Montrose Democrat in Montrose, Pennsylvania
28 Apr 1863

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28 Apr 1863

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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - April 28, 1863, Montrose, PennsylvaniaTruth Well a speech recently delivered i Congress by the hopi. Philip Johnson of the Northampton District he says a a we must save this you Navy said or. Johnson a a and i assert Here to Day that there is no Hope tor the country except in the deep rooted democracy of the people. You will have no thirty years War. Two veits More and your Power will vanish from you As the Snow before the warm Sun of spring1. I know that this Bill and other Kindred measures Are intended to enable you to hold on but. As Well try to dam the Waters of the Mississippi As to prevent the people of this great eos Mitis from resuming the Power of this govern mint which Lias Bei it a so much abuse fun v is this a free country ? 1 n one of or. Seward a letters to the e British minister published Iii the diplomatic correspondence a Jacc tvs the following most remarkable and disgraceful sentence a it a a my lord,11-. Can touch a Bull on my right Ian a order the arrest of a citizen in Ohio. I can touch the hell again and order the imprisonment of a new York Ana no Power on Earth but that of the president can release them. Can the Queen of England in her Doin Inions do a tsp Nuvoli a a c if the object of or was Toliu my note the people of this country and to disgrace and degrade them in the eyes of the a Flione civilize a a world lie could not special notice. Kaon and after july 1st. 1863, the privilege of converting the present Issue of Legal tripe it notes into the National a six per cent. Loan will reate. All who wish to invest in the five Twenty loan must therefore apply before the first of a tuly next. Jay Cooke. Subscript in agent. No. 114 South third Olphia. A. 14�?3m. Your hands. The people want the Union j it o it Loro Efi yet Nally. He boasts of the restored and1 this government maintained a unlimited. Power of1 the mid administered accords 1hob Law accounted for. V an Exchange this explains Whyril Iolite Oniss destroy. Dein cratic printing offices a these act s of mob violence Are not More remarkable for their skulking Eow Ardiee than to substantial confessions on. The part of the republicans that Dhu positions Ami arguments of the democratic and. To ruthlessly trample upon the rights and liberties of the citizens whose servants it and in the wantonness old his arrogance he hauntingly asks whether the Queen of England dares to thus outrage the Laws and the Riglis of citizens in her dominions. No she dare not 1 conduit t on he part like that pursued by our government would cause her throne to he upset and herself and family driven in Chi ill from their land vet we Are called a preserve , Symore Tryloff it it Riu. Vona health and mentl�?�povver3� by us my that Safe plea pout. In Ophir mid specific remedy known its Hou bold tract Luicle. Head the advertisement in another profit by it diseases and symptom he us crated. Cut it oat and preserve it. Yon May unt Jiow require it but May at some future Day. 44 it Prives he Ulhand vigor to the Frame. Hilt a Bloom to the a lii Cheek a it a my a and Ekpo ure. Deware . Darolt 10�?2qi. Hew Jersey a ads f0e�,Sale a also gae. Den of fruit suitable for grapes. Peaches pears St Mobe Brlej. Black Berrich. Currants to . Turn. 10 or 20 acres each of tho follow in prices Lor the present Viz 20 acres for $200.10 acre for $110. It acres for �.�?T0, 2� acres for $10,1 acre for �20. Payable by one Dollar a week. Also Trojok Cranberry lands and Village lots in Chet Wool 25 by 100 feet at $10 each payable by one Dollar n week. The above land and farms Are Situa Rcd it i hot to Wood. Was Stutton township Burlington county Xci Jersey. For further information imply with a in o stamp fora circularly. , j feb. 3.�?Tgo.�?ly a no.00 Cedar Street a wyoral seed potatoes for Sale. Jaa bushels of Goodrich s seedlings comprising x w Hie following varieties. A Garnet chill Cuzco Central City Callao and pinkeye run Yonat. R. Quot. Also 60 bushels of Early junes Price $2.30 por bid. Delivered at the Pittston depot. The bbl. To contain As Many of the ports As Yon choose. Packages of each sort Kent by mall Post a Ned at 33 cat. Each. A if Cash to accompany All orders. Reference Given if desired. Pjs Utton Ransom Luz. Co., a. Aprill4lh, 1683. Ctr i. Dairymen. New Milford newspapers is rims Antly increasing. It is to this fact and to the. Consciousness the u Republican journals and speakers Are unable to overturn the facts Anil arguments greatest of English per in a said a a a the poorest Man in Lis cottage May hid it Fiance to a i the forces of the Crown presented by democratic newspapers that a 11 May he Trail a its roof May shake the we Are to attribute tie desperation of feel i wind Niay blow through it but the King in which induces republicans to resort \ Ltd engum can not enter it. All his pow or brute violence by Inglar a and arson or dares riot Cross the threshold against those who refuse to think and uni Jed tenement. A. A Singer amp letter a a Quot family , with Alii the dec edit impe0vements, in a thebe grand most Beautiful Machi Uci this machine will sew any Hanff from the it Tignini of tick in Tarleau to the inn Kin Ltd of m overcoat anything from Pilot or Beaver cloth Yuwu to the Pfrem go i Uzi a goal Impf Tuque Ned in Everre adv to do its work to it in Ufa j,, . has n it opacity for a Grent variety of Orna Meriul work. This is not the ouly teach due that Enn fell hem bind and so Forth but it will do so better than any other machine. The letter a a a in my May be had in of Cabinet cases. The folding l am. Whih is a becoming so popular Ais As its name implies one that can he folded into a Box or Case which when in peed a lakes Beautiful substantial Aud spacious table for the work to rest upon the cases every Jinn inhale desk Irno Clafli As the wot a grew in its native As Ela Iru Cly finished a Art can Maine thew. The Branch Oil Leea a All Well supplied with silk twist thread Needles Oil Etc., of the very Best Quality Send for a copy of a Psi earn afro oazettc/1. I. M. Singer amp co., 43s Broadway �-2s,. Y. To Thea Dolphin of filch. 810 Chestnut Street. A i read watuou3 amp Foster avents in Montrose. Row mud a the under slated would inform the Public that How till caries on the foundry in new Milford Ftp Ronith. Near tie voters have of hand and am continually manufacturing a. Slows and plow Points cultivators acid Job work finished on Chaft no ice. All work Warran Lod to be Good material and Fiul . S. Tingley. New Milford april 14,1sg3 Glt yer amp t�i0tuy a is Setd. A Large Bradford go. A Ohio medium. Chima seed wheat. Seed Core paves Anda general a assortment of Garden seeds. A Cass paid for a = flax seed during the month of March. Baldwin amp Barnhart Montrose March 3,1803. So 1 to e Hare Mado arrange meets to Send butter to new a York on consignment , Dur Tai the season. We flu furnish path free to All who Ara Deal Roub of doing either. To those who want to Send we will guarantee Uit highest Market prior on prompt a paying freight and commission. Is Rye will Advance Money on consignments if wanted.,and hold on Selvea Retro Helble for 111 butter and pails owned by dairymen and sent by is. B Ald win Allan Barnhart. ,-aprill0th, 1803. Mont .1 Censed auctioneer. Sic. Button. A a a having taken out s License for the in Recac of sue Pioneer Lugt and having bad several years experience.1. In the business now tender hit Serri Casto the Public. In that Canad. Nona tit licensed auctioneer Cav act a Inch und a a july a Jaq a a 8e orders by. Mall promptly attended residence . Quot n of april 7th, 1863. Of. Z>3e��reixo3sr examining surgeon the Saba Cribar having been appointed by the of pensions a medical kxam1nf.r at Large to examine and give certificates to All entitled to pensions Wili it tend to nil applications that May be presented Bell s a hotel. Mot to Csc april 0, tsc3.�?tf May rooms at j. S. Tar e. Patrick. Boyd amp Woodruff carry on the next below Sears let a hotel. Also the Carven thing business w the methodist Church. E keep constantly on hand a general assortment of. A foxes of the Moat approved terns builders hardware of All kinds. Farmers tools of All kinds. A a Ai a a Tiras Ware. Porcelain Ware Japan Ned and Plain tin Ware of the Best material. A faints oils Glass Putty and Sadi. A craps Lead pipe lamps Bird cages Etc., act terms right. Remember tie place Callan seens a , 1 boy d a Wood Biff. S. . F Montrose july 33d, 18u2. Patent medicines in Effort was made to make a list of Patent medicines for Sale St Turrell s drug. Store but it was found too lengthy for Pohli cation. Kcjr hips it will be sufficient to Sav Liat nearly every kind in atty m Irkes air advertised Iii newspapers May be found at the drug and variety store of Abel Turrell. Montrose March.24,1863. F a sic Tok As they a a How to Send tie War. Let a splendid pm r it tel a m o 1 i be published for Weitig All to la a Beautiful women of the South from the Thra Dom of their rebel. Here unconditional loyalty. Tie Liston commit in Tilik Origan of senator Sumner thus Speaks of the administration and the president a it is our conviction that the blood and treas husbands. ten no women be divorced j ure of this con tiny a re Shemie Fiille wast and set upon their legs like tie Strong j de and that it is flt of duty of the people to minded sister Down Piast. This will Settle i Force their rulers to the Issue of Freedom Jeff. Davis a co. The Southern Quot women or slavery. If the people Are not up to now give Thev rebels Mireh More Aid. Coni j tins every conscript raised every Dollar fort and support Titan the slaves overdid. A a a 1 1 Thev fur Irish lint Bari Dages and attend Anee at tiie hospitals shirts browsers in South Auburn Susque Anria co Tinty ., Jan. �?~2, 18g2, , wife of Hiram Carler aged 80 years 2 in Otlis and 21 Days. Sin South Auburn suss. A. Tan 30th, 1803, Iii ram Carter aged.92 years g to. And 12 Days.�?�. This couple were married in january. 1801, and moved into South Auburn june 1 oil1805, which was then a dense wilderness. They endured the privations lived to frit paid will be. Wasted As badly As mini Amman hardships life and to Kiev have been wasted for Over t we see the wilderness Digap Etcar a socks and Quillens for the Rainy and Little to rebel babies who will fill up the rebel ranks if the War lasts Long now if the slaves of rebels should be freed Why not free the. Wives of rebels i divorce tin Southern women and the re bilion Cali easily be putdown.�. Loyal a Saga Seni Imants. Tia tides Stevens said in Congress a a i will not Stu Latify myself by supposing that we have any wan ant in the cons Titu l Tion for this proceeding. A that talk of restoring the Union As it Money have been wasted for Over t a a years. It is paid fail for us Toa vow a Lack of Faith in our rulers5 but we should be guilty of the same timidity and duplicity Mil give place to Beautiful farms with a Large and increasing population. A for Many years they were worthy members of the Metho i dist episcopal Chi Irb mid their House a exists Hollie for the ministers of Christ but Only in new England whens a Geiger j a a they rest from their labors and their al me tie abolitionists Preponderate works do Lullow Liev May say everything against every Auburn a Mari a 20th, 18g3, if we did not do Liberty of t he press it seems w a ,. A w body they May say that our generals Are traitors that the president is a uneducated ignorant deceitful politician who must be forced mousing to certain Saml al Carter aged.55 years Mouth and 27 Days. Samuel Carter was a so i of Hannah and Hiram Carter and always lived on was and under the Constitution As it is is a a rights of a the president the jacobins cry issues without a which men and Money 0 Foj Homestead and cared for his aged will be wasted but when sane Man la tier Anil a Kotlier. He was honest Anil other states discuss the constitutional industrious an obliging neighbor a kind one of the astir Ditis my hich i have heard i have acc one about sick of it. The Union can never be restored its it was. There Are Many things which Render such an event impossible. This uni on never shall with my consent be restored under the Constitution As it is with slavery to be projected by a. Stevens is a great advocate of Loyal Juji a Guys and speaking Stenli neuts is supported by them. Washington a a a was a a a Copperhead a according to the Republican definition of that word. If the following extract from his Farewell address Are not a a Copper Barig them a band the Provost marshals think they Bav e a duty to per the name of coi Innon sense what docs the Boston mean by the a a duty of the people to Hresi their rulers j but revolution ? and can the writers of j such articles pass As a a Loyal patriots a j free unharmed respected and applauded while men a re. Thrown into prison lbs unfavourably on Gen Shenck and others incarcerated simply Lor reprinting what. Others have published ? yet such tilings re now done. A an anti Pedro Row occurred in Cincinnati Ori the 19t a caused by negro a crippled Soldier. An excited crowd gathered in the locality and several negroes were badly beaten. A Wisconsin All Hail. From the re indignant frown Quot upon the first Dawn i turns received it is a Stini ated that the empt to alienate any por 1 democratic candidate for chief Justice head septum uts a we know not what Are. At any rate a Tiu Ierne a Thev arc democratic sell ing of every attempt is Kim of Bur co Mitri from the rest or to elected by s majority of ten thousand a i. 7urti i _ . A i. V enfeebled the sacred ties which now link together the various parts. The Constitution which at any time exists by an explicit and authentic act of the people is Sau redly obligatory upon with care the spirit of innovation upon its principles however specious the pretexts. A the spirit Quot of encroach Rilent tends to console Date the Powers of All departments in one and thus create whatever the form of government areal despotism. Let there be no Clinge by usurpation for though this in one inst Tuigg May be the i Sistru Lieut of Good it is the customary weapon by which free government is destroyed.�?�. S v a shocking murder was Cor Niit ted at Ellen ill on thursday morning of last week. The widow of a m r. Rockwell was married on the previous saturday to i Robert Phelan. She. Had previously end aged to marry a win Willis but broke the engagement. Willis becoming excited procured a knife with Width he Tuur dered mrs. Helari in her own surrendered himself declaring that if he had nine lives to live lie would do the deed Over again. Willis is a Shoemaker about 30 years of age. The murdered i woman was a highly respected Christian. We Wili print full particulars of the tragedy in our next Herald. A a. And and a True Friend. He professed the religion of Christ for a in in by rot years and died exclaiming a Wallis p a Van. In Rush Susquehanna co., feb. 24tli, 18g3, or. Burrows , aged 83 Vears 11 months and 5 Davs. Farewell Niv dear father the lord bids thee come a Anri Angels Are wailing a. To Welcome thee Home. Of May we nil meet thee. On Shore. Where sighing and partings. Are known no More. Wall and window paper. A new supply.tutuiel�/s.-. New goods a of goods Arr Vlnar it. A Tuk Itel a. Re Otic. C. Tyler has specified interests with a the same As with our predecessors. Mooney he. A oi2e�.ici-c7-a.i�?T0 is of mkt by dealers Aud would be Happy to Seo uis Ola is. Or receive in orders which we will execute in the very Best Mamu in his absence. _ it lol Durback Gilbert a co. 23 Park Row. Jan. 1st, 1sg3. Grateful for past favors the subscriber would most Resper Tully Cal the attention or All prompt paying merchants and traders to the above notice. Ordenia ror hardware will be received Here and forwarded if no proved except during the months of april. My. Sept. Aud oct. During those Mouths he will Hasty to see Bis friends and serve them at 23 Park Row. N. York. Rescue fully. M . Montrose feb. 17th, 1863. Under penalty of$00. See net of Cangyes-1 3,secs <9.------------� j a a . Abel Turrell now offer for tale Neof the largest said Best selection Ever offered in Susquehanna county and probably com. Prising the greatest variety or most different articles of any Storem the Northern part of Pennsylvania and per it haps of the entire state. An assortment is kept in a ont thirty different branches of Trade and the select tons Are made from about forty of the Best houses in new York and More than fifty dealers and Man tire Raoul of new York. A Large. Proportion of the goods Are brought direct from the manufacturers this insuring Genet no articles. Custom arson entering the store must not expect to find everything in sight but nearly every article wanted will be pro in cd by inn lev. A some idea of the Stock May be to rated by the following . Drags and medicines paints Nelld urls. Dye stuffs a groceries liquors Crockerjr. Glass Ware Wall and Quot window paper jewelry Silver goods musical instruments brushes american pocket knives table cutlery and Silver plated Ware lamps materials for lights hardware bed cords Stone Mere dry goods mirrors window Glass. Lithograph. A. Nishca. Bird cages spectacles whips and Laanes brooms. Guns. Pistols amen Nitro tobacco Midi caland surgical instruments Salt soap Potash. Its Bro Las. Porcelain Teeth in Short nearly everything tir restore the Side to please the taste to Dwight the Eye to gratify the fancy and also to condone to the real Ana substantial comforts of life. A the attention of the Public is respectfully invited to my Stock of goods bought exclusively for Cash Down and will be sold on tho same principle for Lbw prices. Montrose january 1st, 1863. Abel Turrell. Administrators a Sale. The under Sugni a. My my a de Boul non of the estate of n. W. Waldron dec By virtue of authority contained in the last will and testament of said dece dint �411 expose to Public Sale by Sendne at the store of ii i. Blading in Harford township on. A i i saturday the 2nd Gay of May next it Hue of clock in the afternoon All that lot of land late the estate of no a w. Waldron dec a known As the a Lake situate in said township of Harford,-.containing about 114 about 20 acres improved and lying on the Road leading from Harford Village to Ira carpenters. Terms made known on Day of Sale. A ,. P. Carpenter adm a de Bonis non. Estate ton. A Waldron dec a. Starch 81,1863- to administrators notice. All persons indebted to the estate of Balas f. My Kuno. Late of Harmony. Dec a. Arc hereby requested to make immediate payment and null persons having claims against said estate will present them forthwith to c. L. Brown administrator a a Montrose april 6 1863.�?6w.removal. James r. Good news s and a a great commotion in Tiik goods to. A a it e. Tab Best Fri act a to Purchase i. E will open in Montrose april 13,18c3. Of Hunt principal. Hiss Jessie Bissell assistant Quot nil pains will be spared to make the school worthy of patronage. It Wilt to conducted a Poi the Normar sys Tom. No better Opportunity for those qualifying them Shives for teaching can be offered. Teeus7eh a Hableb of 11 weeks. Primary deprtmcnt.$2,00 to$3,00 Comimo branches. ,4,00 natural sciences or higher mathematics. 5,00. Of. D. Hunt principal. Marci 31,1863-tf ,. Has removed his Stock of the Lathrop building to the store formerly occupied by h. C. Tyler. Next Pfoor to j. 8, Tarbell a rotel where be. Is it Ady to sell goods to his a old Friend and the Public amp to Bis Well known a 1 Low prices. A Good Stock always on hand consisting of a dry goods , crockery nails Iron a hardware notions Sash oils. Fish amp a. Amp a. Ail kinds of prod acc at Casl 1 March Lois 1863.- where you Are sure of getting the Worth of Yoi Irmon eve is at the. _ Stob i set Tynberg Rosenbaum to in. A the certain domes rigs has put us on on we have lately Laid in Ala be Stock which enables us to offer to our customers coot i on equally &5good terms amps formerly consid Rex he late Rise. \ v in. Ran away from the subscriber on the lat Day by april insl., a n. Parks an apprentice aged 16 Yean this is to notify All that i will not any debts which Nav lie contracted by said apprentice after this Date and forbid any one trusting him on my acc omit. 1 John s. Grey. Great bed april 1,1863.� r tween of. It. Thayers farm in Bridgewater and to. A it a it Quot $ p Edward Nowes in Brooklyn on Friday evening a it is Pilout tue same of i 24th. A Black Wallet containing some $31 in Money and other papers. Any out tho will return the same to me will be liberally rewarded. Brooklyn april 23,�?�g3. S. D. Townsend. A Aco Onuis from All parts of great Britain agree in stating that the emigration this year will probably be larger than that of any one of the prey ofis three or four years. Hundreds if Small proprietors Are Selling ont and preparing to leave. A heavy robbery of government kids was made at the Brooklyn Eavy j Ard on sunday night week. The paymaster s Safe was broken robbed of a nearly $140,000 in Legal tender notes. Quot this is splendid Triumph a there is considerable activity in a a the Confederate loan Iii the London Motiey Market it being quoted it 1 @ cent Preni imn Quot a the Paris bourse. 1�?tiicdong-Peuding negotiation of the least of the Elmira and Williamsport Railroad by the Northern centred Railroad Chi Penny arid the lease of the Buffalo and new York and Erie railway by the Erie arid Northern Central Railroad companies the Pennsylvania Railroad being also Ai party in the contract As a guarantor of the. Payments Weru signed on thursday last the lease going into effect Oil the first of May next. A tie Telegraph reports that a Tornado of extraordinary violence passed Over a portion of Grundy county Illinois on saturday causing great damage to property and Lois of life. Yrs a Eui Tob or Dek Ochat Deab Sib with your permission j a visit to say to the readers of Vona paper that i will Send by Roturie mail to All who wish it free a recipe with full directions for making and using a simple vegetable Balm that will effectually remove in 10 Days. Pimples. Blotches tan freckles mid ail in Purtee of the skin leaving the same soft Clear a Booth and Beautiful i will also mail free to those having Bald Heads or Bare faces simple directions and information but �411 enable them to Start a. Full growth o i luxuriant hair. Whiskers Ora moustache. 111 less than 80 Days. All applications Una were by retuer. Mail without charge. Respectfully Yon re. I a. Thos f. Chapman chemist. Feb. 34�?sm. No. To broads by new York. To consumptives., thusly Curtissr having acc restored to Hea Thiu a few weeks by u very simple Rei Pedy. Alicr having suffered several years Willi severe Lugn Fleetion. And that dread disease. Consumption is anxious to make fellow sufferers the Means of cure. To All who desire it he will Sand atop of the prescription charge a in the directions for preparing juju using the same which they will find a sure Cut a for a Tuma non Cinitis. Amp a. The Only object of the advertiser in sending the prescription is to Benefit the afflicted and spread information., which he conceives to he invaluable and he Hopes Cymry suffer �5411 try his remedy As it will Cost them nothing and May prove a Lessing. A Rev. Edward a. map. C�?3m Wlllie Amsberg Kings county m. Y. Blacksmith info. Pitcher us Wick were respectful by inform the citizens of Montrose i and Vicinity that they carry on the by Nesb in All its branches it the ship lately , on tic Plank Road be amp a the steam Mill. ,. G32�?o&Quot\vc Quot will guarantee to make As Good work Atas rcasotiablcpricesa8 any shop in torn s Jpn Trosy n v o. G. Pit leh. April 28th, 1668.�?tf albeit Wick wide. Erie railway. Hange of hours commencing monday apr. 20th. _ _ trains will leave great Bend iu., at about the following hours Viz r11 a Isra. Wing hours bound j eakt1vard bound. 1, Buffalo express,2 18 j 2. . Express 12 58 . 3, night express 1 07a.m i 4 night sex pro a 2 14a.m 5, mail at a 6 53 0, Steamboat 8 3i 17, Way freight. 12 50 -j 8, 21, Maccomo Daviou 9 58 am i 10, a. C,33a.m. 120, Way freight 9 10 am nos. 3,4 and 8 in every Day. No. 11 doe9 not run mondays. No. 3 of saturdays runs throw to Buffalo but docs not run to Dun Kirk. I. Chaos Minot Geu. Supt. Prices taken in Exchange. J. R. Dewitt. Hunt Bros. Amp air Hunt Bro s amp Blair i 5cranton,Villa the National claim Agency ,. Conducted by v Harvey Collins amp Bracet government agents and at a Rales Washington C. Branch for Susquehanna county conducted by. L. F. Fitch Montrose. Claims presented and prosecuted before Congress court of claims and the departments. Patents pensions. Bounties and arrears of secured acid collected. A the undersigned being now licensed by the government acid associated with this Agency at Wash Ipton for the purpose of expediting business will attend promptly Tali Calls in Muslino of business. Information , and to Chat a unless successful. ,m�?Tclil2,1863 a sin l. F. Fitch. Sonar Itose a. Wholesale retail dealers in.5th Street Letts bub. A. A a f0unded in 1640.incorporated by ii Blittle charter. Being the ouly commercial College in the Union a. Conducted by a a i a practical Meb chant. N a Over six th0u3aitd students have been educated in the principles and practice of All to la of details of a business education from duffs sys Temoff Book.kbkpij0 awarded four Silver medals and the Sanction of the Lilg Hest mercantile authorities in tie country. Also Steamboat Book a a perfect system for such books and also duffs new system of a rail Road Book keeping after the forms or tho Pennsylvania Railroad. Also duffs new system private Bank Book keeping the Only one in use in the City. The above systems of air Oulu arc taught under the daily the a Thor and it its believed to a degree of perfection never attained elsewhere a a twelve first premiums for Best business and ornamental penmanship awarded our present Penman by the. Us a United states fair at Cincinnati in. I860. Feu a. State fair at we atm. Ima. Western Penna. Fair at Pittsburgh. ,18�. Western Wheeling. 1860. And tho Ohio state fair at cleveland.18�. _ All of which arc exhibited at our office. J Duff. New Ennid school copy books Fine Cap 31 pages each 9q Bents per dozen the cheap ,. A . Una Utica a and we will end Avor to give our customers a bound a a own Quarto. Price $5. Ail possible satisfaction. A a a off weeping. At the stores of on them k cj.,at Montrose sus a county fa.,Elmira new York Susquehanna depot a. Our fall and to enter Stock is. Complete we arc determined not to be outdone either in prices or Eye nit a Vav. ,. In. amp a. Rorr a steel nails builders hardware. Itly entail countersunk it t rail spikes. Railroad it mining supplies Carriage Springs skeins. And a boxes. Bolts. Nuts and washers. A plated Sands. Malleable. Irons Surg Spike Felloes seat spindles sows late. A an Viii vices stocks and Dies Bellows. A a a hammers sledges files a. Amp i. Circular and Mill saws bflt1ng, packing a tackle. Blocks plaster Paris Cement hair a Orin stones. French window Glass leather a findings., Fairbanks Scales. A scr Hon March 34, 1863. A. By / it co partnership heretofore i existing Between,d., a. To , j. Warner. Niider the amp of the Binghamton commercial College was dissolved on the 9th.3ay.oi Jan Liary 1863. A d v. Lowell Binghamton aprils 1863 the commercial College vill be conducted by the priv Cipal . Lowell who takes this Opportunity of re1 turning Dis Henr tif thut iks to the Public for their Liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on i it institution and invites attention to the improvements soon Tobe metro Dif cd into the several departments. A. 21 W. Lowell. Guowu a 8. H Sayer Bros have made arrangements for a Nan Tity of these celebrated mowers Aud will be Happy to receive orders from those intending to Purchase at an Early Day . 1.a n april 18,1663. 1 a a. I nothing in this Branch Durstock is Complete and will be sold lower and More tastefully finished than any one horse establishment Srauy for horse concern this Side Vonyork Cit Yew a Hie to offer or produce. We can ass Ruthc Public Tomt vye constantly employer pkg beet cutters and a workmen to . A ,. I Ero Ermente made to a i tt3r0a no Type. A Good pit warranted or no Sale. ,. out on Stock of. Flt of Fiat ssh Fly a we will sell at a Small Advance above Cost. Furnishing goods a great Stock constantly kept tit Tiberi Gaston Bank amp Cir a Mout Roee january 1st, 1863. Ice $1,60. Sol by enclosing85draujto 4 �01�. Ujj nip a. I a win Nimke inquire our reputation to the a strangers Wilt please Inq. Jan t,1863. 5m Ltd where to Are Best known. The hew commercial buildings Are located of peseta the court House Corner of \ court end Chenango streets. A this College is in. No Way connected with any. Other the Enar Ries. Of the entire faculty Are exclusive in d the cd Ign of this institution is to Gaffur ,y�5"s men a for acquiring a thorough practical. To an divans Are carefully Pfartz a tic Susud practice. 1. 1 Merisi Law a political Economy a is swirl ethics partnership septic mints directing and sintered banknotes Etc. The Soe Doerun system of Penman ship is taught in Alt it Vliets by the most Aki Lefful masters of the Art a the Book keeping depart Tiht is under the special us peril the principal . Owner St . A to my of dig form re a one of.70 pages spec teens of Pennan it enclose ,. A Ocels 63 Llaca. Binghamton a. Y. Grass seeds. Laroe it medium i m Fob Bale by. A \ . Or. It Mitt. New Milford March 17,18�. 4"a i spa hero Candle Limp Olle Turret e Zubb Blly a prey Tinothy Montrose march34 1868. Of Irosene column

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By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

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By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

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Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!