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las head. which is half -turned round, as if
te e she had been lo king up. The entire st t
,jleetb were beauiifully perfect, but the fr4nt
tof the lower jaw dropped when it was
o „d, There is e ntire of the hack bore, arm
oie s, leg. ring and thiehs ; in fact, .1 believe
we them all complete. The bongs of the
6,Llay beside the hunian hones.—LeferarN
REMITTANCE? TO IRELAND.- r. Jacob II ar-
Tev. „I to published recent] V a statement that
sum of $608.000 had been remitted
;;ITlasd front New York, in small sums doe
r,' die last tear. through certain houses, has
rerevejl returns 'from Philadelphia and
g,it!more,-which swell the total of remissions
fr , l l o three nines to $1,001.650—t0 wit.
5170.150 Irom Philadelphia, and $22,600 from
Di on,re. He' says : •.
- Here are one million of dollars, partof the
earnings of the poor Irish gmigrante, sent
;le year to help their poorer friends at
and all done quietly, regularly and sys-
V isuealf y, without any parade of public meet-
- .lt wilt he acknowledged by the ro st prejo
j::•ed sectarians and politicians that Lay coun
.rrnien hare their virtues as well ns their fail-
PP—they certainly received a full share of
2 5tise for the one, and I therefore think they
ace honestly entitled to praise for the other."
A Pastox.--Judge Breckenridge, of Pitts
hcret. Pron., who by the way is-a Whiz, and
opmed to the annexation of Texas, has
id,tre,ied a letter to the public, from which we
, 1:1 et the following
fed l'or the honor of Inv country, and hope
f l t he success of her arms ! As respectil Alexi
., I consider our course JUST ; Texas had a
to annex herself- Mexico had insolently,
(wen ure s of peace. Having got into
in consequence of annexation, 1 do
hnw• a war could be avoided by the ad
,,•.•:rannn, without 'the surrender of eertain
could`not surrender. It was
to rialto the Rio Grande as the line; and
war, the amount due for suoliatoms by
must be secured by sequistratton of
i. u ma, or other territory, and indemnity
:u-t' , &mooed for the expenses of the war."
T...eour,e olJtidae Breckenridge is highly
I''.e and patriotic , .
1. ::s brother Whigs imitate the noble -ex:
.. , .e he has ',et them.
•Rrir BRANCIL—The news continues to he
az a+ to the prohalulity of the sub.
of this n (irk. Liter news is that
.••••itions hut a sinal balance of stock not
small however, as in the opinion
fretick ,rf the measure,. not to prevent
riikice of the work during the sum-
I: wdl he a bright day for the people of
isle north, when this canal shall he coin•
What a most miserable and mistaken
-v ut the part of the Slate, not to have
ra,:tl". But it is only in keepile u i h
111, ,, 11FC5. of the part of the
The lasi link in the chain ot
• r j., 1.—%11,1)111,11ell
f. 1.311 'a prisoner a!
• rra. lii Gen.
hili) a lair there and. pr
• lii, liberty. His re
x;,,ott•.l every date.
A I , I , A.IILF.AIILE ra, rt. IX T.IL
r . TI .n - her unplea,t tnt svmptam4, are at
nehtte4non. When the CIO I, Distend
re.n gin, in the stain lc]; an
1,1 .1 Ott inner rUINIII•qi. II drirterlOUS 111011
A. id, 16 (.1,11, rabid m the bunDavh, which,
e '1 0 , field of the 'ln cert tin net e,'N-
hreaZh. but is ti%to the true Call,
ilero,t of t I rtar. ult.! aI or 1 . 1.1 , 1 t••••• It.
, ;:i :lan Pd... not 0.,1y
an I husael4 (ruin nil :1;1,1 putritl
11. e 1.10.nt, !wt they tato restore the digt,-live
‘I• t a hedlthy t. m .• ; and arc- therefore eel!. on to
ad bicalll,.and prevent a premature decay ad
qtr OF COCNTERFEITi—The public are Cal/
I:sess4 the rii.lny 'spurious medscinea which, is
'*. -celve.are called by Dames kdindar to Wri,tht
V , 201.1 , 1r
-:n , «r, the only original and genuine Indian
t: s Pills have the written signature of tVuham
on the top Libel of each box
avv,,ted exclusivery to thr Rflie of Wri2he,
V holt-wile and lirtad. 169 R an .
; Greenwich St„- S. York ;. AD.
^•l'rem•.ot Si., H.•-ton.
' , .;Pub for the • , 410 4,1 Wrizher; Indian l'eacurt.l
•. In :I'm !nth., Montanye'rt & Co ; tor op.er
• .re.-ottherti,ntern 111 Juother co:uri.n.
0 8 , (7 ri:oj..,:ixf 1 :12.53 AT :LAW.
,HE Smiling Committee of the Bar of Brad
sunny. ha,e &lowed a reNolutian that they will
”'llllle Atuderit4 preparatory to admi.,stun to prae-
vtltz a term of eirlft
.'-. raret regulddy on the Saturday afternoon,
eAci.l term, for the purposes of their appoint-
C. L. WARD,
THREE 111'NDRED good steady men can find
I r..a.tarit emOnyment at Boating Coal during the
, won, at Itberal price.. Apply et this office.
E. A. DOUGLAS.
Supt. & Bnoineer,
: 1 .-e of the I.ehigh Coal & Navigation Company,
Chunk, February 8, 1847.
AC DI 10k S I'ICE.
Tanderszgned Au - dant. appointed by the Orphan's
( : , art of Bradford county, to makedistribution of
by an administrator's sale of the real estate
Strong, deceased, hereby gives notice - that
" v'end to the duties of his appointment at his
lowanla borough, on Tuesday the 23d day
text, at two o'clock P. M., when all persons
required to exhibit their claims to him,
from coming. in upon said funds.
r _` • 4 1517. HENRY BOOTH, Auditor.
3 - i i'"Jat/ Koons et. al. to the use of D. F. Bar.
vole ti. the Towanda Bank, No. 577 , May
THE undersigned having been appointed an Audi
'ior by the Court.of Common Pleas, to distribute
tamed by execution in this suit, hereby gives
that he *ill attend to the duties of his appoint
,this office in Towanda borough, on Thursday
day of March next, at two o'clock P.
all persons interested are required ts make known
before him, or be deli:tried from coming in
fund4. HENRY 1300TH, Auditor.
F.1 . 1 5,.1647.
O - YSN CE.
T" DlTundeencnral ha‘in-heen appointed an Auditor
b the Orphm's Cowl of 13eultort1 county to ex
"t',ll.' the set tints of the Itintttitstr4tore '
, ' 3 4 11011,m deeea=ed. he nt attend to the dutic
';':::,Thlappo.totti,t at low office in Towanda bor..
'.iv the :4th thy of March n ext, at two
P. hi., of which allpeison a interested will take
PA IS, 1647, HENRY BOOTH, Auditor.
Citizen Soldiers !
rinHE ten regiment bill has passed. Those wish• ing to enrol themselves in a company, in actor
de nee with the notice before given, are desired to meet
et the Court House on Monday evening 9.24 inst'. to
take steps towards organization.
Cfficers of the State service are requested to attend.
E. W. MORGAN.
Eeh. 16, 1647.
Cilizrn•Soldiers of Bradford !
rr HE underAgned has recently received authentic as
surance that a company - tendered by him to the go
vernment for service during the war with Mexico, will
be accepted as soon as the ten regiment lull, pending in
the House on the enate's anictidatent, becomes a law:
The bill dolUbtless, soon pass.
Men, between the ages of 18 and 35, desiring such
a tour of service, are requested to communicate, as ear-.
ly as possible, with the undersigned at Wysox, where
he can be seen at all hours in reference thereto,
It to hoped that the patriotism of Bradford will prove
prompt at our conntry's call ,emalating the efficient zeal
gloving throughout the counties of this Commonwealth.
E. W. MORGAS, late of U. S. Army.
Wpm!, 'Feb. 9, 1847.
NEW YORK CHEAP STORE
NO. 2 BRICK ROW
&.E. REED.woulil resperfully beg lease to
tender their thanks to the; citizens of Bradford
for their liberal patronagend support, and would in
form them they are now rheiving a large and full sup
ply of FALL, and WINTER (IOPDS, which will
powively be sold at even less than. their former low
prices. Ttie war to exterminate high prices is still kept
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 shillifig, is
Orphan's Court 'Sale.
pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court, in
and for the county of Bradford, there will be ex
posed at ptiblic sale at the House of V. M. Long, in
Troy borotigh, at one o'clock, P. M. of the 10th day
of March the following tract or parcel of land belonging
to the estate of :tetra C. l'avlor deceased, to wit: The
eye rl and undivided half of a tract of land situate in
the township of Troy and bounded as follows: Begin
ning at a post the south West corner of Alfred Parsons'
lot, and the south east corner of a lot belonging to Juhn
and l'el Porter and the north east comer of a lot owned
by John Courtney thence east thirty-six perches and
sixteen lurks to a post at the side of the road, thence
south twenty-ser.en degrees west, forty-Three perches to
a post, thence west tw-rty-six perches to a post stand
the line ofJolin Courtney, thence north fifty-two
degrees east, five perches and seventeen links to a post
in said Courtney's line, thence north, twenty-four and
a h rif degrces e 141, twenty-eight perches to a stump.
thence Twin. forty-five degrees west, eleven perehes
and a halt lo the place of beginning.) Grist an•r.! about
live acres. lulu r deducting one acre therefrom enclosed.
within -aid boundary belonging to Damel Dobbins.-
7 here isl-srtuate thereon 4 valuable flouring mill, to
which as alpurtenatrees thereunto belonging, are cer
tam arill races leading to said mill.
A LSO—A tract of land arm lie in Tray township in
said county, Rounded as follows: Beginning at the
centre of the Williamsport and Elmira road, in the east
line °I Daniel Do'd.ins' land, thence north along said
hoe, ten rod:4am' two link, to a slake and atones, thence
~(1. ? 1 • /0/1)-1•11C d. grew earl, eight rods to a !auks and
Atom, tb•abie ten r d..mil two lint,. to the cen
,a to a d. them.. north, eighty-ore degrees went,
c hire efe.i l 'c rods to the !dace of
g C ottaimog about one hdf acre of land.
5, 1617, JOHN WhE \ N.
T II() %1 I'S()N & (' I? AIV F( it f),
M - 71' 11()LY , s No 4U M Irket r.trevt.
5ec. , r1 , 1.) Phirad.ll.liia.
r 1.. r .4ier a lane r.t ..1 Fre-lt D
a.ll 1)”. :scuff, In %.hu•h tlwy roll the uttrrition at
(...uri , ry M. rehaiii: aii.l D,• .rot,og city.
C e.udr, C.llllllet. J B .ek and wher v.trto•hett of
Al-,t.1 hoe .thJ Red Lead. Wit,-
Jove p ! th..tn ever.
T. & C. are .11-o ioroi/nviors ol the Loh tn Vey,.
t ,1,1•• It 11. crl..hr.ize.l throu t tliont 11 fir own and
•r,:i 4 S Vie l,r-t prerwan m for the Core
t. 11..nry etunJed in
~,, Lc, tit is rect.!, ed.
l'h .1 .n. N. I sl7.
/JP': TO EPICURES
AA:' I )01::4:1" , El) SI - vq , lll in flavor
V t.. m. 11,-t by
Li !TIN. t. 1.0 1.115—\1,• wiser m14,111..11)1 all
"ho ire to tx utl "I" 1 . 1.11114. Cos./mere+. Sittmet
eke., 111 our I irze Thee el.clot MUM
he eriev . er ht . . 11 und.r.,1,1 never
"In li e . Call "1 , 1 ex inure.. G. FLY "`T 4 CO.
- 01'l ttndv the citizen. of Toain
`l d t..itt.l the put)." the if they wish to
hat• their ancirk dune tip the mn,l loallionaiiie, neat and
ilur,hle mariner, and fig and no rh•ap on at nov
other e-Inldt+t.rnent in !OA n , . they trill find it to their
intereiit In ai.,• inn, a rani!.
CC ING done on short notice, and warranted
to 11 , , it 171,10 t• up n ,
:".1.1 in the n. xt buddin g below Brick row, upstairs,
1t,., ii o,er Brown's (Irooery.
To,s ato anti try I. I SI7 . —43
New Fall and Winter Goods..
THE subscriber is now receiving, from the city of
New York a large assortment of GOODS suit. d to
the season, carefully selected, and purchased at unusual
ly low priers, which will enable him to sell very low
for cash, lumber. country produce, or approved credit.
Ills friends and the public generally are invited to call
and ex ainme his spirk before purchasing olsew here.—
lie feels confident that he ran offer them better bargains
than they have heretofore made- in this town, or any
other In this region of country. In his assortment will
be found in all their vanetim Dry Goode, Groceries,
Hardware. Crockery, Glass, Nails, Iron, Steel, Paints,
Oils, Dye Stuff+, Boots, Shoes, .1-c.
Towanda, Ort. 26, I 546, N. N. BETTS.
HE Ladies will find a great variety of worsted
jt dress goods ; also; a beautiful assortment of prints
at very low prices at
- FORENCH and'Engkish cloths, heavy Bea•er and
Tweeds for over coats, fancy Cassuneies and Sat
tinetts, a great variety will he found a; BETTS'.
MOUSLIN De L A INE, Cashmeres, Rah Roy and
Broche Shawls, a great variety will be found
CASH 'WILL BE PAID FUR SHEEP PELTS
by dec 9. MONTANYE & F9X
Broad cloth, Cassimeres & Sattinets.
A LARGE as.ortment of Broad Cloths, Cassimeres,
.11 and Battinetts, which we have long been famous
for selling good and cheap, now cheaper than ever—
and upon which we challengestheworld, just received
Towanda, Nov. 3, 1646
WANTED IN EXCHA.NGE FUR GOODS—
Wheat, Domestic Flannel,
Rye, Woolen Socks,
Oats, . Flaxseed,
Butter, White Beans,
Cheese, COON SKINS,
in abort, almost anything, for which liberal prices will
be pajd at
Towanda, Nor. 3, 1846.
LooKING , GLASSEttt, one ease of very nice, 0 G
flames, latest style, just opened at •
novll C NO. 3, BRICK ROW.
A D ' .llN ['KA IOR S NOTICE —
A Id. persens indebted to the estate of Patrick Brady,
late of I;l.wr township, ded., are requested to
tp Ate immediate payment. and these having demands
agatnst said estate, are requested to present thes . forth
with for adjustment. D %NIEL VANDERC OK.
Towanda Jan. 9th, MT. Administrant.
11 , )N I' .‘".% YE Sc FOX
0. D. BARTLETT
0. D. , BARTLETT'S
Of the Expenditures and Receipts of
Assessors, S 994 60
Building new bridge in Windham, 315 00"
Repairing bridges built by'courny. 1,166 591,481 69
Damage views, 14 00
Damages by toads passing through
improvements 45 00
For fuel for Commissioners offices,
Court House. Jail, &e., ' 75 13 1
Sundry incidental espeuses, 13 04.
Justices fees, 25 76
Grand Jurors, 608 79
Traverse do. 2320 67
Blank books for various public offices, 84 31
A. Martin, Ctier of Court, 80 00
Sundry wild cat certificates, 18 00
Support of prisoners in county Jail, 473 69
Sundry bills for Printing, 258 611
Repairs of & about public buildings, 168 64
J. N. Weston for conveying con
victs to E. Penitentiary in 1845. 100 00
Support of convicts in E. Penitentia
ry in 1845, per bill rendered, 87 96 187 96
Recording, • 4 27
Stationery, 23 14
Township views. 14 00
Account with the several Collectors of County Taxes,
Borou g hs.
T , xis township,
Geo. 0. Wells,
H. S. Stevens,
8 W. Hiles,
James A. Ennis,
A. T. lit'Dowell
J. L. Phillips,
H. S. Grover,
J. C. Brown,
James L. Goreline,
A. Dunham. jr..
Abner C. Hinman,
Wm. H. Shapley,
A aahel Smith.
Thomas T. Smijey,
J. D. M'Kee,
G. W. Humphrey,
laser K. Horton,
J. L. P hillipa.
Harry S. Grover,
J. C. Brown,
W. C. Bogart*
A C. Gregg,
George P. Freeman,
James L. Gnrsline,
H. B. Bowen.
L. W. Knapp,
Wm. D. Swope,
N% al using,
NV i sox,
•Sinrr pn:d in ful
J . . r,
cub Peel. Trrasn)yr of the County of Brad
.ford, in account with said county.
T, Ft - limey in Treasury at last settlement, $1.697 91
A omit of verdict tees received. 128 00
II e •m dup. for yenrs of 1840, I, 2,3, 4,5, 2.822 11
111 phealea for 1846, 9,101 FIO
Ul seitrd line tranvcripts, • 897 38
Bo ila. judgment,,. notes, 2,083 17
M ey recd for redemption of Un.Lands, 1,650 86
....: " _ premium on. ply% of state tax, 405 43
Int. and cost on settlement in full of dup., 68 00
By county orders retutned by L.Paerce, lent -
Tcrasurcr, Jan. 8, 1846, and allowed
here. in settlement. $ 736 53
2 per cvnt. , commission on same, 14 73
Co. orders returned by J. Reel; in 1846, 11,691 50
2 per cent. commission on POMP, 233 82
Returned on dupltcatcs as uncollected, 2,625 97
Bonds, judgments, notes, " 1,25,5 52
Per centime allowed collectors, . 666 82
Money in Treasury, Dec. 31, 1846, • '1,728 72
BRADFORD COUNTY, SS.
We, the undersigned, Commis 'loners of said
Courttymmicrs in-account with Bradford C o .:
[L. S.] county, do hereby certify that the cling is a
To amount of-orders issued in 1846, g.14,796 28 true and correct statement of the Ri vals and
Cr. to collectcirs 262 21 Expenditures of said county, from the Ist of Janu-
Outstanding Jan.l, 1846, 423 671 'Ty, to the 31st day of December 1845. inclusive.
Witness our hands and seal of office, at Towanda,
this first day of February, 1847.
By Amount of county olden returned in
' 1846. including credit orders, $12,248 04
Outstanding Jan. 1, 1847, 54 13
vmaziaßi vyLaxata; L IST OF LETTERS remaining in the P. O. a
This way for Bargain!! ATHENS Pa. quarter ending 91, Dee. 1848.
THE subscriber would respectfully say to his old Friend Ealkins
customers and the publie generally, thin he has Adeleah Davis
recommenced the manufacture of Chairs, etc., at his Mrs M M Done
old shop on the north side of Bridge street, in the build- Michael Driscoll
ing known as the " Yellow House." He keeps con- .Daguenian Artist
stantly on hand, or wiltmake to order, (in a neat and John Ferguson
durable style) all articles in his line as cheap as the Alex Freiman
cheapest. His friends can be supplied with Joseph Fisher 2
Fancy, Winsor and Common Chairs. of differ- Proprietor of Fulling Mill 2
eat patterns—Settees, Rocking Chairs, - Phoebe Gray
Children's Chairs. .ke.. se. Sheldron Gurney
Also—Bedsteads and Tablet. Thomas Gardnerßevenhart Gilbert
Call and see me at my shop on Bridge street, and I Giles Hoyt
will satisfy you that you can buy reasonable. James Holet
N. B.—Whito wood, Cucumber and Basswood Hayman Hall
plank, wanted in exchange for chairs on reasonable S C Park
terms. JESSE TAYLOR. Directors of the Poor of
Towanda, Jan. 20, 1847. Sheabequin & Litchfield tps
W H Richmond
James F Redfield
Charles B Stuart
Sarah A Spading
Jersee F Sikes
Ahnerin H Tozer
A & J M Tozer
C. H. HERRICK, P, M. .
WHEREAS my wife Mary Aon has left my bed
and board without any just cause or provocation
now therefore I for bid any person or persons harboring
or trusting her on my account as lam determined to pay
no debts of her contracting after this date.
Ridgebury Bradford Co, Pa. Dec. 5, 1846,
HENRY M. COOPER.
CAME to my enclosure, about the middle of *prem.
bey, a deep red yearling BOLL. The owner is re
'legated to prove property, pay charges and take it away.
Shashequin, Dee. 28, 18. 1 6. WM .HORTON,2d.
THE OR.BFENBERG VEGETABLE PILLS
and the Green Mountain Vegetable Ointment, roe
sale by the subscriber, only agent for the town and bcn.
rough of Towanda. d 22 N. N. BETTS.
he County of Bradford, for A. D. 1846,
Amount brought forward,
L. E. De Wolf for traJscribing index
to docket in Proth's °film
Messrs. Cbubbuck & M'Rean's fees as
Proth'y & clerk of .Quarter Eleuimas,
Costs in Commonwealth suits.
Constables attending Court and mak
, log return, 858 35
Costs in civil suits, 180 86
Redemption money received on unseat
ed lands, 667 37
D. Brink for services as Commissioner
in 1845 in full, $8 Al
J. Towner, " " 1 00
AI MI 1846 208 00
L. Putnaii, " 1845 in full 950
" 1846 226 00
A. L. Cramer, 1845 in fun 600
" 1848 194- 00
J. H. Black, 1846 10 00 603 01
J. 51. Mutilator services u clerk
to Com'rs. 1845 in full 99 59
_ " " 81846 • • 285 41 385 00
1, in the County of Bradford.
Amount Pere ,' M V Amount Amount
Am't chwled• Ex'nert'd. Received. Due.
0131 85 $
152 13 1
636 28 1
359 76 1
\ t, 131 29
250 82 -
, 350 45
$10.923 91 $257 34 $566 86 $8473 74 $2625 97
Jacob Reel. Treasurer of the rnun'y of Bra
ford, in account with Ea Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania—on account of State tax.
To amount of Unseated Land transcripts, $ 502 28
I.ud on duplicates of 1841. 2,3, 4 and 5 2.385 45
Amount of duplicate of 1846, 9,469 54
Balance due Treasurer, 688 35
By amount returned as uncollected, on du
plicates prior to 1845,
" " " of 1845, 149 58
- " " 011846, 655 77
Exonerations allowed collectors, 240 11
Percentage " 114 515 39
State Treasurer receipt for taxes prior to 1845, 500 00
" on unseated lands, 500 00
" .. of 1845, 1.334 57
" .. of 1846, 8,759 27
1 per cent. commuesion on $11,093 84, 110 94
Attest:—J. M. Wrerssis, Clerk.
N H Arnold
John E Aldred
B B Bennet
Reuben F Brownian
Peter Brooks .
Simeon H Brown
Mason Crary M D
Ira M Carrington 2
Moses I Clark
H C Orbin 2
Sarah M Hathaway
B F whitney 2
Wm Wooley 2
Moss & Jackson
M 0 Merchant
J.thn M Mack
E C Ogden
Rosins Parks 3
$ 92 87
I 72 311
119 51 14.62
81 64 148 65
290 31 186 89
158 79 64 58
10 00 127 94
325 49 112 66
118 00 138 42
194 00 79 71
213 00 137 45
215 00 96 26
$ 279 93
A. L. CRANMEIL
3. IL BLACK,-
H. S. & M. C. MERCUR,
HAVE just received an 4 are now offering for gale at
wholwwle or retail, the large-t and most general as
sortment of Foreign and 1; wnet•tie GOODS, ever brought
into Northern Penney's% m I. which will besold as here
tofore at price,. satisfactory t o the purchaser. Dec.lo.
Cloths, Cauimeres and &Annetta
A LL those wanting anything' for Cloaks. Overcoats,
Coats, pants or Vesta, will find it to their advan
tage to examine the large stock o.' French, English and
American Cloths, black and faro v Gassimeres, Satt
netts, Kentucky Jeans, Vesting., ac &.c., at
Dec. 10, 1846. ERC UR'S.
LAMES can find a superior assail meet of DRESS
GOO DS & CLO A KINGS. it h 1 ERC UR'S.
10 TONS IRON, American, Swedes and English,
a general assortment of hdop, bsnil, scroll, round.
square, one and two horse wagon tire, bar. &c:, just re
ceived at d 33
Raw aunt= ais Izaw ezazzo
CHEAPEST IN TOWN 1
_ MONTANVE & 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 eau
be bought in any town this side of the city of New
York. Come one and all, and if we don't sell you
GOODS CLIIAP don't buy; it will cost you nothing to
look, and all we ask is a chance to show our stock of
goods. Be sure and find the right place, it is the Old
Corner Stare. a few doors south of Montanye & Co's.
The B'hoya are on hand and will sell you goods right
for Cash or Produce. Towanda, No.. 9, 1846.
5000 YDS. SHEETINGS ¢ SHIRTINGS
sellin g very low for cash of produce, by
Nov. U. MONTANYE & FOX.
WE HAVE a good assortment of De brines, repps,
cashmeres, 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., dm., all of
which will be sold cheap. MONTAN YE Zis FOX.
WE HAVE a fine lot of Broadcloths. Cassimeres,
Vestings, and some very nice Satin; Kul and
worsted gloves, suspenders, net drawers and wrappers
&c„-which we have pu• down to the lowest notch.
Nov.ll, MONTANYE & FOX.
et ROCKERY—a good assortment, in setts or other
wise, to suit purchasers, by
Nov.ll. MONTANYE & FOX.
/MOTS .IND SHOES.
MENS" kip and coarse boots; boys' mens' and
boys coarse, kip and fine shoes: wens' and boys
pumps; ladies thick boots, morocco rru., common and
kid slips and buskins; inicses slips; gent.'s rubbers ;
ladies' patent end buskin rubbers, misses do.; also, a
first rate lot of children's shoes.
november 11. MONTANYE & FOX. .
rou may be Interested
Li. persons that know themselves to be indebted is
be indebted to the subscriber for Goods or Medi
cines, arc requested to call and settle the same before
the Lit of December, however small the amount may be,
itthey may expect to pay cost, without re,ipect to per
sons. nv I I A. D. MONTANYE.
LIQUORS, a lull assortment. cons'ofine, of Cog.
Brandy, American Brandy and Gin. Monongahela
Whiskey, Port. Modena and Malaga wines, ninny he
found at the New Yolk Cheap Store, No. 2 Brick
Row of REEDS'.
BOOTS & SHOES--a first rate assortment of coarse
and fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers, the latter
French of course, just opened at
nor 3 t). I). BA RTeETT'S.
QHA Wl.S—quantities of Shawlr, nire-t kind. going
10 off feAt and cheap at 0. D. BA ItTLF:rI"4.
CAPS of all kinds cheap, besides eery eke at
0. D. BA rurLE
SANTA ANNA. TAKEN'
TUST received a large and splendid a-soitment of new
J Goods, bought .eitrely unth Cash, during a great
depression in the market, and with the en press view of
LIERSEI. LING tho BRAGG DOCI
O. D. B X RTLETT.
1:LOU11, from the - Globe u superior article
1: also PORK, first quality, fur sole i.y
Novewher 3. , FI.VN r & Cit.
OifE 0! am... A. No. 1 , 111 JOTS, told a large
yomility of LADIES' SHOES ju.t received by
No...tuber 3. FLYNT & CO.
DIILLINER t iND 314TUAMAKER,
Corner ;kilt", and Br Mr* at..,
CLOTHS AN D (ASSI ERES. •
ALARGE Assowrm ENT of Clothe of nil shade::
and colors, and qualities, and prices. Canimeres.
Fancy and Plain. Sauineus and a good namittnent of
Veatmaa may he found at GEO. E. FLYNS & CO. '
BONNETS—A greut saving to the '• Heads of the
Nation." The Ladies will find it a great saving to
heir heads to call and purchase one of thole beautiful
Straw, Devon, Gimp. Florence, or Lace, Lawn. Gipsy
Bonnets, sellina sn cheap at REED'S.
LIST OF LETTERS, remaining in the P. O. at
TROY, Pa. quarter ending December 91, 1846.
Atwood Mrs. Maria ,Leonard Eber
A Ivor& Royal Leonard Albert
Ave-y Win C t Leonard Alfred
Besaey Mrs Amanda Morrison E R
Bonfire C S Monroe Andrew
Bush Win 2 More Ebeneier
Ballard Myron Mott Alphonso
Boyce Wm Momford Mrs E A
Baldwin A, Momford Dr. T R
Chamberlin Miss Susan Miller Henry
Cnmmins C W Peters Comfort
Curtis Roscmand J Purris Charles
Claßin Robert Potter Mrs. Sary
Curtis Nathaniel ' Parsons Oscar
Curtis G • Rockwell Miss C
Dunbar Alanson Styles Reuben •
Demund .1 Y Sherwood Mrs Sarah
Eaton Win Soper Moses
Gustin Miss-Jana Scott John
Grundin J L S Spencor G W
Goddard Miss Holen Spalding A N
Goodwin John Spalding Miss Helen
Harrison Miss Achsah Sherwood Julius Esq.
Hichok S.--•''lSpencer Mrs M H
Harding Hiss Harriet Sanford Mrs Rhoda
Kinyon L T Thomas Samuel E
Knapp D B Warren John
Long Ezra Wheeler Ralph
LAYTON RUNYON, P. M.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Joseph Tuthill
'steal Smithfield township, dec'd., are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having demands
against said estate, are tequeited to present them forth
with for adjustment. BENJ. TUTHILL,
Smithfield, Dec. 9,11846. Administrators.
21 HEAD OF COWS and young cattle will sold
cheap for cash or approved credit.
Towanda, Oct. 13,1846. HIRAM C. FOX.
PRINTS—a large and beautiful lot of PRINTS. by
n0v.11.. MONTANYE h pox.
LADIES! I SAY, LADIES ! ! If you have made
up your minds to buy a nice dress. clank or shawl
this season, don't fail to call at N 0.9, Brick Row, where
yon can find the most, best and cheapest articles in that
line, that is kept in town, besides all kinds of trimmings.
Remember, call at twit , BAIRD'S.
(lAMB into my enclosure about the rot of lattJune
.V a light red yearling 'STEER, marked with a row
of warts on the back of his neck, and without any other
particular marks, The owner is requested to prove
property, pay charges and take him away.
Burlingtoo,Jan. 1,1847. JOHN HATTHORN.
NEW DRY GOODS,
Corner or'Xain and Bridge Strata.
JUST OPENING, at this corner of Main & Bridge
, a well-selected assortment of new and fasts.
ionahle DRY GOODS, which will lie sold unusually
low for ready pay. The stock consists in part of
Setitiett, flannel, gingliatn, alpocca, the cheapest lot "of
.prints in town, edgings, ilisertings. Swiss and Lam.
brie inuslint, linsey, canton tisimel,
bleached oral hrown muslin. (not to be
aurpoeseu) ticking, check, cashmere.
woot.and buck gloves,
cotton lose, suspenders.
cotton and pongee hdkrs.
gingham emeriti.. plaid shawls,
'a of comforters, cotton tapes, patent
thread, sewing silk, cotton balls, packs
piny, .1,001 cotton, hooks and eyes,
suspender, short, and no us! buttons, with many cub
!r articles, uswilly tound in a store, not mentioned
'f tie public are inviled to call and examine thossoelc
before purchasing elsewhere. as they will be sold cheap
er than at any other establishment in town.
rovanda, Noe. 11. H. O'H A RA & CO.
LOOTS SHOES OF ALL KINDs.
CST received from Philadelphia, a large arid 'plen
a/ did aseorttnent of men'. calf,lop and coarse boots,
ofrm $1 50 to $5 SU; boy's do.; ladies gaiters and
walking shoes; also, Gne kid slips and, buskins, and all
kinds of overshoes; do. calf bootees arid- laced shoes;
children's and Misses alfoea of all kinds.- heavy and
light, suit tble for'every lOnd of weather,s. Youth's calf,
kip and coarse boots to suit children from 4 to 12 year.
old. We pledge ourselves to give a bettor article at a
lower price than any other establishment Mt Bradford
co tuty. TI-11U1 KS from $1 50 to $lB 00
HATS AND CAPS.
A large assortment of fashionable Hats and Caps of
every kind and description fur riale' very low.
Molasses, sugar, coffee, codfish, No. 1. and . 2
el, best qualiry black and green tea, from 31 to 88 cents
a pound ; pulveriied and loaf sugar; rice tobacco, snuff.
sperm. dipped and mould Candice; raisins by the hos
or pound, 'wen, soap, segara at 50 cents per hundred,
end in fact all kinds ever kept in our line which people
will find it their advantage to purchase and we will
give you reasons for it:
A little Logic and Common Sena
Thera are three things beyond dispute a man
pays out much money. he must receive as much.
2. Its man's expenses in business are large, his profit,
must be large.
3. Therefore, the Grocery mid Shoe Establishment et
the earner of Main and Bridge eta., in a small plata
store, at a cheap rent, eau alEord to sell boots & shoes.
hats & caps, and groceries, at lower prices, and of
better quality than any other store in town.
Now. if this is toot sound logic, two and two on not
make four ; but if it i.. common sense calls on you to
come to us for your Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes &c..
See the contrast, and let your own reason decide 11 tt
was not Your advantage to give on a trial.
FIN L;INGS °fail kinds constantly on hand. Thread,
awls, bristles, shoulder-sticks, kit and files pincers, all
kinds of binding. silk cord and straps for bunts, patent
pegging awls, skiving, paring and crooked knives and
goats. H. O'HARA & CO.
Towanda. Nov. 17, 1.5 V.
GROCERIES, of all descriptions. at wholesale or re-
Jail. Attention is particularly directed to their
assortment of Fresh 7'eas (we don't know the differ.
ent names oldie packers, but the artick" is " C.K.")
novil W. H. BAIRD 4: CO.
HARDWARE, Iron, Nails, Glass, Points, Oils, Dye
Woo] Dye shift., Medicines. etc.. in general Mail
large quantities. uvl ‘L'. 11. BAII-ID & CO. -
ES !—Su perfine flour, pork,, fresh butter
wheat, etc, etc.. constantly on hand and l'or sale
ORSE SHOEING dont, on short notice by
it Tow•tnda, Oct- I 3. '46. 1. HEMNIINGWAS
viilNTs 200 pieces nog, opening and fur mile very
Law at REEDS'
I_ZONN ETS, ',bet nib! superior Leghorn Bonnets.
1) Also, velvets of all'cofori,, together with artificial;
taps, bonnet ribbon., Src. may he bound nt REEDS'.
The Last Arrival of New Goods,
I ow ANDN, are rimy beirix opened at No. 3
I Brick Itow, by War. 11. B urd Cu., the lost Pio,
veers in the cause ot Low Prices and liberal barter ex
chair:tea. They do not hesitate to say, that they wil
sr4l Goods for cash ur any kind of Merchantable pro
duce, at lower prices than uric other establishment in
Brarlionl Comity, Owego. El tors, Binghamton. (or any
branch thereof.) Call and ace. Further particulars
neat week. November O. 1846.
DOMESTIC COTTONS—Brown sheetings, shirt
ing, and drilling; Ako, eiston corn, batting, wick
ings, and..wadding, for sale by the bale or bas quantity,
at an I t BAIRD'S.
D AN away from the subscriber, an apprentice boy by
IL the name of John H. 'Thompson, 16 years old,
without my leave or notice. All persons are hereby
forbidden Ira boring or trusting acid bay on account,
as I will pry no debts of his contracting.—One cent
reward for the return of said boy, but on charaes paid.
Wnrten. Oct. 9. 181 . 6. CALEB C. TUNE.
FALL & Wlll - 0 GOUDS,
MONTANYES* & CO.. are now recieving a very
desirable assortment of Goods.purchased during
a great depression in the market. comprising French &
English B 110 A D• 1.0 HS, Ca.nineres and Satinets,
and the choicest patterns of Prints and Worsted Goods.
Grateful for past favors they respectfully solicit a gene
rous public to call and examine their stock, and think
can hold out sufficient inducements to ensure their share
of public patronage.
Septemhor 7, 1846.
VERYTHING in the line, including Elliptic
11 1 4 Springs, Iron Atels, Mailable Burs, Dash, Seat
land Z . top Irons, Ornaments, India Rubber and Oil Cloth,
Lace, Tufts, Moss, dee. for, sale at jIB BIER' UR'S.
NX7 OODEN MEASURES. bronant. patent pails and
1 sealed bushels. MOSTA NYE & FOX.
fj AI'S& CAPS, a first rate lot, of all kinds, desert')
tions, colors and qualities, cheaper than ever by
november 11. MONTAN YE & FOX.
WE have on hand a large htch:k of nice FRESH
TEAS at all kinds of prices. But, we have
just struck a vein of 4s. Tea that is rig•ht. Call and
try it. C' MONTAN & FOX.
113 RDIV3R E
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT of HARDWARE
such as nails, area, shovels, manure forks, shovels
and tongs, sad iron; knives and forks, pocket knives,
butcher do., shears and scissors, razors, cloth and hair
brushes, shaving and tooth do., wool and horse card.,
co ea mills, hatchets, augers, wood saws, door trim
mina ' s, steiil squares, dish brushes, ark ropes, and bed
cords, by nail MONFANYE & FOX.
riODFISH AND MACKEREL, a good article, by
nov I'iIONTAN YE & FOX.
rr APIOCA—a nice article—for puddings, for sale at
1. nov I MONXANICE & FOX.
P.IINTS', OILS 4- DYE STUFFS:
A LARGE quantity White lead, No. I, pure, gend
in oil and dry, whiting, Venitian red, chrome green.
Paris do., Prussian blue, rose pink. etc.. linseed oil,
lamp oil, otkrh End copal varnish, bigvrood• red wood.
(-animism], madder, cochineal. annatte, etc. We canno
he undersold in anything in this line, at all, at all.
november J I. MONTANYE & FOX.
DRUGS .LVD MEDICINES
WE h jifr a d Y i e rin o , n , l i i n an t i h l
i t n hc I
in st e oc hi k Du
ev r erv ga tt n:
used h the Physicians arid people generally We also
keep on hand nearly all of the most popular Patent
Med.eints of the day. One of our firm (A. D. M.)
ha had a Inns experience in dealing nut medictnes.
we (fatterourselves we ran snit all who may favor up
with a call. Prices can't fail to suit. Particular suen-
Lion will he paid to order* from physician..
november 11. MONtANYE & FOR.