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fITANTED. Beef ilide‘Tellow sod Onin of ell
Vi r Mak, ea ell demands, if delivered lorthe Bra
day of reborn, next. E. BMMI 4.X).
Toweled*. Nov. I I. 111411.
MERMAN PRACTICE CF M=NNE.
OCT. BELL *wield tespectfully way to the 'shalt-
. itants of Hredfoni County, Heft be .will be at
Hammonds Hotel in the village orCentreville on the
first day of Mich mouth, at Tuttle/ Taman in &ebb
fiekl on the 2d Jai of each month and at Woodruff/
Hotel in %web& cil Ilie dairitif each month, where
be may be consulted in the peat-ties of UROSCOPIA
from 9 A. M., until OP. M. :Ye those who are tune
qua iatol with this Practice, it may be proper to sty
that it is the method of arriving at the primary seat of
DiSEASE, and consequent functional derangements,
by an inspection of the Urine ; which in ell eases
al be • specimemof that' first • the Morn
frig, and brought in a clean phial. an ins etion of
this specimen he is enabled to arrive nee, at a cor
rect Diagnosis; of all chronic and sub-acute dimes, af
fecting the human system without the necessity and
expense of visiting patients, or subjectinethem to the
bitigues of a long and toilsome journey. and delicacy is
also spark — the blush which is of:en :occasional
be the necessary enqu i r ies of the vifiting Physician.—
lbs medicines are selected from the vegetable Kingdom
and are perfectly safe in the envied ages and conditions
of life : and long, experience has proved their efficiency
in curing every variety of the aboie diseases. Score'
of testimonials might be published from thor.mjsp
have been cure.' by his medicines, whose rases have
baffled all other modes of treatment, and had been con
sidered incurable. Let none despair therefore, until
they have consuacd me.
N. B. The name and age !Lust inAvery case ac
company the specimen, fur the purpose of recording
&r. , nI4 8. T. B.
I.l . OOTSdt Sole and upper leather, Also
1) a full assortment of Lady's shoes, Gaiters, Busk
ins. Shpt., walking shoes. k good stock of Boys,
Ali-sea, and childrens; mons, youths boys, and child.
coarse and kip boots. Also a first rate snide of La
ity's Grote. Miss. and Childs Rubbers, selling very
cheap at ; nl4 FOX7S, No. 2. B. Row.
VirEIS, A great .variety of all kinds and styles
IVI which will be sold at a trifling advance from city
.cost. A few rich black and natural lynx. Also swans
down -trimming, tippets and virtorines, for sale cheap
at nl 4 • FOX'S; No. 2, B. R.
lADYS GOODS.—Dress goods, fringes, gimps,
.1.4 black lace trimming, black veil., bonnet ribbons,
..silk se;arfa, jenny lint hemsich and reve re atich. hk'fs.
very rich, lady's, gents and misses beat kind, silk end
lisle thread gloves, dress 'buttons, silk cord, rich super.
and COM: olsid long shawls, jenny find hoods. child..
worsted costs, lie., at FOX'B. No. 2. B. R.
4)(1 DOZ.splendid heavy bordered fi ne .'nen bdkrc
Al for 124 els. at FOX'B No. 2. Brick Row.
HAHD WARE.—Iron, nails, axes, and • superior
snide of carpenters adze, band laws, wood saws,
augers, slates, shovels, butts and screws, files, knives
and Licks,* few sate tl do., looking glasses, and in.
fact a general assortment of Hardware which is hoe
sole heap at nl4 FOX'S, No. 4, B. R.
"HOSIERY of every description, gents cotton and
11 worsted hose, lady' white black and colored me
rinos, shin white Week and slate c 4orcd colt m hos-,
cheaper than ever at FOX'S. No. 2, B. R.
2(1 BALES sheeting. shirting, ticking. wicking,
wadding, batting, cot. yarn, white and colored
carpet warp. Also red, yellow; white, and Salbsury
and canton flannel; crash, towelling, diaper, brown
luta and damask table cloths. napkins &c. &c., at
n 14 FOX'S, No. 2, B. R.
Cassimeres end Veatings. A splendid lot
of the best, and cheapest French English and
American cloths, fine double mill'd, due skirt and Caney
rissimeres, and a first rate seat. of_ l'estinis.
Positively-these are the best bargains ever offered in
Towanda. Call and see at- FOX'S No. 2, B. R.
9 TONS more of those cheap and be tutiful Sugars.
Also Tea at lower prices than ever a 1.1 CAree to
match ; all kinds of Groceries fresh and in good order,
every article warranted.—Mackrel and GAish &e., at
nl4 FOX'S, No. 2, B. Row.
JKINGSBERY Jr., is now opening at the tomer
• of Main and Bridge St., an extensive stock of
new FRII and Winter, Goods. which will be sold rea
sonably low for Cash or Produce. J. K.
Towanda, Nov. 6, 1848.
B. KINOSBERY Co.,
ARE now receiving a new supply of GOODS from
New York. Also, one ark load of SALT.
SPORTSMEN wishing to purchase Double and sin
gle barrel Fowling Pieces. Rifles aTodGutulte ,
tures, will please call at the new Hard-ware Eltoiri.
Towanda, line. 7, 1848 D. LORD.
NEW AND FASHIONABLE MILLNERY !
GRIPFIN would inform her customers that
I.YI she has a good assortment of ready made Velvet,
Silk, and Satin HATS, of the latest and most improired
styles, and also a variety of fashionable caps, and head
dresses, of various styles; wreaths for the hair
all of which will he sold at a low prim
Just received an additional supply of land-bones.
flowers, ribbons, colored ruches, laces. - Florence and
Pearl Bata, &e.
- Towanda, Now. 7, 1848.
Pure, Genuine and Cheap
CII .4 M BERIA N k... - PORTER, No. 1, Brick Row—
have jint received a large addition to their former
arrioriment. which now makes their stock more complete
than any found in this section of country, which they
are determined to sell—a heifer article lower than e.lll
Is. bought in *he neighboring establishments.
The following hat comprises • few of the articles
kept it their store:
DREGS AND MEDICINES.
flpium, cream tartar, camphor, castile soap, liquorice
balsam copaiba, rhubarb,.jalap, aloes, flowen chammo
mile, cas,tor oil, quicksilver, magnesia, roll
and flain'sulper, refitted limos, calomel, red precipitate,
corrirdve sublimate, ague ammonia, soda, tartaric acid,
ei.vom salts, laudanum, venna,spliiate quinine, min.
!dime, iodine , coicombin, geniis*, guassiji, prickley ash
bark. curcanna, white rout, giniieng, all of the essential
018,. gum myrr canthatides, gum tragacenth, corks, gar
vtparilla, g 113161110, litharge, spirits turpentine, cam
',nine, rotten stone, umber, terra do sienna, salt peter,
annie feed, isinglass, cubebs, anttotto, Ise dye, shelldac,
rttra?ts of dandelion, colocynth,jalap, hyasciamus and
i.arsapanlla, &c. moss, arrow loot; tapioca,
tincture, essence, 4-e.
Log‘nod, Fristic, Hie wood, cam wood, nutgall,
cochineal, indigo, alum, conwras, madder. solution tin,
extract lugwood, muriatic acid, sulphuric arid and oil
vitro!, V. dte.
r;ruslicd, loaf and muscavado sugar, black and green
tea, raisins, unto currants, citron, cinnamon, tided oil,
tamarinds, choeAste, corn" soda brocuit, hatter crack
ers, rice, March, ginger, tolerates, saltpeter, Crt,a. Jima
and Rio coffee, pepper,, spice, mustard, pepper sauce,
nutmegs, cloaca, mace, ca-tile, brown. variegated and
fancy soap, sperm alul tallow candles, whale anal sperm
oil, jugs, Auks. bottles, paste and oil blacking leather
varnish, tobacco, seams anal snuff, matches, &c, &c,
Pere French Brandy. viz Cognise, Otward and
A'Seignett. Holland Gin, St. Croix Rpar N Mideria.
Port and Mala ix Wines, Common American Brandy,
Gin, Rum and Whiskey, &c.
Towanda. Noir. 2, 1448
NEW MO FASHIONABLE AII(.LPIERY !
Al IBS GRIFFIN iv/spectrally informs the isWlies !t f if
ILL Towandaind vicinity, that slie-baslnstnAt k piei!
from:dew York, with a large and sidendid , of
Fashionable Millnery, consisting of plumes, Flewers,
Ribbons, Ruches, Velvets, Latins, Fringes, Gimp!, &c.,
which has nev,r been equine!l in richness, sod gilieni
by any former assortment, and to which she invites
ci7 Work done to order, in the best style, and at the
shinteat notice. 0ct.16020
MII& DOANE has ratensed with iho latest WA.
for all kinds Of wart tit 'ha Rim Ilhe is time sr
miring GOODS si seelt misty, isyls nal pierohin
with' sr pest somees lo plsosing.beiresstineed OM by
eserway, fairness mid preemptin, so aetialrynll wile may
liver her with their patronaim—mnd twin, in chemist
her pnwene location. end making her eneMyeemsta 'for
business, eansulted the Collirtol4lll/01 d her .meats
employees, she tanner bat fiat er herself they will by an
leeressed punster., show that wbilershe bee aught is
please others, she has also beneßned bengal
Rooms in Merest,' buildings, id etery--entrawes be.
tweeeMemene and Betts' Moms. • -
ca Wanted two or three apprentices laths eirembe
sines,. Towanda, Oct. 2& 11146.
MILUNER AND MANTUA MAKER,
In Mrs. Keeler's building,.south side. of Bridge end,
LIAR just returned from the city with ■ select assort
-11 of MILLINERY, to which she invitel the
attention of the Lades. Having received the latest &sh
ims, she is ready to execute work to order on short no.
Lice. Towanda, October 25, 1848.
MILUNERY AND MANTUAMAKINO.
vi RB. BURROUGHS respectfully informs the cid
uns of Monroeton and vicindyYthat she has
opened a shop for the above business, and lisejuitt re
ceived from New York the latest fashions; 'slaws choke
and fashionable assortment of MILLINERY, consist
ing of Flowers, Plumes, Ribbons, Velvets, Satins, Frin
ges, &c, to which she invites the attention of the La
dies. Having served an apprenticeship and worked for
• length of time in one of the first shops in the state of
Massachusetts, she flatters herself 'she will be able to
please the most fastidious.
(a Shop in the 2J siory of War:ford*, Hotel. Work
dune to order, and at the shortest wake.
Monrorton, October 23, 11148.
Academy of the Presbytery or kasqaehasaa.
9 - IBIS Institution was opened at Friendaville, en the
fir3t Monday of October. under the instruction of
HALLOCK ARMSTRONG, A 8., end Miss M. A.
HILLARDi Teacher of the primers department It is
under the immediate Supervision of the Presbytery o 4
Susquehanna..end is designed to secure a Religious,
with an. Eoglish and Classical Education. Board can
be obtained at a low rate, and every facility will he af
forded far the economy of the outfit. The situation
is healthy and retired, and:W from many of the tempta
tions of towns and villages.
TUITION ern Tacit Or TIIINLTS Wakies.
Common English branches. • $2 00
Latin Grammar and Lessons, Chemistry, Philos
ephy, Logic and Rhetoric,
Algebra, Surveying.. Navigation. Geometry, Trig
emometry, Conic Sections, 'Analytical Geomo.
try, Astronomy, and differential and Integral
Calculus, 4 00
Latin and yin,'!' Classiest and French, fi 00
.Refcr to Rev. Samuel F. Colt, VW'yalus e. Rev. F.
D Ladd, Silver Lake, Rev. Julius Faster, To."ands,
Messrs. J. S. Pciroanet and A. Wickham, Friend.-
Friendaville, October, 4818. a 20,11.8.
PIANO FORTES, SERAPHIM AND MELODIANS,
ROM the bed Manufactories in Roston, far sale by
Trov, Pa., Aug. 16, 1848. R.B. nAssgrr.
lA:r A NTED, any quantity of Butter, at the market
1 I mess, at he Central Stare. N. N.?
:011,W1*(15 IVANID RPM 14 i M1N..108,
THE subscribsts still continue
Co manufacture and keep on hand
at their old stand. all kit& of cane
and wood scat CHAIRS; also
SEES of various kinds, and
BEDSTEADS of every descrip
Lion. which we wil mell low for
cash or Produce, o White Pine
lumber, White wo ad, ass wood,
. 'or Cucumber d sir pla k, or 4by
4 Scantling 13 feet long—either Buttonw , Balsawood
or Maple, will also be received for our work.
Turning &meta order in the neatest manner.
JAMES MACKINS‘,3I & CO.
Towns la, Jonei22, 1848. .
Goods well Bought arc half Sold'."
IS now opening a large stock and extensive variety of
GOODS, selected with the greatest cane, and bought
under great advantages in the cities of New York and
Philadelphia—taking advantage of the favorable cendi
don of .both markets—and having in view the motto
above, has so bought that he can and will sell on as n
amable terms as the met, and will endeavor to show to
community the advantage of baying from those who boy
we'll. Towanda, May 23, 1848.
j~TORSTED DRESS GOODS.—Plain, figured and
plaid, black and colored Alpaneas; black and c.•
lowed French h.erinoes; Oregon Plaids; rich French
a common Cashan,,DeLaines, &c., a great variety
styles for sale at lupts MERCTOF3,
HE TIM Term will commence on Monday the
30th day of Oct
Tomos Pea Tres.
Common English Studies including Geography and
• Mental Arithmetic. $2 00
Same with Well's Grammar mid Adam's Arith-
Higher English studies including Medal, Mond
and Intellectual Sciences,
Higher brioche•, of Mathematics, Latin, Greek
said - French Languages, 5 00
Fuel (3d and 4th Terms,) 25
F. W. MINN. Teacher.
ARPET BAGS.. Ladies' anA gent's, a good as
soctmentt by ELLIOTT & TOMIINS.
.110 C M ATlON.—Whereas, the Hon Joust N.
Cossaussa, President Juage of the 14t1o.ludi
cial district consisting prthe counties of Luzerne,
Bradford and Tioga, and H. Morgan and Reuben
Wilder'Esprs Associate Judges in and for the coun
ty of Bradford have issued their precept, bearing
date the 25th day of Oct. 1848, to me directed for
holding a court of quarter sessions of the peace,
common pleas and orphan's court at Towanda fur
the County of Bradford on the Ist Monday of De
cember next, being the 4th, to continue two weeks.
. Notice is therefore hereby given, to the Coroners
Justice!, of the Peace and Constables of the county
or Bradford, that they be then. and there in their
proper persons at I o'clock in the forenoon of said
day with record, inquistions;examinations and oth
er their remembrances, to do those who are bound
by, recognizance or otherwise to prosecute against
the prisoners who are or shalkbe bound to appear at
the said court, are to be then and there to prosecute
against them as shall be just. Jurors are requested
to be punctual in their attendance agreeably to their
Dated at Towanda the 25th day of October. in the
year of our Lord 1848 and of the Independence of
the United States th‘seventribird.
JOHN F. MEANS.Vbeinfr.
TAE undersigned, having been appointed an Aodi.
tor by the Orphans Court of the County of Brad
ford to adjust the accounts of El R. Myer, administra
tor of the estate of Wm. Myer. deceased, upon erzcep
lions filed, will attend to the duties ofthie appointment,
on Monday, the 27th day of November nest, at to'clock
in the anemone, at the house of Geo.'W. Mergers% in
the Boro' of Towanda, of which all peranna Will - pkaae
take notice. 025 H. W . PATRICK, Auditor.
J. N. SUMN ,M. D., DENTIST,
WILL pey-bk visit to Towanda, in October
nest, end msy be fon . rd et Weeentrres finest
His frienkore invited to call. dub?' 12, 1818
AA ,L 8
and t iplendid:,l
may be (and at,,Nr .
U 4211' I)WMIE, n goal assortment, including. Iron
.I.4("Steel, Nails, Le. at No. 2, B.lt. FOX'S.
ROA DCLOTHB. Ceseimerea. and Summer Stuffs
I --end endless moiety, to suit all tastes arid ell elao
ee of people. *ell ng extremely low at REED'S.
H Etieficoislea, Gißispies and Pierces Few
LVI lion Matches, by the MU or box. at No.I k
Row. nig CH A MBE RLIN & POUTER.
0. D. BARTLETT,
UMBRELLAS, the room ezungive
,asareonent eau brO, into Towanda,
o. 6. B. R. - REED'S.
AA. lIKIRGEA. Aecifterd,, in. „11;havAsap,ps•
,friesesets• Enke manse grist tidy. !ad
Obis kilos said Milk* Alio r
apt than duly itiOes . otintailfir moulliont•
"Sept.ll;' 1640. - .1011# ALEBeitla=
ADM ism RkTOWS NOTICE.
A LI. promensiodebord vows of BEIM.
lieKtAN, dir:i4,4!..C.41 01 7 1141 4.
Iwireby requested to age minim deli, and
daft hiprtui deign egain,t, mid. estate will, Pkase re
sent then duly aumbesriaitalfpf seitlinsent.
C. 8, m•KEAfir,
J. C.' 'MEAN,
September 6. IMO.
BY an order of o:c
the.orph.ohrt 0 0 064 4
will be e spoor(' to public Pak, op VhOnslity,lbe
30th day of November, 1848, at I o'olock a it., upon
she premise% the following property, to wit : A certain
piece or parcel of land, situate, lying end being in the
township of Lein,, county aforesaid, and bounded and
described as follows, to wit : Beginning at 'a Post, the
oast corner of J. Hunt's lot, thence north along said
Rent's let, mid widow Andrew's land:2s2 perches to a
post, thence east along the line of Sidney Btooe's land.
SI 11-10 perAm to a pod, thence south 254 perrbea to
the bank of Towanda creek at • post, thence up said
creek, the courses thereof, to the place of be ginning.—
Containing fifty seres,rarict measure, thirty ref** thereof
improved, beirg a part of the farmof the lib:Peter Wal
Attendance team and terms made known on the day
of sale. JOHN VANDYKE. Administrator.
Oct. 30. 1948. MARDELANA WALTERS. Ad.
BY an order of the Orphaw's Court of Bradford en.,
will he exposed to public pale on SATURDAY,
25th day of Nov. 1849, at I o'clock, upon the ;itemi
ses, a Tract of land situate in Orwell township Brad.
ford Co-., Containing sixty three semi, and bounded
on the north be lands of Weedy Robinson on the cast
by lands of Isaac Lyon, south_ by lands of Harry
Liner and on the wart by land of Danl. Robinson be
ing the same tract of land which Stephen C. Smith
mat wife by Herd dated Oct. 29th 1845. (recorded
in Deed Book. vol. 24 pages 866 &7) conveyed to
the said John Barnes Deed., with about twenty.five
acres thereof improved, and a small framed house there
Attendance given, and terms made known "on the
day of wale.. C. O. GRIDLEY.
October 31, 1948. Administrator.
©IIIIPLIELLINS (NDWILIP OLILLIfir
BY en order of the Orphans' Court of Bradford en.,
will be exposed to public sale on MONDAY,
20th - day of November 184111,at 2 o'elock, upon the pre.
mills, a piece or parcel of land in Towanda bore'., late
the property of Truman Kinsman deed., bounded on
the north by John Wilcox, on the east by William st.,
on the south by Division at. and west by Maio street,
containing about twenty-four square rods.
Attendance givtn,and terms made known on the day
1.. W . TIFFANY.
Ortoi,.• t ett ' Administrator.
19EGISTER'8. NO r!CES.-: Notice is hereby given
It to all person' intere...ed. 'hal
C Frisbie and George W. •dminig:retore of
the estate of Isaac Benjamin deed.. i..te of Orwell:
Russell Pratt; administrator of the estate of C-l'urge
Jeffries, dre'd. late of Sheshequin;
Perky H. Buck. administrator of the estate of Wm.
Burk.dec'if.. late of Pike ;
Georee H.-Shepard, one of the administrators of the
estate of Nathan Alvord, jr., late of Wells; .
Joseph Beeman, guardian of Mary Jane Cook, minor
clitd of A .eon Cook, late of Columbia.
D. L. Scott, administrator of the white of Wilson
Scott. dec'd., late of Towanda borough;
Elias Rockwell, administrator of Seinueiliockwell,k.
who was administrator of J. C. Rpee, dec'd, late of
Cyprisit Barns, executor of the estate of Joel Barns
dec'd, late of I beedl.
Charles Elsworth, administrator of th Crandel,
late of Windham tp
A W W dcos, administrator of the estate Nolan
Wilcox. deed. late of Leßoy.
Samuel Kellum. Guardian of T. LEnnis, minor
son of E. C. Ennis, doetE, late of Standing Stone.
Benjamin Thomas canenter of tbs estate of Oliver
Arnold. dee'd., late of Smithfield twp.
Wm E Maynard and L Goff, administrators of the
estate of J. B. Taylor, deed., late of Rotes—have filed
and settled in the office of the Regime, of Wills, in and
for the county of Bradford, the accounts of their seven;
administrations upon the estates aforesaid, and that the
same will be presented to die Orphan's court of said
county, on Monday, the 4th day of December next, for
confirmation and alkiwatier. L. E. DE WOLF, Beg.
Register's Office, Towanda, Nov. 1, ISIS. .
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.
BY virtue of en miler or th e Orphan's court of the
county of Bradford, will be exposed is patdie sale
en Wednesday, the 1124 day at November, 1848, at 10
o'clock. A . bl., upon the premises, the undivided tenth
of • certain lot, piece or parcel of land lying and being
in the township of Wyalusing.eounty aforesaid, hound
eJ and described as follows, to wit : Beginning on the
east bank of the Wyalusing creek, in the lies ft/nnerb'
dividing lands of Guy Wells and Joseph Black, deed..
thence by said line north 70° 80 perches, then& south
15° east 20 perches, thence south 70° west 80 perches,
thence along the Wysiusing creek up the wrenl cour
ses thereof, to the place of beginning. ("containing ten
ones and allowance, mostly improved, with a framed
house and framed barn thereon erected, with • small
ALSO—On the tame da. at 2 o'clock, P.M. , upon
the premises, the equitiblei interest in one other lot or
parcel of land, situated in said township, and bounded
followr, to wit: Beginning at the south west corner
of warrant lot No. 203, thence north 1° east 50 perches
to the south west corner of • lot belonging to Cyrus
Puller and Almon Fuller, thence ,south 89° east 236
perches to a post. thence south 1° pest 50 perches to•
post on the south line of warrant lot, thence north 89°
west 236 perches to the beginning. Containing 73
acres and 120 perches strict measure, about ten acres
therfof improved, with a log house thereon erected, and
a smell orchard growing upon the same.
- Attendance given, and terms made known on the day
of sale. CYRUS SHITMWAY,
Springhill, October 23, 1848. Administrator.
IL C. PORTER, M. D.
OFFERS his professional services to the people of
Towanda. and vicinity.
Office at Chamberlin & Porter's Drmi store, No. I,
BricVlßow. my 9
EX ECU TOR'S N ()TIC K
ALL "persons indebted to the Estate of HIRAM
RANNEY, deed late of Wells township are here:
by requested to male payment, without &Bay, end those
haying claims against the said estate will please present
them duly authenticated for settlement.
ALONZO C. NOBLE, Executor.
Oct. 13, 1343. 120w4
N f IEW P SCOOMPaiII
B. KINGSBERY &
ARE DOW receiving . sod will be every - dal fee two
weeks, a very large assoruneut of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
embracing every thing wanted by the buyers of cheap
goods • - Those having Cish to pay for goods. would do
well to call at our store and save %homily's@ from ten to
Illbeen per cent. At the end of two weeks we expect to
receive all our goods, at which time-we will gives more
extended description of the largest mid cheapest lot of
goods ever brought lo Towanda. net
IRON. Iron—A good ozoortment of Iturs. for sale at
the new Hord Wore Store. D. LORD.
Towson', Now. 7.1848.
11010NNET8.--Plartuee. straw. pearl atiaw. pad lace
Dameta ; also, perm-leaf and legbornikals,
July 14. . ELLIOTT 4141T0111KIES.
fiREEN PABABOUI—• kw more of thosirsplis.
%.-7 - did green silk sad Torkastin Molted psyssohi sod
reed sal soiling nil kw at rpra
riOUNTERPANES.—A few my choice sea es.
mc'd by ELLIOTT & TOMEI:VI
1 , A:==
Which Is also a Univers*" Family Embrocation for
Diseases of the Daman Flesh. •
rpm inul experience hive fully peeved that that this
HMV FlkBAlls REMEDY bus. not not its equal
on the list of popular medicines, having burn more than
14 years before the public , .
Testimony (tribe most disinterested Character of its
wonderful effeets on the animal economy is almost dai
ly preprinted to the proprietor.
A young men in the ton* of Wilson, whose clothe ,
were burnt off of him, was restored (without suffering)
by the timely ore of the Oil.
Numerous are the unsolicited stilton/cis of patients
themselves, and others who have used the Oil, ni cures
which in themselves appear remarkable, that they at
all interested in a pecuniary point, they could hardly
have been credited.
The following diseases are among many others - in the
cure of which this Oil has been completely successful
and in which others had entirely filled :
Sperms, Sweeney, Ringhone, Wiudgalls, Poll Evil. Cal
bus, eructed Heels, Galls of all kinds, Lameness,
Fresh Wounds, Sprains, Bruises,
Foundered Feet, Scratches, or Grease Mange, Rheu
matism. Bites of Animals, External Poisons, Painful
Nervous Affections, nest Bites, Boils, Conic Whit
lows, Burns and Scalds„ Chilblains, Chapel hands,
Cramp, Contractions of the Muscles, Swellings,
Weakneis of the Joints', Caked Breasts, &c.
CAUTION TO PURCHASERS.
Beware of COUNTERFEITS, and be sore the name
of the Sole Proprietor, GEORGE W. MERCHANT,
LOCKPORT. N. Y., is blown in the aide of the bot
tle, or in his hand writing over the cork. Don't he
persuaded to take any thing else with the promise it is
just as good. die., &c. This is practised by those un
principled dealers whose conscience will stretch like
India R biters, and who are of a kindred spirit of those
in our large cities, whose nefarious practices have so re
cently been exposed to the action of Congress.
- Those who attempt to Counterfeit tbia ankle are re.
furred to the law of New York. of May 1815. by which
it will be seen that every parson meddling in these
cautuerfeite is subject to indictment, iumptisonmetn, and
A person selling out of this state, will be liable toar.
restrwhen in the state, and also to he held u a witness
against those be bought of or sold (or.
All Orders addressed to the proprietor, will he respond
Gel a pamphlet of the Agent and see 'what wonders
are az-omplished bv the use of this medicine. •
Sold by respectable dealers generally in the United
Stites and Canas.a,. -
For sale by Chamberlin &. Porter, Towanda, E. D.
Wells. Lawrenceville, Edwin Dyer, Covington. Abel
Turret!. Montrose, Pomp & Kinsey.Easton. Luria
Smith & Co.. Allentown, H. U. Marti', South Easton.
Oct. 15th 184$. n2O y I.
GREAT L SS OF LIFE,
DPIECIPZIIIICRES EILLIIVZ.3II ,
THE Subscriber respectful
. niMily informs the citizens of To
wanda that he has opened a
Market_ sis dm Union Block,
one doe* weal se Woodruff's
_ Hotel (basement story) and
will endeavor to keep constantly on band, and supply
those who wish the means of " good living." with Salt
and Fresh Beef Mutton, Leath, Veal, Port, &e, of the
finest quality !Ind in the hest order.
oxY Candles & Soap by the hoz or pound, constant
ly kept on hand and for sale at low prices.
Towanda, Aug: 29. 1848. A. HAWLEY.
Just rewiring a large and Rid Stork of
New Fail and Winter .Goods, at
FOSS OPEAP STORE.
TITIIRCH foe variety, quality and cheapness will well
VT compare with anything of MI kind io the Coon
try. Any one who will die me the favor to call and
examine any of my Goods I think can't fail to bewailed
both with quality and price. The stock includes a great
variety of Rich New Styles of Dress Goods such as
Plain and Fig'd. Blue, Pink mid Scarlet all wonted
DeLanes, Flied Cashmeres, Thibet Cloths, Coeurgs,
Silk Plaid Madonean, Plaid DeLanes, Black Plaid,
Striped and Silk warp Alpaca, Black Bombe/Ms.
French and Scotch Gingham*, also, Fgench, English,
andAmeriain Cloths, Caraimerea and vesting'. Sheet
ing*, Shirting; Ticking, Cotton Yarn. Wicking, Wad
ding, Batting and a choice lot of Fresh Groceries, Fish
Hardware, Iron, Naila, Crockery, Boots and Shoes all
of which will be sold at very low Prices, at
E. T. FOX, No 2, Brick Row.
Towanda, Oct. 16,:1845.
bENREMBtiI OUTFITTING ESTABUSNMENT,
lio. 17, Cortland st., Ncw York.
STRANGERS and citizenedesirons to replenish their
wardrobes, may be immediately accommodated io
the very best style, and at sus townr cps rßicts,
with a choice selection of
FALL AND WINTER GARMENTS,
of the newest patterns, of superior make and finish, and
of the best materials, equal in everyto the best
custom work. Having adopted the =orinciple, upon
which certain celculations can be made, and which be
has pursued successfully for upwardspf ten years, h, op•
position to the mina:l4l,,m of credit, Which imposes
the necessity of exacting unnecessarily high prices from
es, Imo customers ; be continues to provide, end has
now constantly on band owe of the largest most fashion
able and choke assortments of
Ready Made Clothing, in America.
From which gentlemen May depend upon suiting them
selves satisfactorily, as nerds quality, style and price.
His stock embraces ovsaeorrs and CLOAKS of the
most approved styles : Daum, Fence and other Cora.
Pasiatoosra,of every desirable pattern, and the tidiest
assortment of BLACK. 'SAria, CAssertess. and other
styles of Winter Viers.
The FANCY DISSAKTKILTT embraces all the new and
elegant petters*, and latest and m o st desirable styles of
Fancy, Silk and Satin Cravata, Suspenders, Gloves and
Hosiery, Shirts, Bosoms and Collars, Carpet Bags. &c.
In addition to the ahem variety of Ready Made Arti
cles, he has for isle by, the piece or yard, at as low pa.
me as can be Mood in either of the Atlantic cities * •
beentifeil assortment o(rhe best quality
- Cloths, Casidaerat and riellitrigt.
QjGenrletsen can have their orders filled at a few
hours notice, and sent to any part of the United Stairs—
and by sending their Measures, can obtain Clothing on
as good terms as though they were present to select for
themselves. Address, J. 0. BOOTH.
Sept. 1848. 27, Cortland st., New York.
0:1' For the liberal skate of patronage which has been
extended to him for so' many years,he returns unfeigned'
acknowledgements, and he promises that noefforts shall
be spared en his part in future tot continue to serve his
customers on as favorable ierum Y any other house in
(LOTUS & Vowing., Overawe
Cloths. such es blown. olive sod - mired bet.
vets will be wed very st SAVINGS
11011AINT8, 011.11 DYE-STUFFS, also Matelot
by the growl, at Flo. 2, B. Ft.
. venefe„,7 . , P.s.ltrtik,... •
FIRST ARRIVAL . OF FALL k WINTER
C' e r g
R ~rE :!_,,,00•11e.. 1164.0 4 t h ! i t — , aormeo ,
she hog* . Us* ittlik101)8:
rye, 'WSW:: lOW' tersipiiiriniailit illlirt' imiry
wasted. by mellie at erfrghinefteileciadities.
AU dome ittattniti to poreittoo Goado kr earl; will
Gail it rialto* intorno to ezantitto-thirdizeka
, Towonillo.Soptetobrt IQ, 1848 . • • . '
Exec:Ai rows NOT ICE.
ALL persona indebted to the estate et Wl4.
ALLEN.. deed., la* of Fraaktin teem, ere hereby
requestea to-make paymeat without delay; and those
having claims against the Mid estate irillpleaseparsent
them duly authenticated for.seldrairat.
A. 0.. PICKARD, Eseciaer.
Leroy, September le, 161 x.
(1120CERIES.--Gooll young byson and hymn skin
tess, s at 371 •Al conts—•rid sugar to sweeten
it at 6* and 8 cents; aU other kinds of Groceries in Iwo.
portion at the Central littnre. N. N. BErrs..-
VXPECTEI) in • kw di7s. • few more Wads of
New Good's, •t N: N. BETTS'.
DR. JACKS() ILE EMBROCATION.—
This is no diaguttin . westing pill, potion, or
mixture ; nothing that prod pain or
irrilmi"a • bu t ?
a medicine that is at once pleasant and agreeable in its
application, affording immediate relief, and will CUM the
very worst rases of painful, itching or bleeding.
a very few days. Call la CNIANSIMILIN & Pearez's
Drug Stow., No. I. Brick Row, Towanda, and you will
not go home Without a bottle.
GREAT REVOLUTION IN FRANCE,
Nerdy for the teint cif cheap REVOLUTION ,
humpy / Great Rush at the
NEW CLOCK ND WATCH STORE!
JAMES P. BULL respectfully informs the citizens
of Towanda and vicinity. that he has lately return.
ed Irom Philadelphia, and permanently located in To
wanda, one door below the Drick,Row,in the room for
merly occupied by Mercues Hat Store; where may be
found gold and abler watrino, gold, fob and guard
chains, gold and silver pencils. gold pens, breast pins,
finger rings. &c., cheap for cars, and every article war
ranted. A large supply of Cl. - ICKS, uf=the latest im
proved patterns, 'tinning from 3Q hours totlll days and
• month, with on. winding.
cO - • Particular attention paid to rePairin l CLOCKS,
sk.JEWELRY, of every ription, and
from the long experience which he bus ha in the bra
sinew, work left in his care will be don 6 ihi the best
workmanlike manner. Old gold anti silver taken in
exchange. To:initials. Annex 16, 18484
GROCERIES & LIQUORS.
JOHN B. FPRD has just received. at his Drug store
one dour below Kingsbery's store, iu B.Kingsb!ry's
new brick block:11411in street. a large addition to his
former assortment, which he now offers to the attention
of the public. His stock now comprises every article
usually kept, among which may be found the following:
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
Opium, cream tartar, camphor, misfile soap, liqtiorice,
balsam copaibs, rhubarb, jslap, aloes, flowers chamo
mile, gum *rabic, castor oil, quicksilver, magnesia, roll
and flour solphlr, ref red and crudstorar t , ca lomel, rod
precipitate, cor ro sive sublimate, aqua smoonia, tartaric
acid, epsom salts, landunum, 'eons. staliihate quinine,
all of the essential oils, gum myrrh, csnihtuides, gum
tragscanth, corks, sarsaparilla, gamboge, lithar ig e, spir
its turpentine, rotten stone, umber, terra de sienna, salt
peter, mania seed, isinglass, cubebs; sonata, ate.
ill ;( 0 : 0 3 11301
Crushed, leaf, wed moscavado sugars. cheaper limo
am be bought elsewhere in town ; black sal green tea ;
saberatus, pepper, Apia., mustard. pepper "mace, raisins,
nutmegs, clams" mace, Rio and Java cake, starch, gin
ger, oils. blacking. castile, brown, mirirgared and fency
map. sperm soil tallow candke, tobacco, organ and
mutt; easichse, kw, ote.
Copier., Otard, peach and American Brandy; Bt.
Croix. Jimmie and New England Rum ; swan, lion
and Baltimore Gin; Scotia'. Irish • and Monongahela
Whiskey ; Meanie. pale and brown Sherry. pare juice,
Pos. Mimi**. Lisbon, Malaga. Muscat, claret and
ehempaigne wines. alcohol, 4c.
PERFUMERY & FANCY GOOD&
Bay water. layseder, coking. and raw want, mac
easier and twar's oil, ono roses. es marrow, ponratem,
rouge, pearl powder, bendeline, tooth. hair, nail
and clothes brushes. feather dilaters, calf wallets, boy's
belts, combs, pins. Ash hocks. pencil paws. playing
cans, penitence caps, ink, steel pens, cats.
Western Panacea. Balm of Colombia, Pink Syrup,
Komatock's V ' Hats Liniment, Mother's Re
lief. Pain Extract , al, Hair dye, Andrew's
and Mrs. Brown's lain Ilea, Godfrey ' s cordial, Adhe
give plaster, Townseld" Webster's, Wood's and Weep.
herdesSetsaparilla, Lithontripie mixture, Wistir'slah
sem, Hungarian Balsam of Life; Upbars's Eleetuary,
M'A Miter's Ointment. Shepherd's, Komstocks, Otrick's
and Fahnestock's Vermifuge, Brown's celebrated Lotion
for Consumption, Sovereign balm pills, sugar coated
Pills, and all the mod popular/medicines of the day.
• irl• The stock is complete, containing everything
kept in the largest establishments, and is elrered at the
lowest possible prices.
Remember, that Ford's Cheap Drug. Grocery and
Liquor Store, is in Kingabery ' s new block.
Towanda, 7, 1848.
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS.
300 VOLS. published by the Amer Man Sunday
School Union, sad for sale tow in quantities
to suit prawn. my 23 0. D. RARTLETT.
New Arrangement and New Coady.
ROGER FOWLER halting just received direct from
the city, a new and large assortment of Fall and
Winter Goods. announces to the public that he will sell
the samfir at unusually low prices. His assortment con
sists of Day GOODS, Gaocaaiss, HAIRDWAILA, CROCK.
say, CiirLuis, &c., &0., and being selected with care
and bought at the lowest rates, offers inducements sel
dom to be met with.
Monroeton, Oct. 13, 1848.
SHEETINGS AND ESHINTINDS.—If you will ex
amine oar stack, you will be sure to boy, unless
you shookl think the price so low, that there was some
thing wrong in it. KINGSBERY & CO.
T HE Co-Partnership heretofore existing between the
subscribers is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. The books, accounts, notes„ judgments, Ste., are.
in the hands. of IL•Fowler,,lor- settlement, and those
knowini themselves indebb d will do well to all and
settle moo. BEVELLON 1. FOWLER,
Monnietan, Oct 13, 1838.
10ERSOICS purchasing goods will do well to call and.
1 examine our goods before purchising elsewhere„
as our stock is large and well aeleeted, sod purclumed!
when the goods are lowest: so that we have a consido-:
cable advantage over those who purchased earlier. We
can accommodate our custoiners with almost everything
they wish, from a coffee mill to a corn shellgr.
July 14. ELLIOTT & TONIKINS.
AUDITORS NOTICE. -
rrllg'Subsen'ber having been. eripointed by the Or.
phan'a Coon of Bradford twenty . Auditor to
Mershon the assets of the of Arvin. Clark, diM'd.
Will attend torbeduties of his appointment et . the home
of Ira C Dullodt in Smithfield' township at one o'eloilt
in theafternoon of tbe 14th day of November nest.
ISAAC W. FASSIT, Auditor.
Oct. 12, 1848. n'2o w 4
A WNB.—lrteneb, Anemic:On and Oipodie Lawns. L
a beautiful assortment; alio, plaid hod figured silk
woof vamps. .1717 -XINGSBERT & CO.
AQUANTITY SUPERFANE FLOUR joie
received, and for sale by use mirth bow
ERCURWI or load.
at je 27 • M.
diang*, ll ' l
ed by C. LAN
ow tura. NO.
nth as Sili
he made Ili
tame. 1 . 1
for the last
*oft him In
jog it to th
of Fashiiine, which
leg. on reawnoble
Towinds, Jane 6 ,
IQ PEEING ANP
cription. for old'
iniames and old lull
and the poor; all a
akticles in the line oj
with a pertect,..rush.
lawn gingham., dar I
French lawns. bent
are now selling low.
June 14. 1818. •
SHEI IFF'S SALE. _
BY virtue of sun .ry writs of 'semi. expo. lona net
of the court of •ommourkes of Bradford Emmy,
to me dineird, I s it expose to.puntie sale lathe hoe•-•
of T. P.Wondruff, the tximugh of Towanda, on Mon
day the 4th Jay of ECEMBER next, at two e'elork
P. M., die foliowin piece or parcel of land ha the
township of Ulster, nd bounded North by D. IL then
East by 8. Sweet. uth by the Mein road and Wed
by Holconibs.. airing half an acre all improved,
with one framed ho and a few fruit nets thereon.
Seized and taken to execution at the suit of-. D. Van
&monk use vs. id hiss Lent.
ALSO.--The imp piece er parcel of land ritual.
in the bore' of Tow Ws, bounded on the North by •
Street leading from "lain street to the Susquehanna
River, oar the East yan Alley on the South by the lot
on which the Ba • t Meeting Bnonr-litandb and en the
West by 'Mains cootaialag one fourth of an acre
more mien with .framed &telling home and barn
- t - r 7
ESeised.and niken in execution at ilte suitof Etietbeth
Means •s. A. M. Coe. and Wm. Patton.
ALSO—One half of a grist mill, dam and ram with
the appurtannel a mill house and all the round on
which they are sit ated, together with that occupied as
a Mill yard, situate on the- Wyalusing creek in the tp.
of Pike, in the ear tie of Bradford.
Seized and taken in execution et • the suit of Bald
win, Phelps & Co., va. Edward W. Jones. .
ALSO—A partl of land situate in Burlington mrp .
ai l .
bounded north.by ores Calkins. east by Joel Calkins,
"arab by Allen M' ean , west by Jesse Beach. Oust.
mining about rig acres.
Seized and tak in execution sidle soil of R. B. Da.
virlson et al., &c., s. Allen M'Kean.
ALSO—A pi of land in Springfidd, hounded north
by E. Ketchum. east by Bailey..south by H. L.
Roes, and west by l--- Hicks. Containing fifty 'aces.
with twenty.Sve ism improved, one framed house and
framed barn and
4 t n apple orchard thereon.
Seized and tak n in execution at the suit of R.B.D*-
vidson. et al. vic A lonzo Sherman.
ALSO...A piece of land in Orwell township, hound
ed north by lands of Nathaniel Chuhasek, east by Ches
ter -Hill, on the south by:Ezaiah Colborn, and on the
Ingby Sandfonl Prince and Nathaniel Beeman. Con
tai twenty-twb saes. with about twelve acres ins
-with one Framed beam, Jog barn, one apple ee
Seized and tak in execution al the suit enemas
J. Timber's use, vi . .Chandler Prince.
ALSO—The [lowing described piece oft parcel of
land situated in Springhill township, and bounded
north by land of aniel Lacey. east by 4. Anestrmog
south by Lacey, west by John Raseerance. Coo
tabling fifty.az .
Reined and tak a in execution at the suit of Jane E.
BMW& vs C Smith.
ALSO—AII t piece parcel of ground situated,
and lying in H ' k township . Bradford county. boon
ded as the N by lands of lanes Rogers, east by
oni T a.
lands of Edward Overton , south by leaden( team Bar.
bee, and west by of lease Caveman ands public
med. Containin about lifty.fivii acres with about
twenty-five saes improved and a small log or framed
house, and barn hereon:
Seised and tak in execution at the suit of Edward
Overton. vs. Ti 1 CollMn"-
ALSO—By a writ of Levaii Facies, all that en.
tali) tract or pace of land situated .m the south side oho.
wands creek in the township of Monroe, Bradford co.,
and bounded by he several' tracts of land "dented to
and in the name , f Robert Shewell and Aaron Levy,
the said Towanda creek and a branch thereof or lands
of William car ay and Alice Stipplee. Containing
three hundred an six acres more oriels, with one dou
ble saw mill.. th dwelling houses, ole framed bans
and shed, and abbut one hundred saes improved—also
an orchard the ; excepting and reserving from tE
above described s and tenements ' the lands &c.,
leased by the pl intiff to C. L. Ward, as per vele .
file&Feb'y. 16th 1847, and dated Feb ' y. 12th 1847, •
full description o which is filed and recorded in Brad
'ford common pl No. 69, Dec. arm, 1846.
Seized and t en in !mention at the rail , of Wm.
Potts et. al. vs. Yin. T. Bradford.
JORN F. MEANS. Sheriff.
Towanda,-Oct. 16th, 1848.
%-) sage and hl
ore. Two shill,
bu• mind, the
BONNETS. 'A choice selecn"ou of MIMIC( lace,
China pear • Pamela. Leghorn, and other frWhion
able styles of lad es' and misses' Bonnets. very cheap;
alio Bonnet ribbOns, artificial', wreaths, &c.
mar 17 KINGSBERY &
OINEWB T 01.013.—A goad assortment of Bead,
JMoulding a Bench' PLANES, armoring plows,.
and other Joiner Tools, just received from the mow.
factoryomd for le low by . O. D. BARTLE rr.
DANrEL I, IRD takes this nvethrel to Intone the
1* inhabitants . Bradford Co., 1112i1 the aunouniling
country, that be receiving at the . cold wand of J. P.
Kirby, a- large a . wellaelectal assortment of
31E- 7 31( AIL. ' mii. liwir . ..m. !Eft Ml2a,
Consisting, in pa . of the tollouleg : Nails, emssi. sin,
sheet bon bar a. J sheet trail, had pips of vorionerdass,
anvils, yoga an staple vices. crow bars. spades, abo
eels end rote, ...U. X cut, circular, panel & wok seam..
WNW HADWARE, - CARPEMERTI & BIER'S
"Tooli,Housa Trimming! of various descriptions. '
COOK PARLOR STOVES,
Latest im Alia, the Self- Reg ulalisug Par
lor Skim He in madinfaetam and keep on bond
-Copper, 1 n, and Sheet Iron Ware,
of inda, at low pkgs. All penman wishing
to II wore, will do well to call on D. Vont
pm ' at any other place. His stock is en
tirely are tad re b. lie Will sell as cheap la nay nth
or establish twitbin 100 miles of this place, (no
mistake.) All kindd d Copper. Thl addiebodt iron
Ware, lepeirad and mad* mores in matkamanka law
oar. Towanda, June 26, 1846. ,
4,40 t .. •
.4.4111T111.ms 6nss. Nre
IIIIIINwe• MsN 41an,
lalinb law bi4sti
s wJI itiMp
rest pses , •
kc, 4•4 • •
aottanqy •kg, •
Ake, sit of whit* grill
been • .prarliesl . Taitur
of NevOrerit. defiers
isfectioo to sR who say fir
mks hie own inapt,.
UPluir permits obis
Mak; mod CaltiwtEdone
heir rivarnts 1111111P•iii.
done-with wafter and
A. Whrekes Report.
• can furnishto sock as aro dram
s. B. A. ISMITH.
s ever sold in Towanda,
G AT THE SAVNGS BA! C !
UMM ER GOODS of every des.
mei% and young min, for 'dung
for the high, the low, the rich,
now be accommodated. A few
Dress tirade, which are going of
CAD here mention, sorb as Frchi
and light ginghanni, linen Justres;
es, and • great assortment of P. l o ts
1r than the foiled at No. 5.'R R.
A choke ',election of Merrimack, or-
• pink and au other kinds, small
ng calico for nine rents; call and see,
y place is KIND/MERV & CO.