Newspaper Page Text
in Accomplished Rascal.
A young man named John Throp. the son
of an eminent antiquarian bookseller and sta
,tioner of London, was sentenced yesterday in
the Court of Sessions, to the State Prison at
Sing Sing for tWo years, for grand iarceny.---
The life of this young man has been a very
eventful one, and until now lie has escaped
punishment, for crimes which he has perpe
trated in England and this country. He is a
man nf.very great talent and a splendid scho
lar—familiar with the fine arts, and a penman
of wonderful and extraordinary ability. It is
until that, so expert is lie, that be can copy
with a pen and ink, a line engraving with such
nice ty, that it is "almost impossible to tell it
f r om the engraving itself, and that after seeing
a signature once, he can imitate it so perfectly
that it cannot be discovered which is the genu
ice. We have been informed by a gentleman
intimately acquainted with the family of'!'hrop,
that he had repeatedly committed forgeries in
England upon his father and uncle, which were
never brought up or acknowledged as genuine.
Within a year or two, however; he committed
forgeries in England, for which the police was
in search of him, but he succeeded in escaping
to this country by secreting himself in a ves
sel. Since he has arrived here he has carried
on a continued system of fraud and swindling,
obtaining large amounts of money from En
glish gentlemen in this city who were acquain
ted with his family and several of the consuls
—the - French consul among the number-1,40
whom he produced letters from the English
consul and other eminent men in England.—
Many of the persons (whom lie had defrauded
would have preferred.'cemplaints against him,
. had not the indictment upon which he was on
Saturday convicted, proved sufficient.
We understand that an attempt will be at
once made to his excellency Governor Wright
to obtain his pardon, but we do trust that lie
will not grant one—at all events before obtain
ing the information of which the police are pos
sessed, and of making, such other inquiries as
will enable him to determine whether his
clemency would be misplaced if extended to a
man who has done so much injury within so
short a period.—S. Y. News.
SIX HUNDRED SLAVES EMANCIPATED..-4 let
ter published in the N. Y. Journal of Commerce
mentions the decision recently given by the Su
preme Conn of Louisana, which emancipated
siz hundred slaves. The late Stephen Hen
derson directed by his 'last will that his slaves
(six to seven hundred . in number,) should be sent
to Liberia, by the American Colonization Socie
ty. His directions were, that at the end of five
years from Iris death, (which took place about
six years ago) the slaves should be permitted to
draw lots, and the ten on whom the lot -should
fall, should be sent to Africa ;
s at ten yeara from
his death twenty other, by lois and in twenty
five years, the whole of the residue should be
sent, after-securing an outfit of one hundred dol
lars. The suit now decided (it was lost in the
lower Codrt) was brought by the heirs, against
the executors of the will, and the decree of the
Court is, that the will must be carried out, (the
intention of the testator being clear) and the
slaves sent to Africa.
CAPTAIN KIDD ' S TREASUeES are in a fair way
heing.brought to light now. Haviiig Jigged
and pumped in vain in the Hudson, till the pa-
Lence of the-stockholders of the company enga
ccd in the business became exhausted, they have
employed a woman at Lynn, gifted with great
somnanibulic and mesmeric powers, to fathom
the secret of the concealed treasures. Of course,
she has discovered all kinds of valuables, from
gold crowns set with brilliant diamonds, to gold
watches, strewing the floor of the wreck like
ducks' eggs in a puddle. All these things, she
affirms, will reward the labor of the enterprising
speculators, if they only continue to work, and
live long enough to see it accomplished. The
meek will rise fifty per cent., it is anticipated,
in consequence of these disclosures.
THE PENNSYLVANIA REPORTER AND HONE
JOURNAL.--L R.' Diller having recently pur
chased the interest of his late partner in the
Home Journal. intends to remove the estab
lishment to Harrisburg, where the paper will
hereafter be putlished, under the title of the
Pennsylvania Reporter and Home Journal.—
It will be democratic in its charaCter, and sus
tain all the great measures of that party, the
independent treasury, individual liability, sub
mission of the minority of the party to the
clearly expressed will of, the majority, &é. It
will be published twice a week during the ses.
lion of the lewistature, and once a week the
remainder of the year.
On Monday evening last, at the Sugar Creek Inn, by J.
woodruff, Empire. Mr. Sera Louis to Miss ELiz♦
ANN Titan, all of Canton.
HY virtue of a writ of Vend. Expo. issued front
JUP the court of common pleas of Bradford cottnry, to
Ale directed I shall expose to public sale at the house
of Wm. Briggs in the Borough of Towanda, on
Thursday the 21st day of August the following piece
or parcel of land situate in Ulster township, and hound
ed vs follows :—east by the road leading from Towan•
da to Athens and lands of Guy Tracy, north by lands
to theposavasion of I. Ravens, west by lands of B. 8.
Welk!: containing about assess acres, more or less„
partly improved, with e sawmill thereon erected, with a
turning shop and lathe in said mill.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Guy Tra
cy, vs. Asa Forest.
J. N. WESTON, Sheriff.
Towanda, July 23, 1845.
S' ( V/SGS BANK.—No. 5, Brick row,
Super blue black silk.
- do. do. striped.
Rich chameleon , do.
Cashmeres, Delairres: •
Sheetings.;—chearr an ever.
• Window paper, &c., &c.
The above arc a few of the many New aoods just
opened et G. E. FLYNT & CO'S.
TOR SALE, at' DIT. MASON'S DRUG STORE,
a large lot of the beat CIGARS in town, by the
b" , tingle cigar or otherwiire, and very cheap.
Towanda, Jdly O. 1845:
Wayne County Ploughs.
4DOZ Weitte county ploughs, foe sett at the 8.1-
wings Ilank.• Plough merchanti supplied at manu
facturers price; and Farmers on'the most reasonable
G. E. PLYNT 4- CO.
July 30. 5 Brick Bow.
Iron ! Iron!
A FRESH SEPPLY of first rate hammered Iron,
jun received - and for sale tow by
Towanda, July sl:flit. 1845; D .. ; ARTLETT.
• r Carpets, •
A FRESH SUPPLY of fine Ingrain Carpets, all
.M . wool and very - beasy, jest reeeirea and for sale
"t 7 low for cub, by G.- D. BARTLETT.
Fcich A• Fisher,
IESPEETPULLY announce to the Ladies and
Gentlemen of Towanda, and vicinity, that they
have opened rooms in the new building up stairs, south
west corner of the public square (in the room formerly
occupied by Ulysses Mereur as a Law office,) and
would-be happy to wait on all those who may wish
goodlatenesses of themselves, single fa in groups. En
trance west side of Montanye's store. Mr. F• 4
have the satisfaction of knowing th-it their Portraits are
equal to any taken in the city of New York or Phila
delphia, and equal to any heretofore taken in the country,
and respectfully invite the Ladles and Gentle Men to
call and examine specimens.
Portraits taken equally well in clear or cloudy %yeath
When children are to be taken, a clear day should
be selected. The hours between 9A. M. and 4 P. M.
are the best.
As the color and material of the dress, adds much to
the beauty of t'ae impression, therefore for Ladies, silk
dresses, of any color (except white; light blue, or red.)
either plain, striped or figured, are the best fur the pue.
fl3Terr,ons having inferior pictures, can have them
exchang'ea oh reasonable terma.
As our stay is limited, persons residing in tile village
or country would do well to call as early as conveni
Towanda, July 30th, 1845.
HO, FOR TIIE BRICK ROW.
.Iro. 4, Bound to Shine.
lIERE ARE WE, - ON HAND AGALN with a
new arrival of fresh GOODS, directly from New
York City, Consisting of
Broadcloths, Cassimeres of the newest styles,
Satlinetts, Kentucky Jeans. Gamboons,
Summer cloths, and Vestings, of
every description and variety,
The latest styles of Baliarines, Fancy Prints, and
Ginghams. Irish Linens, Linen Diaper, Brown and
Bleached Meetings and Skirtings, Apron Cheek, Cot
ton Batting, Brie Wadding, and various other things in
that line too numerous to mention. ALSO, a large
sock of Groceries, Hard-ware, and Crockery, which
together with our former stock renders our assortment
complete. And we wish to be positively understood,
that we CAN and WILL sell as cheap for CASH, as
any other establishment in Town. the Savings Bank"
not excepted, and if strict attention to the wants of cus
tomers and cheap prices merits patronage, we say again,
that we are bound to shine. ''''Please call on us Le
fore going elsewhere.
Good fresh Butler, and all kinds of GRAIN and
LUNII3ER taken in exchange for goods, for which the
highest market price will he paid.
!rro"Don't mistake the place—No. 4 Brick Row, two
-anon ahead of the Savings Bank and neit door to W.
H. Baird and Co.
Towanda; July 1E45. TRACY & MOORE.
Tll' cheapest and best lot of Crockery in Towan
'da may be found at TRACY & MOORE'S.
July 20th., 1645 No. 4 Brick Row.
WILLOW WAGGONS and Cradles fur chil
dren, for sale cheap at
ly 30. TRACY & MOORE'S.
GOOD twoortment of Tin and Stone4Vare at
lit TRACY 4. MOORE'S, /Va. 4 Brick Row.
NDID lot of WHIPS of every description
at prices to suit the purchaser at
July 30. TRACY & MOORE'S. A;,. 4 Brick Rhte.
InATENT PAILS. Brooms, Clothes, hos, Hearth
Brushes, Trace Chains, Shovels and Manure
Forks, Hay Knives and Hand saws for sale at the very
lowest prices for cash at TRACY & MOORE'S.
July 11"0:4 Brick Row.
Al.l, PAPER, Window Saab of all sizes and
Glass at TRACY-& MOORE'S.
July 30. No. 4 1 Brick Row,
North Branch Canal Company.
NOTICE is hereby given that agreeably to a reso.
lution of the Board of Managers of the North
Canal Company, a further instalment of nine dollars
per share is required to be paid to Zebedee Cook, Jr.,
Treasurer of said Company, at his office in the city of
New York; or deposited to his credit in the Wyoming
Bank at Vvilkesbarre, on or before the Ist day of Sep
tember next, upon each and every share of said capital
stock, under and subject to the provisions of the several
acts of Assembly, incorporating the Company aforesaid.
By order of the Board,
GARRICK MALLERY, President.
Philadelphia, July 24,1845,
QQ,NIE fit person for the State Prison, or the gal
lows, in the night of 21st inst., attempted' to IN t
fire to my office, by breaking out a light of glass, and
throwing on to a table, among papers, a parcel of rom
bestible matter rolled up in a cloth, which was burned
ilt two ita the middle.. But a kind Procidencefrotened
upon the attempt of the base incendiary, and the fire
The object of the villian, was, no doubt, to burn up a
large amount of property in Bonds and Mortgages--in
which I have no personal interest except the charge of
them, and a small commission. The foolish villlan had
not sense enough to know, that the Mortgages were all
on record ; nor honesty and uprightness enough to cum
how much be injured his neighbors, And hundreds of
settlers, in burning up my hooks of account, and the
bonds upon which all the paymenis were endorsed, and
in almost all the cases the only vouchers the settlers
could, have as evidence of payment. It therefore be
hooves every- settler who has a proper sense Of right
and among, to assist me in looking up this villainous
incendiary, that he may be brought "to the light of a
Court rfJustice"—in doing which, they, or any other
person, wh4 may find the unprincipled rogue, shall re
ceive the above reward, of one hundred. (Idlers.
J. KINGSBERX, for the
Bank of N. America and many others.
Sammy:cis, 23d July, 1845.
n"..ratice to SallerB.D3
The subscriber having deposited the Bonds and Mort
gages in his possession, in Towanda—in consequence
of the late attempt to burn hi, office—takes this meth
od to notify such of the settlers on land in his charge,
who ,are desirous—when convenient—to make pay
ments, may pay,the same to either of his sons, Burton,
or Joseph Kingsliery, Jr. at Towanda, and either of
their receipts shall be admitted as vouchers for so much
paid—or, when more.conrenient, to the subscriber, in
Sheshequin; and such payments shall be ,endorsed on
the proper bonds the first convenient opportunity.
Shesbequin, July n. 1845
In the matter of the applieation of Freeman Lone and
others, Rector Church Wardens Vestrymen and Wei
shippers in SI Path's. Troy Bradford County. At
a court of Common Pleas of Bradford County, May
11VOTICE is hereby given that Freca . sen Lane. G.
11 P. Reedington, John M'Kean, Layton Run jaw,
E. C. Oliver, Jere Adams, L. F. Ballard, S. W.
Paine, Henry Card, Bateman Monroe 2d., Henry B.
Card, on the 16th day.of May 1845, presented to the
Court, an instrument in writing, praying the Court to
be allowed to make certain amendments in their char
ter, as heretofore confirmed and established by your
said court. and the objects; 'trick's, and conditions
therein set forth and contained agpearing to them lark.
ful and not injurious to the community, directed the
said writing to be filed, in the office of the Prothonotary
of Bradford County, and that notice be given in one
newspaper in said county, for at least three weeks be
fore the next Court of Common Pleas of said County
setair,..forth that an application has been made to said
Court to grant such amendments to be made in their
charter according to law.
AARON CHHBRUCK, Prot.
• Prot's. Ofrice, Towanda July 30th.1843.
ALETLATIJS by Barrel, Keg, or pound at
G. U. FLYNT dt CO. No. 5 Brick Raw
In the matter of Pie application of Joseph Li. Riggs.
and others, of the North Presbyterian Church and
society of Wells township. May Term, 184 5.
lOTICE is hereby given, that Joseph, L. Itigg% S
. M. White, W.W.Ballard, end others, have pre.
.ented to said court an instrument in waiting, and the
objects, articles and conditions - set forth and contain
therein appearing to them lawful and not injurious tb
the communit*, directed that=said writing be bled, and
that notice be - given in one , newspaper printed in said
county of Bradford, for at least three weeks before the
next court of common pleas of said county, setting forth
that an application has been made to said coert to gmat
such an act of incorporation, according to the act of As
sembly in such cases made and provided. -
A. CHUBBUCK, Prothonotary.
Prot.'s office, July 30, 1845.
In the matter of the application- Bazle. el Oates, and oth.
era, of the firat Presbyterian Church and congrega
tion, of Rome Townah99. Nay Term, 1845.
NOTICE is hereby given that Betaleel Gates, Sol
omon Spalding. G. W. Eastman, C. R. Bassett,
and others, have presented to the said court an instru
ment in writing, and the objects, - articles anti conditions
set forth and contained therein appearing to them lawful
and not injurious to the community, directed that said
writing be filed, and that notice be given in one news.
paper printed in said county of Bradford. for at least
three ,weeks before the next court of common pleas of
said county;- - setting forth that an application has been
made to said'court to grant such an actof incorporation.
according to the act Of Assembly in such cases made
and provided. A. CRUBBUCK, Prot.
Prht.'s race, July 30, 1845.
TOWANDA SELECT SCHOOL.
A r- k WING to some arrangements that have been made,
Ur the present term of this School will continue un
til the 15th of August. Then there will bo a vacation
of two weelus, and the school will be removed to the
JNO. P. WORTHING. • •
SARAH F. WORTHING, -Tiwiters
Towanda, July 21, 1845.
CV those new and CHEAP GOODS. They will
11 be sold cheaper than ever. (if possible) to make
room for Fall Goods, Look for N 0.5, •• Savings Bank,"
as it is the only genuine Cheap Cash Store.
July 22. G. E. FLYNT & CO.
I [ST OF LETTERS. remaining in the Post
AA Office at Athens, June UM, 1845.
Henson Catharine Mrs, Marvin R. B.
Clapp Nathaniel 3 Morgan Thomas
Chandler Lavine Miss Northrop 8.
Curry E. Norris J.
Cooper Henry Phelin
Converse Francis Porter Roht.
Ellson W. Felton Ezra
Felton E. Renshaw M.
Ferris A. Rowlinivson Renophon '
Gillet R. Rice W a nton
Grit Ten Betsey Miss Rowland H.
Gurnsey H. F. Mica Show E. Miss 3
Hot kips C. Smith E. J. Miss 2
Hunt James Satterlee 0. D.
Hupban Windsor Thorpe W. 141;
Hammond Alison Titus M:
Keaeh John Toole Francis
Merchant Luther Warner A. Miss
Morris Sarah Miss Weller J. A.
McDuffle E. Miss Watsen George
Moody Adelphia Mrs. Wells C. F.
C. S. PARK, P.M. M.
In all your getiings, get linderstamlin g.
Ni. To UNDERSTAND where Goods are to
±3l . be sold CHEAP, don't forget the Old Establish
ment, MONTAN YE'S STORE, corner of the public
square and main street, where goods always have been
disposed of for the Ready, and always will be, as long as
the finn continues to du business, at as small 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, d'isdles, Rakes, Pitchforks, 4e.
Also, 500 bushels of Srst•rate SALT, put up in the
very best barrels. ,
100 yards CARPETING for sale very cheap.
Wanted. 500,000 SHINGI.ES and as many Boards,
for which Liberal prices will be paid.
July 7. J D. &E. 1). MONTANYE.
616. TONS DUNCANNON NAILS. and shall he
- 4 ail receiving more,. to which the attention of Mer.
chants is invited at wholesale, at
IIST OF LETTgIiS ;remaining in the Poal OLEO
at Towanda, Pa, , June 30th 1845,
A Iworth'E. Mra. Lynch Michael
Baird E. W. :Loomis Marcus
Barren James. tMarinPatrick
Brown Philo E. 'Morin Daniel
Beeman E. Esq. ;Mosier Mary
Bogart W. P. !Morin Michael
Booth William. • !Mather Joen
Bullock D. Gen. !!VcClow Edward
Barnes Wm. 'Mosier William
Cummings Patrick Adna's,Marshall Charlotte
Crothers Nathan B, :Mealy Michael '
Carpenter Edwin. i Mercur 4 Elliott)
Chace Mary. Nye L. L. M. 2f
Carlin Daniel. Nathrons Isaac
Co: Hiram M. Powell George
Coveny Michael. Rogers Diah
Carmon John.,l . lussell W. Efkl. for TM
Carl Mary. ,Spratt G. Alt
Dennis Charles. ',Sander John
Duart David 2. .Swartwood C. R.
Emit Mr. 'Sours Ephrsiin
Earl Wm. 'Stuart George N
Encar H. Esq. Mr. Stuart, George
Ettioridge Isaac D (Sumner J. N
Eaton Gordon H ;Swartwood Charles
French Wm 'Thenll Onin
Foster Elisha Taylor Timothy M
Fields Thaddeus 'Tanner Ruth E
Francisco Signor !Taylor Minor
Foster E. or Hainsworth C' Taylor C. R.
Foster Samuel B. :Tavreluld Miss Caroline
Fox Akira A Thompson Elizabeth
Groo Alfred Verne Miss Cecile
Criflin Miss A. I Walsh William
Madden Armstrong IWilley Harry
Hovey Mr. Rev. .WilCos Elishs
Halstead E. 0 Wood Samuel H.:...
Holy Britoilet Mrs. Weaver Henry Jr.
Irvine Andrew Warner William
Johnson Eiljati. A. S. CHAMBERLIN. P. If.
CHJIIIS ./IND BEDSTEdIDS.
THE subscribers still continue
• to manufacture and keep on hand
at their old stand, all kinds of
Cane and Wood seat Chairs ;
also Sellees of various kinds
-- Nv, , ,
\ , ---- 4. BEDST.E.RDS, of every
1.... ' description, which we will
sell low for cash or produce.
TURNING done to order.
• TOMKINS & MAKINSON.
Towanda, April 123. 1845.
At the Lumberman's Exchange,
1-H.& H.B . PHINNEY have just received from
. New York a fresh stock of Goods, which mattes
their assortment complete. Consisting in part of DRY
GOODS, GROCERIES. HARDWARE. Cutlery,-
Crockery. Paints, Oils, Dye stuffs, Fish, Leather, tee.,
all of which we will exchange for lumber or most kinds
of produce, on as teasonahle terms as any of our neigh
bors. We particularly advise the public to call & ex
amine our stocks. s .
Wanted 600,000 shingles and 500,000 white pine
N. B. Bradford Co. scrip taken Co ponds at par.
• Mourneton. July I. J. H. &S. H. PHINNEY.
,ger sa le. ( y
quality Quinnebang Scythe
y O. D, BARTLFI I .
TIEIRUIT—Just received a supply of Lemons, Prunes,
11.7 Figs, Raisins, dte. at CHAMBERLIN'S.
Juno. ,1845 . . No.I Brick 'Row.
inklLS—Linseed, Sweet, Castor and Lamp' Cite,
Ur good and cheap at CHAMBERLIN'S.
Jabs, 1845. No. 1 Wick Row.
sANCY great• variety for tale
low. nt CHAMBERLTITS.
June 1845.- No. 1 Drick.Row.- •
iTomlins Miss S. M
SS W' eraoU,S3a
'UST as thei*told its 'on the 10th lune:. There
V confounded BAIRD'S have got New. Goods
again In the loam:urge of Mrs.' Caudle ;=i 4 Thing.
haVe Come to a pretty'pess When them Beird's ears- go
'to Near York and boy goods just when, they &ale.'
- Yra, Fellow Citizens, they have guessed it ezartly ;
even - Henry Sheldon & eo., hacked up by one neigh.
hors over the way, can't stop our baying and Balling
Goods. It is with est as it was with the boy who said
"it whiald itself." Goods will find their Way into
our store at No. 3. and the good people of Bradford
county will-buy them and take them out.
We now have the pleasure of informing our old
friends and the public generally, that we are this day
receiving from die city of New York a splendid midi' ,
Lion to our former stock of goods, which have been pur
chased ha the - eity by oneof our firm in, person. withtha
"ready rhino" and will be sold positively cheaper for
rash than goods have ever been sold in Towanda.
We are often asked the question, bow it is we can
sell goods so much lower than some of our neighbors!
We Will give you a few of the reasons.
FIRST—We use our own capital, and consequently
have no interest to pas.
SECONDLT—We occupy our own building, and con
sequently.have n 6 rent to pay.
'fitzantv—We have other bosines& ea hand which
is ample for our support, and consequently need not
tax our customers for the purpose.
FOURTHLY' & LASTLT—We buy no goods of Henry
Sheldon & co., and consequently can sell aleetle cheap
er than those who do.
Now, Ladies and Gentlemen, in order to satisfy
yourselves whether you mos buy cheaper at No. 3 Brick
Row, than at any other piece in the world, you have
only to continue to do as you have been uoingfor neao
ly three years past. Just drop in before you boy; in.
quire the prices and examine the qualities of our
goods. We know you wilt do that. and we also know
that having looked, you will buy, as you must be satis
fied it is your lutenist to do so.
Our new stock consists of DRY-GOODS, GRO
CERIES, HARD-WARE. Family Medicines. paints
&Oils, and in fact every thing except "Fresh Salt."
We fear the printers wilt grumble it we spin out
this advertisement. to enumerate the articles. So just
call and take a look. (ErGon't forget the place—NO.
a BRICKROW—'way aware the " Shavin's Bank,"
a considerisblidistance from "the Old Areade. the fray
&aka and the Slaughter-house," but close along by the
side of No. 2. W. H.-BAIRD di CO.
Afar 20. , No. 3 Brick Raw.
No. 3 always in good lame.
THOSE ORANGE & LEMONS are on hand,
ready forthe4th o July, at
June 26, BA RIVE, No. 3 Brick Row.
11 ERE IS NO. 3 Mita —2O Quintles Codfish,
just reed Dad for dale at BAIRD'S.
June 26. No 3 Brick Raw.
BROWN SHEETING—SeveraI Bales just tec'd
at the place where they keep I very thing. We
ueed not say it is at No. 311 rick Row.
JIMA 26. W. H. BAIRD dc CO.
IWO have a large quantity of warranted GRASS
rk. CRADLE SCYTHES of different stamp*
Cradles, Rakes, Scythe Snaths, Quinehaug StoneA,
Rifles, ready made Tow Pants, Pitchforks. and all the
necessary implements for haying and harvesting, which
we will sell cheaper than tho cheapest, for Cask, but
ler, Grain or COUNTY ORDERS at par.
July 1. HAIRD dr. CO. No. 3 Brick Row.
ALLpersons indebted to the estate of Jerume R.
Bowman, late of Towanda township, deceased,
are requested to make immediate payment, and all
those having demands against the same are 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 PAR for all kinds of Goods
'July I. 1845. by ELLIOTT & MERCER.
&MIL ) ZUTAtaD LqOS2OEZ2O
/VIM 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 dec'd,
late of Wysox township, notice is hereby given that I
have appointed Friday 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. 1845.
Art NE DOZEN Morgan's celebrated GRAIN CRA.
LIPP DLES, with Harris' Scythes, for sale by
June 23, 1845. , . REED.
Friends /t,' Fellow Citizens,
'll WE two now in want of Bradford County stock,
- and any persona having certificates, called
i county orders, can find a maket at No. 3, where they
will be taken at par in exchange for any of the articles
I l compristng the largest and cheapest stock of Goods in
, the United States.
We had some 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 hove burnt
their fingers. Don't forget that our office is at No. 3
Brick Row W. H. BAIRD & CO.
E xecutor' s Notice.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Jeduthen
Withey, late of Canton. de&d. are requested to
make immediate payment, and all those having demands
against the same are requested to present them; legally
attested for settlement to either of the subscribers in
Union township, 'flogs co.
CHARLES 0. SPENCER.
Canton, July 1, 1845. Executor's.
Rein QU•RTIETIS, July I, 1845.
IT is hereby ordered'.that from and after this dote
11. goods are to be sol,l l 6 in this encampment fer cash
whenever they will brin anythingubove cost. • Clerks,
agents and customers one hereby commanded to govern
themselves acconlingly .1 Braggarts are to stand. back
and keep off the parade groom'.
OA D. BARTLETT, Commanding officer.
/In 141 EN vsTo NES::fhe iiesrassortment of Nova
NU,' Scotia and other kind of grindstones, ever brought
to t his place, for sale by 0. D, BARTLETT.
ifinZ OLD FASBIONED SCYTHES, a splcu-
UP did article for salo,oboap by
July 1. O. D. BARTLETT.
4A - 1 7 1 - 11ST RATE ARK, and lota of ARK ROPE,
for sale by W. IL BAIRD dz CO.
No. 3 Brick Row.
HATS of superior qualitiraz- - and must approved
styler, from $2 op to— Call and see. •
G. E. FLYNT 4- CO:
AILI, persons indebted to the estate of Samuel &built.
L deceased. lett, of W sus - tp., are requested to make
tomaediate pay went, and all those basing deminds agai net
the'same are requested to present them, legally attested,
for settlement. JESSE EDSALL,
NATHAN ALVOIID, Jr.
Wells, July 7, 1845. Administrators..
THE PAMPHLET LAWS of the hist Legisla
ture have been received, and orertrady for distil.
buuoo. A. GLIUBBUCK,-Pitor.-
Prothonotary's Office, July lid 1845:
MEDICINE - ANI) SURGERY.
Wit R. JAMES M. 1.:00DRICII has located himself
_ll5 l .at MONROE. for the practice of his profession,
and wilt be•. pleased to wait err those requiring his ser
vices. Be may be found.st J. E.. Johnson's tavern.
Reference may be made to Drs. Hun-ow & 'MASON,
of Towanda. April 23, 1843:.
To the Voters •of Bradford County.
FELLOW CITIZENS :- 1 offer myself to yom
consideration for the office of Sheriff. Should'
you honor me with your eonfidenee, by nominating and
electing me tonic' office at the ensuingeh3Ction. I pledge
myself to discharge the duties• of the ogee with fidelity'
'and hutioinity • ZiIFISITER.-
Torrandri Township. /lily r:1845.1
4,919:M54=1:14 - 1t911124-...,
At .the Elmira .Chcap,. Cash. Store,
I, /Brick Row. •
, . . .•
A CHAMLIF e RLAN respectfully informs the
roblic 'that he has purchased of L S. Wood &
Cu. tnede stock of 'goods, and has just received ji new
supply. *hick renders his 'assortment of Drugs. Alai.'
dues, Paints. Oils, Dye-stuffs aud Fundy Groieries
complete., His stock consists in part of the idluWing
Arrow root Flour sulphur
Aquafortis G luu
Aqua ammonia. Gum camphor
Blue Vitriol Gamboge
Bayberry bark Glauber salts
do tallovr Hellebore
Balsam lobe Harlem ail
do Copaiva . Hydrioate Potass
Barbadoes tar Iceland moss
Balsam honey Ipecac
Blood root lodine' •
Blue pills Jalap
Balsam Fir Juniper Berries
Black drop Lunar Caustic .
- Pearled Liquorice ball and met
Bateuran's drops Laudanum
Bugundy Pitch Morphine
Cayenne pepper Manna
African do Mace -
Calomel Nus Vom Ica
Chamonile ttcr. Oxalic acid
Corrosive sublimate Essential oils, all kith
Cochineal Oil soap
Cubebs Pills .
Coc. inudicue Phosphate iron '
Carbonate iron Quicksilver
do Magnesia Quassia
do Soda Quinine
Cowage Red Precipitate . •
Chloride lime Sager Lead
Cream tartar Syringes
Dragon's blood Valerian root
Dover's Powders Saffron
Digitalis Uva Ursa
Emery, assorted var. Liniment
Bpsono sake Ven. turpentine, &c.&e.
A complete variety of GROCERIES, such as Tea,
Sagas, Coffee, Starch, Raisins, Cinnamon, Soda Crack
era, (Roger, Pepper, Eng. Currants, Nutmegs, Tobacco
and Snuff, Candles, &e.
A con pieta assortment of Points, I!]y'e•stuffa, Win
dow Mast, Patent Medicines, &c.
Towanda, June 16, 1845.
DT. 1 N. Sumner, Surgeon Dentist,
ESPEdTFULLY informs his'frienda that hav
ing recovered from his illness. he will make his
next professional visit ti Towanda, on or beim the
first day of October next.
New Blaeksmithing Estailishment.
THE SUBSCRIBER, having for.acd a partner
sltip with his brother, continues to carry on the
business at his brother's new stand, east side of Main
street, south part of the borough, where he is prepared
to erecute all orders for Horseshoeing, Carriage &
Coach work and Edge Tools.
He assures the public that all work curtsied to his
care will be well done, as lie has thoroughly learned
his trade and is determined to render satisfaction.
JOHN A. ESEN WINE.
Towanda. Vecember 30, 1844.
REMOVED TO No. 1, BRICK ROW !
RESPECTFULLY informs his
ills , . • fnends and the public thai be has
~s , 6 --
~,24i , REMOVED to, the Brick Row,
/ ov.. 4 is 0. 1, where he still continues to
Is' l_ , carry en his old businciiior
1 9 % 4 -I , 4* * C Watch and Clock Repairfng,
:- -•:-, = -.---" - which vi, ill be done on short notice,
and warranted to be well done. - From a long experi
ence in the business, he believes that he will be able to
render perfect satisfaction to all who may favor him
with their patronage,
N.B. Watches warranted to run well one year, or
the money refunded; and a written agreement given
to that eilk.o. to all that desire one.
CLOCKS.—A large assortment just received and
for sale vety low for cash.
If you want to buy Jewelry cheap call at Chum-,
berlin's Watch Shop, No. I; Brick Row.
co' MAPLR, SUGAR, Wood, and all kinds of Coun
try Produce received in payment.
Towanda, June IS, 1845.
To all people to whom these presents shall come.
... - ...,q.., .. D. VANDERCQOK , Cabinet
~. .- - -- . , ,,• '7- " - -"- Maker 4. Under/G.4er, wishes to
' i-7:-„„--'" 5 zgitO , l inform the public, that he still con-
Vgii I:7 times to keep on hand a general
..., SW: assortment of Cabinet Furniture.
...,,, ......-- - His... establishment is situated on the
11t................. in i corner of Main &State streets. see
ond door north of the Bank and
directly opposite W. Watkins' Jaw office. .Persons
wishing to furnish themselves with furniture, will find
it an object to call and examine, purchase and pop, as
the subscriber is determined (for cash) to sell all kinds
of furniture at a less price than ever before known.
J une 23,, 1845. D. VANDERCOOK.
11l _EMT AIkIiIEDBOIDIIIMIIIE'IIaZIONST
WRIO the usual assortment in country shops. - the
scriber.keeps on hand and manufactures to order.
the S.fa Rockin ,, chair, beautifully upholstered, also
the huff French Ilabo g dny chair, together: edtlr sofar
of the latest sod most approved patterns, all al which
will be disposed of for all kinds of cumin , - f produce st
the-usual low prices. and' for cash at very much redu
ced prices. at the Cabinet shop of
June 23, 1845. D. V ANDMOOK.
COFFINS made to order on the shortest notice
very 10. v for ready pay. A hearse will be in at
tordance when desired.
June '23,1845. - D. V A:1 DERCOOK.
WANTED, by the subscriber, zny quantity of
white pine. cherry, and whiteemexl lurnber, in
exchange for furniture.
June 23, !545. D. VANDERCOOK
CRNUST received and fdr sale at D. Kingsbery's Siore,
. a few barrels superfine FLOUR, from Overton
64Itinarsh's mill. Warranted an e.elra article.
June 23. 1645.
Sot the Towanda She:in:a Bunk, 'nut ..‘‘J.
Brick Row, nor the Old .11reade.
But Brick Row,
NCYW AUK 0 WX,ED4E Dto he the- identical
spot where goods are sold cheaper for colt or ready
pay, Limp any other establishment west of the" cities of
New York or Philadelphia. Persons wishing, to prove
this fact, can easily do it; by calling in baser'. No time
wilEbe spent irr skinninojtinfs,lir filling out bills of a
worthless hzslitution. But the whole title° and atten
tion of the subscriber and his cictk, will be exclusively
devoted to selling goods] cheap. A nimble. six pence,
better than a slow shilling. C. REED.
Juno 23, 184.. Nei. 2 Briek
•j'ON SUGAR & slol,Asr•Bri.—This d a y me,'
by the "Chem:al:Atm" end for sale cheap by
the pound, Gallen, BIM I or filed.
July I. B. !RD'S. N 0.3 Jri.ielr Row. •
• 25' puNs !
GUNS for thel" North Branch Canal." and
thirties. for G. E. FLY NT & CO'S cheap
cash atom. Just received at the Savings Bonk, thore
New Goods r—Wa are oaring them at" private yak
"'one notch" lowerthan at any other estatdishnient.in
the borough. G. E. FLYNT . & CO.
6PE1151 & WNSEED OILS. .1-
lur way e on hand at G. E. TUNT &GO'S.•
Portrait Painting, .by W. It Perkins,
ORTI' BIDE 'of the quite, in the room over .1.
C.: Mame Law Oface—COL Mix's bloat.
Likenesses ar - arranted. Thmaparent Binds, of any
size or pattern desired. June 18, 1845. " 4
HATB.&c&rs. 4, BONNETS. all dui lat e etvlrs
for Ealeat- , MIN.& EONS'.
ORM GROCERY STOR
Keep it Before the People,
WHAT. the Old Drug Buse, that side of the PC
..II lie &Punt, le now receiving the largest a
merit of Drugs and Medicines ever alined iri WIC*
ket, among , tibia's: rem the following, viz -
Sulph. 3forphii, Blue MAti,"
do. quinine,' 'Nit. Bilvill, l
Eng. Calomel, - Quiek do.
lodid. Youssik. Mepaine, 4
lied Precipitate, Ipecac,
White do. Tart. Antimony,
Elateruim; 'Valerian Root.
Kreasot, *knees do.
Pulv. Julep, ' Serpentaria do.
Est. do., Pennon do:
Ext. Colycinth, Colombo' do.
do. Gentian, Pink' do. 1 .
do. Cicuta. emu'. 1.
do. nyosciamils, Adhesive Plaiti, '
do. Terazecum, Cantharides,
Spring and Thumb Lancets, Lancet eases tte:.• .
The attentietr of PM YIsICIAVS id particularly ,
cited to the above articled, they being just received fill
one of the meat respectable houses in I`4w Yerk 110
will therefore be warranted pure and free floe- edulli
ation in all cases, and disposed of at iiiy, low priceS
OILS AND ESSENCES.
Wintergreen', Cinnamon, Peppermint; Rose=
Wormseed, Hentlock, Sassafreas. Lemon Lavender. It
gamot, Aniseed; Cloves, Juniper, Amber, Cajput, Cris
way. Monardi Fennel, Almond. Origanum, Ceder, Ai
bee, dec., Vie.
The most popular of the day. such at De. Jill
Expectorant, Wihtar's Balsam Wild Cherfj,, , Sat
Sarsaparilla, Dr. Jayue's Carmanitis'e, if
hound. Turtington's Pink Expectorant. Syrol4 , —B
man's Drops, Andersons do.. Lemon's Cough do.,
quid °pock!doe, Balsam Honey, Preston Salts, Mrs.
Gardners Balsam Liverwort a ntllloarhound,Dr.SpOhns'
Digestive Elixor,Dr. Munna Elix. of Opium, Dr. Ben
joinin Godfrey's Cordial. Dr. Weaver's Worm Tea,
Cheessian's Arabian BitYam:Balm of Columbia, nut,
tar's Itlagnrsiate Apar ent, Henry's do., Dr. Thompsdn's
Eye Water, British Oil, Harteem do; Maccassar-do,
Bear's do., Graves Hair do., Croton do., together With *
many others to numeroua to mention,
Compound Cathartic, Hooper'a Fe ale,
German, Lees Windham Etzllunii Miles Tornatte,
13randreth'e, Wright's Indian Vegemile, De. Paidki's,
Webster's, Metiers and Bitiers, Alebasiv, BrehOlroh*o.
PAINTS, OIL AND UTE STIFFS.
- White. Red and Black Lead. Chrome Green - Chrome
Yellow, Yellow Ochre; Prussian Blue Rose Pink.BirgaS
load, Lithasge, - Blue Smarts, Venetian Red, Vermillisn,
. Turmeric, AnnarY), Indigo, Copperas, Allurn; Crude
Tartar, Cochineal, Solut,ion of Tin, Verdigris, Blue
Vitrol, Glass 7 by 9, 8' by 10, and .10 by 12, Putty,
Linseed bil, &c., 1
A. D. IiTONT.-72,TP, Daxmots4 , .
Towanda, May 21, 1845.
THE TOWANDA CHEAP STOHE.
LIR SIZEirLi3I4:323 4/11211= 31CTIS
THE sobseriber has lust returned from New York
with a splendid assortment of Spring and 13om
nuntr goods, which he offers for sale at least fifteen
per cent. cheaper than goods have ever been, or iever
will be sold in this borough. His sock consistsof fo:
reign and domestic DrylGoods, such as French, English
and American Cloths, Cassimeres, Sattinetts,Kentbeky
Jeans, Summer stuffs. A splendid assortment of Prints
of all prices, also a full supply of Brown mad Blt4bed
goods, also, Fancy Goods, such as Linen Handkerchiefs,
Black, Blue Black, Plaid and stripcd,silks, Thread and
Muslin Edgings, Ladies and Gentlernens Cravats, Bon
net Ribbons, Damask and Mouselin de Leine Sh'awls,
Parasols and a thousand art4clest no numerous to, mention.
GROCERIES--Brown, Loaf and Crushed Stigars,
St. Croix. Portirico and New Orleans Molasses, Cogni
se and American Brandy, Holland Gin, Teas, dtc.l also
"Crockery, Glass, Nails, Hardware dre.dce.
All persons desirous of puiChasing goods Ib*l trill
do well to give lum a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Butter, Eggs, Cheese and Grain taken in payment
for Goodi. CHARLES REED.
ToiraniSa, May 15, 1845
Comer aF. the Public Square S Main Sired.
IV HE largest and cheapest lot of goods ever offered
in Bradford County is now opening at the above
store. The. most fashionable Goods at the seasonlench
as Balzarines, Lawns. die., with every variety et(lPtibt
manufactured in the United States All the new titYli's
of Summer Goods for Gentlemen bops sad youth. I
BOOTS 4- SHOES of any quannty and any price.
20 doz. HATS at the lowest possible price. )
GROCERIES of all kinds and HARD BARE in
Returning sincere thanks for the very liberal patronage
they have heretofore received, they pledge themselve s , to
sell as cheap as goods of the same quality can b e pur
chased in this or any of the neighboring villages.' We
would therefore advise our friends to call before pur
chasing elsewhere. J. D. &E. D. MONTAMIE.
Towanda, May It, 1845.
A NEW SUPPLY ! 1
BURTON KINGSBERY informs the puhiftelgene
rally that he has just received direct (torn New
'York City, his spring stock of GOODS. It ecOprises
a very general assortment of Dry Goods, Groeeries,
Hardware &a. His goods have beep selectea witlllmirch
care', and will be sold as cheap as can ho bought m To
wanda. Call in and see it it is not so-
Towanda, April 30, 1815.
SADDLE St. HARNLfSS
EsPECTFIi LIN inform that they still continue
We the manufacture of Saddles, Bridles. Harness,
Ka, in Col. Mix's building, next door to 1. C.. Adana'
LBW Office, where they will keep constantly on; hand,
and manufacture to order,
Elastic fl r 5, COlnllio and .1600(1 S'aildles.•
liarnev, Carpet, Pap,
!'lines, 4'c. 4-c.
Carriage Trimming and Military Work dune to'
Matti-asses, Pew snit C'nair Cushions made on 'Not
notice and reasonable terms.
The subscribers hope by doing their work we i tt, and
by n strict attention to business, to merit a share of
public patronage. ELK A NAH 'SMITH & SON..
l'orkanda, Mdv 21,1645. I ,
110 ! -FOR THE TIAIES
Va s.'acowa a.srD quitaa.zk,
noliE suseribers now hare on hand all kinds cif mer•
ehaudize for the senrom ruld altho' they lo.tilot
pledge themselves to se/1 brewer by ill or 20 peri cent.
than their neighbors, yet M. 'J do pledge the:7lllm In
sell as hoc far cads as can be bought at soy •use. in
town, Elmira. Owego or Btughamtbd.
Mar 20, 1345. 1-r.' MIX 4. sin :•.
'eGoods for the Millions."
VlTSTmeeiseil at the &vine Sank, a numtve of twila
O of thwte cheap Urocerieg, whiCh =New our ssnort.
meat campletC. Tbboio who ptrutlise our' ateri
iishrtient, will derive decided ad intitage over duito who
puicheae at other stpeeN who h$ Stisinera on dirliret!it
system, es they arc not nvTrvhinte,l equivalerit
ifelinquedee of those who never pay. No 5, Brie Row.
G.E. FLYNT n.
(4) 175.7. I:1E5 7:17 (Pi
MiX & SONS', •
fit now opening at their store nbcgittiful and cheap
lot of S1151511:11 GOODS. direCtlfmln the City.
wiltho sohl : Cas bash, as low as' can hc fright -
at" The Stnlings Bank." or at any store in
anal Towanda. 19th Alay. '45.
BRUSHES. —4 general ossoitniciit of Hair,rr, a , nt,
Fifth; and .line bilishea 'at
CUAMBEfIIIi', ND. 113ridrilirr.
No. 2 Brickßau