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o ie rly Station, N. Y. & E. B. RD . u TIME TABLE....'-- XXIO or. a , xl ootais yam s. ir. ino Dress, e x 12 34,•Day Express, pX 3 00 "i t Etpress,e $ 11 291• Night Express. a a 3 44 e x 5 52 Mail, No i 110. r Iff 7 33 10 1 l So 7 AX 7 4 Iliad, No 2 ax 7 38 ,connitti Ex. •x 4 OXEmigraat p, 4 0 totOdaXoo is 6 351Aceomodation a x 12 02 tal l tre ed Na 2e it 15.5 Freight No 1 aiso 57 ii,:glit No 4A V 2 00 1 Freight No 3 PX9 40 .ponot stop at Waverly. r :: COACHE§leave Waverly for Athens,Tosranda, Tunkhannock :16844:405 and intermediate places, every tog. aft-er the arri+al of the Trains. ig, leave Towanda. (after the arrival of goo twigouthern stage.) at I2i o ' clock, P. M ,reachin g to tone for all the evening trains, east and co, Iley 6. 103. Non lbvertisemiuts ESTILAIN ri AgE to the enclosure of to übteriber, in War ki re , / sp.. about the 4th f July. a pair of deep rear old:stem., haying no particular marks. n i e over requestel to—prove property, pay dirge and take them away HENRY BILLINGS. 'sink A'arren. Oct. 4, 1853. NOTICE. OE quota of Pamphlet laws of the Sescion o f 1 the legislature of 1883. fo , Bradford county bobeen reed. at th . Prothonotary's office. and iltrady for distribution to entitled to re— el Ihral. ALLEN WKEAN, Pro'ty. act. 6. 18:3. LOST: Tuf,d.y. 27111 wt.. a red morocco NOTE j CASE. containing noted and other papers.— nit 6a ter will be liberally rewarded by returiffog it am toort, or leaving it at the office of the Bradt LI?. Reporter. H.S.PHINNEY. lidaroeion, Oct. 5. 1853. List of Letters, RENIAINING in the Pos. Office at Towanda Oct. 1, 1853. 'lined Mrs A 4 o craft %V H innstrontr Mary tr , rel ", born D A 9•,,rtnson Rev W A 101 l Bolton 3rnnts Martin 3rennen Mary 3orrman J Si Bowman levusha Brann Ann ranzley Thomas Croupe John cook S B Coon Ann Courtney John roper SoI "gamin:, Harvey Carpenter Levi IS Bats Wm 'ore John palm Patrick Dreker Philura le an Jerry r..:'Pf:Jame4 re: K 'par , Loh n John 2 icor . 3r‘rost. Samuel 3,e , re.r John I• fle 41,“ E Nt Iq 3 lN Marv.. retell. Mr. F Irm Maurice .ncb John Leihbey Nathaniel 2 Lesley J P 4 Lyman. James Miller W Maynard D D Mulligan Anora M'Donell Mrs Miller Mrs Lydia o.hea Pail ick Patrick S G Prise W I. Phelps Delon Park Joseph Barber James • vorer , Olive E Parm ire Henry Patterson Marinda Russell Joseph Rindild Lydia Ryan Patrick 3 Fotran Michas' Swartwood Daniel 2 Shanahan James Sullivan John Smith Henj. Shields T J Simmons Solomon Stibeiie J G Ti:!man Miss Rebecca 'Ferret; FI N. Uppeth Amanda Miss Miss R Walker Mr. Mary Williams 'l' A Whaling Wilcox B Welti.n Martha Miss \Valdo Mrs S D Writs Miss M A CHARLES REED P. M. NPcrJ.M. COLLI S Deputy. D'A. OVERTON, I. :TOIINEY AT LAW. TOWANDA, PA. pCE .n the second story of the Uninn'Elock. -h sole of the Public square, over the oflice C. Adams, Esq. Sept, 24. TOWANDA 22,1111H1Y1ff. HlSlnctitution,for the education of young ladies ”e.ned on Tuesday the 20th September, in late formerly occupied by Mr. Mercur.— Jtvr under the charge of Miss 00%1u D. HA.- .aidt.d by her sister. Miss REDECCII D. HANSON. t number of pupils is limited to thirty. The I,tstic year consists of forty-four weeko. 'ow—s6, $9, and $l2 per quarier, according to !Idles puNued. Noextra charge for the Latin Language. French, 74r clarter. • Ittnivicts—Rev. Dr. MACI.T.V.V. Vice President .• College of New Jersey, Princiston. EaL DAVID NV :Limier. Lint( Loson-rz Esq., C. L. 111, Eby., Hcor. CI, no. SA No kasoN, Towanda. 311 , 1111r-7IPW IMS REBECCA D. HANSON proposes to give invructmn to the young tidies of this pace al e Plot.. Term—lSM per quarter. Wicalion to be made to Miss Hanson at the tird Rouse. or at tha Towanda Female Seminary. 15 rotriaber 22, I Fh3. I, . Millinery and Manunmaking. 6 \IRS. M. D. FOWLER ha's the pleasure to an— • I tounee to the Ladies of Darell and its sicini - I r. !tithe has established herself at the house of . , V Bi‘hop, where she will with pleasure ssa;t up %tem to lier line of business. Bhe iespectfully , r. , : , their patronage, and tra.ts that her mo.ler— "Ptes and her desire to please, will be an in. %ttmetit for them to rise her a call. , DtrellSept. 19 1853 DR. J. TREMAIN, • TOULD respectfully inform the citizens of Brad County, that he has permanently located tztelf in the village of Le Maysville, where he 'NB be happy to wait upon such as may be afflicted vial Diseases, whether focal.generaf. chronic or acute. rile Doctor •otild also state, that he has not only read,and ?molted medicine for years in Chenango county, but be bac taken two courses of lectures at Central Mol,cal College, N. V., under inatruc.ions of L. DVirt. M. D., Prof of Anatomy and Oper- L '" B "Pry,lloir of Rochester city. Levi Reuben, ;rot of Physiology and Pathology. now of New , G 4 "Y. Orrin Davis, M. D., Prof. of Obstetrics. r . C. Dolley, M. D•• Prof. Principles and Practice !Physic and Surgical Diseases. W. W. Hadley. Prof. of Materia Medics, Therapentics and harmony. now of Rochester city. A. K. Eaton,A. I LA D., Prof. of Chemistry and Forensic Medi— CIL L. C. Dolley, M. D.. Demonstrator of A nato ?) and Surgical Prosector. Wm. W. Hadley, M. ' , Dean of the Faculty. Office opposite D. Bailey & Son's Store. w*Vseille -Sent • 3 1353 • • • Nada and Burlington Plank Road. RR Stockholders in this Road are hereby notified that an instalment of Twenty-five per cent. on amount of their Stock, will be due and payable 4 t . Office of Laporte, Mason & Co. on the 14 th °cl6 ll next. By order of the Board. B. S. RUSSELL. oSec'y 71. Z. IMAM= Trom .r r. JT Ir. , wee with the Regisief and Recorder: TowaswA. P►. F A IL!, TUBS AND MATS —A new supply of , Painted tubs and pails. also Aliesut mats. just ! , rti at mayls MERCURIO WIEIM P110017N121 IPROMMEM, Tx7 ILL be at BAILEY & NEVlN 4 l4.orocery and WV Provision and Fancy Store, opposite the et.urt Arouse, Towanda, after the 15th of October. till Jan. nary 1. 1854. • STRAYED OR S i OLEN, FROM the premises of A. B. Smith, in Ulster tp., on Thursday night Sept. 22d, a large bright red Cow, 6 year. old, with straight handsome horns and marked with a swallow-tail its the right ear. Who— ever will give information where said cow can be found shall be reasonably rewarded. Ulster, Oct. 1, 1859. ALLEN SOPER. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. ALLp. rsons indebted to the estate of Alexander Madill, dec'd late of Wlysox township. are hereby requested to malie payment without delay ; and all persons having claims against said estate will please present ahem duly authenticated for iet. Clement. HENRY J. MADILL. Executor. Sept. 28, :M53. log EMPTY Barrels, suitable for Cider, Pork e7Liand Beef packing. &c. in good order, for sale cheap at' REED'S DRUG STORE. Rept. 4. 1853. NEW FALL WADS ! S. MERCUR has just received another large H• assortment of Goods of-every description, to which - additions will be made Every week,and which will be sold as usual very cheap. Towanda. Sept 20, 1853. SALT—A quantity of Salt just FPceived by H. S. MERGUR NOTICE. - FI R. J. E. M, of Monroe, ha. located in 11 ‘Vyset, at the Presbyterian Parsonage. September 22, 1853. UMW 600010041 Just received by Joseph Powell. rr He attention of the public is respectfully invited to a large and complete assortment of Staple and Taney Dry Goods, Groceries Hirneare Crockery. Boots and Shoes. Hats and Caps Corpetin... Paper Hang ings. Leather. //rugs. Plots Oils 4c. All of which will be sold at the lowest market price f.rcssn or country produce. Towanda, Sept. t O. 16153 The War Question Being Settled in EllE_T Mt CCM 111:"11.10 MONTA.NY & rO. have come to the ccnclu sicm to enlarge heir business, in view of the unparalleled pro%per,!v that re,olt !tom a slate peace. They ther(q-re, af;er returning thanks for former favor*, invite the attention of the citizens of this and adjoining counties to the examination of their Fall and Winter Goods consisting of all the varieties or Fancy and Dress Goods, as also.heavy st.iples. Hardware. Crockery, Groceries, Thrnrss and Car riage Trimmings. Iran, Leather. 4'c, ire , all of which nill he offered at vkholesale or retail, at prices that cannot fail to please. Sept. 1, 1 R 53. MORE NEW GOODS. BURTON KINGS BERY 18 Now opening, a NEW STOCK or GOODS, consist "- ing of full and complete a,Nortment of all kinds 31E C hi I'l D 1 Z which will be ' , old as cheap as the same citiality rf Good■ can be bought anywhere this aide of New- York. Towanda, August 20,1853. SPECIAL COURT NTOTIOE is hereby given that a special Court of .1.11 Common Pleas will be held in and for the County of Bradford. at Towanda. commencing on Monday the ith day of Novelnhor neat, at 10 o'clock A. M., and to continue one week, at which the Hon. bt, , nEtr 6. WHITS will preside, for the trial of the following causes. to t, it Pendleton, Riley & Co. vs Henry W. Tracy. stephen P well vs. same. as garnishee. Lyman Matson vs. Ira Jennings et al. C. L. C. lie Chasteleanx vs Lyinan Matsnn. Newton Humphrey vs. Wm Humphrey. C. 1.. C: De Chasieleaux Ira Jennings et al. Subpernas returnable on Monday Nov. 7, 1853 at 18 o'clock, in the forenoon. ALLEN M'KEAN,Proth'y AHIZUIci. 30. 053. Paper Ilangiage, t very fine variety of Snlio and common paper 1 . 1 Hangings,curiain papers and transparent win— dow shades, jog recd by , J PUVVELL. Towanda. Sept 10, 1853. ESTRAY. CAME to the enclosure of the subseriber. Til Stinci , mg Stone tp , about the Rth of August, one Red Heifer, two years of 1, horns lop over the eye ; also a Heifer two years old, red, with some u bite spot,. and one yearling Red Heifer. The owner is reques ted to prove property, tte. , A. Aug. 30, 1R53. A complete ascivirrient a black, plaid and colored .71 ilre,s silks—all wooldelaine.i,mouslin delairms, DeDeges, Tbibet cldths, parameitas, Stc, itt.t receiv ed by J. ,P 0 WELL. Hats, Caps and Bonnets. A large Mock nf Fall Bonnets and Trimmings.— /X Also Hats 4- Caps of every description for meds and boys wear, for sale by J. POWELL. DR. E, H. MASON, prrsrszczaN & SURGEON, Residence. 07i Pine Street. nplinsite the old Presbyterian Offers h:s professional services to the people of Towanda and vicinity. Can ultrups he found ut his office. in Dr. PonTsn's Drug store, when not pro fesuionally engaged: 600W0 , 4 Grote' y and Provision Store. One door South of 3. H. Phorney's Store, Main Street . THE subscriber being desirous of enlarging his business, would respectfully announce to the citizens of Towands and vicinity that he is just re ceiving from New York and is now cpening for sale a large assortment of 4 I r -/Mijo, SUCH AS Tea, Sugar, Coffee. Rice Molasses, Stuart's Syrup, Tobacco, Ginger, Pepper, Spice. Gloves. Mace, Nut• meg, Cinnamon, Saleratus, Cream Tarter. Soda, Ground Mustard, Peppee San, r. Catsup. Candles. Bar and Shaving Soap, Vinegar , Starch, Cigars, etc He has also on hand and for sale a large hock of 11Po RIII:1111 - i71151/111[ 11 13 10 1 1 ST.. 51 . Hams and Shoulders. kfackeiel, Codfish, Herring. Potatoes, Beans, Dried Apples, Wheat Flour, Lard, Butter, Cheese, Soda, Butter and Boston Crackers. Also—most kinds of Fruit and Nuts, Preserved Prunes, Citron, Figs, Raisins, Oranges and Lemons, together with a large stock of German, French and American Toys of all descriptions and price. 0:1' Please give him a call. A. J. NOBLE. ' Towanda, August t. 1853. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ALT. persons indebted to the estate of N. D. Warford, deceased, late of Monroe twp.. are hereby requested to make payment without delay 4 and all persons having demands against said estate ant requested to present them duly authenticated for settlement. ZERIAH ROCKWELL,Adm's 0. A. WARFORD, I - ' Monroe, Sept. 29, 1853. neon. JOSEPH POWELL MEI tea General Election Proclamation. WHEREAS. by an act of assembly of the Com monwealth, entitled " An act relating to the elections of this commonwealth." it is enjoined np pon me to give public notice of such 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 herelm make known and give now, to the elector of said county that a general election will b e held in said county, on Tussnsr, the 11th dily of October, in tht several districts in said county to wit:— In Albany. at the sub-dirtnet school house near Campbell's mill. In Asylum, at Jacob Frutchey's. , In Athens born'. at R. 8. Mathewson's. • In Athens twp., at the school bops, near William Scott's. In Armenia. of John 9. Decker's. In Burlington. at the school house at Burlington four corners. In Canton. at Benj Coolbaugh's. In Colombia, at J.mes Morgan'.. In Dwell, at the school house, called the centre school house, near tS Decker's. In Franklin. at Wm Deemer's. In Granville, at the school house, No. 1. at Gran— ville corners. In Herrick, at the school house near Daniel Do. rand's. In Litchfield, at Cyrus Bloodgood's. - In Leroy, at the school house in Leroy. In Monroe, at J. I'. Smith's In Orwell, at the house formerly occnpled by I. H Ross. In Overton, at the house of Wm Waltman. In Pike. at E DeWain.. In Ridebery, at S Harman's. In fl-me. at the Academy. • In Sheshequin, at D Brink's. In Smithfield. at A J Germ,l,l's. In sprin2field, at T Wi:der's. In Standing Stone, at Simon Stevens'. In South Creek, at the school house near A Gil let l's. In Towanda b0r..% et the Grand Jury room in the Court House, in said boro. In North Towanda, at the house of 8 A Mills. In Smith Towanda, at the school house near A C Gregg's' In 'Troy two'. at the Eacle Tavern. In - Troy twp., at the house of V M Long, in the boro' of Troy. • In 1 uscarors, at the school house near James Black's. , In Ulster, et S B Holcomb's. In Warren, at R Cooper's. In Wells. at 1.. tgeeley s. In Windham, at the house of Benj Kuykendall. In Wyelusing. at the house of I H Black In Wilmot, at the house of Jason P Horton. In Wysta, at the Academy. nt which time and places the electors aforesaid will elect by ballot One person for Judge of the Supreme Court of this Commonwealth. f One person for Canit Commissioner of this Corn monwe ilth. One person for Auditor Get eral of this Comm( n wealth. One person for Surveyor General of thie Com , monwealth. One person to represent the 17th Senatorial Dis trict, composed of the counties of Bradford. Susqne hanna and Wyoming, in the State Senate of this Commonwealth. Two persons to represent the county of Bradford in the House of Representatives of the Corn mon wealth of Pennsylvania. One person fur Commissioner of said County. One person fur Treasurer of said county. One person fur District Attorney of said coun- ty. One person for County Surveyor of said county. One person for Auditor of said county. And in and 11 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 under the government of the United States or of this State, or of any incorporated district and also that every mr,mber 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 rim-, the office or appointment of Judge, In spector or clerk, of any election of this common. wealth nd that no itispec'i.r or other oilier, of any such election, shall be then eligible to any office to be voted for. By the 4th secti m of an act passed the 16th day of April, 1810, it is pr - vided that the 13 , h section of an act passed July 2, 1839, entitled An act re ; toting to the election• of this commonwealth," shall not be so c•;ns•rned as to prevent an mil.tia officer from seivitht as Judge, Inspector or clerk. at any ge• neral or specisl election of this common weilth." In the 61st section of the act first above mention• ed. it is enacted that every general and special elec. 'ton 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 sec•ion of the act passed Feb 3.1846. it shall be lawful for the inspectors and judges of any ganeral 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 11th section of the act of 1853. ii is provi ded that the polls of the election district of Tusca' rora twp. be closed at 5 o'clock P M. It is turther directed that the meeting of the judg,es at the Court House in Towanda. to make out the general return.. hall be on the 3.1 day after the elect Lion, which will be on the 14th day of October. The Return Judg,es for the 17th Senatorial Dia— trirt, composed of the Counties ~ 1 * Bradford, Sus , cnehanna and Wyoming will meet at the Court FEnise in the boro' of Montrose, on the 7th day al ter the election, which will be the 18th. C. 'THOMAS Sheriff. Sheriff's Office Towanda, Sept. 12, 1853. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE A M. persons knowing themselyts indebted to the .13. estate of John J. Warlord, deceused, late of Monroe township., are hereby requested to make immediate payment, and those having claim , against said estate will please resent them duly authenti• cated for settlement. J. T.. rOCKWELL, J. B. smart!, FA,p,. 12. 1R53. AdininistrAtore EXECUTOR'S NOTICE ALT, persons indebted to the estate of Thos. Bennieht, ilec'd, late of Bidgbury township, are hereby requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against said estate. will please present them duly authenticated for settlement. HIIEUBY BENNIGHT, Executrix. April 21, 1833 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE ALL persons indebted to the estate of P. D Havens, dec'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 settlement S. W. BILES. Administrators DEBORAH HAVENS. Aug. 27, 1853. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE T ETTERS of administraton having been granted the undersigned by the Register of Bradford county, on the estateiof Patrick Pyne, late of Athens twp., deceased ; all persons indebted to said es utte are hereby' notified to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and those having claims aga ins said estate will present them duly authenticated for settlement- THOMAS PYNE, Adm'rs. Sept. 22, 1853. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE A LL persons indebted to the estate of Elliott .11 Marsh, deceased, late of PIKE twp.. are hereby requested to make immediate payment and those having claims against said estate, will please present them duly authenticated for settle ment. JOSEPH MARSH Sept. 22, 1883. Adm'w. IattROCHE SHAWLS—A large sod spiralled is rortment Fist re'e4 J. PO wil."t.' • • 1E In the 6outh cud of the Vard House, - TOWANDA. DR. H. C. PORTER, DRUGS, MEDICINES, THE assortment is large and very extensive, and embraces almost (very article used in the Arta. 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 nut fail to satisfy those who purchase. Medical information will be cheerfully and gatatu itoney 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 elways be res ly to safely compound any prescripti-n 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 ,his Stale can to relied upon in all cases as being genuine. The stock comprises all kinds of ACIDS, BA LSO MS, ;ESSENCES, EXTRACTS, SEEDS I,F.A V ES, GUMS, FLOWEFS , 1011..5. SALES. ROOTS. HERBS. PLA ERS, POW D E RS, GIN I M F.NTS, ' PILLS, &C.. &Cs &C . &C. OFFICINAL I'REPARAT!ONS. All kinds soaps', perfumery. fancy goods and mis cellaneous articles, brushes, trustee, supporters, nursing bottles, breast pumps. thermometers, &e. All kinds of dye stuffs, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, &c. New and beautiful patterns of Lamps, fresh burn- , ing fluid and camphene, choice brands of pure Ha vana cigars, tobacco, &c. GROCERIES. Sugar, Coffee and 'Fee of all kinds, mol.issee, spice pepper. cloves, mustard, nutmeg, mace, fish, mine, citrons, currants, salad oil, cocoa, chocolate, soda, butter crackers, rice, starch, ginger, ealeratus, white anti bar snap, sperm and tallow candler, jugs, bottles. pipes, pepper sauce &e. Liquors. Cognise, Otard and American Brandy, St. Croix. Old Jamaica and New England Rum, pure Holland and Am. Gin. Irish and Nioninigahela Whiskey. Ma ileiia Lt.hon. Sherry, Teneriffe Port, Muscat, Claret and Champaign Winee-i-Cmdials, Rose. Amour Mo• tree, Noycau &c , cheaper than ever offered. Proem medicines, from Dr. Jayne. Fitch, Styrene. Brants.Orrteks,Townsend, Keeler. Schenk. lionlland• Gracferiberg, Pcpsin,td.iralicp, Oil. Ch•ilagrigue Acoustic Oil. Dyspepsia Bitters, I.yon'a Rat Pith., Pain Killers, Pate st'dieiries, Salt Rheum, Tetter. tipavin, Founder, WA Ilister•s Ointment, &c. Vermi fuge. Galvanic curatives, Heave and Condition Powders. theory Pectoral, Dock Wise. Ceiholleort, Fowl. Ache Drops Hair Inv ieorator and hair Dye, Bed Bug Poison, Eye Waters, Wright's Smith'', Bennett's , J tyne'• Phi n and nun,. roue' other kind. of Pills. All of which will be sold at unit wally low raw:. Remember Dr Pearce's Drtirf. and Chemical Store is in the South end of t!ie W ir I House. inc the Public ire. IL t'. POlt ITR. M. D. totellanconq. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in GROCERILS, LIQUORS, &e. NEW ARRANGEMENT! T HAIZVY rficNNEy, Jr ,having pnrchaced for . Ca.o/ of G. M. Bowman, hic entire ot Merchandize at a price far below the actual cost in New York. (and t 5 per cent. I over than any Mer— chant in TowNrida has or ran buy) i+ prepared to sell for cash, more Goods for one dollar, than any man will sell for 'nine Ilrilling.l! This s t oc k is large, (tilbracing all aitiele■ usually found in a Store, •iy—Dry Good=. Groceries, Hardware, Brims an I Sh +es, Leather, Nails, sash. Gl ass . Fl at ,, cbp4 and Bonnet. , . All of which will be sold as above, and no mistake. At the Brick Store, corner of Main and Bridge street.. Towanda, July IS, 1i45.1. ESTRA7. CAME in the enclosure of the subscriber in She- J shequin Rep., on the 31st ult.., a large Iled Cow, about 6 nr 7 years old, middling sized horns. and not particularly marked. The °Wrier is requested to prove property, pay charge.; and take her away. HENRY VANCIR. Shechequin, Sept. 5, 1853. -.1 I - 3I: W. , 1111. 1 I 1 7 WINTER. GOODS! F.Ez,a,a,rs„ South Corner of Mercur's Bl,Jrk, Main Street, A hE now opening their stock of GOODS for the Fall and Winter trade, rampri,mg a full and complete assortment, and of the n-ual variety, which will ha cold at a very 1 , mai! profit fur Ready Pay. Among the assortment of DRY' GOOD', will I.e found a great variety of L.l ,11e• Dre‘s consisting in part of Beregee B Hoge Detainee' n;1.m).1 Dektinr.e. b-rtens. ' J AI', and E r/wed Giagamns E"glish, Scvich and .4mertcan : Fruit .1 fyall shruk.s (tad 1 colors 4!, T . Alm, for men's gear may be fund fire.ol Cloth., Cassimeres, Tweed+, Kentucky Jean.' silk, Satm and Suibmer Also, Sheeting:, Shirtingi, bleached and brown, Ticking., Summer (Goods for boys' wear, Cotton Yarn, Carpet. Warp, Gorton Batten, dc., Ac. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS A full stock will be kept On hand. Tho-e in -van t of Fugars. T. as. Coffee, Molasses. hteu•art's hest Syrup,Spices. Pepper Ginger, Sa!craws, Flour. Fish, Salt, Tobacco, or any other article in this line. will do well to call on us before purchasibg else. where. ZtA2ZWARE. A large a splendid assortment. Crockarli. Glass and tong-ware, Boots and Shoes, lia:s an/ Caps— Nai s. Oils, Chat and Pertly. Thankful for the liberal patronage of the past sea. eon. the undersigned feel a pleasure in inviting the public to an examination of our Spiting stock, be. Having that good Goods and low prices will insure a speedy sale for ready pay. TRACY & MOORE. Towands, Ang• 27 1853. PIUNTB and Staple Domestic Goods—an *muse', ally large stock of Cocheco and Merrimac prints, gingham', sheetings, bleached and unbleached shirt ing*, ticking; stripes, denims Alan black cloth. plain and fancy cassimeres,Sattinetts. Tweeds and Kentacky Jeans reed by J. POWELL. Carpeting & ON Goths. Aqualitity of each Jost received and fee tale by Sept 10. POWET.L. 300 NEW BARRELS. fit for Pork or Cider, for sato at The each. by P. FELON ti CO. Tev•arda, Aye. I , v, . . . SILVER MEDAL Awarded to this'Xisehine at the Fair of the American Instil tate. 111 W irdakeON. Inds A Diploma at the Franklin Institute, Pidiedelpl.l2. that Premium at the Mats Flare Utica, New l r orki and at the Colninbia and Rensselaer Cannily tartar Work 81311 ft wad a Maims* a the Westchester County Fait at White Wham. ~--_ tricir' ors PATENT IMPROVED CIDER MILL. in the prammt arrangement of this highly erproroi end (lb= Pratt, even If the apples ware rend Y NIS valuable DIM, the labor to &egad by arranging a cutting the I upturn! MX: nisi If app les Whet were mad, erallisils Cylinder to break the apples, and ti.. n deliver them tell vou the t )134bine,it would requite l pleasure dr= lower Cylinders in he v./dun/id to pemare. thishn..arni tens to produce the result by ent ,the work la, performed L.ster and alas much Patent Mill. The Mlowtng maybe eddygQ YtheAatisd lea nu rbor. i odrantrges of tide Mill. The pmee In arranged with a mach larger.rcrew than Irst—it will make mote CAT theniutiother Philla,Tftb thrmerly, and by a very Ingenious desire the ure of the la.: given nnanthy cf apples, In a given dins, end *Ns snub Ia dispensed with and the Tub made to open et will to er-lees labor tr.,l excence. liver the rOMarA, while at the Came Unto the tiler 13 Icft seon..d will make cleaver and sweeterader than nil Blear and the work can be done with much leas labor th,n other by the old method. The Cylinders nro eoer,red alit hear r abort 7.lve, both on their peripberiee and' ends: the wno.l In them fe arranged so as not to 'well: end the n w•ek on the X11:1 and Pren Mute In the eery beet mintier at d arranged with expected view to their durability and ger. Ir e . No Farmer who now the %tilt eat-entity and nreoniintr to direction+ will be disappointed, tut no th e Ao-or band he will end tbl. one of he moat Taloa! le and tent etterhinee on his farm. The machine Is tragic to ran h? horse, rtesm. nr bent power, end when the tipples ere cr,,und, a small boy of 1 years of age een prase the pomace with ell r. In all former times It was supposol that a lame quantity of Cider could only be mule ty using a urn , hito. that slowly crushed the apples without grieding them floe. They were then MOO Into a manly* cheer* In s•mr. nod most severe and long prwtore was required to extract a portion of the Cider, a considerable qu mat. being b. , orb,r by the atTSW and the Mass of poonoce; end to obtain this nniatisfaetory result the farmer had to take• all hie hands, and perhaps ids rix-borse team. end devote awLele Oay tb ,t could have been more profitably employed, to make trot six to eight barrels of Cider. To ohrlate the Ji tl^vlty the Farmers have heretofore labored under, this .rael.ine been invented, and the statement of a few facts will prose that It Is not only the hest the:Line of the kind In existuo re, but It Is the megat profitable that a man can hcvo on his farm. The apples are by this Machine grated up Into a (no pulp. ea that It requires but a companstirefy light prersure. end that but a minute rr two, to 'street all the Cider. it being ascertained by pranti ell experiment that ma Fourth more juice can be obtained than by the old process. 'Re sides this. It only requires two hands to grin't up and ke into Cider a larger quantity of apples than eon t.e possi lip done on the old-fashioned machines. fin this pre,. owing to the compactness of the pomace In the tub. end the eon, late manner in which It Is ensued, a pressure of from 3 to p lona—that can easily be obtained—will produce a more favorable result than fifty tons pressure on the ordlnetry I=l=l Persoh s need not he , t iie to olds, h e eau., treigho to be taken o' the pr.c. • , f the machine; a the balance by mail to me. HATiat.nrna. Penna. ST AGES 3 . LEVI TotrantN tOr Mercur'a mtllsaturlington.Cast Smithfield - Itideebory, and Wel!..bure. de pot on the N. Y. S E. N. R.. every MCINDAT, WLD NRKBAT and Fat DAT at ft o'elork .Af., and arrive at the depot in time to take the eventor train of car.. either rat or mime de v. Returning TUESIUT. Tuunco.ty and F TVIIPAY, after the arri.:al of the Ewitein !run, and ako the we• tern cars from Jetre,r,tm. Ednura, /t.c., mid ar rive at Towanda same day. Fans :—Towanda to Ifercor's mtli+, 377 to BadingiOn. to Eno. Smithfield, to li,dgebery, I ,ou GI to Wellsburg druid. 1:25 Express packagec to or IroTI the nail Road care fully delivered at moderate chargec. Towanda, Oct 8. 185 V. Another Arrival of NEW GOODS! H. 11F:r.C.Cfi is note r.e.eivint: another N. w Assortment of (:.141t!s. r(msimllg ti-twil almost every hula wanted in the line of Nletchan dtze, which will be 6.1,1. very cheao for CASH. Towanda. June 29, 1853 NEW AND CHEAP GOODS.. OD. DART!,ET !s now receiving a large . and earefu'ly sekcted stock of NEW GOODS, bought for each since the late decline in priee, which he will offer for toady 'pay at prices winch cannot fail to give satisfaction—amoog totht, thing. he invites particular attention to Los a„,,iroe n t „f Dress G00d... T0w3n.14, April 15. IRA. JAMES MACTILIILTAAILVM ATTORNEY AT , LAW, TOWANDA. Tiler In the north end of 'he ‘Ver:l !louse, deter occupied by I arorie, 51a..0n & c o .) T,,wanda, March, 5. IK3. FRESH AND NEW MUIR AL OF SPRING & SUMMER caa tirmo 11D 5 2 bli • MONTANYMS dr. CO., CORNER of the Public square and Main Street Towanda, Pa . respectlully rice nett •e that they are now oreniez and recelvine three!. foon Ott City or New York, theit NEW S FUCK antl SUMMER GO IDS, which. lvoit !netr ftt mtr . stock on list nil. comrncr-; ore cf the lar:zest and best selected a•s rt went:. to be found west cti New Ye!lt Having been purchstec,l at GREAT 13 A 11 G A INS! Thry are enabled to .iTer them ell , ine; that ever.— They Inv lie paittrular ntielmrto to their assortint nt of Ladles' Dress Goods Constst.inr. of Jaronet and $ tvi- ISu lint:, Printed Lawn:, Gmehams. Bar'd Mt•rrtin Coeheco, Fr.ll River and other 5!...e.• of American Print.i• in endue., variety. a Norse assortment and f.r sale cheap. They have tiko large variety of YANKEE Nei n embracing almost every ihir,c from a Crochet Needle In a Ladv's tsatch. el. They invite particular attention to their assortment of Carpeting of all rtnceS and Also. spring and Stun rner Bats. limos •na,l shoes, Shoe Findings :anti _Leather, Gro ceries. Crockery. shelf Hardware Their Slot k has been oc;el.te I with .rare, and will be Sold cheap. Farther c.0 . :1n - Vent is unnecessar y —give us a call, and we wilt sihow you one goods and prices, and convince you ihat the above is no fiction. Our motto is. tit ,II Ptofits & Quick Returns. NIOSTANfES & Towanda. March 16; 1653. POOKET-!BOOK LOST. TAE e l ihscrikee lost! on the 3d inst , in this born' a small Ht.aex :fririocco PocKLT•l3oot. con• training, be•idea a small sum of money, notes and papers of value to him. but usele.s to any one eke. The finder is welcome to the money. and will he further rewarded by returning the other cnntent•, with or without the pocket-book, either through the Post Wee or otherwise. GEO. SANDERSON. Towanda. AIM 25. fift 700 P d . r 4 en ill s .S ..s o i f or h: t en ft, c, sai W ir o b m v ens' and Chi!, TRAf'.7 I=l 111.11—Ton mu make the elder yea want itoustliibe• rou u eat I.—and La quantitlas from one gallon to e et 10 barrel., —With lt yon me pram your Cuinatta„ Cbselled, Gr-riol, Cheer" Ru:ter, Lard, and Tallow. lat It you eOn rare one.fourth or row tune in making Apple•bntter. —u lii, IL" nro you u...a at all Llama bare Ihnitsla and Sweet Cider. all tie arisen:ages rerul'lng from the posatedon and two of slot a taaehine—at a pins so low that it is within i 1 a r all—c n It he that any intelLgent Partner withoot it? Do you wish to !rive In your home at all limes Oder that F‘reld and ths cnly time It Is really healthy and Et Cr. out—km] do you wish to owe a peat portion of the hard labor attending the making el' A ppl e-b tit te r 11 to, buy this machine, sted owr weld fsr it. y• .1 will oot be di-appointed. Is war - rented superior to nay other portable end the Proprietor h ready at any tioa Itdag Zi , lta.) to test It with any Portable ,•, ; .t i+ rot nu i if.i..pement on It. Farmers, examine this newly IIin4I,OVED MULL, before yon buy any tithe:l.4 One glen: ndVantet:.• of this rrinelloe over all others, Is. !hat it will not choke up, and hard or tout apple. can La groun4. and yet the Cylinders e W slims 1112611111 char and to grinding order. All orient will be Oiled in the order In whirh they are reeetied. and till parsons wanting them would do well to tend their orders early, and date at what lime they want the Miltt. Thim attended by 2 men, will. when properly worked accord log todirectlona. mate ti to 12 barrels of elder aday— and trill grind Monet's horse power from 100 tow) bushels npoles a day. The Price of the Mrl le $4O, free of freight it SPRIRACI,O, PA, May, 1863. W. 0. 1110102. ths District Court of as [anon Distrist of Pram ;Wald& they live some distance away—as I will allow the d %hen they get it they can p&p the freight and send • W. O. HICKOK. HAVE 10 ,, e.ed a,l.tree and finely finished Ll N , ( e• or the stte of the two they had borne?. an.: filled it .ith the largest and mint comprehene. tve sock of Grcceries, Provisions, Waukee Notions, Pruit, COnfectionory, Toys, &a., die. r Oils side of d‘ , cry. We h *tic honAt for ca , h. articles of the best goality ; c..n.ecileffily are prepared to sell at as I.w prices as the same quailly can be bought at ant titto r place. And we flaiter ourselves that if lortune has been against us (fire having Consum ed to o ktores and one stock of goods) our old ems honer, will not follow the precedent, if they call and , ee our stock and hear the exceedingly low prices. Among the many article , we hare are D. M. BULL. Prop,Pm.r gI2ZISI BT. .O,ILZ NEW GOODS, OPPC.SITE THE COURT HOUSE, 2.21 .FAH & NEVINS, GROGERtES, 'Pea, stint% culTee, chocolate. cocoa, molasses, Sietv Ai r, ru p, ginger 'tenter. spice. cloves, not mega. cinamttn, .aleratu , , anda, cream tartar, pound mustard, pepper wore, catsup, can dles, bar snan vinegar, starch dg., dLo. Pl 3 ()VISIONS, Mept poll( and beef. hams and shoulder's. wheat flour, buckwheat dower, corn meal, coda and butter cracker., mackerel, a ndfish, -shad. nerring, potatoes beans onion &c.,, &C. r B.UXT, AND NUTS, Preserved p,unes, citrons. Eugli.ll currants, raisins, green and , tried apples, Almnnd., genoble and mairri.l walnut.. brazil nuts, peanuts, chest nuts, hickory nuts. &e. MOTIOXS ) le y, horn and nini , d ritwket combs, toilet, combs, fine etirnh‘. hair. cloth . teeth, infants. and blacking ri bit sties. wallets, porte monies. and purses of many .toles. rtneket ink stand., pock. t and small fancy mirrors. tobacco, boxes...noir tinxes. and almost every atinile in this •ine. Work boxes. toilet eases, secretaries. plain and embroidered, work baskets of many• styles. -r '3llr 441:11,16( WS. German. French and American TOY: of every de• .erlptirin nm! price. A few elrihen and pewter tel -4:1%, for hitle eirk. and a few BROWN'S, WASH Bo ARDs. SI;C: It BOXER, WILLOW AND SPLINT M A RICE r BASKETIS. SALT, Shinn d4;ry salt. ground rock %Mt, Salina melt both ,ar , e and Ab,o, a coanlity of White Stone CANDY wholetate or retail. of all Wads and in oil inert tde other nr ides, fur sate-at the new store opor,ile the Court H. use. Towanda, Dec. 1 1952 BAILEY & NEVINS. SPRING. N.3:3.>. TIM sob.r , tl.r . rs f. inrrn their friends and cu,t.,mets ihat they have ihcreaNett thirfaccil ihei for innnoiacturing and intend keeping the largest stock and assort rnt of CLOTHING. SHIRTS, DRAWERS. FURN ISHING GOODS. OILED CLOTHING AND I: UEBER GOODS. that can be tctia , l in the State%. Terms end pri CP , ',ati,faciory. HANFtriD Ar. BROTHER. :9 Park Row. opposite the Astor Howe Nets. Yolk. Mari li 9, T 353. FARM FOR SO LE, rj'llE subscriber offers a valuableFAßM for sale. eontatnin7 63 acres, 10 acre. or eo•.d timber. about 55 'miler a good state of colitystion. well wai erred. rind a water privileize thereon, capable of running machinery. Situated one mile from the Susquehanna river, and half mile from the road running from Tewandi to Rnme. Any person or prism). wishing to boy eannnt do better than to call and give this Farm an examina tion. A part of the purchase money will be required down, and the balance can be made eery. GEO. J.. STROP!. Wyenz, July 4. Mill. Ditorrs and GINGERMA.—A new tment I of Prints and Ginghamc just receives! at May 20. tas3. Mlnnt•RtY+a Rosh and Shoes. Or every rlectri pi inn. fnri3dler mod mitayeores s e boys' and childrer.:' weea•, !:..st reed be Y. POWT2O,. .'ert 1553.