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spent add the EnHealth:U*li
I t r eems that the treatment of the % Spanish Coot).
rat at New Orleas has been the subject ot
it the p o ut s.ll Mitdp.tei• at Mt:44bn, atilt
neantinwn , i n relation to the Matterate stilt
lirk‘ai between him and Mir Government,. Ththv
:: en be nn d o ubt that Spits ili s etititleil to redress - .hi
the remises; and . it appears, from what its elated
by Wil'ilingl°ll letter 'wtirete, that all the &Mantle
of the Sepleh minister have been areeded ro, ex
tifig The reuniting a A:ante to be fired on the
ion 0 1- the thpattish,rConsul to kltlew Olean" ; .
ow nu ; Govetnnient a ill not agree • as it wroilti
nee the appearance of identify :rut it with the N ow
oang riot. or with the exrdititat msittet Cuba
gamer has it that the Spanieh Atheism!, being tin
a we to prevail on this point, i s . atatiu• to demand
ho er ,triTlA and retire ; ben we plaeu no rel i ance
thisr , ilnm , es neither the Governmen: of Spain,
t or its MiniAtere at W4.hiattloti,' would hoga r loue a
tuplare bei , " ell r outlines on CO Itivo
cas e The Siteni.h Cotten!' should be amply in•
ttsmnifiell for Ids liaises. add the condemnation, rit
the VI of ontraLte should he expressed to Spain by
our G o rernMent bow to bring a national -aline
on the warn tit the S jniri4h Corot!. it should not
tie thought of The Adminberroion has. thomulinur
the whole of the ratan excitement. exhibited a de.
,termiaaftett to fulfil treaty obligations with..spain
unit the hoer ritoulti therefore avoid . tokitta any
pnsittott which would he oppre..iye to nue Gomm'
melt. we wooll have ja.tweAllitie to Spain.
pa roopideratiott ritotibi indurr. n. in do
an an t
which miu.in be eonsndered prop
iate het tivor, or secure her triendehip —114411
BCRVIV: Rfr:D ItiVIR ft trT --Thr Caddo
Li. Gi:dte slaw. that Gd G uk•II I;:r• been rryi”g
the experiment of destroying the ralt by the.
war:al the raft oil the 9th itiet . and rOmmerecerl
bung it. it bnrtnd heyotithhi. expectations, when
he war, eninvellett to nil account of rain. He
Rates that all that part of ihe rah-but that immedi
ately in the channel, can he in this manner remov.
rti ; and Atoka that the burning of timber to the
cameo edge, at this Joie stage of the river, will eon.
Boats when the : river i• ur tainting ordet‘ to pass
loth rape and safety He recommends that a meet.
; ne. of the cinzen. Of Shreveport tre.called, for the
purpose of examining the Raft, and testing the prim
tint nulity of Ms experiments. The editor of the
Grade expresses himself favorable to the project,
aft t drirssters it an important step towards the re
moval of the raft.
Oa- A most horrible arettlent occurred on Wed.
neNt,ty ariernoon at the marble quarries at Texas,
ut Baltimore county, from which the stone of the
Nsaortal Monument and the Patent Office exten
tl n are being quarried. The workmen were en
aced in I aitilla one those immense circular blcwks.
wetahra ten lints, intended for the Patent Office,
when the tackle broke. a n d two brothers, named
BucEt.F.T. raught under it,' One of them was
compkqely ma-lirti to a ?fly. and the other lost
Will hi! , legs from vrhici tin II ig s i n ext morning.
Ma 'Comma's James Fenimore Coo
declue and publish this to be toy last Will and
festaiorni. I give and bequeath to my. wif e i,s ulan
tuvuea. all My property, in possession, or to
which I may :have an claim rfuvr or hereafter.
aileter real Cpersonal ;or mize. l , to be enjoyed
Err. her heir-0 arid assign a. forever. I make my
rod wile the meninx of this 'my Will. ' Signed
ilic..Bth Nov. 1819, ald . provera of record 26. h Sep.
MINI %TUBE AIM AN AC-114511.
Lh. ys of the
t ," VocoAr,••••
THE merfiber4 of the DRADFORDCO.
MEDH:AL SOCIETY are requested to
nee , at the Want House, Thursday, December 4th,
1851,0 t 1 o'clock, P. M. 11"1/15
D 1 Nitro, Diva from Ittr Nude!Crag:
NEW SHAWLS! .
CST received by expieNw aniither ca-e of Pay
sate Shawl% splelitii.l aryileii: at
Towanda. N 24. 185'. J. KINGABERT.
ADVINIS ill 1 4TRIX NoTIcE.
I.L persons knowing thrin4elyres indebted to the
estate of CH A Iti,Eri RIMEII9 deed, tat. of
tp., are hereby notified to make immeitiate
Plymetd , and tho.ie haring claims ag einst said es.
tate. are rltteoert to preen! Mei - 1i duly authentica
a4 for , rule tent. EMILY ROGERS. ,
Cant. :y.• a. 29, 1 0 51 Admioiora, ix
• Ink at Wholesale.
'LIVERY variety of Harrison's Columbian Ink, Os!
rrce,ved by the. subscriber..—he ht. mule ar•
fl inert. by which he can supply 'Merchants &
rkter., on as favorable term s a- can he had of the
polineloc•c, O. D. DARTLETr.
Towanda. Nov. 29. 1051.
Rocks I Eocks I
Complete ao•ot ment of rae.hool. Manic. Clag..i
-1 cal & Mi•cellarreptri Conat t ntlY k'P tip
104 for cale at the lowest rare. bY • •
:ono. 29. 1431, 0. D. B ‘IITLNITT.
Fall and Whiter Goods.
TS saw rerriiite direct from New York au lame and
9 , 1rr1t.1 ass..rirretlt of Goods whirh he 'offers or
li!e at twin% whi castmot- int, to Mill the elosrrt
sr., f•r (.7,411. PuolirCt. nA AP,Roilrito CARPET. - H.
l ryvf.illy asks a en'l froM all persons Wishing' to hoe
as he is tleterminssi not to hr ohtlersuld.
T..srand.), Nosem4er 2;, 1451.
17ICTORIN ES ANI) CLV, frwketto for sale
then, at riv2l
•TE 2 IIII I -0 1. -Fr 9 Dignirmir
iptS REMOVED HIS OFFICE mNo. 12. B•ica
Hn!'• ("1.. , air.....) in the r•inin formerly not-ivied
"!il.n.,D. %hoot na t law fana, where he will be
l'itared to see those requirin his professional service'.
Towanda. November 18, 1851.
LL personi indebted to the estate. of IRA
a BRONSON, late ol_ Orwell township deceas
ea. ire herphr notified to make payment without de
-4,14. all persons. having dgmands against said
t‘tve tvl,l prevet them prorio.iv a ttested fay 'settle
1.114E8 D. HUNIPHREY.
O,IreII Nov. 17. lehl. Executor.
174 ' ", 0. all ner:nn< in.lehred 113 the late firm
c;r ),NiON & HUMPHREY are horehe called
nion c .nv! forward and ~ente their re.poctive ac.
cotnltc 1 0 due time. I. D. HIT IPHREV.
SE'LEDPRoP(ts%m4 will he received at the
Coinini,u,ner's Office. until 12 o'cloeh of Wed.
I) rcember 10. 2851. for hoildinz a Bridle
leans Towanda ('reek. Gear Bull AI Brovencrin'a
mill*. Plans and , penifirations ran be Kee - 12 at the
(;"mmiscuinee, ONlce . l ,r nue week previous to the
order of the Crtm'rs.
: 1, 4%13. ; 1. N. F RR AR. eteelf.
pßom the antAelibef in Towanda hnrough. on
Thur.daa night. the 30th day of Oetnbc r inst.
need milch COW , in good condition , with the gip of
right hnrn battered down--8 years old. Who
teer .etorn said eour.or jive information where
the can be found, afiall be liberally rewarded.
Npv. 12. itosl. A. V. 1 ROllll%
BITE Faney Colored Hickory Wrists for all
Orme. • et &A. C.
NEW'VAL — '''AIIIYIVI-It' - ',GOO
~, i • ~. a.........
JOSEPH KINOSBERY; • , • ' ;:•-:: -
. , • ~
rd now receiving an eitensive aisottment of CJOODS. purchased since - i in : emi t sad
the late death* "el
.1. whith - cannot rail to omit the Meter and-wishes of purchaser . and meet the'wetrita'of`the p Midi and
as every bey knowa thitt he &heap sells Goads veil , Cheap , it Is notiecesisuy tri tialtb ant` remarks
on that subject • . -I ',ii,T \
• 210011t11 AND II 41.110.11t41121r.
, . .
I shall in a few leis receive a very large cataldatie Of N. Htnikelid Statloaary, and tieintrdesitons
of disposing of doable the weal quantity this sealloil. Shill fiditee the prices to a rely low !Wife.
=Mini ZOIMPOV. ' , - •
Being agent for the sale of the Bay State Shaiilit Filhilloirough. 'I im enabled to offer thini Much
lower and hi lamer variety than any other establishment this side of New York. Large stlmaiei of
these shawls will be received during the winter. ,
, - ratan colontammi
Fish. *ails; Glass. Oils, Ifirilware. Crockery, Boot. and Shoes, Sall. &c.. JOB. KINOBE4Y.
BY e. Er
irttie„of a writ of Vend. 11.00 out
of the court of common Please of Bradford
County. and to diedirected. will bet exposed to public
sale at the court Hots in the' boro.!.ot , To*anda.
nn Il t iditday the Ist day of December. at t o'clock.
the fu lowing lot piere or parcel of land, shun.
ted in Towanda op. bounded and desdribdd as fol.
lows ip *lt t north by lands ib possession of J. C.
fkiwell and Dean Horton. *eJt he lands of
well. smolt by land. of Elea Rutty. East by non,
Creek. Containing ab at eighty acres more or less.
about sixty acres improved one two story stone
tavern house, two framed barns and an apple or
seized and taken in eteCutittn at the Skit of Mon
tanve's At Co. vs. stiephen 4. Mills.
• A LSOz- - -Thp following lot piece or parcel of land
situated in the township of Durell„ . bounded and des
cribed as follows to wit : north by lands of J.:hn
Crimaiing. west by unsested lands, south by land of
Michael Cr •sn:least by Cornelius Fitzgerould. Con
taining one hOndred and six acres more or less, three
or four acres chopped.
seized• and taken in execution at the suit of SAY
Ward Executrix of the estate of William Ward
dec'd, now to the use of Rank and Brooke, vs. Da
vid Walsh. .
ALSO—The following lot piece or parcel of land
situated in Granville tµ bounded and deselibed as
follows vie uorth by land of Harry Putnam 4- ,C.
P. Griffin, east & south by Harrison Ross, on the
west by land of Harry Putnam. 'Containing about
forty-five atm more or less, all unproved o ne
framed finnan. one log and framed barn and apple
Seized and taken in execution at the snit of Orrini
Ballard, to the • ase of Charles Calkins, wk. An
drew T. Morrison. •
ALSO—The following lot piece or parcel of land
situated in the township of Rome, bounded end des
cribed as follows : bytiningat a corner in a line of
Ephraim U. Parker & Hiram Drake. thence south
79° east along the line of said Drake, eighty and: 84
tenth perches to another corner of Said Drakes.
thence south one-dearer west 23 and 1-10 perches
thence south thirtrfour and a half degrees west to
a corner in a line of Daniel Buffington's now Luci
us Eastman. thence north 69 degrees west 67 and
1.10 perches to the begining. Cant sining twenty
two acres and twenty-six perches strict measure, be
.he came more or le ss . about fro acres improved one
framed barn, log house and small orchard thereon.
Seized and taken in eiwcution at the nuit of Hiram
Drake - adminis.trator of John Moore deceased, vi.
eitas Gore and Sanel W. Gore.
Al.'‘O—The fialowing lot piece or parcel of land
situated in the township of Burlington. bounded and
described as follows to wit : north by lands of Jacob
M.er. west by land of Rogers Fowler. south by land
William Mead east by land of Charles Mead.—
Containing about 80 acres more or less about 8%
acres improved. two log houses, one log bare and a
few fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Lo.
rano D. West vs. William A. tquyter.
ALSO-s-By a writ of a levari tacias, directed as
ahove—All that certain piece or parcel of land
bounded and described as filows viz .- situated in
township of Wells In the county of Bradford, begin
ning at a post the sooth•eaqt c rner of laird survey.
'ell to William C. Ware. thence south eighty perch
es to a post, thence west two hundred and three
perches In a beech. thence northegbly p -rches to a
post: thence east two hundred aiaihree perches ki
the begining. Coonsibing one hundred and one
acres and eighty perches, being the same tract ..1
land which tht parties pf the second part conveyed
to the said Shnhul Rowlee. ^Pith one old frame
house. one wood and wash house, one horse barn
one farm 'elm and -ow shel attached to it. a small
apple ^I. ha - I
-about sixty acres improved.
seiz d and taken in erscution at the suit of Jo
seph R. ingersoll Henry B. Raring, William B.
Baring, John Craig Miller, and Francis Dame
.trustees of the estate of William Binghlm ilec'd and
successors and assigns of Alexander Basing' and
Henry Baring et al devises in trust of the estate of
William .Bingham deed vs. Shoat! Rowlee excel'
tor of Rhubtkl . R 'wipe dec'd with notice to Edward
A. Ayres terre ter ant.
CHESTER THOMAS, sheriff.
Sheriff's • %Rice. Towanda. Nov. 8,
ISun Rear. 4un scs
7 21 4 39'
7 21 4 39
7 21 4 38
7 22 4 38
723 4 27
7 23 4 '37
By virtue of a writ of Vend. gxponas issued
out of the Court of Common Pleits, of Bradford
County. and to me directed. will be exposed to pub
lic sale, at the Court House in the born.' ofrowanda
on Friday. the lOth day of October, at 1 o'clock, P.
M.. the folio% ing lot piece or parcel of land situate
in the township of Smithfield. bounded and describ
rd as follows. to wit ; north by land of C. C. Pierce.
east by land of Enos Smith. and others. mouth be
tools of 11. Crowell and the highway, and west Go
lands of b. Farnsworth. Containing abcret Macre
more or less,
.ahoti r t 110 arreonoroved, one framed
house. one framed barn anFfruit trees thereon,.
seized and taken in execution at the suit of 1:. F.
Grovener assignee of Seth Salsbury vs. Charles
At. 04-Ry two writs the following piece or par.
eel of land lying and being in Columbia township
and bownited Its follows: on the no rth by lands of
Frinklin Baker. west he M U. Canfield. south bv
Austin and Robbins. and east by Urtah Ferguson
and 11. Robbins. Containining IMu acre+. more or
less. about 70 ilCrel improved with on framed house
one framed harn.‘aint apple orchard th Fenn.
- 8e zed and taken io execution at the snit of Wm.
11..bhinb to to the use of John C. Adams vs. John
Al.! 4 o—The following piece or parcel of land sit
utile in Athens horn,' bounded on the north by land.
of 11. 0. Hail and E.:lleraitsk. east
. by lands of
Welles Ar Harris. snail by Canal at and we-t by
land• of P Rogers. Containing fifty feet on Canal
st and eivhty four feet deep or bock, framed house
and framed barn and fruit trees thereon.
Seized and take , in execution at the suit of Wm
Kilt to the use of B. Richmond &Co, vs. Abigail
WM. B. 11CIBBLN.3,
Towanda, Sept. 15, 1851. S
,THE above sale stands adjourned until
Monday the first day of peeetriber next, at the same
place and time of day.
4/ct 24 W S. DOBEIT,N, WEL
.. untirrAztird - would inform the chime of
Towanda and vicinity. that he has arrived hrre
for the purpose of rliabling those who wish Raga.
realtypes4 themselves, (effendi. to get them Hav
ing had a nrernber'of rears experience an the, bli..i.
nesa, he leek c..nfolena that his pictures will give
general satisfaction. Likenesses of children and
aged people. taken with perfect accuracy. Those
wishing pictures would do well to give him a call.
Room over Burton Kingsberyl store.
Towanda. July 12, 1851. G 'tt.
THE books and acconnts of T.. t. NYE' & CO.
are in the hands of D. Vandeteonk. Esq. fur
collection. All perms!s having unsoiled accounts
with said firm will grease call and settle the same
'on or before tire Ist clay:of January nest. and sat*
COST. L. IL NYE It CO.
'regrinds. November 14. Isbi.
_VRENCH COLLARS. etems..Coffe. Edell* and
se ME breninv, beautif9l uponmetti and grret URwNI iety
THE LAST * NOTICE
R.., virtue of a writ of Vend. Espo. issued'out of
the Court of Cowmen Pleas, and traria directed
will be exposed to public sale at the Court House,
in the boro; of Towanda. on Monday the' first day
of December. at I o'clock P. M., the following piece'
or. parcel of Land situate in Burlington township,
bounded and described as follows, to wit : south by
Wm. Mead. tan by land of Charles Mead. nonh•
Wand of Jacob wes thy land of Rogers Fow.
ler-Containing atom 80 aCreti; more or less. about
25 acres improved. two log houses, one log barn
and d few fruit trees thereon.
:felled and taken in execution at the suit of Tra- ,
ey jklifoore-ii. Wm. A. silver.
Al.o4o—The following described lot of land situ.
•ate in Canton tap. and bounded on the north by
Nods of Stephen Govet. on the east by lands of John
McDual and Columbus McClelland. on the south
ieb lands of Names Warner and Jared Hoyt, and on
.west by hinds of the heirs of Samuel Davis
itl., and G. F Mason. Containing fifty acres.
about forty acres improved. with one framed house
andiink log barn and apple orchard thereon.
Seized end taken in execution at the suit of 0.
P. Ballard vs. Bite) Smith.
,WIN. 8. DODD INtieShitr.
Pherif i Office,
towanda, Oct. 20. 1851
BY virtue of a ertain writ of !awl Facia;
issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of
BradfordVounty 'and to me directed, will be expos
ed to publid salt, at the eourt House in the Boro'
of Towanda ott Sathrday, the 22d day of November.
.at one o'clock P.M.. the following piece or parcel of
land, WAR and being in Litchfield township. Brad
ford county, and bounded and delcribed as follows:
Beginning at the southeast corner of a warrant lot
claimed by Wm. Clymer, thence north on the said
warrant line 138 8.10 p to a post fur a corner;
thence east 83 6-16 p passing by soutlokest Corner
of Isaac Verbeek's lot; thence south . 175 940 p to
none line tit Andrew* Brainard's lot; thence west
99 9.10 p to a post for a corner ; thence north 37
-10 p to the south line of said Clymer's warrant
inlet, thence east along said warrant tract fifteen
perches to the beginning. Containing ninety-two
acres and twenty-two perches, stict measure, about
twenty-five acres thereof improved, with two 129
houses and some few fruit trees thereon.
seized and taken in exectitit.n at the suit of P. J.
DeCateroind wife, vs. James Randolph end James
Carey, terra tenant. CH RA rtR TuostA.4.
Sheriff's Offiee, Oat 31, 'tit. She. tff
la Me matter of the estate of Winsel F.Killogg. deed.
1 HE undrrsigoed having been appoipted stadiur
1 to marettall asset., and make distribution of
the funds of the said e•ta e remaining in the hands
of L s. Arnold, administrator thereof. will attend to
the duties of said appointment at the house of P.P.
sweet, in Smithfield. on Saturday. the 29th day id
November, inst., at ten o'clock. A. M ,at whiclitime
all person. having claims against said estate ate
required to present the name or he debarred from
coming in for a share of .aid funds.
Oct. 30. 1851. STEPHEN PIERCE.. Andime.
AUPITOR'S NOI tE
It the matter of the Estate If James Bennett
THE undersigned auditor appointed by the Or-
I pnan's Court of Hradf.rd county upon e x cept
ions filed to the • final and partial account of the
adiries. of ~std estate will attend to the duties of
ht. said appointment on the 424 day of nest Novem
ber at one o'clock P. M. at his office in Towanda
two' of which at per4on.intere.te-1 will take notice.
Oct. 18 WI. .. lIENHY 80111 II %r1.4.,••r.
AI'DI Mfrs N. I'ICE
In M. mall?r tit the &Oak of Minty stricklan4dee d
t ii undersiytted audi•Or appointed by the Or
a phan's Court of Bradford County to settle the
accounts of the administrator of said estate. and
alto to state and settle the dirtribution offends arm.
ing from the said estate as a final settlement of the
same, will attend to the &die. of said appointment
At his office. in Towanda born on the 19th day of
November neti. at one o'clock P. M., when all per
sons having claims against said estate are required
to present them or be debarred from any share of
Oct. 18. 1851,
In thr matter If the Estate of Akt.son .Murris, dee'd,
I•HE auditor appointql by the Orphan's Court
of lirabford eintrity to distribute funds in the
hands of the administrators itf said estate, will at-
tend to the duti , s of said appointment at his office
in Towanda boro' on ihe24lll (ley of November next
at one o'clock, P. M . when all persons haying
illvirna against said estate are requested to present
them before the auditor or h • debarred from any
share of ,aid fund... HENRY HOOTII. Auditor.
. November. I.t. IRSI.
ArOrFOß's Itr4 MICE
1•t Me matter of Me 1:4111e.of Horace F Harden dee'd.
V HE auditor app••inted by the Orphan's Court a
L Bradford :ounty to distribute funds lathe hands
of the.administrators of the estate aforesaid will at•
tend to said business at his office in Towanda born'
to the :11th day of November next. at one o'clock
P. M when all persons ha-tint: claims against said
estate are requested to picesent them or be debarred
Qom any share of said funds.
001.18. 1851. . HEN Rif BOOTH. A tittor.
Al' DI FOR'S No I'ICE
14 Its mnfler of Me estate of Nelson Rogers, deed.
NOIVE is hereby Riven to all permns interested
that the undersigned has been appoituetroy the
Orphans court of Bradt - ant ecunry, an audi•or, to
twilit, settle and report upon the account of Eli
Gibbs. adininiatratir iii s aiii‘freedert. and that lie
will attend to the duti of the appointment tm the
29th day of November nest, at one o'clock P. 51..
it his onite in tho borongh of Towanda.
Oct. 3tl, '5l. WM. EL WELT., Auditor.
Orphan's Court Sale.
persoance of an order of the Orphan's Court. of
I Stafford county. there will be exposed to public
safe, on Tuesday. the 11th day of November nest.
at I o'clock P. M.. rin the premises. a certatn tract
of land situate_in Leroy township. late the estate of
Seeley Molcomh: founded by tieenck. on the
east.enil south by lands of the Hardie! estate. west
by lands belonging to the estate of Sterling Hid.
comh. der d. north by Towanda . creek ; IS or 1-7
acres improved. with one framed barn erected the re.
on, the remainder shindland. Terms one half rash.
the remainder one year front the cooftrination of
sale, with interest from the day of sale.
O STOCKWELL. Administratcr.
Oct. 9, 1851.
THE only complete aaaortnwrit of Paper Han:three.
Borthos, Window Paper. and Fire tome; Views.
kept in this region, and at pricer. as low it 4 can he
found at retill either in or out or the principal cilia., at
May A:— 0. iL B ‘RTIXTr.
/NAME to the enclosure of the sdhsrriber in Tounn.
fla inonshiii. on or abut the ,Ittis inst. a lIELI
ahntrt 8 scars oil Said steer bits no portico , .
In mark. The owner is requests,'
and pay chafers. WILLIAM AUSTIM.
CHAIN PUMPS. for ;Nl at ' SIPRCURIO.
Seriember tO, teat.
- lust . et •
7111tAWN . fror Dec. 144 , silerettri !
:LP loci - 1851: -• '
Mtieilikinfo.-Ita Joinilloiloi Se; -
Graneilki-tiather Ciariti.nobers 140041
Athens C. Harris; • ;• •
Windhatis=4: D. pardria4o.tiarpeatit
Trey twp.".-Linas Ambit;
Weds—Alesand M Seeiet ;
Wyalosing.4ymats Chamberlin t
Rome . —David Cote ;
Warren—No.6*H T*rtni ;
columbia—lii ram Freeman;
Burlington—Jebisl IRK= I
RiJgbery—Milis esti.; .
• 711.6•11111911 Joicat—vrair
Wells-48mph Sturdivant, David Sayre;
Pi ke—Martimore Pratt, George White. Along° &UM
Richard Ashton. Nathan Rockwell;
Albany—.Bolan Stevens I
Springfield—L. Newberry. D. 8. Smith
Warren—S. C. Brainard. Nelsob Corbig ;
Riweidiequin—ftmuei Minirr. H. B. Chaffve i
Granville—Henry Salton, John Vromin, Charles
Drake ; • ,
Athens borne—Waller Olmsted. Moses Omelet ;
• Smithfield —James Pritcher, Ira Adams, James L.
Geiontd, Gen. McVannon. Merril Wood;
Routh Creek—John ; •
Wyalusing--James Butler.ll. if, Lamphere, Joseph
Columbia—Griffin Daily. Dennison Miller;
Leroy—Nelson Reynolds ;
StsudingSione—fienry Westtirook,Johu DA Squires
Orwell—Austin Ellsworth. S. Lathrop ;
Dutell—John Bennett 3d. James Gofi ;
Ulster—James McCarty, Samuel Hat;
Canton—Ezra Spalding g
Toscarora—Beta Cogswell ;
Litchfield,-Josiah White ;
Rome—Nathan Maynard ;
Herrick—Newell Reeler t
Ridgbery—Aaron ONtrander ;
Litchfiehl—Denj. Dill. Wm. Cooper. Hiram Enter*:
Tnscarora—J. C. Galva; Vincent Owen, D. D.
Black t .
Ridgbery—Vincent Owen, Chem. Fro'eh 1 •
Durell—Geo. Cole. John W. Street. A. W. D. Van.
eorder,Jac..7b R. Emery ; .
Smithfield-4km. W. Campbell, C. A. Lyman, Jona-
than Bush. Elam" Farwell ;
Granville James H. Ross. C. Baxter ;
Rome—Chas. C. Lent ;
,f4then‘tp.—lr. IL Weller. Thos. Lane;
Uurlineton—Abram Morley. D. A. Ross, Wm. Phi-
Canton Wm.Gor.line, John Vandyke ;
Columbia—Wm. Smith, Stephen Bullock, Joseph
Pike—A..l. &Nall, Oliver Ellsworth, D. Blackman,
A. A. Woolen ;
Orwell—Wm. C. Maynard ;
Aqvlum—staron Ely ;
'l'ror tp—Simon Mclnto•h, Eel Porter;
Athens H. Sherman ;
Troy bo.—John F. Hopkins ;
Monroe—Horatio B. Bowen, Geo. Walker ;
Wvalo.inv—E. M. Beeman. Chas. Hamm
PprineGeld—Thog. P. Wolcott ;
Standing Btonr—John Ennis ;
Towanda tp —haac Myer
fthtl.heqoin--0. W. Hollis;
Ulster—D. 0. Chubbock
Alberti bo.—Chas Comstock ;
Wyalusinw—Elishi Lewis ;
Asylum—Jacob Fruichey ;
Franklin-40bn M. T.ylor ;
Smithfield—John Dar, An-el Pe. tt ; -
;Warty—Henry Hibbard; Minor Wilcol
Windham—Saml Jackway ;
Canton—J. U. Wright.- Thin Williamson jr. ;
Pike—John I.:Palmer. Almon Beecher ;
Warren- Nathan Newman. Calvin Arnold; .
Towanda ho.-11 F. Powell, E. T. Fos ;
Sianding Stone—Hiram Vannest-;
Rome—Danford Chaffee, Oscar Elliott J.D. Demo.
Tuscarora—VlM. Thompson ;
Fowanda tp.—Means Watts ;
Columbia—Allen S. Par.oos. Stephen D. Goodrich;
Lem—Horace - Holcomb ;
Sheshequin—lsaac Elliott. Geo Kinney;
Burlington—James McKean ;
Rolghery—James Hammond ;
Orwell—Geo. Wells ;
Troy tp —Erastus Reach ;
A Us persons knowing themselves K. be indebted to
11 the e,oxte of ABRAHAM WORTENDYKE.
deed late of South Creek. Ip„. dre hereby reqnesued
to mike immediate payment, and th'nee having claim,
against said estatewill please present them immediately
duly authenticated fur aettlemetiL
South Creek, Oct. 17, 1851. -Administrators.
A"persona indebted to the rstate of Benjamin
Buffington deceased, late of Warren township,
are herehy sequesteil to matte payment without de
lay. and all persons having demands against said
estate are requested to present them dniv authenti
cated fur settlement. R. C. 01 - FFINGTON,
GILES N. DE WOLF.
Warren, Oet.'3, 1851. Executor's.
AA pentane italehtftl to the estate of A. W. H.
Vanimrder, deed, late of the township of Durel,
are hereby requeKted to make payment without delay.
and 0u 4! haviirt claims against raid estate, will pleabe
pre•eitt them duly authenticated for settlement.
f vriL )1, VA SGORDER,
Durell. S'eptemher 22. 185 . mi o lora f;
A Lt. persons indebted tolie estate of LEMUEL
• S. MAYNARD dacea.4R. late of Rome town
ship are hereby tenuexted to make payment with
out delay. and those hayinu claims exalt, pi said,
tue, wilrplease present them duly and antheriticated
for settlement. . WM. E. MAYNARD.
LE rTeas Testatrtentary Nine the last will and
testament of ELIZABETH MEANS, late o
the Ditto' of Towanda, deceased. having toren grant
ed in the subscribers of said Bore' all persons hay
ing claims or demands attainst the estate of the said
ileeeasml are legit, 11.(1 to make the Fame .kernum to
idiom 'War. and all
,pentans indebted to *aid
estate are required to pay the same forthwith.
THOM f 8 ELLIOTT.
Towanda, Jetty 28, 1851. Eisentom
AOMlNts . rnA•rows Ncrricg.
ALL tworeons indebted to the estate of WILLIAM
BR ‘DFl)Rtideeensell, late of Warren townibip,
are hereby rt.questett to mike payment without delay.
and an persons hawing dentinal, against said estate are
rrqoested to print them. dote autbentieeted fnr set
,dement. 00:0ROR MANNING.
4 DozEN mire of thnve cheep sod goad LINEN
COATS, this day received by
May 29. H. & A. CAMPBELL.
T OOK HERE sr. erns selling tbs best gni
.ILJ els of Molasses at nets per 'alien.
. simmer* M1N1.%
rIROCKERY & titA WARISit- Luis en* af•
irs4 roils by -10 Z .
A DNI I N ISTRATRICS NOTICE
A.lminiAtraters with The will annexed
Towanda. Aug. 9. 11351.
Warren. Oct. 17. IRS 1. , AdMin hangars
SICCITCWS very teekeles taw teams god
":`r '. -- '~dl , fit:=lat =- -
Pal l l and Vida Gods.
larAlbt - no« in Alegre kluge tiocit of Gonda from
Newitorli and ithermariats. which are offered
wholesale and retail. it t..e lowest possible primer.
V e mention a Teti thing that may always be found' at
oar Stow Prints, intshaule,psplins. &skis; doe.
of the latest styles; •
Orocense, Hardware. Croekawlrots and Shoes.
Hate. Capaelke. &e. Of which we have e lugs se.
sortatentr selected with great Mlle -sad awed at low
prices. and *in not he undersold. Alan. WNW,.
gloves. wooden were. glue; sole leather, betide a
thousand other ankh* which we need not encuserate.
all of which we offer fto our customers at prices that
must jive great satisfaction. as our entire Stock has
bran !sidle us time whim the market was not:amnion
ly demisted, and goods were many per sent. lower
than opus!. By attention and prompt:Am hi misting
the wants of our customer,. we hope to merit a con
tinuance. of the, patronage title has Mitten° been so
liberally bestowed upon a. MON TAN YES' if Co.
;Towanda, 0ci..11. 1851.
T. FOX, would respectfully inform his old frienii. •
Lis NW the cies-ns of Bradford in swim, shift he
is now receiving • full stock of FALL GOMA which
be is draiirsas of disposing of at o very small ashrams
from first awl; bring satisfied thathie goods are eski
ed with as much cam and bought at learg. at as Jow
Pril:B4a* him neittithorshe is now litigious tos convinee
his customers that they will be sold at the right kind of
Priem Piet* gill and see. as there is surely no harm
in knowing bow cheap some folks do nil goods—call
anon. Omer iii Main and Pine streets
Fall & Winter 'Goods.
Ts now twisivins lame assortment of Pilllllla Win.
J. tell Goods, area from New tort which is offered
et Greedy reduced prices to tub buyers.
Towande, Oct. 11, 1351.
The rbst Time of Arling&
ADIVPRCIR hewing lately been effected between
the present Register and Recorder of Ora,lfold
County, and tile office he now holds. to take Ps final
effect on the first day of December nest. It becomes
indispensehle that all debts due to the subscriber in
his official capacity should be immediately liquidated.
The parties interested in this notice will save them
selves trouble, and the Register Much personal annoy.
ance by !I prompt attention to its contents. The affiks
of the office must be settled immediately, and ;he state
sates remitted, and to enable him to accomplish Ibis
the parties in.!ebted to him meat pay et once.
" Oct. 6, [Bsl. limaTio tII.4CR. Recorder.
:IM Arrival of
LT P. ar. M. C. MERCER ire now receiving •
ILL• very extensive assortment of Goods for the Frill
trade, which will be sold at wholesale or retail cheaper
than at any other more in the County.
Towanda. Sept. 4, IRS'.
LATER FROM CUBA
Zbrecutten cf Iscpes !
STILL. later new, ins New Yojk & E. R. R. of the
arrival of a very large stork of Mere hantlize at
PHINNEY &RO Vir ANB No. 3 Brick Row which
they are prepared to sell at wholesale or retail tor 'aeh
or Wetly Pay, cheaper then the etterpe.a. from the tart
that they purchased their stock for cash in • very de.
premised obits of the market. Don't mistake the place.
No. 3 Brick Row next door to Dr. Huston... Drug storm'
STONS SUGAR, km overilred, at whnirmile and
• PHINNEY & BOWMAN.
QALT. w large Ins. also Iron. NOP; Hardware. 4 , e
and Mackerel in Mile.. 4 and I h!,l*, for sale tit
m)122 t'HINNEY & BOWMAN.:
in cif EsTs more of M.,re three end lour ohillinga
TEAS. et PHINNEY & BO WM %N.
gIiEETINGS, shirinty., sir;pre. aml ticks. for sale
16...) by PHINNEY & 130wMAN.
10001'S & SHOES. lho. largest and Cheatwat Inuant:.
meni iti toorn--arel fhb. and Cops, at whnki.alb
an' Waif!: PHINNEY & BOWMAN.
CROCKERY, °lmmolee. Paine. Oil,. Glide.. lhes,
dte. PHINNEY k 110WUK.V.
rigEziB GOOUgi s Into variety—Moloch, raid
.11 Shmla, a good szenrtment. fnr by
T WADER WANTED. go, PHINNEY & BOW.
M A'N'B, for which c*.h *ill he poi+l.
IV HEAT. Oats, Rye and Cam, taken in eitetnines
VI for goad*. PIHNINEY & BOWM
D irrit R-100 Fif k ins wanted, foe which pars cash
Di *III he guilt. PillitilEY it ItlnV MAN,
tops. Boobs and Shoes ; 0 erotea nevr style
H of Hats and Caps, Also a large rtork of mem,
Womeus end Cbildrene Bouts and %nes in., received
COME ONE. COME ALL and egarnine dm Nevi
Goods., which are now being ethit.ited et '
DOC D. KINGSBEIRY'A.
r. BUSHELS RtE & CORN fir ~a i e by
1 I Cfr Jut A. E. T. FOX.
COITEINS Rae air-ISTAM
assortment or RE A TIY-11 ADC COFFINS wilt
he kept ronatant'y on hand at Nye's , 'ld stand H n
Main Wert. where the ,utnteriber is *l.O prepared to
mike and r pair all kinds of Furniture.
Towen.li.iiily 12. 11451. C. WI:US.
BLASTING PO wurn. —5O kes• Mating Poe.
Ipr. by fIR MO:TA NT Es; &
CROCKER V.—Ttie largeet - erock in town. Full
dinner end tea it., of a him granite and blue
ware, which will be in. 1.1 cheap at Ft tX't.t.
V I IV E:lti one knows that the place to rota Ow bugNg.
ossottment copd best quvloy of gloves of wll cleat
rriptions is et aO=6 FOX'S.
901)0Z. Plinpmre, Leghorn, Palm Leaf •nd illurnha
•"11 24 " 400 Hat• s i t ap2B FOX'S.
B I:K Silk and MI Silk Lacs for ALIN rit.T.fitS at
i 5 ,26 FOX'S.
DRY O gomi asseniment of Medium*.
Cust)mereo. Du Laing, Alpacas, nrul print* dow
6 HD' D. of Sugar it mires tWeitivery les4 than any
before sold in town within one year. alio. kid's..
sea sweet and gaol limn St to 50 els. Rio. Litetrint
and Ohl Jars Coffee that cant he !Tat. Finn bunch
Raisins. Penner. Roes.. Saleratits, Ginger. and a Rea
oral aschrlment of erf , ceries ; aI.M a fu!l .:apply afresh
tie* Tess shimmied as ti.ual, flood and right or the
money itat riled in all eases ; jost received and for sale
at sea. 11.1, Ft 'IX'S,
IR mil Ribboun "JonaEl ' , into. Leimi and ne ni .. 4
On BALER 41F s110E:111:1(;, common end fine
In In-4 aide. A nice nswwfmr.nt nf(lresel)-
ed Genciv, bleached end I , r l nni I)ri:N.lCranb and ths-
PriY, brawn and timilfff.l4lll , ll.l..
Tiekinc, CAtt , •ll 17;ern„ . Butting, Wicuina and
Wedding, 64.1!ing,chesp okt.
StBROIDERTF,S, very ;' , lrgo rock or Swim. 'ma
Mtwlin Ingingd and Ittertintra. Swims and Mot.
tn Mud*. necalo wrought Collw4 end Cuirt.lng
wrought Linen lianainnvbiefs, an i in fact the litroin
and b o at aotanninein of grahroidared 0,1048 eepr hetnre
(offered in Towanda at
LLACK SILKS, also a few patterns of fang
which wilt he !inl.l ehrapat ?Writ.
P0(1T8 ar_BlioE1 4 . a food resortehint of Ladies.
'Cleats. Misr", qriliirsairand Infants fumes for
lob at • 4 • Fork
1/ 111er.t it von. staa3 pkiiat , " ' TOTS.
PHINNEV it fIdWIWAY
MUM MIMI* 0111LtVit•
Htflrld enteral into eeppartnovetlp p r aettee
of tail. bays else estsbhilreol en' itttkity;for tho
4,1* of reel emote in the enmity of Bradford. ?Pentone
having reel estate which thry &sive t• seg. bfr cant
mad leseitor a dereription of their property, whit` the
man!, if mak will undoubtedly trait to their Ohio
PRIORS &view of pse!cbasing ft* rosqll firkoM
etty is far rodom , 4 description of tto moo 110 : des
Peke Wei Wino of menet and be inforatid ac to the
validity of tide. 3. C. 'A
Towanda; !dry 1,1651. J. MAUFARLAMIL
DEN, MEDICINES, CHEMICAL
GROCERIES AND LIQUOR&
nrt;STON it WHITER halo
_port 'added to that
awmtWoiti a loge stank of Freob Nun.
clam Chemicals. Oils Paints. Groceries and Licitiors.
*kith are now o ff ered to the !Abbe at low :Ales.
Their Mock of FANCY GOODS & PF 117VMEST
is the largest and 0104 • complsla seat armed in this
Alen a choke asenthrrent of tut; WINES Ilk LI.
QUOREI. Imitable for "'edits! purposes.
A lame variety of Campbrim.Phospese. Floid.tud
and uil LAMPS. &refraining many neve and beautiful
Being agents ra all the lost Patent Media/set of So
day. purchasers uria depend upon procuring i ginoino
article in all eases.
All the Drup and Mcßae*. kept at their eseelalieb.
menu; may he rrlled upon n genuine and of the ben
quality. having been eitrefolty selected with a Brow to
ISuutb state of Ward Room. slut No.i. Bradt
Raw. Towanda, May 21, 18QI.
OTICE is hereby given that there have been 111.
ed and settled in the office of Register of Wills
in and for. the County of Bradford, sea:matt of ad.
ministminn upon the following estates /if t
Final amount of %melia Morey & tiro. B. Des.
ham, administrator of Northrop Morey deceased, lite
Final accountof Abaltailf Long, Along(' tong
and Horace F. Long, adminittrators uf-, Ezra Loot
deed" late of Troy.
Final areonni of A. W. Coburn Elltiliat of Pot.
ly Lee deed. tate of Warren.
Partial acc o u n t ormosea A,Ladd one of the Ds
eentors 'of Horatio Ladd dec d. late of Albany.
Final account ors. H. Wilann and Hannah Dim
on, administr..tor of Gilbert Dimon dec'd. late at
aceannt of Joseph Morey. administrator of
the eststeof Wm. Turner deed late of Warren:
Final account of Geo. W. Shattuck, administrator
of Wm. Crans. late of Troy.
Final account of N. J. ifeeler. admitdrtrator ar
Chad/pa Trinder dec'd. rate of
Final account of Solomon Ci uper. administrator
of the estate of Samuel Chase. late of Towanda bo.
Supplimentarr account of E. R. Myer Executes
of Wm. Myer deed late of Wyanx.
Final account of Alfred Gore. Administrator of
Sarah Gore. deed late of Sheshequin.
Final account of F.lam Bennett. Administrator
with the will annexed, of Eleter Norman. decd Imo
And the same will he presented to the Orphan's
roort of Bradford county. on Monday the Ist day of
December next, for confirmation and all wane..
. BLACK. Register.
netioeen Offiee. Towanda. November 1 1831.
New Chair and Bedstead Wareroam.
RESPECTFULLY informs the public that he bed
opened a shop at his new house. efirber of Maio
and Print, streets, nese! opposite Edriard Cherton'e.
-Towanda. when he will keep curhand of roirsufamote
to miler, Flort-rested, E.:ones*. Windsor. klneT. Can.
seated and Common CHAIRS, made of the best ow
terials, and of superlot dorshilitt.
He hes mso for tea en ossoitosont of Bauman,
at tow prices
Repairing and Beating Common, Cane-bettom and
Flea-stated Chairs, on reasonable terms.
Chetry. Beeetwood, Wbitewood and Cucember lam.
her taken in payment for work.
He trusts that his long acquantanere in thin county.
and the durability of hi= work a. tented by many yawls
esperience, will secure him n chore of pulOic Fauna.
elev. Towmata, March 1, 1A.51.
BOOTS Sc SHOES!
Sohn W. 1 27ileofr,
.A 8 removed his eststdi.hment to H. Mies store,
corner of main street and the public square, and
will continue the manufacture of ;toots and Stow, wa
He has just received from New York a large same"
ment of Women's, Children's (rid Misses' Shoes, which
are offered si taw prices. The atierition of the Ladies
is rtricularly directed to his assortment. comprising
the following new daytee.......Eneonri/vd - leany /Andrei
ter hoots; do. shoes ; black lasting and silk gaiters
walking shoes. huskins.dtc. Hisses' gaiters and shoes.
of every de cription. A large apartment of Childzen'e
fancy gaiters. daunts and shoes, of all kinds.
For the Gentlemen. almost every style of gaiters and
shoes. This stork ha* been personally selected with
care, and he believes he can offer superior articles at:
(f 37 The strictest attention paid to Maettfactuetng.
and he hors Mt doing work well to merit a cantina
sire of thr literal patmosge he has hitherto received.
Mxio 8. IWO,
ICH rot:LA III), Chameleon Chene, Bl'k Dreesß
etints, French and Barer& DeLapel , , a new article
for sun.met dresses. • French and English Lawns, Sint
Tissues. Lumen Lustre' and any quantiiy of other drops
trmui: sr FOX'S.
Farm for Sale.
THE subscriber utters for sale his Farm @masted in
Wyvor township Bradford cooly. about 2" miles
from Towandi and Itj from the river. Containing
shout 120- ecie...attuut 65 or lo ac er, improved. anti
well watered. at•h several good mitringenf water.. The
t.toldinge upon the farm consist of a large frame Earn,
and hag hour.. There premise* offer many inducements
to those wshissir so purchase, and will be sold at a hat
ca in. Credit will 1w Rivets tor, ',Rt.-half of the purchase
money rrgnirea. For further 'Articular* enquire of,
nr address the ruhseritter at Wysor P. O.
AVvisoa. An:. 16, lest. WM. U. ISTROPF.
All Right at the lundshing Vepot
Ar A. (Lit return their memo thanks
.L • forlhet Hilo al pitronage heretofore teistoseed.
stol would again call attention of their Mende 14 caw
totwet• to -- Ihrir late . arrival of NEW Elvento Otiose.
C0114'1140 of all things necessary for elothitug:the out
er man 'Allah will be sold At *Rae 109Illptitesthan
has Itithertofore been *eked.
Pease l i the tab a call lx:fara putcha4mgelpewhave.
Great ilargida I
The undersigned. tititi seli on reasons.
terms, the Tavern House and onec rs: 1.! hundred acres of eicellent farming
land.,otuaied in the Village of Rum
Bradfoid County, Pa. The location of the house
commands a tine business, and orers ereat induce.
men's . lei any per.on desinoo. of keeping a Poblos
linnice.-in connexion witn Farming &e.
tor terms aPl.ly, to the suh.criner at Rome.
Act. 4 BS!. JOHAI PA -SNORE
AV NESE ‘B, my wife CYNTHIA:MARGARET.
VI. has this day left my be‘l amt board, without
jtist cause or provocation. this iu to turbid ail
Iseithm harborint nr trit.ting her on my scenunt. as
I •hall pay no debts of her contrartine Ow. this
d.te. • JAMES NELSON.
Towanda. Oct. 30, 185 1. . .
1011 ARD WARE.--A very largo and general assort
-1.1 twit of hirlArare of elryfy Ileseyiptionantluding
Cop/num.., „Tni wiV'enel 81seltamither6,111,
Cerillgv Mast% Tileminittna
Matevistis &e,.. caosilmolity-a WA till fa We et very
I•kw rAdr• „ - ' 114 Rerlrf:,
CAT. —A yuirstitra %It sew ereiwiesm -
k_.? ties. T. 031 15 f: •