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WAKEMAN'S CORNET. BAND,
I)ENJ , -E. WAKEMAN, Leader, and comprising a wim
her of good musicians, announce to the public that
they are prepared to furnish music for Parades, Excur
sions, 8ai15,.4c., on reasonable terms. Address.
Laceyrille, July 17,18g0. BENJ. E. WAKEMAN.
y' HE subscribers offers will offer at public
sale at their stables, in Towanda, Saturday, July 21.
go, a large number of valuable Road, Carriage and
germ H ors es, together with several setts of Team Aar-
Imo. st ag , Hacks, Hay and Straw Cutters, add other
p ro A e , o .,.. rty• .A credit of six, nine and twelbe months will
given. Good security will be required in all cases.
Joly 12, 1660. PO WSLL & SMITH.
CAME to the enclosure of the subscriber,
in Warren townshin, Bradford county, Pa., on the
11th of June, tire creatures, supposed to be one year old.
—being 3 steers and 2 heifers,-1 jet black steer; 1 pale
resfateer, line back, some white under belly ; 1 brinale
steer with a white star ih his forehead ; 1 red heifer, also
1 red heifer with brindle cast, with white under belly.
warren. July 16, 1860. WM. C. BOWEN.
if YELL'S MILL at Sugar Creek is doing
in_ all the work that Is brought to it promptly, having
the Steam Power in successful operation, we can assure
all who choose to give us their patronage, that they can
rely upon having their work well done, and with dispatch
MYER, FROST Co.
Towanda July }B. 1860.
JULY 9, 1860.
They Have Arrived !
Those who were unfortunate in not securing a bargain in
our last late arrival of
FASHIONABLE AND CHEAP
RMEM SODU_t_s l
Children & Ladies Flats, Shakers, &c.
Are again offered an opportunity
A Large Assortmewi al Law Pi:ices from which
9/1(1 BARRELS SALT, at
• nt Tr,.‘ CT & MOORVS.
MACKEMACKEREL and Mackinaw Trout, in
whole, bait' and quarter barrels, at
iIAUTION.-IYlierem3 my wife POLLY
!*; ny bed and board without ally jiht mow,
this therefore to forbid nil per-Ins hurtekri tip , or tr List
in" her en my account. nil will pay no debts of her con
tractiaz aft,r thin date.
iriSl U. ii. 111.1", Jr
PISS ! El= ! ! ram !t t
TE lebt attttort ment in ptniitylv.t ilia. e.m.kting of
.1 !Mackerel, Trout. White F6h. Mat! Sa!ttion,
Codlbill, Pickled and Smoked Herring. Smoked Halibut,
&e. an.. on band, and to be sold cheap, by
Towanda. June 10, 1.460. . e. 11. l'AT(•11.
rittrxT i rxturr !
n r.ANGES, I.emotts. liana., Citron
Towanda. Jong. lit , I.cn. It. 1,.V1
EES E.— A fine wide of elieeQe nlways
NJ on hand and for whrAcsalo and
c. H. p arlr.
POFFEES, TEAS AND :SPICES—The
beA in I' , “„u. PATt
'VINE DAIRY SALT.—trirge and small
.1.!“ of A.llton Silt A new Int 01 l 4 yra-n• - • 2 Salt.
arrivvd and for sale ,lteap.
THE CAMPAIGN OF 1860!
! 3ft - Sle ! ! 3.11:51e ! ! !
The Towanda Brass Band,
OF TEN TALENTED AND EXPEIII.
• m SIC I rellect nongoince
to thr r tar:l, of the• awl adjoining comities, that they
al- Lan' tueol-h the BEST NISI' OF MIST('
to. J try xol ery ITCC:I-1 , 311, et CC:Lang:ILI , . rfith,. Far cu
goleorot, A thlrens J. BILL MEAN::.
1 A NTED.—Vi ve hundred men as Agehts
to travel in either of the R 4 ...ts of New York,
Woo, Michigan, 111....cutislii, lowa, Gm
ia , ticut and Mind* ;gaud, A man nt good character
HWI ordinary husdness talent, with a C 114411 capital nt V2ou,
ran find Constant employment, with pleasure and profit,
and the man of energy, per,...Yernace and economy may
...cure a fortune, as the agency may ennti sue tr,im three
laddlni to 25 years. Agents wishi..g, to trays! in the ...tate
ol,New York can lie Inittlediatrly entploved. and in Ohio
the tiro[ of June next. For Mallet' partkulan empire ut
the subseriher. at Towanda,
April IF , 1`0;0
y wricE.—The Robscribetg offer to sell the
o,py•right to it.W.ll/I)EN'S FORM 1)052K r
MARktrate.. (Aldermen. and Justicf.s.) tnr tiny of the
Stater of the except l'enniylvania and (Phi°, at
ptire3 rancing from $.5011 to $lOOO. according to squat
nice and population. - timid inducements are offered poi . •
chasers, as the copy-right does not expire unlit
B. GLIDDEN, Friendsrille.
A. WIC4iII AN. Towanda.
April 16. I,GO
111. JOHN WINTOSII, will be found at
hiA old office, Patton's Block, doting Spring and
Teeth nsertes/ on Vulcanised 'lubber—the
Lttest itnpiocement is dentistry. Specimen piece to be
*en at the office. Persona indebted t) me will please
Pal ap• JOHN rINTOSII.
Toran.l3, Starch 20, li3oo.
The Old Cash Drug House
Main and Pine street,
N E W
AtDITOR'S NOTICE.—In tAt matter of
the "fide of Henry Sible , deceased. In tho Orphans'
Coort of Bradford Couw.ty•
under.iued, an Anditor, appointed by said Court
to distrinute Ito monies jy tke hands of the Executor,
as per account filed, 'will attend to the duties of Ids
appointment at his office in the Borough of Towanda, on
SSTURDAY, the Ilth,day of AUGUST.IB6O.at 1 o'clock
P. 1 L at which time and place all persons interested will
Present their claims or be debarred from elaiming any
Portion of said fund. ' C. D. 110.t..ITANYE,
July 15, IRGO . Auditor.
EE OF REAL ESTATE — .—The valua
ble Real Kstate Known as the Lukens Lands-situate
hi Warren Township, Bradford County Pa.. are offered for
mile to the highest and best bidder. This body of lands
eoatista of font coutiguons tracts. containing fifteen hun
dred acres of good farming and grazing land, well water
Pt and of easy access to a close market for produce, as
the lands are' snated only about, five miles from the New
York and Erie Railnctid. Offers of purchase will be re
ceived for the whole body, or for the separate parcels an
ntirding to the subdivisions occupied by the tenants. No
sale will be made of less than ape hundred acres, and
can be sold in that way.
Pam-1s will not be sold separately uss nle the whole body
Terms payment, one third cash, and the balance
equal annual instalments, with interest secured by
bond and mortgage an the property. Title unquestiona
ble. and tree from all incumbrance. Persons desiroul of
purchasing will send their offers in writing in the nature
' of hide per acre, either to my Agent,
it• WM. ELWELL, Esq., Towanda, Pa.
ohe wilr to mytelf, SARAH L. KEENE, adminiatrstrix, with
annexed of John Lukens, deceits* . lOW and
Cheetnut streela, Philadelphia.
' Ipril 2, laso.
JULY 10, 1860.
WM. A. ROCKWELL
Summer & Fall Goods,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
PRINTS FROM 5 cti TO ONE SHILLING.
MANTILLAS AND DUSTERS.
WHITE CRAPE, STELLA, BROCIII;
AND PRINTED SHAWLS.
SUN UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
BROAD CLOTHS, MEN AND BOYS' PLAIN AND
FANCY CASSIMERES, SUMMER PANT
AND COAT GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, BOOTS, SHOES,
SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER.
YANKEE NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS.
- CROCKERY AND HARDWARE,
FARMERS TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
All cif which will be sold at the lowest possible pnee for
Cash or Produce. WNI. A. ROCKWELL.
ORANGE of hours, commencing MONDAY. JUNE. IR
1860. Trains will le4ve Waverly at about the follow
lug hours, viz
GOING WEST. GOING EART.
Dunkirk Exprese..l.s7 P. M,IN. Y. Express-11.08 A. M
Night Expre55....3.37 A. M.iNight Expreso.l2.l4 A. M.
Mail 8 11 P. lil.!Aceummodation 6.53 P. M.
Way ' . k. 13 A. 11 !Stock Eipress. 4.55 A. M.
Express Freight-5.35 P. M.lWay 7.55 P. M.
Fast Freight • /4 I'4 A. Nl.lF.t.st Freight...lo.lo A. M.
Way Freight 6.40 A. M. ! Way Freight-4.20 P. M.
Cincinnati Ex cress doe not stop at Waverly. Night
Express, Stock Express, Express Freight. Fast Freight
(both ways.) run every day. Accoinmodation remain.
neer night at Binghamton. Mail remains over night nt
Elmira. Night Express of Sundays, rims only to Elmira.
All other traine run daily, except Sunder.
ARLES MINOT, General Sup.
NATHANIEL HARSH, Ilereiver.
New- ron Works hi Tostanda .
TH E subscriber has the pleasure to announce
to the public that helms commenced , operations in
his new Works, and Is OoO' prepared to execute orders for
rteanl Engines, Grist Mill, Circular, Gang and Mu.
ley Saw Mill Iron.. Iron tVitter Wheels, and most kinds
of Castings and Machinery in common use. He also,
manufactures a variety of Stove, ; also Thithlde Ski ills
and Pipe Bxes. ila% lug purcici-ed - the entire stock ut
Patirrr3 of Cdr• late c , inr;.rn cf l'11(1;,pi& NV heeler, C John
Arnut, of Elmira, he thinks he is Letter provided u ith
pattern.- for tiv.iring. thao any com.erii in this region
or country. lie al,l I r sided with the choicest Maciii- -
nery cud the heel iit Workalim. acil has every Meilitv to
execute boyk promptly. lie therMufe, solicits a ".il'are
of public patrohailre.
ribanila Julie Pi.
TRACY & MOORE'S
BROWN SHE ET I .); CiS, 4-1 with, from
GI to •A cent, per )u!k.l at
j' - 2 1 '. HUMPHREY'S.
J.lt GE STOCK of GentA, Ladies and
C4ildrrn•s Gaiter:. 8... lets and Slivos. ,Pi.t le
Joule :NI. I•r.n. 111"NITIIRF:Y.S.
Is rrcciciug at the
Metropolitan hardware Store,
A LAIIGE ADDITION To HIS STOCK OF
Harvest & Haying Tools,
Iron, rind-s , -n , l, St (r ,, , Iln Icr 11 - 6rlars,
irushinL,r .11achtn‘ s, ,
iis. Gig ss, Ihn
WANT E I) . W1)01,, II IDES, PELTS,
Portrait & Landscape Painted
(1 13 PATCH respectfulki informs the ci
J• tizens of Totvai,da nut vi inity, that he has reeeiv
ed and opened in It. King , lbery's oppo,ite Mo..tan
yes', a large and well ,elected ,fora of
Groceries & Provisions,
Which trill b.! Eohl Cheap as the Cheapeat, for
CASE OR ream:nu:a PRODUCE.
The Goods art entirely new and fresh, any'• comprise the
best selected stock of
Spit-es, Fruils, Candies, Ilikirrn, Pork, flrams,
Dried Beef. Fisk of all kinds. Camphene,
Fluid, Ilioden Sbne It 4-r..
Ever brought inb. this Merkel. All that h asked is a
trial of veils and prices.
CASH AND THE HIGHEST PRICE
V%lll be paid at all times for Farmer's Produce of all kinds
truoxi BUTTER - wanted at good prices.
Towanda, June I I INhu.
READ ! REFLECT !
THAT fn addition to our former assorment
we are now opening a full and general assortment of
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
selected with great care to meet the wants of all: Farm
ers, Mechanics (and especially)
will (if they consult their own interest) give us us a call
before purchasing elsewhere, as we are determined
NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD !
Our Stock oG
DRY GOODS, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, , BOt;TS k, SHOES,
HARDWARE, PAINTS, OILS,
NAILS, SASII, GLASS,
HOUSE TRIMMINGS, &c.
cannot be excelled as to quality, quantity or variety.
TRACI & MOOR&
Towanda, Jnne 14. MO
FRESH. ORANGES AND LEMONS, at
FRESH FIGS AND PRUNES, at
SIIMMER, SILKS, Challies, Bareges,.Thib
bets and Crape Shawls, just received at
fe2o. HUM PHREY'S.
Ulster Brass & String land.
WIT. DITTRICIS, Leader.
ANNOUNCE, to the public, in general, that they are
prepared to furnish Music for Parades, Excursions,
Ptc Nies, Cotillion Parties, &o.
For engagements, apply to W. Dirrawn, 'Towanda,
1. DAVIDSON, Ulster. martlfonf,„,
TjAY RAKES,AT WHOLESALE AND
.11-1, Retail, at ILERCUR'S.
IS OPENING A LARGE STOCK OF
WOODEN AND STONE WARE,
BIRD CAGES AND BIRD SEED,
OILS, PA LNTS, KEROSENE, PLEID A; ALCOHOL,
GRINDSTONES AND HINGES,
N. Y. & M. RAIL ROAD.
S. N. , BRONSON
11 - .4RD HOUSE. TOWANDA
J. D. HUMPHREY,
Hosiery and Gloves,
BOO7S;' . SHOES & GAITERS,
Sole & Upper Leather,Calf skin,
W MLR ARE TO BE sr:t)
At Reduced Prices,
0. D. lIIIITI.F.TT
r AVE just received from the City, a
Large Stock u(
DEPORTED PURE MOORS,
of every vai;ety. My stock of LIQUORS has been put ,
cha,ed for ' A fi, ;lireetly Irmo the linportera, whereby
I am enabled to tarnish Fanner. for the approaching
Harvest, a ..tiperior and Pure article of Liquor, of any
kind ahatetrr.ntl.o ER PRICES than were ever be
fore offered in 'feu:lnd.'.
%yin !Ind it greatly to theft a.lvantage to examine my
.t o ,•k l efoie p.m hosing elsewhere. 1 have Meilitlf4i fur
pnr.hasing, which enables me to WIiuLESALE my
goods at New York
Be,ides my Li4luomare warranttal pure and unadulter
ated. have ako on hand the Largest Stock and Great
est Variety of
TOBACCO AND SECARS
Ever brie,4o. to . Towanda , which having been purchased
directly from the Manufacturer; and Importers, enables
Inc to a im.ete with the Wholesale Tobacconists of the
city. 11.4.• I keepers and others are respeetfully Invited
to an examination of my entire ',tuck of Liquors, Cigars
and Tu' acco. Also,
Groceries & Provisions,
Of every deseription, will be kept constantly on hand, at
prie,, KR than ekewbern in this town.
Confident that I inn enabled to sell toy entire stock of
flood', either at Wholesale or Retail, leas titan like goods
c:111 be !Amelia...eel this side of the City, I respectfully so
licit the !subtle to an examination at No. 5. Brick Row.
11. W. NOBLE.
Towanda. June 14,
PITOICE IMPERIAL TEA at 50 cents
kJ a poond ; a better article than we have ever sold at
that price, and probably as good as others sell at 75 mita
Tbbeuo humbug—aft we ask is to have it tried. We
warrant every pound of Tea we sell to give satisfaction cr
the money returned in all ca4es at FOX'S.
JRIO AND LAGL'IRA COFFEE
it./ in the Kern& and Grain at rot's.
, ins. rigg, Prune:, and Dried Peaches at FOX'S.
VIIEESE, CRACKERS AND HERRING
V at r /X'S.
BASKETS, CLOTHES PINS, SCRUB
and Marking brushes, Window Brushes with long
and sh..rt handles, Mop Sticks, Shaker Mops, Matches,
Wooden Faucets and a vat loty of Wood ware at
RAKE RS COCOA No. 1 11000 LATE,
_UP Homeopathic Chocolate. Farina, Corn Starch and
Preserved Fruits of diferent kinds put up in 5 pounds
jail; at FOX'S.
AIZENA—A NEW ARTICLE MADE
11 frekm Corn, said to be superior to Corn Starch for
Puddings at FOX'S
XITS, SARDINES AND CIGARS
Wholesale and retail at FOX'S.
AES' DETERSIVE SOAP-THE
• best Chemical soap In the United Staten at
MACARONI AND VERMECILLA
very tine and freak at FOX'S.
FRED NEMR.C r OM,
CIVIL ENGINEER, SURVEYOR AND
DnA UG HMI A N , respectfully announces to the cit
izens of Bradford county. that he le prepared to do any
work that may be entrusted to him, with accuracy and
Towanda, May 24th, IVA
WOOL ! WOOL WOOL 1-25;00011m.
WANTED!—The highest market mit* will be
paid rt May 23,1860. M. E. SOLOMON'S.
air Walsh your Wool clean before you bring it to mar
ket, on the sheep, it possible, or in tub, as olio-third will
be deducted for unwashed wool, as is the custom in the
wool trade, and farmers can do It a good dealcheaper,.as
WILSON, MUMS dr. CO.
And Extensive Dealers in Tea.
115 Warren street, (three doors below Washington st.,)
WILLIAM 11. WILSON, formerly of the firm of Pal
ler, Dayton dr, Co., and Wilson, Jackson A Merrill.
D. V. BARNES, formerly of Bradford county.
A. C. KEENEY, of Wyoming county, Pa. •
SAMUEL N. DELAND, of New York. Moran
JUNE 15, 1860.
(West Side of the lublic Square.)
Sugar, Molasses, Fisk,
Suitable for tae season.
AND A GEN.-I.IIAL ASSORTNIENT OF
MOROCCO, SHOE FINDINGS, LININGS, &c,
FOR CASH !
FARMERS, AND ALL
50 Cent Tea.
JUNE 1; 1860:
KEYSTONE STOKE !
IN calling attentinn to our present stock of
NEW GOODS, *5 do not hesitate to say, that in no
village In Northern Pennsylvania or Sourthern New
York will a stock of goods be found possessing more at
tiattidns in tiktiety, styles, quality of goods and prices,
than we are now prepared to exhibit. Having facilities
for buying goods superior to others, we are able at all
times to select the newest styles and most desirable goods
as they appear In Market ; and conducting our business
strictly upon ike
CASH SYSTEM !
we uan keep always on hand a large stock and better as
sortment and can afford to beLl goods at lower prices than
they can be found elsewhere.
We are now receiving a large assortment of
SUMMER SILKS !
Plain and Figured Bareges, Crape Moretz. Elegant
Barege ROBES, 14 half their value. Organdie Robes,
Printed Organdies, Plain and Figured Lawns, Jaronett
Robes, Printed Jaconetts, Pine Apple Cloths. " Barege
Angials," the morel taShirmable add durable cotton and
wprted prees goods now worn. Besides a great variety
of other styles or Dress Goods. Also the best assort
That can be found this side of Xew York.
STEEL SFRINIG HOOP SKIRTS
At a Great Reduction in Price
.11,ST RECEIVED AT
the Keystone Store.
A YILF:SII SUPPLY OF
Three-Plg and Ingrain Carpels,
Plain White and Check Vattinga . Flrior Oil Cloths. from
3-1 to 2 yards wide, Druggets, Matte, kc.
These goods we are prepared to sell 20 per cent less than
the same can be bought elsea-bere.
TUST RECEIVED at the KEYSTONE
STORE, a large lot of SUN UMBRELLAS and PA
RASOLS, at a peet reduction from what we have hereto
fore acid them.
T UST RECEIVED at the KEYSTONE
SToll.E.stelia Shams. all prices. Plain Th het Shawls
all colors, Silk Shawls. Brodie Shawls. Printed Wuol
Shawls, Lace Shawls, Silk and Lawn Mantillas, " Zeno
TEST RECEIVED at the KEYSTONE
it, STORE, Elegant Counterpanes, different sires. Wool
and Damask Table Covers, Damasks, Bleached and rn
lileacktl Linen Table Damasks, Napkins, Linen Table
Spreads, Curtain Draperies, Sheetings and Pillow-case
Muslins, from Iths to 2i yards wide.
JUST RECEIVED at the KEYSTONE
lei STORE, an elegant assortnient of Embroideries. Em•
broidered Collars. Embroidered Setts. Embroidered Edg
ings. Embroidered insertings, Marsailles Collars, Mar
sallies Setts, Embroidered Flounclogs, Crape Collars,
Crape Setts. Crape Veils. Black Love Veils. A large as
sbrttnent of Black Lace Veils.
TUST RECEIVED nt the KEYSTONE
• STORE, Transparent Window Shades, all sizes, and
Trimmings. Green and Buff Iloßands, different widths.
- LUST RECEIVEt) at the KEYSTONE
t./ STORE, Boots and *hes, Hats, Caps and Straw
Goods, Crockery, OiLs'and _Paints, Olass and Sash, Choice
ALL size 4 in colots, Black and White, of
these cerebrated gloves will always be found at the
Nails r Nails ! !
KEGS NAILS of a Superior Quality
For Sada, Whol*Aaln and Retail, at the
NORTHERN LIFE AND FIRE ASSURANCE COMPANY
Ao. t, Moor g ate street, Lmutaw.
ANNUAL REVENUE, .. 1,000,000
Office, New Building, PhiLadelphla Bank,
425 Chestnut Street.
George G. Anderson, Thomas N. Farquhar, Sir Chas.
R. licGrigor, Bart. Lord Ernest Bruce, M. P., Duncan
James Kay, William Westgarth, William Miller. M. P.,
Chairman, A. P. Fletcher,Secretery, Edward Foch, Vice
The Policies of the NORTHERN ASSURANCE COM
PANY, are not only gurranteed by a Large Capital, but
also by the unlimited personal responsibility of over
One Thousand Shareholders.
Sir Losses prdperly adjusted and paid, withront refer
ence to London.
PRILADELPFIIA BOARD OF REFERENCE
Stuart dc Brother, DeCutcheon .3.5 Colltias, Jos. B.
Mitchell. Esq., Pre& ?Jett. Bank,liyets, Claghorn & Co..
Smith, IVllliams & Co., Jas. Dunlap, Esq., Pres. Union
Bank, James Graham A; Co., Gew, Macaleatar ..S; Co.,
Hon. W. A. Porter, late Judge Supreme Court.
Duncan. Sherman & Co., J. I.t. Jtnart & Co., Geo. 11.
Stuart & Co., Abr'm Bell's SOW, J. It. Jay & Bons,
Robert &, Williams.
J. E. Thayer & Brother, Jarve; & CorMera . Sweeteer,
Cooldn & Swan, C. R. Hovey & Co., Wilson, Hamilton .t
Co., George Greigg, Esq., Geo. Snell, Esq., Johnson, Se
well & Co., Geo. W. Warren & Co. e•
WILLIAM GETTY, Agent. - "'
New Bailding, Philadelphia Bank.
E. B. McKEAN, Solicitor,
May 31, 1810. Towanda, Pa.
Near the Bridge, Towanda, Pa.
JOHN LAUGHLIN 'respectfully informs
the public that he has teemed the new and commodi
ous Hotel rocently erected near the Bridge, and having
banished it thoroughly, is now prepared to accommodate
inch of the travelling public as may give him a call.
He will endeavor b attention 0 the wanted Ids guests
and by the reanonabieneem of charges, to merit a por
tion of public patronage.
The Bar wilt be kept stocked with the best Sprit:ion
and Malt Upon. Stabling la attached. with care
ful attendance. • May 23, 1800.
CULTIVATOR TEETH at
trACKINAW MUT—Fine New Fiab
01 Just received at •'
A NEW stock OF
o:4les' Bakery &We s Room
IF you want fine ORANGES & LEMONS
GO TO THE GAMY.
If you want CANDIES,
If you want BREAD, CAKES, PIM or cnActlan,
TU THE BAKERY
II you want good TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
GO TO THE BAKERX
If you *nut an era GLASS OF LEMONADE,
O 0 TO THE BAKERY
If tot pant a Very extra DISH OF ICE CREAM. !
GO TO THE EA KE!Y
It you Want the LSTEST NEWSgIAPERs,
'GO TO THE BAKflty
Ir you want any of the POPI:LATt MAGA:USES,
GP TO YID; BAKERY
Tryon Want to ORDER ANY BOOK, .
GO TO THE BAKERI
Or a PIECH OF SHEET 11E810, ~_L L
GO TO THE ttiKERY
Go to hie Battery, and see what is there !
H. S. MERCUIt
H A LlEe ast rt l ec w eiv
h ) . . ill fine befo s u t n o d c a k ofP
S tva ltN ri l oy t o i f
fiSHIONABIE DRESS GOODS,
The Largest, Bestan i tE an hea sn
Cheapest of French,
PRINTS AND GINGHAMS;
IN TOWN N
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND SUMMER STUFFS,
Of eery description
Carpets and Matting,
OIL CTOTUS, DRUGGET,
WALL & WINDOW PAPER, SHADES,
LACE VEILS, EMBROIDERED coLLArs,
BLEACHED et BROWN SHEETIND.9. 8 SHIP.TINGS,
CRAVATS, N'ECK TIES, STOCKS, SHIRT COLLARS
BOSOUS, SUSPENDERS, Sc.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS.
untLgually fun assortment of Cofttmon .4.01,16vry
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, COMO/IZZ,
WINDOW GLASS, SASII,
OILS, PAINTS AND VARNISHES,
CROCKERY 4: GLASSWARE,
All of which are offered at the Lorrst Price:
Towanda. April 2ii, lean
The Campaign of 1860 'fairly Opened
In the ,liape of a
FRESH AND LARGE ASSORTMENT
CROCIEERT, HATS AND CAPP,
&c., &c., &c.,
An.l all the elegarees and et eeteraa neeegsary to gratify
the tastes and wants of this fast atm. March 21.
DRESS DEAZENGF !
THE undersigned would respectfully inform
the Ladies of Towanda and vielritty..- that they are
now prepared to do all hinds of URE:S..; %L NINh in the
latest and most fashionable and cheaper than at
any other 95 tots:hi:unit 11.`'he Comity. •
earlOorts one door below BeSilentan's block, at Ike
resittace of A.J.Noble. :MIS. A. J. NOBLE:,
April 16. 1060. MISS .1. 11. 1111. E.
'Wool Carding in Myersburg.
PE(ISONS living on the West side of the
Susquehanna river, having wom. T 4) ( - .1):4) can
leanie it at the Clothing Store of E. S. BENEIIiCT. in
Towandt. and it will lw gent to the Factory in M er•lsiig.
Carded and then returned to the Store erithont . any extra
charge for cartage. -
idyersburg. May 11, ISC.O. W. A. HEIEDICT.
. .. . _ r_ .
NOTICE TO COLT,ECTOItti —Von are
hereby authorized to deduct live per rent, from the
State tax of every individual who pa y his. or her
State and County Taxes; in frill. on or liefore the (!sty
of Pin 6 next, and the same shall be allowed yotr in ;our
settlssment with the Treasurer, providrd the same k by
you paid into the County Trei-ury oil or belore the 2t;
and 27 days of June, next. By order of the Commis
;sioners, E. IL t'tlnt.l3.li•t;H, Clerk,
Gontmi«inner's Offire, 'May 1, I gra)
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C. IL SkYllO .k Ca..
iO7 Naggari Street, New-York
PLANTS FOR SALE
AT THE CARDEN OF
LIST OF PRICES :
Early York Cabtstge, t cents doz.
Early Dutch' Cauliflower,
Asiatic Cauliflower, 0
Large Late Cauliflower, 6 "
Urge Sweet Pepper, .10 "
Large Red Tomato, 6 "
Large Round Egg-Plant, .10
Long Egg Plant, ..10 "
Bell-shaped Pepper, 10 "
A few thousand Sweet Potato Plants, will in condition
to set from 10th of May to the 10th of June, at 50 cents
All Late Cabbage Plants, out-door culture, at 23 cents
Celegit% 25 cents per hundred ; thonsands in fi ne con
dition to set from the middle of may to the first of Au
gust. Being so deficient last season, I am now prepared
to supply all &mends.
Much pains will be taken to make all the Planta as
strong and stocky as possible; by; transplanting. s;e:
Plants may be carried any distance, as they will be pack
ed exceedingly well in mew
AU the Vines I sold,' emscantirunto name. The
purchasers will please keep the names distinct, and when
they.ftnit should there be a Mistake. a new Vine will be
given. A few vartelges of Grape Vines for sale, at the
'Rotunda, April 213, 1860. HARRY 3114/
RPILANS' COURT SALE.—By yirtu6
of an order of the Orphans' Court of Bradford' Comp
ty;will be exposed to public sale, on the premises, on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 4,1840 v at 1 o'clock, P. IL the
following described property, late the estate of Orange
Bosworth; late lof Pike twp., deceased; to wit North'
by !ankle of %Vbs. Brink's estate, east by !ands belonging
to the heirs of said Win. Brink's estate, and lands of
Muscly Ellsworth. south by lands or George D. Johnson
and Jonathan Nichols, west by lands Cl Stephen Brink:
H t Tepper and It. B. Eastabrooks. Containing about
siktY Ursa, about fifty acres improred;,. ivith -a Mimi&
dwelling Loose, framed barn, small horst .barn; tire or
Terms made known on the day of sale.
'WU B . STEVENS,
GO TO TILE BAKERY
eiRPHANS' COURT SALE.4--By virtaci
V of an orderer the Orphans' Court of Bradford Conn
t 07.• will:be exposed to public sale, on the prethlses, on. eATUIIDAY,AUGUST 16$10, at 1 P. ii.tbe rolkrwing
property late the estate of P.M.Hosley,late of Bpll . egflel d
twp., deceased. tow , t : The following lot piece or par•
ccl of lapdpituate in Sluing/101 tp., bounded east by
S. S. Moso.eY, south by lands bf P. P. Bennett, west by
!atlas et Charles Elliott, et. al.. nortjt by lan& of J. tio
hord, B. Culp. Containing thty-two acres, or there
Terms of Sale--One foni•th npnn confirmation of sale
and the balance in one year with interest.
nIZPIIANS' COritT SALE.—By virtue
V of an order of tie Orphans' Court of Bradford Coun
ty, will be exposed to public Pale. on the premikes, on
SATURDAY, JULY 7. 18G0; at I o'clock, Po L. the fel -
lowjnt prDrrty, late tin estate of,,Nelson Johnson, late
of Pike twp., deceits:if. to wit The following lot, piece
or parcel of Land,Aituate,in .Pike, tp, bounded north by
lands of eeorge 11. eaat by the public, highway
leading through Leßaysville, south by William F. Rob
bins, west by lands of JoAiali Benham. ContainhigabOut
one, third of an acre, all improved. with a small framed
dwelling howe, barn and a few fruit tress thereon.
Tenn of Sal— The 'torch:we trlonei to be paid on the
conlinnatiou of the bale.
A DIMI N . I STRATO R'S NOTlCE.—Notice
is hereby given. that all persona indebted to the es
'Ate of CHARLES PERKINS, Late ur SinkthOeld, dece'd,
must make immetliat" plymolnt. an,. all pet•sunataring
demands airainst said estate trill present them duly au
thenticated fur settlement.
JOSEPH PERKINS, •
A N ISTitA TOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
is hereby given. that all persons indebted to the
estate of PHILANDER M. HOSLEY; late- of Spring-
field twp., decease/1., are hereby rtluested to nutke pay
rhelit without ils!ay, and all persons having , ansands
nysio~.,nin rr,t a le, will present theta duly authetttivat
ed fur ,ettleuient.
D M IN ISTR .vroll'S NOTI Cr.—Notico
is hereby riven. that all per,ans itidebtl..4. to the
estate ASA de,eabed, late of Canton town•
nr , to m.". 0 payment %f Mont delay -
aed thus.? ha: ma clalm; viast %h.- said estate will pleasi
present th..w duly authenticated for settlement.
ASA IT k TT,
FY. ECt"r()R'S Non r F — . Notice if!here
by gi,en. that tll o o:tel to the I.t4te o
AS /1E1: rl-EN t ;."1 N . tato of Attsclor. Borough. de
r e a.. r ,i. at , ro t •1 to To 1 , 12 payment without de
lay. 4 11,1 a ll dm:lands azainct said es , tate,
nisi prt—t. tr, th.:n dniv out/lent/v:l4c/ me , ettletnent, to
I'LAI.!.F:s 0. HUNTINGTON, •
ADM I N 1:7,T11 ATO R'S NOTICE.- -Notiee
is 1...re1.y given. that all pertnn: indebted to the
e-tafe )111.1.1 AA( F.\ ItN.SWORTII late a Tritpaec'd.
ar,, :,•i t paylii, qt wilnout delay ;
and all pi ag.t.izibt the :+aid estate will
duly anthent.eated rnr .- - ettlentent.
ELEA 'LEH PO NEMO Y.
A uDITOR•S NOTICE —John Holmes to
H. J. mudar, use vs. Charles Mem!. —ln the
Court of ( . 01111a /11 Please of Bradford County, No. 4ett.
Deeeml:er . - •
The undo E.:lg . :led, an Auditor, appointed 1)7 said Court
to di.tritalle tuna" tai.",l It) : , Itet s ?ode of reel estate ot
;II attend to ot his ppoititment at
hi" office it: the hot MIA of Towanda., on SATMIDAY.
the lath L f CI; t 1 , 1,9, at tt u'clurk, A. M., at
wi,:,•:, A n d 1 .!,,, inteleided are requested
to pr,•-ent tho , ‘..l.ittn- or eke be for , nor debarred front
the -aid fond. L. ti ERTON, Jr.
„tidy 11. Auditor.
1.4 1 . X E(' I "TO N O'FIC —Notce is here
-I_4 I,v cite!). that ail poran. indiddia) to We estate ot
Wyr,ii.dn; - tp.. deed..
are hereby requested to male payment without delay ;
and all person. having t faints against said estate will
pre-cut theta duly au:he:meat, d tor ~ettletnent.
El' t:TOICS NOTICE. Notice is here
-114 by; given. that a!l per,on: indebted to the eQ
tate 01 HANNAH EVI FTS, late of twp. detease.d.
are L.l eby reque,,ted to in.:Le payment without delay,
and all having. 4 - 101114 urninct said estate, will
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
A I) NI I N !STRATI-1i N 01'1 CR—Not ice
hereby chrn. that al p.t , rq,:fa indebted to the eg
bite of JJII. sit El'A Lae ul LlJrough, deceaAel
are herehy rerior•-ted to mak.• i4tqliate payinentnnd
persoil+ 167,Viit.g 4tgaanst'Naid estate will present
then aut..tait: , at, i ior wont. "
ADm I N I STII.ITO lI'S N oTicE.—Notice
nerkliy g I Vt . ll I IL.a. all per,tn , indebted to the ea
tat, of E'):lt,E AN . F.lll', late of gorne lowmihip, deed,
are hereby reoue•4 d to make immediate payment, an
all persons hating 4 1 1 4 again:4 ,aid estate will present
them duly male' , f. r , ettlernent to John Pas:s
wore, at )tot,te. )IIS PASSMORE,
Starch I. I , GO
I.4 I ,XECt - TOIt'S NOTICE.--Notice is here
zwen that all persrplA inklehtvd to the estate of
)M %S MrEVIENN,A, t.1.,r,41..1ute ut .A.iylnin tp,mto.t.
maleitnnil• , hatepuyiit . o2t, an a all per*on,, having demanda
eain-t P,tate, ~: , -fmt them duly authenticated
or Fetilement. PATRICK SIcKVIENNA.
v_IRANI) J 15111:, drawn for September T.
7( A. P. 1,410.
.Irnirtiia - i Dist Mason, Jr. Slie.beriniti Eli.,ha Newell,
Franklin ' 4 .iniihtleld---Wm. Kukker
11. nick Solidnort i-deyens imwker. F. A. French.
l-Ldoim.ii B. Troy tp.-,-.11.1n0s B. Luther,
Litchfield- -\Vm. K. Walker. 11,rrickrM'Kcan.
Lenny P. Van Fleet. Tu....arora - --.11 en ry Mont
Monroe tp--Wm. White, L.i zonlery.
Orwell o. ('. lla Co-
Stan'g Sone T. If. Saloon- Wyeox—Stephen Clason
Athete4 tp- Ransom Parch-'Rome- Nelson Allis, Silas
all, Jacob A Weller. Seeley, P. PCl'hes.
Burlington -Morri. Wileo7C. Ilidghery d'orrPeterson, A
Hezekiah Whitehead, Ostra^.ll:q, P. W. Bum
Canton-- Eclinii P.iel.ard. Sprllfield 0 A Vincent, J
Franklin—J M Taylor. John N Cooley.
Granci le—V. :Nizton. Lu- Standing' Stone—C Roof.
man Putnam, II Rosy'. H Pierce.
Herrieit--,Jgrentiali Barnes, 'Terry—James H Terrell.
Litchfield—Henry tieper, 'Ulster—S. C. Hovey, Vm.
Leßoy—Joseph Smiley. Howie.
Monroe tp—Jos S Ingham, Warren—Wm Manning, E
Clark Cumniiiig'.. A Jocelyn.
Montoo Hunley. Windham-1;
Orwell—RS Wilson. Wells--Shubel Rowley.
Albany—James Lce. Joshua Smithfield—R Wood, J
Athens tp—JameA Me A rtl'e. l bree. E
• • boro—Wm Daneock,,Springfield—A B Panning.
Wm Friteber.. branding Stone—S StevenA.,
Burlington—C R Sconton . Slreshequin—John Waggett.
Burlington west—Stephen!Troy boro—Delos !derrick B
H. Stiles, 11 DeWitt.• , Bowen,
Canton—Leonard Lewis, C' Troy tf---Allen Taylor.
Wrighti Towanda tp—Dantel Swart-
Columbia—N E Coffin. out.
Plke—Amos C Pratt, C W Tnscarom—Henry Styer.
Reynolds. IWilmot—.. .1 SWIM.
lildgbury—lsaac Baldwin, SlWella—J W Pellet, ;1 Brink.
B Brown. - Wyalusing—Bent Brown, N
South Creek—A H Thomp- Black. .
eon. Peter J Dean. Windham—P Warner.
. PEACHES, at
DRIED APPLES, at
QTEEL POOR, SKIRTS--Chapper than
).„.7 any!other place at DORCUR'S.
LEMUEL C. GLEASON,
Jutie T, 1800
June 7, IBGO
NfEi - ay 2.1, IP6O
AlltrOnistrator, de Donis nen
May 17. I .r.o
.Tuiv 11. 1,-10
pi ;1 R. 1,40
llmini .it rix dr bunir non. with will annexed
11,kNIPTON CH .13IPLEV,'
%;arren llaniel il. Abell.
WI -Musing -Elishtt Lewis. J
ii - nr —SECOND wilts
JOHN 310 IMO W.