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obert BISCh, D. M. liremm.
1141 —Be K nj
—Benjamin 'Mill, Benjamin'
n and Monroe—B. S. Schoon-
A. Luebenbach,loseph Pm
l an d—George A. Frick. 1. ,
a coup—Thomas S. Fernon,
irbraham Olwine, Thomas K.
them S. Hallowell, John K.
and Vansarit,,F. E. Downs.
1 a city. Thomas C. Steel, O.
lento,' W. Roberts, John H.
.George Boyer, Alexander W
0 plt ,
H. Hart, S
cSornerst-4. - 1. Shiezataa.
Susquehanna and Wyonting—Stimnel Tag
gart,,ltchert it. Little.
Ti oga —lVaihaniel A. Elliott.
W ar ren, and Elk--Alonzo
Wushingtop--Thomas Watson, Jacob
Ware an Pike--Pope Bushnell.
WestniOrel nd--John Fausold, Harrison
P. Laird; John F. M'Culloch.
York—Thames Grove, David F. Wil
liams; Geo. F/ Carl.
Whigs in italic.
THE FOLLI WING EXTRACTS from letters,
show that Dr. Jayne's Medicines are universally es
teemed.' • ,
Dyer & Co., Middletown, Conn., RlY —Will ru
please to send Us some-more of your Sanative Pills,
as we are out. Please send them as aeon as you can,
as they *min great demand.
DK - E. De Witt, Elmyria, Ohio, says--Your Ex
pectorant stands, high in the esteem of all who have
used it. • Indeed the game may be said of all your
Medicines left with me, so far as they have come in
• Dr.-De Witt is a physician of high standing in Lo
Smith Ti Price, Ashland. Ohio, says, May 3, 8145.
—The Expectorant and Vermiftige is now sellingve
ry Vag, • The Pills are all sold. I want a new tap
ply of all your urticles.
• Wm. Mclntai, Beverly, Ohio, March,.lB4s, 4iya
-*Your Medicines so far have proven exellentreme
dies for the diseases they are recommended for. The
Sanative Pills and Yermifuge in particular. e
Ellis Mirabelli, Eaton, Ohio. Dec. '2'2, 1845, says.--
Your Sanative Pills are an excellent family Medi
cine. The Carminiative Balsam sells well. The
Ague Pills I think a good article.
- Thompson Graham. Mercer. Pa., says-Yonr Med
icines are hig,hlY valued here by all who have used
Dr. John G. Schmidt, Woodstock, Va., says—You
wilrplene trend me some more of your Expectorant
Year valnatile medines are selling well, particular
ly the Expectorant and Sanative Pills.
Mn C. C. Wick. Wayne, Ohio, says—Your Pills
and Vermifuge are giving good satisfaction and .are
doing wonders here.
Prepared only by Dr. D. Jayne, Philadelphia, and
so ld on agency liv N. MITCHEL & Co., Druggists.
NEW VORK 111ARKE
GoitttiXTED NVEEKLI fOR THE. PEOPLE'. ADVOCATE
Wheat 'Hour, pe barrel
(torn meal Ida
Wbent, per bushel
Corn do '
Barley, do 0,00. 'a 0,55
(Jets.' do 0,45 ( a 0,50
Butter per lb.,(krange co. 0,20 0 0.22
do western dairy, ' 0,12 re 6,14
Cheese. per lb. 1 • 0,06- ' 0,08
Beef, per barrel 4 mess, -11,00 011,75
do , prime, 13,50' 0 9,25
Pork, per barrel, mess, 14,75 0 ,
' do prime, 12,50 013.00
Laid. per lb. ' . 0;1040 0.11
}lams perlb. smoked ' 0,07 0 0.09
American wool, per lb. amen 0,35 0 0,37}
- do 1 full blood Merino, 0,34 0 0,38
do ' 4 & } M erim) - ".. 0,29 0 0,34
do ustive 4. i Merino 0,26 0 0,29
In Sash, Oct- 24. by the Rev. H. H. Gray, Mr.
Josue Hoatox, of Rome, Bradford co., to Mira
MARY Luso, of be fort,ner place.
V I N IA JN% f t l i% A 71.1
Nat door to the brick corner building,
TO OVERFLOWING with the
largest, cheapest, and best as
sortment of DRUGS it MED.
WINES ever bniught into Sus
tehanna County. To all in want
any article in our line, we
mold, say call and examine our
goods and prices, and you will be
satisfied that you veal do.thfl . as
4 7 other establishment this side
N. MITCHELL 6r. CO.
•I[ootrose, November, 1847.
CI_fLOCEItIES, Fruits, and spices; of all
tinning almost for con : by
-Wt.''' 1 N. M. to.
• tirl 1.-
HARDWARE, Nails, Cutlery, plass,
Stone Wooden' Ware, by
N. M. & to.
• ' White and Red Lead,
. ,it Labarge, Lamplitack,
Yellow Ochre, Venitian Red, Spanisb
llama, ahrdme Yellow, Rose - Piuk, hope=
riat : Movone, Patin & Verdegris iGreens, ir,
ikPilAnr kio s, at prices which will suit, 1#
N. 'M . . & da.
Limed, • Elephant,'"'• -Sperm,
i.,Taimer'e, Caster &:
quantity,. at N. M. & C074..r
OILS a jo an,
Inet Onrienete, Flans
Violin & Viulincello
ire.' N. M. & Co. ,
~" ~'~iL~ :#DYEBT~SEDt'EIi~9....r_-
BEE I E itCOSTT
FALLL •a‘willOC yet no—s.
WEST S DE OF PUBLIC AVENUE.
HE Cub • Aba i r' would respectfully
the &tie titini of their friends and the
'pet), c genere
.Iy, to their askant and fish
inns hie apsortiment of -
0' Fi b
ir than ewer -
, d illen's & Boys Cloth, Silk
4 .F7- 1 " Velvet, Velveteen, Silk Ve)-
„ ee ls/Ik, Gla ed, Plush, Cot. Glazed, wors
ted,c,silet & r hildretes Caps, just going
A ,SMALLJ lot of Gents. Silk Cape--very
IS- nice at 'M. .& R'e.
DC,07.,. French Mohair CAPS, of
diffemnt pattern, and various-colors
that will be sold cheaper than the cheapest,
'M. & R.
DOZ. cord end Nat. Lynx, Chin
11,011w China, Coon, Genett, Coney, Wolf
•& Fitch M F FS—Squirrel Boas La
dies' Wilton Brussels Travelling Boggs,
that Will be sold cheaper than will be sold at
shy Other stoie -or shop in town. BeOne
you purchnse •Isewhere call at M. &. R's.
NEW ALL GOODS. •
fillciE subscribers have received their
Ja- Isplendidistock of
CAW, f lAis&s°
which they invite the Public to call and ex
amine. We'datt and da sell better Goods at
lower rates thti the majority of the trading
class. We ha our usual supply of
DRY GOODS ,
„ Iti t ßtlit'' Tim tia
Also, some I
offered at a s
Maio— WANTED, in particular, any quan
ty of pats, Corn, Rye and Wheat.
exchange Or Goods or Cash at our store.
R. SEARLE & CO.
$6,25 (a) 6,75
1,25 fa 1.50
,80 e 0,90
,00 e ,75
T OWNSE D'S Sarsaparilla, 'cheap at
Lt. Post's & Co.
SHINGLE and Lumber at
Post. & Co's.
GOODS of almost any description to be
VI found at 1. L. Post's &'Cp., at prices
law as can be bought.
MMERINO, Plaids, Silks i Delaines,
Paratatins, Satins—a ver . t . large stock
Poet's' & Co.'
cches, Spooot, Trim
Chides, Bosom r joisie
',Bead Slides &Vas:
of Jewelry how
deal lower thoo it has
here. IC M it Co:
Fepairing done u
=ober, sad Ai short
- MAC. Co,
and; Mau. Oictieii*
rainy, Shovel; Piling
tubsie Wards; ig4-
1 4- Ca;
MERRILL & ROOT
I et. 1847.
,e Nutria, French, Moleskin,
& Brush Hats,selling cheap-
113,0(MErr 9 which are
iall advance on city prices, in
41 kinds of truck that any
Nov. 3, 1847
!nice and cheap—in ,
Poit's & Co.
Jple get. ..ny 1,.
we have heretofore received
business, and would inform
, ave, fitted up a new and
.'r at the west door of 1. N.
inet "Ware establishment, two
.., S. Wilson's Store, and lip:
. - & Co's Store. Please Mill
bap,py to wait upon you 110 a
we have , been able to do
chime one fineroom express
lea to eat Oysters and Pic
lso, we have' a new and
a Toys, of all kinds, to
t that ever was in:Montrose,
"sold cheap. !
rks, Reek Candies, fit.
ujube Paste, i i
arty kinds, fresh from Nisi
t sdpply of 1
tries; Flips, Primies. Ballo
w'', &e., PIES,
!.k. MINTS, APPES, &A
-bread, Cakes, Crackers; Itri
eese, constantly on land.
, 'BALDWIN . & BACOII4
`Tor. 4, 1847. ' - !
our line of
diem that we
oft the t ff
doors 'leen of
Posite I. L. P
and we will
bawl style th
ly for i the La
did style of c
whieb - will be
11, good ii
rio -; and 0 ,
... a nd 0
• HANNA ACADEMY.
ylthe Ist da7 of Dec- aext,
fA. 3. BUEL Geadaata from Mid-
IN. Y. . .
• saw, '
7 1 11 E winter •1
•A. o n Wean
Her the F e
II Per Quarter. t
P 91164graPhy,Rodbmits of 1
ography, and English Gram- .i
famous, Cheinisny, Flaw
. Logic, an d Rhetoric - 3100.
, Grammy, &Ausronatni, 44 00
C , Ind french St 00
the - 13cd.. s ' , . ;.'
M. JESSUP, Pressnew.
hilositnini, N . 2 Igo , • i •
-Int l * Granular
Algebra, Bury ;
I..ittin and Gree'
i By order'
E s , 111002.0 fiIEOZO•
ht a oil boa • ' , lam; ilia 70
Lesiher, Calf Skins; Ak:P,
Harness Lathan' -
.4e9 1 , 1 0 111 1 1 •
jai or rim
Ti 4r , 01110EIL: .
.;1 1 ( pa sorb imaasii k 44
, a . .rny,smme m a,
Ikti Hides sad; I WO& Dios klial
eactssap - be the 46,4 shiliel!
.41.• 41$ 11(11C
1 '044 11141—flPTS •
- • l• tr -•
Air tuaot7 ,ll mit
? oz gar ,
I t it rir
'Au"nT =S. , •
• ,• _ „
ITT 10 7- 'IGOODI4 1- : .
7 `= 4
sabscribni oars -the tat asiortt
ment - of.o9ollothis fall to his cue.
toiners that he has'_ ever brought into this
village, consisting usual a lmost eery
thing 142'064:n0nd fcit., - addition, be has
added a good assortment of Carpenters` 41r.
Joiners' Tools, all of which will be bold ve
ry-cheap for ready.pay.
Oct:2B, 1847. 11ENJ. SAYRE.
-SAVE YOUR ASHES.
$0,14 vir g i tltl b :ilyse afd as it h =s for t
soon by B. Sayre.
Oct. 26, '47. ,
L.EATIIER—a good assortment kept
- 1 . 0 - 4 constantly on hand by B. Sayre.
Boots 4. Shoes,
ASPENDID assortment for men women
and children. of all sizes and descrip
tions, By B, Sayre.
GRE AT variety of Cook ; Stoves, also
Kfor parlor, shop and school-houses; &c.,
both for burning wood and coal. Persons
wishing to purchase will do well to call and
see his assortment before purchasing els
where. B. Sayre.
MILL and Croas.cut SAWS, 'by
PAINTS and Oil—Lamp and Sweet Oil
by , B. Sayre.
BUFFALO Robes ana Muffs, &c.., by i
'ArI_ASH paid for beef hides, sheep pelts,
`Li - veal skins, &c. B. Sayre.
WANTED—Wheat, Oats & Flax-seed
• for which part cash will be paid if
brought soou, by B. Sayre.
PLOW casting:l%f all descriptions--tdso,
sleigh shoes, wagon boxes, fire dogs,
large kettles, dm., by B. Sayre.
Cask for Pelts.
lis 000 PELTS wanted at the
cheap HAT and CAP
Store (one door south of R. Searle & Co's
Store,) for which the highest price will be
paid in cUsh, by Merrill & Root.
Montrose, Oct. '47.
N. B. 'Those who want a HAT or
CAP will do well to call and examine 'our
large stoak of Fashionable
RATS &. CAPS.
M. dti R. sic notonly - determined/fa sell
as Cheap, but CH E APER than 'My/kith
er establishment in this county, or any oth
er county west of Nesv-irofk. Give us a Call
and satisfy yourselves.
Ckaambers' Mice Hasty
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Register's Office, Montrose,
October 14, 1847.
SU4AMkNDER, FIRE ANDTHIEF'
FIRE-PROOF DOORS for BANKS and STORES,
SEAL and LETTER-COPYING PRESSEa, PA
TENT SLATE-LINED REFRIGERATORS,
WATER FILTERS, patent portable WATER
CLOSETS, intended for the SICK and INFIRSL
EVANS k WATSON,
76 SOUTH THIRD STREET,.
(orrosyre THE PHILADELPHIA Excuasan s )
I'iIiANUFACTIIIIE and keep constantly on hand,
..L.Tvi a large assortment of, the above artic es, to
gether with their Patent'' Improved—Sal der
FIRE—'PROOF SAFES, which are so constru ted as
to set at rest all manner of doubt as to their being
strictly firelsroof, andthat they will resist t e fire
of any building. The outside cases of these, Safes
are made of boiler iron, theinside case of soapstone,
and between the outer case and inner case Ist/ space
of scumathreeissehes thick, and is filled in With in
destructiblematierial, so as to make it an impassibil
ity to buns any of the contents inside of this Chest
These Soapstone Salamanders we are preps* and
do challenge the world to produce any artml in the
shape of look Safes that will stand as - mile heat. i ,
and we hold ourselves ready at all times have
them fairly tested by public bonfire. - We con
tinue to manufacture a large assortment of 0 r Pre
mium Air-tight Fire-proof Safes, of which there are
over 800 now in use, and in every instance th• have
given entire 'satisfaction to the purchasers—of Inch
we will refer the public to a Yew gentleme who
have them in use.
Haywood ...t . Sityder, Pottsville; Joseph G 4 Law
ton, Pottsville; Mr. William Carr, Dillestoofn. Pa.
,N. & G. Taylor, 129 north 3d st.:' A. Wright &
Nephew, Vino at. wharf; Alexander Caror, l Con
veyancer, corner of Filbert. and 9th sts.; Jo M..
Ford, 32 north 2d st,: Myers . lush. 20 north 3d st.;
James M. Pout 101 south 4th at.; Dr. David a ,
8 south 33 at.; Matthew T. Miller, 20 south at.;
and we could name some hundreds of of if it
was necessary. Now weiavite the attention of the
Nib*, and parSculaily those in want of tire -proof
Safes, to call at our - store before purchasing else
where, and we can Satisfy them thin they cab get a
better and cheaper . article at our store than tat any
other establishment/a the city.
We also manufacture the ordinary Fire! Proo
Chests, at very low prices, cheaperthan they Can be
bought any other atom it/Philadelphia. !
; , .
3 D O A H V A ID N
s E g V s AL N N I, S,
Aug. 24, 11347—.62.0.
THE FALL STOCK i
OF GOOOS I . jest
Receiving at I. L. POST a& Ott:PS
irs worth looking at. We din and will sell , !oods
j. as cheap as they can be found west of Ne York
City. Alarm stock of , . , -
Cloths, .Cassimers and Vesiings. 26 pie
ces Ginghams—do. Delains and Plaids—
do. Striped and, Plain- Alpaccaa. Cash
meres, Silks and Merinos, of .beautifid col-.
ors. Bonnet Velvets and Satins.: Flowers,
Hibernia Fringes, Gimps, and Bunting.—
Cloaking*, for ladies. Linen and Muslin
Edgings, the best stock in the county.. ,
Glories and Hosiery. Children's knit pa l *.
A large stock of . -
• . Warr ff. .GIOODS. 1
Worited t'ollars,.very nice patterns. 'Buf
falo Robes, Ladies' Muffs, Ladies'. arpet
Travelling Bags. Shawls of every v riety.
i s latge stock of: .
BOOTS & 5 1 6,,,., , SHOE.
BOOTS 'dc aim
As neat astock . -of cRocK4-
Rl' as can be foind. HARDWARE Of
nearly all kindi i im a mill-sows to a..
let.. GROCER II ,gas usual, .. , and
cheep. Iron,. Sprinet-soel, . Nadi,. : arse
Shoes. ;Dye-Spiffsi situ Drugs, .ve i., sp.
LarnpOila:good itt 'low' prices. ! a king
Glasses the lartesit lot in Wien. • A large
Badiireisiaist itvga .
ia .., t i
Ciitiagefatte, OilCietb'C6Sls .
A 3l ;l'l =o 4 everrhiegdednible, aglow •„ ‘A ~
We confidend believe we can salt' at -w 7 yid
GOOD at low priees. . -' • '
INDIETILT MBAS .
Haw waltitifit a vernal in ;the Tea Tod ban
Thentdne eau oalY Ike saw at POST: . zi
whichare tearraeged t".begoott. sad to re lentil
Atist am ik4 1, 4 " 1304 ,M ° 1 111 7? till ' ol °
biq uansai bb' iliarenorqo , •
rst 6.0.n4 we iarite par ._
odt again. - 111.5.A.0 Li. POT ak
lta.avo.o, ,o ct *4 6 47;'. ~ I— ..
muse or nots,
Aisi. m tni,4ol missiamir sr
HE subscriber.' are nowresti . ;14 by: um; N,
Eris Ran ROM a Isegsaddidea to their Meek
at GOODS. We ,tender our AMA' strimoir,
mants,so thole who have lerotoforofsvossa us, soli
ooniially invite all who stein want of goal GOO D 1 3 4,1
' ".41111 rim to tops us Si call.
• F. B. CHANDLER &CO.
iq, iso. ,
. .: DRY GOODS. s
Hl' l3 4 l44ll o,6—__ . ""P•o*rsids,Pl 3 n . ts, DelafrALbsolis• 1
Ribb o a s 7"Tssi m ........_ - , , . Silk, Blankets, Bonnets,
, • II Lnens, TheEor••
Fringe, Glarreg ooka Ey es , and in Stu et orittaiS atl.sle *saw per centr.to be hid at .
• I•ii. , :•-• - , Chandltr . *Co's.
Tea, Sugar, Mob ..- ultobeeei r , Salaams spice'
Ginger, istattneg l 4•Cmosi Chewy • • pcion der 8;
shot, &e. -•- .-. , ; ; 1
Tin inia Stoves on ; bud - e!eetat t ii i to '
and Tin ware made_ to order or er a T e a shott
Books &.. Stationeti, , . :. 1 ,1
School Books of almost every kind, Ij irw e al i a
h small Bibles, Fancy Books, .Toy Books sod !thud
of Tickets, Blank Books, Ink stands, Ink, Wriass a dit,
e, Wrapping Paper, Wafers* Was, steel Beads, I.
W cib, Parse hooks, steel Pens, Fmvelop, Cards;
A Black sand, dte., to be found at - ‘ • I
'n Charidler & Co's.
of' HARDW A RE.
1.3 Nails & Iron, /tette & screws, Deor handles, Clot
's . lery, Tacks, Ox balls, Glass & sash, &c., at
er i • :Chandler & Co's,
lln exchange for Goods, Flannel, socks, Beeswax,
, Grain, old Iron, Pewter, Copper & Brest ; Butter,
• ALSO—an apprentice to the Tin trade--a lad 16
e; or 17 years.old,. of steady"- habits and good moral
character, will receive good enCouragemmit at
F. B. Chandler & Co's.
;i1 Rept, 16, 1847
6. 008 it ,
For .the Fall and Whiter Trade.
NOW being opened at the STORE of
Where may be found a-great variety of
Broadcloths, Plain and Fancy Kerseymeres,
Satinets; Kentuck Jean TWeeds, Yes
tings (a 'good assortment,) some
rich, figured Satins, Merinos,
BeLains, Plain, Striped
and Plaid Alpaccas,
Parinattas, (a new article for Ladies' dress
es,) Orlean Plaids, Gingham, Calicos,
Shawls, Flannels, (white, red and
yellow,) Satchels, Carpeting,
&c. &c. dr.c.4. &c.
All of which will be sold a little cheaper for cash
than can be found elsewhere.
wept. 21, 1847.
A largo assortmemof TEAS, including the Pekin
Yea Company's—soma of which will be sold at less
than the New York retail prices—by . r
. J. LYONS.
os SheetingS, Drillings, and Bed.
quilts, selling remarkably low at
the store , of J.: Lyons.
A . .
FRESH LOT—including Lemon iSugar,
a new article for this market, used for lemon
ade, cake, pies, Fee.. for sale by .1. Lyons.
C°dash, ItlaFkerel, OH, Nags, Dye
stuffs,, &..e. t&t: J. LYONS.
Sept. 21, 1897
E W MILFORD EXCHANGE.
C. C. WRIGHT k C. S. BENNETT,
AAVIN4 bought the stock of goodi of Wee- i
ver Brothers & Co., and made large ad
ditionito the same, now invite their old friends
and customers, and the public generally, to
call and examine their *nods. It is their
intention to sell at prices lower than the
same style and quality of articles can be pur
chased ut any other establishment in Sus
Their stock embraces a larger ;Assortment
than hai ever before been offered in this Sec
tion of country ; and:thei believe it will, be
for the interest of all wishing to ptirchase to
call and examine their Goods and Prices.
They have also an extensive assortment of
Groceries, Crockery, Hardware,
Dye-woods, Oils, Paints, &c.
which they are detertnine4 to sell cHP.AIP-
EiR than any other Storein Northern Pena
SALT AND FLOUR
al,ways on hand, and of the best quality.
Cooking and,Parlor Stoves,
of the latest and best l pattrns.
Os Ware, Store Pipe,. Iron Steil, Nails,
and Buots it 510e44 of allliads.
A very large assortment of SOLE und
UPPER LEATHER, CnltSkhis,Patneys,
Seep Skini; MiwOcco ISkins, Pink and
hite Linings, and a, general assortment of
rindings at 'prices which defy eptitpetition,
taP CASH paid for RIDES, ; SRINS,
Pelts, Wool, &c.; and Grain,j Eisner,
Oheese all 'kinds of produce I Mimi' itt
exchange for Goods at cash prince.
Is•• Do not fail to u TRY" the New Mil
New Milfotti„. Sept. - . 7; 1847: V
- .STO*ES ! STOVE S °!
Tfilt larva and best assortment of itterlrEff ate
oder !wing , . received, bi tbe•subscribers diet
were ever in Noithein Peun'ti. " Those' who are de
sirous, of combining comfixt, 'convenieoce, economy
and neatness, will please give fos a Clit; and-we will
prove totem this the shove iittalitiaibre to bli lad
with the leis! le: 04 0,0 °.: -:' ,: ' . 'i : t .-- ~...
Empire ' 'Air-iiik4•CookitOve.s.
Stanlei's,',] ~ ~ do ;I do . ~ • do"
~.r. , „
'Congress`' ' " do, i' 'do'', '' do
linickerl)o ok er,do '.. , ..,d0r_ ~ 1 o , 7 ,,,
- Victiiiii - .; 1:-. •-. ,6 t i tii d c i- , : ‘ , /.1 c o.. - :t
; 3 .and 4 boiler= ookilto,,emof-41-5
-1004 ev,eo,iiiiterfif• ,:, . t- ''!•.:'-':,,
4 Double Oren Cook :Stavin tfk.C ,
PARLOR . .. ter 'irliti",,
is Orvarktoskiidii.. 4 o4B4ightpls l ii;i4'
Mt CoslierA ß L*l l l 4 r.OPY sl34l4, 4 , ' - -1 , ,- - ,
ta ' egr Steeko. Were, 741 e
, lc .14Wic - ziiii It'cit*, l o.*P4,o`B
,t. esiry thi4iiegtolelB4 as ofiiiiii
....- a •nbr in :too wage dig ._ .. 1 ,. ; . -,.„..,.., .
1 j p... 2004, 0 4,1 ffr ii. i chy t ;,,_
, • , v- + --- '
- - 1 1 lit
the tie Rat ,
one door west
1!41 - trose - $ 44)1
1 VAL ...
QTAtii ; ;lo4,,_
L 3 iqg an ickoluittuf the - ,,
araMent,Aes*celi. flaOteC, -
With a-msk of,;ilie Bias and me
we of Sehooli anatamiliei—Just
Fir's. isile .14 t4a-aosan or,siagle
July it, , ! ---.....,,' : - •
, .... _ ~ , ...
LANDS FOR' .: 1 ., A
In . StilttiVan .1 trusty.
, .. .
',.:,ii way . int
ecnrnty of &Div:salts ~.. .bb e 4 min g •
T HE from the County Loco ~ , ..., I end am 1
Beralacistedi by Commis' rimers appointed" by - . ~-.
LeYliditnre on the Lands of the , biscribefAs
f Pr' ol4 Vigage liAtiatia bomk adjoin*,
m lrkilli ofa;large body, • which lie will se4ho - wit;
Setue* ' MiThseatt and timber pleoy., I
. dr flcitilre of zixtii, Chi 147 70**
ship; Sulli 7 ott C ry, of MICHikBL MAYLINT( '
at present in - laidC 9 u u ty. to l u a u- t h e neeeelert ..-'-'
rep, or of ; the s ubscriber'at New Mnfork..l o ii?"
harms Cou4ty, reinucilrsnia. 1 0
- Id MAYLIMIT:'
September 16, 1347.-4,17=3
The E f tOlt Weladen e we I
HALLOO there, Dick —An . t w h at .", .
harryit ..! ,
Don't stop .me, 'stranger, I anxious to get'
JOHN GROVES, the gre_atestT LlPOSinemswoeld„
to cut 112 t a out, for everybody* our miglthed ro d
says he is the best Tailor. -He Majustreceitea l the
-Latest Fashions from the Cit 7! ttnil i trg •
to wait until everybody. else is 'Ma and oat
second best ; you know that w lt,do fiir I nes s;
man of as good taste at anybod , &oven *lnst.
the man tb suit me. I base h the mnatofiallut
say that heican cut • coat tolfi any oneowhatisver
may be his shape . Do you beli e e it? Yee7,4lr what
everybody says : mast be ..true. A - . tree; oritems of
cutting disclaims all foreign • violet/on 424-
- tare's laws and stands upon i own '....ie' assw.....
its. Why,;l. tell you he is as s as the, Our ;drat .r
rules ofarithmetic. Well, thel lu e ft er ye*tr ;
mendatinn,will have him eat t myekunv—*/,
have always had such tarsal 'bad luck. ilinti W4C ,
such proof staring mein the-foci I w il l go wit h the -
crowd, tisdirecommend to all. '
il a to care about good
taste and syjeb to be suited, to at oe-tailor shop
two. doors below the Farmer's tore. ~ I • . •
Montrose, Sept. 30, 18'47.-0: m 3
To the 110. Bey. JOAN HU t
.1 olio Bishop. of New Y
J. B. SALIS ;
Cheap, Goods forthe reople—
: side. , . ,
J. S. PEIR * O ET, • 3 `
liealer in tory Goode, liardw oreemes,,Oock.:
cry, TiMothy . seed; Gum He . loCk, Sm.—Triads,
villa, Sum. co. Pa. •
, DAVID CLE
qaolige oa,Sleigh Maker
! found at:his shop a few rods
where 4. will be-happy to w
S. B: MULE
Attorney. at Law; Office - Ems
• Avenue,over the Store of 8.
JERRE IX NS,- .
Dealer in Dry Goods ~- G • , Books, ,Palierl, hat
and Bookbinder—East side Public Avenue..
ISAAC ,L. POS jet. CO.
bealenv bey in Goods, Hard CrockerY, 11 ; ; "'
earner of Public Avenue and Tirior.4
' , P. LI
Geutleme4'S garment cutter, ck
& Root's list SUM.
• i - LIISK &NE '
Aitandea lat Law; bfflee a f
- -1 JOHN H. D
ATTORNEY - AT LAW, Mon
moved his office to' Turfy
une doorMastof The office,.
and three . doors west of the
. SMITHS; STEVEN -
Cabinet mid Chair Makeist4t
• NV., w: SMITH, •I •
A. ;SMITH, JR,
Saddle, Harness and Trunk... ,
the Fariner's Store.
• ! - TR.
A good Oiiortinent of Dry Crocker 7;
%vim di: Su, West aide of i hi tslio A*ealsoil
Dealer in Stoves; Hani*eir,,/
side of Palk Avenue.
F.; B. CHANDL )1' lc.
Dealers in i Stoves, Titrware. SiWoneryiioey dal*,
&t. dtc.+—East siiie.of Publitktrentr4-
i - MERRILL &
Dealers in Hats, - Days, Fars,
LWest, mole of ral)lax-Aveilue;
Attorney' MARI.? at r the old
I A.' CHIMBE
Atioiney at Law, I over
dr . ,;(30„ corner of ' oblicyitv.
A 9.mtraoß /11(01:', - 4•2:
De tee ie DST' amesea. -- AtOrir
PARS & . 11111
Physicians; & Burgeons: Offil
. Public Avenue over the SP
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J. • V,
Groce*s; rniiii; ca
MACK 4 - 6 Rt.
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