at 50 cents and
'cal it Oolong. ,
OOLONG, iOricli Black. Tea 50
'Compare thi, superior Tea with that sold by gro
cers, as btiing an Oolnug . Tea. The difference is
too Fiala, and the deCeption too palpable.
OOLONG, plantation growth .. 75
ENGLISH EREAKFNST, fine 50
do. ' do. - extra fine....... 75
HONVQUA' ,. MIXTURE, a rich and highly
flavored a 75
NE PLUS T r iLTRA
..Ve Plus Ultra—This Tea is as fragrant and sweet as
a nose e ,sny r It yields a perfume that is truly de
is of garden growth, and superior to
any thing of the kind ever sold in this country.
We have itried the Teas imported by the Pekin
Tea Company, 75 & 77 Felton st. New York, and if
we live will try them often. They are selling the
most delicious teas we ever drank, and retail them
at wholesale prices.Eresing Post.
You maylbe sure, of obtaining at all times pure
and highly flavored teak, by the single pound at
wholesale prices, of the Pekin Tea Cobipany, 75 &
77 Fulton st. They lave probably the largest stock,
and greate4 variety of fine green and Wadi teas, of
- any one establishment in the United States. They
are doing n large bilsine.ss, and a great benefit to
consumers uf tea.—Atlas.
Heretofoke it bas beeu very difficult; indeed im
possible, td always obtain good green and black teas.
But now you have only to visit the ware-rooms of
the Pekin Tea Company, 75 & 77 Fulton street, to
obtain as 4elicious and fragrinit teas as you can wish
A Wont) TO TEA DP-INX Lll3.—Tlie Pekin Tea
Company &77 Fulton st, have imported into
this market some five thousand. dollars worth of the
finest Fades of Green and• Black Teas, grown in the
'Celestial Empire, done up in the various fancy pack
ages that Chinese ingenuity can invent. They sell
good teas only, and retail them at wholesalerices.
Country merchants who wish to 'always sell good
teas can a4icays obtain Them at this place, on rea
The above Teas are for sale by
I. L. POST & CO.,
Sole Agents for Susquehanna Ca
N i k‘i...AA . Ali %. 1114%
F - B. CHANDLER & CO. are now re
. ceiiing a lar g e and well selected addi
tion to their stock of Goods , to 'which they
would nvite the attention Of purchasers.
The r stock is now quite large, and they
are determined that for Cash, Barter, or on
approve credit, they will sell at least as
low as a y establishment in theicounty.
Mon ose May 17, 1E47.
ICAN, French and English Cloths
Cassimeres, Satins and fancy Vest
sale by Chandler & Co.
CLO MEI% of the large kind, for sale by
Mor)• .ae, May 27, 1847. CI haler &Co.
PRIN S, a good assortment, American
and English. Veay cheap.
•Cbandler & Co.
CIIJMMER . Stuffs. Tweeds Drills'', Bro
0 Lima dce. - C. & CO.
AMS, Lawns, DeLanes, and other
,ss Goods C. & Co.
'iI'INGS, Bro. and - Bleached. A
Ity at Chandler & Co's.
lORN and Straw Bar nets, plain
fancy braid. Ribbons, Flowers,
04u:idler & Co.
QUPE 10Ie Axes, warranted, for sale cheap, by
1.7 the xor single, by F. 1 11, Chandler & Co.
Apra' th, 1847.
OR E R IFS,. alood -. Among the
the best axd c at ea add 74}.
balm • town. - h er & Co.
nk • LS aml Shad aat
r r - • - '7? - • , handler 4Co
E, Iron, ails --
.11. 4 '9), . i handler driVog, .
To be bought-
AT I. L, & CO.'S.
FLOUR, SOLE LEATHER, cheap,
WHITE LEAD, cheap, DRUGS, a
small lot very cheap, N. ORLEANS
SYRUP MOLASSES, SUGAR,.
COFFEE, .TEAS, Tapioca Seeded
RAISINS, - FISH, IRON, NAILS,
STEEL,, good stock, SUMMER
STUFFS, large variety and cheap,
BROADCLOTHS .and KERSE YS,
- very low price, HARNESS TRIM-
MINGS, a large stock, PORK by the
barrel, in '
short, .the largest and best
STOCK of GOODS we have ever of
fered, at prices to Oa
CASH PAT') FOR WOOL !
• - ISAAC L. POST & co. •
June 10, 1847.
IL. POST & CO. nre also SOLE AGENTS of
• the New York PEKIN TEA COMPANY for
Susquehanna County. IV” See advertisement
NEW STYLE GENT'S HATS.
SPRIG .FISRION FOR 1347.
CROWN -7} inches high, 5-16 yeoman, i belret
at sides 1-16 frond and rear, curve. TIP t
oval, Bat. ieehes wide, front and rear.
and 1 9-16 at sides. BIS to sc--4 of an inch wide.
The above new style, introduced in New York on
Saturday, March 6th, by Beebe- & Costar,. are now
ready and for sale.by
Nril 11. MERRILL & ROOT.
A T the ARCADE, five hundred weight of OLD
INDIA RUBBER, for which the highest price
will be paid. J. ETHRIDGE.
June 3, 1347.
Wool. ! fPo-01 . !
20,000.011 f. . WOOL wanted:
L at L t iL l=re
D APER !--.Gunil WRITING , PAPER at 12 1-2
cts:, and LETTER PAPER. tier 10 cts.- per
Quire, thr sale by .1. - LYONS.'
• STOVES !
OF a variety of patterns, just received, and for
bale ‘ery cheap by CHANDLER & Co.'
June 1, 1247.
I.:PERFINE than- fnr sale by
April 1347. Chandler & Co
WAISTS. Oil S, LIME, PLASTER. PLOWS &
CASTINGS, Sz.c. Sz.e.-by B. SAYE.
ma . y 1847.,
VP NETS.—A choke selection—beautiful styles
LP—Linen Edges. Best assortment in town at
NEW GOODS, &CHEAP.
HE subscribers sic receiving a well selected
JL stock of NEW GOODS, which will make
their assortment very complete, and they are deter
mined to sell on terns that will be satitfactory to
U. BURROWS & CO.
Gibson, June 8, 18.01.
1 , ..)0
4 . 3 PIECES Moussvline De Laines, handsome
A fid . o patterns, is 2d to 2s 3sl per cars, at
U. Be Rlitiws &
Cash paid for IV°01!
50;000 pounds of WOOL want.
ed at the Hat Store one
door above Sear lintel, for which the
highest price will be paid by
June 9th 1547. , Merril & Root.
Any hind of Fur, Brush, Mole Skin,
Lig.horn, Palm Leal, Sporting and Wool
Hats, also :Men land,. Boys' Cloth;
Silk and Cot. glazed and Velvet Caps, also
Children's caps selling cheap by
June '47. M. & Root.
M O C l.S fi Sr a li t t 2 a ,
t O , (l , p l , o r t 0r7.1
July 8, 1847. J. LI ()NS
141‘ 1 Vii m fl ielk cSIZI
vsaic IN \‘'.L.l. '4 4IL,
AGAIN.—The sobs, rdier is now receiving his
stock of new SUMMER GOODS, comprising
a large and splendid assortment of the
ever offered in this market. The ten per cent sy s
tern outdone by cheaper rates at
J. 13 SALISBURY'S.
NLICO from 6d th Is fast colors and elegant
IL/ patterns, just arrived—Call and see them—go
A - LARGE supply and VERY cheap—Bonnet
Trimmings, Parasols & Parasolettes just arriv
ed at Salisbury's.
AVARIETY of styles and cheap at
July, 1847. . Salisbury's
THE LARGEST and CHEAPEST stock of Su
gars in this county just received at
Jnly, J847.' Salisburv's.
elegant assortment, just arrived, and cheap
at ' Salisbury's:
.10,ILK *l7; Satin tripe, plaid and plain ,Alpaca's
1.7 at great y reduced prices, at SalislAry's ,
ANTE Dto engage 3,00)1) Yds of FLANNEL
to be delivered by the let day of October
LOAF and crushed SUGARB at only ls Or lb
Cash, at I . Salisbury's.
I . .
GINGHAM & GINGHAM •
LAWNS, just arrived, and s very low at
FRENCH,; Endiiiit, • and Domestic BroadelOths
X . remarkably illiv id ' Salisbury*
• ;.. ~ CASS ERES. •
MIIREiCH,IEngIisi and American fancy
•,1: Cassi just anii•ed. 'and low at - ' I
`.‘ July, 1 847 i , Salislinuys.
4LOHR & PORK,
-Et - . ,
i)R SA ati • • - - • plEsbanos• •
.11.: ' Ray 111, 1847; - , ,
New ,Goode - t
T HE su ribent have received; their Usual wel l !
selecstock of 'GOODS suitable to the semi
son, which •I be sold at prices to , wit this tithes far
CASH DR READY' !PAT!
Their assortment comprises alrhost es 4 ery articl i p
the People want in way of DRY aooos such as
. i SATINETS, '
1 CASSIATERES,' . '
TWEEDS, 4-c. 4-c.: ; •
And lots of summer stuffs for boys and childrenls
wear, &c. - 1 Among their
.. •1' CROCKERY ! . •
Are some 0 the newest patterns.
I HARDWARE r •
Too numerous to mention. In addition bey have 1:t
choie lot 0 1 .
Such as SUGAR, MOLASSES, SP.f-
CES, FISH, 4-c. 4-c.
A!.l of which will be ezcbangedifur ,
WOOLBeeswax, Feathers, Buxtctr.
1 Eggs, Towtloth, and all kinds
of GRAIN( R. SEARLE & CO.
Montrose, June 10, 1847.
FIE Delaware M. S. Insurance Company, Phila
delphia, have authorized the Undersigned to efrece:ln
surances on BRildings, Merelntudize, and other pipp
ertv, against damage or loss by fire.
The Inimense resources of the company, and their
,idherence to fair and honorable principles in :the
tratisactidn of all their business, entitle them to the
confidence of the public as a cafe means of lima
e. F. LUSK, A.geut.
Mmiti-Ose, Jim,. 16. 1846.
THE il'uhlisher of the People's Advocate, hav
iug the use of WI entirely new and inodent as
sortmentof .108 TYPE, are now prepared to execute,
and sutisfactory stvle, - all kinds of
.!? to suit the times.
P BILL HEAD S ,
CAIRDS, . CATALOGUES,
NDBILLS, I BLANKS, &111%
Printed ion short notice, and in the hest style of the
share . of the People's patronage is respect
July , 1846. '
P I N N- E R
IN onneteion with the fidlowing certificate
wire handed to us the testimonials of
several highly respectable ladies, who have
used I the Domestic Horizontal Spinning
Whel i and who concur in saying substan
tially, that they can spin with it seven or
eight run, (or about four day's wall) . per
diem, with as mud: ease as they cad per
lbrm ,an ordinary day's workl, with a com
mon .wheel. The inference is irresistable; .
that it will hereafter be more iprofitabie for
the fanner who manufactures his wool; with
this machine to have in his employ at the
same cost fir labor, one girl, than jouyi girls
with the common stand-and-spih.wheas: 7 —
The undersigned, citizens of Montrose,
Inme witnessed with much _satisfaction the
operation of a novel machine denumioated
the " pumestic Horizontal Spinni ng,-wbeel;"
lately invented by Hiram F. 'Wheeler of
Springville, in this county. It appears to
us to•be a valuable improvement , in view of
the ease with which it is used and the
pidity with which it executes. We !doubt
not that our Farmers generally; with all
who." toil and spil l " will approve it too.
Montrose, Susqa co. Pa.
' Cul. Franklin . Lusk,l•
Hon. Wm. Jessup, ••
Gen. D. b. Warner,!
Thos. Johnson, -
• Hon. M: C. Tyler,
S. S. Mulford,.
Henry J. Webb, P. M.
J. B. Solis!miry, •
Walter Follet, Treatirer.
J. W. Myers,
E. Patrick, Jr., lvt D.
Daniel Searle, •
Wm. J. u I ford,
Wm. J. 'Turrell,
Issue L. PO,
Geo. V. Bentley,
Win. L: Post, • .
• • Rev. John Long.
Lir Rights will be sold on the Most reas
onable terms to those who.'iviSh to make the
wheels, or purchase Verritoq to eelli a!alti
in atirof the United States (except
Those wishing to engage in a, husincls both
pleasant and prOfitable will please call'on
the subscribers in Springville Susquehanna
H. F. WHERLER, Patentee:
J. SMITH, Jr., Ageht.
springville, April 8, Off.
,_ Mr • `l---`--' .11
• Cu' r - IZTi:?;it.,---4.": ,
. we.; 'i . ..r y .. 4 .ff.ftt l -t.gorNallille . '
1 LIVERY S TABLE;
111.0`1 T.lt 0 . S.
Tm undersigned, having (
established a I , 4VERY
(STABLE at Gep. D. D. NVarnoes, in MOntrime,
is prepared to accotiainodatel the ; public vt ith fast
and , gentle i
• , Horses; 'and Carriages I
of ev ry description,on reasonable terms. . .
_parties w ill be ftirnished: with o and
four rse Carriages, and earteful Drivers, - n short
I 1 :
notic •. 1 . I
Be "evldg.lbat a LIVERY STABLE of c s l. 'hor
ses carriages will be a greatencomia iron, encom don, to
the them of - Montrose and the &lite, if tie
able the proprietor, he reripehtililly • ablui the
Pa '"e of tbe riding publitt. `,,• ,
' _ .D. M. 6*m ori. -
11Ontrose, July 2c.. 1847.--6111tf . ,
'Scott , 9 - Ganattut•Altrat -
-rN offering this to the public, e
_proprietor is oat
flnenced by nosinister motive; ,it mere desire that\
all mankind may havethe beirefitOf e Vemedy late&
hi s s kim circle of frit ads have only- ad opportunity \
heretofore of enjoying, induces him to ,enter dui
arena of competition with the thottsanda. But itq
superior and well proved efficacy in all cases of re 4
Colt burns, scalds or Woruida,asOloi irirheurnatismi
chapped hands, and old ulcers o r indolent tumors; -
ought to be known, and its general use wilitertaire,
ly make it the• every day companion of the nursery .
where casualties are so frequent'. . .
•Fro l n numerous certificates poisession, the!
proprietor offers the following: •
This may certify that I have used kir. BCott's Bail!
ative Cerate, and believe itan invaluable cure for
bruises, bums, sores, - P
New Milford, March 12, 184%. 11
This may certify that we have used Iv Scott's Slur
ative Cerate, and we know it to be a valuable rem.
eilv for scaldi or burns, and thefefore• ycoq
tribute our testimony in its favdr. , ,,
L.EANOR LINES, 'IINVIE WARNER,
S. C: fIANDEN.
FraidthroSusq. co. Pa Feb2:26, 1847.
This is to certify that have have used Scott' Cerate,
and find it the most efficticiousirenirdy for burns, or
chappped bands or lips, that 1 have ever used, and
recommend it told! those wholomy be thus afflicted,
. New Milford, Jane 17, 18;171.
; . •1.
Mu. L. Scott—Sir: I have had ample opporttltn ,
y of testing the virtre of your Curate, and hate
ound it a most valuable remedy',
L. W. BINOHAM, M. D.
New Milford, May, 17347. '
The Cerate is ,put up in large and substan al
tin boxes, and for sale wbolklsale and retail by e
subscriber at his residence iu .New bfi,ilfurd , Susqne
hanna county, Pa. Price 37.1 eta.
' LUCIEN SCOTT]
Ako'for sale by the following agents: N. Mitch
el. Co. and J. Ethridge, IgOntrose: Weaver E•rp's
& Co. New :Wilford :. N. Cadon:ll,- Great Bend. tltr.
NEVER . DESPAIR
July 26, 184
TO THE PUBLlC.—leertily that before my ire
meinbrance 1 became afflicted•with what the Phy
sieians call Scrofula. It made its first appearshco
by pain and swelling of the joints—more especially
of my ankles. knees, wrists aid elbows, after wijich
the.glands of my throat, and 'neck became inflamed
and swelled, attended With ;the most exoruciating
pain. I was often confined entirely to my bed, iind•
tbr weeks together could not turn m,y peck orany
head. Several physicians attended m at &ut •
times, butthey did not appear to dame any gold.
About a year ago I Was attacked wi h vomitmg„
-which continued every. few !minutes all one eight.
The next day an eruption appeared on the sides •of
my neck, w,hich soon sprad all oy my nrck,
head and face, NYith itiflaniMation of y eyes and
eye-lids, Which destroyed my eye.lashes endeared .
the heir to fall otf iny.head, and - soon the disease
spread all over me—my limbs were ou entire scab.
Some of my finger-naihr came oft' In short liwas
unable to„get my own living, and iu thi condition I.
_called upon Dr. Jane, in order that he ight
-take my case. die, directed -me to tak his al ra
tive three times a day; and his Snnativ. Pills es ul--
•ten as I should find it necessary. hay pow taken.
his Alterative four; montleci and aila in° t happy tb
say that it has entirely, cured Inc.i I
Caroline Newl erry. --•‘"
1111,NortlelOth St. Phi adelphla.
If any person doubts ujy ,stateme.n , they
please call on Mrs. D. 'Ste*art nail M .E. Dough
ty. 332 Spring Garden street; or lon 1 rs. , Tabour,
where I reside, who, are aequainted w th my Shun
tion before and whlbi I wa4 taking Dr. ayne'S
Prepared only by, Dr. D.tJayne, Phil elphia, and .
sold on agency by N. MITCHEL & Cu. Druggists,
Montrose. i •
CURES! CURFIS . CCURES! are , c
ins performed by Ur. JauYne'i
Mrs. Sabre. wife of Capt.' l .litha Daub.
Court No - . S. Phaddelphia, had ave
soreness of the breast' anti; side, sore
habit, lowness of l;pirits, ‘lith w s eakne
the alma of the .baclr. Spitting of b
complaint has been eatirt4ly cured b
Jayne's Sanative fills, Alterative and
From the Great FaIIS, (N. H.) Nort ern Light.,
rO . 'lt is with pleasure that we give•place to the
following letters, from Mr. Ira Hock - as, of tram
worth, who wus itilpposato be past ct re of alCon
stimptioti. but was restor4d tolealth v the use of
Dr. Jayne's Expectorant... We can s ak with con
fidence of &his mttilicine; sawcltuow o many pf our
friends who have bean greatly benefit dby it.
Tkmwortb, AT. 11., De . 10. 100.
Dear Sir—l feel it myduty to ma e knoism to
you, for the benefit of the public, the id Freleived
from the use of a bottle of Doct. Jay e's Expecto
rant, which I puraased 6f yon. bh d been sick
between five and six Months, caused b the lung te
ter, which left me in u.very low a to of healt ..
with a very bad kough, idid for about three nionths.
I could only speak in a ?whisper My fried& all
thought me to he ih a deOine. .My physiciah said.
he had done all for me bp could,• About thii time
I fortuuately F w .adveitised in the papers, Dr.
Jayne's Expectermt, for! sole by you. I iminedi
ately petit to youi for .a bottle, and iu two days after
using I begad toifeel better—in about ten days I re
covered my vnicP and co rid spetik tolerably *Al—
and, before uton4 , the while battle I was nearly as n
well as ever. gy healtbils now good. I attribute
my cure solely di Dr. Jayine's medicine.
- Ira Huck4us.
e. Esq., Great Falls, N. H. '
by Dr. D. Jayne, Philadelpfda, and
N..IILITCHEL & CO., Druggists,
To Mark Nobi ,
sold on agency.
and S , oU & Co's
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For any one of%
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tinlliraii baying bee lately eet off
aty kcotrnag, nail the County
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I e. Lauds kif the eabseciber, iteoffers
tot. and lauds adjoining, beT
body, *Well be-will sell to suit
• is Rod limber plenty. ,
fIEWth ZANER;Cherry town- 1
only, of MICHAEL. MOE ET, "I
County to make - the ueoefuis4 stir
.bieribit,,Nevi Milford, Ehisqtto•
etitislyyspia •". ' I
• S. MEYLERT,
ship, Stalivsz C
at present jn sai ,
veys, or of the
hams County; '
r September 16 1
:lioni al* atiaitati Shawls,jo , t '
r j l er,m 6116117 111.
July - 1847.
ind pin in
1 and liver