Bradford reporter. (Towanda, Pa.) 1844-1884, April 15, 1854, Image 4

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NEW Fl ft3i& NEW GOODS ,:
RESP F.t;TVI ILLY inform the eiiiiens of Bradford
county. that they hive apened hosinets at No. I.
Drink Row. occupied by gm" , Campbell, and
are now receiving from New York a Luger idea pf
Clothing, Cloths and Trimmings, -
than ever before 4ered in this market. conai.eing
. nt
Over, Oreflis Frock and Rack Cools Pant., %reefs.
Clothe, Oasititnerwt. VoAines. and Trimmin2t.
White and Fancy Shirts, flog tr.; 'Cr..vais. Scurf
Mullelc+ Gi ove.4. Wusitiseri, 'Drovers, ar.c.
We would tabt.)invi a attenti.m to our
1111lfastniag Viparttront.
In whirlt we mal..e to order, on iturt It nice, all Ayie,;
of eiotninx.
patting done to order and •.‘rr.inti.,l.
Tow In I t. 5 w. 3. 1 4 . w3. _
- k pyrtc r, i= hP rehy given 'hat the cogiartneiihip
heretofore eiti4ting under the firm of fr. Q.
Alexander was this day dissolved by the withdrawal
of Nathan Alexander.
Nhe buaine:s will hereafter be conducted by the
undersianed firm. (owhil-tine only of Jamb Alex
ander, Solomon Alen 'der. and M 11, Solomon) et
The old stand in A Hall. N... 7 Water it.
rn; awl at Na. 2 Mercar's Block, rowanda, Pa.:
where the and .r.igne I will he happy to recelye a
enntittaanee of the patronage whith has beralM)
etally extended to their preilereisori.
All arch t. Jne J. .F ti Alexander & Co., mast
be ' , cited rn thirty day. from this date.•
Towanda. Oct. 13, 1853.
IN the Brick Block. next door to Mere urs store have
just added to their stock, a large and fashiona
ble assortment of
Ready made Clothing,
Ari rrid) Tn 111 Y. V6A , ON.
ni every variety, both of •aiiie and price. in which
thev ask the attention of the public. This mow
the larvest stock
Ever Offered in Towanda !!
and will be sold at prices considerable lower than
e-rer before known in this place. Our goods are
seleete4 with a regard both to style and price, and
offer inducernents,not to be met with at any other
Strangers visiting Towanda in want of Clothing
will find •
at oar establishment, in this section of the covntrv.
and made in sneh style and materials as to ensure
satisfaction. We shall endeavor by
to secure r•etronage. feeling confident ?hat our aril•
dee - will give satisfaction to the purchaser.
The assortment ecurrilirigim every article required
for a centlemait's outfit. TEION-..0 ASH.
Overeoals. (7onts Pants Oircralls Cops
LOCiTION S.—Next doer ,outh of Mercer's Maio
st. 'Towanda ; and No. 7 Water pt. Arnouts Han.
tr-i•A if kind , . of Country Produce, Wo.d4c., tair
en is exchange for Good
Towanda, Oc!ober 13, 1853,
Cal 01 MIXTAI7
Over J King :berry's Starr—Entrance next door to
Moatanycs' More, up stairs.
GGRATEFULf,-r . past favors, announces to his
friends an I-the public in general, that he still
keeps on hand a 'gout assortof
men —CADY M•or.
Clorruian, which he wi'l sell cheap GI Casa. He
believes that a Nimble sixpence is worth more
than a slow shilling.' He also has commenced
manufacturing Clothing—selecting the cloths him
self in the city, e d employs none but the best of
workmen in making them • up. He would assure
his edhtomers that his el,olliog manufactured un
der his own eye. and in his own shop, and not let
opt by the job to unexperienced or incmnpetent work
men.. Tins. persons wishing a suit or any portion
thereof, can order the same frith a perfect certainly
of getting a good- fit.
He has also on hand a general assortment of gen,
,semen'. Shirts and Collars, which he will sell
cheap for cash.
trj Custom work promptly done as usual.., He
Invites his friends to callon him ni his new quarters,
over J. Kingshery's store, and iminedia ely apposite
U. Mercur's Law Office, before buying elsewhere
Now if you are wanting, you surely can find,
Costs, Pants and Vests just made to sour mind,
So nice and so snug they'd suit to a T„
. perfectly fine, there's no room for a flea.
If your linen wants changing, and sometimes it will,
ou'll find shirts and collars fora very small bill ;
Come then one and all, who are out clothes hunting.
An i you can be fittcd,by Gr.onot H. Ilya-rise !
N. B. He is sole Agent for ELIAS Howe's Jr.
Patent Blearing Machine,
for the counties of Bradford and Susquehanna. Any
person yi,Ming to purchase the right for using the
above Machine in said counties, can be accommo
dated by calling on hint, where they can see it ope•
rate. It is well demonstrated that this machine is
the best patent rriw in use. Its validity has been
estahlishesl by trial at law in Boston, in July. 1852.
This trial resulted in folly confirming and establish
ing the claims et Howe's Original Patent to the ex
clusive right and use of all needle and shuttle Ma
chines, or their equivalents, and the stitch and sear.i
formed thereby• . G. H. B.
The public are cautioned against purchasing spu
rious Machines,as;sll dewing Machines now in nee
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, 1851.
,i - uox
The Waverly Ready Mad& Clothing,
Mott & Wells, Merchant Tailors,
HAVE the honor of announcing to the citizens of
Bradford County, that they have just received
the largest and most fashionable stock of
ever brought into 'Ad Tina: consisting iu par. of the
following srtictes : _ _
Over. Dress ' Frock and Sack Coat, ; Vests, Pants ,
Shirts, Drawers, Wrappers, Overalls. Stocks,
Crairats.Collars, Pock . ct tiJkl4, &c
Cloths and Trimmings constantly ou band—also
the fall fashion of Hala and Caps.
Our stock of Famishing Goads is unsurpassed in
'toga, anileomprisingiverything nece.sary far a gen-
Airman's outfit. Parties;lar attention will by paid to our
0.13- tiWZ. DWALifaTatlitaa
HaViag received the latest New Volk Fashions, we are
prepared to get up suite on the shortest notice and in a
superir manner. cur I LNG Bona on short notice,
and warrdlited to fit if properly matte no.
morT & WELLS.
Broad st., first tlor k r enit of the Post Office.,.
V►arariq,.Nov. tO, 1135'11
A t
7 R s lt c r ea L e l , f b i t y ft s w
jr - P r o u r Pork ? t iteji
200 ( N o: 3 s W ale ll a
Towanda, Aug. IX, I Psa.
Drugs, Medicines;
Paint,. Oils , rareei.lte.v, Irindow Mass, Pure Wines
and liquors, &c ,
In sh rt. every thing connected with the trade. The
Gorittbr have been bought extremely low, for cash.
and. will be sold accordingly. •
N. H. A ctiperior article of Tanner's and Neattig'
Foot Oil just received.
t:o•l2emcraxa the place- , 3 doors south of Men.
tanve's corner—same budding of the • Argus Office;
July 30, 1953 •
EMOVED to the stpre recently occupied by,
BailejNas grocery and Post office . 3 doors
math of Montanyes corner where he has received
a full. new and complete stock nt IJRIT6S. MEDI
CINES.IiHOCERIES. Arc. which he will sell cheap.
er for cash than ever.
Here von wall find annexed a few leading articles :
Senna Alex.. Posgate's Cordial,
•Y ,
TS now heing . .replenizhed with a full and complete
stock of
do indie
Cream Tana,.
Stip C Soda - Hair Dye
Manna, Harlan Oil
Maenesis tralc'd Ointment, Tracks
do Carh, 4 do bailey's
do S S do MeAHester
do Henry's shaker., Herbs i
Ctdozynthdo Extracts
du Apple Tilden's A Icoeulic Eft
Coehinenl laci Extract
Trusses Units falap Extract
do Marshes, Meakim's Vanilla Ex't
in Shaker, - do Lemon ' d o
Balsam Winters do Mace du
do Cheesmans do' Almond do
do Fir i du Cloves
do Copabial do Allspice do
do . Toln do Nutmegs do
do Peru do Peach do
do Pulmotrary do Gineer do
do Sulphur do Cinnamon do
Arid Tama lc do Orange do
do Acetic HO Tonka do
do Benzonic Lubin . - Springflower
do C;iric du M usk do
—IP; Nun:, do Violette do
do Oxalic . do Magnolia do
do Bydrocyanc, do Sweet Bre! . do
do Sulphuric do Jesmin do
Oil Linseed do Jock'y Cl'b do
do Sperm do Caroline do
do Olives do Jenny Lind do
do Castor do Boquet do
do Neatsfaut Syringe, Pewter es'aint
do Almonds do Glass do
do Amber Rea Nursing Bottles, Glass
do Amber Red do do G. E.
do Anisi Rad Rhei Turk
do Caraway do do
do Croton do Ipecac
do Cubebs do Jalap
do Cummio do Ginger White
do Fennel, do Orris
do Lemon Gam Camphor
dot as.ia I do Opt Turk
do Cod Liver do Myrrh Turk
do Lavandula G do Arabic do
do Neroli do Copal
do Jesmin do Aloes Soet
-do Nutmeg do Aloes Cape
do Orange • Chloride Lime
do Rhodium do Soda •
do Rose ,Castor Russ
do Cedrat do
do t:opabia E wens' Lancets
do Ergot ',Nora er, - Op't
do Verbena lOxtd It south
do Vio:ette Ittlue Pill
do Metlesse :; tide Potato;
do Metlefiner 'bart do
do Patchailly ICarb do
Brushes, Paint lAttlph do
do Varnish Itioustie do
do Hair Citrate Ferri
do Hair,Carnel ',slide do
do Nail • TAunin
do Tooth Proto Ind Mercury
do Shaving • Strychnia
do Flesh Piperio
do Cloth Elateriura
de Hat lodine
Soap. Yankee verstrin
do Crystalline Kreosote
do Eng. Wind-Low's Hydra Corsi Cnita
do Coopers Morphine Sulph
do Rose do Act
do Victora Calomel, American
do Orange do English,
do Tooth • Precipitate Red
do Erosive do White
do Castile - Sulph Zinei
do Military Bronze, Crimson
do Navin do Pale Gold
do Brown do Dark do
Fricoplierous do While
Pain Kier tGold Leaf, Op't
Ayers Cherry Pectoral China Vermillion
Oxygenated Bitters America do
Stoughton Bitters Prussian flue
'Chloroform Fig do
lioffman's Anodyne Venitian Red, English
Together-with Paints,Turperiline, Varnilh, Dye..
Woods & Dye-Stuffs, Glass, Putty, choice Groceries,
pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal purposes.—
Also, Cigars of itr ' , est I. , rand and all artictts eon
Fleeted with the trade.
Having secured the services of Dr. S. lictivosr,
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 carefully 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 Pee.
scuds!. Nchencks Pulmimic Syrup of Yellow Dock
Hoot, Orrick's, Hobensacka, and Jaynes' Vermifoge.
Together with all of the most popular Patent medicines
now in use constantly on hand and for sale at
!MED'S Drug Store.
Three Doors below Montanye's ;omen
!Towanda, January 3. I
61 - 113ARRELs of old Ohio Wluslipy just received
1, 1 and for said wholesale and retail, at Reed's
Due t4rorc.
18 Q I.IN I, es Codfish, 20 boxes of . Herring,
barrels ct Sateratae r warranted in prime
order, left on *ale at New York cash prices at
REED's Drug Store', Taiwan& Jan, es. 1853,
1 - 96 a E nd i fiL Y l f it good order,
sale cheap at REED'S DRUG STORE.
tt,P"r4B6B; ----- .
Boots and Shim—
OFIevM description, furl., Ars and misses, menu'
boys' arittchile ar, just reed by
erpt to
Ell' OPE
Hiy's Liniment
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AIME= 40*ZetrraTinalit,
Bradfotil "Connly. Pennsylvania
straw Cutters.
EIOVEY's Patent ipitalknife Hay and Straw Cut
-ters,-olaarians Sizes. 'No. 1;2, a; 4; 6 and 4.=
Price.—sB, $9, $lO. $l2. $l6 and $2O. These Cut
lers are better and clever than the straight knife Cut
ter, with knives set diagonally on the shaft.
The knives on Heivey's - Cutter are apical, which
enables them to cut at right angles against the raw hide
They rut steadily, with. no jerking—an. easily
krin in repair. .E.sch knife an and shar
pened without disturbing the shift (ur other knives)
and if necessary each knife can he set out or in, so nt•
to keep them all true, if one knif . should wear faster
than another. Every farmer should have one of dies.
tabor and feed laying. machine&
.1", For taile'wholesale and .retail—a liberal discount
made to those who buy to sell again.
- IL ,M. VaLLES.
Athens, Pp., November 10, 1855:
Bradford County Premium Cora Mellen,
_Bradford and Retail! The very beet article
. to he found it the county, and cheapest—(war—
ranted)—for sale at the Agricultural and stove store of
Nov. 10, 1853. R. M. WELLES.
pool( STOVES, of various and excellent patterns
- 1 and siZei-Sevierat pitlerns of superior F levate4l
Ovens, mem g which is a combination of the Clinton
and National Air Tight, called the EAGLE. Also a
well selected stock of elegant rierlor,ball, shop, church
and school house Stov_es, both for wood and coal—of.
,ii zeu and priors to.imit all classes of mummer*. Call
and nee. Nov. 10. R. M. W ELT.P.S.
Sausage and Wince meat Cutters.
DRICEs $4 and $5 Every farmer should have on
1 of these ercellant lahor Oving articles; they Jr.
capable of tntrioß from 100 to 200 pound., of meat per
hour, and are very rumple, portable anJ eaai'y kept in
repair, for sale by
Athens, Nov, 10, 11;a53. IL M. WELLF,•-z.
WIIE RE AS the lion. DAT/D WILMOT, President
Judge of the 12th Judicial District consi•ding
of the counties of Bradford, Susquehanna and Sulli
van, and the Hone. MTRON BALLARD and HARRY
Ace.r.vir, Associate Judges, in and for said county of
Bradford have issued their precept bearing date the
Ist day April, 1854, to me directed, for holding a
Court of Oyer and TerMiner,General Quartarter Ses•
sion of the Peace, Common Pleas and Orphan's
Court, at Towanda, for the county of Bradford on Mon•
day the Ist day of May next,to continue three weeks.
Notice is therefore, hereby given, to the Coroners
and Justices of the Peace and Constables of the coun•
ty of 13radford. that they be then and there in their
proper persons, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said
day, with their records, inquisitions, and other re
meinlierances, to do those things which to their office
appertain to be done—and those who are bound by
recognizance or otherwise to prosecute against the
prisoners who are or may he in the jail of said county,
or who shall be toned to appear st the said court, are
to be then and there to prosecute against them as shall
be just. Jurrors are requested to be punctual in their
attendance agreeably to their notice.
Dated at Towanda, the Ist day of April. in the year of
our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifty
four, and of the Independence of the United States
th e seventy-seventh._
A LL persons indebted to the estate of S. H.
Bullock, deceased, late of Canton tn., are
hereby requested to make immediate payment and
those having claims against said estate, will
please preseht them duly authenticated for settle
Much 8. 1854
if R. OLMSTED, POOP I ETOII of the Athens
IVI. Exchange, gives his thanks to his friends.
and the traveling public generally. for their liberal
patronage, and solicits the continuance of the same.
will run regularly to and from the Waverley Depot
to meet the Mail Trains for the accommodation of
strangers and travelers, who wish to visit a pleas.
ant village on business or otherwise. A daily line
of first rate
Four Horse Coaches,
are running through to Towanda. Those wishing
will be insured a seat in the coach from this place
and those going to the
can stop at Athens, and spend an hour or in
and be insured a conveyance in time to meet the
regular trains of cars going East or West.
Also those who wish to leave their teams here
can be conveyed to and from the cars free or rharee
Grand Distribntidl of over $5O 0 0
Worth of Presents!
which consists W over Fonr Thousand Moving
Figures t—among which may be seen Napoleon and
his army crossing the Alps. Also, the Chemunz
Encampment, consisting of the 59th and 60th Reg,.
ments N. Y. State Militia. Also, the reception of
die Elmira Fireman on that occasion. This Diorai
ma is the best moving one in the country, and has
cost more than it is put up for, viz., $1,200
One Grand Moving Diorama of Bunyan's Pilgrim's
Progress, showing all the travels of Pilgrim from
the City of Destitution till he arrives sale in the Ce
lestial City. This splendid exhibition has all the
paintings connected with it diet any Panorama has
ever had, which is al,me worth more than it i• rip
for. viz, $l.OOO
One splendid Panarama, Consisting of 120 views
on the Mississippi Ohio, and Hudson rivers .
worth Poo
Two beautiful Building Lots. located in the Third
Ward o. the village of Elmira. worth $2OO each.sino
One splendid seven octave Piano, $350
And 243 splendid and costly Presents—amounting,
in all, to $5.052 worth of property, the best of which
may be bad.for One Dollar!
As the value of the Presents amounts to $5.062,
there will be the same number of tickets issued at
One Dollar each. Each ticket will admit the Elder
four times to the exhibition of the Military Diorama ;
also to one share, of the whole property named for
distribution; The iinind Moving Military Direrama
will be exhibited in Elmira on the 15th of January,
1854, and continue on exhibition till the shares are
all taken. It will also be exhibited in each town
where there are fifty shares taken-
As sot n as the -hares are all taken, each share
holder will be notified, and a meeting called. (of the
stockholders) at which the -property above named
will be handed over to a t.ommittee chosen by the
stockholders, for them to make the distribution ac
cording to the voice of the majority of the stockhol
ders—either by lot or lottery.
All orders for altaiallaill-receiveprottipt attention
if addressed:pbstyaid tcrft. - 11:ELLITHORP, Agent,.
Elmira, Chertinit&Co. N. Y.
All orders must be accompanied with the mo
llefi_arld post _paid._ Persons ordering shares will
please be particular and give theirl post affice address
plain, so that nriiiiistake may occur.
E. WALKE . R, gclifit agent, Ulster, Riadforil
AT AILS nand-sawx.H c TOmmings.Olass.Put
.t.N ty, Sash &c., ptst rt by [IN '4;EY.
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In tlieNittVend•Ordie'Vard House,
IDR.• 11. C7POItTER,
Paints, Oils, Varisbes, Window Glass,
Dye Stuffs and - Burning Finids.
Regular Agent
.r. i ., the liglikring genuine popular
Dr. Jaynes' Medicines— Ayres Cherry Pectoral ,
Alterative, Vermifuge. schenck's pul. syrup
Expectorant. Liniment Hootland's bitters _
Hair Dye, &a. Pepsin (for dyspepsia),
Dr. Fitch's Medicine., Acoustic oil
Dr.Swayne'a do Indian Cholagog'ie
Dr. Keeler's do Lyon's rat pills
Brant's Balsam & Ext Pile Medicines
Orrick's Vernitfuge Salt Rheum and Tatter
Graefen berg Medicines ointment
Gargling Oil Trask - 's mae do .
Pain Killers Sperin & founder do
Galvanic belts, &c. McAllister's do
Heave & Condition pow. Rye waters
Rock Rose Cephalic snuff
Uterine Caiholicon Corn salve
Tooth ache drops Sticking do.
Heir invigorator & dyes %V 'star's bal. wild cherry
Bed bug poison Female Pills
Townsend's Sarsaparilla( Bullard's oil soap
Plasters and Pills of allißalsam Life
kinds. Harlem Oil
Anil many others, not enumerated, all warranted
Remember Dr. POSITIEIed Drug and Chemical
Store is in the South end of the Wail House. front.
ins the Public square. H. C. PORTER. M. D.
10111EOPLE of Bradford County wishing anything
nice in the way of Monuments, Headstones
Tomb Tables, Centre Tables of italiaril and Amin
ican Marble, or Black Stones of ali"siees. can.
have them on the shortest notice by'ssending in
their orders, cheaper and better than can be I ur
chased elsewhere.
Chester Welk. Cabinet Maker and underta
ker, nearly opposite the Ward I-I"tp-e. Towa,, In,
Agent. G. W. PHILLII.;
Towanda, March. 3 '. 1a53.
xv,tvi\JA , ‘E^,Ja - cm cw_anTavo o .tyc.
Important to Uonsekeepers:
THE subscriber thankful for the
leral patronagekeretofore re
ived, bes leave At inform hie
tends and the public genetally,
id those commencing House
teping in particular that be has
tut on hand a large assortment
_. FURNITURE, which he will
warrant to be made in a substantial manner, and of
the beet materials.
BURE ICS, such as mahogany and walnut dr-ss
ing bureaus. marble and plain tops ; mahogany and
fwalnut wash‘tands, marble tops, and plain, of dif
ferent patterns. Card and end tables, Sofas Couch
es, whatnots, Ate.
BEAINTEADS.—High, Field. French and low
post beadsteads enished in handsome style and of
approved patterns, together with other furniture usu
ally called for, all of which will be sold on the most
accommodating terms.
c• - • The subscriber is also provided with a plain
and fashionable HEARSE, and will hold himself in
readiness to attend to all orders in undertaking.
He will furnish ice boxes when desired, by the aid
of which the corpse may be kept for a week. COF
N. B.—Furniture of all kind. made to order, and
warranted io be of the best matt vials and workman
Towanda. January 17. 1852.
E subscribers respectfully inform the public that
they liave taken the shop formerly occupied by
Adam Esenwine. on Main m.reet, nearly opposite
Drake's wairyn .hop where 'bey are prepared to do all
kinds of 131.. A( 'HS kl i!iN t; upon reasonable terms.
They itte',fet , rmlued in doing their work well and
promptly. to merit. u• they hope to receive a share of
public patronage.
HORSE-SHOEiNe done in the beat manner. All
kinds of repairing Machinery. executed in the moat All.
ful manner.
WOOD WORK for wagons will also be made and
repaired when desired.
All work done at their shop, will be watranted lobe
well done, and manufactured from the best materials,
The public are requested to give us a trial, end judge
for themselves. ESE N WINE dr. bEEBIBCHH.
Towanda, May 2, 1851.
JNAVVY PHINNEY. Jr., having purchased for
• Cash of G. M. BoWman, his entire sock of
Merchandise at a price far below the actual cost in
New York, (and 15 per cent, lower than any Mar—
chant in Towanda has or can buy) is prepared to
sell for ease, more Goods for one dollar, than any
man will sell for nine ! This stock is
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. All of which will be sold as above,
and no mistake. At the Brick Store, corner of
Main and Bridge streets.
Towanda, July 18, 1853..
LEAVE Towanda for Mercur's
- m ills, Bu rlington,East Smithfield
Ridgebery. and Wellsburg de
pot on the N. Y. do E. R. R.. every MOADAY, WED-
N &slur and Faints at 8 o'clock A. M., and arrive
at the depot in time to take the evening train of cars
either east or west, same day. •
Returning Tuasnar, THUBRDAT and &Tyrants,
after the arrival of , the Eastern train, and also the
Western cars front Jefferson, Elmira. &c., and ar
rive at Towanda same day.
FARE:--Towanda to ?demur's mills, 374
" to Burlington, CIO
" to East Smithfield, 624
" to Bidaebery, 1,00
.• to Wellsburg depot, 1.25
Express packages to or from the Rail Road can
fully delivered at moderate charges.
Towanda. Oct 8, 1852. ProrOetco
Whose Indebted to Ifs
p Y note ur book account willplease take NOTICE
17 that we ore in want of money. and nusalhare 0.1
All who.gegleetto - attend -to this timely warning
may expect a visit from the Nile Coritetable_l„-Nd jo
Towanda, March 24, 1853.
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MONEY . 4)R PROPEL'` en.
Dd . ,Ppo *ant . ji.(l, or tegl : *siate,l.
:You, • 40.9iht nitalclt,pise,you. liibb„to sell ?
frav,e.jou tkciim, that u. .e1l or lease I
Hire you , a mi I, facto_ .foundry, tannet,..fiWw.
r minufacturingFatebiliiiiient. that you wish to set
or rent!
flare jou iroli ore, coal, potters' or. fire Clll. or,
they mittemla,yon :innkto refl. Cw. have WOrked or
hares J ,
Bari yinkland that you would like to hays drain
.' or;chiared by Contract eir on .abires.! ,
news you waters power that you Mish..tornell, im
prove, or ke o t I .
jtit want capita!, or, partner
your burinesi 1. . ,
Do you want to.'eltyoUr . „ - titoch . 0 ( uk.s:ilhafidi's,
Do you tolorpx Coluipany crpate
6 " °Of 4 6 0 . 1 cilPr4l . •
Do you wish to eacbange you p roperty lor—ottiff
i . .
Do you want n yonrtnetgbborhoud mills, found
ry, tanneries.-ors other., manufactories .1.
Have you any well te#ol7ipt ovement In machine,
rv, or in (110 Dna, whickyou, want
,to sell, 'ox .which
you want means manufacture-1 ,
,If you have any of the' shove wants, .021' nt#er a of a
similar Character, and litll inclose - to our L address
(postintid.) a legible. clear and exact, descppuon of
them ; and if prope rty . its locality, proximity to ca
nal. railroad , or navigable water . , to eburc&s, achoola,
milli, stores, &c. l tba .lowest terms on which you
Off sell, mortgage. lease, exchanger or otherwise dis•
pose of it ; and if you' will also inclose to us a Reg
totration fee of 111, (the receipt of which will be ac
knowledged',) your want shall be recorded In our
Prgister, and your letter placed on the file designated
for your State and County, for the inspection, free of
charge, of those who are seeking to purchase, lease,
exchange, or invest.
We make,ntx charge. ts any for - examining our
Register and Stec Mien they make known their
wishes, they are referred to your own statement of
your wants : and as we base Maps of the diff rent
finites, and of such Counties as we have been able
to procure: and as we employ agents to visit the yes
sets and steamed that arrive with Immigrants, (ot
whom from 1,000 to 5,000 are daily ordain_ ,) and we
also have agents to distribute ogr Circulars among the
strangers at the hotels; and as we advertise in /be
principal paper4 '
of the city of New York, and In van
on. forms throughout all of the states. as well as the ,
different countries of . Europe, from which Immigrants
come, and where we eir s ikt one of our Firm will for
the present reside, and *hese also we shall agents in
the principal ports of embarkation, inviting all who
wish to purchase, exchange, Lase, or invest, to visit
our office, toil/tong charge..
We are con6d. rat that we offer a better medium of
making your wants known to those who de, re to
know them, and' of securing the end you desire, than
any other mode yet practised.
P The beat place for•yoo to effect a sale. lease, ex
change or loan on your property, is in its immediate
vicinity. If you cannot do it there, the next best place
is in the city of New York. Or if you want Immi
grants or settlers of any class here is the place to oh.
twin them :
Itemise here et all times and seasons, there are from
30,000 to 70,000 strangers, many of whom are seeking
for ureestMents or homes.
Because th ie are probably 100,000 who want to
remove from the city or its vicinity.
Because hero is concentrated a great proportion of
the surplus capital of the Union, seeking investment.
Because here, money is ordinarily worth from 5 to
7 per cent. per annum, on undonlited security, while
coo ran afford to give ati.ample security, or other in.
ducement. where it V 6 ould"produce greater rate of inte
real, either in annual incntne or increased value.
Because here, an ,Lamination of nor tiles v. ill inform
those seet,.ng to invest of mettle, where the properly
to be found wh f , " they seek.
Becau , e trre, 'hero is err opportunity to exch.mge
country or otter city pmperty, for property in thisrity
Of its virinit—
Because a pen.on, by spending a few hours in our
office. without .eharge. can obtain more information of
the property in' market throughout the conntry and
the wants of 'Mrnmunity, than by months of travel.
Because. finally, here in the commercial metropolis,
where is concentrated the money in wants of a vast
m•tltitude throughout this and other countries, by re
cording the opposite, but corresponding Wants of out
conntrymen s both parties, those who wish to purchase ,
and those who desire to Sell, can he mutually benefited
In the description of property, he ca•eful not to
over estimate its advantages in any respect r for if you
do, and we should send yon a purchaser, his compari ,
son of the reality With four statement might defeat
your object. When your property is gold, or other
wise disposed of, it is required that we shall be ironies
diately informed of the fact. As we do not propose
to sell, but netotiate, and send purchasers to rte own
ers. no special authority to us is requisite; hut when
it is desired that we should sell, authority must be given.
Our commissions on sale-, exchanges, Ste.. are 2
per cent. The raising of companies, and other Mat
ters reguirida special negotiation, will be subject to
special agreement.
cr7 Several farms in the same neighborhood often
find a more ready sale than a single farm, as Immi
grants desire to remain in companies.
Res! Estste end Property Brokers,
116 Brosdway. New York.
Refer to Coortlandt Palmer E.g. 177 Broadway, N
Y.; Hon. Alvin Bronson, Oswego. N.Y.; Gov. Wood.
Ohio ; Eg Gov. Pond. Ohio t Hon. R. W. Thompson,
la.; Hon. D. A. Noble, Mich; Hon. J. R. Williams.
Mich ; Hon. Rob't Smith, Ill: Hon. J. R Underwood,
Ky ; Hon. A.C. Dodge, Iowa; Hon. J, R Doty. Wia
For firmer information inquire of H iRVEY
McALPIN Local Agent, (at the Law Office of Wm.
Elwell, Esq.) Towanda. Bradtord county, Pa. 44y
irnm OLD swam) 1--
THE subscriber would an
nounce to the public that he
have now on hand, and will make
to order all kinds of
-IW/ Cabinet Furniture,
- ' such as Sofas,Divans, Lounges
Center, Card, Dining and Break
fast Tables. Mahogany, Wal
nut, Maple and Cherry Bureaus,
Stands or various kinds. Matra
and Bedsteads of every description, which are, and
will be made of the beat material and workmanlike
manner, and which they will sell fur cash Cheaper
than can be bought in any other Ware-room in the
on hand on the most reasonable terms. A good
HEARSE will be furnisheilon Funeral °cession,.
Towanda, June 1, 1852.
Sohn W. Wilcox,
HAB removed his establishment to H. Mix's tto o? .
corner of main street and the public liqtrire,
will continue the manufacture of Boots and tiboes. a.
He has just received from New York a large assort
ment of Women's, Cirildrar'sansi Misses' Shoes, which
are offered at low prices. The attention cf the Ladies
is paricularly directed to his assortment, comprising
the following new styles :—EnamelledJenny Lind gai.
ter boots; do. shoes ; black lasting and silk gaiters ;
walking 'Noes, buskins,&c. Misses' gaiters and Shoes,
of every Afe - scription. A taw assortment of Childieri's
fimerlaitere, boots and shoes, of all kinds. •
Per the Gentlemen, almciat every style of gaiters and
sh:Nes Thie stock has been personally selected with
care, tad he believes be Can offer superior articles at
The sirietest attention to !Want:fa:Oar ing.
he hopes by doing iinitt well to: therit ■ in!itinu
clii•Of the liberal p4trprie l e he tiaitaith6ito '
Toi'variN 8.:18.5` 1` .
POCK B:ALT.—A 4bantity of Tunes Island Salt
fur sale by BAtILEY & 1E011:.
' . 4 • •
rfflB evw,,dylarylrepa at had beep for
C i ta D a s o a wa a CRUSTB ONtUt7AND lIN,INA
' 14,yeaps the znost,c.cruttn and .p eed , reitta •
r z4 :C all o o r o n as a ,
'l ose'l suifering from
. obstinate and notbr med c, _ lo
f o e the amt . immedtate and rl ea , eii '" a g o s 6 .
,w,hert great 4ability,to take cold e ttokana t e „ l ' eub.
esoute Cough succeeds the she hip at ezpolidit.k.
*AMR. ' 1
4 4 pro-ace the most marled result,. .1. 4 4
.t once. relieve the Cough and h
01-AN elfruptnall.Z
-nttrely remove that morbid irritability and *e l k
~ ess of the.Littigs witch Rive l'i! to Me cumpianu. '
ri l e iaedica! prtiperttrA are combined man agrtea•
~ie l o rT4
will reidilY a,ti
tokF plea&litt to the taste, so ihat any ch i ld
: _al :And they are w arranted to
4iha.ten,i note. after u>e to all cases
vr ;i• I:el iee i-e 1- ta
3, cc!, per box. For sale by Dr. ii e
Feb. 9,1853.
PORTER ' a r . uwantla. Pa.
Attention Regiment!
/- ,
~ ~ ~.
JOHN E. i; E R, would say to his old friends and
JJ the pubhc at large, that he has constantly on hand
and manutacturtna Hides and shot Guns ate., Acc.—
Atriuna his assortment of buns natty be found Double
and .sinele barielled Guns. Killeen( all kinds warranted.
Powder Flasks, Khali, P.,uches, Game Raga, Cap
Primets. Also, Powder, Shut. Canso( the best quilt
tv. ale barrelled Revolving Pistols, do smell
harrelleddielf-cocking Putols, Rifle Pistols, double bb'l
Piatols anti common steel and brass Pistols.
F Li.. F. F. G.. F. F. F. U., Powder in Cans can
atantis on band.
Any ot the st.ove articles will sold awful chea t ,
1,.e. the • lt t .fit / I' .y.
Kev< flit( d to Doors. Trunks or any
.titer Moutut to +hut t notice and rra.sonable terms.
..Utes , amid despatch. shop a
ILAN rodre , 11 111.0!1 , 11.1
I oss Linda. 22, Its: 2. J. E. GEIGER.
r r • f rrto.rriber , havier. , r rm tl a copmlner4D
I tinder +Pie firm ofd PEL UN At Jr•
grn.r.• w. till rb;errrutt v
k 140,e! r. `pm, awl all , o't•- - :rant ,t" any .
0 1. rte in their line In ziv.4 , a .L
m‘ ,.; o
keeping nn hand a zeneral t— rtm-ht rf F
Liquors, c‘h!eh we ran ,r 1! 7er ttnn r.t
eke in the connty. from the r,r• rtt
from the itop,rter , a tpf tl, rrJ
charged by the N.Y arc ml-7,,,
eA pure and fr.e tram .n. C
ly on hard ot !hp hest quall , v. W..!, are
made arrnnerment , br• a hi h u•e can furr..,h
Cuq'nmer , v. - oh iny q lantvr of 13truchan,ttr. BEER
fresh from ihr Brewers.. Flew. e 7.11 eu• ta"-
The nttre , anti acrour.ts rf the oh'. firm >Fc
inn & Co.. are in our hand , fur tier& 1.1.
Townrrig. Der. 1, 1,152
MR& 213:11ilf Ur) la?' IlLa•
Saddle. harness & Trunk Ilanufacion
JER & CULL' Sit Co., reopectiu:ly inform the mg',
that they have removed to the Airy on %mow,.
recently o; copied by 6mlth St t‘on, eprente
the Wiqd Hout-e, where they wtil 'lee at . . band a
largo atorit
Isaafsaio caa'.9`. - ;) 1.d% -3JW:JYS.I3/
All articles in their line mant,l)ettired 14 011:(7. and
made of the beet. mat, rtui.and I. al.'kmant•l!p mine
be sin passed in Northern P•mnt.y It anti, Tar! road
a call from those wishing to purewor.cothtret qui
they ran ge e eattsfaction both a• to qualit! and price
.. "1 - 1i,1 , •s and Sheep Prhs ret rived fur work and it
account. at the lowest rites.
Sale Leather, Upper Lt rd her. Ha, nr3s Leath sh
Calf akin*, fur bale m aNy quantity.
ON acenunt .11s:idled At the late fire. w
ore .04 1 .1v,..1 to cal :t,., tnkehled to it, tot
prompt, ee , lletttertt, a'e the riree`a o .l 4
huvina wll.O t (N. ue trust titfla lIOUCO aril
he sutrtriettEu I/i other means.
Towanla, 1),.. 2. 1J ,2.
Removed to B. Kitipber)'s Block
I' .1. Chamberlin,
t• a. 11 AS last returned froth the city
1. 1 ot :Sew f ork with a large
supply of Watches. Jdwelry and
/4' • '2 , 11 , 1, silver ware. comprisinz in pan.
/ .;.; the futlooring articles :—l.i.m.
, •., , • - SS• I; E pine mild Plain Vli atehes. sib
j,_4l .„7.• • •,. 9\ii
:'•:::: a consists assortment •,f Gold
Jewelry, such as Ear Rini. Fin ;
ger Rin pi, Breast Pine. Bracelets, Lockets. thild chains,
Gold Pena, Keys, etc. Also, all aorta of Siireraire.
and any quantity orz.iteel Bead 4-011 of ann.!) be offer.
fin sale etceeedingly cheap for eAsii.
Wa•rhes repaired on short notice. and worrankd
to run well.or the money will he refunded. ID, , I rr
ten Agreement warn to that effect if required.
N, 11,—.31APLE 81iG AR. and C ou nt', Probe
taken in payment for work; and also. learq mar, an
,rever, that the Produce most be paid irries the ire
is done—l war against credit in all it, t.,rms.
W. A. CHA tf DEMO, tact.
Towanda, April 28, 1852.
LOOLONG GLASS PLATEs rut and fined Cr
any size, to be bad at the Jewelry cone(
May 15, 15:32. W. A. CHAMBERLIN
A how ! a lanr,e! my kingdom fe l
kh r a
h .ea eir ; : ,m e n and
L1:77 fire .
•"*.• him•elf again'
Alai Z ttnck Row you'll find
-' • kat'. m he , (me.
r'''m r of the finest land,
,1:" '!. •I st,•h Nearer') karat bras
wineh kr. p ~crirate and mg;
iSretuit er, and hue.
Enid. novae. ',Lee, ala: ated rha''''
Seleeterl with lilt. •zreatesi vaia4.
F,hizer rings, ray z,n“h• why "al Pie
(II every shape .rl every es:E.
T.. Suit the old the e.iune, by
•• een a elegant ~`"'
And IA Juts kn. who ir.hirri.e , '
I always ready and at his pt. ,
1 . .' Wail upon...hi , eo.tomer. anJ i"
Who chance upon 'tin to go.e a cap.
So with good advice make up y. , ur I ' l ' s"
To call nn him and there ridil find
Such sights. my .eves. 0 t what a vws
Jewelry of every style and hue. r.;14
TI-Efrin't mistake the place N. I. Uric"
where he is prepared to do all kind , 4
in his line of blyzines, at the cheapest rases 1"_,,,
possibly he afforded He wilt also sell his 1'7 1 ' 4
at 20 per cent lower, than was ever before or'
this - market. ,ry Call and see. eft
Towanda Nov. vz. 1g52. A. 1f ICtK
PAPER 12111217G1 110118 .
Hl3.ottly tusarinseni of Paper Hangings keel?
this.vioinity, with a fresh stock loss coed"
at unusually low prices. 0. U. 11.111T1,6T(..
Towanda, A pr,l
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