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Whenever there is will, there is a way,"
The folloWing Circular, from the State
Treasurer, shows that he desires to pay the
interest due in August next, and that to accom
plish it, be sill use every exertion, anti give
the most liberal interpretation to the law pro
for raising the mean therefor. Thi s i s
the proper :pint. and if met by the Coolly, -
coomssioners as it deserve_s. the money will
to the Treasury, and the interest paid when
it falls due. Ale perceive that the County
Beard of Philadlphia Imye mud is) she mat
ter, and we pres e ume they will pay in their
tax, ab o ut :F300,000, even ihough they should
have to luau the 'whole amount. W e libpe
other COIIIIIICS Will do the same.
• The importance of making a vigorous and
energetic effort to continue the payment of the
interest doe in AtIVISI, and thus malotain the
edit and honor of our Commonwealth, indu
me to call your particular attention to the
4.2 d section . of the act of the 29th April, 1844;
A compliance with the provisions 01 the act
r eferred to, will save to your ,county five per
rent: of your taxes, and you will have the sat
isfaction of aiding the conummwealth at this
In order to secure so desirable a result, 93
LT as my right extends, I will - give the act a
construction as liberal and beneficial as it will
permit. The quota of the county will be re
ceived. exclusive of the amount of unseated
land tax, inamnuch as it dues not come Within
the sprit and meaning of the act, because its
collection can only ha enforced every second
year ; and an allowance will also be made fur
such amount as may be ascertained to be im
practicatde to collect. This may be estimated
when the payment is made, and the exact
mount ascertained when the duplicates are
illy settled. You wilt thus perceive that the
iay v inent previous t 6 the first of August, as
,rorided in the act, will he greatly advanta
et,us to your county, and ought to be made.
itl,e , h . you should appropriate your county
Inds lor diet purpose. - The propriety of the
;eanure. ifs utility and economy, tire ttreally
I)cre: ,, cd.by consideration of ((tiler prom's
the law referred to, which compels the pay
lient (.1 interest by each county. You)-will
void this, and you Will escape the perplexity
an interest account, which you will be re-
aired to keep
Tht-se cons'iderations, and others n !dell I
flit which the limits of this eirem
r prevent me from presenting, it is earnestly
)pril. n ili tinture a siren!! and united effort.
die part of e+••h county in the Coininon
oalth, in III:1111;1M our enzageinents,
td ::.-cure the St :1- Cr.eu die litimiliatine..
de of amt -it%) tug State. We 1 ani,uur in
ert-st to Fel,ruarv, and v e can do so in Au
ust and Fc'ltn.ry next. if active and prompt
neasurc , are adnivcit in the several counties
f itre Cornmontt enith ; and in case that can
e aN•ninpli,lit.(l,4,ur . credit Is phrt-ti on a sure
and We haulm of our svvttrines ran be
hatp;,,l 19 relieve the Commonwealth
row one to two-iilths of the present rate of in-
Ch ns. , .ments of this year amount to
1 t`..'jt) GI. The net tolls from the canals
la,t year, were 572 97.
etl that this 3 ear will at least, equal
at. al it will dins be seen that these two
nts sre suflielent toiay themiterest, ornear
- so. The amount due front former asse,,s.
,rnts, and the crdinar‘ revenues, will be suirt
tent to i , tly the ordtaary expense's 01 govern-
I present - thig hrief view at this time, 19
show tiril there is no ground for despondenry
and chum; ; hut, on the contrary. the hiLilietit
inducements lo ll , aruce , tmilaut an d f ait hf u l .
Thui:e will lead to tlre h:: - ipiest results.
I would by ply wed ttillrear from you, as I
Ili be desirous of kno .. w;i:cr what action you
tillse on this ciinilnUnic3tion, and
be happy to rer.nve any ,V.2, , Zebt11111,4
• hirli may occur to you .n relauon to this sub-.
•!. Very reqice'fillly,
JAmEs SNOWIIF.V. Slits Treasurer
CIAAS.-I'he editor of the l'..cavene, who
rep eetly relented Iron) ;'etas, speaking ul
e Annexation feelinz, tL,ys
••• J he people in this section (Bastrop) are
`inset unantmons in fa‘or of Annexation--
'bey say that they want no proposition from
gland—can dispense entirely with her modi.
ails and pretend-d good offices. They say,
At they can fret altiao very well without
Interference of France. in any shape, man
; or form—wedded to ;the institutions of the
sited States. and cootteeted with ber people
• ties of closest hinge d, they kink to her.
«I her only. for rowisc and assistance. lit
pendence they do riot hick themselves able
sustain—the Leavy taxation it would throw
nan the planting tuteresis, theipresent doubt-
I credit of the country. combined with the
fight protection they cal look fu` at, home
most Indian and other birder enc. Oachments,
the arguments they use agai st this view
the question. When the pri clamation of
tsident Jones was rectived, r commending
election of deputies lo a C nvention. the
!ument, was looked 'afro as . sriakv "—we
veal a word which wa-Msed; in our hearing
Bastrop. That clause in the proclamation
itch suggests that thefpernhers of the Con
:l6on, alter consideW the proposition for
fie annexation Of Tei,:;vis to lice I:. Si..•slionld
to . consider .• any o i fur ptppop-ition, which
tay he made coneeriongthe nationality of the
lepublic," was regardel ,as a cover to some
lame hostile and toreiti,tto their own wishes.
id at first it Was openly rPrommended that no
fiction for memberr 'Att be held. Recent
ffanations, hove' •e probably induced
people of the NV Toceed in the mat
:, and hold their el is recommended."
DAMAGES FOR NO' OW A ROAD.---We
irn from the Barre ) Patriot that Wm.
'cite. of that town, recent term of the
rprenie Court in 11 '. recovered SSIG
damages agai'4l wn of Phillipston,
an injury he rice !onsequenee of the
ails not being suffl_ ...- broken out. Mr.
'Mite was ridinein aislei z h with another per.
when he carisize I ina snow drift. aed an
which was in the leil s
li fell upon his.liand
wrist, maiming it so ladly as•partially to
give him of its use . for lfe.
". MAY A MAN M 7 411:r t'.:4 VVI6C . S gisrErt?"
appears by a aragr.ph in the St. Louis
reille that the we tern s.vages have decided
question. The ditoriays :—." The ens
l'of the Osages is o has. as many wives as
be afforded * . In the 'e
se.of three dough.
the man who arries he eldest is entitled
th the others . ;rot"' Or otherwise. If
he. claims hem .ist they become old
, without cc emony:'
CEINE, CONFESSION, AND itST SUSPICION.
—Fifteen years ago—says th'Cleveland Plain-
Dealer - --a man committed pe 'utv in Sheldon,
Genesee county, N. Y., by 1 hirh he not only
by the aid of strong eircumstantisl evidence, de
frauded his neighbor of fourfor five hundred
dollars. but also thretv'the stispicion of crime
upon the head'of that neicrtibir.
.. Stung by remorse the p e vrer left that
country and became a wavfarir in the West.
After ninny years, justice laid I t.r heavy iron
grasp upon him, and sent him l e iribution in the
shape of poverty, sickness alcht misery. He
became an inmate of our tokriAtip hospital,
-the poor house. Death was vir nigh to him.
Moved by the pfickings of ift,t conscience
which ' cloth make cowards of u g all," he be
gan-to fear-the monster, and if) call for very
present help in time of troublk A neighbor.
ing clergyman hastened to the s t l ioig• perjurer's
bedside. The man uttered a etc cssion of the
crime. nod as a feeble token o erentanee, re •
quested the whole to be noici down, and
sent hack to the defrauded and despoiled huh
' vidual. ..,,.
The Plain Dealer adds t —lrhe confession
was sent, but so incredible did the story ap
pear, and en fixed were the impressions of the
citizens of the guilt of their i 1 eighbor, that
nought but the highest written fetidence could
remove them. Certificates Of the verity of
the confession were yesterday. sent, and after
I a lapse of fifteen years. the stain loon the fair
fame of the individual has been s. onewh -t re-
I moved." .
DEAOII By 11GIITNINUA man named Ste
yens. in the employ of lehabod Sprague, Esq.,
in the town of Riga, xi•ho was T ilwighing in a
field when the storm arose, struck by
lightning and killed instantly. IThe fluid en
tered the top of his head and cone out at the
chin, making a hole about the st7.e of an ordi
nary bullet; it hen passed doWn its limbs and
went through his foot, tearing cli the sole of
his boot. One of the horses gith which he
was ploughing was killed 40--Buffalo
. ROIIIP, on the 4th inst., by Rev .J.:mvner. Satre
TOW Li.s to LYDIA ANN CIIANIAt, . allot Rome.
In Ronte. on the 12th *inst., by Rev. Jp us Foster,
et4cc, M. D.. of Geneva, N. Mrs. E. S
Do 41:r. of Willtesßerre.
ASSOCIATION OF UN ERSA LISTS
dill meet at Nfonroeton, Bradford cool. Pa.. the last
Wednesday and Thursday of dune, 25tL sod '2Gth inst.
The public are respectfully incited to atTnd.
Portraii Painiinff, by V. 11 Perkins,
- 15,TOICi'H SIDE of the eqUare. in tit -ootn over 1.
II C. Attains' Lae" Office—Col. NE , t block.
I.d..ene..ses umlauted. Tran,parrA of any
ize or pattern desired. June lA, IR4`
REMOVED TO .No. 1, Bllak ROW!
RESPECTI'I2 I. Z. informs his
friends and the p I,c that helhos
REMOVED to ? Brick Row,
o. I, there he u continues to
carry oil his old b...tiess of
Watch and Clo .Rrpairing,
-,..,.1,,,;:,...-.." %%bleb will be done a short notice,
and warranted to be well done. Foi r i long experi
ence in the business, be believes that he.iill be able to
render perfeet•satisfaction to all who 4, favor him
with their patronage. 1
N. B. Watches warranted to run wt:: one year, or
the :floury refunded; and a written at te.ent given
to that eficz• to all that desire one.
CLOCK.'.—A large assortment just received and
fore Ile very rum for cash.
If you want to buy Jewelry cheap call at Cham
berlin's Watch_ i hnn, No. 1, Brick flow.
AtAjtj,y,•.suCiA R. Wood, and all kinds of Coun
try r-rotluct.rrreived in payment.
Towanda: J ure IS,
•• Be sure the cashier is right'iand then ahead."
PERSONS holding (or not:holding) It'll 'on the S
avings Bank arc requested not to he l p r my. ns to
the ultimate BUCCPSS 01 our institution as it , sound to
tic '• core," being assured that the •• ery not
only fine, but are increasing daily with i 'license" to
extend the business to any amount. and soton he
able to declare a dividend on the capital it ek. With
nor facilities for purchasing goods cheap. : d th e N ew
York market at our command, we are prela...sl to set
all competition aside, not however witiout cautioning
the public to
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
fi4here are many unauthorized and iv I enCtiled
codhterfeits and well calculated to deceive those who
ate not judces, but upon close inspertm4 it will be
seen, that, the private" mark 18 higher Ilds on the
c.lnuirtid notice, that nane are " timonipure" unless
hp;lie at theiliottom of each ULM our owp sand writ
ing G. E....Pnt & Co. All lovers of acazisgUr New
Goods, antHiieop, are requested to call an& t rianaine, as
seeing it ilielieving." Receiving New Goola almost
June I. G. E. FLY YT & CO.
Another Arrival of New Goods at 6(
TOWANDA CASH STORE.
Erjf 8. & M. C. lIERCUR : are receivicv: n ew sup
fa. plea of Goons from zcew Y ork, ahro,t every
seek., which they are prepared to sell as they h ave i ven
selling all the season, a Intle l cheaper than; any other
e,tablishment in Towanda, and as cheap ari the swie
quality of Goods can be purchased at retail in toy town
in the UnitFn States. They !neither" skin rnis" nor
share theirjcu,tomers, but attend solely to t e business
of :mying dimils cheap, and selling them- a riadingly.
'they have just received a new supply of chettings.
Prim's, I lost'ery, G lort,s, 4c. 4-e.
ALSO—An additional assortment of HARDWARE.
—Another stock will be received nest work.
June 12, 1545. . U. S. 4- Al. C. MErJ.37II.
Let it K.lloWll to all Pintolis,
That I, Jas. Gillsou,i
.11AvE on id, and constantly receiving, and am
now opening a large and splendid assortnentof
goo•ts in my line of busindss, Siotin Brjck Rowl:\ DA,
0,4,0 r 5, but No. 100 Old Arcade, bctwee4 the old
Post Office and Hay Scales, where C.m be MO at all
tine; splendid Gold and Silver Watches of win) , des
cription:from a chrOnometer movement to a common
Silver,Watch. Gold and Silver ware' of different de
scriptions, from Gold diamond rings and bro.st pins,
Joan to three centers. Clocks, Violins, and other in
struments of music too numerous to embody in an ad
vertisement: Call and see.
And I J. M. U. am determined not to be OLt done
by any person or persons, or combinations or set of men
in trade whatsoever, not by flints skinned or unstinned,
or by Beards long or short, blue black or gray, or any
kind of Beards or flints whatsoever, for be it known and
let all nations know the facts, that my goods were se
lected with great care and pu-chased with the ready,
arid,will be disposed of for the same, and at lower. pri
ces than were ever before offered in this place, other
people . B prices to die contrary notwithstanding. 1 in
vite you all to come, come all at once if you can, and
you shall all he attended to. Don't fail to call one
door south of the Cheap Cash Store of Elliott and Met
B. Pedlars supplied with combs, buttons, nee.
filer, phis, and Yankee Traps at New York prices, and
all kirids at watchmakers matenals at wholesale.
June 18th, 1844. JAMES M. CILLSON.
IZOADCLOTES and Cassimeres of 'all shades
land:qualities at very low prices. may bo found at
June 1845. WELLS & SATTEBLEE'S.
ASPLENDID stock of linen and cotton Goodifiki
gentleman's wear. Also, Kid, linen and cotton
cloves—neek and pocket handkerchiera and Italian cm.
vats of all grades, may bo found at
JLth e' C 9, 1815, WELLS 4.• sArrERLErs...
& , 71fitummaxr Out 0.0 9
t the Elmira Cheap. Cash Store,
.Aro. 1, Brick Row.
S. CHAMBERLIN respectfully informs the
• public that he has purchased of I. B. Wood &
their stock of goods, and has just received a new
illy. which renders his assortment of Drugs,Medi
rs. Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs and Family Goceries
plete. His stock consists in part of the following
Ar ..w mot
,dm jobs Jo tallow )
Bet uttoes tar
Bat am honey
810 .1 root
lint ,tn Fir
Bla k drop
Bar y Pearled
Bat man's drops
13u ongly Pitih
Corro , ive sublimate
Liquorice ball and root
Essential oils, all kinds
Sugar Lead •
Ven. turpentine, &e.ace.
A complete variety of GROCERIES. such as Tea.
Sugar, Coffee, Starch, Raisins, Cinuamon,Soda Crack
ers, Ginger, Pepper, Eng. Currants, Nutmegs, Tobacco
and Snuff, ,Candles, &c.
Epsom - salts
A complete assortment of Paints, Dye-stuffs, Win
dow Gls,,s. Patent Medicines, &c.
Towunda.June 16, 1645.
Regimental Orders !
FflilHE enrolled militia comprised within the bounds
of the Ist regiment. are hitreby notified to appear
at the house of Charles Bennett. in Standing Stone,on
Saturday the 28th day of JUNE inst.. armed and equip
ped as the law directs, for military inspection and drill.
Said Roginent under the new arrangement made by
the proper ollic‘ rs, includes the followrng townships.
and the horoach of Towanda.—Rome. Wysox. Stand
ing Stone. Wyalusing, Renick, Flpringhill, Asylum,
Albany, !dome, Towanda and Durell—each township
forming sepantte companies.
The conirufssioned officers of the Volunteer battalion
commanded r j COI W ELLER, are respecttully invited
to appear on v rade with the Ist Regiment.
P.C. WARD, Colonel.
Colonel's Office, Greenwood. June 12, 1845.
claillY virtue of a writ of Als. Vend. Expo. issued
CP- from the court of common pleas of Bradford
county, to me directed I shall expose to public sale
at the house of Win. Briggs in the Borough of.To
wanda, on Thursday the 3d day of July, 1845, at
one o'clock P. M., the following &ce ibed piece or par
cel of land bittitite in Litchfield, and bounded as follows,
to nit: On the north by land of Peter Myers, on the
east by Benj. Stackbouse and Vanduzen 'field, on the
south by Z. Tidd, and on the west by Cyrus Bloodgood.
Containing 100 acres, more or less, with about GO acres
improved, one framed house and one framed barn, and
one log barn, and other out houses thererin erected, with
so orchard of grafted fruit.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Wm.
Norton to the use of Nehemiah Platt vs. John S. Rog.
Towanda. June 14, 1845.
J. N. WESTON, Sheriff.
WELLS & SATTERLEE arc receiving from
New York, their second stock of Spring and
Summer Cools, consisting of a choice and general stack
of all articles kept in country stores and will 'be sold as
cheap as at any store in the country for cash, produce
or approved short credit. Please call and examine our
stork and prices. WELL ES A: S ATTE RLEE
Athens, June 9, 1845.
PRVIE Ladies will find printed lawns, rutrlaitres,
zarines, and prints for summer ; and bombazines,
alparras and merino goods for winter dresses. Linen,
cotton & worsted mitts, gloves and hose ; black, blue
Mark, striped and plain silks in patterns; for sale very
June 9. WELLES & SATTERLEE'S.
GLASS, OILS & 25 Kags Duncan
non Nails from 3d to 40d. 341, 5-16, 1.2, 5-8,
3-a, 7-8, 8.8, 10-8 Duncannon round and square Iron ;
band and hoop Iron of all sizes. Also, 5 tons Lycom-
Mg and Centre county Iron of all kinds and shapes ev
er culled for—including 400 lbs. nail rods. Also, cast
and E. B. 4 American Meal, all of which will be found
WELLES & SATTERLEE'S
A r, RAIN and grass scythes. scythe snaths, grain era
- - files and scythes, stones and rifles; hoes, axes,
rake:, hay and manure forks ; Ames' shovels snades
scoops, hammers, hatchets and a general stock of hard
ware may be found at the store of
June 9. WELLES & SATTRRLEE.
NIiNE A. THE R—Saltmaroh. Overton & Co's hest solo
tg and upper leather—calf and kip skins always on
hand in exchange for cash and hides, very low et
June 9. WELLES & SATTERLEE'S.
JARSIERS.-20.000 LBS. OF BUTTER, either
in roils or firkins wanted at the highest market
price for goods by .3
Juno 9. WELLS & SATTERLEE
100 13 b 1311 : L
a A h K r E .T S, s.. y e a a ' i at ten Ebilangs per
ar WELLES & SATTERLEE'S.
It is already before the People,
THAT NO. 3 can beat the world selling GOODS
it is already ltepre tlie.people.
That the hest goods and cheapest goods in Towanda
can be found et No. 3 Brick Row.
It is alrearly,before the people.
That No. 3 can skin any Phut in Towanda, without
injury to one " jack knife."
It is already before the people, •
That No. 3 can't be undersold per cent., much
leak 15 or 20.
It is already before the people.
That one of our farm started for N. York, on the 7th inst.
It soon will be before the people.
That No, 3 has received a large addition to their win
sive stock of goods.
Now Ladies and Gentlemen don't 411 come at once
will wait upon you as, fain as we can : we expect
another clerk in u few 'days and will then try not to
rend our cuattunara away for want of time to wait upon
them. W. H. BAIRD & CO.
June 10th-1845. No, 3 Brick Row.
• Hcmul►pathic Physician.
WiIkOCTOR4L. PRATT. would rcepectfully inform
the cititens of Towanda and its vicinity. that he
will be happy to be of essential zanier, to those who
need medical aid: From his experience in the system
which he adopts. he flatters himself that tho community
will be well pleased with its effects upon the various
diseases which "flesh is heii -to." Ilia office can be
found at the residence of L. E. De Wolf Esqr.
Towanda, ]one 7th 1845.
FIRST RATE ARK, and lota of ARK ROPE
for sale by W. B. BAIRD & CO.
May 14. No. 3 Brick Row
H 0! . FOR. THE T ARS
stem eqiciala &an) ouritiaro
suseribers now have on band all kinds of Mer
chandise for the season, and shim they do not
pledge themselves to sell lower by 10 or 20 per cent.
than their neighbors, yet sk y d o pke ge fi tino elon to
sell as law for rash no can he bought at soy house in
town. Elmira. Owego or Binghamton,
May 20,1345. - IL MIX 4. lIONS'.
USTreceived at the Sarin. Ba n k a number (limns
of those cheap Groceries, which mnkes our assort
ment complete. Those who patronise our cash estab
lishment, will derive a decided advardageover those who
imiehase at other stores who do business nu the credit
system, as they are not overcharged equivalent to the
delinquence of those who never pay. No 5, Brick flow.
G. E. FLYNT & CO.
WILL be exposed to sale on Saturday the sth
day of July next, at ono o'clock P. M.. on
the premises, all that certain piers or parcel of land lying
and being in the township of Pike, county of Bradford,
and state of Pa., and bounded LS follows, viz : Begin
ning at the smith east corner of a lot run out to Russel
Wilson, a hemlock tree, thence south or as the line of
the otiginal warrant runs one hundred and two perches
to a beech, for a corner thence west ninety-six perches
to a post, thence east ninety-six perches to the place of
beginning, Containingtfty-seven acres one hundred and
twenty four perches& 8-10 of a perch, with allowance of
six per cent for roads, being pan of warrant lot survey.
ed in the name of James Barrett.
JOHN PHILLIPS, Administrator.
Pike, Juno 7th 1845,
roHE enrolled - Militia of the 2,1 Battalion sth Reg.
9th Division, P. M., are commanded to meet at
the atone Tavern, in Windham township, on Monday
the 30th day of June, at 9 o'clock A. M., armed and
equipped according to law, for inspection and review.
The Ist Bat., of same Beg., will meet at the house of
E. S. Mathewson, in Athena Borough, oh Tuesday, the
first day of July next, at'9 o'clock A. M., armed and
equipped according to law, for inspection and review.
JACOB HARDER, Col
Athena Borough, June.Bth, 1845.
Byvirtue of sundry was of Vend. Expo. issued
from the court of common pleas of Bradford Co.
to me directed. l shall expose to public sale at the
house of Wm. Briggs in Tuwand4, on Thursday the
26th day of June, at 1 o'clock P. M., the following de.
scribed piece or parcal of land situate in the township
of Wyalusing, bounded on the north by land of Austin
Stallard, east by land claimed by L. W. Brown. south
by Meryall road a.. 1 land of N. P. Brown, west by
land of Noah Allen. Containing three acres or therea
bouts, all improved'seith an apple orchard.
Seized and taken into execution at the suit of John C.
.Adams vs. John Elliott and Charles Hornet, Admr'a of
the estate of Humphrey Brown deed.
ALSO—The following tract of land situate in Bur
lington township, Bradford County, Pa., bounded on the
north by land formerly owned by P. Phelps, east by land
of W. Knapp, south by lands of Andrew & Isaac Swam,
John Blackwell and Samuel & William M'Kean, and
west by lands of Geo. Sanderson; containing 300 acres
or thereabouts, about five acres thereof improved, with
ono saw mill, one email framed house, ono log house ea,
a barn shed thereon.
ALSO—One other p;ece of land in Burlington town
ship, bounded on the north and west by lands of Bade
Swain, south and east by lends of Samuel Wheals and
dublic highway ; containing cum acre all improwO, ohs
framed house and a small orchard thereon.
Seized and taken into execution at the suit of Otis
Lincoln to the use of John B. Ford vs. Job Lamm.
ALSO—By virtue of a writ of Levari Facies a cer
tain piece or parcel . of land. situate in the township of
Wyse; in the County of Bradford, bounded northward
ly by lands of Wm. Myer deed. and the Pond Hill
road, and westwardly by S. es J. Owens' land and by
lands of Jacob Myer and H Strope's land, southwardly
by Joseph Conklin, D. F. Barstow and S. Coolbaugli,
eastwardly by S. Patrick's land. lontaining two hun
dred acres & sixty-six perches, with about one hundred
acres improved, with two dwelling houses, one barn, one
waggon house and wood shed thereon erected.
ALSO—One other lot beginning at a corner in the
north line of S. T. Barstow's home farm, thence north
32° east 40 and 5-10 perches to a corner, thence south
52° east 125 p. to a corner, thence south 52° west 40
and 5-10 perches to a corner, thence north 52°, west 120
perches to the beginning. Containing thirty acres, be
ing only the undivided six-ninths of the raid two tracts,
twenty-six acres thereof improved.
Seized and taken in exeLution at the suit of iamb
Myer and Jacob Myer, now to the use of John Knowles
vs. E. R. Myer Atha's. of Wm. Myer decd.
JOHN N. W EsTON. Sheriff.
Elerin's Office, Towanda, May :0, 1845.
CHJIRS ,IND BEDSTE./IDS.
, THE subscribei% still continue
. *to manufacture and keep on hand
7" : 111 ^at their old stand., all kinds of
JIM Cone and It 'cad seat Chairs;
ti. - -k:- g -. :7 also Settees of various kinds
. --"''. -: 4- BEDSTEADS, of every
description. which wit will
...r sell low for cash or produce.-
at1...."'"" TURNING donelo order,
- TONIKINS & NIAKINSON.
Towanda, April 23, 1813.
HIRAM MIX & SONS',
A RE now ,opening at their store a twautifuland cheap
1 7. 4 lot of SUMMER GOODS, direct from the City,
which will he sold for Cash, as low as can he bought
at The Savings Dank," or at any stare in lows—call
and see. Towanda. 19th May, 'O.
A NEW SUPPLY !
BURTON KIN GSBE R Y informs the pubilie gene
rally that he has just received direct from New
York City, his spring stock of Gf'ODS. It comprises
a very general assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware &c. His goods have been selected with much
care. and will be sold as cheap as can be bought m To.
wands. Call in and see it it is not so;
Towanda, April 30, 1545.
I'llElo \'• ANIR
NEW STORE, NEW GOODS AND NEW PRICES !
G. E. PI.Y.IET 4' CO.,
WOULD respectfully announce to the inhabitants
of Towanda anti vicinity, that we are receiving
an entire new stuck of Goods, at
No. 5, Tracy's Ilrew Block,
Two doors below Tracy & Moore, Main street, consist.
ing of Dry Goods, Groceries. Crockery, Iron. Steel,
Nulls, Boots 4 Shoes ; and for the Ladies we have 4 g ood
assortment of MILLINERY GOODS. Besides, Ten
Mounts:4l Notions, not to be enumerated, all of which
were purchased under the sue ion hammer, expressly for
this market, end will be sold without reserve, and Posi
tively Much Cheaper than at any other establishment in
Towanda. MI who favor us with a call, may be enur
ed that their interest will be to call again. .
azr Be sure• you KO Tight.—No. 5. Tracy's New
Block. CEO. E. FLYNT & CO.
Towanda, Map 12, 1845
lOTICE is hereby given-to the enrolled Militia with.
in the hounds of the 241 Brigade 9th division P.
M.. that they will meet in Battalions and Regiments for
inspection as follows : the Ist Bet. 3d Keg. (formerly
129th) will meet onslonday the 23d day of June neat.
2d But. same Reg., on Tuesday the 24th.—let Bat.
4th Reg. (formerly 150,) on Wednesday the 25th. 2d
Reg. (formerly 21st.) on Friday the 27th. lot Beg.
(formerly 16th) on Saturday - the 28th. 2d-flat. 6th ,
'Reg. on Monday the 30th, Ist Bat. same Reg. on
Tuesday the first day of July, &touch places as the seer.
ral commanding officers may direct. Adjutants and
Captains of companies are . also notified and required to
bevel their roll copies ready for delivery, and also their
list of absentees properly authenticated as the law directs.
W. t. BARTON, Inspector,
" Inspector's Office, '2d Brig. 9th Dir.,
E. Smithfield, May 17, 1845.5 • P.M.
A FEW. CORDS of Franch, - Engliah and Amen.
j;111, can PRINT.F....rkh pattern*, at
May Vt. , - O.R.FLYNT & CO.
Corner of the Public Squarc . tc Main Street.
HE lamest and cheapest lot of goods ever offered
in Br a dford County is now openitm at the above
iiofo. The newt fashionable Goods of fire season, such
aaß a t aar i aos ,L a wns, dec., with every variety 'nf Print
manufactured is the United States. All the new styles
of Summer Goode for Gentlemen hays and youth.
notyrs h SHOBO of any quantity .and any prier.
20 doz. HATS at the lowest possible. wire.
GIrOCERIES of all kinds and afirdiet.o WAKE; in
Returning sincere thanks for the very liberal patronage
they have heretofore received, they pledge theniselves els
sell as cheap as goods of the came quality can he pur
chased in this or any of the neighboring villages. We
would therefore advise cur friends to j.all before pur
chasing elsewhere. J. D. &E. D. MONTAN YE.
Towanda. ?day 12, 1645.
c o mpeliii on itt iltr 'Shade!
JUST RECEIVED, ro full assortment of superfine
French, English and American CLOTHS, To
gether with a full assortment at medium, and low price
black. blurt black and fancy color.; fancy C a ,,,i iim r e s;
&minas of various styles and calorie, maki n g an a s.
son/tient of Cloths complete. Also, Trim ih i ng , q . o l tie,
best quality, constantly on hand. Purchasers of Cloths
and Cassitneres will promote 'heir own imert•st by call.
ingnt the Ne' w Stare, whets:all kinds of Goods am sell
ing unusua.ly low. G • E. FLY NT & CO.
- 0, B. BARTLETT--
HAS juat received a fresh supply - of Spring and
Summer GOODS which he pledgea himself to
sell ea low for cash, as can be hooch% in this villsige es
elsewhere in this longitude—and every article wartanle
eti to beta good ea it is recommended.
Towanda, May 15.1845.
SADDLE & HARDNESS
NIA ' -IP • ok,Nic,
RESPECTFULLY inform that they still continue
the manufacture of Saddles, Bridles. Harness,
dec., in CA Miee building. near door to J. C. Adams'
Law Office, where they will ker.p constantly on hand,
and manufacture to order.
Elastic lfcb, Common and' Quilled Saddles.
Harness, I Carpet Bags,
Carriage Trimming and Military Work done to
Mattrasses, Pew and Chair Cushions made on short
notice wad reaso!lable urine.
The subscribers hope by doing their work well, =I
by a strict attention to business, to merit a share of
public patronage. E.I.KANAH SMITH & SO!%.
Towanda, May 21, 1845.
MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
DR JAMS , M. GOODRICH has located himself
at MONROE:, for the practice of hi 3 profession.
and will ha pleased to wait on those requiring his ser
vices. He may he found at .1. L. Johnson's tavern.
Reference may he made to Drs. /Immix & MASON,
of Towanda. April 23. 1845.
GEORGE H. BUNTING would respectfully in
form the.public that he still continues at his old
stand on the West side of Main street. between- liin,gs
hery's and -Barttett'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 bu
siness and accommodating terms to merit patronage.
The Spring and Summer FASHfONS havijust beep
received, and he is prepared to make gatuMita iu the
"moat fashi .nahle manner.
Parttrular attention paid to CUTTING, and warrant
ed to tit if properly made up.
He has the latest Spring and Summer Fashions for
sale. Towanda. May 14. 1845.
A I.!. persons indebted to the estate of Reuben Copk
-2111. lin, late of Towanda borougli, deceased, are r,••
quitted to tnake immediate payment, and all those lia‘-
ing ()emends against the same are requeoted•to present
Oleo, legally attested for settlement.
W. W. GOODRICH, Executor.
Towanda, May IS, 1845.
THE TOWANDA CIIEAP STORE
LEO tam.= 'Lc AtAr
Tlr subscriber has just returned from New York
rub a splendi‘ assortment of Spring and Sum
miner goads, which he offing for sale at least fifteen
per cent. cheaper than goods have ever Lira. or ever
will be soll in this borough. His stock consists of fo
reign and figmestic DrylGunds, such as French. English
and Ameriin Cloths, Cassimeres, Sattiffetts, Kentucky
Jeans, Spinner stuffs. A splendid assortment of Prints
of all prices also a full supply of Brown and Bleached
'goods, alio, P t iney Goods, such as Linen Handkerchiefs,
Black, Blueßlack, Plaid and striped Silks. Thread tool
Muslin Edtri3gis. Ladies and Gentlemens Cravat.. Bons
net Rihhons,Damm,k and Mouselin de Issue Shawls,
Parasols and a thousand acne-lest,. 11(1 al era Ili to itlefition.
GRUCEIII:B--Broven. Loaf and Crushed Suggrs
St. Croix, Portrien and New I bl ew ,
ac and Americas Brandy, Holland Gin, Teas, &c., also
Crockery. Class, Nails, Hardware &c.&e.
All persons trirous of purchasing goods low, will
do well to' give Inn a call bctore purchasing elsewhere.
Butter, Eggs, qheesa and Grain "taken in payment
for Goods. CHA I‘L ES RECD.
Towanda. May 13, 1843, Xt. 2 Brick kin'.
ALFIRST ItA;Esasortnwilt of Leghorn. Straw . nti
other of the latest style just receiv
ed and for sale lover fur cash tiro , ' you err bought, by
Maly 28. 1
.. O. D. 3.4 RTL E 1"1'..
Not to be liodersolli by any Live Maul
OTHER thsb to have one icasb customer suffer
mix s have made exteiviive arrum.milenis
whereby all kinds 41 lands Mtn he purchased al their
real value. Ecimm ists are request, dto roll ut the Sav
ing% Bank and stumble our stud, or Groceries which we
are selling at unnretidented :,Ilt. price,
May 26. 1 G. E. FLYNT & (.)0.
THAT G E. l' i
largest and hp..,
Groceries, and are ael
doll! the Peop:e,
YNT R 00. are re , :chting the
a,:ortment of Pty Goo& and
g very cheap.
Key it fare the People.
That credit and fund, prices are high, end that cash
prices are ezreetlinzly
Keep it !lore the People,
That Cash wilkilo wonivrs in the tv.iy alloying goods
Keep it 6r. re the People,
That G. E. Flynt dr, La are actually selling , goods for
cult. at prices from 15 o 20 per cent cheaper than
they were e v er known I ore.—call and sea,
Keep it bej ,re the People, .
Thnt Goods of all •lescriptns can he purchased as cheip
as at Elmira, Owego, o; lten Ilinahstioon. Be sure
and call at l G•E•PLYINT dr, C O'iS,
SI1E1211i" 11 - F
virtue of a writ of Vend. Expo., issued from the
111 , court of eimunon idol. of Brat:l.4d court, and I.
me directed. I shall expos!ito public sole at am house
of E. Raynsford in Troy, oi Thursday the 26th- day of
June, - at 1 o'clock P.M., the following described lot
of land situate in South Creik township, bounded on the
north Iry Ebenezer Dunnin;and J. Qom on the east
by Wm. Hoot, on the so4h by John E. Z omis to
and John Allen dee . % and nest by lands of the Bing
ham estate. Containing ihin 200 acres of Itind hethe
same more or less, with aboiVifty acres improved, wish
.orchard, a log house And a framed ham' thereon
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of 9. P.
Ballard oil. Philo Fassett jr.
I • WESTON, Sheri
Sheriff's Office, TorNidit, ay 23, 1845. ." • •
rOICKETINGS.—.IIraiIra:Muid hlea. 810E'FING, ark
0 endless quantity, jaol44t,jfed
May 12. • - Gip:FLYNT &
lIF,AD OF NAVIGATION.
A. perfect Jain at No. 3, Brick flow
lc CO. AS USUAL, are in tine
lust boats, with a large and well-s.leited airaurt ,
mint of merctuindize in general. In the line of
we cannot enumerate but 4 small number of articres;.
but beg leave to say in the benefit et the Lacher. that
tee have a aplenditdassoninent of Pandora muslins.giug ,
ham muslin., organdes, hal:mince, muslin sle !sines.
(new styles) painted muslina, Scotch and French ging
hams. stilted tapered jscurwt. (a beautiful article far
whim dresses) 200 pieces French, English and Ameri
can Prints, comprisinz some of the most choice and testi
innable styles; summer shawls and arasic*s, -Victoria
bonnet fawns, oiled silk, black gro de Rhine silk.
bobinett. Grecian tarlcton and silk lace, black silk veil
lace, ni 64i n edging and insetting, Lisle thread and lint n
edging. light and dark kid Glares, pig nic and cotton
do, linen pocket handkerchiefs, fans, Borate! Riblams,
great variety ;20 bores Artificials, edam and back
bugle beads; cotton, gingham and silk Poessois and Sow
chador, the best assortment ever exhibited in 'roviands.
BOOTS & SHOES
131 ick and light-colored
,kid slips, huskily' and ties, do,
do.. gaiters and half gaiters, missei shoes,. &c•
Combs, toilette brushes, &c.
Diamond lawn. shimd lawn, fluted lawnovillow, mode•
nn, plain straw, and Rutland straw, Ladies' and misses'
Bonnets. Also, 100 Leghorn Bonnets, comprising plain
Florence braid, shell and, almond Inuit!, 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 jest opening 20 pieces. different styfes, plain and
striped doable and single milled Ctuaimcres. Broad
cloths and Sutinetts, all colors and qualities& Summer
Cloth*, for men and boy's wear, by the piece oc less
risantity ; ['reached and brown sheetings and shirtings ;
suspenders, elastic seat backs, &c.
100 doz. Palm leaf hats, 20 doz. Leghorn do., 5
eases Fur do., White, drab and black.
A very heavy stock of Groceries, Hardware, Crocke•
ry. 4e.. 4e.
We are prepared to sell at wholesale or retail, awl
will do so as low. (if not a little lower,) than the same
qualities can be bought at any store within 100 mike
of this place. fir ready pay. And by way of enema.,
acing the honest and industrious "tillers of the soil," we
will exchange any of our goods for Good nutty, or Pro•
duce of almost any kind. Those, therefore, who hate
wisely come to the conclusion that it is nn't good policy
to get in debt to the merchants, will he enabled to ex
change the products of their labor for all articles neces
sary to their comfort and convenience.
Yours. in haste.
WM. H. BAIRD & CO
Towanda, May 5, 1E945.
TRAVELING Baskets and Relicules, a grrat vaY
rimy as BAIRD'S.
ALLpersons indebted to the estste niSarn'l Cranmer,
deceased, late of Monroe fp., are requested to make
im mediate pay merit, and all those haying demands against
the same are requested to present them legally attested,
for settlement. A. L. eIIANMER,
N. CRANMER, •
Monroe. June 4. 1545. Exectitora.
243bi...11146.3 1 4 11170010'31I'liteC..12U1
P HAT goods were never so cheap in the world be
fore as they sre this spring.—if nny doubt, who
wish to buy goods for cash, lit them call and see of
May 22. O. D. BARTI,E,1"1"8.
DRUG & GROCERY STORE,
. Keep it 13(fore 4 ,1he People,
THAT the Old Drug Stare, west side of the Pub
lic Square, is now receiving the largest assort
ment of Drugs and Medicines ever offered in this mat.
ket, among which are the following, viz •
Sulph. Morphia, Blue M ae ,,
do. Quinine, Art. Silver,
Eng. Calomel, Quirk do.
Red Precipitate; Ipecac,
White do. 'D'art. Antimony,
Elateruitn. Valerian Root,
Kressot. Seneca do.
Pule. Jalap, Serpentaria do.
Ext. do.. Gentian do.
Ext. Colyeinth, Colombo do. , 2
do. Gentian, Pink do.
do. Ciente, Senna.
do. Hvoscinmus, Adhesive Plaster,
do. Taraxectini. Cantharides, 1
Spring and Thumb Lancets, Lancet cases &c., I
The attention of PHYSICIANS is partic,ufirly
vited to the :ARON:, articles, they being just rece i ved from j,
one of the most respectable houses in New York until
w ill therefore be warranted pure and free funs adultei-2
anon in all cases, and disposed of at very low prices.
OILS AXD ESSENCES.
Winter:men. Cinnamon, Peppermint, Rosemary,' t
‘Vormseed, H em lock, Sas.safrus. Lemon Lavander. Ber-I
gamot, Aniseed, Cloves, Juniper, Amber, Cajput, Cara-;
way, Mon.‘rd, Fein I, Almond. Oripnum, Cedar, Am
The most popular of the day. such as Dr. Jayne's'
gxpectorant, Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry, Sand'
starsapatilla. Dr. dayne'S Carmanitive, 13alsam
hound. Turtiogkon's Rink Expectorant yrup. Bate=
man's Drops, Anaersonsalo.. Lantott's Cough do., Jail
quid Opode!doe. Bslsarti Honey, Preston salts, Mrs
Gardners Balsam Liverwort and Hoarhoutiti,Dr.Spoons r
Digestive Elixor, Dr.;donna Elix. of Opium. Dr. Ben'
jamin Godfrey's Cordial, Dr. Weaver's Worm Tea'
Cheesman's Arabian Balsam, Balm of Columbia, But'
ler's Magnesian A parka, Henry's do., Dr. Thompson'
E - Yit Water, British Ott, Harlaem dm, Maccassar
ilvt.lear's do., Grove's Hair dm, Croton do., together !vitt*
Any others to numerous to mention.
CompoimilCathartic, Gregory's iloopet's Female
German, tees Windham Billions, Tomattci p '
Ilrandreth'e, Wrig,hes Indian Vegetable, Dr: Phinney'S'i
Webstei 's, Alo!rats and Bitiers, Mebin.is. Bishops, 64.
FAINTS. OIL AND DYE STUFFS.
White. Red and Black Lead, Chrome Green Chrorn'cr
Yellow, Yellow Ochre. l'insehin Blue Rose Pink, Su
Lead, Litharge, Blue Sinults, Venetian Red. VermilliA
Turmeric, Ann:tit°, Initiae, Copperas, Alhim, Crud
Tartar, Cochineal, Solution or Verdigris, Bl ur
Vitrol, Class 7 by 0, Sby 10, and 10 by 12, P
Linseed Oil, &c, &c.
A: D. 7tI(INTANVF, DIMG
Nlav 21. 1845.
CROC iilElll7.--A good nesprtment. jotre,
June 4. G. E. FINNT
ORIPH.I7.II"S COURT SaL,
N pursuance of tin order of the Orphan's.
ji Bradford - County, there will to; exposed ti
AMet-in the premkes. on Wednesday, the 13th day ‘.
January„ 1841, at one o'clock P. M.. a certain lot of
land, situate in the horough of Towanda, bca.nded \ and
described as follows; on the north by land of Willifs t nt
Mix ; on the east by River street; on the wept by ter
of John N. , Weston, and on the south by a certain la. .
lending. from Main street to the aforesaid river street ;
said lot measuring 75 feet on River street and lill Z
feet on the aforesaid lane, with a mastery frathe dWal..
ling house thereon.
Credit will be given fer oration of the purchase, o
ney . Attendance wily:be given by the sub,criber at
the time and pla:c a`.oresoid, terms of Sale mere fU ly
mode knoWn, ?.>t . D.
Towanda, DecemlienG, 1844.
The above sate is adjourned to setarday. the 2 Ist 0 7
of June next, at the goose Of Wm. Briecs. nt I..pLelock.
P.M. ; 0. D. DA RTI,Erf% -
7.: f • .-- ----
'l . ma'..LiV.• rZcaac9r.ts - raa , .
-g-APSUM Anr. Sutphin, roll Brim.tn e,
-Sup. Slllia:TartAric Acid. Castor Oil, Pfc.,.
ton's pure eamat ttel.emon, extract of Sorgavarila,,
vials 4T. for sole cheap at - •
. Miry 14. 111.t.3 Brick Row.
F1.;;. - c - .; — &.. --, :s . tru , v DONNE, S.
IN of nir qualities and vices. Chameleon na.
Artificials. Ruch, 6, &c. at tho NEW ,
Jurte.lB. G. E. 11.Y.N1' & E a
IfT#A, CAPS 4 BONN ' tTS. lot th e I:tte R.
- • event - . • & SON