Bradford reporter. (Towanda, Pa.) 1844-1884, May 21, 1845, Image 3

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    IttiODE ith.AND..---Mr. Brownell, or
ithoae Itlatid; has introduced a bill in
the Legislature, granting a General Ash
nesty to Dorr, and all imprisoned
him. The Providence Gazette says ; '
!' The introduction of thenmnesty
nate ye-
Restoration Bill, in the
'day, by Mr. Brownell, of South Rings
ton, .shows conclusively that the libera
tion Whigs do not merely dealin promi
ses. The prornpt action of one of their
mos t prominent. men in this matter,-is
worthy of all praise. Mr. Dorr will be
vithout doubt a free man, in the course
ea fewhours, and we shall hail the
event and harbinger of a return of our
people to peace and tranquility."
, 'We regret to state the anticipations of
t he Gazette have not been realized, as
i ve have received information since, the
:hove was in type, that the Legislature
o f ghode Island adjourned without lib
aging the persecuted Doer, to meet
gain in Newport on the fourth Monday
The Act of Amnesty introduced in
the Senate was referred to a select corn
vittee, 'consisting of Lieut. Gov. Dimon,
f f Bristol, John 11. Weeden, of North I
p r ovidence and Joseph Smith of War
ta, with instructions to report in. June.
The tote on the reference was IS to 14 4 .
In the House a Resolution was intro-
do t ed by Fenner Brown to appoint a
~irommittee to , prepare a Bill providing
'for the Liberation of Dorr. The Reso
lution was laid on the table by a vote of
38 tci?.
An act was passed liberating Messrs.
lemon!' and Heath on 'their taking
:natli of allegiance. R
}IEADED•—TOhn M. Betts; who tried
to head Captain Tyler, was defeated
for Congress, at the late election in
k.: HENDRICK B. WRIGHT ' S appointinen
-Treasurer of the Mint, at Philadel
phis, has not been officially announced
'SicitsEss.—lt is needless to wrap the
body in flannels, to shield tt from the
• pernicious,effects of the easterly wind,
if the , blood is itia corrupt and diseased
state. Active medicines should be ta
ken at this season to drive corruption,
in every , shape, from the body—and
1 then, and not till then, can health be
looked for. To effect this desirable
object, no article is so fit as the justly
famous Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills.
No medicine yet discovered so corn
pietety eradicatei - from the system all
:1 injurious particles that have a tendency
to prevent the healthful operations of
die machinery of life. They cleanse
the srach, liver and other organs, and
thepeedily restore the suffering pa
tient to health and happiness.
For sale at the store of J. D. & E.
P. Montanye, in Towanda, and by
agents published in another column of
this paper.
_ gigr Caution.—As counterfeiters
are abroad, avoid all stores of doubtful
character, and be particular in all cu.
seg, to , ask for Wright's Indian Vege.
Ia Troy, on Sunday evening, April 27th, by
• Rev. Isaac Todd, A Latotv BCDD, of Colum
bia, to Miss CatisTtA Panaoss. of Troy.
111 R A -h i, MIX & SONS',
k RE now opening at their store Ik beautiful
AIL and cheap lot of SUMMER GOODS,
dowtfrom the City, .which will he sold for
Cash, as low as can be bought at " The Sa
vings Bank," or at any . store in town—salLand
Towanda. 19th May, '45.
North Branch Canal.
voncE is hereby given that the Books of
COMPANY war' be opened' on TUESDAY
the sere:ltem - 41h day of June next, at two o'
clock in the afternoon at the Phcenix Hotel in
Wilkesbarre, Pa., where the undersigned, Corn.
nassioners under the law for that purpose m
ated, wilt Snead to receive subscriptions for
;fork for said 'company.
G. M. Hollenback,Chester Butler,
Holland., Geo. P. Steele,
E. W. Sturdevant,Garrick Mallery,
Rob't A. Parrish, C. L. Ward,
V. E. Piollet, N. Overfteld.
S. ts. Phelps, 1 'Henry Stark,:
William .Cott, S. F. Headley,
M'Kelvy, l George Mack,
Joseph Priestly Thos. P. Cope,
'Henry King. Elihu Chauncey,
Henry Brinker. ,
Wilkesbarre, Pa 4 May.l4, 1845.
ELK.4.4".4101 SMITH so.r,
ESPECIT LILLY inform that they still
ILL continue the manufacture of Saddles,
Bridles, Hanna, &c.,in Col. Mix's building,
next door to J. C. Adam? Law Office, where
they will keep constantly on band, and manu
facture to'order,
Elastic Web, Carnau3n and _Quilted
i:4/Intigag a _
• , carper Bags,
Trunk:, -
Valises, 4c. 4-c.
and Military Won
CaniagC Triinming
:done to cadet'.
Mattrasses, Pew 'and Chair Cushions made
011 abort notice and reasonable terms.
The subscribers, hope by doing their work
lloind by a strict attention to business, to
Brit a share orpublic patronage.
Towanda, May 21,1845.
11 TONS IRON, (assorted) just received
%ntl for sale by C. REED.
Keep it before the reopie
HA G. E. FLYNT & CO. are fetal!.
Jt ing the largest and best assortment of
Dry Goods and Groceries, and are selling very
Keep it before the Peoplp,
That credit and lumber prices are 'high, and
that cash prices am exceedingly low
Keep it,before the People,
That Cash will do treaders in the way of buy
ing goods cheap.
Keep it before the Peopie,
That G. E. Flint & Co. are actuilly selling'
goods for cash, at prices from lb to 20 per
cent cheaper than they were ever known tie
fore,—call and see.
Keep - it before the People,
That Goods Of all descriptions can, be patella
sed as cheap as at Bimini, Owego, or even
Binghamton. Be sure arid call at
HANGINGS, a first-rate assort
mane at G.E. FL YN T & CO'S.
CARPETIIiciS, Ingrain - and Cotton-Car
/feting, some beautiful patterns at
Mai 20. G.E.FINNT & CO'S.
1110)ALM LEAF HATS of all qualities and
Jr - descriptions at the new store of
May 20. G. E. FLYNT & CO,
0 TEPHEN HATHAWAY informs the
public generally that he is still prepared
to manufacture, of the best material, and in the
most substantial and elegant manner, all e
scriptions of Boots and Shiva.
Morocco. Calf and Coarse Boots and Shoes
Ladies' shoes and gaiters ; youth's do.
AU work made by me will be warranted to
be well made. bait and try.
Country Produce taken in payment for work
Towanda, May 21, 1845.
TS HEREBY GIVEN that there will be ex
posed to public sale at the Exchange Hotel
in Monroeton, on the 7th day of JUNE next, at
1 o'clock, P. M., $lBO TOWANDA BANK
money, to the highest bidder for cash.
By order of the board of School Ilirectora,
3 .PHINNEY, Treasurer.
Monroeton, May 21, 1845.
11510 Y virtue of a writ of Vendittoni Expanse
EIP issued from the court of common pleas
of Bradford county, to me directed, I shall ex
pose to public sale at the house of Wm. Briggs
in the Borough of Towanda, on Thursday the
19th day of June rent at one o'clock P.
M., the following described lot of land situate
in Asylum township. bounded on the north by
lands of Matthias Lanning, on the east by
lands of Samuel Raiford, on the south by lands
of David Thurston, on the west by lands of
Edrick Preston. Containing 60 acres more or
less, about 20 acres improved, with two log
houses and one log barn thereon erected.
. Seized and taken in execution at the suit o
Icgbant 4- Horton ye. Daniel Varga:Lon.
.1. N. WESTON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office,
Towanda, May 15, 1845. S
Executor's Notice.
ALLpersons indebted to the estate of Pat
rick Cu mmings, deceased, late of Sheshe
(loin tp., are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and all those having demands against
the same are reqtested to present them, legally
attested, for settlement.
Sheshequin, May 15, 1845. Executors.
, IZI‘,OII7U. CM 9 g3 WC:>UE(O2.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Reu
ben Conklin, late of Towanda borough
deceased, are requested to make immediate pay
ment, andall those having demands against the
same ire requested to present them, legally at
tested for settlement.
W. W. GOODRICH, Executor
Towanda, May 15, 1845.
Fashionable Tailoring !
GEORGE H. BUNTING would respect
fully inform the public that he still con
tinues at his old stand on the west side of Main
street, between Kingsbery's and Bartlett's
stores, up stairs, where he may be found in
readiness to all work in his line in a style not
to be surpassed in Bradford county. Prices to
suit the times. Thankful for past favors,: he
respectfully solicits a continuance and hopes by
strict attention to busine4 and accommodating
terms to merit patronage.
The Spring and Summer FASHIONS have
just been received, aud he is prepared to make
garments in the most fashiJnahle manner.
Particular attention paid to CI UTT'ING, and
warranted to fit if properly made up.
He has the latest Spring and Summer Fash
ions for sale.
Towanda, May 14, 1845.
IN pursuance of an order of the Orphan's
Court of Bradford County, there will he
exposed to public sateen the premises. on Wed
nesday the 15th day of .January, 1845, at one
o'clock P.M, a certain lot of land, situate in
the borough of Towanda, fibt.nded and descri
bed as follows: on the north by land of Wm.
Mix; on the east by, River street; on the west
by land of John N. Weston, and on the south
by a certain lane leading from Main street to
the aforesaid — ,river street; said lot measuring
75 feet on River street and 112 feet on the
aforesaid lane, with a twostory frame dwelling
house thereon. .
Credit will be given for aportiop of the pur
chase money. Attendance will be given by
the subscriber at the time and place aforesaid,
terms of sale more fully made known.
Towanda, December 16, 1844.
The above sale is adjourned to SatanJai, the
21 at day of June next, at the house of Wm.
Briggs, at I o'clock R. M.•
. _
URTON KINGSBERY informs thepub-
JED lie generally that be has just received di
rect from New York. City, bis spring stock of
Goods. It comprises a very general assort
ment of Dry Goods, Groceries. Hardwere ate.
His goods , heals been selectee with much care,
and will be sold as cheap as can be bought to
Towanda. Call in and see it it is not so.
Towanda, April 30, 1845.
Corner of, the Mile Spare & Main Street.
risilE•blegest end.chestiestlot of goods ever
• ja. offered iir Bradford county is now open
ing at the . aboircjitare. )'Tliemost fashionable
Goods of the Sewn, such as Biliarinee, Lawns,
arc., with - every variety of Print manufactured
in the Unitid 'States,- All the new styles of
Sommer Goods for Gentlemen boys and youth:
BOOTS 4- snora of. any quantity and
any price.
•20 doe. HATS st the lowest possible price.
GROCERIES' of all kinds and HARD.
WARE in abundance.
Returning sincere:thanks for the very liberal
patronage they have, heretofore receivede they
pledge themselves to sell as cheap as goods of
the.same quality can be pirrchased in this or
any of the neighboring villages. • We would
therefore advise our friends to eaU before Or
'chasing elsewhere.. • ,
May 12, 1845._::-, •
UM= 11107/1
ririliE.subscriher has just returited 'from N .
York with a splendid assortment of
Spring and Summer goods, which be offers
for sale at least fifteen par cent. cheaper than
goods have even been, or ever will be sold in
this 'horough. His stock consists of foreign
and domestic Dry Goods- such as French. En
glish and American Cloths, Cassimeres. Sati
net% Kentucky Jeans, Summer stuff& A
splendid Assortment of Prints of all prices, also
a full supply of Brown - and Bleached goods,
also, Fancy Goodin, such as Linen Handker
chiefs, Black, Blue Black, Plaid and striped
Silks, Thread and Muslin Edgings, Ladies and
Gentlemens Cravats, Bonnet Ribbons, Damask
and Mouselin de Lain Shawls, Parasols and a
thousand articles too numerous to mention.
GRQCERIES—Brown, Loaf and Crushed
Sugars, St., Croix, Portirico and New Orleans
Molasses, Cognise and American Brandy, Hol
land Gin, Teas, dte., also
Crockery, Glass, Nails, Hardware &c. &e.
AU persons desirous of purchasing goods
low, will do well to give him a call before pur
chasing elsewhere.
Butter, Eggs, Cheese end Grain taken in
payment for Goods. CHARLES REED.
N 0.2 Brick Row.
Towanda, Mey 12, 1845.
TEAPOLIT'AN, Dover braids, and Lace
1.14 Lawn Bonnets, for sale low by
May 12. C. REED.
BALZARINES, Lawn Gingbams. and
French Lawns for Ladies' dresses for
sale by C. REED.
G. E. EL I^XT tif CO.,
WOULD respectfully announce to the ,
inhabitants of Towanda and, vicinity,
that we are receiving an entire new dock of
Goods, at•
No'. 5, Tracy's New Block,
Two doors below Tracy & Moore, Mainatreet,
consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockeryi.
Iron, Steel, Nails, Boots 4- Shoes; and for the
Ladies we have a good assortment of MILLI
NERY GOODS. Besides, Ten Thousand
Notions, not to be enumerated, all of which
were purchased under the sue, ion hammer, ex
pressly for this market, and will be sold without
reserve, and Positively Much Cheaper than at
any other , establishment in Towanda. All who
favor us with a call, may be assured that their
interest will he to call again.
o:3' Be sure you are right—No. 5, Tracy's
New Block. GEO. E. FLYNT & CO.
Towanda, May 12, 1845.
Competition in, the . Shade !
is-UST RECEIVED, a full assortment of
eV superfine French, English and American
CLOTHS. Together with a full assortment
of medium, and low price black, blue black and
fancy colors; •fancy Cassimeres; Settinets of
various styles and colors, making an assort
ment 'of Cloths complete. Also, Trimmings,
of the best quality, constantly on hand. Pur
chasers of Cloths and Cassimeres will promote
their own interest by calling at the New Store,
where all kinds of Goods are selling unusually
low. G. E . FLYNT & CO.
IiEETINGS.-11tourn and bleu. SHEET
ING, an endless quantity. just received by
May 12. G.E.FLYNT & CO.
AFEW CORDS of French, English and
American PRlNTS—rich p a tterns, a t
May 12. G.E.FLYNT & CO.
NEAPOLITAN, Florence & Straw BON
IN NETS, of all qualities and prices. Cha
meleon Ribbims, Artificisls. Ruches, .3tc:st the
UMMER STUFFS—in all their variety,
0 selling cheap at
May 12& G. E. FLINT & CO.'S
& SAGE • have associated
themselves in the Boot anti Shoe Mak
ing business, in the borough of Towanda, and
may be found at the old stand of S. Hathaway,
lately occupied by Elkanah Smith, near I. H.
Stephens' Exchange Hotel. where they solicit
a share of public patronage. They intend, by
a earefd selection of stock, and by attention to
the interests of their customets,to snakes' neat
and durable work as can be manufactuttd in
this portion of the country.
They keep constantly on hand, and will ma'
nufacture to order, morocco, calf and Coarse
boots and shoes; Ladies' Gaiters, shoes and
slips; children's do.; genes gaiters and pumps,
&c., &c. JOHN W. WILCOX,
Towanda, May 14, 1845. .
PSOM, SALTS, Flor. Sulphur, Roll
FA Brimstone, Sup. 'Cott. Soda, Tartaric
Acid, Castor Oil, Pristine. pure extract de Le.
mon, extract of Sarsaparilla, vials 4c. for sale
cheap at BAIRD'S,
May 14. .8 Brick ,Row.
FOLEIEE 1?Z'16311410.40
A perfect JamatNo.3Brick Row!
Wpa. H. 'BAIRD-1k CO., AS USUAL,
are in , the rust boats, with a large and
welt4Lieeted assortment of merchandise in ge
neral.- In the line of, -
. DRl , Toccops, •
we cannot enumerate but .si small number of
artiilC9, but beg leave ;ditty for" he benefit of
the Ladle*, t h at nrefirivir a splendidlissortment
of Pandora muslins, gingham muslin., organ
des, balzarinea, muslin de lathes, (new styles)
painted miudins, Scotch end French ginghams.
atnped tapered jaionet, (a beautiful article for
white dresses) . 200 pfecea French , English and.
A Mariam Prods, - comprising Some of the most
choice and styles; simmer shawls
and tiaras, Victorialakirts, bonnet lawns, oiled
silk, black's/to to Rhine silk, hobineti, Grecian
tarleton and silk lace, black silk veil face, mus
lin edging and ins,erting,Lisle thread and linen
edging, light and dark kid" Gloves, pin nic and
cotton do::: linen" poeket handkerchiefs, fans,
Bonnit iiiitrotti; a great _variety .f 20 boxes-4r
tificinfs, white and black bugle beads ; cotton,
gingham and silk Parasols and Sun "Shades; he
best assortment ever exhibited in TOvranda.
black and light-colored-kid Blips, husking and
ties, do. do., gaiteis and half gaiters, misses
sheep, &c. combs, toilette brushea.&c•
Diamond lawn, shin(' lawn, fluted lawn, wil-
low, modena, plain strawond Rutland straw.
Ladies' and misses' Bonnets. Also, 100 Leg
horn Bonnets, comprising plain Florencebraid,
shell and almond braid, diamond and peddle
braid, shell and imperial do., bird's eye, ditto.
Ladies' and misses' Neapolitan lace, misses'
Leghorn flats, straw cords and tassels, &c.&c.
we are just opening 20 pieces, different styles,
plain and striped double and single milled Cas
simeres. Broadcloths and Satinetta, all colors
and qualities; Summer Cloths, for men and
boy's wear, by the piece or less quantity;—
bleached and brown sheeting', and shirting.;
suspenders, elastic vest backs, &c.
100 doz. Palm leaf hate, 20 doz. Leghorn
do., 5 cases Fur do.-, white, drab and black.
A very heavy stock of Groceries, Hardware,
Crockery, ffe . , *c.
We are prepared to sell at wholesale or re
tail, and will do so as low, (if not a little low
er,) than the same qualities can be bought. at
any store within 100 mites of this place, for
ready pay. And by way of encouraging the
honest and industrious " tillers of the soil," we
will exchange any of our goods for Good But
ter, or Produce of almost any kind. Those,
therefore, who have wisely come to the conclu
sion that it is not good policy to get in debt to
the merchants, will be enabled to exchange the
products of their labor for all articles necessary
to their comfort and convenience.
Yours, is haste,
Towanda, May 5, 1845.
alb BALES Portsmouth SHEETING, the
heaviest and best in market, for sale cheap
at BAIRD'S, No 3, B. R.
1.000 L A n iso B , '*C iaZte a O nr colo YA rf i dar
pet warp, cotton wick, &c., for sale by
May 5. BAIRD'S, N 0.3, B. R .
TONS NAILS, just arrived, and for sale
lird cheap as the cheapest, et
May 5. BAIRD'S, No. 3, B. R.
PAINTS & OlLS.—Pure Linseed Oil,
IF spirits turpentine, dry white lead, ditto
'ground in oil, /Tartish brown, do, white, gum
copal, glue, &c., can be had cheap at
May b. BAIRD'S, N 0.3, B. R.
WINDOW GLASS, all sizes; also Co
pal Varnish, lampblack, putty, &c.,
by& CO:A, N 0.3. B. /2 .
BBLS — . SALT, idst arrired,and
for sale CHEAP of
BAIRD'S, No. 3, B. R.
May 5.
TRAVELING Baskets acd Reticules, a
great variety at BAIRD'S.
PATENT PAILS. Brooms, wire selves,
tea servers, looking glance, etc., at
May 5. BAIRD'S, No. 3, B. R.
497. . of
B u lli a t
y E Ij o H rn E AZ; ,! e and
i u a c n k y .
wheat, Flax seed, Dried Apples and Maple
sugar, for sale cheap, by
May 5. BAIRD & CO. No. 3, B.R.
F lSH.—Codfish, Mackyret and Shad, at
BAIRD'S, No. 3, B.R.
. A Death Blow to all Monopolies!
H. & H. S. PHINNEY, out of the
CP • combination, and are just receiving a ge
neral assortment of FANC Y. AND'STAPLE
GOODS, adapted to the season, which they
will sell for cash as cheep as any other estab
lishment this side of New York. or exchange
them for Lumber or Country Produce. We
particularly advise the public to call and ex
amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Wanted, 1000,000 Shingles, 500,008 feet of
Boards, and Grain without limit.
Monroetnn, April 30, 1845.
NOTICE is given, that the co-partnership
heretofore existing between John Hanson
and James H. Phinney, Jr, of the firm of Han
son & Phinney, is this day dissolved by mutual
Consent. The accounts and notes of the late
firm will remain in the hands of J. H. Phinney
Jr., for settlement; , the business hereafter will
continub In the name of J. H.& H.S.Phinney.
Monroeton, April 29, 1845.
Ohio Grindatones:
'Mick) for farmers for sate low at
To*anda, Feb. 26, 1844.
irloktv & OATS, wanted e 1 thiis tOce
IL/ on account.'
ptßeolis knoiving C ALL
to the eubat4iber, are herehY notified that
they must " fork s - over." Moreover this re=
quest knoWs no distinction of persons, bdt calls
on each and every one ht debt to him to pay
up, that' he may serve his creditors with the
:tame sauce. J. GILtBON.
Towanda, April 22; 1845.
• May be Lad at the Old Stand of
aro itO eh Efalii=o
W/0 uremia, teceivinga new assortment
f GOODS, wbieb are °fired for lbw
er prices for dusk than •goodt have eve!. been
sold in bradford Comity,
Towanda, May I, 18-45.
W - 00 . 1 WANTED!.
Grant's 'Woolen Factory, Ithaca,
-W.ILL have an Agent 'at the following
places to . exchange Cloth of all kinds
forliVool an as good tame if. not better, than
atany' other Factoiy, in' the. Stste,, end trust
Jhat every man will call anti examine for them
selves le:foretrading: ,
Will be at D". Johnson's Leßaisville Honda
and Tuesday June 2d and'3d.
H. Passmore's*Roote Wednesday June 4th.
Ira 11- Stephens Towanda Thursday and Fri
day June 6th end 6tb. - -,"
Nathaniel -Moody Shesbequin Saturday and
Monday June 7th and 9th.
John Watkins Athens Tuesday June 10th.
Brigham's • Tairern •Factoilville Wednesday
June 11th.
The woodment will eonsiol of GRANT'S
Celebrated Sheep's Grey Cloth,
stamp cioxas, CASSIMIRES
Mao, a general assort Bent of : Blacit, Blue
black Adelaide, Invisible Preen, Brown and
• Steel Mixed
'Farmers can reidia from 20 to 25 per ant,
More.than by_ disposing of it imp other way.—
We hope you will call and examine the weight,
body, and quantity of stair in each yard of the
above. mentioned_ Plothe, before purchasing
The highest prietkpaid for Wool, and Cloth
at the wholesale Factory price
All those who had cloths last Year, to pay in
wool this year will bring it in without fail.
Ithaca, May 1, 1845.
PAPER HA NGINGS.—A first rate assort
ment of Wall and Curtain Paper at the
cheap store of W. H. BAIRD & CO.
A FIRST RATE ARK, and lots of ARK
111 L ROPE for sale by-
• WI H. BAMD & CO.
May 14. No. 3 Brie* Row
Doctor Sumner, Dentist,
RESPETCFULLY informs the public
that he way be found ail. H. Stephens'
where be will be happy of wait on those requir
ing his professional services.
Towanda, May 5, 1845.
FRUlT—Raisins by the box, half box and
quarter box. Alto, Oranges and Lemons.
May 5. BAIRD'S, N 0.3, B.R.
AllO the 26th April, on Main street, between
. Mr. Conklin's and the Watering Trough,
Black Silk Lace VEIL. The finder is re
quested to return it to this office or
Towanda, May 5, 1845.
LETTERS Testamentary having been
Granted to the subscribers, on the estate
of Deborah Ennis, late of Standing Stone,
Dec'd. Thoseindebted to said estate are here
by requested to make paythent, and those hav
ing claims, will please present them duly attes
ted for settlement to
Standing Stone, April 30. Executors
FRESH supply, making a complete as
eortateut of IRON just received and for
sale low by 0. D BARTLETT
George Sanderson,
..t.touozni - ) - w &AT It.l.B:cm .
HAS REMOVED his office to the North
side of the public square. Business en
trusted to his care. byjetter or otherwise; will
receive prompt attention.
Towanda, April 3:1845.
p rJoiki •
ARRANGEMENTS have been made by
the subscriber, by which he can facilitate
the transaction of business at the Pension Of
fice. Having had considerable eiperlence in
procuring Pensions, he flattera himself that he
can give the necessary information to those Who
may call on him in this branch of business, -
Office North aide of Public Square.
Towanda, April 6, 1845:
Second and Last Call 1
THE subscribers have a. large amount of
unsettled accounts and notes, which have
been standing-from ONZ to 01E years, and
which they have determined SHALL BR SIT.
Tittle They have waited patiently through
the recent exciting political canvass, without
asking for their dues. NoW, circumstances
render it necesinny that they should be paid ;
and they would say for once and for all, that
every person. indebted to them musfeome fcir
ward immediately, and pay their accounts, or
suffer the consequences. Will those indebted
heed the warning, or Will they pay cost 'I
J. at H. INGHAM.
Monroctoil, March t 5, 1845.
Overfoit & H. Booth, respect
fully infOrkt the public that having re
cently forted a connection in business, they
will promptly and pimetuallyiender their profes
sional services in Agencies, Collections and
other matters entrusted to their care; and they
respectfully solicit, as they hope they shred de:.
sent., a liberal share of . patronage: Office in
Main street, a few doors south of the Episcopal
church, where one or both will be found dining
all hours of bUsinesa.
TcManda, Jar 13, 1843. •
ArIOVER and Timothy . Seed, an extra in
perior article for sale by
March 19, 1845. B. KINGEIBERY; •
11 0 1:8©0111LEUMEOr 8
INACB and every person knoirlig
&elves to he indebted to the late firin aP
moRrA3Ts& Bane; era respeatfully raqtiest
ed to attend to this last call, to lade and pay
op by, the fint of June nazi, at their account
- or note will be left with is peval. offiCor tercel;
telethon without Intther,delay
.1 4 ;N.fib'r'tt,
March 6,1846. .D.IVIONT ANTE.
Keep it .gefore the People, ,
SAT• the'. Old Drug Mere, west aide of
the Public Square, is now receiving the
largest assortment of Drugs and Medicines ever
offered in this market, among whichr e are the
following, viz
Sulph, Morphia, . Blue Mars, -
• do. Quinine; .Nit. Silver,
Eng. Calomel, Quick do.)
lodid Pot:weir, Peperine,
Tart.• Antimenge
lodine, .
Valerian Root,
Seaeei So
Red Piecipitatcv
White do.
Gentjon do,
Est 'dn.,
Eat. Colyciath',- Colombo do.
do. Gentian, , Pink F • do. .
do. Cicuta. - Senn,
do, Hyostiamns, • Adhesive Plaster,
do. Tarozecum, Cantharides,
Spring and Thumblancetir, Lancelases
' The attention of PII I IBICfANB ia.particn
lady:invited tflt the abovi Elides, they being
just 'received froth one of tbernost respectable
houses in New. York and will therefore be war
rented pure and free fiord adulteration in All
mei, and disp3sa of of very row prices:
Wintergreen; Cinnamon, Peppermint; Rote- ,
'nary, Wormsecd, liendoek,Basasfrass, Lemony
Lavander. Bergamot, Aniseed, Clovea,Unniper,•
Amber, Cajput, Caraway, Monard, Fennel, Al- -
mond Origanum, Cedar, Amber, &c., &c.
The most popular of the day, such as Dr.-
r ayne'S Espeetorant, Wistar's Balsam Wild
Cherry, Sands Sarsaparilla, Dr. "Jayne's Car.
manitive, Balsam Hoarhound; Turtington's
Pink ,Expectorant Syrup, Bateman's Drops,
Andersona do.,Lemon's Cpugh do., Liquid-
Opodeldoc, Basam Honey, Preston Salts, Mrs. ,
Gardners Balsam 'Liverwort and Hoarhound,.
Dr. Spoons' Digestive Elixor;Dr. Monne
of Opium, Dr. Benjamin Godfrey's Cordial,
Dr. Weaver's Worm Tea, - Cheesrnan'a Arabi
an Balsam, Balm of Columbia. Butler's Mag
ni:vain Aparient.. Henry's do., Dr. ThOmpson's
Eye Water, British 011,Harlem do., Maccassar
do., Bear's do., Grave's Hair -do., Croton do.,
together with many others tobumerons to men ,
Compound Cathartic, Gregory's Boopene
Female, German, Lees Windham Billions,
Miles' Tomato, Brandreth's, Wright's Indiarr
Vegetable, Dr. Phinney's, 'Webster's, Moffat"
and Bitiers, Alebasis, Bishops, &c., &c.,
White, Red and Black Lead; Cbroine Green ;
Chro me Yellow, Yellow Ochre,Peussirm Blue.
Rose Pink, Sugar Lead, Litharge, Blue Smelts,
Venetian Red, Vermillion, Turmeric, Annum,
Indigo, Copperas, Alum, Crude, Tartar, Cochi
neal, Solution of Tin, Verdigris, Blue Vitrol ;
Glass 7by .9, 8' by 10, and 10 by 12, Putty ;
Linseed Oil, &c.; &e.
A. D. MONTANYR, Darnorwr,
Towanda, May 21, 1845: .
ted himself at MONROE, for the prac
tice of ,his profession, hnd will be pleased to
wait In those requiring his services. He may
be found at .1. L. Johnson's tavern.
Reference may be merle to . Drs. MiSTO7/ &
MAsoN, of Towanda. , April 23, 1845.
ALARGE amount is still due, on the books
of the Bradford Porter, rot advertising,
job work, and newspapers, previous to tbo 4th
of December, 1843, which MUST be arranged
is some manner soon. May court will be a
good occasion. for those knowing themselves in
debted, to call at the Reporter and settle up,
which may be a matter of'ecohomy.
Towanda, April 22, 1895.
ly YBBEB MERCUR has removed his
au Law Office to the room one door east of
the office formerly ocwnpied by Adams & !der
cur. Entrance as before at the west side of
Montanye &Betts' building. * -
December tO, 1844.
04 V 8 ll.Vard,
s REMOVED to the North side of the
j Public Bqm°, in the room formerly occu
pied by D. "Wilmot. March 22, 1845,
Direct from New York City !
iIIAMS M. OILLSON; has just received;
OP direct from New York City. an esitensivo
assoiiment of splendid . ,
Wattles 41- Jetbelry Fancy Goods;
vr hicfi insist be disposed of at •abroe price, and
will be. Just step in, at the Welt door to the
Post• Office, and take a peep at his nevi goods:
Towanda, April 22, 1845.
i having fanned a copartnership for the
practice of law in Bradford and the adjoining
countiee, will give prompt and careful attention
to, all business *entrusted to their charge. Their
office will he bond in. Towanda; No. 2, Brick
Row,' on the second floor, where one or the
other may be - found at all hosince
Towanda, January 6, 1845.
Watch and Clock itcpairlag,
gt, forms hia. fr h iebdlaild
( the .
. j
, : ci2
,x5 , ,414 p ue u 9 bi t i o e
e t a h i a r t y Lti tht r a n b z
• 1
~ I, •p't business at his old stand;
. i.: :: .;," one dooi sohth of Elifotk
, i 1„ , 7 9...:4,1 . be Mefeur's • aloft. 'anti
' - /:-.1- --- --- ' '' ' . ready 'opposite the Ha,
, tatek- :Crock
Win he done on short nqtice, and trembled to
be well done, , Prom a lon4- 4 epirreiree the
bturinesir, he believes that he will be tilde to ren
der perfect satisfaction tit may favor
trim with theli patrons*: • - •
N: B. Watches warranted to ion well one
year, or the money. refunded; and a written
agtecinent giien io that effez.! to all that desire
ez,oek.§.- A lai g a cosi:lA*6i jirat teceiv
ed,and For sale Very low for cash.
If you want to bay ...Jewelry cheep cell at
Cbdreberlin'is Watch Shair; • '
43;:r MAPLE SUGAR, Wood, end al/kinds
at Couhiry Produce received , in payment.
Towanda, March 5, 1547).