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ti VI Traci •
. an s & Stony*
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lbullock a i ( 115
8 Tack .
o r e y & r ntc r
41irtin S ar
to Hu bbard
Harrel & Leonard
D Ballard •
1, VVC Herrick
ow&DF Pomeroy Co (liquor)
&Om. & Hopkins do
c g Spencer &Co (domestic)
s W Paine .00e - do
fl 8 & M C Merctir
Montanyes & Co
jos i p h Kingsbury
'0 D Bartlett
pt un ney & Bowman
Tracy & Moore
Packer I Bennet
.1 M Reed
Stephen Felt l on en & & Co
Bailey & NeVellS
Hall & Russel
& A Campbell
W A Chamberlain
A Al Warner
Geo 11 Bunting
Rockwell & Co
Peckham & Mather
Gay Tracy • -
W H Russel
Wheelock & Holleobacl6
W A Welles
Ehsha Lewis •
Cra m s Avery
T E &I E Piollet
A list indiclassi6eation:oftleer houses, Eating hou
ses. 4e., under the Act of Assembly of the 10th
Apnl 1849 entitled an Act to create a slaking fund
&e, for the County of Bradford'for the year 1852.
Athens tp—Thomas Cooper 8 5 00
Athens horo—H J Carmer 8 8 00
George Merrell 'I 6 00
Burlington—Vosburg & Miller 8 $ 00
Smithfield—Marcos B Gerould 8 5 00
Towanda born—George Estell 8 6 00
Reed Smalley 8 s'oo
line 8 Post 8 5 00
Miles Carter 8 6 00
Isaac Post 8 6 00
Troy bolo—D Dobbins 8 6 00
Charles Drake 8 5 00
T B Borelen 8 6 110
Ulster-I)mile' Harkins 8 6 00
A list and classification of the different Distilleries
in Bradford County as directed by the act of As
sembly of April 10 , sBl9
Bpnagfield—Wilnam Brace 10 5 00
lthestoquio-43 Newell Co 10 11 00
Sanding Stone—James Gorden - 10 5 00
Troy—John E Goodrich to 5 00
A list and elassideatinh of the persons engaged in
the nale ofNostrums, Patent Medicines, ate., to the
County of Bradford, under the act of Assembly
of the 16th of April 1849
Athens boro—C H Herrihk 4 5 00
Geo H Perkins 4 6 00
Canton—F Hall & Co 4 5 00
Leroy—Parkhurst & Samuels 4 6 00
?lie D Batley & Son 4 5 00
Rome—J Holcomb 4 5 00
Toiandaboro—H C Porter 4 6 00
J Al Reed 4 500
Troy boro—F I, Ballard 4 b 00
Charles Drake 4 5 00
Eli Baird 4 5-00
Notice is hereby given, that an appeal Will be
held at the Commissioners office, in the boro of To
wanda on the ISth day of .luiy next, at which time
end place, any person ag grieved by the foregoing
elauitications can attend if they think proper.
H. C. BAIRD
Towanda May 1, 18b2. Mercantile Appraiser.
Farmers, look to your own interests !
THE undersigned respectffilly enflame, e that
they still continue the manufacturing business
n their old stead in Monroe, one mile above Mon-
Ratan on the Canton road, where they are prepar
ed to accommodate all who may favor them with a
cell. with anything in their lint, from the carding of
a Pound of wool, to the manufacturing of any.qual
Cloth, Manuel or Clasilin - bp%
on short notice. Having understood that wool buy
er—travelling the county—have often sold their
Cloth as of our make, we wish it distinctly under
stood that we have no one peddling oar cloth for
' 031 ; neither shall we allow any one to do so, be
llying that this is only a tax upon the Farmer, and
practice of which unprincipled dealers take ad
'wage to cheat the inexperienced buyers ; therefore
of persons wishing to exchange their Wool for
oar Cloth, can only do so by calling at oar factory
*here we will give them as good bargains as they
sa w get this side of New York.
will warrant our cloth to be made of good
wool and not composed of filth-a-1n short made for
service, and not merely for sale. Call and try us,
and we flatter ourselves that 'o'e shall' 6e able to
WWI you of the correctness of the above state
N . ll -4hrtse having unsettled accounts with us
Till confer a favor by calling and settling the same
I tamedtately either by note or other Wise.
• Monroe. May 19, 1962, 'J. INGHAM & SON.
For Sale. •
S E VEN THOUSAND ACRES OP LAND In Wy•
outing County; heavy timbered with White and
yelp' Pine, Hemlock, Chestnut and other kinds
tit timber suitable for lumbering. The land is4lW well
adopted for grazing , after the timber is eut oft .A
Nal title given. None of the above land is more
;in leo miles from the Sosquehanna River` and
onh Branch Canal. and will be sold in large or
pall quantities to suit purchasers. Terms easy.
.-.or farther particulars address ELMIRA FOR
siegr. Attorney at Law, Allentown Pa. •
...Alemovn, May 18, 1852. E. FORREST.
Selling off at Cost ! _
THE subscriber .if sell the balance of his stock
uf Goods, at CO S T, for cash.
T "teds,May I, MIL B. T. I'OX.
10 • i
CHIMIEnzuk 241070.11,111, &a.
STORE in the south end of the Ward House, well
known u the largest. cheapest and moat extensive
assortment west of the city. Particular attention will
be given to any or all who may wish to call, either to
examine or purchase, and any medical information
will be cheerfully and i grcduiteue4y given to those who
who wish totonxelt concerning themselves or friends.
Continuos, sapidies of fresh and recenlfy prepared ar
ticles are• 'Weekly arrkvingy bailing been cereltilly se.
lected with a view to their Iseefulness, and any article
wanted not usually kept, either will be loud here, or
procured at the shortest notice by Express, for those
leaving their order. Accommodating clerkii always
will be _early to safely compound any prescription:and
endeavor to_malte n (whatever the purchase) mutually
agreeable. All goods shall be considered warranted
as represented, and being Agent for the best and pop
ular Patent Medicines, all, those found in this store
can be relied upon, in all cases, as being genuine. The
stock now comprises every article in the trade, among
which may be found the following:
Druts k d Medicines.
Acetic asafoetida squill
Citric arable valerian
Nitric camphor senekor
Modelle copal , sarsaparilla
Aqua intim bop Bintlei etc
Tartaric etc myrrh magnesia
pursue. shelter sulphur
trajicunth etc. brimstone
sun s Lunt evs.
. mania soap
totter or annatte
Sugar, Coffee and Tea of all kinds, molasses, spice,
pepper. cloves, mustard, nutmeg, mace, fish, ruins,
citrons, currants, salad oil, cocoa, chocolate, soda,
butter crackers, rice, starch, ginger, utensil's, white
and bar soap, sperm and tallow candles, jugs, bottles,
pipes, pepper sauce ate.
10 50 .
Cognise, Otard and American Brandy, St. Croix.
Old Jamaica and New England Rum, pure Holland
and Am. Gin, Irish and Monongahela Whiskey, Ma.
dei.a Lisbon, Sherry, Teneriffe Port, Muscat, Claret
and Champaign , Wines—Cordials, Rose, Amour Mo.
kee, Noyeau etc., cheaper than ever offered.
Soaps, Perfumery and Fancy Goods.
Shaving cream, military, windsor, medicated, sand,
musk, altnond, palm, french, toilet, rose, and transpa
rent soaps. Lubin.% Pren ch, and Wrights extracts of
jockey club, patchoully. bog, de caroline, musk, mills
dears, verbener, heliotrope, sweet brier, geranium,
spring flowers, west end and new mown hay dfc.—
Cachous, cologne, bay and rose waters. Lilly white,
spar k i s h pearl powder, route hair, dyes, hair invigora
tors, hair ergo-lemurs, hair oil, pomades, court plaster,
perfume sachets, playing cards, pencil points, steel
pens, fish hooks, drawing pencils, percussion cops, red
black, and indelible inks, combs, purses. pocket books,
port monais, wafers, pocket mirrors napkin rings and
travelling companions &c.
Hair, hats stove, scrub, Aloe, paint, marking, varnish
sash, artist camel's hair. stiping blender's and badger's
whitewash. counter, flesh, tooth, nail comb broom cloth
infant, lather, table, horse and blacking brushes.
Tobacco and snuff boxes, nipple shells, nursing bot
tles, breast pumps r teeth rings bed pans, syringes, shoul
der braces, trusses, supporters. pessaries, catheters,cup.
ing glasses, graduates, mortars, spatula, forceps lancets
thermometers, liquid sod spread adhesive plasters, &c.
Paints and Dye Stun.
Nic. red, cam and log wood, rustic, lee dye, codbear
red 'sunders, madder. alum, copperas, blue vitriol, sot.
tin, composition chemic oil, vitriol, °alio and all the
acids, grain tin, pumice and rotten stone, American &
Chinese vermillion, Spanish brown, American & Eng
and,Venetian verdigris, -Paris green, white, black and
red lead, chrome yellow and green, japan, coach and
copal varnish, lampblack, lithargs, putty, whiting ochre
spirits turpentine, linseed oil, rosin, chalk, umber, sien
na, gold leaf, bronze, &c.
French Glass 24-30, 22.30, 20-30, 20.24, 22-24,14-
18, 12-20, 12-18, 12-16, 10-14, 10-12, 6-10; 7.9,
sots AGZIrt rue
Dr. Jaynes' Alterative Expectorant, Sanative &c.
Pitches tapectorant, tonic humor corrector, iSrc.
Merchant's Gargling Oil for horses, 4rc.
Swaynee medicines, wild cherry. 4.c.
Brant's Pulmonary Balsam and Extract, etc.
Houghton's Pepsin or Gastric juice for dyspepsia.
Osgood's Indian Cholagogne, for fever and ague.
litcarpa's Acoustic oil for Deafness.
S. P. Townie' d's Sarsaparilla.
Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup.
Dr. Keeler's Family medicines.
Hutching's Dyspepsia Bitters.
Hoofland's German Bitters, for Dyspepsia and Debility.
Brown's Essence Jamaica Ginger.
Dnboy's Rat and Mice Exterminator.
Also agent for "Herrick's medicines, plasters, etc., An•
drew's and Davis' Pain Killer, Graefenberg medi
cines, Pale Elcctuaries etc., salt 'hewn, teller, ring
worm, spavin and founder ointments, etc.; tooth
cordial, plasters, poor man's salves, eye water*, lini
ments, evasive soap, bed bug poison. Hobensack's
and Clark's Worm syrup, Christie's palvanio cura
tives, Moffat's Phoenix Bitters, Trask's magnetic,
Sloan's, Dailey's, and McAllister's Ointments, Dn.
low's Heave Powder, Condition Powder; &c.: Alt
the numerous kinds of Pills.
Phosgene, superior Bunking Acid, Camphene,whale,
lard and sperm oil ; new and beatitiful patterns of fluid
lamps now being opened : Campbent, side and hang
ing lamps for ball and store use, girandoles, etc.
Cavendish, James, Natbral leaf, Turkish searfahitti,
John Andersoill's fine cut, Bogg'sJenny Lind chewing,
etc.; choice brands, pure Havana Cigars, etc. etc.
All of which will be sold at unusually low tates.—.
Remember that Dr. Porter's Cheep Drug and_Chemi.
cal Store is in the south end of the Ward HMtse, t few ,
doors strove the-Ward House.
H. C. PORTER, M. D.' -
Towanda. Jima 4, 1652.
DR. 11. C. PORTER,
Wholank and Retail Dealer in
cod liver etc
uva and etc
THE only complete assortment of4aper Hang
1 ings kept in this region for sale at „the vert
owest rates by 0. D. BAIMLIITTk.
81.111711,-.100 Firkins wand. for Iva& pit ail,
will be gaid. ?MONEY & BOWMAN.
W il da, until 12 Thursday the
10th day of June 1852 for the completion of the M.
lowing work on the North Branch Penn. Canatito
wit : sections No. 3, 10, . 22,10, and Tow Path ,
Bridge s 38 & Lock, 52 dr. Culvert, 23, 82, 110, 111. 1
112 and DM t and for Guard Gates on sections 30
and 117. Proposals mast contain names in full of;
all partnerships or, firma, designating nearest Post
Office. By order of the Board of Canal Commis-
Superintendent N. B. Canal.
To Wanda May 24 4 1852.
Ready Made Clothing !
S. & Ateli=ll26lol, & CO.
FROM Elmira N. Y., have just arrived in To•
wanda, with one of the largest and most, com
plete sesonment of clothing ever offered in this sec
tion of the country. They are wianbracrered by
Themselves exclusively, sit rates which will ma►e it
an object for the public to buy. Their goods are
made and trimmed in the latest styles and from su
perior cloth and will be sold for owe price abd for
Give us a call and if we do not satisfy the public
of our ability to make good our promises. we shall
not ask their patronage. Customers can be fitted
with whole suits by leaving their measures at our
store at the shortest notice.
Locarross.—Next door south of Mercer's Main
st. Towanda ; and No. 7 Water et. Arnouts Ha%
Elmira; and under A. C. Porters Hotel, Tioga Vill
age, Tioga Co. Pa.
Towanda May 29th 11151,
NEW STORE AND
.NEW GOODS !
FHE subscriber would respectfully invite the atu
tent ion of the public, and Cash buyers gener
ally, to the large and desirable stock of
Staple and limey Dry Goode,
which he is now receiving aad 'opening for site at
the Old Stand of Thomas Elliott,one door south of
the " Ward House." He intends to keep on hair
nearly every article adapted to the wants of the
country trade, and will be constantly receiving such
additions to his stock as will at once render his as
sortment desirable and complete.
The patronage of the public is respectfully solidi
ted. JOSEPH POWELL.
Towanda, May 19. 1552.
TADIEB Dress Goods—an assortment of Lawnsb
14 poplins, bareges, de lains, Mouslin de taints
chambrays, gingbams, etc. at
May 19 Y. POWEL*B.
ALarge stock ofMerrimae, blue and orange moor
sing and furnitnre Prints, for sale at
May 19 1. POWEL'S.
BROWN and bleached Shee lags and ehirtings
and ati other articles of Dry Goods, a large stock
at May 1. J. PO WEL'S.
Large lot of beautiful bonnets, parasols, rib
bons, fins, gloves and boisery at
May 19 i. POWEVIE4
BOOTS and Shoes—The largest and beet lot of
Boots and shoes in town just received by
May 19 J. POWELL
1011AINTS, oils, glass, nails, door trimmings etc.,
1 for sale by May 19 .1. POWELL.
TEA: Coffee, Sugar, of all kinds and prices,Mo.
lasses syrup, etc. fur sale by
May 19 1. POWELL.
CODFISH and Mackerel—a fresh supply just re
ceived_ at May 19 J. POWELL'S.
DORK and Floor—a quantity of Pork and Flour:
1 just received and for sale by
May 27 .I. PO WELL.
Attention Regiment 1
MAKE READY! TAKE AIM! FIRE!!
JOHN E. GEIGER, would say to his old friends and
the public at large, that he has constantly on band
and manufacturing Rifles and Shot Guns ,&r.,
Among his assortment of Guns maS , be found Double
and' single barrelled lions, Rifles of all kiwis wombat...L.
Powder Fluke, Shot P3uches, Game Begs, Cap
Primes.. Also. Powder, Shot, Caps of the best 90.14
ty. sir barrelled Revolving Pistol., do single
barrelled self-cocking Pistols, Rifle Pistols, double bb'l
Pistols and common steel and brass Pistols.
F G., F. F. G., F. F. F. 0. 4, Powder in Cans COD
dandy oil hand.
Any of the above articles will be sotd awful cheap
for the Ready Pay.
Keys of any kind flue d to Doors, Trunks or any
other kind of lairs on shot notice and reasonable tempi.
Repairing done with neatness and despatch. Shop •
few rods north of the Bradford House.
Towanda, May 22, 1852. J. E. GEIGER:
TAE copartnership heretofore existing between
Josiah Fmaciseci and N. C. Tomkins, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. The booki, notes
and accounts will be found at the shop, where one
or the other of the parties may always be found
ready to attend to any person wishing to settle up.
We would here remark, that persona indebted to us
will find it to their advantage to call and settle their
accounts withontdelay. JOSIAH FRANCISCO.
N. C. TOHKIISIS.
Towanda, May 20,1852.
MILES SILL, files the following description of
one platform of BOARDS taken upon the 17th
day of March 11352. afloat. About four thousand feet
of white pine boards, mostly sixteen feet long, a few
fourteen feet long, all marked with Red Chalk with
figures, and a list of the same is filed on my docket.
Duren, May 19,11151. Sr S. BRADILY, J. P.
LATER FROM CUBA
lineation of Lopez!
STILL Isar news via New Yetfr.& E. R. R. of the
arrival of a very large stock of Merchandits at
PHINNEY & BO WMANS No. 3 Brick Row which
they are preparditto sell at wholesale or retail for Cub
or Ready Payeetisuitkr than the cheapest) Dom the tact
that they purchased their stock for cash in a very de.
pressed state of the motet. Don't mistake the place,
No. 3 Brick Row next door to Dr. flostons.Dmg store.
TONS SUGAR, just received, at vrbolesala and
retail. PHINNEY & BOWMAN.
SALT, a large lot, also Iron, Nails. Hardware, &e.;
and Mackond in bbls., tend * bble. for tab bf
man PHINNEY & BOWMAN.
0 CHESTS more of those three and four abilliap
TEAS at PHINNEY & BOWMAN.
QlbEyE' T ,
, &Wi PH N w N i Y
BOOTH & 800E8, die largest and cheapest assort&
rnentin'tnind Hata and Caps, at whale's!'
silks PHOINEY at BOWMAN.
("MOCKERY, Olasswate. Paints, Oils. Mass. Dies,
kJ PHINNBE & BOWMAN.
nitEss GOODS, a tarp variOr—Bonoes and
1.1. Shawl's; a good auseitaient. for oda bf
ierin • PHINNEY & BOWMAN.
LUMBER WANTEDowt PHINNET de-BOW
MAWS, Ow which cash will b. per:
• WOO* to Settlers ois Moto tat W
rrEgkanderiiped. toiiikising bout of atiprais. -
-1: to OM* all Ural width - Tin
charm uonti is - dais to the COMMOnwerldt'ofno.,
would r e he Oirepoihn lo iiho may • have in
dude posseisida State linds . „lliat the - Act of-1835;
establishing said hoard, Was istendikby tfite lut
Legislator for oat year Daly. , The who Wish. io
avail themselves of the-benelfts,of yisol Apprida.
meat. will be waited upon -by railing on fithir of
the Commissioners by letter or otherwise, , or ,11
conferring with E. M. PARRAR. Commissioner's
• • A.o. SMITH,
b B. COTTON.
ircitrattla, to; itbs. Commissioners:
SEALED proposals win be received at the Cow
missioners office, until o'clock A. X, on Sat
urday, June 13, 1852, for building a Bridge across
the Wysux creek, near Mrs Allen's is Rome Town-
ship, 82 feet spas , . Plans and speefiltitions can be
seen at the Commissioners office after AM first day
of Jane. By order of the Commixidoners.
Towanda, May 19,1852. E. M:IPARRAR,LTY.
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS.'
THE undersigned has waived a large, and
1 choice - selection of NEW GOODS, bought
under the slat favotable Circuttatatiees, abd for
sale as low Ti* Cash Os tett be bought elsewhere,
and lower than any braggadocia can or will sell.
• May 5,1052. ). BARTLETT.
STONE WARE-14 fine assortment, sellinglor
co_, at • FOXIL
Drug store, Na a Brio% Dhow.
num mammas ii, Draw LAWS.
TE subscriber having purchased and refur
nished the stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES &c.,
in No. 2 Brick Row, which now makes it a choice
and well selected assortment of Drug and Media
nines for family use, at wholesale and retail, which
he cheerfolly,retommends to the public,and craves
a share of public patronage.
The Goods will be sold as.theap or eleaper than
any other establishment West of New York for casks
and cash en 4.
Here yon Will fine sanfted a few leading articles:
Senna Alex, Fosgate's Cordial
do Intlik Ells Opi
Cream Tartar Hay's Linintent,
Sop C Soda s Hair Dye
Manna, li r Harlem Oil
Magnesia Catc'd Ointment, Trash
do Carb, do Dalley's
do 8 8 do McAllesOr
do Henry's Shakers Herbs
Coloeynth do Extracts
do Apple Tilden's Alcoeollc Ex't
Cochineal Rhei Extract
Trusses Hulls latap Extract
do Marshes. Meakim's Vanilla flx't
io Shaker, do Lemon do
Balsam Wisters do Mace do
do Cheesinaus do Almond do
do Fir do Cloves
do Copabia do Allspice do
do Tolu do Nutmegs do
do Pero do Peach do
do Pulmonary do Ginger do
do Sulphlir do Cinnamon do
Acid Tartaric do Orange do
do Acetic do Tonka do
do Benzonic Luhin's Springflower
do Citric do Musk do
du Nitric do V iolette •do
do Oxalic do Magnolia do
do Hy drocyanc do Sweet Bri'r do
do Sulphuric do Jesmin do
Oil Linseed do Jock'y Cl'b do
do Sperm do Caroline do
do Olives do Jenny Lind do
do Castor do Boquet do
do Neatafoot Syringe, Pewter as'm'at
do Almonds do Glass do
do Amber Beet " Nursing Route% Glass
do Amber Red do do G. E.
do Anisi Rad Rhei Turk
do Caraway do do E. I.
do Croton do Ipecac
do Cubebs do Jalap
do Cummin do Ginger White
do Fennel, do Orris
do Lemon Gum Camphor
do Cassia do_ Opi Turk
do Cod Liver do Myrrh Turk
do Lavandula 0 do Arabic do
do Neroli do Copal
do Jesmin do Aloes Soet
do Nutmeg do Aloes Cape
do Orange Chloride Lime
do Rhodium do Soda
do Rose Castor Russ
do Cedrat Isinglass do
do Copabia Evens' Lancets
do Ergot Nitre Silver, Op't
do Verbena Oxid Bigot:4h
do Viotene Blue Pilt * mer.
do Mellesse ride Potass
do Mellefluer Tart do
do Patchouly Carb do
Brushes, Paint Sulph do
do Varnish " 5-. loaustie do
do Hair Citrate Ferri
do Hair,Camel lodide do
do Nail Tannin
do Tooth IProto lod Mercury
do Shaving St ryclin ia
do Flesh Piperin
do Cloth Elaierium
do Hat lodine
Soap. Yankee Veratrin
do Crystalline Kreosote
do Eng. Wind Loves Hydra Cum Creta
do Coopers Morphia; Sulph
do Rose do 'Act
do Victor* Calomel, American-
do Orange do English,
do Tooth Precipitate Red
do Erosive do White
do Castile Sulph Zuni
do Military Bronze, Crimson
do Sevin do Pale Gold
do Brown do Dark do
FricOpherons do White
Pain Killer Gold Leaf, Op't
Ayers Cherry Pectoral China Vermilion , -
Oxygenated Bitters ,America do
Stoughton Bitters Prussian Blue
Chloroform Fig do
Hoffman's Anodyne Venitfati Red, English
Together with Paints, Turpentine; Varnish, Dye.
Woods & DyeStdffs, Glass, Putty, choice Groceries,
pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal purpoaes.—
Also, Cigars of the best brand ; and all attieles con
nected with the trade.
. - -
Having secured the services of bn & Burros,
whr keeps his office at this store, and will give me
dical advice gratis to people, they paying for the
medicines only. Physicians pan rely upon having
their prescriptions carefully compottnded anti put
op. The stock has been selected with great care,
and the goods will be Warranted as represented.
MI of Dr. D. Jaynes' medicines. AyresCherry Pee.
tonal, sehencks Pulmonie Syrup of Yellow Dock
Root, Orrick's, Hobensacks, and Jaynes' Vennituge.
Together with all of the most popular Patent medicines
now in.nis constantly on and for sale et
is M. REED, No. t Brick-Row.
Towanda, May 14, 13526
WHEAT. Oats, Rye And Corn, taken in evehenne
W for goods. PHINNEY & BOWMAN.
TIDY GOODS—A good aawatment of Meriftees,
A./ Coalmen:m.lU LOAN; Alpaca; and prim now
- boning at jlb INERCUR'S.
20 BALES OF SHEETING, common and fine
w 104 wide. A nice 'moment or Bleach
ed Goods, Meachtd and known Dritla,tenuda and Drs
pery, brown and bleaehallablolfinnoni Cheeks, Lin
aoya:Teeklng, Cotten Yap, BiSfroltoWitting tad
%Mint, aging cheap et rOrs.
ONE ORE, COKE ALL. and cumin. sb. Ns*
,(Ligak.whlelt &teak* betel exhibited at,
• --- 'lll4ll. , , , IVEINGSBERa.
aroulterwrigetwAsi *Wit; at.
UV ore invi quatile; and realm! at. :
Ckt :l4)1861. INBRCITWIL
Fall tin& Wintii Goode.
trAn mom si large stock et Goods (fors
Ne)r-Yodt end 'edit markets, which are Offered
Wholesale turd "retail. er Lao loWest possible itrices.—
Ire mentions few things that may always be found at
oar &ova ginglwaists , poplina,lB. dlsinesi (re.
of 1 4101b0.41•11 - , •
. Gmeeries, r.irootery, oots and Shear,
Moil Caps; din dec., 151( which we have large as.
'sorunent r - selected *Mk:greet care and offered at low
priori, and 1 . 1 % 1 , tlndersold; imsiny.
gloves, wooden ware, OM& ,sole locales 4 411 •• a
thousand other . 'widest whAth we peed not ism:meats.
all of which we Oiler ftei customers st pricvi'that
must give great satisfsetzott se eel entire Block has
been laid in it a time, when the market was uncoesiton
ly depressed, and' goods were many pei cent. lower
that/ usual. By atteation and prompt:Ass in mei)tivg
the wantt of our customers, we hope to meats Car.
tinusnes of the patronage that has hitherto been st
liberally bestowed upon es., SONTANYEd'A Co.
Towanda, Oct. 11. 1851.
TitEttiarither'sbip heretofore existing between the
subscribers ender theilrin of F.S.Av ass & E.B.
Ttrret.s, is ibis day. by mutual consent. dissolved.
All debts due the km are to be paid to F. S. Asses,
who will abto pay all the liabilities of said Rm.
E. B. TUTTLE.'
Stnitbtleld April29th, 185. F. B. AYERS.
- Land Warrant!.
LAVID WARRANTS, -issued under the act of
1851, bought b
April 24th, 1852. LAP3RTE. MASON & Co.
NEW SPRING GOODS
T H s t e su a b s sc so r n iber
n i t s
1;3 in t zt s mo ri
GOODS that can be found in This section of country.
Towanda. April 30. JOB. KINIMEIBERY.
ALL persons having unsettled accounts with the
subscribers, are requested to call immediately,
and arrange them either by note or payment. And
all notes that are over due, must be paid
ToWanda, April 6, 1852. ,
H. 8. & C. IdEIICUIt.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of WILLIAM
BON EN. deed, late of Warren township. are
hereby requested to make payment without delay.
and all persons having demands against said estate
are requesied to present them, duly authenticated for
settlement. JAMES M. BOWEN; Executor.
Warren. Match 25, 1852.
Agnin lt 11 11 21 9
Comer of Front and Walnut strati,
italgzet miss, Proprietor.
QLumbermen and others visiting Columbia-, ate
requested to pay the Washington Hotel a visit, where
they may be assured no exertions will be spared
tor their gratification. March 2%, ten.
it WE STOP THE PRESS i "
TO announce the arrival of a nett , and splendid
Spring and Bummer Goods,
from New York & Philadelphia. They were bought
for cash at unusually low prices, and will be sold
10 per cent. cheaper for cash, than at any other es
tablishment in this place or the county.
Apl 10 BURTON KINGSBERY.
DRESS GOODS—in variety, from India silks, to
S cent Calicos. Also the latest style of Dress
Trimmings, at ap1:0 B. KINGSDERY'S.
SPORE looking elsewhere, it would be well for
Ladies to look at the . Spring Bonnets, Artificial
Flowers and Ribboas, *bleb are sold so very cheap.
April 9 B. KINGBBER*
CAPS, HATS, BOOTS 4 SHOES—a large as
sortment, sold vety cheap for cash. by
April . 9 B. KINOSSERY.
CROCKERY.—The largest stock in town. Ful
dinnet and tea setts, of white granite and blue
ware, which will be sold cheap at FOX'S.
ROCEillgB.= The quality and prices of Teas
Sugars and Coffee, always speak for them-
selves, at apllo B. ‘UNCISBERY'S.
ACKEREL.--,50 halt barrels. and 25 coarter
ILL barrels, at . B. KINGSBERY'S.
20 QUINTALS CODFISH—They are worth
lookirig at, if not buying, for sale by
April 10. 11. KINUMBERY.
viESS PORK !—.50 bbls. Prime, for which a WA,
M. price was paid,and ror which a high price will
be asked, bq apllo B. KINGSBERY.
A CHANCE FOR BARGAINS! .
THE subscriber, haYing concluded to close up his
business, offers for sale the balance of his stock
of Goods at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES for
f r etsons wishing to avail themselves of this
opportunity for getting Goods cheap, will Hod it to
their advantage to call soon. And he would also
request all who have accounts on his books to close
the same immediately, either by payment or by nate.
April L 185 - 2. - E. T. FOR.
Catawissa and Towanda Railroad.
NO f ICE is hereby given to persons interested in
said Railroad. that the Commissioners appoin
ted by the act of incorporation will hold their first
meeting at LAPORTE, in Sullivan co., oh TUES
DAY, the 25th day of MAY next, for me purpose of
opening books and receiving subscriptions to the
stock of said Railroad. The following are the Com
missioners : Thomas S. Fernon, Wm. Colley, Geo.
Sanderson. H. A. Mutilenberg, J. Y. James, N. H.
Burrows, 8. FL Gillingham, Sane( Megargee, Mark
8. Mange, W. B. Clymer, 0. A. Nicoll', John To;k
er, M. S. Richards, C. R. Paxton, Joseph Paxton, C.
R. Buckalew, M. E. Jackson, Emanuel Lazarus, J.
Masters, L. B. Rupert, 1. F. Cowan, C. D. Eldred,
Oliver Watson, Michael Meylert, James Taylor, W.
A. Mason, Lewis 2aner, A. J. Dietrick. Josiah Jack
son, Rollin Wilcox, G. F. Mason, C. L. Ward. Ed,
Overton, John Laporte, Wm. Elwell. B. S. Russell,
David Wilmot, A. McKean. Henry Gibbs, Charles
P. Weßradt.. David Landis, John Heller. Daniel
Herr, (Pequa.) May 8, 1852.
Platt FlSH!—Mackerel by the bbl_ half and qr
bbl., and pound. Also a choite quality of Cod
fish this day received and rdr sale by
-Match IC MERCIIR'S,
LOOKING GLASS PLATES cat and fitted for
any size, to be had at the Jewelry Ntore
May lb, 1852. , W. A. CH ASIBERLIN.
Cloves Seed (or Salk
eqsu. CLOVER SEED, a first-rate article
tJU for sale by E. W. HALE.
Monroe tp., rehroary 21i 1851.
Elpresi t Direct from the Manufacturer:
JUST received by espress another case of Nay
State Shawls, splend id styles, at
Towanda, Nov. 28,1851- J. KINGSBERT,
' EXECUTOR% NOTICE.
ALL personsihdebted to the estate of WILLIAM
LURCOCK, late of Litchfield township dec'd,
are hereby notified to make payment without de
lay ; and all persons having demands against said
estate will present thus properly attested for settle
Litch eld, April 17,1852, . •Estonian
AComplete i4Boruxi eat of School, Blank; Mimi
cal & Miscellaneous Books, eonsuunty kep,up
anit foe sale al the lowest rates by.
Nov. ph Issl. 0. D. "nAirrimrr.
ry CHESTS YOUNG HYSON, iropiriaialyrno
Skin and Black Teas. Also 1A ,Bstsßico aid
/eve Ceires, just received at HISHEUR'S.
dal b sgi,zenc•.
inrta:e 'o[alwrit of.Tesr. Vend.Espo.. issued
00101'14e' Court of 'Common "Pleas of Ticogn
Illionty.`end to no "direeted, will. be exposed to
Public sale; at the Cotrt Howls in The boro' of To
wanda, On Baturday,the 22d day of May, et 1 o'clock
P. M., - tbe foll.wing piece or parcel Gilead situated
10 Granvitle teirkship. Bradford Co., bounded and
described as follows, to wilt on the north* lands
of-etre Osster: *tribe ettd by Janda of -Untgas
and John Astable, on- - the south ,by lands of Jobs
Vroman, on the west by lands, of Elisha
Contain i ithatt-7B acres. about BO acres improved,
with one small framed house, twettams barns, sad
a small apple orchard thereon.
Seized of taken in execution at die s tuit of WWI
Beach irs:t Bitter Stud Nathan Baxter. •
Shenid s.llNCP,Towaadi;April 19.11312:
, 'ADMINISTRIA OWB NOTICE .
A A LL
persons indebted to** estate of /EM IL;
AM SMITH, dec'd late of Canino township ern
heieby requested to mike fayment without delaf .
and all persons bavint demands against said esta t4
are reqitested to present them to A. G. Pickard
duly authenticated for settlement
MARGA Rtr anti
• A. G. PICKARD.
Canton, April 17, 1557, Administrator
so* Boa ANIZEIFTS 1117AXWAIN
ANY good, active and intelligent man. wi th n
small capital of from to `WO. can maks
large profits by engagoWthe — ide of the ham*
Popular and 17solbl Gooks.
Chambers' Information for she People: or Papalai,
&cyclopedia of Useful Knowledge. Two large
imperial octavo volumes, containing 1700 pages.'
Peterson's History of the American Revolution:
500 large octavo pages. with 200 One engravings.
Peterson's History of the United States Navy.--
600 large octavo pages. and 150 One Engravings.
Prost's 'Remarkable Events in the History eit
America. Tiro lathe octavo volumes. containitak
1000 pages and 7 . 00 Engravings .. The bed Histort
of America published.
Frost's Pictorial Life Of Washington. Aspired:
id book,containing 500 octavo pages and 150 el.:
gat*Engravings. The 'cheapest Lip of Wasitsaa
ton ever published.
Moore's History of the ROHM Wits. Fine Ool•
oWd and Plain Plates.
The True Republican: Containing - the Inallgeral
Addressts and• the Pi nit Annual Addresses and Met
84.7 s of all the Presidents of .the United States, tke
sstitittions of the most important States in die
Union, &c. Embellished with Portraits of all 94
Presidents, engraved on steel, apd a view of the
CaPitsl of the United States. 500. pages,l2oq,
Fox's Book a Maityr's. A Splendid Family Edi
tion, large quarto, with 55 Engravings, beautifully
bound In morocco, gift.
De Cormettin't History of the Popes. 900 Largi
octavo pageS. with illustrations.
Josephus' Works. Fine Edition, one large Ted
Sturm's Reflections an. the Work. of God.'
St. Pierre's Studies of Nature.
White's Instory 'Of the World. A Valuable Oen
ral History. One large tetaVo Volurtie. with band
Lives of Great and Celebrated- Citaratfersi of ail
ages and countries. One large - it - Aims of 500 pa
ges, with no:hermit Engravings.
Together with a number ofother Works partieeh
larly adapted for Popular Reading.
crj• The most liberal discount will &even le Arab
who may engage in the sale of the above Iraivaiie
}or further particulars, address (postage paid.)
J. & J. L GIHON, Publisher,:
No. 93 Chestnut Street, Philadelphii;
MECHANICS UNION ASSOCIATION,
Principal once, No. 443 arOadway, New York..
"ranch Office, Towanda, Pa.
(Office North aide of the Public Square, with J. lib
Accumulated Cash and Guarantee Capital, 50,600.
This assoeiat.ort has declared a dividend of 941 e
per cat,. fur the year ending April Ist; 1115 t
NO LIABILITY-TO AASESIlaltIrt.
VT 13. DEAN, President, G. C. Woos, H. H.
eta, WW. Preece. Finantial Committee.
The object and design of this association is to
nabls, those with whom especially time and health
are money, by the payment of a small annual sum.
to receive a weekly allowanee in cases of sickness
or aceident, which shall prevent them from attend.;
ing to their ordinary business. By the payment of
the ft-Mowing annual deposits, you will becomes life
member, and be entitled to a Weekly benefit daring
life, if you should be disabled by sickness or se&
dent from attending to your ordinary business oech
pation. Females insured against diseases Commit
to both sexes.
The proof of sickness required, Ls a certificate elf
the attending, Physiciat, or of three members of the
association. The association publishes a weekly'
Newspaper contnining a report of the basiness of 184
association, amount of claims paid &c. The pipet
is sent free to members monthly, or 50 ets weekly,
Yearly Deposits of Medsbets under 50 years o f
age : Table et Rates
$2 00 per year draw $3 00 per week,
3 00 3 00 "
400 a- 400 "
500 500 "
6 00 660 "
7 00 700 0
8 06 6 90 "
9 00 0 00 "
4 10 00 10 00 "
c o. First 'reek Ercepted .CD
Those over fifty years of age will be Moroi
twenty-five per cent. extra. $1 50 admission fee
will be charged in addition to the :above, the drat
year, and must be paid of the time of appliCatitiii
and the first years' deposit within thirty days:
His. Excellency Wm. F. Johnson,liartisbarg.
Johnson. Wells & Co.,Courtland Street,N T.
Bowen & Me. Name, Silk Merchants , Broadleaf,
Eckel. Raiguel & Co., north 3d Street, Phila.
lion. James M. Porter, Eamon, Pa.
Hon. Richard Broadhed, U. S. *knitter,
William McKeley. Bloomsburg,
Rev. R. Nelson, Principal Wyoming Seminary,
Rest. 34r/offence, Wilkesbarrrt,
Rev. J. Boyd. do
0. B. Hillard Esq. do
O. M. Hollenbark, Esq. do '
Ziba Bennett, Esq. do
14. D. Wright, Esq. do
We are personally and well a,equ tinted With hie:
J. Dorrance. O. M. Hollenback, Ziba Bennettinid H.
B. Wright all of Wilkeebarre, wisest names apple
as references for the " Mechanics Union Associa
tion" an organization for health insurance t upon
the mutual principle ; they are gentle Men dt high
character, who would not knowingly endotsB before
the public any scheme, unless they were Well aster
ed of its utility, and that it was governed in its man:
agement by integrity man prompt fulfildientaf ha
D. Mimicry, J. C. Amos, tvii. Eviessa,
HB. MIRCOS, 0. D. Dauttret, E. °VINTON.
We reify concur in the foregoing opinion as to the
character and objects ifif Mechanics Union Aaseciso
H. F. Potent;
E. O. Goomiteir.
raj! A rew reiponsitile Agetita wanted. Apply al
the office. A. li. SMITH. General Agent.
MORE NEW 000DS!
& A. t lAMIttLi. would again call the anew.
-1-1.• thin of their friends and customers to theft
large and new assortment of Good& just received
and now opening at their Furnishing Depot. ant
sisting.of all things necessary to clothe the mails
man. all to be sold • little cheaper for the ready p
ever., Come and examine; and sails
Towanda. May 140852;
DOZEN !MOWN LINEN COATS, tram $t
191 io $2, et CAIIPpELLIA.
ITLiAW, tie and white Vets., Csats Paid%
Itit for site at CAMPUELLIt