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the locality of his shield, and very politely
permits the General to stay, at his orders, by
the sunny fireside of home. where he can save
both body and breeches. We regret that such
Ithe unwelcome position ol..General 'Scott.—
Ile has spread his own couch, and. reposes
on his own. pillow. If, instead of pausing to
the lance with the • Executive, he h a d
snivelled foward to the Rio Grande, and stood
forth among his countrymen. the same brave
soldier, he might have won new and fresh
laurels of renown. •
Meanwhile, old Zackary Taylor. the steady,
cool and silent old soldier, whilst lie is march
ing bis way into the possession of Mexican
territory. is winning his way into the respect
and confidence of his fellow ciizens. He has
n ot sent the trumpet before him, to announce
his former exploits. or to boast of his warlike
intentions. The lightning of the telegraph
brings first the thunder. of his arms, and the
his victories. The stars and stripes
are wav ing Matamoras—the enemy has
fled into the heart of the country, and Old
Zschsry, almost under the equator. pushes his
conquest as coolly yid calmly as he would hunt
buffalo in the neighborhood of 54 40 in Oregon.
Volunteers are flocking to the standard of the
Army. General Gaines is raising his inland
army in order to make a small pudding to stir
at home ; Gen. Scott is at Washington in pur
suit of the right end of the calumet, so as to
smoke the pipe of peace: with the President;
but Old Zarlibry the people are aware of his
osition If the chair of the Presidency were
planted on the Rio Grande, we should almost
fear his nerves would become unsteady. but
Po long as it is kept in the diStanee and sur
rounded by other aspirants, we shall fear nei
ther for his reputation nor his valor.—Luzerne
CAM Far:mos - T.—Letters have been re
ceived at the Navy Department from Monterey,
bearing as late date as April 18th. The Union
vat i :
The unwarranted attempt to drive Captain
Fremont from the country has already. been al
m'ed to in the newspapers. After having been
Once away by Don Jose Castro, commandant
t eneral, Captain F expecting an attact fortified
hid:self ahout twelve leagues distant from Mon
terey. Castro!assembled about 100 men in font
of the entrenchment. After remaining there
three days, he concluded to retreat, when it was
Ihsrovered that the party had quiptiv Anne off.
;caving some old saddles and trash which the
Californians magnified into munition of war.
Three hundred riflemen offered their services
to Capt..F. but they were declined.
The movement against Captain Fremont
teems to have been diref-ted by the central on.
irrionent of Mexico ; hut it is not believed that
t'e people of California entertained any ill-Will
:owards him, or would willingly have done hint
harm. His own conduct in the whole ni.itter
seen■ to have been marked alike by emir:ice and
.retion. We 4uhinin a ropy of a letter written
t a Ja t'w .loiericAn con%ul at M.IIII , •1","%,.
when in expertation of an attack, and rec”ire
tine ron:=1:1 in thr rro.tiinE .1 larch 10. l',l‘“
remained in excellent health, and had
.114. Dew. Sir . 7 —l this oinment rev ire I
letters. :out without waiting I ri-el t'tetn.
",„I,lne 1 t ie ‘,1,1,41 re
iiiiitatidv. I 13111 111 /111!1e myself as smart. ,
n the lat.-nu-it th-it 11 we :Ire 311 ,
.31' , ail:lrked. we writ tight to extremity and
• •faite 19 lama' tru•lioz to our eriontry to avenge
qr death No rile hiss reiieheil my rap p ; and
-oat the lieiirlits we are ahste to see troops (with
gleis:, mustering at Saint John's and prepar
le ill'. I thank you for your kindness and
; reed wishes. and would write more at length
LI tar intenttUns, ilid I not fear that my letter
sill be ialeteepted. We have in no wise done
iriorig to the people or the authorities of the
esiniry ; nail if we are hemmed in and assault
ed• we trill die. evert• man of IN. under the flag
of our country. Very truly. yours.
J. C. FREMONT.
TERMEILE HAIL STI4OI IN ELLINOI9:—OiI the
',l i edt damage was dime in the vicinity
by a .hail storm. Tne
'r.vrri,f a sia.e near Gov. Kinney's wits knack
iid", and the hirers ran away. linigssheep and
tre, , kl kid, and the ritlips o ere all utter-
T.lo stones rr I:arg,r thou a
za3:l Si say the papers.
It Wl4 a 51V1 , 12 or a great ,Itvine, that he ha.!
.iun,~!ear• good in had people, and more bad
n zood people. tit.3o he ever f XrCled.
CHOLER k.sl; M EIR COMP LAINT,DI RitHCE A
Dp.enterv, and ail other Deraimemeuta of the Stomach
uid Boaris, cured by Dr. D. JAYNE'S CARMINA
TIVE B.lLs A M.
Nnw. Your.. Bth month Ist, 1838.
Fait's', Do. JATNE-•It gives me much &Retire to
altuun thee of the result of a cave in width I sdruinister
ed thy Cartninstive Baliam, and I consider it to be •
muter of duty due thee and the public, to give the fol.
1..1,1 statement. :—Being milled to visit • patient a few
t:syt since. I found he was vomiting and purging most
seven, Tormina and Cramps in the upper
god lower extremities, and also in the abdoininal parie-
Lea The Cramp was so violent, that it took four men
4rub him incessantly, to keep down the spasm, and to
ow M. own words, he said it seemed to him as if bat
hues would snap in two. There were a'so violent
dmlic pains around the übilical region, attended with
`try distressing nausea. In short, I considered it to be
case of genuine cholera, I found on inquiry, the pa
tient bad been unwell the day previous, with a looseness
'f the bowels. That six hours before I saw him, he was
seined with the complaint, and bad gradually got worse.
The extremities were cold, and he was nearly pulseless.
I immediately gave him a spoonful of thy Balsam, which
ta 1 few moments was ejected from the stomach, but on
Wing it a few times, the stomach became settled, and
beexpressed himself much relieved. I then gave him a
calomel and opium powder. In two bouts from the
time I saw him he felt quite easy, and fell asleep, and
iltpt well for five hours; but on waking, the symptoms
Olin returned. I directed more of the Balsam to be
riven him. - when the disease subsided, and the patient
wa secensteseent. • It took only one bottle to effect • cum.
I have also so often witnessed the beneficial effects of
the Carminative Balsam in summer CoMplainta and
D . mitts', that I would not be without it for its weighl
I remit] thy friend,
THOMAS MOTT. M. D
92 Broadway, New York.
For vale by J. D. &E. D. Ni.uttanye, 'tea/ands, Pa
G. A. Perluns, Athens, only authorized agents (or
loitrican and Foreign timspap,r, Advattsidgi
Subscription Agency Mc&
GEORGE PRATT. 164 N.s.ou-street, New-York
B. P ALMER, No. 30 Ann st.. New York; Real
E state tie Coal Office, N 4 59 Pine-etl, Philadelphia:
4reeire subscription. and uvertisoments for most Fo-
No end Ameri can isreeeep a p ere , and are duly conati•
Ateots rm. the "b;:diord Riporter."
To the Citizens Soldiers of the Id Brig. 9th Div, P. 11
'WHEREAS—A requisition has been made on the
Governor of this Commonwealth, for six Regi.
meats of Infantry, to be held in readiness for minder
into the service of the Governmect of the United States.
Offers of service of Volunteers will be accepted with
the view of accOmmodating each military division, in
proportion to its strength. Citizens of this Brigade
who are desirous to tender their service to the country
in the present emergency, will forthwith enrol the.a.
selves and report the same to the Brigade Inspector.—
It is hoped that the citizens of this Brigade will not be
found wanting in patriotism, and devotion to their
country at this important crisis, but will enrol them-
selves without delay according to the act of Congress.
EaCti company to consist of one Captain, one let Lieu.
tenant, one 241 Lieutenant, four Sergeants, four Cot ,
ponds, two,Muaicians, sixty-four privates.
H. WILLISTON, JR. Brig. Gen. •
Brig. General's Office,
Athens, June 16. 1846,
"InY virtue of sundry writs of Vend. Expo., issued
MIIII from the court of Common Pleas of Bradford co.
to me directed, I shall expose to public sale at the house
of I. H. STEPHENS, in the borough of Towanda, cn
Monday, the 3d day of August next, at 1 o'clock, P.
M,. A certain lot or piece of land .situate in Wysox
township, Bradford county. Beginning at a post on
the north east aide of the Post road leading through
Standing Stone; thence aloig by the same, south fifty
degrees, east seventeen and 32.100 perches to a atone
corner by the northwest side of a lane running north
easterly from said road; thence by said lane, north forty
four degrees, east twelve and two-tenth perches to a
post ; thence by land of the party of the second part,
north fifty degrees, west sixteen and 82-100 perches to
a post; thence by land of the same, south forty-six de
grees, west twelve and four-tenth perches to the place
of beginning. Containing one acre and forty-nine
Perches and nine-tenths of a perch, including the build
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Simon
Stevens to the use of Hiram Mix vs. Peter C. Ward.
ALSO—A certain piece or lot of land situate in the
township of Windham. Bounded on the north by Har
ty Ruuell and Joseph Elsbree, on the east by Joseph
Elabree and George Pitcher, on the south by Ziba
Hotchkiss, and on the west by Jacob Smith and Julius
Russell. Containing about three hnndred acres, about
65 acres improved with 2 houses, one framed and one
stone, three framed barns, one Grist mill, and interest
of one-fourth of auw mill thereon. "
ALSO—A piece or parcel of land situate in Win
dam, bounded north by land of James Kinyon, east by
land of Joseph Doan, south by land of Nathan Doan,
west by Matthew Buck. Containing about one hun
dred acres, four improved, one log house and small
framed barn thereon.
?Seized cod taken in execution st the suit of F rences
P. Lanford & Co. vs. John Russell. "
JOHN F. MEANS, Sherilf.
Sheriff's Office, Towanda, June 24, 1846. •
HOSE who have purchased goods at Montanye's
4 Co.'s store on a years credit, at as cheap rates
as they could have been enabled to do at other places
for Cash will do well to pay up, if they wish to keep
the pot boiling. June 17, 1846.
WANTED -500.000 :Shingle
300.000 feet Boards;
1000 lbs. Good Butter;
June 14. J.D. Jr C.D. MONTA NICE Jr CO
ck, HI IT LIME—a few harrela of the shove arti
de.to he had at jell moNTA NYE'S.
- 1W FOR A DAY ONLY FLORENCE
. BONNETS jug received at the savings Bank,
a h.ch we are off•ring to-day an cheap an yesterday.—
Call and etainine. jel7 G. E. FLYNT & CO.
ES H It AS, warranted good or no sale, at the
r Savings Bank. jell G. E. FLINT & CO.
G„AL, cRADLEs. 2 dozen, superior to any ever
nook in this county. now selling at N 0.2, Brick
Roe.. je I 7 REED'S.
GRAIN & GRASS bt!I*THE , &
As., Rifles, Quinebaug Whetatiies. may be hat
I,ie Cm. vie,, at jel7 REEDS'.
B - 11, 16, auother 1.4 ju,t rectivtd and tor sale
cheap a jel7 REEDS'.
ZEPHYR WORSTED, WORKIMS U. t' VrtS
Patterns for Working. shaded purse twist, worst
'rd edirs, der.. mw be found nt jel7 REEDS'
BUSHELS CORN, in more. and for bile
GPO, low, by jell 0. D. BARTLETT.
t ri N te T b E ov D l - 6 a t or N I T 7 iIE
ya ,N r i I .
n of age, to l." 8 1
titacksinifhing Business. Apply immediately. je 10
NEW ARRIVAL OF GOODS!
A n. NIONTANVE in replenialiing Ma store with
LI, an unusually large assortment of Dry Goods,
Graced.... Hardware, Crockery, Paints and Oil.. Dye
Stuff; Drugs, Nletlicine.. &c. Further particulars
mien neat week; meanwhile call and examino them
Toaan.la. June 10, 1846.
1.6111 tarn , .Nrolt.
c . A) NI • \ lf
L. - ‘..
11IN, TILT, promptly and punctually render his proles
-11Y.1i) si..nal services in Ageneim Collechom., and
other mattes in his profession, encrusted to his CAM
thrlet: removed to the room over N.N. Betel store,
FALL & WINTER FASHIONS
OIDATCHELER & COREL beg leave to inform the
inhabitants of Towanda and vicinity, that they
have just commenced the Tailoring Business, up stairs,
No. 4. Brick Row, where they are prepared to execute
all work entrusted to them with core neatneva and des
patch, and in the most fashionable manner. 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 any other establishment in the place.
Terms made to correspond with the times.
CUTTING done on the shortest notice.
All kinds of country produce received in payment
for work at market prices. June 10, 1846.
Imiiaic No. 3, Mick Row.
GGENTLEMEN MERCHANTS will please call
and take their Licenses by the first day of.i uly, as I
, 4oing to Harribhurg at that,time. Every exertion
will he made to pay two thirds of 1846 Taxes, and save
to the county five per cent. I would likewise request
those having Tavern Licenses, to call and take them.
Collectors will please pay all collections by the first
day of July. J. REEL, Treasurer.
Tricasctixa's Orrice. •
Towanda. June 9. 1946. S
AUDITOR'S NO TICE
77toothy Paxton and Wm. Dovideon, Trustees of the
Bank of North America es. Harry Bailey. Admin
istrator of &mill Bailey, deceased. No. 29 Feb. T..
1846, and John Bible? vs. Jesse Woodruff, No. 174,
May T. 1845.
The undersigned having been appointed an Auditor
to distribute moneys riiive. on executions is the above
suits, hereby gives notice that be will attend to the du
ties of his appointment at his office in Towanda Bo
rough, on Tuesday the t4th day of July next at two
o'clock, P. M., when all persons interested are required
to prese It their claims, or be debarred from coming in
soon said funds. HENRY BOOTH. Auditor.
EXECUTOR S NOTICE
A LL persons indetted to. the estate of James L.
11 Eon's, late of Standing Stone township, de&d., see
hereby requested to make payment without delay, snd
those having claims against said estate. , will please pre.
sent them duly attested to ABA STEVENS,
Standing Stone. June 4, 1846. Execubai.
A LI, persons indebted to the estate of fame S.
Warn, deceased, late of Monroe tp. Bradford Co.
are requested to make immediate payment, and all
those having demands against the same are requested
to present them, legally attested for settlement.
JOSEPH HOMET, Administrator.
Monroe. June in, Md.
EXECU I tikes NO UWE
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Juel Tuttle.
late of Standing Stone township, dee'd., are reques
ted to make immediate payment, and those having
!aims against said estate, will please present them du
ly attested to ALBA TUTTLE. Executor.
S!lniing Stone, June 4, 1245.
glf , Ci f 0), lfo MEI 01
• 'Elliott' & likrefir, T -
ARE now -
receiving stock of SPRING AND
iisUltbtEß GOODS composing airiest overrating
ever bought or sold, which they offer to the Public for
cash or approved credit, as low as can be purchamed at
raill any where in the United States—(Tezu and
Towanda, May 22, 1848.
ttY Ut.IODS, GROCERIE-,. HARtiWARE,
Crockery, Paints, Oils, /kr-, 4e., bought tot cub
and sold at a amy small profit by
May 22. ELLIOTT 4. MERCUR.
IRON & STEEL—A large assortment of all kinds,
just received by ELLIOTT & MERCUR.
Another Great and Enthusiastic
AT A MEETING of "all No. 3—Brick Row," held
on the 33d day of May, inst., OLD BAIRD, wu
called to the Chair, and Btu:BAIRD appointed a emu
tnittee of the whole to draft resolutions. After several
pathetic speeches by Eleazer and George, the follow
ing Preamble and Resolutioits were unanimously
Whereas, There appears to be a great desire on the
part of some Merchants in the Borough, to coma up
along with No. 3 ; and Whereas we are willing to
assist them tfi doing so as far as consistent : Therefore.
Resolved, That such merehants have oar consent to
unite their several stocks together, u the only means
by which they can equal No. S.
Resolved, That the " Shavings Bank" take the
right wing ; " small profits and quick oaks" the left,
and " New York in Miniature " the rear,—a pike team
Resolved, That we never before thought New York
was each a looking plue as its miniature exhibits.
Resolved, That No. 3 always has, always can, and
always WILL, sell goods cheaper, better goods and
more of them than any stare in town.
Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting be
published in the Village papers, and that one copy be
handed to each of our competitors, and half a copy to
" New York in miniature."
May 29.1846. BILL BAIRD & CO.
TARIFF REPEALED !
IrUPHE subscriber takes plenum in announcing to his
friends and the pnblic generally, that he ie now
receiving and opening an entire new stock of GOODS,
(at his store in the borough of Towanda, situated on
the east side of Mom street, three noors south of Mon
tanye's & Co., and nearly opposite B. Kingbery's) em
bracing everything in the line of
Dry Goods, Groceries. (the ardent excepted.)
Hardware, Glass 4- Queen's bare. Boots
and Shoes, Paints. Oils and Var
niall. Iron and Nails. 4-c., 4-c..
which he will sell as cheep as the cheapest, not except
ing the Renovahir, M. any of the champions of small
profile and quick sales. He would respectfully invite
thu'e who wish to buy cheap to call and examine his
goods and prices for themselves, before purchasing at
any other place.
Towanda. May 16. 1944
PRINTS, LAWNS & NIUtsLINS, a large assort
ment on hand and for sale cheap at BETTS'.
LEGHORN & PALM LEAF HATS and bonnets
will be found at " my2o BETTS'.
New York in Miniature !
THE sub.criber tine taken great pains to make his
moo tment so complete in
Dry Goods. Books 4•• Stationery, Crockery,.
Hardware, Paints 4- Oils, Groceries.
Boots j Shoes. Iron 4- steel.
It .4 to present to his friend. and the public nearly or quite
all the advantage of dealing in stores which confine
themselves exclusively to any one of the shove branch
es. lie invites unrnti.m to his assostment.
Noy 20 1t446. I). D. 1:1A ItTLETT.
Vt , 00 !
HHAVING made arrangements to exchange Cloth
and other good,: for WOOL. the subscrilwr
Imes to gain the confidence and approbation of the wool
growers by giving them the very heat exchanges which
the nature of the market will permit. Call arid see
Towanda, May 20. 0. B. B RTLLBTT.
I HE subscriber eontinnes to act as agent for the HE
LA WARE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO., of
Philnlelphia, a stock company of good standing and re
pute & dues business on as fay, labia terms as any other.
He is also agent for the LYCOMING CO. MU
TUAL INSURANCE Co., a company which ha■ al
ways been punctual in the payment of losses and pre
sents advantages seldom found.
Towanda. May 20. 0. D. BARTLETT.
AIALICOES—the largest assortment and prettiest
xj patterns, and cheapeal CALICOES, to say no
thing of Ginghams, Lawns, &c., ever seen in this re
gion. for sale by my2o 0. D. BA RTLETT.
LATEST ARRIVAL OF •
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
KINGSBER St' JR. has jest received his new
, as.ortmeut of Goods which will be sold on the
most reasonable terms. His friends end the public are
respectfully invited to call, examine and purchase.
Towanda, May 26, 1846.
pIitNTS, Lawns, Bunneta,Pqrasela. &c., just
received. J.KINGSBERY JR.
A GREAT variety of summer Coating from one
21 . shilling to $3,75. just received. Also Csesimeres
ot nearly all Shades and kinds. Those wishing to pur
chase, are invited to call and examine before purchasing
elsewhere. J.KINGSBERY JR.
HARDWARE, Crockery, Groceries, Nails, Fish.
&c. &c. for sale by • J.KINGSBERY JR.
BOOTS AN D SHOES.
AGENERAL assortment of Boots & Shoes , good
and cheap just reeeised at the store of
May 20. J.KINGSBERY JR.
a3.:Lama QUA-` , vaTZWLEINZ.. ,
THE SPRING SUPPLY embraces too great a va
riety for me to attempt to give a catalogue, in a
newspaper. &drum it to say, that almost every thing in
the line can be had on terms that will give satisfaction.
May 27, 1846. J. KINGSBER Y. JR.
Just received at the Sayings Bank :
100 sup. Parasols;
100 Umbrellas :
For the " splinters." we will pot them down low.
May 27. G. E. FLYNT & CO
JOURNEYMAN TAILORS WANTED.
FiniA'Cl Journeyman Tailors wanted immediately.—
Also, a lad to learn the Tatloqug business, to
come well recommended. and apply 000 a,
BACHELOR & COREL.
Towanda, June 10.1646.
AT AN ANNUAL MEETING
OF the Directors of the Towanda Savings Bank
h e ki at Towanda, May let, 1846, the following
preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted :
Resolved. That the largest stock of GOODS shall
be placed in No. 6, south end Brick Row.
Resolved. That GEO. E. FLYNT & CO. shall con
tinue to sell Goods as usual—cheaper than any other
establishment in Towanda.
%noised. That the Savings Hank" regulates the
priced of Merchandise and eschangeuntil our next an•
Resolved, That the war against Lumbers—Credit and
if.ch Prices, shall be continued.
ResiOverl, That the Ready Pay System "is beat
adapted to this atmosphere, and when in successful
operation, goods have, can and shall be sold cheap as
in the neat place.
Remtvod. moro goods and better, shall he sold
at \n. s. (F'. Co.) for the coming twelve months.
than any other establishment.
Reiiohnill, The the proceedings of this meeting he
putiliplicri in the '• Bradford Reporter." and • Bradford
Argun." and two thousand copies circulated throughout
the county. GEO.E. FLYVTI Co.
UMMER a I,I.WLS, Hsulkirchei s end Ribbons,
basu.iful and cheap, at tny2o BETIV.
SMALL PROFITS & QUICK SALES,
IL S. M C.' MERCUR.
APING. ENLARGED & REFITTED THEIR'
..atore,to accommodate their increasing baldness,
have the pleasant of announcing. to. their Mende and
customers that they are now opening good wort;
meat of SPRING 4 SUMMER GOODS, arnbranin
almost everything in the Litnrof -
Dry Goods.- Glass 4- QueenstocaT.
Groceriei, Booti 4- Shoes,.
Hardware, • Paints. Dye :NA
Saddlery Drugs, Medicines.
Harness and CarriagelVaili. Glass.
• Trimmsngs, Leather, Salt. 4.c..
' which will be sold as heretofore, at prices that will aa•
defy the public. Towanda. May 12. 1848.
10111 UTTER WANTED.—AII those having GOOD
111 BUTTER to sell, will find it to their advantage
to call at jell MERCUR*B
lkt;Ed paid for BEV; WAX. by
-LI jell) MERCUR'S.
SUMMER GOODS, for Men's & Boy's clothing—a
splendid assortment both in quantity and style
now opening at
BONNETS—A large assortment of every style and
fashion, from which the moat fastidious can be
suited. just received at
BOOTS & SHOES—lncluding a law assortment
of childrens sod mines shoes at MERCURY&
EGUORN & PALM HATS a great variety, at
.I_4 M■y 3. . MERCUR'S.
10 TONS IRON, American, English & swedes
—4 fun assortment of round. square,band,
horse shoe and tire iron, fur sale at MERCES'.
nAßDWAßlE—anassortuwat fully equal to
any kept by Hardware atoms in our neighboring
towns, now opening and for sale at MEM UHS'.
lAWNS & GINGHAM% all 'dyke and qualinss,
AI for sale at my 27 MERCURIC
PRINTS—The largest aasottroent of Spring and
Bummer Prints. ever opened in Bradfurd for sale
at my 27 MERCURB'.
TEEL—American, Eng.bliater, German Cast and
Spring Steel. •: my 27 MERCURS'.
Of New and Cheap Spring and Sommer Goods,
Direct from the City.
BURTON KINGSBERY most respectfully in.
forms his old customers, snd the public in gene.
rat, that has now receiving at his old stand, • large
assortment of all kinds of goods, which be intends to
sell a little cheaper than any other store in Towanda.
It is impossible to put in • newspaper all the different
kinds of goods that may be found at my store. I have
.8 full assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery.
Drugs, Medicines, Paints. Oils. Dye stuffs. Boots and
Shoes. Nails, Iron, Hats 4, Caps, hcc. eall sod price,
before you boy elsewhere. May 14. 1846.
MI "HINTED LA WNS, Muslin de Laines and Mum.
mer Shawls,* very large assortment. which will
be sold lower than be bought at any other atom. - Call
and see. my 14 B.KINGSBERY.
COONNETTs—Any quantity, from two 'billings,
111311 to SG, with beautiful trimmings. also Rowers. in
side sprigs and wreaths, all French, which will he found
at m 914 B.KINGSBERY.
LEGHORN & PALM LEAF HATS. also Fur
and silk Hats. latest styles„and very cheap, at
may 13. B. KINGSBERY'S.
APPLEBY'S FIN 0 CUT chewing and mnolung
TOBACCO, a prime article for @alp at
llklo. t, CODFISH & MACKEREL, tor sale at
Indy t 3. B. KINGSBERY.
KOLLOW-WARE. such as pot.. kettles..opidrts,,
&c., at myl3 B. KINGSBERY.
TASII TUBS, patent palls. Shaker brooms. Al
cent mats, traveling baskets, carpet sacks,
looking glasses, &c., all very cheap at
may II B. KINGSBERY.
RADDE'S CELEBRATED CHOCOLATE &
extra roma. eupeliot to old Joei coffee, end •
ttry healthy. !leverage, tyhich may he found at the old
1 31enp Store , of tor 13 B. KINGsBERY.
M'Allisti.rx WHIT! lhatmrid.
A supply of this tspulsr tio4li , b , .slov. a quantity
„kW of the SOLAR TINCTURE, illtd rt erived by
Oct. I. H. S. & %I c. MERCUR.
rinHE subscriber take.+ pleasure in announcing to
his friends and the public geneially, that he is
now receiving a very large and carefully selected ad.
dation to his snuck of GOODS. bought for C■ah, and
eelected with the expseaa view of UNDERSELLING
the BRAGGADOCIOS. 0. D. BARTLETT.
Towanda, May 19, 1846.
LARGE ARRIVAL OF GOODS,
Montanyea Co.'s Store.
ONE ARK LOAD just tecelved. and daily expect
ing more. The prettiest and cheapest gootbieSer
oti. red in this market, are now lit...lung. and they hope
tlo ir friends will not forget to give them a call.
%Vll"lesule purchasers and merchants wishing to
replenish their stock will he accommAnte3 nn liberal
terms. J. D. & E. D. MONTANYE de CO.
Towanda, May 13, 1346.
CIASEI FOR WOOL—The subs.rdwr hue oo
objection to pay part qr even all CASH for Wool,
It as high rate. as the market will permit.
Towanda. May 20. 0. D. BARTLETT.
WAGON AND SLEIGH. MAKING..
avaan ag (=Tau
HAVING formed a co-partnership for the purpose+
of carrying on th above business at Monroeton
are prepared to execute all orders punctually, such as
Raking, Repairing and Painting,
on the shortest notice end at the lowest prima that they
can be had in this vicinity for ready pay.
All kinds of Produce and Lumber taken in payment
at the market prices.
COFFINS made on the shortest notice, and at re
duced prices. P. DUNFEE.
Monroeton. March 17. 1845. J. C. SMITH.
T" partnership heretofore existing under the firm
of HIRAM MIS ¢ Box, is this J 29 dissolved by
mutual agreement. Ali demands due said firm are to
be paid to Hiram Mix. HIRAM MIX,
Towanda, March 3d. 1946: H. MIX Jr.
IT hu been ascertained, ant• finally spoken out, that
the largest stock of Cloths, Cesinieres ¢ restings in
Bradford, are to be found at the " Savings Bank t' and
what is more satisfactory to purchasers of the above
goods, they are at leant 25 per cent cheaper than at any
other establishment. G. E. FLYNT & CO.
ytEMBERS of the Lyceming County Mutual In
arrance Company, are hereby notified tha the
aril of Directors have ordered an armament of one
per cent, on all premium notes. due to the cimpany on
the 15th dog of November, 1845. to he paid prevausto
the 2d day of June neat, to the Treavurer or to Racal.
en. . WM. A. PETRIKIN, Secretary.
The Receiver for Bradford County is 0. D. BART•
LETT ; the Treasurer. C. 8. Wallis, Esq.
Office of Ly. Co. Mot. Inn. C 0.,/
Money. April 17, 1846. 5
Ifll3l4l'M - 2' 71)(10111119
attorney at Law,
OITICE in the north corner of the Brick. Row.di
reedy over the Po.t 0111 m, Main street. CrEll
trance at the north end of the building. dB.
SEVERAL copies of the above work just received
and fm sale at the reduced price of 75 cents.
March no. 1n46. J.KINGSBERY JR.
LEGHORN & S I'RA W BON NETTS. and SWIM
beautiful Ribbma, Arbfacida. 4e. selling at as.
tonishingly low priers. Look for them at the celebra
tetl cheap store. ms 27 G. E. ELYNT & CO.
axxwatairb Gy u.wma.agrarat.
°Tel-Montan3eo store, nrxt door to Morre l l l aw once.
at t h e o w s and o f faint! fs Seaman. vol)
FIGURES WON'T LIE
rUE WAR BEGUN !
War against Hub Meta and the Credit System I
NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS.
At the drew nu* Cheap Store,
.2Vo. 2. grid Rao. one door south o 'the P.O.
THE Subscribers inning ' entered into a co-painter.
ship fro the express purpose of furnishing the good
people of Bradford County with goods. Ware,/ end mer
chandise, It least ate notch lower than &hey barn ever
been sold. in this market. They are now secunng one
of the largest and best selected stock' ofspring and sum
mer goods, ever landed in Northern Penasyleanie.
Their stock comprises almost every article ever offered
'in a country store. Among which, we can only men
tion that there is a general anon meat of
Dry Good*, Crocerint. Hardware, Crockery. Gine,
Nails. Iron, Bonnets, Bads and Shoer,Sult, Tin.
Their goods have been purchased mostly for cash at
auction, and they pledge themselves that, they will not
be undersold by. any other establishment in this evatlon
of the country. People have only to call at the New
Yojit Cheap !Store, (tio. 2 Brick Row.) to satisfy theno
screw. C. dt E. REED.
Towanda. May 25. 1848. .
THOSE LAWNS, ORO ND ES, LAW GING.
hams, Rept DeLains, Lamma cloths for summer
dresses, so long looked for by the Ladies, have arrived
and may now he Well at . REED'S
BONNETS—A great saving to the '• Heads of the
Nation.." The Ladies will Lod its great ming to
their heeds to all and praise one of those beautiful
Straw, Devon, Gimp, Plorencti, or Lace, Lawn. Gips
Bonnets, selling an cheap at REED'S.
pAßAsous, PA HASOLLETS, SUN SHADES,
either Silk, Gingham. or Cotton. may be found
cheep c REED'S
SUM MERShawle, Muslin DeLeine. Ombri DeLeine.
Plain and Embroidered Saadilla end Harem, Shawls
suitable for summer, now opening at REED'S.
T EGHORN and Palm Leer Hats of ell qualitieajust
JLI received and tor sale cheap at • REED'S
OREGON OR WAR !
NO. 3 AGAINST THE WORLD.
ST REC'D the Largest, Best, and Cheeped
Ait of Goods era brought into the country ! !
Printed muslin., lace muslin", lawn gingham', organdi,
print marquise, Canary' lawn, cashmeres, muslin ging
ham, • new ardele, Florence satin striped, balzarine, a
few pat black balzarine, checked print reps and crape
delaine; white dress good., a large lot of prints rich and
beautiful patterns, corded and grass skirts, ombre de%
lain shawls, plain sod shaded do.. blk, 4 cord stradella
shawls, barrige and net shawls, satin striped barrige and
net long shawls, ladies polka, fig'd 4d striped cravats
and ties. beautiful gimps and frriuges, silk deruiveils.
green barrige, &c,
Cheaper than the chespest—Gipsey pearl braid, oorde
net lace, oorence, gipsey devon ',straw edged and plain,
Mime. gipsey pedal, birds eye braid and devon straw;
spendid &and liibbmis, some very desirable styles;
20 dm. Parasols and Sun Shades, lady and gents black
and cord Kid Gloves, I.in.Cambric Hdkfa. Hosiery 4.
Twilled French. English and Amerimn ; doe skin Car
ahnere, light and dark striped checked do. a great varie
ty ; golden tweeds, merino easaimere, Kentucky Jeans.
blue drilla.' A superior assortment of VESTINGS
mamas, valentine, eassimere. plain and striped satin.
10 bales Sheeting, Batting. Wadding and Wicking.
Such as Iron. nails, steel, log chains, halter and trace
do., mill and x rut saws, augurs and files. A large as
sortment of Sbelf Hardware, door trimmings, cutlery,
shoe thread, wool and horse cards, coffee mills, &c.
Blood's, Harris' and Wadsworth's Warrernted Grain
and Gnus Scyther.snaths and sickles, a first sate article.
BOOTS & SHOES.
Ladies' kid buskins end slippers, morocco and calf skin
boots, black and fancy gaiters and half gaiters, children's
gaiters and tall boot.. A beautiful article gent's gal.
ten; coarse and fine Brus. in abundanCe.
A large stock of Sugar and 111°1as:sea: Lump, Loaf and
Pulverised Sugar ; Fresh Teas e Care*. Rice, Raisins,
nutmegs, indigo, tobacco, fine cut and cavendish, shad
mackerel and codfish.
A general assortment, in setts, or otherwise, to snit coo
400 Men's and Boy's Leghorn Hats ; 600 P. L. do.
e a Butter, Flaxseed. Beeswax. Eggs and Grain;
wanted in exchange for goods, at cub prices.
Towanda, May 20. 1846.
NICE ARTICLE BLACK TEA an be found
at No. 3, Brick Row. niy2o BAIRD'S.
Those who wish to Purchase Cheap Goods,
find it to their interest to call at BAIRD'S,
before purchasing elsewhere, as we are deter•
mined to sell at all hazards. ND. 3, BRICK ROW.
DOZ. PATEpiT PAILS; 2 dos. Wash tubs;
.'oz, Brooms; 6 Beim Wooden measures;
ch. at, at No. 2, Brick Row
COTTON YARN & CARPET WA lIP-1,000
lbs. at my2o N 0.3, BRICK ROW.
3ODOZ. QUINEBAUG sUY I'HE Sri/NES,
fur sale cheap at No. 3, Brick Ruw.
May 20. t 846. BAIRD'S.
VIREOS & MEDICINES, paints. oils and dye
stuffs, white lead, ground and dry, varnish, pills,
madder, copperas, apts. turpentine, gum copal, alum,
Venitino red, log-word, red-wood, cam-wood. all for sale
cheap. at ma '2O. NO. 3, BRICK ROW.
TO the citizens of Bradford County in general. and
the Borough of Towanda. in particular : All
the judgments, notes and accounts of the subscribers,
will he collected according to law, without distindion
of persona, unless satisfactorily settled within thirty
days of this date. Those who think we are not in
earnest, will find sot their mistake to their own inst.--
Mark that. W. H. BAIRD dr. CO.
Towanda. May 15. 1846.
N. 11. We would furthermore say upon this stihpet,
that we have just received a largo stock of New Gusda.
which will be sold very cheap indeed. for ready pay. -
NOVA SCOTIA GRINDSTONES, warranted
genuine, the beat lot ever seen in this reaion—eall
and gee—tor sale by 0. D. BARTLETT.
RICH CARPETING—e few pieces at No. 3. B
R. my2o BAIRD'S.
RESPECTPLILLY informs his friends that be hse
leased the above House, situated on the south
side of toe public square, lately occupied by A.M. Coo.
and having made entirely new arrangements, is now
prepared for the reception of visitors. Presenting his
compliments to his friends and the public generally. an
assuring them no pains or expense will be spared to
please his guests, he respectfully solicits public prien.
age. pledging himself that while the establishm ant is
under his control, it shall not be excelled by any in the
The rooms of the • CLARENMNT HOVSE.' are
ipacioue and airy, and tarnished in the best •ityle.
The Table will be furnished with every substantial
the country can produce.
The Bar will be stocked with the br st liquors in a
pore and unadulterated state.
First rate Stabling attached, with ready and faithful
(Wan always in attendance.
In short, nothing will he amitterl;which will add to
the comfort and convenience of er.stomens. and with h.
facilities, he believes satisfaction will be rendered to all.
- Towanda. April 8. 1846.
AFARM, aitticed on tt.e stage road in the pert of
Pike township, coe.taihing 77 sews and ellow.
Lice, about 40 sererieleured, with a good dwelling house,
barn, two sheds, ono workshop, a Woodshed, and en
orchard in full bearing, orlth some good stone wall, end
en excellent spring of water near the house. Far
terms apply to the subscriber nn the premisoe.
Pike, April 10th 184 ti. NOAH kt A KINsON.
SUMMER GOODS—Wonted. Linen and Conon—
a great variety (or mum awl boys, at rKv Lny pr. ,
cc at 413310 BETTS'•,
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lyeur I Fulton tit. New Publishers,
But not with the enemies of our Country
"Here we stand with brush in hand,
To do our work in order."
116 Iff T. CARRIER and JAS. M. HURLBURTa
• having entered into co-partnership in the paint
ing business, are now prepared to any to the public
generally, that if they want painting none, such as
House, Carriage, or Ornamental of any kind—and well
dune—just give use cell. We wont refuse to hang
your wall paper if you should wish as SO to do,
Towanda, June 17, 1846.
Niro 11M4.90 lIMT • 110 1 '•
TOWANDA SAVINGS BANE,
Established .711 ray 1845.
New Store. New Goods and New Prices
G. E. FLYNT & CO., the only Oricloal Cub Store!
nvv.. ELV E MONTHS' experience his induced the
. 1 Cashier & Co. of the "Towanda Savings Bank"
to enlarge the sphere of their operations, being well's's.
Gored from the past, that the system of " Pay to.tioy
and trust fo-morrow," is well adapted to Bradford
county. Our stock of Goods surpass in quantity and
quality any proviciusstock, which will enable us to of.
fer greater inducements than ever. The following' ats
• few among the many ankles that comprise oar stook
of Dry Goods:
French, English and American Clothe, Trench CIF ,
rimere, Vesting*. Sattinet, Summer Stuffs Carpetinp.
French M uslins, Lawns. Barages, Bel:wines, Gingham
Musluis, Gingham', Cashmeres, De Laines, !Shawls
of all descriptions, such as Brioche Plain de LEW.
Range, Super silk, Bob Roy, and Merino, Parasols.
Sheeting.„Tickings, Drilling, Begging. Making. Oil
'Cloths, &c. 50,000 yards printed calicoes. together
with our usual stock of Milmery Goode. Our stock
embraces almost every article uswally called for. We
have just received • large invoice of Family Crowertes....
which we are offering at reduced prices—time and space
will nut allow us to enumerate. Also, a large mock of
Crockery, Glassware, Shelf Hardware, Nails. Steel,
Iron, Haut and l'ape,Boote and Shoes, &c., &e,
We take this opportunity of returning our thatikito
the people of Brainerd and adjoining counties. and in.
vile all who wish to BUY GOODS CHEAP, to give
us a call, as we are pledged to go for " The Cash Par
b" We assure our fnends that no compromise has
een effected with the CREDIT OR LUMBER pri.
eat, but we shall continue to buy low and sell cheap, as
long as there is a =A =dower/11 Bradford anpilp.
Our motto for the year to come, is—" WE HAVE.
WE CAN, Vi E WILL."
( r- j ' Look for the Savings Bank, No. 5, South Ead,
Brick Row. GEO. E. FLYNT & CO.
Townucl*, May 20. 1846
More Truth than Poetry !"
S 0 celebrated has the Savings Bank" become far
selling goods cheap, that same thymester has per
petrated the fond %ins stanzas:
At no.b cheap goods are sold,
The people laugh to hear it told:
Ha, ha. ha, they soli so low,
The cosh all goes to Flynt & Co.
In eighteen hundred and forty five,
The "Savings Bank" began to thrive.
The merchants sell their goods quite low,
But still they buy of Flynt & Co.
Then all who wish to buy goods cheap,.
At n 0.5 just take. a peep;
Just price their goods, you'll tiny I know.
The cheaper: Ronde of Flynt & Co.
Inft HINT Ea) cIALICOES-20,0b0 yds., from •
to 25 cents. Those wishing Prints lied better
usail themselves of this opportunity—they are selling
rapidly. G. E. FLY NT &CO.
QUMMF.R STUFFS—By the Yin], Bale of Peek•
age. at G. E. FLYNT do CO.
APIA lIPEriNCi—A good mock. some beemdel
IL/ peterns at G. E. FLYNT to
THOSE WHO ARE SUFFERCIG FROM REMlT
ring or Intermitting Bilious Complishado,shoold teed the
following, and be guided thereby:
Cara% or PAlN.—Pain is the consequence of the ex.
mine of the organ or part where it is present to throve
off Morbid or corrupt humors, for no pan cen avid but
from the presence of these 'matters which are igen us*
healthy character. When we have pain in the head, in
the bowels, or In any other pert of the body; it only
proves the presence of Matters which the blood Minting
to remove, and it is ibis struggle which &the oaession
of pain. To he Wed, only relieves the anguish in pros
portidn as the amount of life is reduced, end the stem
may be said of all lolling oe soothing remedies. Not so
with Brandreth'i Ptlia t they at anal 1;010 thou4sumee
of the blood in aiding it to di.ehargv taxi Mimeos, to
conquer the Death Principe. To leiirre pain in this
way doe* not leave soy bad 0:0011. The Life Irrini•
pie is not reduced, nor are the teeth destroyed; but all
organs are cleansed and their health insured.
by J Dde E. D.. Moir-taxa F., Towanda G.
Athens, only authorized Aborts for Brad•
DR. J. N. SUMMER, DENTIST,
CBP EC PFULLY inform. the publie that be will
,11 in Toefund I, about the first of Juno ofmt,ao
'on?, he fonloti nt I. II .tttertlene'. ;item tis wiSbpbap
to so* thaw requiting his serriap4r