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H|| (jr K afts. —For the Northern and
4 ' ;-Vt"s present is a good month for
■ If it is intended to propagate
Gf' Ties or gooseberries, take cuttings
■ Tthe sap starts, and bury them in
r T cellar. And so, if grafts are want
apple e> r P ear or c ' ,orr y l et he
H Taiid f' l ' lol, Juried in the garden in a
or what is better, be taken into the
■ jo'fered with damp sand or moss or
■fWhat is needed is to keep thein
lij enough to prevent their shriveling,
[' ' iongh to prevent the buds starting
■H v are wanted in the Spring. In cut
[ ■ remember that only the wood of
I con's growth is of any use, and that
HE [j e plump aud healthy. After being
tie'each sort in a bundle by itself,
HL ij a label to it, so that 110 mistake
K through forgetfulness of names or
fsorts. Between this time and Spring,
H [tie bundles once or twice, to see that
■TII a good state of preservation.
B. II; EKFKCT OF FIRST MI I.KINGS. —Some
. that the first drawiugs of milk
new!}" calved, is poisonous, because
-ange effect produced on those who
}Ve have heard of a Iliberuiau who,
! ,j of colic aud inflammation of the
,u=ed by drinking freely for the first
['fa cow. Swine fed upon it often
- ; it oaiu, and sometimes die in coose
k, however, is not poisonous. It con
[jol-tance which the doctors call Col
. s i. -h acts as a cathartic. Such milk is
; ;3 the wants of the offspring, and is
,jhv nature to carry off " the viscid
f the intestinal canal." It is notcon
tje brute creation.
• in ik of cows should not be thrown
Half a pail full may be given to the
—ml cow, and it will benefit her. The
, also he thrown into the swill-barrel,
mixed with other slops caa be fed
7 Selinsgrove Times states that Mr
.. gentleman 00 yearsof age, brought
.it'll of a live grasshopper, thousands
1 iti-re seen on his land, below that
1 the 14th of February, 1859.
■Samuel Able, of Wrightsville, a few
pcaught two thousand five hundred
afonr set nets, in the Susquehanna riv
eof the nets, it is said, was literally
-! with fish, so much so that it could
mi the ground like a log of wood.
:AR DK.VTH. —lsaac Crow, aged 16,
ng shinney in Port Carbon, struck
with Mich force that he dropped dead,
-ed that lie sustained some fatal in
:m c ver-exertion.
ARTI.INOTRITH !—Hundreds die annual
neglected coughs, and colds, when by
fa single bottle of Dr. Wistar's Balsam
i Cherry, their lives conld be preserved
m old age.
Hay none unless it lias the written sig
of"/ Mutts" on the wrapper.
i on the 20th of February, MARY, daughter
J ihn F Means, aged 16 years.
• "inietbing peculiarly comforting in the death
;ae who give evidence that they are prepared to
:r flight to a better world. They are spared
:JWS aud troubles, anu are actually in the eu
'us .table happiness. Especially is this the
n he Ith is held by a feeble tenure, and strength
wit': advancing years.
-rafort. we think, can Is? withered front the
Hary MEANS. Beloved by all, tenderly eared
' family, who responded to her every want—
tioii ha- done everything that could be done
ie the spark of life, they can bow with calm
Ito the will of the Lord, and can feel that the
their hearts is one whom the Great Shepherd
ep has called as a lamb to his own arms,
a- we have reason to believe, she is unspeak
i. tie- presence of her Saviour, who would
! !.<■] back? Only let her memory be cherish
- I'-barge she gave to the weeping members of
, to live so as to meet her in Heaven, be not
bv the many surviving friends who followed
-to their resting place. If this lesson is re
jiy us all, especially by the young, she will not
in vain. The funeral services were performed
hureh, the Rector being assisted by Rev. Mr.
rmerly Minister of the Parish.
it in cruelty, not in wrath,
reaper came that day ;
an angel visited the green earth
1 took the flowers away."
7, 15.",9. at the house of her son in Troy, Mrs.
N'AH THOMAS, relict of Jacob Thomas.
:uas had attained the good old age of 79, and,
in a few mouths, she had beeu in full possession
both bodily and mental. She, with her
•rated from Vermont to Western Bradford
■ars ago, or indeed before Bradford county had
tie map of Pennsylvania.
> ountv was then a wilderness, in which
••inlested the deer, the wolf, the bear and the
she I'ved to see this wilderness give way tocul
b. and the howl of beasts of prey to the bleat
- and lowing of herds.
t -c ■ a numerous family of children grow up
dor womanhood, and occupy positions of in
ha- ulnesa amoug their neighbors. She lived
- .i the religion of Jesus t'hrist by a " Godly
"c.crsation," aud she went down to the grave
■ kof corn fully ripe in its season," leaving a
r ' is circle of relatives and friends to rejoice
- long and so well, hut to mourn that she
'mitt. .1 to stay still longer.
l AND TIMOTHY SEED FOR
Tat A'.,. 1 Patton's Block, corner Main and
WM. A. ROCKWELL.
Pe Vmes and Hot Bed Plants
bor sale at the Garden of
AKR Af MI X .
CENTS EACH.! CENTS EACH.
m 374iDiana 37J
"ite Isabella. .60 cents each.
,4 ' ! *!ie*of Grape Vines, for our climate, are
• ug the very best, they are hardy, vigorous,
A*' un 'd no fruit more valuable. Every vine
* , to name, and to live with proper cul
*nrtie* above mentioned ripening at dif-
Kreatly adds to convenience.
avti rii!v S J s A ®° Z "I CENTS A no/..
auliHvvvers.C Large Purple Egg Plants. 10
flimT " 6 " " *' ..IS
loaato I'lanUi White " " " ..10
M PJ ,er b > 'aiits 1<); Early York Cabbage 6
" 10! Sweet Potatoes Plants for
fvi,, i sale.
. ,a ge Flants, out door culture. 25 cts. per 100.
lij.j.. ' r ' ,ni May to the last of July, 25 cts.per 100.
,i,T w '" travel through the County
' a 'ew thousand of the above
f . nes - a " well rooted. Being experi
y 'otereuted, he will gladly instruct how
~ - - March 1,1859.
TRIMMINGS—a new assort
The Discovery Made!
ANY BODY WHO HAS EVER BEEN AT THE
OWEGO, N. *.
AND SEEN THE PILES OF GOODS THAT
STONE 8c Co.
ARE SENDING OUT ALL OVER THE COUNTRY,
CAN NO LONGER DOUBT. BUT WILL AT
ONCE BELIEVE, THAT THE PEOPLE
HAVE FOUND THE PLACE
A DOLLAR WILL BUY THE MOST GOODS I
117// the. Unbelieving Cume and See ?
Si RECTAL CO I RT.— Notice is hereby giv
en that a Special Court of Common Pleas will be held
for the County of Bradford, at the Court House in the
borough of Towanda, commencing on the second Monday
of May next, and to continue for the week if required, at
which Hon R. G. WHITE will preside, for the trial of the
following cause, to wit:
Israel Smith vs. Samuel Kellnm, and others.
~ , ALLEN M'KEAN, Prothonotary.
Prothonotary s Office, Feb. 28, 1859.
Fruit and Ornaynental Trees.
THE undersigned is making arrangements
for the coining Spring to supply the people of Brad
ford. and adjoining counties, with a choice variety of
FRUIT AXDORXAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, VINES
ROSES AND GREEN HOUSE PLANTS, SPLENID
DOUBLE DAHLIAS. Xc.
These articles will be superior to any that has been
brought into this section of the State, all being cavefully
-elected from the best Nurseries, and will be taken up this
I'he Trees I will offer for sale are not those sent here
ia-t fall by K. C. Frost, those 1 have nothing to do with.
M r trees will be all freshly taken up. and delivered in hue
order tor transplanting." Persons living at a distance,
that I may n>t call on lietween now and Spring,can have
any ni the within named, delivered without extra charge
for freight: j
Apple-trees, Pear, Cherries, Peach or Plumb— Dwarf
Also all the best Evergreens, such as Norway Spruce,
Balsam or American Fir, Arbor Vita;, Tree Box. Mahonies
Deciduous ornamental trees, European Larch, Lombar
hy Poplar, Horse Chestnut, Weeping Trees, Mountaiu
Bi RUIKS.—New Rochelie or Lowton Blackberries by the
doz. or 100 plants. Raspberries and Strawberries of all va
rieties, at lowest catalogue prices.
Post (iflice address, Towanda, Pa.
February 24. 1859. DANIEL HARKINB.
STONE * CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers iu
Dry Goods, Millinery Goods,
Groceries, Crockery 6c Carpets.
Owego, Tioga Comity, IS. V.
New Store! New Prices!
IT. W. OBLE,
JVo. 5, llrick lluw, Towanda,
YV" HOLES ALE & RETAIL LIQUOR
T DEALER, now offers to the public a well selected
stock of \\ itics, Liquors, Tobacco, Havana and Domestic
Cigars. Consisting in part of the following:
BR VXDlES.—Hennessey, Otard, Cognac, and Dupuy.
GlN'S.—Holland, Rose, and Scbeidam Schnapps.
RUMS.—Santa Cruz. Jamaica, and New England.
WHISKEYS.—Bourbon, Scotch, Monongebala, Old
Crow, and Old Rye.
WlNES.—Champaigne. Claret. Sherry. Madeira, Bur
gundy. Port, Muscat, Malaga, Domestic. French cor
dials of all brands.
CIGARS.—La Victoria, Washington. Light Guards.
Rio Koudo, Henry Clay, La Fontica, La Isabella, La Flor
d'Cubntia. Prineipe, Vara, Principe.
TOBACCO. A good assortment <>f Cut, Chewing. Smo
king and Manufactured Tobacco of various brands, all of
which will be sold at the lowest prices for Cash, or to
prompt payers. All kinds of produce taken in exchange
N. B. A large lot of Jugs, Demijohns, and bottles of all
sizes for sale.
Towanda, Feb. 22.1859.
For Sale, Exchange or B.ent.
TWILL SELL at a low rate, on long time, with good
security, or exchange for farming or wildlands, or rent
tor a term of years, a fir-t class Steam Saw. Plaster, and
Chopping Mill, in good order, standing on the Canal at
Ulster. Bradford County, Pa., perfect in all its parts, 2
Engines, ample boilers, and every necessary fixture, and
with it will sell horses, wagons, trucks, chains, sleighs,
store house and goods, bay scales, house and lot. and eve
rything necessary for a birce business. Inability to at
tend 14 1 it induces me to sell at 144W prices. Inquire of
H. D. Davidson on the property, or at my office ioAthens.
" C. F." WELLES, Jr.
Athens, Pa., Feb. 22, 1859.
r PHE SUBSCRIBER will sell at public
X vendue, in the village of Leßay-ville, on SATUR
, DAY, the 12th day of MARCH, 1859. between the hours
lof 1 and 2 o'clock, P.M. ,7 the following described pro
petty, to wit : One span of horses, nine years old, 4)iie
j double sett of harness, nearly new, one two horse lumber
wagon, oue horse lumberwagon, one sleigh and bobs, also
! three rows, one dnrham hull, and several young cattle,
two year old yearlings and calves, all of the darhani grade;
; ..l- farming utensils, such us plows, harrows, cultivator,
fanning mill, horse rake, cutting box, and several other
things for farmers nse, also a number of milk pans, Ac.
Terms of sale, five d4>llars and under, CASH,
( sums not exceeding twenty dollars, six months, and over
twenty dollars, nine months credit.
ROBERT P. SHORTELL.
Feb. 22, 1839.
SALE.—The following de-
Li scribed real estate of William Gibson, dee'd-, will be
1 exposed to public sale at the house of the deceased in Ul
' ster township.on TUESDAY, the 22d day of MARCH,
| 1-53, between the hours of 10 and 2 o'clock of said day,
! the several lots of land (part of which lots were once ex-
J posed and returned no sale,) viz ; One lot of farming land
in Burlington twp., bounded on the north by land of Ro
bert Knapp. and a small lot railed the sawmill lot, on the
west by land of Luther and Travice, on the north by the
! Carrol lands, on the east by land of Walter Pollock. Con
taining 69 acres or more, about thirty acres improved, a
small dwelling house and a stable thereon.
ALSO All the hill land of the old homestead in
Ulster, containing two hundred and eighty-six acres, with
over one hundred acre- Iu a good state of improvement,
inuch of it cleared of slumps, and divided into three lots
for the purpose of accommodating purchasers. Tie- survey
;es lna'ie by O. Rickey, showing the divisions, will lie ex
hibited on the day of sale. There is a stream called the
Hemlock Run passing through the whole l.ugth of the
said laud, with a saw mill in good order for sawing, situ
ated on the middle lot, which has standing upon it both
pine and oak timber -uflicieut for all the purposes of the
tarni and to spare. There are also three small dwelling
houses on said lot.
ALSO—'file deceased'* undivided third-part of a lot of
land known as the Lock wood sawmill lot, now iu posses
sion of James and William Gibson.
ALSO—One other timbered lot known as the Thomas
lot—being 011 the Carrol land.
AIJSO—One unimproved farm in the possossion of An
drew Gibson, late of Ulster twp. Terms of payment twen
ty-five per cent, in baud, the balance to be arranged on
day of sale.
Feb. 22, ISaD. Executor.
PLOVER SEED.—A quantity of each,
V^ y Large and Small Clover Seed for sale at
Feb. 22.1 h.V.i. POWELL'S KEYSTONE STOIiE.
I LEATHERS —All elegant assortment of
Black, White, Crimson and Fancy Plumes, at
Nov. 24. W. A. ROCKWELL'S.
inu u \ LBS. LIVE GEESE FEATHERB,
mm Vyt Jof superior quality . for sale at the Stove and
Hardware Store of Nov. 9 I). HALL.
LADIES' AND MISSES WHITE AND
Colored Lamb's Wool and Silk Warp HOSE.jnst re
ceived by N0v..10. H. S. MERCIJR.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
of all descriptions, for Men, Women, and Children,
which were purchased of the manufacturers and will be
old cheap for CASH, at PHfNNKY'S.
GENTLEMEN'S aud Youth's Fur, Ber
liu aud Duck Gauntlets and Gloves, at
Kept. 28, 1858. MFRCUR'S
I EMBROIDERIES.—Cheapest in the world
J at MARSH A CO'S.
Wo. 4, Patton's Block, Towanda, Pa.,
Have recently added largely to their stock of
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
They also have constantly on hand
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES.
At the lowest rates, and BURNING FLUID, of superior
finality, manufactured expressly for the gas-jet Fluid
Lamps. They also keep all the Popular
of the day. Every article going from this store is war
ranted as represented, and if any prove diflerent. they
will be cheerfully taken back, and the money refunded.
J. G. PATTOX,
Towanda, Feb. 1. 1859. Dr. K. 1). PAYNE.
AVINTER GOODS !
CAN NOW BE HAD AT ROCKWELL'S.
THE SUBSCRIBER has Still on hand ajfiue assortment
of French and English Merinoes, Plain and Printed
DeLaines, Polka, and all wool DcLaines, Union Plaids,
Shawls of all kinds for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children,
Bonnet Velvets. Winter Trimmings, Ladies Cloth .Woolen
and Knit Goods, and many other winter Goods, all of
which will be sold at COST 'PRICES, for CASH exclu
sively. as he wishes to make room for a new and slendid
stork of Spring Goods, No. 1, Patton's Block, corner of
Main and Bridge streets.
February 9, 1.859. WM. A. ROCKWELL.
Humphrey & Wickham
ARE now receiving a large addition to their Stock of
Sole and Upper Leather, Calf and Kip Skins, Shoe
Thread and other Findings, Sugar, Molasses, Syrup, Tea,
Coffee and other Family Groceries, Sheetings,' Shirtings,
Ac., Ac., which they offer with their former Stock at a
small advance for (.'ash or Country produce, aud respect
fully invite buyers to give them a call.
Towanda, Jan. 25, 1859.
New Arrival of Clothing!
.1 Kfl OVER COATS, ALL KINDS. AT
£' )V COLLINS A POWELL'S.
150 BUSINESS COATS, ALL GR ADES, AT
COLLINS A POWELLS.
I(X> CHEAP WINTER VESTS, AT
COLLINS A POWELL S.
250 WINTER PANTS, AT
COLLINS A POWELL'S.
All the above articles were bought for CASH aud are
selling off 25 per cent, less than actual cost.
Towanda. Nov. 30, ls.'W. COLLINS A POWELL.
Great Bargains in Goods!
TRACY & MOORS,
ARE now receiving a very large ami desir
able assortment of Fall and Winter Goods, which
will be sold as low as anything that can be found in this
market,consisting of Dry Goods,Shirting.Stripe Shirting,
Ticking, Denims, Cotton Batts.Cotton Yam. Carpet Wai p,
Wicking, Prints, Sattinets, Kentucky Jeans. Fancy and
Black Cassiinere, Black and Blue Broad Cloth, Liusey.
Cotton Tabie.Diaper Linen Crash, Napkins. Table Cloths,
Damask Table Spreads, Bleached Muslin, Red and White
Flannel Cotton Flannel, Grain Bags, Ac.
DIIKSS Goons De Laine*. Hamilton A Pacific mills,
No. 1, Poplins, De Beges. Cheuile Scarfs, Knit Hoods,
Merinos, Casiincres, l'aramutas, Ac.
SIIAWI.S A large assortment of new and choice pat
tern- of Stella and Won! Shawls.
HATS AND CAPS?.— Men and Boy's Wool and Fur Hats
and Caps, the tiue-t assortment in town.
BOOTS AND SHOK-. All the different description of
Men, Women and Children's Wear, sold cheap far cash.
October 12. lHjs. TRACY A MOORE.
DOMESTIC GOODS of nil descriptions,
Ticks, Denims, Drill-. Sheeting, Stripe Sheeting,
Jeans. Sattinett, Cas--imere Cloths, Ac., cheap for Ready
Pay. at _ PHINNEY'B. "
CUGARS of nil kinds, COFFEE, TEA,
O Molasses, Syrups, Fish, Rice, and Tobncro.n! ways on
hand, at PHINNEY'B.
"V"AILS, GLASS, OIL, PUTTY, SASII,
it Crockery, Drugs and Dyes, cheap for Ready Pay,at
No. 3, PATTON'S BLOCK.
Oct. m. 1858. J. HARVEY I'IfINNKY. jr.
THRESH RAISINS AND CURRANTS,
X at FO.VS.
OPICKS of all kinds, Ground and \VI>
0 also, Mustard Seed, Caraway and Celery Seed, at
Nov. 2, I SSM. FOX'S.
/TORN-STARCH, TAPIOCA, FARINA,
\J Rice Flour, Baker's best, Cocoa and Chocolate, at
Nov. 2. FOX'S.
M ACKEREL, NO. I, 2 AND 3, PICKLED
SHAD and ('"dli-l!. at 1 OX'.-.
XIAMILY GROCERlES— lncluding al
-1 most every article in that line required in any family
for sale cheap, at [OX'S.
t 'ROCKERY and Glass ware, a newnssnrt
) ment now opening at MERCUR'S.
MANUEL KROMER desirous of keep-
J ing up wiih the times, wil hereafter do Blacksmith
ing at the following prices, for CASH :
Setting one shoe, new 22 cents.
Corking one shoe 10 "
Setting one shoe 8 "
Setting one new tyre on lumber wagon 75 "
.< •• buggy 50 "
" " old tyre on lumber wagon 31 "
.4 <4 44 4. buggy 25 "
New lumber wagons ironed for, Irom sl2 to lis, and all
kinds of Blacksmithing di ne on equal low rates. For
trade 4ir credit the usual price will be charged.
Jti-All work warranted.
Towanda, Feb. 10, 1859.
C 4 AUTION. —The public are hereby eaution
) ed against purchasing a note given by me, on or
about the 18th day of December. 1858, payable July Ist,
1859, to Washington Baldwin, or bearer, for fifty-five dol
lars. N4)t having received any value for said note. 1 shall
not pay the same unless compelled by law, and shall re
i sist the collection of it by every legal means.
Dwell. Feb. 8,1859.
SELLING OFF AT COST !
THE Subscriber anxious of closing up his Dry Goods
business will, after February 6. 1859, sell his entire
stock of Dry Goods at the actual City cost, which consist*
in part of a good assortment of Prints. Del-aines. Merino-,
Debeges, Denims, Ticks, Cloth, Cassiineres, Sattinett-,
Sheeting, Shirting Stri|>es, Linseys, Twills, Jeans .Shawls,
Bonnetts, Dress Trimmings, Ac., together with a large
ass4irtment of Hats and Caps, Boots and Slows, and a
general assortment of Hard Ware, NO. 3 PATTON'S
BLOCK. J HARVEY I'HLNNKY, Jr.
Towanda, January 31, 1859.
AXES —Single and double bit Axes, just
received by jy3_ H. 8. MRRCUR.
I A DIES' WORSTED HOODS AND
j AJ ZEPHYR WORSTED, anew supylyjust received by
| Dec. 14, 1858. H. S. MKRCUR.
JAR PORTER'S DRUG STORE IS FULL
DR. PORTER'S CHEMICAL ST >RE IS FULL!
DR. PORTER'S APOTHECARY STORE IS FULL 1
DR. PORTER S OFFICE IS FULL !
OF ALL KINDS OF EVERYTHING !
OF EVERYTHING OF ALL KINDS !
OF EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY 1
OF EVERYBODY—FOR ALL THINGS !
CHOICE PERFUMERY AND FANCY GOODS !
CHOICE GOODS AND FANCY PERFUMERY !
CHOICE TOILET ARTICLES A FRAGRANT WATERS
ROSE, VERBENA, COLOGNE, BAY A LAVENDER !
TWINE FOR BROOM MAKERS !
TWINE FOR MAKING BROOMS !
TWINE FOR TYING BROOMS !
GLASS, LEAD, ZINC, OIL AND PUTTY !
VARNISH, BRONZE, GOLD AND SILVER LEAF!
VERMILLION, OCHRE, UMBER, GREENS A BLACKS!
GOOD BURNING FLUID AND CAMPIIEXE !
GOOD FLUID AND CAMPHEXE FOR BURNING 1
GOOD FOR BURNING—CAMPHEXE AND FLUID !
IMPROVED—NON-EXPLOSIVE—FOR GAS I
FLOWER, FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS!
FRESH TEA, OLD COFFEE AND PURE SPICES !
GUM DROPS, LIQUORICE AND REFINED CANDY !
ALL THE COLORS IN TUBE PAINTS!
ALL THE COLORS IN TUBE PAINTS!
ALL THE COLORS IN TUBE PAINTS!
FISH HOOKS, SXELLS, FLIES AND LINES !
COSMETICS, TEETH AND HAIR PREPARATIONS !
AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND CHINESE RAZORS !
ALL THE PATENT POPULAR MEDICINES!
ALL THE POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES !
ALL MEDICINES POPULAR AND PATENT !
GUN CAPS, POCKET KNIVES AND SNUFF I
HAVANA, YARA AND PRINCIPE CIGARS !
TRUSSES, INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPORTERS 1
COAL OIL. SPERM OIL AND OIL FOR MACHINES 1
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, FOR MEDICINE !
BEAUTIFUL LAMPS FOR FLUID OR KEROSENE !
DYE WOODS, DYE STUFFS A FLAVORING EXT'S !
TINCTURES, SYRUPS, SPIRITS, & DECOCTION'S!
LIQUORS, GARGLES, LINIMENTS AND LOTIONS!
MIXTURES, POWDERS. INFUSIONS & SOLUTIONS!
PLASTERS, OINTMENTS, LOZENGES A S \LVE3 !
ACIDS, BALSAMS, BARKS, ROOTS AND HERBS!
SEEDS, LEAVES, GUMS, EXTRACTS A ESSENCES!
SAI.T9. WOODS, OILS, RESINS AND FLOWERS!
IN THE SOUTH STORE OF THE WARD nOI'SE.
MEDICAL ADVICE GIVEN GRATUITOUSLY,
AT THE OFFICE IN THE DRUG STORE, BY
E> R . r> Olt T I-: R !
McCrcary & Warner,
North side of the Public Squate,
OPEN at all hours for the accommodation of the pub
lic. Will keep on hand at all times, all the delicacies
of the season. In connection with the above, they have
A competent person has been engaged,and will shortly
take a limited number of gentlemen to instruct in the
manly art of Keif Defence.
January, 24. ls.V.i. McCRKARY A WARNER.
I>7 PR I CES !
'T'HK BALANCE of the stock of WINTER GOODS.
J. which -till rompri-, - a good assortment of SHAWLS
ol various kinds, laiilie- ( loak-. Plain ami jilaiil M'-rino-.
Valencia Stripes and Plaids, plain, all wool and printed
DeLaine-. Knit Woolen Goods, Blankets, Winter Ribbons
and Trimmings, and many other Goods adapted only to
Winter's use. will now be sold as low as COST, and in
MANY CASES EVEN LESS, in order to open for Spring
with an entire new and lrch stock.
its-NOW IS THE TIME FOR BARGAINS in these
Towanda, Jan. 20. Is v.i. JOSEPH POWELL.
MERRIMAC PRINS Amv invoice of
Merrimac Prints, new and beautiful patents, just
received by H. S. MERC ITR.
/''LOVER SEED.-—SO bwheh superior
VJ CLOVER SEED, for sale by
February 19, 1858. H. 8. MERCUR.
DR. H. WESTON, DEN
McpM TIST. permanently located in Towanda.
OFFICE one door south of BaileyANeveuß*.
Towaada, Feb. 19.1859.
MORE NEW GOODS
PLAIN WOOi, DELAINES,
LISLE THREAD AND SILK DO..
Just received and for sale by H. S. MERCUR.
DR ESS TRIM MI NGS, CHE NIL LE,
Velvet Ribbons, Tassels, Acorn Buttons. Bonnet
Ribbons, Flowers and Ruches .at W.A.Ri )CK WELL'S.
HOUSE KEEPING GOODS at regit.ar
smash down prices. -at M ARSH A CO'S.
FTesh butter a SODA CRACKERS
at Nov. 2. FOX'S.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE —Notice
■X l_ ia hereby given, that all perpsons indebted to the
estate of ABIAL FOSTER, de,cetwed, late of North
Towanda, are requested to uiake payment without delnv:
and those having claim* against the aid eatate will please
present tberu duly authenticated tor settlement.
SAMUEL B. FOSTER.
January 2 ). 1 850. Administrator itrhonis mm.
\ DMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
il. is hereliy given, that all persons indeliled to tiie
estate of WILLIAM BERK, late of South Creek, dee'd.,
are hereby requested to make payment without delay;
and all persons having claims against the said estate will
please present tlieui duly authenticated tor settlemeut.
Jan. 24, 1859. Adm'r, with the will annexed.
~VJ"OTICE. —The Board of Revision of Brad
ll ford County hare fixed upon the following days
and places for holdiug of the Appeals iu said County for
1859, viz :
Athens Boro', at John S. Sloan's. Tuesday, Feb. 22 ;
Athens twp., at John S Sloan's, Wednesday, Feb. 23 ;
Ridgbnry, at Charles O French's. Thursday, Feb. 34 ;
South Creek at Asa Gillett's, Friday, Feb. 25 ;
Wells, at Aaron It Ingalls, Saturday. Feb. 20 ;
Columbia and Sylvania horo'.at David Conable's Monday.
February. 2s ;
Troy twp. and Troy boro, at E W Bigouy's Tuesday,
March 1 ;
Springfield, at H W Root's. Wednesday, March 2 ;
Smithfield, at Riley Ross', Thursday, March J;
Ulster, at Nathan Olmstend's, Friday. M.iruh 4 ;
Burlington twp, at Itoswell Luther's, Tuesday March 8 ;
Burlington West and Burlington boro, at L V Rojce'e.
Wednesday. March 9 ;
Granvills, at B F Taylor's, Thursday, March 10 ;
Armenia, at Robert Mason's, Friday, March 11 ;
Canton, at S C Myers", Saturday, March 12 ;
Lelioy. at O S Morse's, Monday, March 14 ;
Franklin, 1) J Beardsley's, Tuesday, March 15 ;
Monroe twp and Monroe boro, at Ethel Taylor's, Wed
nesday, March lt ;
Towanda boro, at the Commissioner's Oflice, Thursday,
March 17 ;
Towanda twp and Towanda North,at the Commissioner'a
Office, Friday, March lb ;
Albany, at Sheffield Wilcox's, Tuesday, March 22 ;
Overton, at Daniel llcverly's, Jr., Wednesday. March 22;
Wilrnot, at Hiram Flortou s, Thursday. March 24 ;
Asylum, at John M Morton's, Friday. March 25 ;
Durell, at Simeon Decker's, Saturday, March 20 ;
Rome, at Orson Rickey's, Monday, March 2s ;
Shedieuuin, at S F Washburn's, Tuesday, March 29 ;
Litchfield, at Cyrus Bloodgood's, Wednesday. March 30 ;
Windham, at Benj Kuykeudail's. Thursday. March Jl ;
Warren, at Ro'uert Cooper's, Fridr v, April 1 ;
Orwell, at Theophilus Humphrey's, Saturday, April 2 ,
Pike, at O W M -rtlirup's, Monday. April 4 ;
Herrick, at 11 W Camp's. Trie-day, April 5;
Tuscaroru, ut Harry Acklev's, Wendesday, April 0 ;
Wyrinsing, at John II Black's, Thursday, April 7 ;
Standing Stone, at 11. W. Noble's, Friday, April b ;
Wysox. at J M Reed's, Saturday, April 9 ;
Assessors will be punctual in delivering notices to the
taxable-. ami in making their returns on the da designa
ted in their warrants, at which time and place the Board
of Revision will attend and hear such as think them-clves
aggrived by said Assessment, and make such alterations
as to them shall seem just.
By order of said Board,
Commissioner's Office, ( E. B. COOLBAUGH.
January, 24. 1*59. j Clerk.
NOTICE—Notice is here-
AU by given that all persons indebted to the estate of
THOMAS BRINK, dee'd., late of Pike township, must
make immediate payment.and all persons having demands
against .-aid estate, will present them duly authenticated
for settlement. PERLEY H. BUCK,
Dec. 20. I*sß. Executor.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
-ft is hereby riven that all pi rsous indebted to the es
tate ot GEORGE WIIITMOUK. late of South Creek twp.
deceased, are hereby requested to make payment without
delay, and all persons having claim- against said estate,
will present them duly authenticated tor settlement.
C. F. WILSON,
January 31, 1859- Administrator
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE —Notice
aA is herebi given, that all persons indebted to the
estate of ZEPUENIAH HICKS, dee'd., late of Athens,
must make immediate payment, and all persons leaving
demands against said estate will present them duly au
thenticated fur settlement.
ARTHUR YATES, 1 . , ... .
GEO. S. HICKS, j Adm.uWtrat.iw
Feb. 10, 1859.
f GUARDIAN'S SALE—Rv virtue of an
V IT order of the Orphan's Court of Bradford County,
will be- exposed to public .-ale. on the premises, on TUES
DAY. the 10th day of MARCH, 1V,:.. at 1 o'clock. P. M.,
the follow ing property, : Thirty-Four acres of land or
therealiouts situate in Pike twp , bounded on the north
by land of Ebenezer Dibble, on the- east by Ambro-e Bos
worth, on the soutb bv lands of Milton Bri.-tee and 11. V.
Gage, and on the west by Jonathan Brink, about twenty
six acre- of which is unimproved, with one half of a hou-e
and hall a barn thereon, the lim- of Dibble's land running
through said house and barn. To lie sold as the estate
of Frederick E. Whitehead, a minor. Attendance given
and terms made known on dav of sale.
ALOXZO B. WHITEHEAD, Guardian.
February 7. 1859.
OHERIFK'S SALE.— By virtue of a writ
k j of Vend. Exp-*, issued out of the Court of C'ommom
Pleas of Bradfotu County. to me directed and delivered,
w ill be exposed to public sale, at the Court House, iu
the borough ot Towanda on SATURDAY, the 12th day
of MARCH, Is.',at 1 o'clock. P. M., the following de
scribed lit. piece or panel of land situate inWe-t Burling
ton twp., bounded as follows : North by land of Jonathan
Davies, east I>\ the highway, south by" land of Washing
ton Taylor, west by laud oi John Phillips. Containing
seventy-five acres, more or loss, about twenty acre.- im
proved", one framed house, barn frame, aud a few fruit
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Merry,Wit
helm A Co. vs. Elijah Booth,
THOMAS M. WOODRUFF,
Towanda. Fell. 16,18.59. Sheriff.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE!
BV virtue of an order of the Orphan's
Court ol Bradford count v. w ill IK- exposed to public
sale on the preuii-es, on-TUESDAY, the 15th day ot
MARCH, 1859, at 1 o'clock. P.M.. the following described
property late tin- estate of Daniel O'Keofc. dee'd :
All tbal tract of land situate in the township of Rome,
in said county, bounded and described as follows : The
first lot on the north by the land hereinafter descrilied,
on the east by land of T. J. Lent, on the scuth and west
by Bollard's creek and Jacob Worthing. Containing 8
acres, with a framed house and barn thereon.
ALSO—One other lot adjoining the said last mentioned
lot on the west side. Beginning at a corner on the warrant
line on Bollards creek on the line of the liclore mentioned
lot,tin-nee by the corner of the warrant line rearly a north
course, S9° west to a post in the corner of the road .thence
by the said creek a south-easterly corner to the place of
beginning. < Containing three acres, more or less.
A I.SIDue other lot lying on the north side of and ad
joining the two lots before described : Beginning at a post
on the division line,tlienee south M 9° east 62 per to a post,
a corner of Lewis Goft', thence along Golfs line soutb 1°
west 62 per to a post, thence north 89° west 62 per along
n piece of land belonging to T. J. Lent, and tiie corner of
the two hereinbefore described lots of land to a post, a
corner of the last descril>ed lot in tin- di\ Lion line,thence
north 1° east along said division line 51 per to the place
of beginning. Containing 19 acre- and 120 per
ALSO —One other lot <>r parcel of laud lying north of
the said lat mentioned lot. In-ginning at the south-west
corner <>< Warrant lot. No. 9s, in the warrantee nan e of
Joseph Pole,nt a post, thence north 1° east along tie
we-t line of said Warrant, 189 per to a post, tlu-nce north
1° west along tiie south line of -aid warrant 47 s-I9 per
to the beginning. Containing 50 acres, and 124 per
The above property contains about *."> acre-, of which
about 50 are improved. Upon it is a large tavern stand,
barn aud other out-buildings. There is also near the ta
vern a celebrated Mineral Spring.
Terms of sale will be JluO of tiie purchase money down
and the balance in annual installments of $l5O with in
terest. JOHN McMAHOX.
Guardian of tiie minor children of
Feb. 15,18.59. Daniel O'Keefe. dee d.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE—Bv virtue
of an order of the Orphan's Court of Bradford coun
ty, will he exposed to public sale on the premi-e-. FRI
DAY. MARCH 18.1859, at 1 o'clock, P. M..the following
described real e-tate situate in the town-hip of South
Creek, one lot bounded as follows: On the north by land
of Henry Tnrk. east by land of Solomon Sen fuse, south
and west by the highway. Containing nine acres, all ini
proved, with a log house thereon erected.
One other lot bounded as follows ; North bv the high
way, ea-t by laud of Albert Vnndnscn. south by land o!
Levi Goddard, west by the highway. Containing eleven
acres, all improved. To he sold as the property of George
Whitinore,dee'd. Terms made know n on il.iv of sale.
CHARLES P. WILSON.
Fob. 11. 2559. Administrator.
Al> MIN ISTR ATO IPS N OTlOß—Notice
i- hereby given, that all persons Indebted to the es
tate of ELIZABETH J. TOZER, late of Athens twp.,
deceased, art- hereby requested to make payment without
delay, and all persons hav ing demands against said estate,
will present them duly authenticated for settlement.
Feb. 16, 1859. Administrator.
If X ECU TOR'S NOTICE —Notice is hereby
-J given, that all persons indebted to the estate ot
ELIZABETH STOTT DOUGLASS.IaU- of NorthTowanda
dee'd., are hereby requested to make payment without
deLiy ; and all persons having claims against estate will
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
BENJAMIN J DOUGLASS.
Feb. 22.1R59. Executor.
TRE MAX that makes tbe TIN AND SHEET IRON'
WAISE at the EA<iLE WORKS, is sttpiXMed by bis
admiring friends to be the best looking man, and tbe l**t
workman in Tin and Sheet iron of any man in this region
of country. Tin Ware mule l>v him is warranted rut to
Itak nmd. He ia alway. on hand, like uthonsaiid of brick,
to make work to order,or do HOUSE JOBBING, as Eavti
Troughs, Conductors and Roofing, or to , exhibit a large
BTOV K S .
For cooking with Coal or Wood,or Parior, Office or Shop
Stores made at the above work-. Hut if yoi wish to giro
orders for CAST INO OR MACHINE WORK, call at the
other end of the same establishment where you can pr>-
cure anything you want in the line of AGKICULTURAU
IMPLEMENTS with late improvements, ouch as Pious,
Cultivators, C<>ru Slit hers Cutting Boxes, Horse and Dog
Powers, Ac., or anv kind of Casting in Brass, iron and
Composition ; or Machine Work and Repairing in u ueut
and workmanlike uiuuuer, CASH paid for Old Pewter
or Brit tan ia. O. D. BAKTLETT.
Tuwauda, Jan. 5, 1559.
Gilt and Rosewood Mouldings!
A LARGE ASSORTMENT, for Portrait and Picture
hi Frames, Looking Glasses—Looking Glass Plates .and
French Picture Class of all sizes. Frames and Looking
Gla-s cs made to order, at prices to suit the times.
ITReady made coffins, of line linish.und different
sizes, with a good hearse, ready at all times. Low prices
ami terms easr.
To wan da, Oct. 20,1*53. CHESTER WELLS.
ASSORTMENT PAHA MKT AS,
A Figure and Plain DeLaixies, from 12 to 25 cents, at
Oct l'>. Hss. PHIN'XEV"S.
I> OX NET RIBBON'S. FLOWERS—
Broehe Cloaks, Raglans und Shawls froin *1.25 t
t!3. at _ PHIXXKV'S.
X 0 ES, I, A < ES, VEL VET RIBBONS
i_ Buttons. Braid. Ac., nt PHINNEVS.
LYMRROIDKRKD COLLARS. HAND
I J KERCHIEFS, Marsailes Sleeves and Q lilt-*.cheap at
Oct. IH. ]SS. PH I NXE VS.
CIIETLANI) YARN, EMBROIDERY
0 SILK and Zephyr Worsted, at PHINNEVS.
piIINTS—3OOO YARDS OF EXTRA
1 QUALITY, for 5 cents,and any quantity from to
12 cents, nt I'll INNEY'S.
Y UTS A N D CA ND Y, at WHOLES A LE
Iti very low. at FOX'S.
IJA R A MAT AS A MERINOES from lsG
JL n yard to tbe best grades, in all colors, nt
MARSH A CP'S.
" TUB WOULD BEAT."
r T IS CONCEDED THAT MA RSII <fcCO ,
A OF ELMIR \,can. and d" tieat all competitors in sell
ing Embroideries, Collars. Sleeves, Bands, Flouncing*.
Edgings, Inserting*, Ac., cheap, at
Dee. 7. Hi*. NO. 5. UNION BF-OCK.
r pin: LEGAL INTEREST ON MONEY
.L is from i; to 7 per cent, per annum, who therefore,
would pay 15 per cent, more fur GOODS on cred
it than they can buy the same articles for of MARSH X
CO.. of Elmira, for Cash? "Ah, that's the question"'
which i- daily answered by many who hire money at
stmft/e interest and buy for Fash thuasaviug eornrouiul in
terest. lo you ask where Goods can he bought HO, heap
for Cash ? Our answer ia at MARSH A Cos. No. 6
Union Block, Elmira. N. Y.
CUK. WINTER STOCK
IS MOST COMPLETE—CONSISTING
L of Single and Double Bro -he Shawls front IG to JSO,
Single and Double Wool Plaid Shawls from 10 s. to
Dress Goods of every description. Boy's arid Men's Wear
in every style and iialitv, from the cheapest Kentucky
Jeans t i the tim-st Broad' Cloth. 1- launch from 1 s. a yard
to the best in the world. Bleached and Brown Muslin
from 5 i ts, to the most superior grades. Table Cloths.Pi
ano Con rs, Dinner Napkins. Tea Doylies, Damask, Tow
elling- Ho-ierr. Gloves, Mittens, Gauntletts, and in fact
everything that a rational humau being can desire to find
in a first clao_Dry Good-* Store, at MARSH A GO'S.,
No. 5, Union Block. Elmira, N. Y.
\LL CUSTOMERS FROM A DLS
-f*. TANCE who trade at MARSH A COS., in Elmira,
will have their expenses more than paid on what thoy
save iti the price of Good*. Hundreds of persons have
tried it to their eutire satisfaction. Try it on, come and
see n*. boy twenty dollars worth of its. and if you dou't
find it so, your expenses will all be paid in cash by
Dec. 7 MaILSH A CU No. 5. Union Block.
MONTANYES 7 STORE
riIHE CREDIT SYSTEM NOT ENTIRE
jL I.Y EXPLODED We would say to our prompt pay
ing Customers that we are still selling Goods on a credit
ef Six Months, and tlmt we are receiving large supplies
by railroad and canal weekly . and our prices will compare
favorably with our cash receiving neighbors.
THE WHOLESALE FEATURE of their concern ia
still continued and small parcels, for Cash will be sold at
ONE BOAT LOAD OF IRON AND NAILS just re
ceived from the Dtmcnnon Iron Works which will be sold
to the trade at city prices including freight. Let us pa
tronize the manufacture of our owu State.
Nov. 24. lvls. MOXTAXYE9.
Dr. Wistai's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
"f X7IIERF the above preparation is known, it is so well
\ * estaMi-h.ed a- an infallible Remedy for the cure of
Coughs. Colds, S re Throat. Hoarseness. Bronchitis, Spit
ting of Blood, Pain in the Breast, Croup, WJjpopmg
Cough, and every forn of pclmoxaky complaint. that it
were a work of supererogation to speak of its merits.
Discovered bv a well known physician newc than twenty
years since, it has hv the wonderu! euros it has effected;
been constantly appreciating in public favor, until its use
and its reputation arc alike unirergal; and it ta now known
and cherished l>v all (and their " name is legion"') who
have been restored to health by its use as the ore AT Rttii-
Elv for the di-eases vvhicli its professes to cure.
Sir James Clark, physician to Queen Victoria.has givau
it as his opinion that
CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED!
The whole history of this Medicine fully confirms tlio
opinion of that eminent man. Thousands can testify, and
have testified, that when ail other remedies had failed.this
has completely cured : and that the sufferer had well nigh
despaired, this has afforded immediate relief ; that wi.eu
the physician had pronounced the disease incurable, this
has removed it entirely.
The virt ies o this Balsam are alike applicable to euro
a slight cold <>r a Confirmed Consumption, and its power
as a safe, certain, speedy, pleasant and effectual remedy
cannot be equalled.
AS" C action !—Piirliasc none unless it has the writ
tkn signature of" 1. Butts" on the wrapper, as well as
the printed name of the proprietors.
The following per- >ns have experienced satisfactory
results from the use of Wi-tar's Balsam—William Law
rence, Post-Master at Bailey Creek : John Fox. Post
muster at Mainshurg : B. M. Bailey, the we'll known Tera
peranee Lecturer, and Thomas Jewel, a well known citi
zen of Tioga County.
S. W. FO'vVLK A CO., Proprietors, Boston. For sale by
their agents everywhere.
A hunts —Patten 4* Payne, and 11. C. rorter.Towanda;
S. W. A P F. Prur.croy. Troy ; Dr. K. P. Alien, Smith
lield : T. Mather A Co.. Cl-ter ; G. A. Perkins, Athena;
J. F. Long A Son, Burlington.
GEO. ir. nrxTixG,
RESPECTFULLY informs his former customers and
' the public generally.t i.it he has removed his
7 AILOB'S SHOP,
To one door soi tb of Tracy A Moore's store and imme
diately onpo-ite D. C. Ilali's Stove and Tin Store Main t.
He Hatter- himse'f that from hi- long experience in bu
siness he will lie able to please all who may favor him
with their custom. Owing to the linr pr*<.iurr in therm •
ney market, he will make Coats from *2 50 to #4 50each
and other work in proportion for RF.ADY PA)'.
Country Produce in payment, will not be refused, if
ffered- Tnwanda. March 20. IftW.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
Bfhrren J. hingsberif's vV J. l'otrtir* stores.
J 3?7t~ THE subscriber would re-pectAllh under to
hisciiHton er- md the public generally his sin
j/1 Jf cere than! s for the very liberal patronage ex
tendi d"o him the past season, lie solicits a continuance
of tbe smie.
He would say to the public that he intends to keep eon
stantl on hand a e!ui< e -election ol ME \TS of all kinds,
the be-t the country affords, which he intends to sell for
very small profits, either by the side, quarter or pound.—
Plot a - give me a call.
Shr Meats. Ac., will be delivered on short notice, when
i ordered, at anv place in the Corporation.
Towanda, Kh. 12,1-.-7. J. McCABE.
EXTRACT OF LEMON, ROSE YAX
IJt ILI.A. and Almond, at FOX'S.
COLE AND UPPER LEATHER, nt
U ROCKWELL'S, cor. Main A Bridge sts. l'atton's
Block. Nov. 24.
LADIES' DOE GAUNTLETTS—The
"Pireolomini Style." has been received, and is now
for saie ai the 0ct.15. KEYSTONE STORF