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r-iv vinne of a writ of Fi. Fa. issued out of the
B Court of Common Pleas of Bradford county,
A - me directed, will be exposed to public sale,
afthe Court House, in the boro' of Towanda on
i 2d dav of December, at 1 o'clock P. M.—
Throwing described lot, piece or parcel of land
.n.£S in Athensßoro\ bounded as follows, to wit;
mtat l lEnh hr lands of c. F. Welles, Jr., on the
?" i hvMain Street, on the South by lands of J. B.
s ,i"> •!> w - "r u " d >. ° r f""°H
Roaers—about fifty feet front on Main St., and
fbout 100 feet deep, be the same more or less all
improved, one framed two story building used as a
° S ALSO-0 piece or parcel of land
aitualed in said boro.' of Athens, bounded and de
scribed as follows to wit—On the North by lands
OTJ.B. Brock way, on the Fast by Main at. on the
South by lands of Thomas Evans, and on the V| es
, h - h-irs of Davia, d* Containing about
60 perches, be the same more or less-all improved
with a two story framed dwelling house thereon
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of C. N.
ShiDman vs. A. O. Hart and Nancy B. Hart.
Shipman JOHN a. CODDING, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office. Nov. 1, 1854.
"\ t OTICE is hereby given that there have been
1\ filed and settled in the office of the Register of
Wills in and for the county of Bradford, accounts
of administration upon the following estates, viz :
Final account of Daniel Beardslee, Executor of ;
the last will and testament of Michael Phillips, late ,
of Smithfield, dee'd. )
Final account of Johnson Cowles and Parley
Coburn, Administrators of John Cowles,late of Or
Final account of Harvy Gore and Geo. C. Gore,
Executors of Avry Gore, late of Sbeshequin dee'd. j
Final account of lames Bagley, Guardian of Ma-J
rv Rogers, minor child of Charles Rogers, late of!
Supplementary account of Emily Rogers, Ad |
irunistratrix, of the estate of Charles Rogers, late of !
Partial account of A. L. Cranmer and Philinda |
8, Smith Executors of the last will and testament |
of James P. Smith late of Monroe, dee'd.
Final account of John W. Martin, Guardian of >
William 1.. Martin, minor child of James Martin,
Account of William Keeler, surviring Adminis- j
trator of the estate ol Garner Carpenter, late of To- j
Final account of Charles Chaffee and James B. ;
Demony, Administrators of the estate of Ric lard !
N. Horton, late of Sheshequin, dee'd.
Final account of Daniel Holmes, Administrator
of the estate of Josiah Holmes, late of Pike, dee'd. !
Supplementary account of Ephriam Brink, Ad
ministrator of the estate of Jonathan Brink, late of
Final account of James Elliott, Administrator of
the estate of John Lewis, late ofL'lster, dee'd.
Final account of Robert Bull, Administrator of the
estate of John Welsh late of Durell, dee'd.
And the same will be presented to the Orphan's
Court ol Bradford County, on Monday, the 4th dsy
of December next, for confii ination and allowances.
H. LAWRENCE SCUI'T, Register.
Register Office, Nov*. 1, 1854.
t . /"lA.ME to the enclosure of
Subscriber in Wy
on o*" about the first of
Lll\vKl September,a Yearling BULL,
VfW dark hrindle.small star in the
aGBSSKSwHVSWHfiaF* forehead, and a slit in the
left ear. The owner is requested to prove property,
and pay charges and take himawav.
Wysox, Nov. 1, 1851.
Lotting—North Branch Penn'a Canal.
OEALED PROPOSALS will be received nt the
O house of George Lazarus, in Pittston, until sun
set of Thursday, the 23d of November next, for
completing the Weigh Lock and building a Collect
tor's Office at t'pper I'iitston. Plans and specifica
t.nns will be exhibited three days previous to the
day of letting. W. R. MaFFET,
F.ng'ineer and Sup'l N. B. Canal.
Engineer's Office. Towanda, Oct. 28, 1854.
JAM US MACFAHLANS
ATTORNEY AT LAW, TOWANDA.
removed to John C. Adams' Office in the
Union Block. July 30.
J. HARVY PHINNY, JR.,
great pleasure in announcing to the pub'
lie that the liberal patronage he has received at
their hands, has enabled him to offer them a large
and complete assortment of GOOD"*, as can be
found in Towanda, and for unprecedented low pri
ces, he dafies all competition. Persons wishing to
purchase Goods for Cash or Ready Pay. will find it
to their interest ts call and examine his stock, at the
corner of Main and Bridge streets.
Butter, Pork. Grain, Lumber and Hay, taken in
payment of old debts, or in exceange for Goods.
Oct. 12, 1864.
I EATHER, Pork, Codfish, Mackerel and White
4 Fish, for sale cheap at PHINNY'B.
pROCKEKY <st HARDWARE, a good assort-
CLOTHING, may be had cheap at
PAINTS, Nails, Glass and Oils, cheap at
PH IN NY'S.
HATS, Caps, Boots and Shoes, a large assort
ment at P INNY'S.
NEW FALL GOODS.
U. S. M EP.CUR,
IS SOW EECEITIXFL,
A Large and well selected assortment of
FALL GOODS !
Towanda, September 14, 1854,
NEW FALL GOODS!
HAS just received a large Stock of New Goods,
which are offered for sale, for ready pay, at
unusually low prices.
Towanda,Sept, 28, 1864.
New 6c Desirable
FALL AND WINTER GOODS'.!
JS now prepared to offer to his customers and the
■*- Public generally, a Inrge and complete slock
of FALL (, WIN PER GOODS. Hie ck has been
selected with unusual great care, and ia superior
for aiyle and quality than have ever beforeoffered to
'he public—and such a combination of very low
prices that we ate sure cannot fail to please the
observer. Amongst his stock may be found
French Mirenos, DeLains, Cashmeres, Thibet
cioths, Ginghams, Fine Worsted plaids. Silk Pop
in, Alipacas, Calicos. Fine and heavy Irish Lin
fn> Cotton Pi Mow Casings, Brown and Blaached
*t!s!in, Sack Flannel, Broad Cloths 4 Cassimers,
PALICOS—A large assortment of Merrimack,
Coehece & Fall River Prints—also good cali
for 6 cts. per yard. Warranted good Madder
ww*, fur sale by B. KINGSBERY.
—Call and see our Brown, Crusb-
Jr ec L Coffee and Pulverized . Bogoati—Fine
. °. ai )6 Hyson 4 Black Teas—warranted a Baperior
*'!icl cr the money refunded—for sale cheap bv
In the Matter of the Estate of Curtis Frink, Dee d.
In the Orphan's Court of Bradford Coun.y—Sept
THE undersigned, an Auditor, appointed by said
Court, to marshal! assets and distribute funds
in the hands of the Administrator's of said Estate,
will attend to said business at his office, in Towan
da boro'.on Saturdry the 4th day of November 1854,
at 2 o'clock P. M. When and where all persons
having ciaims upon Said funds, must present them
or be forever debarred from the same
G. H. WATKINS, Auditor.
Towanda, Sept. 27, 1854.
A LL persons indebted to the estate of James
a *- Nichols, deceased, late of Smithfield township, 1
are hereby requested to made payment without de
lay. and all persons having demands gainst said j
estate, are requested to present them duly authenti
cated for settlement.
T. M. BEACH,
September 21, 1854. Administrator. !
In the matter of the Estate of Duiid II Owens, dee'd ,
In the Orphan's Court of Bradford County. j
undersigned having been appointed an Au- j
ditor, by the Court, upon exemptions filed to j
the confirmation of the Administrator's sale, of said ,
estate, and to the division and appraisment, setting
apart S3OO, 00 worth of the same—will attend to i
the duties assigned him, at his office, in the Boro' of
I'owanda, on the 9th day of November next, at one I
o'clock P. M.—of which all persons interested will (
lease take notice.
PAUL D. MORROW, Auditor.
Towanda, Oct. 1, 1854.
Ia the Matter of the Estate of Jonn Fee Deceased ;
' PHE undersigned, an Auditor, appointed by the
J- Court to marshal! assets and distribute funds
in the hands of the Administrator's of said estate,'
will attend to the duties assigned him, at his office, j
in the Boro' of Towanda, on the 6th dayofNovem. •
her next, at I o'clock P. M. When and where all
persons neglecting to present their claims upon
said fund will be forever debarred from the same. !
P. D. MORROW, Auditor. ;
Towanda, Oct. 1, 1854.
In the Mutter of the Estate of Sterling Holcomb, \
Dee'd In the Orphan's Court ol Bradford Co. \
undersigned Auditor appointed by the Court, j
-L upon exemptions filed to the partial accountof
the Administrator's of said estate, will attend to the
duties assigned him, at his office in the Boro' of
Towanda. on the 7lh day of November next, at one
o'clock P. M., of which all persons interested will
please take notice.
P. D. MORROW, Auditor. .j
October 1. 1854.
An Ordinance Relative to the Running at Large
BE it Ordnined by the Town Council of the Bo
rough o( Towanda, That swine shall not be al- j
lowed to run at large within the >quarcs, streets,
latics or alley.' of this borough. It shall be the duty
of the High Constable, either by himselt or some
persons whom he may employ, to seize andshut up J
in some secure place alt swine which may be found
running at large upon the public squares or in any |
opened sfree I, alley or lane within this borough.— ;
And he shall on the samed ay upon which he shall
make such seizure, advertise the said swine for:
sale at public vendue, giving not less than six nor ;
more than eight days notice of said rale, by at least i
three notices thereof posted up in as many public
places in said borough. At the time ami place ap
pointed, the said Constable shall expose said swine
to sale a: public vendue, and shall sell the same to
the highest and best bidder in the same manner
that Constables are by law authorized to make sales
j by virtue of executions issued by Justices of the j
Peace. And the money raised by all sueh sales, j
after deducting costs and charges, shall be by the
said High Constable immediately paid over to the
j Treasurer of the Borough, for the use thereof.
And the said High Constable shall be entitled to
charge and receive for executing this ordinance as (
tolloWa—For every hog. shoator pig seized by him
as aforesaid, 25 cents; for advertising the same each
25 cents ; for keeping the same each cents for
every day the same shall be kept; for selling, each j
25 cents. It ts provided however, that if the owner
of any such swine shall at any time before the same i
I shall be sold pay to the said High Constable his fees '
for seizing, advertising and keeping as hereinbefore
mentioned, thnt the said Constable shall not sell, bu' ;
deliver the sure to such owner or upon his order. |
2. It shall be the duty of said High Constable to
file in the office or the Secretary of the Boro' within
three days after each seizure, a statement or des •
cription of the swine seized, as near as may be, to
gether with the date ol the seizure, and to mention
the square, street, lane, or alley where seized, and
such statement shall be prima facie evidence of the
facts therein stated.
By order of the Town Council.
October 9, 1854. .4. D. MONTANYE, Sec.
In the Orphan's Court (f Bradford County. In the
matter of John Rogers, guardian fir the minor
children of Fieining Roberts, deceased
The undersigned Auditor appointed by the Court
to examine the accounts of John Rogers, guardian
;of Arlette, John aud Orrin D. Roberts and Mary E.
j Vanderlip, minor children of Fleming Roberts, dee'd
! npon exceptions filed, will attend to the duties of
i his appointment at his office in Athens Borough, on
Tuesday, the 14th day of November next, at one
| o'clock, P. M., when all parties can attend if they
| think proper.
October 5, 1854. 11. C. I3AIRD, Auditor.
Sale of Real Estate.
: ATOTICE is hereby given, that the Real Estate of
jiN Wm. MYERS, who assigned for the benefit of
: Creditors, will be sold at public Auction to the high
est bidder, on MONDAY, the 4th of November,
1854—by order of the Court of Common Pleas of
Bradford Countv. N. C. HARRIS.
Athens, Sept. 30, 1851.
Orphan's Court Sale.
IN pursuance of an order from the Orphan'* Court
of Bradford County, there will be exposed to pub*
i lie sale at a small bunding or shant"e, on the prem
ises. at one o'clock in the afternoon, of Tuesday the
i 2!st day of November next, the following described
: Real Estate, to wit:—The South halfof a lot ofland
j situated in Burlington twp., in said County, fortner
j iy purchased by contract by Joseph H. Dudley and
| John Bwecaev, of Stephen Pierce, and the whole lot
i being bounded, beginning at a post, the south east
| corner of John G. Blakeslee's land, thence south
152 7-10 perches io the northeast corner of a lot,
' heretofore conveyed to Abiram Pierce, thence west,
I 101 perches to a post, thence north 152 7-10 perches
i to a post, and thence east TOl perches to the place
! of beginning—containing in the whole 96 acres and
63 square rods of land, and the part to be sold being
, the south ealf of the above described lot, with about
j ten acres partly improved, and the above named
■ <mi!l building or shantee thereon erected. Which
said lot so to be sold, ie of the estate of the late Geo.
OLIVE BHAYLOR, Administratrix.
Burlington, Oct. 16. 1864.
In the Matter of the Estate of Joseph Ktngsbery,
THE undersigned having been appointed an Au
ditor, by the Orphan's Court of Bradford Co.,
i upon exceptions filed to the second partial acconnt
| of the executors of the last will and testament of
Joseph Ktngsbery dee'd, wdl attend to the duties of
his appointment, at his office in the boro of Towan
da, on Monday the 13th day of November next, at
one o'clock P. M. When and where atl persona
interested are requested to attend.
D'A. OVERTON, Auditor.
Oct. 13, 185U
Q NEW BARRELS, fit for Pork or Cider,
v_7v) for sale at 75e each, %. FELTON <♦ CO.
Towanda, Aug. 10, 1853.
BY virtue of writs of Vend. Exponas issued out
of the Court of Common Pleas of Bradford
County, and to me directed, will be exposed to pub
lic sale at the Court House, in the boro' ot Towan
da, on Saturday the 4th day of November, at 1
o'clock P. M., the following described lot, piece or
parcel of land, situated in Albany twp., bounded
on the North by lands of J. W. White formerly
owned by the Defendant, on the East by lands of
Wells Wilcox; on the South by lands of John Hatch
and Jones, and on the West by lands of James
Hatch—containing fifty acres more or less, about
fifteen acres improved,and some fruit trees thereon.
ALSO—AII the Deft, interest in one other certain
lot, piece or parcel of land, hounded on the North
by lands lately the property of this Defendant; on
the East by the South branch ofTowanda Creek ;
On the South bv lands belonging to Miron Wilcox's
estate and c-n the West by wild lands—containing
about two hundred acres, more or less, about one
hundred and twenty acres improved, two dwelling
houses, three framed barns and sheds attached,
one blacksmith shop, one saw mill, and an orchard
of fruit trees thereon ; known as the homestead
property of the late RolHn Wilcox, deceased, situat
ed in Albany twp.
Se zed and taken in execution at the suit of F.N.
Wilcox & Co., now to the use of Ira Smith &. Co.
vs. Benjamin Wilcox.
ALSO—The following described lot. piece or par
cel of land, situated in Troy twp., bounded on the
North by lands of Alfred Pardons and lie! Porter,
on the East, S outh and West, by lands ofEliZa Tay
lor, the estate ol SebeeC. Taylor dee'd., contain—
ing seventeen acres more or less, all improved, two
framed dwelling houses, one steam grist mil! and
appurtenants thereunto belonging, one framed barn
and shed attached, one hog pen, and some fruit trees
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Wil
son Ager, to the use of C. M. Manville, vs. Jacob
J. Veile and Giles F. Veile co partners &c.
Also Seized and taken in execution at the suit of
Wilson Ager to the use of Win. Lawrence vs.
J. J. & G. F. Veile, copartners &c.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or par
cel of land, situated in the township of Standing
Stone, bounded on the North by lands of John Park
and Roswell Coleman, on the East by lands of Mar
garet Parks, on the South by the highwey leading
from Wysox to Derrick, and on the West by lands
in possession of George A. Stevens,containing fifty
acres, more or less, about thirty acres improved, one
log house and log barn a few fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of H.
W. Tracy, vs. Charles Dixson and John Hurley, ter
ALSO —The following lot, piece or parcel of
land situated in Pike twp., bounded on the North
by Daniel (.'amp, on the East by Josiah Wood and
Judson Slocum, on the South by Abraham Warden,
and Reed Bosworth, aud on the West by Abraham
Warden and the highway—containing about sev
enty acres, about fifty-five acres improved, one
plank hoif-e, one fnmed barn and shed at'ached,
and one old framed corn house, anJ some fruit trees
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of
James W. Bos wot th vs. Mallorv Tyrrell.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece orpar
cel of land, situated in Rtdgbery twp., bounded on
the North and West by lands of John Dean anJ
Wi.liam Miller, on the East by Giles Mandeville &.
Howell Uurnham, and on the South by Bingham
lands and lands occupied l>y Hiram Mason—con
taining about one hundred and fifty acres, more or
less, about one hundred acres improved, one fram
ed house, one log house, one framed barn, and two
orchards of fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Wm.
Sample to the use ol Samuel Sample vs. Peter Mil
A LSO—The fallowing described lot, piece or par- j
eel of land situated in Albany tup., bounded on (he '
North by lands belonging to the estate of Horatio ,
I,add, dee'd., on the East by lands belonging to)
, on the South by lands of
8. Wilcox, Jacob Jackson et al, on the South-west
by lands of Jacob Heverly, and on the west by lands
of U. Maloney, D. English and Myron Kellogg, Con- j
taimne four hundred acres more or less,and known
as the Rollin Wilcox lot.
Seized and taken in execution at themit oFEu
nice Lewis and Mary Wilcox vs. Ralph lt.Carpen- j
AI.SO—The following lot, piece or parcel of :
land situated in Smithfield t.vp, bounded on the
North and East by lands belonging to the heirs of I
Enos Smith dee'd.—on the South and West by the j
public highway ; containing one acre, be the same ;
more or les, all improved, one framed house and a
few young fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of|
Charles Avery for the use of C. E. Fierce vs. S. A.
AI.SO—The following described lot, piece or i
parcel of land situated in Litchfield 'wp., bounded j
on the North by Alanson Mann's land, on the East !
by Cyrus Merrill's land ; on the South by William j
Parks' land, and on the West by the estate of Reu- i
ben Fark,dee'd. —containing one hundred and thir
ty-onc acres more or less, about one hundred acres
improved, one framed house, one framed barn and
an old log house and an apple orchard thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the sun ofOrsou
Rickey, now to the use of H. W. Patrick vs. L. D.
Hart, guardian of I.ttcy A. O. Newman.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or
parcel of land, situated in Oranville twp-, bounded
as follows viz:—On the North by lands of O. P.
Ballard, on the East and South highway, on
the West by lands of Daniel Duart and O. Spal
ding—containing thirty-eight acres, be the same
more or less—cboul twenty-five acres improved,
one framed house, one framed barn and a small or
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Wil
liam Gnrsline vs. Francis Gurham, Joel B. Uorham '
and Lathrop Gorham.
ALSO —The following described lot, piece or
parcel ofland, situated in Monroe twp., boundedon
the North by Timothy Aldrn and Joseph Bull, 011
the East by J. R. Irvine, on the South by Eleazar
and Hiram Sweet, on the West by the Towanda
Cretk—containing one hundred acre*, more or less
—about fifty acres improved, one framed dwelling
house, one framed barn and a corn house, and an
apple orchard thereon,
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Jamas
H. Phinnv Jr., use vs- H. 8. Sa.sbnrv.
(.'. THOM AS, Sh'riff.
Sheriff'* OiTice, Towanda, Oct. 14, 1854.
(fj* Notice is hprehy given, that an amount equal
to thp costs will be required to be paid upon each
sale when struck down to the bidder,and upon a
failure to comply with this regulation, the tract of
land will again be offered for sale.
ALT. persona indebted to the estate of Geo Shay
lor, der.'d. late of Bu'hneton twp, are here
by requested to make payment without delay : and
all persons having claims against said estste will
i please rresent them dulv authenticated for settle
! mPnt . OLIVE BIIAYLOK,
Sept. 13, 1c54.l c 54. Administratrix.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of John More
deceased, late of Pike township, are hereby
1 requested to make payment without delay, and all
1 oersons having demaada against said estate will pre
i sent them without delav, duly authenticated fr b!
; llement . ORKIN MORE.
I • M. H- CODuING,
Sept. 12- 1854. Executors.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Henry
Vandyke, dee'd late of Albany tp., are reques
' ted to make payment without delay: and those hav }
! ing demands against said estaie will present thetn
i dulv authenticated for settlement.
| 3 SAMT EL VANDYKE.
! August 25, 1854. Administrators.
THE partnership between E. F. Dawson and
A. Gay, is this day dissolved by mutnal con
sent— the accounts are left in the hands of J. L.
Jones, Esfl., for settlement.
Wi/mot," June 22, 1354.
3' TONS more of those cheap Sogers just ree'd
and for sale by PHINNEY.
M X> HKORRC'ftr 9
Attorney at Law.
OFFICC WITH THE ItEOISTIR ASI> RECORDER.
new Spring & summer goors^
IS now receiving all sorts of NE W GOOD?, which
will be sold very low for Cash.
May 3. 1854.
ELftSS-' USo ISi EelitiSsS/'ST-j
TT7OULD inform her friends, that bhe has just re-
VV turned from the city, with a large assortment
of BXXLLXNA&ir GOODS,
which she otTers at reduced prices. Produce of ev
ery kind taken in payment for goods.
REMOVAI.-DU. MASON has removed
his office to his dwelling, on Pine street. Opposite
the old Piesbyterian Church.
Towanda, May 13, 1854.
Flows and Plow castings!
B LATCH LEY, Wayne county, Alba or Curiis
Plows, Side hill, subsoil and corn plows and
Castings, for sale cheap.
I take particular pains to get good well made
plows and tough castings. I would invite particu
lar attention to the Alba, or Curiis plow.
Call and see. R. M. WELLEH.
JUST received by Joseph Kingsbury, a largp and !
complete stock of NEW GOODd, for sale as J
usual, CHEAP FOR CASH !
Towanda. April 2R, 1854.
XI. J. MAxiiu
TTOR.r EI" .T I: Alf , I
Office with the Register and Recorder,
ATTORNEY AT LAW J
OFFICE in the second story of the Union Block, j
north siJe of the Public square, over the office |
of J. C. Adams, Esq. Sept. 24. |
MORE NEW GOODS
IS Now opening a NEW STOCK OF Goons, consists
ing of full and complete assortment of nil ktitd-
M i:itcii 4 xdi/r,
which will heboid as cheap as the same quality of
Goods can be bought anywhere this side of New-
Towanda. Dec. 10,1853.
CHAS. 73. EIWEER'iT,
•fTT Oit J% % I* .IT I. .I If,
Williamsport, Lycoming County, Pa.
(^OFFICE —Opposite tJ. H. Hotel-Cp
Engine and Fixtures for sale.
ONE second hand ENGINE and fixtures for a
SAW MILL, capable of driving two or more
saws, all in geod order, and will be sold cheap, on
a long credit, if dpsired. The Engine is now run
ning, and ban be seen by calling on li. S. DAVID
SON, at Ulster, or C. F. WELLES. Jr. at Athens, Pa.
Ulster, July 19, 1854.
jwk. g u -m n wr> m
E. W. BAIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HAVING disposed of all interest in other busi
ness, is now prepared to attend promptly to
all business, in the line ol his profession. He may
be found at all times—except when absent on le
gal business—at his New Brick Office, "THE
LITTLE UNION BLOCK," between the old tJn
ion Block and John Burgar'a splendid Saloon, re
cently eiected on the North side of the Public
Square, Towanda, Pa
03* N. B—Particular attention given to col
Towanda, Aug., 24. 1854.
IN Towanda Borough, on the Bth of August, four
sheep and two lambs. The owner is icqucsted
to prove property, pay charges and take them away.
WM. H. WBLLMAN.
Towanda, Aug. 15. 1854.
C A U T I O NL
TTTIEREAS, mv wife Mary, has left my bd and j
YV board, Without any just cause or provoca
tion, t'ni is to forbid all persons harboring or trus
! ing her on my account, as I will pay no debts of
er contracting after this date.
CHARLES W. BREYMEIEP..
Browntown, August 21, 1854.
I HEREBY rautiou all persons from purchasing
a note. give.i to Mr. SENSEBAUGH, or Beater,
for ten dollars,dated Aug. 21st 1854, due the first of
April next, for 1 have received no valne, and shall
1 not pay the same, unless I am compelled by law.
Sheshe<juin, Aug. 21, 1864.
DR. E. H. MASON,
PKYSICIAN & SURGEON,
j Resilience, on Pint Street opposite tke 01-l Presbyterian
Offers his professional services to the people of
Towanda and vicinity. Can always be found at his
office, in Dr. POUTER'S Drug Store, when not pro
A'o:r;rti>7:Tn r c, aarroara ssss
UX virtue of an order of the Orphan's Court of the
L) county of Bradford, witl be exposed to public
*ale on the premises, on Saturday, the 7th day of
October next, at t o'clock, P. M. the following pro
perty, to wit ;
| The one-half or whole (r\a nrny agreed upon by
I the Administrators) of a lot of land in Burlington
j township, late the estate of Obadiah Blakeslee, dee'd
j bounded north bv lands of John Gustin, east by M
i Luther, yiuth by E. Overton, and west by E Nich
! ol* and H Booth*.
Terms made known on the dav of sale.
.1. V. DANIELS,
Sept. 12# 1854 . Administrators.
u3*The above stands postponed until November
tltb, at t o'clock, V. M. at the hooe of J. H. P'ur
maan. in Burlington borough.
NEW FALL GOODS.
TH&LCTS a HteCJßUts
South Corner of Mercer's fihek, Main Street,
\ RE now opening their stock of GOODS for the
fx. fall trade, comprising a full and complete as
sortment, and of the usual variety, which will be
sold at a very small profit for ReaJy Pay.
Thankful for the libera! petronage of the past ra
•on, the undersigned feel a pleasure in inviting the
public to an examination of our FALL Hock, be
lieving that good Goods and law prices will insure
a speedv sale for ready pay. TRACY & MOORE
Towanda, Sept, 12, 1854.
Orphan's Ccart Sale.
BY Tirtuje of an order of the Orphans Court of
Bradford County, will be exposed to public
sale or vendue, oi> Saturday, 18th November, at 1
o'clock F. M., upon the premises, the following
property to wit:—One undivided half part, of about
one-third of an acre of land in Canton twp., u*d
as * tanery, with a tan house and tan vats and e
bark tu'dl thereon, bounded on all side* by lands of
Dr. Baker—late ibe estate of S. H- Bullock dee'd.
HIRAM HOLCOMB, 5
Oct. 28, 1854.
FISH— Codfish 4 Mackerel —a superior article—
forsale aheap, by B. KINGSBERY.
HARDWARE & IRON STORE.
„ HALL" fc RUSSELL,
Wholesale and Retail Dea'er? in
rrm^mHARDWARE AND STOVES,
T ,n * Japanned and Britannia Ware,
Konse Tiimmings, Carriage Trimmings, Harness & Saddlery
* Ware, Carpenter's and Joiner's drools,
BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS, FARMERS TOOLS AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
LEAD PIPE AND PUMPS, of all kinds and sizes,
IRON, STEEL, LEATHER BELTING, fee. See.
Would inform their friend* that these are uri'y a part of the general !ieatis under which ffiny he classes!
their extensiv? assortment, and to which thay are constantly receiving ad'Tittoiia? supplies. direct from the
importers and manufacturers, which enable; them to otter such inducements in their largo stock ar.d lose
prices, that trill challenge companion from soy quaiier. We w mid ask the particular attention of
asEcasAsrass gixßacMe a
to an examination of our stock, which having been .elected with the great, st enre we are coi sdent will
satisfy even the most particular.
ijj* Don't forget the piece— South side of the public square.
Old Iron, Copper sod Brass, and all kinds of Country Produce taken exchange f< r good*.
Towanda, May 27, 1854. " HALL A RUSSELL.
SOUTH END OF THE WARD HOUSE,
fronting ill 2 Public Square.
'Pill'. Hvhserlber. thankful for the li!**ra' p"tr< riage rtreived the past year, intends to keep constantly on
J hand a full assortment of the veiy beat articles usually kept in our Ijne, which ns wn.t dispose of on
such term, as will be satisfictory to a;l who rnav pa'ronize him. The purchases are made entirely with cash
in hand, and IJT the CASH our cu.-turners will receive the benefit of A gn.ul article at a low price. All articles
not answering our recommendation, will l>e cheerfully taken L :rk, and the money refunded.
TP* Medical Advice graluHinsly given l lice Oiflcr, eliargiiig .nly for Hie Mwlicints.
Tiie stock consists of a complete and sel. ct assortment a
DRUGS, iViEDICIfyES, AMD GROCERIES,
•Pure Wine & Liquors, for Medicinal nsr, London Porter k Scotch Ale.
ALL HIE MOST POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES!
FRESH CAMFHENE St BURNING FLUID-LEW & CEAUTTLL PATTERNS OF LAMPS!
, A setesnin ASORT>IK*T ct
American Pocket Cutlery, (Warrant.d Good.)
Superior TODACCO £c EUTJiTT! —Choice trnrds of Pure ilavaiina, I"riucipo
and Vara CISAIkS !
Paints, OiU, Vartililieß, lVhidoM Liaw. lirtiShes, Perfamery, Simviitg; Soap,
fattty Articles. &c. &c.
Black and Green Teas ; Rio and Java Coffee ; Molasses, Syrups, Sugars, Spices, s*o Sec
Salmon, Mnekerel, Sardines, Ace.
REMEMBER THE STORE—SOUTH END OF THE WARD HOUSE!
AND ITS MOTTO —-
" The best Quality of (rood.*—Full Assortment—Moderate Profits —Bendy Attention to Crstomcrs—na
Adulteration oj Goods—Candid Advice us to Patent Item'dies—and Close Attent ion to Business."
Towanda, Novombcr 12, 1851. 51. C. BOBTrB, "1. I*.
Id r y "godds n
IUCH, FVSHIIIS AP'.K AM) CI'MTLrTE AfSOHTMKST,
! WELL WORTH THE ATTENTION OF P3RCHAEF.S.
SDDBIiJiIi : hZV.
ITT ILL open this day, the best xeiected stock of
> V Dry Goods ever shown iit Ihi~ village. Among !
their Stock wil| be f mud ail the desirable stvles and
Colors of French Mennoes, Paramettas, Alapareas,
Poplins.Thibet Cloths, I,yonee Clothes, Hnmba- |
zenea, Kich Deiains, Plain and All Wool ])e!<ains,
all colors and Splendid tferris. S|!k . Black, 1
Colored and Fancv. Wool Long Shawls, a coin- '
plete assortment of high colors. Plaid and Plain > 1
Centres. Drab, Mixtures and Mourning, warrented 1
all Wool. Brocha Shaw's—T.ong and Square, new !
and beautiful Patterns, high Cofuts and warranted :
tree froin Cotton—the real Paris aid Viena
Manufacture. Purchaser* wt'l hnd g'ca! barsains. ,
Also Siik Delaine, Cashmere, ('rape and Thibet, in ,
Decidedly iht Itr*t (f Chi.'pest St-> k in 7/ is Mr rift.'
Bay State Flannels—Mixed, Blue, 'lreen, White
and Scarlet. /also Plain Flannels, of eveiv variety
of colors, Width and LJoalitv. < f>er* and Printed t
Flannels. Also a general ass rinient of Black B ue,
Brown and Mixed
v :r, o tv tc 3
Plain nnd Fancy < hissirnrres. I 'c'-kin -. T'ruvor ■
Cloths, Tweeds, and Petershams. Plain and Ftn
cy Si'k and Velvet Vesting*; Gen's in want •>?
Over Coats, Coats. Pants, and Vests, will fu.d ibis a
most desirable Stock to Select fr- ro. Drr*r Trim- }
nnngs, n complete assortment Hibbou*. T oil Stv*. .
j New and Beautiful Patterns, Linens. Emboiid r
j ies and Thtead Teres. H si rv—A large stock "t ;
Ladie*',Gentlemen'* and Children'.- tn every on"" j
tv. Fancy and Black Italian. Glows —Duli*. and i
Gents Silk. Kid. Beaver, Merir.o. Ca-hine e, l,;-|r :
Thread arid Cotton. .Milts' Se w.ng Silks, lame e-
Shorf- Ginghams an .' Prints,a very ful' sock rd |
the late t stvles. Handkerchiefs—l.t vn, K i!k. and j
Colton in every variety.
A large Htock of Sheetine. Tickings. Cotton T* ! an- s
ncls.Stripes. Checks, Drills, Denims, Vnrn, Batts, '
Wicks, Carpet Y.rn ant! Big-. F aid I.ti > and '
Owpjto, rSept. 3ft. 18.VI.
PLASTER, SALT, &.C.
rp\VO TIUNDRID TONS Caytigt Ground Piar.
JL tcr. 100 Barrels Bait, 100 Bbts. Whit® Rome
Lime, *0 bushels Orwell & Went Branch Clover
Peed, SO bushels Timothy Heed, *CO lbs. A! eynry
County Cheese, "jst r<-oejv*ed and for ra'e by
BAILEY & NEVEN.-l
Towanda, April 37, tsst.
THE co-partnership heretofore exisbng bet.seen
the subse •ihers. under the firm of Alexander At
Solomon, was dissolved by mutual consent on the
27th day ot May. M. E. Solomon The
business will hereafter be carried on under ihe name
of J. &. B. Alexander.
Towanda, May 27. 18.'4.
THE anbacribers are in want of a yootig nosn as
an ah prentice to the Tinman's trade, 17 or 'd
years of age, of go->J habits, who they will bind
themselves to learn the business.
HALL d* RUSSELL.
Towanda, July 25, 1864.
la the MaUtt of the Estate of Rathe! Cratimcr,
VHB undersigned appointed rn Auditor, ly the
I OiphanV C.-urt ofHradford County, upon ex
ceptions it the final account of the Administra
tors of the 0-tatP of Rachel Cranmer dee'd.. wiil at-,
tend to the duties of his appointment, at his office,
in the born of Towanda. on Wednesday the 15th
day of November, A- D. 1554, at 1 o'clock P. M.—
t.l whichjall persons interested vriil please lake nci
tice. * D'A. OVERTON, Audi'ot.
Od. tS, 1554.
\ LI, persons in debt- (I to the estate of Atonal* -
x\ I.add, dee'd., late of Albany twp., are hereby
reqiie.-ted u make immediate payment, and those
h vtng claims against said estate, will please pre
i-eni them duly authenticated fir settlement
' WELLS WII.CJHX, > „
P. H.WLCOX, $ E " cuto ' s -
Oct. 13, IS.M.
DRIED APPLES.—M BA*MS D*il APPLE.—
grafted trui—on lian-1 and for sale by
March 15. tts4. TLX I LEY <St NI".V INS.
Horses. Harness & Wagon for sale.
rPHE MAN who wants to purchase a spsn of
1 Voting Hor-es, Harness, and Lumber Wagon,
on very favorable terms. cn hear ot an i-pportutn
•v. hv ra'lintr at this office, June fi, 1-54.
j x2? Kr- • emairnng in 'tie
I J Post Otboe at 'i owaiida, -"apt. 30, 1854,
~n s-'arah M;>s Harden 1 -5- P
XcUa II Keefe Dsrid
Vntes Emily Mrs Ke-ffa Peru, s 2
| Brack Peter Kinone Inutes
i Hri tol Nanrr M.S.. Kennedy David
1 Hush Dnntei G Lind M I) Mrj
Braden R I-t nt II U
Ballard M Laatz Geo
Brown \ugusta Mtsa 2 Lynch Martin
1 Bernrit s McGrath Mary
' Butler S D McCall James
j Coo'-baugh It-rir Mead E K
• Carpenter R R Liri Miller D S
i Carpenter A rmmda - Monltrn Damel
| f'ampbell Jerome Nichols Samuel
; <'or!,n S P Neymaw Hen y
[ Tot L.Hn Noilv Peter
| Craft ficerpe Fran Robert I
' < hsmbrrlin f> P Peterkin Joshua Mrs
-Park Perry b Parkhurst J P 4 T
Ppr>oid John Q-tig'ey Wm
' Preifo-s Simon Kay Pjrah E Miss
Davis K M Swain Parvis
. Lnel Anna Marts Swain Hiratn
Fldred W'm J 2 S.-nrh Hesu r 8
Ford F F FSrader Elizabeth
Granris Chas Smith Geo B
: Greenman M H Brarks Samuel
Graham Wtc Comers Angelir.e
H idler Joseph F Eantee Catharine
Harding Thomas Smith James Jr 2
Heilman M Tenle Amelia
i Hooker K Thompson Gaorze or >
, Horton Amanda Mrs G H Latham v
Heffcran James TJnrath Maria
Heveran Mich el Vanness Ehza Miss
! Iial:-nan Patrick White Olive Miss
: Hanaway Bernard Webber Mack
WM. H. rFRKINS. P. V.
~Z? Fersec.s calling for any ot the nbtve letters
will ple:.e *av they were advertised.
BOOTS <k SHOES—Data <st Caps—A spleadij
assortment j jst received at
. ■ *
Y EATHER—SIFO Sidei sole Leather—jjt recc.v
X-i ed and for sale by
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