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Terrible Wreck and Loss of Life
The past few weeks seems to have been
characterized by an unusal number of heavy
sod destructive gales, both. on the Atlantic
coast and the Likes. The new and :elegant
steamer Atlantic. Capt. Dustan, mining between
Boston acid New York, left New London on
her tys9 to New York about 1 o'clock A. M.
o n Thursday the 26th ult. She had proceeded
but a little way. when owing to the pressure
of the storm the steam-chimney burst, render.
fag the engines entirely useless. The anchors
were immediately thrown out, and during the
day everything that could in any way increase
the danger to the boat or crew, was thrown
overboard. Life-preservers were freely dis
tributed to the passengers. and every human
effort made to render them safe: But all was
in rain ; for such was the violence of the gale,
that the steamer was constantly dragging her
anchors towards the shore, and on Friday night
the was dashed on a ledge of rocks on Fisher's
island. and in ten minutes went entire'y to
pieces. The whole number of passengers and
cr aw is reported to be eighty. one hatf of whom
-found awatery grave. Among the passengers
were sir females. four children, and two infants
all of whom were lost except one child.-1
lot made up from the books of dr: Company
i s published, believed to be neairly correct.—
elastify the. passengreb according to their
Bodies Found. —Two Mr. A twoncl's. Dr.
Hassler of the Navy. Messrs. Western. Solace.
Kimball. Cassidy, Collamore, French. Pitts, a
clergyman named Armstrong, Lieut. Norton of
Bodies not Found.—Ntesors. Stmes, May
nard. Giddings. Oar, Leverett, Cunningham,
A. Burbank, Bilotti. Haana, Baldwin, Ames,
Tinkliam. Miss Jordan. Some of these anus'
'not be lost.
Derkpassengers 'lost.—J lin Walton. wife
:nd three children. (John. James and Eleanor
Jane.) from %Vest Newburg fur Pennsylvania
Robert Vine, son.in•law to J. Walton: Messrs.
Putinan and Madder.
Passengers Saved.—Messrs. Partridge. Cul
lum, Van %Vert. Houghton. Mirsch. Comstock,
A n drews. Rogers. Truesdell. Brewster. Tar
box, Jacob Walton. boy. Thos. Lingston, mail
:gent. T. 0. Gould. Adam's Express.
Of FCERS AND CREW.—Bodies Found.—
Cup'. Dostan. Michael Doughty, waiter; M ar y
Ritmo, stewardess, Sarah Johnson, do:, Sarah
Johnson. do.. Sarah Ruby. do.
Bodies not Found.—John Gleason. porter,
Chs. Riley, waiter, Thomas Gebney. do.. John
Marfalane, do., Lamer liellev, deck hand.
There are five bodies not positively identified
One man, nn whom was found a L. C. hand
kerchief, marked Archibald Austen.
One woman and a child. supposed to be from
Silem. Mass..on their way to New Jersey.—
Probably Mrs. Thompson and child.
A Mies Smart, so suppose& said to belong to
A Mrs.—. probably a lady passenger 7N'ho
was in the Ladies Cabin.
One body of a man at Fisher's 'island. so
rot to pieces that he could not'he identified.
Part of a body, from the waist to the neck,
so mangled that it could not be identified. Also,
oeveral parts of bodies, such as arms, .hands,
legs. feet, &c., lying in different • parts of the
The most commendable order and quiet are
-aid to have been maintained by the paseengere
and crew through the whole of the terrific scene.
TO was undouhtedly owing, in part at least,
tithe influence of Rev. Mr. Armstrong, and
the coolness and courage of Capt. Dustan, who
•a said to have been an excellent Captain, and a
sober, christian citizen!
TUE STEAMBOAT COLLISION OF xnx MISSIS
SIPPI —The New Orleans papers received yes-
terday.contain some further particulars of the
distrssvisg accident on the Mississippi. caused
by the collision of the Sultana steamboat with
tin Maria. The bow of the Sultana struck
the Maria opposite her boilers, throwing them
sat of their place., and breaking the connecting
pipe, causing tier to sink in about five minutes.,
tie water coming up within some two feet of
her cabin floor. It is believed their were from '
twenty-five to thirty persons drowned, nearly
all belonging to the Maria. including the first
deck and thirdengineer. There were eighteen
or meaty severely scalded, most of whom
are expected to die. None were injured on. the
Sultana. Eighteen or twenty of pie scalded
were taken to Natchez. No names of the
lost or injured are given, except the first clerk
of the Maria, Mr. James P. Dunn, and M(-
Snivel Merin. the engineer. The passenger
If the Sultana whuescaped injury have publish
ed &card declaring that, in thew opinion, no
censure is due the officers ; that the accident
Vol purely accidental. When Mr. Peter-. the
pilot of the Sultana, .first saw the Maria. she
Ti. in the bend nit the Louistna side. mid hr
believed it was her pilot's (Mr. Smith.) intent
ion to pass him on his starboard side, conse
quently he (Mr. P.) kept in the main channel.
The pilot (Mr. Smith) however. soon changed
his eourse and stood touraails the bar on the
Miosissippi side of the river.SW hen Mr. P. ters
discovered this, the sleatnhnats being smuts
considerable distance from each other, lie im
mediately stopped the engines of the Sultana
some three minutes before the collision took
Pion. Mr. Smith, the pilot of the Maria. fully
believing that he would he able to the how of
the Salton* in due time to prevant danger. lie
did not stop the engines of the Maria. The
engineer of the Maria states that at the time of
the collision she was hugging the bar on the
Milillooppi side of the river, and was not in
Ms bend as stated by the passengers of the
Lin FROM FORT LLAVENWORTII.—COpitite
qoreinanent Wagons by the In /fans.—The
tedians are becoming desperate on the Santa
Fa route. The St. Louis papers state that a
min of government wagons, nineteen in until
het, ten days out from Leavenworth. for
S2ll!a Fe:were seized bv a party of Pawnee
h dom, wagons, teams * stores &c.. while the
eta were at dinner and taken oft Some of
lto wagons the Indians broke up--the rest they
tatted off with. All bat two of the •men ac
*Repaving the train immediately started to
o make a train two days a head of them—the
naming two men returned to the Fort, and
made the statement of which this is i
THE DIP TEZENCE.—As one point Illustrative
° IN progress in the Anthracite Coal trade
xide and making
tha yearly, werno may mention
t one individual eoncelone. engaged
ilf mining and shipping from the Lehigh
Ciao. furnishes the market this year with a
error number of tons than the entire product'
"tim all the different regions in 1829.
grind tom Ind eohs tvither fin' your ani•
WORMS! WORMS!! WORMS!!! .
To remove these troublesome and dangerous inhabi
tants of the stomach and bowets, which so often impair
the health and destroy the lives of children, use Jsyne's
Tonic Vermifuge, a certain and safe preparation fur the
removal of the various kinds of Went% Dyepepsia,
Sour Stomach, Want of Appetite, Infantile Fever and
Ague, and Debility of the Stomach and Bowels, and or
gans of Digestion.
SKIS DI are often owing to a Scrofulous Ha•
bit of the body, and in order to effect a permanent cure,
the original cause must be removed.
Jayne's Life Preservative, one of the moat pleasant
articles ever offered to the public, has been found not on
ly to cure Scrofula, under all its multiplied forms, of
Cancer, King's Evil. Goitre, White Swelling, dtc., but
also to remove the disposition of tendency to disease of
that class, all diseases originating from obstructions in
the glands or pores of the skin, or from impurity of the
cloud or other fluids of the body.
Prepared only by Dr D. Jayne, No. 8 South Third
street, Philadelphia ; and by Monitors& Fox Towanda.
PAIN on DIATRI.Pi or ANY LIND, whether of gout
rheumatism, headache, toothache, or any other kind of
ache, is in all cases caused by impure humors of the
blood, which have lodged upon the parte, and which
welting use vegetable purging, (purifying,) can remove
because by no other means can impurity be driven from
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills have no superior, if
indeed they have an equal, in removing every descrip
tion of pain ; because they carry off, by the stomach and
bowels, all morbid and corrupt humors, (the cause of
disease) in so easy and natural a manner, that the body
is actually restored to health as if by magic. Four or
five of said Indian Vegetable Pills, taken once in twen
ty-four hours, on going to bed, will in a short time not
only drive pain or distress of every kind from the system,
and restore the body to a state of sound health, but the
blood and other fluids will be so completely purified,
that new life and vigor will be given to the whole frame.
BLWAUT. or Cuostsartirs.—The public are cau
tioned against the many spurious medicines which, in
on:er to deceive. are called by names similar to Wright's
Indian Vegetable Pills.
Remember, the only original and genuine Indian
Vegetable Pills have the written signature of William
Wright on the top label of each box.
Offices devoted exclusively to the sale of Wright's
Indian Vegetable Pills, Wholesale and Retail,l69 Race
St., Philadelphia; 288 Greenwich St„ N. York ; and
198 Tremont St., Boston.
Agents for the sale of Wright■ Indian Vegetable
Pills, to Towanda, Montanye's & Co ; for other agen
cies, see ad vet tisement in another column.
Ige.' SONS OF TEMPERANCE.—The re.
gular meetings of TOWANDA DIVIVON,
No. 103, of the Sons of Temperance, are held on Tues
day Evenings, at 6 o'clock, precisely, in Temperance
Hall, over Montanye's & Co's store.
By order of the Division. C. S. RUSSELL, R. S.
CLOTH'S, CLOTHS—we with the attention of all
who are in want of Clothe, Cassimerce, Sattinet
&e., to our large stock on hand. These clothe must
be sold. We never have been undersold, and never
will he. Cill and examine. G. F. FLYNT 4.C0.
JN. SIiNIN ER, M. D., DENTIST, announces to
. his friends and the publ.c that he is again in town
and will remain a few weeks. He will be happy'-to
wait upon his friends, at his rooms at Mr. WoodrulT'a,
on Main street—nearly opp..site the Reporter office. d 7
ASH WILL BE PAID FOR SHEEP PELTS,
dec 9. MONTANYE & FOX.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Joseph Tuthill
late of Smithfield township, deed.. are requested to
make immediate payment, and those basing demands
against said estate, are requested to present them forth
with for aryustment. BENJ. TUTHILL,
Smithfield, Dec. 9, 1846. Administrators.
G. E. FLYNT St Co.
The Cheapest Store in Towanda !
The truth is
THAT G. E. F. & CO.. have taken the lead in Eel
ling cheap goods of all descriptiors. not confining
these “ great reductions of prices" to few leading ar
The truth i 3
That G. E. Flynt & Co., will continue to sell Dry
Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Hardware &c., cheaper
than any other eatablishmrnt in Bradford County, and
That on thase " two saying." hangs all the truth that
is neeesenary to ensure great heroin, to all those
who porchage for cash. No. 5 Brick Row.
To She People of the United States.
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spirit of this country and identifying itself with the in.
tetests, sympathies, tastes and progress of the American
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going on to erect a durable superstructure. Although
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broadly and strictly national," and has no meaner
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the eminent and diversified talent that could be pro-
cured. They make no parade of names, bat leave hint
The ohjert of this Prospectus is to introduce.
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can Pimple who reside out of the large Cities, and
upon whose derision must. at last, rest the fate of any
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, No. 7 Spruce Street, New• York.
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simultaneously arith its issue in the City. N0v.1816.
ri , vsym% U 4 3 1- 22S?aleVaillo
Oyer Montanye's store, next door to Mercur's law office
at the old stand of Powell ds Seaman. oel
LATEST NEWS FROM MEXICO!
THE mod extensive variety of Ladies' Winter Drees
duals with all sorts of outlandish names, of the
most beautiful patterns and lowest priors• ever seen in
this countrydust opened at 0. D. DARTLETrB.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES:
ALARGE ASSORTMENT of Cloths of all shades
and colors, and qualities, and prices. Casimeres.
Fancy and Plain. Sattineus and a good assortment of
Vesting' may be found at ' GEO. E. FLYNT& CO.
ALL persons mdet.ted to the estate of Oliver Ainger,
late 'of Smithfield township, deed., are hereby
requested tomato payment without delay, and those
having claims against said estate. will please present
them duly attested to HENRY PEET.
PmitlitSel4l, net. 13, 1846. AdmiLiitretor.
Hear Ye 3 Hear Ye I
THE notes and accounts of Dr. Jaws M. Goodrich,
are in the hands of A. L. CRANMER, Esq., of
Monmeton, for collection. Persons interested, are re.
quested to call there, and settle the same as Bonn us
convenient. December I, 1846.
NEW GOODS AND NEW FIRM,
S L.* R. FOWLER has opened in the corner
s store at Monroeton, a very large stock of Fall and
Winter GOODS, which they are prepared to sell at
the lowest prices for cash, Lumber, or produce. They
have a very good article of Teas at very low prices--
sugar of every quality at FOWLERS'
COFFEE, Molasses, 4 c., of every quality. cheap
Tl EW style cluskings; a cheap article of plaid cloak
-111 ings for sale at • FOWLERS
SCPEROR Cuiuneres of every shade, for dresses at
IVlDetains, Alpaccas and wool good. descry vs
• riety at FOWLERS'
iILOTHS, Wool Block, French Black. and silver
n 9 clothe at FOWLERS'
CASSIMERES fur pants, of all colors and price at
VESTINGS, plaid and plain canna, stripe -p laid and
plain silk velvet and worsted castings of every va-
SHA W LS, a good assortment of bhawld at
POW LE RS'
HATS and Caps, hum 2 shillings up, at
ft- 0 0 I T S & SHOES, a large stock of boots and
■hoes at FOWLERS'
SOLE & UPPER leather, Caßout! Kip 0: ins at
SALT & PORK always on hand at
MILL SAWS of a good quality at.
FOW LE RS'
TO Shingle makers.—Crone cut &I NOI of a good
JL qualify at FOWLERS'
MUFFS. from two dollar' up, at
,CASH and goods exchanged fur Lumber at all times
by S. L.& It, FOWLER.
OGERS FOWLER basing sold the half of his
1.1.. stock of goods to S. L. Fowler, it necessarily
closes up his business, and he wishes all those having
unsettled accounts to call and settle soon and oblige
him and them too,
Monroeton Nov. 20. 1846.
WE have on hand a large sto,k of nice FRESH
TEAS at all kinds of prices. But, we have
just struck a vein of 4s. Tea that is right. Call and
try it. NI ON TAN YE & FOX.
MEW MB= a Ezi . nw W.:S=O
CHEAPEST IN TOWN!
MONTANYE & FOX
HAVE just received and are now opening a very
extensive assortment of GOODS, consisting - of
almost everything every kept in a country store, which
they pledge themselves to sell as low as the same can
be bought in any town this side of the city of New
York. Come one and all, and if we don't sell you
Goons Carat don't buy; it will cost you nothing to
look, and all we ask i. • chance to show our stock of
goods. Be sure and find the right place, it is the Old
Corner Store. a Wow doors south of Montanve & Co's.
The B'hoys are on hand and will sell you goods right
for Cash or Produce. Towanda, Nov. 9, 1616.
5000 Y SHEETINGS SHIRTINGS
AAA selling very low (areas!) of piwluce, by
Nov. MONTANYE & FOX.
"WE HAVE • good assortment of De Nines, repps,
V eashmeres, ginghams, (some beautiful patterns)
white dress goods, different styles; fringes, gimps, cord,
velvet ribbons, bonnet ribbons kid and silk gloves and
mitts, comforters, linen handkerchiefs, &c., &c., all of
which will los sold cheap. MOSTA NY E 4 FOX.
DRINTS—a large and beautiful lot of PRINTS, by
nov.ll. . MONTAN YB & Fox.
NATE HAVE a film lot of Broadcloths, Cusimeres,
V Vesting', and some very nice Satin; Kid and
worsted gloves, suspenders, net drawers and wrapper'
&c„ which we have pu• down to th's lowest notch.
Nov.ll. . MONTANYE & FOX.
CROCKERY - 2 good assortment, in setts or other
aim, to suit purchasers. by
Nov.l . MONTANYE & FOX.
BOOTS :IND SHOES
/TENS' kip and coarse boots; boys' do., mens' and
boys' coarse, kip and fine oboes; mens' and boys'
pumps; ladies' thick boots, morocco do., common and
kid slips and buskins; misses'- slips; gent.'s rubbers;
ladies' patent and buskin rubbers, misses' do.; also. ■
first rate lot of children's shoes.
november I I. MONTANYE & FOX.
Woo DEN MEASURES, brooms, patent paibtanti
sealed bushels. MONTA NYE & FOX.
HA I 1 &CA IS, a first rate lot, all kinds, &scrip.
lions, colors and qualities, cheaper than ever by
novenaher 11. MONTANI E & FOX.
A GENERAL ASSORTM ENT of HARD WARE
such u nails, axes, shovels, manure forks, shovel*
and tongs, sad trolls, knives and forks, pocket knives,
butcher do., shears and scissors, razors, cloth end hair
brushes, shaving and tooth do., wool and horse cards,
coffee mills, hatchets, augers, wood saws, door trim
wings, steel squares, tlltsb brushes, ■rk ropes. and bed
cords, by fly!! MONTAN YE & FOX.
CODFISH AND MACKEREL, a food article. by
now l AIONTANYE & FOX.
TAPIOCA—a nice article—farpuddings, for sale at
nee I I MONTANYE & FOX.
PAINTS. OILS DYE STUFFS.
ALARGE quantity White lead. No. I. pure, end
in oil and dry, whiting, Venitian retl. chrome green.
Paris do., Prussian blue, rose pink, etc., linseed oil.
lamp oil, coach and copal varnish, logwoud. red wood.
camwood, madder, cochineal. annatto, etc. We cannot
he undersold in anything in this line, al all. at all.
november I I. MON I'ANY E 3 FOX.
DRUGS JIND MEDICINES
WE have on hand the largest stock of Drugs ana
Medicine, in this county. including every thing
used h the Physicians and people generally We also
keep on hand nearly all of the most popular Patent
Medicines of the day. One of our firm (A. D. M.)
having Gad a long experience in dealing out medicines.
we flatter ourselves we can snit all who may favor os
with a call. Prices can't fail to suit. Particular atten•
lion will be paid to orders from physicians.
november 11. MONTANYE & FOX.
You may be Interested 1
ALL persons that know themselves to be indebted ti
be indebted to the subscriber for Goods or Medi
eines. are requested to call and Belle the same before'
the lit of December, however small the amount may be,
or they may expect to pay cost, without respect to Pees
sons. twit A. D. MOINTANYE.
LIQUORS, a full assortment. consisting of Cog.
Brandy, American Brandy and Gin. Monongahela
Whiskey, Port. Maderia and Malaga wines, may he
found at the New York Cheap Store, No. 2 Brick
Row of REEDS'.
BOOl'S & SHOES—a first rate assortment of coarse
and fine Boot& Shoes - and Slippers, 'the latter
French of course, just opened at
• nov3 0. D. BARTLETT'S.
SHAWL—quargities of Shawls. nice 4 kind. going
off fast and cheap at 0. D. BARTLETT'S.
CAPS of all kinds cheap, besides every thing disc at
0. D. BARTLETT'S.
SANTA ANNA TAKEN !
Jreceived a large end splendid anortment of new
J Goads, bought entirely with Cosh, during a great
Upreasion in the market, and with the expreas view of
N DEIVigELLING the BRAGGADOCIEEk.
0. D. TIARTLETr.
Retailers of Foreign Merehandize.
THE following statement of Retailers of Foreign
Goods and Merchandize. in Bradford county, has
been - certified to me, is made in conformity with the 6th
section of the act of March 4th, 1824, relating to Re
tailers of Foreign Goods and Morchandize
Sotterlee, Welles & Harris 12 $l2 60
L B Ellsworth 13
Thomas Maxwell 2d 13 (Exonerated.)
Gearge A Perkins . 14
Chester Park 14 7
C H Herrick 14
M 8 Rogers 14
H 8 Comstock 13 1
Job Morley 14
John Watkins. 14 (exonerated.)
Thomas Gardner 14 7
Elmer Horton 14
John Horton, jr. 14 7
A & H Morley 14
Coryell & Gee 14
Charles Ratbbone 13 10
0 L) Chamberlin
James W Mercur Liquor 14 10 60
R K Hawley 14 7
Willirm Anglo 14
Rogers Fowler 13 10
I) C Sahaniry Liquor 19 15
ND&C Warlord " 14 10 50
J H Phinney " • 13 15
Benjamin Coolbaugh 14 7
J & G Smith 14 7
Theopilus Humphry 14 7
Smith & Rou
.1 E Bullock
P 24 Bostwick
Maynard & Wattlei 14 7
Assph Co!burn 14 7
John L Webb 14 7
Storrs & Jones 13 . 10
Horace Kinney & Co. Liquor. 14 -10 i
Welles, Nichols & Co. " 14 10i
Lyman Durfee 13 10 7
Bullock. & Phelps 13 10 .'
E 8 Tracy 13 10- '
E Norman 14 7
Henry W Tracy Liquor 14 10 00
Mix & otorrs 14 7
Elliott & Mercur, 12 12 50
0 1) Bartlett 14 7
Burton Kingsbery Liquor 13 IS
Charles Reed " 19 15
Win H Baird & Co. " 12 10 75
Tracy & Moore " , 14 10 50
D C Hall . 14 10 50
Mile* Carter • " 14 10 50
JD& ED Montanyor 12 12 50
J Kingshery jr. 14 7
A D Mnntanye 14 7
H & C Mereur 12 12 50
George E Flynt & Co. 11 15
A S Chamberlin
G F Redington
I,yton Runyon " 14 10 50
1) Fdo S W Pomeroy dr. :o." 11 "22 50
Baird & Stephens
0 P Ballard
Truman & Co.
M-H & G H Welles
Robert Cooper l4 7
Marcus Ty! rel Liquor 14 101
Benjamin Buffington 14 7
All those who have not paid their license, will call
and settle the same without delay, and save cost.
J. RBEL, Treasurer.
Treasury Office. November 3, 1840.
SAVINGS BANK !
NOTWITHSTANDING the rush at the Savings
Dank. for goods. we are happy to state for the be
nefit of Mr. •• Pay.down," that he can be accommodat
ed with any quantity and sty le of geode, and new goods
at that, and at the lowest possitee prices. as usual, We
are constantly adding to our stock all the new and fash
ionable styles of goods, that none need pay the "old
price," from the fact that we have not got them. Cash
purchasers need not be deceived, by those whose inte
rests it is to keep them sway, as we always have a few
of the same sort left." Be sure you am right—No. b.
November 3. CEO. E. FLYNT & CO.
Prints t Flints
quantity of New Prints, and desirable patterns
just received by n 3 FLYNT & CO.
QHA WI% of ill descrisions and prices, from four
5..3 shillings up, by n 3 FLYNT $s CO.
SHEETING, Shirting, Inching, Balling, Colon
Yarn, 4.e., et FLYNT it CO.
ItOCCRIES, Fresh Groceries, just heceieed. by
nnv3 FLYNT & CO.
L , LOUR, from the" Globe Mills," a auperiur article
also PORK, first quality, for sale by
Nn..•mbrr 3. FLYNT & CA.
MORE of dome A. No. I, EICOTB, and a large
quantity of LA IMES' SHOES. juin received by
November 3. FLYNT &
pAVID DOANE, my son, a lad over eighteen
years left my house on tho sth of August inst.
without any good reason fur doing so, and I hereby
forbid all and any person whatever harboring or trust
ing him on my account as I will pay no debts of his
contracting or expenses incurred by him.
Windham. Aug. 11th '46. JOSEPH DOANE.
N OTICE.—In pursuance of an order of the United
.1. 1 1
.States District for the Western District of Penna.
I shall dispose of the balance of asset:a and.effects of .1.
Kin g.bery Jr., assigned in bankruptcy, at public sale at
the Court House in Towanda, December 2941. at two
o'clock P.M. G.SANDERsON, Asignee.
Towanda, Dec. 7, 1846.
BON NETS—A great saving to the " Heads of the
Nation." The Lailieikwill End it a great saving' to
their brads to call and manse one of those beautiful
Straw, Devon. Gimp. Florence, or Lace, Lawn, Gipsy
Bonnets, selling so cheap at RE SU'S.
57 For cheap Winter Shawls call on
October 15, 1846. B. KYNOSBERY
CSASH PAID FON. OATS. at
V noES 0. D. DAR ['LETT'S..
LADIES! I SAY, LADIES I ! If you have made
up your minds to boy a eke dress. cloak or shawl
this season, don't fail to call at N 0.3, Brick Row, where
yon can find the moat, best and cheapest articles in that
line. that is kept in town, besides all kinds of trimminp.
Remember, call at nal I BAIRD'S.
OMESTIC COTTON'S—Brown sheeting.. shin.
ing, awl drilling; Alpo, cotton yam, batting, wick".
Wilk and wadding, for sale by the bale or les quantity,
at nrll BAIRD'S.
Pa.4l I Cape d
Liquor 11 SS 50
Liquoi 14 10 50
Liquor 14 10 50
NEW YORK CHEAP STORE
NO. 2 BRICK ROW
& E. REED would respectfnny heg 1,1. e in
tender their thanks to the ,citizens of Bradford
for their liberal patronage and support, and would in
form them they are now receiving a large and full sup
ply of FALL and WINTER GOODS, which will
positively he sold at even lees than their former low
pekes. The war to ettermintte high prices is still kept
op—no compromise has been made, and they intend to
carry the war into the heart of the enemy until they shall
yield or adopt the principle of selling goods at small pro
fits. A nimble sixpence better than a slow shilling, is
AVERY large- stock of Broad cloths Cassionetes,
Beaver cloths, and winter sestinas of all picas,
colors and patterns, now opening and for sale very low
IaFULL SUPPLY of Men's and Boy's Caps. Rats
and Mods may be found at REED'S.
ASPLENDID assortment of fall and winter lift'.
goals, Cloakings, &c., for bale very low at
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New Fall and 'Winter Goods.
HE subscriber Is now receiving from the city of
New York a large sq.ortment of GOODS suit. d to
the amnion. carefully selected, and purchased atanusual
ly low prices, which will enable him to sell very low
for cash, lumber, country produce, or approved credit.
His friends and the public generally are invited to call
and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere.—
He feels confident that he can offer them better bargains
than they have heretofore made in this town, or any
other in this region - j ot' country. In his.assortinent will
be found in all their varieties. Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Crockery, Glass, Nails, Iron, Steel, Paints,
Oils, Dye StutTs, Boots, Shoes, 4c. 4c.
Towanda, Oct. 26, 1846, N. N. liErrs.
lin FIB Ladies will find a great variety of worsted
dress goods ; also, a beauuful assortment of prints
at very low prices at BETTS'
end English cloths, heavy B end
Tweeda for over coats, fancy Cassiwerts and Sat
miens., a great variety will be found at HEWS%
MOUSLIN De LAINE, Cashmeres, Rib Roy and
Broths Shawls, • great variety will he found
New Supply of Fall and Winter Goods
MENDERS his thanks for past favors, and respect
fully informs his old customers and the public
generally, that he is now receiving from the cif? of
New York the large 4 and cheapest assortment of
GOODS ever purchased for this market, which be
pledges himself to sell 20 per cent. lower than the
same quality of goods were ever before offered in Tow
anda. This is no humhuggery. Jut drop in and
price toy goods. I have almost every thing wanted by
the farmer, mechanic, and everybody else, and parties
laxly the Ladies.
My stock of Cashmeres, M. De Lanni, Black and
colored Alpaccar, California Plaids and Gingkanis, are
very cheap. With regard to Broad Cloths, Cassimerea,
Satinetts, Jeans, Domestic cloths, Ye a Prints, &e.
I knock under to no merchant in this_ nor any
20001.68. Sole Leather, Upper Leather and
Calf Skins, lower than was ever offered in
Towanda. by B. KINOSBERY.
Q WEE DS Iron, Horse Shoe, Round Band, Neil rode
L Horse Shoe Nails, Slid of all kinds will be sold
very low by B. KLNGSBERY.
BOOTS and SHOES, ■ very large assortment, and
unusually cheap at B. KINGSBERY'S.
1 00YDS. Beautiful Carpeting, two ahillinga per
yard below the market prier. at
THOSE LAWNS, ORGANDIES, LAWN GING.
hams, Rept DeLains, Lemma cloths for summer
dresses, so long looked for by the Ladies, have arrived
and may now be seen at REED'S
NEW FALL GOODS FOR 1846.
!I. S. Sr. M. C. MERCUR.
HAVE just received, and are now opening a hrge•
and general assortment of Fancy and Staple
Goods, embracing almost every thing wanted by the
Housekeeper, Farmer, and Mechanic, which were pur
chased principally fur cash and at rates that enable them
to sell at such tow prices, that it will be for the Interest
of every ono paying cull for goods, (regardless of all
puffing advertisemnts) to give them a call and examine
their stock,. as they still adhere to their motto of "small
.2 .. ts and quick sales."
o wand.. Sept. 30, 1846.
k Sr IL (5) ••)1 LEI g
wittorney at Law.
OFFICE in the north corner of the Brick Row, di
reedy over the Post Office, Main street. c[rEn
e at the north end of the building.'
Estate of Patrick Brady. deceased.
To Lockwood Smith, oao of the Administrators of
said estate, 'ake notice, that application has been
made to said court on behalf of James M'Mahon,
Guardian Or James Brady, to 'vacate your letter of ad
ministration. Said application set forth that you have
left the state for more ban one year last past, and have
no known place of residence therein. You are there
fore required to appear at the next term of said Court
in December r and show show cause, if any you have,
why said letter should not be vacated.
LYMAN E. DE WOLF, Clk. Orphan's Court
Oct. 13, 1846.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, by the subscriber,
a Journeyman Blacksm.th elm en apprentice
to the Dlacksrniihing business. J. B. RIDGWAY.
Surrender of the Mexican Batteries !
Old .. Rough and Ready" again nefarious!
ONE ARK LOAD, and several wagon loads of NEW
BOOM have just arrived, and ere selling cheaper
than ever at No. 3, Brick Row.
November 9. WAS. H. BAIRD do CO.
PRINTs-500 different styles, bought in the city of(
New York, by the case, on the "cosh dace/4111,1
aid will be sold accordingly. BAIRD & CO.
1117 "J Ilia- 4CII/ 11:11
Great Reduction in Price !
JKINGL 4 BERY J . R., would invite purchasers to
• examine his NEW STOCK OF GOODS, so
he is confident that the great Calling off in prices will
enable him to offer greater inducements than ran be
presented by those who purchased their goods earlier in
the season. Towanda, November 3, 1846.
THE SUBSCRIPTION LIST is now open for tiro
Pamphlet Laws for 1847.
November 3, 1846. J. REEL, Treasurer.
Broad Cloth, Cassimeres & Sattinets.
A LARGE aesortment of Broad Clothe. Cossimerre.
and Sattinetts, which we have long been famous
for selling good and cheap, now cheaper than ever—
and upon which we challenges the world. just received
0. D. BARTLETT.
Towamti, Nov. 3,184 C.
WANTED IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS—
W but, • Domestic Flannel,
Rye. Woolen Socks,
Butter, White Bean%
Cheese, COON SKINS,
in short, almost anything, for which liberal pries, will
be paid at 0. D. BARTLETT'S.
Towanda, Nov. 3, 1848. 1'
IVTUFFS, MUFFS—The most fashionable and ugli-
DEL est looking - Muffs out, in sum qOantity, obese - et
nel3O. 15. DARTLI;Trs-..
MILLINER AND MATUAMAE.ER,
ilarner car Algtrar anA AlrlAga
NEW DRY GOODS,
Corner or Main and Bridge Strata.
TCer OPENING, at the corner of Main & Bridge
street, a well-selected assortment of new and taste
ioneble DRY GOODS, which will be sold unusually
low for ready pay. The stock consist. in part of
Satinett, flannel, gingham. elpaces, the cheapest lot of
prints in town, edgings, irrsertings, Swiss and tam
brie muslin', linsey, canton flannel, drilling,
bleached and brown muslin. (not to be
surpassed) ticking, chrck,cashmere,
Lotion, wool and buck gloves,
cotton hose. suspenders,
cotton and pongee hdkfe,
gingham cravats. plaid shawls,
wool comforters, cotton tapes, patent
thread, sewing silk, cotton balls, parka
pine. needles, spool cotton, hooks and eyes,
suspender, shirt and metal buttons, with many oth
er articles, usually found in a store, not mentioned.
The public are invited to call and examine the stock
before purchasing elsewhere. as they will be sold cheap
er than at onv other establishment in town.
T...wanda, Nov. 11. G'H & CO..
BOOTS & SHOES OF ALL KINDs.
JUST received from Philadelphia, a large and splerw
dufaseortment of men'. calf, kip and coarse boots,
from $l 50 to 155 50; boy's do.; ladies gaiters and
walking shoes; also, fine kid slips and buskins, end all
kinds of overshoes; do. calf bootees and Wed shoes;
childnm's and Misses shoes of all kinds, heavy and
light, suitable for every kind of weather, Youth's calf,
Lip and coarse boots to suit children frocn 4 lo 12 years
old. We pledge ourselves to give a batter, article at •
lower price thaw any other establishment in Bradford
county. TRUNKS from SI 50 to Sig 00
HATS AND CAPS.
A large asiortment of fashionable Hats end Cape of
every kind and description for sale very low.
Molasses, sugar. coffee, codfish, No. 1. and 2 Necker•
el, best qualify black and green tea, (ruin 31 to 83 cents
111 pound ; pulveriied and loaf iugar ; rice tobacco, ■oult
sperm. dipped and mould candler.; raisins by the box
ur pound, starch, soap, segos at 50 cents per hundred,
and in tact all kinds ever-kept io our line which people
will find it their advantage to purchase and we will
give you reasons for it:
A little Logic and Common Sent:.
There are three things beyond disputer-Ist—lf a mina
pays out much money, he must receive as much.
2. If a man's expenses in business are large, his profits
must be large.
3. Therefore, the Grocery and Shoe Establishment at
the corner of Main and Bridge sts., in a small plain
store, at a cheap rent, can afford to sell boots & shoat,
hats & caps, and groceries, at lower pncei, and of
better quality than any other store in town.
Now, if this is not sound logic, two and two no trot
make four; but if it is, common - sense calls on you to
come to us for your Hats & Cape, Bouts & Shoes &c.
See the contrast, and let your own reason decide it it
was not your advantage to give us • trial.
FINLINGS °fall kinds constantly on hand. Thread,
awls, bristles, shoulder-sticks, kit and files pincers, all
kinds of binding, silk cord and straps for hoots, patent
pegging awls, skiving, paring and crooked knives and
float, H. O'HARA & CO. -
Towanda. Nov. 17, 1846.
GROCERIES, of all descriptions. at wholesale or re.
tail. Attention is particularly directed to their
assortment of Fresh Teas,; (we don't know the differ•
eat names of the packers, but the "article " is " C.K.")
nos I I W. H. BAIRD & CO.
TJARDWARE, Iron, Nails; Glass, Paints, Oils, Dye
11 Woals, Dye stuffs, Medicines. etc., in general anJ
largo quantities. n• I I W. H. BAIRD & CO.
UATABLES !—Su perfine flour, pork, fresh butter
Ls wheat, etc., etc.. constantly on hand and for sale
H 0 RSE SHOEING done on abort notice by
*l'ma anda, Oct. 13,'46. N. HEMMINGWAY.
TIMM'S, 200 pieces now opening and far gale very
1- low it REEDS'
PION:VETS, velvet and superior Leghorn Bonnets.
Also, velvets of all colors, together with artiticials,
taps; bonnet ribbons, &c. may be found at REEDS'.
The Last Arrival of New Goods,
TN TOWANDA, are now being opened at No. 111
.L Brick Row, by Wm. H. Buird ¢ Co.. the first Pie
nem in the cause of Low Prices and liberal barter ex
changes. They do not hesitate to say, that they wil
sell Goods for cash or any kind of Merchantable pro
duce, at lower prices than any other establishment in
Bradford County, Owego, Elmira, Binghamton; (or any
branch thereof.) Call and see. Further psniculars
next week. November 9, 1846.
LOOKING GLASSES, one case of very nice, 0
frames, latest style, just opened at
novll NO. 3, BRICK ROW.
RAN away from the subscriber, an apprentice boy by
the name of John H. Thompson, 16 years old,
without my laase or notice. All persens are hereby
forbidden harboring Or trusting said boy on ny account,
aa.l will pay no debts of his contructioB.—Ouo imp*
reward for the return of said boy, but no charces paid.
W linen, Oct. 9.1846. CALEB C. TUNE.
FALL & WINTER GOODS.
ONTANYES . 6r, CO., are now recieving a very
IVla desirable assortment of Goods,purchased during
■ great depression in the market, .comprising French &
English BROAD-CLOTHS, Cassimeres and Sattinebi,,
■nd the choicest patterns of Prints and Worsted Goals.
Grateful for past favors they respectfully solicit a gene
rem public to call and anemia. their stock, and think
can hold out sufficient inducements to ensure their share
of public patronage.
September 7, 1846.
VERYTHING in the line, including Elliptic
Springy, Iron A :els, Mailable Burs, Dub, Seat
and .top Irons, Ornaments, India Rubber and Oil Cloth,
Lace, Tufts, Moss, ate. for sale at jIB MEM lUlrel.
TIRE subscriber nntinues to act as agent for the DE
.I LAWARE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO., of
Philadelphia, a stock company of good standing and re
pute & does business on as favorable terms as any other.
He is slim agent for the LYCOMING CO. MU
',VAL INSURANCE CO.. • company which has al
way■ been punctual in the payment of lows and pm
lents advantages seldom found.
Towanda, May 20
THEpartnenhip heretofore existing between the
aubscribere under the firm of J. H. & IL 8. Phin
ney, is this day by mutual con'ent dissolved ; all not
and accounts due the Into firm will be found in the halide
of J. 11. Phinney, who is authorised to settle all bust.
nen of the firm. J. H. PHINNEV
Montoeten„ Oct. 19, 1846
B. All unsettled acconnts of the late firm toast be 4 settled by note or otherwise by the first of January
nest. or they will be left in the hands of some official
men for collection. J. H. PHINNEY, Jr.
Positive and timely Notice
IS hereby given that all my accounts Inc costs have
been placed in the hands of N. J. KEELER, for
collection. This is to inform all pereons interested that
unless settlement is made by the dose of the approach.
ing December Court. these aceounts will be left in the
hand* of an offierr, with inatnxtiorn to collect then
without delay, mad without respell to mama.
Nov. 1, 1848. JOHN N. WESTON.
21 READ OF COWS and . Mile will lola
cheap for cash or approwed , eredit.
Towanda. Oet. 13,1846. HIRAM C. FOX.
BOOTS & SHOES-11 dozen pair Coarse Boot..
boys and inen; also calf and kip boots and shoe&
and a good deal the heat and eliespen let of women'.
ntel rniages' w-.ar in t nrq. i0.,11 at
' TOWANDA, Pa.
NO. 9, B 11.
0. D. BARTLETT
H. s. PHINNEY