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TERMS OF PE BINGHAMTON BOARDING SCHOOL .
FOR board and tution ' including Orthography. Rea-
ing Writing, Arithmetic. Algebra, Book-keeping,
E ng li,ds Grammar. Rhetoric, Composition, Geography,
Use of theGlobes,Mineralogy, Natural Philosophy and
Ammo nay. (with the use of,, good apparatus to Wm,
bats those studies,) Moral Philosophy and Chemistry,
payede quarterly in advance, per annum, $lOO 00
Day sCholars, per quarter, 400
French. per quartet,
Music. (on the piano,) per quarter,
Embroidery and rug work,
Any young lady receiving instruction on the piano,
is privileged to learn rug-work, or any one of the above
anguages, and the same time, without additional charge.
To a young lady who studies the Engli s h Wrenches,
the terms of learning each of the above branches, are
per quarter, $3 00
Instructions on the Guitar, 4 00
Use of Pianos, 75
Drawing and painting 'in water colors. including
the use of materials, such as drawing paper,
paints, pencils, &c.
Oil painting on canvass.
Painting transparent window shades, including
the supply of materials, each
Formula pAintigh on paper, silk and velvet, per
Gilding on silk': crape. &c.
Wax flowers, per quarter,
Pens and ink, "
Board in vacation. $2 00 per week,
Letters post-paid, addressed to the Misses WHITE
&GRIFFIN, Binghamton, Broom co., N. Y., will re
ceive prompt attention.
LIST OF JURORS drawn Er' May Term and ses
sions—commencing May 7, P 319,
Athens bo—T. Hasten; Athens tp—Geo. Northrop ;
.Burlington—James Huston, Emanuel Guyer;
Culumbia—Dan'l Corey, Chas. Kees, H. South;
Canton—Geo. W. Gran ; Durel— Wm. Place ;
Herrick—Hiram Camp; Monroe—A.l. Cranmerti
Leroy—Ledyard Chaapel, Edward Wouiter ;
Orwell—Theopilus Humphry ;
Noine—G. F. Young, M. C. Cannon;
s,pringfiedd—J. Mattocks Jr.; Sinithfield—J.Geroulds
Troy ip—Alfred Leonard; Warren—Calvin Arnold;
Wyalusing—:stlas Buck; Wells—Samuel Gordon ;
Windham—Edward Boardman, J. Duane.
Albany—Geor g e Eberly, Ira Dodge, Joseph Lee ;
Athens tp—Li.Saterlee; Athens bo—C.N.Shipman ;
Asylum—Jason Horton; Burlington—S.B. M'Cord;
Columbia—T. D:Gustiu, William H. Gernet ;
Canton"—Eph. Case; Herrick—Wm. C. Knapp;
Litchfield—C. Bloodgood ; Monroe—J. G. Mason ;
Orwell—John W. Payson, Nelson Bosworth;
P ike,-Sam'l Buck; Ridgberry—Sam'l Coleman;
South'Crk—B. Quick ; Wyaldsing—H. Shumway ;
Springfield—A. Grace, C. S. Bent', ey ;
S. Stone—J. H. Badger; Towanda tp—H. Granger;
Tiny tp—Timothy Case, David Foyer ;
l'lsicr—Harry Gore; Towanda bi —A.D.Montan)e;
Warren—A.C ! burn, B. Dar ink, Wm. Braid-ley ;
Windham—Pt tv o , burne, Alezar.der Hand, Beni.
C. Elsbree, Lewis Loveland ; . •
Wysex—Frank. Brown, George Strope.
TRAVLIISE JrllllllS-SECONIII WEEK.
A rmenta—Dan'l (.:landal I ; Viall ;
Athens tp—A maga %Valker ;
Athens bo—W. Shapley. H. R. Backus, G. Fritcher:
Burlington—J. Loveland, F. Whitehead;
Durel—Daniel Cook; Wane:lle—Luther T. Clark ;
Monroe—Hiram Sweet; Pike—H. B. Vangilder ;
Rome—Jas.. L. Parker; springtield—C. Burgess;
Ridgberrv—J. Burt. D. Driscoll, Sturges Squires;
sinithfieril—Jno. Wood, B. Tuttle, M. Bullock;
shesliequin—Harry Shaw, D. Davidson ;
andin 4 St.me—Hiram Gordon, Charles Roof;
:..pringh ill—A Kinney; Trov bo—W. P. Newberry;
Towanda tp—N. Bennett, William Campbell;
" bo—D. C. Hall, Burton Kingsbery ;
Warren—E. E. Allen, Manson Ellshree;
Windham—James Bush, William Sibley;
Wy•on—Drivld Shoors; Wells—J9hri BrAsted.
W. R. SMALL & W. [3, CUTTING,
TKE this method of informing the citizens of T o.
wanda and liteinity, that they ha%e taken a room
over the store of J. Kingsbery, for the purpose of taking
LIKENESSES by the Daguerrean process. The pub
lic are reepectfully invited to call, whether they wish
for pictures or not, and examine specimens. Those
that wish to have pictures taken in a desirable and par
reedy satisfactery manner, and in a style of bold relief,
well defined outline, softnecs and licitness of tone, and
permanency of ifripres4ion, are, with all deference, so
licited for patronage. We have a large german Ca
mera, the best kind in use; also, a fine as-ortment of
stock, consisting of Fancy, Cases, Gold Lockets, orna
mented and plain Cases, 4'e.
. Pictures taken without regard to weather, and
copied from Daguerreotypes, portraits or engravings, and
',et in rings, bracelets and pins, or in any style desired.
Prices Or single pictures from $1 50 to $6. In lock
ets, (ram $3, to $f 5. March 5, 1649.
(IHARLES REEL) having assigned all his estates
rights and crediti to the subsc•tber, for the ts•iodit
rt . his creditors, it therefore heroines absolutely necesas•
ry that all debts due the said Charles Reed should be
settled - and paid without delay, and 611 persons having
claims against him are requested to present them at Noi
5. Brick Row, in the how' of Toaramlit, his late place
of business, for adjustment. An early attention to the
settlement of this business is most earnestly desired, as
the subscriber - will be obliged to put all debts due the
s.nd Reed in a course of collection, without disiinction
of persons, after the first day of March nett. The goods
now on hand, belonging to the above concern, compris
iiig a great - variety of very valuable and seasonable ar
ticles, will be sold for CASH, Al' CaST.
H. W. TRACY, Assignee.
Towanda, Feb. 10, 1849.
PUBLIC NOTICE !
persona indebted to the late firm of Burros
-J and Lsnn, are hereby notified that unless set
!lenient hi made by the second week of February court
th. , accounts will be placed in the bands of an officer
for immedia'e collection. S. HUSTON.
Towanda, Jan. JBlO. C. K. LAUD.
A. CHAMBERLIN respectfully Inform the
1 V public that he hes removed his establishment to
he room lately occupied by H. Vandercook. as an of
flee, where he will be always on hand to collect erring
I, me-pieces. He offers for sale his large assortment of
Jewrlry atimusnally lOW prices. •
Towanda, Jun. 31. 1849.
A FRONT ROOM in the second story of No. 1•
1 Brick Row, over the Drug Store; also the room
in the third story formerly occupied as the Masonic
Hall. Fur particulars enquire of
Feb-13, 1849. E!'10. TOMKINS.
NEW DRUG NE
'UM MKS allgriabalso
lIA V ING made at ranproenta with Dr. C. K.I.ADD
I thO S u brie r iber takes pleasure in announcing the
tile Doctor twill 'hereafter give his personal attention
Wlo:ly to his business.
Tar Drugs end Medicines will be ender the Doctor's
ripervisirm, whore skill and experience in physics can
-1."1 ':e questioned. jy 16 H. MIX.
LAST ARRIVAL OF
WINTER GOODS !
H. S. & M. C. MERCUR,
"11 .EVE the **bare of announcing to the public
1 1 the they are now receiving another large and
gerleral assortment of GOODS. .. .
Towanda, Dec. I, 1848.
BON, Iron—A good assortment of Irothior side at
'be new Hird Ware Store. D. LORD.
Jwanda, Nor, 7,1818.
NEW GOODS AT. THE
CENTRAL STORE !
NOW opening at the shove establishment • very
. large and desirable assortment of FALL AND
WINTER GOODS, which will he sold at very low
rates. Business at this establishment conducted upon
fair and honest principles. Yon have our thanks• fur
past liven and we hope for n continuance of the same
as we are bound to sell Goods Cheap.
Towanda, Dec. 4. 1848. N. N. DEPTS.
Luntl:llsll6 &MO FLOBaraik_fti
THE subscriber still eoutinues
manufacture and keep on hand
A the old stand of Tonikins and
Makinson, all kizds of cane and
ood seat CHAIRS; and SET
'EES of various kinds, & BED
TEADS of every description,
ehich I will sell low for cash
I.r Produce, or Pine or Cherry
_umber. or cl air plank, will be
received for work. TURNING done to order in the
neatest manner. Also,
make and kept on hand, or made to order, im the heat
manner. JAMES MA KINISQN.
Towanda, innuery 4. 1R49.
THE. LATEST ARRIVAL
MORE NEW GOODS.
11VE are now recei%ing and opening a new and
V general assortment of Goods just from the Qua
ker City, and we confidently say they cannot be beat
for variety, neatness of style, quality or quantity and
they must and shall be sold as low as the samoloods
can be bought this side of the city. Our stock is full
and complete, consisting of every thing mankind stand
in need of. The stock is made hp of Dry goods,,Gro
ceries, Hardware, Crockery, Iron and Nails, Pollux,
Oils, Glass, Varnish, Dye-stuffs, Hoots, Shoes, Leather,
Fish, Salt, and in 'fact' everything that is in demand,—
Persons making purchases will do well to call and ex
amine our stock before purchasing, as we make no
charges for showing goods.
A good and cheap 'variety k of Alpaccas, gingham',
Oregon plaids and Delaina, a large and good assort
ment of Cloths Csssimeres, sattinetts, Kentucky Jeans,
sattin and silk vestingsf table diaper, brown and blue
cotton and brown and blue linen table cloth, Muffs of
all sizes prices and descriptions, Buffalo robes, Sheet
ngs, shirtings both brown and bleached. Hats and caps
of the latest styles, wool shirts and drawers, Carpet
ha s, gloves and mittens, Hosiery; any juantity of cnt:
ton am and cLrdet yarn, white and colorer] all of
whir will be sold cheaper for cash, than at My orher
establishment in town.
ELLIOTT & TOMKINS
Townnde, Nov. 16, 1848.
DRS. HUSTON & PORTER,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.:
OFFICE, at No. 1, BRICK ROW, where they may
at all times be fou tl, ready. to attend to calls in
their profession. Towanda, Jan. 10, 1849.
PARTICULAR NOTICE !
EVERY pirson indebted to me. by note or otherwise,
are hereby notified that immediate payment must
he made, or they will be subjected to the cost of enfutc
ins. collection. I trhst this notice will be sufficient,
without putting me to the necessity of pacing my de
mewls in the hands of a magistrate, for indiscriminate
prosecution. feb2B D. C. HALL.
WHEREAS, MY WIFE, MARY MOStER,
LEFT my bed and board, ou the 29th inst., without
any just cause or provocation, this is hereby to
'forbid any person harboring, or rivaling her on my ac
con nt, as I will pay no debts of her eoniraielintr.
A'bany, Feb. 26, 1849. ORWELL W.MOSHER.
THE NOMINATIONS ARE MADE, •
AND DOW IT
TNZII 33,M MIADMED9
F. HARDER respectfully washes to inform the
Vs citizens of Towanda, and the public that he has
commenced the •
HARNESS AND' TRUNK MAKING BIBINESS,
in Towanda, on Main street, a few doors above Bridge
street, where he will keep constantly on hand or make
in ord-r. Plated and common. Harness, Trunks and
Tt auk railcrs, and all kinds of work in his line. CA R
-121 AG E: TRIMMING and MILITARY WORK done
to order. From his experience in the bu.ineea, and
punctudlity .in attending to it, he hopes he may receive
a share of pul.lic patronage.
irj• All kinds of work may he had at his shop cheap
er than at any other shop in this county.
Towanda. June 12, :8413. ly 1
Li AS removed his office to D Cash's new office. on
J- . r.erou.l htreet, where he ari be plenr..ecl 'ogee those
need his prosssiona7serv:ces. Dcc. 20, 1847. E
Towanda. 9tl Zilla 30. 1847.
T LYSSES MERCUIL, has removed his Law Office
to the second titury of Monhnye's New Block
corner of the Public Square and Main street.
Towanda, Dec. 30th. 1848.
GREAT LOSS OF LIFE,
uamza -- 2 EtILMZSL692 I c
THE Subscriber respectful
• ly informs the citizens of To
t, ' „. " I, c O; ' wands that he has opened a
I Market in the Union Block,
, one door west of Woodruff's
Hotel t (basement story) and
will endeavor to keep constantly on hand, and supply
those who wish the means of "good living," with Balt
and Fresh Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork, of the
finest quality and in the beat carder.
(y.'7l. Candles lit Soap by the hoz or pond, constant
ly kept on band and for isle at low prices.
Towanda, Aug. 29. 1818. A. HAWLEY.
GREAT BARGAINS AT CANTON
SELLING OFF AT COST !!
GREAT INDUCEMENTS- TO BUY!!
THE subscriber offers his entire stock .of NEW
GOODS at the followin g reduced prices:
Calicoes . d to • 9 cents.
43 to 10 8.
Flannels 123 to 20 "
Cotton Flannels, 6 to. B "
.Broadcloths,.... , 150 to 250 "
Sattinetts 25 to 75 "
Shawls, 32 to 300 "
Alpacas,. • 12 W 373 "
rectory, 43 to . 83 "'
GROCERIES and QUEENSWARE in proportion
—end will take all kinds of Grain in exchange. Will
pay for Oats 30, cents Corn 1 cent per lb.; Bucks/heat
37 . ,1 2 cents; Whcat $1 per bushel.. The stock of goods
were bought last fall. Now is your tirne, ladies and
gentlemen, to make a California fortune.
Craton, reh. 12. 1840. .1. E. LIES.
NOTICE TO RETAILERS.
NOTICE is hereby given that all Retailers of For
eign Merchandise who do not pg. their Limeys
within twenty days, will be subjefted to costs.
Feb. 7, 1849. J. NI .PECK, Treasurer.
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
• , THE subscriber offers for sale his Farm.
situated near Noah Bliss', in Springfield
Bradford county, cnnte n lag 105
acres, about' 60 acres improved, vib good
rail and nak timber, and a sugar grove tbe- , 01. The
farm is bitn sled near the centre of the tow, e` , •p is pear
ly new, ant! ih excellent condition for summer-tall otr
ins. There are no buildings upon it. Title unques
tionable, HIRAM SPEAR.
Springfield, March 5, 13411. A rgur copy 3t ,
LA WNS.—Vrelocti. American and Organdie Lawns.
• beautiful assortment ; also, plaid-and figured silk
wool benne'. my 17 KINGSBERY4k GO.
IXT A N TED 1000 Sheep Peke., for. whichthe highest
price will be rail dl2 D. C. HAW,.
AHEAD OF ALL!!
B. KfNOSBERY & Co.
STOP FRIEND! Now is the tinte ! If you wish
to buy goods Cheap, call oo B. KINGSBERY
Co. They are now selling good. u cheap, (if not a
little cheaper) than . they can be bought at Owego, Bing
hamton or Elmira. If you don't believe it, all bud
examine their goods, which for quality and Cheapness
were never before Orem, in this market- We have,
and shall constantly keep on hand, a large assortment
or Dry Gond", Groceries, Hardware and CrorArry.
Don't forget to cull and examine their goods twfore
purrhaainv elsewhere,. Towanda. Jan. I& Itt49
4, - ,ZHEETINGS.—A large *lock of Sheroings for .ale
cbeep by jy 10 IS. KIISIGSBERY & (X).
Munrs.—A nice article of lynx, jeuerte zed enemy
muffs, for sale by B. KIiNGSBERY & CO.
OLD DRUC STORE,
.lb. 1. Brick Row,
CONTINUED BY DOCTORS HUSTON & PORIER.
TH IS large, extensive, and miseellansous stork. more
complete than any found in this section of coun
try, every snide having been selected with great irate
dy Doctor Porter in person, will now be offered to the
public—as cheap as can be purchased elsewhere.
Physicians, who cannot come and examine:our stock
can depend upon all articles they wish to send for.
In addition to the assortment of Drugs and Medicines
the stock extends to Dye Stuffs; Family Groceries, Li
quors of all kinds, Perfumery, Fancy Goods, Miseella
'Terms articles, Patent Medicines, ale. 4c.
Having been appointed agent itmost all the ream
inc Popular Patent Atedicines, we assure the public / we
will not offer any that are counterfeit; as we will not buy
or accept an agency from those speculators, who. by
base imitations impose upon the country with their
spot ions Drugs.
Orr account of The great importance to the public and
character of Physicians, that pure unadulterated medi
cines should be administered, it will, we hope, induce all
—Pbysccians or not Physicians—to males their pur
chases at No. 1. Brick Row.
" Goods well Bought are half Sold !"
I ' now dliening a large stock and extensive variety of
GOODS, selected with the grestert care, and bought
under great advantages in the cities of New York and,
Philadelphia—taking advantage of the favorable condi
tion of both markets—and hiving in view the motto
above, has so bought that he can and will sell on u fa
uorable terms as the cest, and will endeavor to show to
community the advantage of buying from those who buy
well. Towanda, May 23, 1848.
Just receiving a large and Rich Sloth of
New Fall and Winter Goods, at
FOX'S CHEAP STORE.
WHICH for variety, quality and cheapness will well
compare with anything of the kind in tbe Coun
try. Any one who will do me the favor to call and
examine any of my Goods I think can't fail to besuited
both with quality and price. The stock includes a great
variety of Rich New Styles of Dress Goods such as
Plain and Fist d, Blue, Pink and Scarlet all. worsted
DeLanes.; Fig'," Cashmeres, Thihet Cloths, Cocurgs,
Silk Plaid Madonean, Plaid DeLanes, Blatt* Plaid,
striped and Silk warp Alpaca, Black Bonibaxine,
French and Scotch Gingbams, also, - French, English,
andArnerican Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings. Sheet
ing', Shirtings, Ticking, Cotton Yarn, Wicking, Wad
ding, Batting and a choice lot of Fresh Groceries, Fish
Hardware, Iron, Nails, Crockery, Boots and Shoes all
of which will be sold, at very low Prices, at
T'E. T. FOX, No 2, Brick Row.
Towanda, Oct. 16, 1848.
BOOTS & SHOES, Sole and upper leather, Also
a full assortment of Lady's shoes, Gaiters, Busk
ins. Slips, walking shoes.. A goo,: stock of Boys,
Mieses, and children.; mans, youths boys, and child..
coarse and kip boots.. Also a first rate article of La.
fly's Gents. Miss. and Childs Rubber., selling very
cheap at n I 4 FOX'S, No. 2. B. Row.
I:FFS, A great variety of all kinds-and styles
which will be sold at a trifling advance from city
cost. A few rich black and natural lynx. Also swans
down trimming, tippets and victarines, for pale cheap
of n t 4 FOX'S, No. 2, B. R.
JOINER'S TOOLS.—A good assatinent of Bead,
Itiouldung *sl Bench PLANES. grooving, plows,
and other Joiner's 'fools, just received from the manu
factory, and for sale low by O. D. BARTLE TT.
THE !Subscriber hu Removed his large stock of Dry
Goods. Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, Books &
Stationary &c. &e„ to the New Brick Block, east Ws
of main street. two doors South of the Public Square,
his friends and the public are respectully Invited to
cal J. KINUSBEBY,JR.
Towanda, Dee. 20th, 1848.
KINIP A MOMENT !!!
T HAVE A WORD TO SAY! If you are at any
time in want of STOVES or Tinware, permit me
as a friend to advise you to call at D. C. H ILL'S--he
keeps the largest supply, sells the most reasonable, and
you can buy to better advantage, than at any other
place in or out of Bradford County, and I am sure you
need have no fears of regretting any purchase you may
make. Don't forget this matter. H.
Towanda. Dec: 12. 1848.
1.. unmet. } .< a. omit.
Completion of the North Branch Canal !
BRISTOL & SMITH
LTA VINO formed a co-partnership in the, manufac
ture of BOOTS & 8110E84 at the old stand
thric doors north-of Rridge at. would respect`ully-inforen
their friends and the public, that they will cam on the
business in all its branches—keep on bandand make to
order, everything io,their line in the neatest manner and
in their latest style.
&skiving that they..aut do as pod or better work
than can be had elsewhere they would say to those wish
ing good article in their line to give them a adLand they
shall be satisfied. Repairing done on short notice.
CI" Produce of all kinds taken for work. Hides
warded in exchange for Boots and Shoes and Leather.
Towanda Dec. 14, 1848. B. & S.
A LL persons indebted the estate of SALLY
IWTTLES, deceased, late of Orwell township,
are hereby requested to make piano without delay,
and dines having claims against add estate will plew
prement them duly authenticated for settlement.
Orwell. February 26, 1849. Administrator.
ALL moons indebted to the estate of John Eakins.
deed, late of Renick township, awl hereby toques
tea to make payment without delay, and those baying
claims against said estate wi l *me paw= them duly
authenticated for settlwient.
HerOck. hi:llmq 3. 1849. Administrators.
ALI, persona indebted to the estate of IRA PEAR
ROLL, deceased, late of Meer townhisp, are
hereby requested to make payment whiling relay, and
there having claims against said estate will pleme pre
sent them linty authenticated the settlement.
JOHN HO W AN,
Meer, Deennber Administrators.
TAKE NOTICE !
ALI. persons indebted to the subscriber. tabor by
note or book sees not. mot settle the same by the
let day of Jane mat, or costs erW be made without re
spect to persons. fele2ll X. T. FOX.
411 111. 0..1
D ANIEL LORD takes this method of informing. the inhabitants of Bridtird co inty ,and the adjoining
country , that he has removed his stock to MONTAN YE'S BRICK STORE, in Towanda, where he will
be in teed:nese tovirait upon his old customers, and us many new ones so with to porehase goods cheap for
cash or approved credit. His stock 'a large, and cons I. in part of the following article., viz: •
Iron. Nails. Copper. Tin. Zinc. Sheet Iran Crowbars. Spades. Shovels. Forks. Anvils,
Vices. Blacksmith's bellows and screw plates, Log chains, dirk ropes, Sled springs,
Hooks .and Hinges. Shove/. and Tongs, Mill Sows. X rut, circular and
panel do., Augurs, Chisels, Brads, 'Parke, Butts, Screw and •
Itagon boxes, Well and Cistern Pumps. Lead Pipe,
all sizes. A good assortment of Carpenter's
4. Joine'rs tools, 4. House trimmings.
Decidedly tbe.hest stove for Farmer's use; it is distinguished for the liberal size of its oven and fire box. To
it is attached I Summer Fixture, upon the boiler holes of which the wash boiler the thereby rendering it in
capacity equal to ■ six boiler stove. Coati can be transferred from the fire-bot directly into the summer fix
ture. by being drawn forward without tlyt use of the shovel. The top of the oven is protected by en ironplate
to prevent an excess of heat upon the articles baking; it can be removed if the.heat is leaded to be increase*
The oven will be found to bake with great uniformity in all it■ parts. . . Ovet 100 of these stove, base beau.
sold within the last three months, and given entire satisfaction.
Persons wishing to purchase these stoves. can have the privilege of returning then in two or three
weeks. if they do not work as recommended in eve•y respect. Also, a variety of Air tieit Cook Stoves. viz:
The Yankee Not(nn, New Euglsnd. Western, Fulton, Iron Witch, Elevated Oven, Pram u-u Stoves of all sizes
Parlor Cooks 4 Drum Stoves, Six Plate do., of all sizes and dimensions.
PARLOR STOVES; ' •
The largest variety ever offered fur ale In this place—selling at Cost. o:7•Raee's Self Regulating Parlor
stove, the best in use. Physicians recommended this stove as being the twat extant for sick rooms. on account
of its uniformity of beat. It is also very economical of fuel; requiring from one third trions half less than say
other parlor stove in use.
40 lba. RUSSIA & AMERICAN Stove Pipe on hand !! Consequently we are l prepared to furnish' any quan
tity to order at wholesale prices.
ALSO—A good assortment of lAPPANNED WARE, on hand. He viiill also manufacture all kinds of
Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware to order on anon notice and warrant it to give good satisfiiction.
Doe. 22, 1818
Warranted under a Penally of $l.OOO, Ire from
Memory and other Mineral Subbtancis
The Only 'Original and Gennlne Indian Merheene !
EVERY day is this
lebrated medicine el
iding the sphere of its
['dulness and every
ear add ng to the long
talogue of triumphs.
A /61 Ltacmr Box Es!
shout fully meeting
'demand ! For some
me past, the sales have
limited, solely .for
/ant of facilities of sop.
Vroly, this is a
leers.' remedy! Un
guided, these pills have
Ind their way into the'
.modal corner, of the
Union, every where proving their title- AZ Tue Pool%
M ad e s Fl u vm—sicr MAA's HorL—Tuz 35.12.C3;/.
AND BIASSING or TIC Arm.
For a trifling sum. every individual and every family
may have HEALTH last-eau to then• for an indefinite
period ; and what ill life without health, but a misera
It is too precious • boon to be tampered with, by try •
ing all sons of experiments upon it. The sicleshould
use those medicines only which experience has known
to be The best.
A PHYSICIAN'S TESTIMONY.
[Prow Catskill. Greene County, New York.)
Dr. W. Wright—Dear sir: I have found your Indi
an Vegetable Pines valtiable remedy in cases of Gene
ral Debility of the System and of all Maim.' disorders}
I am also in the habit of recommending them to fe d
males-in peculiar cased. I observe them t.) operate it
the system, without producing debility or pain, leaving
it in a beal'hy condition. JOHN DOANE. M.D. I.
THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE,
[Prom Norton Hill, Greene County, New York.]
Mr. Wright—We have used and sold your Indian
Vegetable Pill for three years past, and do not hesitate
to recommend them to our friend• and customers u the
beat family medicine lc use. N. & L. RAMSDELL.
TESTIMONY OF ANOTHER PHYSICIAN.
The following is an answer in reply to a nom from
our agent asking Dr. Boston's opinion of this medicine:
Tv xxxxx soca, Aug. 29, 1848.
Mr. A. Durhant--Dear Bir : In reply ioyour note of
yesterday, .I would state, that I have occasionally &and
it eonvenbust to eft t h e various '• Paten' Pills" vended
at the shops ; and while I am unwilling to fay anytaing
to datums's the value of others. I am fraie to confess
that I consider Dr. Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills su
perior to all others with which I sin acquainted. I have
used them for many years both in my own family and
in my practice/generally. and they have uniformly mild
certain and safe in their operations, The care and
skill with which these Pills have been hitherto manu
factured are, in my opinion, • autlicient guarantee for
like good results in future. Very respectfully.
B. A. BOUTON, M. D.
Dr. H. is a pactioner of long .rpaosnos,wail known
in andoviii beyond the lines of 1, riming county. He
is s'graduste of the University of Peanylvania. and
highly popular with the peisp:e maw whom be resides.
RUBS OF BLOOD TO THE HEAD.
Irmo Nose= Kills, N. Ycek.)
Dr. W. Wrighto.aeririfir: I wee smocked with s
violent pea in no heed sad rush of Meal emthe Mein.
which confined me to my room for ids weeks.and drew
the sight of ery eyes so se to Owego me from ming
with it. and left me with a dizziness in my had for
about six months. By taking tine* or four bases of
your Pills. I wee restored to health amain.
June At 1848. PETER VAN WAGNER.
Bowsits op 817 C All COATE, COSISTRIUMITII
Remember, that the original and 'only genuine lndi n
Viimtable Pills have the written signature of WOO
Wright on the top *leech box:
The genuine is for sale by MONTANVES di Cat„
able spats for Tomes& and by agents in on other
pound' the Riots.
°Mee devoted exeloeively es the sale of Wriabes
Indian Vegetable Pins, wholesale and retail. 1 69 Race
et., Philadelphia, 99 Greenwich at., New York. and
189 11111thont, Iloseoni . ray
WORLD AIR TIGHT COOKING STOVE,
THE undersigned, having been appointed an Audi
tor by the Orphans Court of the County of Brad.
ford, to marshal moot and distribute the funds raised
by the sale of the real and personal estate of Wm. Mitch
ell, dec'd., will attend to the duties of his said appoint-.
meat at Ins office in Towanda 80., on Smudgy. the
'7th thy of Atoll next, at one o'clock P. M. of which
all persons interested will take notice. -
Towanda. Feb. 15th, 1847
(.0111VIMARIB' (00171 RIV
BY an order of the Orphans' Court of Bradford co.,
will be expoyed to public sale on TUESDAY,
6th day of March 1849, at 2 o'clock, to gonroeton, the
following property, law the estate of Martin W. 1%11.
A piece or parcel of land which is held under a con
tract with S. W. Alden. and .containing about three
acres, bounded on the north by leads of Martin Ml
den's estate; east by lands of Sylvester White; south
by sods of Timothy Aklin, and on the west by lands
of S. W. Aid o ; 'mall balance of the parchaes mo
ney is still due and unpaid. The said land is situated
in the township of Monroe. .
ALSO—The following piece or parcel Of laud situa
ted in Monroe township and bounded as follows: On
the northeast by Jared Woodruff, south edit by George
Tracy ; moth west by Jacob Arnout, Timothy and A.
C. Rockwell's touts; north west by W. H. H. Brown
and L. 8. th R. Fowler. Containing seventy-one acres
more or less,; twenty acres improved, with a log house
sod log barn and • kw
. appktrees thereon.
ALSO—The following piece or parcel. of land situa
ted in Monroe township. and bounded as follows : Be-
ginning at a post sod stones, being the north east corner
of a certain lot of land conveyed to Timothy Alden by
Archibald M'vall. by deed, bearing data the sixth day
of January. A. D.,1841 ; threw smith 10° west along
the line of the said Timothy Alden's lot 40 perches to
• corner; thence north 68° west 16 perches 41 a cor
ner ; thence north 10° east 40 perches to the l i ttle of
public road which, was laid out from the Berwick turn
pike near the House of A. C. Rockwell's estate to in- .
tersest another road near Gm. E. Aruout ; thence slang
said road south 68° east 16 perches to the place of be.
ginning. Conking four acres, be the sante more or
Attendance given and terms made kontvm on the
day otaale. HARRY BALBBERY,
Monroe, Feb. 6. 1849. Adoliniatratot.
the shove stands adjourned to Torsday the 20th day
of March inst., at the same place, st 2 o'clock, P. M.
BARRY SALSBURY, Administrator.
Mearceton, March 4. 1943.
B Y on order of the Orphans' . Court &Wont co..
will be exposed to public sale at the preetiser.in
Troy township, Bradford co. Pa.. an SATURDAY the
Slat day of APRIL, 1149, at two o'clock P. 111., all that
certain piece of hind lying and. being in add township:
late the estate of Win. Knew. dee'd.. hounded on the
north by lands of Ward, east by Innate( Jams,
DeWitt, south by land of Win. *MUM* wee( by the'
highway leading from Granville to Tvrryd Canter'
one hundred ease or thereabouts.
Atte:odium gives, and for midi knows. co the
clay of sale, CHAS. DRAWL Adiminiaantor
Granville, Feb. se, !SO. of Wm. Knox. deed.
trARDWARZ, a pod anastromat, including ben
imal. ea. at Ks.% ILL ram
fIINGITAMS & ALPACCAB.--Tbe bat mad-
N..e 4- nag a town u B. EINGUZRY & CO.
1111(VINNETS.--Florence, shah, putt strait, and ha
Bonnets , also, palm-loaf sod teighorri bass, by
Inly 14. ELLIOTT &,TOMKINS.
• DRY GOODS, •
AMONG our Dry Goads may be found slow *spry
variety of Dress Good; such as plait' Bleelt..Plaid
sod silk striped Alp tea. aimed detainee and orahaterse,,
plain and silk striped mohair lunar; English and:
Preach Merinos; French. Scotch sad American
Gingham; black. plaid and striped dress alb" Wide; a,
great variety-4 other goods rot sort*, while thiseillerse;
tinned.. Coll and' see for yotheelres at , the, Casual
Store. • di 4. N. D.
v. t ?
: IN 1 40..tatiy..-' New Bin4,,r4vg , :leir , r.t . 0". ;91,
1 - nOtitil ' , Or of the publo• equate, to In tiiq istrelitasts,
pea:Jive, than at any other 41.0.. e ta, of out of Drattided
.. . , 4
D. C. Hi T. 1.% relpectfurr; int:- 4. Icial4l l o4o an? m.
ruble.; that he has now (.. r vain at hi. Nk W S I'OHE.
a getterat and rhoare same tgurut of Z) QyEts, o f si,U
saes auJ ili , Aterns. which tie is prepared to egeiVirli
es:e of rola, or ex. ' hat.gr tor camso7 Ago .4upe.u . r . a !I f s
most accasnasedaung terms. Anioug t o ,, sitlCilifirdile
..!tr tight enmplete, (ill sizes). Steleart4 Air tiglit,
Rough amid Beady
-do . Retoivinotre a.., Albany
eitjj do ~ Repubhcan.dn., Central N.Y .. d 0..; R m i
eye, hot air oven, troth rotary tap.- Printuttn.SYdres,,.
Nu. I. 2. 3. 1, 5. 6. of the most iniproreAlinsseni, :
Air tight Parlor Staves, all sties ; Six plates. all
sizes ; Canacia Stoves, an excellent aittclefin (Ores,
taverns, stores. 7 1er.: kirliator Parlor - Atom • Key
'stone patent stoves ; all sizes Ba.nd box ast Ti &c.
4,000 Ibi of RWi4 and Awe :lean STOVE-RIPS.
rtoatly-made; else, Bras,* and Copper Kettles, of veritAue
Isitterms, together - swath a gea•.csl amaustaacut of Lime
ea C u pp,' Ware. •
'lllr X MIT I K , W r AIL IF,. NEM',
MO Lard Tubs, with • choice assortment - of every
article in the Tin wsre line, to which Swint/ itiOnr"of
Merchants. Pedlars, Families and Housekeeping gene
rally is invited.
The highest price will he paid for rid
copper and brass. Grain, Turkeys, Chickens, and ell
kinds of am kemble produce Will be received in pig -
meta for Stoves„ Tinware, &c.
For stoves, aheetiron, cop - rßrand tinware, his assort-.
went is complete. He returns his thanla to his old
curoomers, to whom, and the public he renewal bfir
ration to give him a call before purchasing ebarwbere;
Dwei mistake the niate--but, remember HALL'S mouth
side of the Public Square. iu liontanyes Block.
Towanda Dec. 12, kW, D. C. HALT .
G. W. Merchant's Celebrated
Kelm a Usiversal Family blame'list far
Diseases of the lomat Elea. • -
MUTE and experience have fully proved that that this
UN/VFLISAL REMEDY has not not its equal
on- the 64.4 popular medicines, having beta more than
14 years before the public.
Testimony of the most disinterested .ehatetiter of its
wonderful effects on the animal economy is' almost &d
-ig presented to the proprietor.
A young man in the town of Wilson, whale ebithes
were burnt off of him, was restored Vomiting suffering)
by the timely use of the Oil.
Numerous are the unsolicited statements of pinnate
themselves, and cohere who have used the Oil. of curie
which in themselves appear remarksbkti that they at
all interested in a pecuniary point, they cauld , herdly
have been audited.
The following diseases are among many othenrin the
cure of which this- . Oil bee been completely successful
and in which others had entirely failed:—
Spasms, Samuel, Rine:vine, Windgalls, Poll Evil, Cal
lous. Clinked Miele Galls of all kinds, Lennie's,
Fresh Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, Send Cruike
Foundered Feet,Reratdiee or Greater, Mange, Rbeu
-matism. Bites of Animals, External Poisons. Painful
Ner-vous Affections, nett Bites, Boils, Conte Whit
lows, Burns and Scalds, Chilblains. Chapati. basic
Cramp, Contractions -of the Muscles, Swelligge
Weaknessi of theiointe Caked Bneasta, ate. •
CUATION TO- PURCHASERS..
Beware of COUNTERFEITS, sad be swedes name
of the Sole Proprietor, GEORGE W. MERCHANT,
LOCKPORT. N. I'., is blown in the side of the bat
de. or in his hand writing over the .code.• Dual be
persuaded to take any thing else • with the proiniseit is
jest as goes). &c., This is reedited by thime un
principled dealers whose conscience Will - switch like
India R. litter, and.who are of a kindlier! apirle Wane
in our large cities, whose nefarioasitiscticei hail ifio re
cently been exposed to the action of Congress.
, Those whet attempt to Counterfeit this article an re-1
ferred to the law of New York. orMay 1845, ity wide*
it will be seen that every person meddling ia thine
coutuerfeitais subject to indictment, impelionatenVetidj
A person selling oat of this state, will be , liabki toar
rest when in the state, and also to be bald as a witness
against those he bought of or Bold for.: •
All Orders addressed to the proprietor will bertwOoeid
rid to. • • •'• .1
Get a pamphlet of the Agent 'and see whet wonders
are accomplished by the nes of this medicine.
Bold by reapectable dealers generally is the Embed
Swat and Canada.
For sale by Chamberlii & Pons, Towanda, i., I►.
Wells. Lawrenceville, Edwin Dyer, Covington.'Abel
llerrell, Montrose. Pomp & Kinsey. Easter!. Lewis
Smith & Co.. Allentown, H. D. Damn, South Esatoo.
Oct. 15th 1848. 4001.
MARRIAGE. &c: •
rofieprA NEW BOOK BY DR. WM.YOUNG.
Second edition; ust published.'price 23. cos.
THE /EMS OF UFE:
A Tresiise on Affection. Lose and Marries" led
the Dieeasia of Youth. blesacity
_and Old Arm et the
.j.ights and Rhodes of . Life. rwia We** .
and enjoy menet.)
“ TO be or not to be.. that ha the artutian."
(With Carlon: easekilhaetratiOniAru)
• There are moreibings "twist beasts and earth. Aritatio
Than are dreamt of in oar philosophy:—Elaciarisaht
This book should be in the bends of every Yelling
man or women eonaunpfethar winetais. Treery
echncl-boy, and imbed every inn or swain; :ems tlid
or single sbouldwred with we and etteatien. bletoltblY
neefol wait as we orteader it wail- 'waived 'et awaken
sitention• td a eatOd bbghtbssi
soul, than any otW urea.
Venus err arid& sod pawns. auffintag frem Dys
peptic and egesslaptleit'proems laagstaadbas.hY4
careful perusal ei this moat wonderful wash. will led
the esor ef sock mapsos• laths baneful thabillet.
crA n i ew sandani' twisty-doe centp reednips lot. it
War. eriliteetive one ropy of A* *old
doe eopi.e will be nut for one dollar.
CrAffletters snicht r ha nathe eri.rAtik I.ol*
-those eastaining a mistake*. and
"DR. WM. YOUNG. 152 BlVdtllbsst . ..s6o -
wean Fourth mini% Pailatistrai4&'
TIARDWARE.--4ron, *xs, arid sOpefiii
1..1. stride or eurf entree edit, ban d'isewectircied sew
augers, Mates, eheriele, - buttO-ondeerWee,
and ti,rlte. akw setts db.. looting , ;l ---and: in
. a general bacirtrisont et Nuderere which is be
sale cheep at a l 4 - FOX'S, o. 4, Wit:
A TONS. moil of those_ cheap. and *Mira' 8o fNa.
Alma,* &clown prices gismo Craw to
igt-aisida of Gruaerier bob so4".oo:oTdr*
atm articlivarniatede,Maekrel sod Co;1Beh
aU ..,F9r31.N04; 2. /km.
PARE !O 'WRYER!!
iruicalrod Cll 10
AT D. C. HALL'S,
oil., Ti,n 1019er,