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Two PgaeoNs KILLED BY A terrreLto —A melan
-A „ accident occured in Airmail sueet, near the
iilCranberry, under Brooklyn Heights,on Salta.
• tampon, during the rain storm, by whichlwo
N o lost their lives, and several others were
, r ed.
•.• , fame budding , two stories high situated be.
ouse ights, occupied ary hlcColln as a
was overtu M rned by an avalanche of
; c 3, stones, timber and other rubbish. The rear
of the house, was crushed, and there were bn.
beneath the ruins William Curran, - a laboring
q 3Zed about 30 years, without family ; Margaret
. o fhagan, aged about 17 yea rs , danghter of the
he propoetress—both of whom were instantly
l ed. John Noonan escapetrartirjured from - th e
act ; James Fallon was injured an the spine, bet
d an gerously ; John Kelly was somewhat bruis.
Mary McColligan, aged about fourteen, afloat.
daughter of the proprietress, had her legs crush.
and was otherwise hurt; Mrs. AfeColligan was
"Iznsiderably injured from bruises snd scalds; Ilan
o .c'o on ot, the servant, was badly bruised, but
i rs bones are brolten, and Phillip.,McColligan„ aged'
a b o ut twelve years, who about a year ago, lost an
the Fulton terry ? sustained
arm by 3 colliaion on
an injury o f the other arm, rendering him inetspa
; hie of Paine it,
Coroner BAH held an inquest yesterday eiv 2
lensed, when the jury gave a verdict in accord.
,ace with the above facts.
Another avalanche occurred a short distance be.
nr this, but no serious damage ensued.
HEAVY FREMIET IN THE DCLAWARt AND LEHIGH.
MAY / —The Delaware river has been
and to-day than at any
`,. , - ; .:zher during yesterday
since the great freshet of 1841. The water
,mmenced rising on Saturday night, and yesterday
-,:iltninq had reached twenty feet above its urinal
continued rising omit late last night,
then it had reached twenty-four feet, overflowing
„. Delaware division of the Pennsylvania Canal.
`;.. 0 ,1 washing, away the foundation wall of the inlet
,rk of the Morris Canal, besides injuring the Bel.
r ,lere and Delaware Railroad in two places.
The train which should have lett at 7 o'clock'thiti
.poring. did not get off until 10, when the darrtagea
r olte road were temporarily repaired.
Immense quantities of sawed lumber passed this
loose and in rafts. Those eng a ged in the
r .' vn berina business above, have sustained losses
long beyond estimate.
T r Delaware Canal is almost entirely covered
, r,o water. and no idea can be formed of the dam •
Le has ',attained until the water tails.
•:; the Lehigh rose about tea feet, causing sckne
cWrit rivers are now tailing.
DELI IVl:tti - rta Acovirrco—The case of Miss
•lcaa \V ci4rEft, at Bt:dford, Ky , charged with en.
•rint , slaves to sack ' the land of the free" across
Likes, resulted in her acquittal She was
, tas, , ht before Judge ‘V INN.OII a wril of habeas car
N;5, and although her counsel invited the .widest
anLte of investigation, the Commonwealth lailedio
-,;fro.luce any estience against her.
KT. The bill ceimi ye to ihe Sunbury, Erie and
*fereian I R making the latter pay a bonus
Outi for the right of way from Erie to the
ituo /we ; pa.sed the Pennsylvania Senate on the
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE!
Planters, Farmers, Families and others; can pur
iase no Reiried r y equal to Dn. Toni& VENETIAN
INivvir, for Dysentery, Cholic, Croup, Chronic
:learn atism, Sore Throat, Toothaelie,Bea Sickness,
Burns, Swellings. Bruises, • Old Sores, Head
',le. Mosquito sites, Paina in the I,imbs, Chest,
It a does not give relief; the money will be refund
• —all that is asked, is a trial, and use it according
1-: an English remedy, and was used by William
I 'fp IV., late Kin; of England, and certified to by
ns a cure for rheumatism, when. every thing
rlq had failed.'
flyer 10,000,0( 1 0 bntles have been soli in the Uni
iel states, without a single failure, and matte have
gated they would not be without it it it was $lO per
hottle, in case of Croop, as it is as certain as It is
Dr. Tobias has put op s flonss T.IXIMENT in pint
- bottles, which is warranted cheaper and better than
any other for chnlic, scratches, old sores, galls,
swellings, cuts, bruises. etc.
It cures Cholera, when first taken, in a few hours:
'l)ysentery in halfan honr—toothache in five minutes.
:I is perfectly innocent to take internally, and is re
-sifinended by the most eminent physicians in the
United 'States. Price 25 and 50 cents.
Dr. Tobias could fill a dozen newspapers with cer-
Acates and letters relating to the wonderful cures
iccomPlished by his Liniment, but considers war
•inting it suflic,ient, as any person who does not ob
- tun relief need not pay for it.
Price 50 cents. Di. Tobias' Office, 240 Green•
arch street, New York.
For sale at Dr. H. C. PORTEII ' .S Drug Store, Tow.
Waverly Station, N.. 1 1, 4E.R. R.
t.t.tNG NAST. 11. X. GOING WEST. • 15. X.
' 'f'ln. Express,'• st 12 34 Night Express. • x 3 57
Ncht Express,' a. 10 03 Way Express, r at 11 54
Manta Acc. Ax 6 201Bu6'ale Ex. r 314 37
Dankirk- Ade. A X 1 25 Mail Pass. rix 7 53
Way Pass. rat 5 .16Way Pass. . •xi ♦ 8 27
Hatt Pass. A 111 7 28 Elmira Asc. r is. 5 53
Dutralo Ex. pXI2 41 Freight No 1 pXI2 10
Does not stop at Warerly•
THE STAGE FOR WAVERLY.
Will, until further notice, leave Towanda at 1-4
before 12, M., connecting with the Buffalo Express
cotec %Vest, and all the evening:trains both ways.
ieturning, leave Waverly after the arrival of the
night and morning trains, reaching Towanda in time
,or the Tunkhannock and Bushore stages.
Wednesday, Feb. 22, 1854.
In Williamsburg, N. Y., on the l4th ultimo, Wm,.
na, son of William H. and Frances Baird, aged
5 years, one month. •
NEW SPRING & SIMMER GOODS !
Ts 13 nR• receiving all sorts of NEW GOODS, whkh
*AI 1)(1 sold very low for Cash.
Slav 3, 1854.
PLASTER, SALT, &C.
Two HUNDRED TONS Cayuga Oround Plas
ter, 100 Barrels Salt, 100 Mts. White Stone
bushels Orwell & West Branch Clover
County Cheese. fast received and for sate by
D AILEY & NEVENza.
Towanda, April 27, 1854.
BOAGDS & SHINGLES WANTED.
FIFE HUNDRED FEET Pannel Boards.
5 0;060 *et Common do.'
100,000 feet Collin hoards
300,000 long Mho shingles, for 'which Cash will be
paid on delivery el. S. BAILEY & CO.
Towanda, April 2T. 1851.
Orphans' Court Sale.
vidue of an order oft he Orphans' Court of
1.3 Bradford Connty, I will expose to sale by pub
lic vendee on Tuesday June lb, at one o'clock, P.
M, a piece or parcel of land situate in 'Pike twp ,
bounded north by lands of Charles *Dyer ends. P.
Rockwell, east by S. P. , Rockwell and O. W. Rey,
notcls,.south by J. S. Roberts and E. W. %warmest
by L , fl. Marsh, containing about tad sexes, about
lo acres improved, with a framed house and barn
and shop thereott. J. It MARSH, -
Administrator of the estate of Ejiloti Ratak/ act'4,-
:ire of Pike twp. •
T 8 hereby given, that- thatinsors.and witnesses
A summand to attend Courtkvixt weelr;comtnenc•
fag onlifonday the Bth hist., need not attend. All
maters Von the list for trial requiring-a jury have
been continued—there being but - few - Causes ready
for iFiat, the Court have thonght; best: lei ciiotinne
the ° whole list over. 'All concerned will'ilesse take
notice. The Court will Meet on Monday for bear.
ing of matters upon the segnmeat list, licenses, 4c.
and-for all such matters as may come before them,
nor requiring a jury. - e. THOMAS, /Merit
Towanda, May 3, 1854.
NEW ARRANGEMENT !
t ra. &S. Z. LAiIIiMILIMiX AL CO. ,
THE firm of Lamoreax, Hall & Russell, having
taken in H. Lo•Lanioreux as a- partner, will
continue the Foundry business, generally, under the
name of I. L. & 11, L. L•sroacox & 430., at their
old stand, known as the Eagle Foundry,in the south
part of the Borough of Towanda, where they will
manufacture to order and keep on. hand a large as•
sonment of theAollowing articles, to witr--
of all kinds. including Mill irons,' Mill parings—
the Rose & Johnson Water wheels. 4 . c. 41. e.
Box, Coal, Cooking and Porta stoves, of all kinds,
sixes end prices.
North Branch, Nos. 1, 5 and 7—Blatr.hly Nos. I
and 2—Binghamton, Wayne County, Excelsior,
Side-bill and Corn Ploughs, &c.
Corn-Shellers dr., Straw Cutters.
Wagon boxeg,lsleigh•shoes, Plough points, gearing
for Chain pumps. Grindstones, +c., and other arth
des too numerous to,mention.
Hating secured the services of J. B. IRVINE, well
known as a skillful Machinest, the firth feel confi.
dent th.tt they can Manufacture and repair all kinds
of machinery, in as workmanlike Manner, and on as
easy terms as any establishment this side of New.
Steam Erigines wBI be repaired satisfactorily, on
al ort notice. Particular attention will be paid wire
Pattern Department, and all ordere fulfilled on the
shortest possible notice,
p3' Particular attention is called to J. B. Jrvine's
celebrated Excelsior Plough, which took the first
premium of the Bradford County Fair, of 1853. Also,
to the Elevated Oven Eagle Stove, the best now in
Old trim. Brass, Copper, Zinc, Pewter, and Grain
and ail kinds of Country produce taken in payment.
N. B.—All Notes and accounts due the firm of
Lamoreux, Hal/ and Russell, are left in the hands of
L.L. & H. L. Lamoreux for collection, and immediate
attention is called to the nate, which Karr as rem
by May Court nest.
D. C. HALL, 2 I. L. LAXFORICVS,
C. 8, Bassett. 5 H. L. Lamoarnx.
Towanda. April 1, 1851
TOWANDA FEMALE SEMINARY.
THE fourth quarter will commence ou Tuesday
the 10th day of May next. April 29, 1851.
3Km 3EO MIL 314 - 3K 11117 Nil 90
IN 4111,22C0NS I
A NY man or boy, or any body else wanting any
Yl .kind of CLOTHING. will do well to call on
Gcomot B. Prix las, and see bow
he is selling his new stock. He has now the
Largest Clothing Store
in Athens, and his Goods were all bought cheap and
will be sold cheap. Clothing is much lower in the
city, and Perkins is boanri to let his customers have
the benefit of it.
The Store is new and just fitted up. Two doors
above the brick block, in Athens.
Hats, Caps, 4c, new and cheap.
GEORGE B. PERKINS.
Athens, April 26. 1854.
UST received by Joseph Kingsbury, a large and
complete stock of NE W GOODS, for sale as
ante!, Cum FOIL CASA
Towanda. April 26, 1854.
WAVERLY & TOWANDA R. ROAD!
500 IMIZIN %V./LISTED! I ,
AT ADEXANDERS' & SOLOMON'S, nieces
sors to J. 4 8. Alexander 4 Co.'s Clothing
The subscribers have just received at their old
stand in Metear's Illock,Towanda, a new and good
assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, consist
GENTLEMANS' FURNISHING GOODS
ever imported into the County—all of the latest
styles in market, which are being scattered far and
wide. In the way of Furnishing Goode, we have
a complete assortment—Cravats, Collars, Shirts,
Under Shirts, Drawers, Wrappers, Gloves, Suspen
ders, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery of all kinds, and a
variety of Trunks, &e,
Our Ready-Made Clothing embraces every thing
desirable in that line, and as we buy for Casa, we
can and will sell 20 per cent. lower than any other
Clothing Establishment in Towanda.
Towanda, April 20, Mt M. E. SOLOMON.
*Z 4 MiI Nr ci? GJ 0)0100%
11. S. MERCUR,
IS now receiving one of the largest and best melee.
ted assortment of Merchandise ever before brought
to Bradford county—consisting of DRY GOODS of
every description. An extensive assortment of
common Hardware. Also, Saddlery, Magness and
BlackimiThs' Bellows, Anvils, Tongs, sledges,
Iron,Steel and Nails, Groceries, Oils, Paints,
and Dye-sluffi, Crockery 41. Gass ware,
which will be sold as usual. very cheap for Case
Towanda, April N s 1854.
CLOVER A= VJECOVaIr SEED,
Al the Athens Agricultural Store.
AITEST BRANCH and Ohio Clover Seed, at $7
vit a bushel.
Clean Reaped Tratollsy Seed, wholesale and re
price; $44. Mao a good selection of Gar
den Seeds, for sate cheep. R. ?f. WELLES.
Athens. March 1854.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE
TBE subscriber ,w ill salon reasonable terms the
property owned and -Occupied by her. in the
Borough of Towanda:?t3iti4 property consists of a
lot of land situated nest above A. D. Idontanyerst in
the Northern biberties.binnded north bylirs. Gill.
son's lot, east by William street, south by Division
stroet, and west by Main street—being one hundred
and thirty feet 'deep, and fury feet wide. The streets
regent!) , opened, make this as desirable a building
lot as any in the borough: There is now upon the
tot a small dwelling house. Application may be
made to Catharine Kremer. or to Emanuel. Kremer.
Towanda. April 21, tg.54.
Maws and. Flow 43.101uP
BIATCTILEY. Wayne, county,. Alba or cord!
Plows. Bide hilksubooil oIId .care PlcM 6 and
Castings, for site cheap. , -.-
halm particular pants, to get pall we 11 ,7 awe .
plows and tough castings. I weald inotto'FiruPo'
lar attention to Shi Apia . , or
Call and see. R. M. %TURK _
GROUND PLASTER.-3o toms EattigicUmitnd
Flamer, on hand and fir sale by
March 15,1854, BAILEY AL, NEYIV4I.
- . .
JgARVET Pllol.lt. is jrist receiving a fine
•P • assOrtaiegt Mutnir - 04ns SorritiraGocins which
will be.noidArnittal;verrobeari for CASU.
LOVER SEED—Ntrst 'rate akticle.just astir.
.a anti for _vile at • ' pot: mgrs.
BEAtite-Piteity-fiie !Nisbet : 9 for sale by
CI4III. 74 IITrTORE.
T HE Subscriber! respectfully f
.111.01111 the citizens
of Bradford Minty, as well as all others de—
sirous of putthising, that they bane opened' an es
tablisbateat in Towanda, nett door to 0. I). Sart
lett's istori. where , diet - ,nar - Alrer .to the public at
whole-'sale or retail. a large assortment of
3114141.1rit MUM- zoirmara.
manufactured by or szpressly for themselves, and
warranted to be of the best materials and made in
the mostsubstantial and fashionable manner, which
they will sell at the lowest possible prices.
They will keep on hand an extensive asortment
of Mins. Cattsimeres. Vestinga, and Tailore Trim
mings. - Also Trudlut. Carpet bats. Hats and Caps.
and Gentleman's-Furnishing Goods. c
We 'Mena to offer the public a larger and better
assortment, titan ever before kept in this place. and
to merit.the patronage of the public,by selling them
a good article at prices much lower than any other
Cutting done at the shortest notice.
• 117. Nathan AlesanJer respectfully requests from
his old friends,a continuance of their patronage,
and assures them they shall meet with the same
satisfaction as formerly.
Main street, Towanda; 25 Lake street, Elmira ;
and Tioga, Pa, NATHAN ALEXANDER,
' BENJAMIN COHEN,
April 15, 1854.
BY virtue of an oiler of tpe Orphan's court of the
county of Bradford, will be exposed to public
sale upon the pretnises,'on thd 10th day of May.
1851, at one o'clock, P. M., the following property
late the estate of 1. 1. Watford, deceased—
All that piece or parcel of land, situate in the tp.
of Mbnroe aforesaid, and bounded and described as
follows—Beginning at a stone in the centre of the
State road and Berwick turnpike, at Monroe cor
ners, thence south 91° west 5 & 7-10 perches, to a
stone in the centre of the road, the course of the lot
of N. D. Warlord, dec'd., thence along the line of
said Warlord, north 781° west 8 perches to a post,
thence by the same north 94° east 11 feet to a post,
thence by the same north 784° west 12 3-10 rods to
a post, thence by the same and by H. 8. Phinney's
line south 94 ° west 12 1-10 rods to the line of J.D.
Hintnan's land, thence by the same north 761° west
45 3-10 rods, thence by the same north 4° east 3
rod'., thence by the same north 74i° west 70 2-10
rods to the line of lands claimed by A. L. Cranmer
and J. B. Smith, thence by the line of said Cranmet
and Smith earth 1° east 78 3-10 rods to a post the
corner of lands formerly owned bytichas P. Smith.
thence along the line of land of the same south 584°
east 79 7-10 perches to a post, thence along the same
south 473° east 37 perches to the line of Orange
Schrader's lot, thence by the same south 344° west
33 perches, 1b.... by the line of the lots of Orange
Schrader. Jacob M'Gtll, Brown & Rockwell, Anoint
Fox, Joshua Peckham, south 45° east 19 2-10 rods
to the nonth east corner of Joshua Peckham's tot,
thence by said Peckham 's line north 45° east 11
rods to the centre of the turnpike, thence along the
centre of the turnpike south 45° east 33 3-10 rods
to the &scoot beginning. Containing 42 acres end
32 perches, more or less, about twenty acres under
improvement, with fruit trees, &c., thereon.
There is also upon this property. a Paige tavern
house, situated in the village of Monroeton, with
two large barns attached, now ei;copied by A. D.
Brown. Terms made known on the day of sale.
J. L. ROCKWELL,
J. B. SMITH,
March 22. 184. is Administrators.
Notice to Collectors and Tax-Payers.
YOU are hereby authorized to make a deduction
of five per cent. upon the State Tax, of every
:ndividual who shall pay his or her state and coun•
ty lax in full, on or before the 2 tat day of Jone next,
and the same shall be allowed you in your se tle
mem, provided the same is by you paid into the
County Treasury, on or before the 22d or 23d days
of June next.
Ily order of the Commissioners,
E. M. FARRAR, Clerk
Towanda, April 12, 1854.
DRIED APPLES.-40 bushels Dried Apples--
grafted frni , —on hand and for sale by
March 15. 1854. BAILEY & NEVINS.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the
Commissioners office until 12 O'clock, M., of
Thursday May 4, for building a Codnty Bridge
across; Brown's Creek, in Burlington twp. Plan and
Specifications may be seen at the Commissioners
office on Monday May Ist.
By order of the Commissioners,
April 19, 1854. E. M. FARR IR, Clerk.
eVetiITNAB tko TWIT%
QURNEf OR for Bradford County, is prepared to
1 4-7 attend to the above business in all its branches.
His office is at Monroeton. All lettere addressed to
'him at that place, will meet with prompt attention.
West Branch Clover Seed.
50Bushi1 of West Bsanch Clover seed, just re.
ceived a first rate article, and for sate at the
lowest cash price, by BAILY & NEVINS.
March 1, 1854.
50Barrels of of Binghamton Stone Lime, just re
ceived a first rate artiO,e fresh from the lean,
anti for sale by
Mardi I. ISM.
Get.shels of first rate Clover seed, for sale by
H. 3, MERCUR
Towanda, March 1, 1854.
New Land Clover Seed.
85Bushels of ilea Land Clover seed, just receiv
ed- and for sale cheap by B. KINGBERY.
Towanda, March 1, 1854. e'
.7111 AEC MIT '3IC Mr IMB PAIIC 1 JIM - iir 4,
La. T1NT206331, DRIIMEBR'„
trAVING entered into an arrangement by which
II be can have 111.QCKTEETH furnished to or-
der, informs the public that he is prepared to mount
suction plates in this new and improved method,
The great superiority of the block style of mount.
lug plates is at once apparent to thosewhd have for
any length of time worn artificial teeth, To those
who have yet to he initiated, it is only necessary. to
Say, that in the .old method of mounting the plate
w.th a successio n of single teeth, it was no unusual
thingt for a tooth to , drop off . ; by the new method no
such accident can take place, the teeth being all
connected by each other. In the second place, the
plate with block teeth isalways clean and sweet, be.
cause there is no chance for deposits of food being
made, hoverer small, the upper rim being capped,
thus effectually precluding even the saliva from ma.
king a lodgment, and in the third place, the adapt&
lion of the grinding surface is better fitted for mas.
tiestorY putposes..the irregularities being made ea..
idly to correspond with those Of the teeth of the op.
With a properly fitted section plate, having an air
eitamhar..and mounted with block - teethes person
may crack hickory. is with impunity,.
" And sleep in spite of "±4oottlaelte.
. . ALI WORE WAXIMITILD., • -
Towanda, March 10, ttirif
Orphan's Court Sale.
Binghamton Stone Lime.
DAILY & NEVINS
ALL persons ,indebtliViti , AlteSeitatinog .8. H.
Retina., Aires:red. letc 01 ellintAr . 11 71Ciar.*
hereby requested to make immediste,PhYme*lll9#
those. having claims against said - eitate. ` wilt
please present them duly authentiestedrlor settle
Much 8;11154:, , •
A LT. ,personi knowing thewelUet indebtedooe
estate of Thomas Atilt. _-
Litchfield tovniship, are hereby reiOsested to trt!ilte
immediate plyinent. and these ha sin tClaill*agitinst
said estatewill pleaise present the* duly. authenti
cated for settlement.
Jan. 12, 1854. 1 Adininistrators.
A LL persons Indebted to thriestate of JOHN
TE ED, decewsea, late of Litchfield township, are
hereby requested to make-payment _without delay ;
and all persons having4emanaiagninst said estate
are requested, to present Ahem duly authenticated
for settlement. BETSY TEED.
January 29, 1854. , • ,
U t J.. STAZZILL
•ITTORJrET 164 ,
Mee with the Register and Recorder,
'remarks.; Pa. '
OFFICE in the second story of she Union Block.
north side of the Public square, over the office
of J. C. Adams, Esq. , Sept. 24.
MORE NEW GOODS.
BURTON KINGS BERY
rs Now opening a Nice BTomt or Goons, consist•
L ing of full and,complete assortment of all kinds
which will be sold as cheap as the same quality of
Goods can be bought anywhere this side of New.
Towanda, Dec. 10,1853.
WINTER GOODS !
Joseph Polo ell,
Ts NOW receiving a large stack of WINTER
I GOODS, of every detcription, which the public
is respectfully invited to call and examine. es au&
cient inducement will be offered to those wishing to
purchase. to make it an object for them to do so.
Towanda. Dec. 8, 1853. .
MINK SKINS.—The highest price will be paid in
cash for any quantity of Mink skim by
Jan. 1. 1054. MONTANYES' & CO.
TO THE PUBLIC !
:Y.*l l 4Wir'Of 3Vt‘t‘i
A HE just receiving st their large and commodious
New Store, opposite the Court House, a large
soot' 'merit of
Peat3sions, Groceries, Yankee Notions, Toys, Fruit,
Ccmjectionrtry, Witt= Ware, 4-c.,
making their stock the largest, most complete atul best
in Northern Pennsylvania. And the very Itberal pat
ronage they have received from the public during the
year past, establishes the fact that they either sell
chiaper or 4ell goods of a better quality than any oth
er dealers. r •
To merit and indery a continuance of so liberal pat
ronage we shall still follow our old motto—"ll,lALT.
PROVITS, QUICK 111111131.313, em) ♦ TRIMCICST IIIEW
at or sToct.."
Below we name a few of the articles that always be
found in our stock :
Black and green tea, Rio and Java coffee, chocolate,
cocoa, sugar. molasses, syrup, ginger, pepper, spice,
cloves, nutmeg, cinamon, mace. 4ods, Altera tus, cream
tartar, peppersauce, sperm and tallow candles, hard
soap, vinegar, starch, 4-c.
Mess pork, dried beef, hams and shoulders, mackerel,
codfish, shad, picketed herring, smoked herring, wheat
flour. buckwheat Dour, corn meal, cheese, rice, beans,
potatoes, butter, lard, crackers, &c.
Fruit di Nuts.
Prune+, citrons, figs, en:. currants, raisins, dried
peaches, apples, almonds, Filberts, Brazil nuts, Greno,
ble and Madeira walnuts, pee nuts, chestnuts, &c.
French and American Toys,
Fancy Hoods, At. &c.
Tin wagons, rocking horses, boys' sleighs, China &
pewter toy tea netts. dolls, trumpets, accordions, barmo,
nicas, &c. Glass. paper and wood inlaid work boxes
and toilet cases—toy bureaus, secretaries, writing desks
—plain and embroidered Work baskets, knitting. do
pearl, ivory, papier macho and leather port monism
wallets nod purses. ivory ,horn and wood pocket combs
toilet combs, ivory fine combs, pocket inkstands, pock
et and small fancy mirrors, tobacco and snuff boxes,
tiger cases, perfumery and ban oils.
Brooms; mopoticks, clothes pins, bench screws, twit
tow clothes baskets and market baskets, sugar and spree
Candy of all kinds.
Dairy and table Salt, Salina Do. etc. etc. etc.
Country' dealers supplied at a small advance from
New York prices.
cj - • Most kinds of country produce taken in ezchruwe
for goods. DAILEY & NEVINS.
Towanda. January 2. 1854.
rurs 1 Furs II
A(ramify of Far Vietorines and Cuffs of different
qualities. for sale AT cosT by
Jan. 19, 1851. , H. S. MERCHR.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of D
Havens, deed. late of Standing Stnne,are hereby
requested to make paymenrwithout delay, and those
having claims against raid estate, will please pre—
sent th em duly authenticated for settlement
S. W. ULM
DEBORAH HAVENS. 5
Aug. 27 1853.
THE GOOD TIME HAS COME!
MIZONTANIMIS dr. CO.
rjAVE come to the conclusion 'hat the time has
L.L come, that debts can be collected, and after
waiting patiently for Years, and finding the Good
Time has srrived, when\ farmers are realizing almost
double for their Product", they hope this notice will
suffice for a more extensive one and that payments
will either be made in Grain iit the present high pn
ces or in Cash,
Their Assortment of GOODS is replenished week.
ly from New York City, end will be sold cheaper
than at retail in the Great Emporium itself.
Towandit, lanuary 31, 1954.
F,~..:~.~ ~~.L. , ~.~;t~~~~~f 1~
The subscribers, Administrators of the estate of 0.
B.Gray, deceased, hereby give notice that they will
attend at the house late of sai I deceased, on Tuesday
and Wednesday, the 7th and fah of March nest, for
the purpose of settling said Notate. All persona hav
ing claims will please present' them in proper shape
for settlement, and all petards indebted are notified
that a settlement will be-expected:at that time with
out fail. A. W. GRAY,
February 3, 1854.• J. J. W. GRAY,
'UST received—a- new aupply cf School end Mis.
4 11, °enormous flop_ko.. ••,• J. KrSGSBERY. '
• He°. 12, 1833. •! • • •
cistern" and Wen Sumps I
EAT.riVe r'llyafrantio:Razas ! ' of any . kspd,
bize, &c..Oheap fur ready Oay. fOr **by - . _
Jan. 8, ts5J, VVAlllig6cf-
DR. VOIMRI7 - DFFICE &DRUG:STORE,
SOUTH.', END - OF THE WARD HOUSE,
?routing the Public Square.
T - iviscriber,:thinkful few iheltheral , pationage received the past year, intends to keep constantly •ow
A band a full assortment of thOierj best articles usually kept in our line, which as WILL dispose of on
each terms as will be'ratisfactory than whO may patronize him.. The purchases are made entirety with cash
in hand, and for the CANII our customers wilt receive the benefit of a good article et a low price. All articles
not answering our reeornmendatidri,litifl be cheerfully taken back, and Me money refunded.
gg- Medical Adel& gratuitously tires at the 9Uicre charging .suly for , the .1/edition.
The stock consists of a complete and idea assortment rt - ,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, AND-CROCERIES,
Pure Wine & Liquors, for Medicinal nse, London Porter & scotch Ale.
ALL 7HE MOST' POPULAIV PATENT MEDICINES !
"FRESH SAMMIE & BURNING - FLUB-NEW & BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS OF LAMPS
American Pocket Cutlery, (Warranted Good.)
Superior TOSACCO & UM= !----Cholco brands of Pura Ziavanna, Principe
• ,and 'Zara CIGARS
PAINTS, 013, VARNISHES, WINDOW GLASS, BRUCSHES, PERFUMERY,
• FANCY ARTICLES, &c. &e. •
Black and Green Tens ; Rio and .lavtf Coffee ; Molasses, Syrups, Sugars, Spices, &e. Sao.
Salmon, Mackerel, Sardines, &c.
REMEMBER THE ETORE-SOUTII END OF TOE .WARD HOUSE!
-A:NO IT M'OTT'O--
c' Vie hat Qaulily of Goods—Fall Assothnent—Modarate Profits—Ready Atkntion to Crstomers —no
Adulteration of Good—Candid Advice as to Patent Remedies , --andClose Attention to Business."
VUTBICILAN & StriLGEON,
Residence, on Pine Street. opposite the obi Presbytrrion
Offers his professional services to the people of
Towanda and vicinity. Can always he found athis
office. in Di. P.m-rates Drug Store, Whoa not pro
ATTORNEY AT LAW, TOWANDA.
north end of the Wnrd !burr, (lately occupied
by I.uporte, Musou & Co.)
Towanda. March, 5, I R 53.
Towomin. November 12, 1851
DR. E. H. MASON,
~. _ ~l°
TONS more of those cheap Sugar. , just 'reed.
and for sale by PHINNEY.
TEAS—A ' few chests goad and cheap for sale
BOOTS lit SHOES, the largest end cheapest as
snrimeni in Towanda, by PHINNEY.
1111ESS Goods, of the latest styles and patterns,
consisting in part of Motn.lin Detainee, all wool
detainee black 4 fancy silk., French, Domestic and
Scotch Gi Theme 4- prints, of every style by
Oct, Y 4, 1€153. PIIINNEY.
HATB, Caw, & Bonnets, a large assortment and
cheap. by • PHINNEY•
rILAYrus, eam.imeres, vesting,, sallinets, jeans.
and Tweeds of all just received by
Oct. 24, 1853
lANNELS—French, Dconesli.c. and Sahshory,
.1: for sale by PIIINNEV.
VA/ANTED—aII kind 4 01 uratn C !um - bet for
I, which some cash will be pail by
Oct. 21. 1853
The War Question Bring Settled in
iIEOIIIC ct-- g_.;_; •
mONT,ANYEB Sr ('O. have come to the c. nelu
sion rn pritarg, 1!10:•11- I,, , ine“, in view of the
unparalleled oro•pe, it) that mos; re-alt from a state
peace. The . ilo (lore, after returning thanks for
former favors, invite the attention of the citizens of
this and adjoining emirates to the examination of
r.iu and Winter Goods.
consisting of all the variesie; of Fancy and Dress
Goods, as also heavy staples,
Hardware. Crockery, Groce icc, Harness and Car
nage Trimmmgv, Iron, Leather. rc,
all a which %ill be offered nt wholesale or retail, at
prices that cannot fail to please.
Sept. 1, 1853.
ANL AIL IL NIL JIM
lEZZIL I I O §
South Corner of Ahrcor's Block, Street,
AhE now opening their stock of GOODS for the
; Fall and Winter trade, comprising a full
and complete assortment, and of the usual v ar i et y,
which will ho sold at a very small profit fur I:eatlsl
Pay. Among the assortment of
Dar (001 M,
will be lonnti a grem, variety of Ladies Dress Utiods
iCIP, pan of
Bereges, ‘ll rege Delninsis. Delaines, Lotenv.
plain' and printed : Ging-teams . English,
Sattch ead American ; Poplins,
Prints. if all shoiles nod
en/orr 11T , tYc
Also, for men's wear may be found Broad Cloitis,
Cassimeres."l'weeds, Kentucky Jeans. silk, Malin
and EtumMer Vest/m...5.
Mao, Sheetimrs, Shirtinv. Ta4eneffed and brown.
Tickines, Sommer Orietis for boys' a ear, Cowl,
Yarn, Carpet, Warp, Cotton Batten, Are., An.
GROCERIES AND PROV /MONS.
A full stock wilt be kept on hand. Tho.e in want
of Sugars, Teas, Coffee, Molasses, Stewart's best
Syrop,Spice,n, Pepper Ginger, Saletains, Flour,
Fish, flalt.Tobacco, or any other *nide in this line,
will do well in calf on us before purchasing else'
A large a irdendid assortment... Crockary, Glas s
and Btorre-ware. Roots and Shoes, fiats and Caps—
N a il s . Paints, flits; Malts and Puny.
Thankful for the liberal peunnagc of-thepast sea
son. the underidgoed feel
~ a pleasure in inviting the
public to an . examinatieri nut Spring -stock, be
lieving that good Ocala and low prices will insure
a speedy sale for ready pay. TRACY & MOORE.
Towanda, Nov. 24 .11W. ••
. . , Paper Praegage, . .
.. , _ , .
way fine variety of Sotto' •dod common pare,
.111 - ifangings.cortain papemand crangparrot win'.
doxviillade.t.jaot reed bri—:-.4 , J. POWELL'. ?
To*Undi.tlept. 10. T 85.1 i
A complete assortment of black, plaid and colored
4 1**s silks—An s'cladeteiptes, mouslin del ai
Deßegesaltibet slottts E peramcuse r ite, jut rector.
ed by • • - 3.,POWELL.
SPLENDID ESSOIITMENT OP
‘ l [, 7 iSipia to dispose of his property. in Shrille
st con , townehip. Bradford county, Perrnsylva.
nia, the subscriber offers it for sale upon the most
reaconiliWterms, and invites the attention of those
wishing to purchase.
The prripeity contains two hundred and forty-three
acres of laud, lying along the Susquehanna river,
with a large portion of river flats, of the very best
quality of grain land, and well adapted for a dairy.
The improvements are a large two story
vtt BRICK HOUSE. built fast year, and L c.
ise,7 jibed in the best style, with brick kitchc n
and wood house attached. There are a!, ,
three other Dwelling h.onses and three Barns, a- I
two large double roofed sheds for stables and
There are also three ORCHARDS of choice spy!,,
trees, and a young Peach orchard of 55 trees, selec
ted with care.
(Inc hundred and eighty-five acres are under im
provement, and the bslance is covered with timber,
%rich as oak. hickory, yellow pine, arc &c., all being
well -•upplied with springs of water.
This property was formerly in three farms, and
will now be sold to suit purchasers, eithera hole or
.eparitely, and terms-of payment made easy. trof
fer.; inducements rarely met with, being within 3
miles of Towanda, (the county seal). opposite the
N irth Branch Canal, 14 mites from the New York
York and Erie Railroad. and immediately upon tho
line or the projected North Pennsylvania Railroad
Application may be made to Uctsses Mecucria,Esq
at Towsnda. or the subscriber upon the premises.
Jan 2, 1t454, JOHN WIITA HON.
If the shove proper'y is not sold by the Ist of
March next, the Farms will be reined, reserving the
privilege of selling. ,
TIM'? Institution, for the education of young ladies
wa , Opened on Tuesday the 20th September, in
the budding formerly occupied by Mrs. Mercur.—
It is uuw under the charge of MisS OLIVIA LI HAN.
SON, aided by her sister. Miss RKIIKI:CA D. 1314.1r50x.
The Humber of pupils is limited to thirty. The
scholastic year consists of forty-four weeks,
T5.01113 , --$6, $9, and $l2 per , qurrier, according to
the studies pursued.
No extra charge for the Latin Language. French,
$3 per quarter.
Hartnascas—Rev. Dr. MacasaN, Vice President
of the College of New Jersey, Princeton.
Hon. DASID WILMOT, lugs LAPOIITE ESQ" C. L.
Waan r Esq.. HoN.Gao. Sstroancon. Towanda.
AITISS RDHECCA D. HANSO:si proposes to give
IVI instruction to the young ladies of this place
on the PIANO. Terms—slo per quarter.
Application to he made to Miss Hanson at the
Ward House, or at tha Towanda Female Seminary
septernher 22, 1853.
NEW AND CIIEAP GOON,
( - 1 D. BAR'rWrr, is now receiring a lam*
V. and carefully, selected stock of
bought for onsh since the late decline in mice*.
which be will fifer for icady pay at prices which
cannot fail to give satiefactionamong otherthings
he invites particular attention to his assortment of
Towanda, April 15, ltra.
A(QUANTITY of West grand) Clover Seed, jail
received and (,r sale by •J. POWELL,
February 15, 1851.
IT HE Uniform Melitia of the first Bra,
Bade, will meet in Battalions for
parade, review and Inspection. it the
&1 following order t—Tbe second liaitalon
meet on Mooday, the Bth day of
May, t 854. The 4th Battalion, on
, day, the 9th day of May, and the ftri
Battalion on Wednesday, May 10th.
Commanding Cale-ern of Battalion,
will appoint the place of meeting, and
~ give proper notice thereof, within the
bounds of their respective commands:
Brigade Inspector's Office, LeßaYiTillee - Apr. 6,1
1854. . JOAN A. COBDiNtl t Inspector,
rlPHEeopdrinership under ',Wei the subscribers
base' ('one business, -is ibis day dissolved by
'mutual consent. rile business will be dined aptlt
either party st tbe Ohl Stand. Debts - dtie=us taus%
be paid. WELLES & - HARRIS.
Adiehs. Jan. 11. )854. „
NEW,DAfiRELS. fit for Pork ox
• - )1—"J. for sale at 15c each, by vpton CO,
Totranda, Aug. 10, tti'3.
11. C. PORTER, IL D.