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TERMS OF THE BINGHAMTON BOARDING SCHOOL
von board and tution, including GRhograp4, Read
ing Writing, Arithmetic, Algebra, Book-keeping,
English Grammar, Rhetotic, Composition,Geography,
tine of theGlobes,,Minerology. Natural P hilosophy and
Astronomy. (with the use uf a good apparatus toilliu
nate 'hose studies,) Moral Philosophy and Chemistry,
payable quarterly in advance, per annum, $lOO 00
Day scholars, per quarter, 4 00
French, per quartet, $4 00
Latin, i" 4 00
spanith, . ' 4 00
Music. (on the piano,) per,quarter, 10 00
Embroidery and rug work, .'2 00
Any young lady receiving instruction on the piano,
it privileged to learn rug-work, or any one of the above
anguagra, and the same time, without additional. charge.
To a yqeng lady who studies the Englieb branches,
the terms of learning each of the above branches, are
per quarter, - $3 00
the G u itar, •
Instructions on e < 400
Fee of Pianos, . 75
Drawing and pairiting 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 painting on paper, silk and velvet, per
twelve lemurs. 500
Gilding on silk, crape. &c. do. 3 00
Wax flowers, per quarter, 5 00
l'ens and ink, " 50
Board in vacation, $2 00 per week,
Letters post-paid, addressed to the Misses WHITE
Binghamton, Broom co., N. V., will re
ceive pronipt atiention.
LIST OF JURORS drawn fur May Term-and S t. es
. sioni—commencing May 7, 1549.
IDA• 311 JI-AOUS
Athens bo—T. Huston ; A thens tp.—Geo. Northrop ;
Hui-Wigton—James Huston, Emanuel Guyer;
Col nthia—Dau'l Corey, Chas. Key es, H. Smith ;
Canton—Geo. W. Griffin; Durel— Wm. Place;
Herrick—Hiram Camp; Monroe—A. L. Cranmer ;
Leroy—Ledyard Chaapel, Edward Wooster;
Orwell—Theoptlus Humphry ;
Rouse—O. F. Young, M. C. Cannon;
Springfield"—J. Mattocks jr.; Smabfield—J.Geronlds
Tnty ip—Alfred Leonard; Warren—Calvin Arnold;
valusing—:Sdas Buck; Wells—Samuel Gordon;
W Oldham—Edward Boardman, J. Doane.
Alban}r—George Eberly, Ira Dodge, Joseph Lec;
Athens tp--J.F.Saterlee; Athens bo—C.N.Shipman ;
Asylum—Jason Horton; Burli M'Cord ;
E'olumbia--T. D. Gustin, William. H. Gernet ;
7anton—Eph. Case: Herrick—Win. C. Knapp;
Litchfield—C. Bloodgood; Monroe—J. G. Mason ;
Orwell-10w W. Payson, Nelson Bo.‘vorth ;
Buck; Ridgberry--Sanel Coleman ;
utlt Crk—B. Quick ; Wyalusing—H. Shumway ;
Springfield—A. Grace, C. 8. BenfLey ;
stone—J. H. Badger; Towanda tp-11. Granger;
Troy tp—Timothy Case, David Boyer
r).ier—Harry Gore; Towanda tx.—A.B.Monsanye;
NVarren = A.Ci. burn, B. Dar ing, Wm. Beardsley ;
Windham—Pt - ter Osborne, A lexabder Hand, Benj.
C. Ekbree, Lewis Loveland;
Wyaux— Fra k Brown, George Strope.
TR IVERSIK MIORS--JECCIND WEEK.
Armenia—Dan' , l Crandall ; Asylum—Frs. Viall;
At hen . tp—:.Ainasa Walker;
Athens L..—W. Shapley,H. B. Backus, G. Fritcher:
ltuthszt..n—J. Lt.veland, Fi Whitehead;
Durel—Daniel Cook; Granville—l.utherT. Clark;
M..nroe—Hit am Sweet; B. Vangilder;
Rgine:---las. L. Parker; Springfield—C. Burgess;
I:AL:berry—J. Burt, D. Driscoll, Sturges Squires;
Noottiliehl = Jno. Wood, B. 'node, N. Bullock;
sheshequin—Harry Shaw, D. Davidson;
standin.z Stone—Hiram Gordon, Charles Roof ;
riprinhill—.% Kinney; Trov bo--W. P. Newberry;
Towanda tp-N. Bennetii, William Campbell;
^ tio-). C. Hall, Burton .Kingsbery ;
Warren—E. E. Allen, Manson Ellsbree;
‘Vindhatn--.lames Bush, William tiibley
NVy , ;(4l--Llavid Shores; Wells—John Brasted
)13 111 MIA 1P.112,
W. R. SMALL & W. B. CUTTING,
ucE this method of informing the citizens of To
wandaa and vicinity, that they have taken a room
over the store of). Kingsbery, for the purpose.of taking
LI KEN ESSES by the Daguenean process. The pub
lic are reepeethally invited to call, whether they wish
for pictures or not, and examine specimens. Those
that wish to have pictures taken in, a desirable and p.m ,
feed; satisfactory manner, and in it style of bold trefjc
well defined outline, nohoess and richness of tone, and
permanency of impression, are, with all deference, so
licited for patronage. We have a large German Ca
mera, the best kind in use t also, a fine aseortmept of
stock, consisting of Fancy Cases, Gold Loads, orna
totaled and plain Cases, 4c. •
Z. Pictures taken without regard' to weather, Aind
copied from Daguerreotypes, portraits or engravings, and
eet in rings, bracelets and pins, or in any style desired.
l'rices for single pictures from $1 50 to $6. In lock
ers, from $3, to $1;1. March 5. /649.
11 ARLES REED .having assigned all his estates
rights and credits to the imbecilic, for the benefit
of his ereditrrs, it therefore becomes absolutely necessa•
ry that all debts due the said Charles Reed should be
settled and paid without delay, and all persons having
dom. against him are requested to present them at No.
5. Brick Ruw, in the born' of Towanda, his late place
orlwiness, for adjustment An early attention to the
settlement of this business is most easnistly desired, as
the subscriber spill be obliged to put all debts due the
said Reed in a course of Collection, without distinction
of persons. slier the first day of March nett. The goods
nowon band, belonging to the above concern, compria•
ing a great variety of very valuable and seasonable ar
ticles, will be sold for CASH, Al' COST.
H. W. TRACY, Assignee.
Towanda, Feb. 10, 1849.
PUBLIC NOTICE 1
A LI, persons indebted to the late firm of HusTos
and Lim, are hereby notified that unless we
11, is made by the second week'of Februasy court
th.• accounts will be placed in the bands of an officer
for immedisie collection. 8. HUSTON.
Towanda, Jan. .1819; C. K. LA Dll.
U T A. CHAMBERLIN respectfully inform the
V public that be has removed his establishment to
b. room lately occupied by D. Vandercook. is an of
fire, where he *ill be always on band to correct erring
io ,,, pieces. He offers fur sale his large assortment of
Jewelry at unusually low prices.
Towands. Jan. 31, 1849.
A FRONT ROOM in the second itory of No. 1.
[I Brick Row, over the Drug Store; also the room
le the third story formerly occupied u the Masonic
aH. For particulars enquire of
Feb 13. 1849. EroS TOMKINS.
'NEW ARRANGEMENT AT THE
NEW DRUG STORE
TT AV ING made at rangements with Dr. C. K.LADD
1 1 the subscriber takes pleasure in announcing tha
thr Doctor will hereafter give his personal attention
wholly to his business.
Ttir Drugs and Medicines will be under the Doctor's.
supervision, whortrikill and experience in physics can
not (Neal ned. jyt6 H. Mla.
WINTErl imyj do ()F ODS !
H. 8. & M. C. MERCUR,
LTA WE the pleasure of acing to thepatine
LI that they are now receiving enothir lugs and
general assortment of GOODS.
Tvwanila, Dee. I, Is4B.
litoic, Iron—A good assortment of boa. for sale at
I the near Bard Ware 8101 t. ) LORD'
NEW 6 9.0* .: AVIlig •
CENTRAL: : STORE I
N o: opening a
geand t a tim e :l7i eat t atare nt. a
WINTER GOODliioiriiich Mill be Miwey low
ratcs. Business - it this estaiiliainsent-eindicted upon
fair and honest. principles. You have our thanks fur
put favors and we hope far 4l Cutlfinuatice of the same
as we are bound to sell Gouda Cheap.
Too anal, Dec. 4. 1848. N. N. BETTS.
tram - T(1B ean - .13 ardalß l vadjob,
manufacture and keep on hand
Al the old stand of Tomkina and
Makinson, all kis& of cane and
vnod meat CHAIRS; and SET
..'EEB of various kinds, & BED.
STEADS of every description,
,hick I will sell low for cash
ar Produce, or Pine or Cherry
Lumber. or d air plank, will he
received for work. TURNING done to order in the
neatest manner. Also.
• CABINET WORK; •
make and kept on hind, or made to order, im the hest
Towanda. January 4. 1R49
IXTE are now receiving and opening a new and
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 slid Shall be sold as low as the same goods
can be bought this side of thicity. Our stock is full
and complete, consisting of every thing mankind stand
in need of. The stock is made up of Dry goods, Gro
ceries, Hardware, Crockery, iron and Nails, Paints,
Oils, Glass, Varnish, Dye-stuffs, Boots, Shoes, Leather,
Pith, 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 wo make no
charges for showing goods.
A good and cheap variety of Alpacas, Gingham,
Oregon plaids and Detains, a large and good assort
.meet of Cloths Casisimeres, sawnetta, Kentucky Jeans,
sattin and silk vesting*, table diaper, brown and blue
cotton and brown and blue linen table cloth, Muffs of
all sizes prices and descriptions, Buffalo robes, Sheet
.ngs, shirting, both brown and bleached. Hats and caps
of the. latest styles, wool shirts and drawers, Carpet
bags, gloves and mittens, Hosiery, any luantity of cat:
ton yarn and carpet yarn, white and colored all of
which will he sold cheaper for cash, than at any other
establishment in town.
ELLIOTT & TORIKINS.
Towanda, Nov. 16, 1848. •
• DRS. 'HUSTON & PORTER,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS :
OFFICE, at No. 1, BRICK ROW, where Airy may
at all times be fond, ready to attend to calla in
their profession. Towanda, Jan. 10, 1040.
EVERY penion indebted to me. by note or otherwise,
are hereby notified that 'lmmediate payment must
be made, or they will be subjected to the cost of enforc
ing collection. I trust this notice will be sufficient,
without putting me to the necessity of placing my de
mands in the hands of a magistrate, for indiscriminate
prosecution. feb2B D. C. HALL.
WHEREAS, MY WFE, MARY MOSHER,
'r EFT my bed and board, *on the 20th inst.. without
1...1 any just cause or provocation, this' is hereby to
forbid any. person harboring or trusting her on my Ac
count, as I will pay no debts-of her controlling.
tawny, Feb. 26, 1849. ORWELL W.MOSHER.
THE NOMINATIONS ARE MADE,
♦ND NOM IT
WED VIXII E3M
el F. HARDER respectfully eddies to hike= the
• citircos of Towanda, and the public that be has
commenced the . •
HARNESS AND TRIM MANG BUSINESS,
in Towanda, on Main street, a few doom above Bridge
street, when, he. will keep constantly on band or make
to and :r. Plated and common Harness, Trunks and
neck Vallee., and all kinds °Caro* in Welter, CAR
RIAGE TRIMMING and MILITARY WORK done
to ceder.. From his experience in the business, and
punctuality in attending to it,.ho hopes be may receive
a share of puLlic patronage.
Cr All kinds of work may tW had at his shop cheap.
er than at any caw shop is this county.
Towanda, June 12, :1348. 1 1
.28. U 1 -1 ONIN AS. W.. 'l3
HAS Aims& his* otricJyo cash's new office. on
second wept, where be wi be pleased to see those
need his profs ssiona'serv:ces. Dee. 29, 1847.. y
Towanda, 30, 1847.
TLYSSES MERC UR, has removed his Law Office
to the second story of Montinye'a New flock
corner of the Public Square and Main street.
Towanda. Dec. 30th, 1848.
GREAT LOSS OF LIFE,
• AT TIM
11 0 111.0Mla CVO X6l l 3115.113 91 1 (
THE Subscriber respectful.
. _ ly informs the citizens-of
wands that he has opened a
Pr Market in the Union Block,
Tarn) . one door west of 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, Lamb, Veal, Pork, &e., of the
finest quality and in the best *order.
ry Candles & Soap by the hos or pound, constant
ly kept on hand and for wile at km pries.
Towanda, Aug. 29, 1848. A. HAWLEY.
GREAT BAROAINS - AT CANTON-
SELLING OFF AT COST 1
GREAT INDUCEMENTS- TO BUY !I -
TE subscriber o ff ers his entire. Mock of NEW
GOODS at the following reduced prices:
Calicoes.- - ' 0 to 9 cents.
44 to 10 0 '
Fhtnnels.... • • • 124 to 20 "
Cotton Flannels, 6 to 8 "
Broadcloths.. • 4 150 to 250 "
Sattinetia..... ..... 25 to 75 • "
Shawls,. 32 to 300
Alpsecas, . 12 to 374 "
....... 44 10 84
GROCERIES and QUEENSWARE in proportion
—and will take all kinds of Grain Ms:change. Will
pay fur Oats 30 cents; Corn /4eittper lb.: Duektiateil
373 rents; Wheat $1 per bushel. The stock of goods
were bought last fall. Now ho your time, ladies and
gentlemen; to make a California fortune.
Canton., Feb. 12. 1849.
- NOTICE TQ ,RETAILERS. • •
NOTICE is hereby Owls that all Retailer of For
eign-I.lt Merchandiaitsibo,* not par their Lionises
within twenty days, will be subjemed to emu.
Feb. 7, 1849. M. PECK, Trends..
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
TILE subscribei offers for sale his rarity.
7 - ‘ 1 . 1. -- lauded near Nosh Wei, in Springfield
• c •, -- township, Medford county, contaSt ng 105
acres, about CO acres improved, sub rood
rail a oak timber, auger grove demo i. The
farm is situated near the centre of the township is nest
ly new. and in excellent condition' for summer-fallow
ing. Thane are no buiklin' gm open it. Tide coque*.
tionahle. mum SPE A FL
Springfield, March 5, 1840. Argui tiOpy St.-
LA WNS.—Frnach, Aaariino end Organdie Lana.,
• beautiful anortaann ; aloe, plaid and Sieved Air
" DI barag r a ' M Y kING B BERY 6, , C0.
mancrOir: L. per , so_as isidebtied -to-the thatit.hy
Asail its tisokacesuat. tillat and* shit maw bribe
lac dard /11641 DLZ4IB age .will be oitheeini. ~„
ANTED. 1000 Si?lep Pollf.iortWeb thy..l
JAMES MA K [MON.
J. E. LIEU
.. ... rysit •y,lr.
4. , 4-
tiler attbi Vic.
AIIEAD, LOY _ALL I
STOP,492IENA/ x:+: i Fie dine 'Fyne wisb
to MO gods all* An iin''II.IIINWISERY
Co. They •10.10011/ Nllittg gestinalrebeWp, (if not a
little ebearr);jhamtheS 4 eari lits bought at pireso . Ding.
hamtowne Elmira. Iti you -dame& Wiese - it, call and
examine their goods. which for'quality and Cheapness
were nem before offered itt tbismtarket. We have,
and shall constently *root band. a large ansimment
of Dry &Wile. Qroinrw,. Haidavtre owl . :Criideery.
Don't forget to call and examine their firma before
pnrehasinw elsewhere. Towsoda. Jan. 16. 1849
SHEETINGS.—A lazy stock of Bheetings kyr Nile
cheap by jy 10 B. KINGSBERY & CO. ,
IVII./F7l9.—A nice algae of lynx. jemits srulenO;j
puffs, kw cabby B. KINGSBEitY a. CO.
OLCCDRUC STORE ,
.410.1. Brick limo,
MTNED BY DOCTORS HUSTON & PORTER.
THIS Waco vitamin. and iniseellaneaus stock, more ..
tartplete than any /Gond in this section of coun
try. every snide having been selected with great care
dy Doctor Porter in person, will now be offered to the
public—as cheap as can In purchased elsewhere.
Phyaicians, who cannot come and ezansinr;our stOck
can depend upon all articles they wish to send for.
In addition to the asecittment of Drugs and Medicines
the stuck extends to Dye Stuffs, Family Groceries, Li
quota of all kinds, Perfumery, FasseyGoods,Ariscella
nansa articles, Patent Medicines, 4-c.
Having been appointed agent for most all the gents
ine Popular Patent Medicines, we assure the public.we
will not offer any that are counterfeit, as we will not buy
or accept an agency frum those speculators, who. by
base limitations impose upon the country with their
On account of the meat importance to the public and
character of Physicians, that pure unadulterated medi
cines should be talministered, it will, we hope, induce all
—Physecisns or not Physicians --to make' their Or
dupes at No. 1. Brick Row.
" Goods well Bought are half Sold !"
Ts now opining a large stock and extenaise variety of
1 GOODS, selected with the greatest care; and bought
under great advantages in the cities of New York sod
Philadelphia—taking advantage of the favorable condi
tion of both markets—and having in view the motto
above, basil() bought that he can and will sell on as fa
uorable terms as the cad, and will endeavor to show to
community the advantage of buying from those who buj
well. Towanda, May 23,1848,
Jail receiving a large and Rich Slack bf
New Fall and Winter Goods, at
FOX'S CHEAP STORE.
Tx HICH for variety, quality and cheapness will well
V compare with anything of the bind in the Coun
try. Any one who will do nu the favor to call and
examine any of my GOO& I think can't fail to beguiled
both with quality and prim. The stock iucludes a great
variety of Itich.New Styles of Dress goods such as .
Plain and Fled, Blue. Pink and Scarlet all worsted
Octanes, Filed- Cashmere*, Thihet Cloths, Corurge,
Silk Plaid Madonean, Plaid DeLanee. Black Plaid,
Striped and Silk
.. warp Alpaca, Black Bombazine,
French and Scotch Gingham*, Mao, French, English,
and American Cloths, Cassimeney and V. stings. Sheet
ing., Shirting.. Ticking, 00(10n Yarn, Wicking, Wad
ding, Batting and a choice lot of Freeb Grorerles, Fish
Hardware, Iron,.Nails, Crockerit, _Boots and Sloes all
of which will be sold:at very low Prices, at
E. T. FOX, No 2, Brick Rpw.
Towanda, Oct. 16, 1648.
Boom & SHOES, Sole end upper leather, Also
s full assortment of Lady's shoes, Gaiters. Busk
ins. blips, walking shorn. A good stock of Boys,
Misses, and chikhros; mens,.youths boys, and childs.
mars. and kip boots. Also a first rate article of La
dy's Gents. Miss. and Child. Rubbers, selling vary
cheap at 014 FOX'S, No. 2. B. Row.
MUFFS. A great variety of all kinds and styling
which will be sold at a trilling advance from city
cant. A few rich black and natural lynx. Also swans
down trimming, tippets and vidnrines, for sale cheap
at n 14 Fors, No. 2. IL R.
TOMER% TOOLS—A good assortment of Bead,
J Moulding sod Bench PLANEB, (raising plows,
and other Joiner's Tools, jost received from the mow
bactery, aml for.sale low by 0. D. BA RTLE rT.
THE Subscriber has removed his law stock of Dry
Goods. Groceries, •Hard ware, Crockery. Books dr,
Stationary &c. ibe„ to the New Brick Block, east side
of main snort, two doors South of the Public Square,
his friends and the public are respecully Invited to
call " • J. KINGSBERY.JR.
Towanda, Dec. 20th. 1848.
TOP I MOMEII7'2!!
T HAVE WOED TO BAY ! If you are at any
time in nt of STOVES or Tinware. permit me
as a friend advise pin to call at D. C. H
keeps the supply. sell. the most reasonable, and
you can bu to better advantage, than at any other
place in or tof Bradford County. and lam sure you
need base no fears of regretting any purchase von may
make. Don't forgrt this matter. J.. 1. K.
Towanda. Dee: It 184$.
Completion of the North Branch -Canal !
mi. - 4
BRISTOL & SMITH
LTAYING formed a co-partnership in the manlike.
1...1 lure of BOOTS & • SHOES. at the old steed
three doors no of Rage st. resprerolly inform
theirtriends and the public, that they wilteereY 00 the
business in all its brandies—keep on bandond woke to
order, everything in their line in the neatest manner . and
in their latest style. r
Beleiving that they can do as pod or better work
than can be had elsewhere they woild ay to those wish.
ing good article in their line to give three a call; and they
shall be satisfied. Repitiring slone.on short nodze.
C:3* Produce of ell • binds taken foi work. Mks
wanted - in exchange for Boots and Shoes and Leather.
Towanda Dec. 14, 1848. D. & 111.
ADM Nisbriveroß'S NoTic E.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of SALLY
BUTTLZB, deceased, late of Orwell township,
are hereby rtrested to.mate paymen without delay,
and those having claims against said estate win please .
present them duly authenticated for Settlement
Orwell. February 2(1. 1841 i., • • Administrates.
ADM I N isTR &TOR'S , NOTICE. - -
ALL persons indebted to therweete aloha Erskine,
dee'd.,lste of Heniek township', are beteby ruiner
ted to make payment Widtout delay. and those haying
claims apinst said estate will please present them duly
authenticated fbi settlement • -
• 11dARGARET ERKSINE,
Herrick, Jannarp S. 1849. Adminietratees.
ADMINIS'rRiTOI4% sO'flcE. ..
ALI. mime indebted to the mists ef , IRA, PEAR
SOLL, deceased, we of Ulster towntdap. are
hereby ragweed toinake payment without delay, and
thaea.baring claims egoism =id entails wiU pinrat pr►
amatthens duly nuthenticated, for settlement.
1 04 111 . P. HARSOLL
.Uleter, Deenaber:4 !POL. Aphididetrateri.
nANTEL LORD takes this method of informing the inhabitants of Bragltird county ,and the adjoining
country, that he has removed his stock to MONT A NYE'S BRICK STORE. in Towanda. where be trill
be in readiness to wait upon his old customers. and u many new ones as wish to purchase goods cheap fOr
cub or approved credit. His stock large, and cons is in part of the following articles, via:
Iron, Nails, Copper, YU. Zinc. Sheet Iron Crowbars. Spades. Sherds. forks. Anni a,
Vices. Blacksmith's bellows and screw rides, Log chains, Ark ropes. Steil springs.
Hooks and Ilinges. Shourls aid Tangs, Mill Sows. X cut, circular and
panel do.. Augurs, Chisels, Brads, Tacks, Bulls. Screw and
it agon boxts. Well and Cistern Pumps, Lead Pipe,
all sires. A good assortment of Carpen:er's
4. Joine'rs tools, 4 House trimmings. .
Decidedly the beat stove for Farmer's use; it is distinguished for the liberal size of its oven and fire boy.
it is attached a Summer Fixture, upon the hailer holes of which the wash boiler fits, thereby rendering it in
capacity equal to a six boiler stove. Coals can be transferred from the fire-box directly into the summer fix
hire: by being drawn forward without the use of the shovel. The top of the oven is protected by an iron plate
to- prevent an excess of heat upon the articles baking; it can be removed if the heat is added to be increased.
The oven will be found to bake with great uniformity in all its parts. Ores 100 of theme *eves have beep.
sold within the last three months, and given entire satisfaction.
-Persons wishing to purchase these stoves, can bare the privilege of returning them in two •or three
weeks, if they do not work as recommended inevery n.specf. Also. a variety of Air tight Cook Stoves,
The Yankee Nation, New Eng Lind. Western, eulten, Iron Witch, Elevated Oven, Prem:ti rt Stoves of all Simi
Parlor Cooks 4-Drum Stoves, Six Plate do., of all sizes. and dimensions. .
- PARLOR STOVES,
The largest variety ever offered for sale. in this plsee--selling at Cast. a:rßaces Self Regulating Parlor
stave, the heat in use.- Physician* recommended this move as being the lest extant fur sick rooms, on account
of its uniformly of heat. It is also very economical of fuel ; requiring from one third to.nne half lam thin any
other parlor stove in use. '
40 lbs. RUSSIA & A HERMAN Stove Pipe on hand !! Consequently we are prepared to furnish any quan
tity to order at wholesale prices.
ALSO—A good assortment of JA PPANNED WARE, on hand. He will also manufacture all kinds of
Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron Woe to order on'snort notice and warrant it to give goad satisfaction.
Towanda, Dec. 22, ISIS,
pbilabciphia 2bl ecisemcitts
Winfield ander a Penalty of 41,000, free fres
literary and other Mural Substalers
The Only Original and Gc.nine Indian Medicine !
',VERY day is this
tbrated medicine ci
ting the sphere of its
fulness ; ■nd every
r add.ng to the long
rogue of triumphs.
loot fully meeting
lemand I For some
past. the sales have
limited, solely for
of facilities of sup-
Truly, this is •
renal remedy ! Vo
ided, these pills have
el their way into the
reniotest careen; of the
Union, every wise re proving shelf title se sus Poos
MAN'S FRICIII3ICIL M•a'e Hors—Tnz MAnYILL
Jain BLISS, ING OF WIZ Aim
For a trilling sum, every individual and every family
may hay, HaAvra•lssvala to them for an indefinite
period ; l and what is life without health, but a misera
ble exiiiteace !
It, is ton precious a boon to be tampered with, by try •
inn all sons of experiments upon it. The sick should
use those medic:nes:only which experience has known
to be tile best.
A PHYSICIAN'S TESTIMONY.
[From Catskill. Greene County, New York.]
Dr. W. Wright—Dear t3ir : I have found your Indi
an Vegrieble Fills* valuable remedy in cases of Gene
ral Debility of the System and of all Billion disorders.
I em mho in the habit of recommending them to fe
males in peculiar eases. I observe them to operant in
the system, without producing debility or pain, leaving
it in a had' by condition. JOHN DOANE. M.D.
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-reamintend them to our friends and customers as the
best family medicine in use. N. & L.RA MSD ELL.
TESTIMONY or ANOTHER PHYSICIAN.
The following is en answer in reply to a note from
.our spot asking Dr. Bowan', opinion of this Medleine:
Tv • one, Mtg. 29, 18t8.
Mr.A.Durfram—Dear Sir : In reply to your note of
yederday, I would state,that I have occasionally found
it convenient to use the various " Patent Pills" vended
lathe shops; end while I ens unwilling to say emitting
to•depreciate the value of others, I em free to confine
that I consider Dr. Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills en
paler to all &hors with which lem acquainted. I have
It reed them for many years both in my own family and
practicegenerally. and they have uniformly mild .
in and safe in their operations. The care .and
``skill with which these Pills have been hitherto manti
c - and are. in my opinion, a sufficient guarantee for
V, Us good ranks in future, Very respectfully,
B. A. IibUTON, M. D.
. Dr. B. is a practioner of long experience,weil.known
in end even beyond the lines of Wyoming county. He
i ts 'graduate of the University. of Pennsylvania. and
highly popular with the people among whom be resides.
RUSH OF BLOOD TO THE HEAD.
[From Poston Kills, N. Yak.) •
Dr. W. Wright—Dear Sir: I wu attacked with a
violent pain in my head and rush of blond on the brain.
which confined tea to my room for air weeks. end drew
the sight of my eyes ee as to prevent au loon seeing
with it. arid Mk me with a alizaineacia. my hart for
shoot six menthe. By taking three or tour boxes of
you Pills. I was ionored to health again.
June 19, 1848. PETER VAN WAGNER.
• Bowan' OP &MAW' 0111WIMIII Centrunrarrs
•Ilownibir, that the original and only genuine Indian
Vegetable Pills have_tbe minim signature of William
Wright an the tip °frith bars.
The wawsies is Art sale , by.IIIONTANYEB-* Co..
soleaptate far !railroads; awl iyAgents it all oast
,--11111avainiiied siehrively to s .f Weight'.
Mina Visismabie PiNs, wheinselir PIA 169*.1b4i
st„-Ptaikaikephia, 26.11_01tway is* • Tofu - W 4.
WORLD AIR TIGHT COOKING STOYE,
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.. '
THE undersigned, having been appointed an Audi
tor by the Orphans Court of the County of Brad.
ford, to marshal amen and distribute the funds raised
by the sale of thermal and personal estate of Wm. Mitch.
ell, dec'd., will attend to the duties of his said appoint-
ment at his Wks in Towanda 80., on Sendai. the
7th dry of April next, at one o'clock P. M. of which
an persons interested will take unties.
Towanda, Feb. Itith, 1847. Auditor.
TITLIMI=Er krUsixtlf WraMs
BY an order oftthe Orphans' Gomm of Bradford co.,
will be exiMeed to public sale at the prensises,in
Troy township,Dradforil co. Pa.. on SATURDAY the
21st day of APRIL, 1849, at two o'clock, P. M., all that
certain psece *fluid lying and being in said township,
late the estate of Wm. Knox. deed., bounded on the
north - by lands of Ward, cast by lands of James
DeWitt, south by land of Wm. Morrison, west by the
highway Mg from Granville to Troy. Containing
one hundred or thrombosis.
At given. mid terms ands known. on the
day of sale. CHAS. DRAKE. Administrator
Granville, Feb. 28, 1849. of Wm. Knorr. deed.
PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSE. —Raab
hilted 15 y ears. ego, by DR. KINK ELIN. The old
est, surest and best hand to awe all Was assent di►
ears-, of the skin, and solitary habits of 'walk is
DR. 'KINKELLN,' Northwest earner of THIRD sisth'
UNION Streets, between. Spruce and Pine, a .guard
and-a-half from the Excitation. Philadelphia.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
There is:a habit which boys teach eachother the Acad.
emy or Cc' halite indulged in when by hi*
ielf, in solitude, growing up with the boy to manhood;
few of those who indulge in this pernicious practice
are swore of the consinnenses,, instill those find the
nervous system shattered. feel Wear ins , ' 0
table feelings, &ors in the mind.,:rhe indiv* I
bvcomes feeble, be is tillable to labor with occasioned
vigor or to_apply his mind to study ; his step is tally
and weak, he is dull, irgesoluw.
IP THE SOLITARY VICE.
Is continued. the. ive pewee is distrayed. sad
minim, renderede hog train of Demos
affections follow, the teuntensrew Is downcast, the eyes
without natural lustre. shainefsordnees is apparent. '—
Taw sus srurrows worms mormr, awaits" the
sundial of those similarly smiths .
IF Tilt VICTIM -
Be semeiotic of the anise of his decay, and quit it, he
suffers under these temlen nottantal and involuntary
emissions., which waken. end shame him ton:skeins
mental and physicaresseatiest. If he mosocipateshim.
self before the preettai he. -dons its waist, and enters
matrimony. his mamitge is unfruitful. • sod his sense
tells lam that this is caused.by.his early tellies. , -
Let no false modesty deter you from making your
case boor. to ono who...from education and rosivess.
alky, can alone befriend you. He who places him
self under DR. KIRKMAN'S treatment, may teligirmr
ly confide in his boner as • gentleman,
and in vabose
bosom will be forayer locked the secret of the patient.
Thousands hays been restored to health kens 'bade.
visitations of obese terrific maladies, by Dr. Mukalla,
German Physician.. .
Package. of Madioines. Advice., dm., firrivarded,
sending a remittaricir,nnd put *procure from damage
Post paid lett _ _ - -
New Tai acing Establishment,
G 16,2, - Brick Rote, ewer th e gore of E. T. ilbz,
third -story. - -
CI tir aqit 21 ,
RESPECTFULLY informs the cilium et Towan
de. and thopeldie generally. that be has removed
him Tails. shop to No. I. Brick Mew. everstre steriof
E. T. Fox. third story. where be suits those - hi wilt
of Tailoring...worn him a calL , .... , =. , ..- f •- ; f:,
Having, been employed in the most fashionkhle Maid).
lishmenta in PlAiddphki and ebewhate:aintliehig:dre
tennined to wiirrie pine to :pleasa, - may
depend opts bowleg alit as* dosoilmo sod in
• good otylo-se: out bo bad as soy. asp irk_ ' ,„. MI
loodi younrood will ;mob old ie. AL: ,, ..,:, '..i. , ;t:
•-• %." •-•--
sTovEs' , I
4 1 :
a '0. 4
INlfoutany.tn7 New Block, shoe. hfiivetnta", m ` thr
south side of the politic primate, to better advantage,
perhaps, thou at ail other place ius or out of lkonlinnd
D. C. HALL respectfully info-nts friends and the
puhlte, thin he has now for sale et his NEW STOKE:
a general and - oboire swentowne of tfrovEg t ,4 all
sizes and patterns. which. be Is prepered to sell o r,
sale or retail, or cliche:4o fur wuutry produce open the
meat aceornmedsting terms. Among hts:atock ere the
Air tight (Impiety, (idl sizes), Steirtirts Air tight,
Rough and Reath; do . .Recolvinz fine d 0.., M ala y
Lily do Repuldicao do., Cmityal -.N. 4e,; Buck
hot air urea, with rotary tap..Preminni Stoves,
No. I, 2,3, -IA 6. of the most unproved patterns
Air tight Parlor Stoves, all sizes ; Sid plates. all
; Cannon Stones, an excellent m title for fitex,
taverns, stores, 4c.; Radiator Parlor storey; liky
stone patent stoves.; all sizes Band box dove, 4t.
4,000 lbs. of Russia and American STOVH-PIPE,
ready-made; also; Dram and Copper Kettles, of various,
patterns. together with a grueral tormultucat of !liar
and Copper Warr.
71C 9 .11EMIT 'UT XV..11334.
500 lood Tul•e, with - a choice assortment of• every
snide in the Tin *am line, to which the atte Ilion of
Metcbants, Pedlars, Familia. and Hot rekerpers gene
rally ii invited.
The highest prim will be paid far aid eatting' a.
copper and brass. Crain, Turkeys, Chicken& and all
kinds of inaikaiabla produce .will Le tsaisal is pay
ment for Stoves Tinware, &c.
For .toes, stivetiron, soeyer aryl:tinware, his aisort
rw ist is complete.. He returns his thanks to his oil
rtotorners, to whom, and the public he renew■ his
tation to give him a call before pstrchasing elmailtarir;
mistake the illaceut. rainwater HALL'S smith
bide of the Public givers. in Moutanyes nick.
Towanda Dec. 12„1848. D. C. HALL.
Which is also a Vairtmal Family Embrocatioa for
Diseuts et the Items& Flesh.
rrIME and experience have folly proved t hat this
A. UNIVFInSAL REMEDY has' not not ' _equal
on the list of popular Medicines, having been thaw
14 years before the publiC.
Testimony of the most disinterested charatimof hs
wonderful effects on the animal economy is- Mame dai
ly presented to the proprietor. •
A young man in the town of Wilson, whose ilotbes
AM burnt off of hint. was restored (without wilw*)
by the grmely use of the Oil. .
Nersous are the unsolicited statements of plitients
theues, and others who have used the Oil, of ewes
which n themselves appear remarkable. that they at
all iiit4iisted in a pecuniary point, they
. conkl iiarttly
basirjyyms m hied.
'Fhb folio ing diseases are among many sitheniii die
cure of wh' this Oil hos been completely iiimi:, 'safe*
and in wh' others had entirely failed:—
Sperms, Sweeney, Ringbrina„ Windgells, Pull Evil, Cal
lous, Cracked Heels, Galls of all kinds, Lawman,
Fresh Wounds, Sprains. Bruises. Sand Creeks,
Foundered Feet, Scratches. or Gnaw Mange, Rheu
matism. Bites of Animals, External Poisons, IP)idnful
Nervous Affections, Frost Ilhes,Boilis. Cam; Whit
lows, Burns and Scalds, Chilblains, Chaped ; Isise t .
Cramp, Contractions of the. Muscles, Swellings,
Weakness of the Joints, Caked Breasts, Ate.
CUATION TO PURCHASERS
Beware of COUNTERFEITS, and be ma Ike muss
of the Sole Proprietor, GEORGE W. MERCHANT,
LocKPoirr, N. Y., is blown by the aids of tha bat
tla, or in his band writing over the cork. DMA be
permaded to take soy thing elm with the promise it is
just as vied, &c., &c. This is practised by those un
principled dealers whose conscience will stretch like
India R bber, and who are of a kindred !merit of them
in our large cities, whose nefarious practices have DO is.
civilly been exposed to the notion of Cr' ingress.
Thoes.who attempt to Co' unterfeit Lis article are re.
ferret to the law of New York, f May 1845, by which
it will he area that every parson waddling in these
counterfeits is subject to indictment, imprisonment, and
A perm felling out of dairsiato, will be liable lous
iest urban in, the state, and also to be held as a witness
against those its bought of or !old
AU Order" ddrawd jo tbeiworietor witkbe nxpead:
.Get a pamphlet of the Agent and gee what writable
are accompli4ed by the weld this medicine.
Bold by reaper:table dealers generally. in the Coiled
States and Canada.
For .ate by Chantbeilin & Porter, Towanda, E; D.
Wells. Lawrenceville. Edwin Dyer. Covington. Abel
Farrell. Monttoor. Pomp & Kimoty.' Batson, fotwis
gaihh & C 0... Alkatown, B. D. Dorm, South Eatßua.
Oct. 15th 14148. • a110.3r1.
MARSHAL - GE., &e.
SepA NEW BOOKBY DR. WM.YOUNG.
Bige3nal editim just published. price 2 ets.
A Treatise be Af f ection. I.ovs and Shriiams. and
the Dieresis of Youth. Maturity and Old '. Age re the
Lights and libsdes of Monied Lib, (its infelicities
"To be or not to he. that is the cseniumu
(With coned' MANN illugrations. ilte.)
, There are mire things 'twin batmen and earth. Hen&
Than are dreamt of in oar pbtiosephy:—Semsteasea:
This book] should be in the bands of every ye Jag
mw or WOOLIIii contemplatiag MU Sill ASS. Every
school-boy, aOtil indesd.swiry tosawc woman, married
or single - shoo d read with care end attention. this truly
Meru' we consider-it well whined to aurabsiot
attention-to e bject more Itighting to body. misdeed
dual, than an other r mg. .
YOUUff Of We aged persons, suffering hens Dye*
peptic and onsptivesynnonts of loogatattdingo by a
careful per m , of this most wonderful work. will find
the cameo( soe-h symptoici iii the baniful habit here
Cl3"Any Miff sanding twenty-five cents *echoed in a
letter, will rr 'ins mos copy of this beak. by mitt, or
five rope's wi - Went for one dollar.
0r,0.A11 lett rs arc parmied to be rose rats,. vim*
those containing a remittance , arid achheesel.
"DR. IV ; Immo, in ISIIROOIIt Street test-.
wean P . 'ma riri4; Pnliiibu f rin..- . emu
- 11CUARMili RE.--Iron, at do. sir., nod nsemeit
I-A t- 06W enelieettent ON - INFO nue* wood ow
augers, slsecei, sliihrels;buth rod Ude*., fli‘kili4l l
and kides t a** *Us 6 t.do.,letoXing., sheresk ,aed ie
fact • deneo of Tirol re,which
male !beep i• it I 4 FOX'S.
_No. 4, 1 * R.
4 -1 4 aWee giehtdelllC's*Oli d - ks
reareb ' prociii•dfrms to 0der
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THE BEGS OF LIFE