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Shaving and Hair Dressing.
RESPECTFULLY informs his old friends and pat
cons, that having been obliged to abandon big
p e nand on the afternoon of the 12th ult., he is now
permanently located, on the west side of the public
~,are, two doors north of Briggs tavern. cistern'
.fur past fasorl4, he hopes by superior skill and attention
to merit an increase of patronage in future.
Ile trill always keep on hand a supply of oils, e
perfumery, and whatevet is necessary to give
an agreeable finish to his operations, and will spare no
t ine in his endeavors to adapt his style to suit the vary
ing tastes of his customers.
-ALSO--Shampooning for restoring and a sure pre
ventative to keep the Hair from falling out, or turning
goy, for a beautiful head of bairis a powerful auxiliary.
kiOncE is hereby given to all persons interested,
that 11. Vandercook, administrator of the estate of
Sfronz. deed 4
late of Italghcry township ; and A. Forlxts and Orson
Rickey, a a lunnitrators of the estate of
late Of Sheshequin township; and G. A. Perkins, sur
viving adneduarator of the es'ate of
Joint Shepard, dec'd., •
late of Athens township ; aul Samuel Davidson and
John Courtright, aaltniniatrator of the estate of
ff - m. J. Courtright,
late of Litchfield township ; and Jonathan. Wood, ad.
anniatrator attic estate of
iy m ohy Brizham. .qhner Thomas and dib
nil.- N.. Thomas, dec'd..•
late of Smithfield township, have filed and settled in
the office of the Rgistcr of Wills, in and for the county
of Bradford, the accounts of their sevenil administrations
upon the estate a aforesaid, and that the same will be
pre.citted to the Orphan's court of said county, on Mon
day the 3rd day bf May next, for confirmation and al
lowance. L. E. OE 'l#l OL?; Register:
flreiAcr's Office, Towanda, April 23, 1846.
ITT OF :TORS drawn for May Term and Sea.
rions, A. D. 1847.
' GRAND JCHOTS. -
W,11.-1-sac Baker, J. T. Crandall, William Ingles;
.I:ll,llliiiiti—Gen. Billings , bank! Brink, Jr.;
R t kliery—Joseph Doty,
tinvell—Sintenn Dimmick ;•
Towanda iv—Wm. W. Goodrich;
tii—Sidney Hayden, Thom t= Lane;
Alliany—John Hatch, Benjamin Wilroz ;
riaer—S S Lockwood, Giiorge:AV. Russell;
smitlifiekl—George K. Vl'Vannoti;
‘V . r..if—Wm. Patrick;
Franklin-James A. Paine ;
dike—C. P . p ierc i. ;
standing Stone—Asa Stevens;
Tairanda burii—Enna Toakkins, Wm. Trout ;
Monroe—James V. Wilcox
TitAt J C itoRS—FIIIST WEEK..
Wyaltl , hlZ—Jamrs Butler;
No—Ephraim Brink ;
Warren—Joseph Brtster, Joseph F. Wheaton;
Columbia—lielon Budd, George Furman, L. Mosier,
kr A - Pierce;
lhaell—llobert Bull ;
Catdon— . H. Bates, Horiee H. Fitch, : E. Rock.
udl. Thomas Wilhatna;
Sprteli.ld—Ambrose Brown, John N. Cooley, New
man P. T-acy ;
She4llll.3 Writ. Campbell ;
Troy tp—.l arch Case;
Marm.e—SJlnuel ihmmielt, Joseph Hornet, P. C.
Iltdehery —John M. Easton ;
Ilern.-b—A [mon ;
17.2er—James L. Goreline, John V. HulT, James Ven
d!, be ;
Al! , nu—do,iah Huntley. Horitio Lad}l;
Aromoa—llotten. Mason, Andrew Monroe, A Ripley.
(Ireorge Merrill. C. F. Wells jr.;
Admen tp—iitatt-t.int Mathewson, Hawley Tozer;
Myer. Joseph B. Ridgway;
flurhogion—Wlit :I;iehols jr. Charles Taylor;
Fraokho—dilraot R.vek hell; •
6 romile—John S.tylvs; '
l're , k—Alerander Thompson, C. White
Vought., Arunalt M. Wattles, Harlow
'oldie_ stone—Wm W. Wanness;
TO A VARIE tiOnS—StroNt. WERE.
tp—Lleor t ze Atkins, Ch tries Benedict, Sheldea
Morae i , Albert Tozer;
NVytdit-ttz—C. T. Baldwin;
C.,l4,llbl.l—Mynai Ballard. John MTlelland;
T . .611(1.14 Itord—N. P. Brown. Gulhert IL brake;
S is , e;lidl—Wellingtott Bstr..wehlr. J. Lewis;
Coburn. Dani, ! Carey:
B. Coolbaugh, Hiram Goff, XV:n. A
:ertultue, Stene-1 L. En n i.: ;
Towanda Grey: 1 a Mace.
A$ luni—l truer Horton; -
N:l. - •lointo—.11 . 11 . B. Morton;
t lmed—Christoptter limey ;
Troy boro 7 —Vulney. M. Long, Benj Sltaittnit ;
laTriy—F. H. Mon
I:. , inc—P. E. Maynard ,
Litchfield—lra Mertill. Peter Randolph;
Burl:noon—He nr y Pule
Windltaoi—Julius: - Russell;
boa—Mo ei Sawyer;
'Trot m Thomas; •
I'ige , -I) an i e l Taylor; -
LIsT OF LETTEIiS relied:ring in the P. O. in.
Tos.anda, quarter ending March 31st, 1817. 1
a Aeng Leonard ' if ryy Western
Andrews Maria .Miss i Jackson Thomas
Aye:mall Edson Johnson Artemas
Berm an Alonzo Kiser Henry •
Doll Bois,t. Lake Rebecca
Ikanian Cynthia A Lewis WilliaM
bonen „I ohn W Little Mr ,
hoilo r k s A.. - Morgan Maj
Ilrilini iii John • Mason %V rn A
Unra Alexander M . l.ean W W .
1:1 =1.p Nati:tame! P Malony Thomas
Conlin. Thoina s M'Llowana Edward
1:0 i 1 9 Samuel O'Riley Rev John
ceie Saiimel Payne Henry L
lirummel Joseph- Poucher Judd
~.1 .• 4 gmnaits Stephen Pusver Widow , -
CoaVieugh W m 2d Quigley Edward '
Crowley Bridget Rush Michael 2 '
Collins Daniel Rudyin James W. - 1• I
Crook Andrew ' Runnels John
Co=eny !Ilichael Ripley David 1 ,
btsis Benjatiun - Stevens Jll
F"d/soin ilarth ' n,, Smith Riley •
Frita Abraham Schryver John P
Preach Franrir. D Scovill Harriet
Grena Mara Ann
. Hari:near Sararielli Shores Stephen
Ileactt C A ' Trusdale Miss Ann
-ILson Samuel .. Trumbull James
H 'rleY Cornelius Thurston laman
Hiuman Col Lyman Welita Mr -
116 4, arab!.
lidi T w '4' Mrs Alma Weyman John
Woods Lliolon ouocknoinlibor as h WilcoxJ Mrames
- r A. S. CHA M BERLIN, P. M.
TH E Endereigned wishing to quit the Drug Busi
ness will sell everything in that line at very re
-44 Teed prices. Physicians and other' will find it to
p , interest •
interest to purchase of him anything they want:
Vase call soou. E. T. FOX.
L• "Mt 21kc..,fi s •
BACHELOR has removed his Tailor Shop to
• the third stnry of No.:. Brick Row.
HARDWARE, Iron, Nails, Glass, Paints, Oils, Dye
4, Woods, Dye stuffs, Meilicines, etc., in general and
•c! quannnee. not l W. H. BAIRD & GO.
C' ) /RisH AND :MACKEREL, a good article, by
MONTANYE & FOX.
;COME TO THE RESCUE! •
T ILE subscribers having met with severs fosses by
the late fire in Towanda, ai well u other luau,
earnestly request that those who know themselves in
debted will mate every effort passible to put cis in funds
that we may be able to meet oar honest engagements
and continue our business.
MONTANYE'S & CO.
MONTANYE'S & CO. have removed their business
situation a few doors below Bridge street where they
intend to accommodate their customers on their usual
liberal terms. We have now on hand a fair supply of
Goods adapted to the spnng trade, which will be dispos
ed of at greatly reduced prices, compared with the great
advance of Goods in the city.
March 22, 1847.
o=e - POD. A FEW DAYS ONLY.
Of Colored 31UnIalures.
Rooms, at Geo. Mersereaus% in Pine sired, opposite
the Presbyterian Church.
MR. JOHNSON begs leave to call the attention of
the Lacs and Gentlemen of this village to his
superior syle of PHOTOGRAPHIC MINIATURES,
which for brilliancy and heathy, are unsurpassed by any
in the country, and warranted imperishable.
Mr. JOHNSON has been several years engaged in the
business, and was formerly an operator in the celebrated
Prof. Ptcstait's Gallery, New-York, and his Pictures
have taken the First Premiums, two years in succes
sion, at the great Fair of the American Institute, in the
name of Prof. Plumbe.
Mr..l. respectfully solicits a call from the citizens of
this village,—not only from those desirous of procuring
perfect Pictures, but froM all who may wish to examine
beatitiful specimens of the Art.
The color and material of the dress, add a great deal
to the beauty of the impression, and therefore for La
dies, black or dark dresses are considered preferable.
Pictures taken in clear or cloudy weather.
Pe'none possessing inferior pictures, can have them
exchanged on reasonable terms.
Rooms open from liti A. M., to 5 P. M.
. apparatus furnished on the most
A QUANTITY of superior clover seed, both of the
-ri large and small kinds, just received and for sale
cheap by 0. D. BARTLETT.
Towanda, March 22,1847.
LT S. &M. C. MERCUR, have removed their
1.1.: GOODS to the Store formerly occupied by H.
Mix & Sons. north side oldie public square, where,
they are prepared to supply their customers as hereto
fore. Towanda, March 17, 1847.
TJLYSSES MERCIIR HAS REMOVED his LAW'
OFFICE, to the second story of So. 5, Hrick
MIN/. March 16. 1847.
Y WIFE PHILENA having kit my house and
LU. family without any cause or provocation, Thereby
forbid all persons harboring or trusting her on toyitc
count, as I shall pay no debta of her contracting.
WILLIAM IL ROBINSON.
Burlington, Mu 12, !M.
Fire ! Fire Fire !
ONTANYE & FOX would respectfully inform
.I.VI their old customers and the public generally, that
they ate not quite•osed up yet, but have removed their
GOODS to the old store formerly occupied by 0. R.
Tyler, way down town, Where we, will sell anything in
our line, as cheap as the cheapest.
Plea.e call and see us. March 16.
T KI.NOSBERY, Jr., has removed his Goods, Book;
Stationary, .tc., to the Brick Store, formerly occu
piod by Means dr Overton, where his friends and the
public are Livited to call,
Towanda, March 16. 1847:
MINE lIICSIST 31LA •
LTAS removed his Goods to the front room of his
11 dwelling house, one deropsouth of the old stand,
where he is prepared to accommodate the public at his
usual low rates. His customers, and the public gener
crony, are invited to call at his new quarters, where,
(as poiitirians say) "be will discharge hiaduty accord
ing to the best of his ability."
The sulise . .riber ex peas that his expenses will be very
heavy during. the ensuing season, as he is about to
build; he would therefore urge the necessity of prompt.
payments on the part of those indebted ; and, as in duty
bound he will errs pray.
Towanda, %Tarch 25,1847.
TTIE co-partners h ip heretofore existing between
MONT %NYE & FOX, has been this day die,
solved hj mutual consent. A. D. MONTANYE,.
Mardi 30, 184?. , T. FOX.
The aernuntwof the late firm of Montanye & For
have lit en transferred to and and will be settled by E.T.
FOX, who has purchased the interest of Montanye in
the gond, on hand. He will continue business at the
store late of the arm, and will be ready to wait upon ■ll
who may call.
Towanda, March 30, 1847," E. T. FOX.
GROCERIES, of all descriptions, at wholesale or re
tail. Attention is particularly directed to their
assortment of Fresh Teas (we don't know the defier•
cnt names of the packers, but the "article" is" C.A.")
noel I W. H. BAIRD & CO.
The Last Arrival of New ,Goods,
N TOWANDA, are now being "opened at No. 3
Brick Bow, by Wm. H. Baird 4 Co.. the fast Pin
:leers in the cause of Low Prices and liberal barter ex
rhangrs. Tln.y do net hesitsie to say; that they wil
sell Goods for cash or any kind of Merchantable pro
duce. at lower prices than any o ther establishment in
Bradford County, Owego, Elmira, Binghamton, (or any
branch thereof.) Call and see. Further particulars
nest week. November 9, 1846.
TISP 'OF LETTERS remaining in the P. 0. at
ILI Tray,Ta., quarter ending March 31. t. 1817
Avery Wm C Leap Irene Mrs
Adams James Mason "Angeline
Atwood James Margin-Lyman
lilies Chester Dr. M'Stroard D 2
Burt Miss Ellen B IVPNaught Malenmh •
Burret Caleb Murry Jas St Win P
Ballard John Morse Phinhe I. Miss 2
Becker John Al'Clelland John
Bascom Joseph Phillip J W
Bassett Andrew B Pierce.Weightman
Caid Weden Preston Colbert
Curtis George Park John T
Carman Wm Robbins Enos R
Fitch Stephen H. Riddle Elizabeth P.
Fairchild Myron. Raynelos 9
Freeman. Susan Mrs Rockwell Eliza Miss
Godard Levi - Stephens Z D
Godard Luther Soper Amos
Howland Chas Silvernail Harriett Alias
Horfman Philip Smestl Elihu '
Hawley BeriAruin Spalding John
Hoot Wm H ' Smith . James M
Hagar David -Slater JD, '
Jennings Elenyer Tears Wm
Kellogg Wm T Town Mush
Lane Cornelius Thomas Sarah Miss
Long Ezra Thomas Chester_ •
Lampear J E Williams John W
Lang I. W • Williams Isaac 1
Labarr Mary Y. Willson Benj ''''
Leonard Henry Willson J._
} L. RUNYON, P,- M.
CARPENTERS TAKE NOTICE.
iv ILL be let at the House of John F. Long in Bar.
V V lington township, to the lowest and brat bidder.
on Saturday the first day of May next, at 3 o'clock, P.
M., the tuilding.of a Meeting Bowe in Burlington
toWnsh:p, at which time and place a plan of the build
ing will he presented.
J. E. VOSBURO,
D. A. ROSS,
Burlington, April 2, 1847. Building Committee.
Y virtue of sundry grit. ,
as grit. of - venditioni expon is.
sued out of the court of common pleas of, Bradford
county, to me directed, shall expose to publis tale at
the house of L If, ritephens, in the borough of Towan
da, on Saturday, the 17th day of April next, at 2 o'clock
P.M., A piece of land in Hurd township, bounded north
by land of John Ada, east by the Susquehanna rive.,
south by land of the Hoidens, and west by lands in the
warrantee name of Sarah !Apulian. .Containing about
thirty-five acres, all improved, with a framed house and
barn, and an orchard thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Thomas
Elliott vs. jAmoa.Acia.
ALSO—i.A piece or parcel of land in Standing Stone
township, bounded north by John Park, east by Thos.
Bums and James M'Gregory, south by Patrick Lynch,
and west by laud in possession of Wm. Compton. Con.
mining one hundred acres or thereabouts, with about
thirty acres improved, with one log house, one framed
born and shed, and some fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Edward
Overton, vs. Harry N. Spalding. \i"--
JOHN F. MEANS. Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Towanda, March 14. 1847.
Y virtue of sundry writs el verrltiont expenas is
sued out of the count of common pleas of Bradford
county, to me directed, I shall expose to public sale at
the house of I. H.Stephens in, thb boro'pf Towanda, on
Monday the third day of May next, at one o'clock, P.
M., the following piece or parcel of land situate in Rome
township and bounded on the north by land of John
Park, on the east by land of Silas Allis, south by Hen
ry Burchard, and on the west by Edward Overton. Con
taining about eighty-five acres with about fifty .acres
improved with one framed house, one framed barn and
one small apple orchard thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Henry
Gibbs to use of Geo W. Wells vs. Harry Burcliard.
ALSO—The following p ece or parcel of land lying
in Tuscarora township (now Springhill) Bradford co.
Pa., beginning at a post and stoning on the old line, of
the tract on the south side, 70 perches west of the south
east corner of said tract, thence west one hundred and
forty-nine perches to a black oak, thence north twenty
perches to a pest and atones, thence north fifty-seven
degree east, one hundred and fifty-nine perches to a
pitch pine, thence, south one hundred and seven per
ches to the place of beginning. Containing fifty n;ne
acres and twenty-one perches strict measure or leas, pen
of Peter North's warrantee,- with about twenty acres
improved with a framed house, a log house, (rained barn
and • small orchard thereon.
Seized and taken in ezecution at the suit of Cyrus
Shumway. echo survived Daniel P. Lacey to the use of
C. C. Wright vs. Wm. L. Galbraith.
ALSO—The following piece or parcel of land situ
ate in the township of Athens and bounded on the north
by A Tozer, west by the main road leading from Athens
to Elmira, sonth by H. Tozer, and east by J. Shepard.
Containing one half an acre. one framed house, framed
barn and small orchard thereon.
• Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Union
Penn.ll vs. Israel S. Mead.
ALSO—A piece or parcel of land in Springfield
township, bounded north by Samuel Severn* and John
D. Leonard, on the east by Alamo') Fuller, an the
south by Clement Leonard, on the west by E. King.
Containing thirty-five acres with about twenty acres
improved, one plank house, one framed barn, one framed
shop and a small orchard thereon.
Seized aid taken in execution at the suit of A. D.
Spalding vs. Ruben Bardwell.
ALSO—The following piece or parcel of land situate
in Orwell and bounded en/the north by land of John
Lyon, on the east by David Beers, and south by T.
Vaughn and Isaac Park. and west by Samuel Grey.—
Containing about fifty acres more or less, with about 30
acres improved with one fog house one log barn and
one apple orchard and one peach orchard thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Anne E.
Bull Executrix of James P. Bull dec'd. vs. Jeremiah
ALSO—The following described piece or parcel of
land situate in Orwell township mnd bounded on the
north by - lands of Harry Parks, east by Curtis Robinson,
south by Westley Robinson and on the'west by Lines
Robinson. - Containingeighiymne acres and 25 perches
strict measure, with about thirty-five acres improved.
and one framed house and apple orchard thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Henry
Gibbs to the use of Geo. W. Wells vs. Dan Robinson.
ALSO—AII the interest of the defendant■ in the fol
lowing Property situate. in the Borough pf Towanda,.
and bounced south by lands of Wm. Patton, West by
George Craft, north by Wm. Patton; east by River street.
Containing about 800 feet—one framed house thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of David
M. Bull vs. Michael Maley and Martin Burk. •
ALSO—The following piece or parcel of land situate
in Springhill and bounded on the north, cast, south and
west, by land of A. Keeney. Containing about five
acres more or less, with about three acres improved with
one framed house, one framed barn and one other fram
ed building lately occupied u a Chair Factory and
Seized anditsken in execution at the suit of Joshua
L. Pinney vs. James P. Slocum..
ALSO—The following piece or parcel of land situate
in Wysox township and bounded as follows :—Begin
ning at the bank of the Wysox creek at the west end
of the bridge crossing the same at the corner of Joseph
Conklin's land, thence along the lino of said Joseph
Conklin's land to the corner of Harry Strope's land to
a corner, thence south, five 111114 one-fourth degrees east.
'along H.. Strope's land to • cornet on the hank of the
Wyk): creek, the same being a corner of H. Strope's
and 8. Patrick, thence upon said bank of the Wysox
creek, its various courses to the place of beginning.—
Containing about 30 acres, it being part of i larger tract
of land patented to Theophilus Mager, with ab9ut 29
acres improved, with one -framed house, two f lamed
barns and one Framed building lately occupierras a
blacksmith shop, wood house eta with a few fruit trees
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Samuel
Coolkaugh to the use of D. F. Barstow vs. Willard C.
ALSO—The following piece or percel of land situate
in, Monroe and bounded north by land of John Schrader,
east by land of Mason, south by Davtd and Joseph
Ingham and west by sand in posses:sion of Charles M.
Drown and the Towanda creek. Containing one hun
dred and sixty rcrea more or less, with about twenty
eight acres improve!, with two MAW mills, 3 framed
dwelling houses, ono framed barn and a small apple
Seized and taken in execution at the suit °Criminal!'
Elliott va. rohn M. Fox.
ALSO—The follow' ag piece or parcel of land situate
in Litchfield township and bounded un the north by
lands of Win. Miller, on the east by .---- on the
south by landa of John Campbell, and on the west by
-lands of Eleamer Wright. - Containing ono hundred
and fifty acres with about eighty five acres thereof ha.
proved, one framed - House. one log house s One.lframed
barn and one apple orchard thereon. .
Seized and taken in execction at the suit of It. H.
Co[burn to use of 1.. 8. Maynard, now' assigned to
Wm. Blend re. Peter Turner.
ALSO—The following piece or parcel of land situate
in Springfield township and hounded and described as
follows: Beginning at a post and stones out the' hill on
the west line of Almond Derry's land, thence west 186
perches to a post, thence north 50 perchn or there.
shouts to a post, thence east 186 perches to a post on
Almond Berry's west line, thence south 50 perthes to
the beginning. Containing fifty•cight acres and twen
ty perches be the same mom or less with fifty acres
improved; one log house and one framed barn thereon.
ALSO—One other tract of land in said township and
hounded as folitiws: Beginning at a pant on the west
side of the road leading from Akin Brown's house to
South Creek township, on the line-of Chester Wake
field's land, thence west 180 perches to a post; the Ben
jamin Robertson's fine.Xhinee south 04i perches to a
post on:the line of Sherman Berry's Tot, thence east 180
perches to *post and stones on Almond Betty's line,
thence north 644 perches to the. place of heguining.—.
Containing sesenty.five newsroom or leas.
-Seised and taken in execution at the suit of George
Sandetion• sin Anson •H. Bowe; Administrator of
ALSO—The following Meet or parcel of lend situate
in Darlington township and boynded as follows : Be
ginning at a white maple north west corner of lOt No.
182, on warrant lot No. 1724, thence west on said
warrant line 100 perches toe post, 8. E. corner of lot
No. 287; thence mirth 81 perches to a post, thence
east 100 perches to a post, thence south 81 r,nches to
the beginning. Containing 50 acres and 1)0 perches
strict measure, being intended for the so2th half of lot
tlo. 277, on warrant lot N 0.11436, with about thirty
acrN improved, with one log house, one abed and one
other small out building thereon.
Seized and taken in. execution at the suit of George
Sanderson's use vs. Geo. Bennett.
ALSO—The defendatibi interest in the following
. piece or parcel or parcel of land situate in Duren- town
ship And bounded north and east by land of David
Cash, south by Kipp, and west by
Containing about 611 y acres with about ts.o acres im
proved with one-log house thereon.
Seig.ll and taken in execution at the suit of-George
Sanderson, assignee ofJosep:i Kingabery Jr., vs. John
ALSO—The following pieceor parcel of land situate
in Wyalusing township and hounded on the North by
A. Stalford, east by stage road leading from Towanda
to Tunkhanuock, and on the south by the Merryall road.
and on the west by the estate of Humphrey "Drown,
dec'tf. Containing about one sore all Improved, with
one orchard one framed house one framed barn and
other out buildings thereon.
.Seized and taken in eiecution at the suit of Michael
Everett now to use of Geo. Wansey as. D. W. Brow n
and N. P. Brown.
JOHN F. MEANS, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Towanda, March 24. 1847.
WHEREAS, the lion. John N. Conyugham, Pre.
sident Judge of the 13th.judicial district, consist
ing of the cou..ties of huzerne,-Bradford and Tina,
and the Hon. Harry Morgan and Reuben Wittier, As
sociate Judges in and fur said county of Bradford, have
issued their preeept date thu 12th day of March, A. D.
1847, to me directed. for holding a Court of Oyet and
.Terminer, General Quarter Seasionsof the Peace, Corn.
man Pleas and Orphan's Onurt at the Methodist Church
in the Borough of Towanda, appointed as the place for
holding the Courts of said county, on the first Monday
of May next, being the third, to continue two weeks:
Aloffee le therefore hereby recess,
to the Coroners and" Justicesof the Pence and Consta
bles of the county of Bradford thet they be then and
there in their proper persons at 10 o'clock in the fore•
noon of said day, with their records, inquisitions. el
aminations and other their remembrances to do those
things which to their office appertain to be done ; and
those who are bound by recognizance or otherwise to
prosecute against the prisoners who are or may be hound
to appear at the said court, are to he then and there to
prosecute against them as shall bejust. Jurors nee re
quested to he punctual in their attendance, agreeably to
Dated at Towanda, the 24th day of Match, in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty
seven, and of the Inpependenco of the United States
the seventy-fin.t. JOHN F. MEANS, Sheriff.
A LL peraons indebted to the estate of JOSEPH
GIBBS, late of Windham tivp., deed., are hereby
ref/nested to make payment without , delay, and those
having claims against said estate, will, please present
them duly attested to the subscriber.
JUL [US RUSSELL, Admi:.istrator.
Windham, February 23, 1847.
FALL & WINTER -GOODS.
MONTAN Y ES' & CO., are now recieving a very
desirable assortment of Goods,purchased during
a great depression in the market, comprking Frenelt &
English BROAD-CLOTHS, Casaimeres and Sattinets,
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 measure their share
of public patronage.
September 7, 1846. •
aMILLUZIE E'airial2U.ss . (sZo
.the line, including Elliptic
Spring', Iron Axel; Mailable Burs, Dash, Seat
and. Stop Irons, Ornaments, India Rubber and Oil Cloth,
Lace, Tufts, Mum, &e. (or sale at jIB 'CR'S.
TOODEN MEASURES, brooms, patent pails and
'sealed bushels. MONTAN YE & FOX.
T_TATS & CA-PS, a first rate Int, of all kinds, descrip
bone, colors and qualities, cheaper than ever by
r..:noveinber 11. MONTAN E & FOX.
LOOKING GLASSES, one case of rcry nice, 0 C
flames, latest style, just opened at
novll NO. 1, BRICK ROW.
rt QM EsTrc COTTONS—Brown sheetings, shirt
and drilling; Also, totton yarn, batting, wick
ings, and wadding, for sale by the bale or less quantity
at nail BAIRD'S.
NEW YORK CHEAP STORE
NO. 2 BRICK ROW
C& E. REED would respectfully, beg leave to
. 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 be sold at even less than their former low
prices. The war to exterminate high prices is still kept
up.-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
AGENERAL ASSORTMENT of HARDWARE
such as nails, axes, shovels, manure forks, shovels
and tongs, sad woos, knives and forks, pocket knives,
butcher do., shears and scissors, razors, cloth 'and hair
brushes, shaving and tooth do., wool and 'boric cards,
coffea mills, hatchets, augers, wood Sows, dOor trim
mins, steel'sguarts, dish brushes. ark ropes, and bed
cords, by uvll MONTANYR & FOX.
PAINTS, OILS 4• DIE STUFFS:
A LARGt quantity White lead, No. I ~pure, gr'nd
in oil and dry, as biting, Arminian rell,.chmine green.
Paris do., Prinsisti blue, rose pink, etc., linseed oil,
lamp oil, coach and copal varnish, logrvood. redwood,
euniwcmil, madder. cochineal, annstto, etc. We canon
be undersold in anything in title line, at all. al all.
novembre H. • .111ONTAINVE & FOX.
DRUGS .RND .41EDICINES.
E have on hand the largest stock of Drags (inn
Aledieines 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
Methcines of the day. One of our Gun. (A. D. M.)
having had a long experience in dealing out medicines,
we Haller ourselves wo can suit all who may favor u
with a call Prices can't fail to suit. Particular net
don will be paid to orders from physicians.
november 11. MONTANYE & FOX.
BOOTS & SHOES— e I I dozen pair Conroe Boots,
boys' and men; ale') calf and kip boats and shoes,
and a good deal the best and cheapest lot of women's
and misses' war in wait. Call at . BAIRD'S.
13RINTts--500 different styles, bought in the city of
New York, by the rase, on the "rash down" plan,
aml twin be sold accordingly, BAIRD & CO.
BONNETS, velvet and .superior Leghorn-Bonnets.
Also, velvets of all colors, together with anificiala,
caps, bonnet ribbons, &c. may ix found at REEDS',
701117713 S DAVT.,11.511
THONIPSON & CRAWFORD.
WHOLESALE Druggists, No, 40 Market stow,
(South side, below - Second.) Philadelphia,
ofter.for wile a large stock of Fresh Drugs, Medicines
and Dye 7 dtuffg, to which they' call the attention-of
Country Merehants and Dealers visiting the city.
Coach, Cabinet, Japan, Black and-other venni : heir of
a superior quality. Also, White and lied Lead, Win
dow Glees, Paints and Oils—cheaper than ever.
01. T, & U. are alto proprietors of the Indian Vege
table" Balsam, celebrated throughout their own and
neighboring States, as the beat preparation for the core
of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, &c. 'Money refunded in
every instance where no benefit is received.
Philadelphia, Jen. 8. 1847. llm
XTE have on hand a large stock c 4 nice FEE3II
1-1' TEAS at all kinds of ' , decal t But, we arch
'list struck a vein of 45. Tca that iv right. Call and
try it. MONT.AN YE At FOX.
H. S.' & M. C. MERCUR
HAVE just received and are now offering forage at
wholesale or retail, the largest indtmost general as
sortment of Foreign and Domestic GOODS, ever brought
into Northern Pennsylvania. which will be sold sabers
union. at prices "satisfactory to the purchsaer. Dec. iO.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Sattinetts.
AM. those wanting anything for Cloaks, Overcoats,
1 - 1 Coats, Pants or Vests, will find it to their advan
tage to examine the large stock of French, English and
American Cloths, black and fancy Cassimeres, Sala
netts, Kentaacky,deans, Vesting*, &c. &c.. at
Dec. 10, 1846. hIERCIJR'S. ,
LADIES can find a Impriinr towortment a DRESS
GOODS& CLOAKING'S. at MERCER'S.
TONS IRON, Anierican, Swedca and English.
a general assortment of hoop, band, scroll, round.
square, one and two horse wagon tire, her. dre., just re
ceived at d 33
it QUANTITY of superior new Clover Seed is
LI day received, and for sale st itt.:OICS.
='• NAT malt: Z(141,"
CHEAPEST IN 'IOWN
AVE 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 theinselves to sell as low as the. same can
be bought in any town this aido of the city of New
York. Come one and all, and if we, don't sell you
Goons Cour don't buy_; it will cost you nothing to
look, and all we ask I. a chance to show our stock of
goods. De sure and find the right place, it is the Old
Corner Store. a feiv dome south of Montanye &
The Whop are on hand and will sell you goodnight
for Cash or Produce. -Towanda, Nov. 9, 1546. •
O r 000 YDS.
calling very kw for cash to produce, by
Nov. I I. MONTANYE & FOX.
---- - - -
N A - TE HAVE a good assortment of De !sines, repps,
eashmerea, gm:thorns, (some beautiful patterns)
white dress goods, di&•rent styles; fringes, gimps, card,
velvet ribbons, bonnet ribbons, kid and 'silk gloves and
mitts, comforters, linen handkerchiefs, &c.. &c., all of
which will bs sold cheap. MONTAN YE 4 FOX.
VAE HAVE • fine lot of Broadcloths, Cassimeres,
V Vestinga, and some very nice Satin; Kid and
worsted gloves, suspenders, net drawers and wrapper;
&c., which we have pu- down to the lowest notch.
Nov.l I. MONTANYE & FOX.
CROCKERY—a good assortment, in setts or other
wipe, to suit purchasers, by
Nov.l MONTANYE & FON.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
MENS' kip and coarse boots; boys J 9., wens' and
" boys' coarse, kip and fine shoes; wens' and boys'
pumps; ladies' thick boots, morocco do., common - and
kid slips and busk,ins; misses' slips; gent:s robbers ;
ladies' patent and bliskinhnbbers, misses do.; also, a
first rate lot of children's shoes.
november I I. MONTSNYE & FOX.
'Fori may be Interested
ALL persons that know themselves to be indebted to
be indebted to the subscriber for'Goods or hledi
tines, arc requested to call and settle the same- before
the 1.4 of December, however small the amount may he,
or they n - ily expect to pay cceit, without respect to per
sons.! null A. D. M ONTANYE.
LIQUORS, a full assonined, consisting of- Cog.
Brandy, American Brandy and Gin, Monongahela
Whiskey, Port. Maderia and Malaga wines,"mßy be
found at the New York Cheap Store, No. 2 Brick
Row of REEDS'.
BOOTS & SHOES —i-a first rate assortment of coarse
and fine Boots; Shoes arid Slippers, the latter
French of course, just opened at
nova O. D. BARTLETT'S.
SHAW I.B—quantitiesof Shawls, nice-t kind. going
off fad and cheao in 0. 1). BARTLETT'S.
CAPS ',f all kinds 'cheap, besides every thing else at
0. D. BA RTLETT'S.
SANTA ANNA TAKEN!
JUST received a large and splendid assontment of new
Goods, bought vainly with Cash. during .great
depression in the market, and with the express view of
'UNDERSELLING the BRAOGADOCIES,
0. D. BARTLETT.
FLOUR, from the •• Globe Mills," a superior article
,PORK, first quality, for salelly
November 3. FLYNT &
MME of those A. No. I. BOOTS, and a large
quantity of LADIES' SHOES. just received- by
November 3. FLYINT & CO.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
LA ROB ASSORTMENT of Cloths of all abodes
and colors, and qualities, and- ' prices. Casimerea.
Fancy and Plain. Sauineus and a good assottment of
Vestings may he found at CEO. E.FLYN r & co.
THE GItiEFENBERO VEGTABLE PILLS'
and the .Green re,telable Oininient, for
sale by the subscriber, only agent forthe town and
mugh or Tcroranda. i 122 N. N. BETTS.
PRINI'S—a largo and beautiful lot of PRINTS. by
nov. I I. MONTANYE & FOX.
LADIES! I SAY, I.A DIES ! I If you have made
up your minds to buy a nice dress. cloak or Shawl
this season. don't fail to call at N 0.3, Bick !tow, where
yo'n can find the most, best and cheapest articles in-that
hue, that is kept in town, besideiallkinde of trimmings.
Remember, caltat net I BAIRD'S.
I,n(IYUS. Beautiful Carpeting, two shillioga per
V V yard below the market price at
Bioad CassintereS & Satinets.
A LARGE assortment of Dined Clothe, Cassimeres,
and Sattinens, which- we have long been fawns
for selling good and cheap, now cheaper than ever—
and upon winch we challenges the world, just received
at U. fiARTLETT.
Towanda, Nov. 3, 1640.
R 7 A N ti T b ED ea t, I N -EXCH A NG E
I F . 0 } 1400(1 , DS.-...
Rye, Woolen Socks, • .
Butter, White Being,
Cheese. COON SKINS, t
in short, almost anything; for. which litwral prices will
he paid at O. . .0. , 1./....., BARTLE PT'S.
Towanda, Nov. 3, 1846. . .
BUCK %V HEAT FLOUR
A FFW hulloed pounds BUCKWHEAT FLOUR
in 20 lb. mita, superior article, just received, and
fur rale by Feb. 22. .0. D. BARTLETT.
!JAMES AND HARNESS
JUST received • large quantity of Flnmand Common
Hamm. Also, Plated and Japan'd Harman Trim.
ming,. at Feb. 22. MERCUIFS.
Surrender of the Mexican Batteries !
Old Rougliand Ready" again • nefarious!
(ENE - ARK LOAD, and several wagon loads of NEW
ll (MODS, have just arrived, and are selling Cheaper
ban ever st. No. 3, Brick Row.
November 2. -WM. H. BAIRD & CO.
1211PORT.RNT TO EP/CU,RES:. T
IVOOLSEP'S REFINED SYRUP, muslin flavor
to the beet maple molasses, fur Fale by
December 29, MONTANYE etc FOX.
CoTELS,CLOrkis—we wish the attention of all
. who, are in wanly( Clotbs.:Cassituerac,Sallinet
&a, to our. large atiork ,on.hand, These elOthl must
he Sold. We never, luiVe been undersAiL and never
will he. Call and esanijno. G. it! FLYNT 4 CO.
PRINTS 'ZOO pieces now opening and for sale very
low of REEDS'
WINIQW SR. s r . . DEPOT:
No. 7 SOruee street, Tribune Buildings ,
- ESTABLISHED IN 1840.
WHOLESALE and RetaiI—SHADES of all de
scriptions, incl riling. superb and brilliantly
colored Gothic Scenes, of various sizes and prices; al
so the late style of beautiful Rural Landscape Scenes,
■ much adinired and desirable article ; togetbee with
every style and ilcarripnon of shade now in• use; at
fifty per rent. cheaper than can be bought at any other
place, Trinimincs at manufarturers prices. Sign,
Banner and interior decors riot.* done in a• style not to
he vospassed. BA Rrrot. & ORMSPEE,
Ihre2lit Manufacturers and-Importers.
Programs Awarded to Levi Brown ;
By the Maim institute Ear Gold tens. ,
1 N I 5.15-21 Silver Medal for Superior' Gold Pens.
1841—A Diploma far Goll Pros,'
ISIII.—A Diploma for the hest Gold Pens.
1943—A 1/iptama far the best Gold Pons.
1844—A Dipfonts far superior Gold Pena.
1845—A Silver Medal for the best Gold Pena.
1846—A Silver Medal far the b e st Gold Pens.
This is to certify, that the a bove i s a true copy from
thr records of the American institute
Rec. Sea of the American in: titute.
NEW DRY GOODS,
Corner of -7ledn mid ltridge Struts.
JtiST OPENING, nt the enrner of Main &
a/ street, a well-wilected aasartnient of new and fash
humble DRY GOODS, which will he sold unusually
low for ready pay. The mock consists in part of
Satinett, flannel, grimham, unlaces, the drupes. lot of
*tints in town, edgings, inscrtings, st-.viss and tarn
• brie muslins, linsey, canton flannel, *tilling,
bleached and brown muslin, (not to ho
surpassed) welting, cheek, cashmere,
tottun, wool and bock gloves,
cotton hose, suspenders,
cotton and pongee tidkrs,
gingham cravats, plaid shavillA,
wool comforters, cotton tapes, patent
thread, sewing silk, cotton balls, parka •
pins, 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 incited to call and esaniinc the stock
Wore purchasing etworliere. as they will be sold cheap.
er than at any other establishment in town.
Towanda, Slot. 11. H.O'HARA & CO
E subscriber is now receiNing from the city of
New York 'a large assortment of GOODS snit d to
the SCUM), carefully selected, sod purchased at unusual
ly low prices, which will enable him to sell very low
for cash. lumber, country produce, or 'armored credit,
His friends and the public generally are itivited to call
and examine his stock before purchasing elsewh e re.—
He feels confidenethat he can offer them better bargains
thowthey have heretofore made in this town, or any
other in this region ofpuntry. In hi+ assortment will
be found in all their varieties. Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware. Crockery, Glass, Nails, Iron, Steel, Paints,
Oils, Dye Stuffs, Boots, Shoes, 4c. 4c.
Towanda, Oct. 26. MG, N. N. BETTS.
TEE Ladies will find a great vartery of worsted
dress goods ; alro, a beautifril assortment of prints
at very low prices at BETTS'
FREICH and English cloths. heavy Deaver and
Tweeds fur over coats, fancy Cassimeres and eat
tinetts, a great variety will be found at , BETTS'.
MOUSLIN De LAINE, Cashmeres, Rob Roy and
Broche Sbaala, a great variety will be found
driAISH ,WILL BE PAID FOR SHEEP PEI.TS
by , dee 9. MONTANYE h rnx.
BOOTS & SHOES OF ALL KINDS.
JUST received from Philadelphia, a large and splen
did assortment of men's calf,kip and coarse hoots.
ofrm $1 50 to $5 50; boy's do.; Indies gaiters and
walking shoes; also, fine kid slips and buskins, and all
kinds of overshoes; do. calf bootees and laced shoes ;
children's and Misses shoes of all - kinds. heavy and
light, suitable for every kind of weather, Youth's calf,
kip and coarse boots to suit children from 4 to 12 year.
old. We pledge ourselves to give a better article at a
lower price theta any other establishment in Bradford
county. TRUNKS from $1 50 to $lB 00
HATS AND CAPS.
A large assortment of fashionable Hats and Caps of
every kind-and description for asle very low.
Molasses, sugar, coffee; codfisli, No. and 2 Macker
el, best quality black and green tea, from 31 to 88 cents
pound; pulveriwd and loaf sugar; rice tobacro,suuff,
sperm. dipped and mould candles; raisins by the box
or pound, starer), soap, segara at 60 cents per hundred,
and in act all kinds ever kelt in our lice which people
will find it their advantage to purchase and we will
give you retrams for it :
A Ellie Logic and Comirwn
There are three things b. , ....y0n,1 dispute : I ,t—lf a man
pays out much money, be must receive ai
2. If a man'gespenses in business are large, his profits
must he large.
3. Therefore, the Grocery and Shoe i Establishment at
the corner of Main and Bridge 'stiv; l in a small plain
store, at a cheap tent, can afford to sell boots & shoes;
hats & caps, and groceries, nt lower prices, and of
better gtiulity than any other store in town.
Now, if this is not sound logic, two and two no not
make four; but if it is. common sense calls on you to
come to us for your flats & Caps; Boots & Shoes ,fire.
See the contrast, and let your own reason' decide it it,
was not your advantage to give us a trial.
}IMAM:B of all kinds constantly on'hand. Thread.
awls, bristles, shoulder-sticks, kit and tiles pincers, all
kinds of binding, silk curd and straps for Idiots, patent
pegging awls, skiving, paring and crooked knives and
floats. H. O'HARA & CO,
Towanda-, Nov, 17, 1946.
TO COUNTIIT ST OIII,, KEIgYERS.—WheIeas,
information has berm received as
READING, March 4, 1841.
Dr. W. Wright—Dear Sir: There is a man going
through the country with counterfeit Wright's Indian
Vegetable Pi calls himself your agent, and says
ho had the pills from your (dice. Mr. In.as Shelter, of
Schuylkill Bend Pa.. took some from him bat after sell
ing a few boxes found them miserable- counterfeits.—
He laid them aside till the man came again, and-Sten
told himthe pills 'were coonterfeit.and that he mullet's
them hack. The man got very angry and refused. Mr.
Shatter told him he would try the law : upoh which the
man took them hack, and confessed that he received
them from an equivocal establishment in Philadelphia:
The man's name is Sarni. He has "NV:. P. Miller, of
Adams Co.: marked on his wagon
Yours, eke., B. H. Gil-name.
From the above statement, conntry liturekeepera will
perceive that they cannot be to., much on their guard
against traveling impostors; and it is earnestly requested,
thit when they are visited in a manner similar to the
above, they Ore the earliest information to the Philadel
phia office so that, by means o f our numerous travelera,
we may intercept, and so atop their wicked career.
The authorized traveling 'vents have a Cc c fifi co f, o r
Ageimy signed by me, which they are ready to produce
when so desired, WY. Wntenr,
169 Rare street, Philadelphia.
Wney vre sty that Wright's Indian Vegetable Pilli
ereadsptedlO the relief and cure of almost every form
of disease, it is not to be presumed that any medicine
under heaven is eitually,calculated to do no. Even the
hestimitstions of the above celebrated Pills have so far
proved wholly Worthless compared to Ibt. original. The
reason'of this is; that . Wriga's Indian Vegetable Pills
have a strictly scientific Kuria. and by a rare combination
of properties, bring the, whole system- under their in . -
We do. not ask, however, that a single word of the
above shalt be taken on trust. We appeal to experience,
and in the heerwhrlming tertimony which has volunta
rily been offered iu favor of the medicine. A single
trial will'do more to Convince than.' volume of words.
.Beuorreof Sugar•eoated Counterfeits !—Tha only
original and genuine Indian Vegetable Pills have the
signature of WILLIAM Wntntre Written with a pen on
the tap label of each hex. None oth'er are genuine, and
to counterfeit this forgery. General Depot, 169 Rana
Nit° !lurk 2timettistments
New Fall and Winter Goods.