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DR. 1. TREMAIN,
Tot ro respectfully inform the citizens of Btad
ford County, that he has permanently located
self in the village of Le Maysville. where he
be h a ppy to wait upon such as may be afflicted
Doa ses, ay hether &cal.general. chronic or ande.
ir rf l e Doctor would also state, that be has not only
sa d sod practiced medicine for years in Chenango
„ t oy, but he has taken two courses of lecturev at
',C uff s' Medical College, N. V., under instruc.ions
Dolley, M. D.. Prof of Anatomy and Oper
areSsrgery, now of Rochester city. Levi Reuben,
8 ../. of ad Pathology. now of New
:: k city. Orri Davis , M. D., Prof. of Obstetrics.
r e.D ' a il e y, M. D.. Prof. Principles and Practice
profy Surgical Diseases. WI W. Hadley,
~. D. .of Matcria Medics, TheOapentice and
i rmacy . oar of Rochester city. A. K. Eaton.A.
01,D., Prof. of Chemistry and Forensic
coL. C. pulley, M. D.. Demonstrator of Anato•
to ea s ur gical Prosector. Wm. W. Hadley, M.
s es s of the Faculty.
Ode o pposite D. Bailey & Son's Store.
Le w rale, Sept. 3, 1859.
. groceiy and Provision Store.
0 ,„ d og South of .1. H. Phinney's &Ore, gain Street
TBE.bersiPer being desirous of enlarging his
koi , iness , would respectfully announce to the
&rem of Towanda and vicinity that he is just re
ailing from New York and is now opening for
v ie s large assortment of
d p.801.111:31 1 iia , ..
. SUCH AS
p d . Sugar, Coffee, Rice Molasses, Stuart's Syrup,
rd rro. Ginger, Pepper, Spice, Cloves Mace. N u t.
Cinnamon, Saleralus, Cream Tarter, Soda,
Ground Muistard, Pqrpee Sauce, Catsup, Candles,
Er and Sharing Soap, Vinegar, Starch, Cigars, etc.
Ai has also on hand and for sale a large stock of
pint. 412111 - 111711.. S W. 11331101111 1.
gos and Shoulders, Mackerel. Codfish, Herring,
Beans, Dried Apples, Wheat Flour, Lard,
!vier, Chee.,e, Soda, Butter, and Boston Crackers.
Also—moot kinds of Frult and Nuts. Preserved
ii•coeo. Citron, Fig., Raismo, Oranges and Lemons,
weber isilth a large 'cork of Ciennan. French and
!merman Toys of all desert ptions and price.
( 1 Please give him a call. A. J. NOBLE.
Towanda, August !, 1853.
The .War Question Being Settled in
VIONTANYEs & l'O. have come to the conalu
-11 to enlarge their business, in view of the
unparalleled prolierity that must result fri,in a state
peace. They there(me. after returning thanks for
former favor., invite the attention of the citizens of
lin- and adrining cr-uni:r• to the ezatnination of
Tall and Winter Goods
c .no,,!ing of atl th. ; ane!:t , or Fancy and Dreas
11.,0dq. as ako heavy .rden.
Hard , r7rc. Crrekery Grocctes% Hainess and Car
nage Trimmtngc Iron. 'Leather' trc 4.c ,
all a which aiII be offered nt wholesale or retail, at
prices that cannot fad to please.
So. I. 1833.
DR. E. H. MASON,
PEITEIICIAN dic, BURGEON,
la:denee,yn Pine Street. opposite the 011 Presbyterian
06en his professional services to the., people of
torinda and vicinity. Can always be found et his
dice, in Dr. Poircs's Drug Store, when not pro
p• .. rs.b, s •r
is Corner of Mercur's B/ock, Main Street,
ARE now opening their stock of GOODS for the
Pall and Winter trade, comprising a full
incomplete assortment, and of the usual variety,
tun will be sold at a very email profit for Ready
Among the assortment of
e be found a great •ariety of Ladies' Dress Goods,
misting in part of
!eters Rrege Delaines, all-wool Delaines. Lawns,
plain and printed ; Vinghams English,
Scotch and American ; Poplins,
Prints of all shades and
colors tc , he
Lim, for men's wear may be found Broad Cloths,
funineres, Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans silk, Satin
ad Sommer Vestings.
Vto,Sheetiags, Shirtings, bleached and brown,
Txkines, Summer Goods for boys' wear, Cotton
fel Carpet, Warp, Cotton Batten. &c.. &c.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
A full stock will ne kept on hand. Those in want
Ougars.Teas. Coffee. Molasses, Stewart's best
I, ToP. 9 pices. Pepper Ginger. Saleratus, Floor,
7r,Tobacco, or any other article in this line,
well to call on us before purchasing else.
A large a splendid assortment. Crockary, Glass
ttdhtone-ware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps—
Nails. Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty.
tankful for the liberal petronage of the past sea
m. the onderaigned feel a pleasure in inviting the
pcblit to an examination of our Spring stock, be
nine !bat good Goods and low prices will insure
tipeedy sale for ready pay. TRACY & MOORE.
Towanda, Aug. 27 1853.
MORE NEW GOODS.
BURTON KINGS BERY
I 8 Sea opening a Nan , STOCK or Goons, Consist.
Mt of full and complete assortment of all-kinds
*ell Kill be sold as cheap as the same quality of
?Macao be bought anywhere this side of New-
To%randa Ptoguso, 1853.
NOTICE la hereby given that a special Court of
Common Pleas will be held in and for the
County of Bradford. at Towanda, commencing on
Monday the Ith day of November next, at 10 o'clock
A. M, and to continue one week, at which the Hon.
Roatav G. Warta will preside, for the trial of the
following causes, to Wit
Pendleton, Riley & CO. vs Henry W. Tracy.
Stephen Powell vs. Same, as garnishee.
Lyman Matson vs. Ira Jennings et al.
C. LC. Ile Chasteleaux vs. Lyman Matson.
Newton Humphrey vs. Wm Humphrey.
C. L C. De Chasteleaux vs. Ira Jennings et al.
Subpcenas returpable on Monday ,Nov. 7, 1853,
a IS o'clock, in the forenoon.
ALLEN M'KE AN, Proth.l.
August 30, 1853
rery fine variety of Satin and common paper
1 Hangings, curtain papers and transParrat
4 '! . shades, just reed by J. POWELL.
Fopda. Sept. 10 , 1853
ADM INISTR ATORS NO ricE.
kt , i• person s ,;,,;,.bled iu the estate of Elliott
Marsh, deceased, late of PIKE twp., are
" r "Y requested to make immediate payment and
4 '-it• having claims against said estate, will
" 44 e prebent them duly authenticated for settle
elePt, 22, Ad m'rik.
taan 8 pie Domestic Goods—am ammo,
.allY large stock of Cochecoan3 Merrimac prints, ,
64 rtit, sheetings, bleached and unbleached shirt
-71, licking s stripes, denims &c. Also black cloth,
i l e i a lad fancy cassiniereu, Sattinetta . Tweeds and
4t2 ckY Jeanreed 8 J. POW ELL.
Carpeting & Oil Mils.
1411 of each just receiveJ and for sale by
3ept J. POWELL.
Legal ' Milmuamft.
General Election :'Proclamation.
WHEREAS, by an act of assembly of the Cape•
monwealth, entitled " An act relating to the
elections of this commonwealth," it is enjoined up
pon me to give public notice offtoch election to be
held and also the enumeration in such notice what
officers are to elected, I, CHESTER THOMAS,
High Sheriff of the county of Bradford. do hereby
make known and give notice to the electors of said
county that a general election will b e held in said
county, on 'fossnar, the 11th day of October. in the
several districts in said county to wit:—
In Albany. at the sub.:fiance school Initial: near
In Asylum. at Jacob Frutchey's.
In Athens boroVu R. S. Mathewson's.
In Athens twp.. at the school house near William
In Armenia, of John S. Becker's.
In Burlington. et the school house et Budingtoa
four corners. ".
In Canton, at Benj Coolbaugh's.
In,Columbia, at James Morgan's.
In %tell. at the school house, called the centre
school house, near 8 Decker's.
In Franklin, at Wm Deemer's.
In Granville, at the school house, No. 1, at Gran—
lo Herrick, at the school house near Daniel Do
In Litchfield, at Cyrus Bloodgood's.
In Leroy, at the school house in Leroy.
In Monroe, at .1. P. Smith's.
In Orwell, at the house formerly occupied by I
In Overton, at the house of Wm Waltman.
In Pike, at E DeWon.
In Ridgbery, at 8 Harman's.
In Rome. at the Academy.
In Bheshequin, at D Brink's.
In Smithfield, at A J Glerould's
In Springfield, at T Wilder'&
In Standing Stone, at Simon Stevens'.
In South Creek, at the school house near A Gil—
In Towanda bor ', at the Grand Jury room in the
Court House, in raid bo-o.
In Piorth Towanda, at the house of 8 A Mills.
In South Towanda, at the school house near A C
In Troy boto', at the Eagle Tavern.
In Troy twp, at the house of V M Long, in the
boro' of Troy.
In TOgcarora, at the school house near James
In Ulster, at 8 II Holcomb's.
In Warren, at R Cooper's. •
In Wells, at L. Seeley's.
In Windham, at the house of Benj Kuykendall.
In W'yelusing. at the house of , J H Black
In Wilmot, at the house of Jason P Horton.
In Wysox. at the Academy.
n.l which time and places the electors aforesaid
will elect by ballot
One person for Judge of the Supreme Court
One person for Canal Corr.missioner of this Com
One person for Auditor Geueral of this Common-
One person for Surveyor General of thie Corot
One person to represent the 17th Senatorial Dis•
trio, composed of the counties of Bradford, Susque
hanna and Wyoming, in the State Senate of this
Two persons to represent the county of Bradford
in the House of Representatives of the Corn mon
wealth of Pennsylvania.
One person for Commissioner of said County.
One person for Treasurer of said county.
One person for District Attorney of said coon
One person for County Surveyor of said county.
One person for Auditor of said county.
And in and by said' act, I am further directed to
give notice •• that every person excepting justices of
the peace who shall hold any office of profit and
trust ander the government of the United States, or
of this state, or of any incorporated district and also
that every member of congress and of the state le
gislature and the select and common council of any
city or commissioners of any incorporated district
is by law incapable of holding or exercising, at the
same time, the office or appointment . of Judge, In
spector or clerk, of any election of this common.
wealth .ind that no inspector or other offier, of any
such election, shall be then eligible to any office to
be voted for.
By the 4th section of an act passed the 16th day
of April, 1840, it is provided " that the 13th section
of an act passed July 3, 1839, entitled '' An act re
lating to the election■ of this commonwealth," shall
not be so ciinstrned as to prevent an militia officer
from serving as .Indge, Inspector or clerk, at any ge•
neral or special election of this commonwealth."
in the 61st section of the act first above mention.
ed. it is enacted that every general and special eler,
lion shall be opened between eight and ten in the
forenoon, and continue without interruption or ad
journment until 7 o'clock in the evening, when the
polls shall be closed.
By the 18th section of the act passed Feb 3. 1846,
it shall be lawful, for the inspectors and judges of
any general election which shall be hereafter held
in the Armenia election district of Bradford county.
to close the polls of such election at 5 o'clock P M.
By the 1 lth section of the act of 11953. it is prowl
ded that the polls of the election district of Tusea.
rora twp. be closed at 5 o'clock P M.
it is further directed that the meeting (gibe judges
at the Court House in Towanda, to make out the
general return, shall be on the 9d day after the elect
tion, which will be on the 14th day of October.
The Return hidges for the 17th Senatorial Dis—
trict, composed of the Counties of Bradford, Sus•
quebanna and Wyoming. will meet at the Court
House in the boro' of Montrose, on the 7th day af
ter the election, which will be the 18th.
C. THOMAS Sheriff.
Sheriffs Office' Towanda, Sept. la, 1853.
ALL persons. knowing themselves indebted to the
estate of John J. Warlord, deceased, late of
Monroe township., are hereby requested , to make
immediate payment, and those having clainis against
said estate will please present them duly authenti
cated for settlement.
J. B. 811ITH, •
Sept. 12, 1853. Administrators
ALLpersons indebted to the -relate of Thos.
Bennight, dec'd, late of Ridgbnry township, are
hereby requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against said estate, will please
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
April St, 1853.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of John
Buck, deceased, late of Ridgbery twp., 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. A BIRA At PIERCE.
Administrator, with the NVill annexed.
Augwt 10, 18)3.
A T.T. persons indebted to the estate of P. D
11 Havens, dee'd. late of Standing Stone,are hereby
requested to make payment without delay, and those
having claims against said estate, will please pre
sent them duly authenticated for settlentent
43. I. BILES. Administrators.
A og. 27, ISM.
T ETTERS of administraton having been granted
_Lime undersigned by the Register of Bradford
county, on the estateiof Patrick Pyne, late of Athens
iwP•: deceased ; all persons indebted to said es
tete are hereby notified to make immediate paymcir
to the undersigned, and those hawing claims against
said estate will present them duly authenticated for
settlement. THOMAS FINE, Adm'rs.
Sept. 22, 1853.
IB now being replenished with a full and complete
Pain's, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, Pais Wines
and Diquors, 4. ,
In short, every thing connected with the trade. The
Goods have been bought extremely low, for cash,
and will be sold accordingly.
N. B. A superior article of Tanner's and Neat's
Foot Oil just received.
ccy Rzesasza the place-3 doors south of Mon.
tanye'a corner—same building of the' Argus Office.'
July 30, 1853.
NO. 2 BRICE ROW, BURNT OUT,
BUT STILL ALVE!
REMOVED to the store recently occupied by .
S. Bailey as grocery and Post office 3 doors
south of Montanyes corner, where he has received
a full, new and complete stock of DRUGS, MEDI
CINES, GROCERIEM, &c.which he will sell cheap.
er for cash than even
Here you will find annexed a few leading articles :
Senna Alex.. Fosgate's Cordial
Sap C Soda
Manna, Harlem Oil
Magnesia Calc'd Ointment,.Trasks
do Carb, Ido Dalley's
do S S do McAllester
do Henry's Shakers Herbs ;
Colocynth do Extracts
do Apoli! Tilden's Alcoeolic Ex't
Cochineal Rbei Extract
Trusses Hulls Jalap Extract
do Marshes, Meakim's Vanilla Ex't
do Shaker, do Lemon do
Balsam Wisters do Mace do
do Cheesmans do Almond do
do Fir t do Cloves
do Copabia do Allspice do
do Tolu I do Nutmegs do
do Peru do Peach do
do Pulmotrary do Ginger du
do Sulphur do Cinnamon do
Acid Tartaric do Orange do
do Acetic do Tonka do
do Bengonic Lubin'. Springflower
do Citric do Musk do
do Nitric do Violette do
do Oxalic do Magnolia do'
do Hy drocyane do Sweet Herd°
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 Bogue* do
do Neatsfoot Syringe, Pewter as'm'nt
do Almonds do Glass do
do Amber Rect Nursing Bottles, Glass
do Amber Red Ido do G. E.
do Anisi Rad Rhei Turk
do Caraway do do
do Croton do Ipecac
do Cubebs do Jalap
do Commie do Ginger White
do Fennel, do Orris
do Lemon Gum Camphor
do I assia do Opi Turk
do Cod Liver do Myrrh Tart
do Lavandula 0 do Arabic do
do Neroli do Copal
do Jesmin I do Aloes Soet
do Nutmeg do Aloes Cape
do Oringe Chloride Lime'
do Rhodium do Soda
do Rose Castor Russ
do Cedrat Isinglass do
do Copabia (Evens' Lancets
do Ergot Nitra Silver, Op't
do Verbena lOxid Bisnoth
do Vioiene 'Blue Pill i mer.
do Mellesse lodide Putass
do Mellefluer Tart do
do Patchauly Carb do
Brushes, Paint 'Satoh do
do Varnish 10austie do
do Hair Citrate Ferri
do Hair,Camel lodide do
do Nail Tannin
do Tooth IProto lod Mercury
do Shaving Strychn ia
do Flesh Piperin
do Cloth Elaterium
do Hat lodine
Soap, Yankee, Veratrin
do Crystalline Kreosote
do Rog. Wind Low's Hydra Cum Crete
do Coopers Morphine Sulph
do Rose do Act
do Victors Calomel, American
do Orange do English,
do Tooth Precipitate Red
do Erosivel do White
do Castile Snlph Zinei
do Military Bronze, Crimson
do Savin do Pale Gold
do Brown do Dark do
Frieophemns do White
Pain Killer Gold Leaf, Op't
Ayers Cherry Pectoral China Vermillion
Oxygenated Bitters " America do
Stoughton Bitters Prussian Blue
Chloroform Fig do
Hofiman's Anodyne Venitian Bed, English
Together with Paints, Turpentine, Varni.h, Dye
Woods & Dye:Stuffs, Glass, Putty, choice Groceries,
pure Wines and Liquors fur Medicinal purpoles.—
Also, Cigars of the best brand ; and all articles con
netted with the trade.
Having secured the services of Dr. S. HUSTON,
whr keeps his office at this store, and will give me
dical advice gratis to people, they , paying for the
medicines only. Physicians can rely upon having
their prescriptions careful:) , compounded and put
up. The stock has been selected with great care,
and the goods will be warranted as represented.
All of Dr. D. Jaynes' medicines. Ayres Cherry Pec
tonal. schencks Pulmonic Syrup of Yellow Dock
Root, Orrick's, Hobensacks, and Jaynes' Verrnifuge.
Together with all of the most popular Patent medicines
now in use constantly on band and for sale at
REED'S Drug Store.
Three Doors below Montanye's :orner.
. Towanda, January 3, 1853.
TOwanda and Burlington Plank Read.
THE Stockholders in this Road are hereby notified
that an instalment of Ttventy.five per cent. on
the amount of their Stock, will be due and payable
at the Office of Laporte, Mason & Co. on the 14th
of October nest.
By order of the Board,
B. S. RUSSELL, See,
TIIE largest stock ever offered for sale in Towan
da of Ladies embroidered ondereteaves, collars,
jaconett and swiss muslin bands, skirtings edgings
and inserting'', handkerchiefs, just received by
Elept 10. J. POWELL.
STRAIGHT LINE L--? 10 CURViS!
(Opposite the Waid Souse.)
GRATHFUL for past favprs, announces to his
friends and the public in general. that be still
keeps on hand a good-easortment - **sae MADE
Osmium, which be wl9 seU chin, for',Uart• He
believes that a 'Nimble sispence Is4wortn- mote
than a slow shilling.' He alsb has' continent:ed .
manufacturing Cloning-selecting the eloshililim;'
self in the city, a d employt gone but the best of
workmen in making them op. He would Assure
his enstomers`that his Clinhing is manufactured an.
der his own eye, and in his own shop. and not let
out by ihe job to nnetperienced or incompetent work
men. Thus, persons wishing a suit or any portion
thereof, tan order the same with - a perfect certainty
ofgetting a good
He has also on hand - a general assortment of gen.
tlemen's Shirts and penal's, which he will sell
cheap for cash.
ty:7 Custom work promptly done as usual. He
invites his friends to call on him opposite the Ward
House before buying elsewhere.
Now if you are wanting, you surely can find
Costs, Pants and Vests just made to your mind.
8o nice and so snug they'd suit to a T„
So perfectly fine, there's no room for a Sea.
If your linen wants changlpg,and sometimes it will.
You'll find shirts and collars fora very small bill;
Come then one and all, who are out clothes hunting,
And you can be fitted by Claciaoa H. Dorms
N. B. He is sole Agent for Hues Howl's Jr.
Patent Sewing Machine,
for the counties of Bradford and Susquehanna. Any
person wishing to purchase the right air using the
above Machine in said counties, can be accommo
dated by calling on him, Where they can see it opt--
rate. It Is well demonstrated that this machine is
the best patent now in use. Its validity has been
established by trial at laW in Boston, in July,
This trial resulted in fully confirming and establish
ing the claims` of llowe's Original Patent to the ex
clusive right and use of all needle and shuttle Ma
chines, or their equivalents, and the stitch and seam
formed thereby- 0. H. B.
The public are dautioned against purchasing spu
rious Machines, as all dewing Machines now in use
infringe upon this invention, and all parties who
have infringed, by using Machines or otherwise,
who wish to save legal expenses, may obtain proper
license under the original patent by applying as
Towanda, August 15, Insll.
In the south end of the Ward House,
DR. 11. C. PORTER,
Wholesale and ,Retail Dealer in
0 1.110111`) Di 01 14 DA
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &c.
THE assortment is large and very extensive, and
embraces almost every article used In the Arts,
either for medicinal, chemical or mechanical purposes.
Particular attention will be given to all who may
wish to examine the stock, the cheapness of which,
the quality considered, can not fail to satisfy those
Medical information will be cheerfully and grata
itous/y given to those who may wish to consult con
cerning themselves or their friends. Continuous sup
plies-of fresh and recently prepated articles will he
received carefully selected with a view to their use
fulness, and any article wanted not usually kept,
either will be found here or procured by Express for
those leaving their order.
Accommodating clerks will always be resly to
safely compound any prescription and endeavor to
make it (whatever the purchase) mutually agreeable.
All goods shall be considered warranted as repre
sented, and being Agent far the best and popular
Patent medicines, all those , found in this Store can
be relied upon in all cases as being genuine.
The stock comprises all kinds of
ACIDS, BA LSOMS, ESS EN C F.S.,
EXTRACTS, SEF.DS. LEA V ES,
GUMS, FLOWERS, OILS,
SALTS, ROOTS, HERBS,
PLASTERS, POWDERS, OIN F.NTS,
PI LIS, &C., &C., &C , &C.
All kinds soaps, perfumery. fancy goods and mis
cellaneous articles, brushes, trusees, supporters,
nursing bottles, breast pumps. thermometers, &c.
All kinds of dye stuffs, Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
Window Glass, &c.
New end beautiful patterns of Lamps, freNh burn
ing don't and camphene, choice brands of pure Ha.
vans cigars, tobacco, &c.
Sugar, Coffee and Tea of all kinds, molasses, spire
pepper. cloves, mustard, nutmeg, mace, fi.h, mains,
citrons, currants, salad oil, cocoa, chocolate, soda
butter crackers. rice, starch, ginger, saleratus, whiti
and bar soap, sperm and tallow candles, jugs, bottles
pipes, pepper sauce &c.
Cognise, Otani and American Brandy, St. Croix
Old Jamaica and New Eng'and hum, pure Noll and
and Am. (lin. Irish and Monongahela Whiskey, Ms
dri,a Lisbon. Sherry, Tencriffe Port; Muscat, Claret
and Champaign Wines—Cordials, Rose, Amour Mo
kee. Noyeau Sc , cheaper than ever offered.
Patent medicines, from Dr. Jayne, Fitch, Swayne
Brants,Orrick s,Tow Intend, Keeler. Schenk, Howland
Graefcnberg, he. Pepsin, Gargling Oil, Cholagogue
Acoustic Oil, Dyspepsia Bitters, Lyon' s Rat Pill s ,
Pain Killers, Pile Medicines, Salt Rheum, Tetter
Spavin, Founder, M'Allister . s Ointment, &c. Vernal
fuge, Galvanic curatives, Heave and Condition
Powders, Cherry Pectoral, Rock Rose, Cathoticon,
Tooth Ache Drops, Hair Invigorator and Hair I)ye,
Bed Bug Poison, Eye Waters, Wright's Smith's.
Bennett's sonie's, Jayne's Phinney's, and numerous
other kinds of Pills. All of which will be 54 , 1 d ai
unusually low rates.
in' Remember Dr. PORTEN ' S Dna , 81111 Chemical
Store'is in the South end of the War I House, fronh
ing the Public square. H. C. PORTER. M. D.
T HA RVk PH INN EY,..1r., having purchased for
J • rash of G. M. Bowman, his entire stock of
Merchandize at a price far below the actual cost to
New York, (and 15 per cent. lower than any Mer—
chant in Towanda has or can boy) is prepared to
sell for czsa. more Goods for one dollar, than any
man will sell for nine shillings! This stock lb
large, embracing all articles usually found in a
store, viz—Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Boots
and Shoes, Leather, Nails, Sash, Glass. Hats, Caps
and Bonnets. Alt of which will be sold as above,
and no mistake. At the Brick Store, corner of
Main and Bridge streets.
Towanda, July 18, 11453.
CAME to the enclosure of the subscriber in She.
shequin twp., on the 3lst ult.. a large Redtoti,
about 6 or 7 years old, middling sized horns, and
not particularly marked. The owner is requested
to prove property, pay charges and take her away.
Sheshequin, Sept. S, 1853.
AvirattlbetiollitsiltaeMne at.tialltalaLitt the imissaaristawftititikter New INT*, eel. I ass.
A DitAftitstAlk Via - Friattrita lastttate t P Iladelphta. Ftritt Preialtuut.a lh late
will a IDtplaaas lit thy litrestabester Vainaty Pair at White . Plains.'
In the present arrangement of this highly ippirmad and
valuablelllill, the labor L. divided hy arranging r rutting
Cylinder to tweak the apples, and then deliver them to the
lower Cylinders to be reduced to By thin ar
rangement the work is performed teeter and a ith much
The Preis 111 arranged with • much forger screw than
tbrmerly, and bye yen , Ingentona device the nee of the beg
In dlepensod with and the Tub made to open at will to
-Iher the pomace, while at the flame time the °bicycle left
clear and Clio work cen be dome with much lea labor than
by the old method. The Cylinders are resent with havy
sheet %lnr, leah on their pacripheriee soli code; the wood
In them la errangeal sn no not to ' , well; and the whole er.,rk
on the Slid and Pram mule in the r , rry b.t monn e t end
arranged with expected view to their duinhility and eerrie,
o Farmer Who WWI. the 11111 rarvfnify end according
to directions will be disappointed; Nit ou the other
hand he will first' thin one of the =A valuable and eilideut
machined on hi farm.
... .... .. .... .
The umehine to mode to run by holm, steam. or him' 11' rh all the ndr.date.zein et...tilting from 111.. t.r.......im end
power, and when the µmien are e.round. a efelliti boy of 11 no. of each n marl:Mir-et a prke melon. that it t, molts
years of age am press the pomace with all ease. the reach of all eau it In. Coot any infolli.....ent form a
In all former thee', It war 1.111.4,1 I hats large quantity I .. mild do without it` -
Of Cider areLl only b. made by tying a pornirenne Medlin°. 1 ho you what to Leto it , tour hon.e et all timer Cider lint
that slowly rruaii.l thr emirs without grinding them fine. 1.....,.. I. and frirh, the mil,. tine It I. ;rally heal' by and rt
They were then tondo Una a maselve ehrem its straw. ond a 1 for in..--and ,b, you ,, j,i, to ~,-.• . g.,,,i 1 ,,,,,0 0 o r th e
moat anew and long progen wee required to oxtrort a hard labor attending the In uking of
portion of the Cider. a roargiderablecinantity beluga temried Apple-hotter 2 if -... bay thin marline and our wont
te straw and the num+ of prunes.: mei to obtain t hi. for it ..... alit 1,. t !r dl ulpein bd.
tlttitatigt,ntm - v reoult the firmer had to take all Ills heeds, rid Mill 1.. wartan....l .t....r , rto wry other portable
and perhaps lilt six-horre teom. and denote a whole day that Mill 1e• i tont,. n th l the 1',,•; rietor in emit et at..., time.
mull here been more profitably employed, In make from lnn :sir "oil, hong gym.) in dot it with any Portable
Mx to eight barrels of Cider. To obtiate the ditheult. the Ili t hot t. Ott: aft i.a . , ion. -mast cm it.
Farmer Imes heretofore labored ander. this Marline ha, P rm.. r.., e yarnlne flit" newly IMPROVED
beep Invented, and the statement of a fees fora will prole 11111.1., before y out buy any, ositer.
that it is not only the begt Alechine of the kind in existenee, t e , evrotelt ant lie*, of Oil,. marbly.. on., ail morel, Is,
but It I. the most profitable that a man can have on hi. 'tun It w ill ll ISt C tinlte up. and hard or es,fi apple.
farm. The apples are by thla Machine grated op into a fate est , bo ^eu let .111.1 3 itt tio: l : lindorn. a ill alwa • rt main
pulp. to that It toquires but a comparntivel light poreanm. elror awl in t••itolir a ewer
and that but a admits or two. to attract 'all the Cider. It Ail dol.-, i. ill 1.. 1C.10.1 in the , elt.r it. obi It tit./ are
being awertained by practical experiment that One-Fourth reeeiryl. an . tit ,4.r- r. I , "I .. ~ l ,r.e I hot, et old do well t o
more jui•e con be ohtainel than by the old provers— De- remt their only,. ..a:I : in' :mot. ut t but tine the, want
aides this. I , only ryinirea two hands to grind up and make the Mill Feint.
Into Cider a larger quantity of apply' than can be peegibly Tian Mill. attend. , ' , y '2 torn. V I}l, „-hen pro.-rl3 worked
done on the old-faddocurd machines. On this press. owing amordieg to din c•I .n. :....10. . b. I.! barrel..n. f 'es. n ,Iny--
to thr compartneen of the pomace in the tub, and the can- and will grind alone by homepow..r from WO to :Am busbnia
plate manner In ellieh it Is ground 4 a preemie of from ato of PTO.t a day.
6 tone—that can easily be obtained—will produce a more AYR" The Prim r f the .Ml'l I , 1.• to, free ..• frrirlit
favorable result than fifty tone pressure on the ordinary llARldett. Pe, PA, tiny. 15..3... W. 0. HICKOK.
Entered ...rani" to let of Con‘rese, in tae )thr 15.1. in the Utstrict Court of the Eastern District of Deans:lcent.
n's Persons need not hes:tve to order, because they live some diti ante away—as I will allow th •
freight to be taken off the prig of the machine; and when they get it itle .t ran p u,t• li •t.nt and semi
the balance by mail to me. W. v HICKOK.
Banat tinge. Penna.
few , LEAVE Towanda for Mere ur's
W a . mills,Burlington.East timith6clJ
_ ge err}, de
pot on the N. V. & E. R. R.. every Mosniir, WED.
PIESII•T and Farnst at B o'clock A. M., and arrive
at the depot in time to take the evening train of cars
either east or sect, same day.
Returning Tussosv, TUrRSDAT and Serritosr,
after the arrival of the Eastern train, and also the
Western cars from Jefferson, Elmira, &c., and ar
rive at Towanda same day.
Fans :—Towanda to Mercer's mills, 37i
" to Burlington, 50
to East Smithfield, 62.}
" to Ridgebery. 1,00
" to Wellsburg depot. 1 n
:press packages to or from the Rail Road care
fully delivered at moderate charges.
D. 111 L-BULL.
Towanda, Oet 8, 1852. Proprietor
Another Arrival of
jj S. MERCUR is now receiving another New
s Assortment of Goods, consist= as usual of
almost everything u wanted in the line of Metchan
dize, which will be sold very cheap for CASH.
Towanda, Jane 29, 1953.
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS.
n D. BARTLETT, is now receiving a large
k—f• and carefully selected stock of
bought for ca.h since the late decline in pri,e-,
which he will offer for seedy pay at prices winch
cannot fail to give satisfaction—among other thing ,
no invites particular attention to his assortment of
Towanda, April 15, 1853.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, TOWANDA.
on the eutrth end oldie Ward liouee, tlatcly occupied
by Laporte, Mason& Cu.)
Towanda, March, 5, 1553.
FRESII AND NEW ARRIVAL OF
SPRING *c SUMMER
4iG,..-` 41C31P Ilit7b 311]. Mii •
MONT./MY:E . :a & CO.,
ORNER of the Public square and Main Sirret
Tott and,i, Pa., resmecitui!y give notice that
.they ale now npend.7, and receivadz direct trnin
City of New York, their NEW s I'OCK of :WRING
utd:sl . MllEn IiOoDS, which, won- their tr,,r met
, tor k nn hand, comp ri , c, ore of the la rg . c.:t aod
-elected a , s •riinents to be found 01 New Vol
Having been purchd,ed at
EA T• BA rt A I N s!
rhev are enabled toe ffer them cheApe , than ever.—
l'hey invute ' , min-Mar attention to their asvutnn n!
of Ladies' Dress Goods
Consisting of Jaconet and Siviss Mussin g Pruned
Lawns, Giorhams, Raid Mu.lins, Merrimac,
Cochern, Fs.tt nicer and other style. of
American Print , . in endless variety, a
larze assortment and for :tale
cheap. They have also a
large variety of YANKEE NO.
TI INS, embracing allawsievery thing
from a Crochet Nectile to a Lady's batch-
el. They invite particular attention to their
aseortment of Carpeting of all prices and styles
and Sunsmitr Hats, Boors and
shoes, Shoe Findings and Leather, Gru
cenes, Crockery. Shell /fa:Aware' 4fie.
Their Stock has heeii .sclet.tr.l with care, and wilt
be sold cheap. Farther eninmentis unneec , sat v
—give us a call. and we will show you our good',
and prices. and convince you that the above is no
fiction. Our motto is, •• Sn u •ll Pi (dos R Quick
Returns. MON TAN iLS d Ci)
Towanda, March IG. 1853.
THE subscriber lost on the 3d inst., in this brim'
a small BLACK MOROCCO Pock r.T.l.looir, con
taining, besides a small sum of money, notes and
papers of value to him, but useless to any one
The finder is welcome to the money. and will he
farther rewarded by returning the other content.,
with or without the pocket-book, either through the
Net Office or otherwise.
Towanda, Aug. 21, 1853.
1 700 PAIRS of Mum', Worneus' Chi!,
tirens :?huc i , fir sitle by
TRACY & MOORE.
I' ROVED CIDEIt MILL
niter Prom. even If the apples were ground ae Cody ao on
the improved Mill: sod if the applea were toerel) ("malted,
na us. the Nut diathise. It would require a mecum of one
Mu:deed tour to protium . the moult emompilelud by tribe
Patent 111 U. The r 'flowing may be adduced as the deeidied
advantage of this
Fi rat—l t w ill meke mon: Cider than any other Preen. wHh
a Oren quantity of apple% ha a given Little, and with much
lota lalaw mad
'Second—it rri7= cleaner and eneetereklit than any
Third —You um make the Cider as mn en^t it and when
yon Rant It—and In qua:4lll,l frmn one gallon to 13 or In
}'north—With It eon ran prem. your enrrnnta. Cherriea.
Cita., itu:ter, Lard. and 'tnltnvr.
Fifth -Viith it yna ern •nro one.-fourth of yunr
time In making Apple-butler.
hi•th-A‘ith U ure volt can at t. I Ullll, hare Fresh
and Sweet Cider.
VP, Ito , l r trnp:cted a Urge and finnyfinishe d HStore on the ktte of the tan they imd totrn o et ,
and filled it .ith the largest and most cotnprehrut—
lye stock of
Groceries, Provisions, '2%ankee Notions,
Fruit, Ccnfecticzrry, t - e?oys, &c.
ever exhibit , d this ih.• city.
We h tve bought lot at i,des of the best
quality ; consequently are prepared 61 Nell at as
low prices as the same quality cantsc inaight at
any other place. And we flatter uni-elvcs that it
fortune has beer mains& sts. (tire hastn; consum
ed two stores and one stock 01 . guod.) our old cus
tomers will not fulluw the precedent, if they call
and see our stuck and hear the exceedingly low
prices. Among the many articles we hare arc
vla and loolcr era,
shad. ncrr: ig. peqw..es I , ranq onkoi Acc
FR.IIIT AND NUTS,
Pre,wt , , c l prnno , , rito.ns. rai.ins
gr.scn and ,!ne 1 a rd:,:q. hnon•l, grni , !•;.
an,l 'vra2.l nuts, peanuts, chest
MILS, hickory 11111 , , I. ' k I . •
10.,:d,c, 7 ;3't..1(),1X:i
OPPSITE THE COURT HOUSE.!
Ft a, stizar, cotiee, chocolate, c.ena, mcla sec,
Steu a ris syrap, gm:sr pepper...l,o%cl nut.
mega, cinarrhar, salerata , , I t, cream
Round in u4ta rd, pepper er.!.up, can
dles, kir soap, vii.e:zar, starch 6e., Sc.
Me , s mirk and ber;', ham,'
holt he..t timer. coral
E .1 4 0 TZ OA'S,
Ivory, horn and wood pocket combs, toilet, combs,
fine combs, hair, droll, teeth, infants, and lilscking
brushes, wallets. portr , loonies. and purses of mane
styles, pocket ink stand., pock t and small fancy
mirrors. Inharro, hires, , r1)11" hoses, and almoz.t
every article in this •ins. Work bones. toilet cases,
secretaries. plain and embroidered, work baskets of
German,French and American TOYS of every
andprire. fete eir,h , n and pe w t er t ea
setts. for lode girls. and a few boys'
BROI% . 'N'S WASH Ito 11Z Dst,'SUtiAl BOXES,
WILLOW AND SPI,IN M \
SAL T ,
Ashton dairy salt, ground rocli sal , , l'ina salt hoih
coarse and fthe. Also, a yiantity of \Volta Stow.
CANDY viti-le•alo or rrtad, ri:l 1,n,1q an 1
ennumer ilde other arie;, , , ft : r Na'n• at the ill'W
Oppil•lte row! Howe.
Towanda, Dre. 1, 1-4:113 13 ‘1Y.1:1 NT3VINS.
CLOTHING'I I ORII I ,,
Z. & 1. 1 . A L'irg..A.WDZlt, CO.
N the 'lnc:: r.e%t r M.-, p
j i i,t heir stock, a la' ..;e and
•narri,n To II to.A
CCV crV rar.r c,l ift .1.4% It awl rice, to
:he c an..0.:,0n of the MI., 1, nor
the I .1 - gc,l stock
Ever Offered in, linecnida
and will be sold at prices consilable lower , n
ever before known in thts place.ir good. a r,•
selected with a regard both to a, vie and pi trt, at,•l
nfer irdarernents,not 4) be nit 9 t other
Strangers visitir To-a - cnin,cr nth
ern in want of CLOT:EA/NG will find
THE I. 1 / 2 ItC.EsT EN r
at rur r\t e atAishm en! , t.. 01 the coylitry,
an.l ma, in such stv!, in:iLcilal.= a euture
satisfaction. We Nha'.l th!. n r hy
LOW rizacra cet Ci-CCD C 2,43 TESING,
to secure WI - outage. frelintz cot - 111 , 1ot! !hal our
will ~ .;ive• sauaa,Lem to she p irchastr.
The aswrime.tit rt el r article requifed
for a .eralcurlo'. Atql.
- tt , P. , ts Cap, (ty
r1nN1.7 , --Ne dth.r Alercur's Main
St. ; and No. 7 %N . aier a. Arn.,ut4 HO,
Elmira; and under the Troy Ex , hange, Tror , Pa.
3 . ...k11 Rind , of (.7“.inTry t.k
en in eschange for Go( d•. 'n.tv.in la, M.l 10,'53.
DI LsTs and* GINGFI.IMS.- 7 -A new asaortmeht
I of l'r!ros an ;ust received et
May 20, 19: 4 3, MEROI.I2.