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A riIrNIFICENT DONATION. — It is with plea
„re that we chronicle such examples of mu
-o,fieent liberality as that which follows.—
more . Corcoran du Riggs, who hails thus lib
„any contributed 85,000 for relief of the
,of f erin g poor of Ireland, are ' extensive bank
ers and it is gratifying to find that there are at
l e ot some instances where wealth and gener.
psity go hand in hand :
IFVAsniNoTori, May 23d, l 847:
D EAR SIR : We deeply regret to hear ! f rom
Ireland that famine is still continuing there its
or k of death. Feeling it a duty to aid in al
le,,atiok this • dreadful - - calamity, we herein
troom ii Five Thousand Dollars, with which
p o se `Turehase,' and ship-for distribution in diet
, a v to effect the greatest good to the grea
test number df the suffering poor. •
Yours. most respectfully,
CORC I ORAN & , RIGGS.
TO NIVNDERT VAN SCHAICK,
Chairman Irish-Relief Committee, N. York.
11 Non l - 1 °BRIE of rthe General Post-office
pepaitment, sails in the new steamer Washing
ion Bremen next week, to perfect a post-office
arrangement with England and France. the
Ilanselowns, Belgium, Hanover and the States
oldie Zollverein, by which letters may hence
forth be sent from any town or place in the
tnteriorof any of those countries. to any (Own
or place m the ,interior of the United States.
—.V. 1 Globe. '
6err.—Wright's Indian ,Vegetable Pills are a cer
•}m Lure for this painful malady ; because they purge
tam the body those morbid humors, which arel the
ruse not only of Gout and Rheumatism ; but of every
ache and pain we suffer. 'Frum four to eight of said
Indian Vegetible Pills' taken. every night on going to;
bed. or if the pairs is severe., night and morning, will in .
tah'ort -time make a perfeFt cure of the most violent at
tick, either of- Itheumatispi or Gout; at .the same time
he blood and other fluids will be so completely.purified
dig pain of every description will be literally driven
troth t he body.
WM tat or Co usrEnjares.—The public are cau
ed against the many spurious medicines which, in
,tttier.to deceive, are calla by names similar to Wright's
Indian Vegetable 'led's,
Offices devoted:exclusively to the sale, of Wright's
Indian Vegetable Pills, Wholesale and Retail, 169 Rice
st . Philadelphia; 288 Greenwich St., N. -York; and
Tremont St.; Boston.
Aeents for the sale of W right . . Indian Vegetable Pills,
in TO'reancla,!atontanye's & Co.; for other agencies,see
advertisement in another column.
Bradford County Court House.
t 4 .:l'. A LED proposals will be received by , the Com
inissioners, at their office in the borough of
until five o'clock in the afternoon of Thursday the 24th
Jay of June inst., for the erection of a Court House in
said Borough. Plans and specifications will be Exhibited
it their office on and after monday the 2 tat inst. Secu
'fiy will be required for the faithful perfOrmance of the
rontract. . ' A. I..CRANMEH.
J. H. BLACK.
Towanda .lune.Bth, 1847. . Commissioners.
Y i'a C ZA)l7l.l.lll)..t 12.LU 1 QUL . .11.2
THE Suioiciiber offers his 'new stock of HATS
AND CI,APS at the first building south of the
11 , 1,4110 w. where the hat manufactory of Mr. Thomas
MA• &moray kept. Those who wii.h to purchase for
4 , 11. iv ill bit:accommodated at very reduced prices.—
Fur Hats h.iin one to four dollars; Silk Hats from one
• .threc dollars; Wool hats from thirty-seven aid a half
..11, to one dollar;' CapS from eighteen eentili to one
4011ar—ic:cording to yurrfity. HENRY MERCUR.
IN THE MATTER
(if the partition of the (stoic, of Dav;ll Pratt,
lair (if Canton taionship, dee (I,—in the Or
pima' C-nert of. 13,radford couni !I, of Der.
rp - H 1: and devisees of Dif;id Pratt 'deed., to
wit: Ebenezer Pratt, David Pratt, Ana Pratt,
.a.aban R. Pratt, Wm. Roberta, Betsey Roberts, Jesse
M'itt's. Rachel Gnlfin,Julius Pratt and Chester Pratt,
ri Iv severally notified that the Orphan's Court
county on the Bth day of May 1847, did
TIIIV them to come into said Aunt on the
11..u.1.1y of September next and elect to take or
the ,tate of said decedent'at the valuation made
t!”.re,.l, out in case they shall refuse to accept the
.1„v.- cause if any they have, why the same
.4141 riot lie ,old. 133 . the Court.
Lii'MAN E. DE ?vow,
Clerk of Orplifn's Court.
lau• 7; 114-47
Edward tk n erto vs. Harry N. Spalding, No.
61.9, Splember Term. ` . .Bradforil Common
THE undersigned, having been op . pointed an auditor
i" distribute motleys tat , ell by execution, issued in
'h.. above :lilt, %ill anon(' to the duties of his appoint
swot at lint °flier w ToWatula borough, on Friday the
MI day "I July nest at T. o'clock F. M..-at which time
dud place all.permut: Inb.rested are yequiret to present
then uldmi..belore hint dr 411' &hailed from coming , in
upon sail fund.. HE :\ BY BOOTH, Auditor.
A r DITOR'S NOTICE
Mow% Elliott rs. John 31. Fox, No. 125,
Sy(' mho- Term, 1842, Bradford Common
IHE. undersigned having been appointed ,an autstor.
I'o dwribute moneys raised by virtue Of execution
sf.s.. x l to the above suit, will attend to the duties of his
ppotntnient at His office in l'iiwanda borough, on
the thth day of July next, at 2 o'clock P. M..
it which. time and 'dace all persons interested are re
-,4,1 to present their claims before him, or be debarred
Irvin conning in upon' said funds.
June 7, 1847. HENRY BOOTH, Auditor.
MILITIA NOTICE. .
THE enrolled Milttia within the , hounds of the sth
ll , giment, 2d Brigade, 9th Divi.don, P. M., are
r 4 t4i , •,1 tomer at tlie house of Henry Kizer, in Litch
on Thi *Jay "June 24th, duly equipped for drill
in 9ecti°r l ' JOHN F. OVENSHIRE,
‘nwns. June 7, 1847. Lieut. Col.
- - DISSOLUTION.
THE co-p;irtnCr4iip beietofore eliding 4ctween
C. & E. REED is this day dissolved by Mutual
, uumlit. 1111 sccourna,_rites, &c., due the firm are
i'll *elk Chula; Reed, No. 5, B. R. for collection.
. imma a . May 24 , 1847. EDWARD REED.
The Tat pavers of the Borough of Towanda are.
notified that they can have an opportunity. of
Pr3ing dee taxes for the current year in labor upon
the "or ; at any time before the first day of July next,
" IPPltration to Wit.ttAx Mix one of the Street Corn
4,,4"nerr—who will be ready to. commend° work on
- '?othy the ith
Jute ttljr. WM'. MlX Street
E. B. GOODRICH. S Cornea.
MILITARY NOTICE. •
THE, 4th Volunteer Battalion of Bradford county
a'll meet for naiads and inipection at the house.
5t...- I' l
len Canfield in Standing Stone, on Tuesday
.4 ' 111 '224 inst., at 10 o'clock, A. M. armed' and equip
:l as the law directs. An election for Major in place
,j' • ( )vegan resigned, will be held at said house on
41 , 41 '4d:1. Each _company belonging to said Bat
' Will lilt any vacancy of company . officers that
! 4 y ,t by an diction on Monday June 14th, at such
aid place as the former Captain, or in his absence,
l i a t et Lieut. may designate ; and said officers are here-
T equested to call such election as may bo necessary
1 " Ix Judge of the elcetion and make duo returns
C. F. WELL ES, Jr., Lieut. Col.,
'n., Pa. June. 1, 1817.
NEW CAN :TO
• - A
E. T. FOX;
TAKES this method of infOrming every parson who
wants to purchase GOODS, that he has opened an
entire stock of NEW GOODS in No. 2, Brick Row,
formerly occupied by C. &Z. Reed, one door below
the Yost Office, Where he Would be happy to show any
one his stock who will far him with a call ; as he is
determined not to be undociold by any one in this or any
other Town this side of New York. Mrstoc& is very
large, consisting of
• Dry Goods,
Hardware, Boots t Shoes, tc.
A large assortment 11 Dress Goode,
Suck as Scotch and Linen Ginghams,
ham Muslin, . Printed and Argandie do, ()moil
• Chlambrays and Lama cloths. Also 2
A great variety of French, *OA
• And Amermast cloths, awn-. .
merei vestings, Croton
&dist Tweeds and
Summer Stuffs; •
iST-.5% . • 4T-
Don't fail to call, u I will sill for the Ready Rhino
a little less than any other live man.
Towanda,iJone 1, 1847.
TUST received 12Chests Fresh Teas, selling from
J 378 to 75 cents per lb., warranted good or no sale
at FOX'S. NO. 2. 8,. IL
COME one and all and seethe beet and cheapest So
gar, Coffee and Molasses in town at
FOX'S, NO. 2. B. R.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Afirst rate lot of Gents 'kip, seal and coarse boots,
*fine medium and coarse shoes; also Lady's fine
kid B. B. Ties, Buskinal Gaiters 'and half Gaiters, and
an endless variety of chilld's shoes at N 0.2 B. 11.
Afirst rate assortment of Crockery and Glassware
at N 0.2, B. R.
1 fl DOZEN of those cheap Parasols left, which are
4 ,-1 selling at reduced prices at NO. 2, B. B.
LEG NC/RN and Lawn *Bonnets ; alio Leghorn, Pearl
braid and Palndeaf hats at . NO. 2, B. IL
THE Ladies do-say that the largest and prettiest
assortment .of Dress Goods, Ribbons, Parasol
Gloves Hosiery, Ace. in town, is to be found at FOX'S.
Call and see - IR - ism, as they are selling from 10 to 25
per cent. cheaper" than at any other Store in town at
NO. 2, B. R.
0 fl EC kS Coalmen, the prettie st in town, set
ling from 5 to 15 cents per pril al
NO. 2, B. R.
A GREAT : variety of daps at NO. 2.
AFE W Family cases HOMOEOPATHIC Mt:sh
rine with Hemple's Domestic Physic an. Also,
a few Hull's Laurie IL Forts. N 0.2, B. R.
- NEff' OFFICERS ELECTED.
A T an annual meeting of the directors of the " To-
wand. Savings Bank," C. & E. REED were
elected in placs of G. E. Flynt & Co,, whose tern'
expired' May :at, 1847. It is the intention of the new
Cashiers & Co., to sustain the credit of the institution
by " putting goods low down " to pay up customers.—
We therefore invite our old customers and the public
generally to Call. .and examine our stock of New and
Cheap Goods, just received, and convince themselves
of the truth of the old adage, that " Goods have,.can,
and shall be -sold cheaper at the Savings Bank than at
any other establishment in Towanda. No. 5. B. R.
May - 18, 1847. C. &E. REED.
Arrival. or Goods from New York.
S now receiving a general assortment of Spring and
Summer Goods, which will he sold cheaper than
goods were• ever offered in this place before. His
friends will find as they mount the steps at his door that
prices go down. Call and examine for yourselves.—
My goods and prices will praise themselves. You will
find a large and genera', assortment of every variety of
Dry Goods, Grocerits, Hardware, Crockery ; Glass.
Nails, Iron, Steel. Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Codfish, Mackerel, &e., &c.
My lkiends and the public generally are respectfully
invited to call and examine my stock, as I .aMsatisfied
I can offer them goods cheaper than al lay other Store.
May 17th, 1847.
DISSOLUTION O ' F CO-PARTNERSHIP.
rpnE Co-Partnership heretofore existing under the
name and firm u( Welles 'dr. Satrerlee, and
Kitterlee, Weller dr Harris, at Athens, Pa., was this
day dissolved by mutual con-ent. The books and ac
counts of both firms will be found et the old stand,
where one of the parties will always be ready to settle
with those having open account
. D. SATTERLEE,
C. P. WELLES, SR, •
, N. C. HARRIS.
A thCna, Pa., May 10,1847,
Al.!. persons knowing themselves indebted by Book
account, Notes or Judgments, to the above firms, will
do well to call and pay the same immediately or- colt
will be made after sixty days, without respect to persons.
SATTERLEY, WELLES ... 4.4IARBI4, z _.
Athens. Pa., May In, 1847.
II cnrolle~d militia and volunteers within the
bonds of the 2d Brigade 9th Div. P. M. will meet
for military disc:pline, inspection and review as follows :
In companiet; on MOday the 7th day of June next, it
such places as mag be directed by the commanding
officers thereof—And in regiments and battalions as fol
lows: The 3d regiment, commanded by Col. A. K.
Bosard, listflat. on Monday Jam 14, 1847, 2d Bat.
name Reg. on 'Puesday Jisne 15th. Thesawill be an
election held in the 241 Bat. on said•day for Major, in
place of A . Clere, removed from the State. 4th Reg.
commanded by Cot. A. Elliott, Ist Bat. on Wed
treacle,' June 16th ; 2d Bat. same Reg. on Thursday
June 17th. The let Vol. Bat. of Tioga county. com
manded by Lieut. Col. Joseph. Tonkin, on Thursday
June 17th. The 2d Reg. commanded by Lieut. Col.
H. H. Seely, en Friday June 18th—in election will be
held on said day for- one Col. of said Reg...and. Major
for the Ist Bat. of said Reg. The 3d Vol. Bat. of Brad
ford county, commanded by Bradford, on Friday
June 18th. The Ist Vol. Bat. of Bradford county,
commanded by Lieut. Col. Theodore Wilder,cin Satur
day June 19th. There o illbe an election held on said
'day fur one Major in place of Enos Calif waived.—
The 'lst Reg. commanded by Col. P. C. Ward, on
Monday June 21st—an election will be held on said
day for the election of one Lieut. Col. of said Reg. in
plaCe of E. W. Morgan, resigned. The 4th Vol. Rat.
.of Bradford county commanded by Lieut. Col. C. F.
Wells, Jr., on Tuesday Jane 224—an election will be
held on said day for the election of Ist Major of said
Bat. in place of T. B. Overton resigned. 'The id Vol.
Bat. of Bradford county. conunanded_hy Maj. Jackson
Pieta, on Wednesday 23d—an election will beheld
on t riaid day for the election of one Lieut. CA. of said
Bat., in place of E. Daniels. resigned. The sth Rear.
commanded by Col. Jacob Harder, on Thursday June
24th—an 'election will be held in the Ist Bat. of said
Reg. for the election of Major in the place of J. F.
Ovenshire, elected Lieut. Col. of said Reg. The atten
tion of Ajutanta and. commanders of militia companies
is specially called to the act of 25th April, 1844, enti
tled an act u To reduce the e of the militia syn.
tem of this commonwealth, and to preside a more rigid
mode for the collection of militia fines." And the re
turns of enrolment and fist of absentees must be made
iq . strict conformity with said act.—Penalty for neglect
to furnish roll copy to Inspector. len dollars.—List of
absentees, fifty flollart. W. E: BARTON, .
Inspector,.2ll Brig., 9th Div., P. M,
East Smithfield. May Bth, 1847.
THE 611.F.FENBERG VEGETABLE PILLS
and the Green . Mountain Vegetable oildlfflefli. for
sale by the subscriber, only,agent for the town and Iro
rough of Towanda. 422 'N. BETTS.
.T A DIES ! I SAY, LADIES! ! If you have made
14 up. your minds to buy a nice drag, cloak or shawl
this season, don'tlail to call at N 0.3, Brick Row, where
you tau find the most, beat and cheapest articles in that
fine. That is kept in town, besides all kinelartsf trimmings :
Reclaim - bet, call at nail
• 7777 i - . r .
• MEW MaltiL.
Thomas Elliot C. Toakhah'
A VINO aseocistai tbetwebrei tegetimir is die
Writable business, hope by doso.applieation
and stria attention to basin... to Veit. share of pub.
lie patronage. - Theymay always•be found rawly te
attend to any person wilo winkles aeruntodations in-their
Thy will occupy the old stand of Elliott & Meteor,
and as it low just been enlarged and sale awe qua
ow and eonvenisst, custonseis will laid it
sent to do business in. ELLIOTT & TOM 8.
May 27, 1847.
NEW GOODS ! NEW,GOODS!!
TINT received and for sale a splndid monument of
•P Spring and Summer Geoids, width will be sold as
cheap for Cash as can be found in Mothers Penn's.--
nommen. will find it to their advantage to cad and ex
amine their stock beforehasing elsewhere.
May 27. ELLIOTT & TOMLIN&
ANY quantity of Gingham, just racoirod and for
sale by ELLIOTT & TOM LIN& •
LA iiVNB of all varieties; olio Gingham Loma very
low for cub by ELLIOTT & TOMKINEL
DOTS and Mures, the largest stock i
cheap as eau be bought in the country by E. &
SHOES, Ladies wea r . of sit kinds-French -
Button Gaiters, Pal. tips. Hoskins, kul Ape, Law
ing Gaiters, and a variety of all kinds by E. &T.
CTTO Yarn, any quantity—alga Carpet warp
white and colored by E. & T.
L OCKING Wawa of every Variety by E. &
G LASS u cheap as the cht7pest,tl E. &T.
N Atus, a large Ewa by
RON of all kinds. English sod swedes„'•logetier with
rolled ■nd hammered Iron by E.& T.
OA) I_Able Nail Rialsorevi large q tity as cheap
as the cheapest, & a variety niseriall iron by E.& T. "
SPLENDID assortment Parasols of all sum and
of every satiety of Umbrellas by
. 10. h
ONNETB, • good variety brighOrn, Straw. Lawn
and Coburg, cheap as the ebaspest - by N. &T.
T EGHORNItiIs of ell aiserind descriptions. to
getber with • good lot of Olinda& by
_E. &T. •
A GOOD asarstmentof Csllicomt. In fart, we have
.ja. es good an asoortinent of all kinds of Dress Goods
as you can find in any store in the country t . Also, •
good assortment of Cloths, Curliness.. and Summer
/wear of all kinds and deramtionsos cheap (or cash as
the cheapest by ' E. & T.
THEE TINGS and Shining., both bleached and uts.,
bkerbed cheap as the cheapest by E. & T.
' LT! SALT! !-
200 BARRELS Salt for sale at
June 8. MONITANYEJ3' At CO
New Spring and Sanuner Goods.
IS now opening • new and splendid assortment of
staple and fancy goods at his store, (situate on Main
street two doors below Bridge street (went aide) nearly
opposite Montanys's & Co.) embracing all , articles
generalbr kept in the country, inch as
Dry Goods. Groceries. Crockery and Glass
ware. Hardware. Nails. Iron. all the
varieties of Steel, Glass. Paints
Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil 4.e.
which he offers I 3 purchasers at unusual sow prices for
Cash, Produce, or approved credit. And would re
spectfully invite all who wish to purchase to Fall and
eiarnine tus goods and prices before purchasing the
w hero, as he is confident he can offer good.bargains.
June 1, 1847. •
THE Ladies will find a beautiful assoutawnt of
Prints, M. De Lainea, Gingbaws, Lawns, &e.,
AA great variety of shawls warts, perusals Ladies and
Misses Boneets ,very cheap at BETTB'.
ism assortment of black and beaver cloths„ black
and fancy Csasimerea, and all Dona of Summer
du& low for cash at BETTS'.
AA ;kr variety of window and wall paper cheap
4t , BETTS'..
,RR,B& BLOODS' &ass scythes and • aerie.
maths ;also Barris' cradle scythes at BE rim%
LADlEB,iiiisaea sad cbildrea'a shoes, a large va
riety on bend at _ • BETTS':
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS.
HAS the pleasure to inkrm his friends and auto
mers and the public in general, that he is just re
ceiving a large and carefully selected stock. °Commona
ble Goods. which, as heretofore, he is prepared to sell
lower than any BRAGGART.
Towanda. June 2, 1847.
WIRE largest and most beautiful asortment of Pa
per, Hangings ever brought into this place, just
received and for sale cheap at 0. D. B A RTLETTIS.
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Groceries. Hats and Caps,
Crockery. Books and Stationery,
Iron and Steel. Paper of+all kinds.
Points and Oils, glass and Putty.
. NEARLY every variety *of each of the above - kinds
of Goods on hand at the lowest rate at
0. D. BARTLETT'S.
- COIL CHAIN.--
BEST tested coil chain for Bull wheels to raw mills
. and other similar uses just received and for sale
- cheap by O. D . BARTLETT
A splendid assortment of Leghorn and straw Bonnets,
11.. latest style just received.. and Joe sale very low
0. D. BARTLETT.
11001, --W.ll ATTE D I
D. BARTLETT will exchange cloth or other
V. Goods for Wool, on the best terms pomade.
Towanda, June I, 11347.
A DM INISTRA TOR'S - NOTICE.
ALL pemoris indebted to the estate of J. B. Merritt,
late of Granville township, deed., are request
ed to make payment without delay, and those having
claims against aid estate, will please present them du
ly attested to the subscriber.
J A If E 8 ,M E BRITT,
RON WELL DUN BAR.
Asuperior lot of Lawns, Summer Gingham', and
Monterey plaids, a new article for drawee. Also,
prints of all patterns, which are selling extremely low
aA the SAVINGS BANK.
Alarge and eitensive assortment of Bopnets, eon
resting °Melberg, Albert Braids, China pearl,
Straw gimp, English Strawoke., together with abort%
artificals, wreaks, dm. to match. ere new selling ell
roam - meal price:. at deb BAYING - 5 111/01111•
SUMMER SHAWLS a beaueiful aesectinent of
Neap, De Lain uel Brodie Shawls nosy be found
at the SAVINGS BANK.
P ARABOLB of every variety an pattern.
Umbrellas, are now selling extremely low at the
T. amla, May 24, 1547. BAVINGB BANK.
AFFW hunkied pounds BUCKWHEAT FLOUR
in 50 lb. seas, a superior 'Aide; just received and
for sale b Feb. 22. O.D. BA RTLETT.
NAMES AND HARNESS TRIMMINGS.
UST received a large quantity el Fias sad Camas=
Hamm. Also, Plated and Japan'd Haman Trim.
minv at , Feb. St.
ir L lKyg i ruttfist Carl?' 1,
e t at we awe , per
N. N. BETTS,
0. D. Bartlett.
, May 29, 1847
:SP:R.IN6 GOODS .
MERCUR ikaal.,last *61 , 0 .
ziak geed eeesitaiiiima .
ilbewle. =ewe% Weembe; erbieb *ill be slid
*epee' then. ever. Terrasdii. SAY 3 ;
New irrifsl .of Gook by Express!
B. KINGSBB ' R P.
jost - toeolved frot' n New Tr • 'beautiful se
esemeent of Laws, Gingbatis . , Nemeth', Pals
Loaf Hal* *e- dre., wbieb will tisiold vosy cheap.—
Also Caps sod Pamols and • misty of oast pods.
Coq and sot the todoetios Gain Wu spring's Om.
motif yam should want any thiai Wilts way of New
Goods. you wilt be suns to buy. April 28, 1,841.
First lot of New Goitbl4:n Towanda.
MONTANYES' & CO. are regvislog a large sad
wenl aliaioneat of Illpriaciod Summer Mods
which will be disposed of at will ies& or retail at re
duced prices. April W.
COME TO 'TILE) RESCUE !
THE submits= having with MVOS ' WINS by
the; at. fire in Towanda'as well es other losses,
earnestly request thatohose Who know damasks - a in.
dotted will make every effast possible to put us in fends
that we may be able to mat our homer engagements
and continue our Mania"? -
MONTANYVB & CO.
MONTANYVB &Al have emend their bruisers
situation 'a kw dooartelow Bridge street when they
bread to accommodate their customers on their usual
fibers, tetras. Wehave now on head a fair supply of
Goods adapted to the spring aide. which will be dispel.
ed of at grastlykslueed prices. compared with the great
advance of Goods in the city.
Mama "iir 1847.
F.. & T.
MEE copartnecalnp heretofore existing between
- MONTAN VW& FOX, has been ibis Jay die
.Olved by mutual comigut. A. D. MONTA.NYE,
March 30, 1847. 1! E. T. FOX.
The accounts of the late firm of Montanye & Fos
have been-traneferred to and and will be settled by E.T.
FOX, who•has purchased the interest of Montereye in
the goods on hand. He will continoe business at the
store late of tbe firm, and will he ready to wait upon all
who may call.
Towards, Muth 30, 1847.
3111&M321VM1111:1111111r 111 C-40
C& E. REED have removed their Store froen No.
• 2. Brick Row, to No. 5. Brick Row, formerly
occupied 14 .E. Flynt & Oa, where they will be
happy to see their old customers and sell then goods
ebesperthan ever. Taoda, May It 1547.
No. I.,'Brick Row, Bpi' in thelleld
• - .... ... . TT A 8 just retu rn ed from the city
aft Xi of New York with a large
. supply of Watches, Jewelry and
, 4 , ir Salver Ware, conwrising in part,
C - p
the following articles :—Lever,
_1 L'Epine and Plain Watcher, with
sr 16, ' - a complete assortment of Gold
• Jewelry, tuck as Ear Rings, Fin
ger Rin ;s, Breast Pins, Bracelets. Lockets, Gold chains,
Gold Pens, Keys, etc. Also, all sorts of Silverware,
and any quantity of Steel Beads—all of which be offers
for sale exceeedingly cheap for CASH.
Watches repaired on short notice, and warranted
to run well,or the money will be refunded, and • writ'
ten agreornent given to that effect if required .
N. B.—MAPLE SUGAR, and Country Produce
taken in payment for work ; and ale r. learn now, and
torever t that the Produce must be paid when the work
ts done—l war against credit in all its forms.
W. A. CHAMBERLIN, Agent.
Towanda, April 28, 1847.•
Shaving and -Hair Dinning.
• Solomon Codger,
IQIEBOECTFULLY informs his old friends and pet
it. rola. that having been obliged to abandon hie' for
mer stand on the afternoon of the 12th 014, be is now
permanently located' on the west side of the public
squire, two doors north of,. Briggs' Limn. Grateful
for past favors, he hopes by superior skill and attention
to anent an increase of patronage in future.
He will always keep, on hand • supply of oils, ea
senoes, perfumery, Ord whatever is necessary to give
an agreeable finish to his operations, and will spars no
pains in his endeavorilo adapt his style to suit the vary
ing tastes of his customers.
ALSO-Bhampooning for restoring and a sure pre
ventative to keep the Hair from falling out, or turning
gray, for a beautiful head of hair is a powerful auxiliary.
March 29, 1847.
T 18T OF TRAVERAE JURORS drawn it adjourn
-1-4 ed or Special Court of Oyer and Terminer, to be
held June 15th, 1847.
Leroy—Robert McKee ;
Sloth Creek—Philo. Toren jr, J. L. Phillips;
Durell—Biutholoosew Laporte, W. M. Oolr, terse
Springfield—Thos. Webemt ;
Armenia—Lyman Morgan ;
Rome—H. G. Clrobbuci, F. Crammer ;
Monroe—Bedfr Wood, Edward F. Young, H. B.
WystosSefilimi Strickland jr. Bertrand Whitney ;
Athens born—Thos. T..Hoston, J. Erekenbrack ,
Pike—Abner Wood ;
Albany—Geo. Miller. Robert Lewis;
Herrick—Elisho Keeler ;
Towanda M . Watts ;
Orwell—Asa. Barrow. .1. W. Payson;
Litchfield—Benj. Ball ;
Burlington—Marcus Alexander. Hiram Gen ;
Columbia—Wm. &mit, Wm. Hr Smith;
Wells—Robert T. Miller, C. 8. Ingalls;
Standing Stons—lffsmon Stevens ; •
Shealiequin—,Chas, Chaffee Andrew Webb; .
Asylum—Harry Birney ,•
Smithfiekl —E. G. DIU*, Lyman Duffey. Joel Alkn
Springhill—Harry Ackley G. C. Clamrtt ;
Athens tp.o—M. B. Spofford Samuel Ovenshire ;
Troy kiro.--E. C. Myer W.a. A. Vandyke ;
AVIPIPCIESTIEISI 41 9 0 Ud&
I'(•ENDERB his 'snit= to his friends and the pub
./. lie generally in •n business of his profession. of
fice in his dwelling near the - corner of Irives and State
Streets. Towanda, May IS, 1647.
A kw Bundler of superbir priapism, manufactured
11 by A. Bradley & Sons, Dansvilla, N. Y., for sale
very:cheap by MONTAN YES' & CO.
May 18, 1847.
Iro gal W.olBlllolps,
LAS jnirelieived the largest assortment of NEW
• GOODS ever brought into Bradford co., which
be offers in exchange for
IrHE FIRM of Roe Li ibis day diselved
mutual consent. All seesents. ike., doe doe
AM sort be hisedieudy paid. E. SMITH.
Taasesk. May IS, 1 . 847. ' GT. SMITH.
NEW FIRM AT ATHENS.
TDE undersigned have formed a partnership fordo.
hit a General Mercantile Business; at Athens. Ps.,
under the name of Wellei& Harris, and may be found
at the old stand of Batteries, Welles & Mania, where
they will soon be remising a fresh stock of GOODS
from New York. which they win be happy to o wn at
fair prima to an who may can open them.
G. F. WELLES, Jr.
N. C. HARRIS.,
Athens, Pa., May 10, 1847.
W. 4. Chasithertiss,
ft ailf -. ' triiii
New _prmg . 1 r at
rldt Ult Lira* abridlt starei
corner 4,maia 101 . 11 '
TKw EBY, SR:. MsT 2ioi ". e a • , : m 1:1 * • -
.1 . m ew a very Iwo aid &limo
Dry-Geeifs Gram. Hardriiiie, Crockery pii•
Aces, Pig. liaik Gkne. allik. • i • i
1 Puill *e• ote. - • 1 1 ,
which will be sold et web price; for Cam l i lt purr
&slim will In entirely eatiefied.
Toweeda.l4sy I*, 1647.
EGHORN, Pals kat and +Straw Hats sad Bonnet*
4.4 Abe,• krge variety alTapa,inelodiag soma vied.
Wed Pala MR, and Rene' do la Palma—Wed styles.
jad+ap+ivadfbl J. KINGSBERY. JR.
AWNS, Gingko= 61 Prints. Also, Mow
Ribbons, &c. Call sod musing.
May 110.. 1 • • KINGSBERY. /R.
0 • PHAN'S COURT SALE. 1
TN pursuance of an eider of the Orpben's Court ih
1 and for the county of Breiihird, held at Towanda,
on the 11thiday of 1847, there will be exposed
to sale by. priblie vendee at outery en the prosaism, em .
Friday the 711th day °time nest, at one o'cl u oc
ellemeors, a certain piens rie wad of land si
and being id the township of Shesbeirein and
as follows : !On the north by Ambaleld Forbes; on
met by Archibald. Pathos And Gee. Chaffs& on
south by John G. Towner and /she Towner his wif ;
and on the west by the ifusgoehanna firm containing
about twenty scree more'or Ow twelve were im
proved. being the land or share of land belong to Win.
Forbes of the estate of his father, Elis:m Forbes, deed.,.
late of Sheebequin township. Terms made known on
the day of sale. ARNEST FORBEB,
Masai= of John Forbes.
Shrebequin. Nay 25. 1847.
The Saddle and Ilaraess •
113. still motioned by ELK4NAH SMITH, J. CULP
&C. T. SMITH, under the Firm of Elkanah
Smith & CO., at the old stand North side of tha Public
Square, where will be:43:Leoustandy on hand Best,
Plain and goatee les, Plated end Common,
Haman, all kinds of
Tr Valines, and all other
work in their line.
Carriage Trimming 4 Military work
done to order. Front their ezpenence and punctuality,
they are in bop., to receive a sham of public patronage.
Work can be had at their shop as cheap asst any other
shop in the amity of the same quality. May IL '47
E. T. PDX.
: rb.). • - A *iir. NO 019
& & IC C. SIERVIIII, hex, resumed their
GOODB to the Store foraewlj occupied by H.
Miz & Sons. north side of the public square, when
they are prepared to supply their customers as hereto:
fore. Towanda, March 17, 1847.
T (eala - aces micrtexan -
HE subscriber takes this opportunity to give notice
to those indebted to Win. that be wants, and
MUST HAVE his dues. MI persons indebted will
Please take warning and govern tbemielves accordingly.
Towanda, May 6, 1847. D. C. HALL.
QWEEDs Iron, HOMO Slioe.,itoored Band, Nail rods
Huns Shoe Nails, Sisal of all kinds will his sold
vary low by B. KINGBBEIItY.
A Woolen Factory at Home.
THS subseribers take pleasure in announcing to the
A- citizens of Bradford musty. and ilicioity, that they
have based fora term of years the *Ming must. in
Wyalusing township, and known es Ingham's Factory.
and which they are now fitting up with maehinery and
apparatus for 'be manufacture of brood and narrow
cloths, flannels, ake..in superior style sled on , the most
reasonable teems. There milking to have wool manu
factured upon shares will find it to their advantage to
give them a call. as they are determined that as plans
shall be spared to give the mast perfect satisfaction.—
They work Wool into Broad or narrow &mord 'cloths
Sae one half the cloth, or if preferred, they will menu.'
facture by the yard as &Bowe :--Breed cloths for from
$1 to $1.25 • Bartow cloth; from 44 to 50 cta. O th er
articles man;ifectiold for proportionate prices.
Wool carding and cloth dressing will be done on
short notice and reasonable terms. Thew will be pre
pared for business on or before the first of June nest.
Wlalusanit. April 25,11147. HALL & HILL.
A QUANTITY of wipelior clover seed, both of the
large sod small kinds, just received and for sale
cheap b 7 0. D. NAMETT.
Toweled'', March 22, 1847.
E 8 MERCUR HAS REMOVED hill! W.
OFIFICE, to the seatod story of No. Ok i brick
Row. Meta 18. 1847.
JKINGSBERY, r., has removed his Goods, Books,
• Stationary, eke., to the Brick Stara, fonnerty *oar
piedl by !leans & Overton, where his friepods and go
pohlicaas invited to call,
T • a, March 16, 1847.
(So pal' ,
A DMNISTRATOR'S SALE.
U • UAN l' to en eider of the Orphan's Court of
B • Ford eocinty, will, be eiposeil to public ink at
the it • upon the premises in Sheihequin township,
Brad . . county, Pa., on flatunlay the 4th day of Sep
tember 1847, $t one o'clock P. M, all of the cotain
pieces, ots or parcels of land lying and being in said
town . p. known ea the Richard.. Horton farm, to be
wild the property of Patrick: Cummings, dec'd,
bon • • .' • as follows : Beginninf :at a runtar, thence by
lets N. 94 and 101, south thirty degrees and 15 nti •
mates. :2 perches to a corner, thence by parts of lots
No. 1 i , 105 and 103, south 59 degrees west, 184
to a owner. thence along the Shashequin road.
n o nh r delver, wait, 22 perches. north 63 degrees
west, 8 perches to a corner, and thence by parts of
lots N 91 end 92, north 59 &guess east, 236 perches
to the • ' cling, being pen of late No. 92.93 and 101
in the . township Of Claverack. one of the=
tow • • &d. Centaining 92 acres and a
with a med,lhouse, framed hem, and out Munn. lend
a large: pple ochatd thereon.
A r All of the two undividelF- fourth perts or
*area • whole into fear equal pans. or. Mares to he
divid • of and in all that certain tract of land hieing ID
Island .• mmonly called Horton's Island. lying in the
Smog •, •na timer, just above the month of Sugar
Creek. containing in the whole. by computationAke
six . 1 .. and one hundred and twenty-five perches; be
the sifts' more or leas. Tbe other half belonging to
Stepbs; Newell and Franklin Atdodance will
be giv at the time end place of sale end term made
UtttA 111 NUN,
1 14 8 7; 24 ; 1846. , Mminstrixor de bolas non.
trim' Mid Orders.
'IMRE corbllW Militia within the bounds of the lst
werhasit Id Brig. 9th Div. P. 14.. will mint daly -
armed ' sod equipped for drill and inspection on Moir
day the Slat June nett, at 10 elock A. M., at the
lame of Stephen Carifiekl in Standing Stone.
The company parades should be held on Monday
June 7th at such plaimarnithin their sesefalbomsk as
the Contmanding officers may direct. Thom sallject
to'asilitary dray in the Ist regiment. are mmemfully
I referred ta2Oth Section of the " set to reduce the, ea r
penal of the Militia 914.," meowed Stith April 1944.
AO electiog for Lieut. Col. of the Reg. will be held
at 8. Canis ides on the'dley of training, 114 Juni. •
. •i P. C. WARD. • •
Getammel.llficy . $t 11W „C6l. Kamp
T B 8 rewind Sepiliet a Of DRESS
1-4000DS do CLOAKINGS. at ! MEIWIPM, •
remmied to the front room of his
elling hoe" one door south of the old Stand,
is Impend to accommodate the public 'at his
rates., Hie enstoniers, and the public gents
re invited to call et his new quarters, where
:ens ley) " be will dischargebieduty accord:
beet of his ability.
beadier expects that his expenses will be very,
ring ensuing meson, m be is about to
would therefore urge the necessity of prompt
on the pan of those indebted ; and, as in duty
will Peer pray.
IMllirch 25, 4147.
- (A t
irf Dec. T. 1847. •
H E heirs and devisees of Ben min Brink deed.
Tto !if : Daniel Brink, Brin ankh. Alpheus
Tozer and Calista his silky Cherie* 't l . .lobia Smith,
Daniel Pmith. Orson Smith, Vales ' Ilnitb, James
Smith, W m. Smith. Rachel &bilk, W. Brink,
Henry brifinney and Amanda M Kinney: hirer*.
and Delilah Brink and John Brink ' their rowdier,.
Orison Rickel,—Orris Beink.Bliz* Bask. Charles
Brink, Julia Brink and John Bei k., Jr.. - end their
guardian John Brink — Elisabeth Bees ley. Jameaßrink
end , Hester Brinkcare hereby seveirally milked that
the Orphan's Coen of
ay, Bradfiird minty on she 11th ,
day of M, 1847, 'slid grant • role is thern.to come
into Coen on the first Mindy of termini next, and
elect to take or refuse the estate of ' decedent melba
valuation made thereof. as' in' they Anil Woos
to Dun* tkeinme. no show . cause. if any they have.
why the shame shall not be mkt . y the Co
LYMAN E. DE W LP',
May Rl,' 1847. Clerk of 0.--•
THEREAS the Hon. ions Ni. Costaiinvir, Pro
t. shield Judge of tilt! 13th Judiiiel district, consist
ing of the counties of &memo, Bradford and•Tioge.
and H. Morgan and Reuben Wilber, sows., Associate
Judges in and for the county of Bradford. bars issued
their precept bearing data the 4th day of May 1847, to
me directed, for holding an adjourned court of Oyer and
Terminer, at the Methodist Munch, in the Bore' of
Towanda, appointed as the piece for holding the Coons
of said county, on Tuesday, the Ibth day otiose nest.
Minas its .eberefftweir korWir f.esr
to those whole hound by recoltnissnce or otherwise
to prosecute mat- the pc - Mowers whiiine Tmmy be
is the jail of • •
county, as whore or 41.11 a bound
to appear at the said court, are to be then" an d them to
11110118CUlll against them as .shall be just. Jurors , are
requested to be punctual in their attendance, agreeably
to their notice.
Dated at Towanda, the 4th day of May in tlfe year of
our Lord 1847, and of the Independence ofd the Uni
ted-States the seventy-first.
• .JOHN F MRANS,
LABACHELOR boa removed hie Tailor Mum to
. 'Mel more of Na 2. Brick Row.
. NG GLASSES, one ease of very nioa, 0 U
• ansei, latest sty le, joat opened at
nov I I NO. 3, BRICK ROW.
DOhIESTIC VOTTONS--Brotrrn sheeting;
•ing, and drilling; A 1... cotton yarn, batting, wick
ing; and wadding. far sale by the bale of lees quantity,
at nut BAIRD'S.
ADMINISTRATOR'S N I TICE. •
XLLL prowls andel:tea to the estate of RENAJAH
ALLYN, late of Warren twp., deed., ate hereby
requested toasake payment. without . &jay,
baying claim again.* said estate. will please pteseut
them duly, attested to the subscribe&
N A Net ALLYN,
HENRY C. ALLYN.
Warniu, May 8, 1847. Adosit.istrator.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.
TN pursuance of an order of the Chmldfir 'lr Court of
L Bradford county. held at toitactda 0e fourteenth
daj of May 1847, will be ex • to Aide Iby public
'endue or outcry, on the pre on Thursday the---.,
24th day of Jane next, at lo' ock P. M.,-the feller
* described lot of land 'haste ' the township of Rope
and bounded as follows : Corn ' at a conserion
the public road : leading from village to Johnoon's
in.Romei township, and running north one degree east.
two radii, thence sleuth eighty-1M degrees east, ten and
one-fiituth rods to a corner, thence south one degree,
west twb nods, thence north eighty' nine degrees .
ten and anti-Fourth :rods to the place of beginning, cep- .
tensing twenty-one situate j rode with a fruited house
thereon Merged, Ming a lot kif laud
. nought of stephen
Cranmer. dec'd. in April 18411, by the said J. B. Tay
lor. in his life time. cud of which the 'mid .1. Ii: Taylor,
died possessed. Terms made lumen on tiM,day of
sale. LEWIS GOPP.. ,
May 112. 1847. W. E MAYNARD
Administrators. of J. 1J. -Tay lot, deed.
• Stns. No se.!
with bi tran Gray
ack mane iflilltafTE; thr*e
small nCe rs sta ola rir h i t
forebead, and one hind foot pa ly !date ; and abet, a
small watt on the right side of neck, and. no Anna
oa hia hen, Camped from the re of the stibectiber
in robs township. Lyconsing nty, Pa, en Wednm
day the 19th inst. Said h was 'aimed 'in Troy;
Bradford county, and it is sup took that direction;
Any person having a know this whereabouts,
will coifet a favor upon the ow r, and abaft be liberal
-4y rewartk.:d by giving informs of the same ; and if
they- will deliver him Ist Sante tat ern in Moorman°,
all reasonable expenses will be id..
May 24, 1847. ENRY W ANGIE' ^
• IMPORTANT TO EfIICURES..
AITOOLISEP'B REFINDD YRIJP, equal is fl.Aot
W the best maple mol • for sale by
December 29. MO TAINTE & nor.
Y WIPE PHILENA halving leR my house and
fatally without any cause* paravoatuan.theraby
Foetid all perm* harboring or trusting bar an al' ac
catnip as I shall pay no debts o hercontractiag. '
WILLI M /1,. ROBINSON.
'Burlington March 111. ISO '•
BOOTB &..8110E 8 —LI doses, - it Coma Boots,
imli and wen; also
.eitlf sad tp boots and shoos.
and a nand deal the lied sad vven... lot of women;a
and misses' wftr in town. C lat i . BAIIRIYea r
FES)] arrival of illiiring ,Wtd Seitmer Groodi .
. SAIITINdit BAN
IooTB t 4t, SHOES —rs 4 04
and fins Boats, Shoes
Fnmett air course:, just opened
newS ' 0 1
FORE Laic. will find ll'
dame 'nada ; alai. • lea
st wrfrOow wiry% at - •
J Goede. lwaght enfirtlyl
tkpteeeion in the mute., e
UNDICRISELLpIG the 131
INDLUPIER AND DI
. apreer .r .111,enr -
'WHERE; we*, hi her
V Ashilia4ply, audit '
*in, 'the latter
tee vanety of worst rd
• ullassertaleol of prints
I BETTS' •
sidend d arsostreers ()New
tay4th • &whit a vest
d ithlthe express view of
L: UGhDOC I ES.
. BA RTLETT.
1 be dosio. woniptly
NO 12. 1847.