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• r dz. is Web, threst to all Oman. kstimmani o
• on %kid Xing and edemas C, Lame, no
d ein d the estate of
d Base township; and" Benjamin Bullinstae,
daiskadtat of the estate of, • . .
Priserved Beffington, &zeal
y s d Wanes township; add Genie . elhattoelt.-
a bidiestitof the mate of••
Shag Maynard, deceased, .
iso o r Thy township ; and Elihu, Omer, and A. W .
opadiro, administrators of the estate of • • •
Chauncey Morse, deceased, •
hp d Troy township ; and John B. Passel Ind /C.C.,
wat, administrators of the estate of •
Nickolas Parcel, &leased, •
Ridgbusy towoship ; and William H. Ovate.,
. ar yhiNt.adusipistrator of the estate of
4 -. " Walrtun B.• Swain, deceased,
Athens township; . and David Palmer and ILO..
f ono sa, administrators. of the estate of.
H. N. Ward, deceased,
iss if Troy township' ; and David Brewer, eursiving
dathistiator of the estate of
Arvin Clark, deceased,
bar el IRidibury township.; and John Vandyke and
Bantams !raker, administristore of the estate et
Peter Walter, deceased, '
Me of Leroy township ; and Anson H. Bowe, Wad
iiingoe of the estate of
. Mattheie-,Schemerhorn, deceased,
his of lipringfieldstosinshipt and A. Webb and Ga.
brie !icing, administrators of this estate of .
Henry C. Smith. deceased,
kw ef Sillutsbequin towrship ; and Merritt Osborne,
- • 'Guardian of Xelinda Hart,
mime dill of Benjemio Hunt; deceased, have filed and
sistded is the dhow of the Reging 'of Wi11...i1l and for
aw county of Bradford, the aceitals of. their several
dmiaistrstions upon the estates aforesaid, and that the
isms will be presented to the Orphans' court of said
• ova l. on Monday. the 6th day of September nest, for
esodnustion and allowance. .
L. E. DE WOLF, Regimer.
Register's Office, Towanda, July 28,11147,
WHEREAS, my wife, LAVINA DUNN, hu left
my bed and board, without any just cause or
arsoution, this is hereby to caution any person from
• or trusting her on my, account, so I will pay
as d u or demands or her contracting.
Rome, Aug. 2;4847.' , PATRICK DUNN.
,STRAYED OR STOLEN,'
om the enclosure of the subsctiber on the • night Fd the 29th of July, ult., TWO BAY, HORSES
4yeiniold, with'black manes and tails.. One without
shom - high-life and a good traveler, but not broke to
Ida 'The one with shoes, has the off hind foot whits.
Wells, Aug. 2, 1847. MARTIN FRIES.
waumco a dacm v
Q-A/ 7 011441M(
AFFICE aver the'Atorel of F.. T. Fox,
No. 2, Duck
V Ito___Tewanda, .1131 , 28
# 184 T.
. D :11 . 11.M0T, • ;
I. . 1.6 Ile W.
ORPHAN'S (POURT iSALE.
N pursuance of an order of the Orphares Cant ef
1. Bradford county; heh? at Towanda on the tenth
4y of May 1847, will be expord to sale by public
ream or outcry, on the premises, on Tuesday the
t4th day of August next, in I o'clock P. M., the follow
ing deecribedicit of land situate in the township of Troy,
and bounded as follows : North by land of Ward,
era by lands of James Dewitt, south by land of Wm'.
BotiisenantLweat by the highwly leading from Gran
th-Troy:-.'ll.7ontaittitig one hundred acme or there.
;bouts, being - bad of w hich Wm. Knox, deceased, late
gamy township, died seized. Terms made known on
. .tittriday of sale. CHARLES DRAKE,.
• • A. MORRISON,
:„...fely 26, 1846. Ad's of Wm. Knox. dec'd.
thts fray for Bargains.
PRAPoi.s,'SUN SHADES AND SUMMER
tSTITFS,R.44ing at coat, at
ORPHAN'S •COURT SALE
I N pursuance of art order of the Orphan's Court of
Bradfoid county, held at ,Towanda. in and for said
county, on the 14th day of May, A. D. 1847, will be
espied to sale by public vendee or outcry on the pre
mises, on Wedroviday the 28th day of July, A. I!), 1841,
at 1 o'clock P. M., the 'following piece of land rituals
in the township of Springfield, hounded north by the
county road leading from Troy to Tioga Point, slid by
lands of Sylvester Leonard, eau by lends Of Oliver gates
end lands of Paul Shemsvae, south by lands of Stephen
Mies and west by tarots of bantet Bartlett and J. W.
ifercl4 and lands of _Lemuel Faulkner. nobtainitig
-one' hundred acres or thereabouts, with a two story
,frazned 'dwelling house, a • framed barn and other out
boasa thereon erected, and an orchard thereon. The
shove will be sold as the property of Benjamin M'Affee
deed.—Terms made known on the aiy of sale.
• JOEL P. M'APEP.,
BENJ. J. M'AFEB,
-• Executors of Benj. WA fite.
Jane 23, 1847
B ONNETSr of every style bought cheap for cash=
also, a lot of PARASOLS, will be sold at cot to
close the let, at No. f), Brick Bow. CREED. '
AT THE SAVINGS BANK may be found the
cheapest GROCERIES in town. A few articles
of which we'will enumerate, ;Az :—A superior article
of black or pouchong tea ; green teas of all priors and
quantities; old Java, RIO and Leguira coffee, crushed,
powdered and muacovada sugar; molasses, sperm and
mould candles,. lamp and linseed oils, raisins. fish, &c.
July 21, NO. h, BRICK ROW.
PLOTHES. CASSIMERES & VERTINGS--alio
Xi gulped check and broWn linens, gambroons, sem-.
met altars, tweeds, of all prices and qualtitiei, may be
pumbased at the Sayings Bank, No. 5, Brick Row.
'.July 21:. C. REED,
- • A UDITOIrti NOTICE. •
Sainu. Coolbaugh to the use of D. F. Bar.'
Stow, vs . . IJillard C. Green. No. 210, - Dec. T.
4840, Bradford Common Pleas. .
TPA undersigned, having been appointed auditor to
I distribute moneys raised by virtue of execution
*din the above suit, Wlll attend to the duties of his
appointment at his office in Triwanda Borough, on Sat
today the 4th day of Sept. next, at two o'clock in the
- afternoon; which time and place all persons interest.
td am required to present their claims 'before him, or be
Aliened from Coming in upon said funds.
July 20,1144 7. WILLIAM WATKINS. Auditor.
THE co-Partnership heretofore existing under the
name oI 'H. KINNEY & CO., at Sheatiequin, was
theolved'hy mutual consent on the first day of June
hit The Books and, accounts will be found at the
old stand open and ready far settlement:
" H. KINNEY,
• 0.11. BATERLEE,
C. F. WELLS,JR.
keshequin July 10 1847. N. C...HARRIA,
MI persons knowing themselves indebted td tker 0141
firm must walk up to the Captains, offiaraed not only
**Mit pay up,e4osts will be made after slaty dais
B heshequin July 19 1847. H. KINNEY & CO.
Alit any Quantity of New Goods ! !
Tut undersigned have (mind thenWelves into, a
, .Y"tztoship at the old stand of H. KINNEY &CO.
'ooteqatta under the name of KINNEY & BAT
TERLEE Where they may sit all times be band teal?
Is *it on their customers with the good things of .
L ehe aP itthey can be had in Bradford County. Hard
PO for Lumber all kinds of produce taken in tat
. Any quantity of butter wanted at the largest
kiDria etchange for goods. H. KINNEY.
0. D. BATERLEE
_nhequin July 10 1847. E. BATERLEE:
_FARM FOR SALE.
• THE subscriber-offers for sale on tomb
able terms: the valuable ?ARM formerly
owned and now occupied by Joseph.C.Pow.
ell,•Esq., situate one -mile north of the boro'
°wands. The lot contains f IFTY acres of good
lifting land, nearly all improved, . with a large and
to rautodiou s dwelling house, two barns, ad apple 'or
-198,d, and a variety 'of whet choice fruit nee, theteon.
" ittrther particulars, apply to the adbperibar it his
tete in the l lough of Towanda.
June 2,8, 847. WILLIAM . ELWriLL, Agent.
. soon tem). monk ;
Main isubeik kat t its to lOWA
rrimireANDB of um:. &s q uats' be
.L Whereon ear* am all the Beetwein filmerr=43l4. •
imfeetand that sepply the awing reed tiflOomir
WHIM aid Bridge stesets O'Hara awswereth iMOM
is the place, and these me thirthinp we de k teldt:l
every two seeonda l
Put- on the" &aim!!
Hear ye ! bear y..! end Onderstend, that O'Hara, at
the owner of Main and Bridge streak will
this .11011. 39,781 pairs enema, Shearson
or a low paiee than ever was or probably ever sli , lhi77l.
fired spin in Towandir.
The Wire' Department in thisostabli4rst le
i = mi ristied with fashions.
i.ey and common boots ti m sre, and
the ettnrity of the latest fashions. Mimesis Lam the
piles -Career of Main and Bridge Russia, the milli
nee Shore ix Bradfcird County. Half eons sad half
trade far Softer. H. O'HARA.
Towanda, June 114, 1847.
imbieribers -are a little !ate, than usual this
aprtns ve - Ithiheir extensive stock of merettudias
but what the good people of Bradford county have lost
by our delay, we gni] now endeavor to make up to them
m Wquantity, quality and price .of our goods.
e are now on band- with the LAROES . P, BUT
AND CHEAPEST stock of goods in Towanda, bought
exclusively fix casheand since the great reduction in
prices. Our stock consists as usual of
For further particulars look along through the paper.
We need not say •' Call and examine our Goods," for
we' know that every body WILL call 81 No. 3, before
purchasing elsewhere. T W M. H. BAIRD fr. CO
TUST received at No. 8 Brick 'Row, an 'extensive
J assortment of rich and desirable dress goods of the
latest style, such as striped Tarleton, embroidered tour
lip, Cherry • lustre, M. De Leine, Gingham Lawn,
mourning organdie, Balzorine Gingham Robes, Ladies
sniped dresses, together with all the new and fashiona
ble fumy goods that could be found in t h e city of New
Yost, and will be Sold cheaper than the same goods
as be bought at any other es tablishment in the county.
Remember this, and before you purchase Mop into
HAT'S --The largest and best selected assortotnt of
Summer Hata. consisting ofPanams,Englisli straw,
Dunstable, Pedal, Pelmleaf, &c., for sale cheap at
• . BAIRD'S
BONNETS—Florence, China Pedal, Btraw and
Lawn Bonnets, all of the latest fashions, st
BOOTB di. ISHOES--Men'sdalfaild Morocco boots,
sod Comes& gsiteks, and Ladles shoes of every
description at. BAIRD'S.
PAINTS d< OlLS—Linseed, Lamp and Tanner's
4 flil—White Lead, dry and ground Ifenitian Red,
and all kinds of Paints lot ale at the cheat:natatory in
Towanda. j BAIRO'B NO, 3. B. R.
FlSH,—Alaikeind, Shad, and Codfislt'in great &bun
el ROC E RIES.— The best article , of Telt' Coffee So
_ Rice.Tobieeo, &e., can he found It 111A1
DRY GOODS.—Everything in tae line of Dry
usually kept id this country, or ever wan
yea, can bq found at No. 3. The said goods were put
chased•in New York niter the great rush was over,,and
when there was a great depression in the Markets. and
consequently were bought cheaper and shall be sold
cheaper than any stock of goods in Bradford county.—
This is true, if we do say it ourselves, and if yon don't
t.eheve it, just drop in at No. 3, where the children cry
re come! and you wilt become convinced that goods
can be sold cheap in Towanda.
S ALT -100 MAL Salt just received and for—wk
st BAIRD'S, N 413, B. R.
LOUR-50 sacks of find rate Boor just received
for sale at BAIRD'S, NO. 3, B. R.
NO. 3. IN TOWN AGAIN.
Dry Goods, Groceries. Crockery, Hard
ware, Drugs and, Medicines.
LADIES DRESS GOODS.
New Arrival. 0.1,--No: 1, Brick Row !
A. 8. Chamber/in,
Inewltaitring, and o ff ers for sale a the DRUG
DEPOT. No. I, Brick Row. • large addition bis
former stook, consisting of every variety of
.turoecries, Drugs and Medicine& Dye Staffs, Nits,
Oils, Perfnmery, Fancy Articles /se.
which will be sold at wholesale or retail, at unusually
low prices. Tennt CASH. Towanda, June 18, 1847.
GROCERY'S, in the country. can be supplied with
sit - articles in their hue, th - most reasonable
terms. st jel6 No. 1, RRTCKROW.
BROTRER JONATHAN, for the
P Fourth of July. at No. 1, BRICK ROW.
DUNBAMS, Reese'm, and a splendid article of hu
ported CIGAR'S, it No. 1. BRICK ROW.
ATENT MEDICINtS, every kind now in. use,
can be found at the Drug Depot ; Agent for Jayne's
Smith's, Clickener's, Moffat's, Pain kilter,, and various
other medicines. A full and general supply alsiays on
hand jel6 No. I, BRICK ROW.
011'4' PERFUMERIES, is splendid article of Hair
Brushes, Thermometer's, and Panel , Articles, for
sale at jet&'No. I, BRICK ROW.
DEDL RS will find it to then advantage to call at the
Drug Depot, where they can he supplied with eve
ry article desired, such as phis*s, essences. 4ke.., on the
hest terms. jet 6 . No, I, BRICK ROW
SODA FOUNTAIN, just erectetkat the Drug Depot,
1., to which the attention of the public lis invited.
THE Subscriber offers his new stock of HATS
^AND CAPS at the first building south of the
Brick. Row. where the hat manufactory of Mr. Thome;
was formerly kept. Those who wish to purchase frir
Cask will be accommodated at very reduced pricese
Fur Hats from one to four dollars; Silk Hats from one
to three ( dollars ; Wool-hate from thirtyweven to: a half
cents .to one dollar; Caps from eighteen own to one
dollar—according to quality. HENRY MER
Meg 27, 1847.
STRING G 0 0 . 1 S
IIS. & M. C. MERCVR have just received a
e good assortment of Gingham*, Lawns, Sommer
Shawls, Elowere, Wreaths...Bre. &c. ; which will be sold
cheaper than Myer. Towanda, May 3, 18474 •
New Arrival of GoOds, by .Express!
- •B. ICINGSBERY, • • •
HAS just - received from New York; a 'beautiful as.
'aortment of Lawns. Gingham., Honartt Palm
Leaf Batts, Ike, which will be mold very cheap.—
Also Caps and Parasols and a wrist of other goods.
Call and see tbs reduction from lams spriog's prices,
and if you should want any thing in the way of New
rou will be sure-to buy. Moir 211.1847.
First Arrival of Goods from New York.
IS now receiving ir general assortmetit of Sprint and
Summer Goods, whith will be sold cheaper than
goods were ever offered in this pimps before. His
Mends will find as they mount the Asps at his door that
prices go down. Call and stamina for yourselves.—
MY goods and prices will praise themselves. You will
find a large and general airsortment armory variety of
Dry Goods, Urocerks, Hardware, Crockery, Glanj
Nails, Iron, Steel. Paints, rla, Dye Stuffs, Boots, Ethi,
Hats, Caps, Codfish, -Mar ere!, ripe., /Cc.
-My blends and the public generally are respectfully
invited to cell and nimble my stock,* I am aitisfied
I am offer theal goods cheaper than at any other Store.
May 171, 1847.
BAIRD'S NO. 3. B. R.
WM. H. BAIRD & CO
A; he Itk
_ _ _
• E. T. FOT; •
irrmido this teethed of-Inlimning evitry'penixt who
worts la wawa 000D8, the he bar opened is
satire stork of NEW GOODS is No. 2, Ben* Row,
Soniseely occupied by C. &Er Reed, one door Wow
Rai Post ores, *sew halins&lbe happy 10 show soy
ono bill stock wits will Sow his with • will ; so he
iisberniined not to be undwsold by any one in this or any
other Town this aide at New - York. My stock is "cry
bugs, consisting of
• Grocert ry es_, Crockery
Hardware, Boots 4- Shoci , ,L.L
A large assortment of Dress t
Suck as Sack and Linen Gingkams g
kam llfadinu , Printed and Argandie do., Oregon
Raids, and Lama cloth.. Also,
A great randy of Preach, English
And Amerman cloths, Cassi- •
stern settings, Croton
• Cl ot h. Tweeds and
• Sumter Stuffs.
Don't to call, as I will sell for the Ready Rhino
a little leis than any other live man.
Towanda, Jana 1, 11917.
TUIIIT-4,mceired 12 Chests Fresh Tess, falling from
farro 75 cents per. 1b.,-,lSarranted good or no sale
COME one and all and see the best and cheapest So
gar, Coffee sod Molasses in town at
jobs 1. FOX'S, NO. 2. B. R.
BOOTS AND SHOES
AFiftf3T Tate Int of Gents kip, seal and coarse boots,
- fine medium and coarse shore; also Ladies' fine
kid B. B. Ties, Boakina, Gaiters and half Gaiters. and
an endless variety of child's almost NO. 28. R.
A FEW Family emelt /10AREOPA TRW Medi
cine, with Newlin's - Domestic Phystedian. Also,
a few Hull's Laurie at FOX'S. NO. 2, B. R.
CROCKERY if OLASBWA RE. s first rate assort
meat at jel NO.2, D. R.
ODOZEN o( thaw cheap Parepols left, which are
adling st related prices at ; NO. 2, B. R.
TEGHORN and IAIVII %DIMS ;alsoLeghora, Pearl
.14 braid. and Pattzilesf hats, and a ghif 'variety of Cape
at • del r r'O.2. B. R.
THE Ladies do my that • the largest and prettiest
assortment of Drees 'Goods, Ribbons. Parasols,
Gloves Hosiery, &c. in town, is to be found at FOX'I3.
Call and see theui, as they are sellmg from 10 to 25
remit. cheaper than at any other Store in town at'
june 1. NO. 2, B. R.
200 PlECESCalicoes, the prettiest in town, eel
ling from 5 to 15 cents per yard at
NO. 2, B. R.
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED.
A T an annual meeting of the 'directors of the " To
wandss Savings Bank," C. & E. REED were
elected in plea' of G. E. Flynt & Co., whose term
expired May }at, 1847. It is the intention of the new
Cashiers dr. 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 cell 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,
end shall be rrld cheaper at the Savings Bank than at
any other establishment in Towanda. N0..5. B. R.
May 18, 1847. C. &-E. REED.
FOR SALE. ■ TIMBER LOT, situated in the tp.
of Burlington, in this county, containing abut 157
acres, on which is • good mill site. Fcr further par
ticulars enquire of J. H.4IA VNES, at Hawley's store,
Franklin. July 7, 1847. 2m4
- JP' 111. 'IL" I r •
MK= Cm aII`SMI)
RESPECTFULLY' informs the citizens of Towan
da, and the public generally that he is prepared to
execute in,the neatest style all descriptions of
Reuse. Sign. Coach or Carriage Painting. or
Trimming; and every variety of Fancy
and Ornamental Painting. .
From his long experience and the many specimens of
his productions now in use, he entertains a flattering
hope that by close application to his 'profeesion, and
being prompt to order he may secure a suitable share of
public /patronage. Me mq he found at all times at the
Chair Factory of Tanking & Makinson, where he will
be on hand to attend to the calls of those who may want
his serstees. PAPERHANGING done on short no
tice, in a superior manner and reasonable terms.:
Towanda, July 6,` I 847 . ly4
ANOTHER ADDITION TO THE
Stock of Goods in the Savings Bank.
N consequence of the grest rush at the Sayings Bank
for Chap Goods; the proprietor has been induced to
replenish with a splendid assortment of SPRING &
SUMMER GOODS, which are now opening, and veil
ing at greatly reduced prices, The proprietor. Mr.C.
REED, pledges himself vo fully and amply sustain the
credit of the institution which it has hitherto borne, is.
for selling goods cheaper than any other establishment
in Braidford co. Persons desirous of testing this, have
Conlg to call at No. b, Brick Row, and satisfy thenvelves.
July 7, 1847. - REED.
LAWNS, ORGANDIES, LAWN GIIGHAINS,
and Light Ginghama, .have been received at the
Savings Bank, and are sellin turenty•five per cent.
cheaper than ever. jy7 C. REED,,
rpooys & SHOES—A large and exhaustless as
seHtnent or coarse and fine boots and shoes, ladies'
f snd half gaiters, kid ties, buskins. F,ench kid slip.
pens, children's cloth and morocco shoes are now selling
very low t
the Savings Bank, No. 5, Brick Row.
REYIiOLD'S CELEBRATED GRAIN CRA—
DLES. grain and grass scythes, scythe maths,
lakes, and Quinebaugh whet stones may be fonnd at the
Savings Bank, No. 5. Brick Roar. C. REED.
CAMBERLIN'B , /401JA FOUNT M in a perfect
rage. aboot these days, just up there at No. I. Brick
Rrow, where you can find Aristocratic Cigars. Gentte
mm's Fancy touches, and every thing in onr line at the
Drag Depot, uncommonly cheap, wholesale land retail.
July 7, 1847. Ar .CH ANDERLIN
LIST OF LETTER' remaining in the Post Offers
at Athena, Pa., quarter ending June 30, 1747. •
Abbott C Mort Alvah
Andrews C. P. Mills Jane
Aldrich John C - Murray L
Arnold 0 McDole John
Brion Nancy - Merchant M 0 .
Brooks Peter Norbufy T S -
Buck Joseph . 2 Mallory Henry
Brown Artcaiu • Palmer John
Bowman AC Raymond Elias
Chapman C D 2' Relfi.ld Jamei 2
Caramel H Smith C.B
Cerringtrin J Y Samar(' B M '• . N
Drake Francis z, %Hp T
Durpby Lyman Snyder 140 1 A
Dilden Robert . Swartwood Geo K
Edwa.de A . Erm an Nicholas
Fabian James E 8
Gardner I. A m Elisha
Hyatt elder LII . Wearer Jos
Hawkins A West Wm .
Hyatt Ai R Stlii Wontey Wm
Jackson Sophit Watkins Mary
Crum elder 8 , Warren Wm
Knickmbaeker Addis YR& Latin'
Livinpton L C. H.__ HERRICK, P. M.
First lot Of New Goods in Towanda.
MONTANYES' & CO. are receiving a tittle and
general assortment of Spring and Summer Goods
Which will be disposed of at iiholesale or retail at re
duced prices. April 20, 1147.
T AMES can find a solortiat'assortateat of DRESS
A./GOODS & CLOAKING'S, at MERCUR'S.
Fors, No. 2.8. R.,
net t Tfinkiligi
TlATllNG;leileefidid teigether . SW . llss
Merissells-baawiss, s , /* don whistles
and stria. vocation Se basins:skits merit eallwrietPab•
ilernsalle• They - way always bar *wad wady so
attend to any personirbsaisbessecassadalisassin tbsir
They will occupy *Odd Mend of Elliott & Memo;
sad as it hes PA been enlarged and Asada asses "swi
ms and convenient, eastonsers will find it sten plea
sant to do business in. ELLtorr a TOMKINB.
May 27, 1847. ' • p
. NEW GOODS"! NEW GOODS !!
JUST received and for sale a spivadid semortment of
Spring and Semler Goods. which will be mold as
cheap for C ash es ears be food in Northern Pewee,—
Costanara will find it to their adman to call and ex
amine their dock before porebosiog bent.
May 27. ELLIOTT it OMICINS.
ANY quantity of GINGHAME , jolt received and
for aide - by ELLIOTT dc TOEKINB.
LA WISTB' of all varirties; Mao Gingham Lawns very
low (or cub by ELLIOTT, & TOMK[NB.
BOOTS and Shoes, the largest Wick in town sal
II ebeap as eau be bought in the country by E. & T.
110E8, Ladies weer of all kinds — French Battin
LI Batton Gaiters, Pe. tip. Buskins, kid slips, Last
ing Gaiters, and a wariety of all kinds by E. &T.
COTTON Yarn, my quantity—alto Carpet warp
white and cAored by . E. & T.
T CIMINO GLASSES, of every variety for sale
-.1-4 by jt9 - E. &T.
IRON of all kinds, English and Swedes, together with
rolled and hammered; GLASS as cheap as the
cheapest, and • large stock of NAILS, by &it T.
OLD Lable icail Rods, ■ very large quantity as cheap
as the cheapest, & a variety , damn iron by E.& T.
A IS PLEN DID assortment Parasols .of all Mum ani
of . evefT variety of Umbrellas by E. h T.
BONN ETS, a good variety Leghorn. Straw, Lawn
n,' Coburg, cheap as the cheapest by E. &T.
EGHORN Haw' of .11 size; and descriptions,
gether with a good lot of pshrileaf by E. &T.
A . GOOD assortment of Cilicoes. In faet, we have
as good an assortment of ill kinds of Dress Goods
as you can find in any store in the country. Also, •
good assortment of Clottia, Cessimeres, and Summer
wear of all kinds and descnptions as cheap for cash as
the cheapest try E. & T.
SHEETINGS and Signings, both bleached and un
bleached cheap as the cheapest by E. & T.
200 BARRELS Salt for %sleet
June S. • MONITAN YES' & CO
New Spring and Summer Goods.
11. 14: BETTS
TS now opening ■ new and splenditl i _assortment of
.I. staple and fancy goods at his store, (situate on Main
street two doors below Bridge street (west side) nearly
opposite Momanya's & Co.) embracing all ankles
generally kept in the country, such as
Dry Goods„ Groceries, Crockery and Glass
ware. Hardware. Nails. Iron. all the
varieties of Steel, Glass, Paints
Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil 4-c.
which he offers to purchasers at unusu r al low prices for
Cub, Produce, or approved credit. And would re
spectfullL invite all who wish to purchase to all and
etamine his -- goods and prices befort purchasing else-
whero, as he is confident he can offer good bargains.
June 1, 1847.
PRINTS. M. De Laines,• Gingham*, 'Lawn., ilte.
The Ladies will find a beautiful auoitment at
june 9. BET
AGREAT variety of shawls scarfs, perusal 'Julies
and Mimes' Bonnets very cheap at BETTS'.
BLACK & BEAVER CLOTHS, black and fancy
Cassimere% and all sorts of Summer stuffs, a large
assottment, low for cash at BErrs'.
INDOW & W ALL PAPER, a nice variety and
Vll cheap it j BETTS'.
H ARMS & BLOODS' r as scythes and scythe. maths aho Dante cradlificythea at BETTS'.
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS.
O. D. Bartlett.
HAS the pleasure to inform his friends and auto
mere and the public in general, that he is just re
ceiving a large and carefully selected stock of seasona
ble Goods, which, as heretofore, ha is prepared to sell
lower than any BRAGGART.
Towanda, June 2. I 1114 7.
THE largest and moat beautiful assortment of Pa
per Hangings ever brought into this place, just
received and for sale cheapat 0. D. BA RI'LETT'B.
Dry Goods, • Boots and Shoes,
Groceries, Hats and Caps,
Crockery, Books and Stationery,
Iron and Steel, Paper of all kinds.
Paints and Oils. Glass and Putty.
NEARLY every variety of etch of the above kinds
of Goods on hand at the lowest rate at
0. D. BARTLETT'S.
COIL C! ML IN
BEST tested coil chain for Bull wheels to raw mills
and other similar WWI just received and for sale
A splendid assortment of Leghorn and straw Bonnets,
latest style just received and for sale very low
by O. D. BA KT El"r
WOOL 'WANTED ! !
OD. BARTLETT will exchange cloth o r o th er
. Goods fur Woot on the best terms possible.
it Towanda. June 1, 1847.
Asuperior lot of Lawns,. summer Gingham* and
Monterey plaids, a new article for dresses. Also,
prints of all patterns, which are selling extremely low
at the SAVINGS BANK.
BON N ETS.
Alarge and extensive assortment of Bonnets, con
sisting of Leghorn, Albert Braids, China pearl,
Straw gimp, English Straw, &c 1 together with ribbons,
artificial., wreaths, die. to match, are now 'selling at
reduced prime at the SAVINGS BANK.
GAMER SHAWLS. a beautiful maionment of
Berage, De Lain and grocha Shawls may be found
at the SAVINGS -BANK.
PARASOLS of every variety and pattern. Also,
Umbrellas, are now selling extremely tear at the
Towanda, May 24, 1847. SAVINGt3 BANK.
AFFWlninured Finn& BUCKWHEAT-FLOUR
in 50 lb. mks, a superior article. 'net reeeived and
for sale by Feb. 12. O. D. BARTLETT.
NAMES AND HARNESS TRIMMINGS.
JITST receive 4 a latge quantity of Pine and Common
Hamel. Aim, Plated end Japan'd Henresa Trim
tnings at Feb: U. MERCIJRI3.
ViJklll2 l / 4 191111199
lAAS just received the lord auwortateot of NEW
GOODS ever.broaght into Bradford 00., which
he offers In extbarige , *
Monroeton. May ID, 1847.
THE FIRM of E, Smith & Son is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. All accounts, Am.. due the
firmmust be immediately paid. E. SMITH.
Towanda, May 12, IM7. Cr. T. SMITH.
. - SHERIFF'S - SALt. •
rG , siiiiieseeiliy , Wati ei 4 - ditiiid iiimidi 41;4
ni of the triend of_nom men pleas et-Snaffled eo.,
to me Angled, [shell espies to public We at the bane
of THOS P, WOODRUFF, in the homers* of Three;
ea, on Mealy, the gill' day of Septenitier best, at 2
Aloe*, P. 11.. the following phew fee pang of WA I n
Ridgbeny township. bounded north by latideig Perrin
BernharL,Otest by. lands of Howard F. Burt, iiofdli by
land of David %tuft, and east by hind of thwithai efird
Mins Cart. tontaining fifty Acres, liberal twenty icilii
thereof improve& With a small orchard, log house and
• log nee thereon. i
Seized and tsk in execution at the suit tof Mark A.
Burt va. John M. 11.
ALSO---A • or Pareekof land in Athens township.
i t e
bounded north ii east by find of Isaac liffiepanl, Keith'
by lands of LeraelMead. and west by the post road lead-,
log from Athens A Elmira. Calif:Meting , abbot 1 acre;
more or less, all improved, with one frinifid house, and
one shed thereon. •
Seised and takim in execution at thessuit of H. M.
Partridge vs. Almeron H. Tour.
ALSO—A eierlikin piece er parcel of land in Biding
ton tp., bounded facia by the township line between
Burlington and tipringlield, east by land of Henry L.
Ross, or E. S. T4icy, and on the mouth by --= Shack
leton, and west bf Isaac Sturges. Containing one hull
dred and thirteen saes more or less, about thirty acres
improved, with cske framed home, °acing house, and one
framed barn, surge few fruit trees thereon. - -_
Seized and balm in execution at the suit of E. S. Tra-'
sty vs. Samuel 4, Dickinson.
ALSO—A pi ele or parcel of land in Warren town
ship, bounded nthwesterly by lands of Jcihn Dickin
son.dit east by lan of Win. Corbin south essterly by lands
of Grange Brain d Phineas Antisdek ninth-westerly
—by land °fir b Rogers. Containing shout 45 acres
more or less, wi about 25 acme improved, with one
framed tavern ho se two small barns and one apple or
Seized and wain in execution at the snit of Adeni ne. tratoni of Joseph Rrince,dec'd. vs. Philip Rogers acid Bash
French terre tete.
ALSO—The !lowing piece or parcel of land situate
in Monroe town4ip, and bounded as fellows, to wit .;-..
OR the south by stoat Dunk*. west by land of . J. L.
' Rockwell, north J. Hornet, east by the main road.—
Containing abo one fourth of -an acre - more or leer,
with one framed once and framed barn thereon.
Seized and to nin execution at the suit on. P. Kirby,
to use of H. H. ace vs. John Terwillewer.
ALSO—A prtrce or parcel of land in Franklin town
ship, bounded firth by lands of Overton, mot fry M'-
Cord's lands, with by Wm. Shiner, end wee by Jacob
Tall. Containing about one hundred serer, more or less,
with about treey-five acres improved ,; earring house,
framed barn an a small orchard thereon.
Seised and t en in execution at the suit of S. L. &
R. Fowler vr Litwis Shiner.
ALSO—By virtue of a writ of Leeari Facia, the
south half of al that piece on: parcel of land in Smith
field tp.. Begin 'ng at a stake and stones at the notth
east corner of t no. 12, and the north-west cornett' of
lot no, 13, the ce rest 28 chains end 50 link. to the
north-east corn+. of lot no. 13, arid the north-west cor
ner of lot no. it, thence south 40 chains and 75 links
to the south-ea, corner of lot no. 13, and south-west
corner of lot not 14, thence west 26 chains and 50 links
to the wrath-west corner of tot no. 13, and eolith-east
corner of lot no, 12, thence north 40 chains and 76 links
to the place of beginning. The whole tract above des.
gibed containing one hundred and one acres and - thirty
Seized and taken in execution at the Fejt of Richard
S. Stuart, trnstee of Mary Caton, vs. Wiiliitrii Cladt and
Silas Betts, terre tenant.
ALSO— A piece or parcel oflandin Wysox and
Monroe tps • in the county of Boidford, Beginning at a
white oak. thence by land of 'Wm. Morrison, north 2°
west 266 perches to a post, thence east 52 perches to a
chesnut oak, north 73° east 127 perches to a pine, south
50°, east 200 perches to a black oak, south 34° west 211
perches to a blaik oak, and west 200 gambol to the place
Of beginning. Containing 436 j acres, with allowance.
Seized and taken in executlbn at the suit of John
Keating, vs. Israel Smith.
JOHN F. MEANS, Sheriff'.
Sheriff's office, Towanda, July 21. 1E147.
Of the partition of the estate of Benjamiii
Bnnk. deed . Irde of Sheshequin Lou nship
—in the Orphan's Court of Bradford town.
ty of Dec. T. 1847.
THE heirs and devisees of Benjamin Brink dec'd.
to wit: Danirl Brink, Brink Smith, Alpheusi
Tozer and Calista his wife, Charles Smith, John Smith,
Daniel Smith. Orson Smith, Valentine Smith, James
SmitAjlachel-Smith, Theodor* W. Brink,
Henry M• "inney and Amanda *Kinney his wife,
and Delilah Brink and John Brink and their guardian,
Orison Rickey—Orris Brink, Elizabeth Brink, Charles
Brink, Julia Brink and John Brink, Jr., and their
guardian John Brink—Elizabeth Hensley, Jamesßrink
and Hestet Forbes, are herehy severally notified that
the Orphan's Court of Bradford count,* on the 1 lth
day of May, 1847, did grant a rule ttpon them to come
into Court on the first Monday of Septetriber fieit, and
elect to take or refuse the estate of said detedent at the
valuation made thereof, an" in case they shall refuse
to acceptlhe same to show cause, if auy they have,
why the shame shall not be sold By the Court,
. LYMArf E. DB WOLF,
May 22, 1847. Clerk of Orphan's! Court.
0. D. BARTI.ETT
€~il; : ~cttb: ,:
IN THE MATTER
TOURER.' AN to an order of the Orphan's Court of
Bradford county, will be exposed to public sale at
the house upon the premises in Sheshequin township,
Bradford county, Pa., on Saturday the 4th day of Sep
tember, 1847, at one o'clock P. M., all of the certain
pieces, lots or parcels of land lying and being in said
township. known as the Mensal Horton term, to be
sold,- as the property of Patrick Cuotmings, dec'd.,
bounded as tellows : Beginning at a corner, thence by
lota No. 94 and 101, south thirty degrees and 15 mi
nutes, 82 perches to a corner, thence by parts of lots
0. 101, 102 and 103, south 59' degrees west, 184
perches to a Corner, thence along the Sheshequin road,
north 64i degrees west, 22 perches, north 03 degreeis
west, 78 perches to a corner, and theme by pins of
,lots No. 91 and 92, north 59 degrees east, 236 perches
to the beginning, being part of lots No. 92,93 and 101
in the old township of Claverack, one of the
townships. Centaining 92 acres and allowance,
with a framed house, framed barn, and out houses, and,
a large apple °rehear thereon,
ALSO—AII of. the t*o rindividedt "fourth parts or
shares the *hole into four equal parts or shares to be
divided of and in all that certain tract of land being an
[Stand commonly called Horton's Island, lying in the
Susquehanna river, just above the mouth of Sugar
Creek. containing in the whole. by computation, fifty
id: acres and one hundred and twenty-five perches, be
the same more or less. The other half belonging to
Stephen Newell and Franklin -- Attendance will
be given at the time and place of side and terms made
known. HIRAM MIX,
May 24, 1846. Adntinstrator - de bonis non.
IN THE MATTER ---
Of the pdration of the Wale of David Pratt,
late of Canton towriship, decd.--in the 'Or
phan's C mrt of Bradford county, of Dec..
/MBE heirs and derriteed of David tt dec d., to
j wit! Ebenessr Pratt, David Prs Asa Pratt,
Jonathan ft, Pratt, Wm. Roberts, Betsey oberts, Jesse
Griffin, Rachel Griffin, Julius Pratt and heater Pratt,
are hereby severally notified 'that the oiphati's Court
of Bradford county - on the.Bth day of May 1847. did
grant a role upon them to come into said court on the
first Monday of September next and elect to take or
refuse the estate of said' decedent at the valuation made
thereof, and in case they shall refuse to accept the,
erne, to showcause if any they have, why the same
shall not be sold. By the Court. , .
LYMAN D. DE WOLt,
Junitt, 1847. Clerk df Orphan's Court.
The Saddle and ffitrness asiness
S still continued by ELItAN All mem, J. CtJLP
&C. T. SMITH, under the tine of Elkanab
Smith 4. CO., at the old stand North . sideof fhb Pnt.lic,
Square, where will be kept constantly on hurl ;s ee r
Plain and Quiltee Saddles, Plated and fLoon oon
Harness, all kinds of 'Nelms Yolltesk, ant i alt other
work in their lie,
Carriage Trimming 4 aalitary work
done to order. From their ex patience awl punctuality,
thily are in hopes to receive a s h am of p s i,* p a t ronage .
Work can be had at their shop as cheap as at any other
shop in the connti of the same Tulin. May 18,'47
'Nab tic& Wivertbown&
Premiliais Awarded to ,Levi Brawl,
By lb Americas lutituti fir Gold his.
g,840.A Silver Medal 8 eyelid GM Pens:
.1. 1841.•=4 Diploma for gold Pena, • "
1812--A; Diploma for . the 604004. Penni
184X-'4. Diploma' for the beet gold ti e s".
1844—A Diplome fin. stiparior ,Pmas:
1845—A /River Medal foi the beat Gold Penn..
•1846-4 Silyer 114ertat the tokeold Irene: ,••
is to entity. that the kayo's • isikk /is*
the records of the American
llEilißY MEWS; • , • •- •
Rea. See.`of the A avarice_ ajoititiilh
A Woo ';' 4. aCisitr dt &NW.
THE subscribers vire *s a u te i n announcing to the
citizens of Bradford could, aid. viciirkji f6i l illhey
have leased for a term of years fire Intilklizireaduthe in
Wyalusing township, and known's.% lnghern*s rag:tory,
and which they are now fitting up with inseftiWiny lad
,apparatus for she inafulfacture of, broad and narrow
cloths, flannels, &c.,itr supederr style and on the moat
reasonable' terms. Those wishing to have Roil Orkin.
lectured upon sharesi Will find it to their advaetW to
give them 'a cell, as they . are determined tbit 6900 a•
I shall be slimed to give the most perfect satiSf.ac tion..--
They work Wool into Broad or narrow &MO #iipb,
f f or one ball the cloth, or if.preferred, they win Om:-
actor. by the yard as follows :. 7 -13load cloaks Ittlipm
rto $1.1.5 ; Narrow cloth, from 44 to 50 cts. Other
artifice manufactured for proportionate,-pricti.
Wool carding andi cloth dressing will be done en
short notice add reasonable terms. They ern) Pus pre.
pared for busimmcin'Or before the first of Rine ntntt.
Wyalusing, A pril te, l 841: MALL- & HILL. .
"God made the world' for me, o! thee,. folr all."
RESOLVED, by the National Rethim•Aap 'tor:hition of
,Iffotentato Lake, July 24, 184 7 ; Thai a and be
Plished in the FlradfOrd county papers. calling for vo
lunteer contributions to a Tract and Lecture ftuid, MP
ltutfififig Henry ep,hririm Leach J lM collect the same.
Therefore, ill contributions paid (WIT to Mr:Leach.
Agent, Messrs. James Wilcox or Chattel 11. 1 dwmtuar
Treasurers, will be thankftilly , ,receive; did duly applied
to the frirtherinff the folfoiring Measures :, .
Ist. An investigation of land tides hi Pennsylvania,
from the first known transfer up to the close of waid fa.
vestigation, and the same recorded in the county where
:in said lands are located: . ,
2d. To On a law. *retiring to eettleni who or
those who purchase improvements of settlent, a full ro
pensation therefor, before writs of ejectihent ea be MO
Word against them. . •
1 , 35,1: Tb tax all lands owned over 440 odes: tlie .
ablest. or companies, (siy)„n pet ice per suurtun t
he applied in paying the stair debt. ..
Done it Burlington, Brady Co., ital . S . l 847:
- • 40H ISr.;AUST.IN;
. l'fto i
NtAs smrr , • P s d e b ig
W rut.] vs NI CllO ts, 41 1 ,: eieurries;
Ala:. LAX G, y. I.
s Towands, Bradford co., Pa., At gust 5. 1847.
Citizensof Bradford Cuunly : y a respectable
fewlif yOur nomber, I have been p revai ed on toMletifier
I my personal interest and.quietude. to tiravel ovet you@
hoputiful mountains, and lecture in behlf of dawn-trod
deii humanity . For my,health, I go o '
tiot .:'for CiteaP•
i new and convenience, f, have Proetined Tin Boa lbw
!ry my clotheiin, after the fohn of otnab!! desk. If
provided for; Isbell hold meetings at s 1 imitable ewes.
and in my !retitle& glie you mire free) the Mitiselessof
the Reformers . As aeon as a suitable stun lacono:tad,
to defray the expentie of printing, &c., intend to `write
out i boot for lour convenience . tilting thaltrarho
have extended to me. thus far• their friendly holpfilifities.
and eo-o o pe ration , I accept the agency, and set out ill
"Tux WORLD Is 31f COCITIIii-40 Di! 0000
it; MT Ritactoki.” -
1 Thine for Troth, indite eternal rewaills, anion); which,
I find '• Howssi row Att."
3w9 , : HEN RI" EPHRIAM LEACH.
RESPECTFULLY informs his oh friendsand pat
rons, that having been obliged tcr abandon his for
mer mind on the Aftetrio . oii.c4 dfe i 2 tttnit., he is now
permanently located on the west s?tbi af the public
square, two doors north of Briggs' .tavern. Grateful
for past favors, he hopes by superior akin and attention
to merit an increase of patronage in Ibtere.
He will alsiay,s keep on hand a 'itipply broils, es
sent4es, perfumery, and whatever is iteeetearyio give
an agreeable finish to his operations,lind will epare-no
pains in his endeavors to adapt his style lo suit the vary
ing ,tastes of his ijastomers. ; '
ALSO— ; -Shampooning for ritoriri , g and a Me pre
ventative to keep the Hair from failing out, or turning
gray, for a beautiful head of haiaiis a powerful strailiar
LIST OF JURORS drsiwty . or 84stenibet tut, apd
• , ortAgn 3t-ittia4.'
Smithfield—Joel J. Allen, E. W. Fanurwrirtill
Welts—iehial Ayres, H. M. !Unary, J. 114: Bds alt ;
Oolornbia—Curtis Merril ;
Troy tp.--John Porter ; !
Monroe—J. B. Srnittit
.Wyalusing—Jacob P. Biles;
Athens tp.—Abijah 'Mead ; t
Itidgbnry---John Butt, 0: West; i. . •
Warten—Sloa 1 Bow C . ,
Albany—Dyer 0 sky, E. P. Allen, Jaiiibit Lee ;
Ulster—John M. ike, David %Yakutat ;
Rome—Henry D. Rockwell ;
-Granville—Miner T. Porter :. 1
iSheshequin—Joseph S. Elliott;
Wysox-411. H. Lanning.
raseraic ITNORA---fintr *tat.
Athena tp.—G.H.Jackson, .I.Tote jr, J.L.N.Shepard;
Ridgbury—C. F. Wilson, Wm. Easton, Wm. Ball
To*anda tp. —Samuel Stratton ;. :
Rome—H. St-üble, Towner, SOMA Horton
Pike--John A. Goading, Perry Champion, E. Crandall,
John F. Bosworth;
asylum—John P. Brown ;
Columbia—Edward Young ; •
Smithfield—Horace Piercot . Leirl L. Desch;
Warren—Nathan Young ;
Durell—A.„V. Hurlbut ;
Wyalusing—Harry Elliott, J. A ctii. cool. Williams; •
Litchfield—J. White, Silas Bluno,lltuirell Hadtock ;
ta.ter__samuel B. 'Holcomb
Sheshequin—John Wolf ; •
Canton—Roderick Williams, John Graj;
OrwelP -Almon Doolittle. Eleasel•l Albs ;
Burlington—Hansom H. Ward;
Wywrx—John Martin ,
A macula—Lysander C. Shepard 9
Leroy—Alvin Bailey. ' ;• -
TR AVlRtilt it'llOgii-.--51.1i0ICD WS.V.G. ,
A than y --...Peter a teristre ; I ' •
Asylum—W. H. Frotehey ;
Springfield—Oliver Gates ;
r : .
Canton—lesee Griffin ;
Rome--Jon Hortdn,jr.; 1
Troy borough—Layton Runyon
Athens tp.l.uther Stone. Dalt GarthatoW a • Sc° "* .
Nathaniel 'Flower, S. Boswovt ;
Smithfielri—Joirathan Hall ;
Duren—James Goa; i
Wells—l . b. Ameigh. James Gordon'
Wpm:sir—John Owens, E. B. Coolbaurl; r
Standing Stnne--Hiram Gordon " i
Athena botetigh—Thomas I. B Its,
Monroe—, —Atisolam Coolhaugh ; ' • •
Orwell—Jason Chaffee, Ira Bre yr; t L •••
Burlington—lsaac Swain, jr., r . BA H. Stevens i
r•herhequin—Darwin Gina, le l
Granville—R. J.Spal.ling ;
Wyaluaing—W. Taylor •
Towanda horough-7 . ,,,,,m p . ,
Irl arren--S.B:C;„ff ee. B . An
pIA, of ever* Wiriet
Wiestic, now opening A wh
au 1 8 MO
CLOT/18. CAE‘M -16 / 16
aibpetior style And finish,
Who wish to purclise chiroP.
SHOES—Ladies Misses a
g and Hair Dressing.
'INGES & GIM '•, of
and other trimmings for I
style. foreign and do
koala and retail. at
'TANYE'S & CO. •
II nada ; also. Btattous
drams and irinetta.
TANYE dc CO.
YESTINGS of very
al prices to suit.thooe
ANYE9 & CO.,
Children's, a lame en