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RETAKEN.—Peter Shear and Mordecai Cor
saw, who broke jail in this village on the night
of the Ist July, were re-taken in Wilkesbarre,
Pa. on the morning of the 9th inst., brought safe
ly back on the 10th, and are now occupying
their Old - quarters. They were captured by
Charles Marsh, formerly of this village, who
knew them, and Maj. Puterbaitgh of Wilkes.
barre, who share i the reward offered for.their. ap
prehension between them. Shear and Corsaw
would seem not to understand geography very
well. On gaining the outside of their cell, ac
cording to the account they give, they betook
themselves to the bank or the Susquehanna and
followed it through all its devious windings to
Athens and , Towanda, where they. bought
clothing and trunks, and proceeded under assum
ed names to Wilkesbarre, arriving there on
Tuesday afternoon, one week from the time
they made their escape. They then supposed
they were two or three flundred miles from
Binghamton. They booked themselves for
Philadelphia in the next morning's stage, but
meanwhile, Marsh got his eye on Corsaw and
knew him,•and• at once suspected he had broken
jail., By some means the handbills which were
sent in all directions from this place, had failed
to reach Wilkesbarre: but Marsh knowing Cor
eaw had been in Confinement, and perceiving
that he was shy and anxious ro avoid him, at
once set about seeing what discoveries he could
make. Be soon found that Shear was at one of
t h e ta verns, and that it was the design of the
two to remain. over night. A close eye was
kept on them, and the following plan laid to dis
cover whether they were really jail birds or not.
They were permitted to get on board the stage
in the morning and start off, when Pow, baugh,
personating a Sheriff, for the occasion, with
Marsh and others, stopped the coach and charg
ed them with being, fugitives from justice. This
took Shear and Corsaw by surprise ; they made
an effort at denial—but soon owned who and
what they were, suffered themselves quietly 'to
be ironed and to be roomed hither. But few
dollars in cash were found upon them ; and
what has become of the four hundred they are
supposed to have obtained at the robbery of M r .
W hite's house, slitl remains a mystery,—Bing
THE Ilsronscrco F . t,m.xscE.—The large
Anthracite Furnace of Messrs. Porter and
Burke, at this place, was put in blast on Wed
nesday last, and so far as the Furnace part of
Ithe establishment is concerned, promised to
work well. • The engine, however, being oh a
delicate structure. for sucli' heavy service. gave
way in some of its parts, one °Lille idowieg
.cylinders burst out its head, the pumps to
raise water, for the purpose of elevating the
stock proved defective, and it has become ne
cessary to hiuw out the furnace, - to repair ma
chinery that ought to have been perfect before
starting. The mprietoys are making every
exertion to have the machidery put in good
condition in the least possible time, and we
trust they may meet with success, -The:iron
already made is said to be of excellent quality.
and we understand that Mr. Perry, the gentle
man engaged to put the Furnace in blast, gives
it as his deliberate opinion, that, with a suffi
cient engine, site will Yield one hundred tons
of metal per week.—Harrisburg Union.
AARON BURR AND J Anon AsT6h.—Many
years since, when Aaron Burr was — about to
leave for England. he sold his mansion and
about twenty acres of pasture and woodland.
to Mr. Astor, for 550,000, subject to redemp
roa on his return, by pay Mg. : the interest.—
Barr was Astor's lawyer. Years elapsed, and
he came back. In• the meanwhile, it had been
graded, streets laid out, many improvements
made, and consequently the property was
greatly enhanced in value. Burr told Mr. As.
for he proposed to take the property and refund
the money with interest, to which Mr. Astor
of course, objected. The writings were ex
amined, and the stipulation struck Mr.A. with
surprise. The matter was compromised by
paying Burr an additional 550.000. The same
property is now worth many millions of dol
• ANECDOTE Olk FRANICLIN.—W hen Dr. Frank
lin's mother-in-law first discovered that the
young man had a hankering for her daughter,
the good old lady said she did not know so well
about giving her daughter to a printer—there
were already two printing offiCes in the United
Stites, and she was not certain the country
could support them. It was plain young Frank
in would depend for the support of his family
mr the profits of the third. and this was rather a
&Olin! chance. If such an objection was
un:ed to a would be son-in-law when there
were but two printing offices 'in the United
States, how can a minter get a wife now, when
'the last census shows the number to be 1,557
DEATH OF A CHILD 131' EXPOSDHE.—Coroner
lIILLSON held an inquest on. Sunday last; upon
!le remains of an iutint, apparently stx• weeks
old, loomd dead in the woods near Van %V in.'s
Point. A well dressed female was, seen by two
persons passing down, ten days before, with a
child in her arms, under a shawl, and the same
prison was seen returning without the child.
The female was supposed to be 18 nr 13 ; years
old. The child is supposed to have been left
starve. The ground upon which it
;eil indications of its struggles. The
was in accordance with the facts disclo
BLANconao.::—We see that the papers,
the country, arelitling Miss Henrietta
ml, the younv, W 011 1 .514 who shot her
at NeW Orleans. The-story is that
I the next day, either of grieror poison.
be so, but the New Orleansl , papers
!ver said anything of the kind, so far as
seen, and - we have examined theni•
ASHES OF COMMODOItl; EDWARD PRE
hich have remained undisturbed for
fight years in the family tomb in the
cemetery. Portland. were recently re
)v the order of his son to a new tomb.
'filch he intends to erect an appropriate
NCHOLY ACCIDENT.—On the night of
(the last night of the military encamp-
Athens, near Lexington. Kentucky,)
mas J. Watts, son of Mr. David Watts,
to county, was stun during a skarn
d instantly killed.
MSIIIPS FROM E.XOLAND. The Britan
the Great Western are now on their
from Liverpool. The former sailed
th, and the Great Western on the sth
Their news Will likely reach New York
lame day—the 17th or 18th instant.
SAMUEL G. Wutowr,Representative in
is from New Jersey, has had a relapse,
ow dangerously ill, at Merino Hill, his
te, near Allentown. ,
Dtassrsa AT WASHINGTON Crrv.—The fol
lowing melancholy accident, which took place
on the evening of the 4th, on the -Mall, in the
rear of the President's house is described by the
-United' States Journal:
After a number of rockets, and dazzling
wheels had been ignited, . a half dozen rockets,
supposed to be top heavy, or disarranged on the
frame, went off together, like so many fiery ar
rows. One passed the heads of two horses at.
tached to a carriage, when- the affrighted ani
mals ran at full speed, separating the dense
throng standing in the street, at the imminent
peril of life. A black woman was struck by a
rc r aiet, the stick penetrating below the shoulder
joint, and in consequence of the wound has since
died. Mr. Sutton Magee had his wrist dread
fully wounded, and his children were scorched.
But there was an occurence'at the same time,
which filled us with feelings the most painful—
Mr. James Knowles, of Georgetown, who had
been married .but a short time, was sitting with
his wife ou the wall, far, as they supposed, from
danger—the distance between them and the py
rotechnics being about a fourth - of a 'elle—but
one of the rockets after skimming along the
heads of the crowd below, struck him on the left
breast, directly over the heart. His wife dis
covered the calamity as she' saw him falling
from her side; and in a moment drew out the
stick. He died instantly, withobta struggle--
The most piteous and harrowing lamentations
filled the air From one thus, in a.twinkling of an
cyc, reduced to widowhood ; and she was led
through the gravelled walks, with her white
garment's stained with the blood yet warm.. Her
cries, lie is dead, oh !my husband he is dead I"
gcueral out burst of sorrow from the
thousands, who, with her, were hastily leaving
the tragic scene. It was indeed a sad spectacle,
one from which memory turns away with a
- HYDROPHODIA.-A horse belonging to Mr.
Henry Dietrich, jn Greenwich township, Pa.,
was eiezed with hplrophobia last week, and
exhibited the inost horrible symptoms of,this
fearful malady. He tore the flesh froinV his
limns with his teeth, and died in h aving fury.
He had been bitten by a mad dog 29 days be
MORE DEATHS FROM HEAT.—The thermo
meter in New York keeps up to a high point.
More than a dozen persons were carried to the
dead house on Wednesday in !hit city : at
least half of them are dead or will die. Most
of them were sun stricken, but several were
killed or seriously injured by drinking ice
In Binghamton, N. Y., on Thursday morning. 17th inst.,
by the Rev. D. D. Gregory, E. O'lMEc•n.s Goonnicn,
of this paper, to Miss S. O'HARA, of the former place.
In Phelps, Ontario County, N. Y. July let, by the Rev.
Mr. Carpenter, Wtiatitt BAKER, of Troy, Pa., to Miss
Mamas). Msnatt, of the former place.
TOWANDA SELECT SCHOOL.
A - I ,WING to some ammgements that have bee% made,
Ur the prrsent term of this School will continue un
til the-15th of August. Then there will be a vacation
of two weeks, and the school will be removed to the
JNO. P. WORTHING,
SARAH F. WORTHING, Teachers.
Towanda, July 21, 1845. •
A FEW LEFT
Arle those new and CHEAP GOODS. Thep will
UV be sold cheaper than ever. (if possible) to make
room for Fall Goods. Look for \o. 5, ..B.ivings Bank,"
as it is the only genuine Cheap Cash Store.
July 22. G. E. FLYNT & CO.
LIST OF LETTERS, remaining in the Post
Office at Athens, June 30th, 1845.
Denson Catharine Mrs. Marvin R. B.
Clapp Nathaniel 3 Morgan Thomas
Chandler Lavine Mist Northrop B.
Curry E. Norris J.
Cooper Henry. - Pbelin I&
Converse Francis Porter Roht.
El lson W. Felton Ezra
Ferris A.Rowlingson Renophen
Gillet R. Rice Wanton
Gritren Betsey Miu Rowland H.
Gumsey 11. F. Miss f3how E. Miss 3
Hot Lies C. Smith E. J. Miss 2
Hoot James Satterlee 0. D. •
Huphan Windsor Thorpe W. M: ,
Hamm and Mason Titus M:
Keaeh John Toole Francis
Merchant Luther Warner A. Miss
Morris Sarah Miss Weller J. A.
McDutEe E. Miss Watsen George
Moody Adelphia Mrs. Wells C. F.
C. S. PARK, P. M
In all your gettings, get Understanding.
ND TO UNDERSTAND where Goods are t in
AL be sold CHEAP, don't forget the Old Establish
ment, NIONTANYE'S STORE, corner of the public
square and main street, where goods always have been
di:posed of for the Ready, andalways will be. as long as
the firm:continues to do business. at as .mall a profit as
at any other establishment this side of New York city.
In addition to former stock, we have been receiving va
rious articles of Husbandry; such as Scythes, Scythe
Stones, Cradles, Rasa, Pitchforks,
Also, 50u hushels of first-rife SALT, put up in the
very best barrels.
400 yards CARPETING for sale very cheap.
Wanted, 500,000 SHINGLES and as many Boards,
for which Liberal vices will be paid.
July 7. J. D, & E. D. MONTANYE.
gib TONS DUNCANNON NAILS, and Ishii be
7, 1 /0 receiving more, to which the attention of Her
clients is invited at wholesale, at
enainingin the Post Office
LINT OF LETTERS r
at Towanda, Pa.;Jo
A !worth E. Mrs.
Baird E. W.
Brown Philo E.
Beeman E. Esq.
Bogart W. P.
Bullock D. Gen.
Barnes I,l l m.
Cummings Patrick Adm's.
lirothers Nathan B.
Chase * Mary.
Cot Oiram M.
Boar; David 2.
Encar H. Esq. Mr.
Etheridge Iwo D
Eaton Gordon H
Foster E, or Hainswarth
Poster Samuel B.
Fox Alvira - A .
Griffin Miss A.
Htivey Mr. Rev.
Halstead E. 0
Holy Btilohet Mts.
Johnson Eiljah. A. S.
, - 30th 1845.
11:1 1 orin Daniel
Orin Miami ,
lidereur 4 Elliott
;Nye L. L. M. 2
[lv; athrons Isaac
Russell W. En. for Tress
Sprats G. id
Swartwood C. R.
Stuart George N r
Sumner J. N
SwartwOod Charles ~,..
Theo!! Owin ''',,-
Taylor Timothy 1H
Tanner Ruth E
'Taylor C. B.
Tavreluld Miss Caroline
Tomlins Miss S. M.
Vorpe Miss Cecile
Wood Samuel H.
Weaver Henry Jr.
. CHAMBERLIN: P. Hi
THERE 'TIS AGAIN.
0 UST as they told us on the 10th June. Them
confounded BAIRD'S have got New Goods
again. In the language of Mrs. Caedle ;--" Things
have come to a pretty pass when themilaird's can go
to New York and buy goods jus t when they please."
Yea, Fellow Citizens, they 'have guessed it exactly ;
even Henry Sheldon tk co., backed up by our neigh
bors over tho way, can't stop our buying and selling
Goods. It is with us as it was with the boy who said
"it whlsfd itself." Goods will find theit way into'
our store at No. 9, and the good people of tirsdfind
county will buy them and taketiem out. . ':•
We now have the pleasure .of inflaming oor old
friends and the public generally, that we are this day
receiving from the city of New York a splendid addi
tion to our former stock of goods, which have been pur
chased in the city by one of our firm in person. with the
"ready rhino" and will be soldposifive/y cheaper for
cash titan goods have ever been sold in Towanda.
We are often asked the question, how it is we can
sell goods so much lo w er than some of our
We will give you a few of the reasons.. -
FIIIBT-Wp use our own capital,, and consequently
have no interest to pay.
SECONDLY—W:O, occupy our own building, and eon
sequently have no rent to pay.
'f h ale other business on hand which
is ample for our support, and consequently need not
tax our customers for the purpose.
FoUETULT & LAIITLI—We buy no goods of Henry
Sheldon & co., and consequently can sell aleetlecheap.
er than those who do.
• Now, Ladies and Gentlemen, in order to satisfy
yourselves whether you can buy cheaper at No. 3 Brick
Row, than at any other place in the world, you have
only to continue to do as you have been doing for near
ly three years pait. Just drop in before you buy; in
quire the prices and examine the qualities of our
goods. We know you will do that, end we also knew
that having looked, you will buy, as you must be satis
fied it is your interest to do so.
Oa, Hew sack COligtOS Or DII=COODS. GRO
CERIES, HARD-WARE. Family Medicines, paints
Oils, and in fact every thing except Fresh Salt."
We fear the printers wdl grumble if we spin out
this advertisement, to enumerate the articles. So just
call and take a look. c7Don't forget the place—NO.
3 BRICK R O W--'way above the "Shavin'a Bank,"
a considerable distance from the Old Arcade, the Hay
Scales and the Slaughter-house." but close along by the
side of Nn. 2. W. H. BAIRD & CO.
June 26. No. 3 Brick Row.
No. 3 alwayi ir, good time.
/11DOSE ORANGES & LEMONS arc on hand,
ready for the 4th of July, at
June 26. BAIR' , 'S, No. 3 Brick Row.
int. ERE IS NO. 3 AGAIN-s-20Quintles Codfish, IR just rec'd and for saki at BAIRD'S.
June 26. .. No 3 Brick Row.
ROWN SHEETING—Se,eraI Bales just, recd
at the place where they keep I very thing. We
need not say it is at No. 3 Brick Row
June 20. W. H. BAIRD & CO
- Fur. _ARL Nr- mar zrm.simis •
WE have a large quantity of warranted GRASS
& CRADLE SCYTHES of different
Cradles, Rakes, Scythe Smiths, Quinehaug Stoner,
Rifles, ready made Tow Pants, Pitchforks, and all the
necessary implements for haying and harvesting, which
we will Bull cheaper than the cheapen, for Cash, but
ter. Grain or COUNTY ORDERS at par.
July 1. BAIRD & CO. No. 3 Brick Row.
ALLpersons indebted to the estate of Jereme R.
Bowman, late of Towanda township, deceased,
are requested to make immediate payment, and all
those having demands against the same aie requested
to present them, legally attested for settlement.
The administrators will meet to adjust the claims of
said estate, at the house of Geo. Bowman, on the last
Saturday of each month. HIRAM SWEET,
Towanda, July 2, 1845. Administrators.
Taken P$R for all kinds of Goods.
July 1. 1845. by s ELLIOTT & MERCUIL,
L.,t9 .I I.qIULLLD
MHE undersigned having been appointed by the
Orphan's Court of Bradford County, Auditor to
ascertain the liens, and distribute the money arriving
from the sale of the real estate of William Myers dee'd,
late of Wyson township, notice is hereby given that I
have appointed Fnday the Bth day of August next, at 1
o'clock P. M. at my office in the borough of Towanda,
to attend to said duty, when and where all persons in
tend can attend. D. WILMOT, Auditor.
Towanda, July 1. 1945.
ONE DOZEN ltf organ's celebrated GRAIN, l; HA-
H!,ES, with Harris' Scythes, for sale by
June 23, 1845
Friends & Fellow Citizens.
WE are now in want of Bradford County stork,
and any persons having eradicates._ called
county orders, can find a maket at No. 3, where they
will he taken at par in exchange for any of the articles
comprising the largest and cheapest stock of Goods in
the United States.
We had same thoughts of taking a few shares of
"Savings Bank" stock, but we find after the " Pan
nick" which is now about over, it has gone down below
par, and holders are beginning to think they have burnt
their fingers. Don't forget that our 4ire is at No. 3
Brick Row W. If. BA 11l D it CO.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Jeduthen
Withey, late of Canton, dee'd, aro requested to
tuake immediate payment, and all those haying demaads
njainst the same are requested to present them. legally
attested for settlement to either of the subscribers in
Cation township, 'Clogs en.
CHARLES 0. SPENCER,
Currton. July 1. 1845. Exerulnr's.
(ESny j 2•3l:, OM. I . IV - ST:JCS O
HEAD QC ARTERn, July 1, 1845.
T is hereby ordered that from and after this date
goods: are to be sold in this encampment fee cash
whenever they will bring anything above cost. Clerks,
agents and customers are hereby commanded to govern
themselves accordingly. Braggarts are to stand back
and keep cethe parade ground.
0. D. BARTLETT, Commanding officer.
RINDSTONES.--The best assortment of Nova
11131 r Scotia and other kind of grindstones, ever brought
into this place, for salety O. D. BARTLETT.
DOZ OLDE ASHIONED W.:YTHES, a aplea
NM did article for Gala cheap by
0. D. BARTLETT.
r t.ko Mai., and lota of ARK i OPE
for wale by W. H. BAIRD & CO.
May 14. No. 3'Brith Row
HATS - of auperior qualities, and most approved
style', from $2 up Call and pee.
G. E. FLINT 4. CO.
LI. persons indebted to the estate of Samuel Vsell,
AL deceased. late of Wets tp., are requested tomake
inunedialopojaiaat.sod all same baying damaliessinst
dm, sum su ,sigmated so pressed 111 0 0. 16 10 4 , allied,
immisment. JESSE EDSALL,
NATHAN ALVORD, Jr.
Wells. July 7, 1845. Administrators.
THE PAMPHLET LAWS of the last Legisla
tore have been received, and are ready for dish
button. A, CHUBBEEK, Prot.
Prothonotary's Office, July 8, 1845.'
MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
, . R. JAMES M. GOODRICH has located himself
at MONROE, for the practice of his profession,
and k ill bo pleased to wait on those requiring his ser
vices. Ito may be found.at J. L. Johnson's tavern.
Retereneiwpay be made to Drs. HUSTON & Mascot,
of Towanda. .4t.pril 23, 1R45.
To. 'the , Voter s of Bradford County.
FELLOW CITIZENS :— I o ff er myself to your
consideration for thit,-,office of Sheriff. Should
you honor me with your confidence, by nominating and
electing and to said office at the ensuing election. I pledge
mysellto discharge the duties of dia .- office with fidelity
and humanity, V, FISHER.
Towanda Toniablp.3ol7 1:1845,
0;a1M, Mg 9
• 'UMW cal& C l /n[ll9
lie Elmira \ Cheap Cash Store,
.iro. 1, Brick Rom •
..CIIAMBERIIIN respectfully inftirms the
blic that he has purchased of I. B. Wood de
stock of goods, nd bas just reeeitreil a new
hick-renders his assortment of Drugs; ilkdi
nts. Otht, .I)94.elyffa aud Faintly Groceries
His stock consiits in part of U4ll following
do Remainßemain i.
ler • \ Assafcedita
tone \ . • • Myrrh
B 0 Vitriol \ ' Gamboge 1r
Glauber salts '
berry t - i.
do 11 1 Hellebore '..
Ds m i - Horhum oil
Eipai "- ' Hydrioate Potaas
Bar °Naar 1 leeland moss
Balsam hciey , Ipceac
Blood rect a ,
1 1 lodine
Blue pills -
p i i Ulm
Balsam Fir Juniper Berries
Black drop Lunar Caustic
Barley Pea ' Liquorice ball and root
Bateman'a ps Laudanum
Bugundy ch Morphine
Cayenne ri ' Mauna
African jo \ Mace
Camphor I Musk ,
Calanel , r Dina Vomica
Chamoode fly. Oxalic acid
Cottosive suJbm Essential oils, all kinds
Cochineal Oil soap
Cattharides \ Veregurio
Coe. inutus Phosphate iron
Carboni iron Quicksilver
do Magnesia Quassia
do Soda Quinine
Coma Red' Precipitate
Colocy Senna i
Chlorid imp Sugar Lead
Cream ar - Syringes
Dragon blood Valerian root
Dover's ardent Saffron
Digitali liva U sa
Emery, orted Vol. Li iment
Epsom Vert tt rpentine, &c. &e.
A co tete variety of CROCE IES, such as Tea,
Sugar, tree, Starch, Raisins, Ci namon,Soda Crack
ers, Gin , Pepper, Eng. Currants, Nutmegs, Tobacco
and Sn Candles, &c.
A co tete assortment of Paints, Dye-stuffs, Win.
dow GI Patent Medicines, i&c.
Tows a, June•l6, 1845.
N. Sumner, Surgeon Dentist,
ECTFULLY informs his friends that hav
ecovered tram his illness, he will make his
i sional visit tl Towanda, on or before the
BSCRIBER, having for..ied a partner
ith his brother, continues to carry on the
;is btother's new stand. east side of Main
• tart of the borough, where he is prepared
orders for Horse-shoeing. Carriage &
rid Edge Tools.
the public that all work entrusted to his
..11 done, as he has thoroughly learned
s determined to render satisfaction.
JOHN A. EsEN WINE.
?et:ember 39, 1844.
11 . ship
core will be
his trade en
'D TO No, 1, BRICK ROW !
RESPECTFULLY informs his
friends and the public thut he has
REMOVED to the Brick Row,
I, where he still continues to
carry on his old business of
Wraith and Clark Repairing,
which ill be done on short notice,
well dime; From a long experi
he beßeveS that ho a ill be able to
cation tia all who may favor him
N.B. Ill'a)tes warranted th run well one year, or
id a written agreement given
ctly oppoto . Watkins' liter office. Persons
wishing to furtish ttemselves with furniture, will find
it an object total ant examine, purchase and pay, as
the subscriber a determined (for cash) to sell all kinds
of furniture att less ptice than ever before known.
June 23, 110. D. VANDERCOOK..
NCO MD lEDIUMIL'NECCIDBELT
'TI3O the Wei assortment in country shops, the sub
scriber leaps on hand and manufactures to order,
the Sofa Rciing chair, beautifully upholstered, also
the half Pren t Mahogany chair, together pith snfas
of the latest aal most approved patterns, all of which
will be dispos4 of for all kinds of country produce at
the usual low }rites, and for cash at very much redu
ced prices, at he Cabinet shop of
June 23,1815. D. VANDERCOOK.
OF C* wade to order on the shortest notice,
very Wale: ready pay. A hearse will be in at•
tendance whet desired.
Juno 23, 1915
WANTED by the subscriber, any quantity of
white tine, cherry, and whitewood lumber, in
exchange for furniture,
June 23, 1845,
TUST received and for tale at B. Kingsbery's Store_
a few barrels superfila FLOUR, from Overton 4.
baitmarsh's mill. Warrarpd an extra article.
June 23 , 1845.
Sot [lie Towanda Slavin's Bank•. nor :Yo. 3
Brick Row, no' the Old drcade.
But No. 2, Brick Row,
SNOW ACK NpNVIEDG E D to be the identical
spot where goods are old cheaper for . c.iNh or ready
pay, than any other estehishment west of the cities of
New York of Philadelphit. Persons wishing to prose
this fact, can easily do it ty calling in to see. No time
will be spent in skinnineints, or filling out bills of
wmgdmilaslittgion. of the wix4e ti ipagi wap
iti Mir giSbositot stmlbis sisik ofidogiorAy
doomed to lenity marl ass*. A ales* six peep,
better than s slow shit C. REED.
June 23, 1845. No. 2 Brick Row.
ToN SUGAR & 10LASsES.—This day reed
Oji. by the “Chemuni Übe" and for sale cheap by
the pound, Gallon, Barrel or flh'd.
July 1. .BAiRD'S. N 0.3 Brick Row.
.25 GUNS !
cash store. 4. at received at the Savings' Bank, more
' FI I :YgI r T ne Z e c;t " che an ap d
New Mode ; We are offering them at private sale
"one notch" wer thus at any other eatabliahnient in
the borough. G, E. FLYNT 4, CO.
RE SPERM & LINSEED OILS. al
and at G. E. FLYNT & CO'S•
at, ways on
Portrait tinting,. by W. H. Perkins,
IkTORTII BkDaof the square, in the room over I.
ITC. Adana' . Law'Office—Col. Mix's block.
Likeniones warranted. • Trantparent Blinds, of may
size or paitorn desire. June 18, 1845.
'IMAM & CAPE BONNETS, all the late styles.
for tale at MIX tt SONS'.
assortment just received and
jewelry cheep call at Cham
o. I, Brick Row.
t, Wood, and all kindsof Conn
these presents shall come.
. VANDERCOOK, Cabinet
:er sF Undertaker, wishes to
rat the public, that he snit con.
.es to keep on hand a general
irtment of Cabinet Furniture.
establishment is situated on the
ter of Main & State streets, see.
door north of the Bank and
Another Artival of New Goods at the
TOWANDA CASH STORE.
MI 8. & M. C. MERCUR.- are receiving Dew sops
plieiof Goons from Piew York,. almost every
;welt, which they areßrcpated to sell as they have been
idling all the seatron,, a little cheaper than any , other
establishinent in Tovianda v ind as cheap as the 'same
quality of Goods can be purchased at retail in any town
in the United States. They neither" skin•Ffinta" nor
shave their customers, but attend solely to tho business
of buying goods cheap, and selling them accordingly.
They have jilt received a new supply of Sheeting*.
Prints. Hosiery, Glores,ere:4e.
ALSO—An additional issetbarent of HARDWARE.
-:-Another stock will be received next week.
lune 12, 1845. H. 8. 4. M. C. MERCUR,
" Be sure the cashier is right and then go ahead:"
PERSONS bolding (or notbolding ) bills on theSa
sings Bank are requested not to be uneasy, as to
the ultimate success of oorinatitution as it is sound to
the " core," being assured that the " depositei" arsi not
only firm, but are increasing daily with-license" to
extend the business to any amount, and shall soon ho
able to declare a dividend on the capital stock. With
our facilities for -purchasing goods cheap, and the New
York market at our comnrand, we are prepared to• set
all competition aside, not,however without cautioning
the public to
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
As there are many unauthorized and well executed
counterfeits and well calculated to deceive those will,
are not judges, but upon close inspection it will be
seen. that the ...private' mark is higher than on the
genuine, and notice, that nano are" simunpure" unless
signed at the bottom of each bill, in our own hand wilt
ing G. E. Flynt & Co. All lovers. of seasonable New
Goods, and cheap, are requested to call and examine, as
" seeing is believing." Receiving New Goods almost
June 18. G. E. FLYNT & CO.
Let it be known to all Nations,
That I, Jas. .IR. GUlsola,
EtA, on hand, and constantly receiving, and am
now opening a large and splendid assortmentof
goods in my line of business, notin Brick Row No.l, 2,
3,4,0 r 5, but No. 100 Old Arcade, between the old
Post Office and Hay Scales, where can be had et all
times splendid Gold and Silver Watches of every des
cription, from a chronometer movement to a common
Silver Watch. Gold and Silver ware of different de
scriptions, from Gold diamond rings and breast pins,
down to three centers: Clocks, Violins. and other in
struments of music too numerous to embody in an ad
vertisement. Call and see.
And I S. H. G. ant determined not to be out done
by any person or persons, or combinations or set of men
in trade whatsoever, not by flints - skinned or unskinned,
or by Beards long or short, blue black or gray, or any.
kind of Beards or flints whatsoever, for bait known and
let all nations know the facts, that my goods were se
lected with great care and purchased with the ready.
and will be disposed of for the same, and at lower pri
ces than were ever before offered in this place, other
people's prices to the contrary notwithstanding. I in
vite you all to come, come all at once if, you can, and
you shall all be attended to. Don't fail to call one
door south of the Cheap Cash Store of Elliott and Mer
N. B. Pedlars supplied with combs. buttons, nee
dles, pins, and Yankee Traps at New York, prices, and
all kinds of watchmakers materials at wholesale.
June 18th, 1844. JAMES M, GILLSON.
RO! FOR THE TIIEES!
a i csclawa azto
suscnbera now have on hand all kinds of Met ,
chandize for the 'season, and altho' they do not
pledge themselves to sell lower by 10 or 20 per cebt.
than their neighbors, yet, th.y do pledge themselves to
sell as low for cash as can be bought at any house in
town, Elmira. Owego or Binghamton:
May 20, 1345. H. MIX 4 , BONS'.
"Goods for the Millions."
JUST received at the Savings Bank, a number of tons
of those cheap Groceries, which makes our assort
ment complete. Those who patronise our cash estab-
lishment. will derive a decided advantage over those who
purchase at other stores who do business on the credit
system, as they are not overcharged equivalent to the
delinquence of those who never pay. No 5, Brick Row.
G. E. FLYNT & CO.
CH3IRS AND BEDSTEADS
THE subscribers still continue
to manufacture and keep on band
at their old stand, all - kind!' of
Cane and Wood seat Chairs ;
also Settees of various kinds
BEI)ST.g.dDS, of every
description, which we will
sell low for cash or, produce.
TURNING done to order.
J ~ t 1
TOMKINS & MAKINSON.
Towanda, April 23, 1846.
11 0 5MEalleio
HIRAM MIX & SONS',
ARE now opening at their store a beautiful and cheap
lot of 5115151E11 GOODS, direct Go w the City,
which will be sold for Cash, as low as cii be bought
at " The Savings Bank,"aa at any store in town—call
and see. Towanda. 19th May, '45. •
A NEW SUPPLY !
BURTON KINGSBERY informs the pubilic gene.
rally that he has just received direct from New
York City, his spring stock of GOODS. It comprises
a very general assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries.
Hardware &c. His goods have been selectee with..murh
care, and will be sold as cheap as can be bought In To.
Wanda. Call in and see it tt is not so.
Towanda, April 30, 1845.
SADDLE '8; HARNESS
,ELK.4.1:411 SMITH . sax,.
RESPECTFULLY inform that they still continue
the manufacture of Saddles, Bridles, Harness,
&c., in Col. Mies building, next door to J. C. Adams'
Law Office, where they will keep constantly on hand,
and manufacture to order,
Elastic Web, Common and Quilted Saddles,
Carriage Trimming and Military Work dope to
Maritimes. Pew and Choir Cushions made on shut
notice and reasonable terms.
The subscribers hope by doing their work well, and
by a atrict attention to businese,'to merit a !hare of
public patronage. EI.KANAH SMITH & SON.
Towanda, May I. 1845. _
At the Lumberman's Exchange.
JH. & H. 8. PHINNEY have just received front
New York a fresh stock of Goods, which makes
their assortment complete. Consisting in part of DRY
GOODS. GROCERIES. HARDWARE. Cutlery.
&navy, PoinA., Oik. Dymituffs. Fish. Leather. r*X.,
all of which we will inebsup for lumbar or moat kinds
of produce, on As reasonxiblir terms as any of our neigh
bors. . We particularly advise the public to call & ex
amine our stocks.
Wanted 600,000 shingles and '500,000 white pine
N, B. Bradford Co. scrip taken for goods at pa.
Monroeton. July 1. LK& B. H. PHINN EY
DOZ genuine bestqualiiy Quinnebang Scythe
I,a Stones, for male by 0. D. BARIUM'.
pRUIT--Just received a supply of Lemons, Pruness,
Figs, Raisins, dsc. at CHAMBERLIN'S.
Jane. 1845. No, I Brick Row.
Sweet, Castor and Limp Oira,
geed and cheap at CHAMBERLIN'S.
• Julie, 1845. No. I Brick Roar.
ARTLCLE.3.-.-A great variety for gal
June 1845: No. I Brielt-Roir.
B R USHES .—A general aesonment of }lair; Paint,
Flan, and shoe brushes at
CHAMBERLIN'S, No. 1 Brick Row.
QALT.—A large quantity of FRESH SALT. at
Jane 23. G. E. FLENT 4 CO.
HEAD OF NAVIGATION.
A perfect Jas Bri ck_ilow
Whl. H. BAIRD & CO:. AS USUAL, Hie is the
first boats; with a large and welboleeted assort
went of paerchandize in general: In the hue at
.DitY GOODS; ,
we cannot enumerate but a small number of sirs:Mee,
but beg leuve to airy for the beaeot.iat the 1a(44. slat
we bave a splendid assortment of.PuziaOri mualids. giiir
ham matins, organdes," balzarines, de Minch
(new styles) painted muslin., Scotch and Fret& 'int
hams; ..taped tapered jaconet, (a' beatAit article fod
white dresses) 200 pieces French, English' and Azneri
can Printa,comprising-aome of the mostchoitti end fuh
ionable siplest surcomtr shouts and crarcit,
skirts, bonnet lawns, oiled silk, black- gro de Rlthie - 'lllll4
bobinett, Grecian taleton and iilk lace, black eilk.4id
lace, muslin edging - and inserting, Lisle thread add line*
edging, light and &it kid &gayes t plc nic and tbatroce
do,. linen pocket handkerchiefs, fans, Bonnet Bibetwe;
a great variety ; 20 boxes- Artifieialt, white and black
bugle beads ; cotton, gingham and silk :Parasol, entrain
shades, the. best assortment ever exhibited in Towanda.
BOOTS & SHOES.
Black and light•colored kid slips, buskins and ties, do
do.. gaiters and half goitets, tnissei slips, shop, ilte:
Combs, toilette blushes, dee:
Diamond lawn, 'Mimi lawn, fluted lawn, willow, mode=
ria, plain straw, end Rutland straw, Ladies' and mimes'
Bonnets. Also, 100 Leghorn Bonnets, comprising plain,
Florence braid, shell and almond braid, diamond en 4
peddle braid, shell and imperial do., bird's eye, ditto.
Ladies' and mimes' Neapolitan lace, mx sits' ..egbori
flats, straw cords and tassels. deb. Etc;
we are just opening 20 pieces, different styles, plain and
striped double and single milled Cassinieres. Broad
cloths and Satinctts, all colors and• qualities; Summer .
Cloths, for men and boy's wear, by the piece ed b as
quantity bleached and brown sheeting's and stditiiigs ;
suspenders, elastic vest backs, dtc.
100 doz. Palm leaf hats, 20 doe; Leghorn do., IS
cases Fur do., white, drat , and black.
A very heavy stock of Groceries, Hardware, Crooke:
We are prepared to sell at wholesale or retail, and
will do so as low, (if not a little lower,) thin the same
qualities can be bought at any store within 100 miles
of this place. fur ready pay. And by way of encoor
aging the honest and industrious '•tillers of the soil," we
will exchange any of our goods for Good Butter. Or Pr•
duce of almost any kind. Those, therefore, who; have
wisely come to the conclusion that it is not good policy
to get in debt to the merchant.. will be enabled to ex
change the products of their labor for all articles - nee. s:
nary to their comfort and convenience.
Yours. in haste.
WM. H. BAIRD & CO
Towand', May 5. 1845.
DRUG & GROCERY STORE,
Keep it Before the People,
WHAT the Old Drug Store, west side albs Pub.;
lic Square, is now receiving the largest
went of Drugs and Medicines ever offered in this mat
ket, among which ere the following, viz •
Sulph. Morphia, Blue Mass,
do. Quinine, Nit. Silver,
Eng. Calomel, Quick do.
lodid. Putassa, Peperine,
Red Precipitate, Ipecac,
White do. Tart. Antimony;
do. Gentian, Pink do.
do. Ciente. Senna.
do. Hyosciamus, Adhesive Plaster, -
do. Tarazecum, Cantherldes,
Spnng and Thumb Lancets. Lancet easel &b,.
The attention of PHYSICIANS is particularly in
sited to the above articles, they being just received
one of the most respectable houses in New York and
will therefore be warranted - Imm and free from
ation in all cases, and disposed of at Tory low prices.
OILS AND ESSENCEb. -
Wintergreen, Cinnamon, Peppermint" Rosemaly
Wormseed, Hemlock, Sassafras', Lemon Layander.
gamut, Aniseed, Cloves, Juniper, Amber, Csjput, Cans,
way, Manned, Fennel, Almond. Origanum, Cedar,
bet, &c., eke.
The most popular of the day, such a Dr. Jayne'
Expectorant, Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry, Sandi
Sarsaparilla, Dr. Jayne's Carmanitive, Balsam Hoati.
hound, Turtington's Pink Expectorant Syrup, Burt
man's Drops, Anderson' do., Lemon's Cough do., Li.
quid Opodeldoc, Balsam Honey, Preston Salts, Mral.
Gardners Balsam Liverwort and Hoarhound,Drlipootur
Digestive Elixor,Dr. Manna Elia. of Opium, Dr. :Bear
jamin Godfrey's Cordial, Dr. Weaver's Worm Ted,
Cheesman's Arabian Balsam, Balm of Columbia, Bu t
ler's Magnesian Apar:ent, Henry'. do., Dr. Thompson'
Eye Water, British Oil, Harlaem do., Maccassar do.,
Bear's do., Grave's Hair do., Croton do., together ari
many others to numerous to mention.
Compound Cathartic, Gregory's Hooper's rams!
German, Lees Windham Billions. Miles' Tomau.
Brandreth's, Wright's Indian Vegetable. Dr. Phinney'
Webatees, Moffats and Bitiers, Alebasis, Bishops, 11 •:
White. Red and Black Lead, Chrome Green Cbrom
Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Prussian Blue Rose Pink, So
Lead, Liibarge, Blue Smelts, Venetian Red, Vermin;
Annetta, - Indigo. Copperas, Allum, Crud
Tartar, Cochineal, Solution of Tin, Verdigris, 1110 .
Vitro!, Glass 7by9, 8 by 10, and 10 by 12, Pp i
linseed Oil, &c., &c. i .
A. Dr: MONTANYE, tiactigisf;
Towanda, May 21, 184.5. •
THE TOWANDA CHEAT- STORE
T . .
• ~ ,
BE subscriber bar just returned from New Yo
with a splendid assortment Of Spring and Sa
miner goods, which he offers for sale et least fif .
Palists, 4T. 4.c
per cent. cheaper than goods have ever been, or ex
will be sold in this borough. His stock consists of f.
reign and domestic DrylGoods,auch as French, Engl .
and American Cloths, Cassimeree, Sattinetta,Kentuck •
Jeans, Smother stuffs. A splendid assortment of Pun
of all prices; also a full supply of Brown and Bleach
goods, also, Fancy Goods, such as Linen Handkerchi
Black, Blue Black, Plaid and striped Silks, Thread
Muslin Edgings, Ladies and Gentlemen Cravats, Bola;
net Ribbons, Damask and Mousclin de Laine Bikaw4l,
Parasols and a thousand articlest no numerous to menti
GROCERIES—Brown, Loaf and Crushed Sugars.
St. Croix, Portirico and New Orleans Molaisai. Com.
so and American Brandy, Holland Gin. Teas, dr.u., alto
Crockery, Glass. Nails, Hardware ike.dtc. -
All persona. desirous. of puchasing goods law. will
do well to give brio a call before purchasing elsewhere:
• Butter, Eggs. Chess and Grain taken in pay..
for Goods. CUARj o ES HEED.'
Towanda, May 12, 1845. No. 2 Brick
IVHE largest and cheaprst lot of goods reeroff. , d
11. in Bradford County is now opening at the a
store. The most fashionable Goode of the nelson,b
as Dalrarinew, Lawns. &c., with every variety of ' k
manufactured in the United Stites. All the new sayi
of Summri Goods for Gentlemen boys and youth.
BOOTS 4. - SHOES of any quantity and any fii',7.'
t i t
20 doz. HATS at the lowest possible price.
GROCERIES of all kinds and ELARPWARO 118
Returning sincere thanks for the very liberal pianni4e
they have heretofore received, they pledge iliembelres
seR ea cheap al grloda,of the nine qbility an be p .14
chased in this or any of the neighboring villagers. 'is
would therefore advise our friends to call before ..:
chasing elsewhere. d ! D. &E. Di MDPIONYE.
Towehda, May 12, 18.15, . - ' -
PAINTS, OIL AND toVE STUFFS
Corner of the Public Square & Main Street;