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ar my of the Insuzge!!tsistitalltim unconditional sur
render to tbs-ilussaan.:anny. - His usairtplejtera
been f o lldnialbillascsberlesrogeer corps. The'
officer tie t itoliVc i ffe r eat , P Pro •
ma d e igilcsonithOreak „Foine,galdraut, to
fortune tisste • P - • ••••• • yir
lay amen- tetilkir* - -afaiwontil have
made strangetllF2OtirWthe ifturgenti*4o 6 ' die
ehargett,b): CenCiarniidnull corps 'respbcting the
estratlition otitis prittonernre s. a . -_
I am in c omnarmicatiotrwithihe commander of
the Anson& armyt. i4AICSOPOOOryteIi , Pills him at
lour Imperial NI ajesty's rlisposal.
It eras rumored that tlteEmperor of Bondi bad
o wed a price of-60,000.ribles - pn Rossuth's : lead
dead otalice. - -..••, -..••, • e-
It is asserted b y some et ale ; aTdeet'lriends of
Hun,,,mty that George has W=IHW proven- a traitor
and has yielded to t ,the - golden- arguments -of the
Ituv:ians. . .
Kosstales wife and family, it is said;liad fallen
into the hands of the Imperialists.
Tric,Fivs POINTS.in,New York is.known every.
where es one of the most-pestilent spots in the Un
ion ;.and lying, as it does, !tithe heart of the great
city of Nev York, the wonder has long bean that •
it be permitted to exist. For a number of years
efforts hare been anade to.yetnode, it,,withont elect
for the reason that the oiinersorpropertythere find
it more profitable to maintain it as it is, than it
could be'by any change they could make. The
tents derived from these dens of misery are said to
he enormous; and, as almost every resident has to
pay a small sum, the aggregate may be judged of
by the following statement Which we find in the
Courier and Engnirer;
In a single building, called Chimney Sweeper's
flail, in the rear of No. 7 Little Water street there
are 200 colored people. On one of the corners of
Orange and,rl'o36 streets, there are 95 colored and
prostitutes in a basement: and a rear building At
a place known as No. 23, there are 80 females of
the same class and of all colors. At Nos tO and
12 Mulberry street, there are about 800 persons.liv.
um on two lots.. Nos. 142, 144, and 148, are all
houses of ill-fame, and contain nearly 100. persons
each. ' At 95 Cross street there ate 52 male inmates
75 females and 135 children—in all 262 human
beings in a single house. These facts furnish an in
dex of .the eeneral character of locality. These
people,jhus crowded together are without excep
t'on the offscouring of the city—the very refuse of
filth and vice. ADIS of them have gone thither
from more respectable portions of the city, when
they have become too degraded to live elsewhere
It is the common sink for poisoned and pestilential
curass that have become too offensive to be toter
axed in any other quarter.
TUE FLOOD tax REP Rivca.—We hear distressing-1
accotints of the flood on Red River, and the in I
mense 4lest ruction of property occasioned thereby.
An Extra from the Republican represents the rise of
the water as unprecedented. • With the exception
of a few elevations, all the iiluvial lands, on both 1
-ides of the Red River, Bayous Robert and Rapi
de-., and perhaps Bayou Bteuff, have been ccvered,
and are still submerged. As the front proprietors
made. no calculation , for such an unexampled rise,
'Ile) were not prepared . for such in emergency,
1 , 1,1 their los. has been very severe., The suffer
m, on the river above is represented to be even
wiirse. Alexandria has been damaged very mate
rially t many of the houses are un lenatined, and
oilier,: will be before the water recedes. The loss
to flapiiles Parish alone, estimating the CtStton crop
at f 15.000 bales. and the Sugar crop at 10;000 Mid.,
with the usual amount of Molasses, will reach 83,-
The Eitra adds: It is impossible to estimate the
INs by the flood in the valley of Red River. In
wead of upward of 25,000 this parish will not pro
:love 2.000 bales. In the valley. instead of up
ward of 130.000 bales not 3d.t160 will be made.—
The loss in this article will be 55,000,01 V, which
1- nothing *the loss (lithe crop Of cam, of
01 farming ithplements, the destrtictlort of improve•
menu. and general breaking up of plantations.—
N 0. Com. Itulietin,
THE Ft..OEIDA OUTBREAK. -rue ...1./mann a / 1 &pub
hen publishes the following extracts from a letter
dated. at St Augustine, the 20th inst.:
The Indian• outbreak will ruin thousands of
poor farmers in East Florida, who have been and
will be compelled to abandon their hdrue.s and per
haps hare everything they poiisess_in the, world de •
F;roye.i. Almost f DITTI is on my forth, from
which I have been eiornpelled to flee with my fami
ly. rot knowing at.what moment, had we remain
ed. iv'e--would have been sent to out last home by
tie Indian- rifle.
" Major Ripely, with. his detachment of LT. S
trnnps has returned to St. Augustine from Indian
River and reports that he had seen no Indians;
t! ouch he had discovered, about- two miles from
the: settlements, where they encamped the night
rlisoing the outbreak in July last ; They evidently
made their way back to the nation. - Lieut. Adams
with his detachment of U. S. troops, has also re
twned to St. Augustine from tot. Marshall's plan
t.dion on the Halifax River. The whole of the set.
Patents on the Southern coast are at present tin
protected, and - the Indians now have full oppor
tunity to ileslziy add bum eyerything.
The Ocean Argus of the;t9th says : u Col. Spen
cer Indian itgartt, passed through town from Tam
pa last Saturday. He found it impossible to have
alivoornmunitation vriththe Indians, and states that
*5;000 could not hire' an: enterpreter toe into the
nation. A war, and a long one, too, in his opinion,
appears inevitable. Ile also states that the settlers
at Manatee, in leaving their premises, were close
ly pursued by Indians, in canoes. Of course all
that they left, and that is everything; is plundered
and burnt. This outbreak, already, bag cost over
Mr. Calvin . Fairbanks, who was sentenced to
liteen years' confinement in the Penitentiary at
F:articlort, - Ky. about five years since, for aiding
Flare to escape (rota that State, has been pardoned
by Gov. Crittenden, and is now on his way to lit
tie Genesee, N. Y. where his Mother and ttiends
reside. His conduct while in prison has had won
the regard of all who saw him. Among the many
who petitioned for his release, was Hon. H. Clay,
lat no one was More active in accomplishing the
result than frl r. Cmig, tfitteloble keeper of the Peal
TUE PAL7 , llltd TRAGEIEr.—Soine of the newspa
pers are publishing the letters, just discovered; that
passeAl between &rm. Wise and Mr. Hart in Pal
myra. Ili.souri and which induced Mr. Wise to
III! Mr. H. The loam are full or love enough,
:did are well spiced with poetry - but -really they
.!0 not possess general interest sufficient to fit them
it the press. Some are very silly, some aro very
~ l ecent. and the whole are maudlin with after
tv'th It is wrong to publish such things.
Pl.r.,r-ry or User. ,Baas.—The Pittsburg Post
nas been sued for a libel, in pronouncing a speech
made by Gen. Taylor in that city, to be a " forgery."
'fie editor is not to be, frightened however. He to
shout to subpwaa Gen. Taylor, Dr. WoOd, and
ethers. and says that he can prove that Gen. T.'s
speech was nothing like the one repored. Of
course it was'nt. ,
IrIERCIIA?CT'M OAR 4 iicc OlL.—Time anti exper- !
have folly proud UNtrzsteeit. REM
DT ha. not j!..rquat nit the leo of petisular me I if...,
TrAIOoOIIV of the mce-111 ioiwere - led etiano lPr iti
wnnderful.alferti , n lihe-toilinti economy at
M , .-I daily prePliteii to the proprimoy. .
A v4iimg man io Ale fowl' of whop
tiozhe• ware harm off him. wit* mooned (w.thimi
t . utierisi2.) by tae bawdy uae of thin Oil. See , ad
t emtpment A pamphlet of dest.np
lion may be had caA-na of ;h. ageet.
CnLotetA CouDfrf ricKv:T. -1 he Dern"(4lll"4
nt Columbia County, held their' Convention at
Bloomsburg on Monday last, and,put in nomination
4 lft Witt-big ticket. viz : Hepreaentativa, John
; Treasurer, Amaiiiins Lever: Com
musioner Joseo Year; Auditor s Hiram IL Kline
Coroner, drew Frew
orniomaufs-. , awitantf .
5 ,# ti 4 : l2l °Vi*tiVitishilYi ta"a **l ii t-
Mq; ,igat 4ie liiw them ids e '
lan*, Andge - Hatibtartos, Feats of Oa lloya:lftem
for tliemaeltreikai I,lsaire„ c 4 4pi
sortdteat of the latest publicOleas4Altellsy..'.iT -
links pleasure in. informidirthe Lldieti ithitt.
hive'a beautiful aiimiinteile of the latest
Pi 3 l% b4:10
Viper catiarnm the reguliurade, pliant,- •
1-would say to tbcse-isrbcwwisb2s/t , froCtiri arks
fen' dais, jewimi
the publiOmfmprices.:,. iitcluld'i&i at to my sub.
•setibersoltOtagoold businears amain' ine•Tiontyptit l . -
ing heti ei4rif:iiiiit)o74#4*sl
their.Magaz 4 lnei at the store •
BLANKS". BLANKS!! •••• ,••••,• •
Constable'. Slaleak > Aitostagigenatiorrti
nPe!IPPor Eigeint!Vafa. ,
Suraseorra,, - altortfraffaV' •
Sialkirmafts,, , Antle r AIN"
Pruned on super= paper, fix sale at tleaolLea. iTwrttre, of
every description, printed lo orders • . ,
- Mariled o " . ` •
In Columbia, on the With oh.,l?tllt,i, Thos. Witch.
ell, Mr. Dat..trAw Wisitrotyn,f4,llollllo,
to Miss Luce Airs Cona.ottitejolnet:
In Wyal n ursday44 st . by Rev. 8. nook.
Col. Mrress.late of .8.A,, to Miss Manua
*sr Monnow,.all of Wyaiusing.
By the saline, riii the 4111 inst., Rev. Danyta Coon,
.Elchoylkill,Co., Pa.; -to Miss Anst.ts
Law's, of Wyalusipg.
On the 4th inst.. at the Farsonage. in thistborongh,
by Rev. Julio* Fcistet, Wm. Rase Tessranstr to
Miss JULIA SIOULTOIt aq.Pf the.state of N. York.
In Towanda tp.. on the 2.11d-tRI.. 'by'tbe
/donna: D. Btomata's:l.ot Wyses. to MiWIAr.
ctsn• J.se W. 1175. of the forma ptdce.
lItt.tDFORD COUNTYMEDID ALSO.
CIETI'..--..Theris will he a meeting held' at
Fr' Wanda on Thusday Sept. 20th., for the. organiza,
lion of a county Medical Society, and an adoption
of a constitution recognizable by, the State Medical
Society. Every Physician in the county is request-
Id to attend.
THE NORTH BRANCH ASSOCIATION
rfsle ir OF UNIVERSALISTS. will :bold.its an
nual meeting in Burlington, on the 'bird Wednes
day and following Thursday (191 h and ItOth of Sep
Services will commence Weptlay morning, at
10i o'clock. 9ceasional tigrmo__,y_Rev-S.J. Gib
All are respectfully invited to attend and partake
of the gospel feast.
H.. E. Wu%Tat7, Standing Crk.
A" persons indebted to the estate of RICHARD
N. HORTON. deceased, late of Sheol:Alain twp.,
are hereby reijneated to make payment Widnreadelay, and
thole having Claims against said eststa,riiilrplease pre
sent tSeru day authenticated for settlement'.
JAS. B. DEMO:NY.
'Shesitestrin, Sept: 10. 1849. Admlniiitrators.
TAKE NOTICEr . •
WEAS, wife Lorin& haslet' my beitand
and lM board without arty joist cause or proariesitiort
I forbid all persotie . barboritit et tripitingfirre.osi my ac
&mot, as I shall pay no debt s
, a her eentrieting• an
tess compelled by law. • 81DRIT CRANDALL.
Wells, September 10. 1849.
JV. wrucock respectfully informs the.poblie
. that be bai kilted this will•knOwn stand, in lbs
village of Monroeron, leek" oeettpied by Smith and
Woodruff, where he will be happy to receive the visits
of the traveling: a;trimnnity. The hours having been
greatly enlarged and improved, and being well-fumisb
ed, is now tapabio of secommbilatiog all who may favor
him with a call. '
He *Freres the prilic that his' undivided care and
attention will be given to their comfort...and hi hopes
to merit and receive a share of business. 6
Monnietun. Sept. 10. 1840
THE uniformed Volunteeri composing th e 4tb bat.
of the Ist brig. 9th div. P. M.. will meet at the
hods° of HUGH HICKS, in' Rome, on Tuesday the
2d day of October, 1849, at 10 o'clock, A. M., armed
and equipped u the law directs, for parade, review and
inspection. B. WHITNEY, Lieut. Col.
Roam, September 9, 1849. •
J. G. GILBERT,
No. 212 Pearl street, New York, offers for scale
Paper Hangings & Floor Oil Cloth.
AA LARGE assortment of American, French 'and
German Paper Hangings, with borders to match,
for sale in any quantity, at the lowest market rata.—
Merchants unable to visit the city of New York can
drpend(upon their orders being filled at the lowest mi
ce, by,-ending description of style and quondam. off
floor cloth cut to suit the purchaser.
New York, Sept. 9, 1849. -
- CAUTION . !
trim public are hereby cautioned againit purchasing
• note given by me on Thnraday'last. On the sum
of Thirty Dollars, to Henry Hilt, of bearer. puyible by
the middle of October. its I have received no ialue
for the same, I shall not pay it miles 'compelled by law.
OLIVER ELLSWORTIT; JR..
del ~ypitle. Reptember 5, 11.49.
AT °TICE is havell'alvett that the io-partitiMl4lp
111 heretofore kisung betareetißlitirrOL & SMITE ;
is this day dissolved by Mutual i l / 4 :stsent, ,ths tub:mums
of the late firm *ill be settled by 'Bristol. •
I. 114 f4/41T11. •
Sept. 1. 1549
Tnis Institution having been placed in charge
G. R. Rsititsa and .H. 14. Hort; A-4 1 .0FM
commenca on Monday the Sib day of Or.tober next.
The Academical year will consisept four terms
of eleven weeks each :. Commencing respectively.
October Bth. 1849, January 2d, biardli 23th and
June 17th, 1850.
Tuition per Term,
common EnglialOtudiea. includineVenrio
raphy mot Mental ay thmetie, ' - IV Go
same trim Englieh Gratiiihar, ind — Adam's •
Higher English branches. including Mental.
IVlntal and Intelieetuatreimiets. 4 00
At r ehys. Geometry. Anriretting. dm. •••- 4 50
Laon.G.eek and -French Languages. - a 00
Fuel. Is and 2nd terms.. • • -
Hoard csn be obtained is priests families am ram
satiable terms. ,
• 3. baIONNANYM Preat•
C. 1.. WARD. Seey.Of Board of .TiuMees. -
Towanda. rept. t. Int). -
ilia 1813 'children., alml'lntimits 13*Witta 1116 t
at 17 1 23 " .0111X'a,
VICE CRAPE SHAWL& OM I. &oat sat-. the
Mont of B. ILINGISHERY & Co. .
AV . a ' -
LA — AO— CrAtA i lli Nr.P3-- akYAT
-t1,e314 .vigzeilz..4 , cr,..4- , ATV , P,,, ~.:,I, f t:cl,-,, e . titt4,-/-4-r.; . iTI
A (6., , i,),2, J4O3.4I4II. , :euMERCURig 'i, , ,.' i , -t
~ .iwieioP,',-,itite - Lu*..,--mpsamqprzi lot,':i
411141 1 )
• erre to elan anietcae l
dry iffill therefore I* sel ono*,
..y e ehosp t ,.. ;: „• --,1
towens l l4 June .05,3. 1 !4Pt 4 , i . T7* .
ow - mamma ust-invozw;o4.9
NEW .GRoony...i.: &
- A • ". •rm
V. - #lo , ll't
(VV V Er raT I PM
.•;.• 7i1 . 10 . ,4*
, vit 64 ' 04 tadalig Yprir
&Wt. ouch of,ll. Kingsbery,. Fo f ,Lo to i r wr t itkoiwt
iiROCEM-FROVISION9IOIOIIB,F • 10009,
to: tihieh tho otatntion,of pare.
sunuittniontof Grocejitei.sodfi f iliitOi' " At** ohs)
will tot id! tiriiintionlylai att..: till
. Towifilio! Itdie "40' . • 13: 1 L.'
STRONG , Malt •
r rSIROCEIRS & tetmllonbritettplietriiiiiblltMitrUeer
LT by the bbl. TIFFANY do KINGSBERY.'
NEw v uu v A ro THE ,-,,, : 1.•. .
-;: , , . mi. 2,, neat Row A I.- .. , •
. ' J . 1 ‘.1(111 ,
HUSTON & PORTER are•novr receiving. et No.
_Brick Row, a largelddition to their former
stock, consisting of
Drags, Medicines, Grpeerles, Liquors.
(its, Paints, Dyestetra EiWgods, Lc.
which will be sold at an ly law rates. They alto
offers for sale the splendid . "' p genuine Tess of the PE
KIN TEA CO MPk ; diewhich they are anent!, and
which they do not hemitate,to Iriebtomend . mai being en
pm for to any t other imported., ' - . • • .
• Having been appointed *gent foe moat all the grew
use Popular Pateuthhledicines, we assure the public we
will not offer any that arnoonnterfeit, as we will not buy
or imorpt en agency from -those speculators. who. by
base imitations impose upon the -country with limit
Towanda. June 18. 1919. - ,
• " Welts,
E. T. FOX;
TS now reviving &full supply or. *WRING AND
J SUMMER GOODS which are offered for sato as
low as the same can be
,purchased at any pletwibisside
of the city of NeW York. Thankful for'the very 'Tiber.
rib •Patronage extended to him -heretofore. fie Witold
respectfully nit aea NMI di who wish to porch*.
Good. dicey's that smelt is th tut - griponed of at the
lowest note-h. please dooi neglect to call wad dont forget
the i d o c. e . North Store. corner of Miin and Pine-at.
JUST opening • splendsd assortment of fashionable
DRESS GOODS consisting of Manned and Wren
Dotage% Silk Timmes, Linen, and Chanagehle Lusters,
Organdie* and Printed Muslin*, Scotch. French, and
American Ginghsens, Chaethra's Small Figured Dins
and Geeen beLanu and . the Ptettcst assortment of
Prints in town at FOX'S.
CILOVES-50 dozen Kid Bilk, lode thread and cot-
Nfr ton gloves of °yety possible. sins and color at
30 DOZEN more of those linen HaniterchieGo at I2i
ets. at my 23 FOX'S
HATS -34 oleskin, fur, silk, eoloted and white %nip
can, wool, Paestum Leghorn, pedal and palm leaf
Hata, on band and for sale at MERCURS'.
A PS—A good assortment of Men's sad Boy's cops,
from cents op, for sale et MERCURIO'.
NOTICE TO COLLECTORS.
OTICE is hereby givcn to the several collector. in
1 1 11 Bradford County. that the Commissioners will at.
t their office in Towanda. on Thursday, Friday. and
Saturday the 20.21, and 2241 days of Sept. next to
make exoneration. from their Duplicates of State and
County Taxes fw 1840 at which timolhey are respect
fully revested to attend .and lay their claims before
•-• By order of Commissioners.
Towanda Aug. 20.1842 C. S. RUSSELL Clk.
-ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. -
!iLLpersons indebtcd to the estate of SMITH PIN
DLETON. deceased. Uu of Rhlgherrt township,
are hereby requested to make payment without delay.
and thaw buoying claims against said estate will please
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
D. S. BROM N
L. B. HYATT,
Z1:731.61849V 2 A 3 X tZ
Of Tr...y. Bradford comity,. pa.,
PROPOSES making :periodical vis' iis at Towanda
during the session of every coUrt. Rs may be
found at the house of J. B. Cross, couitnencing on the
3d of Beptember. Reference can be bad from any part
of the comity. AR wmit warranted: ab tilm3
NEW GOODS .
TRACY & MO ORE , ire now receiving ampler
width have hero porebawa, Wpm pas latsfall in pnoes,
and will be add reibarkah
Towanda. July <13 0 18411. - • <
OLD WHISIEET.:4O bbh. luseri3
eehred by TrITAN Y & INGSBERY:
CLOTHING. - :A, largeamovuoist of
Goods foTifeno!.stod,Boyo' Bwalebt- cletbalOsew
opening and for see at 909 MERCURT.
00101,13111—A hinge orrioroiroeot o
Floroork , Polka% Au*. 1 1 1 J :PC.10 . PPOstrifg.
NoggMin and. Loghthit Jl4proeriiPP
dower', for oak at :p213 -
101524r0 TICHAB.—A . geed 'weerisleat el -Deed,
J Moelding Desch .PLAPlES.letegreiug plaint
and ether Joinsee Tools, just received frweithe Anti.
factory, and for sale la! , p. D. BARTLETT. ,
RICH DRESS GOODS.
Biagi:eery, July 2t, 1842.
(INi-this, and two *medal, totem& the Common
fichoois in the bayonet of Towende, &hook to
eenunanow en the tith of August, and condone fear
months. •By - twill" of.tbe Scheel Iliteetnee
July 17, 11146: Wit. 61COTT, fleenotaxy.
NEW GOODS. AT THE ,
1 - 1 baste andliiwtablcansOr&ROM'? 6PRINO &
!•1311M ER 0;0D2. Thief, griji.*Paitl. aF argy t hrer
rate*. Buoini4of Open
fair'sind I•nimst princiitep. , ,Ir4s bivitpur shanks for
lima favors sawelope:, ivegmtinies#tiof **RA
as ore arr lteol t d tg ,
WESTEAN , xr at is,
r 9 lit it esr tbs tiind u rlii -1441- tei' ' Pliw -M Y" * lirii . d a ily al at i l lands .'alek 44
P. M. •9111X1 skit's" fixii of Duantalia 141. 11, I 08 ,
- Atli4ll6llw rids 14, et'oeft,olWeekiet wits
out nage will be emended Al. tiedeb: •
- 11:SEIL 40441TOolaisSUMANIUNG AtallON
Owego. .4 '1
gg t inZMYM MOC*taX4ML Z
I 1 1 :
1 1 2 MIX Can removed hid Ding Mont aliertburnitertli
dinin , lll.inay . no. , and bin< stow Ina
added do his former natiortinoat si large inisipty of
eAßOceitruptew IL - &
ginswiviVesikartim., abattrr Fishing lad%
Isoiia y C yt eadr t ?alluitzt-tw: - "
'goat Pr WA or =the 4; isiii4o,;,POP_ AB
• ( Rif/ 51):11rtilre.
4 1 „ZPICIN-ES ofike.4 l l. *Wilt cort,tevitrebanoLni
tam with • certainly cif procuring nentininautiuler4
Be ludas-arta for COM.
PAN Y of New York.artioae Tea* hay* attained a wide
ilMettrettliteaket kr de:widow/ enilthrur how price.
An exausinatiamogiis,stisak, to which he inxite• the
attention id the public. wilt.setfr&err`r, eeic-that ft
I P:P er fl g t rifg e4 , lo ( l o lll vjeWs l PrKitririd-t44eet Pnd
act4Oridrabieatttciol , eltd.,P 6 apd*Abe..brat
rated. towaridn.. May 11,11419.. f
Anima 111'0 Umatillesb.,
TIME sod experience balm fully proved that that this
I.IXIVF.ft3AIt REMEDY Itu Antrum its equal
on the list of popular medicines, havingberst mom that
14 years before the public.
- ,'Tratimorty, of the most. disinterested , character of its
wonderful erects on the animal *comma:. is alnvoll dai
ly presented to the proprietor.
A young man in the.town of Wilson. wham clothes
were burnt off of him, was restated (leithrettiodScing)
by the timely the of the Oil.
Numerous are the unsolicited stalemate, of epode
themselves, an& others who have used the Oil, of cures
which in thernsalves aprmat remarkable. that they at
all interested in • pecuniary point, they could hardly
have been rietlited. . -
The following tranmest-sreamonirmany others in the
cure of which.this 04 has been completely ,uccaaaful
and in which others bad entirely failerl:
Spawns. Sweeney.Ringlicittet. %lodgelto Pull Ell. Cal.
loos, Omaha , floalik Gallo of all kinds. Lameness.
Fresh Wound'. Sprains.. Brash'. Sand Crack'.
Foundered Peal, Scratebe",, or Grew Mange. Rheo:
.madam. Bites of Animals. External Poisons. Painful
Nervous Affections. Frost Bites, Boils, Corn; Whit
low/4 Burns sod Shads. Chilblain.. Chapel hands.
Crimp, Contraction" of tho Mosel's. Swellings.
Weather.' of the Joints. Caked Breasts, drx.
CAUTION TO PURCHASERS.
Rowans of COUNTERFEITS. and be wars the name
of the Sole Proprietor. GEORGE W. MERCHANT.
LOCKPORT. N. Y., le blown in the aids of that bot
tle, or in his hand writing surer the cork. Don't be
persuaded to take any thing elms with the prouder it is
jolt se red. dr.c.. de. This isyractised by those an
principlsd deniers whose conscience will stretch like
India R. Mier, and who are of a kindred , spirit of thaw
in our large shies . whose nebnious practices have so re
cently been exposed to the action of Coopers.
Those who attempt to Counterfeit tbis article we re.
fared to the law of New Tork. of May 18414 by which
it twill be weep that every parson meddling in thwe
counterfeits is subjcct.to indictment, , imptisonnent. and
A person selling out.of thin stage. will be lieble tast
iest wheel in the ewe, end also to be held as a .witnese
egainst. those he bought of or sold for.
All Orders addressed to theroptietor rill be regal&
Get a pamphlet °Oho Agent tea so what wonder.
are accomplished by the ass athiii medicine.
Sold by respectable dealers wuserally in the United
Stites and Canada.
For mile by HUSTON &PORTF.R.Tomanda..E.D.
Yells Lavrreneeville. Edwin Dyer, Covington. Abel
Mcintross. Pomp & Kinsey. Easton. Lewis
Smith Ir. Co., Allentown, U. IL Dulrm, South Demon.
Oct. 15th 16.1& • st'2o., 1.
J. A. KaHe's Clothing Stori, Elmira
Come listen now while 1 relate
A tale I'm bound to tell, I •
Of clothing sold at soch. a rite •
That none-can undone%
One day called on John A, Kane
A' suit of clothes to buy,
They were an cheap that - I would fain
Persuade you all a try,
Kura fcr John A. Kano, Nona for John A. Kane !.
Weil boy our clothing all of him,
Fur heat bint . no one ran. •
His Stock consists of every kind; -
And piled. ray eyes! bow high.
You certainly can't help but and
The thing to suityour eye.
There's Snits to suit all sorts amen, ,
For Wedding Church, or Shop
There's rants, Yruntabere's t leaks
Of C oats a thunderin lot
.Kuria„ for Jaba l A. Kanellturaftxj.
Ifo 'nit you loiy a Stitt Atha
You're sore-local! again.
Theta', brew-and Sack ! and froae.totigtel
OY Ciotti the very best.
Theietionder - Chithing, Pants too;
Sad Satin Vests. _
as fitting to a at
fared lot bete to tell, -
His clothing on each man Act first tate--
holie.ior be personally Tanen the 4604
tlektinent. and bakis goals, *hi in :the best
inanner, and the beat style. ,
' 4 lltirra for t
- an A. ICane,liumi fin Al:Ktios
lye • "
itheti;, want a first ate
111011 on hip tiger&
'.' „Bp* ether talent tell yon More
1T ~iia on bind now in, the Stara
Vsti)it4;T, N fiiitlite etothis,
• s‘wpien, S ou have . a
14 94 . 0 11 40 A. , .pre
zimio r tAtad always find
John A.Xine'realy to give you, the worth'ef.yous
Money at No. 6, *oar Street, fifth door west of
thlt Etidilet•-• ,••• •
• lianaftw Jahn A. Kure, Mum for L A. Ka*
•. Well buy Dar clothing all of him
r • Ear ireat.hint ne one CID.
• 178- Asada wasted • foe all kinds of work, immediate
lyr 'MEE A. KANE. Elmira. Amp "SI /S.
- NTOSH, DENTIST,
• • roan MIA/ roan' 1:
.XTOWBrailfesl4l4sany. Ps, spikes*, a perimii.
tLIk, eel skit ts-TOWAN DA. rrniffilibilLiwork
lsys.amiseseina, els at May nisi, Nill Wound at
:111sidaess, vsfimisees sod ors;Als pries).. !Nob
insetted. Irma one Is a slugs mt, anilf t ;srevesate.ta bs
mewed ss Sisti as eau tordosis , its thorathaw — ,
~,.Tbs isilasiiscsinsges win Surprsisdiesily *WA r
Magmas. 4thess. Tfay..4ltspsriliOke.
-Ik* will bs gives& week-se owls ishases.:tiusseh the
Repeetsi. sod iltssall sdsertisemente... - •1, sp2,
I\TADAS AND BPIICDB.-4 6 1:4,11.11100. MANIA
IA 40d NattiOuottlh,4ol46oActi tipitiPs. feral
,b7,*',1, 1 , 1 1.0.114iicer it 'I 4 E.HCPRkr. •
(VLSteitisapand Llosted Oil. is
%X to suit litamers„ tot West -1111KC=II
- - EXCCUTORIgIi NOTICE.
iitittoptivdriira .P 4
dihmkeilesta raid .4stimiviii plesse
Mit OWN datj ,
IA 8 . 41 Act. , giecetor .,
elskritig - 41010.01tirionV , ,
A ORM - . 1 1 4911 ere;:
LLI.-peroonoriadittoodliithiPlibite fit JOSEPWEL
LIOTT-.kolOsi. lete'ef-Wyeiutimetdortudri t 4.o l
hereby requietitt and
those having elsicris' egliinfrini4 estate wilt. isieswe pre
seat them duly sat ire`
.. rtt]emct t
• Az' 00E2 tI.LMTT.
• - ••11ARNY ELLiorr.
crammer. 1ti0•*...45m6.244 ,Expeuttos.
LIST OF illa dinwit"r9t3 Leptemlxr
•ux.4.1 - •
A th,eire Buswiir;L s ' 4 - tfertun,
AlballPA6 - .
Bo tifnir f : le,t.t*ielv...l3heit# ?ERZ' t
Col. !Ozer ory _
Duty• • ;Dumb.
titan )4Noughlt - ; .
I.eroy4olies": tareuni. *Mimi Ittirse';'':7
MeinrolL 11011.1t&Valstuary ; •
OrvrtleetirChalree:: • T .
Pik. ' • I
Rideberv.:43 . role - Ceeper. Sacks %Et. Webb, Asepli
. • _•• ; •
R0me.....8. W. Elliott. Philander Tuwner; '
riptillgtar—cEirsus & t wo
T0t014.4.1"p IC Batman. . .
Mut% 11 , . 1 - 1-31:16
Tmv Tr0....6.-Winiare Varto, - .Leonerd Upham
ITh.ier--Jedutb.sn'Sirnewit. Thrinnut 'Peult
Nylon—Gabriel King, Bertrand Whitney:,
" taint wstr. '
Aaiens Spa/dinc:- . • -
Canton—Justin Bothwell. J. A. Bothwrlll
Columbia—L. M. Cornell. Hiram Cilaalls
Darel—J. M. Bishop. Jacob Remick, base Place;
Herrick—lt 13: Wetmore ;
Litchfield.—Renben Pa Flip; -
Pake—E.tephen Gregory. IL B. Warner; .
Ridgbery.-Dan. Oillett; • - • - • - •
liOnse—W. W. Goodrich ; • ~
Routh Creek—George 'Dunham, Daniel Hildretb
Sticshequin—Abraham Core. John X: Horton, Han
ry Kingibery; -
trpriandekl•-.Waltar Mattocks:a M.:Stroud a
Towanda boro.-Steptien , lPalton, Wlett"Trant;
Windham--Nelsoa .. •
A DMI NISTRATIIR'S'SIiCitt tr.. • .
A 1.I; persona Ainiieboai to tho• edam of S. HOT.
COMB, demised. tate of the townshippf LOW,.
are haft re•socatiol,wasoko wynwa oithoutlaii4,
aodlhoims bastog chains stieshist wig estate will please
present them duly intfeentfeated for wltttlnt4l*. --
C. STOCK %,‘ ELL.
L. W 0110wi ER,
-Canton, Sept. ft. UM Atlministratorn.
Corning, Elinira and Buffalo Ling
A BOAT OT , THIS LINE will kayo CORNING
Jr. ELMIRA for BUFFALO. every week during
the season •in the Mowing order
Leave Corning........Toesdays, at 10 o'etorii. A. M.
Leave Corning • Wednesdays, at SWAM'. P. M.
Leave Havanna ' T. or days, P. M.
T"0.411/0ifienerm Lake on Frid.aSe touching at
Big fltream.Biarika. Lath. Dresden. yawing Genera.
Waterloo and Renee, Fails. en Ratordsy.
Lease Buffalo for Elmira and Coming, every Etterdey
Morning. , -Leave Reekoster twiny Monday inernins.
BOAT COBNINH. .CAST. A. M. Tsszna.
BOAT ELMIRA ate?. R.-P. Femme.
BOAT BUFFALO Carr. E. H. Miss!.
For freight or Pump, apply to tiro Catptaims on
board, or , to thilakorint &vats:
W. M. Mallory. Coming.• Pilaw& Holly. Geneva. .
8. B. Stang & Co. SIM Hastings &FOIL do
.1: Whitens:nit, Iforsohmid J. Miller. &taken Falls.
E. 8. Hinman, 113•11111114 L. Boated°, %twosome..
I. G.Townsend. big Stream H. L. Fish. &chimer./ -
Woodworth & Past. Nils & Whet*. Snell°
Gay & Sweet, Waterloo. ~ April 12. 1849;
NEW - SPRING G000S;
111 the New York and Erie Railroad.
KINOBBERY it CO.. are now receiving a laws
• and mail•Ateirehle stock of Goodi. Hoeing been
purchmed at theme's reduced mime. they can atoll
dentlyisay to , the cidtsoi of Bradford County. that
they will not b, nntiereold. - Their Goods will posi
tively b. sold thr en& cheaper then they can its bought
at. GWego. Elmira Or Binghamton. To prove this tall
and examine our goods and prices. Among our DI
Goods may be found the following:
Soper rot French black. Blue. Olive green end,
brown cloths; der.rabia. Bosom French - 1).. kin..
and fancy Caevireeres; Tweeds, Wanda. and toll
cloth . Worsted and Silk Serpa ; Satin. Cbahatare and
a great variety of Vesting*, plain and-plaid linings. &e.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
French and. Auferican Cloaking; Scotch. ?tenth and
American Gingham.:. Fr+ ch changesble. plain
and plaid Alpacas ; Queen. Lustre ecobrokiered.Thtbrr
Cloth. Silk md Satin Stripes. Plaid. plain Mohair,
Basket. heath and Long Shawls : also pink. sad blue
Bounds ettbo lateatatyle, Cashmere. Hintilt4a. 4ll 4 , '
ccher.:Mmuulag.Mun and *bite orange and Nue. and
sheers every satiety of English. Arnarlean and r tench
Prints. changeable Cabers. black Grade, Rhine. plain
and plaid Bilk, Silk and Cotton Velars. caralwirt Aluahn.
book. Swiss and bishop Lawns.:Bruowla Lau*, plain
slid spired Bobinotta. 62U011 edo4. and innorinest
puns Ifillts.-Gimps, Trimming Buttons r a large
meat of Mande, limn cambric& ladies' needle worked
cults. French corms; lace capes. nub. wive. , knobs
afre. • "
Abut—Perm and bleached Sheeting:' bream and
bleached Matsuda. bsngup Conk. white. rad. nosed
and Salsbury Manna* satin Omega. brawn and bleach.
adjeans" Cam On. Flannel,' come vain:. biota; ike, in
shorti Nona teary article hr the Dl ,Goods line La use.
A large sesortment of ender! from the beet name.
futures; Iron. Neilaves* mei Osensen Merl. Amer
& Co:. Shove mill, mese•mstind tanitroi4 pt l
and beck Sawa. tea. wrought end bone DultA. thumb
and drop Latches; Squires. Dividers, Chjorle, Admire.
Brace and Mite of the beat sinelity. Wrenches. Mass
German Am.-Britten** nod Iron Table end• Tee
Sprirts.Candlemicka, Limps. all kindest limb. drill%
thee. Wm. &n. -
Flowing blue. light do. awl whits sew to Mk Pet'
• rd lattoras. plain rind inwry snick is lds
lino waned. -
ken AND SHOW .
Th. lows* owl mast fl - tahianotilo oisletssonkair
die and Itionke .9411411. Thwkina and -1111itipiro:
remit ei6r4o' OM */ jCotk.. Craze sad lime So*
andiabiwe isi airataarion. , .
Min o toad ha aoLZ LE .Tilr•R ao bItL - ,
to,pgrgairn t . - 4 7
" • • " couFre4 , '
Wou ii*.ikik.Loviottotiak•' lhavneava%
VV lerwarealtiniii - orli AT
ijal albs, istalN • good sametnierna' at AlPli rwiri
Itilihnna. 'Bt as .4114; and: a vairt,r;Mllat
ARTICIA., all itarhirb will be afeatika low prim
‘..1 - * kat .-• t -•
8 DREiIB GOODS,
111 1 1. 1 000 1 010 1 0" 1111*
• 4:ll lt i' Z ' '
earierrof , fine iiiirt,riiinef.f-joo4tie
they are enebled to rifler opod eslay..*telettOliOli any
house Wittelts,d__, , l,4o . o')iVili4 . 2:4oloo thick
and kip'l in sut~ Broiens.'6eorretrilutilities . .silling it
A Ri p p i
nexpertfiply: imnrinneelts`dif tub.
~'i G, thßt they
1444 ais4 dual, u sigvr forAlk .15414.140.11,44,14147
'TN* Hodge ho fiesilkeit viiih f mc
ifiricehoul, kid perron4 irlogra rc t srasOk either ea
bushy:se Gr'o4h44e..`ttill - SnZ
i m it is th•• dr : tererinitlOil . .fhe *Pdfair• k 4 19
eigtalitivturi. litaL irflo:esety
they reepectruily.d4igit--thk2dWie lerOve . khodi d gall •
• I.—t. 0., WARD. •
SZE:a wkieo.. •
2nn Pt . Sn• PEEDISTE AT. Creme, ftreihnit
•• 1 ‘" 'cveri WAS but theittiree wetb itself tit Wit
- - - • tRFORD.`
Nimnrefrou AP2tuktlt ;R=C • • -
*42.1. ns irizisvg •
LrvErErx6.l l *. ; i otni.hr..kpr , „
t4ste., Sfia+uritsg Nt.;;;;al , ..t.i)4nkatrata.
Ynun Skin lad !dart
1 Tian. of auperjor.d...n., fui sale. at prie.t that tviU
-Di, Jude.* of the ankle. at'_ gitclaw..,
. . .
TU . Owners. of , anti_ Dralrrs-vr- flofseo. .
• ' ----- .. cOu'r9v.st(itltlma.
. ar.....i ' IN I MEND, fiat the ear*
at tutyr. ROI &proud
Hon Nano, liorvertiontneee
,t. a FvverialvFeet: Bra.
-41- ', - iio_l *ha.rioik , .-YrotiNkr
' oil ill Bias. Cute, Kicks.
Craelrial . Welk - latritchea.
, . , :• &e.. on Rorie*: • 1
CARLTINOS R!Pii4BONF.2 CURE;
For the cure of Ring-bone. Mood i3paein: Mao Bpi.
yin, Wtoduslie Slid rtplint--a certain. rinnedt.
.;FThi- 'Ring bone clop an the rflundrr'oiatimint
are iireparrdtivm the reap* of a eery selebneted Eng.
lib Farrier, and wilt cure in ninetvwitne Cealr.e out of
one hundred any .4 the *hose eum f ;bituts. . They have
been used elf termer& livery-men. atacte4roprivtontand
others, whit the more marked and deeldrti meets .
PAO in New York by Cori stn 37 John in, mad
in Towanda. by ROSTON & PORTER... Gait
• • •
THE GREAT ENGUSHi REMEDY
riIHE only engine) sod genuine Wide int the c is
of other isiniplaint. of It. ?aspiratory
apparentr stol derangement ofthe ditgestive luietions
in the tioree.,le.Nitiithrite'a • •
TAT CE11.:4,41.L* it tArtycoNDEttni.
it is warranted to be perfectly ore in all cute, wilt
exit ineonrenience the optimal or injure. even it ha hu
mr dithatiao.;it.ia tm n 4 to ,Et time? cheaper, than mesa
..f the imitation, tk bit:b tie beihg circukted Itarttith.
eon the country, being put up in-mhzh longer parkas
..ufSeient to cyro 'an ordinary gust of heaves, and to ed•
mineter in a doren ethic+ of eold,.cat Nth, &e.
This remedy be Intuited - qr. atauding-- never befits
attained by any horse medicine, and in far; we know
of patent medirine that has servived as much annowese
nation coolish/ring the 'time it has d established
this country. Mote than £lOO vetted and writan Weiss
modaNl have Voluntarily beenlenshord.us.
, GEMA e BPRING 'PURIFIER.
Th. Relive Powder, given id entail . ttntea. will be
found meat useful at that season: Tbry Absalom the
akin to ma the suPedluous heir *ad produce new:
ther loosen the hide. give a elsweY stitPeeranee to the
coat. pr!itect sigainst disease; they also; fur their line
alterative and restorative powers. purify the blood and
renovate the system. which home esquire at this sites
son soma as an, ratite human rim 11. whcikad a pro
paritioh ofriarsapsrjlla usehil Com* '0 vitiated
stale of the fluids. insistent to the change of Weather.
• which thisaffects all animal as well as up !
tights life. Tit Root; punt of the diseases horses me
auliaet, in hirer pliiiiirts instils cheapest mini hest. slid
1 fur aM the pint:knits of
GENERAL CONDITION MET.IIICfNE.
One package of it edmintetared to &horse not of candle
ti.e. will do more improve his nests and appearance
than five bushels of men or oats—this bas beets ?wade
To ihiss4 who maY bedlam . .. 4 to doubt the- estrum.
Binary airway of obi: medieinis. are Will quote the fob
towing synistesis vf eiidence.out of thi linaciredi Ours.
tideitits we have on hand:
TIC Wilt) 1)017BT Y
Mr. O. M. Hull. ofweriber. Ovwego ty.luctifise
to a puritanenteor..of liesies try one package.
Ms. Ambler. of Dinbury. Cs:, certifs. it - o - a um of
Heaves on a favorite. Himeyarid•says he wouli not he
without tho ratiersarra li.eve Powdersu.diand if it
cost him One Dollis rt week.h u keep supply. -
,Mr. Chia. A..Peadby. of Spring Rill; lithauts, id a
!starto out Columbus agents. sryot •
"1 bete a valuable horse _that was so severely *Met
ed with ffeaVessandvieent enetthing that I - had wel high
list him. I cured him Min by us pukesa of dm Tats
tensions Meru Pnwdet."
Mr. Geu...W. Davis. of Menr}w. aired alleese
of Hears ikons! warr.nr• him *dud. •
Roborte s 'Evss Ramps rad. L. T. .edwani
Clyde. Y. Ms. GI tureen. Mill ilehusy. Vt. end
Mr. Es!). of Milton, N. Y. have all testified to rstuariras
hie rums. . -•
p se p e is i t aiiifinll is nooses: fritehemart 149 Fultin
Or, N. V. Hilt intrmrc ;ow l . for Towanda. .
LAW O,e . PARTNERSI4IP
- •Duna dt Qllil Y._•
E this day tottered into eo , plitrion.hip in the
Himietwo of I. ivr. and they take %WA' medial allures.
min.! ihn putlin or 111,5111. • . 1
• 0i11e0....N0..1. Brisk Roar, (up stairs) ;diets co. et
Om/ . 'out at ultimo* be found. •,. . _ .
0. 11. P. KINNET.
I'arran4l. Jun. 4:
• lIIPKIIIPIELM.3II33 . • •
UMM GOODS !
TUST twelve& al TOYS. S. fit supply of flanneet
J Gandsorbieb will be sold elefupPithse ever. enu•
ist of be wual Inuriesy Clowirrniv. Pun.
seer idea's, leaves. Linen Berme. Scnrth 13.nebeine.
Iltankeruc G:Hwes. Rotary. Sheptines, &e. July $O.
MY wifeMARY.. having left nty hed and heard. jr
herrhy forbid protons thiing , any lowdown
whiter's' with her on my arrann". or With any parain
nr prraoneariut proton, to be acting in her WWI; es I
"hall pay no debate contracted try her eat. her seem*
•arweitils date: ' - • ISAAC *DROWN.
nkitinY:"Attirnet 2. 1212:
iE aa-parfusoNip horainfare existing Name* N.
it dt G. H.WJPILI LER, is this amp dissibed
amtaal Using aataania
fall loon* tiaaswidiaat asia,vt
St. R. WillEi
Wyalaaisik Pito !Di ISM. G. 11.
The, hi wilt.eoatiaaatitiy,M.M. - Wt1.1.168
itsh,oldiltibit Wham a wall ealreted gad af4IIOOIDIS
arriving. tomisdas ot Di! Goaaes Wag*"
gardware.Ads, piage ilbt4llll
Petovlit - • Wit.-WELTMIL
EGHORKANtiPAIAI'LEAP -Rit - morrd.
4 4 sed. li h ada 'ad
°babas "la gise4qactia-solo akin
CISZNEW ENGLE - BARNS'S, be MM eh."
irt' , • • - • - • Wlrlik-..•