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. Homeoby joys are passing timely.—
Joys no stranger begirt con tell." , -
What a charm rests upon theindear
ing name—my hothe I consecrated by
domestic love—that golden key of
earthly happiness ! Without this, home
would be like's temple stripped of its
garlands • there a father welcomes with
loud aff ection; a brother's kind sym
pathies comfort in the hour of distress,
and assist in every trial; there a pious
mother first '.taught the infant lips to•
lisp the name ofJesus ; and there a loved
sister dwells, the companion of early
Truly, if there is aught that is lovely
here below, it is home—sweet home !
It is like the oasis of the desert. The
passing of our days may be painful—
our path may be ch ckered with sor
-row and care—unk . 'loess and frowns
may wither the jojusness of the heart,
efface the happy s ilea from the brow,
and bedew life's way with tears,—yet,
when the memory hovers over the past,
there is no place upon which it delights
to linger, as the loved scenes of child
hood's home ! It is the polar star of
existence. What cheers the mariner
far away from his native land in a for
eign port ? or tossed upon the bound
ing billo ws ,
.as he paces the deck at
midnight alone, what thoughts fill his
breast? He is thinking of the loved
ones far away at his own happy cot
tage, in his mind's eye he sees the
smiling group seated around the cheer
ful fireside. In imagination he hears
them uniting their voices in singing the
sweet songs which he loves. He is
anticipating the hour when he shall re
turn to his native land, to greet those
absent ones, so dear to his heart.
Why rests that deep shade of sad
ness upon the, stranger's brow as he
seats himself amid the family circle!
He is surrounded by all the luxuries
that wealth can afford; happy faces
gathei around him, and strive in vain
to win a smile. Ah I he is thinking of
his own sweet home, of the loved ones
assembled within his own cheerful cot.
Why those tears which steal down
the cheeks of that young and lovely
girl, as she mingles in the social circle ?
Ah 1 she is an orphan ; she, too, had
a happy home ; but that house is now
foritakert and desolate ; its loved ones
are now sleeping in the cold and silent
tomb. The gentle mother who watch
ed over her infaney, and hushed her to
sleep with a lullaby, which a mother
only can sing; who in girlhood days
taught her of the' Savior, and turned her
youthful voice to sing praises to his
name,—has gone to the mansions of
joy above, and is mingling her songs,
and turning her golden harp with bright
angels in Heaven. Poor one ! She is
now left to tread the thorny path of
life, a lonely, homeless wanderer.
Thus it is in this changing world.—
The objects most dear are snatched
away. We are deprived of the friends
whom most we love, and and our
cherished home is rendered drear and
desolate. .6 Passing away " is engra
ver', on all things earthly. But there
is a home that knows net, changes, where
separations never take place. where the
sorrowing ones of this world may ob
tain relief for alt their griefs, and where
the sighs and tears of earth are exchang
ed for unending songs of That
home is found in . Heaven.
In the shadowy past. there is one
sweet reminiscence which the storms
of life can never wither ; it is the re
collection of home—of childhood's
home. In the visioned future, there is
one bright slat whose lustre never fades;
it is the hope - of home—of a heavenly
My First Order.
A young man commenced trying to
obtain a livelihood by what is called
canvassing for a bookseller. viz : call
ing at houses. with specimens of first
numbers of periodicals, &c., and soli
citing orders. On pulling a bell for
about the third time in his life on this
business, a portly military looking per
sonage appeared as quick as if he had
been tied to the other end of the bell
wire, and demanded what he wanted.
The danvasser proceeded with some
diffidence to explain his errand, when
the gentleman rather petulantly asked,
Pray, have you ever been in the ar.
my i The answer was Yes sir,
for .a 81141 time." , 0 Let me see you
right about face then." This mama
vre accomplished. brought the front part
of the young tradesman's person oppo-
Alta the yard gate, when the military
looking gentleman bawls out in a voice
- of thunder, "Quick march—out of the
ward, for nobody wants you here."—
The halls ffrighted canvasser, of eau rae.
immediately complied, and on gaining
the outside of the palisades, cooly took
out his order book, and frisking a snow
of writing, replied. "t h ank you sir, I'll
book this as my first order." `--
To-DAY AND To-Alosmow.—The
teat `tif husbandry, depend upon it is
to sift the corn from the chaff, to sep
arate the gold from the dross, in - the
portion of time that ill allotted to ne,and
not to mingle thiisorrow with the en?
joyment of 10-day.
" I feel lazy to "work." said a
loafer. sod. halve no time to play: J
think I'll go to bed-nod !plivenittiffer
I Wedding lide.
Horses; were: scarce at the first settle
ment of thin country. it - is not recard-,
ed that they were introduced, into the
Plymouth,Colony until about twenty '
years after the landing ofthe.rilgrims ;
but the young folks would hive • their
ride notwithstanding: When John
Alden was married- 4 -and John Alden
was a great man in this day, a worship
ful magistrate - and counsellor withal,
and a great favorite with the ladies, in
somuch that he madelnothing at all of
cutting out the ren owned
. Captain Stand
ich, who cut down the Indians. like .
stubble—when John Alden was mar
there was a great carrying .on
about Cape Cod, where he' wooed and
won the Captain's intended / Miss Pris
cilla "Mullenk, the great belle of the
Cape and Colony. He was determin
ed to do the thing in style, as became a
gentleman, so he put a ring on his bull's
nose, covered his back with,a piece of
broad cloth, mounted and rode to the
wedding. Miss Priscilla might well
be proud of such a husband ; and to
prove-herself worthy of him, she reso
lutely mounted the bull at the moving
home, and amhled along without fear,
wile her gallant spouse led him by the
nose, and walked proudly by the side
of his valuables. The gentleman who
lend, and the lady who rode, were the
ancestors of some of the first families
in the country, including members of
heads of colleges, and to Presidents of
the United States.—Exeter News.
The flock of Louden.
The Cathedral at Lunden,in Sweden,
is a magnificent structure, and has a
very lofty spire, which serves as a
mark for , sailors, being seen at a con
siderable distance. The altar of this
church is a beautiful piece of work ;
but what most engages the attention of
strangers is, its curious clock, which,
from the_number of its movements and
fingers, may vie with Lyons and Stras
burg.: Every hourtwo horsemen come
out and encounter, and a door opens
which discovers the _Virgin Mary sit
ting on a throne pith her divine infant
in her arms, and the magi, with her
retinue, marching in order, and presen
ting their gifts, two trumpets sounding
all the time of the procession. The
clock, besides the hour, shows the
month and day. and every festival
throughout the year.—Smith's Won
SHOOTING BY ACCIDENT." Plaise
your lordship's honor and glory," re
replied Tim, I shot the hare by hac
By accident ?" aaid his lordship
4 , By haccident," repeated Tim ; 1
was firing at a bush, and the baste ran
across my aim, all of his own accord."
• The game-keeper tells a different
story," replied his lordship.
• Oc h ! don't put faith in what that
man says," replied Tim, as he never
cares cares about speaking the truth
any how. Re tould me t'other day,
yer lordship was not so fit to fill the
chair of justice .as a jackass !"
Ay, indeed ! and what did you
• Plaise yer lordship, I said yer lord
REAL GENTLEMEN—He never dres
ses in the extreme fashion, but avoids
singularity in his person or habits.
He is affable with his equals. and
pleasant and attentive to his inferior.
In conversation, he avoids tasty,
tempered, or insulting remarks.
He pays punctually for his newspa
He never pries into anothers' affairs.
Ileoletests eaves dropping as among
the most disgraceful of crimes.
lie never slanders on acquaintance.
He never, under any circumstances,
will speak ill of a woman.
He never cuts an an acqnaintaince,
who has met with a reverse of fortune ;
Ho always pays the postage on hie
letters of business.
A Foactip.r. ZAROLMENT......." Gentle
men of thijury,". said a hoosier law
yer, addressing a real shelfbark jury,
" I say that ere magnanimous sun
shines in the heavens though you can't
see it, kale it's behind a cloud ; but you
know it, though I can't .prove it; so
my client, who rises airfy and hunts
coons like an honest man, has a good
case, though he cant prove it. Now
if you believe what I tell you about the
yon are bound by your bible oaths
to believe what I tell you about my
client's case—and if you don't then you
call me i liar. and that I'll be squatawe'd
if I'll stand it anyhow ; so if you don't
want lo swear false, and have no trou
ble, you'd better give us our case."
- A BRIGHT 11.1.u9tcns.—A bachelor in
Pittsburg, 'Picked up a thimble.—lle
stood for some moments meditating on
the probable beauty of the owner, when
he pressed it to his lips and exclaimed ;
Oh. that yen were the bright lip of the
owner!" Just as he had finished. a
big wench looked...put of an upper win.
dow and sai/I: Hoss, list please to frow
of _mine in the entry ;
I jist now drapt it. o The bachelor is
said to have drop'd it, also. ' •
Twa.Lormos Tune a hot Tory.pa
perotaye :that Gen. 'l:whorl's life has
neither been useful or ornamental."
The . Columbianl Register thinks. how..
-ern. the Times will admit itis " illus•
toted by cuts," as at New Orleans !
. . lin 04 WAD .6 Woo •
RECENTLY FROM ELMIRA; are now ,
"receiving and °tailing a splendid' assort
meat of Drrigs,Medicinei, Paints; Oil. ii Dye
Stufs, & in.addition's full and complete assort-
meat of FAMILY- GROCERIES. ~The stock
consisting in part of the &Bowing:
Alum Macassar Oil "
Annatto do calcined 0..
Arrow Root - Mustard seed
Arsenio do ground
Aqua Fortis ' Nursing Bottles
do Ammon. Nutgalls
Bottles, assorted Nutmegs
Bear's Oil Oil, Fall, Winter and
British Oil Summer strained
Blue Vitriol Sp.rm, bleached,
Borax wht. and natural
Bark Peruv. pulv. do Linseed
Bath Brick do Camphine
Balsam Copaiva do Sweet
Burgundy Pitch Oil Vitro!'
Camphor do Wintergreen -
Calomel - do Peppermint
Caraway Seeds do Aniseed
Cantharides do Lavender
Cayenne Pepper Paregoric
Chamomile Flowers Pearl Barley
Cinnamon Pepper Sauce
Court Plaster P ill Boxes
Copperas' ' ink Root
Confectionary , Prussiate Potash
Corks, of all kinds Quicksilver
Cream Tartar Rhubarb, rt. & powdr.
Curcuma Roll Brimstone
Cubebs Red Chalk
Emery, ass'd from No. Red Precipitate
I to 6 Saffron, American and
Epsom Salts Spanish
Essence Bergamot Sand Paper
do Lemon Sal. Ammoniac
do Peppermint do Glauber
do and Oil Spruce Saltpetre
do Benzoni do syrup
Glue, of all kinds Sealing Wax
Gold Leaf Senna
Gum Opium Shaker's Herbs
do Arabic Sponge, coarse & fine
do Copal Starch
do Assafcetida Snuff, Maccaboy
do Myrrh do Scotch
do Tragacanth do Cephalic
Harlem eil Soap, Castile
Hiera Piers do Shaving
Indigo, Spanish, float do Windsor
do Bengal Spermaceti
Ink Powders Spts. Hartshorn
Ink, in bottles ' - do Nit. Dulc.
do Indellible Sugar Lead
Irish Moss Sup. Carb. Soda
Itch Ointment Syringes, assorted
Ivory Black Tart.Actd
Jalap Tenter Hooks
Laudanum Vials, assorted
Liquorice Root Valerian Root .
do Ball - Wafers
Lunar Caustic White and Red Tartar
Black Lead Putty
Cassia Paris White .
Chalk Spanish Blown
Chrome Yellow French Green
do Green Elpt.Turpentine
Copal Varnish Rosin (
Coach do Venetian Red
Lead, White, dry and Verdigris
Lead, Red (in OilVennillion
Lamp Black Whiting
Litharage Yellow Ochre
The great English re-Pills, Oriental
medy, Buchan's Hun- do Dr. Poses
garian Balsam of Life do Hooper's
Sands Sarsaparilla do Moffat's
Bristol's Ext. do do Persian
Wistar's Balm= Wild A► Brandreth's
Cherry do Phinney
Pectoral Honey of Lt- do Lee's
verwort Godfrey's cordial
Cheeseman's Arabian Thompson's Eyewater
Tea St'm ref Family Soap
Coffee Sperm Candles
Sugar Chemical Wax do
Spice and Pepper Tobacco and Snuff
Starch Sal /Emma
Soda Crackers• Brooms
English Currants Ropes
Nutmegs Refined Loaf Sugar
Ginger - Cassia
Winnow Glas, 7 by 9,8 by 10,10 by 12,10
by 14,11 by 15,12 by 16,12 ty 18
Mixed Paints at all times on hand, ready. for
Towanda, December 16, 1844. ,
Orphan's Court of Bradford County.
In the matter of the estate of L.Hodges deed.
THE undersigned having been appointed
.1 . by - the Orphan's Court-of Bradford co.;
an Auditor to settle and adjust the account of
David F. Barstow and Isaac Myer executors of
the last will and and testament of Lyman
Hodge dec'd., will attend for that purpose at
his office in the Borough of Towanda, on Mon•
day the 27th day of January; 1845, at 1 o'clock
in the afternoon,of which all persons interested
will take notice. ' E. W. BAIRD.
Towanda, Dee. 23. 1844. - Auditor.
mizy,tssEti !REECE% bas rem: ed bia
IL) I.eir Office to the roiun one d• • east of
the office formerly oceuliied by Adams • Me/-
cur: Entrance as before at thi west side of
Montsnye & Bette' ' •
• December 20. 1844;
ATIS for sale, and alio tho.bist meat
of CAPS in town at . 8A !:
Sertectlber 30. . No. 3. Brick R,910.
SHERIFF'S SALE S.
livhtue' of a writ gra Pecks ism.
, jup..x.l from the noun of • common pleas id
Bradford 'county, to nie directed,i 1;114811 expose
' to public - sale it,the house of IWst: Baions
in the Borough of Tovianda, On Monday the
; 3d day of Febriaary next at cute ; olelock
apiece or pared offend lying and; being in the
township pf Wells and ciniaty
ford; beginning - a - post corner in ;the eastern
bounder3r.lina of.the said larger tract thence by
land granted hy . Heiman
. Keeled and wife to
,the said William R. Knipp.northeighty seven .
degrees 'West one hundred and - tvaetity pe!ches
to a post corner in, thetiaesterti. boundary line
of said larger tract; - thence' by ; the giante sleuth
one degree west:twenty five perches to a post
corner; thence by land conveyed-to Rebecca
Horton eighty seven degrees anti one hundred
and ninety two perches in the eastern bounda
ry line , aforesaid, thence by the; same north 3°
east 25 perches to the beginning.! Containing
twentpeight acres and allowance; being part of
a tract called Ryeland.
- ALSO—That Lertain other piece or parcel of
land situate .in said township,; beginning's% a
post in the eastern bounday line of the original
larger lot or tract, thence cy land of Samuel
Gaylord north 87° west 196 E4lO perches to a
post colter, thence south 87° east 194 perches
to a post corner in the eastern boundary line
aforesaid. thence extending by, the same north
3° east 58 perches to tho . place of beginning.
Containing raxty.seven acres, and the usual al
lowance for roads &c. with a trained Iniuse and
occupied as a house of public entertainment;
and framed barn with an open shed attached
to the same, one building formerly used - as a
blacksmith shop, now used as a horse shed, and
a small orchard thereon, about sizty acres e
Seized and taken in execution at the -suit of
Henry T. Benedict vs. Wm. R. Knapp.
J. N. WESTON, Sheriff.
Towanda, December 30, 1844. S
NOTICE is h6aby given to the
Militia of the sth regiment. (former
; ly part of the 15th) 2d brigade,9th
, division, P. M., that an election will
,r j j be held on Saturday, the 25th day
• ofJanuary neat, for the election of
one Colonel and one Lieut. Colonel
for said regiment,, and one Major
for the first battalion, and one Ma
jor for the second battalion of said
I regiment. The first battalion ,
posed of the townships of Athens,
- • 1 . Ulster, Shesheqiiin,. Litchfield and
Athena borough. will meet at the house of E.
S. Mathewson, in Athens borough. The 2d
battalion, composed of the townships of Wind
ham. Warren, Pike and Orrell, will meet at
the Stone Tavern in Windham township. Polls
to be opened at 10 o'clock, A. and close at
6 o'clock, P. M. W. Ej BARTON.
E. Smithfield, Dec. 10, 1044. 5 2d brig. &c.
Marian B. Allen,l
by her next friend I No. 181 Dec. T. .1844.
Adonijah Moody, Libel for Divorce.
vs.- I In Bradford Com. Pleas.
Charles H. Allen.)
MO CHARLES H. ALLEN, the defend
.. ant in the above libel., You are hereby
notified that Marian B. Allen, your wife, by
her next friend, Adonijah Moody, has filed her
petition for divorce from you from the bands
of matrimony. And that an alias subpcena
has been returned, and proof made that you
were not to be fours.' in said county. You are
therefore hereby required to appear at the Court
House in the Borough of Towanda, at the
February term of said common pleas, ma Mon
day the third day of February next. to answer
the said complaint, and shave .cause if any you
have, why the said Marian should not be di
vorced from you.
J. N. WESTON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, 1
Towanda, December 30, 1844. t
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in
terested that William Osborn and Reuben
Park administrators of the eitate of
Daniel Park, deceased,
have filed end settled in the office of Register of
Wills for Bradford county an account of their
said administration in the estate aforesaid, and
that the same will be presented to the Orphan's
court of said county on Monday the third day
of February next for confirmation and allow
ance. JULIUM RUSSELL, Register,
By C. S. RUSSELL, Deputy.
Towage, Dec. 27th, 1844. S
SALE OF REAL . ESTATE.
BY virtue of an order of the Orpban's Court
of Bradford County, will be exposed to
sale by public vendue or outcry at 2 o'clock,
P. M., on Friday, the 31st day of January,
1845, at the Mansion House, on the premises,
the following described real estate, late the pro
perty of Edmund Russell, deceased, to wit: one
tract of land situate in Windham tp., county
of Bradford, bounded on the north by lands of
Henry Russell and Joseph Elahee; on the east
by lands of Joseph Bisbee ; on the south by
lands of Edmund Russell. deed. ; and on the
west by lands of Julius Russell. Containing
ninety-six acres, with about fifty acres improv
ed, with three dwelling houses, one stone and
two framed, and three (framed barns thereon
erected. One other4rect, situate in said town
ship, bounded on the north by the aboVe des
cribed lot of lend and lands of Joseph Bisbee;
on the east 14 , idas of George Pitcher ; on the
south by Ziba Hotchkiss:; on the west by Ja
cob Smith. Containing two hundred acres or
thereabouts: with about fifteen sews improved.
with a grist mill and orofourtb of a saw-mill
and; privileges thereon.
Terms made known en the day of sale.
j Administratrix of Edmund Russell, dc'd.
December 18, 1844.
WATCHES r WATCHESI
i A. M. WARNER.
WOULD announce to his old customers
and the publiCigenerally, that he has
reopened his shop in Vett* & Montsnye's three
story building. south side the public square and
one dooi east of hiontanyees store; and that be
is now prepared to do Id! kinds of
Clock if Mitch Repairing,
onithe shortest notice. bid an' eip!ri
race of eleven years in the business, he is now
fully pleptired.to say that his work shall not be
surpassed by any establishment in the country.
' All kinds of, produce, wood, etc., -taken-in
payment;, • , • 11.
Towanda, Nov: 1.1844:`
appagoas, a, fin;
wteinr, for gala
Keep it: before -.the People
TIIAT the - Old Ding Store, weet side of
the Pnblie Square, ii now receiving the
largeit assortment.of Drugs. and Medicines ever
*Offered in. this market; among which are the
following, viz ; = • * •
pulph. Blue Msre, ' • '
do. Quinine, Nit. Silver,*
)Eng. Caloniel, Quick do; ,
lodid. Patinas, Peperine,
Red. Precipitate, Ipecac, -
White do. Tart. Antimenr,
Spring and Thumb Lancets, Lancet cases &c.,
The attention of PHYSICIANS . is particu•
larly invited to the above articles, they being
just received from one of the most respectable
houses in New York and will therefore be war.
ranted pure and free from adulteration in all
cues, and disposed of at very low prices.
Wintergreen, Cinnamon, Peppermint, Rose
mary, Wormseed, Hemlock,Bassafrass, Lemon,
Lavender, Bergamot, Aniseed, Cloves, Juniper,
Amber, Cajpot, Caraway, Monard, rennti, Al
mond.Origanum, Cedar, Amber, dcc., &c.
The most popular of the day. such as Dr.
Jayne's Expectorant, Wistar's Balsam Wild
Cherry, Sands Sarsaparilla, Dr. Jayr.e's Car
manitive. Balsam Hoarhound, Turtingtonis
Pink Expectorant Syrup, Bateman's Drops,
Andersona do., Lamott's Cough do., Liquid
Opodeldoc; Balsam Honey, Preston Salts, Mrs.
Gardners fßalsam Liverwort and Hoarhonnd,
Dr. Spoons' Digestive,Elixor,Dr. Munns Elix.
of Opium, Dr. Benjamin Godfrey's" Cordial,
*Dr. Weaver's - Worm Tea, Cheeemen's Arabi
an Balsam, Balm of Columbia, Butler's Mag.
nesian Aperient. Henry's do., Dr. Thompson's
Eye Water, British Oil, Harlem do., Maccaesar
do., Bear's do., Grave's Hair do., Croton do.,
together with . many others to numerous, to men
Compound Cathartic, Gregory's Hoope►a
Female, German, Lees Windham Billions,
Miles"flimatto, Brandreth's, Wright's Indian
Vegetable, Dr. Phinney's, Webstet's, Moffats
and Hiders, Alebasis. - Bishops, &c., &c.,
PAINTS, OIL & DYE STUFFS.
White, Red and Black Lead; Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Prussian Blue,
Rose Pink. Sugar Lead, Litharge. Blue Smalls,
Venetian Red, Vermtlli.n, Turmeric, Annatto,
Indigo, Copperas. A Hum: Crude, Tartar, Cochi•
neat, Solution of Tin, Verdigris, Blue Vitrol,
Glass 7by 9. 8 by 10, and 10 by 12, Putty,
Linseed Oil, &c., &c.'
A. D. MONTANYE, DRUGGIST.
Towanda, Oct. 25, 1844.
COLOGNE WATER by the ounce, pint,
quart, or gallon in fancy bottles or other
wise to suit the Ladies, at
M 'NTANYE'S DREG STORE.'
THOMPSONIANS you will 6nd'Cayenne
Pepper, Gum Nturrh", Barbary' Bark and
other ingrediants stet as are used itr Vuepisc
lice at MONTAN YE'S DRUG STORE.
Oct. n, 1844.
PAINT Hair , Shaving, Tooth and ;Coil
MONTANYE'S DRUG STORE.
BLUE Writing Fluid by the ounce, pint,
quart, Gallon or_Barrell, Black do., In
dellible and India, first quality at
MODiTANICE'S DRUG STORE.
October 25, 1844.
CANDIES, Raisins, Liquorice; &c., for the
boys and girls. at
MONTAN YE'S DRUG STORE.
Oct. 26, 1844.
FEWEST e G p oops,
BURTON KINGSBERY, has just remit
ed and is now opening a splendid assort
meat of FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Pry, Goods. Groceries, Hardware,
1 ` Crockery. Paints, Oil, Dye
Shp, 4.c., 4.c.
wllieh he will sell very cheap for Cash
rciande, Sept. 7, 1844.
Will be done on short notice, and warranted to
be well done. From a long experience in the
tinsiness, he believes that - he will be able to ren
der perfect satisfaction to all who may favor
him with their patronage. _
i N.B. Watches warranted to !tin well one
;ear, or ,the money refunded; and a written
greement given to that effsat to all that desire
I CLOCKS.—A large assortment just receiv.
E"l and for sale very low for cash.
If you want to buy. Jewelry cheap call al
hamberlin's Watch Shop.
Ash H. ea kt Y mp & co.
No. 3 Brick Bowl
Hyoschnites, Adhesive Piaster,
OILS AND • ESSENCES.
Watch and Clock Repairing.
Jr. 4. CII4.INBERLI.r,-
forms his friends and rho
public that he btill contin
ues to carry on the above
business at his old stand,
One door south of Elliott
& Mercur's store, and
ready opposite the Hey
i 7- : 1" k -ft
i _ - dia ,
I "% TIP.
I( a „',..,.#,,
. .. .., ~...-..,..
kl . 6. , -e2 - -
Watch and. Clock Repairing,
A 1.1. persons indebted to the estate of Sam'l
j eL -Lewis, late of Warren township, deed •.‘
are requested to make immediate payment, and
all those having demands against the same re
quested topresent them, legally attested for set
nta. . • ' E.DULLOPK,
D. A .CAREY. •
Warren, Dee. 5, 1844. Administrators.
4 ADIES LOOK HERE! Cashmeres, AI-
M paces's, Muslin de Lane's of the most
beautiful patterns just received and for tittle low;
very low, fa! cash b 7 O. D. BARTLETT.
• 10000; MAJORITY I
II'MBE extbseriher ban just received a large
'and - splendid Variety of NEW GOOD
exited to the season, which he will sell at MP.
Star -low for eash. 0. D .'IIA WllllTl'.'
- Towanda, Nov. 11,1814. .
BOOT & SHOE MAKINO.
On:my own books awl
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i • ID HARNES
EL1144.3:411 SMITH boar',
11 AVE commenced the manufacture o
'Saddles, Bridles, Harness, See., &c., i.
the borough of Towanda, in the building for
mcrty occupied by S. Hathaway, two door
west of 1. H. Stephens' tavern, where they wit
keep constantly on hand, • and manufacture 1.
Elastic fJ'eb, Common_ and Quilted
Carriage Trim Ming
done to order.
Mattrasses, Pew• and Chair Cushions mad.
on short notice and reasonable terms.
The stkbscribeni hope by doing their wet'
well. and by a strict attention to business,
merit a share of public patronage.
EI.KADJAH SMITH & 20N.
Towanda, May 14, 1844.
SADDLE, HARNESS &,V"
SUBSCRIBER- respectfully Went
his old friends and the public genera_
thit he is uow carrying on the above helm.:
all its various branches, in the north part e
the building occupied by 11.1bornas. ns s Hr
shop, on Main street, nearly opposite Mcrae'
store, where he will be happy to accomode
old and new customers.
of ie fittest fashion and be mairtials sill
o to order on moderate terms for ready R
7yl t kinds of country produce will be take
in (exc • sago for work.
April 17, 1844
D. C. •H ALL
Against the World for Stuirs!!
NIHE subscriber has just received the grer
est variety of Stores ever bruughtiblot ,
county of Bradford such as Crosses pant Lo
Drum Oven Cook Stove; Crosses high oN
cooking stove; Cross' no 3 Parlor coat,
stove with the elevated oven; Liming Too
cooking stove; parlors of ,driri rent sizes
shapes; Climax cooking No. 3& 4 wi h 3 a
4 boilers; No. 2, 3 & 4 cooking, with 3 and
boilers; Na 3 & 4 six plate and church slot•
which the subscriber will sell at the moat red ,
ced prices for cash, shingles, e heat or oat,
also intends to keep constantly on hand on
sortment of Russia and conanon iron stove in
and elbows. sheet zinc, stove creaks of all star
coal scuttles &c.; with a good 9ssortreint
tinware wholsale and retail. Sheet Iron Drum
Stove boilers, Tea kettles. Dripping pans, co
doctors, Live troughs, with every kind of j.
work in his line made and fitted up to order o
short notice. Also. stov e trio mines it ehal•
sale and retail may be obtained at his rrautife•
tory on the most reasonable terms.
Towanda. Oct. 10, 1844.
rIOT.YA RN and Carpet Warp. Color.
1,..) end White this day eds dat "So.
111 IS OF LETTERS rernaininp in t:
Pot.t - Offire at Athena, Pa., quarto:en ,
lug o ft .. 31 , 1844.
Brooks T 1 ~, if
so on :i t ie g r: o m t:c e dv r , v vi i
i P i I c a '. i 111
Beam Eli F
Campbell Albert 'Northvkny L.
Curry Ezeket 2 Overton W H
Chandler Martha.Playfoot James.
Chatman Artemus - Paine David
Devaloe John Preston Abel
Drown Mary Miss Rose-John
Elston Richard Rensltsw Mikel
Finch R S Sparkea H S
French Mary Ann Miss Stone Luther
Gordon John' SOwyer 2-amorl H.
Gillett Benjamin • Smith Elhae Mils,
Gillett Nathan Step hens Lu th er
Huston Thos Dr Tozer Julius Jr.:
Hoos Nicholas Wamuun John
Hudson Alvin 8 Wells W C
Jinks Elisha Williams A U
LimhertsCin 0 D 2 Wright Perm
Lape Tiros Rev Williams Samuel
M"Dowell John Weed Dennis
Middaugh Daniel !.. , Willis* HJr
M cker Peler W . , Williston Horace
M'Kinuey Samna Willson_Wm l i
. C. s. PARK F's.
• A thens, 2' , 1845 .
RIGHT% VEGETABLE 8114
W for sale at
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September 7. k
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