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1 1 , Warren tp., oa.the Ist inst., of inflammation 'of
the l u ngs, Moan course, aged 714e1e5.,'
orRELIGIOUS NOTICE.—Rev. A. C.
TlOlifiS (Universalist) will preinb in Mon.
Neon n estSonday. (9th) at 10} o'elnek, A. I4,.aad
Towanda, in the Conn House at 4 eilock,P,lL,
itie same _
orTHE Biedfard Coady Bible toe4ety wilt
bold a meeting it the Presbyterian church
ip Uganda on Tuesday evening next, 11th Jane.
The friends of the cause are earnestly request de ed to
ENOS TOMELNB, Presint.
- ANNEXATION OF CUBA !
°onus NEWS TO THE PEOPLE !
TrILLIAM HAYDEN, grateful for the liberal pa
tron age be bas received since Ede commence.
n eat is business, would 'inform the people of Bradford
minty that he has just received direct from New York
siege suPP I Y of
Dry G Drx f - 6, roceries Liquor s, Read
7 y wad nothing,
Boots and ,
Shoes, Cigars, 4"c., e
oi ..birb he offers for sale at an exceedingly low
„j et , forte Hawing extraordinary facilities of pus ,
r hp i ng , soduch as few in counlry towns con acquire
be sows himself that he can and will make it the in-
wrest of those wishing to purchase to lOU him a call
N rore purchasing elsewhere. Landlords and Indivi
kali wanting a superior article of
ILA X 111 - e 11L.T MEL OS
would call your special attentio
icann to those old OUOur]D gn iae, Champaign. and Anier Brandy ; pure
loliand and American Gin ; old 'Jamaica and St-Croix
R oo ; fine Port, Sherry. Claret, Madeira, Malaga, Gin.
r e sod Rpapberry Wines; ri few baskets Champaign,
„ o perior article, still on band. We are determined
pat our Liquors down to the lowest figure, being de
-00„10 quit the liquor business. Our terms are in
Ji cure Cashor Ready Pay-Land no second price.—
D o mistake the place--tke west corner of Main and
lo d g e sts., in the store formerly occupied by J. Kings
fr. WM. HAYDEN.
t or ch, June 4,1850.
A Stock of Dross for Sale !
, r gE subscribers betngeboat to go West, offer for
1 tale their entire stock, consisting of
MEDICINES, PAINTS, OAS, &c.
Toin y person wishing to go into the business, we of
to argent opportunity, ours being the only Drug
Afore ei a very enterprising and thrifty town.
N. present opportunity is an escelleot ono for a
pikes, se one of the subwibers—Dr. King—leaves
f ood practice, which he will reitornment to any one
ri bing to take his place. Termeeinade easy.
KING & VOSBURG.
'Dos, Bradford co'. Pa. June 3, 1850.
He Utica, N. Y.) Pain Destroyer and
4 N, 4trict f.om the,oshrob called Witch-haw-I. and
purely from that, with the exception of a little e
nrol to preserve it.
etticure all local pain and inkmations, old sores,
tel wounds and braises, Pitts and all diseases of the
bowls oft chionic nature, tooth-ache and ear-ache, is
tod for i female complaints dte., &c.
Its tally what it professes to be, Me upeook'sfriend"
Promlenv has scattered along the lugged paths of life
mane things that contribute greatly to teem comfort
sod *pines* of every body; hence their great value,
ad well may they be called "friends of the People."
One word here to guard against imposition. A man
dis ode of Spencer, has manufactured rind offered
forser a spurious aricle called thet Cpryll Extract,—
oat would be extract of the hazel-nut—the genuine is
a white sod as pore as water, while the spurious ani
s is colored, which enables the public to distinguish.
None genuine but those marked Pond's Pain, Hov
For sale at Istontanye's & Co. Towands. 8.8. Hin
ton Monroeton, Parkhurst & Lamb Leßoy, Horrace
Frank lin. J one sth 1850
New Arrangements and New Firm.
u & DR. E. H. MASON. having formed a
copartnership in the Drag and Medicine business,
rnpectfully solicits attention to their fresh supply
ibeglal t , French. German and American Drugs,
"inn, Chemicals, Varnishes, Paints, Oils Dye
Perfumery, Patent Medicines, &c , 144. Also.
whew and horning fluid—and * very bur asson
ant of all kinds of Liquors and Groceries, together
at an extravagant - quantity of ' Fancy Goods. We
lee also, a very general variety 6f Lamps of various
Hann; received • fresh supply of Goods, they invite
• public to examine their stock before purchasing
Ilsvhere,promittg oneand all who may feel disposed to
mind to them Their ?Wattage, to Bell an as liberal
tam, u any other estabAshment this side at New York.
One of the proprietors being a regular IPhysicion, &f
-ish sop'e guarantee of the genuine quality of all aril.
nes sild it their store.
Towanda, /one I, 1850
OLD DRUG STORE,
To tie South Store in the Ward House.
HUSTON & PORTER bays removed their Dog
Jur Store to the south store in the Ward House where
61 1 ire pow . receiving , a bulge
,addition to th eir for
ae noels, comisting of
*EI, Medicines, arocerles, , Liquors,
01k, Mats, Dyetterti, Palsy Goats, ke.
ilia will be sold at anusoally low rates. They alas
4 " kw sale the splendid and genuine .Teas of the PE
0. 1 1 TEA cow/IA Y, for which they we agents, and
Ava they-d o not hesitate to recommend as being su.
PIOr to other imported. They heresies the *gen
e, Owlet of the genuine Patent Medicines extant.
Towanda, June 4. /850.
WOOL WOOL, WOOL
Din!' thousand pounds of wool wanted at the
Monroe Wooleo Factory in exchange fo'r cloth.
etwdu. Cassimeres, Flannel, Blankets (twilled' or
Wm) and also a variety of Tweeds, (summer
. k we w.) inumeteutred on shares or by the yard as
'weaP uit can be done at the cheapest establish.
amt. The - eitixens of Bradford and adjoining
"Inlet, will end it to their interests to call at the
Monroe Woolen Factory before disposing of their
Wool elsewhere • as our cloths are made of wool and
warranted, and we also can and will sell them as
ON , as the cheapest. Carding and cloth dressing
hoe on the shortest notice, and a little cheaper
than seer, also warranted if properly prepared. -
Don't forget the place known as the Monroe
Woolen Factory, situated on the main branch of
the Mowandi Cheek, near Mason's mills.
Mon May, 30,'50. J. INIMI A M t 40147.
T i Tou su ntrgt e! b o a nl g be s
2thaell m •P°l3innttecir otirßrtande
ford.. Committee of the estate of MARK C. AR
SOT of the boro. of Towanda. Therefore all per
ions ire requested to present their accounts against
aid Mirk to the subscriber dilly authenticattid for
aulement. and they are - requested to pay to him all
demands due . to the said Mark, and are eipressly
forbidden to pay the same to said Mark or to ady
one acting undtr or by his dire.-tions.
WILLIS BROWMIIIII, Cpm.
Towanda. May 31, 1850.
N. B. The Kooks of M. C. Ardotean be seen a
I. D. Goodenitughis Office
JUST ARRIVED—Another Ikrge, ascortnient o
GOODS of every kind at' MERCURS'.
Towanda Miy. 30000. •
SRMS.more of those cheaU-
GARS, just reeeived,av In3Q MERCURIC
- AMMER'S TOOLS •
AIT eztensiee seenstmentof Minot eterritogiatt *ft
lei deseiiptioe will be Semi aY MISRCURS'..
LEATHEI. 1000 lbs SOle
arngs *road away;.iald mold slithr*
4 , qt
NRY ARRANGEMENTS, NEW NWIEW - PRICES,
• • •
NEW FIRM . I:
DC. - HALL 10 W:'K. KFALKEROteIog as
• sedated ihemselve in the Hardestre,Tin, Sloe,
an d Mud Tres business, under *afire of Hatt dr.
W, invite the attendee of the eiretens of Heath
en Pdnosylvemis to their-Sew ;stock - if goods under
their new amusement.
In our Hardware. Depefeeld•-we .ehallengi the
meld" and all We rest of mankind," loot Telethon
any establishment is Towanda) toed aenheapas we
ear, shall and will. •
' Our stock of Hardware pansies of every ankle usu
ally kept in a Hardware stare--among which maybe
finned Iron, Nails. Zig; Tin, Sheet iron, manure sad
hey Parks, shovels and spa des, blacksmith's bellows,
anvils end vices, serew'phites, steel springs, mill, X cut
circular and panel saws, rebinds. augers, log chains,
hooka and hinges, shovels and tongs, but a and ernes,
hrads and tack., waggowleoxes,ark-ropes, well and cis
tern pumps, Lead-Pipes of all give, any quantity of
Carpenters end Joiner 'stees, an kinds of Saddlery
Hardware, House Trimmings, of all kinds and at
prices, in fact every thing that any body ever saw in a
Hardware store, or can reasonably expect ever to se.
I n our Stove Department. we .bave--oh! there's no
use in trying to tell all—,but we have Bandbox stoves,
Keystone patent, radiator. parlor. cannon, six plate, air
plate stoves, air tight stoves, Buckeye hot air oven
with rotary top, premium stoves from No. I to No. 8,
central N. Y. stoves, Republican ewers, Albany city
stoves, &swans air tight stoves, rough and seedy stoves
air tight complete, in fact an kinds and sizes of stoves
idr not more.
We also bee f and intend to keep,on hand any goon
thy of Russia and American stove pipe. A general
assortment of Brass,- Copper and Tin ware, from a
big brass kettle down to rsmall tin pepperbox.
We manufacture all kinds of tin. copper and sheet.
iron ware to order, and warrant every snide to give
Our place of business is on the Public Square and
Pine street, in;Montso)es New, Brick Block, our store
running through from the Squaws to Pine street. As
to' peoples finding ns we have no fears. for of wane
every body who wants to buy cheap will inquire for
Hell fir. Walker's establishment.
One of our firm starts this day for N. X. to replenish
our siock. and when our New Goods come look out 0 I
ye little 4shes. for we eel bound to sell good• a talk
cheaper than the next man—for Ready Pay.
07 No credit given over four months. H. & W.
Towanda, May 14, 160.
r ROM' the subscriber, on Sunday April 30th, a.brin
dle COW, with line back somewhat wbit.3.9 years
phi this spring. Also a large red Cow with brindle
etre:therm her side, and with eery' large hems. 5 years
old. Whoever will return said cows or give me in
formation where they way be found, stall be suitably
rewarded. DAVID S. MILLER.
Franklin. May 15. 1550.
ONE CENT RWARD.
RUNAWAY trorn the subscriber on the 3d day of
May. a bound boy. neared GEO. CONRAD.-
said boy is 12 or 4 yews' of age. I hereby forbid
all persons from harboring or employing him under
penalty of the law. ...HAS. H. SWEETE.
bleshequin, May 13,1850.
FORTY Thousand pounds of t WOOL is wanted at
the Factory in 'Wyelosing. E r . , escheat.) for cloths.
Brood and narrow cloths; Cassmiere4 Sm., Flannel
Aohasels and Blankets, (twilled or plain.) will be made
on shares or otherwise as is desired. The citizens of
Bradford. and the adjoining Counties, , are invited to
call at the Home Factory before disposing of their
Wool elsewhere. The subscriber having again taken
charge of this esiabli.hment, is determined to do busi
ness satisfactorily to those who patronize him.
c eirding and Cloth Dressing doneon 'bort no
tice. H.D. INGHA M.
WYaltaine , May tfr, 1850.
17 2 Z ITT 24:11=1:1100
lITOULD. again inform the Ladies that she has jos
received a large assortment of
Straw hats, of every vraiety and deacription ; Jenny
Linda mild date for children ; • splendid sesortment of
Ribbons and Flowers, of the moat fashinnable styles.
Also, a variety of French needle-work collars, cuffs,
caps, &c. Also. capes, black Yeas, combs, and many
other articles,.which she offers fee sale.
Two Apprentices taken, if application is made
soon. Toerstrda, May 10. 1050. _ _ -
MILLINERY AND MANTUAMAKING.
/1 1 RS. DOAN'E, continuing to carry on the 'above
11 business, asks to he kindly remembered by her
friends and patrons. Roonss between Fox's aad Kings
bery's stoma.. May 10, 1850.
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY.
WOULD respectfully inform *e ladies and gentle.
VV men of Towanda, that he has taken the store
lmntedlately opposite the Ward Hout,e, one door north
of Mix's drug store, in Main street, wnere be is prepar
ed to receive and Promptly fulfill all orders with which
he may be favored. To the gentlemen he would say.
that his Boots, of _whatever description or quality, are
made under his immediate supervision, and will be war
ranted for durability and neatness. B. would alai in
form the Ladies- that he las prepared to. make to order
Callers, Slippers, Shoes, &e.
From long esperenest in business, and a determine
don to give general satisfaction, he expects* receive •
shnre4of public patronage. May Id. 11850.
DORIC—A superior 'article of Mess Poric, just re
eeived at ' my& MER6URS'.
A SPECIAL 'EDICT!
PEOPLE who don't 'avant to be re fi ned. had hewer
not ark ms to trust them. as I have determined to
drop the credit system, and will positively not charge a
cent to any man, woman or chilli. Remember I
May t, 1850, WM.. A CHAMBERLIN.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY
Cheap Watches, Clocks & Jewelry !
TAMES P. BULL respectfully inkier*" the citizens
a/ of Towanda and. vicinityi•that . ha has bray return'
ed horn Philadelphia, and may be found at the old
stand, one door below, the Beek Row, in the room for
merly occupied by Memel Hat Store, wbers be offers
for sale a large and splendid assortment of NEW
JEWELRIZ, at the following unexampled prices: '
Gold lever Watche4, 18 meows, 13 jeer. f4O Oft
Gold L'Epines, 4 jewels, 25 00
Silver Levers, 13 jewels. 15 00
L'E'A• lo 00
Qualities, 7 00
Brass Cheeks, warranted , to keep perfectdree or
money refunded, . 260
Breastpins, Finger rings, Ear riots, and Jewelry of
every description cheep in proportion to the above pri
Particular attention paid to repairing CLOCKS,
WATCHES ik JEWELRY. of every description, and
from thelong experienar 4 erhieh he has had in the
riesework left in his cane wilt. be done in a workman
like manner. Torpedo. May 1. 1850:
Those. Cheap Goods aL FOX'S !
UST 'nava be sold for cubit the lowest fetes.
IL A beautiful artiste of glow 4'4 cents; Ene
fresh - Trio warrantedpod or twilit, it 51 1 to 60e.i:
syrup Molseses , st ISOb. Also, ito aeorttaeat of
Cideltm or the nirresvpsuenig,:, rye:beep ,fistd .
fact 'trim thing in their llye will liereitia s.we
the eliespeet. et the comet of Miklisitia als
clam ewe spring Isimetakin Eretiv aler
mid Palm 1•4 Hit. at • - MX'S;
IRON. STEEL is NAILS-401moit wa.
sortopet is Medford ciaty,st MERCUWIL
ABEL - TERRELL
TVALER in Dings, **inns, Meal Cab. FIRMS
Oib, Dye -stilts, Orixieries Dry:Oondii, Hind
ware, Stoneware, Obaniware, Cl;ekeeWatches , Jew"
elry, B ilverBpoons,-Bpeeinebs; Musical Instru i ff is
Lignon, Perfinsety. Mimosa;Swig:4lM; n
Shoes. Yankee Notion.. Ike. dm. ,Montrose,
A Geld alii*Disidevepied
IN THE NEW CLOTHING !STORE,
lro 1;'/frif Row. •
frirt Subscribers haviug kuit received from New
1. York" a large assonorent of ready made Clods-
Hats fic., offer them for sale: cheaper than has
ever before been sold in this market; ,Fiae new
suits consisdna of a fine .;Broadoloth Coat. Satin
Fes!, Captiulere Pants. two Shirts, one Cravat and
ti fine Leghorn or Silk Ifith all for Pep. '
Towanda May 30.'60. H. &A. CAMPBELL.
CASH PAID FORWOOL.
wo?irted for which the
Clothing Store, No. 1, brick row. 11. &A. C.
Towanda. May 30,11150.
• The Illuittrated Douseaty Bible.
beautiftil Family Bible. by Rev. lunar,
001111171. M. A., Will be published in twenty-five
numbers, at 25 cents each, and will' also be put up
In Monthly parts at 50 cents. The distinguishing
features of thia Bible are,
1. Seven hundred Wood Engravings.
2. Yany thousand Marginal References.
3. Three dnety executed Steel Naps. '
4. Numerous Imprcured Readings.
I. A Correcied Chronological Order. • Boo!
6. The Poetical Books in Metrical form. - corn
7. An Exposition of each Chapter, containing wtU
the essence of the best commentators, with much price
or gins! matter by the editor. Al
8. Reflections drawn from the subject of the -flan
Chapter, and giving, in a condensed form, its spirit- Nail
oal import. Ord
0. Dates affixed to the Chapters for each morning Blocl
and evening's reading, comprising the whole Bible Ts
in one year.
The engravings are never introduced for show,
but always to explain the text. illustrating places,
manners and customs of the ancients.
. A specimen Number, with recommendations from
some of oar leading divines, is now ready. The
regales issue will begin about the first of July, and
a Number will be published on the first and fifteenth
of each month, tilt the bonit o is complete.
Agents are wanted to procure subscribers for this
work, and the opportunity is a must favorable one
for them to do well.
It will be one of the most hem:din:ll, cotaprehea
si ve Bibles ever published,and so cheap as to place
it within the reach of all. Apply. post paid, to
8. HUEBTON. IPh
139 Nassau street. New York.
Treasurer's Sale of Unseated Lands. i
NOTICE is hereby given, that agreeably to an act 4
N of General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Lai
Pennsyltania. passed the 13th day of March, 1815, ru'
entitled "An act to amend the act entitled an act
directing the mode ofselling unseated lands for are c ";
and for other purposes." and of an act passed the
13th day of March. 1817 entitled; farther sap- SOT
plement to an act entitled an act directing the mode
of selling Unseated lands, and for other pnrposes,"
the following tracts of UNSEATED LAND will be
sold at public vendee on the 10th day cif June next.
(being the second Monday.) at the Court Doric, in
the borough of Towanda, in the county of Bradford.
for the arrearageit of Taxes due, and the cost ac
crued on each lot respectively
NA. i;f I No of I
Town . wp .. , MI nrritadce Ami.ouut
Warns Arr.-. rinmPit ..(ta spa
175 Albany, Abel Wagoner, llt 37 ow
140 " Nathan Carry, 948 o i
294 4 Abel Pierce, 19 38
160 " Phineas Bradley, id 58
100 " Daniel Shepard, V. GO
100 " Thomas Edwards, 6 80 lot
418 " Addrew Buckbart. 27 5s te ,
400 " .1. Peter Benson, 28 40
100 " % Sally Fish. 6 ao' b e
60 Asylum, Hannah Hibbard, 3 98
216 " Joel Barrett, 14 24 I s ,
89 " Hannah Hibbard, 5 68
5 " William Hibbard, 36
100 " William "nelson, 8 60
col Canton Caspber Shaffner. Jr. 27 12 en d
404 do & Leroy 1.41 n Morgan, 26 76 /
400 Franklin Geo.Castater, 28 40 re,
400 " Joshua Cooky, 28 40
400 a Henry Hardy, 26 40
400 " • Peter Seely. 26 40
237 pt. Monroe John Stevens, 15 69
437} " Ephraim McAdams, 28 88
434} " Thomas Hamilton, 28 68
400 " Peter Hampton, 26 40
400 " ;auks North, 28 40 Al
122 176 pt. Rome James Pope, 4 74 set
124 169 i do & Orwell Job Fell, 456 not
5690 514 South Creek Johnston & Millin 2 3 90 im;
5691 964 " 64 32
5692 128 " 'S 44 it
216 Springhill, Samuel Craft, .14 24 14
69 .• Samuel Porter, 4 54
216,1 Peter Guinip, 14 SO
121 124 Wysox James Pope. 333
JOHN HOR roN, Treasurer.
Treasury Office, April 4, 1850.
NEW SPRING 'GOODS, Pat
B. KINOSBERY & CO. Eng
HAVE just received a large and well selected as- Hie
11 sortment of 'tiny Goods, Crocerice, Hardure, Liam
ire., which will he sold extremely low for Cash.— D m ,
Among their assortment of Dry Goods, can be i nc h
found plain and embroidered Lawns. Linen Lustre's.
Ging!lams, DeLatnes &e.. of the latest style, Fi
Towada. April 23, issn. K. & CO.
CIALICOM—A splendid • assortment of those
heap Cache° and Merrimack prints. (colors
warranted,) can be found at a2S K. do CO.
GRIND STONES, a superior article of Nova
Scotia, grind stones; for gale at
THE Corning, Elmira and Bari& Lim. hawing rs F
doeed the tate frorn'ony port on the Chemong ea- haw,
not to Buffalo, afford facilities net berenifirre Offerod to t b,
Z rants end others seeking a home and tortoni in
ens Gnat West. k
A Boatof this ling will leave
Corning k Elmira for Buffalo
Everj week during the season, in the &Bowing order:
Leaves Corning Tunisia?* at tO o'clock, A. M.
Leaves Elmira, Wrdneadafe at 4 o'clock, P. M.
Leaves Buena. Thursday's lit P. M.
?Gwu den kale* Lake Friday,
Touching at Big Stream, Starkey, Lodi, Dresden,
passing Geneva, Watterloo end Sanwa Palls ors Sat
Loam Ratio tor - Elmira mid Corning every Sat
urday morning, leaves Rochester early Monday mom.
'Bose CORNING. Capt. E. It CALEB,
lost ELMIRA. Capt. R. P PERRIS.
Beet RIIPPALO, Captain
Tor Freight or Passage apply to the Captain' a orate
W. Mt Mallory, Corning B. Stiong A.
O Reynalds,Elmira—.Wni. Reynolds, florsebends, I.
Winterrnntir, iforsehesilrE.pi. thaniacr, Havana L.
0.-Toorninovenia. Big .Streanfotalarotth -Ilk No,
Waterloo—X-Miller. &mita l.;-L. ft.d'o.,kron•
, tease L Fisk' lalsliepP.-:11.410 - 1E.' 'Mew:
premisidow Isessulli,-**** 4 1.
.1.1 mid Call skin; tiy"- 1 101111 4110 C-CO.
- umnrcon now C
IN WISCONSIN I
larribero &oil:lenge:ape * donee andobser
coareiriag satisfied themselves theta coac
t bashiirva can be done more advantageous'
for th e v endor and parehaser—for Cash.
a credit. have concluded _ to &se all credit
trap - on the dist day of April next, and there-.
idler cuzbuisteig far , Cash.
The . trust that the many good mummers who
have b toferexpetrocibett them. will coat:lune their
patrol e wider the Inete arrangement, believing
theytca satisfy all such, that it wilt be.for theirin
terevt to do so. end that very little argument will
was& tocosvioce all and every one that
oan be .1d cheaper for cash thin on a credit.
As e persons may think thee the above Jabot
design to include them--at.t. are desiretVto
tinetly nderstand that it means precisely what it
reads. ad that THEY CAN SELL NO GOODS
N A s REDIT TO ANY ONE, after the above
Rollo ed date. •
is .eemeary that their old business slMold be
ed, 11 those indebted will therefore see the pe
sky paying up, with as little delay att..at.
H. 8. &M. C hIERCW
'OWe de, March IR, lebo.
E SPRING GOODS I
lust received by
a. March 8.
E 8 bscriber is to the weekly receipt (via
Rail ' .ad) of New School and Miscellaneous
ks an • Stationery, to, which the attention of the
mani yis respectftilly invited. These Books
be Id cheaper than the New York retail
so. a large supply of Dry Goods, Groceries,
wa - Crockery, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
GI . &c. &c., constantly on hand, Cash
lealarly attended to. No. 2, New Brick
Ir. tar. doors below the public square.
,wan a. Feb. 22d. '5O. JOS. ICINGSBF.RY.
nstitution having been placed in charge
. Hove. and J. B. Sistret , A. 8., will
i ce on Monday the 6th day of October next.
cademical year will consist of four terms
weeks,each: Commencing respectively,
r th, 1849, January 2d. April Ist, and Jour
Tuition per Term
Ortho, phy, Reading, Writing, Geogra
phlyia d Mental Arithmetic.
The as e, with Wells' Grammar, Adams'
Arith etic and Town's Analysis,
'los° hy, ChemiStry. Rhetoric, Logic, As
mno y and Book Keeping.
teb - Geometry, Trigonometry. Survey
'mile Section; Analytical Geometry,
in, !reek and French Langueges, 6 00
1. I t and 2d terms. 2.5
ho an received at any period of the term, and
rge only from the lime or their entrance.
:oa ' can be obtained in private families on rea
abl. terms. J. D. MONTAN YE. Preet.
L Wsaw, Bec'y. of Board of Trustee!.
ow- tide. March 20. 1850.
E . H. BUNTING. respectfully informs the pleb-
I e that he is just receiving from New York an
rt , rot of ready-made. Clothing, to which be in
ter e attention of purchasers. Among his stock
ay ie found
rer Coats, Sack Coals, Rosiness Cnalt, Frock and,
Dr , . Coals, Cloaks, Pantaloon., Vets, Round
ate.. in all slyat and all prigs.
He Ia determineil to sell his Clothing at unusually
my ices for Caen, and believes he can make it the in
,res of those wishing to purchase to give him a call.
ic At the old stand. between Bartlett and Kings
cry' Stores up stairs. •
C nine. and - making up. done as usual in the most
tab shle marmer, promptly and to order.
wands, October RO, I Xi 9v.
SUGARS & MOLASSES.
IFFDS. SUGAR, at very low linces--also, a large
stock or Molasses, including Stuart's syrup, just
ie..' at upl7 MERCUR'S.
TEAS:—From 12i cents to $1 00 pol ponnd. at
April 17,1850. /61ERCE118%
' E parasership eiistina between T. tit W. HAY
DEN, is this del dissolved by mottle consent.-
11 having :my demands against the firm ere to
nd heir accounts, and all persons indebted to them by
t fiend of bbot acebout, aie requested to make
- iate payment. T. HAYDEN.
To ands. April 14. 100. W. HAYDEeN'.
WATER, Colognes, Hai► Oils, and Perfume
, of all kinds. at Igo. 1.13. R. H. & P.
Mr.1,82'.19410.31)11.110,81:01 1 111Y
Ht institution pleasantly located in the village of
.Rayssille, Bradford County, Ps., is now insua
ul ration under the supervision of Re*. H. J.
EW ; LL, A. M., Principal, and Miss Maria C. She
rd, P eceptress.
lusty abashes per quarter,
glish branches, class coonneneed i
o do 4e adTancesl,
glum ..nglists branches,
ignaa • and Higher Mathematics,
mina and Painting: each extra,
ideal 1 etpenaes, per quarter,
lest %tarter commences ept. 5, 1849.
gamete? commenced Noe. 21. 1849.
ird trader commences Feb. 13, 1850.
on quarter commences Key 1, 1960.
if A 1 bills most he staid he the end of the quintet
JAMES HODGE, Prest. of Trustees.
E. [ILLOGIC, Secretary. 27if
1--A quantity of superior Field Peas for sale
k, Periodical and Music Agency.
• . T. E. ORIDLEY,
Ear CTFCLLY informs ibe public duel all or
dem either Hooks. Perk/eta:4 end Musk Ittft
BU: ON & PORTER, will tie promptly 'oda,
eis an prepared to pmeure BINDING, and them
e • MIN they wish to haws bound, may leave
at t Bradford Reporter office.
Er& CHEAP, SPUN& GOODS
MONTANYES & CO.
RE constantly reesiving by the New York & Erie
' !road, direct from New York ( • large stock of
SPRING ANII . BIIOOI son
Ida a been bought low, and will be sold cheep.—
ir ent is now unusually lwrge.and otters in
nent to purchasers rarely to be met with. An
en , *ill satisfy the public of this fact. -
CE TRAL STORE !
N Ow ing at the above ni eltu ent b o i lssue od cle a nable rTlitS I;G ve! .it
SUMME '. GOODS, which will be veld at eery low
rates. Hu .OW at this establishment conducted upon
No sad h . t principles. You have our thanks for
pest firms and we hope far • continuance of the cams
sews are . and to sell Goads Cheap.
Towiod Ju y 4. 184 V. N. N. RETTIa.
, t uvritrintwr 40 1
Laying psi Irma and Uliqf DMdhtl
es E.iirticoas. Odle* at Risma I
pty. Oa IngBll4e.
abaft toy arnua: ( Oa a liasra4ayaitia•
%Ask haw '
;". : .-'L':: - ;:, - ', 1 :-. - .. :-:. : : ', - 1 :: : . 1 , ;'''-'-.;.: -- -: . :. , ,j:-.'L::',.;'r- 1: .:::::: - i .
• AP, MpIISTRATOWS" NOTICE.
ILLPAIMoheia-to tbe gime eete o t r e 44JO SEP odhs Ipt
aro &net" osOi-trientlio pryment withoutdelay, and
dune basin/164m akallist said estete .1111 please pro.
mat to da,penthentiMited foe settlement.
7116EPH HAMILTON. •
80PIIRONIA E. HAMILTON.
March 22,. 1850.
A LL persons indebted to the estate of JONAS
P. SMITH, dec'd., tate of Monroe_ tarp, a r e
hereby requested to. make payment without delis.
and those having claims-against said. estate will
please present them ugly atnhenticated for settle
ment. A. L. CRANIiI ER.
Monroe, March 15,150
beLL persons indebted to the estate of ALONZO
GREENOUGH. deed. late of Canton twp.. are
trY requested to matte payment without delay.
d those having claims against said estate will
please present them duly unheroic:awl for settle
ment. IRAD WILSON.
A. D. SPALDING.'
Canton, March 81.'50.
ALL persons indebted to the estate• of WILLIAM
ROGERS. demised. late of the township of
Warren, are hereby requested to make payment with
out delay, end those having claims egetnat said estate
will please present them duly authentieated for settle
ment. MARIA ROGERS,
Warren, May 4, MIL Adminisuatora
ALL.persons indebted to the estate of STUB
LINO HOLCOMB. dee'd, late of Leroy t wp. are
',hereby requested to make payment without delay
'and those having claims against said - estate will
please present them duly authenticated for settle
ment. . BE'LSEY HOLCOMB,
..Leroy. May MY. WI.
AFL penning indebted to the estate of JOHN MOR.
MON deed late of Granville township, are here
by requested to melee payment without delay. and those
hawing_ claims against said estate will please present
them July authenticated for settlement
HARRISON ROSS. Executor.
Granite. May If 2, 1850.
DRINTS, GINGH 4MS, I.A WNd &c., a beau
fat assortment can be found at
April 24, 1830,
"Pit(MT:l4 & SHOES, Mena Women and childrens
the best assormsent in town, can be found at
April x4.'50. MfRCURSI.
AND NEW GOODS.
rI'HE subscribers • are now receiving a nets as.
.1 nommen( of GOODS. of every kind, which will
be sold at very low pricer, and exeltssirdy fur cash.
All who wish to purchase goads CHEAP are re=
spectlfullv invited to call. and give the " cash sy.tem"
a fair trial. H. S. & M. C. MERCUR.
Towanda April 4th. 1850.
A LARtlft and splendid assortment of NEW
SPRING AND SUMMER GOOD'S just receiv
ed by the subscriber, which he now offers to the
public for Cash or Country produce , as cheap as
everbefore offered to the -natives," thew wishing
to obtain a large quantity for a small amount can
do'soby calling at No, 2 Briclt Row.
Towanda Mirth 5.1830. WA I. Lts BULL,
ALL persons indebted to me by note or hook tic ,
count are hereby notified that unless payment is
made by the first day of May vent, I shall proceed
to collect, This notice is general, and will be strict
ly carried ont. It any one has any doubt about it
let them watt and see. FAIARDER.
Towanda April 5,1850. .
ORR, a few barrels of Mess MA for sale br.
Ap. 5, 1850. H. S. & M. 1.. MEJICUII
L. B. HYATT,
017roy, Brantford county, Pa.,
ROPOSEIA maktng :periodical vbdis at Tavranda
during the session of every court. lie may be
found at the house of J. B, CMS; commencing on the
3J of September. Reference can be bad from any part
of the county. Alf arrirk,warranteri. an Srn:i
J. AVINTOSEI, DENTISTS
Late of Ovnexto, N. Y.,
HAS permanently located himself in Towanda.
Office in the Union Block, over Elwell's office
next to the Bradford Holed. Ort. IS. 1849.
SURVEYING AND MAPPING.
TTAVING resumed the business of SURVEYING.
all work entrusted to my clue will be done with
accuracy and &spa ch. Notices left at the " Ward
House" will ensure attention.
May 24, 1850. JOS. CAIRN BIMPWTN.
Refers F. Mason. r Michael Meylert,
C. L. Ward, J. 8. Brydeo.
Important to the Public !
Credit System Revived In Tcilvandlit
HE subscriber having, after due consideration and
long experience in various kinds of business, be
come satisfied that it is impossible to carry on business
profitably in this section of country except upon the
Credit system, takes this method of giving notice to the
public that he will give the usual credit of four months
upon any bills of Groceries purchased front him (provi
ded that he can purchase such groceries upon-Abe same
terms.) The same to he secured to hint either by liens
upon aninr•unnbered reel estate, or notes mrde payable
at the Bank of Owego, with good endorsers. Call at
No. 100. sign of the Red Windows. Main-at. Towanda.
m ay 23, t 0150: J. 111 GILLsON
pin Subscriber intending to ll Goods for Ready
.1 Pay crelusiady after th e day of April,
emald respectfully urge all tho indebted to him
by note or book ace.ount, to pa up immediately &
save cost. E. T. FOX.
Towanda. March Ist 1850,
11/1/ 1 1CAZREL. in bbl:., hall bbls.. quarter bbla. and
.I.VI Irina ; dry and pickled Codfish; also a fear boxes
first rate Dpy Herrings for sale at the "Cash Store"
of 417 a 8. & M. C MERCITR.
.111 T MED UT
A Nimble' Sixpence taw& a Slott aiding,"
pi:lE subscriber is now receiving a fresh stock
of spring and slimmer Goods. consisting of his
usual' assortment of clesirable styles, which will be
sold for READY PAY at the very lowest possible
.prices. Raving determined:to sell goods for ready
pay exclusively. customers may depend upon get
ting goods of all kinds as. cheap as the same can be
sold by any living man. aril( I E. T. FOX.
rIROCERIES—A large stock of Teas, Sugars.
VI - (a good article for 6 cents.) Coffee, Pepper.
apie.e, tobacco tkc., can be bought cheap for cash
at 12S K. 8. CO.
HAlt--/t superior article Vac Ftilk Hats. also
palm In( intttegltorn tuna. for sale at ,
1125 ft: & CO.
TROlif aid Nails. a good - assortment at
ass ... - R. &
ItiTACKZREL - by the bbl., i:b11114 1 bbl. alta.
FIDELIA M. NMITTI.
C. sTootw ELL,
Adm'r with will anx'd
THB WAY Itlit
2 - Agialhest the'Wadi:
TUN' RECEIVED• splendid assortinstit of Goads.
.1' by the subseriber. at ICo. It; Brick Row. width cs
be seen at ail bones. end will 'be.seld at the lowest pod .
oes. Oor friends will plass, *rot us with s sin, ea
teat. We will, charge you notbing foe looking. sof
yery little if you buy. Welnferal keeping canstatitly
catikand a large assortment of
Cissimeres. W mated dresses, various.
'Velma. Coffee. ,
DeLainct, Hpices. .
. Merinos. - Ginger. &e.,
Mem a - farge 'assortment of Crockery.
W i1.,L1,8 BULL, No. 2, Brick Boer.
Toolon 4 s, Norr.6. 1,2411,, . . . ..
Yvirtue of an order ,
Potter county. "rill be
the premises. at the hoes,
the 10th day of June next
said day. the following ih
bounded on the east by tbt
by the north half of, warraL._
warrant 1190, and on - the south by, 'mat 1409.
Containing five hundred and fifty . gems, on watch
is erected two log houses, and about ten acres of
lan d has been cleared—late the estate of Winsel
Kellogg: The lot is situated is Hector township,
Tema of sale—one half cash in hand. and the
balane• in one tear with approved socurity. -
April It. 1850. L. 8. ARNOLD, Adm t„
J. A. Kane's Clothing Store, Elmira
Come listen now 'Phila.! relate
A tale I'm bound to tell,
Of clothing sold at such a tote
That none can übderat 11, •
One day I called on John.A. Kates
A snit of clothes baba'''.
They were so cheap that I would fain
Persuade you ell to try,
Hum fcr John A. Kane, Hum far John A. Kum
We'll buy our clothing all of him,
For beat him no ons can.
His Stick consists of every kind,
And-piled, my eyes! how high,
You certainly can't help but find •
The thing to suit your eye.
There's Suits to suit all sorts of men,
For Wpfdding Church, or hop
Them'. Pants, Vesta, there's Cloaks
Of Coats a thunderin lot •
Hurry for John A. Kane, Hurry for J. A. Kane.
I f once you hay a suit of him •
You're sure to cell again.
There's Dress end Sack, and frock Coats too
Of Cloth the very best.
There's under Clothing, Cravats too,
Silk, Wool ariPkin Vests.
And as fitting toa`fit
I need not here to tell* -
Ilia clothing on each ;man will set first rate— ,
none better—for he peisonally oversees the cutting
Department, and has his goods made in the beet
manner, and the best style.
Burrs for John A. Kane, Barra for J. A. gine
For when I want a first rate fit,
I'll call on him again.
Some other time I'll tell you more •
But this before I close,
Tie ttes on hand now in the Store
A tack of first rate clothes,
too when you have a little time
And cash on hand to spare.
Remember that you'll always find
John A. Kane ready to give you the worth of your
Money at No. 6, Water street, fifth door west of'
Horns for John A. Kane, Hum for 3. A. Ken.
We'll hey our clothing all 'olltin L •
For Beat him no one con. •
175 hands wanted for all kinds of work.itntuvdiate•
JOHN A. KANE, Edmirs,Ants.
0 0"-71 - 3 ,1 , 1\12):11NL
PLEASE call at FOX'. ' and-s ee his essoitment of
Dress Goods, Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery. Mitts,
Laces, &c.; also, a large stock of Prints, Omaha ins,
plain, embroidered and chameleon Lawns and Dress
Silks, which will be shown with pleasure, and sold,
at minimum prices. Corner of slain and Pine sts.
April 11, 1850. E. 'l'. FOX.
r - N r - bbls. Flour, WOO lbs.Smoked - Hams & Shout-
Oki ders. and 100 bushels of Rye & Corn for sale
for at tit I. FOX'S
BALDWIN & WALKER,
HAVE taken this well known liotel, and give notice
that they will be pleased to see their old friends,
end most happy to form new acquaintances. It is their
intention, and will be their constantsim. to give visitors
and orangery such a reception as will be sure to give
entire satisfaction. They respectfolly solicit the patron. ,
age ofthe pohlic. Towsnda. 1850.-41
THE WAR HAS ACTUALLY BEGUN,
. Among the Merthaniv in Fadaryrilte 1 •
RW. %DA MS, fwmerly of New York city. him
. just returned from there -with an entire NEW
STOCK and general assortment of GOODS, which hs
Offers st the following extremely lour prices :—Calica
from 3'to 123 cents per yard, of the latest styles, bath .
of English and Armeritan manufacture, and warranted
fast colors ; Mon•lin de !sines from 123 to 25 cents per
yard ; Scotch finish lawn Gingham of every style, from
123 to 50 cents per yard ; Broadcloths from $1 25 to
$5 00 per yard : together with every style of Dress
Goods for both ladies sad gentlemen. Also a general
assortment of Carpeting and Oil Cloths, at the same
rate of low prices.. A complete assortment of Grocer
, ies, young hymn') and hyson skin Teas, from 123 to T 5
rents per pound. ll warranted.sound and good. Also
Boots and Shoes. Goiters, Hats end Caps, Crockery
and Glassware, Hardware, Nails, Building Materials,
Cutlery. &e. Also, Farming Utenrits, Wayne Courtly
Plows, &e.. together wish every description of merchan•
dice, all offered CHEAP at wholesale or retail„ upon
the one price, casts or exchange principle. Goods wit
alwaya be exchanged for all kind.' of Country Produce
on the ihoeenamed earth or one-orice xdan, - lit the new
stare known as the Farmer's Exchange, io Factory
tilla en.. N. Y. Pleas) call and See for your
selves, March 25, 1550.m2" R. W. ADAMS..
DI. A CKSMITSS *ill find Anvils,. Vices, Bello , •
Tones &c. ati j , sp I 7 MEROURIr.;
SPERM and Tallow Candles, by the box or pound.
LI at dl RUSTON & PORTER'S.
ORRICK4B VERMIFUGE, by the dozen or vial*
I itUsTON & FORTES'S.
TIEAD SHOT, for bed bugs, at the Drug store o
1J No. I, Brick Row. H. &P.
tIRASIVE SOAP, for removing tar, paint*. oils, &e.
1:4 warranted, at '. d t • H. dc. FS.
STJPERIOR Winra and Licinora--30 Idda; that Ina•
pPriar - WHISKEY just received at H. &P.
DUCIEWHEAT FLOUR, of a superior quality.
1-.) for %ale at Twra.
A FTER THE FIRST DAY OF MAY, no credit
II will be diven by the subscriber—nogoods sold
except for lIEADY PAY. Those indebted to him j
are requested to call and pay up immediately.
Towanda. April 11,1850. 8.8. BAILEY.
t7TTER.—A tow firkins of BUTTFR fw► vale at'
March 27, .0420. 11tROIM8'.
1000 ri;4282. ; sla w t A r r "
ti ~ a 01 :7, 02 .
10_140,11.111-4 iiitariatitilg s lair tit
tba ; bairel at, _ ST a ca.
• atSO U