Bradford reporter. (Towanda, Pa.) 1844-1884, October 29, 1845, Image 3
I FOR MIN MEREST ! H. MIX AND SON, TAKE exceeding great pleasure in. announcing to the public that their extensive assortment of FALL 4. wiNTER GOOPN, consisting of DRY-GOODS; GROCERIES, IMRD WARE; CROCKERY , Boots, Shoes, Iron, -Wails, Salt, Fish, Leather, AT., Ac. I , i n rr'irket, opened and ready for their numerous customers, and will be sold' cheaper for Cash, than can be AI at any other establishnzent in town We do not say this for the purpose of decoying customers into L J , tore , (as is the practice with some of our neighbors,) but merely that the citizens of Bradford Ceutity tray know best where to buy goods to their interest. Its for us to know that we have enjoyed some of the "smiles and favors" of a generous public. fer gratifY in gs 2 n umber of years, and we will by no means make assertions that we canno - , and do not intend to fulfill, least wq might, hie some of our neighbors, receive their troWns. But we we wish every man, woman and child to k n ow the fact. that we will sell our entire stock of New and Fashionable Goods, at the extreme haw rate of 12i per cent. above cost and transportation ! - Towanda, October -1845. THE 1011A1 i T tllO GEORGE E. FLYNT & CO. i re a;:ain in the Field with fifteen thousand dollars worth of the cheapest and most desirable stock of Goods ever brought into Brae ford Cowey ._ _ _ THE Cashier & Co. of the TOWANDA SAVINGS BANK, tender their sincere thanks for the very li beral patronage heretofore secured, end trust by strict attention to business, and selling goods cheaper than other establishment, to merit a continuance of their smiles and favors. Our stock of goods consists of every kwon variety and style of Dry Good's, from the first auction houses in the city of New York, and select ed with g reat care expresdy for this meridian. Also, a large selection of Family Groceries, Shelf Hardware, Crockery, Boots & Shoes, lloilow Ware, Iron, rrails„ and an unusual quantity of HABERDASHER V, to make our stuck of useful and ornamental complete. Our sock of goods were purchased for cash, and for cash will be sold as cheap as at Binghamton.. Elmira or Owego, and decidedly cheaper than any establishment in Towanda. Time and space will not allow us to enumerate the many am itch and desirable goods, but will be shown to all who favot us with a call. with pleasure. - REMEMBER and call one door below Tracy & Moore, where thew pay-down" system is in full force, and as a con,equence, are not overcharged with delinquencies in the Credit system, or additions made to support the Lumber trade. " One price, and no deviation is thy true system." • cr A call is solicited, before purchasing elsewhere, at No. 5, .south end, Brick Row. " Towanda, October 21, 1845. GEORGE E. FLYNT & CO. SHERIFF'S SALES. By virtue of sundry writs Of Venditioni Ex -pintas, issued out of the court of Common Pleas of Briiiliord county, to me directed, I shall'i expose to public sale at the house of W. Briggs ,„ the b or ough of Towanda, on Monday the Ist dos - of December next at one o'clock P. M.. the., f o ll ow n described piece, or parcel of land situ- ate in the township of Ulster, bounded on the, north by land of Wm. Plowman, on the east by the public highway, and south and west by land of William Gibson. Containing one acre or thereabouts, with one framed house and one , liamed blacksmith shop thereon. • Seized and taken in execution at the suit of lVilham Gibson vs. John Fuller. ASO—The following described piece of :Jmi situate in Wyalusini2 tow nship and boun od on t h e north by "Ir. Sunuier, on the east by Gann and John Chamberlin, on the south • Oliver Brown and Michael Weldriek, on the aest by Isaac 'Jennin , and Charles Hornet.— Containing SS acres more or less, 30 or 40 im proved, tame house and log bank thereon erect- Seized and taken in execution at the suit of S. Mills to the use of Miller Bowman & cn. aow'assizned to J. Palmer es. Isaac Place. . ASO—The following piece of Ind situate Athens township and bounded on the north by ra• Cheinung river, on the east by Gardiner'& Rate, on the west by Neal MeDuffle. Con -.dung :thont twenty six acres with about right a,cs In proved with four framed dwelling houses , ruined fusrns and one saw mill thereon ff. -led. Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Josiah Stowell vs.%Daniel Berchard and Samuel S. Clark. wi LSO—The folloWing piece or parcel of land situate in the township of Wells, bounded on the North by lands of Alexander Roy and Geury 11. Shepherd, East by land of Andrew lonn and the public highway,' sumli by land “iJaines Kelly and John Davey and on the Sent by land of Orr Smith. Containing about naehundred and six acres, about forty thereof improved with two frame houses, one frame and log barn and one saw mill thereon. .1/..SO—The following piece of land situated sdul township of W ells and bounded on the be land of John Strum, east by lands 4own as the Johnson'L in lands, south by snit in possession of Wm. filthier and west t• of Stowell and Grinnell and George 11. !•-i.:,!,erd and Aleiander Seeley. Containing . lundred and forty "seven acres or there- .riSO—Stowell & GrinneWs equal %all - of the following piece or of land ..:ate in said township, bounded on hi north of Henry Johnson. east - by 14nd of Dwell & Grinnell and Silas Joneg, sou:li by .ads of Daniel Strong, Alexiinder Seely and J. Wil,Trta, and on the west by lands of John Brownell and W. H. French. Containing two '.undyed and eights acres or thereabouts. Seized and taken in exectrion at the suit of Henri• Johnson vs. Elijah Stowell and Lorenzo Grinnell. .1.1.50-: By virtue of sundry writs of Levari r aciat., a certain messuage &c., lying within he hoes of a tract of land located tinder the war .i.nt no. 1487 in the name of Charles Carroll of . grunion , beginning at a stake and stones at he nurineast corner of lot no. 3, and the north • member of lot no. 4. running and binding .a the caul Carroll's' north line on the suutll ice of lands owned by heirs of the late Wm. : l tat_. o )am 100 perches to the corner of lot no. 5 "' v eYed to Ebenezer French ; thence south yia,ing na said E. French's west line on the t , east line of lot no. 4to the south west cor- i - 3 Tons of Iron, , er of said Ebenezer FrencliAlot, and the south ! CONSISTING OF SWEDES, English Tire, for rot- comer of lot no. 4 ; thence West 106 pet- i one and two hawse wagons, horse-shoe, anil band 4 to the south east corner of lot _to. 3 convey i ' round iron, , L. And :: inch nail rods, spring steel, - ! .. American. g.Engpi,,j, j,l„ito-cast ') liiehatd M. Kelly and the south west cur- "roarca and German steel, hoop and stake iron, horse sh.-ies really made. &e., &r. It cc of 101 nu. 4 ; thence north 161 perches. • would be useless to enu.nevate all the different kinds of mh.ng on said IL Al. Kelly's east hire and the goods that may be found at my store. Those who wish i `'en hue Of lot no. 4, to the place of be•rinnine hay e, to hay goods cheap. had better call before making their "lug lot -nn, 1.. Containing one hundred and purchases elsewhere. B. KINGSBERY. -- - •;_n gres and eighty perches , with about 30 or 41 \ SPLENDID ASsOKTAIENT of best Velvet, ' 3 lalpfacd, %..ith .. ret one .4' - trr , one small frau I house .:ll , Sh . 'il Silk. and-fig'd V elvet, Winter bonnets, C. REED. ~, Ma:in t and one small log shing le shanty and il l I. ''' . Sate by tee. fruit trees. . i 1 &liljoirrned Sprcial Court. , `..ir.ed and taken in execution at the suit of ''7-'ll4;* M.iParii„li - . • of ('baileeCarroll ' _j-t , ..„.., • r. it( cum). .4%. N adjourned Special Court will be held at the Court House in the borough t. f Towanda. in and ' 1 'Million, deceasrd'Ys- John W. Camp. E. i for the county of Bradford, on Mondry the 3d day of T y ~,, 11. H. Set ly"and Abirain Pierce tern... 1 November next. at 3 o'clock in the afte.moon, of :Aid ,--111r1N. 1 day for the trial of all causes i•ertilled to : , lil court. By 1/8n 1-- -- ii of the II ini rabic William Jcssup„'T• • dent of our • •-•—A certain lot m piece of land situate ' T er said court. _" IV '"•0X township, Bradford County, hegin- I AARON CHUBBCOK, Prot• Prot's. (Mee, Towanda ; Aug. t 4, I sir, ~ - - . ''.2 4 a Post on Inc north east side of the post !ttl 1 , ..„1 . mg through Standing Stone ;- thence Mil . AINI'S & piL, Dye woods and Dye stairs , a r - very large stock, just received at BAIRD'S • :'bi by the same, south fi fty degrees east sev- r KEGS NAILS and one aide UPPER LEATH. . 'Pen n told thirty two hundred; pdrches to ai op ER at R. No. 3 BRICK ROW. me corner by the northwest side of:!a lane tun -1 -- nn nordie..asterly from ' " * f - KIPP & CALF SKINS fur sale said road ; , .thence - -- cheaper thairany place in town at BAIRD:3. . 4 ! lane north 44° east 12 and 2-14erches to I Post; thence by land of the party . of the See . ' 1 1 ARK LOAD PORK BARRELS far sale at !il part north 50' west 16 and 82-100 perches i t _s_ BAIRD'S. Post ; thence by land of the sante south JO° 1 t ruiL s.-I ,iii lC 7. : §pElz: t i,t; BIN• . '"d..E . D 0 !. 1;s , : -41. 1 =sl I•: and 1-10 perches tv the place of beiiit- lity LVA , E on hand at G. E. riA IN 1 & (-0 ~•-• • THE LATEST NEWS mug. Containing one acre and 49 perches and nine tenths of a perch, with a barn and store house thereon erected. ' Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Simon Stevens vs. P. C. Ward. JILSO—A certain messuage, piece or parcel of land situate in Franklin and Leroy township, bounded as followi : beginning at the N.E..cor ner of of a lot deeded by Bank of N. America to John 11. Packard, a post on the N. Bank of Towanda creek ; thence south 215 p. to a post south east corner of said Packard's lot; thence north 67° east 21 and 6-10 perches to a beach, thence north 73' east 17 and 4-10 perches to a post ; thence north 200 p. to a hemlock on the south bank of Towanda Creek ; thence up said ,creek according to the several courses thereof to the beginning. Containing 42 acres 26 and 3- 10 perches be the same more or less, with about 12 acres improved and a dwelling Louse and barr, thereof. Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Bank of North America vs. John Robert. J, N. WESTON, Sheriff, Stiff 's Office, Towanda Oct. 27. 1845. GV.I.I2DI.ITr S - SILE. 11VOTICE is hereby given, that by virtue of en order of the Orphan's Court of Bradford County to me directed, will be exposed to public sale, on the premi ses, on Saturday the f. 19 day et November next, at 1 o' clock in the afternoon, the following lot of land situ ate in Towanda township, bounded on the nonhby D. nn the east by Benj. Wilcor.'on the south by M. Mitchell, and on the Vgelii. by W. Patton. , , Con taining twenty-five rcres, with a log house thereon erect ed, and three or four acres improved. Terms made known on the day of sale. Oct. oath 15.55. F. FISHER, SAVINGS BANK. CLOTHS, CLOTHS. CLOTHS ! OF EVERY SHADE AND QUALITY. QC; EN P. FRENCH CLOTHS, (twilled body.) M. do Wool dyes, do. Medium and low price, full stock, Superfine French Crisr.imere; • Together with an endless quantity of Fancy Cassimeres, Satinett, Tailorti"Frimmitigs warranted good. A glance at our stock of Cloths, will convince purchasers that from 20 to 25 per cent. can he saved by purchasing of Oct. 20. GEO E.F & CO. I.lW§ BANK ! Ci el! Later, :Mire Rich Goods. UST received an invoice of the latest styles of Silks, IV among tvhich may be found Plain black and blue black, Oudtre Striped Pon de Sac Camelion Reps with Satin Strip,, Genuine Polka Silks, Plaid Florences, Plain do., Plain silks far Bonnetts, a rare opportunity for thu•ot to purchase who intend doing so us they are ,old only a shade above auction prices at Oct .20. G. E. FLYNT tk. RICH LYONS BROCHE SI . LIW LS, Plaid Woolen new style, Rob Roy do., 6-4 10-1, Plo0),& rich einbroi'd T.ane, Plai97,llm. do. We say thi!l arc very cheap, those who are skeptical can be conii . ticed by calling and purchasing at Oct. 20":: G. E. FI.VNT & CO'S ;:liLlm, l loL - Nfe 12iL5.1a."'• lf111:".SONS iodebtetl to the subscnher for Drugs & Medtcineitr otherwise, will crave costs by settling their accounts gnfore the first November next. iet. 7. IS4fi. E. H . ASON. I;l'Allisters All Waling Ointmrnt. Anew sloply of ads popular utedicine,also a quantity of the SOLAR TINCTUUL, j1.15t feceiVe.d by () F t. I. H. S. & H. C. MERCER. _ 998USHELS of Timothy and Flax SEED, ma tiled in exchange for goods, at REED'S .13213 Guardian of the minor children of Martin Miller Gold Mixt cloths for Overcoats, SAVINGS BANK ! (To he sold without reserve.) The. Last and Host Implant Arrival Yet at the TO W.IND.q-CHEAP 610 RE I • No. 2, Brick Rim. GREAT BARGAINS . are now offered the people of Bradford connty; by the subscriber, who is now reedving and opening one of the largest and best select ed assortment of goods ever brought into the village of Towanda. His stock of goads has ken selected with great care expressly for this market, and as prices of the old credit 'system aro necessarily high, he offers great in ducements to all who may have cash or produce to ex change for goods. His stock consists in an assortment of DRY GOODS, such as broadcloths, cessimeres, and vesting., Inninetts, sheep's gray, hard times, limey wool seys, a splendid assortment of Winter Shawls, ladies' cravats, gloves, hosiery, suspenders, and ten thOusand ar r tides, too numerous to meztion. - Groceries. - Such as sugar, tea. coffee, molasses, spices, lamp and lin seed oil, a full supply of Liquors, such es Champagne, Cogniac and American Brandy, Holland Gin, Old Mo nongehala whiskey, Port, Itladeria, and Malaga Wine. At.so—Crockery, Hardware,Naills, Glass, Iron, Leath er, Boots & Shoes, Buffalo Robes, Hats &Caps, Drugs & Dye Studs, &c. &c. All persons wishing to purchase goods are respectfully invited to give the subscriber a call, and examine his goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere. CHARLES REED, Oct. 1, 1845. 110. 2 Brick Bow. APPLEBY'S FINE CUT CAVENDISH TO BA CCO. for sale by B. KINGSBERY. A FEW BARRELS TANNERS OIL, fur sale at Oct. 1. MERC UR'S LUIIPBEI FOR SALE. A QUANITY OF LUMBER will be sold fur each by private sale at the residence of the late Patrick Cummings. Also, a very valuable two.home farm WA GON, but a short time in use—it cost about $BO, and will be field for $45, on approved security at 6 months credit. A set of double HARNESS, with chains and whippletrees, for sl2—an excellent BOAT, for $..5 will be disposed of on a credit. K There are several tons of superior HAY, and a quan tity of Oats, which will aLio be sokl fur cash, where the value is offered. Apply to Franklin Blackman, Esq., nr to the subscri ber. MICHAEL MITCHELL. Towanda, October 1. 1845 N. B. A FARM, now or lately occupied by Stephen Cummings, will be let—with the saw-mill. It is situat ed about 7 miles from Towanda—a number of logs on the place will be' disposed of at a fair value. Latest arrival of New Goods! WELLES & SATTERLEE have been receiv ing the last three weeks from New York, a large and splendid stock of FALL and WINTER GOODS, selected from the latest importations with un usual care as to style, quality and especially as to pri ces. They do not pretend to have the largest stoclein the country, or sell lower than any other house but they ask all who wish to buy choice and good goods; to call and examine the quality and prices cif their.goods, and then judge who sells goods at low prices ; all are invi ted to call and examine their stock which comprises every thing moody kept in country stores. Athens Pa., Sep tember 30, ISIS. _ UOMIMG EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS BEFORE. FEW of those NEW GOODS so long and 641.4 and anxiously looked for, have arrived. We shall eeep the readers of the Reporter advised from time to time of goods received from day to day until our entire stock of Neu:, Rich and desirable Fall Goods all arrive, which in all probability will be the largest stock of goods ever exhibited in Bradford county. Our stock of goods having beeu purchased from first hands and from the first auction houses in the city, will as a consequence come belutv all comrtition. Call as usual at the Sa vings Bank, the only orginal cheap cash store. 0ct.15, 1845. , GEO. E. FLYNT & CO. NOTICE. ---- IIE Copartnership heretofore existing, between the _lll subscribers under the firm of H. Kingsbery .f Co. is thk day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons . indebted to said nun' aro requested to settle their ac coounts with H. S. Comstock, who will continue the business at the old stand. s HENRY KINGSBERY, H. STANLEY comsTocK Athena Pa., Oct. 1, 1845. Administrator's Notice. LL persons indebted to the estate of Nodiah Crantuer, late of Monroe tp. deceased are re quested to make immediate payment, and all those hay ing demands against the same ore requested to present them, legally attested the settlement to the subscribers. JAMES R. IRVINE, C LA RISSA CRAMMER Monroe, Oct. 14, 1845. Administrators. ,:14 . aulpfsia 4 1 23 DR. J. N. titIiMNER, is again in Towanda, and wdl attend to all calls in the line of his profes sion. He is staying at I. H. Stephen's Hotel, and would be pleased to hose his friends call early as his nine is limited to a few weeks. Towanda, Oct. 4, 1845. ibt)EcEs of plum lig'd Sdk Warp Alpaca from three shillings, to one dollar per yard tor sale by C. REED. Great Bargaisis at the LIii\IBERAIAN'S EXCHANGE. 11 - H. Si. 11., S. PILINILIiF.Y tender their thanks to the public for the past summer's patronage, and would solicit a continuance of the same. We would say to the public, we are just receiving one of the largest and Icat selected stock of GOODS ever offered in this place. The stock consists in part of Groccric.r, tturdromc, Crockery, Dry Good!, Paints, 0.:1s, Glassware, Fah, I..euther, Salt, in fact everything uvually kept in a country store, all of they will exchange for Lumber, cashor must kind of country produce. oiyas reasonable terms as goods can be bought in Bradturd.:_county, for the same kind of pay, Tuwanda not excepied: Wanted, 555,001) SHINGLES ; 50000 whi4 pine Boards'; 40,000 Clnlry and white stuff. Cieth paid for •panel and first rate Shingle,. Cash paid fur Furs. Monroetou, October 1, 1845 CHAMBERLIN'S ItJEW stock of Drop, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye IN Stuffs and Groceries have just been received from i\ew York, and will be sold veiy low—call of No. 1 Brick Row. Terms cash. A. 8. CHAMBERLIN. Oct, I, 1815. 4 ADIES will find nearly us large stock DI Drees Goods, such as Cashmere, De E'Cosse, M. De Lame, A Ipaccas, Gingharns, Prints, &c., at our store as in the county and at law 'itices. They will please call and examine the stock for themselves. WELLES & , ATTERLEE. GENTLEMEN will find a large and splendid stock of Cloths, CassimeriN, Vestings, Cravats, Gloves, Lni-aie braces, Rubber Over Oboes, and every thing else they may want ut very low prices for the quality at WELLES & SATTERLEE'S. 6„;;SHA WLS in great variety & beautiful patterns may 11 be found at WELLES & SATTERLEE'S. KEBINSDELAIN, fur Coating, and splendid plaid Cloaking, Gala plaids and plaid Lining wry cheap at NVELLES & SA'I'TRRLEE'S. FIATS, CA - PS & MUFFS any quantity from P 23. cents up at WELLES & SAT'PERLEE'S la 4 A IZGL; and elegant assortment of Laces, Ribbons, n Gloves and trimmings of all kinds at 0rt.20. WELLES & SATTERLEE'S. SAVINGS BANK ! P"tilhgrik DIFERENT styles DRESS GOODS, QUAL JVICY consisting of .1...11 S. Henrys seal Silk Warp Alpacca, Arcadian Lustres, Carnelian Lustres, Crleans cloths, Roinelias, Imnrrial Stripe and figured Lustres, Srmendriann new ••si le, very rich Cashmeres, Minstar) De Lanes, Thihet Merinos, some magnificent Paris printed Cashmere d'Ecosse, Rich Orebro, Stripe Alpacca, and many other styles of 'dress good, fur the Ladies, it makes it 30 per cent cheaper for-the ladies as they are found only at • G. E. FLYN'I' & CO's, O+' DIMS. ulij.I.LT fai sale at • • Ca , 1.1.% Tr; Uzl, Nu. 3 R. Large Arrival of Goods and - NEW FIRM. 1. D. dl 13.. Mon ta n ye, IgAVING taken into their firm, WM. A. ROCK WELL, as co-partner, with renewed energy and with hopes of rendering saiisfaciion to their numorou, customers, have setn receiving, during the past .week, deem Tons of Goods, and will receite seven tons more in a few days. Their snick consists of a greater variety than they have ever before been enabled to offer, and at prices which %ill be sure to please. In their stock of Dry Goods may be found 12 pieces Alpacca ; • 12 do Cashmere de Ecosse ; lOU do New style Prints; I do French Broadcloth ; 4 do English do. 2 do Pilot and Beaver; 4 do Cassimere; 2 do Beautiful article for Ladies' cloaks. Other Staple and Fancy Goods in proportion, too nu merous to mention. BOOTS AND SHOES Men's, boys', youths', and children's and ladies' fine kid and walking ; as also superior article of over shoes. HATS AND CAPS. 60 DOZEN, comprising errery quality and style in the market. GROCERIES. Powdered, crushed, loaf, Santa Cruz, Porto Rico, and N. 0. Sugar. Tea. coffee, pepper, spice, &Late. and sonic fresh Soda biscuit. lIARDWA RR. Iron, steel, nails, ark rope, butts and screws, door han dles, and the various kinds of Hardware suital to the wants of the country. 1311! Sperm, Elephant, linseed, and a good article for tan ners. The above stock is offered at wholesale or retail. For Cobh, apprMled credit of six months, or Boards & Shingles, Beef Hides and most kinds of country pro- duce. MONTAN YES & Co. Towanda, September 9, 1845 H. S. & M. C. MERCUR, WOULD respectfully announce to the good citi zens of Bradford and adjoking counties, the arrival at the TOWANDA CAM STORE, of the largest end most general assortment igf Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardwfire, Crockery, Boots and .Sltoes, Dye-lroods, Paints. Oils, 4-c. 4-e. Ever opened in Towanda, and which will be sold for CASH at wholesale or retail at lower prices than the same quality of goods arc selling by any of our bluffing neighbors, as our goods are purchased with great care —principally for cash—of the importers and manufactu rers. Towanda, Sept. 10,1845. rpiRUSHES-•-Hair, Paint, Shaving and Nail— B_, complete assortment, at the Sep 17. CENTRAL DRUG STORE. aocom , ol KINGSBERY. is now receiving at his old stand, which has been going off for eighteen years, where goods of all kinds has been sold and NVILL be sold, lower than at any other store in this Coun ty. A very large stock of all kinds of goods which has teen selected with great care and attention, and bought at such prices of the importers and manufacturers, that it would be a ruinous business for any firm in the Brick Bow, or any where else, to undertake to sell goods as cheap as I can, and will. If my friends and the public generally, will call before they make their purchases elsewhere, they_ will find that this notice isnot put in the paper for a BLUFF, like some by the side of it ; but, it means what it says. I have a general assortment of every kind and descrip tion of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, Boots $• Shoes. Nails, Iron, Leather, 4-c. lirtAY'S celebrated INDIA RUBBER Shoes and MIF Suspendenr—a new article, for sale at sep. 27. 13. KINGSBERY'S. tiOLE & UPPER LEATHER, fur sale by sep. 27. 1 B. KINGSBERY. °WISH, Mackerel and Shad, for sale by sep. 27. B. KINGSBERY. COTTON YARN, Knitting Yarn, Halls; Wicking Wadding—any quantity fur sale very low, by ME 6 - 1 1 TON Fall.river Nails, for sale cheap, by sop. 27. B. KINGSBERY. WIVE WOODS, PAINI'S & OILS, of every dee cription, fur sale, one notch below the market ME _HATS & CAI'S, without number, fur cile lower than was ever before heard of, by CM SPUNDID lot of Brush, Silk, For and Sporting 14.47 A Hats, also Oil silk, velvet and fur caps, together with Muffs, and Buffalo robes, for sale cheap at Oct. 8 (RASH paid for WHEAT, by W - ) Oct. 8. ELLIOTT h MERCFR. (AASH paid for BEEF HIDES, by W . ) Oct. 8. ELLIOTT & MEECIIIL WIASH paid for FLAX SEED, by Oct. 8. ELLIOTT & MERCUR. (R. tigH paid for Oats by Vg) Oct. H. ELLIOTT & METICUR. BB I‘S of Butter and Soda URA CK 11 . S. fur sale C. REED. 113111 - 2111 41 1 1. z. CUID _lll,•lslL'Sr..sio And all kinrix nf RAIN, wanted al 111 is ‘ L ifire on arc FALL & WINTER FASHIONS t ATCHELER & CORE!, beg leave to inform the ir inhabitants of Towanda and vicinity, that they have just commenced the Tailoring Business, up stairs, No. 4. Brick Row, where they arc prepared to execute all work entrusted to them with care neatness and des patch, and in the most .Itshionahle mariner. Having just received the New 'York and Philadelphia fashions, and with their long experience in the business, they flat ter themselves that their work will be made in a manner and style equal to eny other establishment in the place. Terms made to correspond with the time,'. CUTTING done on the shortest notice. nl• , -;,111 kinds of country produce received in payment for work at market prices. October I, 1895. 1?(:) - 1,71s1T.I. Liraiti:ll",i)4lc9aaa, -1:4811101MBLE TaILORS, Over Montanye'a store, next door to Mcreur's law office at the old stand of Powell & Nearnan. Inel J. E. Canfield', Attorneratlaw, IVETILI, attend to all kinds . :libusines.q intrusted to V his care, with promptness and despatch. Of fice Intim Tw and i.-tase store building—up stairs. [a I. Administrators Notice. ALLpersons indebted to the estate of ACHATUS NOUGHT, late of Rome tevimAiip, deceased, are requested to make immediate payment, and all those having demands against the same not requested to present them, legally attested for settlement. .AArbinistnitor, Rome, Oct. 1, 1813. With win ai.:.itscd PUBLIC SALE. o Y virtue of an order of the Court o; Common PIoS O of Bradford County, will be sold on the 34 Tues day of Oct. next, bring the 21A day of the ninnt!,, at the house of Dr. Bliss in Leroy township, at f: eelnrk I'. M., the following described real estate of John Al len to wit: A lot of lent Shoat", in Leroy township, containing forty two acres ; Vunded on the , west by lands of Sullivan Morse : on the south by 'dada of Charles Barclay, on the cast by Miller, end on the north by latids of Perky Morse, sultr, to a Mortgage given to tbolßan'a of North. America, *Kt' which there is due urn hindred and forty dollatv; Terms of sale . — fifty dollar,: at' the time of sale, and the residue in two equal equal annual payments. SAW!. WEBBER. Oct. 8. Uointnittee of John Allen, a sflAfille. 111 thl 60 ut ju g re : guy erivtd and La bitlC I:ll , lliCh.t. in ' 13.111ZLe:5, tiu. 7 Blitif 14 . 2117 6 . 00101,2: Ilercur, • ARE NOW RBCEIVING,n very lame and very eneral annulment of Fall an (i d Winter amb, 'Which they offer lo the public on liberal terms, tor each, 'gram, or approved credit. Their stock consists of almost everything that any one wishes to buy. •And fur the ben. fit of those who wish to . purchase merchandize of any kind,.and want to know where to - lind it, they will enumerate a few of the many articles Why have for sale: Ladies' silk shawls mid black tea-pots ; Gents' satin cravats and ten-penny nails : Colored satin, for ladies bonnets, and Glazed hats for men ; Knitting pins find crow-hare;' Carpet tacks and vest patterns ; Broad Axes and alpaccas; M. delaines and wagon boxes; Printed' blue teas and young hyson tea ; Umbrellas and German pipes; Pocket knives and loaf sugar ; Molasses and coarse boots; Ladies' cot. hose and steel corn hoes; Ladies night caps, for six cents, and Men's sealette. caps for 1.21 cents; Ladies' linen hdkl'e far-one shilling, and Plenty of English•and Swedes iron, all sizes; India rubber cloth for carriage covers and Beautiful figured alpaccus.for ladies' cloaks; Ladies' boas and muffs, and lampblack ; Leghorn bonnets and stone jugs; Black and blue ink and spirits turpentine; Lamp oil and Colonge water ; Sweet oil and sarsaparilla syrup; Blue vitriol end best Java and Rio coffee; Wafers and buck shot; Indellible ink and pure dry and ground white haul ; Looking glasses and cut tumblers ; Tea kettles and black silk stockings ; Candle wicking and bed cords; Coat Buttons and writing paper ; filiellside combs and corded skirts; Bonnet ribbons and cavendish tobacco; Plough points and cap ribbons; Ladies' dress h'd'fs and stove. tubes; Assorted Needles, and best Nutria bats Steel pens and shovel plough patterns; Plated hub bands and silk scarfs for ladies; • Cotton Yana and wire selves; Awl blades and pins, assorted sizes; Ladies' kid slippers and nail hammers; Willow baskets and ginip cords; Men and boys' cloth caps and plane irons; Knives and forks and ark rope; Cast steel and steel thimbles; Brass kettles and brass thimbles ; Beaver cloth and cotton batting; Pepper boxes and shoe knives Bonnet boards and slate pencilF; Carpet binding and inkstands; Coach lace and handsaws; Raisins and saw-mill saws; Seidlitz powders and trying squares"; Rubber overshoes and 41 inch spikes; Sleigh bells and steelyards; Cassimeres and ivory combs; Gridirons and welting cord ; Whale bone and patent saw setts ; Suspenders and patent door butts; Finner's chisels and laces for ladies' caps; Pongee handkerchiefs and hair brushes; Misses and women's bl. cot.gloves & hair brushes; Cocoanut dippers and teeth brushes ; Colored cambric and door handles ; Augur bias and' hildren shoes: Woolen shawls and gum caps; Black tea and patent wheedheads; Mennen) belts and tea servers; Saddler's silk and mouse traps; Bonnet wire and stone churns; Plaid linseys and sash pulleys; Patent blind fastenings and butts, (a new article); Spoke shaves and door mats; Black snuff and madder ; Brittannia lamps and shoe strings; WM. and bl.silk gloves and gun flints; Sattinet of all kinds and gunpowder; Horse cards and satin vesting; Curry combs and fur caps; Hair combs and state fastenings; • Glass dishes and wool cards; Corset lacers and trace chains; • Brass back tombs and calicoes of all qualities ; Sash cords and.corn whisps; Coat canvass & padding and hyde whips; Furniture prints and razor strops: Table covers and Olneys geography's ; Coarse shoes and polished augurs; Linen cambric and sole leather; Hoop iron and linen edging & insertion ; Florence silks and brown sheetings ; Cap wire and copal varnish , Lin .oiland Russia diaper; Blk. French crape and American door lochs; Mineral knob locks and white have crape; Chrome yellow and green, and coat binding; Indigo and ribbon a ire ; Cream Tarter and silk cords and tassels; Horse blankets and brass nails; Tea setts anti bens teas; Spirit levels and spool cotton ; Towanda, September 19, 1415, B. KINGSBERY B. KINGSBERV I B. KINGSBERY REED'S HARNESS AND CARRI, , GE lirrirP•iii`7t!..' o l A LARGE and general avvortrnent oldie al . ove ar ll:ficles, cornpirsing almost everything usroly Hai-- i.e.:4nd Carriage Makers. which will he sod lower than the same quality of goods have ever Leen trered ot Owego or Elmira, just reeci,ed by ... sep. 24. If. S. & - Af. C. ?VW ,cur" _._ _ DMAOI , OI - N DS NAILS, asst ted sizes, at sep. 24. Ai ' lie l ' E . S.' .._ IIAVE GOODS FOR THE LA ES, among 5 , ltir a which are Cashmeres, Mou,-e DeL Mc, plaid fi'd and silk work Alpacca. 6.1 plaid Cloald g, Girdles and Trimoiings, to correspond, &c. 4.C. , " ' sop. 24. /KINGSBE 41/61-b, h i t LIN. so LE L ATIIEH, also U 1 agimuirUU per Leather and/Calf Skins. at L'ffi!3! • TO THE PUBLIC APING purchased the entire stock of grxitls lately opened by I). C. Sr. (1. N. Sakbury, and assumed the entire business and responsibility of the firm I would return my thrall:B to former customers fur their patrrmage, acrd solicit the some and the public generally. My stuck of Gods is complete and will be sold on the most liberal terms. Any quantity of LUMBER will be received in ex thong.: fur Guodo, and forfirAt quality, ca,h will be paid. Produce of all degrriptiono will be tak , ,n for gond& Morino:tom Aug. 21. !5.15. D. G, SALSBURY. A CHANCE FOR PRINTERS. I[7d, AVING col-aged the Reporter, the Press which gm we have herrioliire used, is offered fur sale, very CHEAP FOR CASH. It is a Washington patent, Imperial size. raid an easier and hi tler working press never was poit up. it will hr delivered at Owego, El mira or liaa>tau. Addiess S—Gonniiien & Sov, Towanda, Pa. ang:2o. BOOTS & SIIGES—A very large stork of every kind and size, at lower prices than ever, will be Al E NCI) R's. tottr.d at r F a a 1 6 . .- T,11.1:: N 0 RTH BRANCH IRON & r >:' i . s , COAL CoNI I' A - N - Y" owning a largo Wily oit" of IA NDS w , on nod contiguous to the a , -4, ~... tors of the branches of Towanda Creek, in Wan tord I:out% Pennsylvania, are prepared . to dispose of the maw to - ,•111018. Api lieatiott may he made to SAN11:0, C. INAGI.E,,E, . At Creetivtood, near N'oeitor ton, Pi it,i. co. A n y tr e ..p a ,sera on the... Land.: oilt.br, proz , e , Ftded acconliti,g to law. Information of the :,am e g i ven to sAML;EL U. NM - OXE, will be F'.,ltably rewured. • • By ilisloc uf the Manacere Sept. 3. 11F.NIZN: . 3. ' N.IGLEX. A¢ena. I)lSti ll,r i/I T TI( 1 N. rr(FIE partnershir iteretofve ezißiug fxthseen - the sab.cribere, under the firm a D.O. & 0. N. Ba 6. bury, i ; tLi, day di,..01‘..d .y mutual agreement. All ontstat 'dine de,ilta ale to he p.tid by D. C. Salabtrry,lcbo is also to settle all matter.. due the late firm. Invint; untetned =avant, caritli tha tinn will phase settle the same al ..p2edtly ag,poasthle. A WASHINGTON PRES% FOR SALE! . . . 1.1. C. tikl.SBl:llY. O. 1. :5.11.:41.71;Y. Important to the Citizens of Bradford County 'NQ • 8' Nee' Wore at the Head of the Heap 1 . As USUAL, the first ordeal of new goods for the SCIL..III, era this' day opening at 18.1,11M5, N 0.3 Br.ck Row, wilere we invite every body, wen, women end children to call and examine our splendid aesurt- InCtit. We owe an apology to our friends for the crowded and jarom , d up state of things which has existed for several muntlis past at No. 3, but the public are aware that such results roust necessarily mine from the fact that we base generally had the largest and best:assort ntent of goods iu Towanda, and it having been ascer tained to a certainty, and generally understood that the place to buy cheap is at Ilaird'r, No. 3. In urriet,how e%er, to obviate sonic of the diflicialties; we have just completed a large and commodious storehouse h the rear of the brick block, where many of our heavy goods will tM removed, and we hope now to be able to make room for our many emends, and enable them to do busi sCrii in our store wish comfort and despatch. We also have the pleasure of announcing that we have lienry Stielden & Co." fairly fioored"—theirope rations intended to injure es fall harmless at our feet, and our arrangements ere now complete for keeping al ways on hand a splendid assortnient- It is impossible to enumerate all the articles, for they are so numerous and the assortment so general, that it would require at least len acres square of foolscap. We cannot retrain. however, front informing the fair ladies of Bradford that we have fur fall and winter dresses, a large assortment of plain black, figured and colored .ALPACArS, muslin and rep de laines, French cash meres, (new styles) Afighans, bombazines, winter ging hams, Scotch and American. All kinds of dress and Dress and Cloak trinanthigs, fringes., gimps, cords and iasse,s, laces, edgings, Victoria skirts, &c. Men, Young and Married, We are opening blue, black, brown and green broad cloths; fancy and plain C3SSialereil and sattinets; the nicest lot of Veslino.s, ever offered in Towanda. &c. GROCERIES. A few more tons of those cheap Sugars and Teas, and other articles in that line of business. retail Gra cers can be supplier] With NUTS, FRUITS, &c.,cheap er than they can buy in Owego or Elmira. Hardware, Crockery, Fisk, 4-c. without end. As we informed you above, it is useless to itemize. In closing this advertisement, we need not say to our friends, '• don'tforget the place," for every body knows where to find BAIRD'S CHEAP STORE, right in the centre of the !leis , brick block. We know that to insure a continuation of your very liberal patronage we have only to continue our very low prices, and to keep, as we have done, the best of goods. We intend to do that, and have no fears but you will mill and see us, not withstanding any pokerish stories that have been, or may be told yoti by some of our neighbors. One thing you will always find atNo.- 3, that we always sell goods which we hare, as cheap as those we have not r WM. H. BAIRD & CO. Towanda, Sept. I. 2815. No. 3, Brick Bow. CENTRAL DRUGSTORE. THIS LAY RECEIVING, at the Central Point, a few doors south of Iblontanyc's Cash Siam, di rect from New York, a fresh supple-of.-DR [-CS AND MEDICINES, which will positively he sold at city cost and charges. Physicians of this and other coun ties, will do well to call and cumin° the qualities and prices before purchasing elsewhere, as we sre determine ed to make it your interest to purchase of as (consult ing the interests of your patients, notwithstanding): Our assortment consists in part of the following: Blue mass Syringes, assorted Nit silver Sugar lead Quicksilver Quassia Ipecac Phosphate iron Tart. Antimony Carbonate du lodin Paregoric lodid. filtasita Laudanum lied precipitate Lunar caustic • White do • Nus vonrica Strychuia Musk Kreosoto M are Jalap Juniper berries Ext. do Aqua ammonia do Colorynth Carh. do do Gentian Nit. Ether do Ciento Sulph.do do Hyosciannos Brimstone do Taraxicum BluF vitriol Manca White do Marsh rosemary Bayberry bark Squills Essential oils, of all kinds Chammonile flowers Coin. and white glue Borax, refined. Saltpetre Digitalis Copperas Rhubarb pulv indigo do root Solution of Tin Ai TOW root Annie seed Hellebore nig Shellac gum Sulph. morphine Venice turpentine do Quinine Balsom Fir Eng. Calomel do Honey Valvriau root do Copaiva Seneca do • do Tolu Serpentaria do Parbadoes Tar Gentian do 0.l do l:oloinbo do • Bisgundy Pitch "ink do Bateman's drops Liquorice do Lemon's du Extract do Chloride of lime senna leaves Cubcbs Guru Myrrh, No. 1 Coc. Indices do Guaiaei Tartaric Acid do Aloes Citric do do Gamboge . • Oxalic do Toctida l'russ. du do Camphor do Opium Prepared chalk Rochelle salts Epsorii do IMII = Glauber do Flour .111ILI,tar do tynaoiei Hiera ricra, lien ursi r;aftron • C.:tented tnagnesid Cantharides Comisive sublimate Cochineal Spring & Thumb lanceld Lancet COWS, &c., &c. Printers be6ll to grumble already, or we would still continue to entarate; but al! we say is, come and see fOr yourselves. Many thAnks to a generous public fur past favors, hoping for a continuance of the name. A.D. MONTAN YE, Dat - oots.r. Towanda, September 10, 1845. .YET ✓1 SMOKING.? MERCUR*6 B. T IS A FACT, acknowledged by all, that the best CIGARS in town. are to he had at the til, 17. CENTRAL DRUG STOEE. EAnie of O!iver Arno1(1, Deceased. woTicE is hereby given to the Heirs of the estato j3l of Oliver Arnold, der'il., late at Smithfield town ship. that a distribution of the proceeds of said estate will be made on the sth of November next. and those having an interest therein, are required to appear and take their shares. B THICIIAS, Executor. Smithfield, September 51. I 5,15. Waule Comm Ploughs, 4ItOZ Way'ne county ploughs, for sale at the Sa -fings Bank. Plough merchants supplied of manu facturers prices, and Partners on the root reasonable G. E. FLYNT 4- CO.. /VII. 5 Brirk Pun, July 30, C6Ci:;• ;— if - 16 - ;itches TL hues` surticurt‘ for these kinds uf animals— Ma cute, nu Fly—cell et the sep. 17. CI NTII 11, 171:tlf1 STORE. st ir.,ornnet,t and I;rt•na•-t vartcttl ever /Vivid in Bradford rounty, nit roct•ikt•d at \ I I'S, CA I ti; got, lunc:yvelvet and itiim WO Immo at ME fICUR'S. . _ l'HS—Fancy met pi ,in CanAmeres, natinelts, 1,..) tweed, lietitecky jean, plaid clock linings, great variety, end eery cheap, Cali be found at scp.24. , • MERCATira. Reps and DeLatin's. a vest varie- Cpa tterns..at M E RC1 1 0.4. z V i n n E h ß ea E u S tiful ALeACCAti—Black, and Fancy a sort dint, for Pale at , MERCUR entA 9 3 ,77 •;54' Cil:erir‘l9;lS. l faAin .1T F, 1? for all lawly of Goods, 1 , 15, 1' 1 1.101 T m Era. LI:. itrir du Sul ph .11d 111 uriat lc do Car. I uagnesia . .