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wouLD respectfully call , the attest %of the
public to their large stock of ?dens' and boys'
irnisbing Goods;coniusting of eyerreartety of
roadeloths, Cashmeres, Dos Theerts, Kentucky .
Jeans, Linens, "Skirts, Collars. Stocks, Cravats,
Hosiery, 'Suspenders' Rats. Carpet ,
which will be said cheek, than the some guality can
be sold in an? other establishment in:this country.
They have also an bandit well manufactured as
sortment of ~`
to which we invite the attention of buyers. Our
Clothing is mostly made op in the •Ahnp—and not
purchased at " sloptshops"—as some we wotof.
Orders in the Tailoring line executed in the mopt
fashionable manner, at the shorted notice, and war
r public will please notice one fact, that
wp-oas i'titd practically acquainted with the b .siness
'is capable of judging of the quality and make of a
garment; hence the reason why the community
have been so much imposed arum by a certgirCelass
of community who deal in the article , who, if they
were not practically and professionally cheats, could
'.necessity know nothing about the business.—
They are eertnin. if the public would consult their
true interest, they would purchase only of those ac.
onainted w'th the business.
Towanda. April 12,1854.
'AILIVANDERS & SOLOMON,
TN the Brick Block. next door to Mercurs store have
.1. just added to their stock, a large and fashiona
ble assortment of
Ready made Clothing,
ADAPTED TO TAE SEASON,
of every variety. both of atyle and price, to which
they ask the attention of the public. This is now
the largest stock
Ever Offered in Towanda !!
and will be sold at prices considerable lower than
ever before known in this place. Oar goods are
selected with a regard both to style and price, and
offer inducements,not to be met with at any other
Strangers visiting Towanda in want of Clothing
TEE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
at our establishment, in this section of the coyntry.
and made in such style and materials as, to ensure
satisfaction; We shall endeavor by
LOW PILICErde GOOD CLOTIZING,
to secure patronage. feeling confident that our arti
cles w! I give satisfaction to the purchaser.
e ssortment comprises every article required
f r a gentleman's outfit. TERMS--CASH.
Overcoats, Coats Pants, Otrcralls Caps 4.e.
Locaatoas.--Next door south of Mercur's Main
at. Towanda'; and N 0.7 Water •ta. Amoco* Hall.
ac7All kinds of Country Produce, Mr001,4-c., tak
en is exchange for Goods.
J. ALEXANDER, '
M. E. SOLOMON.
Towanda, October 13, 1853.
TWICE BURNT OUT !
Over J. Kingsbery's Stere—Eintrance nett dom to
Montanyes' Store, up stairs.
GRATEFUL for past favors, announces to his
friends and the public in general, that he still
keeps on hand a good assortment of RrADT Mao
Curium., which he will sell cheap for 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, and employs none but the best of
workmen in making them up. He would assure
his customers that his Clothing is manufactured un
der his own eye, and in his own shop, and not let
out by the job to unexperienced or incompetent work.
men. Thus, persons wishing 'a suit or any portion
thereof, can order the same with a perfect certainty
of getting a good fit.
He has also on hand a general assortment of gen.
ttemen's Shirts and Collars, which he will sell
cheap for cash.
cry Custom work promptly done as usta. He
invites his friends to call on him at his dew quarters,
over J. Kingsbery's store, and immediately opposite
U. Mercur's Law Office, before buying elsewhere.
?(ow if-you are wanting, you surely can find, -
Coats, Pants and Vests just made to your mind,
I% nice and so snug they'd suit to a T„
So perfectly fine, there's no room for a flea.
Ityour linen wants chang ing . and sometimes it will,
You'll find shirts and coll ars e. fora very small bill;
Come then one and all, who are out clothes bun tang,
And you can be Sued by GZORGE H. lios-riso
N. B. He is sole Agent for El.!as Howes Jr.
Patent Sewing Machine,
for the counties of Bradford and Susquehanna. Any
person wishing to purchase the right for using the
above Machine in said counties,•can be accommo
dated by calling on him, where they can see it ope•
rate. It is well demonstrated that this machine is
the best patent now is uie. Its validity has been
establishpd by trial at law in Boston, in July, 1852.
Tutu tri o resulted in fully confirming and establiab
ialg the claims et Howe's Original Patent to the ex.
elusive right and use of all needle and shuttle Ma
ehinei, or theirequivalents, and the stitch and seam
formed thereby- G. H. B.
The public are cautioned against purchasing spu
rious hfacbines,as all Sewing Machines now in use
infringe upon this invention, and all parties who
have infringed, • by using Machines or _otherwise,
whe wish to save legal expenses, may obtain proper
license under the original patent by applying as
Towanda, August 15, 1853.
The Waverly Ready Made Clothing,
NS SENT'S FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT.
alltott & Weill, rilierchaat Tailors,
HAVE the honor of announcing to the citizens of
Bradford Ccionty, that they have just received
die largest andsmost fashionable stock of
FALL & WINTER CLOTHING,
over brought into g old Tl:tga,' 'consisting in pare of the
Ozer. Dress, Frock and Sack Coats ; Nests, Pants,
Shirts, Drawers, Wrappers, Overalls, Stocks,
Cravats.Oollars, Pocket h'dkiii,drc.
Chas and Trimmings constantly on hand—also
the fall fashion of Hats and Caps.
Our stock of Furriishing Goods is unsurpassed in
nom sod comprising everything necessary for a gen
tleman's outfit. Particular attention will be paid to our
Having received the latest New York Faahions, We am
in/Toted to get up suits on the shortest notice and in a
superior manner. CUTTING done on short notice,
and warranted to fit if properly made no.
MOTT & WELLS.
Broad at.; first door east of the Yost Office.
Waverly, Nov. 10, 1853
REED'S D UG STORE
TS now being refurnished with a new and splendid
1 Stock of DRUGS & MEDICINES, Fancy Goods,
Limps—some of them new and beautiful patterns.
In short, everything advertised in hit regular col.
man, has been completely filled up, rith fresh Goods
from New-York and Philadelphia.
Mathewson's Horse Remedy,' Gargling Oil, Mus
tang Linament, and;eseral new and popular Medi.
Class Cla which wilt be Id eztreenely low for Cish.
Paints, Oils Varnishes, Glass, Wines Liquors,
4■4., as usual. •
March 24, 1854. •
DRUG-..: - ':'ST.::O R
IS now beine e replearshed with a foil and complete
Paints . Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass y Pure Wines
and Diquors, 4.., 4y.,
In short, every thing connected with the trade. The
Goo& have been boaght remely low,' for cash,
and sold accordingly. -.
N. B. A superior article of Tanner's and Neat's
FoorOil just received.
07 Rsissiaza.the place-3 doors south of Men.
tanye's corner—same building of the' Argus Office.'
July 30, 1853,
NO. 2 BRICE ROW, BURNT OUT,
BUT STILL ALVE !
REMOVED to the store recently occupied by .
S. Bailey as grocery and Post office 3 doors
south of Montanyes corner. where he has, received
a toll, new and complete stock of DRUGS, MEDI.
VINES, GROCERIES, &c. which he will sell cheap'
et for cash than even
Here yor will find annexed a few leading articles:
Senna Alex., Fosgate's Cordial)
do Indie Elix Opi
Cream Tartar Hay's Liniment
Sop - C - Soda Hair Dye
Manna, Harlem Oil
Magnesia Cale'd Ointment, Tracks
do Carb, do Dalley's
.do S S do' McAllester
do Henry's Shakers Herbs
Colocynth . do Extracts
do Apple Tilden's Alcoeolic Ex't
Cochineal libel Extract
Trusses Hulls Jalap Extract
do Marshes, Meakirn's Vanilla Ex't
do Shaker, do Lemon do
Balsam Wisters do Mace do
do Cheesraans do Almond do
do Fir do Cloves
do Copabia do Allspice, do
do Toln do Nutmegs do
do Peru do Peach do
do Pulmoffary do Ginger do
do Sulphur Jo Cinnamon do
Acid Tartaric do Orange do
do Acetic do Tonka do
do Benzonic Lubin's Springflower
do Citric do Musk do
do Nitric do Violette do
do Oxalic do Magnolia do
do " Hy drocyanc do Sweet Bret' do
do Sulphuric de Jennie do
Oil Linseed „, • do lock'v Cl'b do
do Sperm do Caroline de
do Olives 1 do Jenny Lind do
do Castor do Boquet do
da Neatsfoot . Syringe, Pewter as'm'nt
do Almonds Jo Glass do
do Amber Rect Nursing Bottles, Glass
do Amber Red , do do G. E.
do Anisi lad Rhei Turk
do Caraway ' do do
-do Croton - ' do Ipecac
do Cobebs do Jalap
do Cunimin do Ginger White
do Fennel, 4 do Orris
do Lemon Gum Camphor
do Cassia do Opi 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 I Chloride Lime
do Rhodium do Soda
do Rosa Castor Russ
do Cedtat,lsinglass do
do Copabia (Evens' Lancets
do Ergot !Nitre Silver, Op't
do Verbena lOxid Bisn uth
do Violette Blue Pill me'.
do Mellesse ilodide Potass
do Mellefluer Tart ' do
do Patchouty Carb do
Brushes, Paint Sulph , do
do Varnish Oaustie do
do Hair Citrate Ferri
de Hair,Camel lodide do
do Nail Tannin
do Tooth Proto lod Mercury
do Spaying Strycimia
do Flesh Piperin
do Cloth Elaterium
do Hat lodine
Soap, Yankee Veratrin
do . Crystalline Kieosote
do Eng. Wi Low's Hydra Cum Crete
do Coopers ' -1 ' Morphine Sulph
do Rose do Act
do Victors Calomel, American
do. Orange do English,
do Tuoth Precipitate Red
do Elusive do White
do Castile Sulph Zinei
do Military Bronze, Crimson
do Ravin do Pale Gold
do Brown do Dark do
Fricopherous do White
Pain Killer Gold Leaf, Op't
Ayers Cherry Pectoral China Vermillion
Oxygenated Bitters America do
Stoughton Bitters Prussian Blue
Chloroform Fig do
Hoffman's Anodyne Venitian Red, English
Together with Paints, Turpentine, Varnh.b. Dye-
Woods & Dye-Stoffs, Glass, Putty, choice Groceries,
pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal purposes.—
Also, Cigars of the best brand ; and all articles con
netted with the trade.
Having secured the services of Dr. S. Husrow,
whr keeps his office at this store, and will give me
dical advice gratis to people, they paying for the
me canes only. Physicians can rely upon having
the" prescriptions carefully compounded and put
up. The stock gas been selected with great care,
and the goods will be warranted as represented.
MI of Dr. D. Jaynes' medicines. Ayres Cherry Pee.
torial, Schenck, Pulnionic Syrup of Yellow Dock
Root, Orrick's, Hobenamcks, and Jaynes' Vermifuge,
Together with all of the most popular Patent medicines
now in usa constantly on hand and for sale at
REED'S Drug Store.
Three Doors below Moutanye's Amer.
Towanda, January 3, 1853.
60BARRELS ofold Ohio Whiskey - just received
and for said wholesale and retail, at Reed's
8 QUINTLES of Codfish, 20 boxes of Herring,
barrels of Saleratus, warrented in prime
order, left on sale at New York cub prices at
REED'S Drug Store. - Towandsolan. 28, 1853,
1 (IR EMPTY Barrels, suitable for Cider,, Poik
Utrand "Beef packing, &c, is good order, Tor
sale cheap at RECTOS DRUG STORE.
Sept. 4; 1853.
Boots and ItborS.
Cinevery description. for ladies and misses, Mlle
V boys' and children? wear, just reed by
tiept to. J. POWELL.
Tli sr- ANDITOVE STORE,
Bradford County. Pennsylvania
HovErs Patent aphid knife flay end littraw . Cut •
tent, of mations sizes. No. I. 2, 3. 4. 6 and 6.
Price—s 6, .$9,. $lO. $l2. 416 and $2O. These Cut—
tersare better and cbeaper thin the straight knife Cut
ter, with knives set diagonally on the shaft..,
1 1`he knives , on- Hovey's. Colter are spiral, which
enables them to cut at .right angles ageing the rawhide
roller. They cut steadily, -with no jerking—an. easily
kept in repair. Each lutife can be taken off and shar—
pened without disturbing the *eft (er other knives)
- and if necessary Ascii knife can be set out or in, so as
to keep them all true, if one - knifit should wear faster
than another. Every farmer should have one of these
labor and feed saving machines.
al. For sale wholesale and retail—a liberal discount
` made , to those wbo'buy to sell agaip.
Athens, Pa., November 10,185/: 1
Treasurer's Sale of Unseated lands:
I N pursuance of the provisions of an act of the
General Assembly,patsedihe 13th day ofidarch
110k:011d:other pets of Assembly, will be es:posed
to public sale at the Commissioner ' s ' office in the
boro' of Irowands, on the 2d Monday of June ISM
the tracts of land described in the following list,
unless the butes due on them are paid before that
NO. . NO: 99999►
418 ' Andrew Bockbart $lO 18
294 Abel Pierce 18 51
180 nuncio Bradley . 10 , 08
100 David 84eptierd - 8 $0
1512 300 Charles Carol! 7 20
60 pt. Hannah Hibbard 3 78
216 Joel Barret 13 60
89 Hannah Hibbard 6 62
5 pt.Wm Hibbard 32
100 pt.Thos Jackson 6 30
100 Wm Jackson L 630
100 pt. Sally Fish 6 30
lel pt. Christopher Avery II 37
300 Bower Philip 18 90
1481 157 James Wilson 6 18
1983 333 J Wilson 11 00
11404 - - Arina • Charles Carroll 2 BO
1493 193 do 7 44
1486 100 do 8 30
4101 Casper Shaffner Ir. 25 67
4051 John Morgan 25 56
5 7 8 17Opt.Wm Smith [4 08
400 Peter Seely 25 20
1482 190 James Wilson 11 97
w 400 Peter Hampton • 25 20
400 James North 25 20
265 Deborah Stewart 16 67
1481 108 Jarties Wilson 6 80
39 Daniel anath 2 42
387 "Joseph Thompson 24 36
200 Win Norton 12 61
1488 100 Charles Carroll 2 40
1491 450 do 10 80
1491 184 do 4 41
EVITTHIPILLD •ND AIMS.
1490 100 Charles Carroll 13 20
1516 600 Charles Carroll 14 40
1507 250 do 6 00
1515 169 do 4 06
150 George Prince 9 35
75 Henry Porter 4 70
49 Porter Geo & James 9 21
75 Charles Field 4 70
100 Henry Field 6 30
35 Philip North 2 21
200 Samuel Field 12 60
88 Wm Porter 5 54
14 James Smith 89
Also—At the same time and place will be ex
posed to sate the following Real Estate in par:n—
once of the fony—ftrst section of an act of general
assembly, pasted the 29th day of April A. D. 1844,
Townships f year. f T. whom asedd. f Am'l Tax
Armenia 1851 Benj Coolbaugh ft 210
do . .... Sabin Rockwell 70
do 1852 Benj Coolbaugb 240
do .... W Johnson 64
do .... Labia Rockwell 80
Albany .... Cornelius Malonia 134
Asylum .... N& J C Benjamin 458
•do ..... Ralph Peter"' heirs 80
do ..... Michael Croak 114
do .. Lemon Pearce 152
Burlington 185; Sylvester Hill 154
do .... Wm Simpson 213
do .... Wm Taylor 70
do .... J H Watson -. 179
do .... Geo Gates 245
do .... C F Welles 287
d 0... Jas /1 English 154
do 1 852 Moses Bennett 1 31
do .... Jas H English 170
do .... Limon P Hanson 131
Dwell 1848 Susan M'Affee 252
do 1849 do 2 28
do 1852 dol 80
do .... Geo Place 235
Franklin 1851 J A Payne 105
do 1852 Geo Beagle 160
Granville .... Henry Hawley 490
do .... Asahel Fairchild 89
Herrick 1851 Berri Bennett :t 24
do .... Barnard Clark 157
do .... Owen Dougherty. Si
do .... Susan Ingham 170
do .... Jame* Wood 362
do 1852 Jas A Hull 139
de .... James Wood 417
do •,. • • Orrin Coleman 131
Leßoy ~ .. James Lyon 99
Orwell .... Wm Blair 278
Rome 1851 Aggeta Lent 120
do .... H H Lent 126
do .... -: Cheater Wedge 1 56
do .... David Ecklor 177
do .... Daniel Hill 54
do. .... Samuel Cooley 32
Swab Creek .... ' .1 W Mandcrville 77
do 1852 James Giger 160
do .... Henry Turk ' 120
Smithfield ...• .1 T Hall 373
do .... John 0 Stems 3ba
do 1852 do 4 03
do .... R L Morton 134
do .... Wm Ralphe 120
do • ... -L D Tyrrell - 240
TowandAlorolBs3 ~ L WTHlltiii , : 1 65
Towanda tp. .... Prremsk Gregg 155
Ulster 1851 James Gazley, 450
Warren .... . Thos G Dann 1 311
Wyscia 1852 H C Bull - '52
do• !Jai L Gorsline - 304
.PRECEPTOR FORDES,Tressurer. ..
Towanda, April, 5, 1854.
.L ty, Sash dm., just received by PHINNEY.
1 c s vi 4, • ••'
le* ,star lilt. Mk. 4E3 4.1
In the South end of the Ward Rouse;
ii. C. PORTER,
Wholesale and 'Dealer in
GILMEILIZA MVOS% die.
Paints, Oils, Parishes , Window Glass,
Stuff PERRAWERY i
unt FANCY ARTICLES
Dr s and Bing Ffnids. • .
Regular Agent for the following genuine , popular
PATENT MEDICINES :
Dr. Jaynes' Medicirei-- Ayre'S Cherry Pectoral
Alterative, Vermifuge. Schenck's pul. syrup
Expectorant, Liniment Hoofland's bitters
Hair Dye, &c. Pepsin (for dyspepsia)
Dr. Fitch's Macinea Acoustic oil
Dr. Sway nes
_,do Indian Cholagagae
Dr.Keeler's . 47 do ILyon's rat pills
Brant'a Balsam & Est Pile Medicines
Orrick's Vermifage • Salt Rheum and Teeter
Graefenberg Medicines ointment!'
Gargling Oil , Trask's mag do
Pain Killers Spavin & founder do
Galvanic belts, &c. McAllister's do
Heave & Condition pow. Eye waters
Rock Rose Cephalic snuff
Uterine Catholicon Corn salve
Tooth ache4rops , Sticking: 1 do.
Hair invigorator & dyes. W istaVs bal. wild cherry
Bed bug poison Female Pills
Townsend's Sarsaparilla Bullard's oil soap
Plasters and Pills of alllßalsam Life
lands. Harlem Oil
And many others, not enumerated, all warranted
01' Remember Dr. Poirrsn's Drug and Chemical
Btoreis in the South end of the Wari House, front.
ina the Public square. H. C. PORTER. M. D.
PEOPLE of Bradford County wishing anythin •
nice in the way of Monuments, Headstones
Tomb Tables, Centre Tables of Italian and Amer.
ican Marble, or Black Stones of all sizes, can
have them on the shortest notice by sending in
their orders, cheaper and better than can be par
gl.Chester Wells, Cabinet Maker and underta
ker, nearly opposite the Ward House, Towanda,
Agent. c G. W. PHILLIPS.
Towanda March, 31, 15,53,
Importazt to Zotusekeepers:
„... THE subscriber thankful for the
---_ _ -:-..t..---I—r-zz liberal patronage heretofore re
='•” - '-' . .'3 4 - 1 •., ''',: ceived, begs leave to inform hi.
17'171: c-7.-,•ig , friends and the public generally,
. 1 , • i •I, I! and those commencing House
:— ;--.' I 7 - 7: - f keeping in particular that be has
li. Ail now on hand a large assortment
"""• of FURNITURE, which he will
warrant to be made in a substantial manner, and of
the best materials.
BUREAUS, such as mahogany and walnut dress
ing bureaus, marble and plain tops ; mahogany and
fwalnnt washstands, marble tops, and plain, of dif
ferent patterns, Card and end tables, Sofas. Couch
es, whatnots, &c.
BEADSTEADS.—High, Field, French and low
post beadsteads, finished in handsome style and of
approved patterns, together with other furniture usu
ally called for, all of which will be sold on the most
o:7' 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-
FINS READY MADE. CHESTER WELLS.
N. B.—Furniture of all kinds . made to order, and
warranted to be of the best matt rials and workman
Towanda, January 17, 1852.
NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP.
THE subscribers respectfully inform the public that
they have taken the shop formerly occupied by
Adam Esenwine, on Main street, nearly opposite
Drakes wagon shop, where they are prepared to do all
kinds of BLACKSMITHING upon reasonable terms.
They are determined by doing their work well and
promptly, to merit, as they hope to receive a share of
HORSE—SHOEING done in the best manner. All
kinds of repairing Machinery, executed in the moat skit
WOOD WORK for wagons will also be made and
All work done at their shop, will be warranted to be
well done, and manufactured from the best materials.
The public are requested to give us a trial, and judge
for themselves. ESENWINE & SEEBISCHIL
Towanda, May 2, 1851.
LEAVE Towanda for Mercur's
Ridgebery, and Wellsburg de
pot on the N; Y. & E. R. R., every MONDAY, WYD•
asses, and Fatnsv at 8 o'clock A. Zvi., and arrive
at the depot in time to take the evening train of cars
either east or west, same day.
Returning Tx:manse, TIIIIRSDAV and B.ATIIIIDAY,
after the arrival of the Eastern train, and also the
Western cars from Jefferson, Elmira, &c., and ar
riv,gtat Towanda same day.
• All :Towanda toblercur's mills , -27 i
" to Burlington, r)o
gs ' to East 8m ithfield, 62}
" to Ridgebery, 1,00
" to Wellsburg depot, 1,26
Express packages to or from the Rail Road care
fully delivered at moderate charges.
D. M. BULL,
Towanda, Oct. 8, 1852. proprietor
Bradford County Premium Cora She Hers,
'WHOLESALE and Retail: The very best article
to be found is the county, and cheapest—(war—
Pulted)—fur sale at the Agricultural and stove store of
Nov. 10.1853., R. ,M. WELLES.
C OOK, :STOVES, of various and exceitent pottag e
and sizes—wweral -patterns of superior -Elevated
Ovens. on is a combination of the Clinton
and Nati m onalA i rTight, celled the EAGLE . Also a
well selected stock of elegant parlor, ball, shop, church
and school house Stoves,. both 'for wood and coal—of
Wm sod ptkes , to_suit all clams of customers. Call
,sod see. Nov. 10. R. M. WELLES.
fans age and illthine . 1111reat Cutters.
PRICES $4 ind $5. E emyfarmei , altotild have . one
of these excellent labor saving' articles; they ate
capable of ratting from 100 to 200' pounds of meat per
hour, and are very simple, portable and easily kept in
repair, for sale by
Athens, Nov. 10. 1A53. IL M. WELLES.
"' '7 . : tWoiNkricik
r o Ei0 7 .11: 'iv it 0- w
MOM. - OR PROPERTY
Do you want to fell or , roortgap anyinaFiesitatol•
Have you a liptot atutAtortpge,,yon wish to sell
Have you houses, tayerna, or lots, that you withlo
sell or lease 11
Hass you a mill, factory, foundry, tanneoy t or at&
er manufacturing establishment. that you Dwight* sell
Have you iron ore, coal, potters' or tire clay, or
other minerals, you wish to sell or have worked on
sham 1 „
Have you laud that ,yott,wouldtike ta, have .drain
ed or' cleared by contract or oC Shares I •
Have you w ler power that you wish to sell, im-
Piever4r7 , ,
Do you want attudiortal„ capita t ‘, '
or a...partner in
Do you'vnwit to sell your stock of ineicksirdise
Do you Win% to foim a Company to create capital
for my Specific ,object -
Do you wish to, eichiiiiipt yotir pioperty . for other
Do y ou
Want in your neighborhood mills, found
ries, tanneries, or, other manufactoriem
Have you an well kafedimprovement in machine.
ry; or io the artihlwhich you want to sell, or which
you want means to itratrufacture 1
If you ha any of the . above wants, or others of a
rim character . and Will inclose to our address,
(post-paid;) a legible, clear and exact description of
them:; and if . property, its . locality , proximity to ca
nal, railroad, or navigable water, to churches, schools,
mills, stores, dte., the lowest terms on which you
will sell, mortgage, lease, exchange, or otherwise dis.
Base of it ; And if yeti will also inclose to
Istratian fee ofsl, (the receipt of which will be aii
knowledged,) your wont shall be recorded in our
Register, 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, (Oared, ; „ • .7 - 1 s'
Wa_make no charge to any for examining our
Register and files. , When they make known their
wishes. they are referred to your own statement of
your wants : and as we have Maps of the different
States, and of
,such Counties as we have been abio
to procure : and as we employ agents to visit the ves
sels and steamers tnat anise with Immigrants, (of
whom from 1,000 to 5,000 are daily arriving,) and we
also have agents to distribute our Circulars among the
strangers at the hotels; and as we advertise in the
principal papers of the city of New York, and in ven
ous forms throughout all of the slates, as well as the
different countries of Europe, from which Immigrants
come, and where we expect one of our Firm will for
the present reside, and where also we shall agehts in
the principal ports of embarkation, inviting all who
wish to purchase, exchange, lase, or invest, to visit
our Gate; withouteliarge—
We are confident that we offer a better medium of
making your wants known to those who desire to
know them, and- of securing the end you desire, than
anv other niodeyet practised. -
best plata fdr year ttreet a sale; Tease. ex.
chrhge or loan on -your property, is in its immediate
vicinity. tf you cannot da.ithere, the neit 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 obi
Bemuse here at all times and seasons, there are from
30,000 to 70,000 strangers, many of whom are seeking
for mvestments or lupines.
Because One are probably 100,000 who want to
remove from the city or its vicinity.
Because here is concentrated a great proportion of
the surplus capital of the Union, seeking investment.
Because here, money is ordinarily worth from 6 to
7 per cent. per annum, on undoubted security, while
you can afford to give as ample security, or other in
ducement, where it would produce greater rate of inte
rest, either in annual income in. increased value.
Because here, an examination of our files will inform
thoso seeking to invest or settle, where the property is
to be found.which they seek.
Because here, there is an opportunity to exchange
country or other city property, for property:in this city
or its irieinity. •
Because a person, by spending a few hours in our
office, without charge, can obtain more information of
the property in market throughout the country. and
the wants of community, than by months of travel.
Because, finally, here in the commercial metropolis,
where is concentrated the money and wants of a vast
multitude throughout this and other countrils, b re
cording the opposite, but corresponding wa*AlWor
countrymen, both parties, those who wish to purchase
and those who desire tosell, can be mutually benefited .
In the description of property, be careful not to
over estimate its advantages in any respect: for if you
do, and we should send you a purchaser, his compari.
son of the reality with your statement might defeat
your object. When your property is sold, or other.
wise disposed of, it is required that we shall be imme
diately informed of the fact. As we do not propose
to sell, but negotiate, and send purchasers to the own
ers, no special authority to us to requisite; but when
it is dashed that we should sell,authotity must be given.
Oor commissions on sales, exchanges, dm., are 2
per cent. The raising of Companies., and other mat
ters requiring special negotiation, will be subject to
Q• Several farms in the same neighborhood often
6nd a more ready sale than • single farm, as Immi-
grant, desire to remain in companies,
BRONSON, KNAPP & CO.
Real Estate and Property Brokers,
116 Broadway, lvew York.
Refer to Courtlandt Palmer Esq. 177 Broadway, N.
Y.; lion. Alvin Bronson, Oswego, N.Y.; Oov.Wood,
Ohio ; Ex Gov. Ford, Ohio ; Hon. R. W. Thompson,
la-; Hon. D. A. Noble, Mich ; Hon. J. R. Williams,
Mich ; Hon. Rob's Smith, HI: Hon. J. R. 'Underwood,
Ky ; Hon. A. C. Dodge, Iowa; Hon. J. R. Doty, Wis.
(Ep For (miner information inquire of HARVEY
McALPIN, Local Agent, (at the Law Office of Wm.
Elwell, Esq.) Towanda. Bradford county, Pa. 44y
STILL IN OPERATION'
THE subscriber would an
runce to the public that he
we now on hand, a nd will make
order all kinds of
Ich as Sofas,Di vans, Lounges
:miter, Card, Dining and Break.
Ist Tables ) Mahogany, Wal
nut, Maple and Cherry Bureaus,
Stan& of - various kinds, Chairs
and Bedsteads 'of every description, which are, and
will beinade of the best material and workmanlike
manner7and which they will sell for 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 furnished on Funeral occasions.
Towanda, June 1, 1852.
BOOTS olc SHJES!
1 . 1 - 4 8 removed his establishment to I H. Mix's store,
11 corner of main street and the public square, and
will continue the manufacture of Boots and Shoes, u
He has just received from New York a large assort-
went of Women's, Children's and Misses' Shoes. which
are offered at low prices. The attention of the Ladies
is particularly directed to hie assortment * «Uprising
the following new styles :--Enamelled Jenny Lind gai
ter boots; do: shoes; luting and silk gaiters ;
walking shoes.busleins,,dre. Misses' gaiters and shoo,
of every description.. A largess:it:oilmen& of Children 's
fancy gaiters, boots and shoes, of all kinds.
For the Gentlemen. almost every style of gaiters and
shoes. • This stock tu been personally. selected with
care, and he believes- he can offer superior articles at
reasonable prim*. •
(aThe strictest attention paid to Manufadurtng,
andla hope. by doing work well to merit a continu
ance of the liberal patronage he has hitherto received.
Towanda, MaY 8. 1858.
ROCK SALT.—A quantity of Turk's Island Salt
for yak: bk. 13.4tILEY & NEVINS.
FOR THOSE WHO HAVE
TIED OLD SWUM
13 p R L Y I : o N iv : c 8
rims calia - ordinarY Preparation has been forma.
ny years the most certatn and speed y rern _.
for COVOD3, COLDS, Asia e, Blarcif TN; I.lrseci.
54, AND Dumas. of TIM CREST Alb L unt ?a
su ff er i ng from obitinate and confirmed Coughs
they give the most , immediate and perteetrellere
when great liability to take cold esista, ood
le some Cough succeeds the slightest exposu re, Z s a e
WATERS produce the most marked results. Ti, ty
at mace relieve-the Cough and other symptoms slid
entirely remove that morbid irritability and weak,
ness of the Lungs whiohSive rise to th e complaint,
The medical properties are coilabined in an agee ea .
ble,form and pleasant to the taste, so that any ch i ld
win rea dil y lake them : and they are warranted to
give relief in ten tninates ;Met use in all cams.
Price 23 cents per box. For sale by Dr. H. c.
PORTER, Towanda, Pa.
Towanda, Feb. 9,1853.
Attention Itegbnent !
MAKE READY! TAKE AIM! FIRE , ,
TORN E. GEIGER, would Ray to big old friends and
vl , the public at large, that he has 'constantly on hand
and manufacturing Rifles and Shot Guns l&e., &c._
Among his assortment of Guns may tar found Double
and single barrelled Guns, Rifles of all kinds warranted,
Pow der Flasks, Shot Pauches, Game Bags CI
Prime ts. Also, Powder, Shot, Caps of the best quail
ty. Aliens' Mx barrelled Revolving Pistols, do single
barrelled self-cocking Pistols, Rifle Pistols, doable
Pistols and common steel and brass Pistols.
F G., F. F. G., F. F. F. G., Powder in Cam eon
stantly on hand.
Any of the above articles will be sold awful chew
tor the Ready Pay.
Keys of any kind fine d to Doors. Trunk,' or aor
other kind of locks on short notice and reasonable wean
Repairing done with neatness and despatch. Shop
few rods north of the Bradford Mouse. •
Towanda. May 22, IBn2. J. E. GEIGER:
THE Subscribers having formed a copartnership
under the firm of S. FELTON & CO, for do
ing a general Liquor business, would reapeac u il y
ask Hotel keepers and all others in want of any.
thing in their tine to giva them a call. We ily n d
keeping on hand a general assortment of Foreigo
Liquors, which we can sell cheaper than any oet
else in the county, from the fact that we boy direct.
from the importers, and thereby save a large profit
charged by the N.Y. Jobbers ; Liquors are warrant•
ed pure and free from adulteration. Also constant.
ly on hand Whiskey of the best quality. We bane
made" arrangements by which we can furnish our
customers with any quantity of Binghamton BEER
fresh from the Brewery. Pleaee give us a call.-
The notes and accounts of the old firm of S. Fe
ton & Co., are in our hands for settlemen.
Towanda, Dec. 1, 1952
Saddle, Harness & Trunk Dianufactort
TERE CULP & Co., respectfully inform the public
J that they have removed to the shop on Main twee,
recently occupied by Smith & Son, nearly oppotite
the Ward House, where they will kee y on hand
large stook of
3M:4 1 33,
TTIL - NELS, VALISES, wuirs,
All articles in their line manufactured to order. e nd
made of the best material, and for viorktnanshi t i canno
be surpassed in Northern Pennsylvania, The, colic,
a call from those wishing to purchase, confident tha
I they can give satisfaction both as to quaity and price
a7Hides and Sheep Pelts received for work and of
account, at the lowest rates.
Sale Leather, Upper Leather, Harness Leather an
Calf skins, for sale is any quantity.
ri N account of losses sustained at the late fire, w
‘-) one obliged to call on those inkebted to us ha
prompt settlement, as we are under the nseoutty
having what is owing to us, we trust this notice ell;
be sufficient without resorting to other means.
Towanda,-Dec. 2, 1952.
Removed to B. Kingsbery's Block!
Ir A . Chamberlin,
Jab 11 AS just returned fromthe city
- X.: 11 of New York with a large
.iik supply of Watches, Jewelry and
( - Ir. Silver ware, comprising in parte
o' 1 , 1
...IC the following articles:—Lever.
;.---., 4 a . , :„ .. ,:c L'Epinearnl Plain Watches, wah
.. - 5 " - 4 " ---w' a complete assoripent of Gold
Jewelry, each as ar Rings, Fin.
ger Rings, Breast Pins, Bracelets.Lockets,Gold chains,
Gold Pens, Keys, etc. Also, all sorts of Silverware ,
and any quantity of Steel Beads—all of which he offers
for sale ezceeedingly cheap for CASH.
Watches repaired on short notice, and warranted
to run well,or the money will be refunded. and l vrr
ten agreement given torthat effect if required.
N. B.—MAPLE SUGAR, and Canary Proanc.
taken in payment for work; and alas. learn now, an'
orever,that Me Produce must be paid whenthe woe
is done—l war against credit in all its forms.
W. A. CKASfBERLIN, Agent-
Towanda, April 28, 1852.
LOOKING GLASS PLATES cut and fined or
any size, to be bad at the Jewelry ctore et
May 15, 1852. E. A, CHAMBERLIN
HANG OUT THE BANNER!!
-- A horse ! a horse ! my kinghlo
a horse and customer. to take 3 103 f
the goods. Notwithstanding the 13:1
disastrous fire, A. M. WARNER
And at No. I Brick RE"you'll find
Most anything that's in his line,
From a cambric needle of the finest kind,
' To a jewelled watch of eighteen karat to.
Clocks which keep time accurate and true.
Breast pins of every style and hue,
Mold, silver, steel and plated chains,
Selected with the greatest pains.
• Finger rings, my gosh, why what a pile
Of every shape and every style,
To suit the old. the young. the :Y.ro . •
May there be seen in elegant army
And_Waresza, who is himself a 0 host,"
Is always ready and at his post.
To wait upon his customers and all
Who chance upon 'im to give a call.
So with good advice make up your molds,
To call on him and there you'll find
Such sights,my eyes.° ! what a clew
Je.weky of every style and hue.
(r) , Don't mistake the place Ne. rc°,l
where he is prepared to do all kinds of
in his line of busines, at the cheapest rates t em
possibly be afforded He will also sell hi , "
at 20 per cent lower, than was ever befogA lc
this market. 1:1" Call and see.AD ` ER.
Towanda. Nov. 12, 1852. A. M.
THE only assortmen t of Paper Hangings s e r,,
this vicinity, with a fresh stock psi roinlo-,'
at unusually low prices. 0. D. BARTisci .
April 21 1853
F. T. FOX.