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Appraisment sad dat4,134 --
t o sales of the different petiinii-..eagaged in
0 sales of Bradford ares slid Merchandise
,i, County of for the,j4iir..lB4B„with.
," f Licence betel° aim 'el'-''' -- -' • *-:
ALSANT. Clip. :., , :::4:1110IIIII:.
N Wiieos it Co l 4. -' 7.00
, Bridlema n
10rt icer &
els $ II strts
(hr' 4 ' ftn
I I Stand
iksin liefire , (liquor) 19
. Nrettiris 14
dward Arerell 14
II Herrick 14
arks Comstnek 14
/If Wel/ (domestic) 14
Raged Perkins do 14
Willow II Frunher ‘ do 14
Ire , Sigler do 14
cC Br do 14
pity & Brothers
yell & Co
'tsdyke Jr & Co
(domestic) t 4
COMM DI a.
ire Dodge Ir
DC 11, CLL.
.ody & Co
Hawley & Co
.khurst & Lamb
ney & Lynn
st G Crans
,tl5 & Po it er
Ibbuck & Lathrop
:3‘. F So
lodes p Wilson
r y Evans
STAN DISC Siolft.
B tS Totoey
Lai Ha tt
News 4SL 'Storrs
Woa B Campbell.
Bu! nek & Co
Parfhey r Fritcher
0 P Ballard -
FD lal.ard (liquor) 13
JEGandrich do 12
SW& D F Pomeroy do ll
Alm ntelilien s do 12
V ‘I & H F Lang 12
1W C Herrick i 12
Neelery & Peek l2
l& 8 Alexander I f Co (domestic) 14
C B SperiCer Co Co
tl N Paine
H 8 Mercur
Montanyes 4 Co
OD Bartlett '
Maloney ¢ Bowmaii
Joseph Po well
Joseph Kingsbery . 13
Bailey ¢ Nevins lei
Burton Konsbery : 14
Porter 3loore (liquor) 14
If C Poner do 14
J M Reed do 14
li Felton 4 Co • do 14
Han 4 Russell (domestic) 13
I Alentuler 4. Co do 14
Wm A Chamberlin . do 14
All Warner do 14
C Coleman do 14
George H Bruiting , do 14
B Campbell do 14
Peckham 4 Mather
' (liquor) 14
w A .
Wm II Russell
M C blottingl t
E P Dawson & Co IctuWit
tr TA LURING
vy Wh ll eel vi oc e k ni 4 : Rollenack
V E j E Piolett
Cac4 augh 4 Lowis
E R Myer
Ailer4 Co •
A no and elassifteation l 4 the Beer houses. Eating
h° ll, et, 4.e., under the act of Amenably. of the
loth April 1849, entitl.4 kt An het to create •
B iuking Fund "4c., for the • Conoo of Bradford ,
tot the year 1853.
Athens Bort:i—Gen Alernll g 6 00
C F Harder , 8 6 00
Bartingten—Hear! V°s6lllll- 64:111 6 11
&_ ric k -- C Caswell
x atme--Anthon'y Melba 5 00,
Standing Sictee..-Cbarles Taylor . 51:10
B oahfiekt—Mareusil %could a • . 50a
J G Blakeslee s.
Cauos—E I. Hanley .
Horace Tuttle• :" - a
etc --George Heft* , ' 5 O O
' hyena - a bore-4olie T 44,1411 - 6.00
A 3.10061* ' 5 00
Pstilikke s 00
Miles Cuter . : s Cl°
Luther Scott ' ; 8 500
. 7 00
7 U 0
• 7 00
Troy boro% '-=DittiiettpObtins
' Tl 3 'Borden'
, • ,c4risb , 4l Dobbins
A liit. rfd.nisuisific-
list --0 1 .41u 1 sificatiOn et different Iliatilleriea
ib BradfOrd'COtinty as directed by the actOf As;
• sembly of April 10 1842.
13pringfield . William Brace 10 5 00
Bhesheiltiin-01,Nesiell ¢ Co 10 5 00
Standing Stone—James Gorden 10 5 00
Troy—J E Goodrich t 0 5 00
A list and clastilfication (.1' the persons engaged in
the sale of Nostrums, Patent Medicines, 4c., in
the County of Bradford. under the act of Alum.
My of the 10th April 1849. •
Athena Boro'—C H Herrick
Geo A Perkins
Canton—F Hall ¢ Co
Le.roi.—Pa-khorst 4.. Lamb
Pik —D Bailey 4 Son
OrWlll—Frisbie 4 Brownson
Towanda boro'—H C Porter 4 5 00
3 M Reed . 4 5 00
Montanyes 4 Co 4 6 00
Troy born'—F D Ballard 4 5 00
Charles Drake 4 5 00
V 141 4 A 7 Long 4 5 00
Notice is hereby given. that an.a ppeal will be
held at the Commissioners Office in the Bo' .of
Towanda,on the 15th day of July next, at which
time and place, any person aggrieved by the forego.
ing classifications cao attend if they think proper.
H. C. BAIRD.
I. 1859. Mercantile Appraiser.
11. X. lidAMllsra
ATTOR.II^Er L Wt
Office with the Register and Recorder,
,NEW STORE, NET GOODS,
vra Vik l 7 Z44336K0Q
soprm.4Jr 4 parrrJrEr
HAVING located themselves in the Brick Store
west of Main 5 . ., nearly opposite Bridge
St.. have min day rece ved a large and splendid
Foreign end Dvmeviic Dloy Goods, G. oeeries, Paints
Ods,.Hirdware Mar, stone-Ware,
, ift. •
which notsrithatintlitex the advance of Goods, they
are bound to *ell cheaper than ever before offered
n this market. '" Quick sees and arnall profits" is
aCj• Most kinds of Produce taken in exchange for
Goods. The highest-price paid -for lumber.
May 6. 1853.
6 ""'".MOLASSES. from 2 t;i 4 shillings , and
the best G cent Sngar in town at
May 6. 1853. PHINNEY & BOWMAN'S
PIK MED iffutv •
zysaina maw- u - saca.
Inow receiving a large assortment of all kinds of
SPRING and. SUMMER GOODS. which will
positively be sold cheaper than
,the cheapest ; call
Towanda. April 29. I n 53.
NEW SPRING GOuDS.
THE subscriber has just 'returned from the city
with a very large and most superior select
IIPM/Jr6 AND SCAMIER GOODS.
which in r• specs to style and prices will unquein
tionably give satisfaction to all that may favor him
with a call. JoBF.F I II KINUSILERY.
Towanda, April 30, 1853
BOOKS AND ST TION RY.
Au extensive eatalnigne of Rubin)! and Miscella•
nouns BOOKS and STATIONARY, just received
which will be sold at the lowest prices.
EVERAI. new pieces of Carpeting added tn,the
.took, making the assortment good fur eale - on
the mast reaqonable terms
April, 30. 180
ACI Barrels 91 SALT just received and for
J. VI sale at '• B. KINGSBURY'S.
Towanda. March 1853.
Susquehanna Collegiate institute.
THOSE who have subscri.ed towards the erec
tion of the building tor this institution in To
wanda. are requested to call and pay into the Trea,
sury 25 per cent . . on the am• t unt of their respective
subscriptions. the building having been com•
inenced. .1. D. MONTANYE,
Towanda, May 11. 1853. Tteusurer.
FRESH AND NEW ARRIV AL OF
SPRING & SUMMER
GOO IEI so •
CORNER of the Public Square and Main Street,
Towanda, Pa.. respectfully give notice that
they are now opening and receiving direct from the .
City of New York, their NEW STOCK of SPRING
and SUMMER GOODS, Which, with their former
stock on band. comprises one of the largest and best
selected assorttnents to be found west of New York.
Having been purchased at
• •GREAT BARGAINS!
They are enabled to offer them cheaper than ever.—
They invite particular attention to their assortment
of invite `
Consisting of Jaennet and Swiss Muslins, Printed
Lawns. Ginghams, Bar'd Muslins. Merrimac, .
• •Copheco, Fell River and 'other o styler of
American Prints. in endless variety, a
large assortment and for sale •
cheap. They have also a -
large variety of YANKEE . NO
TI 'NS emb"acing almost every thing
from a Crochet Needle to a Lady's Batch
el. They invite particular attention to their
assortment of Carpeting ? ,r all prices and styles.
Also. Spring and summer Hats, Boots and
Shoes, Shoe Findin g s and Leather, Gro
eeries:Crockery.Sbelf Hardware 4c.
Their Stock has been selr-ted with care, and will
be sold cheap. Farther comment is unnecessary
—give us a call. and we will show you our goods
and prices, and convince you that the above is no
fiction. Our motto is. " Small Prtifils & Quick
Returns. MONTANYES 4 CO.
Towanda. March 16, 103.
.A D MINISTRATO Wel Nance.
A"persons indebted to the estate of Gen.
Geroatd, deed. late of Smithfield. are hereby
requested to make payment without delay. and ttinse
having claims against said estate, will please pro
sent them duly authenticated (or settlement
JAMES GEROULD. Administrator'.
• JAMES L. GEROULD.S
May 27. 1823.
Anditores Notice. . •
s Estate of Haratia Ladd. datalami
TillE auditor appointed by the Orphan's Court of
Bradford county to settle and acijoatthe se
accurst of Moses A. Ladd, one, of the Executor's of
said estate.cm exceptions filed mill attend to said
business _at his race in 'Towanda boro'. on the =Btts
day of only. - 1853, at.l o'clock. P.M.. of which ell
personainterested will take notice. H. BOOTH.
To COntiaotors sand Others. '
t7E on hand. pork. bee; tOttari Conk. 0111;
— lrbeat.lioalrwhest,lttans; dried apples. four.
;feed, iron; stegl k shtivatisi, bang; • pbroler, fuse; Ash.
tea; eau. sitter, ittlitessiss„ top* :tobagri; saß;and
cement foe mile Ili Cheap u 4rt alum toots. •
Athens, April 03, 1053. WELIS & BARRIO.
• 5 00-
" 8 .5 00.
8 '5 00
- 8 00'
4 5 00
4 6 00
NEW SPRING GOODS,
AND OISTMAL aS
Which are Offered to the public at: wholesale or retail,
at arylow prices.
Towanda, March 31, 1853;
Zats,Caps.andi *owlets'. •
FRENCH Silk. Gaisimere, Kossuth, Panama.
Leghorn, t anadian,.Btrais and Palm Leaf Hats.
Mao, a large asaortnient of Ladies' - and Misses'
Florence; Sim*, French Lace, &c., &noels _just
receivod at MERCHR'S.
,April 8;1859; . :
MEN% Women; and Children. Omits and ohoes
&yelp large asanrinient at MERCURII.
T ACME addition to the atttortntent of corninon
.1.. r and Raillery Hardware. now arriving at
April 8. MERCUR'S.
7IHHIP.I. more .1 those cheap Brown Sugars.
Coffee. Crushed and Powdered Sugars. common
Molasses. Stuart's Syrup. superior Green and Brit.
Teas, Rio, Java and Mocha Coffee. Also, all other
kinds of Groceries, except liquors. at wholesale or
retail at MERCCR'S.
French Inbroidery. E •
BROIDERED collars, chemi-etts, flouncing,
under sleeves, linen handkerchiefs, edgings and
insertings at MERCUR'S.
TAIIIITE CRAPE, bl'k stlk and colored shawls
VT for sale at MERCUR'S.
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS
n D. BARTLETT. is now receiving a large
W. and carefully selected stock of
bought for cash since thy late decline in prices,
which he will offer fur tesdy pay at prices which
cannot fail to give satisfaction—among otherthing s
be invites particular attention to his assortment of
Towanda, April 15,1853.
IMMENSE STOCK ! !
Summer Gods at the Cash Store
OF GOODRICH 4 CO , OWEGO, N. I'.
THE 11..cision has gone forth. the fact is admit—
ted that goods are sold at I w wer prices at Good:
rich & Co',, than anywhere els' ; %here row can
be found . en sinu- gaily large stock of Goods adapted
to the season which are going off at very low rates.
Their stock of
• 'LADIES' DRESS GOODS
cannot be equalled, and the . greatest variety of
bereges;silk tissues. challis berege detains, mustily',
item:els, lawns. striped and plain chambras, strip
ed and plain steel and gold•mised poplins, fine
striped and checked ginghams • a great assortment
of rich black silk shawls, cashmere, crape and
broche shawls ; silk capes and m intiflas ; an une
qualled show of highly clu-tered, black, watered
wiped, plaid and changeable silks, satin■, bonnets
and ribbons, French embroiders ; 14000 yards of
shilling -calicoes-for sixpence ; Lisle' thread and
cotton gloves from 3 cts. to 2 shillings ; rich vest
ings, cloths. cassimeres. 'Lumens% tweeds, jeans.
&c.; coyonades all kinds, wens summer wear.
plain, striped and plaid linnens, sheetings, "iliirt
ings, cotton ticks. drills, 4-e.
Cash purchasers will find great bargains, as the
whole has been purchased at auction and package
(21:7' Cash paid for BUTTEIL
Owego. May 25, 1853.
Nails and (Hays.
ALARGE supply of Nails and Window Glass of
almost every size fur sale at MERCUIVS•
April 82, 1851.
°ARL V pi , A `4. 4 .—A quantity of early Peas in pa.
per and packages ; also, by the quart, peck or
bushel, at ap22 MERCUICS.
s: • z
ATTORNEY AT LAW, TOWANDA.
tee to the 11nrIll 2nd of the Word 'House, (lately occupied
by I.aporte, Ma.o, &C o .)
Towanda, March, k 11353.
AINTS, OIL &c.—A nett- supply of pure ground
White Lead Paris Cieen, 'Verdigris, Linseed
Limp and Neatsfoco Oil. Jepan, Coach Body and
Furniture Varnish, just received at
May2o, 1933. 111 ERMA'S..
IRON AND NARA-5 Tone more of Iron and
Nails lust received at mny2o
DRorrs and GINGHAMS.—A near assortment
1. of Prints and Ginghams just received at
May 20. 1859. MERUIIR'S.
91113 ?ST a LUOGILIE.
South Corner of Mcreur's Block, Main Street,
ALE now opening their stock of GOODS for the
spring and Summer trade, comprising a full
and complete assortment, and of the osnal variety,
which will he sold at a very email profit fur Beady
Pay. Among the assortment of
will bd found a great variety of Ladies' Dress Goods,
consisting in part of
Bereges. B•rege Delain's, Delaines, Lawns,
plain and printed; Ginghams, English,
Scotch and American ; Poplins, •
Prints of all shades and
colors tc 15T
Also, for men's wear may befonnd Broad Cloths,
Caimimeres, Tweeds, Kealucky Jeans, silk, Satin
and Bummer Vestings.
Also, Bheetings, Shirting% bleached and brown,
Ticking►, Summer Goods for boys' wear, Cotton
Yarn, Carpet, Warp, Cotton Batten, dm, oi.e,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
A full stock will he kept on hand. Tho.e in want
of twugars. Teas. Coffee. Molasses, Stewart's best
syrup,E3pices. Pepper Ginger. Sa'trait's, Flour,
Fish, malt, Tobacco, or any ther article in this line,
will do well to call on us before purchasing else'
A large a splendid assortment. Crockery. Glass
and tStone-ware. Boots and Shoes. Hats and Caps—
Nails. Paints, Ws. Ginn and Puffy.
Thankful f..r the liberal peunnage of the past sea
son. the onder.igned feel n pleasure in inviting the
public to an examination of our spring w a di, be
lieving that good Gods and low prices will insure
a speedy sale for ready pay. TRACY & MOORE.
• Towanda, May 20 1853.
CANAL. LET ► INO.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the
1 , 0 Canal Office. in Towandtc:until 0 o'clock. P.
M.. of ye May 'the Mb day .of J one.. 1858. foe the
building of tho• Farm and Road Bridges and Lock
House. on the' 2 5-8 miles of Canal above the Ath'
!no io a m, •
Together whit a quantity - of cleaning out of the
Canal. unfinished work. and;. all work which may .
be.abandoned or become necessary..prev.ious to the
day of Letting, of atb!ch phut% estimatei aid speci
ecitirmi and form Of tilde will ete . the
Vine Office in Telma& for dui" dip previotur:,
• e • . toOfer It D. TIN VIAL
* Caned Offict,Toweeda, lone 1,1888,
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EXCCUTow - NOTWE.
ALL, parsonavidetted.;l•C‘jairlittil - FO7:'.VOP. -
Benntgbudied,:hitsatßitigbirty , ,tsiemirbipkafe:
hereby ieliiestertia - make - innaedibli'llipitatu f y
those having els*?against saitte: - . 4 0:4145i5,
present theca dalr -authintreited , ;ftieskitievrellV:
.. • ItUEUBVBERNIG.FM,,
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE:'. •
A It p ersons lidiiii - etficrittil ? ,:-ea - bite of
LAME, - deed lati Of 'LEROY' latp...are
hereby requested to Mike , tritinediate payment and
those having_ claims, egabist said estate, will
please present .thent authenticated tor settle
April 30,1853. L. • , : , , Executor.
hETTER'S of administnitonlaving bien granted
the undersigned br the Register of Bradford
county. on the estate ofAattiel O'Keefe, late ofsaid
county, deceased ; all persont. indebted .to said es
tate are hereby notified to make hautediate payment
to the undersigned, midrib - Use having claitas against
said estate will present them duly authenticated for
settlement. CATHARINE O'KEEFE.
JERSMIA H A HEARN, Adm'rs
Apra 14.1853. •
ALLpersons' indebted :toihe estate rif Joseph
Brigham, dec'd late of ißiduberry tp. are hereby
requested to make payment without delay and all
those having demands against said estate will pre
sent them duly authenticated for settlement.
April 28, 1853.
VOTICE is herby given, that a Special Court of
-1-N Com. Pleas will be held at the Court House
the boro' of Towanda, commencing. on Monday,
the 20th day of Line nett, at 10 o'clock, A.. M.,
and to contioue one week, at which the Hon. Rob.
ert G. White will preside for the trial of the follow
ing causes to Wit:
Robert Spalding vs Nathaniel Clapp et al
Pendleton Riley & Co vs Henry W Tracey
Thomas Elliott vs Israel Smith
Welch. Longnecker & Co v..; John Wood et al
Stephen - owell vs H W Tracey. ga.nrishee &c
Earl Nichols vs Wm Coryell et al
Lyman Matson vs Irs Jennings et at
C L C DeChastelaux vs Lyman Matson
John Beidleman vs Nedebtah Smith
Horatio & Rebecca McGeorge vs Ebenezer Dun•
Newton Humphrey vs Wm Humphrey
C L C DeChastelatii vs Ira Jenninzs e t al
A. McKE %N, Prothonotary,
Prothonoiary's Office Towanda. April 1 !Fts3
ADMLNISTR %TOR'S NO I'ICE
ALLpersons knowing themselves indebted td the
estate of MINOR R. WILG'OX. decotsed,
late of Albany T., are hereby recihrsteal to make
immediate payment, and those having claims against
said estate will please p:esent them duly authenti
cated for settlement. • JO:sEPII MENAIOR.
May 7. 1953. Administrator.
ALL pe , song indebted tc the estate of DAVID
H. OWENS, deceased, late of Monroe tap
are hereby requested to make immediate payment.
and those having claims against said estate, will
please present them duly authenticated for settle
COOLIJ NUM'. 2d,
May 11, 1853. Adminixtraterc
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.
By virtue of en order of the Orphan's Court of
Bradford County, will be erpo'ed to Public
Sale, on the premises, on SNTUBDAY, the 25th of
JUNE next, at I o'clock, P. M., the following prop
erty, late the es.tate of Seth T. Barstow, deed, situ
ate in Wysnx twp., and bounded and described as
follows t—North by the public highway leading
from Towanda to Rummerfield Creek, on the east
by land in possession of J. H. Middleton. south by
the Susquehanna river, and west by land of V. E.
J. E. Plolett. Containing about 3 acres of land.
all ithproved, with a house thereon. Attendance will
be given and terms of sale made known on day u
sale. F BARB7OW.
May 19.1853.. 'Admiu4.strator
B} 'virtue of writs of Vend Ex po. Issued ont of gat'
Court of Com. Pleas of Bradford County and to
me directed, wilt be exposed to oublie sale at the
Court House in the bore of Towanda. on Monday
the 20th day of JUNE, at I o'clock. P. M.. the um
divided one-half of the following lot. piece or part
eel of land situate in Bmath6eld twp., and bounded
on the north by lands of E. S. Tracey and 0- C.
Corns, on the east by lands of U. Mealy, S. Salis •
bery. H. M. Hide and A. Phelps, on the. south by
lands of A Phelps and J. Phelps, and on the west
by lands of A. Jones, A. Pierce, J. C. Aldrich, D.
Holmes and L. H. Pt rce. Containing about 24
acres, be the same inote or less..about 10 acres im.
proved, with one steam grist mill, two dwelling
houses and one grocery building thereon. In ad
dition to the above described buildings there is one
waggon shop.and one lumber shop on the above
bounded lot and the graund that they mend upon
which the defendant in this ease has no interest tn.
ALSO—One other lat. piece or parcel of land in
BarHouton twp , and bounded on the north by lands
oil. G. Blakeslee, east by lands of Geo. Shafer. south
by lands of 1. G. Blakeslee, west by lands of Luther
Rockwell. Containing about 54 acres, be the same
more or less, no improsemehts.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of El
M. Perk vs Edwin Blakeslee.
ALSO—A lot piece or parcel of land in Granville
twp., and beginning at a post on the west line of
Bunyon's lands, thence north 88 3-4°, west
175 perches to a post. thence south 11. degree west
158 perches and 3-10 of a perch to a post, thence
south 88 3-4°, east one 174 perches to a beech,
thence north 11 of a degree, east 138 perches and
5-10 of a perch to the beginning. Containing 169
acres and 103 perches and allowance.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of the
President, Directors and company of the Chemung
Canal Bank to the use of John Arnot, vs. Jam a
Fountain and Win. A. Searing.
C. TIMMAS, Sheriff.
Sheriffs Office. Towanda. May 26, 1853.
Notice is hereby gi•en, that an amount equal to
the costs, will be required to be paid upon each sale
when struck down to the bidder, and upon a failnre
to comply with this regulation, the tract of land will
again he offered for sale•
ALL persons indebted to the estate 'of MANUEL
BILVARA, dec'd late of Tuscarora twp.. are
hereby requested to make payment without delay ;
and all persons having claims seainst said estate
will please present them doly authenticated for set
tlement. BENI. M. tSILVA RA.
THEODORE SILVA RA.
May 25, 1853. • Executor&
A"persons indebted to the estate -of Samuel
Gooneys, dett'd„ late of Ridgbery wp., are
hereby requested to make payment without delay
and all persons having demands.against said estate
are requested to present, them duly authenticated
for settlement. • W. 0. GUNS A ULES,
Jane $, lea :Ittlninistriator.
• 411171111 1 0iP8 NOTICE.
Estate of Pdet. Jo bison, • deceased. '
VINE &odium' baring been, aripOinted by the Court
to re.examise claims of certain (defining ored,
:tors to the Ned:lathe hands of rbe adutiniattatots
°timid estate, raillid h sale of the teat property of
-the defendant. trill -attend to- sad-business at the
:tavern of ,Eingh Hicks. in lAome on 'the l'Zth
day of So li tB5B, o
' clock, P. M. of, which o p-
Tierap iaLintercite4 BOOTH; :
looe'41111511:' , _Malta*.
A BOY aboTahoes.in court
-win notiosseadelmilbtitiotai chum* &b.
as ellftlittkiioWM i liPPOlltiisi f ko ACTIN;
Tovimde, tAprii ign-iviget ammo-Man
1 ‘ - " , :'1: 1 • ‘ c %..4.• 1:4 1 0:1 1 M7 at ig: ~:::'' •i s ,-.
fli-c,aestircVl4; i otoB,rtitl(t'4 4 :e'fili*.to' * * i Ygiv...t ,
ihiCkhexill:4 l F* ll *-4 1-4 4;ita.the : sai l et .:
illa ittads. ire nataufactiaretiMiieWas - iiir home'
wo rk, and warranted io girt toodaatisfantion. ,
800 Coats oral) /lees and prices.;.- L -
- - - 2otvpitr of Pinta retina. 4.4illizige-t0.16. • :'.- '-...;" -
200 Vests of all descriptions..., , . • , _
Browja Linnen Coats, 6 shillings each: •
White and Buff Vesta for 81113 .and Porters.
titraw and. Chip Haar . .-.-.: • ~- I , .
Summer Cravats- , 4 first rate -fifsorimOil ,
Remember, the same old place. No. 1 Brisk
Row., ...- - • ,lk . IL CAMPBELL.
Towanda, May. 1i153. --
• • THE' - SrIFE RETURN
Of Sir 14111 Franklin. shatil4 imue. .no greater ex
citement, than the NET, STOCKED •
GEORGE , H.-.BUNTING,
OPPOSITE TIED• wean UOESIL
BUNTING respectfully informs his friends and
the public generally. in town and the surround.
ins country. together with all the rest of man
kind," that he has Ju.t reedited froth New York.
one of the most complete assortment. of Mena arid
Boys Ready Made Clothing. ever before offered in
Towanda. together with Clot h 4, Cassimeren„. Vest.
ings, and Trhuings which he will make np In the
must approved style, and at the lowest price.
lie has also on hand one of the most fashionable
stock of Furnishing Goods, such as Woolen tin.
dershirts, Overshirts, Overalls, Drawers, and every
artiyle in his line pertaining to Gentlemens' War
drobe, which will be sold cheaper than any other
Clothing Store 41 Bradford County.
He is confident that (root his long experience that
he can give general satisfaction. Ile employs none
but the most expert workmen, and feels assured that
his work a ill not suffer by comparison with the best
city shops either in eleeance of workmanship or el.
egance of style; and hopes by strict attention to
business, to meii. a continuance of that fibers' pat
nonage which has been" estended to him heretofore.
Returning sincere thanks for past 'actors he asks
the public in eive him a call and see for themselves.
try.CO I TING done as uival and warranted to
fit if properly made up .03
tn. I).in't mistake the place, on the corner of
Main st.. and the public sousre, opposite the Ward
even PO. this world it " all 1 1 stve,"
And Rents mo-t dr.ss in this progie44ye.age,
Each have tiler taste of style, of cot and ,freal—.
The question a.ked where can we get the beat?
Where can the largest stock of goods be foundl
Say where the ch.•apest and best ahnrind
Where can we at the shor.et.t notice ,et .
A coat, A cent and pinialoons that fit 1
To answer thefe, I frankly nal' in all
The cheapest place is '• Bunting's Clothing
Towanda Dec.-29, 1852.
S. di. S. AZEZANXISSit, dt CO.
Itgothe Brick Block. next door to Vete urs more have
Jot add k their stock, a large and fashiona
ble assort of
B.eady made Clothing,
ADAPTED TO TUC StAgON,
of every variety,both of style and price, to which
they aik the attention of the public. This is now
the largest stock
Ever Offered in Towanda !!
and will be sold at prices considerable lower than
e7er before known in this place. Oar goods are
~elected with a regard both to style and price, and
offer indocementa,not to be met with at any other
trangers visitin Towanda, or oth
on in want of CIA a will find
TWE LARCEsT AtiSOItiVIENT
at nor establishment, in this section,nt the coyntry.
anal made iu :such style and materials as to ensure
satisfaetton. .We shall endeavor by
LOW ritiEo2ll3 & GOOD CLOMING,
to secure prtronage. feeling confident that our arti
clesVll glee satiafactionto the purchaser.
The oscortment compriaes every article required
for a arentleman's outfit. TERMS-.C;611.
Otterr:outs. Coats Pants, Uzi-volts Cups 15 - c
Locaviotra.—Next donr south of Niercar's Main
st.""nivancla ; and No. 7 Water st. Atnouts Hall
Elmira: and under the Troy Exchange. Troy ,Pa.
t Ali kinds of Country eroduce, Wo-.1.5e., tak
en in exchange for Goods. Towanda, May 10,'53.
OPPOSITE THE . COURT HOUSE.
siumvr & 2111DIMISM,
H"Ejest completed a large and finely finished
Store on the site ot the two they had burner',,
and filled it with the largest and most comprehens.
ive stock of
Groceries, Previsions, Tankee N! Wins,
run, Confectionary, Ways, etc., die.
ever exhibited this side of the caw.
We h.ve bought for: cash, articles of the best
quality ; consequently are prepared to sell at as
low prices as the same quality can be br,ught at
any other place. P.nd natter our.elres that if
fortune has heed against us. (fire having consum
ed two stores and one stock of goods) our old cue
turners will not follow the precedent, if they call
and see cur stock and hear the exceedingly /ow
prim. Among the many articles we have arb
Tea, sugar, coffee. chocolve, cocoa, molasses,
Stewart's syrup, ginger pepper.spice,cloves, nut
megs, citiamon, saleratu%, soda, cream tartar,
ground mustard,' pepper mance. catsup, can
dles, bar soap, vinegar, march &c., &c.
Mess pork and beef, hams and shoulder'.
wheat flour, buckwheat flower. corn meal.
soda and better crackers, mackerel!, codfish,
shad, nerving, potatoes beans onions, &c., he
FRUIT AND NUTS,
Preserved prunes. citrons, English currants, raisins,
green and dried apples. A knondv, filberts, gettable
and maderia walnuts, bratil nuts; peanuts, chest
nuts, hickqry nuts, &e.
Ivory, horn and wood pocket combs, toilet, combs.
fine combs, hair, cloth, teeth, infants, and blacking
brushes, wallets. pone ifionies. and purses of many
styles, pocket • ink stands, pocket and small fancy
mirrors, tobacco, boles, snuff boxes, and almost
every article in' this.ste. Work boxes. toilet cases,
secretaries. plain and embroidered, work baskets o
many styles. •
Cierritararench and American TOYS of every de
scription and price. .A few earthen And rientter tea
setts. for little girls, and a few boys' sleighs.
BROWN'S, W ASH BOARDS, SUGAR BOXES.
WILLOW AND SPUD."' MARKET BASUTO,.
Xi , •
Anttou claiiy talk, ground took salt. Salina tilt both
coart,e, nadline. Also, a quantity; of White Stone
CANDY wholesale •pr retail., of all 'kinds inn
i nuom erahl e other articles, for sa te at thane, Mori
opPoilile;the, Cope Valise.
Totranda._Decal 1862 BAILtrAVNEVINS.
110LAIIES.=4 new . Ot . istaintil
loitteeirloott,l4l t reFirika it ,
1604 011141,_ _ •
- ~._.,,...., - . , ...„..: , : , ‘ , ..ipiebt-re.sii#l:f '.,q ~.-_, ..e-•. -
A.Qtyntivrif..tiebtyptiv i ,.4fe,hie
c . : ... tips - 1 , a OtTIV.
into 4:1 - • mpg;
ST A : K .S
'LEAVE rot;antla 41;1''84464
80111. 1 3 1 bel,Stott; aklkitr
I Ridgebery, , ao ' Wi} irgYfligki
Pot on.the N. E.R. R.. every Irdbiarit,
MURAT ; add , Imo,* at 8 o'clock A. M., and aeries
at Riede* iritiose to take the evenitis traits of Imes
either cut or west, mime day:
RettlntiOig nosstrav, I . IIOIIIIDAT and B.lemussir,
after the'!priest of•rthe Eastern train, and also dte
We.tern cars from Jefferson - , Elmira. !ke g 404 . ak•
rive at ,Tnivanda same day. . •
Faas e=.-Totranda too Merciir's mill.,'
*, to Euriingtott, • , CO
" to Ears Smithfield. O 2
• " to Ridgebery, LOD
" Wellyborg depot, 1.135
Espress packages to or from the Rid Road care
fully delivered at moderate charges.
D. M. BULL,
Towanda, Oct. 8, 1852
Farrier ik stne_llNPFleurp-
GEO: W. IitERCIIMITS - ,"' -
CIELIEBR/iTEIV GAIWLING OIL ,
190isaarsiesas Sill Esteivoi wassoltriz•
Ai to mat roisigutable
Experience pt more than sixteen .veare 5 .,c
the tett that Merchant's Celebrated Slarglig Oil, or V01..'
reveal Family Embrocation, will cum must cares, eel %. ;
bet's all such as
Bpavins. Sweeney, Ilingbone, WindigiU Poit -
Evil, Callous, Cracked feels, fleas or all
kinds. Fresh Wounds. Sprains, Bruisgs,, -..
tula. Sitfast. Sand Cracks, Straits. Lamenei p
Foundered Feet. Scratches or Grease. lifarige.
Rheumatism. Bites of Aninnes. Externail"Pot."
sous, Painful Nervous Affections, Frost Bitesii.
Boils, Corns, Whitlows. Barns and &alai.
Chillhlahui, Chapped liaudst Cram_p_t. Cone
tractions of the Muscles. Swellings. Wisdoms
et the Joints. Caked Breasts, a:c. ttc. de. •
The unparalleled success or this Ciit, is the eunaor stW•
eases in horses and Cattle, and oven m unman
daily becoming more known to the farming commenky.
it can hardly be credited, except by those who bassi been -
in the habit of tenpin; it in their stables and Mum*, rhea
a vast amount or enSiring and tints, ate sera _
the timely application of this Oil.
Iliam Re sure tits name of the soltiproprieter, OEOll= -
W. MERCHANT, LoeXpert. N. T., is blown to dm war
isr the bottle,
an his Wthdertitins over the cork.
AU orders addremed to the proprietor will be pm
Get s Pamrhustet the Agent. and me what weeds=
aceomplished byte ape of dais ineshdriti.
Sold by respectable deelerrpneralky, to the '
States aid Canada. Also by
AG: . C. Porter, Towanda.o.aWur.:Kid
Athens—Eli Baird, Troy—D. V. Barnet. Coltrißbfit
Fiats-1.. D. Taylor, Burlingtnn—Yrisbie & Drees
sno, Orwell—E. Dyer. Covington—D.
Mansfield—Humphrey & Place, Tfois--ttirrelf;
Montrnie—Perry &*Og.len, HI mita. Wlinfelitee
agents are Ward, Close &. Co., 63 Maiden statior
T. , 3
HE only assortment of Paper Hanging* Vepttia.
this vicinity, wile a fresh stock lost coming in
at unusually low prices. 0; D.DARTOrt
Towanda. April 21. 1853.
IS: - -
LOUR.—A, quantity of superfine f10ur.,313 stolsk
ceived, and fur sale by. D. KLYGEIBUIrrix
Tnwantia; Feb. 18, 1853, -
TUBS AND MATS .—A new . supply of
painted tubs and pails. also Alicaot sipts i r just
received at may2.s . MElll4l,tl
1553. } SPRING.
TE sublciibers would inform-their friends and
customer% that they have increased thetrfaccil-
Wes for thannfactoring
and intend keeping the largest stock and i} , iisort•
men t of •
CLOTHING, SHIRTS, DRA O'ER.%
ISHING GOODS, OILED MOTlllgit
AND RUBBER GOODS,
that can be found in the State'. Terms arit pd.
ces satisfactory.. HANFORD dr.-11fl4THEILo:
29 Park Row. opposite the Astor House.
New York, Math 9, 1953.
United States . Rotf4,-
JOSS C. arszsort, lis:okiinmecat
Formerly of the" Lapor(t gold."
TN the Orphan's Court df Midford Co li tsattiar
1 of the partition of the real !elate of Stiji 13.0 •
night, late of Ridabury--tAip.. diaasidb:-Tir,Han
nab Hammond. Phebe McDottgait.,Sii,Crin stniVry,
sally Burt. Fiorillo Burt. A Inteolfl4lurt, -1 Thi&us
Henn igh t's witlow.Cal v in Behnictir,ittary Belbrinth,
Samoa Hebni;ght Sarah BennirtaMititiirltittaM,
Benj. W. Henn ittht, Susan' Lifinnighltifir'Thomas
Dennight's widows. •t• • e. -
You are hereby notified that for•viettie of - ant• A At~
d'r from the Orphan's court or firadforif county; 1,
me directerf ; t will hidd an inhulsitiOn apart the
al estate of Samltel Rebnight, tire of Itittgbittiqp.,
i deceased. upon the premises fro - raid toairoillitiVeri
Montlay.rhe hth day of Adgust hest, at 1 - o"Cloitlf,
P. M., for the pdtpose of tusking partitive and situ
ation of said estate. at Which- time' 'and Made" )411
can attend if you think proper.
C. 9'HOM - A£l,Bherffr. '-
Sheriff's Office, Towanda, May t'fi, 1,110.1. „
CA.WZON AND ita r stners
80A-11 COMPANY:' - • -
THE undersigned Commlvsioners apporntetifn
pnrsuance of the Charter incorporating staid
company will open Books for. trubr.rtp,tinertiof stock
at the Bradford House, in the borough Triwanda.
at JO o'clock. A. M., on Satt?nlay.the...2:4lll quite
next.• G. P. M kSON. •
BURTON KiN g ynERT ;
C. HERRICK, -" , onittire.
C. COMSTOCK. ' '
ROBERT TERHI3,,t, a.
Towanda. May 25.
Ettali Allen 4164, *ceased' l-g , r '
THE auditor ap'pointed'hq the Cotitt ; di tt
the fund in-the heads it he 1001(41#4019 f
said estate. wilt, attend to - Faid bn4ineßsqtt . ltKoZiltio
in Towanda bora% on the 7th, dax„
1 &clank. P. At.. when all perttoos illtFekbtd.afr o i
quire ( ' to present ttair claims ni;"elio‘ite . ?de
front fro Raid fund. !MT
June 4 . / SA . . • -r-act Auditor.
Ablator's Notkez.v.. , v, - rct
John liansAikr- /nines A -, Pert; It:flyb i zo ems.
Pleas AV°. tit Sept' T 1832 - 2,13 -- 2 2 -
THE ntiditor 'iptionßed'br atakti VIE ~3 44, 4
money 'raised by
01 IMtn, iIN,W
of the defendant in the . OAT ipa .
. i 4 ,; ;_ •:
said ; bniinekt athis,niceiiz:als ~
I , A
dthyirAtifh 3 .atMiet uS
or olsolsdabilred gota i t
fu 11104 r
issait; lel. Au liai
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