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lErozo the Pittsburg - DallVhronlclel
Coot of Quarter Bodoni, -
, i t
oel r lariats Snowden and Porter,
MONDAY, Jan. 22d.
liter the Court was orbnized, Judge
laden rose and announced the death
•o ,Patton, Sr., the father J iif
e re_sident Judge of the Court. He
, I . J II a letter From Judge, Patton
o n e; , it cr the members of the bar to
• • •
er inart y of the eases on the Civil
„t as they could' with justice to their
iand the' remainder were post
until the third Monday' in Feb
,,ry to whicht time the jury. eicept
3 , 3 e mpannelled In the Benoist=
, e , were discharged. The parties in
~; d ance on Commonwealth,. Cases
te.also 'discharged until the same
• • • t
RAVI OF BENJAMIN PATTON, 50,.-;-•
Forward made a motion to ailjourui
ePurt until 3 o'clock. as a mark of
o ectful feeling, upon the annoUnce
.at et the death of the father of the
eident Judge of this. Court, and in
ler to give the Bench and Bar an op
why to hold a meeting to express
it s entiments upon the occurrence of
. 5 painful event, in . sucA a manner as
to Court was adjourned until 2'
lock. A meeting of the 'Bar, was
lIEETINO OF' THE BAR, UPON VIE
ATV OF BENJ. PATTON, Sn.-?On
non of gaiter Forward, Esq., the
part in Session adjourneck and , at a
eting of the Bench and Bat of the
nty cd Allegheny, called on the oe
ion of the death of Benj. Patton, Sr.
q.. father of the President of the
timer! Pleas. The Hon. John M.
owden:was called to-the Chair, and
William. Porter apktinted Vice
,-sident,; and James G. Rked, Esq.,
Ir. Dunlop on presehting the follow
resolutions, said that it was a, grate.
usk on this - melancholy occasion,
htrn:to bear testimony to the truth
the sentiments expressed in them.—
,at he had known Mr. Patton frem
tarry.. youth, his acquaintance with
commencing ~w itth his school-boy
~ io the town of Bellfonte. That
deceased had ever borne the repu
-a of a blameless life and honorable
!net. That he was a man of the.
dest affections, and the most charita
seatitnents, and had endeared him.
to his numerous' friends :and ac.
lances by his uniform nrlkanity;
has secured the fayorebteopinion
'very one who had become intimate,
agh with him to know him well
Oath to appreciate his worth.
in motion of James Dmilop;Esti t , it
',evolved, That the Bench and Bar
legheny county deplore the death
:eepin Patton, Esq., the` father of
President of this Court, .and tender
the presiding officer our, sincere con
nee at the lamentable event which'
deprived him of an honored and
tionate parent and society of a man
peered for his blatnelettelieputation
olved, That the presiding officers
skis meeting present inwriting to
Honor, the President,-,the
aof his brethern of tha Bench and
Aced, That the Courehe reques
to order these proceedings to,be en
. by the Clerk of the Common
u on the Records of this Court.
JOHN M. SNO WDEN, Pres't. _
ILLUM PORTER, V. Pres't.
Jas. a. Read, Secretary.
ILG FALLE-A Yankee engi-
Itas calculated the motive power of
s ' 2 ra Palls, and found the , " water
lieges," to exceed nineteen times
motive G- - Br
chosen delegates favorable to the
Oation of HENRY A. MUIII.ENREBEI
LINCROLY EVENT.-A lunatic•by
tune of Pomeroy, (4 female) was
, t to death in her rootdat the Poor
HI Owego, N. Y.
T crioN.—A.petition is circulating
w York City praying the legisla
. that; state to make sediction a pe,
t Peter PAGE for the proeted
' it begreatitatt Buren and John-,
''eling held at Harrisburg, on the
'NOR OF MASSACIIIISETTS..--
riggs his been elected- Governor
uthusetts, , by,the Legislature of
last, at a sale of the property
Brinkerhoff, near Gettysburg,
g man, lamed House, engaged
ing his , gun, carelessly snapped
e iron mas loaded with a bail ;
off, and the ball-- struck a Mr.
it the back, just under the
iiladei and _passed through
iaeMTthe head of - a:cane which
gentleman held in hisitand.--
EL0611111111413 tapiDlliON OF a grVOCh
-4'he "Tithes and Beason "- give a
mcinthly account of the - spiritual and
temporal progress of ' the Latter Day
Saints. 'The last publication says :-...
I' ho work is slat progressing in Cana-
dal New )3runswick, England, Ireland,
&inland, Wale's, and in the , Isle of
Mtin, and in despite of the "vast.'num
hers that , are constantly. 'emigrating to
this , land, their numbers are continually
on the increase. In %Vales, native el
ders have been' ordained, who are go
ing. forth and preaching in their own
language the.great principles Of eter
nal truth.. We have elders preaching
in'New Holland and in the East Indies,
. and elders during the past year have
been sent to islands in the South Sea.
Elders Hyde and Adams are also pre-
paring to go on a mission to Russia in
the Spring." So also in their tempo
-1.l prosperity and progress. The city
of Nauvoo is increasing in the number
of, well built houses, and merchants are
seuling among them. ,Theirrnunicipal.
regulations'have beenl revised, a large
police forge organized, to guard *Mat
the ,evcroachments.of blacklegs,borse
thieves„ kidnappers, and other scoun
drels, who so much infest the river;
the wharves_ have, bean improVed, to
facilitate the landing of steamboat's, and
a dani across one of the channels of the
Mississippi commenced, which
make it one of the. finest harbors On the
_river; and be usorul for manufacturing
:purposes, which branch of businesi; it
seeius, is about to be embarked in.—
The paper alluded to says:
' " Many branches of mechanism are
going 'on ; briekinakers, carpenters,
bricklayers,' masons, plasterers, black
smiths, and man other branphes of bu
siness have fouinithundance.tfemPloy.
There is, however, one thing, we'would
respectfully call .the attention of our
brethren - to, that is, the businesO of
manufacturing. There is, perhaps, no
. plaice in the western country, where
cot ton, woollen, silk, iron and earthen
wa re could be manufactured to better
advantage than they could in Nauvoo.
Th efeNis not a branch in any of the
ahove trades, from making the machine
ry 'to completing the most delicate fab
rics or wares, but what we have arti
sans or Mechanics that are fully , com
pettint to the lask,liaving followed those
several branches of manufactures, ei
ther in the eastern States or in the old
world ; and when the above named dam
shall be erected; it 'will afford greater
facilities for manufacturing purposes.
and - hitter prospect's for caiii!alists to
itrvest their money, than anything that
hits come. tinder our• notice for a long
From this teelnit it will be' seen
th notwhhstandint the abuse of this
se ct o and the characterizing Joe Smith
an d.ohis followers as fools, they' still
Itt tow how to conduct their affairs with
pr udence and intelligence, and' in this
rei .Ipects may set an example to many
deemed much wiser; *-
Tennessee Legislature—i Scene.
A dignified scene of legislation took
iplat !it in-the Tennessee. House of Dele
gate s„ on the 17th inst. Mr. Miller
mad e a speech, ' charging the Whigs
with wasting'the time of the House.--
As h.e concluded, there was some whist
ling and hissing heard from the Whig
side of the House.,. Mr. M. noticed that
theit !nib!. membe r from Davidson had
Nines I or whistled at his remarks, and
regarding it es, a personal insult, he
walked deliberately over to Mr. T. and
expressed himself in severe personal
terms. Mr. T. raised a chair, and Mr.
M. 'pressed in up on him—a general me
lee of - .the' memb era ensued, and the
parties were only kept separated by the
esertiont; of gentlemen of both parties..
Mr. T. o btained the floor, and made
an explanation in rtply to the allusions. .
of Mr. Hiller, and stated that he whis
tled to giv e expressicur merely to his
surprise at the remarks of Mr. M., and
that he ha d no intention to insult the
gentleman from Hardem an ; and thatin
resenting tf, , e language uved by Mr. M.,
as he, had done, he , had, acted as every
gentleman ivould have 'doneunder the
'Sun&ay ak4ew means.
would shdrk,bme ofour food folks
in this guartar to see Sunday_celebrated
as it sometimes is in New O`rleana.—
We see that rucently a grand r eview of
the military by the Governor took place
on Sunday, when about 5000 troops
turned out—cavalry, artillery a-nd
fantry. In addition to - the military
r yolunteers, which _ evinced much dis
eipline, the races attracted the atterotion
Of dim - 11 - ands of strangers. FUR born
pere,of egg nogg, ito., were served up
gratuitously at , various hotels in the
evening, and three -theatres and tw.o
masquerade balls were in. full opera.
/iOn. This is worse 'than the running
of the Sunday - •
A Bien Gout?Mrsm.—The &dishy . -
ry (N. C.) Watchman says that'tbe
Rowan gold mine, near that place is
the richest thathas ever been discover-,
ed in the United States; It is described'
as a small vein, from fitturto twelvein
ches wide. A quantity' of. the ore, ta
ken front it has yieltletr.6oo the ik'
shel; and somtkas'nutch as 6500 to the
bushel. his said that 14,876 - - penny
weights had.beeti taken from it about, a
TBE WIDOW .of. Lacasren.—The
widow , of the Geiniai who stole the
Poniery - Txpretis Tinfik,-. and:, after
wards committed •suietde, was releard
froth the N. Y.
.. -prison; and sent home
on Monday morning; where she was
informed of_ her hnshand'e fate. She
received'twith 'paroxysms of distress,
but throegh the aid.,and advice of a
German minister, was finally restored
to a proper ignsd of her situation. • Fsom
her'previons tbreats, it was fearedthat
she wouldbe' p.rompted to commit std.
ale, but the cor. , sola4ory advice of the
minister. produced' a:promise not to' re
doit,to any means 'to destroy herself.—
She refused to be Valten :.te see the, be
sy of her husband; whom she new
considers as the sole author of her bit ,
teemisfortune. §he .is a :fine,looking
woman of about tweoty-two years, of
age, ef German parentwe, and had been
acimainted with' Lachne r but a short
time before the Marriage..—Tzines. ,
SENTENCE , PPR •IMANSVAVGATEIL7
Peter Williams, a • voluntt.er firm ,
in New York, wbo killed 11. p.-Bta -
ley in 4 fight-at afire, has . besen sent n
eed by the Court to impriso.nment at
bud labor in the Stale Prison • at Mo . nt
Pleasant (Sing Sing) for twenty-0 )8
years and six months, The prisiip r,
after the -sentence, laughed and s.'ud,
with a tremendous oath, that he thoui:ht
they would give it to him. . '
NEW SPECIES O Tem&TLON•—CoV.
Tucker, o(Mississippi, in his message
to the Legislature 0( that -gt'aie; re
commends that a tax be laid,upon
In Inlet, lee county, Illinois, on the 19th
of putrid fever, Erusrus S. PaArr, formerly
of Bradford county. c'
In Rome,. on the 19ti`n1t., of consumption,.
Mrs. SARAH Toarran, aged 55 years.'
EW' ZIO&Ei MIND 8
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that
the Blacksmith's Coal will be sold for
$1 38 1 PER TON. PAR MONEY,
And $1 50 per ton, land produce—land
produce taken in payment.
N. B. The, snbsribers have a large quanti
ty of enpertir gdod coal on hand, and a min
cient assortmmt of rake and coarse coal.
I.`l. & 8. BOLITIIO,
' Pranklin,l'ebruary 1844.
o f the Receipts, and Expenditures of. Brad
ford County ; for the year 1843.
Bridge Contracts, • • - 1346
Constablei attending court, making
returns, and adv.for Tp. eleetiona, 488
S. Buffington, late comrztissiotier,: , 253
A.Martin, crier of court, ' 69
CUronees inquisitions, , 54
Williston dt Elwell, counsel fees, • 25
Damages by roads tbro' iniprovemente, 462
Damage, Views, • 72
Fuel, ' • 50
Incidentals, ' . • 27
Justice Fees, • . 26
Giaud Jwy, attendance and mileage„ 575
Traverse Jury, " i , 2630
Office book's, 97
Wild eat certificates, -; • 15'
J. N. Weston, Siff. prisiances , support, 795
Printing, - 362
Stationery,- , 47
L 328 5
Civil suits, . . 58
Wolf certificates, 25
DI Cash, late Prothonotary, Clk Quar. .
ter. Sessions and Oyer & Terminer, 295
A. Chubbuck, " " - " l2l
A.Chubbtick, for transcribing old ap=
pearance docket index,
Irad Wilson, late corn. in full,
Joseph Towner, commissioner,
A. S. Chamberlin, corn. clerk, .'
I. II: Stephens, late Shff.Jor fees,
do. do. Prisoner's support,
Daniel Brink, commissioner,
Road views, `
Collector's' Accounts of County Taxes.
Names of. Amount Amount
Townshilis. Collectors IReceidi due
• Gregory, 1837 $20.00 144 66
Rome i-JVought, 1838 81 95
_Smithfield,E R Hamilton 1829 30 68
Wells, A. Wartendyke, " 30 00 22 39
Burlington, C Knapp, 1840 66 10
Canton, A Bothwell, " , 28 36
Granville, Wm Ross, " 110 65 932
Smithfield, E King, " 31 66
Towanda bow; A. Martin," .114 . 37 74.92
" • tp., R Horton, " 211 72
Wells, W Smedley, It
Athena tp. § Ovenshire, 1841 10 00 69 51
ColUmbia,* J W " 550 18 70
Herrick, Robert Depew, " 412
Litchfield, T B Merrill, ," 19 86
Oriel!, Harry L Parks,. a 37 10' 11 31
Pike, John Baldwin, ' " - 38.04
Ridgberm, Anson Webb,
," 38 65
South Creek. S Stiles, " 394 21 82
Sheshequin, E Harts% " 162 .50
Wyalusihg„,E Vaughn, 79 30 'B9 93
Yirvsox, David Owen. " .7774 54
Athens bo; G O Wells,lB42t 88 95 98 24 '
tp, J Watkins, . " A . ): - 289 06
Asylum, U Mood3ri " 24 59 63 10 .
Albany, Miner Wilcox, " 66 86 42.62 ,
Burlington, J S M'Kean, " • 90 86' 208 79
Dolunibia, B Sherwood, " 5844 103' 85
Denton, Justin Bothwell, " 96'78. 144 11
Fitanklin, Daniel Webber,'" 50 00 19 26
•Gronville, B Saxton, jr. , " 82 67 . „416 - 01
Hetrick E B Mint; ' " 65 77 lB '951
Litchfield, T B ?rterrill, "". 65 21 9:20
",Pike John Baldwin, ' 202 90' ' . 122 14
Rid' gberri r T Benight, ". 102. 80 •10 02
&tab - Creek, I/Quick, " 727 - 49.57
Smithfield,. w,,,E Barton,
.226 79.. 141 52
Springfield, CB CeMpbell", 232 . 32 - 81.04
Tuscarora, C Wells; . " 64 TY, . 13.4"1
lirster,•' William Gibion, " 147 - 17 66 00
Wells, n'r Miller,' a 15. 55 80 81
- 4 ,14 rt Lent. : i • 11 , 166 95 123 3,1
, • -, • ,
Windhiup,John Russel,. " 47 07 235 i..
Wysdnaing', - .lobiiVaniitii." l- •'166:44).t:76,94,
Athpne born, G Meriß4lB43 - 114' 20 ! ;145,0 '
~'" ' tiw Rob* 8 cd 00 : 1, q , '.: 10 3 ,6 1 ; '46A'4'2
albaniry D Burdick,' --. •. " * 5 9 1.00 't.' 97.88
Asylnrp, _Elm& Florian, ." 13(1 1. 33 . '142 52
BUrlington. C Tayloe, gi . 'B6' 10 '':267 75 . f.
Canton,) Rockwell, " ' 77'30 'lO3 • 84.
.rgaPkibi, C W Stepluma"„. ' 18 75 , j 66 ; 80
Granville; LeviTaylar;" •-."„ '• ' - ,' , 155, 78
'Herrick, Nal Wbitcnore," :: • ;22 , 97 „ ; 84.72•
Lisroy, a lieficcnb, :, ”. 462 112692
Litchfield, T B Merrill; ". 84 91. /b 1: '00
:Monroe; Chester Mason, ". '' - '.- ' i r6 47
Orwell, GW- Wells, - •, 0 54 60 1 28.90 i
Pike, G W Humphrey ; ' ". 188 1 57' I 31 .19
Rome, S Rockwell, 0 ; 94 O.
. . 11„38
Rid,gbeny; H Blackman, ", , 84 67. ! .17' 96
South Creek, D R Moore, j‘ , 85 '96' i• 8 . 32
Smithfield, L Adams,- •" - 78 00. 1412'28
Springfield, P Cole, • • " :117 6t • 216' 30
Sheshequin, W B !Pup= "• 66 37 , ;294 2 0
S. Stone, H S Stephens; 0 ,-, 27'94 ,:188 14
Trey; - 0 P Freeman,.. l .." 260 41 !2:22
.Towanda tp!' B Goolwili a 188", 82 %Ili' 75
Tuscarora. W ThoMpson ", 56 01 ~ 48'07
Towanda bo. A Cooley, ". 369 44 ' ,82'30
Windlitm, Wm Sibley, 0 128 01 - 136 67
Warren; Aaron Corbin, " 194' 96 : "417 11
Wysdx,, A .Whitney, •''' ''9B . 56 258.87'
Wyalusing, S W Biles, ~" .. 28 00 .265 '95
Wells, N Shepanl, jr. . " 171 37 • 5 - 5,7
Ulster, Norman Shaw, " 51 25 184 '99
Recv'd on duplicates which
have been settled in, full •
• during the year 1843, : 2,4.89.83 ",
•Those marked thus (•)' have 'mei settled
since Ist of January.
1 1 :onies ReCeived. by . Triaiitter in 1841. •
On Dopticates, • $8268 05
Jqdgme.iits and Treasurer's deeds, - 776 01
Cominissjonees‘orders, 8146 00
Intemst pa judgments,- ,169 92
Money in Treasury. Jim. 1, 1843, 36 84
Due C. Stocktvell, Treas. Jan. 1, 1844,232 32
By co , orders retained, ioaladilig
- credit orders,_ • $14,341 32
By Treasurer's commistion, 286 82'
Outstanding orders... Jan. 1, 1843, 'i'53,792 52
Orders issued in 1843, including , '
credit orders, • • r , 13,200 26
Orders issued to Treasurer, 5,1:46 00
Orders returned in 184311
Outstanding Jan ? 1, 1844,
BRAE 4 FOIitt COUNTY, SS.
We, the Cnmmissioners or said county,
do hereby certify the - foregoing *O,, be a true
statement, of the receipts - and expe:nlitures of
said countyfor the year 1843. . .
E . ASPENWALL,
.' . 1/, BRINK, Comrs.
Attest—A. ti PHAMBEZILLY, Clerk. • 1
Commissioner's Office, 7 , I
Towanda,January 24,1844 1
IST OF 313F.0R5, drawn for Feb. AAruary Term siad'Sessions, 1844.
Albany-;444. Ladd, James Lee;
Columbia-4.l3eidey, G. Bailey, W. Garnett,
Canton--. George Griffin ; •
Franalin- r James U. Ridgway ; -
Granville-4iba Morrie, Benjamin Saxton;
Leroy—Ansel Tillotson; • , ,
ltrionme---C,harles Hollon, Davi4 Ridgway;
Orwell=0„ .'S.Gorham,,Joel Johnson;
Pike—Charles Keeler, E. Taylor; "
Ridgberry.—King H. Cummins, P. A. Gillet;
Springfield:-G. Adams; D. Gates. P. Norman;
South Creek—Samuel H. Coleman; . •
. Towanda boro—E. Montanye;
. " tp.-rChas. Manville, B. Goodwin';
Ulster—James Gorseline, Wm. Hovey ;
• Wysox—F.Brown, .1. Ridgway, D. Shores;
Wells—A. W. Knap p, L. Witiey.'
New - Books and Stationary !
MBE subscriber has just received a very
• extensive assortment of School and Mis
cellaneous BOOKS; History, Travels, Voya
ges, Biography, etc., which are offered for sale.
-low for . cash. The stock embraces in part :
A tour in the East; Holy Land, &c.,by E. Joy
Morris, 2 vol.; Thomas' Reminiscence!! and
Sketches, 2 vol; the weds of Josephus, Rollin,
Byron. Combe, Dick, Sterne,' Marryatt 4 Coo
per's Naval History, Plutarat's Lives, Mack's
Lafayette, Blake's works, Lilb of Washington,:
Franklin, end 'Jefferson.' '
Also, a general Variety of Family Bibles,
large and small; psaltni and .hyrans,.. nnisie
books, ete. Blank Books and StatiOnary; of
almost every description. _
' J.' KINGSBERY, JR ;
Towanda, Jan. 27;1844. '
ONE - CENT REWARD.
:BUT NO CHABGES PAW!,
AN away from the subscriber on the
Kt night of the 23d January, a young man
by the name , of Robert Ferguson, an appren.
tiee to the Blacksmithing &minces. - I hereby
forbid all:personitharborihg or trusting hid on
,has I shall pay lie debts of his non•
traeting lifter this date. •.
Wyscir, Jan. 29, 1844;
- ONE 'CENT REWARD'!I
lab AN away from the subscriber; on th e 911 t
Jilt, inst., limy, by do name of James 'S.
Schermerharn. bound as an apprentice to'the
Blichemitting business: ' Said boy 'was! about
115.yeare old t—liadert when he left, gray Pann‘t
gray reundabout coat und a cloth cap. I here.
lby. Aphid all persons harboring or trusting him
on my amount, as 1 shall pay no debts of his
contracting after this date.
7 • • : - ' W, 'RPM", •
- Sgriollnebl2ol4m 1 0- Is44s.
Panel and Common tumbp' Good 811
iIIiTANTED ip exchangifarcub tilde - dodo
V Vby • & BON. .
BROADCLOTHS, Cush:mere', Bealret !
cloths: and Satinets/for gale law bY j
11,MIX . tt SOM.
$8,208 . i,95
;' $14;628 14
1142 - 8 14
J, B. RIDGWAY.
Watch and Clock Repairing,
hienils and the
- Ipuldie that lie still contin 7
- • \III) neito carry on the above
gatom n y.
_-opporritoothe -flay SCatee•'
%irk and -Clock ltqadring, , .- ,
will be done on - short notien;and-warrinted to
be well done: Fromit long. experience. in the,
buttineser; he believes thithelv.ill be ablqtra ren
der perfect sati'rfitetion to all who ma y• favor
him'-with their patronage.' • , • •
N. B.lWatches watranted td .run "weft one'
per, or the money refutidalf awl a' Written.
Agreernent to that effect given to all that &Wires
OLOCKS.44 large assortment justreceiv -.
ed-and for sal4, very low for cash. . •
. ,Towanda, Jana* 29, 1844.
M . . , •
allif2 8 -31M11 * B'7=2 8 8
, D. BARTLETT has the - agency :of
the Delaware Mutual ! S'afely Ine:sranee
Company of Phifridelphia..antl,i9 prepared to
take risks on very" favorable terms. Policies
are issued by'said company in the usual man
ner of other sleek companies.
Towanda, Dect 4, 1843.
WHEREAS by wife Louisa Id. has Lett
-my bed and board without any just
cause or provOcation. I hereby forbid any one
harboring or trusting her • on mraccount, for I
shall pay ria debts of her contracting after this
date. . 1 . FLOYD ,B. „HOWES ;
Iturlingtonaan . 19, 1844.. ,
AME to my inclosurein Wyalusineabont
IL) the middle of November, a YEARLING
heifer. " The owner is requested to prov.e
erty pay charges, and take her away.
• • JOHN HUFF.
Wyalusing, s December 26; 1843,
Administrator'g • Noti ce.
ALL PERSONS indebted to the estate of
Jacob ..4rnout, lite of ctivanda townshiii
deceased,, are hereby notified to matte ito mediate
payment; and all persons having demands
against said 'estate, are requested to present
'them to the subscriber, legally authenticated for
settlement without, delay. •
GEORGE H. BULL;
A. L. CRANMER,
Monroe, December 11th, 1843.. . '
• Adjourned Special Court.
A Dr- ADJOURNED Special Court will-he
held in Towanda in and , for the county
j of Btadford on Monday the 25th day of March
next at 10 o'clock in the , forenbon for the trial
-rof the following canna, to wit: .
0. P. Ballard vs. George Dewitt , ejectment;'
Derhasteilanivs. Abel Pairchild etal. trespass;
Sartile Holden vs. A. &Smith et. al. do.
William B. Clymer vs..M. C.Drinkwater et. el.
Simile Holden -vs. Moses Watford et.,al. tree.
Rebecca Shutder vs..l. Decker et. al.ejectment.
A. CHUBBUCR, Prothonotary.
Prothonclary's Office, - . •
Towanda, December 21at 1843.
. • ESTRAY.
Arl A VIE to ' My enclosure the 18th day of No.
vember last, S SMALL YEARLINGS;
one , a red heifer with white back and tail; one
brOvin heifer with white ring entail . ; one red
steer with white on tail ;.the owner is ieguested
to prove property; pay charges and take them
away: •WILLIAM BRAUND.
Durell, Dee. 18, 1843. •
L. E. DE WOLF,
,14WOIBEMIT' g:E,U MLIV9
( Office with the Regiatcr -(5. Recorder.)
0110 221 D 004111; 8
HE - subscribers are prepared to nil all or-
AL dem. for Coal at THE OLD BED, at
the shortest notice and on the most favorable'
ten:ua. .Thankful for the liberal patronage they
have received, they are determined to sell fine
conifer blacksmith's, at lower rates than ever
before offered, viz : we will sell for cash,
Fine Coal at $1.25 per ton—or $1,38 in pm
' duce.-Coarse and . Raked Coal at
Beware of • imposition : Fine Voal from other
places has palmed off as coming from our Mine,
—a sufficient proof ofthe superiority of our coal.
• N. B. PlittitDUCE taken in payment formal:
• GAUSS & VV AGPITT.,
•••Franklin, Brad, C 0... Pfi. Deeembei2s, 1843.
AT, 0. D. MIRTLIET77,9.
October 23, 1843. ' -
A . inistrator's' Notice, .
LL P Olstl3 indebted to the estate of
:]ass ltoss late of Pike township, de-
ceased, are ereby notified-1n makelimmediate
payment; and all persons. having deniands
against 'said estate, are requested to 'present
them to the . subscriber, legally authenticated
for settlenient without delay. • • .;[ •
Pike, Dec. 15.1848. Administiator.
S:HEREBY GIVEN, that there- mill be a
meting of the Diroctoes of the Bradford
County Mutual Insurance Company, at one
[o'cloell, P.M., on Wednesday, the 17th day of
January inst., at the Office of N. N. Baits. --A
punctual attendance of all the director" is re
quested.- N. N.-BETTS, ' ti
• H. S. MERCUR, c ecu e
Towcnda, 'Amoy 8, 1844. .
G :r The shore meeting is adjourned to Tues.
day February Bth, at the sitnelnlace it* time
of day'. --? ;• ; ;
miff Eituvos;Ajpicii k ti, Maui. De Lilian.
Figured () Amu,, TegAber Prißreti
vet, ace; beautiful • patterns for die Ladies' foi
sale by 11,111 X & SOL- .
!FILE aiffel en qualittis
ADZE to the premises of ,the
12 40 1 1-lhc borough — of:Towanda-an sr
about OE first day ACNovamher. laat-rt RED
HEIFER; and'u half yetirs:oE wnh
no, particular tuarEi: The owner Li *nested
to "callinevipn,peny 'pay charges'and take her
Tov.rank.ipuy.- 840843. .
FARNI 'Fart' ,
nnliE subscriber offers for dale limn' in
buret] tovvnabip, four . apt bait mike
from Towanda, containing 125 acres; titsint 100
improved, and in stood - stain "of 'ctillivatien,
with convenient budding'', !rho locatio,* of said
fork! is well known,lying , on west side ,of
the river, below/Towanda., end la fair viiie front
Wysnx and Standing Stone narrotis. The sub-
Scriber wishing jo leave`thci stela will tete wick.
thirds`what the farm ii'vrorth and give credit
.for•one•half the purchase money. %Any tperion
wishing to bun property of that kind tind.,liet•
ter. call on the subscriber goon on - the promisee.
SAM(ML /CELL:UM;,2I •
13, 1544, " ' ' '
Iion.WILLIAM JESSUP, Piesiihnt
Judge of the-11th Judicial ItiatrictorPenn- .
.syleania lute ordered and appiiinted a Ppecial
Court ofpommen Pleas so be held fortheCounty
of Bradford, it Towanda, on Mpnda y; the 28th
day of March next; at two ()clock, P. M, for the'
'trial of all such causes as may then be rending
in said court. • -
.• AARON CHUBMICK.Proth'y
Prothonotarfa office Totvanda; Dec 2 ,1t53,48.
iN. I ,F 4 I.V:GOODS.
_nrAg JUST IIEtTIVED from NeerWith
City, a large 'and well selected :assort
meat of FALL 4 WINTER GOD= which
are offered for'sale at his old, sttufd. His each
consists in'part of • ' • ' .• I
DRY GOODS; , CIITEERY,
GROCERIES, , LEATHER,
HARDWARE, •1. BOOTS, SHOES,
CROCKERY, - HATS.& GAPS,
: 5 &C. &C. • &C. . :.
Which will be sold on the' moat reasenxble
terms for cal or country produce. , His old
customers and the public generally areireques.
ted to call and , examine qualities and pnces.'
• Towanda, Nov. lltb, 1849.
THE LATEST NEWS!
tfkb. 6,0% 534 044,1013M1T
11111 AV E just received'and are now opening,
at' the = store lately occupied by, V. E.
Yiollet, in Wysor, an extensive 'and well se
lected assortment of • . ,
.4! 'Wiorter Goods :
consisting of almost 'every variety of Dry Goode,
Grockries, Crockery, Queensware, Hardware,
Boots\and Shoes, &e,•ike., which,,they 'offer to
the pulig on the most "fiwtirable terms for cash
Or ready pay. Having purchased for ready pay
at exceedingly law -prices, and *fidently - be
lieving that their terms.and . pricetcotTer equal if
not greater inducements to tife purchaser than
can be found elsewhere, they respeetfully,selicit
the patronage of the community.
Lumber andproduce taken in payment. \
- 'Wysox; Nov. 6, 1843.
THE subscribers still
nine° to manufacture
' keep , on band at their
stand, all kinds' of
me and Wood Seat
min. Also, Settees of
trious • kinds, and - Bed
steadb of every desctiption
which we will sell lois for
cash or Country. Produce.
TURNING, done to order. - '
T hIKINS & MAKINSON.
Towtuida, November 10th. 1843.
- • 'MO aro CZEMELIZ9
TAILOR—on Main at..
, (rer B. Thomas' Hat Shop," and nearly
opposite Hermes Store. • [Oct. 10.
H. MIX Sz, SON
ARE NOW RECEIVING Asko New York
a large and choice zdedipa of GOODS
of every description, to which they callthe atten
tion of the public, end which will be sold for
cash,- produce of all kinds, and Lninber, at ex
ceedingly IoW prices. fall'and Gamine prices
LARGET STOCK EVER OF
FERED IN THIS MARKET, ie now
opening at Morztanye's, which they wilt sell at
wholesale or retail at such prices.as will ensure
a liberal share of public' patronage, Their.stock
- DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
Boots and Shoes, Ladies" Bonnets,
Gentlemens' Rats .5- Caps,
Bu f falo Robes.
and all the etceteras necessary for the comfo:
of a cold winter, which appears to be rapidly
• .J.D.& E. D. MOISITANTE.
Towanda, Novembei 8, 1843.
HE 'subscribers have just received at their '
111;.;`store in Afetireeton, a large arid well so.
lected assortment of FALL AND .•
'CODS, comprising abies - t -L every 'variety, of
Dry Goods, Hardware,',
Groceries,:: Crocury, ese. .
which they now'..offer to th e public at very iow
prices for ready pay. j
The citizens of Afonro(nd the surrounding
country are respecifullyeiniaed totall and ex
amine our stock, as wear° coUculent we tars give
thernqua good bargains as they can find at any
other establishment in. the uannty. • ,
• ,CCr• Umber and Pro; uce talmnin•payment.
D. C. •dc 0, N. SALSBURY.
`Mentos:ton, Noy `,'s 1843'
inrATS-& C a good .assoriment. for
Bale J.F.3I.E.ANS 4 CO.
ANOTTON YARN; Wieking Battin g on
Li hand:l4 htEAN§t, & 00.
. , 21117 TAT4116_211117 7111MIIM •
linCefutimuireTor Goods—Common. Pipet &
good Colliog`.l3audg, .and:2El inc 4 Shin
glesi MEAMS.4r .c o
4LTilron'at Neils y just Terell7Ptl area r.
Chairs and Bedsteads.