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Tremendous Fire at Syracuse, N. Y
' Loss about OneJMilliflft of Dollars.
SvFVt fsr, November X.—About 3 o'clock,
tll j< moniin?, the largest fire that has ever
tfil our city broke out in the First Ward,
Vl in the short space of three hours over
!v.< acr s were barnt, and about one hun
in'd huildinaa consumed. The fire originated
' 'We barn back of Grant's hotel, which had
'" lt |icon occupied for two or three jiears. It
'"iiiiirdiatelY connminicated to Grant's hotel,
!!'•. iriol hy Harney Grant, which waaconsum
"i',' 'The loss 011 the building is estimated at
mo The store of Mr. McGnire then
f| ie and was soon burned down—loss
i~U(i The Haines then spread to the new
in',,] magnificent building owned by Messrs.
tterlv A Ford, and soon it was in a mass of
1 'it was occupied by Lynch Brothers,
iiad ist got in an entire new stock of
'i'lie loss on the building will be about
QUO—insured SI4OOO. The Lynches will
ioe about SIO.OO0 —insured S3OOO. A large
, u -iiber of wooden buildings in the rear and
,'uiing block were consumed. The Avery
i, lock, owned by L. (. Averv was entirely
tp.'.eed Lo-s SIO,OO0 —instiranee not as
(je>iru> v 11. * *
■rrtaincd. The bank of Sauna was also con-
SUHU d—loss on the building $6009. All the
Wks and papers of the bank were saved.—
r , p 0> t . llice and Telegraph office were des
•r-.vcti but we learn ti nt all the letters and
, ..'( i- were saved The water at the Keser
i., - was turned off, and. consequently, the liy
.mts were useless. A strong west wind was
blowing at the time and our citizens were coin
to stand and see their property eonsuin
,n;t|, tiotliing to stop its progress. The en
?>,. loss can fall little short of one million of
n liars, and may reach more. Over one hun
fiiiniliis have been rendered homeless.—
fire undoubtedly was the work of an in
Horrible Murder in Massachusetts.
JJ.isToy. Nov. S.— Peter Xanghton and his
u. re brutally murdered in their house, in
I)n llcv. vesterday morning, or the night be
torr, l>v some vil.'iau. Naughton was a re
vi,-s-tah|e man, an Irishman, and had aceurnn
■ d some propertj*. The gentleman for
v. •,!! lit' worked, went to Naugliton's house
at ten o'eloi-k. A. M., to iiiijiii.ie why lie
. not tome to work, as usual ; upon opening
door, he found the man and his wife lying
I v vide on the floor, dead, their bodies lie
•:ir mutilated in a horrible manner, their skulls
i avir-g Ihtii dreadfully fractured, apparently
u li an axe, which was found in the room,
vj t!i the handle broken. The room was eov
-1 wit'i bioo 1, and a chest had been broken
i i wlii. li it is supposed Xanghton had
i, ■ money. An iisfiint, five months old, was
ualiariiied in the bed, in an adjoining
in. This is one of the most shocking nnir
rs ever perpetrated, and as yet no clue to
■tcction of the murderer has been oh
' .if It hardly seems possible that the
_ :y wreteli can escape detection.
ti.-V. (iKARY A SI.AVKIIOI.DKR. —The I'l'O
- •ry course of- Gov. Geary in subduing the
i • Slate men in Kansas, has been a matter
•luprisc to many, but need be no longer.—
:!■■ i< one of those Northern slaveholders—
,i"g and working men.—in the South, who
re the lit tools of Pierce, Buchanan, Wise,
' >oks, Atchison, Stringfeliow, Douglas,
v'i and the Border Ruffians, in making
\ -;- :i slave State. It is no longer a niar
• nit Pro Slavery robbers and murderers go
' v " imwliipt of justice," under Geary's
■ i: listratinn. The Lreompton corresjwnnleut
'* Ctncinn -ft (ruzctte, under date of Oe
>T "Jd, w r.tcs :
Gov. Geary cannot disguise his real senti
or sit on the fence any longer. That
-i n Pro-Slavery man is well known. He
- a large number of negroes in Virginia,
TI- lie lias an extensive iron establishment
rketl by slaves. He told a Free State man
:. Hi,< m lie wished to make a good impression,
w ek, that he meant to sell his slaves in
_:n:a ; but he sought to gain the good
on of the Free State liieli at \\ asiiingto i
•'••re his appointment, by announcing the
1.1 theni. Vet lie still holds the slaves,
i. i.o '.y doubts lo re that he will continue
1 m, aid n- Bii-liumui's election should so
mu'f the price of negroes in Virginia that
.ould find it profitable "to realize."
Kin- The Fitehbnrg Reveiiiepublishes
•tier from one of the Free State prisoner*
Lecuiuptoii, in which the writer says that
do'icl Titus, who has charge of the prisoners
'• 'T ro.i any one his liberty, and n free
"■g to join Gen. Walker in Nicaragua."
■I ■ adds:
bast Monday was election day ; the .Mis
rufli ins came over and voted, as usual ;
militia, who guard us voted twice each,
■' y own it, and own that they are Mis
and do not intend to settle here ; yet
<c fed and clothed by the United States,
y } v;| V they came to wipe out Lawrence.—
1 } ire very ignorant, and a poor looking
' y are i xjitctiug Congress to grant It(l
'"•of laud to them at the next ses-ion, for
j >-r services."
j U'-mmiM: DKATH.— A young man named
aeeidentally killed near Berlin,
r et comity, Pa., on the 31sr ult. He
""a at the steam mill near Berlin, with a
" wagon, and in returning home a man
*' < Stall attempting to pass him with a "t/.y's
"t/.y's horses took fright and ran off.
between the hounds of the wagon,
" 'us head to the ground, and in tins posi
wiis dragged distance of a mile, Imti
'"l "i.nigliiig his head and fitee in ft ter
| " maimer.
TE* D-IXCIXU SCHOOL I'LIJIMKNTKMKM. -
*'• * KN, at the " Valley lioti.se," Siu>
, ''r -1 I'ancing School, ou Thursday Kve.
- The beat Mimic, tlx M "I' Kare. and
_ .' k, 'i j will be provided. Those desirous
" •' ► ni iiuio generally, are invited to alleuil.
. Tcwanda Female Seminary.
.< ■ \ s School will commence on Monday, De
)( I. it, Ih'liiKjiieut Collectors, Dealers
_cui>h/<-, I'.tt/ nt Medicines, Ac., and Keep
.. /"' ■ ' -and I>i-t iileries :
''l•liu'p.erit collectors id tin- County of Brad
c - cs '"-"I. are hereby notified that unless their
I, >! ate and i, unity taxes are settled by the
' r next, the amount due thereou wdl he
j,;; •- l*ri'!,r r officer, f„ r collection. Also, all deal
l! ,'" .'' 'b iit Medicines, Ac., and keepers of
v ' ' ~c-J'ni distilleries, who have not taken tiieir
■1 , Vtke the same by 10th lieeeinUrr
>v h it with a Justice of the |>eaee for
' " ••*' t' the Act ot \sseuioly in such cases
i, K. C. KKI.MXJtI, Treasurer.
U ' SHOES—The largest, best and
• ''ttnient thi- idenfthe KinpircCitv may
J' -■ 1 BAi ) A MOOIIIJ'S. "
BARCLAY COAL—THE BARCLAV
BAIL ROAD AND COAL COMPAN Y have now <>u
hand, and will keep constantly for sale at TOW AND A
a large supply of their coal, at
$3 00 per ton for Black smith Coal, and
$3 50 per ton for Raked Coal.
Apply for coal at Townmla t.. U()RATIO BLACK. Coal
will also be sold at THE MINES at
$2 00 per ton for Blacksmith Coal, and
$2 50 per ton for Raked Cool.
A libera! discount will be made on Miles by the boat load
jJcL_3n. Js.Wi. Kim-U OVERTON, President.
XT MANUEL KROMER respectfully informs
~ P-ihlic that be has commenced BLACKSMiTII
-ING in the new shop next below Ksenwine & fs'eebi h's.
directly opposite O. H. Drake's, main street, where la
in ipejy to receive a share f public patronage. Nova;.
V"OTICE TO ASSESSORS.—The several
d- ' Assessors for ls,">7, will make their returns in the
following order, viz :
Assessors for Ulster. Athens Bnro'., Athens Twp.. South
Creek. Ridghrry and Wells, on Monday. Nov. 24.
for Suiithfield, Springfield, North Towauda, ( oluuihia,
Kylvania Boro' and Towanda Boro', on Tuesday Nov!
For Armenia. Troy twp.. Trov boro', Burlington boro",
Burlington twp. and Crauvflle, on Wednesday. Nov. 2t>.
For Canton, la-Roy", Franklin, Monroe twpT, Monroe
boro', Overton, Albany and Towanda twp., mi Nov 27.
1- or \\ ilmot. Asyluin. Dureil, Tuscaroni, t\"valosing, Bike,
Warren and Windham, on Friduv. Nov. 2*.
For Standing St me. Derrick. Oiwell, Rome. LitchOeld,
Slicsliequin and Wvsox, on Saturday. Nov. 2d.
The Assessors will 1 • imnctual in making their returns
on the day designated in their Warrants, as on the 2d
day ot Dec., the returns of tlu- census hv them taken
must l>e sent by the. county court t > tlie Governor of the
Commonwealth. The Assessor- will also he curetul in
tooting the assessments and carrying each person's val
uation into tlie right hand column.
By order of the Oiii'rs. K. M. FARRAR, C'lerk.
Com'rs Office. Oct. 2"i, Ha 6.
VWHERLL'FS SALE. —By virtue of suntlrv
kJ writs of vend, exponas, issued out of the Court of
Common Pleas of Bradford County, to me directed, 1 shall
expose to public sale at the Court House in the borough
ut Towanda. on Monday, D 1 it KMBKB Ist, at I o'clock.
P. M., the following descrilted lot piece or jwrct I of land
situate in Orwell township, hounded north bv lind- of
Kdwiu Taylor, east by lands of Harry Parks," south bv
the Ridge R 'jd, and west by the tv tract, emit lining
about -eveuty-three acres more or less, about fifteen acre's
ALSO—One other lot piece or parcel of land situate in
Orwell twp.. bounded north, east and we-t bv lands of
Silas Allis, and south by the public road, containing about
one acre more or less, all improved, with a framed liou.-e,
a framed blacksmith shop and a few fruit trees flu-rcon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit Mver A
Spalding now t • the use of M. J. Coolbaugh vs. Ezra R.
Allis. Also at the suit of if. J. Madiil, executor of A.
M;aii!l, dee'd. vs. K. I!. Allis.
ALSO The following lot piece or panel of land situate
in Honi'- twp., h-mndednorth by land of Waiter lloagland.
east by land <>f John nonahoe, stiutii by land of Michael
Coughney and west hy lands of John Sullivan, containing
aboet eighty-four acres more or le>-. about tliirtv ai res
improved, one log house, one framed barn and orchard of
fruit trees thereon.
Si i/.ed and taken in execution at the suit of 11. J. Ma
dill. dee'd. vs. John < r-iwley. 1-t.
AlJsO—The following described lot jdece or parcel of
land situate in Athens borough, bounded as follows : lb
ginning at the south corner of Win. Kills lot, on the west
siiie of Main street in the borough of Athens aforesaid ;
thence south along -aid street, seven and P 10 lu rches to
the math corner of ah i formerly owned by Nathaniel
('la.pt>. " I,w owned by John E. Uanfiehl ; thence westerly
along the north line of said Uantield lot 'to the northwest
comer, and to land of the heirs of Gen. Henry Wells,deo'd.;
thence northerly along the east line of said land of said
Wells' heirs to the south we-t corner of a lot owned and
occupied by Win. Kill; thence east along the line of said
Kill's lot to the public stnrt and to the piyce of begin
ning, containing about three-fourths of an acre more or
less, all improved, with a three story framed Tavern
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of C. N. Shi[>-
man vs. Waller Olmsted.
ALSO. Tiic following described lot piece or parcel of
land situate in Pike twp. houn ed on the north by lands
of David Bl.n kman, east by lands of John and Warren
Ayrcs, south by 1-aac Ford, and west by Abel Moore,
containing nut hundred and sixteen acres more or less
about ninety acres imoroved, two frann <1 dw Ring houses
a framed barn with sheds attached, a cidrr mill and thru
apple -wi hards and other Irait trees thereon.
Sr-;/.td and taken in exccutioi at the suit of ( harles F.
Wells vs. John Ford. jr.
ALSO—The following described lot piece or parcel of
laud situate in I-ranklin twp. bounded on the north 1 v
the public highwav, eat by land of J. ('. Ridgway, sontli
by J. L. Rockwell, west by J. L. 11m-kwell and Tinv.snda
( reek, containing three aeres more or less, all iinpr ved
two trained houses one framed l.arn and saw mil!thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Rogers
Fowler to the uso of William Darling v*. David K. Calitt
and James P. llurutiam.
ALSO—The following described lot |>ieee or parcel of
laud situate in Derrick twp. bounded on the north by land
of Owen Dougherty, east by John M Valuta, south bv
Edwin Sill and we-t by laud of Charles Si Ii and Amelia
E. In.ipuut. containing on< hundred and nine acres more
or le-s. about forty acres improved, a log and plank house
a framed barn and trained corn house and work shop and
an orchard of fruit trees thereon.
ALSO One other lit piece or parrel of land situate in
i derrick twp. bounded north by land of Joseph Sill, east
, by Zebedee Angle, south by John Lackey and we-t bv
I lands of Amelia E. Ihipnnt. containing one hundred and
i twenty-one acres more or le-s, about forty acres improved
a framed house and framed barn and bed-tend faitory
and an orchard of fruit itcC' there n.
| Seized and taken in execution t the suit of 11. J. Ma.
dill. Extent"] ot A. M.ubll dee d. Vs. Gc >. Sill, jfclwiu Sill
| Butler Sill and Joseph Sill.
A !SO The following lot pieee or parcel of land situate
in Wy x twp. bounded on tin* north by lands of Lyman
Frtituball and Bcrtrand Whitney, ca thy land-of Joshua
Lamphorc and Joseph t 'liklin and ive-t by Joseph Couk
lin ami Pomcruy Gastine jr., cont.i;,iiig about ti,t\ nine
acres and tim e fourths of an acre more or less, .iboot
forty-four aeres improved with one lug hou-e framed baili
and an orchard of trait trees there. Hl.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of l-f. J. Mad 1
E.u -utnr of A. Madiil, ilec'd. Vs. William Carl.
ALSO The following described lot piece or parrel of
lain! situate in Wysox twp. boundid north by Nathaniel
Parks and George Lenox, east bv Thomas Union, .south
hy .John Lenox and George i.enox. and west by Ji-hu
Lenox, containing forty acres more or less, about te : aercs
improved and c. framed house therein.
S-izr d and taken in execution at the snit of H. J. Madiil
Execut.nr of A. Madiil dee'd. vs. William Parks.
ALSO—'The following described lot piece or pari < i of
I ind situ ciu St. n ling Stone twp. bounded north bv
lauds of George and Myron V.iune-t. east by George Van
in.-t. s-mth In the SUSIHH hauiia River and we-t by lands
of Alexander Ennis ano Levi Eunls. eioitafntog foity-five
aeres more or le-s. all improved a framed house a trained
barn and an or hard of trait tree-thereon.
Seized and taken iu execution at the suit of 11. J. Madiil
Executor of A. Madiil dee'd. v-. 1-aac H. Vanucst.
ALSO—The deleud uits interest in the following des
cribed lit piece or parcel of land situate In Burlington tp.
boi ii h.d on the north by land of D. SipcrHiid< tuers, east
!>y V.. I. nc, o ith by lands of L. M. Ruudall and w - t by
lands of B. Denton and others, containing forty-nine a .res
thii tv-nine per-he- 1 o the -ame more or less.
Seized and taken iii execution at the suit of J. E. Wood
ruff V-. S. S. ("noliy.
ALSO—The following described lit pie e or parcel "f
1 ind situats >n Stand in-' Stone 111 <1 Wynhisingtwps. bound
el north b\ lands of Y i am Griffiaaud <!>>' is i-p r c ,
east bv lands o: I sane Middingli, snath by the S ;sip;e
h.inna River and west by lands of E. W. Itafrd. containing
atiout one huiirir -d and thirty acres nmie or le—, a'saut
thirty acr -a.iiupr wed. with a framed house, a framed
b.irn two small slio • sit >[>s and a few fruit trees there in.
Seized and taken in cxeeution at t!ie snit of 11. J. Madiil
Executor of A. M-nlill dee'd. \s. L. L. Washbu M.
ALSO— The following lot piece or parrel<>f land situate
n S'le-lieipiin twp. bounded f,r > the north aed west by
ands of Jeremiah I i me: , sou ha d east by 1n ' -of John
M Malum, centa'nin r about twelve acres more r less,
about two acn-s improved one framed hma ■ and small • r
Seized and taken i execution at the suit of Joseph
Powell vs. Augustus (Yinrey.
ALSO—The following ilescril>ed lot niece or parcel of
laud s tu.ite iu Pike twp. hounded north by hiiuls of Tliad
deus Fields, east by the public highway, south and we-t
hy Charles R. Brown, containing tnree acres more or less.
ALSO—One other certain lot piece or par-el o. land
situate in Pike twp. boundid north by laud- ut J. R-
Fletcher, east by the public highway, leading through the
village of 1.. Uaysviile. and south and west by lands late
of Wm. Johitsoii. dee'd., containing ninety eight square
perches more r less, all iiupr >veil with a trained dwelling
house iiiul barn and some fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of I). Bailey
A S >n vs. Leander Books.
AliKO - By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, the follow
ing described !'>t piece or parcel ol laud situate iu Gran
ville twp. bounded as follows : Beginning at a hemlock
S. E. timer of a lot originally contracted to Tic'inus
Bailey Jr., thence north eiglitv-tive pen-hes to a post N.
E. corner of said H tiley's lot then e eu-t !>. r > perches to
the west line of lot No. 133 ; thence we-t !>." | er ln-s to
the liegiuning, containing 3d acres and sevci.tv-live pcr
> he- strict nu asiire, from the south end of lot No. Ft'i <>n
w irrant lot No. 1173, about 3 > acres improved, with iie
log and framed house attached, thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Stephen
Fierce vs. Barnabas Vronian and Lewis Pratt tern- tenant.
JOHN A. CODDING, Sheriff.
Sheriff*s Office. (
Towanda, Nov. ti 1830. j"
tter Notice i- hereby given that an amount equal to the
costs, will l' required to Is- paid upon each sale wlieu
struck down to the bidder, and upon a failure to comply
with tbi- regulation, the tract ot land w >ll again Is- offer
id lor sale. JOHN At onuiMi.
TOWANDA HARDWARE, CUTLERY
IRON AND STOVE STORE.
SB HALL A RUSSLLL
" V M holc-ale- and Retail Dealers
Ffl F 'H Hardware and Stoves. Iron
JT (A If-! (A A Nails. Sash. Glass, pgint-
YI and Oils, HOUSE Trimming-' —
hiA.TnBII a " kind-of Carriage trininiings.
!!y!.alSra nl Laces. Carrisgr
Sttlkey anii Seat , C'ar
and Circular Saws. Blacksmith
\ Tool-. Bellows, Anvils, Vices,
Axes. Broad, Narrow, Lath ami? Hand Hatchets—Cable.
Log, Trace and Ilaltr Cclnins, Crowi,ars, Picks, Shovels
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY- -Shears and Scis
sors, Edge Tools of all kinds. Brass and Enameled Kettles,
Shovel imdjTingni's. Spoons and Ladles. Tubs and P; ifs,
Mops.aiid Washboards, and all other kind- of house-keep
In the HARDWARE line. Brass, -Brittanin, Jnppaned
am! Plain Tin Ware, single or in setts. Bar. Band, Scroll
and Hoop Iron. Steel of all kinds. Nail Rods, Ac. Pinups,
Lead Pipe ami nil the necessary fixtures for water w ales.
Patent. Stretched Leather Belting ami String Leather.'
and 10,(100 other articles too numerous to mention, that
we are now receiving direct from the hands of manufac
turers and Importers, including tEe" largest assortment
and greatest variety of
Coal ami Wood Cooking. Coal and Wood Parlor. Dining-
I: 10111. six Plate ami Cylinder, ever fir night iut > Northern
Pennsylvania or Southern New York; all of which we
are now prepared to -i ll at whole-ale or retail, at as l'w
rates, and on as good TERMS as can be found this side of
New-A'ork. from the fact that all our good- were bought ,
of first hands and in full packages and large quantities, J
that gives us mi advantage over small r par hi-ers audi
Dry Goods dealers, that wiil enable us to sell from 5 to j
13 per cent, less than any of tliein. which advantage we !
shall offer to anv who will favor us with a call before pur
A large quantity of Tin ware. Stove Pipe and Elbows
always oil hand, wholesale and retail. All kind- of Job
Work done to order, on short notice and warranted.
D-i.i't mistake the place to buy STOVES and II\RD
WARK cheap-—"tie door Smth of Pox's, ami nearlv op
posite Tracy A* Moore - '-, Main street, in the new iVood
Building, lettered atl vrir.
Grain and Country Produce, old Iron. Brass. Britt.ania
and Copper. Dried Fruit of all kimls, Fathers and Bees
wax wanted for goods.
in,ooo Sheep Pelts wanted, for which the highest price
in CASH will be paid.
P. ('. H A LL. C. K. RUSSELL.
Towanda, Oct, 23, Hoi;.
X FA\ r K A T.lz
I> KINGSHKKY & SON, Hetr leave to
1 >'llll the attention of their friends and customers, as ,
well a- all others wi.-hing to buy Goods Ciu-ap. to their
well selected stock of Foreign and Domestic DRY-GOODS,
consisting or a great variety of
Zi2IDX22S DRESS GOODS
Silks, Shawls, Pjmnicttas, French Merinos. Cashmere, j
Wool Plaid-. Wool DeLuincs. Are. Al-o, a Choh e stdec
tion of Merimac, Clioeeco and other styles of fast colored i
A large and complete assortment of Yankee Notions,
Hosiery, Gloves. Die-- Trimmings, White Goods, Ac.
Denims, Ticks, Drills, Linens. Cambrics, Bleached and
Brown Sheeting, Cotton Yarn, Wi- k. Butts, Twine, Car
pet Warp. Ac.
In addition to the above articles, there will always be
found a lit!! a ,-ortineiit of GROCERIES. Crockery ami
Glass Ware : B mts and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Nails, Fish.
Paints, Tubs, Matt. Ac.
Returning Individually our thanks for pa-t patronage,
we would Ms a firm, respectfully ask the attcnti >n of fnir
old cu.-ti-uiers and the public getu-r illy. t-> uu inspection
of our extensive New Pall and Winter Stock.
Towanda, "Sept. 10, 185 ft,
IT HE Ktihsf-rilior continues to carry on the
Foundry huanvss iu Towatidu, and is prepared t<
do all kinds of work in his line on short notice ami in a
workmanlike maimer, lie will keep on hand or make to
order Plows, Stoves, Mill Irons, Sleigh Shoes, Wagon
Boxes, and any article of cast iron that ma> be required.
Turning and fitting up work will lie d im- on short notice
ami OH ruasoiiatde terms. Persons wi-hing to ) >ER chase
Stoves of any kind will fiml it much to their mlv lutuge i
t<> liny at the Foundry, as they <an lie repaired lunch
■•he lper. Phase call and ex mint-hefort; purchasing else
where. Old east iron ami Grain taken in payment.—
Don't mistake the plain -<>ne ib>r ca-t it Mer i.i - Bi-a k
Ki' 1 would also say to those having ucc.nmits stand
ing over six mouths, that tliey mg-t be settled without
delay, and those having notes that are dt e u ill do well to
pav up ami save cost. JOHN CARM VN,
T- wamla. 0 t. 22, 183 ft.
A IA&IAXVI FOE. SALE
[N Ridgl.cry town-hip, about half a mile from the pub
lic house of B. F. Buck, containing about one hundred
acres, sixty acres improved, of which is bott. m land with
a comfortable log house and frame barn. Enquire f the
subscriber upon the premises. M. CHAMBERLAIN.
. October 22. Haft.
DLL DMAS. M 1 RIUNKIL. I'J/YSlfl. IA"
,y SI'RGEOX, offer- his professional st-rvi- -is to
riit- inhabitants of Towanda and viciuiiv. Oili- e and res
idence in the dwelling recently occupied 1 J- 11. BOOTH,
!■:-■,.. one door north oi the Episcopal Church, oil Maine
qxjrrc uhsi-iiber is now iceeiving a largest- kof FALL
I mid WINTER GtiilDS, wl .li lie re periiuily iiivites
the public t i examine. JDSEPIi K INGSBUlt'i*.
Towanda, Gctnlwr •>. Hit*.
ns. MURGT'R is now rennvittg ti lurtrc
• Sto k oi KALI, GOODS, to Which the attention of
the public l- reque-Utl.
T>W n 11. Sept. 1;. 15ft.
GEORGE H. WOOD'S
Ihiuiicrroßii k (ilass Piclure Galiory,
IN PAT'FoN'S NEW BLOCK. Corner of Main and
I Bridge sts., Towanda. Pa., is the place to get GLASS
Pit TUBES, (usually called Aiubrotypes.) They arc far
superior to ail Other kinds oi pictures. Having no reflee
tiou, they can be seen in ai>_\ position, anil can (>e taken
in much less time than Daguerreotypes, and equally well
in cloudy as clear weather.
M~Miniuturcs put into Lockets. Breast pins, Ac., as
usual. Rooms open at aii hours. Pictures put up on slant j
notice. Townmla. Jant.ury 22. lfifi
Pianos, Harmoniiuns, Melodeons dec.
IKYI WKLI.S, dealer in Musieal liistrn-I
J limits, may for a time be found first door south-of
Dr. PRATT'S, on Second street, Towanda. where he will
lie happy to receive orders for any of the above named
instruments, which lie will deliver for cash or approved
credit at the lowest, retail prices of Nt iv York city. He
would call particular attention ti the Organ Harmonium,
of late so celebrated for Church use, being considered
preferable to, and less expeu-ive, than good Organs.—•
Price, r l.'jit ; Melodious from sl3 to $201).
Every instrument fully warranted. Melodeons tuned
mid repaired on reasonable terms.
Reference.-—K. E. CULT, Principal of Collegiate lusti- ]
ute. and Dr. S. I'it ATT.
GOODRICH * CO.,
OAVE'GO, X. Y.
VRE now in receipt of and opening the choicest and
most desirable st >ck of
Staple and Fancy I>ry Goods,
t > which they have ever had the pleasure of ealling the
attention ot the community. Our rtqj-k is very large, and
selected with gre.it care and
is piirticularlv adapted to the wiiots of this and tile sur
rounding sections. Ourst ck oi
Dress (foods, Trimmings, Ribbons, Embroider
ies Bar;sals, Cloths, Cassimeres, I fslings, _
Domestics, Shirtings, Linens, Prints,
Hosiery and Shauds, cj-f. t^r.
and numberless other art it les makes our as-ortmeiit lietter
than any other ill this vicinity, all of which will Le sold
as cheap, and many articles cheaper, than at any other es
tablishment, to all of which we invite the inspection of
purchasers, as being in every respect worthy of their at
Those who may favor us with a rail may he assured that
no article will lie' recommended more highly than its me
rits w ill admit of.
(Iwego. May 8 185 ft. G- B- GODDRR II A (O.
HARDWARE, IKON, NAILS, &C~-
. A large additional-to. k of Comtunu and Saddlery
Hard -1 aie, .loiiw r's Tools. I arriagf Trimmings. Iron .Steel
and Nails, just received by If. h. MEKCIR.
TO TBS PUBLIC.
IN* consideration theriiheaiii patronage with which wi
lieve Iwwn fawireU sia<# w wmimik'M busine— in
this place, we tender to the citizens ol Towanda and -ur
rounding country our sincere thanks, arid hope by selling
it prices SURPRISINGLY LOW, to make it profitable t<
all who may favor us with a call.
We are re olved to keep pace with the progressive spirit
of the age in which we live, by oUeriug for salo
Goods of the Xiatest Syles,
at prices tliat actually alarm the proprietors of old-fash
ioned Stores ; they being schooled in the high-price prin
cipled or rather iu the prices of old times—will not lowti
their demands ; hut. in a very happy manner, warn theii
custouit r- not to meddle w itli the (iootls at the Net*' Store
(at the same tfme exhibiting much conceru lor their wel
fare,) for they know that none hut damaged Uouds can
be sold so very low.
We do not intend to sell damaged Goods, but if any
prove t • bo so, or, are not what we represent them to lie.
return them and receive the money, paid for tliern. Wc
now oiler our EX TIRE SUMMER STOCK A'l
UTILE LOWER I'RICES THAN EVER.
Some of our Dress Goods, our reiimiuiug stock of Bon
nets and Bonnet.Trimmings we will sell at COST.
We have a tine 1 it of rihmvts, Mantillas-, Window Dra
pery, Silks, Embroideries, Needle-Worked Kdgingand lu
serting, Ac., Ac.
We ase prepared to send for any article in our line that
we have not on hand. Our assortment of
RE A D Y-M Ai> E CLOTIIIX G,
is complete—cannot lie surpassed by any other establish
inent iu Northern Pennsylvania. Call and examine our
Goods—.eeiug is believing.
G! TTEXUERG, BOSKNBAUM A CO.
Towanda, July is, L.s.'fo.
i:7 T. i ox
IS now recoivituf a fine stock of GROCE
RILS and I'ROVISIONS which will he sold at tiie
very 1 ovist price. lie is also anxious to buy for CASH
any quantity ol Butter, Egg-. Lard and good Wheat, at
the highest market price. \\ ill tiio-c \rlio want to buy
or who liave produce to sell please give liim a call ?
\ NEW STOCK OF TEAS, warranted as
a A. usual to g.ve satisfaction, or the money returned.
Also, Sugar. Coffee, Molasses, ami in fact most every
thing in the Grocery line, for -ale cheap at FOX'S. I
nRIED PEACHES, ft few very nice ones,
also Dried Berries at " FOX'S
/ 1 ANDRES, both Sperm ntul Tallow by the
\J box or pound. at FOX'S.
of different qitalKics, Corn Meal,
Bran and Chop. Also some very extra Family
Flour warranted of superior quality for sale at FOX'S. " .
MESS POBK. Cheese, Hams, Lard, Brooms,'
. and an awwiKmentof Wooden Ware at FOX'S.
'v( W I BUSHELS good Potatoes wanted
)" " * immediately at FOX'S.
I^X TRACTS for flavoring, for sale cheap
J at Fox's.
tIRESH PKA( 'II ES and Tomatoes, rn cans,
warranted perfectly fresh at FOX'S.
ORANGES, T jcinons, Nuts, Figs, Raisins,
Ilruties, Dates, Citron, and other fruit in their sea
son at FOX'S.
\\"IIITE PISH, in barrels, half barrels and
H by the pound, at myi4 FOX'S.
MACKINAW TROUT—Some very line
ones iii half barrels, ahso Mackerel in half and quar
ter barrels, at jls FOX S.
(TANDY— A large stock always on hand
J and sold at wholesale at pedlars' prices at FiiX'S.
TONS SI (JARS—Brown, Refined, Row
* * dered, Crushed and 11 nuinlatcd ; Molasses, Syrup, Rio
and Java Codec, di e. S.ih rutus. (linger. Sperm Candles,
Rice. Tobacco—iu tact a general variety of Groceries, for
sale cheap at juneU * FOX'S.
Rice, Corn-starch, Rico flour,
1- Carragen, Maearona. Verm a cilia. Sagochee-e and
Kpie Of at FGX'S. : flt'i A
RICES, ot nil kinds, both white and ground
k —Mustard, black anil white, whole and ground, at
Octol-rr '.l. FOX'S.
SO T ; dt SHOES dt LEATHER.
I D. Til MR' f ]• is just receiving a ger
•I • iii-ral assort ,OoTS A SHOES, suitable for
the spring trad
Also,an ex client assortment of LEATHER, comprising
lsn sides Sole Leather, hit sides t'ppcr. SWCair Skin-,
togi tin r with a general -UKd of Kipps, Linings A Find
bigs. Tofrafitlitf Aj rtt 3, is,*,.;,
LMSII.—No. 1 and 1 Mackerel and Codfish,
* at mayV* >1 Lib Clt s.
TATOOL CASH PAID FOR WOOL,
* * :it M. I Si L()U< >N S clothing Store, one door
South of Merciir's htoid, Towamla. May 20, W>ti.
A GENERAL Boots
A 1 A .Shoes and Findings now receiving at
Aug. 22. 1858, , 111 MPHRKY'S.
COLli EEA TiI EU. — Just receiving an c.\-
cellent lot of superior SOLE LEATHER, to which
public attention is respectfully invited.
Nov. 2, Is.-.-,. * J. D. lIi'MI'HREV.
NEW SDH INC GOODS,
Ts T lcW TVTTI^SI.
BKIN'GSr.L'RV A SOX beg leave to eall tbe atten
• t ion of lie ir friends and customers, as well as nil oth
i I-. isitli .b iv iml Gentile, wishing to Ihiv Goods ('HE AD.
to their well selected toek of FOREIGN AXD RO
ME ST/C J)RY <I(UIJ)S. consisting a e t , ~t \aricty
ol I.wlits I'rts* (lauds. Silks. Shawls. /I I.ail.rs. ( bul
lies. Range*. ( baiuttraij*. Eaton*. R rill I ante*. tie., etc.
Also, a choice -eh- tain of Mcrriiuac, Cliocheco, and
other styles of fast-colored Prints.
A large and complete assortment of Yankee Notions,
Hosier*/. (ifores. Rrr*t Trihimings, White (Itiods, Urn
ims, Tick*, Drills, f.inrns, Cambric*. Rteirhed and Rmicn
Shrrting*. Cotton Yarn, Wick, Rails, Twine, Carpet
Warp. tf-r.. $-r.
In addition to the above articles-, there will always Lo
found a full ussorim*" , of GROCERIES. Crockery and
Glass-ware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Cans, Nails,"Fisli,
Pail-. Tubs. Mstts, A-r.
Tbe undersigned fed a pleasure in inviting the public
to an examination of their Spring stock, believing that
good Goods and low prices will insure a speedy sab' tor
i' ldypav. B. KIN'GSIiI 1(V A SOX.
Towamlu, April 11, Issfs.
Watches, Jewe.ry and Faucy Goods.
V.M. WA RN Ell has just received a large
• and splendid assortment of WATCHES, .IKWKI,-
RY A FAN'C'i (iOGDs. which arc offered for .sale on the
lowest trrius. ('all at Warner's, Main st. above Bridge.
Towanda, July 8, ls.ic.
NEW SPRING GOODS!
r |MIE snb-cribcr calls attention r.f tlip pub
1 lie to his SPRING ST(H'K OF GOODS comprising
Die usual variety, aiid which will be sold at the !• west
possible rates for cash. O. 1). BAI'YLETT.
Towanda. April 21. Is In.
Another Large Arrival of
NEW SPRING GOODS!
HS. MKRPI'R D now receiving flit: largest, 1 est as
. sorted, and most desirable stork of Goods that lias
yet been offered iu Towanda. Consisting of i-vei v variety
of SAI'RE A A / > FANCY I)R F HOODS, Hardware.
('r or ten/ onri (rh;.<:; ir/ire, lieitf* and S/,trs.
J[(• p*. Shiair (,'uuih, Carjwts, .Ilot
ting*, It in den-tr ire, (rrvrrries, Paints,
J! tnilcrr-filtitd. Oils, Xaih, Tron,
S/rrl, Pi*/,, Leather, Ac. Ac.
which will lie sold at wholesale or retail at very low pri
ces. The public arc very respectfully requested to exam
ine the Stock.
Towanda, Apr'l24, lriML
Lawns, Ehallis, Bareges, Ac.
TTIK finest assort incut in town of French and
I American Lawns, French. Scot li and American
Giughauis, ( iu.ili-, Bareges, Brilliants and Prints at
April :ht, Isoi;. MriibTU S.
II NSEED, Lonip, Tanners', and Ncatsfoot,
J Gils, Alcoliol, t aiuphiiie and Burning Fluid for sale
by If. S. MERGFR.
/ IROCK Ell V A* GLASS-WARE.—A large
' ami hrmitiful assort riHsit of Crockery and Glipesw.n e,
ftt reeeiviil tiy mayl2 If. S. MKRi DR.
MRS. MASON lias removed her Millinery
esfaliiLshnieiit to one door south of H. Kingsbury A
So.i'.s Store, (formerly ( iuiinberlin's Jewelry Store) where
she has opened a large a-sort ment of M! LLLVERY GOODS
She invites the ladies t i call and examine her Stock.
Towanda, October 22, Is.u',.
/ UJT.TI VATOR TEETH AND CORX
' SHELLt'FS, i H-0.-ieby H. S. MLUC'I K.
ADMIN'RS. NOTICE.—AII persons in
AJI debteii to tae estate of WW. Ml llltS. dc. uu-c
late of ATHENS township, are hereby liolilied to urnk>
payment without delay, and all person- having demands
against mi id csuitc Hit" requested to more lit them duly nu
tbeutieated for scttiement. SAitAli MYERS,
July 1-s, Aciiuistrutnx.
OUR HANS' COURT SALE—By virlm
Of an order of tbe Orphans' Coiut of Bradford cotin
tv. will be exposed to public sale on the premises, <>i
Saturday tlie I,'tli day of November next, at 1 o'clock,P.
M., the toll jxving property—
A eeitaiin me.snuage, pci.-e or fiarcel of land situate ii
Golumbia Township, bounded and described as follows
On tiie east l.j iai.tls beionguig to Win. Mosber. on tin
south by lands Let'-nging to Win. Si-ontOn, oil the west b
lautln beioiigims lo Wm. Bradford, and oa the north tj
lands belonging to ffarrison Bixbv, loiitainiug aboct c'
acres of land be the same inoN or less. Fiitegu acres <1
the sout'.i cud of v. hich \\ ill be sold.
I jite tbe e-tate of Lemuel Mrusher. Terms made knowi
on ilav of sale.
September 30, 185 H. Administratrix.
LMXECCTDR'S NOTICE.— Notice is lien
1J by given Tiit all persons iudetited to the e-tiite ol
ALVIN LOOM'S deceased, late of TROY town-hip
to make immediate payment, mid all jiersims having dt
niaild- against -and estate, will presejit them duly itutheu
ticated for settlement.
EZRA LOOM IS.
October 8, l-."C. Exccutonf
NOTICE.—Notkc is l.crc-
I i by given, that all persons imlebtc-d to the estate ot
JOHN H ARRY I'HitlS'fi H'H ER EVKBU ARTd'cil.hite o
Ridgbery. are reipie<led to i/akepayment witiiout-dchiy:
th'-e having demand-ag.iin-tsaid otate will present the is
duly antlienticjited for setUcment.
Sept. 10, I-o'i. KINNEY DiAViTT, Executor.
A A is hereby given, that all peismis indebted to thee.v
tate ol Edinuiid.Saunder-., ilec'd. late of Pike tp, are ic
qin-sted to make payment without delay ; and all person*
having claims u iin.-t said estate, must present tlieiuduly
authenticated for .-.ettlement, to the sub.-cribcrs.
CH ANDLER BIX BY,
Administrator, with the Will annexed.
A D.MIMSTRATUIN NOTICE.—NotTcc
il is hi rehy given, tiuit all persons indchted to the es
t.ito of WARREN WILLIAMS, deed, late of Dike
twp. arc- hereby requested to luuke payment without de
11\; ami all pi-r.-mis having claim- again.-t said estate will
please present them duly autheutieatcd for settlement.
Oct. 21 185 G. Admiuistrutrix.
OHRHANS' COURT SALE--By virtu,
of un order of the Orphans' Court of Bradford coun
ty. the undersigned Executrix of Richard Vargasoii de
ceased, ail! offer at public sale on the premises, on SAT-
I'RDAY Novembel l.i, ls.')(>, at 2 o'clck, I'. M., a part of
the farm late ol said deceased r it nate iu Duroll twp.. Ihjiiuu
ed on the south by land of Robert lfdll on tiie cast by land
of John V*. Benjamin and o.i the north and west by the
remaining parts of said farm, containing !•*> acres and al
io.unices. Terms made known on the day ot sale.
*SARAII VARGASO.Y, Executrix.
ORRIIANB' COURT SALE.- —By virtue
of an order of the Orphans' Court of Bradford eotin
tv, will be exposed to public sale on the premises, on
SATDRI>AY November 8, isin, at 1 o'clock, P. M., a
certain messuage piece or parcel of laml situate in Colimi
bia twp., botiadcil and described as follows: Beginning
at a beecli sa;iliiiL r . the northeast corner; thence north
iiJ°, we t 7s perches to a stake and atones ; thence north
27° casl 22U perelies to a post, on the hue of Allen S. Par
sons' : thence north ('>2° i ast 7* perches to a post: thence
-oiith 27 d west 220 perches to the place ol beginning, con
taming 112 and 20 perches of land be tbe same more or
lc>-. Late tie i -tate ol David S. W(Ukins, deceased.
Terms made known on day of sale.
WM. B. IVATKIXS. Administrator.
October 1,1 "01.
FREGISTER'S NOTICES.—-Notice tslicre*
V by- given that there have hcen tiled and settled in
tin- nllice of the Re ; . i -ter of Wills, in an J for the c< unty of
Bradford, accounts of admini -tration upon the following
estates, viz :
Parti..! account of J. li. Webla r admi'r. of Minerva
Webber late of Franklin, dee'd.
Final account ot Gyrus Shuuiway, adrn'r. of Isaac lto
selicrauc* late of Asj iiun, dec d.
Final a. count of J dm Vandyke adm'r. of Henry Gage,
late of Canton, dee d.
Final account of J. ]?. Smith and.). L. Rockwell adui'r-.
of John J. Warb rd h.le of Monroe, dee d.
P.-.itial a- -milt of'Wui. Carnier executor of Mary far
mer. late ol Litchfield, dee'd.
Final account of Calvin West, executor of Wm. Decker,
bite of Ri nit li l'reek, dee'd.
Final a.-count I'. E. Maymird adm'r. of Nathan Mav
narii, lute of Rome, dee'd.
Final account >f W. A- J. W. Gray adm'rs. of Oliver
s. (,niv. late of lierrick. dee'd.
Partial account of A. W. A leer and <tri Hamilton ex
i editor ol .1 i ojili Hauiiltou. l-'te of Orwell, dee'd.
1 iual aecouiit of Samuel J. Adams adm'r. oj Ransom P.
Ail un-. lab of Smitlitb ld. dee'd.
Final account ~f John Sal<bury and C. It. CampbeU,
idmini-trat' Ts of Beriah l'ratt late of Troy, ileeea-ed.
Final aecoant of Chester Williams, executor of Caleb
' Williams, late of Troy, deceased.
And tin -aim will U- presented to tbe Orphan's Court
of Bradford County, on M 'ndav. the Ist day of December
next for coulmnutfon a?id allowance.
JAMES H. WEBB. Register.
Register's Ofice, Towanda, Get. 27. Ibak.
\ DM INISTUATOR'S NOTICE—N otitc
! A A is herehr given, that all persons iudei ted to the es
tate of Luther Chaffee deceased, late u of Orwell twp.,
are hereby requested to make payment without delay:
and all person- having claims against said estate will
pleasejpresent them duly authenticated for settlement.
C. G. (RIDLEY,
Oct. 27, 185fi. Administi-ator.
ia'XKCUTOU'S NOTICE.- —Notice is liere?
A l.y given that letters testamentary upon the c tate
nt Daiiil Miller, dee'd., late of Albany twp.. have lieeu
granted to the subscriber. All pets-ms iudebte-d t > said
c-tate are hen byte pleated to make immediate payment,
and those having any claim- upon said estate to present
them dulv attested for settlement.
D ANIEL F. MfLT.ER,
Oct. 2,7,1870. Executor*
i D.MIMSTi: ATOR'S NOTD'K. Notice
t\ i- hereby given, that all persons indebted t ) the t
tate ofPhihtuder M.H isley.de 'd, late ofS; riugtiehl twp.
are lu-reliy requested to make payment' without de
lay; ami all persons having claim- uaaiiist -aid estate will
please present tinm duly autia-utie-ited for settlement.
Oct. 25,1X56. IIFLDAII IiOFLLY. Admiui-tiati ix.
V EDITOR'S NOTICE.—IfIii Da sen, Jap;
grr 4- (10. vs. Ilirmn Ernst Iu the court qf Gmniuou
Pleas of Bradford Co. No. 2 10 Dee, Term, is7(i.
The uudei signed Auditor nppoiuted by said Court, to
disti-iliiiie the funds rai-ed by Fhei iff sale of defendant's
real e-tate, will attend t 1 tiie duties assigned him at his
iiflicc in tbe borough of fowauda. on Friday the 2- th day
of November, A. D. 15.70, at two o'tlo k iu the al'teruooij
w'lieit and wlu-re all persons having claim- are requested
to present tliriu.or be forever deb irreil tltcrefroiu.
Towand i. Get. 27, ls.'uj. D'A. OVER fOX, Auditor.
V EDITOR S NOTiEH.— Jn the m Her < f
A\ the estate nf dec. Shaylor, dee'd. In the Orphans'
Court of Bradford Couaty
Notice (s hereby given, that the undersigned, Vndit n
appointed by said Court, to distil mtc futuis in ilicband
er thff administratrix of said estate, will attend to tin
ilntius of Ids app'iutmeiit. at hi- oltiee, in the bur ugh
off wanrtft. on Saturday the 2hth d iv of N ivciiibcr.ut tv
o'clock, i'. M-. when and where nil persons having claims
upon said fiiiols uiutt pieaei.t U eui, the fmcvci'be de
barred from the -uui'.',
Oct. 27. Wit;.- D'A. OVERTGN, Anditor.
I )RO(T, A M ATlON.—"W'hfivns, flic Hon
I DAVID WILMOT. Prc-idei.t Judge of the 12th Ju
dicial ftistrict, consisting of tiie Counties of i trad ford, Si,-,
qttelmnnu and riullivan, aiul Hon.-. Mviuix Bai.i. \ki> and
II vuitv Ai ki.kv, Associate Judges, in and for ,-ai'i county
of Bradford, have i-sued their precept bearing dale tin
27 111 day of Get., A.I). Is.ui, to no. dirct leu, for holding
Conrt ofOycrand Termtne.r. General <J i; r>.rtrrKi—l -u- o
the Peace. Common Pleas atnl Orphan's Court, at To-wn
da. for the County of Bradford, on the tir-t Monday, tin
Ist day of DECEMBER next, to continue two we> ks.
Notice is therefore h"reby given, to tiie Coroner- oc
Ju-tb e.-ot tlie'Peace and OorivtaMes, of the County o
Jiradcird, tii P. tltev !>c then ami there in their pnq t-r 1 or
son. at 10-o'elnck ITt the fore-iooti of -aid day. w'lii 11.< : 1
re orils, inquisition-.and other rcmem'iranees.to do 111 . 1
thing-which to their oliice appe-tains to be 't>w : e.-d
those who are bound by i-ecojiitizancc or otherwi-c t • pro
k- -lite agajtjst the prisoner* who are or may he in the i.u
of-aid County, or who shall be iKinnd to Rjqicar at tl <
siid court, are to t c then and there to prosecute again-t
tllem a- shall be just. Jurors arc requested to lie imuctiial
in their attendance. agreeably to their notice.
Dated at Towanda, the 22d of Get-, in the year of our
Gird, one Hioiisand eight hundred and fifty-six, and of
the Independence of the Knifed States, the seventy
ninth. JOHN A. CODDING, Sheriff.
FOB. SALB OR KEN?.
\ VALE ABLE FARM, containing about one hundred
acres of improved land.w ell watered, with good tuiihl
ings and a larse apple orchard thereon—sitinvti-d 011 the
Sugar Creek, four miles from the borough of Towanda :
is ottered lor sale upon a reasonable credit; ami if not
sold soon w ill be rented for one or more rears.
Towanda, Oct. 22. 1856.
/CARRIAGE BOWS A FFLI <ES <:'
IY. sale ut V nob ale oi irt.nl bv U.S. .'DJi' I 11.
KHKE b O M
fISSML-a/'a. "W BOHK.
IS *aid tn be tSie Inevitable r-*t 1; of thecorrrng eltcth n;
il it Um odii! Unit tins vk.uous buion h> j > danger ; b
hut as it may. we Know tl • t .tt.jr;l•! st' cm is gathering
in the politic"! HeaVi rts. which will 50..,, b„r t rjih hi
nil its nuuWefced fftiy. Bet wv would say to the citizens
<f Bradford, heed It net ; i; will p.-s bannicst-ly by. £ ~u
however, storms of a Efferent nature will patV.tr in a
wintry sky. whißli wilt mate yon to tremble Gl# ;ai #; n,
aulas* yon procure the m esoaaty protection. Now, it a
"lice kind.4 of storms that we propose ! ■> prcj.aMJ y to
met-t. We have just received an extent, ve ur.d sj leudid
DRY LiOQUS AM.) CLOTtILXG
ir the FALL TRADE, which *• witt sell at New-kcrk
Liy price J. Our .. io i. " (Juic-: mu indkittaU pcuiiW
Vill fiud in i*tr assortment an ciuße-a variety of all the
jiotU they life,l. Our >l.' lVc* Sad dnitvors ;r> en wftJ
vith nitifle* for theiro-e. We all sjieei.il attention to
..ir ueio of FA NOV SILAS, the finest the ma;ket
i' liE. SIIAWI.S, l.|D(he, I!.V -tote and on-huieie, of
*li -i/.i ami qualities. I. tfWRS' Pitfii®S OOOfr-, Freach,
English and American Merinos, |iani Hl.l riptd le
Laines, plain ami figured Aljiuc.u-: i:i let iv - rything
nsnally kept in Dry ii.e-d store*. First-rate canro a; 6
ceals jier ya;d, pooti inus.liii at .".j cents. A Une. aynt
iii ut oi BoN N" KTS. /.',,?/* j Ciriart. Cio/i ; :!c(tu liui.d
/:trek,eft. f.-teet f'ntlirvirteriei, (ii' >-f*, ffo.ttry,
O'lr Clothin? department
Is replete wilb fa hiotntMe gomC : OwrcoaK from ft to
?20, business coals Hum . to .f i.>. vest. a,i pri s. pant*
from i- to ti. A general assoi i..ierit of uuderei. t
collar*. .Ve. CLoTHINO made t • order if required, "<1
upon tiie sU(. ; 'est notice.
kX~ Don i lor_it tin- place,iu Paltou'anew block,cor
ner isiidee ami Main street*.
GET i'ENBI'RO, ROSENBAUIT A CO.
Tow imi.i. Seiiteniber 3, lhji.
Cash paid for Pelts & Wool.
AT SOi.oMo.VS CLOTHING SlOiUi,
Towauda. September 3. 15.~,0.
MEW FALL GOODS.
' nPTIF FIRM OF MONTAXVKS A CO. b.ts dii
i J solved by luntnal eon-riit. WM. A. HOCKW£!.L
iiavhip withii.nwn. The Im- e-sr\ill In realtor l u con
i dueled under tin- name ol MuNTANVliS—havinpa.so
-1 ' iated with the linn .1. D Mo.stanvk Jr.. ai.d F. L. Mo.s
--| rAtcvk. We tnfst with our present facilities for the pur
: chase of <roods. that we can make it an object for CASH
< L"STO.MIiIIS to cxaniine our to. k. which Uaa been laid
i iu with prcat care to suit the fall trade.
it?* All account* (l'li- the oh! firm, as also notes that
aie due. art r eindict to It j eni furthir i otiff
August 26, Is;,MONT AWES.
I IST OF LETTERS resDHini in the Post-
J office at Towandu, Sepiciul tr 3 i. ISf.ti.
j Ayltnann An ton. Ingham Diantha.
| Avery A <l. James Edward.
| Bullock James Esq. Jiisou Diantha.
HurcL CJeurge M. Kenuctly Micfcael.
Barret John Lay Mr- M T
iturnett Mr. Martin Wm. E
Iteiicy Joines 1.. Morley Jennie,
ihirtree Lewis. Maffet Samuel.
Brnk Anthony. *IiID Tiunithy.
< onklin John Marry Mary.
Cliase Cvn nus F. M Grun l!ev X'atriuk.
Campbell Jatues Murphy John. i
Cmwh John Manning George.
Carner Hannah A. .M'Cailey Daniel M.
Coon Ann. Ledgers S A.
Clark R W. Smith Jomthati M.
Decker Wm. States Miss Mary.
Duer haimicl. Strong Jolm.
E'Uiancon Thomas E. Smith J. J W.
I'iisfett J S. Strdevant J 0.
Frt< lit Aiiain. Stow ell Calvin 2
Galu ia Truman Sullivan Eliza.
1 rang r Sarah E. Smith Wui.
Henry Wm E Vanff. kc Wm.
llarih C F. Varau.-ou Jamca.
; lligh'F. W. V.'al -h Ju-lin.
iluuie Wm. Wright Ann F
llinkle I'liilip Piatt Elizabeth.
Persons calling for any of tbc-e letters will mention
; they arc advertigQtl. 11- C. I'URTLR, P. M.
KOTICE TO TrACXZES-S.
r f'TIE t\ Super'nteuder.t m'H exstnttte teacher- f 1
L issue c< i titicatcs in the resnective districts of 15. .
ford ni tiie foil .whig oidei :
Overt, a, M : day 20tli Oct., at th- Haverly School hon.t
Aliiauy. Tn sday 2Jut " " Hiiibard "
Wilmct, Wetlue,day22 " •* IliHliaiisc
V yium, Thursday 23d " " Sugar Run
Part 11. Friday "21 •' " Frencht .wn "
i Monroe, Saturday 2"> 1 " Monrotton "
Friuiklin, Mmuhiy 27 " •• Ira \ aruey "
la Po.y, Tuc-day 2 - " " Lcßoy corners "
i Canton.Weilm-.day 2'J " " Canton "
i Arnrenia.'l hu rs<lay 3li '• " Red "
; Granville. Friday 21 " " Centre "
W. Burlingti n Sat. i Nov. '• Comers.
| N.Towauda.Monday J " " Pail Factory "
1 Ti waiida.Wcdne-day.'i" s. Gregg "
Bvirl rgtou.Thnreflay (!" '• Luther's Mills "
! .-smitidielu. Friday 7" " At tavern in ctntrs
. Spriuglield.Satuidays" •' Comers "
! Troy, Monday in" " Tr yhoro' "
Coluinbin, Tnesduiy II" " Morgan Hollow "
Wells. Wcdne-day 12" " at tiie new "
S. Creek,Thur.-day 13" " Gillett "
Ridgbery, Friday 14" " Centreviile "
Athens. Saturday la" " Athens boro' "
I sbesln- iiiin.M mlayl7" " No. 1 "
Litcliiield Tnrr.day H" " Centre '•
A'indliiHn.We'i iesd'y l'j " Kurkcnuall "
Orwell, Tliur day 2d" " Orwell Hill '*
Rome. Friday 21 " Village "
Av* v Saturday 22" " Wysox church "
S. stone. Monday 24" " tiriffl-'t .vera
I H. nick, Tin-day 2,". " " Herriekvlilo "
' Wyaiimtng, Wed". 2d " " Va ghn Hill "
I Tusearora. Tliurs. 27" " A klev "
I 1 'lke, . riuav " Le Ray villc, "
i Warren. Saturday 22" •• Haven Li llow "
| I'l.-ter, Monday Dec. 1 " village "
Tiie Sch 'ul Directors will he furnished with blanks for
Teachers'KcporUo blank certificate, blank , r the An
-1 nmil District Reports. Scho •! I.nws, and Supeifutei.dent'a
i Reports on the day oi examination,
j Oct. 10. 1 K. GI'VER. County Sup't.
i ; i-i MOV A Xj.
I COLLINS # & TOWELL,
. \ I fv)l'LD lispr.'tfullj in'crm their friends and the pi.t
--' \ > in ge,i i dly, tlmt they have ivtui.vi d tiie.'. Cl>
iug and 1'..:1d-hing Sl-.re to tlu-ir Xcw Bnilding on the
west-ide of Main Street, next door to Hall A Rußseli'*,
olid wiil be liaj.py to wait m all who may give them *
Their stuck consists of Rhode Cloth Coats, Plain aril
fancy Casaiuieres. Tweeds and Jeaiis, Black and Fancy
• 'asimere Pant-. Bia. k Satin Vests. S.ik Velvet and tan
v do.. Silks of all Rinds, White Mar-af!les and fancv <1 ~
White and fancy Linen Pants, Overalls and (■TepMiirt*.
wlute anil i'aui y shirts, drawers, collars, cravats, i ~ U,
Hats and Caps of ail kinds and qualities, a g> . d n--'it
inent of Boy- ('milling, su.-h :■ Coats, Vests and Pacts
a hi. h we arc si lling off at coit.
Geutic-ou u wi-hiiig clothing made up t>. order, will do
•veil to give us a call, as we have a good assortment of
Cloth*. < asniiiicre-and Vesting* on lia oi. which we aro
eady to make uji on short uriia, and \\ ARRANTED to
t in every ,iy, ir i .-ale. We ih. our oafn eiitting, and
ttcr •mi ■ Ives that we know ~* much ationt it a* most
•mopie. having had some y ears experience in buslues
Ci I'TING ii u.e to order a* n-nal Where Goods sio
bo.. ;!i! ..f u>. no ofcnrg,. uwffb for rutting. As regairta
■ lie.e. ,ss. ,di v.c a-k is to give .- a call before buying
J. M. COLLINS. PBRCIVAL POWELL.
Tow.,: .1 . A ; 1-1 7 1 koff.
! / |A L'TJON.—Niitire is Wrel>y given, that
jV. i beieliv forli'd all pel-ons from Hiistiug any one oa
my ru'i >:i t, ami partiei.lurlv f. rl id nil ] civiiis from har
'uiritig or tru-'Giig Jos, ph priiiee, without written or
der fro i roe : as 1 have made all the necessary arrange
ineiil- f- r lli i • a.Port and sup • ii, and will n the liable
for any debts en- traeted by him.
Wiirreii, S. pt. 2. Isof,. NELSTIN PRINCE.
BRANDIES, GINS, WHISKIES, JAMACIA RDM, BtC.
' pHE ninler-igntd ivspeetfullv announces to his friends
1 and the pul lie general!,. that he lias formed a Co
; I'urtui -iiip with. Mr. (TlAiti.lA FKNDT of the City of
i Vou-A ah, under (lie firrii an.,' -tvje of
rJß!y3>s? A. V^-WDERCOOK,
1• Bt.'ircr sired, X- ic- \ ' r':,
' in Hie Iniportine and JolJiing or Forcim and \morican
All orders will be pruinptlvJUkd and(atMkctinii guar
! anticd. |i. vanDKKCOOK.
New-V. rk, 16 Bfaver st. .-erit. 1.
FRUIT TREES! FRUIT TREES!!
I i T THE ATHENS NHIvSKUV —Wcof
. \ hr for fiilg tut- Fail a first rate assortment of Ap
ple. IV ir, cheiry. IVnelt. Phitu and Ornamental Trees,
of all the he-t v arieties. We eall cspeeial attention to
our apple trees. They uie 6 years old, and Uiisupussed by
any in the market, turn- iv.i-onab.r. Orders should lie
sent in soon. Catalogues sent on application.
FORD A PERKINS.
Ant sr.- —O. P. HartleC. T'ovaiida ; lloruee TTentli. I*l
- stcr ■ ft, .. ITejtff. Ititrthi'.to" ■ 11. Poet, ftfiilthficld
IIPM* li out' lh-:o< v ic. !•• jue. M ieiß-gru