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31 0 N 'l 4 A.N E
Are now receiving their Fall Stock of
Staple and Fancy •Dry.,09 0 ds,
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
v ia t s & bOurs, ghot imbingo.k.rrathlr,
HATS. CAPS, DO/4NETB, &C. • i
Which will be sold at Greatly Redacts' Prices.
Cur. Public Square and data st.
j, p, mosrasint, t TOWANDA. JJ. D. inorrainT,
s• n. MosTsr.TE, September 8,113J7 jF. D. DONTANYE.
NEW FALL lOW
Just receiving at
William A. Rockwell's Store,
No. 2, , Pattook's
Towanda , September 9, 1857.
A N ELEGANT ASSORTMENT of Dress
Trimmings. Velvets, Ste., at '
s'e t. 15. 1557. WM. A. ROCKWELL'S.
A FOHAIR BRAIDS and Twists for the
vit hair, at
Sept.l:",, 1857. WM. A. ROCKWELL'S.
EGLISH and French Merinos, Deßages,
Del.aine:l, Alapaccas, Thibet Cloths, Shepherd's
Plaids (a new and fashionable article) Prints, Glnghams,
and in fact all kinds of Dry Goods may bt had cheap at
Sept. 15, 1857.
\%M. A. ROCKWELLI3.
NEW ASSORTMENT of Bonnets
, Ribbons and Gloves, expressly for the fall trade,
Belt Ribbons; also a new stock of Laces and Embroi
qierieg, set or Collars and Sleeves, &c., &.c. ' at •
Sept. 15.1857. , W. A. ROCKWELL'S.
NEW AND. GENERAL assortment
of flouts and Shoes, Cloths and Cassimeres, and
everything in thislia % f r r sale
W. A. ROCKWELL.
Sept. 15, 1857.
CR9CKERY, GLASS WARE, Groceries,
1 ankee Notions, Looking (Masses, Wooden Ware,
and everything you want may be found at the new store
of Sept. 15. 11.1.57. WM. A. ROCKWELL.
TH E subscribers are now receiving at their New Store,
we,t side (tithe Public Square, a large assortment
of ,easouable goods ; consisting of Ladies and Gents Fall
and Winter Dres:+ Goods. Hats and Caps. Gloves and. Ho
ry, Shawls, Family Groceries, Crockery, Nails and
oda:, Hardware and Cutlery. A very large stock of
Men'. Boys. Ladies, Misses and Childrens Boots, Bootees,
Shoes, Buskins, Ties and Gaiters in great variety and
.lc and i'pper Leather, Call'and Kip Skins, Morocco,
Laomrs, Bindings, Lace Leather, Shoe Thread, Shoe
In short, a general assortment of Goods
The country trade, all of which we offer to our pat •
ran, and the public generally, for Cash or Country Pro
duce at very low prices, and respectfully invite purcha
sers to call and examine - our stock and prices before pur
act. 10, 8.17
ti'Nf PTIREY WICK II
H. A. BURBANK'S BAKERY
One Door - North of the Ward House.
AV H c E nt ß c E keni mi l a t i )Te , + a J enn t li
4 t H a u n i d jP a l il fim Rook,)
Jail .- OYSTERS furnished by the quart or keg, orcook
bi to order.
far Particular attention paid to filling orders for parties
Returning our sincere thanks for the liberal patronage
be-towed upon us during the' past year, and hoping by
application to business to merit a continuance. of the
some, we remain as ever, Your humble servant.
March 16, 18.57. IL A. BF 1111 A .
LASTRAY .__Came to the enclosiire of the
Subscriber in Burlington township, about ten days
a DEEP RED STEER, about: two year old R ith
uutl white spot under the belly. The owner is request
ed to prove property, pay chdrges,_auil take him away.
iturtingtoo„ Sept. 12. 1857. 41111.1 P ',ALLEY.
A Competency Secured for 52.
TE subscriber will sell the following valuable receipta
far the above named sum, patting any energetic per
son in possession of information which will enable him
t) make a fortune with great ease :
Patent Starch Polish ;
Indellible Ink : •
How to Mdke Cider without Apple..
tar Ipply or direct to A. G. KLN.NEY.
N 3. J',57. Shesheq nin l'a
TRIAL LEST for December term,
Ilr.eirord County Court.
IW. H. H. Brown, et. al
/ Tullius M. Segar,
A. B. Smith,
amt. Ellsworth, -
John Eghniey, jr.
U. I'. Ballard,
1.. S. Arnold,
11. A. KW.
Newhery E. Calkins,
Daniel Niel/Mice, et. al
Wm B. Knapp,
Samuel Kellum, et. al.
El, 8. & J. H. Phlnney,
r. N. :,1111,tuati,
V. ri F. imrt
ciarkL . % Au, b
, 1 su
P. J. DuCateri.
W111, , t..n
Ntrall 1.. Fit..b.
ha-d II rton,
Said! A. Tenant.
.! F. Shine', adm . rs.
}IRMA Jane Smith,
tqac N. I.a,ny.
(11a.5. , 11. Ames,
8. b. Fowler, eVal
Can . ' Owl]
J. B. M. Human,
B F Powell
John A C.aiding
. William Oihson
Wm H Foster et al
H Williston jr
Wmspost 4- Elmira R It
Win'll Knapp et al '
C Rockwell d; Co
Barnett Schryver ,
Silas oOre et al ,
Israel Smith et al
L heater "Thomas, I
Ulysses Moody et - s 1
Wm Waltr.an et al
Semi Kellum et al
Si Bradley et al '
J Schemerhorn et al
Wm Mclntire .
E J Rinehart . ••
J H Acr H 8 Phinney
, manths W.,lutt;
-F. I— Ballard
Victor E. Piollett,
Mary Caton'■ trustee
' Park s, et. al
k B. •mitlt's use,
l'ham T. McKee-I,
7 1 ranrr. Knox t Cu.'
E. cana , bell.
wat. Mansura, Air.
Plea Maria M'Neal
tan Lat,ill's true
Farmer's Ca. In& Co
I I. Keeny
Ileum NI ertnau
J. , hllvm Rogers' use
lur 11 It S C Co
J A Record
JI tied& Co
riridler. d Cillwell
Fd uurbing .1. Co
1 1 m 11 Kern
( likrnua Grace
Jam B Myers 7
Arran Annahle &c
J As‘pauch Jr
E I Rinehart...
Dmildson. Rnard r tr
D Fit 2 Simmons
.1 -cl Roe
IC McDougall et mit
Geo W Eastman
W it h E J Campbell
C N Shipman
C F Welles jr •
Otis P Lyon
John Lzyton et al •
Amos Knapp jr
11 S AIDA -
T B Buck
H I'hinney jr
11 ' 11 1 Segar /c wife
40 , 4 }kee
beCatera i wiht
lh aPhrey .Idonher
ti blxirnas or he
tesdah e Otf t 1
ttetk on the follow'
A R Brown
%Vmsport & Elmira R R
J WibAG Marceline
Matthew Russell et al
nit week made return
i &clack, A. 11., and for
Mondhy, December 14,
SPECISPECIAL COURT:—Noti c e is lieiebY
Tea that a Special Court o_f Common Pleas will be
Feld snd for lath he oany of Hradford. commencing n
I iONDAy, the day of. January next, at 10 o'clock
1:1 i° renotia. athe Court • Monte, In whi c hroug of
emu, fin d t o c o ishnie one week. at the Hon.
—I4IIG. Whitt!lfUtpfeelde the trial of the followli4
cu e', to wit
C. L. Dtebastellet4 va l trilszugaWet 4E00=4.
b• V". %Loma a: David Wilmot.. Afral•
Rn , B . Smith te. Samuel KellumAdr Irmo*
i t -404 u ntads riplusnahle on Monday. Jas.
10 o'clock '4.1E0 %MEAN, •".
Orate) , °thee, Nov. LT, igiSt liarothcfloW7'..r-
.10bROCLAMATION.,— Virhereas, the Hon.
••• DARIUS BULLOCK,President dodge of the 12th Ju
dicial District, consletingof the Counties of Bradford and
Suannehanna, . and Ifonorables Janos Cnneeccx, and
JonxF. LONCI, Associate Judges, in and for said county
of Bradford, have issued their precept bearing date the
27th day of Oct. A.*D.1&37, to =directed, for holding a
Court of Oyer and Terminer, General Quarter Sessions of
the Peace, Common Pleas and Orphates Court, at Towan--
da, for the County. of Bradford, on the 'firm Monday, the
7th day of DECEMBER next, to contiane two weeks.
Notice is therefore hereby given, to'-the Coroners and
Justices of the Peace and Constables, of the County of
Bradford, that they be then and there in their proper per
son, at 10 o'clock in the forencion of said day, with their
- records; inquisitions, and other remembrances, to do those
things which to their °Mee appertains to be done ; and
those whoLre bound by recognizance or otherwise to pro
secute t the prisoners who are or may be in the jail
of said 'unty, or who shall be bland to. appear at the
said court, are to be then and there to-prosecute against
them as shall Whist. - .furors are requested to be punctual
in theirattendance,a,greeably to their notice.
Dated at_Towanda, the lth of Nov., in the year of our
Lord; one thousand eight handled and fifty-seven, and
of the Independence of the United States, the eighty
first. THOMAS 3f. WOODRUFF, Sheriff.
qllEttitt'S SALES.—U; virtue of writs
of vend. exponas issued out of the Court of Com
mon Mae of Bmdford County. and to me directed, will
I be exposed to public sale on MONDAY. the 7th day of
December, A. D., 1f157, atl o'clock. P. M., at the Court
House in the borough , of-Towanda, the following lot,
piece or parcel of land situate in Rome tip.. bounded on
the north by land of Walter Hoagland, east by land of
John Donahue, smith by land of Michael
John Crowley, jr. and on the west by land of John Sulli
van. Containing about 84 acres, more or less, about 44
acres improved. 1 log house, 1 old framed bailee, 1 fram
ed barn, an apple orchard and other fruit trr es thereon.
Seized and taken In execution at the snit of V. E. & J.
E. PfOlett vs. John Crowley.
Also—At the suit of V. E. & J. E. Piolett vs. John
ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate in Canton tarp., bounded as follows : Beginning at a
comer of P. Caeper'a east line, theuce north 1* east 611
perches to P. Caspeea north east corner, thence south
east 521 perches to S. Davis' corner north of the
stream, thence south k° west 64 rods to a post aed stoues
S. Davis' corner adjoining land formerly owned by Silas
Grey, thenee north 64 0 west - 521 coda to the place of be
ginning. Containing 20 acres and 80 perches, be the
same mare or less, about 15 acres improved with an old
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of A. H. Case
vs. N. H.. Rolinson.
Also—At the the suit of A. H. Case vs. N. H. Rolimon.
ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of-land situ
ate in Smithfield tarp., bounded can the north, east and
south by the highway and west by lands of Barry Dor
fey. Containing about .1 of au acre, more or less, ail im
proved with 1 framed home-and a few fruit-trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Andrew
Johnson vs. Austin Daolittle.
ALSO—The following described lot. pii , ce or parcel of
land situate in Columbia tarp., bounded north by lands
of John Bixby, jr.. east by lands of Peleg Peek, south by
lands of Reynolds and west by E. B. Parsons. Con
taining 72 acres more or less, about 25 acres Improved.
a ith a small house and young orchard thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of John Cow•
an to the use of Pomeroy & Co. vs. Joseph A
ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of Lori situ
ate in Wysox tarp., bounded on the north by lands of
Pomeroy Gra.line, Jr., east by John Johnson. south by the
Warrant lineand west by thedands of 0. D. Bartlett.—
Containing 6.'5 acres, more or less, 25 acres improved and
a log house thereon. The defendant's interest is said to
be the undivided half.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Henry
Booth vs. G. H. Gersline.
ALSO—The (idiot. ing lot. piece or-parcel of land situ
ate in Herrick twp., bounded north by land of Nathan
Coleman. east by land of Jenkins, south by lands
of Delamor Taylor anal west try lands of Ezekiel Carr.--
Containing, about 50 aegs more or less, about fifteen
acres-improved and a few fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the snit of John M.
Furman to use of S. SI. Fairchild vs. Iten4amin Chapel.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or parcel of
land situate in Canton tarp., bounded as follows : Begin
ning on the west line of land owned by Win. 11. Smith
at the south east corner-of N. - H. Hickok's farm and inn.
ning thence south 24° west along the west line of land of
said Smith and J. Williams 61 perches to the north east
corner of W. Fitzwater, north 61.01° west along the north
line of said Fitzwater's land and land of Win. S. Fellow's
252 perches to a stake and stones standing urn the east
line of Jared and Jueob Ileardsly, thence north 21° east
along said Beardsly's line 4 2-10 perches to a state and
stones standing nra the south west corner of SI. Fellows
, land, thence north 79° east 112 perches to the west line
of N. A. Hiekok's land, thence south west along the
west line of said Ilickok's land to the south hest coruer
of said Ilickok's land thence south Gel° east along said
Hickok's south line to the place of beginning,. Contain
ing 77 acres-and 75 perches, be the same more or less,
about forty acres improved, 1 flamed house, a log house,
a barn and a small ripple orchard thereon.
Seized and taken - in execution at the suit of Chester
Thomas and O. P. Ballard to the use of O. P. Ballard vs.
George P. Channel!.
ALSO —The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate in Wilmot tarp., bounded on the north by land It-long
ing to the estate of T. :Stevens. dec'd., east by lands of C.
F. Wells, south by land of E Slieplaard, west by Lands of
S. Hillhourle and others. Containing. about 100 erre
more or less, about 50 awres improved. two framed hou
ses, one framed barn. cortilionse and other one buildings
and one apfale orchard and rather frJit trees thereon.
ALSO--Defendant'sinterest in one other lot. piece or
parcel of land situate in Wilmot twp., bounded on the
north by lands of F:rastns Sheppard and the highway
'hailing front the Albany road to the Frenclitralm road.
east by the highway leading from the Smquehanna river
t a Albany,;outh anyl west by lands of hirant and J. P.
Horton, amitunseated lands. Containing about 30 acres,
more or leg, about 15 acres improved, one steam saw
mill. two framed houses, one framed barn and other out
Seized and taken in execution at the Suit of Sfaasts El
lenberger, now to use of H. J. Madill vs. lid eard I. Shep
ALSO—AII that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate in Albany twp., bounded. north by lands - of Myron
Kellogg, east by lands of Myron Kellogg and Daniel
south. by lands of the heirs of Jacob Miller, dec'd..
and we-4 by the Barclay coal lands._ Containing, 100
acres and allowance, more or less. about 35 acres improv
ed, with a log house and log barn thereon.
ALSO--One other lutAnece or parcel of land situate
in Albany tarp., boundtQ north by lands of David Miller
and James- Macfarlane, east bylands of A. Hancock, south
and west by Z. Corwin. Containing 170 acres more or
less, about 100 acres improved, a framed house. a - framed
' barn, a log blacksinith shop, three apple orchards and
• other fruit trees thereon.
ALSO—One other.lot, piece or parcel of land situate
in Albany tarp., bounded north by lands of S. Wil-ox.
east by M. Hakes. J. Menardi, and S. Chapman. south by
lands of Wells Wilcox and S. C. A Wm. Means, and west
by lands of John Hanson, John Holmes, and J. and B.
Wilcox. Containing .160 acres more or less. 100 acres
improved, two framed houses, one log house, two framed
barns, one blacksmith shop, and apple orchard and other
' ALSO—One other Int, piece or parcel of land situate
in Albany tarp., bounded north by lands of S. Wilcox and
Milton Hakes, south by J. ilfenardi. west by lands of Z.
Gillett. Containing 20 acres, more or less, about 18 acres
ALSO—One other lot, piece or parcel of land situate in
Albany tarp., botinded on the north, west and . south by
warrantee lines of a tract in the warrantee name of Hen
ry Stark. and on the east by lands in possession of Wm.
D. Relfsnyder, being part of the said tract- in the warran
tee name of Henry Stqrk. Containing about 100 acres
with a log house in thEwoods. -
Seized end taken in execution at Ilte snit of 11. H. Mace
vs. Rollin Wilcox and Sheffield Wilcox.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or parcel of
hold situate in Standing Stone tarp., bounded on the north
by lands of John Keene, and Jacob Schoonover, east by
lands of John Swackhammer, south by lands of William
Wright, and west by landiefTheophilueSchoonover a nd
Isaac Vosburg. Containing 170 acres,more or less, about
80 acres improved, with three log houses, one log barn
and some fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of the Conn •
ty of Bradford vs. Samuel A. Tenant and Simon Stevens.
- ALlSO—Tha.following described lot, piece or parcel of
land situate in Wilmot. tarp., bounded on the north by
hinds of Erastris Shepard and the highway' leading from
the Albany road to tile Frenchtown road, east by the high
way leading front the Susquehanna river to Albany.
south and west by lands Of Milani and J.P. Horton, and
unseated lands. Containing about 30 acres. =rear
about 15 acres improved, with one steam saw mill, two
framed or board houses, one framed barn, and other out
Belied and taken In execution at the snit of Moses El
lenberger to the use of -Peter F'. Ellenberger vs. Edward
1. Shepard, Mordecai Schoonover and Emstns Shepard: •
ALSO—The following described tot, piers or parcel of
land situate in Orwell tarp., bounded as follows, to wit :
north by lands of Judson Eastabrooks, east by. Major B.
Darling, sbuth by lands of B. Spicer and west by lands
of Allen Bowed. Containing-75 acres. more or less,abont
50 acres impr .ved, with a framed house, a framed barn
and shed, and an orchard of fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the snit of James D.
Newell to the use of Charles Jaines vs. Abrazina Rogers.
. • Alsgo-.:Tho-ffillovring lot; piece or parcel of laud situ
ate In South Creek twp., bounded and described 'as fol
low's, to wit : Beginning at the south west corner of lot
No. 5, on E. Overton's map, thence north V' east 66 per.
to a corner on the line of fot-N0..3, the H. Ward lot,ita
the centre of Hui public rilad;lhence. - itorth 'westedy by
the centre cir said road, by Its,. setonil crosses, about 65
rods to the fpUtil west corner of: the said H. Ward's, lot,
thence by !aid lot-north 11° east perches to the N.E.
corner of rot N 0.5, :and conteenr, lot No. 2, : the
Kerrick lot;and thence north-7° west byte% No. 2i: 104
perches to a eonter,ou the Berth line. of lica• 7, thence'
south 1° west about 145 perches to the north .1 1 / 1 . of lot
No. 9, and thence east 149 rods to the place of blogintlieg,
being all ors lot No. I, and the essietlyAtrt of - let`
on sold Overton's map. , Containing:l _ acres more of
Ices, about 25,aeresimpmed, one framed house, 09e Ili
-11"81! erre flu /el/ P im “ 1 4 I) fqw rtialti tit)l3 111gMli."
F i jectment.
Ap do peal.
.14 on Wed
1 1 Seized and taken In Aecution at the suit of Edward
Overton vs. Philander Stevens: • .
ALSO . .The following described lot, pieCe or parcid - •-of
land situate in .Wytioit •twp.. bounded• on .the-north by
lands of A. B. Smith, east by lanai of E. B. Coolbangh,
south by the Wysox road and west by lands of the State
of, Pennsylvania, excepting therefrom three. small lots
near the western line of said farm, one of abont one acre
belonging to the " Bridge Company,'! one to Wm:Keeler
and one to Coleman. Containing (the three afore
said small lots not included) about forty scrag, more or
less, all improved, with two dwelling houses, two framed
barns and an orchard of fruit trees thereon.
Skized and taken In execution at the snit of H. S. lies
cur to the use of J. P. Kirby vs. N. P. Brown.
Also, at the suit of J. H. Phinney, jr., now to the use
of Tra Smith, jr. & Co. vs. N. P. Brown.
Also. at, the suit of Job P. Kirby vs. N. P. Brown.
ALSO.The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate in Monroe borough; bounded on the north by lauds
of Joseph Hornet, on the east and south by lands of Jas.
L. Rockwell, ani on the west by the public highway lead
ing from Monroeton to Towanda. Containing three
fourths of an acre, more or less, all Improved, with one
framed dwelling house, one large framed building used
for a wagon shop blacksmith shop, Grist mill with steam
engine and machinery attached for sawing, turning, bor
ing, Arc., and other out buildings and a few fruit trees.
Seized and taken in execution at the suitof Brown di
Rockwell vs. D. E. Huntley and Jahish Huntley.
ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate in North Towanda, bounded on the north by land of
Isaac Post and the Susquehanna River, east by land of I
Joseph Allowav, on the south by land of John Dougher
ty. Stephen Melaney and William klirown. and on the
west by land of William Major. Containing about two
hundred acres, more or less, about one hundred acres im
proved, one framed house, two framed barns and other
out bin !dings, two orchards of fruit trees thereon.
ALSO—One other lot, piece or parcel of land situate
nu Towanda Borough in the county aforesaid, bounded I
and described as follows, to wit : On the north by land I
of J. 1). Montanye, east by hind of N. N. Betts. south by
Washington Street and west by Main Street. Containing
about two hundred feet front, and running back one hun
dred and sixty feet, all improved, with one framed dwel
ling house, one framed barn and other other out buildings
and fruit trees on the said described lot.
ALSO—One other lot, piece or parcel of land situate
in Towanda Borough in the aforesaid county, bounded
and described as follows, to wit : On the north by Wash
ington Street, east by River Street, south by land of J.
P. Kirby and IL P. Moore and west by laud of %I'm. Pat
ton. Containing about seventy-five feet front, and run
ning along River Street about ninety-five feet. be the
same more or less, all improved, with two framed houses
and one board shantee thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Moutanyes
& Co. to the use of Samuel Bunting we. 1). 31. Bull.
ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate in Ulster twp., bounded on the north and east ny
lands of James 31'Carty, south by lands of Daniel Bar.
kins and on the west.by the highway. Containing about
one acre, more or less, all improved with one two sto
ry framed Ta‘ern House, known as the '• Barley Sheaf,"
and one framed barn thereon.
PXSeized and taken in execution :it the suit of Reuben 13.
ibinsen b. Philip P. Sweet.
ALSO --By Nil tue of a a rit of Levari Facias, all that
lot, piece or panel of land situate in Litchfield twp.,
boonded a. fo lows : Beginning at the .54111 mile stone
ou the north line of the State 01 Pennsylvania, thence
youth s; I° east 22 chains and 75 links to a ..take. thence
south 25 chains and n 3 links to a stake, thence west '2l
chains and 73 links to a post, and then, e. north 24 chains
and two link, to the place of beginning. Containing
acres and 49 perches, about 30 acres improved, with a
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Wm. B.
Clymer vs. Daniel Cole and %in a Goodell.
ALSO—The following lot and parcel of land situate in
Wyalusiim top., containing twenty-five acres more or
less, and Coanded as follows Beginning at a post cor
ner on the hank north side of Wvalicdng, creek, witness
ed by a buttonwood and thorn tree, thence north sixty
two east 24. f perches to a post on the line of Jnhn lay -
Ines land. thence north 28 west 32 rods to a stone heap
in the old mill race, thence north 2 east 2.5 rods to the
post road. thence along said road south 52 west 47 rods
to a post on the north side of said road, thebre by lands
of Deborah Edwards north 2 east 53 rods tom post, thence
north ss west 251 rods to Joseph Gaylord's line, thence
by land of Joseph Gaylord, south 2 west 83 rods to
W. corner of Dr. Scoville's lot, thence by said Scoville's
line to the Wyabising ("reek. thence up the said Creek
the several courses to the place of beginning. All im
proved, three framed dwelling houses, one framed barn
one framed building occupied as a shoe shop, one framed
wagon shop, one blacksmith shop and other out buildings
and two orchards of fruit trees thereon.
Fleied and taken in exeention at the snit of George H
Weller rr. Henry Gaylord and Martha Gaylord, hi, trite
and Geo. W. Jackson. terre tenant.
Tilos. M. WOODRUFF, Sheriff.
Sheriff Office, Sur. 3, 1m.17.
SIIERIFF'S SA LE.—Ry virtue of sundry
writs of Fier' Facias, issued snit of the Court of
Common Pleas of Bradford County, and to me directed,
will be exposed to public sale on SATURDAY, the sth
of DECEMBER. A. D., 15.17, at 1 o'clock, M., at
the Court 114,445e,,in the borough of Towanda. the fol
lowing lot, piece or parcel et hind situate in Asylum
twpn, hounded and described as follows, to wit : Begin
ning at a hemlock, the corner of J. Anthony, and 1. Ha
zlehurst, thence on a line between said tracts south
deg.. west 1:45 perches to a :donal heap. then-44 by 1.4•4•1-
4.01 d to John R . Voo.', north sl" east 320 perch.... t. 4 h o c
of land of It.lVandall. thence by land of said W41:441.411
north 12 deg., east 70 perches to Comer of haul 4,1
M9rray, thence north .1 deg., west 9.5 perche- to a corner,
thence south sl 4144 g., west 240 perches 1.4 the place of
beginning. containing 291 ,acre. and 4') perches, more
or less, being parts or two tracts of land in A'.4 lam twp.,
sarve ed in the warrantee name of J. Anthony and J.
Crave ; about 110 acres improved, one framed house, one
log house, one framed barn, with sheds attl,•hed, a framed
corn house and otherout buildings and two orchards of
Seized and taken at the suit of Josiah 13. Dorl.vri and
Lydia W. Dodson.. his wife, to the a>e of Lydia W. Dod
son vA. Benjamin C. limes.
ALSO—The following lot, piece nr par.•el of loud situ
ated in the twp..,r Armenia. bounded and described t ,
follow+. to wit Beginning at a Sugar tree "In -the north
ern botindary line of land conveyed to Lewis P.-Newell,
thence by lot No. 3QG otiAnap of survey WO perches to a
post; thence by lots Nos. 247 and 286 cast 160 perches to
4 post, thence by lots No. 285 nod 334, south 100
to a post, thence by lot No. 309 and by Lewis P. Newell's
lot, wc.qt 160 perches to the place of beginning, hell* lot
No. 307. Containing about 100 acres. more or le.:. about
30 acres improved, one log house, a young orchard of fruit
Siezeti and taken at the Enit of Pomeroy's & Cu. vs
AL.Sa)—The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate in Gran Ville twit., bounded and tiesilibed as follows,
to wit ! On the north anti east by land of Julius Bailey.
south by the highway, and on the west by laud of Jona
than T. Miller and Julius Bailey. Cont: in about 120
square Perches more or less. all improved. one framed
house, framed shop, framed barn and a few fruit trees
,SPizetl and taken in tr.v , elition at the , u it of Jame- H.
Rcoss, Sehool Trea,urcr of Orantille MIL vA. A. D. Bailey
and Uriali 11, B.ixter
THOS. H. WOODRUFF, Sheriff:
Sheriff's Office. November 3d, 1857.
tU Notice is hereby given, that an amount sufficient
to pay all costs will be moire,' in every ease a here m a d
is sold, also satisfactory security or money paid on all
bids made on lands, at the time of sale, and unless, terms
aie complied with the land will be again extioseil to sale.
THOS. M. WOODRUI. Sheriff.
LIST 'OF JURORS drawn for December
Term and Sessions, 1857.
Wvnlnsing—D. W. Brown.lAheshequin—Win. Post.
Bascom Taylor. Albany—Seth litevens.
S. Creek—Sant'l Pettingall, Wysox—Stephen Horton.
Burlington—Jos. 9. Clark
Troy boro'--11. S. Dart.
Sylvania horo'—O. Furman.
Rome—Win. McCabe, Dat•
MLA MRSE MU)
Columbia , —Stephen Keyes.
Welb , -Alvah Young, Datil
Strong, N. Leonard, Jas.
jr., Geo. A. Perkins.
S. Creek—Chas. Crane.
Litchfield—Wm. H. Morse.
Wysox—David C. Sherman.
Towanda tp.—Jno. Bowman.
Tuscarora-4. Sturdlvant. .
Pike—F. A. Elbiworth,John
Bolles, Nelson Johnson,
H. D. Gage.
Sprnigfleld —Griner 'Ben
nett, John Ross. Jr., Isaac
F.' Bullock. Wm. C. Bur„,ns
Canton—E. P. Rockwell.
Leroy—John G. Hammond.
Windham-;-Nathms C. Ells-
bree, Asa McKee.
Chamberlin, M. Strictland
Troy tp—A.bel S. Manly, W.
Clinton, ! lotus McKean.
Litchfield—D. D. Coorr,
T YAM:MR.-4- pep/ sapigy.ar Soh; List h•
.LJ er, Co* Hide, /Upend Calf Skiet;si No. Patton's
ID* .1426 MI. A ROCIEwEIas.
Orwell—C. S. Gridley - .
Pike—Chelter Goodell, M
Warren—Miles Pr:lnce, Wm.
Howell , t
Towanda boro%—John Car
Towanda tp.—Jac. Bowman.
Smithfield-fJ. S. Jones.
well, Ransom H. Ward,
John K. Watson, Luke N.
. Andrews. p
Tne . y tn.—Me - Midi Williams
Towanda North—Wm. Fas
Pike—Francis Mason, Isaac
Wanvn—Lorain Pitcher, Mi
randi Chaffee J. &Cooper
Towanda tp — ILH. Mace.
Smithfield—Allen Usher. ;
Monroe tp:-,Jaa. Blauvelt. -
dm Dean.. • .
EXECU'rOR'S NOTICE;--Notice is.bere
by given than all persona indebted to the estetwof
FREDr.IIICIE FISHER, deed of South Towanda, must
make immediate payment, and all persons having :de
mends against said estate, will present them duly authen
ticated for settlement.
August, 15, 1.357
I'XECUTOR'S . NOTICE.—AII persons in
. debted to the estate of SILAS TITUS, deceased,
late of Herrick township, are hereby notified that pay
ment must be made without delay, and all persons having
claims against said estate are requested to present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
ZOPLIA It PLATT,
September 2G, 1557.
A DM INISTRATO R'S NOTICE.-- I Notice
is herehv given, that all persons indebted to the es•
tate of MARIt H. GREENMAN, dec'd, late of Canton,
are hereby requested to make payment without de
lay; and all persons having Claims against said estate will
please present them duly authenticated for, settlement.
JOHN VANDYKE, Jr.
Canton, Sopt. 21,1557. Ad in in istrators.
A DMINISTRATR I X NOTICE , --Notice
is hereby given, that all persona indebted to the
estate of WM. 8.11-EIFBNYDEI2, dec'd, late pf Albany
tWp, are hereby untitled to make payment without delay,
and all persona having demands against
.said estate are
requested topresent them duly authenticted for settle
ment.-- • ' MA RV REIFSNYDEIt,
September 21, 1857. AdreinbArators.
A lIDITORS' NOTlCE.—Patrick
ly to the use of John - MclWilson vs. .111.21thtto Mc-
Mahon. In the Common Pleas of Bradford Co. No. 251,
Sept. Term. 1850.
The undersigned Auditor appointed by said Court, to
distribute the funds raised by Sheriff sale of defendant's
roar estate, will attend to the duties assigned him at the
office of D. A. Overton, In Towanda fi on Saturday,the 14th
of NoVember, A. D. 9857, at nine o'clock in the forenoon,
when and where all 'persons having claims are requested
to present them, or be forever debarred therefrom..
Oet -13, G. D. MONTANYE, Auditor.
is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate of Ransford B. Bailey, deceased, late of Pike twp !
are requested to make paymEnt, without delay and all
persons having claims against said estate will please pre
sent them duly authenticated fctr settlement.
October-15, 1957. AilratniAratora.
XECUTOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice is here
-1:.4 by given that letters teQtamentary npim the e-itate
of Elijah Lucky. late of Sheshequin, dec . & have been
granted to the subscriber. All pers , iiis indelitrd to said
estate are hereby requested to make immediate payment.
and those having any claims upon said estate to present
them duly attested for settlement.
JOHN LCCK Y.
Sept. 15. 153:4
A DMINISTRATOWS NOTlCE:—Notice
11l is hereby given, that all ptrsons indebted to the es
tate of Clarissa Graee, late of Springfield twp.. deceased,
are requested to make payment without delay ; awl all
persons having claims against said estate, must isresent
them duly authenticated. to the subscriber.
Sept. 15, 15.57. JOHN NORMAN, Administrator.
NOTICE TO ASSESSORS".—The seve
ral Assessors for 1t.58 will make their returns in the
following order. viz :
Ascessors for Ulster. Athens born., Athens twp., South
Creek, Ridgbury and Wells upon Monday. Nov. 2:1, I'ss7.
Springfield, I: l thithfield, North Towanda, Columbia,
Ivairia Boro' and Towanda Biro. upon Tuesday, Nov.
A rmenin, Troy twp.. Troy born., Burlington .wp., Bur
lington Webt, Burlington born. and Granville upon
Wednesday. Nov. 25th.
eanton;Lettoy, Monroe Miro., Monroe twp.. Overton
Albany, Franklin and Towanda twp., upon Thursday
Nov. YGth. , '
Wilmot, Asylum, Direll, Ttscapira, Wvalning. Litch
field, Warren and Windham upon Friday...Nur. 270.
l•Attudiwg ;;•tulie, Herrick. Orwell Pike. Shestiequin
Rome and Wy..4ox upon Saturday, N,..v•, th.
Assessors are requested to tieanetonl in making their
returns upon the day designated ip their warrants.' They
are also required to extend the amount of each person's
valuation into the right hand column of their ussessment.
By order of the Commissionerq,
E. B. COOLBAUGIT,
Commis"loner's Offiee,•Oet. 20, 1457. Clerk.
VXECUTRIX NOTlCE.—Notice is Itere
by given, that all persons indebted to the estate of
ItIHN E. INGHAM, deceased, late of Wvsox town
are re q uested to rake payment without delay:
tho,c ing doinandqg eninctsaid estate will present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
July 27. 1h57. ASr A NT) IM. ING HAM, Executt ix.
A Dm I N ISTR ATOM'S NOTICE.--Notice
A.. hercirc given, that all persons indelited to the e.;-
Lit e ~ 1 Hiram I. deceased late ,f Duren try p., are re
nue-ie d to make payunMt without delay • and all per , ons
hay i claims again -t said estate, . present them duly
authenticated for settlement, t. ie subscril.ers.
No% . ln.ii. B. L. onTE, Administrator.
REGISTER'S NO' CV.—Notice is here-
IT given that there have been filed and settled in
the ollice of the Register of Wills in and for the county of
Bradford, accounts of administration upon the following
estate. viz :
Final nei.inoit of L. P. Stalforil-anil J. J. Brown. nilniin
i-trators-of the estate of Hiram Brown, late of Wyalusing
Final account of Samuel Warner, guardian of Mary.
So .:Irma E. and Ezra L. .Payne, minor children of Ezia
M. Payne, dee'd.
Final account of .Togiali Ttlimbold, administrator of the
Mate of Peter Cron, larTh of Standing Stone, decd,
Final account of .1. F. Woodruff, executor of the estate
of Phidelia S. Smith, late of Monroe, dee'd.
Final Recount of Stephen Elosteriek and Maria Degrangh
formerly Marla Rngers, administrators Of the estate of
Wm. Rogers. late of Warren, dee'd.
Final account of Elects Tyrrell, admitiistrrtrix of tre
estate of Robert Tyrrell. late of Warren. dec'd.
Final neennt 01 A. W. Ayres and Amanda J. Strung,
admini-tr.d"rs of the estate of Thomas A. Strang, late of
Final nerount of .1., A. Rneacll and Samuel
In i introlmni of 1,110 e4Late of Austiti kett,,ell, late of Orwell
Final account of bury. and David Stable adminh , tratdri
of the egate - of Itichard Stuble, late of Itome dec'd. •
Final account of Hared• Holcomb. guardian of Cltha - -
nne I). and lane E. Rom!, minor children of John C. Rose
late ,it Cant. at, deCd.
Final account of Chandler Bixby, administrator of the
estate of Edmond Sanadere r late of rase, dec'd.
And the haute Will bepresented to the Orphan's Court
of Bradiord county. on Monday, the ith day of December
next for confirmntiort and npowance.
JAMES IL SVEI3Ii, Register.
'Register's Offire,!Coe. 4. 11157.
A uDrrows NOTICE.—in the matter of
the !,fate of Wm. Chilean, deceased. In the
pltaus' Court of Bradford County.
Notice la hereby given. that the Auditor appointed to
distribute money to the hands of the Administrator of the
above estate, Will attend to the duties of his appointment
at the Mike of I). A. Overton in the borough of Towanda,
on Tuesday, the Bth day of December, 155.7, at 2 o'clock.
D. M. All persons having claims upon said money must
present theta, or else be forever debarred from the same.
NOlr. 3. 12457.• • E. H. DABSOKS. Auditor.
A DMINISTRATRIX NOTlCE.—Notice
14 hereby given, that all persons Indebted to the es
tate of CALEB EVGARTON, late of Athens Borough
deceased. are requested to make payment without de
lay ; and all persons haying claims against said estate will
please pteseut them duly authenticated for settlement.
November 12, lA57'. Administrajtix.._
DR. J. MACKINTOSH, DEN.
le zyt a - --;= 4 , iz.l o T, ,s wg . la found utl flds m tl e d quarters ii
Towanda, Nov. 1, u 1857. JOHN e iIACILT I O . SH. • '
A PARING roa BALL
MITE subscriber offers at private sale his , ,
Valuable Farm, situated in Overton twp.
Bradford county, containing 120 acres. The
land is of excellent quality, well situated ; the "
improvements are a log house and log barn°
two good sheds and corn crib. Them is from. 50 to 65
acres cleared, all in excellent state of cultivation, and 10
acres of a fallow burned ; the land is free of stones, the
soil is from 1f to 4 feet deep, there is a new orchard of
40 choice grafted apple trees in bearing condition. The
part cleared is laid oat in 8 fields, on .7 of which there Is
living water, and a good substantial rail fence to each
field. The spring at house is within.Bo.feet of house and
barn, and the spring house is a few feet below the spring.
it has a floor laid with smouth stones, the water runalXg.
between them: which keeps milk and butter nice. and
cool all Summer. Below the spring house is a large we
terhig trough for cattle.
The State road runs on the Wed line, the only level
route from Money to Monroetow, distance tif about 45
miles. The main toad from Ifushore to the coat beds runs
along a part of the mirth
A 6 year old Mare 2 rear old Colt,lt yearling Con,and
this year's Colt, Cattle,l2,hem.Hay. Grain, and Fundin g tools, will be sold, with or without farm. .
° An indisputable title will be given to tbe purchaser` of
said Farm. Terms , easy, and price reaamiable.
October 4,1857. ~ __JOHN wrist::
400() LBS. ORIO , GRIND STPNgAi
IJ sod aid of Grind !Mope Makings; at' '
Sept.lclBs7. Wlt. A. ROCK WE LL'S
TT gives initheilfate relief from pall, and in as quick a
1 time as it is passible for this disease to be affected, it
heals the wounds gradually and safely,' after eilracting
all poisonous matter, until a permanent cure is Made.
JOSEPH 11031 ET,
until A De_
As Its name imports, this Ointment Is of Swiss Origin,
and is the most remarkable °int:aerator curing old Sores
and Bad Legs ever knon-n. Its curing properties seem
to be perfectly irresistible. - : -
/7' The receipt for making this rare medishae, was Ob
. from James R 0134.1012, an. old Swiss tannakeiqn
North Carolina, who brought it with him from Switzir
AS A FAMILY SALVE,
ft has no equal, both In its powers for doing good, and
Its. extreme neatneo as n
CLEAN, SWEET, PURE, PLEASANT OINTUENT,
healing without the leabt injury everything to which it
MOTHERS USE IT
for their Caked. Broken and Inflamed Breasta with charm
ing success. Thousatas of Motherksyn this (lay blessing
the hour in which they first applied the WOE) SWISS
and SCROFULOUS SORES and Swellings it rapidly
cures by striking at the root of the disease an,, drawing
the humors to the surface. Er NEVER Durres TELEX IN .
WARD I Under all circumstances of the case
IT IS SAFE! Good Swiss Salve cures Felons.
Goc.d Swiss Salve cures l'ih-s.
Good Swiss Salve cures Burns.
• Good Swiss Salve cures Bruises.
Good Swiss Salve cures Flesh Wounds.
Good Swiss Salve cures Toothache.
gir Wherever Pain or Intimation exist, apply the
GOOD SWISS SALVE, and vuu will find relief.
tom' This Salve is put up In LARGER BOXES than
Ointment in general, at 2 et.. It is ali.o put up in large
China pots, for the accommodation of Families and those
who use it for Fever Sores where several boxes may he
required, as it is one half cheaper. A pot holds R boxes
and sells fur one dollar. Hundreds of families , keep it in
this convenient form as a necessary household article.
A. E. B.S.KNADV, Ithaca. N. Y.. sole proprietor.
tiJid,hy J. KING:UW.I2Y, Towanda. Pa.
GOTTSLOFFE IS THE INVENTOR OF the cele
hinted ALPINE EYE DA.I.SAII. which has gained
such wonderful reputation throughout Europe and the
United States. It ii extracted from plants taken dlre,t
from the ALPINE MOLNTAINS, and prepared by Dr.
flott-lfTe. a native of Dern°, Switzeiland, and
for many year, Profes,or in the Ilene Institute, now a
resident of the U. S. This Balsam is miperior any
other eye medieibe, be it ealve or water. It is a Rafe and
CERT' AIN CURE for all INFLA3I ATIONS. PREMATURE
FAILURE OP Slcttr , Nlcttr BI.INIEsEi•S, BLUR Olt
PAIN ON EXPOSURE TO LIGHT, &C., and always Mates a
e cure. Till IT it i, recornendiA by all drag,gists
and Physiciami who have become acquaibted with its vir
tues. 4 Each Lotus bear, his written aignatute.—
Price 25 cents.
A. E. !Wrathy, Ithaca, N. Y., General Agent. Sold by
J. Kin gmber) . Towanda, Pa.
• T. 1-1 - 'OX
TS NOW RECEIVING a large stock o
rAm it.y fiIIOCERIES. which nye offered for sale n
ao low pri , es ao the same quality of Goods can be bough
any wh..i e this shle of the t.:;ty of New Yodt.
TIIE Subscribers' liabilities are such that they will 6-
nit r be obliged to sell the J uthrments,und N Aes they
hold against their customers, or eithirve t uettiJn. We
hope our Ir lends will not drive us to suer au alßwuative.
Au early atteotion to this notice 6 retitle:46A.
Atig. i 9. Is.Ji. MOSTANYES.
TUE will-knoom and whll-e-tablb,heri CAil-
A O,AGE M Uk'AC TORY eitusted WI Main st
Iv 0. in thg .ouchpartof the Borough of Towanda.
Also, the Smith filum, Timber Douse and Darn
-± on the same lot, and :.toeit of Timber on hand.
Ako. HOUSE AND LOT adjoining the shop lot.
tarTh• whole will be sold cheap for ready pay. For
term. apply to thesulwriber at his residence on the pro
N. U. The subscriber has On hilDll4 !Valle
sl6oo or 51500 worth of CARRIAGES,
dideront kindsochich he will sell OD reasou
able terms for ready p3y or approved credit.
TowandalAng. 1 . , 18.17.m3- G. If. PR AK F
E .X at TRACTS for flavoring, foe sale cheap
CASII PAID FOR BE HIDES, AN!)
SHEEP PELTS AND FURS, at No. 2, l'Att , q,'
Block. augl7 \V !•l. A. 1:04-KWELL.
New York and Philadelphia
UST received and now openiag a very c xten-ive and
'4O, is of FALL AND WINTER GOODS. uhich
fur beauty. variety and cheapness, cane ,t be surpas.ed
in this market. It comprises all the 64,4 make of brow a
and bleached Sheeting.. and Shirting., Ticks. JC3116. Due
lin:4, Checks. Yarn, Batts. Wadding, Sze. lu the Cloth
and Cussimet e Department our stock is ful!---embraeing
the most reliable style... Our line of LADIES DREsS
GOODS embraces all the new Et)leS. Also, Dress Trim
mings, Ribbons, &c., in great variety. SHAWLS in great
variety. Embroideries, Laces, Gloves and Hosiery, a fill
Floto.ekeepers' Goods, Carpcting-s. Oilcloths. &c.,
Boots St Shoes, to suit purchasers. Crockery and Glass
Ware. Hardware, Iron and Nails. GI:LICE:R.ILS, a large
and choice varii tv.
REMEMBER That our store is the place to buy Goods
CILEIV. Our motto—'• Quirk sales and small pratito. • '
Remember, also, our store—south end of Mertur's
Mork, Main street.
Ott. 12, 1007. • TRACY it. MOORE.
fIILS, PAINTS, GLASS, &c., all sizes,
fur bale at
i,17. TRACY h . 3100 RES.
PARCLAY COAL—THE BARCLAY
iuP RAIL ROAD AND COAL COMPANY bare now
on hand. and will keep eiq.tantly for sale at TOWANDA,
a large supply of their coal, at
$2 50 per ton for Blacksmith Coal, and
$3 00 per tan for Raked Coal.
Apply for coal at Towanda to 0. D. BARTLETT. Coal
will also be sold at the MINES at
$2 00 per Lou for Blacksmith Coal, and
$2 50 per ton for Raked Coot .
A liberal discount will be made on sales by the boat load.
Oct. 7, 18:57. .1. MACPARI. kNp., Gen . ! Supt.
camber Wagon for Sale.
A NEW TWO HORSE IA HER WAGON far sale
.1 - 1 for ennntry PnisMee ; enquire of the Ruhscri
Towanda, Nov. 2, 1g57. BAILEY & NEYENS.
'HOARDING COURT WEEK.—A few
J) Boarders can find accommodations through Decem
ber Court—enquire or the subscriber.
Towanda, Nov. 2, iss7. SIDNEY 9. BATIVY.
ALT.-100 11 1 )1s. Salt for sale, at No. 2,
Patton'g B11)cli' by
Towanda, Nor. 4,1R37.'
DBERRIES.—A quantity of Dried
1.." Berrie.: for sale by
Towanda. Nov. 4.1857. V. A. BOCK TELL.
lITIENRY B. M'KEAN , ATTORNEY
AT LAW, TOWANDA, PA.; will pay prompt
attention to business entrusted to Lim. Collections maile
on rea.,onable terms, with prompt remittances. oetW
The Latest City Styles and Prices.
IX7OULD respectfully infortn the citizens of Towanda
•V V and adjoining vicinity. that she has taken the Mil
linery Shop formerly occupied by Mrs. E. H. Mason, where
she is prepared to furnish the Ladies with the - LATEST
STYLES of Bonnets, Caps, ilead-Dresses, Aced, .tc.. and
at as low prices as can be bought in any Millinery estab
lishment this side or New York. •
BLEACHING AND TRIMMING done at the - .hottest
notice. Thu Ladies will plenwr eel and examine our
stork•of BONNE'TS before purchasing elsewhere.
October 14, 1857. S. DARLING.
CAYrGA GROUND PLASt'ER.-5o
Tons Cayuga Ground Plaster in barrels, .300 lbs in
each, just received by the P ohneritit tA.
e Will take in payment Wheat'. Gye, Corn, O'its, Buck
wter.t, Potatoeq, Oulons,Veates Dried Fruit. Butter. Lard
Cheese; Pork, Eggs and almost any other kind of Farm
--( D. WO will Vol refuse the notes of any solvent Flanks
riot even those that have suspended specie payment)
fn exchange for Plaster or GroCeries. ' •
Towanda, 0et..2.6,48.57. BAILEY ft ,NEVINS.,
WHITE STONE LIME.-50 bbls. White
- v v stone Lime just received; and for Bale for dub or
Grabkby - -
Towanda, Oet, 1P57. BATLEY &
00()D :i SW, LS&',/ SALVE
IS THE GREAT CORER OF
SORE Ems I
To All Concerned.
NEW COODS !
CHEAP AND DESIRABLE!
J. C. FREELAND WITH ALINE 4-
CA RIIOL, 'reporters of WINE., BRANDIES, GINS',
304.:310rth 3d streets
KEYSTONE, STATE SAPONIFIER,
or CONCENTRATED LYE for making Soap. Manu
factured by the Penn. Salt C..., Tarentum„Alleghwy
coonty. Penn. Repree'etited by LEWIS, JAMES Jt Co.
.I. S. ci• E. L. PEROT, GP.YERAL PRO-
Duel , . COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Nn. 36, North
Wharves. Refer to Philadelphia ruerehants generally.
All consignments or orders %in receive prompt and
F. 131 , 13 Y, C 0 .1" GII A M HER R,
CROCERS and COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. N 0.522, Market'Stteet.
.1/00R HENSZE 1, 4- CO., Importers
toll Wholesale Deniers in II ft WARE, CUTLERY',
and GUNS, 427 Market 416 tlnntmerce streets.
5A31 . 1 . , IT. BIBIr HATT S. Importer ami
and Wholesale Dealer in FoREIGN and DOMESTIC
HARDWARE, Nu. 258, North 3d street, below vine.
N. 4- G. -TA Y LOR. Importer; anti Whole
sale Dealers in TIN PLATE. COPPER, SHEET IRON,
31.4.1 and .40.;, Drench st.
11.110131ERS, HATCHETS, in great
variety - . nianut,, , t,,ret: by
, C. A3l \ION D, Depot 503
( atom. r.e The attention the trade is culled to
rii-se goods as being quill iii quality and finish to any
E. lIALL Philadelphia 31allea
-111 Iron W.r1, , , cerner of toth and Jetfer , on Streets ;
wargioe.e 307 Arch st.. above third. Manufacturer of
GEN Elt 3L and SADDLERY HARDWARE and MAL
LEA BLE and FINE GREY IRON CASTINGS.
.1/..1 _VC /I ESTER SCALES. HA Y,
COAL. couNTER w.t.liEuoUst:,, w HFELEA rt.
Pow. noLTING MILL RAILROAD SCALES of inn
and -npfu quintitirs4, WARRANT
ED SU PERI4IR in. quality and finish to ony other scales
in :do. W.,r( L , ase, No. 23, N. tith street, GEO. W.
GRE S TO-VE HE ATE R.
AND RANCE—The Heater has no equal in this coun
try—k all 4-11.4 into. and will create 11 4 4 per cent. More
heated air with the same amount of Mid, than any uth•
er ftirnar ein u e. The Range has two ovens Unit Baku
uniformly at the same time. These inventions' have no
equal in the market. Rights for tale for all sections of
the Cui ,, n.
FITHIAN .IOX.ES 4- Co., Importers and
.liilLiers in 1.11 IT, - 1 14 and AMERICAN DRY GOODS,
21. Mark. t, t 1 to rth to 204 Clart.h Alley. 6 months
credit for apt lored Nntervi
TZEILLIE EdT EMI/11ff.
TESII. 4 4NES. TT.% NS(.IN respeetftilly Inform the public
that the scholastic year will commence MONDAY.
SEPTDIDE/1 14, eon,tin.,,ng to .I,ly 14.
Jli 0. 1). HANSON Will hare the general snperiuten
dence of the school. assisted in !finale by Miss REBECCA
D. 11.1 IN, and in French Miss EMMA HANSON.
Thank rid for the patronage all eady extended to tle.m,
they beg leaye to a , sure those entrusting their daughters
in their charge. that every effort will he made to deservo
the confidence autl favor of tl;eiri:atrous.
school veer will consi...t of four quarters. of eleven
weeks . each. The summer vacation commencing iu July,
and coding in September. A recess 014 hew days will be
taken at the holidays.
repro - ts will he sent to the parents, who an
requested to sign and return them:
We ran promtse no improvement unless a achalar
regular and punctual in attendance.
TERMS. PER :
First Clais —To include the elennntary English,}
branches. and the study of the Latin language, "
Second Cluss—T , , include the more advanced stu
dies ofthe English brunches.with Mathematics, $9 00
and the study, of Latin and French ..... .
Third eltits—to include Mathematics, Mental)
and Moral Philosophy. Rhetoric, Botany,&c.,'; $l2 M.
with Latin and French. ......
Each pupil will bring with her a desk and chair.7-Tharep
will be no extra charge whatever.
Mrsie—fustrUcflon on the Piano, with use of iristru—
ment, will be given by Miss REBECCA D. 11.txxoN, at . $lO ,
-Boarding for young ladies can be obtained in. private'
families at reasonable rates. Pupils from a disMJace wilt
receive the evpecial care of the teachers.
They beg leave to refer to the following maned gentle
men :—Rt. Rev. Atoxvi Porrna, Bishop of the Dioce,e•
of Penn's, Philadelphia : Rev. Dr. 31actea.v, President of
the College of New Jersey.
Ron. Ibtvin NVibmor, 6. F. MASON, c. L. WARD. .Tons
F. lifrAxs, D. F. BIRStOW, R. S. !ifErwrn. 0. B. BART . -
LETI', E. 0. GOODRICLI, Wu. C. BotLkillr. Toaeanda.
W. A. POCKWELI
Administration in Kansas !
Large 11 1 . mo. fllt3 pages.
ViriTn A . COMPLETE, fIISTOIIY OF THETI
V TOM ,nntel Jrine. IS:, Enitmoling a hill areannt
of its discovery, Geography, Soil, (li:flute, PrOfilleb, its
organization a. 'rerritory, tranoar'dons and el - etas tin
der Governors !feeder and Shannon, dissensions,
Personal Reeotinters, E:ection :rands. hattlet and antra-
Mt Portraits of proiiiii,rut actors thPrein, all fully
authenticated. By .IttilN 11. citiflN, M. D.. - Privato
Seorttary to Gov. Gear... carefully compiled from the.
Gilicial ,tarinents on file in the department of State at
trushington and other papers In fhe pmjsession of the
Author, with full account of the Invasion of Kansas from
mis , ouri : the rapture. trial and treatment of the Fren.
State prisoners, the chrietrter and fittoYements of the MI
sourl Border WAD:mg, the tannin of Suffern and otkare..
The controversy beta - ten Governor Geary and Judge te.-
compte. The proceedings of the" Territorial I.egisratnre.
of the pro-slatery convention, and, the 'organitatiOn of
the National Democratic, Party, stithit sketch of Kansas.
during its early troubles under Governors Deeder. and,,
Shatotion, Its Invasions, battlec, outrages and mordent- •
A copy will be sent to any part of the United State*, •
by mail, free of postage, on the receipt of 'retail pike.
Price in cloth, Si Oil Paper, 50 et:. CHARLES C.
RHODES, Publisher, laquirer.Building,Pitaadelphia.
July 28, 1857.
OUSE FURNISHING GOODS.--Docr•
ble and 6ingli fold worsted and Moen aid .wondett
damasks, moreens, cotton daininks,bleachedand mibleith
ed - table linens, Idartailew gnlhs, Collet c a m s , an d a aa .
'inky of other foodiOnt thin linitjoitrec . eivd by • :;
April O. 1t 1 37.-; •J. mrett.
JOHN A. RIDDLE.,
At" Merchant's.llotel, North (di st.,
TO THE SIEREHBNIS.OF THE WEST AND NOR/11
PHILADELPHIA lIMIKET . being easily accessible,
your attention is called to it, a 4 portesbing faellitled
and advantages worthy of your coailderation.
A minig Its a vantage" may be enumerated it+ location,
having shorter lives or conoainider Wm to the interinr, fig
proximity to the Iron. and Anthracite Coal dbstrictl of
P'euirtylvania, the large and varied extent of it , maanfae•
tunes. being far in advance of any other city in the United
States, the moderate expemxs necesietry for carrying on
The marketrovvevrtia Unrivalled'advantages forthe gale
of many kinds of produee i sueb a 4 Flour, Wbeat,Barler,
Wool, Latter, Cheese,.&o., tthile Om charges Incident to
sales and attendant expem•es, are mote ruuder.do tlca
neighboring seubord market:,
JAMES, KENT, SA STEE F CO.. Ira
prier., and Jobbers , of FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY
GOODS, No. 279 and 241* N'otth ad street, above Rice.
BUNN. RAIGUEL CO., Importers of
BRITISH GOODS, and Jobbers of STAPLE SILr
GOODS, EMBROIDERIF.S, &e., No. 37, North' ad st.
HAAS 4- TAYLOR, Importers and Cash
Jobbers, No. 305 Market street, HOSIERY. GLOVES,
SHIRTS and DRAWERS, GUM BELTS, SHIRT BO_
SUMS, White Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Suspenders,
Tureads, Combs, &e.
UMBRELLAS 6- PA RASOLS.—WM.
H. mc lIARrrsoN, No. 418, Market st., manufactures
first-elass UMBRELLAS expressly for retailers. Ever!
SMEDLEY BROS., Manufactnrers and
Jobbers in HATS. CAPS. MRS. STRAW:I : GOODS and
SILK BONNETS. No. 41, North 3d streetr
WOLF E IN G, %V holecale CLOTHING
HOUSE, Nos. 430 Market and 425 Merchant streets.
CHARLES S. FEATHER, 'Wholesale
Dealer in BOOTS & SHOES, No. 49, North 3d street,
PAR RISH 4- BRADSHAW, WALL &
WINDOW PAPER Warehouse, N. E. center 341 and
GEORGE W. PLUML Y, Mannfacturer
or every description of PAPER BOXES, 61 N. Fourth
CA UPP.III N 4• CHEW, Importers of
clit NA , ASS and QUEEN'S WARE, No. 21, North
THE TRUTH ABOUT KANS4S