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i f SL RGLO.X, oflers his nrofe—ionnl -i rviccs to tilt
people of Towanda and vicinity. Office at his residenci
•m Pine street, where he van always be found when not
JOHN C. ADAMS D"\. OVERTON.
\ I)A MS & OYKIITON, A TTOEXE YS
.2 \ AT l.Aiy. Office in the room foniuily o< tnijiied
bv George Sanderson, over Burton Kingsbert 'r store.
Towanda. Wry it). D.
Dru VF. VINO —J AM KS A. PA IN F. Snr-
Ik 1 veyor Tor Bradford County. Is prepared to attend to
thefe'ooTP busiaess in el! it-s branches. His office is at
Towanda. All letters addressed to him fit this place
w-t'l meet with prompt attention
April 4, 1R54.
pur 11. WATKINS, A TTOItXEY J
if* COUNSELLOR AT J* AIV, will nttond pnmpt-
Tv to nil hnslne** entnmtfd to h\< rare. (VilkM v. ill
rccr.iri* bin >prci:il attontion. OHiro a low b>t>rs liortji 'i
the Ward House. Towanda, May 13, b.
Proposing Amendments to the Constitution of
Resolved hy the Senate find House if Hi present ati res
cf the Common ire a!lh of Pennsylvania hi (lenrriil Asstm
hty met. That the follow ing amendments are proposed to
the constitution of the common wealth, in accordance with
tlie provisions of the tenth article thereof.
There shall be an additional urticic to said constitution
to he designated as article eleven, as follows
OF PCIJLIC DEBTS.
SECTION I. Tlie state may eontniet debts, to supply
rasual deficits or failures in revenues, or to meet expen
ses not otherwise provided fir ; but the aggregate amount
of such debts direct and contingent, whether contracted
by virtue of one or more acts of the general assembly, or
nt Afferent periods of time, shall never exceed M I en hun
dred and fifty thousand dollars, and the money arising
from the creation of such debts, shall be applied to the
purpose for which it was obtained, or t<> repay the debts
no contracted, and to no other purpose whatever.
SECTION 2. In addition to the above limited power the
Ftate mav contract debts 11 lepel invasion, suppress in
surrection. defend the state in war. or to rdcrm the pre
sent outstanding indebtcdm ss <>f the state: but the mo
ney arising from the contracting of such debts, shall be
applied to the purpose for which it was raised, or to re
pay such debts, and to no other purpose whatever.
SECTION H. Except the deht- above specified, in sec
tions one and two of this article, no debt whatever shall
be created by, or on behalf of the state.
SECTION 4. To provide for the payment of the present
debt, and any addition ! debt contracted as aforesaid, the
legislature shall, at its first session, after the adoption of
this amendment, create a sinking laud, which shall be
sufficient to pay the accruing interest on such debt, and
annually to reduce the principal thereof by a sum not less
than two huudrtd and fifty tli msaiid dollar.- ; which sink
ing fund shall consist of the net annual income of the
public works, from time to time owned by flic state, or
the proceeds of the sale of the same, or any part there
of, and of the income or proceeds of sale of stocks OWIII d
by the state, together with other funds, or resources, that
niav be de-i/nated by law. The -aid sinking fund may i c
increased, from time"to time, by assigning to it any part
of the taxes, or nthor revenues of the state, not required
for the ordinary and current expenses of government,and
unless in e.s-c of war, invasion or insurrection, no part of
the said sinking fund shall be used or applied otherwise
than in extinguishment of the public dept. until the
amount of ,-uch debt is reduced bclov,' the sum of five mil
lions of dollars.
SECTION 5. The crrdir of the commonwealth shall not
in any manner, or event, be pledged, or loaned to, any in
dividual. company, corporation, or association ; nor shall
the commonwealth hereafter become a joiut owner, or
stoekholde, in any company, association, or corporation.
SECTION ("•. The commonwealth shall not assume the
debt, or any part thereof, of any county, city, borough,or
township: or of any corporation, or association: unless
ancli debt shall have been contra-ted to enable the state
to repel invasion, suppress dome-tic insurrection, defend
itself iu time of war, or to assist the state in the discharge
of any portion of its present indebtedness.
SECTION 7. The legislature shall not authorize any
count v. city, borough, township, or incorporated district,
bv v irtue of a vote of its citizens, or otherwise, to become
a stockholder in any company, association, or corporation;
or to obtain uionev for, or loan its credit to, any corpora
tion, association, institution, or party.
There shall be an additional article to said constitution,
to be designated as article XH. as follows :
OF NEW COUNTIES.
No county shall be divided by a line cutting off over
one-tenth of its population, (either to form a new county
or otherwise.) without the express assent of such county,
by a vote of the electors thereof; nor -hill any new coun
ty he established, containing less than four hundred square
From section two of the tir-t article of the constitution,
strike out the words, " of thr cityof Philnilehihxa. and of
etch county resprcltvety from .section live, name article,
strike out the words, •' of Philadelphia and of the several
counties from sertion seven, same article, strike out
the words, " neither the city of Philadelphia nor any,"
and Insert in lieu thereof the words, •• and no and
strike out section four, same article, and in lieu thereof
inert the follow ing :
" SECTION 4. In the year one thousand eight hundred
nml sixty-four, and in every seventh year thereafter, rep
resentatives to the number of one hunbred, shall tie ap
portioned and distributed equally, throughout the state,
by districts, in proportion to the number of taxable in
habitants in the several parts thereof: except that any
county containing at least three thousand five hundred
taxable*, may Tie allowed a separate representation ; but
no more than three counties shall be joined, and no coun
ty shall Tie divided, in the formation of a district. Any
city containing a sufficient number of taxables to entitle
ft io at least two representatives, shall have a separate
representation assigned it, and shall be divided into con
venient districts of contiguous territory, of equal taxable
population a* near as may be, each of which districts shall
elect one representative."
At the end of section seven, same article, insert these
words, " thr city of Philadelphia shall be divided into sin
gle senatorial districts, of contiguous territory as nearly
eifual in tumble imputation its possible ; but no irard shall
be divided in the formation thereof."
The legislature, at its first session, after the adoption
of this amendment, shall divide the city of Philadelphia
into senatorial ami representative districts, in the manner
above provided ; such districts to remain unchanged un
til the apportionment in the year one thousand eight hun
dred ana sixty-four.
To be section xxvi, Article I.
The legislature shall have the power to alter, revoke.or
annul, any charter of incorporation hereafter conferred
by, or under, any special, or general law, whenever in
their opinion it may be injurious to the citizens of the
commonwealth ; in such manner, however, that no in
justice .-hall be done to the corporators.
IN SENATE, April 21, IS."(I.
Rewired, That this resolution pass. On the first amend
ment, was 21, nays 5. On the seeond amendment, yeas
19, nays C. On the third amendment, yeas 28, nays I.
On the fourth amendment, yeas 23, nays 1.
Extract froiu the Journal.
THOMAS A. M.UiIMRK, Cirri:.
IN llorsE OK REPRESENTATIVES, 1
April 21, 1858. (
Rewired. Thnt this resolution pass. On the Arst amend
ment, yea* 72, nays 24. On the second ameedment. yea*
63. nays 25. On the third amendment, yeas 01, nays'2s ;
and on fourth amendment, yeas O'J, nays 10.
Extract front the Journal. \VM. JACK, Cltrk.
PECHETARYV OFFICE, ) A.C,. CI'RTIX,
Filed April 21, 1856. ( Ser'y. of the Commonwealth.
SECRETARY'S OPEICE, )
Harritburg, June 27, 1856. (
rtnnsylrania M .'
1 do'certify that the above and foregoing i a tree n:id
Correct correct copy of the original " Res dittion relati\e
to an amendment of the Constitution"' as the same re
mains on file in this office. ,
: ; In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
L.S. : hand and caused to be affixed tlie seal of the S-c
- Office, the day and war almve written.
A. ti. CCUTIX,
Secretrry of the Commomrealth.
Is SENATE, April 21,1856.
Resolution proposing amendments to the ('<institution
of tin- Comin mwealth, lieitig under consideration,
On the question,
5\ ill tiie Senate agree to the first amendment?
1 or yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the provisions
of the Constitution, and were a* tallows, viz :
1 EAS—Messrs. Browne. Uuckalew, Cresswell, Evans,
igu-'ofi, Fleiuiiketi, Huge. Ingram Jamison. Kn.x
. Mfaacfe.Uwis MI lilts X Price M!..-. Shaman
••*!..ai,. ..n. Wi.;L..f: 5.. a \ rs rv V,
l.u: I .all. Spej/.h Ji.
\ *v—Messrs. Crabb, (Iregg, Jordan, Mellinger and
S<> the question was determined in the affirmative.
On the (inc.-tion.
Will the Senate agree to the second amendmeut?
The _vea- and nays were taken agreeably to the provis
ions of "the Constitution HUII were as follows, viz :
YEAS Messrs. Browne, liuckalew, Cress well, Evans,
'! ge Ingram. Jamison. Knox, Lnbauch, Lewis, M'Clin
i -k. Sellers. Sliuman, Souther, Strauh, Walton, Weill,
Wherry and W ilk ins—in.
\A v V—Messrs. Crahh, Ferguson, Gregg, Frutt, Price
"i d Piatt, Speaker— o.
S • t'.e que-tion was determined in the affirmative.
On the que tion.
Will tlic Senate agree to the third amendment ?
The yeas and nays wt re taken agreeably to ttie Consti
tul'ou. and were a- follows, viz :
YKXS—-Messrs. Browne. Uuekaiew, Crahh, Grcsswell,
Kvans, Ferguson, Flenniken. iloan, Ingram. Jamison,
Jordan. Kuox. I-aubaiirh. Lewis. .M'Clintock. Mellinger.
Pratt. Price. Sellers. Slminiin. Souther. Struuh, Taggart,
Walton. Welsh. Wherry, Wilkius and Piatt, Speaker—'ls.
XAV S -Mr. Gregg— l.
So the qie-tion was determined in the affirmative.
On the question.
Will the Senate agree to the fourth amendment ?
The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the Consti
tution. and were a- follows, viz :
YEA#— lles-r-:. Browne, Buekalew, Cresawell, Evans.
Flenniken. Ilogp. Ingram. Jamison. Jordan, Knox, Lau
iiaeh. Lewis. M'Clinto. k. Priee. Sellers, Shaman.Souther,
Straub. Walton, Welsh, Wherry. Wilkinaand Piatt, Spea
NAY; -Messrs. Crabb, Gregg. Mellinger and Pratt—4.
So the question was determined in the affirmative.
Journal of the House of Representatives, April 31, lSf)<>.
The yeas and nays were token agreeably to the provis
ions of the Constitution, and on the first proposed amend
ment, were as follows, viz :
YKAS—Messrs. Anderson. Backus. Baldwin, Ball, Beck,
(Lycoming.) Bock, (York.) Bombard. Boyd, Hover, Bu
chanan. Brown, Brush. Colkwell. Campbell,Carty,Craig,
(Yawford. Pnvvdull, Edinger, FausoM. Foster, Get/.,
Haines. Haniel. 11 truer. Heins, Hibhs. Hill, Hillcgas.Hip
pie. Ilolcoinb, Flu - ker, Imhrie, Ingham, lttnis. Irwin,
Johns, Johnson, rte. l.eho, Lrmgaker, Lnvett, M'Cal
mout, M'l'arthv, MVi mil. Mangle. Menr r. Miller. Mont
gomery, Moor!.i :01, N'unnemaeher. Orr. Pearson, Phelps,
Puree!!. Bani-ey, Kced. Keinhold. Kiddie. Huberts, Slierik,
Smith. (Allegheny.) Smith. (Cambria.) Smith. (Wyo
j ming. Strou-e. Thomp-on. Vail, Whallon. Wright, (I)au
' pliin.) Wright. (Luzerne,) Ziuimcnnau and Wright, Spen-
I >:rr 72.
NAYS—Messrs. Augustine, Barry, Clover. Cobonrn,
i IJork. Fry, Fulton, Gaylord, Gihhouey. Hamilton, Han
cock. Housekeeper. Hntiekcr. I.ei curing, Magee, Mauley.
Morris, Mununa. Patterson, Salisbury, Smith, (Philadel
phia,) Walter. Wintrode and Yearsley—24.
So the que.-tion w as determined in the affirmative.
On the question.
Will the House agree to the second amendment ?
The ye.is and nays were taken, and were as follows,
YE\S Messrs. Anderson, Backus. Baldwin, Ball.Beck,
(Lycoming,) Beck, (York.) Bornharil, lioyd, Brown.
Brush. Buchanan, Caldwell. Campbell, Cartv,Craig.l'aus
i old. Foster. Getz. Ilaine-, Hanul. Harper, Ileins, Ililih.s,
Hill, Hillegfts. Hippie, Hulcomb, lli!!*eeker, Imhrie. Ing
ham. lunis. Irwin. Johns, Jr.hnson, Laporte, Lebo. Long
aker. l.ovett, M'<'aho'iit, M'< artliy, M'Contb, Mangle.
Menear. Miller. Montgomery, Mooruead, Xunnemueher.
' Orr. Pearson, Purcell. llanHev. Reed. Keinhold, Kiddle,
I Roberta, Sbenk, Smith, Allegheny,) Strouae, Vail, Whal
; lon, Wright, (Lazenii ./ Zimmerman, and Wright, Spca
i ker —63.
NAVS Me--srs. Augustine. Barry. Clover, Edinger.Fry,
Pulton, Gaylord. <• i: •.• > .Hamilton. Hancock. Hum ker,
I l.ei-t : ring. Mo i ■ . M a!'> . M iris. Momma, Patterson,
Plo lps. Salisbury. Smith. (Cumbria.) Thompson, Walter,
1 Wintrode, Wric lit (Dauphin.) and ) ears lev—2.">.
, S.i the (jiu sii'iri was detennim din the affirmative.
| On the question, -
Will ti.e House agree to the third amendment?
The teas aud nays were taken, and were as follows,
YEAS—Messrs. Anderson, Backus, Baldwin, Ball, Beck,
(Lycoming ) Beck. (York.) Bernhard, Boyd, Buyer, Bu
lb. Brow ' Caldwell, Campbell, Carty, Craig, <'raw
fi-r.l Kd inner, Fa - Id. Foster. Fry. <letz. Haines, llnmel,
n tr| cr. Ileins. Hibhs. Hill, Hillcgas, Hippie, Holeomli,
Ilousektcp r. lm rie. Ingham, lunis, Irwin, Johns, John
sun, La| .rte. I.ei o. Loiigaki r, l.ovett, M'Calmont, Me-
Comb. M . rlc, Mem-ir, Miller, Montgomery.Xiinnemaeli
er, llrr. Pi i on. Pi.. lps. Purcell. Ramsey, Reed, Kiddle,
Sh< uk, Smith. (Allegheny.) Smith. (Cambria.) Smith,
! (Wyoming.) Thompson, Whallon, Wright, (Dauphin,)
i Wright, (Luzerne,) and Zimmerman—(lf.
NATS—Messrs. Barry, Clover, Cobourn, Dork.Dowdall,
; Fulton, <lay! .rd. Gibhouey, Hamilton, llaneoek, Huiieker,
Lclscnriiig" M'Carthy. Magee, Mauley Moorhead, Morris,
Patterson, Keinhold. Roberts.Salsbary, Walter, Wintrode
I Yearsley and Wright, Speaker— 2s.
I So the question was determined in the affirmative.
I On the question,
| Will the House agree to the fourth amendment?
The yeas and nays were taken, and were as follows,
! viz :
! Yi:t fi - Messrs. Anderson, Backus. Ball. Beck, (Lyeom
ing.) Beck, (York.) l'ernhard, Boyd, Boyer, Brown. Bu
chanan. Brush. Caldwell. Campbell. Party. Craig, Craw
: ford. Dow dall, Edinger, Fausold. Foster. Pry. Get/.. Ham
el, liarper, Ileins, Hibhs, Hill, Hillcgas Hippie Holcnmh,
Housekeeper, Ilunseckcr, lmbrie, lunis, Irwin, Johnson.
Laportc, l.eho, Longnker, Lovett. M'Caluiont, M'Carthy,
M'Comb, Mangle. Menear, Miller, Montgomery. Moorhead,
j Nunnemaeher, Orr, Pearson, Plielps. Purcell, Barnsey.
I Reed. Reifihnld, Kiddle, Roberts, Shenk. Smith, (Cambria)
I Smith, (Wyoming.) Thompson, Vail, Walter, Whallon,
Wright, (Luzerne,) Yearsley, Zimmerman and Wright,
XAVS Messrs. Barry. Clover, Cobourn, Fulton, Cibho
ney Haines, Hancock, lluueker, Ingham, Leisenring.Ma
gee. Manley, Morris, Patterson, Salisbury aud Wintrode
So the question was determined in the affirmative.
SECRENARY'H OFFICE, )
Harrisbtirg, June 27, 1 s.MJ. (
1 do certify that the above and foregoing is a true and
correct copy of the " Yeas" and " Nays" taken on the
Resolution proposing amendments to the Constitution of
the Commonwealth, as the same appear* "n the Journals
of the two Houses of the General Assembly of this Corn
wealth for the session of I s -'>(i.
[L. S.] Witness niv hand and the seal of said office,
this twent v-seventh day of June, one thousand eight hun
dred and fifty-six. A. G. CUKTLV,
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
THE SUSQUEHANNA COLLEGiATE INSTITUTE,
TOIVAXI)A, BRADFORD CO., FA.
j REV. SAMrF.I. I'. COLT. Principal, Professor of Xatu
| ral, Mental ami Moral Science :
i REV. JAMES McWILLI AM. A. M.*, Professor of Ancient
languages and Belles I>> ttres ;
CHARLES it. COIJI RN, A. M., Profesßor of Mathema
lira and Master of Normal School ;
E. ALBERT Lt'DWICi, A.M.. Professor of Modern Lan-
I gauges, Instructor on the Piano and in Draw iug ;
MISS MAItV M. FOSTER. Preceptress;
I MISS EMU.IE A. BI'TLEK, I , . . ,
' MISS ELLEN C. COLT. t A
i MISS HELEN M. CARTER. Assistant in Mnsic;
; Mr. CANFEI.I) HAVTO.V, Steward.
Sif- The Fall Ter-ti commences on WEDNESDAY,
August 20, lsjii, and will continue fourteen weeks.
The Winter Ten.; commences Noveniher 20, and contin
nes It weeks, besides lo days recess at Christinas.
KXTKSSES I"Kit TKKM t
Payable invariably in advance—F'uel and contingencies
all included :
Tuition in the Fifth class, (primary) per term,.... $1 ..
'• Fourth,. 0 ..
" Second 8 ..
" First 10 ..
I Pupils using scholarships arc charged $1 per term for
i fuel and contingents ; fur instrument on which to take
j lessons, ">or, or for practice f i.oo
| No scholar, whose parents or guardians shall reside
within two miles of the Institute shall lie admitted to tui
tion therein upon any permanent scholarship rented or
loaned by such pupil, his or her parent or guardian.
French, Herman. Spanish or Italian, each, 5 ..
When taken without other branches, 7
Ornamental needlework and embroidery,each 3 ..
Tuition on Piano Forte with use of instrument,... 12
do do per quarter of 11 weeks 10 ..
Oil painting in landscapes, per term 8 ..
do figures 10 ..
Room rent for lodgers 1 7,5
The 1 "ong f.rftiex will find hoard in the Institute,
under the care of the Matron, at per week 1 7.1
Fuel and light 25
The male pupils can thai board in private families,
at per week, from f'J 00 to 2 .10
Washing, per dozen, 38
Pupils hoarding in the Hall, (who will be exclusively
Females.) will furnish their own bed, bedding,towels, Ac.
anil the table silver at their option.
No pupil taken for less titan half a term. The boarding
bills for the term most be paid in advance ; or one liaif
thereof at their entrance, and the remaining half at the
middle of the term.
Pupils entering the Institute are pledged to the obser
vaun t:.c Regulations, and none will be admitted on
K -p.- ial cxcr i-'es are arranged without extra charge
for those qualifying them -elves as teachers for common
S. F. If OCT, Sec. C. L. WARD, President.
July 3. Issi;. A. WICKHAM. Treasurer.
IMfE undersigned has the agency of one of
. the liest Binderies in X. Y. City, and is ready to re
ceive Rooks Pamphlets. Magazines, Ac., to be hound in
any style desired, in the neatest and most substantial
manner and at very low rates —shall ie forwarding a lot
very soon—so semi inyour volumes. UD. BART LETT.
April 21, 1850.
II' ST received a new supply of Pure "White
Lv.id. No. I in .0 üb'.te Zim\ 1 Op.lL Demur ami
' Hhroest Vara! h and Japan, hy M.S. MEUTIfR. I
It. AT. AVKr.r.IbS & CO.
ATHENS, nil AH FORI) CO., PA.
Maiiiifucturer, Wholesale and retail dealers in
EMERY'S AND WHE-LER'S RAIL ROAD HORSE
ROWF.RS. THRESHERS AND SEPKK \TORK.
co.viu.vni> Tniisnmts s H ■/.V.VBH '#•' u -s
Portable Saw-Mills. Clover Hollers and Feed Cutters,
Emery's Cider Mills, Apple Parors,
Clow's and Kel-ey's and other Grain Cradles, Scythes,
and other Harvesting Tools.
Ketchuill's and other Mowing and Reaping Machines.
Seymour's Grain Drills, Rruad east Seed Sowers, Ac.
Magic Com and Cob Mills, Cultivators, Leather and
Peters' Celebrated PAN IW£III<S,
Which I am prepared to n-11 at either WHGRKSALK GR
RETAIL. on verv favorable terms.
These mills are warranted second to none iii the I'nited
States, for durability, efficiency and simplicity, and will
do in the best manner and rapidly, all kinds of chaffing
and cleaning ail kinds of (Irain. • 1 ra>- Si ed, Ar.
Iss" Warrant'd to chuff tit tor market, from JO to CO
bushels of Wheat per hour.
Refrigerators, Provision Safes, etc.
Extra* furnished fur repairing Emery's and Wheeler's
Descriptive Catalogues. Price Lists and Circulars of all
machines sold by us. scut gratis and postage pre-paid, to
all applicants. Scud us your name and address.
Athens. PiJine 25, UK, R. M. WELLES& CO.
THE ELECTRO CHEMICAL BATH,
DIRECT 8t TO & FRO ELECTRO MAGNETIC MACHINE,
TAMES HAKIMS, ELKCTUICIAN, of Towanda, respect
fully informs the public that he has lately procured
from New York the celebrated Electro-Chemical Bath,
which has proven to lie one of the mint 'important and
wonderful discoveries of the age, from its ability to extract
minerals from the human system.
Some eight y ears ago, a physician of Cincinnati disco
vered the process of extracting minerals from tlu* Inn]v.
by galvanism ; more recently, M. \ erges, of New Y OIK
an electro-gildcr. having suffered from the introduction of
poisonous minerals into hi.- system in the prosecution of
his art, conceived the idea of removing tlu in by the same
processes, he succeeded in doing so. and quickly recovered.
He then applied tbe same means to other- similarly af
fected. with like i-i- alt-. Hi* snrces- exceeded his most
-anguine expectations, for lei only did tbe-o Baths remove
mineral poisons, but cured many diseases, some of which
were the result of minerals, and some were not.
More recent experiments have fully confirmed the sin
gular power of tlii- Bath to draw from the system all tni
nerals that mar be lod : 1 therein, to tbe great detriment
of health. Very often persons are afflicted by di-'-ase
which are bcyoiul tbe comprehension of the most skilful
physicians, and which are the effect of poisonous mine
rals accumulating in the system for years, taken in the
shape of calomel, lead, Ac. Ac.
The following are some of the disease- cured by these
baths: Rheumatism, Paralysis. Daisy, Painter's ('hope.
Chronic Vleers, Glandular Swellings, Scrofula, Cancer,
Xeuralia in all its forms, Salt Rheum and Humors of all
He has also S. B. Smith's newlv invented DIREt T A XD
TO-AXD-FKI) ELECTRO MAGNETIC MACHINE, which
is a great improvement on the Magnetic machines hereto
fore- in use. With the aid of the Bath and Machine, w<
have at command all the available medical efficiency of
Electricity. The medical power of the Machine is very
great, in introducing medicines into the system through
the pores of the skin—applying it directly to the parts af
fected. whi h gives an iucrea.se of medicinal power over
tluitnf taking it into the stomach,rendering it particular
ly efficacious in all local diseases.
1 am U"vv prepared to apply these Baths, and also the
Machines, at my house in the south part of the borough
of Towanda, or i will visit patients at a di.-tanoe, who are
unable by reason of disease ta come to this pla e, at mo
1 am also sole avrent fur Bradford count v. for the above
Machines. JAMES HARRIS.
To wand i. December 22, 1?.
L I QUOR STORE.
FELTOX would respectfully inform the
h". public that he is now ready at hi- old stand, under
Hall A Bu-sell's, south-ide of the public -.poire, to furn
ish those wanting PI PE LIQPOItS, with almost . very
thing in that line. He has lately made large addition- to
his stock, purchasing of the be-t importers, and in the
original package, lie lots on hand, and lor sale in any
quantity from a quart upwards
Brandy.- Siguette, ('ogniac, old 11. -in. --y, ami (Hard.
din. Swan. American, and Scheidant S uuipp-.
II hiskr'i Scotch, Old live, Monongaliela, and Recti
IFiuc.— furrant, Port, and Brown Sherry.
Fresh f'aiiipheue and Burning Fluid kc; t con-tantly on
haml. Al-o !i5 percent. Alcohol.
< 'lit ARS of the I>< -t Brands. Jugs of all sizes; quart
flasks, and a large quantity ofinpty barrels.
Binghaniton A'e by the gallon or barrel.
Those favoring tue with their patronage may be certain
that all articles will be what they arc repres. nted.
N. B. The person who borrowed uiy " Wantage Hod" is
re.pie-ted to return it.
Towanda. January 18,185 C.
THE PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORE !
18] GREAT BARGAINS! [56
XVI. E. Solomcn, Proprietor.
rpiUS extensive Beady-made < lotliing E-tahli-liinent.
L situated in Mereur's l.loek. Main -tiert, ha-just Been
tilled with a large assort men tot SPRING CLOTHING.
The proprietor assures the public that lie ha- the Be-t
and cheapest assortment ever offered in Tow anda ; ami to
prove this fact he respectfully asks the public to call ami
examine for themselves.
Persons wishing good bargains and an elegant suit, or
any portion thereof, well made of substantial material—
("oat, Ve-t, Pantaloons, Cravat, dollars, and in fact every
thing in the line, will do well to call. He is confident he
can satisfy all in price and quality.
tor Don't forget the place—one door south of Mereur's
store, Main-st. Towanda, March '.'s, lssi.
BAKERY & RESTAUiiANW
Owe l)onr Xort/i of the I Yard 1 foiise.
npifE -iib-crißi r would respectfully inform his friends
_L and the public generally that lie has opened a BA
KERY AND EATING SALOON, one door north of the
Ward House, where he intend to keep constantly on hand
a full assortment of everything in the line, such a- Bread,
Biscuit. Kusk. Crackers,* Jumbles, all kinds of Cake, Ac.
Having secured the services of an experienced baker, and
using nonh but the best brands of Hour, he feels eonlident
of giving satisfaction to all who may favor him with their
Wedding and other parties furnished with whatever re
quired, on short notice and at the 1110-t reasonable rates.
A nice assortment of Candies, Nuts, Fruits, Ac., kept
alwav- on hand and -..1.1 at the cheapest rates.
FRESH OYSTERS received three times per week by
express. and soid wholesale and retail.
jßi"Hot Coffee served lip at all hours. Don't forget the
place, one door north of the Ward House.
February 12, 1856. H. A. BITRBANK.
LIGHT NIN G RODS.
rpilE sab-crißcr having had two years'experience in the
X l.ightning Rod trade, in and About Philadelphia, has
now commenced the business in Bradford and adjoining
Connt'cs. He will do business near home, ami use noth
ing hut the best article of Rod and Platina points, all war
ranted such, and erected in the inffst perfect and substan
tial manner, and a- strictly upon scientific principles as
any line of telcgra-li. Persons wishing their families and
property protected from this destroying agent can do -o
by applying to the subscriber at Leßay-viile.
Leßaysville, May 13,1856. " F. GREGORY.
/GROCERIES— CaII and see our Brown,
VJ < rushed. ( (tic and Pulverized Sugars ; Fine Young
Hyson A Black Teas—warranted a superior article, or the
money refunded—for sale cheap ly 15. KINGSUERY.
/ 1 110ICE SOUTHERN IIOMMONY A
SAMP, put up_iu 10 lb. sacks, for sale la-
May 8,1856. E*. T. FOX.
DRIED APPLES -a few first rate ones
for'sale at jUO FOX'S".
Spring and Summer Goods.
Tracy <&. Moore,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED from X. York
a large and well selected assortment of
XEIf SPRIXG SUMMER OOOItS,
which have been selected with unusual care, and pure has
ed at tlie low est possible rates. Feeling confident tliat we
can sell Goods for Ready Pay, as low as any establishment
in the country, v.e a.-k the public to give us a call, and
examine our stock and prices. May 16. 1856.
Mackerel, .-. i.i Hcrriitf, n Hid
V/ irtiei, .11 ! (i * S
P.LOCK & WATCH REPAIRER—IV
V ,: undersigned Is constantly receiving from New-York
lY Express. new additions to bis Stork of M atches, Clocks,
Jvvvelrv. Silver ware, ami Fancy Goods, comprising ill
—Gold and Silver I .ever, E'Epine and l'lain Watches,
with a lull and complete assortment of Fine Cold Jewelry,
such as Cold chains, Lockets, Bracelets, Gold Bells, Keys.
ISreast-l'ins, Kat-Rings, Finger-Rings. etc. etc. Also, a
large variety of Silver ware,sncli as Table and Tea Spoons.
Cream spoons, Butter knives. Salt spoons, Spectacles, to
tether with :n (-xtfiisive ajis(rtiiipiit <i Plated N\urc—Ail
of which will be sold very low for CASH.
Ci.ofK.s. A large assortment Clocks just received, of
all descriptions, ranging in prices front 75 cents to Fifty
fcv . Watchc- repaired n short notice, and W AKKANTKH
to run well. Also, nil kinds Clocks repaired.
W. A. C. win.hi beg leave to say. that he is prepared to
execute the mo-t ilitlieiilt .10l s. such as can be done at no
other Shop short of Xew-Y ork city.
\V. A. CHAMBKREIN.
Towatida. February 1. W>*>.
1 OOKING GLASS PLATES CUT AM)
1 J fitted for ativ size, to be had at the ewelry Store ot
Feh. 1, ItWo. " \\\ A. CHAMBKREIN^
JEWELRY! JEWELRY! JEWELRY!
A. IVf. Warner's
.Xcir Spiendid Jewelr if Store, one door north
of I'dtft ns Drug Store, *
HAS just been opened with the largest and
most choice stock of FASHION ABLE
C\fST> j O\ JKWFI.HV everoffered t• a discriminating
jap. Jj) public. Indeed,he can safely say tliat with
Jrwre J/fdf the opening of his new store lias l een in
-£!**■- augurated a new era in the Jewelry line,
inasmuch a ■ along with the choiceand elegant assortment
he gives the most reliable assurance of an almost incredi
ble reduction in prices : the rich and tasteful articles hav
ing been all bought with ready cash.
\. M. W.. when he reflects liow, for the past years,with
a far less attractive stock, he has enjoyed MI large a share
ol public patronage, flatters himself that the immense iu
rrea>e of Goods be now offers, wbicli have Urn bought so
much more advantage ui-lv. will enable hhn to increa-e
the generous confidence which has hitherto beeu vouch
safed to him. He therefore solicit- i continuance of the
favor of his old customers, and invites the public general
ly to i-ntue anil see tile fashions.
' JBB-THF: WATCH REPAIRING DEPARTMENT will
continue to be distinguished by the skill and ilc-p.itcli
which has heretofore enabled it to enjoy the enviable rep
utation of being tbe most reliable ill town.
Towanda, September -1, l 00.
TOWANDA CABINET WAREHOUSE
CHESTER WELLS would
tfi.ilv inform his friends and the
<• > --vj|, u i,lic that lie is now receiving at his old
stand one door north of laiportc. Mason ,V bankiug
lion, e, a large and extiuisive assortment of
Sofas, Maliotrany Clinirs, of various pattern?,
Rosewood and Mahoganv Side and t'eiitre Tables.
Dining.Te.t ami Pctubreke Tables. Stand- of every
kind. ( inc. Flag and Wood seat ('hairs, high
Chairs, Children's Rockers, Bedsteads,
Bureaus', Lounges. Gilt and Rose
wood l'ieture Frames. Iron Hat
Stand-. Corner and side do.
of walnut and mahogany: < radios. Cribs, AVardrolics,
Cupboards. Rooking glasses, Ac.
K-rf~( i (FFIXS. of v\ i-ry si/.e and ipiality, ami will at
tend on all occasions when requited.
The public are invited to examine my assortment before
purchasing elsewhere, as I will sell cheaper than any other
e-tabli hmcut in Xorthcrn I'ean \ Ivauia.
Towanda, August H, is;,.*,.
THE OlsD STAND
STILL IN OPERATION!
JkH'l,"'!w. THE subscriber would announce
the public that be lias now on
' * I*l hand. and w ill mako to order all
; ; -R AE.NEI ITBNUTIM:.
jSitf j■- ■ 1 such as Sofas. I lira iis. I.oun, ges. < Vn-
L siJl tre.Card. Dining and Breakfast Ta-
JS JF.I .JIGJRV >J 1 It-. Mahogany, Walnut. Maple and
J 1 ■ ' || Tj Cherry Buieaus, Stands of various
4~ J3 P. i \ bind.-, (biirsaud Bedsteads of every
description, which are, and will be made of the be-t ma
terial and workmanlike manner, ami which thev will -el!
for cash cheaper than can be bought in any oilier Ware
room in the country.
READY-MADE COFFINS, on hand on the most rea
sonable terms. A good HEARSE will fie furnished on
Funeral occasions. JAMES MACKINSON".
Towanda. January 1. 15.7..
IJOOTS AN I) SHOES.
John W. Wilcox,
n.\S located bis islinirnt on .Main Street, on dour
North of the *• Ward House.'" and will continue the
manufacture of BOOTS A SHOES. heretofore.
lie ha* just re eived from New-York a large assortment
of Woiuans' Children*' and Misses' Shoes, which are offer
ed at low prices. The attention of the Ladies is particu
larly directed to hi.- assortment, comprising the following
new styles:—Enamelled Jenny l.ind trailer hoots : do.
shoes ; Black 1.i.-ting and silk gaiter : w.ilkinjr -hoi>s. lms
kin-. Ac. Misses' trailers and shoes, of every description.
A large variety of Children-' fancy gaiters, hoots A shoes
of all kinds.
I'oi tic Oi ntiemen, almost every style of gaiters and
shoes, Tlii- stock has Been pcf-smially -elected with care,
and he Believe- he can offer superior articles at reasonable
1,;" The strictest attention paid to MASTFACTRUIVO,
and he hopes by doing work well to merit a continuance
of the IBs nil patronage lie has iiitherso received.
Towand i Feb. I. |h.w.
Cheap \'rot. Shoe mill Leather Store.
J 1' HUMPHREY is just r:]
•" i* \ : m-xt d.s.r to U.S. Mi-re.iir's y- V-'. -_j
stor. in I'-w aiida, a large and well selected Kit
sto.k of BOUTS. SHOES A FINDINGS,
from New York, which with a constant supplv of
HOME MANTFAI TiRED WORK. SOi.E'A FPPEII
LEATHER. FRENCH AND AM KB 10 AN
< ALF SKINS. MOROCCO, Ac.
lie is de-irons to sell at -m.ill profits. reeling grateful for
past favors, he hopes to merit a continuance of public pa
&ii~ J fork and Hep-tiring done on short no
tice. CASH paid for Hides and Skills.
Towanda, June 14. 1855.
New Loot nnil Shoe Manufactory.
LMIANK HOFFMAN would respectfully
* inform the citizens of Towan.la, that he has com
menced the BOOTfy SHOE business in the room over
J. ('nip A fo's. simp, near the corner of Bridge street.—
He is ready at all times to do all work in his line in the
l.est manner—and will make Fine Sewed and Pegged
Boots, Shoes and Gaiter-, in the latest approved style, as
well as (.'oar. e Worh. Kni'-unixo done in a superior man
He would respe. tfnlly solicit tlie patronage of the citi
zens <>f this place, as-uring them that lie will endeavor to
merit their favors by using the be-t stock, by careful work
man-hip, and by punctuality.
Towanda, June 18, 18.15.
n. W ATimrs it. M. SKWAKD B. n. COOK.
HWATROFS A Co., J)i:A lkhs jx
• HEAfY Sr SHELF HARDWARE, No's. 1 A
3, Water st. Klmira, N. Y.
\\ e have recaiitly made large additions to our extensive
stock, and have now on hand a complete assortment of ev
ery description of Hardware, which we offer at the lowest
cash prices; consisting of Mechanic's Tools, Building Ma
terials. Iron and steel. Nails and spiko, liopes and Cord
age, l'aints. Oil- and (Ilass. Mill saws of every size and
shape, cither Mulay Danger Circular.
Machine Belting, of all widths, both of India Rubber A
leather, Class at wholesale. We are prepared to supplv
Merchants with (!ia-s. Nails, scythes. Forks, Ac., at Man
ufacturers prices. Tin, sheet iron, and Copper work on
hand or made to ot d. r.
C'OUTK At'TOlt'S TOO I J?—Wheel' .arrows, Ames' Sho
vels, Blasting Powder. Ac.
Agents for Birh A \\ iider's Patent .Salamander Safes,
Fairhank's Platform Scales, and Welch A Griffith's Circu
_ Izirge sizes up to 0(1 inch, always on hand and sold at
Factory Prices. Particular attention paid to orders By
Klmira, April 7, 1856. n-44-12m
BALDWIN A PULLEYS having purchased the marble
factory of this village, under the superintendence of
Ifeiiry lianford, are happy to announce tlint the Marble
bn.-intss in Wavcrly will now be conducted by them. They
are constantly receiving
Italian and Rutland UTarble,
for Monuments, Head Stones, Tomb 'fables, Stand Tops,
Paint Stones .Midlers, Ac. Having secured the services of
(1. 11. POWERS, who is well known to be the most perfect
Artist in the -fate, they offers unparalleled inducements
to persons wishing to secure any of the above articles, in
cheapness, stele and artistical beauty.
Wavcrly. N. A'., October 13, 1855.
Books and Stationery.
fTHIE largest assortment of BOOKS and
X STATIONERY ever.ffcred in this market—compris
ing a very eoiriplete stuck of School Classical and Miscel
l.ipe .us Books, and a very full assortment of Stationery,
ji-t • [-. g ..t..' for - ..it uuu-u: ii cVp at
kpril 21. I-.6. 0. D. BAIiTLKTT'S.
DIi.I'OKTKR'H UG STOlili,
SOUTH END OF THE WARD HOUSE
Fronting the Public Square.
7"MIE subscriber. thankful fur the lilieral patronage of tli< past year. intends t i ko*-j> constantly o> !:•••;,) ■, r u j- ,
snrlincnt of tiic very best articles usually K |t in our line. which MI: VII.I. m .i-isiich term- - M ; , Sl) "
isfaetory to :• 11 who iu;i% patronize liiii). Tin.' purehni-eii are uuulc cut i'•!> v ith *l. l<: html, uad f. ; the I A-ll
customers w ill receive the Lent-lit of a good article at a low ju ice. All artu li s shall an-v.er o ; itniaiui'a-hi, ..
and are warranted a* it presented.
Advke gratuitously fiven at the Offier, cliareins mly fur the Scdiciurs.
Tile stock consists of a complete and si !<-<t assortment of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, AIMD GROCERIES,
Pure Wine k Liquors, for Medicinal use, London Porter k Scotch Ale.
ALL HIE MOS POPILAR PATENT MEDICINES'
The most approved Trusses and Abdominal Supporters, JNTurcing Pottles, Kip
pie Shells, Breast Pumps, Teeth S-ings, Syringes, Catheters, efce.
American, English $ Chinese Razors and Knives,
FRESH CAMPHENE & BURNING FLUID—NEW & BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS GF LAMPS I
Superior TOBACCO dL B*S"ITFF ! —Choice brands of Pure Havr.nna, Principe
and Ifara CIGAP.S !
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Himlow I'rtiSiies, Perfumery, Shaving Soap
fancy Articles, Jfcc. &e. '
Hair IIVCH, Hair Restorer, Fancy Soaps, Shaving 1 Cream. Tooth Powder. Extracts for the
Handkerchief, Italian Whisks, Port ninniiais. Purses, I lav, Coloruro, Itose and
Lavender Waters, Tobacco and Snuff Boxes, Indcllible Ink, A'c.
Black and Green Teas; Rio mid Java Coffee: Molasses, Syrups, Sugar*. Spices, Sc>- Ice.
Salmon, Mackerel, Sardines, A'c.
Pi EM EM BE Li THE £ TORE—SOUTH END OF THE WARD BOUSE!
ToWiimla. February 1, lsoj. 11. I'oIITKH. M. It.
3 NEE W ARRANG EME N T !
Pj] l 1 AT TON cV
Ke .TI'ST Ol'l-IN'MD.
ON TH£-c:RNEt OF C,R:D3£ AND MAIN STREETS,
No. 1, Pattens' Blcclr, Towauda
rpHB sntfM-rtlsrs would respe tfttllv Irfcnn t!n-;r friend riutd thejviMlc t!..-y Inn • funnel:. • part -r-Jiiji
I the D.uff busine-s. and are now n- <-i\inat N • I. in I'attony Sew llri h Block. fr> : i the cite -of I'l.ilaJ,!-
pbia and New York, a large and v 11 lei ted .-loi aoi American, Kictli h and K icli -h
CHEMICALS, DRUGS,MEOrCIKES, GRQCZRiES,
PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, DYE STUFFS,
C\_ TT ALS2w©I? '•S jX.VVj'" A C :
DRESSING COMBS, PERFUMERY, FANCY SOAPS, PORT MONNAES, he.
£ITB.G-ICJI2j IXd'&TS.UASEN T?, and a variety of the most approved Trasses,
Abdominal Supporters, dec., always cn hand.
London Porter and Scotch Ale, and Pure Liquors, for Mcdiciim! purposes.
ALL THE MOST POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES.
Crushes for (lie Hat, Hair. TcHh, Xai's Boots Painting:, Varnishing, V, iiiirwasiiii?. A.r.
The Lovers of (i(jOl) CIOAIIS aml TOJiA CCO, ir iff find a large r •' rfi Jim
im, Vara and I'rinc/pc Cigars, and the fines/ brawls <f Tobacco and Si: ff.
famphfiir—Parlinilar Vtlrntion paid to the Manufacture of B1 uM\fi FLUIL
And a fine assortment t.f 1.. I MI'S, of a!! sizes and descriptions, D.rd Cups. AV a-, and Sad.
All of which is offered f ;• -ate at greatly reduced rates. Our stork Uing hir_e- ami tn-- t!v j -1 fn-m f ?
Importer and at the hwf-t rat<". and wilh ('.t-h, enahles u--■ !! ,c redn e.i , ■ t' :ae-t V
tistaetory to all. \\'e iev ite tin.'atn-ntion of the jmbiic to an e-p in I .. ri-n< -f ■ v \ . ,1s and j-ri i-.-.
Our Motto ti—- run CASH SYSTKM—QI'iI'K SAI.KS- SMAIJ, I'll UT S."
()ur floods are seleeted with the ntii:n-ij are and warranted to he w hat th.-v are r> >-r.—< '• I: i." any sli :!•! pr-W
the contrary, we are n->t only wi"'-,.. 1-tit re-j-.e-t our ■ ustoiners t-> r. tarn tin-m. ~ i tin v - 'lc r .nded.
MR. PAYNE will (thre hi- wpeeial attention to the j>rt jiarution of I'llKilellll'Tii r II be c RnponniW
accurately on the shorn-t notice. -ill !i •!. I' VTTcX.
Towanda..littie 2d, 1 *'•;. l ie.'. All'' I'AYM-
GROCERIES, PRQVISIGIvS,' &C
JI est side of the Public St/mire, ojiposi/c the
Court J fuse.
BAILEY A XEYINS are ju.~t rcc<'ivhi3f a
large addition to their -t >. Fof I'i.n i i<•;: ~. t\ r ,■ * rit -.
Yankee Xotion*. Toys. Fruit. < i.fe.-tinnnry. XoV, \\ 11i • h
will be sold wholesale of retail lor e .-'i. or in < \hatige for
tnost kind- of country produce, at pr.,- tii.it cannot fail
to nB patchMtn. Conau mors or country tedtn vooU
do well to call and examine our st >ck and prices.
Black and Green Tea, llio and Java. Coffee. ("hoe -hit-
Cocoa, Sugar. Molasses, Syrup, (linger, Pepper, Sphv.
Cloves, nutmegs. Mace cinainon. (iroatul .Mustard. I'ep|ier
Sauce. Soda. Saleratus. < 'ream Tartar. Sjicrm and Tallow-
Candles, liar Soap. Vinegar, Starch, Ac.
Flour, Buckwheat Flour, live Flour, Corn Meal, Fecit,
Fork. Mams A Shoulders, M .ckercl. Pinkish, Shad, Fake
Trout, l'ickcled and Sin .hcd Herring Cle esc, Mice. Means,
Onions, l'otatoes, Butter, laird.- Cr.n kers, ,vc. Ac.
Prunes. Citron, Figs, Fug. Currants. Pai-ins, Twm
ons and Oranges, Green audi tried A . ! aid Peaches.
Almonds, Pecan nuts. Frazil nuts, lim ohlc and Madeira
Walnuts, Filberts. Pea nnts, Chestnuts. Hickory nuts, Ac.
German*. French and American Toys, Fancy Goons,
Ac.— Boy.- Sleighs, Tin Wagons, Ciiina, Pewter A Wood
Tea Setts, Ibdls, Trumpets. Tm Guns, Accordians, Har
monicas, Glass, Paper and Wood Inlaid Work Boxes and
Toilet Cases, Toy Bureaus. Secretaries, Ac. Pearl. Ivory.
Fa pier Machc and Feather l'oit .Bunnies Wallets, Pur-c-,
Ivory. Horn and Wood Focket and Toilet Coinhs, Toba
co and Suufl'BONl S. Cigar Ca-c.-, Tooth, Hair and Cloth
Urn-hcs. Fancy Mirrors, Perfumery, Hair Oil. Ac.
Foots Cau, Letter, Commercial Note and Bath Post
Paper. Hnvclopes. Wafers. Sealing Wax. Ink. Inkstands.
Wafer Cups, Sand Boxes. Fenlioldors, Fens, Water scales,
Taiji.e and Dairy Sai.t, Salioa and Bo k Salt and
Cayuga Ground Plaster. BAII.KV A XKVINS.
T'ouaiida, Xoveinher 2(5, Is.",!).
GOODRICH & CO.,
OAV.KGO, X. X.
VBF now in receipt of ami opening the choicest and.
most desirable stock of
Maple and Fancy Dry Good**,
to which they have ever had the pleasure of calling the
attention of the community. Our tuck is very targe, and
selected with great care and a knuwledgcd good taste, and
is particularly adapted to the wants of this and the sur
rounding sections. Our st ck of
Dress floods, Trimmings, Pibbons, Jlmbroider
ies, Pa r a sols, ('laths, Cassimeres, I estings,
J James tics, Shirtings, Livens, Prints,
Hosiery and Shawls, 4 \-r.
and numberless other articles makes our assortment better
than any other in this vicinity, all of which will lie sold
as cheap, and many articles cheaper, than at any other es
tablishment, to ali of which we invite the inspection nf
purchasers, as being in every respect worthy of their at- ;
Those who may favor us with a call may be assured that
no article will be recommended more highly than its me
rit- will admit of.
OH. , .. M.i\ - WW. G. B. GOODRICH A 00.
BOOTS & SHOES—The 1 arirost, best and
cheapest assortment this side of the Fmpirc ('it v may
befvnrf at j< -• TF,A( V A MOOKfc'S. '
nORSE RADDISH, nicely frrntedandput
up ill Bottle- for table u-c. Also Pickles, Fepper
-au •, V' .••cstci'hirr sauce. F. ' u h r >: ?'<-•'• d Mn-trrd,
common M u-lard iu i and by tin lb. at I " "NX.
\r.\r OF ISK AHEOIvD f'OUNTV, from
AI .; M I*l ' 'T'
/i/. m irte under !• ' tin ct ■• f li . ttnt.H- i
snbscriU r w ill publish shortly a Xnw ixntojiraTrJUr
OK BKAWfiIV CIOFXTY. The snrvi j - att no* .a nf?n~-
All the Pahlic IF Mils, II.;; . Is, .- iti Us. 1' -•
Churches, flrbool Houses, Stores, Shops, Mills, PAW
and Public Hones. Ac., are t. be >'. '-vn -m tin* Map.
addition t > the usual t"j-"_ ..phy of Bivcr-.< A*- 1
and Mountains. The nnnu -of the pr •: - rtv !c. ■
orally, including tb >-< in the (V.n.ty w n- 1
advance to the Map, are also t >be Ln-u ted in thfirrci' |
live places. • ,
MAPS OF THF. PRIWIPAI. VILLAGE 1 "0
scale, will be inserted in the m g'u . A ■-'> * •'!'
lie buildings and private lc-itlcn.. ,
Xo more Maps will be pubttehed than snbscima w.
and at only one price. -
The Map will contain sonic I'■ r 1-
engraved and delivered t.- si.lis rii < r- A".
and mounted. W1 I.LI AM J. BABKEB, Pel W
Jlnrth Hector, X. V., May 88, 1556.
GEORGE H. WOOP'S
Dasnrrrean & (Jlass IVlnre ih\\v}<
TX PATTOX'S NKW B! ■
I Brulir** st*., Towund i. i'u. tht* |:l.i • r jf* 1 * -
PUTFHIIS, (nsrally . died A- •' r "ypes.) 1
superior to ali otht r kicds ol . ! 1 '
tion, tIK-y can be seen in • *.y p -.ti i. ai . ' '
in much less time than Dagucrre 'type-, auu ''Y 1 - •
in elondy as clear weather. ■ v.- M
h*Miniatnres put i •t• > l. ' ktt- Bn-a-t
usual. Booms open at ail hoi.- -. Fr : "I"''
Nit it -. Ti KLI 11. Ja
T. CARRIER. ?ro P ri ® to . r ;
rnilK Frnprietcr having re- <-ith lea--c.lt
L familiarly known a- theiH.D ML V- - •
ate in the lower portion of tin - i ' 11 . •• ~ .
pleasure in informing the p.il-li." ! 1 ' nil-®"
thoroughly fitted up. painted, p ipcred. -
rd with good furnitii'c. i:h • !li' hup ■ 1 , j >n
the convenience and accommodation 1
vellers. t . . that fe-J
And further, the proprieb i i.e. -
the i*Nperiem che ha- had in the i ' ''\ U!-V>'" *'"*
sell that he is capable ot'eati ring t • tie " . .J,j, tcra. *
will favor him with tlnir patnuia | '
tion to please the most fastidious at 1 . "•_ ,ttil
The most accommodating as-.-tauts .. w. .
dance. Pleasi .-all anil try us.
Ti wumi.i. May 21. l-'oi. ,
TI M ()T 11Y SEKI >— A (jiian' ity j-,
1_ the .-tore of Je4 1
J. D. HUMPHRY
Is NOW BKCFIVIXG an excellenta-sort j';!^', t o i
boy's, ladies', children's and 1111-- - 1" L ; .D in g-.'
IvS. ANo, Shoe Pegs, Thread. Finnic
which he invites public attention. r note
*3-All per- .lis having unsetthd c - .
the subscriber, are invited to n:. r .
veniont may .all on ('. Fri-bic. h-n- 1 ,!trr v
Orwell, p levioti- to the F'.th "i 1 ,-< ij '• _ -
time ilcliniiuenk- may expect special Ml'H'.U'
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Tow amla. .Taiiuary IX-i.
\ T O EXCUSE FOH U'Al*
JLm If von procure of Ph.
Seutli store in the Ward 11" cc. i„,\vrFK.
THF IXFAFI.IBFI VKASI
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