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L i no gars is V 4 iscosscr...Tbere are to be two
in land sales at Willow 'River, Wisconsin,
i n August, at which about 3,500,000 rides will be
edmoi l, embracing a tract of country extending
arty ft'an 2 the Wisconsin river to the Mississippi,
sad north to the head inters of the St. Croix. The
do , o rs will commence on the 4th of August, and
o b a on the 18th. This saleinclude the lands
fring. o n and between ibe Black, Chippeway,
(ko al a and Nominee rivers, which is very Salmi.
boa immense tracts of pine, and numerous water
o , ar e on these streams. The second sale will
mroe sce on the 19th of August, The land to be
o g ee ,' lies between the Chippewa„ Mistiasippi
s Croix, which is one of the finest sections of
‘02 ,,,g tads in the State. .
Wig Flax —A correspondent of the NesrYork
Tntenetg i.esmi account of the farm of :edge
m et a, in Shelburne Vt., which has. before been
not i c e] for its great eittent and large product. ' The
tarot new consists of 3600 aciety23oo being in one
/ /, and in the other 1300 acres, recently added, a
, ont ,listanee only from the-old-farm. Judge-M.
eye 40 0 & beep ; and a great many cattle and horses.
Se cuts lODOlana ai hay, Mid raises a great amount
of p , o d u ce, - 31; lila land being fertile and under good
0- It is a very gratifying lot, ways die-Mining
o r, that anda majority of the young Men of
the conntry, ,gnaining their majority; attach
themselves to the democratic partil-and that, too,
often in oppomtion to family predilectioni and ripe.
vat efforts of interested friends. Th e y obey the
promg of a warm and generous imputes, • and
I/0 eympa iby with the cold, conservative,
dower ying policy, which has ever distinguished
the obtg par ry. There is a life, a vigor, and (Year
ly defined gr ogrervive developing principle and
the den creed, which most ever have a
strong claim on the affections of the young men of
THE F.I FICTION AT 'ELLICOTT'S MILLS...44Ln.
August 8, F. M.— Amos Green, the young
co l or ed man, who was convicted on the charge of
COnsintning a crime of •an aggravated character on
3 young mintier! Gqrman woman, was hung in the
preenee al-a large concourse of persons at Ellicot's
, at at 12 — o'clock, to.day. ,He protested to the
lasi his innocence of the charge, and met his death
quite resigned. A despatch was received from
G o vernor Lowe, authorizing a further reprieve, , if
gintightedyisable by the District Attorney.
He r epeated his protestations of innocence to the
int. , He payed to God to forgive the woman who
had sworn his life away, with his last breath.
MINIATURE A LIR AN — AC-11S5L
Day of Q —•
Manta. '- un iL3el Son 5"3"
-7ISCIDAT, 17 512 657
.).ilfiloisnan, , 181 513 655
a InnsuAT. ... 19 514 654
" 1 / IWCONISDA 7,
e. -i. 20 SAB 853
0 I 1117111fplif 21 516 851
:4 FRIDAT,22 5.17 650
&Tommy - ' 23 516 649
In Wysoz tp., duly 9d by Esq. Forbes, Ma. James
Mears of thii Borough, to Miss AIIIAND4 Basaae.
smof the former place.
orNOTICE :--The North Branch Associa
tion of Uoiversallsts wi,ll hold its an
nod elision at Springfield on the Sd Wednesday and
Thursday in August-T.2oth and 21st.
Religious services will lie holden both days at the.
uuual hours, and a cordial invitation is hereby es
traded to the public to attend and hear. • G.
ger. A CARD.—Being disabled by the toils of
of mans years and consequent sickness, I
hire been induced to offer myself to the citizens of
Bndford County as a candidate for the office of
Treasurer of said County ; pledging myself to fulfill
the duties of said office with strict regard to the inter.
rsti of tax-payers, if elected. I. M. BISHOP.
Dorell, Aug. 4, 1851,
1.1 persons indebted to the estate Of LEMUEL
11 8. MAYNARD deceased. late of Rome town
ship. are hereby requested•to make payment with
out delay, and those having claims against said es
tate, will please present them July and authenticated
for settlement. WM. E. MAYNARD.
Administrators with the will apnezed
,wanda, Aug. 9, 1851.
BITERS Testamentary upon the last will and
a testament of ELIZABETH MEANB, late of
liere' of Towanda, deceased. bavingbeen grant
to the subscribers of said Euro' all persons hay.
clatms , or demands against the estate of the said
ts...d are requested to make the same known to
ittlinat delay, and all persons indebted to said
'attire required to pay the same forthwith.
TowttAla July 28, 1851.
Wale & State Mine Rail Road.
150 ° oo n
ibis road, at goodM w a a n g t e d a c t rn a
s e h dr a t i e ly l y_ er s
sill be allowed each team forgoing to the work from
them Employment till November. We iwoojd
re to boy 2ftgood teams. Enquire of Laporte,Maion
Co. Towanda. or Welles & Harris at Athens Pa.
%filo, Aug. 7, 1851. H. 8. WELLES & Co.
Notice to Builders.
t.ALED PROPOSALS — wiII be received by the
subscriber, until the 23d of this month, for ITT'
flit the materials ancnhimediately erecting a
ret edifice, for the Collegiate Institute of the Pres
ny of Busquehanna, at Wyalusing. The build
to be 92 feet by ; 'three stories of brick ; the
rises story of stone.: The plans may be con
kat the Wyelosing Parsonage. where address,
Rev. SAMUEL F. COLT, ‘.
Sec'y and Agent of Board of Trustees.
fl PIECES P . RlNTB.jaet arrivpl. for .ale by
ag7 SHAPLEY & LEWIS.
MSS GOODS, ai,general assortment. just
Wired at the cheap store of 8. At L.
418 & BIfOES, a general assortment of the
latent styles at the chap store of 8. it L.
Arm, latest style of Hats fir sale by
'SHAPLEY & LEWIS.
iniformita volunteers cot posing the 4th
battalion of the ts: brigade 13th division. P. M.,
If meet at the bIYERBIII3,IIG 110 - 1131., in W.Tsnx ,
Tuesday the 26th day of Anon, 1861, at 10
lock, A. M., armed and equipped as the law di
:ur, for parade and inspection.
H. E. WHITNEY,
Wysot. Anßust 5, 18514
G. HI WALTERS'
Chamberlin's Watch, Clerk and fethdiy
More, Main street.
1 the kind attention and patronage of all Teach.
11. Scholars and friends of Music is recant
/1; a large stock of American, Italian and
stn k11.781C, for different Instruments and the
ou yoke; instruction books and other musical
Alitatioss. Italian violin strings of the finestqUali•
• fine -beaters and a variety of articles belong
-110 the musical department.
•R. V l 'hiss also proposes to re' lessons in
u German language. He has foritM pail ' , esti
e'lgaged as Teacher in tile Academy At Mont.
t °5511 brings recommendations front ths 1 1 0 *
"- Jessup, President of the Board of Titisaes of
that i„fitation.L. H. wi t itees i ld: A. Principal, and
r,4". Alsofrom quite a number of the Soil"
'utts and gentlemen of that place, (formerly hls
as to his success ass tellellet •
' l , l4 min, July 31, 1851.
, SHEFUFFSSALE' - :' -*
Y virtue of sundry writs of Venditionalfpo. it
.1.3 sued out of the Omit of Common Pleas Of
Bradford County, and to, mei directed,l4ll be expos
ed to public sale, at the Conti House In - ..the Bore'
of Towanda on Monday, the fat day of September,
at one o'clock, P. M. the following lot,: piece orpar
eel of-land, situate-1n the township of Wysor,
bounded and described as follows to wit: North by
land'of Valentine Woodbutp e west by land of B. R.
Myer, south by the State road; and east by lands of
Robert Spalding. Containiag seventy-five acres
mote or less, about twentyacrea improved one fram
ed house thereon.
Seized aad taken in execution at the snit of John
Alien. to the-use of.lesse Allen vs. Levi'VValker.
ALSO—The following lot. piece or parcel of land
situated iti the township of Rome. bounded and des
cribed as•follawr: beginning at a comer in a litie
of Ephraim D. Barker and Hiram Drake, thence
south 79 degrees east along a line of said Drake,
ekhty and 640 perches to another corner of said
Drakes, thence south one degree west twenty-three
and 4-10 perches thence south 34f degrees meat to
a corner in a line of Daniel Buffington's now Lu
cius Saatman, thence north 89 degrees west 67 and
7-10 perches to the beginning: Containing twenty
two acres and twenty•six perches, strict measure,
be the same more or less, about ten acres improved
one framed barn, log house and small orchard
Seized and taken in - execution at the suit of Hi,
ram Drake. Administrator or John Moore deceased
vs. Silas Gore and Samuel W. Gore. •
ALSO—The following piece or parcel of land sit
uated in Warren township. bounded as follows to
wit: north by lands of Chauncey Base, east by
Deihl Davis, south by Ira:Beeman, atid - west by the
estate of Aaron Beeman dec'd. Containing twenty
acres, with about five or six acres improved, with
,one small framed house, and one small orchard
thereon. ' .
Seized and taken in exeentio at the suit of Wil
liam Dorman vs. David P. fine.
ALSO—The following piece or panel of land
situate in Towanda township, Bradford county,
botinded and described as follows, to wit: Begin
ning at a sapling Marked for a corner, near to and
west of Springbrook, thence south 20r, west 180
rods to a stone corner, thence north 191 0 . west 140}
rods to a white oak tree, thence north 70r, east 180
rods to a Stake at a white pine stomp, turned op by
the roots, thence south 19i degrees, east 1 - 44 rods
to the place of beginning. Containing:9s acres
more or less, about 80 acres improved, one framed
house, one log house; one framed barn with a shed
Seised and taken in execution at the suit of
Liam Welch vs. William B. Hayden and Patrick
ALSO—The following lot piece or parcel of land
situate.in the township of Leßoy, county of Brad
ford, bounded and described as follows, via: north
by Towanda creek, west by lands of David White
Jr., south by unseated lands, or a tract of land known
as the Barclay tract, east by lands of Leonard Mc-
Kee. Containing about ninety acres more or less,
about thirty acres improved. one plank house, one
log barn and apple orchard thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of John•
son and Booth vs. P. W. Holcomb.
ALSO—The following lot piece or parcel of land
situated in the township of Pike, bounded and des
cribed as follows north by the tannery lot, on the '
west by the school house lot, cud the high way,
south by land belonging to the estate of C. Brash
deceased. abd east by lands of N. &E. De Wolf.
Containing about one acre and thirty-two perches
more or less all improved, tine framed house and
small framed barn thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Will
iam R. Magee now to the use of Eugene Keeler vs.
ALSO—The following lot, piece or paroel of land
situate in the township of Duren, Bradford county.
bounded and described as follows, to wit: north by
lands of Thomas Welch and land of the estate of
John Welch dee% east by lauds of John Griffin,
south. by lands of William Crow, Edward Crow,
Jesse Hicks, Davis,James Sergeant and Simeo
on McAlwaine, and west by lands of Wm. Ada.—
' Containing about fifty-five acres more or less about
twelve acres imprtived, log house,' framed barn and
a few fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taksn in execution at the suit of Charles
Whipple vs. lunathan Acts.
ALSO Thefollowing lot piece or parcel of land
situated in South Creek township, bounded and dis.
cribed as follows viz : north by land of James Hop.
ning. on the east by lands in possession of George
Whitmore. south by the old Norman lot, west by
lands of the Bingham estate. Containing about
twenty-Stz acres inure or less, about thirteen acres
improved and one log, house thereon.
ALSO—By the -same writ, a piece or parcel of
land situated in South Creek township, bounded and
described as follows to wit : nortn by lands of James
Horning. west by land now in possession of Hiram
Sample, south by the old Norman lot, east by lands
of Peter Meunier. Containing about twenty-sir
acres, more.or less, about ten acres iinproved,,one
tog House and a few fruit trees thereon.
ALSO—By the same writ. one other lot piece or
parcel of land situated in Ridgebery township, boun
ded and described as follows to wit ; north by lands
of John Hunter and Wm. Miller, west by lands of
Wm. Miller and lands in possession of Peter Miller
ling Bingham lands, south by lands of the Bingham
estate, east by lands of Giles Manderville and Burn
ham. Containing about one hundred acres more
or less, about thirty acres iniproied one log house
and an apple orchard thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the snit of E
IL Beckwith Administrator de bonis now of the es
tate of Albert h A. Beckwith. who survived Hector
W. Strong vit. - Hiram Stipple and Samuel D. Sam
ALSO—The following lot piece or parcel of land
situate in the township of Wyalusing hounded and
described as follows.to wit: north by lands of Eli
sha and lifortree Whitn ey , west by Daniel Brown,
south by Daniel Brown'and. Austin Stalford, east
by loads of Thomas Brown and Lorenzo Allen.—
Containing about one hundred acres more or less,
seventy acres improved, one framed house, one
Warned barn, apple orchard and other trait trees
Seized and Wien in execution at the suirof Alvah
Bash vs. Mason Brown.
ALSO—The following piece or parcel of land site
ate in the township of Darell, bounded and describ
ed as follows, to wit : north by lands of George
Chilson. west by lands of Robzrt Chiloon, south by
lands of Robert Wood, and east by the highway.—
Containing about fifty acres be the sathe more or
less, about twenty acres improved. one plank house,
one log barn and fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Bar
ry Northrup ss. John M. Creamer and George W.
ALSO—The following lot piece or parcel of land
situaterin the township of Smithfield and bounded
and described as follows to wit : on the north by
lands of Ephraim Simer, east by lands of Lyman
C. King, south by the public highway leading front
the east part of Smithfield to Sewards Mill's and on
the west by the public highway leading from Creel
Fairmans to Burlington. Containing eighty-five
acres, about fifty-five acres thereof improved with a
framed house, framed barn, corn house and an or
chard thereon. '
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of
Arnold Thomas vs. Benjamin Thomas and Broil
min C. Thomas.
ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land
situate in township of Burlington, and bounded and
described as follows: '.north and east by lands of
Samuel McKean on the south by the highway lead
ing from East Burlington to Troy. and on the west
' by the public burying ground. Containing about
one rourth of an acre more or less, allimpruved with
one framed Meeting house thereon,
ALSO—By the same writ.the following lot. piece
or,pash. tefland situate:in:Burlington township bound
id and described as follows: north, west and south
tly lands of Addison Milken and south east by the
highway leading from:Burlington to Smithfield.—
Containing about ope acre. aU improved, with a
framed house and framed barithereon..
APSO-...11# the some wit, the following lot, piece
or parcel of land situate in the -township's( Smith
field. bounded and described as follower north stod
east by lands of Nehemiah Beach. tin the lest by
the Berwick Turnke.-ott the north by the hightfray
leading froin.seid T urnpike to Smithfield Cefitrlt.-'
• fowl 2tltitertionneuto.
Containing About one fount' of aft / sere MOM °Met.%
all unproved, with a Crated meetinghouse thereon:.
ALSO—By the acme•wrilione'other%lor,'piece• or
parcel of land situate in ihelownship of Smithfield,
bounded and described is follows east and synth . ;
- by lands of Augustus Ftielps,' west by thelsighway
leading hum Bmithfield•Ceitra to Burlington, ind•
north by landsofJamssapioulde. -Containingabout
one half acre, all improved, Ingether with the use
of a building formerly occupied as a meetinghouse
on the opposite side'bf said highway.'
Seized and taken -in execution at the Imhof Daniel
Andros vs. The Methodist Episcopal church on the .
Burlington Circuit by Daniel 0. Chubbuck and Ed
ward Kemp Jr. agents.,
ALSO—By virtue of two writs, the following
piece or parcel °fiend being and lying in me town
ship of Columbia, county of Bradford. bounded as
followat 'on the north by lands of Franklin Baker,
west by Ilf.B.Canflektiouth by Austin and Bobbins.
east by Hsieh Ferguson and H. Robbins. Contain
ing one hundred and fitly acres, with seventy acres
improved, with one framed house, one framed barn
and apple orchard thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the snit of John
Hall to the use of Chauncey 8. Russell, now to the
use of John C. Adams vs. — John Benbon.
ALSO—The following lot piece or parcel of land
situated in Towanda boro. bounded and described
as follows to wit : on-the north by a lot belonging
to the Methodist Episcopal church called the par
sonage and land of John Bridleman, on the east by
the road running parallel with the Susquehanna
river called river street, on the south by land of Ir.
sac Smelly, and west by William street. Contain
ing about one fourth of an acre, be the sime more
or less, all improved • a two story-framed house and
small framed barn thereon erected.
Seized and taken in execution_ at the suit of D .
M. Dull vs. Muses T.parrien.
ALSO—By virtneif is writ of Levari Facies all
that certain lot or . . piece of-land situate in South
Creek township4Bradfornotmty and State of Penn
sylvania, bounded as follows: .beginning at a hem
lock tree the north east corner of the said hereby
granted land:running thence sout h
. 238 perches to a
hemlock tree, thence west 566 perches to a hemlock
tree, thence north 838 perches to a beech tree, thence
east along the south line of a body of land belonging
to the Hank of Pennsylvania ao perches to the
place of beginning. Containidg 523 acres and 100
perches more or less, being part Of a "tract surveyed
to Francis Johnson and Jonathan Mifflin on warrant
No. 5890 (the north part of said land) dated the 3d
of Nov. 1794 and pattented to them June 22, 1795.
ALSO—By the same writ, the undivided half of
all that other lot situate in said South Creek town- ,
ship, beginning at a beech tree standing on the south
line of the tract called the Bank tract, and south east
corner of lot No. 5686, thence north 117 chains and
25 links to a norway pine standing on the State line.
thence north 88 deg. west along said line 85 chains
and 29 links. to a hemlock marked for a corner.
thence south 119!chains and 75 links to a basswood
tree standing on the south line of the flank tract,
thence along the south fine of said tract 85 chains
and 29 links to the place of beginning. Contain
ing 1010 acres roods and 29 perches of land.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Rich
ard Steel to the use of Euclid Cbadsey vs. John
WM. 8. DPBBINS. Sheriff.
Sheriff's office. Towavaa, August, 1. 185).
THE undersigned would inform the egret's of
Towanda and vicinity. that he has arrived here
for the purpose of enabling, those who wish Dago
reotypes of themselves, or friends, to get them. Hav
ing had a number of years experience in the busi
ness, be feels confident that his pictures will give
general satisfaction. Likenesses of children and
aged people, taken with perfect actiuracy. Those
wishing pictures would do well to give him a call.
Room over Burton Kingsbery's store.
Towanda, dull 11, 1851. B. GM.
err, BUSHELS RYE & CORN lot sale by
"1 tl July h. E. T. FOX.
Over 0. D. Bartlett's store.
FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY ! Pictures taken
singly or in groups in a satisfactory manner.
Towanda. July 7. 185 1 . D. McEWEN.
N asrtment of READY-MADE COFFINS will
be kept constantly on hand at Nye's old stand on
Main street, where the subscriber is also prepared to
make and repair all kinds of Furniture.
Towanda, July IS, 1851. • C. WELLS.
AUDITOR% NOTICE.--The undersigned, hav
ing been appointed an Auditor by the Orphans'
court of Bradford county, to distribute the fund
raised by aduiinistrator's sale of the estate of Niram
Ackley, late of the township of Springhill, deceas
ed, will attend to the duties of said appointment at
his office in the borough of Towanda, on Saturday,
the 9th day of August, 1851, at two o'clock. P. M.
when and where all persons interested are requiresi
to present their claims, or he debarred from coming
in upon said fond. jys WM. SCOTT, Auditor.
REGISTER'S NOTlCE.—Notice is hereby given
that there have been filed and settled in the of.
five of the Register of Wills in and for the county
of Bradford. accounts of administration upon the
following estates. viz
Final account of Wm. Watkins, administrator of
the estate of W. 13. Spalding,deed. late of Franklin.
Final account of Hannah Annable, (lat 4 Hannah
Lewis.) administratriz of the estate of Moses M.
Lewis dec'd, late of Monroe.
Final account of Simmons C. Hovey and Robert
More, administrators of the estate of Win. Hovey,
dec'd, who was guardian of Andrew, William and
Thomas Mather, minor glakldren of John Mather,
deceased, late of Ulster. •
Final account of Jere Adams and Eli Baird, exe.
tutors of the estate of Laben Bowen, deceased, late
Final account of Joreph Thomas, administrator
of the estate of Aaron Thomas, deceased, late of
Final ace.onnt of Thomas T.Smiley and Johnson
Warriner, administrators of the estate of Lyman 8.
Warriner. deceased, late of Franklin.
Final account of Alexander Dewing, executor of
thelastwill'ind testament of Joseph Armstrong;
deceased, late of Warren. •
Final account of Edward Overton, administrator
de bonis non cum fesiamento annexo of the estate of
Nancy Strickland, dec'd, late of Wysox.
Final account of H. Ross, executor of the estate
of John Morrison, deed, late of Granville.
Final account of Adin Calkin, guardian of Maria
Calkins. now dec'd. late of Burlington.
And the same will be presented to the Orphan's
Court of Bradford county. on Monday the Ist day
of September nest, for confirmation and alloiraMce.
IL BLACK, Register.
Register's Office, Towanda, July. 4, 1851.
ALI. peixone- indebted to the wets of MORRIS
MA LiONEY, deceased. late of Monroe township,
are hereby requested to make payment 'without delay.
and all OffOrli having demands against said ratite are
mquested to present theta. duly authenticated 'for set
tlement. JAIL V. WILLCOX, Administrator.
Monroe, July IV, IBM.
Henry W. Tracy vs. Executors if Joel nittle, deed.
Brad. Corn. Pleas, May Term 1849. Nos. 273,
274 pad 275.
:NOTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned,
lr having been appointed an Auditor by the court
to distribute moneys raised• by executions issued , in
the above suits, will attend to the business afore
said at his office in Towanda borough, on Wednes
day the 20th depot' August, 1851, at one o'clock, P.
M., when all persons interested are requested to pre.
sent their .clauns, dr else be debarred from earning
in upon said fond. HENRY BOOTH,
July 18, 1851. Anditor.
AAARRISOLIPSCOLUMBIAN trar,in sale whole.
sale and retail at Philadelphia prices.
rotatory St.' ' MONTANUS& CO.
- - _
4, DOZ."BAILTON" GEMS CRADLES. sta.
perjor article. for sale se jell NA'S.
gATING TOOLIS;•6.43niss Scythes. tiktathi;ocithe
• stones, fitits. hike!, Re. (be elle • •
igatt. - • fiIIAPLEIV & LEWie.
7M I I M I
-roam OSBERY, bee. . jot feiiin;e4 from
eF . ' Nair. Yak with bie dtird woitmeot if good.
for, the illeSigncetateChig i invoice of fancy end
.Bnipte 117 Goods filbe. which "ebsUipmitively be add
Cheep. Tosvande, - .140:.18, C 861: ' , '
JUST received 4 Lrgs assortment of Now Goa*
winch will bt sold ai tbe unprocedestedly low pri
ces which we have had - tbe pleasure of introducing iota
Ibis market. • The cubleying public ate invited to au
examination. • SHAPLEY & LEWIS.
Towanda. hum Is, 1851. , -
LOOK HERE .!— ; W. we now Genius the Iwo esti
cis of Molasses it 31* cents per gallon.
SHAPLEY & LEWIS.
Towsils, Juno 14,1451. -
Fltall t FISH 2 Maikirret by the anti
Also. Msekirsw Trout and White Fish by
SHAPLEY & LEVITTS.
RESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of Towanda
and vicinity, that they tak n the store lately occu.
pied by J.J. Ward. where they now invite the atlantic'
of purchasers to a large and choice stock of
New Spring & Sumner Goods,
COINSOM Fe OF
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE - CROPRE:TY,
'GROCERIES, BOOTS "4' 'SHOE'S,
comprising the usual variety, with many articiessn
styles not to be obtained elsewhere.
Their assortment has been selected with care express.
ly for - this market, and purchased at prices which will
aro* us to tall as cheap as, any store in this region of
country. Cub customers are invited to call, with •
promise that they *ball not go away dissatisfied. •
- cr Remember, SHAPLEY & LEWIS new store,
nest south of the Ward House, Main street.
Towanda, May '29, 1851.
nNLY 6* CENTS!—Another tun of throe Cheap
Ll Prints, at 6* cents per yard, knit received at
May 28. SHAPLEY &
NOTICE is hereby given, that an Election will be
hal at the office of Laporte Mason & CO, in Tow
anda on Saturday the 2 et day of June, between the hours
of 10 o'clock A. M., and 12 M., fee °Mame and man
agers of the "Towanda and Burlington Plank Road
Co. In compliance with the charter.
• By older °Mho Commissioners.
May 30. 1851. 11, 8. RUMEL
NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS!
Hardware, Stoves, Copper, Brass, Tin,
AND SHEET IRON WARE
HALL & PUBBELL having formed s co-partner•
11 nershipoespectfully all the attention of the pub
lic to their assortment, to which large additions hare
recently been made, making it the largest and most
varied ever- offered in this region. -Among the multi
tude of articles s few will ,be enumerated
Iron atal Nails.
English, American and Swedes' square and - round;
English and American refined; hoop, band and horse
shoe iron ; nail rods pnd malleable Imo of all descrip
tions, &c.; with a good assortment of Nails:-3d, 4d,
sd, 6d, tild, 10d, I2d and 20d; 4. 5 and 6 inch spikes;
wrought nails and horse nai , by the pound, keg or
ton." Also, cast, German, E glisb blister, American
spring and tire steel, &c,
Carpenter's and oiattea Tools,
Of all deecriptions, else: b narrow and hand axes:
hatchets, ads, - joiner's cot teal mortice, firmer and
framing chins,; common 'cast steel augur., of ail
sixes, from to 2 inch ;
,brand bitts ; augur and
pod Letts extra; planes and Plane irons; hand, tenant,
X cot, keyhole and slating Jaws ; iron and steel and
try squares of all sates, fronatai to 18-itiAes; hammers,
spirit levels, bevels, tape lines, .mortits oases, of all
axes, screw driver., scratches, hollow swim &c.
Anvils, bellows, viers, TbaOmen.' ledges, rioting
harnmeza, stocks and dies, drilling machines, Ike.
Shovels, rquare or round:al.:lints ; picks, hoes, hay,
strair sod manure Corks; log; cable and binding chains,
crowbars, grabbing hoes, rake', grass scythes, scythe
soothes, scythe stones end rifles, cradle scythes, bush
scythes, corn cutters, shovel plough moulds, garden
rakes, hoes and trowels, scoop shovels; &c.
Carriage bows, top leather and cloth ; intent leather;
India rubber cloth ; brass and silver plated hub bands,
concave and Barton patterns ; bras and silver plated
curtain frames, lining nails, carriage knobs, apron rings
and books. stump joints ; brass and silver plated joints ;
seaming cord; striped lace. wide and narrow; silk
striped lace, new aryls; top lining, worsted fringe,moss,
varnish cloth, patent axles and axle arms ; springs, 4e.
Harness Trimmings and Saddlery Ware of the lat.
est and most approved ityfires, and
We have on hand • full assortment. Also a large quan
tity of LEAD PIPE, which we me prepared to furnish
at the lowest prices, thgetber with copper and britannia
stop cocks end cork stops. Any quantity of Pump
chains and Well Riggings. A general assortment of
Saw mill, circular and wood saws ; ,plastering and
brick trowels ; lathing hammers, shovels and tongs ;
files and raps of all sizes; shoe and tack hammers;
drawing knives, turner's chisels and gouges, saw setts,
callipere,`Pincers, knives and forks. carving knives and
forks and Steels ; butcher, pocket and pallet knives;
coach wrenches, trunk, cheat and till locks; tailors and
sheep shears; table and bed castors; dinner and tea
hells, glue and enamelled sauce kettles; brass kettles,
from "two quarts to half a barrel; Hollow ware and
cauldron kettles ; tea and coffee pots ; brass 'and bri•
tennis candlesticks and snuffers; trays, fruit trays and
large servers ; curtain arms and pins of the %mit styles ;
stair rods and holders; ladies' end gentlemen's pocket
scissrs; ntiors and razor strops; Hermon silver and
britann's table and tea spoons; hair, clothes and shoe
brushes ; brass ana steel laurelled pistols and revolvers;
gun locks, steel nipples and nipple wrenches; shot, shot
pouches and powder tasks; brim dor, strap and 'ls
hinges. Also manufacturing and will keep constantly
on band a large armour:mural
Tin and Japanned Ware.
We have etso just mewed 30 tons or STOVES
eomposedin part of the follosting slatterns and sizes:
Republican air tight Cooking Stove, Number 4
Farmer's du do 9
Lady of the Lake, do •• 9
Queen of the West, ' do :: 4.1.1 B
Iron King, do :: 4 and 3
Improved Premium ' do " :: 7 to 10
Eastern Premium. do :: Z. and 4
Jenny Lind Parlor Stores,
Cottage , _ do
Cylinder ' do
Air tight 6 piste Stereo, :: 2to 6
Biy plate Stoves, • :: 3to 7
The above comprises but a few Wicks of the essott
ment which they offer to the public, and all of which
will be disposed at extremely low tate& In proof of
this, please call at Hall's old stand. south side of public
square. and extending to Pine street,-
0 7 Old Copper, Iron, Brow and most kinds of Pro
duct, taken in payment. Towanda, Inner 1. 1 4 9 5 1.
DROWN`:• INNEN COATS for $1 OD •t
• 4. CAMPBELL'S,
CANNEL for Ladies' ;Baeks, a leery nice snide.
just nßeeired sod for ale by •
Dec. 20.1850. p. D. BARTLETT,. •
birmtve Me Company,' will meet for parade
and drill at the Monroeton Exchange; on Sat
urday and Monday, tbh 23d and Slob days Of Attgust
next, at 111eckelt A. M. armed and equipped as the
lam directs., 1. B. INGHAM; Capt.
Mond's. July 29, i93t. ", • •
(11,A88.—Besi l qdallty of Int&CR O 7 ABk - liif
eat* tiy -611APLEY &
y 2 and 3
3 and 4
1 to 3
a, PORTER hitt Nit added to their
eiwattineut a terse Impels of , Preih Annie. htedi•
CtolOcale. Olitri flinty (Magee 811 4 1 .iquotor
which MO AO* Weed Urtlier public aglow we*.
Their stocg af PANT/ was 411. PP RPUMERIf
is the Writ wd mat lomphiii . vier *Skied io tbiY
Alai a Anita ismatUntirt of pare ; *pais • Qt M-
Quoßsonaitaa. for nraiestrarpoom -
A i n gi "tie.i7 Campbelte.ll d hosperse. ?WILIAM
and oil LAMM' containing - many . new and beaufdul
Bt4ng agents [Wall the hest rallol Medicinal of ihe
day, purchasers rasa depimit upon &Outing a mai*
article in all came.
All the Drup and Medic:tux kept '
,at their 40414
menu stray he relied upon tie genuine stil'of The
quality. hieing been carefully selected . with a semi to
Cr South owe of the Ward House. and 1110.2.111pc1i
Row. Towanda. May 27. 18511.:
CLOVER SEEM—Large and small ClavelSee4 tar
side q (S MONT Ari YES & (XL
JUST received another Jame arsorttnent as r e
cheap Door!! and SHOES at
Dec 4 PRINNErsi.
ALL persona are hereby cat:Maned agairtat porches.
ing a note given by me on the Pith of November,
1850, to C.. 13. )`Jarrett, for $l5. The tering of the
contract for which said note was given, rhave never
been complied„orith on the put of said Benet, and I
do' net consider myielf legally or Morally, ticttitid td . Jr .
it, and shell not do so, unless'conspelleilty "-
Monroe. June 11, 1851. Wu. non,:
11119141,1 M • &0311TUraro
• dthuns 6c ligactarlanp,
HAVINO entered into colentnership in the Outlet,
of law, have also established an agency for the
sale of real estate in the county of Bradford. Persons
having real estate which they desire to sell, by 'calling
and leasing a description of their property with the
terms of sale, will undoubtedly find it to their silvan
Persons desirous of purchasing can learn where prop
erty is for sale--e descriptitin of the same with the
price and terms of payment•endbe informed *s to the
'shinty of title. .1. C. ADAMS,
Towsnds, May 2, ISM. 3. MADPARLA 'E.
An extensive stock of Staple
AND FANCY- DRY GOODS,
Just opening at
711ONTANIMI & Qrs.
THOSE whq wish to - purchase Good. Articles at
cheap rates, will do well to call.
Towanda, May 1,'1851, •
NEW COO DS,
AND REDUCTION OF PRICES !
JH. MUNN pit, Jr., is just receiving frbin •• .w
• York a large and general assorterent of Spring
and Summer Goals, consisting of shown everything
usually found in a store, together with
Groceries, Thrdware, Paints, Oils, Dyes Leather,
Boots O. Shnes, Hats, Cops. Bonnds, Cri)dcery,
Glassware, Salt, Fish, ist
The subscriber wt.uld return his sincere thanks to
the .public for their bountiful patronage the last winter.
by Which the increase of business enabled him to oCer
his goods .his summer at still lower prices than they
have been in the habit of buying. All persons wishing
to buy goods for cub or ready pay, would do well to
call at No. 3, Crick Row, and essmine the stock and
prices, so the goods are bought and must be sold.
ToWanda, May I, 1851.
VHEAT lint] FLOUR ,-- a large quantity for a i de
at my! PHINNEirB.
QAFETY FUSE.-10,000 feet just "revived - and
1.7 for vale at myl PHINNEY'S.
LVVIDER.,—Aay quantity wafted. for which the
Itisttet price will be paid at. PHINNEI"B„
IjOSlEßL—Ladies, nibeers, and children', silk,
worined and cotton whits and colored ROfte; shrw
gent's and boy's mixed, brown and bleachedlialf hose,
cheap at my 2 FOX'S,
SIIEETINGS do SHIFtTINGB, brown and bleached
kJ—Ticking, Cotton Yarn, Carpet warp mud Batting
wholesale and retail, at my 2 FOX'S.
SCOW, Coffee, Rice, Fish, Moieties, Raisins, Bale
rains, Spices, Oils, &c cheapest in town, at
May 1, 1851. FOX'S.
15 CHESTS more of those Cheap VAS, Aar
tented to snit or the money returned to all eases,
H.S. & M.O. MERCUR
Ate now teeeiving their •
Mond general stock of Spriosg, Goods,
which are offered for rate et WHOLERALE OR RE.
TAIL, et even lower than their usual prices. They
say to all cash purchaser., come and me our stock, and
you will find goods and prices right. May 9, 1851.
NiVIIOLE ITS, Coata,Panta and Veit; all for
$2 00, at CAMPBELL'S.
IXTHE AT, Oats, Rye and niost kinds of Produce
WW taken, for which the highest price swill he paii
at deco PHINNETS.
A FIRST RATE osoottment of Seta — ot
CASH UP, and no grumbling, paid for WOOL at
CA M PB ELL'S.
BROADbLOTHS, Cusairneres, Kentucky Jeans,
sheep's grey cloth, Sce.. sold very low for cash
by n 4 B. KINGBI3ERV & CO.
important, and True!
ALL persons.—witheut respect to age or condition
—indebted to me, are expected and notifletrto
make immediate payment. To seas& them that I am
in earnest, I will just state, that I hare engagements to
meet, which will n.guine me to have pay of those ow.
it* me. I should prefer that they would do so volumed.
ly. but if not, shall without delay, invoke the assistance
of thi. law.
Towanda, April IR, 185 - D. C. HALL.
N the matter of the voluntary assignment of Chas.
Reed to Henry V. Tracy, in trust for the benefit
of creditors. In the court of Common ,Pleas of Brad.
ford county, of Ma'tir Term, 1849, N 0.134. Notice is
hereby given in pursoances of an oyder of Court
made the 19th day of May, A. D.. 188.1. that Henry
W. Tracy. assignee of Charles Reed. in this case.
has rendered his account for , settlement, which hbs
been duly filed, which will be allowed and confirm
ed by the Court aforesaid, on the Ist 'day of &mem.
ber nest, unless cause be . slnarn In the Contra!? .
Prothonotary's office, July I IS, 1851. • -
OTICE is hereby given, that the Uniformed 'Ali;
all litia of Bradford county, constituting the first
Brigade in the 13th Division of rennsylvania Mili
tia, will meet in battalions for parade, irispeciion
and review, in the fallowing order: the 2d battalion
Commanded by Lien'. Col. John Baldwin. will meet
on Monday, the 25th day of .4ogust.;lB%l. Thedth
,battalion. commanded by Lieut. Col.Dertrand E.
"Whitney. will meet . on Tuesday, the 2601 day of
August, and the Ist hemline. commanded by Mont
Colonel H. W. ftvcil will meet on Thnisday. the
28th day of August.-1851. Commanditykrifficers of
the biltabens will plistsegiVe octice accortlittly.
• r JOHN R. CODDING,
Inspector Ist Brig., 1.9t6 P.; - 14.
Inspector's office, Leraysville, July
'III;ASTINti POWDER : -49 Pow
! 1.0 der. by 110. ,MQPITA,NTOS &
ri,lttleltElt,.4a=the largest ,obeli InAtrin. Fon
rt.. , ' dinner anti tea setts. of *bite gratitiind blue
ware, which will be sold cheap at. -'
Cr 4: 1: 47
IS now reeaviirsAt fittest v 4,
flu anoned,Orioctitiv. 40. to tbi,ekho• 5041
Mrticulariy intita4na odlawlio a p l an v4itt rwonsat;
and Will motel' an Object to them to glialtisn • call.
as be is deter mined dos sell Oa geode tdr Calls as low
was 'wet befonvntrendlidni inwket: klivintepet.
ed no pains in midi / 14th, clisdet4rt- *Ade:: tberia
scriber feels folly , , confidint that libitti siesyotlti. sat 4
isfacroon to his cuptiNnant.Aprll.lo
_ _ .
COME ONE. 0631 E 411 4 ; and eisciiiipi :the Nevi
Goode, which afe nod being eibibilod dal
- 81120. B. utrioupXuVu
MEAT' Wir -GO
POs , •
S node dimes friim NOW York • laree # and
eplendid assortment of Gonda which be offers for
ale at prices asbi:keannot tail to isei4 thweloseet !mi
ns, far ease, reo•vcs. ow Aromas's ellihrt. Hof
respectfully asks • via from all persons wipbinrio buy
goods cheap , as he is determined not, to b witiersiddl.
Towanda, A ptif 14, !HSI.
DIM: FOULARO, Chemifeoii Chen, lll% Drew
It Silks, Freud) an Biresus Per:mites. e !yeti attiefd
for summer dresses. French and English Lemma, Silk
Tissues, Lumen Lustre" and m y quantity of Other dress
goods at -Fors:
p VERY One knmvs that the place in find the. largess
...1.4 assortment and best quslity of gloves of Or dee•
etiptions is at 426 FOX'S.
Ribbops.,Pottnet Lt i.e and Colo" lit
DOZ. Panama, Leghorn, Palm Leaf Andl . Caasdi
Straw Heim oplll PDX'S.
BVK aad 131'k Silk Lace fur ! ?JAN' riLLIAS at
INELIMVIMIRMIL4I.34.7I2 MP . A=
rs Still in Operallon t
MITE sobseribers have Moved to the new building on
Pine street, one don' below Marcum store orligra
they will keep on hand
.and make to order, plonglia,
stove and mill irons of almost all discriptioUri. Tiirn
ing and stling riFi work, will be done also on reasonable
tense as at Elmira sr Owego. Ohl iron will be tallied
in payment. . JOHN' CARMAN Si CO,
Towanda, April 26,1851.
DRYGOODS—A good assortment of hieziooes.
Cashmeres. De tains. Alpacas, and prints rum
opening at - jIB MEITICURT,
NEW SPRING 'GOODS !
MEE subscriber is now in receipt of his Bprinig put
chases of New Goods-which makes his stock mu;
of the most extensive 'in the country-=for site On the'
most favorable terms for cash or approted
buyers are paricrolarly invited to call and examine. dui
stock. myB 0. D. BARTLETT.
raper Ztangings.. 4 .
'Fla only aunpfeto assonnorut of Paper klan.lings.
1 Borders, Window Paper. and Firo board View.;
kept in Ibis region, end at prices as loci rre tin" be'
found at retait'yithei in or out of theprineipal chimer
May B. 0. D. BARTLETT:
W'msport & Athens Railroad Letting,
GHO. H. BUNTING, respectfully informs the pub.:
lie that he has remostd his store to got: Heim?
building, one door below Warner's watch shop, where,
he will be happy to see all who May be in wait of
Good end Cheap Clothing. Re is coisetifallj sibling
to his stock ell the new mid desirable styleimal pat
terns, and feels confident he min satisfy anal one whoi
may give him a call.
Just receiving fmm New York, a large and mesons;
ble assortment of ..qpring and Animate Cbdising, Made
in the best manner, and which will be sold as usual al
the lowest prices. . . .
He has also received, a, ter tat of YOUTH ' S 15
CHII.DBENTB' CLOTHING, to whicli,ll invites at
slntion and which will be sold lit'foir`rattsi. He bas
made arrangements by which be tan lend rot any so 4
tide desired, with -the cettsin . ty of prom:tint a vial
Cutting and making
, op, &Me ar ousal to the Most
fashionable manner, promptly end to ordir:
Towanda, May - 8, ttdsly. #
BOOTS ic SHOES!
Sohn W. Wilcox,
TAB removed - his establishment to IL Mitt's Morey
corner of main street and the public squire. and
will continue the manufacture of Boots and SUlee, si
He has just received from New Yorks large aierpri
ment of IVomen'is. Arissge c l.9 A whirl
are offered at low prices. The attention of the Ladies
is psricularly directed to his as.4ortebent, comprising
the following net' 'Ogles :—Ettiimelled Jenny Lind gals:
ter boots; do; shoes ; black- Itsting and silk gaiters ;
walking shoes, buskins,&e. . Misses glitbra and shoes.
of every description. A loge assortment of Childrenii
fancy gaiters, boots and &bees, of aft kinds.
For the Gentlemen. almost every sty.% ot gaiters and
shoes. This stock has been personally selected with
care, and be believes be cars offer superior articles
CO.. The strictest attention paid to Manufadusingg
and he hopes by doing work well to merit a amtinus
aye of thr liberal patronage be has hitherto received.
Towanda, May 8, 195 1.
AI:DITOR'S NOTICE.—The utidetsi..qed, hav
ing been appointed an A uditot, by the Orphan's,
Court of Bradford county, to marshall assets and
distribute funds in the hands or the Administrator
or Muses M. Lewis. dec'd., will attend ti the busi
ness aforesaid at his office in Towanda borough. on
Thor:tile. the Ist d iy of August. 1851, st One o•-
• clock,l 7 . M, wizen nll persons interested are rentiit;
ed to present their claims, or be debarred from coui
ine in upon said fund. HENRY BOOTH,
- July t 6, 1851. .
Aid, persons indebted to the estate of .1 ANIEg
FIIIES, Jet-coxed, late of the township of Wells,
are hereby requested to make payment withoitt delay;
and those haying claims against said estate, will please
present them duly authenticate. l for settlement.
MARCi.t REX FRIES, Administratets.
?Nay 24, 1851.
All Right at the Furnishing Depot.
&-A. CAMP!!! tefurn their sincere thanks
for the Übe sl piiionage heretofore bestowed.
Brut would again call ilientkin of thefr filen& and ens•
foment In their late arrival of Kra/. Senile itoons.
Consisting of all things necessary for clothing the out•
er man ; whinh will be sold at s little tdaref pncesthaft
has hithertortre been asked.
Please give us a call before burehisitiittletwithem
If. &. A. CAMPBELL.
WEREAS, my wife, Sarah !Maria, has left my
bed and board and lice children, without any
just cause or proy.,cation and utterly refuses to re
turn. this is hereby to ealitinn all persons ariinst
harboring or trnatik her nn my account, as 1 'will
pay no dell's tif her contrite:Mg.
• ALEXAN PER WANHALL.
Nighn. sedy. Wyncriing Co. July 28, 185 t,
A ODDT the middle of July, between Towandst
and the Imre of the subscriber in Won a
smell bundle r of Dry Good‘; which the owner elm
have by application, and paying the repensee in-.
;aired in , adverting &e.
ELLIOT I' WHITNEY:• .
Wynn:m..loy 29, ISM. r •
ARM:3OI.B:7A fine assortment of lined awl olio
I ftshirmithlo idyl... at
E rate vpring afylemnleakin Bats; 61'111m/horn
ti and r'a'rn, !oaf flat. at