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We have already announced, that at the
c \ o <c of the present volume, we should strike
[aim our books the name of every subscriber,
,'l,O had not complied with our new terms
We now repeat that announcement, and also
Pot no discrimination wilj be inude, but the pa
, 'r wdi be j>ositively stopped in every case, ex
\, ~ where it is paid for in advance. To car
r/out this arrangement, and to give every sub
"riber notice and fair warning that we shall
j to collect whatever amount is due us,
1 r X uo wcommence forwarding bills to those in
irrt ars with the amount of their indebtedness.
We trust that before tl* close of the present
volume, which will be with the issue dated
June nth. that every subscriber in arrears will
"j 1 just his account, and pay in advance. We
j iaV e upon our books the names of some who
have not paid us a cent in years—if they sup
i)3e that thev contribute to the prosperity of
aU establishment, they are very much mistakeu.
We have waited upon such for a long time, in
patience —and if we must wait upon them again
it trill be by proxy.
The accounts which we shall send, will be made
to the end of the volume, at the rate of $2.50
per year—if paid by the 9th of June we will
jeduct at the rate of $1 per year—but after
that time, the full amount to which we are
lawfully entitled will be expected.
If any errors should be made, they will be
The low price at which the Reporter is now
furnished imperatively demands advance, pay
ments. It would be ruinous on any
terms. We shall be obliged to confine our
selves very strictly to the rule. In commenc
ing this plan, we expect to part with many of
our old customers who have paid us regularly,
hut not in advance. Rut we trust that in time
thev will lie satisfied that the arrangement is
better for both, and also that it is impossible
for us to discriminate in particular instances—
hut necessary that we should strike off every
Mibscribcr's name, when the subscription ex
It there are any of our subscribers who know
thev are in arrears, but flatter themselves that
their names will not be erased, we assure them
that they will be mistaken. It is the careless
and negligent who are the greatest draw
backs to the country printers. Men who are
aware of their indebtedness, and the necessity
which exists for their promptness, and yet who
delay for years. We shall revise our list,
•• without fear, favor or affection."
In this connection, we might say, that we
have already received unmistakable evidenced
the general satisfaction which the adoption of
advance payments gy es to our patrons, and to
all who wish to take a County paper. Very
many have already complied with our terms,
and have expressed their appreciation of a mea
sure which is better for both patron and pub
In Franklin, on the llth iust., by Burr Ridgwny, Esq.,
Mr. Washington Short, of Ulster County, N. Y., io
Miss Lydia Greek, of Franklin.
RELIGIOUS NOTICE.—Rev. W. M. Pelono,
gjtSy will preach at the Court House, ou next Sub
lath, forenoon and evening, at the usual hours.
STVfS - "' NOTICE,.— There will be a special meeting of
fjL£isr the I. R. of 0. C., at the usual place, on this
(Saturday) evening, at the usual hour.
ju Fit \NKLIX FIRE CO.NO. I— The Members
Franklin Fire Company arc notified to meet
jigKEit the Engine house, on Thursday evening, April
19th, at 6 o'clock.
Isy order of the Foreman,
April 12. N. T. HOG ART, Secretary.
A MASONIC*— The regular meetings of UNION
LODGE, No, 10s, A. Y. M., are held every Wed
nesday, on or preceding the full moon, at Maso
nic Hall, over J. Kingsbery's store.
All brethren in good standing are invited to attend.—
The meeting for April will occur on theth Anril.
H. It. A. UNION CH APTER, No. 161, holds its regular
meetings at the same place, Thursday on or before the full
aioou. Meeting for April on the 2'.th day.
E. H. MASON, Secretary.
TOWANDA & BURLINGTONPLANK
J ROAD COMPANY.— The President and Managers
of the Towanda and Burlington Plank Road Company,
have, bv a resolution passed this day, resolved to call in
and collect the ballanee due on the stock subscription of
this Road, payable to B. S. Russell. Treasurer — at the of
fice of Messrs. LAPORTE, MASON &Co., as follows :
25 per cent, on the first day of May, 1855, and the bal
lauve on the tir-t dav of July, 1855.
B. S. RUSSELL,
Towanda. December s , 1854. Sec. A Treasurer.
VIN EII r XI) R FJ) AXDXIN ET Y-XIX E
s' Men, in Bradford County in debt to us, that we want
to pay their Judgment notes or accounts, which ever it
nay be, and we intend to have them do it. either by jkt
wiasiou or by employing officers ,-ufficient to collect of ev
ery nun immediately, without any exception or'respeet to
parsons, from the fact that the money belongs to our cre
ditors. and we intend that they shall have it as soon as it
can I* collected. HALL A RI'SSELL.
Towanda, April 20 1855.
PLASTER.— 100 tons Cayuga ground plas-
I ter— 2oo bids. White Stone Lime —loo hbls. Extra
Firmly Flour. SALT, PROVISIONS,GROCERIES. .Vs.,
at .„ BAILEY & NEVINS.
Towanda. April 10. 185.5.
A TWO HORSE HACK, hung
on leather thorough-braces, in good running
" order, nearl v new, and for sale cheap on lib
eral terms. Call ou Win. C. BOGAICT, Esq., who will nc
go iuteasale. I>. M. BULL.
JjVurauda. April 6, 1855. n-44-3t.
*• wr.ors n. m. skwakd e. u. cook.
\) WATROUS & Co., DEALERS IN
fl* HEAVY tf SHELF HARDWARE, No's. 1 A
> "at-rsLElmira, X. Y.
" e have recently made large additions to our extensive
. , Hni ' i'ave now on hand a complete assortment of ev
".vdeseription of Hardware, which we offer at the lowest
uis.i prices; consisting of Mechanic's Tools, Building Ma
fjWk Iron and steel. Nails and spiko, Ropes and C'ord-
Paints, Oils and Glass, Mill saws of every size and
either Malay Gang or Circular.
•"•'•bine Helling, of all widths, both of India Rubber A
M l Glass at wholesale. We are prepared to supply
■'"fhants with Glisr, Nails, scythes. Forks, Ac., at Man
ufacturers prices. Tin, sheet iron, and Copper work on
n< ' °t made to order.
'URTRACTOR'S TOOLS—Wheelbarrows, Ames' Sho-
Wasting Powder, Ac.
-ycni* for Rich A Wilder's Patent Salamander Safes,
i 5irh ank's i'Utform Scales, and Welch A Griffith's Circu
Large sizes up to 60 inch, always on hand and sold at
| Prices. Particular attention paid to orders by
Jgaira, April 7, 1856. n-14-12m
a nrzaW THING.
jj'-ING very desirous to get my books set
aha "P-1 have concluded to quit making accounts,
ft a" (foods hereafter for KEADY PAY only, and with-
JWa* the dodge of a new tlrra, call on all those in
b P a y "P Now, therefore, upon the re
-9' ®JT A'etc Spring floods, say about the 15th or 20th
fins', i " r/,7n mence the Ready Pay system ; and it I
,„ lc y kisure, shall be after those wuo do not call and
Trf op with a sbartt stick. O. D. BA RTLETT.
fowaada, April 7,1855.
* Nero QVirocrtiscments.
(CAUTION —.Whereas, my husband, Lester
J Morton , who advertised his wife, a few weeks since,
set forth a false statement, as his wife was at home at the
time, and was done for the purpose and as a pretext to
squander uiv property ; 1 therefore forbid all persons har
boring or trusting him on my account, as I will pay no
debts of his contracting after this date.
IIULDAH ANN MORTON.
Burlington, March 21.1855.
riant yonr Corn economically and scientifically!
p 11. DANA'S HAND CORN PLAX-
V '• TER. patented September 5,1854, costs ONLY
THREE DOLLARS, and is therefore within the means of
every man who plants half an acre of ground. It is -im
ple in its construction, and executes its work with accura
cy and despatch on various kinds of soil.
Unlike other planters, it has no gearing to get out of
repair, but is carried in the hand like a cane, and can be
worked up hill or down; as well as on level ground, plant
ing as much ground in a day as live men cui with hoes.—
It may also be used to plant beans, as it can l>e guagt-d to
drop as few or as many kernel.-: as desired. It is meeting
with unprecedented success everywhere it is introduced,
having leen presented at several Agricultural fairs, and
always without exception received the liighe-t premium,
being the I test and cheapest implement of the kind in use.
The undersigned, having purchased the right of selling
the said Planters hi Bradford county, will canvass the
county in April, at which time he will supply those who
wish, or dispose of Town Rights to an v who ish to pur
chase. JAS. B. SYKES.
Ovvcgo, March 22. 1855.
CONNER'S U. S. TYPE FOUNDRY—
vV Nos. 29, 31, and 33 Beekman st. New York.
TO PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
The undersigned beg to inform the trade that they have
recently issued their New Quarto Specimen, and that it is
now ready for delivery to their old patrons, as well as to
al! who patronize their Foundry.
in it will bo found a new series of Faces from Pearl to
Pica, surpassing if possible, their celebrated series of
Scotch cut faces.
The Fancy Tiqit department exhibits an unsurpassable
variety of beautiful styles, selected from France, Germany
The Scripts and Bordering are now for the first present
ed to the printing public, and are the productions of the
best European aud American Artists.
An entire New Series of German Faces, both for News
Paper and Job Printing, of a very superior style, is now
nearly completed and for sale.
The Metal from which our type is made, will be found
peculiarly adapted to the Skvkkk USAGE of Machine Press
Thev beg to return thanks for past favors, and to solicit
a continuance. Their well know n liberal manner of doing
business for the past thirty years, is a guarantee to their
new patrons of their disposition and ability not to allow
themselves to be surpassed for fair dealing, whether orders
are by letter or otherwise.
X. 15. Proprietors of newspapers are requested to insert
the above, provided they will trade out three times the
amount of their respective bills in materials of our manu
facture. and forward us one copy of the paper containing
the advertisement. 6t4l
SI M M ISTG GOODS.
T HARVEY PIIIXNY, Jr., is .just re
• J • reiving a general assortment of Sl'ltl.XU UOOUS
which he offers to the public for unusually low prices, for
Ready pay. As he is determined to sell Goods after the
Ist of April for READY PAY, or keep them, persons wish
ing to pay cash for goods will find it for their interest to
coll atul examine his stock and prices.
AS" All persons indebted to me by book, note or judg
ment, on the l>t of April next, unless some satisfactory
arrangement is made, will be waited upon by a gentleman
in authorily. J. H. P. Jr.
Towanda, March 14, 1855.
& T A G E S will hereafter
the Ward House, until further
notice, as follows :
FOR tVAVEKLY—Leave at 11 o'clock, A.M., arriving
in time to take the trains, east and west. I/cave after the
arrival of the morning trains, from the east and west.
FOR TUXKII VXXOCK—Leave immediately upon the
arrival of the Waverley stage, about I,P. M. Arrive at
Towanda, in time to connect with the stage for V.'averly.
March 17. 185$. SMITH A POWELL, Proprietoi-s.
SNYDER HOUSE, Waveny, 2MT. "ST.
T A MES WillTTAKKßrespectfully informs
•' the travelling public that he lias taken the above well
known stand, situated near the Railroad Depot, and soli
cits a share of custom. The House is convenient and com
modious. and he is determined that no pains aud attention
to the wants and comforts of guests shall tie spared to give
entire satisfaction. March 15, 1855.
FRESH GROCERIES, of all kinds just
received at MOXTAXYKS A I <K
I EATHER, Pork, Codfish, Mackerel, and
Jj White Fish, for sale cheap at PHIXXEY'S.
The Suspnelianiia Collcgialc Institute.
TOWAXDA, BRADFORD CO., PA.
DEV. RAMUKL p. COLT. Principal, Professor of Natu
ral, Mental aud Moral Science :
REV. JAMES McWILLIAM, A. M., Professor of Ancient
Languages and Belles Lettres ;
CHARLES R. CUBURX. A. M., Professor of Mathema
tics and Master of Normal School ;
E. ALBERT LUDWIG, A.M., Professor of Modern Lan
guages. instructor on the Piano aud in Drawing;
11. BEECHER MORGAN. Usher;
Mrs. MARTHA A. DAYTON. Preceptress;
Miss MARGARET L. KEN N ED AY. 2d d<>.
fia-Thc Spring Term of 1555 will commence on Wed
nesday, April 4th. The Academic will comprise 3 terms.
EXi'KNSKS FEB TV KM :
Tuition in the Fifth class, (primary) per term ?1 00
Fourth, c 00
Third 6 00
" Second 7 00
First '.... 900
French. German. Spanish or Italian, each. 5 00
When taken without other branches 7 00
Drawing 3 00
Ornamental needlework and embroidery,each 3 00
Tuition on Piano Forte with use of instrument.. .. 12 00
d>> do per quarter of 11 weeks,.... 10 00
Oil painting in landscapes, per term 8 00
do figures 10 00
Room rent for lodgers, 1 75
Contingent fund for each pupil 38
Board in Hall, per week. 1 75
Washing, per dozen. 38
Fuel nnd light at the actual expense.
Pupils boarding in the Hall will furnish their own l>ed,
bedding, towels. Ac., and the table silver at their option.
No pupil taken for less than half a term. Tiie bills for
the term must be paid in advance ; or one half thereof at
their entrance, aud tlic remaining half at the expiration of
Pupils entering the Institute are pledged to the obser
vance of the Regulations, and none will be admitted on
E-pecial exercises are arranged without extra charge
for those qualifying themselves as teachers for common
For classification of studies and text-books, see circu
lars, for which apply to ('. L. WARD, President.
S. F. t'oi.T. j<cc. fit J. D. Montanvk, Treasurer.
\\f AGOXS & SLEIGHS. —Two or three
T T of each for sale cheap at PHIXXEY'S.
WAR! WAR! WAR!
OLD SOLDIERS ! Prepare for a fight vith
Speculators, and Beware oj them.' The 15*nr.ty land
bill, giving 160 acres of land to those who served in the
war of 1812, or any war since 1790. has passed, and all
persons entitled to such lands should call at once upon J.
E. CAXFIELD, Athens. Bradford county, l'a., who be
sides having the law and the requisite forms, has had much
experience in obtaining land warrants, Ac., and will do it
for old Soldiers, tiieir Widows and Minor children, for just
what it is worth io do the business.
The bill provides land for persons of all grades, ly land
or sea, including Indians, wagoners and flotilla men, who
have served in the wars since 1790; 160 acres in all to ffich
person who has served not less than 14 days, except actu
ally in battle for a shorter period. The widows or minor
children, to receive the benefit in case of the death of the
persons so entitled. The widows, officers and soldiers of
the revolutionary war to he entitled to the benefit of this
act,as well as volunteers at the invasion of Plattsburg in
September, 1814. The volunteers at the attack of Lewis
town. Delaware, in 1812 and Ihls, and the Chaplains who
served in the several wars. Post-paid communications
promptly attended to. J. E. UANFIELP,
Pension and Bounty I-and Agent..
Alliens, Bradford Co., i'.a., March 6, 1855.
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
rrilE SUBSCRIBER, offers for s:ilc his
X valuable FAIIM, situate in Burlington township.Brad
ford county, Pa., containing about Tin ACUKS, t whi<-b
about ISO acres arc improved, and in a high state of culti
vation. About 70 acres of the improved part is bottom
land, and the balance rolling land, faring the south and
east. About 100 acres is well timbered with pine and
hemlock, and a good mill seat the.con.
This fjrm is eight miles from the Llnnra and an,
WHllamsport Railroad, and nine miles from the /SffWjk
North Branch Canal. It haa upon it two good 1, , , e/A
apple orchards, and an abundance of cherries,
plums, Ac.: a new dwelling house, two goodAHdtuaft
barns, cow-sheds. Ac. Said farm is well calculated tor two
farms of eqnal value, embracing an equal portion of bot
tom land, upland, and timber, and will be sold separately
or together, as mav suit purchasers.
Terms:—A portion of the purchase money down, and
the balance in yearly payments, to suit purchasers. J-or
further particulars, enquire ol the sub.-enber at toe larm.
February 7 1805. SAMLEL M RLAM.
SHERIFF'S SALES.—By virtue of sundry
writs of Fieii Fa i s. issued out of the court of cum
in >n plena of Bradford county, and tome directed, will be
exposed to public sale, as the Court House, in the bom. of
Towanda, on SATURDAY the sth day of MAY, 1855, at
1 o'clock v. m., the following lot, piece or parcel of laud
situate in the town-hip of Leßoy, bounded and described
as follows, to wit: on the north by lauds of Edmund Kel
ly, east by lands of Alpha Stone, south by the Towanda
creek, ana west by lands lielunging to the estate of Ira
Crnfut—containing about -17 acres more or less, about 50
improved, a framed house, log barn and an orchard of
fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at tha suir of Charles T.
Merry vs. Truman Merry.
AlasO —The following described lot, piece or parcel of
laud, situate in Pike twp., bounded on the north by lands
of Stephen ]L Camield, east and south by lands of B. Black
mail, and west by the nubile highway. Containing one
acre and a half more or less, with a framed dwelling house,
a framed shoe shop, and outbuildings and some fruit trees
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of SUelden
Payne vs. Orrin Moore.
JOHN A. ('OI)DING, Sheriff.
"Towanda, March 28, 1855.
SHERIFF'S SALE.—By virtue of sundry
k-J writs of Vend. Exponas, issued out of the Court of
Common Pleas of Bradford County, and to me directed,
will be exposed to public sale at the Court House in the
borough of Towanda, on MONDAY, the 7th day of May,
1855, at 1 o'clock P. M., the following described lot, piece
or parcel of laud situate in Pike township, bounded as fol
lows to wit: North by lands of Thomas Jones 3d, East
A South by lands of Richard Ashton, and west by lands of
Heman Cogswell. Containing tifty-two acres, more or less,
about forty-two acres improved, with one log house,
and framed barn, and a framed corn-house, and au orchard
of fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Caleb Car
inait vs. Thomas Morris.
ALSO —The following lot. piece or parcel of land, situ
ate in Franklin twp., hounded and described as follows, to
wit: east by lands of Wesley Anderson, south by unseat
ed lands,warrantee name unknown .west by lands'of D. An
derson, north by the public highway on the south side of
Towanda Creek; containing about twenty-two acres more
or less, all improved, one framed house, one framed barn,
and fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Harriet A.
Mercnr. vs. Oliver Rockwell.
ALSO—The following described lot. piece or parcel of
land situate in W'ysox twp..bounded on the north by lands
of Charles Newell, east by lauds of Win. Carl, south by
the state road, and west by lands of Curtis Frink dee'd.—
Containing 25 acres more or less, with about seven aores
improved, a log house, a small log bam, aud a few small
fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Stephen
Vonglit vs. George Bump.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or parrel of
land, situate-in Orwell township, bounded as follows :
north by the north line of Orwell township, east by lands
of Harry Hillings and Sidney Hrainard,south by lands of
J. 1). Newell and Humphrey Beckwith, and we-t by the
public highway. Containing ninety acres be the same
more or less, about forty acres improved, with one framed
house a framed barn and one orchard of fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Henry Gibbs
vs. Sewell S. Lnthrop and Simon 15. Lathrop.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or parcel of
land, situate in Troy twp., bounded on tlie North by lands
of Horace Long, east by lauds of Timothy Roe, south by
lands of J. \V. Williams and O. P. Ballard and west by land
of Putnam Baxter. Containing 100 acres more or less,
about 25 acres improved, one framed house, oue framed
barn with a board shed attached, and an orchard of fruit
Seized uud taken in execution at the suit of C. C. Paine
vs. John Sadler.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or parcel of
land situate in the township of Herrick, bounded on the
north by lands of A. R. Brown, east by lands of X. B. Wet
more, south by lands of George Perkins and west by lands
of Nelson Marsh about three-fourths of an at re
more or less, all unproved, with a framed house, a black
smith shop and a few small fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of John H.
Bogart vs. Yolney 1). Itosengrant.
ALSO—The following described lot. piece or parcel of
land situate in I'lstor township, bounded on the north by
the highway leading from Milan corners in Ulster, to
Smithtiehl, on the east by Darius Myers,on the south and
west by lands of < 'harles F. Welles. Jr. <'ontaining about
two acres more or lesa, all improved, with a framed two
story dwelling house, one framed barn and a board shed
attached aud a few fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Win. M'Car
ty vs. Butler Vincent.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or parcel of
land, situate in Rome twp., bounded on the North by land
of Emetine Struble and Hiram Drake, east by lands of If.
Drake, south by lands of Lucius Eastman, and west by the
highway. Containing 22 acres and 27 perches, lie the same
more or less, about fourteen ai res improved, one framed
house, one framed barn and a framed blacksmith shop and
a few fruit-trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of TTiram Drake
now to the use of John Drake vs. Silas Gore.
ALSO—The following described lot. piece or parcel of
land, situate in Franklin twp.. bounded on the north bv
the Towanda creek, on the east by lands of Charles W\
Stevens, on the south by lands ou the west by
lands of Win. Williams. Containing one hundred and thir
tv acres be the same more or less, about 40 acres improv
ed, one framed house, one framed building used for a barn
and a few fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of H. K. Fow
ler to the use of It. Fowler vs Ransom J'uyne.
ALSO—the following described lot, piece or parcel of
land, situate in the township of Wells, bounded on the
north ly lauds of John Moore, west by lands of Benjamin
lngalls.' John Roberts and Humphrey Williams, south by
lands of John Roberts, east by lands of Geo. Wilcox anil
Win. lngalls. Containing about 874 acres, more or less,
about 8 acres improved, one board uouse and small board
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Charles ln
galls vs. Neheuiiiih Hathboue.
ALSO—The following lot, piece or pareel of land situ
ate in the twp. of South Creek, bounded on the north by
lands of Mahalun Herrick.west by land of Wm.Ward,south
bv the highway leading front South Creek to Wells, and
east by lands of Alexander llclyae. Containing about 106
acres more or less, 20 acres improved, one framed house,
one framed barn ami some fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Luther
Whitmarsh to the use of Wm. S. lngalls vs. John Watson.
AI.SU -The following lot. piece or parcel of land, situ
ate in Athens twp., bounded on the north by lands of
Jaines Thompson, east by lands of J. F. Satterlee, jr., on
the south by the road leading from Athens to Litchfield
and lands of John F. Natterlee, jr., ou the west by
lands of Julius Tozer. Containing fifty acres more or
less, all improved, one framed house.one framed barn, one
framed horse shed and fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Solomon
Cummiugs, adm'r. of Clark Rice, deceased vs. James M.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or parcel of
land situate in Burlington Itoro., bounded as follows :
Begiuningat the centre of the turnpike, thence south 54
deg., west 16 5-10 perches to a post ; thence north 22 deg.
west 10 7-10 perches to a po-A ; thence north 31 3 4 deg.
west 7 8-10 perches to the centre of the state road; thence
north 54 deg. east 12 4 10 perches to the point where the
turnpike and tate road intersect each other; thence south
3, deg. cast 17 9-10 perches to the place of beginning.—
Containing one acre and 92 nerehes.more or less, (except
ing therefrom two pieces of land, oue conveyed to Coryell
aud Gee by L. I). Taylor and wife, containing 9 and 5-10
perches, the other conveyed by U. I'ultz to Win. Coryell,
•'•3 perches) all improved, with a two story framed tavern
house and a framed shed attached, two framed barns aud
other out-buildings and a few fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of U. Mercnr,
Wm. EI well and J. H. Phinney jr., vs. John 11. Furntan.
ALSO—A certain lot, piece" or parcel of land situate in
Ridgbtiry twp.. bounded on the north by lands belonging
to the heirs of John Buck, deceased, west by lands of M.
and L. Chamberiin, south by lands of Wm. Pierce and Par
vine Covell, east by lands of Wm. Kaston. Containing
about sixty acres, more or less, about 50 acres improved ;
one saw mill, one framed or plank house, oue log house,
one framed ham, and a few fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Abiram
Pierce's use vs. Aimer Graves.
ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate in Windham tp., bounded on the the north by lands
belonging to the estate of James Derncrest, dee'd., on the
east by lands of Frederick Jakeway, on the south by W.
L. Hartshorn, and on the west by lands of James Smith.
Containing 65 acres, more or less, al>out 15 acres improv
ed, one framed house, one framed barn, and a young or
chard fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Asa Park
vs. Miltou .Wood.
ALSO—'The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate in Wysox twp., bounded on the north by lands of J.
E. & J. E. Piolett, west by lands in possession of Hogline,
on the south bv lands of Alvin Whitney, and on the east
bv lands of Permemis A Naptha Woudbnrn—containing
about thirty-five acres more or less; about twenty acres
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Myer ana
Spalding now to the useot IV. A. Park vs. Alvansou \V hit-
I ( ALSO—The defendants interest,supposed to lie the undi
vided one-seventh part, of the following lot, piece or par
cel of land, situate in Ulster twp., bounded on the north
by lands of Ira Klsbrec, on the east by lands of Daniel
Parker A Kphraiui Minier, on the south by lauds of lleury
Smith A Abraham Minier, and ou the west by lands of Eh
cnezer Keeler A Jesse Spalding. Containing about three
hundred and fifty acres, more or less; about sixty acres
improved, one framed house, one log house, two framed
barns, one saw mill, and an orchard of fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Welles and
Harris vs. Andrew Burnside.
ALSO—^The following decribed piece or parcel of land,
situate in Franklin twp., bounded as follows : On the
north bv lands of Samuel Aunable and John McDowell,
on the east and west by lands of Horace Willey, and on
the south bv Towanda Creek—containing about 100 acres
be the same more or less, about twenty-five acres improv
ed, one framed bouse, one blacksmith shop, and a small
orchard of fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of LeUrana
Banoraft to the use of John C. Adams vs. Wm. E. Gore.
ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate iu South Towanda (now Towanda township,) bounded
as follows ; on the north by lands of Edward Overton aud
C. Moore's lot, on the east "by lands of William and Mid xl
Dreslain, on the south by lands of Hiram Fox and Hiram
MeGill and lands belonging to the estate of Benj. Wilcox,
dee'd., and on the west by lands of Dennis MeGill—con
taicing about 125 acres more or leas, about twenty five
acres improved, one framed house, one framed barn, and
a few fruit trees thereon.
BKeiced and taken in execution at the suit of Wm. M.
Rumbaugh to the use of Kdw. Overton vs. James Nestor
and Edward Welch, doing business in the name of Nestor
ft Welch. Also at the suit of James Dewew to the use of
Edward Overton vs. James Nestor and Kdw. Welch doing
business in the name of Nestor & Welsh.
ALSO—The following described lot. piece or parcel of
land situate in Albany twp., bounded on the north by
lands belonging to the estate of 11. Ladd, dee'd., on the
east by other improved lands— warrantee unknown—on
the south bv lands of S. Wilcox, J. Jackson and others,
on the south-west by lands of Jacob Heverly, and on the
west by lands of C. Maloncy, I). English and M. Kellogg ;
counting about 400 acres, more or leas; know n as the
Uolliu Wilcox lot,
ALSO—One other lot piece or pan-el of land situate in
Albany twp.,bounded on the north by lands of Augustus
Sterigcr. east by lauds of John Steriger and I Morris or
unseated lands,"south by lands of Wm. Sharp, and west by
Elijah Green and D. Ormsby; containing about 100 acres
more or less, about 15 acres improved. Known as the
Freeman Wilcox lot.
ALSO—One other lot piece or parcel of land situate in
Albany twp., bounded on the north by lands lately deeded
to li. ft. Carpenter, bv F. Wilcox, east bv unseated lands;
warrantee's name unknown, south by lands J. Jackson
and Win. Sharp, and west by T>. Ormsby and Wm. Sharp;
containing about 75 acres, more or kiss, about 15 acres im
proved; one log house, one long bum. and a few fruit
trees thereon. Known as the James Wilcox lot.
Seized and taken in exeention at the suit of J. Wilcox,
now assigned to John C. .Mercoreau vs. R. 11. Carpenter.
JOHN A. CODDING, Sheriff.
Sheriff"s Office, i
Towanda, March 31, 1855. f
ar Notice is hereby yiven that an amount equal to the
costs, will be required to be paid upon each sale when
down to the bidder, and upon failing to comply with thir
regulation, tract of laud will again be offered for sale.
JOHN A. CODDIXU.
LIST OF J UROLLS, Ilrawn l'or MAY Term
aud Sessions, 185.5.
Arnout G. W„ Durell, I Morrow J. n. Asylum.
Ardway, Win. Burlington tp. .Merrill Gyrus. Litchfield,
Brainard A. Litchfield, I'lumer 1). W. Athens tp.
Boamont W. Derrick. Parker J. S. Rome,
('handler Spencer. Litchfield Parry Wm. Athens tp.
Deifenbocker ('. Overton, Qtiimby J. L. Albany,
Fo-ter J. M. Canton, Uoss J. 11. Granville,
Gates Herrick. Springfield, Smiley T. T. Franklin,
Hopkins J. F. Troy boro', Stevens Seth. Albany,
Eileuberger M. Wilmot, Shores Stephen,Sheshequiu,
Lilley George. Canton, Vancise Samuel, do
M'Kinney D. Litchfield, Westbrook H. Stand'g Stone.
TKAVKKSE JUKOItS—FIRST WEEK.
Adams Joel, Springfield* Horton Win. B. Sheshequin,
Adams Jaines, Troy boro', Keeler N. J. Towanda Boro",
Brink Stephen, l'ike, Kinney W. W. Rome,
Bubcock J. 15. G. Windham. I.ewis Elisha, Wyalusing,
Ballard J. A. P. Troy boro', Morse Heman. Litchfield,
Bloodgood C. Litehlield, Moody John A. Rome,
Bosworth L. L. Pike. Overton W. H. Athens boro'
Chaiiiberlin John, Smithfield Pierce Amos Troy Tp.
Coleman O. 1\ Ridgbury, Quick Riley, Asylum,
Catlin George, Granville, Rogers 11. "l>. Ulster,
Floyd Holmes. Wells, Rockwell Xiram. Canton,
French Clia*. Springfield, Scott Ansel, Smithfield,
Foss A. 1). Le Roy. Smith Whitfield, Tuscaroro,
GerouldSam'l. W.Smithfield Spencer G. W. Windham,
Gilbeit Richard, Durell, Wilcox Freeman, Albany.
Griswold H. A. Lei toy. Williams Johnson. Troy, Tp.
Ileaverlv James. Overton, Wilcox Daniel, Granville,
Harris S.C. Athens Broro', Ward Henry, Burlington Tp.
Allyn Seneca. Warren, Ilalsted W. S. Ridgbery,
Brown A. (J. Springfield, Hinev Timothy, Rome,
Barnes John X. Pike, Hodge James, Pike,
Ballard Chas. 11. Columbia, Kinyon C. H.Granville,
Briere Henry, Windham, Looinis Josiah. Canton,
Bull Edward, Orwell, Landon G. W. Herrick,
Bailey Alanson. Granville. Lantz Wm. Franklin,
Brown Kiijah M. Ridgbery, Marsh Isaac, Herrick,
Codding David S. Pike, * Newell John W. Canton,
Callan Warren. Spiiii ;tield. Pratt L. A. Monroe,
Dutton A. K.Suiitiiiield, Rediugton G. F. Troy Tp.
Hewitt Morgan, Burlington, Stone Hiram, Wilmot, '
Dodd Harrison, " Stalford J. H. Asylum,
Ford Edwin, Pike, Stephens George, Pike,
Gardner David. Athens Tp. Shepard L. C. Armenia,
Gordon Johu,Standing Stone Smith Henry, Ulster,
Gorliam Julius, Orwell, Titus Obeduh, Herrick,
Grace Addison, Springfield,(Wood Daniel, Troy Tp.
TRIAL LIST, for MAY Term, 1855
Bradford County Court.
PLAINTIFFS. DEFENDANTS. NATURE.
John M. Pike, George L. Nichols, Appeal.
David B.irlier, John Snvder, do
William Sample, Peter W'ilber, Issue.
David Barber, Stephen R. Chandler, Sei. Fa.
Sarah Ogden, W. H. H. Brown et al. Ejectment.
Robert Metteer, Hani. Wilber et al. Trespass.
George Fritcher, V. 11. Tozer et al. Appeal.
Jonathan Boyel, Austin Farnsworth, Ejectment.
Geo. W. Marsh, J. F. Chamberlin et al. do
John Dougherty, \. J. Gorsline et al. Hsne.
Wvllis Christie, Simon Stevens, Case.
William X.Coleman. John H Brace, Appeal.
Wm.Ki(r.suse, It 1,. McGeorge, do
Lyman Kiff V. C. Moore, Case.
Wood, Grant ft Couse William C'oolbaugh 2d. Sci. Fa.
Jaines Simmons, Edgar Barnes, Act. Rend'd.
John Allen, Elliott Whitney, Trespass.
Chester Thomas, Ortin P. Ballard, Case.
Jacob Reel, Francis H. Arnold, Appeal.
Juo. Towlinson ft Co Benj. B. Slade's AdmV Debt.
J. B. Clark, E. B. Luther, Appeal.
William Coonrod, S. S. Hinmau Garuishce Xttach't Ex
J. F. Satterlec et al. Guy Tozer, Ejectment.
PLAINTIFFS. DEFENDANTS. NATURE.
William K. Gore, Collins M. Segar, Sci. Fa.Bail.
Rtiliff Campbell. Wm. Campbell, Sei. Fa.
Edward Herrick. Chas. F. Welles jr. etal Ejectment.
David Barber, Josiah Hendershot, Sci. Fa.
Cornelius Hunsiker. Wm. R. Havnes ct al. Trespass.
Andrew C. Craig, John Flood, Debt.
Erastus Lovctt, Jo.-eph Seely,* Ejectment.
Henry D.Emery et al. tlarvyß. Ingham, Eebt.
W. Bradley ft Co. Daniel H.Crane, Case.
Luther Redlleld jr. Harvy li. Ingham, Debt.
Same, Same, do
F. L. Ballard, H. N. Fisher et al. do
Horace Williston jr. Jeremiah Driscoll et al. Ejectment.
Herman W. Camp, Richard Horion et al. Appeal.
E. W. Baird, John M. Fox, Ejectment.
John Eighmey, Wm. Lawyer, Appeal.
M. C. Mercur, -state Mat I Fire Ins. Co. Debt.
James A. Paine, John Hanson, Case.
Rogers Fowler, O. Schrader, Appeal.
A. I). Brown. same, do
H.N. Terrett ft Co., Richard Browcr, Debt.
Luke Perkins. James Philips, Appeal.
.Margaret Roberts, John Rogers, Ejectment.
John Rogers, Abby Ann Swain, do
Welles ft Harris, J. L. Vansice, Sci. Fa.
Chas. J. French, Marvilla Watson, Ejectment.
Jacob Tome, Rogers Fowler, Case.
Henry Cramraond, Russell Spalding, Ejectment.
Pa. Lunatic Hospital Overs'rs poor of Frank- Debt.
Thomas Butler. E. Horton, [lin tp. Sei.Fa.SurM
Hiram Hetnuns, same et al. Appeal.
Ezra Spalding. Brown ft Rockwell, Ejectment.
F. A. Saxton ft Co. John Taylor, Trespass.
Wm. 11. Russell, Job Dean, Ejectment.
Geo. M. llollenback. Hannah Benjamin et al. do
Clark Hyatt, A. Morley ft Brothers, Appeal.
Adam Kasenwine. P. ft G. ft. Gorsline, do
H. S. Phinnev's use. M. M. Coolbaugh, do
Mark Comptou, I.ewis K. Gibbs. do
McCoy Craig, Thus ft 1 sat si Craig. do
Abraham G.Garrison Siimuel Schofield et al. do
David Burt, David Hapeman et al. Sci.Fa.Bail.
Alx. FreaerftCo. Wm. Campbell, Debt.
Abby Ann Rogers, Gilbert Rogers. Divorce.
Bt. Kingsbery's use. ftebulon Esselstine, Sci. Fa. M.
P. J. DeCaters, James Ellsworth, Ejectment.
B. Greenwood ftCo. Win. Campbell, , I >ebt.
Davis C. Pierce, (Joseph Ediuinster, Isei. Fa. M.
Peter I!. StnrdevantJGeo. O. Kile, |Ap|teal.
James Fritcher, l.lohn Snyder, Case.
H. F. Burt, IKeuower Wonnley. (Appeal.
DOREIGN A TTACHMEN T— COMMOX
JL WEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA ; Brail ford County, s.
To the Sheriff of Bradford County. Greeting : We com
.—.— tnand you that you attach OWEN DOUGHERTY
i.. s. late of your county, by all and singular his goods
—. —' and chatties, lands and tenements, monies, rights
and credits, in whose hands or possession soever the same
may IK-, SO that he l>e and appear liefore our court of onm
niaii pleas, to le holden at the borough of Towanda, in and
for said county, on the first Monday of May next, there to
answer James* McKenna, of a plea of assumpsit, damages
not exceeding one hundred dollars, and that you snmmon
and all persons in whose hands or possession the said
goods, chatties, monies, rights and credits, or any of them
may be attached, so that they and every of them be and
appear before said court, at the day and place aforesaid,
to answer what shall lie objected against them, and abide
the judgment of the Court therein; and have you then
and there chis writ.
Witness the Honorable DAVID WILMOT, President of onr
said court, at the Borough of Towanda aforesaid, the 21st
day of March, A. D. 1855.
ALLEN McKEAN, Prothonotary.
I certify the above to be a true copy of the original writ.
JOHN A. NODDING, sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Towanda, March 22.1855.
nLOVER & TIMOTHY SEED.—SO bush
\J els Clover and Timothy Seed, just received, and for
by sale feb24 BAILEY ft N'EVIXS.
NEW & DESIRABLE SPRING GOODS
just opening at MONTANYE6 ft CO.
\ DMIXISTRATOR'S NOTICE.—Notit e
-AJL is herebv given that all persons indebted to the es
tate of A. P. BILES, deceased, late o, Wyalusing
township, to make immediate payment, and all persons
having demands against said estate, will pie. lent them du
ly authenticated for settlement.
April 14, 1855.
A DMIXISTRATOR'S NOTICE Xotice
JTV. is hereby given, th.-t all persons indebted to the es
tate of R( >XA XA \ AN\\ RINKLE, late of Pike
twp., are hereby requested to make payment without de
lay; and till persons having claims against said estate will
please present thtin duly authenticated for settlement.
('. G. GiUDLEY, Administrator.
Orwell, February 17. 1855.
T7 l XECUTOR'S NOTICE—NotIc? fehere
1J by given, that nil persons indebted to the etate of
HORATIO GAM AGE, dee'd. late ol Burlington twp., are
hereby requested to make payment without delay; and
all persons liaviug ciaims against said estate w ill please
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
JULIA GAM AGE, i ETCCOtow
PERRY B. PRATT, j XCCUIur '
February 17, 1855.
A U 1)1 TOR'S XOTICE. —In the matter of
J. A the estate of P. D. Havens, deceased. In the Or
phans' Court of Bradford County. The undersigned Au
ditor appointed by the said Court to distribute the pro
ceeds of the sale'lf real estate of said decedent, in the
hands of his administrators, will attend to the duties of
his appointment at his office in Towanda borough, on Sut
urdav the 7th day of April. A D 1855, at 1(1 o'clock A. M.
at which time mid place all persons interested are reques
ted to present their cluiuis, or be forever debarred trom
said Binds. G. H. WATKINS, Auditor.
Towanda, February 2*l, 1855.
A DMIXISTItATOR'S XOTlCE.—Notice
- is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate of BOLIN'KR PALMER, deceased, late of Cant< a tp,
are hereby requested to make payment without delay;
and.all persons having claims against said estate will
please pre.seut them duly authenticated for settlement.
THERRSSA PALMER, Administratrix.
Canton, March 1,1855.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
a. *_ is hereby given, that all persoiLs indebted to the es
tate of BENJ .YMIX B. SLA DF deceased, late of Columbia
twp, are hereby requested to make payment without de
lay; and all person* having claims against said estate w ill
please present them duly authenticated for settlement.
March 1. 1855. MIAL i' SLA HE. Administrator.
\TOTICE. —TI:o Commissioners of Bradford
1* County have fixed upon the following days and dates
respectively, for holding APPEALS, viz :
Towanda borough, Burlington township and borough.
North aud South Towanda, Ulster aud Wilmot, on Thurs
day, February 15.
Canton, Franklin, Granville, llerrick, Leroy and Wysox
on Monday. February ID.
Orwell,"Pike, ltoiue, Shesliequin.Tuscarora. Wyalusing,
Warren anil Windham, on Tuesday. February 20.
Columbia. Overton. Ridgberry, Smithfield*. Springfield,
South Creek and Sylvania borough, on Wednesday, Feb
Athens township. Athens borongh ¥ Albany, Asylum,
Armenia. Durell, Litchfield and Standing Stone on Thuns
dav, February 22.
Monroe, Troy township and borough, and" Wells, ou Fri
day. February 23.
Wl'tie Assessors will be punctual in delivering the no
tices to the taxable*, and in making their returns in per
son on the day designated in their warrants, at which time
and place the Board of Revision will attend and hear all
such as think themselves aggrieved by said a-*-c*>inent,
aud make such deductions and alterations as to them may
scorn just. Bv order of the Commissioners,
Feb. 7, 1855. E. M. FARKAK. clerk.
A DM I NISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
J.~\. Is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate of O. P. I'll 1 1.1 PS dee'd., late of Burlington tp.. are
hereby rcque-ted to make payment without delay: and all
persons haviiiging claims against said estate will please
present them Julv authenticated for settlement.
J. M. PHILIPS, Administrator.
February 3. 1855.
TX THE MATTER, of the rartUion of the
A Ural Estate of I'amey tl ebbcr. deceased. —Notice is
hereby given to all persons interested in the partition of
the real estate of Barney Webber, deceased, late of the
Township of Troy, to come into Court ou the first day of
nvxt term, (being the 7th day of May next, at 2 o'clock,
P. M.. to accept or refuse the estate vi hich was appraised
by the Jurv of inqec-t upon said estate, on the tlth dav of
January, 1555. J \MES 11. WEBB, Clerk of (J. C.
Towanda. March 10, 1855.
A DMIN ISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
XV is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate of AI.EXANPER HAND, dee'd. late of Windham
twp., are requested to make payment without delay ; and
those having demands against said estate-Mill pu—ent them
duly authenticated tor settlement.
MARTIN ELSBREE, Administrator.
March 28, 1855.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE. — In the matter of
the estate of John Cincle*. deceased —ln the Orphans
Court of Bradford County. The undersigned. Auditor
appointed upon exceptions filed to the final account of the
administrators of sunt estate, will attend to the duties of
his appointment at his office in the borough of Towanda.
on the 23d day of April, 1 >'.7.5, at 2 o'clock, I'. M. All per
sons interested will pit a c take notii e.
March 23,1855. P. D. MOBftOW, Auditor.
\ UDITOR'S NOTICE. -N. Mitchell rs.
J.X. A. U. J). Tied. —In the Court of Common Pleas of
Bradford CUnnty; No. 3:ifi, May T. 1851.
The undersigned, an Auditor ap|K,inted by said court to
distribute funds raised by Sheriff's sale of defendant's real
estate, will attend to tlie duties of his appointment at
his office in the boTough of Towanda, on Saturday, the
21st day of April. 1855, at 2 o'clock. P.M., when and
where all persons having claims upon said fund must pre
sent them, or IK- forever debarred from the same.
March 21. l-V,. I'. 1). MORROW. Auditor.
V UDITOR'S NOTICE. — In the matter of
the estate of K.tche! Cranmer, deceased, in the Or
phan's Cuiirt of Bradford County.
The undersigned, an Auditor appointed by said Court to
distribute fimds in the hands of the Administrator of the
estate of Rachel ( raniner. dee'd.. will attend to the duties
of his appointment at his office in the borough <j Towan
da, on Monday, the 30th day of April. 15,75. at 1 o'clock,
P. M., when and w liere all persons are requested to present
their claims, or be forever debarred from any share of said
funds. D'A. tR ERTON.
Towanda, March 24,1855. Auditor.
I EXECUTOR'S NOTICE—AII porco. s in-
J debted to the estate of ELIAL STEVEN'S, deceased,
late of Ridgbury township, are hereby notified to make
payment without delay, aud all persons having demands
against said estate are requested to present them duly au
thenticated for settlement. KTL'RGKS Sty I IRES,
Ridgbury. March 20. 1855. Executors.
I PROCLAMATION*.— WIu-n-ns, the lion.
. DAVID WILMOT. President Judge of the 12th Ju
dicial District, consisting of the Counties of Bradford. Sus
quehanna and Sullivan, and Hons. MYKON BAI.I.AIID and
HAKKV ACKI.KY, Associate Judges, in and for said county
of Bradford, have issued their precept bearing date the
20th day of February, 1855, to me directed, for h.-filing a
Court of Oyer and Terminer, General Quartet Sessions of
the Peace, Common Pleas and Orphan's Court, at Towan
da, for the County of Bradford, on the tir-t Monday, the
7th day of May next, to continue two weeks.
Notice is therefore hereby given, to the Coroners and
Justices of the Peace and Constables, of the County of
Bradford, that they IK- then and there in their proper per
son. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. with their
records, inquisitions, and other remembrances, to do those
things which to their office appertains to IK-done ; and
those who are hound by recognizance or otherwise to pro
secute against the prisoners who arc or may IK- in the jail
|of said County..or who shall bo bound to appear at the
said court, are to he then and there to prosecute against
them as shall IK* just. Jurors are requested to be punctual
in their attendance, agreeably to their m-tice.
Dated at Towanda, the 31st of Man b, in the year of our
Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-live, ami of
the Independence of the United States, the seventy
ninth. JOHN A. CODDING, Sheriff.
REGISTER'S NOTICE. -Notice is hereby
given that there have lieen filed and settled in the
office of the Register of Wills in and for the county of
Bradford, accounts of administration upon tlie billowing
Final account of Thomas Elliott and Wm. CoolK-iugh.
2d, Administrators of the estate of David 11. (Hvens, of
Final account, of Leonard Upluim, surviving adminis
trator of the estate of Ileriah Pratt late of Troy, deceased.
Final account of Amos P. Spuldingand Owen Spalding,
administrators with the Will annexed, of John Spalding,
late of Athens deceased.
Final account of Paul Quick, Aaron Ely and Sarah Gor
man, formerly Sarah Sautee, executors of the estate of
William San tee, late of Asylum deceased.
2d Partial account of Joseph Mrnardi. -nrvivingndniin
istrator of thec.-tate of Horatio Ladd, late of Albany twp.
And the same will lie presented to the Orphans' Court
of Bradford County, on Monday, the 7th day of May next,
for confirmation and allowance.
JAMES 11. WEBB, Register.
Register Office, March 30. 1855.
COLLECTORS.—You are hereby nu
. thoi ised to make a deduction of fire per cent, npon
the state tax of every individual who shall pay his or ncr
state and county taxes in full, on or before the 20th day
of JUNE next, and the same shall be allowed you in your
settlement—provided the game in by you paid into'the
County Treasury, on or before the '.'lstor 22d days of June
next. By order of the Commissioners.
Towanda. April 7. 1*35. F if- FAESAR, Ckik. j
THIS school, under tlie charge of the Misses HANSON*,
is held in the north end or the Ward House, in the
room formerly occupied by I .sport.-, Mason A Co.
Miss EMMA HAN9OX will join her sisters ih a few days
and in future will give in.-tructiou in the French languag®
in the school. - v
The school year will consist of four quarters, of eleven
weeks each. The summer vacation commencing in Julv,
and ending In September.
TEKJIS, rUlt QfABTKK t
First Chi** —To Include the elementary T-7ngli-h> .
branches,ami the study of the Latin language, 1
Second Clan —To include the more advanced stu- i
dies of the English branches, with Mathematics $9 00
and the study of Igitin and French, J
Third Cla*-~ To include Mathematics, Mental)
and Mora! i'hilocophy, Rhetoric, Botany, Ac., - $l2 00
with Latin and French, j
Each pupil will bring with hei a desk und chair. Tln-re
will lie no extra charges whatever.
Music Instruction on the I'm no, with use of instru
ment, will in- given by Mis* Rebecca I). at $lO
per ipiarter. and as soon a-' arrangements now in progre-s
can be completed,a class in vocal inu-ie will be flirted.
iJ-K "fl RES on Rhetoric. Moral and Intellectual l'hllo
son "ay, and tlie higher branches of English coiupuftitiofl,
wd'i also lie delivered once or twice in each v, eek.
The aim of the Teachers will be to impart a ttorough
knowledge of the studies pur-ned, and to give a tone ami
character to their S,-ho.il which will recommend it to the
continence of the community.
The next Quarter \\"Ui commence on Monday, April 30.
They beg leave to refer to the following named gentle
men : lit. Rev. AbONZo I'ottkk, Bishop <rf the Dioceseof
Penn'a, Philadelphia ; lie v. itr. Maclean, President of the
College of New .icr.icy, Princeton.
Hon. Havip Wii.mot. . F. Mason, Esq., L. Warp,
Esq., Hon. G Honor; Sanpkrso.s, D. F. Baumuw, Esq.,
Col. J. F. MEANS, Towanda.
Towcmla, March 21, 185 S.
Important Scientific Discovery!
BL'TM A N'S UOLYTROPITE, for Baldness
and thinness <1 llair, a magic restorative of the hu
man hair on bald heads—removing and preventing dun
drtiir, and causing the hair to grow luxuriantly, and pre
venting it from turning gray. Containing no Alcohol or
Oils of any kind.
This is the most valuable discovery for the purpose ever
introduced into this place. There are a number of gentle
men of this Borough, who have used it. and ure willing to
testify to its excellent restorative qualities. lam will-ng
to warrant i! to give satisfaction to those using it accord
ing to directions.
For salt- by S. COOPER, Barber and Hair Dresser, in
the basement ol the Ward House, Towanda.
Towanda. March 2s, 1555.
To the Citizens of Bradford County.
BOOK BINDING.—B. WEJaLS rcspect
fully informs the inhabitants of Bradford County that
he still continues the BOOK BINDING- busiuess, in the
villi ?e of Binghamtoii, and is ready to attend to anything
ill his line that may lie entrusted to his care.
Particular attention will be given to the binding of Mu
sic, Magazines, Law Books, Ac. Everything will be douc
proniptly, aird in the neatest and most duruble manner.
Bindery in the Third Story, over Messrs. Harring
tons' btorc, opposite the Post Office.
e' As tiiere is no Bindery in Bradford county, for the
accommodation of the public arrangements have been
made by which Books left at the office of the ' Bradford
Rrpo.hr, 1 ' will be forwarded to me, and returned, without
Binglmmtou, March .11. 1*55. n-12
LOOS OUT FOB ROBBERS!
I J> GOODENOUUII resjMH-tfuily in
*l • forms all those that aie entitled to Land Warrants
under the act of March 3, 1*55, that lie is now prepared
with all necessary forms to meet every case. He would
also say to those who cannot conveniently come to Towan
da. that by sending him a statement of ine nature of their
claims he will make out the necessary paper- that can be
executed by them before thuTicure.it Justice of the Peace.
He would also say, beware of travelling speculators.
His terms are 50 cents down, und $5 ufter the warrant
is received. Towund-i, March 21, 1*55.
DISSOLUTION. —The Copartnership liera
tofore existing between the subscribers, under th#
name of 1. L. A H. L. LAMERKAUX, A Co., is tljjs duy
di— idl ed by mutual consent of all parties. The businei ■
of said tirni will hereafter be carried on bj 1. L. A 11. L.
LAMBI.KAI'X, at the old stand. Notes and Buck accounts
of the late lirm are left in the hands of 1. L. A If. L. Lain
ereuux. and must t>e settled forthwith.
I. 1.. LAMERKAUX. D. C. HALL.
11. L. *L VMERKAUX, C. S. RUSSELL.
Towainl.l, Jan. *2o,lBss.
DR. JOHN M ivrosil,. StfRGEON
DFXTIST, HAS RETURNED. Office next dour
to Mercur's store, and over Alexander's Clothing Store,
Main street. Towanda. February 24, 1855.
I AMES M AUFARLANE 'ATTORXE Y
*9 AT I.A/V, To wanda, Pa. Occupies the Office, in
the Union Block, formerly owned by John 0. Adams Esq.
gtf-He will attend to procuring Bounty Laud Warrants
and Pensions. March 22,1855.
IT. J. Madili P. I). MOIUIUW.
Maim LL a moriiow, a TTORNE YS
AXI) VOVXSKIA.ORS AT LAH',— Office
over Mercur's Store. Towanda, Pa.
Towanda, April 2. 1855. n-43-tf
DM. ATTORNEY AT
/.All'. Office in the second story of the Union
Block, over the office of James Macfurlune.*
DR. E. II MASON, J'll YSIC lAN AND
SL'RUEVX. offers his professional services to the
people of Towainla a;nl \icinitv. Office ut his rosidonco
on Pine street, where lie can always be found when not
FALL AND WINTER GOODS! t
BURTON KINiISKERV, is now prepared to offer to hia
customers and the public generally, a large and com
plete stock of FALL A WINTER HOODS. HLsstock luu
been selected with unusual great care, and is superior for
style and quality than have ever before been offered to the
public- -and smcli a combination of very low prices that
we are sure cannot fail to please the closest observer.—
Arnoiigc-t his assortment may lie found French Merinos,
Delaines, Cashmeres, Thibet-cloths, Glgliams, Fine Wors
ted plaids. Silk Poplin. Alapncaa, Calicos, Fine and heavy
Irish Linens, Cotton l'illow Casings, Brown and Bleached
Muslin. Sack Flannel. Broad Cloths A Cassiroere-'.Ae.
(CLOTHING —An assortment, maybe had
J . heap at PIIINXEY'S
\LL PERSONS imMited to Montanyes &
. Co.will do well to call tindjmake payment,otheiwbw,
necessity will compel them to tuud a call that will We
more expressive. March 1.1855.
NEW ARRANGEMENT AT THE EAGLE FOUNCRY!
I. X. & II i. LAMOREAVX,
HWIXO purchased the entire interest of the otlier
members of the late firm of 1. L. A 11. L. 1-amoreux
A Co. in the " Eagle Foundry," in the south part of the
borough of Towanda, will still continue the business of
said firm, and manufacture to rtrder and keep constantly
on hand a large assortment of the following articles :
MACHINERY of all kinds, including Mill Irons. Mill
Gearings; the Rose and Johnson Water-wheel. Ac. Ac.
STOVES—Box. Coal, Cooking and Parlor Stoves, of till
kinds, sizes and prices.
PHOUGHH—North Branch Nos. 1. 5. and 7; Blacthley
Nos. 1 and 2 ; Binghaniton. Wayne County, Excelsior,
side-hill ami corn ploughs, Ac.
Cofn Shellors and Straw Cutters; Wagon boxes, sleigh
shoes. plough points, gearing for chain pumps, grind
stones, iiud other articles t->o numerous to mention.
Having secured a- Superintendents, J. 11. Irvine in the
ma- bine shop, and Roiikut .McCi tciu'on in the moulding
department, the firm feel confident that tliey can manu
facture and repair all kinds of machinery In as workman
like a manner and on us ea>y terms as any establishment
this side of New York.
SM m Steam Engines will be repaired sati factorily on
l'articiilas attention will be paid to the Pattern depart
ment. and all orders fulfilled "it the shortest notice.
. The attention of Farmers is called to J. I>. Irvine's cele
brated EXCELSIOR PLOUGH, which took the first pre
lnium at the Bradford enmity Agricultural Fair of 1863.
Also to the elevated oven E AGLE STOVE, the best/stove
With the above the firm have connected a
Tin. Sheet frov and Copper Establishment,
anil will be at all times ready to manufacture, repair and
do job work, and will keep con-t&ntly on hand assortments
in all branches of their business.
We cell the public attention to the following facts:—
We n-e the link-ton Iron, \vhi h is acknowledged to be
more durable and strong than any other.
Our stove |dates are thicker and stronger than any of
foreign manufacture, and persons purchasing stove- of us
can have tlieni repaired on short notice by calling on us,
without going to the expense of having new patterns.
Farmers would save time and expense hv purchasing
ploughs of us. Si they would not lie troubled Tor point: ,as
in the ease of foreign plough*.
• Old Iron, Brass, Copper, Pewter, Ac., taken in exchange
for manufactures or work.
*m A! 1 would do well to call and examine before pur
clui.-iiig el -rwhere.
Towanda, February 15.1855.
FLOUR! —100 I>bls. choivc brands, super
fine FAMILY' FI.OUR. just received, for sale r-Lnle
sale or retail by fcb22 BAILEY A NEVTVS.
("t ROGER lES.—A large,stock just rt ceirrd
X —consisting of Sugar.-. Tea, Toffee. Melasma, Fiih
Ac. Ac., of snnerinr quality for sale at reduced prices.
Marsh 15,1855. " BURTON KING&BERY.