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■fl v::v CITIZENS INDICTED BY THE U.
I I (J. VNH JRNY ICR HESCITNG A FUGITIVE
Lfl " h . it will be remembered that on the
ITfl r'ih of September last, a slave named "Little
i'),,," was arrested in Oberlin, Ohio, by U.
g 1 burnt V Marshal Lowe, of Colnmbns, by
of ii warrant issued U. S. Commissioner
* I * tendon, of the Southern District of Ohio
§ll 1 ... the instance of Anderson D. Jennings—
j I deputed agent of the owner, John G. 13a
lioth residents of Mason county, Kentucky
?1 c . inl o day a mob of the citizens of Oberlin
I rai-ed to prevent the execution of the pro
• I bv the Marshal, and the negro was res
ill lat Wellington, a few miles from Oberlin.
r I citizen 3 of the latter place held a glorifi
l 0 n meeting, and determined to resist, for
the" future, any and every attempt to arrest a
ro at Oberlin. The recollection of the af
fair has mostly died away, but its history is rc
. 1 ; vc j bv the recent act of the United States
J ilMurl Jnrv at Cleveland, who have brought
II l j Jc j r labors to ft close by finding true bills
a rainsl thirty-seven of the ringleaders in this
affairs, including the Rev. Henry Peek I'ro-
I • -or in Oberlin College, the Ilcv. James M.
pitch, formerly Missionary to Jamaica, several
theological students, five fugitive slaves, and
thirty other citizens of all colors.
The two clergymeu and eleven others, are
I indicted for aiding and abetting the rescue of
the negro, and the remaining twenty-four are
indicted for the rescue itself. It is surmised
that whatever course the white men and free
negroes may adopt in regard to exposing tliem-
I wires to trial, the fugitive slaves among the
indicted will at least disappear from the scene
and take the underground railroad for some
more secure retreat. — Commercial Advertiser.
A TRAGERV — SAD EFFECT OF PASSION
some twelve or fourteen years ago, Harlow
J Case was a respectable and esteemed citizen of
Buffalo. He held the place of Assistant Post
master u'der Mr Dorshcimer, and was for
I many years intrusted with the most important
duties of the office. A member of one of the
of th" Uuptist Churches, upright in every walk
of lile, married ami the father of a family, lie
seemed to be as firm in the straight forward
paths of virtue as any other. Removing to
Sandusky, Ohio, lie received the appointment
of Collector of the Port under Mr Fillmore.
The appointment was one universally approved
ami the numerous friends of Case, in this city,
were rejoiced at his success in life. While
li. 'ding that office, he was intimate in the family
of a Mr F., one of his assistants, Mrs. F. was
voung, beautiful, impassioned, and a fatal at
tachment grew up between the two, which re
mained unsuspected until the truth was made
known by the sudden elopement of Case with
Mr--. F., and the simultaneous discovery that
he had absconded with government funds to the
amount of some $44,000. From that time for
word nearly all traces of the guilty party was
lost. The family of Case, bereaved and be
trayed remained hopeless in their grief. Mr.
1\ engaged in a long, but fruitless chase of the
fugitives. And now from off the sea come tid
ings, a broken, half told story of lonely wan
derings in foreign lauds ; a full recital of n
, never-failing remorse, with pitiful and solitary
deaths in tar away islands and on the far away
waters of the Indian Ocean. Both victims of
unhallowed passion are asleep--the mother in
the groves of Ceylon, the little child in the coral
forests of the sea. The betrayer still wanders
the earth, the heavy hand of an avenging God
upon him, and sends to his abandoned home
this message of sorrow.— Buffalo Com. Adv.,
A SON or THUNDER. —The Southern Citizen,
the new fire eater's organ, is out at Washing
ton. It thus announces its terrible intentions.
We devote it to the support of the Southern
cause—the Southern cause in that form which
onr enemies,call extreme, ultra, aggressive, Ac.,
and to save trouble, and let our whole hand at
once,'what wc require ou the part of the South
First. Repeal of all laws prohibiting the
foreign slave trade, or imposing penalties there
Second. Repeal of the law abolishing the
slave trade in the District of Columbia.
Third. Absolute resistance to everything in
the nature of a Compromise between North
Fourth. Peremptory demand fur the inter
vention of Congress, President and Supreme
Court for slavery in all Territories, the moment
u laveholder brings his slave there. Jn other
word-, intervention by the authorities to sus
tain the law and prevent robbery.
These are the days of political quackery, and
lie fares best who makes the ugliest mouths
and biggest talk.
dSr The escape of the fillibuster steamer
Susan, from Mobile, with one hundred and
fortv " emigrants," was in consequence of the
revenue cutter McClelland, sent in pursuit,
having got a ground in Navy Cove.
BBtf-J'" DONATION There will be donation for the
tfcilsr benefit of the llcv. E. F- ROBERTS ami family
at the Methodist Parsonage in Home, FRIDAY, DEC- JO,
IS afternoon and evening. All ate invited.
By odhr-ef Committee, J. H. IfOQDY.
NEW YEAR'S BALI-—The plenmire of yoitr
liisflf self ami l.ady is most cordiallv solicited to at
t- i a NEW YEAR'S BALL, at the MYERS HOUSE,
M but. Pa., on FRIDAY EVENING, DEO 31,1858. Mu
tie KENDALL'S FUEL BAND. Hill $2.
D. MYERS, Proprietor.
rARZVT FOR SALS.
JMJUUL CHESTER PIERCE, in Wysox, Bradford
County, I'a., wishing to retire on account of
feeble health, front the care of his farms, of.
fers them with all their impro-.cments for sale;
-ft ,i they are pleasantly situated in Wysox. oppo
site l!oivm ill's eddy, one mile and a quarter from Townn
dn Bridge. (ontaining seventy acres each, of fertile land
all improved and in a good state of cultivation, each hav
ing' infortable dwellings, barns, granery and apple or
chard thereon, together forming a completely furnished,
comfortable, pleasant and retired farm residence, and if
applied for soon will Is- sold at a bargain. For further
part', ulars apply to CHESTER FIERCE living near the
premises. * Wysox, Dec. 7, 1858.
' ZVEERRIT CHRISTMAS."
A| ARSH & CO.. OF ELM IIIA INTEND
gii nig their customers a benefit, in the shape of ex
tra bargains, in Shawls, Silk, Dress Goods, Embroideries,
Jewelry, Fancy Goods, and many other fancy art icles for
' hristuios Gifts,give them a call, secure a bargain, and
Uiake s'due fond heart glad. Remember No. 5, Union
Block, Hlmira. X. Y.
h "HAPPY KEW YEAR."
O YOU INTEND TO MAKE YOUII
Wife, your Sister, your Cousin, your Sweetheart, or
ay dear friend, a nice present on New Year's Day ! If
let us advise you to make a selection from the splendid
•tock now on exhibition at MARSH A CD's., Elmira,
• N Y. Dec. U.
ARE CONTINUALLY SHOWING
- * great bargains in Dry Goods, and to the question
"I " where did you get them ?" The answer invariably
'•■t MARSH A COd., Elain, X. Y.
f A DIES' WORSTED HOODS AND
-R A ZKI'HI R WORSTED, a new stipplv just received br
I>v 1L S. MERUUR.
• WESLEY AN FAIR. The m.r rubers and friends
EJiV ol the " First Wcsleyau Methodist Church o!
this boro, will hold a FAIR for the Itenelitof naidchureh
on the evening of THURSDAY, DECEMBER, :io, l-;,-.
There is a debt of two hundred and sixty dollars again.- 1
said Church, and it is for the purpose of procuring means
. to pay it off that this Fair is to be held, and we earnest
j ly appeal to the friends of humanity for help in this time
of great need, we are few in number and very poor, it
r has been some time since we have called upon our white
) friends for help, and we now beg their aid; tbev have
_ never turned a deaf ear to our wants and we trust thev
will not do so now. We hope that public confidence is
- not shaken in us,we are in your midst and are striving in
. our humble sphere to do good,to live soberly, industrious
ly and righteously before God, and we trust no one can
say our Church has not done a full share of her mission in
- this community. Her Sabbath schools and day schools
have done a great amount of good, the Chnreh and Salt
bath school lias never been in a better spiritual condition
. than at present.
Friends ot the oppressed and downtroden race, to yon
. we appeal for aid, for the few who are with you in this
community, in their efforts to elevate and better the con
i dition of their race,—Remember that "he who giveth to
the poor giveth to the Lord." God loves the cheerful giv
er. Contributions will be received at the Barber's Shop
- ill the basement of the Ward House, and the amount Uulv
The Church books can be found there open to the iq
' speetion of all who wish to examine them
; Towanda, Nov. 30,1858. SOLOMON COOPER,
i ■ "810 STOCK"
- riOOD ASSORTMENT, NEW GOODS,
Rest Styles, and low prices, at MARSII A CO'S.,Xo.
j •>, I tin Block, Elmira. N*. Y.
[ THE GROVER & BAKER
SEWING MACHINE COMPANY.
! 495 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
HAVING greatly increased their facilities
for manufacturing IhcuCtltbratid Family Machines,
| with all the recent improvements, have reduced their pri
ces, and offer for sale
A NEW STYLE M ACHINE. I'RTCE $5O.
It is no longer questioned that the-,e Machines are the
best in use for family sewing. They Hem, Fell, Gather,
anil Stitch in the most superior manner; and are the only
j machines in the market that are so well and simply made,
| that they may be sent into families with no other instruc
i lions than are contained in a circular which accompanies
i each Machine, and from which a a child of ten years may
readily learn how to use them, and keep them in order.
They make upwards of FIFTEEN HUNDRED STITt lIES I
. A MINUTE, and will do the sewing of a family cheaper |
than a seamstress can do it, even if she works at the rate ;
of one cent an hour. Ts there a husband, father, or bro- !
flier in the United States, who will permit the drudgery ,
of hand sewing in his family, when a GroverA Baker Ma- j
chine will do it better, more expeditiously, and cheaper |
than it can possibly be done by hand. Send for a cin-u-|
lar. For sale bv .1. M. ROBINSON, Lake St., Elmira,and t
F. B. ('HANDLER, Moutroae.
Susquehanna Collegiate Institute,
TUH'AXDA, BRADFORD CO., PA.
i DAVID CRAFT, A. 8.. Principal, Professor of Ancient
' j Languages and Mental and Moral Science :
i OLIVER S. DEAN, A. 8., Professor of Mathematics ]
l and Natural Science.
i WM. T. lIORTOX. Master of the English Department. ■
Mrss A. ELIZA FRITCHER, Preceptress :
. MISS o. LOUISA JEXKS, Instructor ou Piano, and of
Mr. CANFIKI.D DAYTON, Steward.
! The Winter Term commences on December Ist. and
will continue 14 weeks, exclusive of a week's vacation at
KX'rKV-KS rr.K TKlllf.
Payable invariably iu advance, or one half on entering
the .school, and one half at the middle of the term—Fuel
and contingencies included :
j Primary, per term, $ 4 00
Preparatory, ii 00
Higher, Ist year, per term 7 00
• Higher, Ist and '-'< l year, per term 800 I
; Classical, Ist year, per term 700 I
Classical, 2d and 3d year, per term, s 00 I
' Collegiate, per term 10 00,
N. B. Pupils will be classed by the most advanced j
branch they rcsjtectivelv pursue.
Pupils using scholarships are charged ?1 per term for I
uel and contingents : for instrument ou which to take
lessons, 50c, or for practice $2,00.
French $5 no 1
Drawing 3 00 |
• Tuition ou Piano Forte with use of Instrument,... 12*00 j
do do per quarter of 11 weeks... 10 00 1
Board in the Institute, per week, including fuel and
I light 2 00 |
I Washing, tier dozen, 3" j
No scholar, whose ,-.areiils or guardians shall reside ,
I within two miles of the In.-titute shall be admitted to tui- ;
tioii therein upon any permanent scholarship rented or j
loaned by such pupil, his or her parent or guardian.
: a#"For further particulars inquire of the principal.
' SELECT SCHOOL
For Young- Ladies.
MISS MARY' E. CBI'BBUCK wonlil respectfully give j
notice that she will open a S< lect School for S outig
- Ladies and Misses, in the room formerly occupied by the |
Miss HANSONS, to commence on MONDAY'. August 23. ,
A limited number only will be taken.and Mi-s ('. Hat
' ters herself that from long experience in teaching, she
I will he enabled to do justice to the scholars confided to
> TKKM.S, TEB qr-ABTMB OF 11 WKKKS I
t First Class —To include the elementary English
, Branches. ' $1 00
Second Class —T include the more advanced En
lisb branches, with Mathematics and Latin, *6 00
Third Class To include Mathematics Moral and
Mental Philosophy, Rhetoric, Botany, Ac.,with
Latin. $7 00 ;
Mu*ir Instruction on the Piano, with use of lnstru- \
, ment per quarter, SH); French, per teriu, $3, and Draw- ;
ing $ extra.
Instructions in Vocal Music will be given without extra
Each pupil will be expected to provide herself with a
1 desk and chair.
4iT Any information in reference to this School may
be obtained by applying to H. S. Mercur or E. T. Fox.
Towauda, August 11, 1858.
THE SECOND CONVENTION
Tlie Choral Union Association.
f- WILL BE HELD AT LKRAYSVILI.K. BRAD
&F<)RD COUNTY, COMMENCING TUESDAY,
/'!>!!<'. 21. 1858, at 9 o'clock, A. M>, to continue
'f four days and close with a Concert, Christinas
Eve. at which a selection of new music will I* performed,
the whole to be performed under the direction of Prof.
GEORGE B. LOOM IS. OF NEW YORK CITY.
The session of the Convention will be devoted to the
principles relating to singing, methods of teaching and
I training, and practice of exercises in vocal music by Prof
. LOOM IS.
The " Jubilee and Festival Glee Rook," will be used,
1 with -elections from other musical works those having
the above named bonks will please bring them- those who
have not can obtain tbcia of the Committee, at the Con
vention, at the publisher'.- prices.
The high reputation of Prof. LOOM IS as a performer
of Vocal Music, anil the success which has attended his
former efforts in conducting Ma-ical Conventions, gives
assurance that this will be one of superior prntit and plea
sure to those attending. Arrangements have been made
hv the Committee, to furnish all members from a distance
with good accommodation, at reasonable prices.
A OMISSION TO THE WHOLE COTRSE :
GENTI.EMEN $1 "0
L.A OIKS 50
Bv order of the Committee of Arrangements.
I.eßaysville, N 0V.29,1h58. G. W. BRINK, Sec.
New Fall and Winter Goods!
HUMPHREY 6l WICSHAM
VllE now receiving a very large ami desira
ble ass irtmeut of Goods suitable fur the sea- ,
comprising almost t-verv article wanted in the line ot
Drv Goods—such as Sheetings, Shirtings, Drillings,
Ticking, Denims, Cotton Yarn, Butts, Wieking, Twine.
Calicoes, Ginghams, Broadcloths, Cassinicres, Satinet ts, |
Kentucky Jeans, Vesting-, Ladies I Ire— Goods iu varic- j
ty. Crockery, Shetland Yarn, Family Groceries, Hard- j
ware, ll.its and Caps, a large assortment. The usual
large stock ot Boots and Shoes, of great variety iu sty le
and prices, both eastern and home manufacture. A very
large stock of Sole and Upper Leather, Kip and Call
Skin-, both French and American, Linings, Shoe thread
and Peg-, a large stock of Lasts. Boot Trees, Crimps,
Ac., Wooden and Tin Ware. Ac., Ac., which we offer to
our numerous patrons and friends, and to tlie public
' generally, for C ASH or County Produce, at price- which
cannot tiiil to plc-c. We respectfully invite the attention
of buyers before purchasing elsewhere. Cash paid for
Hides A Skins.
Towanda. Oct. 4, 18.58.
Gilt and Rosewood Mouldings!
\ LARGE ASSORTMENT, for Portrait and Picture
Frames, lax.kiugGlasses- Looking Glass Plate-,and
French Picture Glass of all sizes. Frames and Looking j
Gla-ses made to order, at prices to suit the times.
tts' Ready made coffins, of tine lini.-h.and different ;
sizes, with a good hear.-e, ready at all times. Low prices i
and terms easy.
Towand a, o. t. 20. 1858. CHESTER WELLS.
K\V and fashionable Hat and Caps, Boots j
and Shoes, great assortment received nt
s. pt. 28, l MEBCtTR'B.
/ HtOCKERY and Glass ware, a new assort
meat now opening at MERCI R S.
HOUSE KEEPING GOODS at regular
iiiutsh detvn prices, M MARSH A COS.
STATEMENT of the nmotint, deseription and vtiltu- ol UKAL AND
I bOPKU I 4 , Trades, Professions and Oeeiquitious, <MTice and I'osU of Profit, Money at Interest, Notes, Judg
ments. Mortgages. Ac., Gold I. ver, Silver Lever and Gold Watches, Silver Watches valued at over twenty dollars,
Ac.. Ac., a- returned by the several Assessors of Bradford County, for A. D. Is 5!.
, " 'zz -g s S c Hi c. 7. x
f S. 2 fesasg -3 I :ES |g 2^7H7
S, Townships - I r-S.|| -ig. E-n
Z? , S- E. 7= S." or 2.z~1* -■ 1 2." is
P -T Occ. oi't
f Boroughs. ; | ; g 2 2,1 ; fJs?p* C f
- • *r- .' *7r - --. x, .►—ss j• 2 Ej !
87 Armenia $11,540 $f, , >74
223 Asylum 43,'Jl'J B,i)'.cj $3 700 2:0 !! !! 1
234 Albany 47,375 t),l;5
405 iAthens Township 274.331 22,855 5.400 .... .... .. 2
IGI ' Athens Boro 102,032 5,125 1,000 2'30 .... .... .. 13
240 Burlington 84.000 11,135 360 200
187 Burlington Went 75,501 8,115 .... ....
47 Burlirgtou Boro 15,844 2,308 1,000 50 .... .'. 3
380 Canton 1 ti'J.22o 10.255 2,100 70 "
203 Columbia 158,257 17.307 330 ! 545 .... .... .. . [ ['
152 Durell 81,516 11,059 .... ! .... .... .... .. " !
15$ Franklin 38,489 0,552 j 100
265 Granville 45,470 11.444 4.400 I 290 . " '5
202 j Henick 59,131 3,551 j 2,100 ! ii
232 j Litchfield 61,338 10,280 2,000 i 20 i
134 Leruy 62,889 9,694 95 i 1
210 Monroe Township 91,495 100,93 I 500
55 Monroe Boro 14,493 3,406 j 604 .... .... .... 1
310 Orwell 121.555 15.T12 2,700 535 .... !! 5 ' 3
81 Overton 21.103 3,368 I 35
361 Pike 153,870 24,720 ! 5,-17 405 . '4
2-1 ! Rome 30,412 1 1,503 .... .... ..
335 Ridgbury 83,362 16,161 600 110 .... .... .. .. 1
173 >outli Creek 65,468 7,830 612 .... .... ....
174 j Standing Stone 71,280 3,765 50 j .... 500
431 pSmithfield 163,674 21,306 6,037 275 .... .. 3 '
405 iSpringtield 133,541 20,132 1,337 3>5
62 jSylvania Boro 17.650 2.261 1.420 100 .... .... ..II
313 iriicshequin 141,230 15,361 200 940 .... .... 2 1 '
114 'Towanda Township.... 76,356 8 928 1,400 100 ....
lis j Towanda North 44,946 5,410 I 150 1 1 ]*
294 j Towauda Boro 146,930 18,285 16,600 585 1900 800 26 13 !!
199 j uscarora 77,589 13,463 ....
292 'Troy Township 167,503 17,849 1,650 425 . . 3
170 ! I'roy Boro 57,107 6,525 2,400 .... 200 .. $
203 Ulster 8.5,43 s 10,620 1,200 .... 0
342 Warren 136,760 17,147 5,850 .... .. .. "
255 | Windham 105,515 I 18.377 2.785 .... .... .. ..
270 Wyalusing 99.234 i 13,290 500 170 100 ..14 1
258 | Wynox 117,390 ! 14,712 1,300 4 '
-"'6 1 W.lls 86,210 ! 16.154 2,150 75 I .. "
| 225 jWiluiot 57,956 | 8,245 $0 j 100 .. j ..
BRADFORD COUXTP, SS —We the undersigned, Commissioners of said County, do hercbr certify,
1 L. S. the above to be a true and correct statement of the returns made by the several Asses-orsof Bradford County
j— 1 — for the year l\Vj, ami we also give notice that we will meet at the Commissioners Office, in Towando, upon
I TUESDAY, the 28th day ot December, 18.55. for the perposc of revising tuid equalizing said a.—c.-incut.
Civeu under our hand- und itllicial seal, at Towauda, this 6th day ot December, A. D 185s.
D. SILLEY. )
I). DEt'KER, Commissioners.
Attest E. B. COOLBAUOH, Clerk. I*. H. BUCK. )
" THE WORLD BEAT."
I TIS CO X c !•: DEI) TIIA 1' MAIIS II A CO.,
, A OF KI.M IRA, can, and do be lt all competitors iu-ell
! ing Embroideries, Collars, Sleeves, Bands, Flouncing-,
j Edging-, Insert ill gs, Ac., cheap, at
Dee. 7. 1-58. NO. 5. UNION Bf/>CIC
" LEGAL INTEREST."
TUIE LEGAL INTEREST OX MONEY
I JL is from 6to 7 per cent, per annum, who therefore,
would pay 15 per cent, more for GOODS on cred
, it tnan tlicy can buy the -air.e articles for of MARSH A
| CO.. of Elmira, for Cash ? "Ah, that's the question"
j which is daily answered by many who hire money- at
! sinijde interest and buy for < ash tliussaving comf ound in-,
torcst. I)o you ask where Goods can be bought so • heap
for Cash: Our aii-wcr is at MARSH A COS.. No. 5
Union Block, Elmira, X. Y.
OUR WINTER STOCK
IS MOST COMPLETE—CONSISTING
j L of Single and Double Broche Shawls trom $6 to S3O,
■ Single and Double Wool Plaid Shawls from In s. to *6.4,
: Dress Goods of every description, Boy's and Men's Wear
| in every-tyle and qu.ility, from the cheapest Kentucky
| Jean t > the finest Broad Ci.-th, Flannels from 1 a yard
to tin bc-t in the world. Bleached and Brown Muslin
trom 5 cts, to the most, superior grades. Table Cloths. Pi
ano Covers. Dinner Napkins, Tea Doylies, Dama.sk, Tow
ellings. Ho-iery, Gloves. Mittens, Gauutletts, and in fact
1 everything that a rational hitman being can desire to find
j in a first class Dry Good- Store, at MARSH A GO'S.,
No. 5, Union Block, Elmira, X. Y.
\ T.TI CUSTOMERS FROM A DIS
a. V I A\'< 'H uho trade at M ARSiI A< > F.S., in El tnira.
! will have their expenses more than paid on what they
i save in the price of Goods. Hundreds of persons have
I tried it to their entire satisfaction. Try it on. come and
j see us, buy twenty dollars worth of us. and if you don't
j find it MI, your expenses will all be paid in cash by
I7 M ACO S., N0.5, Union Block.
1 T>RADFORD COUNTY IS WELL RE
LV p c-entcd at Marsh A Co'-., iu Eliuira, where they
jgo to trade every day. at Do. .7. No. li, Union Block. "
FTUIE OXYGENATED BITTERS—FOR
I the cure of J:ysj>epsia or indigestion. I.irer ' cm-
I'lni'd, Asthma. ('ostireness. or loss of Appitilr. Fiver
and Ague, Heart lhirn, ll'ater /hash. Aridity. Sen
Sirhness S, in icy. Xuusca, Headache. Fnnui. cinel licit
rial Dehitily, or any di.-ea.ie having its origin in imper
The-c Bitters, a- all classes of our fellow citizens.inclu
ding Mcnibi is of ('ongrc-s. Eawycrs, Phy ians. Clergy
men, Planters, Farmers ami other-, testify. ; re the only
safe, certain, and sovereign specific for the immediate re
lief and permanent cure of the many cruel ( .plaints
i which iu some phase or other of Dyspepsia a!b...L cm
The-c Bittn s were discovered by Dr. Geo. B. Green,
I and in their formula differ entirely from that of any other
preparation of i.n di, inc. Containing no alcohol no min
eral no poison- no noxious drug in their nature tonic,
not stimulating retaining tin ir virtm -in any climejthev
are a "c unbinatioti and a form indeed*' of medicine which
know s no rival in exterminating disease and restoring tlie
system to it- pristine vigor and health. No matter of
h >w long standing, or however induced or chronic iu its
character the disease may be- ic> matter that it has baf
tled the skill of the physician, and resisted the efforts of
Medicine, a single trial of these Bitter- will satisfy the
sufferer that his di-ea-e is amenable to the pr|M*r remedy.
In testimony of the many cures effc. ted by this Reme
[ <ly reference is had to the written certificates from distin
guished individuals known ail over the land.
UK All THK FOLLOWING i.KTTKU I
Itic-HFonn. Tioga Co., Aug. 25, 1858.
MESSr.s. Sf.TII W. FOWI.k A ('<). GENTLEMEN Af
ter suffering for over thirty years with Dyspepsiu.und try
ing many remedies recommended for that di-casc with
out any good result, 1 was in luced by Dr. F. 11. White
to give the t 'xygcnati ii Bitters a trial. Two bottle- gave
me much relief aud two more completely cured me. i am
now si venty-tive years old and for the !a-t three months
have felt no inconvenience from anything 1 have eaten.
1 take great pleasure in recommending the Oxygenated
Bitters to all who are suffering with a like disease.
Mi— Mary A. Snovcr, ot Covingtoiip ud Mis- Catharine
Beck, of Liberty, have experienced wonderful cure- ft<■.n
the Oxygenated Bitters, s. w. FOWLK 4 CO., pr prie
tors, Bo.it ill. For sale by their agent- < verywln re.
An ENTS : l'atton A I'avne and II C.Portcr, Towamla -.
S. W. AD. F. Potneroy, 11 y ; Dr. E. P. Allen, Smith
field; T.Mather A Co., Ulster : G. A. Perkias, Athens;
J. F. Long, Burlington. Dec. 7. ls.'iS
STRAYED.—Came to the enclosure of the
setiscrilier in Asylum, on or about the Ist of
Ti_../LT''!'!' "il it la -t.a Wliiti Spotted 1 EAlil.lNG
HEIFER. The owner of which i- n-dnested to prove pro
perty. pay charges, and take her away.
Nov. 12. 1758. GEORGE If. PRESTON.
N'OTICE. The Annual Meeting <f the
StiK-kliolders of the Bradford It tilro.td A (,'oal C'oni-
I pnny, for ELECTION of DIRIJ'TDItS.and forsiu-h other
I business as may come up before them, will bo held on
Wednesday, the 22d day December next, at 12 o'clock
um n, at the Merchant's Ex Tiauge. Philadelphia <'ity,
room number 21, tip stair . ABR. R. PERKINS,
Philadelphia. Nov. 11. 1-58. President.
rnilE CREDIT SYSTEM NOT ENTIRE-
I. LY EXPLODED. Wc would say to our prompt pay
ing Customers that we are still selling Goods on a credit
of Six Months, and that we are receiving large supplies
iiy railroad and canal weekly, and our prices will compare
fav'.rahlv with our cash receiving neighbors.
THE WHOLESALE FEATURE of their concern is
-till continued, and small parcels, lor Cash will he sold at
ONE BOAT LOAD OF IRON AND NAILS just re
reived from the Duncanun Iron Work- which will be add
to the trade at city prices including freight. Let us pa
tronize the manufacture of our own State.
Nov. 21, I*sB. MQXTAXVES.
i ( 10TTEN, LINEN AND MARSEILLES
j Shirt Bosoms, at No. 1, Patton s Block.^
| OOLE ANI) UPPER LEATHER, at
I kJ ROCKWELL'S, cut. Main A Bridge sta. Patton's
i Block. Nor. U.
M ACKINAW TROUT, WHITE FISH,
. Blue Fish. M ickerel and Codfish, at No. 1, I'attou's
I Block. Nov. 24.
T)ROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS,
J No. '.'4. at HOCKWEIX'S.
EN'TL EM EN'S SHAWLS.—DoubIe and
\T Sin -lc Broche, Blaulret, Mantle, and Misses Shawls,
Nov. -1. at W. A. ROCKWELLS.
! A D -MINISTR ATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
! PA. is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
j t;ite of Samuel Satterlee dec'd.Jnte of Sniithtield township,
arc requested to make payment without delay ; and all
persons having claims against said estate, must present
them duly authenticated, to the subscriber.
COXST AX T M AITII IIWSO X,
Nov. 24,1858. Administrator.
A DMIX ISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
I P\. is hereby given, that all p.rsons indebted to the e
l tate of CLAKKISSA GRACE, dee'd.. lata of Springfield,
j are hereby requested to make payment without de
lay; and ail persons having claims av.* hist said estate will
please present them duly authenticated lor settlement.
! 11. S. G ROVER,
Dec. 14, 1858. Administrator deiwiiis noil.
• IpXECUTOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice is bare*
! a J by given that all persons indebted to tho estate of
j DA 4 ID 1*1,4 4 I'OOT late of sVtheu.s towuship.dec'd, must
make immediate payment, and all persons having de
mauds against said estate, will present them duly authen
ticated for settlement.
i Pec. l,ls'. Executor.
1 DM INISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
i PA. is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate ot .losiali lb'-worth d c'd, late of Pike twp., are re
quested to make payment without delay : and all persons
having claims against said estate, must present them duly
authenticated for settlement, to the subscribers.
Oct. 10, 1858. Administrator.
i DMIXISTRATOR'S SA EE.—By virtue
' PA. of an order issued out of the Orphans' Court in and
i for the county of Bradford will be sold at public auction
jon the 11th day of PKCE.MHEP. lsj.B. at 2 o'clock.P.M..
at the Athens Exchange in 'Athens boro". the following
! described pieces or parcels of laud, to wit : one piece sit
uate in Athens twp.. hounded north by lands of Warren
King and Jerome White, west by land of John Morley,
soutli by laud of William Underwood, east by land of Al
vin Morley. Containing seventy-live acres. And the oth
er piece situate in Litchfield twp.. bounded north by laud
of Cyrus Merrill, east by lands ot Stephen Evans and A.
Baldwin, south by land of O. Carncr. west by land of
Thomas Mann. Containing about eighty acres. Terms
made known on day of sale. AI.MIRA OXAN.
Athena, Nov. 16,1844, Adui'x. John Onuu.d<ic'd.
New Hooks and Stationary !
IS X()W replenishing his Stock for the winter schools.
Xov. 24. lSjs.
Tu cw Cook Stove for Coal.
| r PI!E XEW EiGI.E COOK STOVE FOB BURNING
1 I COAL Believed t<> he superior to any COOK STOVE
' heretofore offered in this vicinity, now ready for exhibi
tion or sale at the EAGLE WORKS. Purchasers need
not he reminded of the advantages of hnving a Stove
where it is made. O. 1). BAKTLETT.
Towanda. Xov 24, 1858.
; OARCLAY R. R. & COAL COMPANY.
-U—Retail prices of Coal at Towanda per ten :
Ll'Ml' COAI.. SMITH COAL.
By the single ton $2,25. #2,00.
Alter the lirst of December COAL will be delivered in
town, at the door, at 25 cents per load.
COAL is sold, for cash only, at the office of the Rail
road < 'ompany, in Ration's Block.comer of Main A Bridge
Streets, (second story); also at the store of O. D. BART
LETT. ' JAMES MACFARI.AXE.
Towanda, Xov. 24. 1858. tlcn'l Superintendent
GREAT INUNDATION 1!
j ~Yo J j ires Last, but Crinoline greatly en do n
gerrd by the Hush of Customers ot No. /,
Button's Bloc!;, occasioned by the arriral of
New Winter Goods,
WHICH WILL BE SOLD CHEAP, CHEAPER, CHEAPEST!
\yiLLTAM A. ROCKWELL lias just
? returned from the city with an unusually large and
carefully selected assortment of Winter Goods", to which
hi invite-: your attention, his stock of Dili' COOPS arc
of the latest styles, and unrivaled ill cheapness and excel
lence. 11 is ('■ ROCERiESare ot the choicest kind 2 and in
ondics-i variety. Hi- la; -fock of ROOTS Jc SHOES are
not t i be surpassed bv any in the county
Tie attention of HOUSE KEEPERS is particularly in
vite I t..hisa-s rtnient of CROCKERY. C.LABS WARE.
FIX V 44 OO'oE.V W A RE, Carpeting*. Curtain Draperies,
and House furnishing Hoods gene, ally .all of whichwill be
sold at pr '-s which cannot fail toplea-e the mo-t difficult.
44 OUSTED PLAID, 44'00i Deiaiines, DeLain Robes.
Bine Polka Delatius, at No. 1 Ration's Block.
nRKSS TRIMMINGS, CHENILLE,
Velvet Ribbons. Tassels, Acorn Buttons, Bonnet
Rilih'ins, flowers and Baches .at 4V.A. ROCK WELL'S.
LATHERS. —An elecrnut assortment of
- Black. 44'hite, Crimson and Fancy Plumes, at
Nov. 24. 4V. A. ROCK 44 ELL'S.
9( \r\ LBS. LIVE GEESE LEATHERS.
' '' " of superior quality, for sale at the Stove and
Hardware Store of Xov .9 D.C.HALL.
QTO YES FOR SALE.—A Second Hand,
Xo. 10, " ijuecn ot the 4Ve.-t'' C'OOKIXti STOVE. I
in good condition -also a Sheet-iron Air Tight STO 4'E [
—will he sold cheap. Apply at this office. Xov. 10,1858. i
I>ROCHE SHAWS.—Great Banruins may !
Ih* I)nl at tlie K\l\ STONE STORK, tliis work, in
Broche Shawls Iwmght from a bankrupt importer at half j
their value. Ladies will timl this a rare opportunity as a '
part of this lot are of a finer quality than has ever liefore 1
been brought to this market ; also a large lot of plaid and I
round corner 4Vool Shawls, just received at prices below |
what has been bitbereto oftitiL Oct. 25. j
IT A DIES' i >OE GAUXTLETTS—The '
I IJt "Piccolomini Style,"' has been received, and is now
j tur sale at the 0ct.25. KEYSTONE STORK.
I n ENTS FURNISHING GOODS —A
j ® large lot of Marsailles and Linen Shirt Bosoms and j
Collars, Brocade Silk and 4Vorsted Scarfs, of new and !
beautiful styles. Cravats, Gloves. 44'001-Sliirts and Draw
ers, at prices below any (foods of the quaiity ever offered •
in Towanda. just received at the
Oct. 25,1858. KEYSTONE STORE.
C CRUBISIXG BRUSHES, MOP STICKS
O Baskets, Grain Measures, Pails, Tubs, Patent Rat
Traps, Ac-, at Nov. 2. FOX'S.
NEW ARRANGeiENT !
The subscriber would most respectfully retnni the pub
lic liis sincere thanks for the lilieral patronage he lias re
ceived (or the last eighteen years, which time he has de
voted to the mercantile business in To wan da and the ad
joining town, and from the experience lie has had, he is
now prepared at his new quarters
NO. 3, PATTOK'S BLOCK,
Next door to Potion 4- Payne a Lrvft Store,
To sell floods to his old Customers, and others who wish
to give him a call, at least 25 per cent cheaper than can
Is- had at any other store in Towunda Borough. All that
lie asks is a careful examination of his floods, which were
purchased in New York and lMiiUdclphia,at .notion and
of the iiianiifacturrrs.conaeqncntly more (foods can he had
of him lor less money than at any nthcnplacc. lie wants
it distinctly understood that his (foods will he sold in fu
ture; for CASH, or most kinds of Produce.
StT Don't forget the plaee.N'o. It. PATTOX'S BI.OCK,
between the Drug A ( kithing Store. CASH paid for
drain and (lood Shingles.
Towanda, Oct. l'.i. J. HARVEY PHINXKY. jr.
IPIKE ASSORTMENT PAR AM ETAS,.
Figure and Plain DeLaines, from 12 to 2."> cents, at
Oct. Ift. Kls, PHIXXKY'S.
BONNET RIBBONS, FLOWERS
liroche Cloaks, Raglans and Shawls from 11.2.1 to
j 112. at PHIXXKY'S.
i TJGRINGES, LACES, VELVET RIBBONS
A Buttons, Braid. Ac., at PHIXXKY'S.
! I7MBROIDERED COLLARS, HAM)
I AJ KERCHIEFS, Maraailes Sleeves and fyuilts.ehcap at
Oct. 19,1869. I'll INN FY'S.
SHETLAND YARN, EMBROIDERY
I kJ SIf.K and Zephyr Worsted, at PHIXXKY'S.
; DRI NTS—-3000 YARDS OF EXTRA
I A. (JL'ALITY, for 5 cents, and any quantity from uf to
12 cents, at PHIXXKY'S.
DOMESTIC GOODS >r n descriptions,
Ticks. Denims, Drills, Sheeting, Stripe Sheeting,
| .leans, Sattinett, C'assimeru Cloths, Ac., cheap for Headv
Bay, at PHIN'XKY S.
QUGARS of nil kiiuls, COFFEE, TEA,
j k J Molasses, Syrups, Fish, liice, and Tobaeco.alwavs on
I lutnd, at PHIXXKY'S.
"VTAILS, GLASS, OIL, PUTTY, SASH,
It Crockery, Drugs and Dyes, cheap for Beady l'av.at
No. 3, PATTOX'S BLOCK.
Oct. 19,1859. J. HARVEY PHIX.VEY. jr.
O/ W J BOXES OF GLASS 7X9 to 15x30
OAR f 200 Btds Salt : 150 Bids Solar Salt : 300 Bids
l.imc and Water Cement ; Oakum hy the Bhl or pound ;
l'iteh hy the Bid or II*.: llosin by the hid or lb ; Tar by
the bid or gallon. Just received and for sale cheap at,
Oct. 19,1858. TRACY A M'HtRE.
THRESH RAISINS AND CURRANTS,
A at Foya.
STICKS of all kinds, Ground and Whole ;
also. Mustard Seed, Caraway and Celery Seed, at
Nov. 2,1868. POX'S.
PORN STARCH, TAPIOCA. FARINA,
IMV_V Iliee Flour, Baker's best, Cocoa and Chocolate, at
N >v. 2. FOX'S.
"ACKEREL. No. 1, 2 and 3, PICKLED
- SII AD and Codli-.li, at FOX'S.
LW.MILY GROCERlES— lncluding al
j 1. most every article in that line required in any family
for sale cheap, at FOX'S.
| yM'UARS of every prude, Raw and Refined,
IkA Syrup and Molasses, and the best Tea in in town, at
Nov. 2. FOX'S. _
I / \LD JAVA AND RIO COFFEE, PURE
V / (Iron d Java Coffee, (Irecn Tea at .'>o cents per lb.,
as good as can lie bought at other places for 75 cents, at
Nov. 2. FOX'S.
BLACK, DRAB & BROWN LADIES'
CLOTH, at No. 1, Patten's Block.
UOODS AND ILIGGOLETTS, at
Nov. 24. ROCKWELL'S.
BUFFALO ROBES for sale, andanvquan
tityof FI BS WA.XTKD.at ROCKWELL'S.
OC&BaZIN ES k ALPACAS iu all grades
U freia 1 - 'id to 12s a yard, at
M A BSD A C'O'S.
XTRACTS for flavoring, for sale cheap
£j at FOX'S.
IJRESII BUTTER k SODA CRACKERS
JL at Nov. 2. I OX'S.
I > ARAM AT AS k MERIXOES from ls6d
J- a yard to the best grades, iu all colors, at
MARSH A COE.
UTS AND CANDY, at WHOLESALE
if very low, at FOX'S.
1 TENTH ACT <>F I, KM()S, ROSE VA N
AJ ILL A, and Almond, at FOX'S.
HOOP SKIRTS from lis each, to Doug'a
A Sherwood's best, at
MARSH A DO'S.
M YEU'S_M IL LS.
rpHK undersigned having purchased the above well
1 known mills and attached to it u Steam Engine, and
also put every thing connected with it in perfect repair,
with all the modern improvements now in use in lirst
class Flouring Mills—would respectfully stdicit the pa
tronage .if the community trusting that the reputation
the mill i. heretofore borne-may not suffer in the hands
of the new linn. It shall he our aim to do all work en
trusted to u> promptly and in the best possible m nner.
Customers from a distance may rely upon having their
work done at once, so as to make but one trip " to mill.''
Mr. FIR IST will continue to give his own person i! at
tt ntion to the business at the mill.
( ASH paid for all kinds of DRAIN : also Flour. Meal
and Feed for sale at the lowest market prices.
MYKR, FROST A CO.
ISAAC MYKR I. >. FUOST K. T. COX.
NORTH TCWANUA. Oet.fi. HAsi.
THE LATE3T NEWS
By the Atlantic Telegraph
FROM ELM IRA.
\ T KWS has just come to hand that MARSH A CO.. of
No. 5, I'XIOX BLOCK. KLMIIIA. have re. vised pet
Express during the last few days direct from the metron
lis. over ten thousand dollars worth of SPLENDID NEW
FALL C.OODS ot the very latest importations and nest
desirable styles, consisting of just everything. to which
the attc ution of close e ish buyers is particularly invited.
•' A word to the wise is snllieient." Let all read their
advertisement of New Hoods daily and weekly, and go
see ami judge whether or no 20 per rent, ran he saved b\
buying i>ry Goods of M ARSH A CO.,
No. 5, Uhion Block. Elmira. X. Y.
lANNI ANN ELS. From Is a yard to the very
best in the market, at
MARSH A CO'S, Elmira.
DRESS GOODS.— From Gd a yard to sls
a pattern, at
MARSH A CO'S.
BUFFALO ROBES.—TWO doz. Buffalo
Robes, just received and for sale rlteap. at
Nov. 15,1858. POWELL'S KKYSTONK STORK.
IJM'UIT. Fresh Raisins, Zantee Currants,
Prunes, Dried Peaches, Apples and Berries, at
Nov. 24, ROCKWELL'S.
V Splendid assortment of WALL PAPER,
. Nov. 24. at ROCKWEI.L'S.
/ CARRIAGE TRlMMlNGS—consisting of
i \J Woolen and Enameled Cloths. Damaaks, Fringes.
\ I.accs, Ac. Ac., just received and for sale bv
BJ' tctoher 12. 11. S. MF-RCCR.
POLORED, DOUBLE EXTENSION
I \ STEEL HOOP SKIRTS, a new and beautio
' al received at jyis MKBCUR'S.
\S USUAL, a lit rife stock of Domestu
_ floods. Heavy Denims, Sheetings and Tickings.
Bleached and Cnhleacheil Muslins, Irish Linens aud White
(ioods, of every description, at
Sept. 2s. ls.\> MtTtCCIf'S
/ GENTLEMEN'S and Yonth's Eur, Bar-
Bj V I lin and Buck (fauntlets and (Hove,-, at
Sept. IN. |v.,s. MKBCCU'S
ONNET RIBBONS, Friujres and Draw
Trimmings of the latest styles, new Silks and Vel
vets. now offered at low prices, by
Sept. 2s, bis. U. S. MEItCUB.
. J . 9 1 ..J L J- ■ JL
The Ready Pay System
A T LAST it has been reduced to a certainty that
il (i(Mil)ScHiiW succe—fully <>ld in Townnda FOR
(. ASH. Those doubting tins will do well to call at tho
Where it will be shown that the Merchant in selling hi*
I>ood* can afford to sell cheaper for CASH, and can offer
inducements sufficient to make it an object for purchaser*
at whatever sacriliee they are obliged to make to procure
the money to adopt in their purchase* the Cash System.
Having just removed to his new Store, hereafter to bo
known as the
and being now in receipt of a large assortment of good*
of almost every description, under the most favorable cir
cumstances, for CASH, he is enabled to and will (ell at
, prices far less than can be done by those by whoiu credit
EXAM INK, COM PAKE ANI> JUDGE!
Din' (jIOODS. An assortment heretoforn
unequalled by any thing ever offered in Towanda of
FANCY AND STAPLE DUY GOODS, comprising many
new and desirable sytles of Good* unknown in this mar
ket : among which will be found in Ladies Dress Goods,
all tin- novelties of the season, cheap at the KEYSTONE.
SHAWLS. — Ner and Choice Patterns of
Ilroehe, stcll.t. Plaid Wool. Talma, Mantilla, and
Knitted Worsted Shawls, cheap at the
Oct. 11. KEYSTONE.
BONNETS, Ribbons and Trimmings, whole
sale and retail, cheap at the KEYSTONE.
DOMESTIC GOODS.— ah the different
qualities of Prints, Ginghams, Pleached Goods.flne
unbleached Muslins, Ticks, Stripes, Deniuis, Sheetings,
Cotton Yarn, Carjiet Warp, Mutts, Ac., cheap at the
Oct. 12. KEYSTONE.
nLOTUS, CASSIMERES AND TEST
-INGS. Black and Colored Cloths,Doeskins,Tweed* ,
Sattinetts, Kentucky Jeans, and a beautiful assortment
of Fancy Cas-imercs, cheap at the KKYSSoNK.
BOOTS AND SHOES. —All the different
description* oi M • t* and Shoes. f>r men, women
and cltildtcus wear, ju-t ivctned and will l>e sold at lr.-a
prices than ever known at the KEYSTONE.
I I ATS AND CAPS.— Men's and Roy's
1 L Hats and Caps, in all the new aud desirable stylos.
ju-t received and for sale cheap at the KEYSTOE.
/ 1 ROCKRIKS ! GROCERIES !—Suram
V_A at less price, than can be found elsewhere. .Violas
-c.-i, Co lice, Ac. Ac., and a superior article of Young
llv-nii Tea, at 50 cents per pound, ju.-t received at the
Oct. 12. KEYSTONE.
PAINTS, Oils, Glass, te. Ac.—At tho
Keystone will always be found an assortment of
Paint.-, i lils. Glass, Sash, Putty. Ac.. Ac., together with a
thousand other kind of Goods, which time uor space will
admit of remuneration.
Towaniu, Oct. 12, ISSB.
PRINTED FRENCH MORINOES —An
1 assortment of Colors of new and beautiful Styles,re
ceived to-day at
Oct. 11. ' POWELL'S KEYSTONE STORE.
Y\TOUSTED HOODS—A larpe lot of
T T Wometrs, Misses and Children's Hood*, just re
ceived at the 0ct.2.5. KEYSTONE STORE.
Mantillas, Cloaks and &aglans.
J I'OWELL would res|M*clfully announce
• to the ladies that he will always keep on baud a
large a-ioirti \ lit ot Cloaks, Ae..0l different Styles, and
that he has made arrangements to furnish to order ti short
notice any article wanted in this line, from cheapest to
be.t, at rates below New York city retail prices, fie will
also receive samples of new styles a* they appear, to
which lie invites your attention.
TOWANDA HARDWARE, CUTLERY
IRON AND STOVE STORE.
a D. C. HALL
j \ Wholesale and Retail Dealer
Frf f 'oM. Teg Hardware and Stoves, iron
JL H ' An"'l Nails, Sash. Glass, Paints
y_ < -Jt Oils. House Trimming*—
nil kinds of Carriage trimming*,
i' 11 #WMn >ent Cloths and cs,Carriage
SjJjgßJ Si.lkey and Scat Springs. Car
pja£&>: cj'ss v?*ncnters' and Joiners' Planes,
6^^""gij Saws, Augers, Chisel* and all
Tools—Cross Cut. Mill
C-'' ' ' and Circular Saws, Blacksmith
L Tools, Bellow*, Anvils, Vice*,
■* Hammers and Screw Plate*,
V xes. Broad Narrow, faith aud Hand Hatchets—Cable,
Log. Trace and Haltr, Chains, Crowbars, Pick*, Shovel*
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY—Shear* and Scis
sors, Edge Tools of all kind*. Brass and Enameled Kettles,
■shovel and Tongues, Spoon* and Ladles, Tubs and Pail*,
Mop* and Washboard-, and all other kinds of house-keep
In the HARDWARE line. Brass. Brittania, Jjppancd
and Plain Tin Ware, siugle or insett. Bar. Band. Scroll
md Hoop Iron, Steel of all kinds. Nail Rods, Ac. Pumps,
l,oail pipe and all the necessary fixtures for water work*.
Patent. Stretched Leather Belting and String 1-eather,
mil 1(1.1X10 other articles too numerous to mention, that
we are now receiving direct from the hands of manufac
turers andiniporters. including the largest assortment
and greatest variety of
Stores 2"> per cent, less than vswl for Cash,
of dm in at the highest mnrket prices.
Coal and Wood Cooking. Coal and Wood Parlor. Dining-
Itoom, Six Plate and Cylinder, ever brought into Northern
Pennsylvania or Southern New York : all of which we
ire now prepared to sell at wholesale or retail, at as low
rates, and nn as good TF.KMS as can IK- found this side of
Yew-York, from the fact that all our goods were bought
f first hands and in full packages and large quantities,
that gives u* an advantage over smaller purchasers and
Dry Goods dealers, that wiil enable ns to sell from 5 t>
15 per cent, les-than any of them, which advantage we
shall otter to any who will favor us with a cull before pur
A large quantity of Tin ware. Stove Pipe and Kllmw*
always on hand, wholesale and retail. All kinds of Job
Work done to order, on short notice and warranted.
Don't mistake the place to buy STOVES and HARIV-
W.VKK cheap—one door Sooth of Tracy A Moore'*, and
Powell's new block on Main street, iu the uew Wood
Building, lettrrcil all over.
Grain and Country Produce, old Iron. Bra**, Brittania
and Copper. Dried Fruit of all kinds, Feathers and Bees
wax wanted for goods.
IO.IMMI Sheep Pelts wanted, for which the highest prlca
n Cash will l- paid.
fijT No credit given over four month*, and all hav
ing account* or notes over due had better call and pay
immediately, if they wish to save coat.
Towanda, October 13. lC>x.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
r pilE vnli:..'il- Ronl Estftfp, known ns "Th*
I Luken'* I-atid-.' '-it ate in Warren twp.. Bradford
Co.. Pa., aic now offered iur -ale to the highest and Ixat
Tlii- b-wly of I-nd* consist of four tract*, containing
FIFTEEN HUNDRED ACRES of good tanning land,
situate alwuit five miles from the N. Y. A Erie Railroad.
IVr-ons de- irons to purchase wilj send their offers in
ctbig in the nature of bids ,-.er acre to my agent. Wg.
Ki.w KM.. Eq.. at his office iu TOWANDA, by the 15th
lay of NOVEMBER next.
Offir* will be received for the whole body, or for tin
separate parcels agreeably to the present sub-division'
No sale will be made of less than one hundred seres, an
the parcel* will not lie sold separately unless the body can
he disposed of iu that way.
Terms, one-third in hand aud the balance in two year
ly instalments with interest.
SARAH L. KEENE,
Administratrix C. T. A. > f John I.ukeas, dee'd.
T*b It •,!#•! nbl- I* |S5t.
JoLK AND UDDER LEATHER, CALK
O aud Kip akins, Morocco and Findings, itw* receiv
ing at HUMPHREY Jt WICDAM*.