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[For the Bradford Porter.]
Lliecision of Judge church. •
purport of the_decision in the case refenEd
t hi j :--That personal_ property which
bee n- levied upon, and-returned to' the
oefeni!ant on his giving the -bondiequira
the 4th section of the Act of Julir..-16th;
I sm is nevertheless liablete 'be subsequent
levied upon and sold by another judgment
creditor, altho'ugh the stay r w hi c h ,the bond
0 g iven may not have expired:
to a communication which' appeated
t h e Porter of January 24th, Wm.
oh t ne , Esq., loudly inveighs against
eccirreetness of the above decision,
fee li n gly deprecates deplorable con
„epees likely to result from, such a
esauction of the law as is made by
d ge Church. The large amount of
per ty in this, as 'well' as'' in other
,caries, to prevent a sale of which at
o ifice, bonds have been -given—
ders the decision of• this ,question a
, ttet of momentous importanCe, and
a natural iencieney to enlist the
iv of the community on ,the one
and 'the other, accordingly as the
• or the other scents to each individu.
a ,comport More particnlarlY-with
own interest.. Considering the
views advanced by Air. W. as in
, ect, it is uitr objeb in The present
',le, to state as briefly as possible,
reasons which inducse us to'think
.ilecisioe of Judge Church is in ac-
T h e o with, a sound and, accurate
nsurction of the Act..
The main position on which Mr.
atkias relies, is, that the plaintif f by
of his levy, acquires a lien on
-property for the term of twelve
the from the execution of the bind
defendant. If this position prove
:ous, all his subsequent reasoning
subject is of no avail. If the
Eby this means, acquiie 4 s a lien
property, that lien must be crea
ither by_ the operation of former
or by some provision of the pro-
Now, that in analogous cases,
the operation offormer laws, a
ii acquired no lien in this way,
rs evident; for Judge Reed, in
mna. Blackstone, chapter 27; lays
1, that where an officer makes a
in personal, property, and takes a
from the defendant for the return
same, there the lien is gone, as !
any subsequent creditor -or' yen-
The difference between the two
!, is, that in the one mentioned by
'Reed, the property is , to be re
in a few days tor tke,purpose of
exposed to sale ; ,whereas, in the
it is not to be foitbcoming until
piration of the year.'
the next place, if we examine the
cording to the most, usual rules
)nstruing statutes, we nowhere
expression, frogs which can be ,
inferred, the intention of the Le
ire to continue. the - lien after the
ion and delivery of the bond 'by
:fendant. The 4th section of the
Ikes it. the duty of the 'constable
ter to his return On the eXecution,
tedole of the property , levied upon, -
diet t . nla the valuation or 'appraise
tof the same,; and further declares,
vet the execution and delivery of
red, the property shall :be return
idre•delivered into the possession
'defendant witboat -an intimation
iere thot , the Boris to be preserv-
As the act does not extend the
n the return of the execution, it
IS necessarily, that the' constable
lake his return on -the same,
:the twenty days allowed by
And it has been repeatedlY de
that,the lieu of a levy made by a
le, expires as soon as the exe
is returned, and that a subsequent
ion may be issued withciut mak
nerioas disposition of the. first
11' then, is .ethcre to - prevent the
IT, if found in the posiesSidn of
:fehdant, from being levied upon
of another execution, in favor
tr creditor? ls not the proper
lined to the defendant; in order
may make such a disposition of
lay deem most proper; and,
'ebY, he may be .the . better ena ,. -
;2y his debts at the expiration
Bar? If otherwise; what means
lition in the- bond, by which at
if the stay, other personal pro
equal Kahle, and in like good
kY be turned Out?
ltd to the intention of the '9 . e
s recurrence' to the history'of
Ila former years respecting
l 'biect , matter, 'may , serve, to
th iS seemingly intricate ques-,
tion. The act of-16th iuly;.lB42;:tiai
eopied'alntest verbatim - groin one pais.
.ed March 28th, 1820, (Laws t orPenn - zi.,
vol; 7, page 234:) which at - first, was
to continue in force for one year only,
The first rein sections of each of these
acts, are . with the exception of a few
unimportant verbal variations, precisely
the same; and it is in the . Cottrth section
of each, that the provisions relative to
personal property are found; The act
of March:2Bth; 1820, was continued in
force for another year, by an act pested
March 27th s , 1821, (do. page : 422,) end
the defendante to avail himself. of its
benefits, was required to give new se
curity for the returnof the property.
The second section of the act of 27th
Maich, 1821, entitled "An act to con
tinue in force,. An act for theappraise
ment of estates taken• in execution,"
is in the following:words :
" -- . l lnd be it further enacted,by the
authority aforesaid, That all personal
property exposed to public sale accord
ing to the provisions oldie act to which
this * is a supplement, if the same. does
not bring two-thirds of the valuation, on
the debtor complying with the terms
required by said 'eel, shall not be liable
to be seized and taken in exeaution.by
virtue of any subsequent execution du
ring the stay entitled by law Provided,
1 That a levy or levies may he made on
the same property, subject however to
the preceding levy or levies:" Here,
then, we find 'the legislattire for the
first time, making express provision for
the vep case which the gentleman un
dertakes to deduce from the act at pre
sent in force- The section quoted, is
not a mere legislative construction of a
former act; it s a new enactment, to
allintents and purposes. . The inten
tion.of ihe legislature of that day, then,
appears to be clear; else why would a
clause of this character have been,in
serted in a subseqUent act? If the for- , ,,
mei act met a case of that kind, it is
most probable that the legislature would
'halm declared, as has been done'in ma
ny. Other instances, that such should be
et:instruction put upon it.
If, then, such was • the intention' of
'the legislature of that day, it is fair to
filler, that the legislature of 1842, hav
ing both the former as before them,
must have placed the same construction
on the act which they merely re-enact
ed. That they were ignorant of the
'existence of the former acts, cannot for
a moment be admitted ; for we have
shown, that they copied the one passed
March 28th, 1820 ; and it is not at all
probable, that a bill containing the
same phraseology, was dram 4 up and
passed without any of thelmembers
the legislature 'havin ,
the aforesaid act.
O ur object in the
in solely to ascerta
dolt of the act relat
we will be gladly ell
shall have been cony'
fallen into an erro
with" Mr. Watkin-
question will be
prenr Court at the
In Springfield, on the lit. inst.llzitz EMILY,
`Daughter.of Hiram. and Elizabeth C.
• Root, aged 2 years an ono month,
Alas ! alarm and is her spirit fled; •
Ahd is my child now ngmbered
. with the dead
Shall I no more in social converse share
The sweet endearments of her early carol
No more her pleasidg countenance survey
Which charmed my soul and smiled l the hours
_away • . , •
Ah, crnel dead} I why was that dart of thine
Directed at that darling child of mines!
. . . .
Bin shall I moiiin as those , whose hives are vain,
As if I ne'er should see my child again I
Ab no ! I hope to reach that happy shore,
Where we shall meet to separate no more.
Mg" RELIGIOUS NOTICE.—REV.
Myr.BUSLAUD wit! reach at the Court
HOrie;in thieVorough on THURSDAY EVE-
N NG Services to commence at , early
captllelighting, . ,- •
!Ws' DOIVATION.—The friends of the
Bev: J. W. Naysus, rule respectfollg
intrited to make him a Donation at his resi6
dente; on Thursday afternoon and evening, the
28th inst.—As no furthey notice will be given,
it is hoped this will be considered a general in
di Bogart, .In the Court of.
Williams 'Com. Pleas. of
Telthe use of J. C. Adaiiis,
Bradford co., ,
• VI6 • ki No. 143, May
Ebenezer Lamb. • , Term. IMO.
.THE Undersigned - having been appointed
Auditor by said Court, for the hearing &
adjusting of the several claims upon the pro
eeeds of the Sheriff's sale, of realestate, by yip
too of process issued upon' the above judgement;
will atten4 for the bearing of the claimants,. at
the Piothonotary's office in the Borough of To
vrant'a,, on Wedne!iday.,tbe 24th day of April
next, at 2 o'clock ,P. AL. at :which time and
place till_ persons interested - will please attend.
• . ULYSSES MERCUR. -
March 20,, IM4. - ' •
: REGISTER'S NO2 I ICP.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in.
Ictesied.that ThomaiT Smiley, guardbm
of. Nancy, Joseph and David Smiley ; has filed
an aecount of 'his said guardianship is the Re
gister's-Officsat niwanda, and that the same
will •be presented to the Orphan's Court of
Bradford county on
,Monday the. fish day of
May for confinnatum and allowance.
JULIUS RUSSELL, Register, . .
• Per C. $. Russzu., Deputy.
Register's Office, - "Z•
• Touranda, March 18th, 1844.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons
tereated that E. R. Myer administrator
of the estate of Win. Wert late guardian of
Elscy Maria Moger has filed an =mat of his
said guardianship in the Registers Office at;To•
wands, and that the same will be presented to
the Orphan's Court ofßradfoid county on Mon-
day the sth day of May next for confirmation
JULIUS RUSSELL, Register,
Per. C. 8. Ressatt, Deputy.
Towanda, March 18th, 1844..
To all elaimcnts and persons interested in the
property described below or in the heirs thereon.
Take Notice; that a writ of
_Biers Facing of
which the following is a copy is now in, my
hands, and has been duly served on Ainos
Pennypacker, the owner and contractor therein
named. - ,
Commontealth of Penpylvaoia.
Bradford County ss. • '
No the Sheriff of Bradford County, Greeting
. --Whereas Nelson P. Brown 'end Henry A.
Carey have filed a claim in our County Court
of Common Pleas for the county
Against Amos Pennypacker for the sum of two
hundred and twenty five dollars for work dyne
to and materials furnished for a certain building
one and a half Story framed, situated on/the
west 'side of River Btreet between a lot owned
by Jesse Woodruff and ittiot owned by. the
heirs of James P. Bull deceased in the borough
of Towanda' in said County of Bradford, con
taining in front on said
_street twenty two feet
-and in depth thirty feet and the lot or piece of
ground and curtilage appurtenant to said build
, ing. And' whereas it is alleged that the said
-sum remains due and unpaid to the said Nelson
P. Brown and Henry' N. Carey ; now we com-.
mand you, that you make known to the said
Amos Pennypacker and to' all such persons as
may hold or occupy, the said building, that
they be and appear before the Judges of our
said court at ti Court of Common Pleas to be
held at Towanda, on the first Monday of May
next, to show if any thing they know or have .
to say why-the said sum of two - hiindred and
twenty five dollars should not be levied of the
said building and piece of ground and curtilage
appurtenant., tesaid building to use of the
said Nelson KBrown and Henry A. Carey
according .to the ; form and effect of the net of
assembly, in such case made and provided, if
to them it shall seem expedient and have you
then and therothis writ.. Witness the Hon.
„John N. Coicynghana President of our) said
Court. at Towanda -the 15th day of March A.
D. 1844. ,
AARON CHUBBUCK, ProthonotarY.
By AARON C. ALLEN, Deputy.
• J. N. WESTON, Sheriff. ,
' Towanda, March 20, 1844.) •
WALLISTON & ELWSLL, Atty's for Plaintiff's.
WfricE is hereby given. to the members
of the Bradford County Mutual Insurance
Company, that their Board of Directors have
this day made an assessment of pet cent. on
the premiuni notes, which is to be paid compa.
ny by the 15th day of April next.
SIDNEY O. BAILEY, Secretary.
.• insurance OfficO,
Towanda, February 14',1 844. S
seen and copied
ALL those indebted to the subscribers who
expect to pay in Grain, must deliver it Icy
the first •of MARCH next, otherwise, we shall
expect the Cash by the first of April. Tho r se
neglect this call, will find. their notes and ac
counts in the hands of an attorney, 'who Will
collect them ih the shortt time possible:
J. F MEANS Sr. CO.
Towanda, Feb. 20,18i4.
Administrato 's Notice.
present article be
the true construe
g to executions;
-t .right,,when_ we
need that we have
. s And we
, that I" this vexed
-cided by the Su
A LL PERSONS in. ebted to the estate of
Ainzur A. Baez • rya late qf Etmira to
the county of Chemung .nd state of New York
deceased, are notified to make payment and idl
persons having demands against said.estate are
notified to present them . duly attested for settle
ment. . ,
This notice is intended for all persons in this
Commonwealth having unsettled business with
said deceased at the time of his death either in
hie individual capacity or 'as connected in part 7
nership with any other person or persons inclu
ding the unsettled Mercantile and other busi
nese done in Ridgbuiy township .by Beckwith,
t3atterlee & Strong, and by . Beckwith & Satter
lee, and business done by Hector W. Strongln
which he had an interest.
JOHN L. WEBB Administrator.'
Smithfield, Bradford Co., Pa.,. Feb.,l3, 1844.
Watch and , Clock'_
11-.. 4 CH4JWIFSERLIa3
_ . RESPECTFULLY In
_l2k forms his friends and the
4 __ public that he still contin
; ;. 4 4 ties to carry on the above
0-2 business at his old stand,
'4"- C • one door south of Thomas
,_. , 0 - , -_,:::
,e-° z n kt4" . i_' Elliott's Stoic, and netirly
\--) -- .- --• oppesite the Hay Scales.
Watch and Clock: Repairing, --
will be done on short notice, and warranted to
be well done. From a long experience 'in the
business, he believes that he will be able to ren
der perfect satisfaction to all who
him.with thoir patronage.
N. BE Watches warranted to run- well one
year, or the money refunded; and , a ;w ritten
agreement to that el:feet given to all that desire
one. • -
' CLOCKS.-A large assortment just receiv
ed and for silo very low for. cash. ,
Towanda, January 29, 1844. . r - •
NOTICE is, hereby givin, that the firm:of
HATHAWAY esz WILCOX, is this
ds c y dissolved.by mutual eanseirt." All monies
dere the firm must.be paid to S. lisTaiwsr,
by whom all demands against the firriivill he
settled. • • •N. HATHAWAY,-
' - J. 'WILCOX. -
Terrandu, 14bruary %d, 1841.
PUBLIC - NOTICE is hereby given,lbitt,
in pirritirmixt of the protisiorur of the act
61 general assembly of_ the commonwealth' of
Pennsyivenia,ipassed the 18th - - day eif Mardi,
1815, entitled!" An act ;Erecting the mode of
- selling Unseated . liairds, and for other. pun:o
- the following tracts of Unseated Lands,'
situated in the county Bradford will be .ex
posed to priblicliude in the borough of Towan
da, on lilonday;, the 10th day of, JUNE next,
for arreorages of County,atate,,Road & School .
Taxes, now due unpaid, and annexed to the se
veral trade, and all colts necessarily accruing
by rearm of such delinquency to the payment,
H Agrregate, school
g r Warrantees. state, county and
• • road tax.
p 434 pt Betz Joseph, • $l7 87
343 f pt Betz John 17 88
3435 pt Betz Jameti • ' 17 87
400 Bytton Henry .20 80
375 pt Cooley Samuel . •19 60
3435 pt Edge Peter l7 85
400 Edge. Samuel ' 20 80
3434 pt Fitz Samuel 17 87
400 . Hardy Simon , 20 80
375 pt Moore George , ,19 37
400 Seely Joseph 20 80.
400 - Seely Henry 20,86
400 Temple Peter 20 80
• 400 ' Timple George ". ! 20. 80
400 - Handy James .20 80
400 Irimpton Jonathan 20 80"
- 400 Handy Nathan ' ,20 80 .
900 Haga Peter ,20 80
400 Moon Foul - 20 80
400 , Siddons Andrew 20 80
400 Siddons George 20 80
400 Siddons Joseph 20 80
343 pt Edge George 17 87
400 Hardy. Paul .20 80
400 Castator Gecirge 20 80
400 Cooley Joshua ~ '2O 80
400:, Haga George 2O 80
400 - Hoge Nathan 20 80
400 Hardy:Henry 20 80
400 Seely Peter 20 80
400 Siddona James 20 80
400 . Hollingsworth Stephen 20.80
3691 pt Caugas William , 19 20
400 Ladlie Peter 20 80
200 pt Palmer Thomas , I 0 40
800 pt Nichols Samuel 15' 55
403 ' Stewart• Deb, - ,rah 20 93
110 Shepard Dayid ,4,48
160 pt Barnes George 13
824 pt Benson Peter 3 85
400 Barnes John sr. 18 75
266 1 pt Bradley Thomas 12 48
258 1 pt Sower Christopher 12 094
301 pt Wistar Caspar 14 06
205 .'pt Davis Israel • • 11 29
150 pt Owen Jones - 702
172 , pt Wistar Richard 8 054
183 pt MattOck Titus ' 8 55
175 in Waggomer Adam 8 -18
418. Buckbert Andrew 19 '595
250 pt Carmalt Caleb , 11 72,
82 pt Benson Peter 3.84
418 Lowman George 19 591
418 Lowman George • 19 594-
100 pt Coln Z 4 68/
1001 pfCrookshank Joseph 4 685
294 pt Pierce Abial i 'l4 77
160 pt Bradley Phineatt , 8 56
ASYLUM & ALBANY.
280 pt Carey Nathan 12
4071 Shaffner Caspar 19 25
485' Mifflin Francis 23 23
100' pt Maxfield Stephen 4 73
210 pt Austin William a 992
154 pt Atmen Thomas '7 27
270 Lewis William 12 75
268 Guest Geo • 1 12 56
300 pt Vaughn John 14 . 175
70 pt do do • 6 291
143 pt do' do 674
202 ~pt Braids Frederick • I 9 574
203 pt Singer John ' 9 584
203 pt Antis Frederick 9 fai
200 pt Berk Henry :* 9 45
.Pt, Tracy 'Geo' 12 .28t
100 Fit Cannon Henry ' 4 7211
, 409 ! -Lyon SolOmon - 19 34
4381 Friend John ' 20 45
4072 Conk Jacob 19 21
100 pt Stough Matthias . 4 724
907 Singer Abraham 19 20
433 Greenor John 20 45
407 Shaw Robert 19 20
413, Fab G S 19 58
402 ) Banon John jr. I 19 38
202 Baker James N 9, 54
407 Morgan 'John ; Canton
75, Leroy 3322,
216: pt Guineas Peter
216' pt do do
425 pt PriMer Peter
349 •Bambill Robert; TUP7
carom 254 Wyalusing 75,13 7'
• I MONROE.
400 Anderson 'Samuel.
400 Castator Haman
400 . North Jonathan
400 - North Peter
400 Shots Frederick
400 Shots Geo
400 Ellis Mary
448 - Harris Ann '
230 pt Wallace Mary_
400 Hampton Peter
400 ' Moon .fohn, i 5,
400 North James
-230 pt Downing Jacob
109 pt Smith Jacob
237, :pt Stevens Jonathan
437 ' - WAdams Ephriam
434 Hamilton Thomas.
361 pt Beeman Jacob
390 Beeman Jacob Sr.
817 .pt Charles Carroll
482 pt do .do
1950 pt do . do
642 pt Charles Carroll
661. do do
717dp do •
300 pt Bradley Abraham .
:181 pt Avery Christsphor
100, Fiali Sally
• 400 Jaaib Ithinchurt 930
Treasurer's Wide, Towanda, March 41844.
E. DE WOLF I -‘ •
.• , .
••• TO WAN 1.;
(.(rce the:Aegisfer iii.coick:;•:).
ortoN VAlllN,'AVirkin'wA. - 13tlip4 on
hitnil - 1 1 A11.1.1::N§ . 41: 1 Cif .•
NOTICE. - ".
that the Board of &talon
fat Bradford county, will meet at the Corm
misloners !Mike, h the. bom. of T owanda, to,
heat - es think themselves liggrieyed in the
Assessment for the year 1844,1 n the Mowing
days 4 to wit: ,
Athena horo., Athens tp., Aiylum ;; Albany,
Armenia, Burlington, Canton on
15th' of April
' Columbia, Durell, Franklin Gnmvalle, Her
rick-: Litchfield ? Leroy Sri Tuesday the 16th of
Mo . '
nroe, Orwell, Pike, Rome, Ridgbury, She
shequio, and 'Springfield on Wednesday the
17th of April.' ,
SMithfield, South Creek • Buiding Stone,
Towanda bow., Towandetp , T y, Tuscarora
pm'thursday. the 18th of April:
Ulster, Wysox, Wells, 'Wyaluiing, Warren'
and Windham on Friday the HA of April.
• - "By order Of the Board, • ...
. A. S. 011•1411Z111.1W, Clerk.
Commissioners Offiee, ? •
Towanda, March 7fis
ladelitedness of the 'Borough of Towanda
MIARCH FIRST, 1843.
On jcdgroents to-several' individuals,' $230 56
On outstanding orders, 1 ' , 108 86
On imliguidated claims,i • , 95 88
I " I "Assets, - ,
Balance 'duo on old duplicates, $332 8 3 ,
from John Savage, for- -
mar collector, I . 30.80 -,.
from A. Mare, do. 41 82
" due on judginents 3O 00
Bal. due from boro. let March 1843, $599 65
Annual Report of the.Reeeipta and Expendi
tures of the Birrougli of Towanda for the
Amount of duplicates for 1843, $720 87,
- " of poor do. and Dickey's pen
sioni ; 264 5.'1
" on old duplicates, 202 48
--on license for shows, 9, 10-00
. 4 i for rent of engine house, 3.00
Labor on st's end for tools, .$354 '2l
For hpport and expense of three
paupers; 859 48
Paid on judgments, 108 17
Exonemtions on duplicates, 8 56
Collectors per centage, 25 83
Treasurers per centage, . .21 80
Burgess for services, - 200
Timm Council for services,; 62 00
Clerk for services; .
Borough Orders. -
Outstanding orders Ist March 1843, $7OB 66
Issued during 1843, 483 39
Returned and destroyed in. 1843,
Outstanding orders March Ist, 1844, $444 , .02'
Received from collectors on duplicates, $713 75
Received from license on shows, , 10 00
Received from :rents of engine house, 3 00
Orders returned, • $704 95
Treasurers per centage, 21 80
Indebtedness of the Borough of Towanda, lat
Marsh 1844. t ,
On poor books,
Bal. due on old. duplicates, $l3O 35
" from .1. Savage, 30 80
" from A. Martin, 41' 82 '
" on judgments, 30 00
Bal. due from boro:lst March 1844, $429 76
'Borough of Towanda as.•
We the Burgess and Town Council, of the
Borough of Towanda, do hereby certify the
foregoing to be a true statement of the situation,
receipts and expenditures of said borough- so
far as we have been able to investigate and ar
range said affairs. •
IRA H. STEPHENS, Burgess,
1 16 10
N. N. BETTS,
H. 6. MERCUR, ; g
' • . J. D.-MONTANYE;
H L KEWLEII, Clerk. ; •
borough of Towanda,l - . •
• 'March Ist., 1844.
033 EMETM. 9 O ai\rki_lo
lamY virtue of sundry writs of Vend. Expo.
issued out of the court of common pleas
of Bradford •county. I shalt expose to public
sale at the house of E. Raynsford in Towanda
!boro. on Saturday the 13th day of APRIL
.next, at one o'clock P. M., the following piece
or pariel of land elitist° in-Smithfield township
and, hounded as follows: on•the north byland
of Stephen Giadding; on the east by land of
Billings Walden; on the south by land of J.
0. Tracy_;,and on the west by-, laird of Nelson
Rice. Containing eighty three acres more or less,
with' about forty acres thereof improved, one
framed houie and framed barn .and saw mill
Seized and - taken in execution at the suit of
Elijah S. Tram vs. Don M. Bacon.
JOHN N..WESTON 'Sheriff.
- Sheriff's Office,
Towanda. March Bth, 18-14:5
BOOT fir, SHOE .MAKING.
"On my own kooks again I!
h 04 1
;. - -e‹ •
HATHAWAY informs -the
Public generally that he is still prepared
to manufacture, of the best ilaterial, and in the
most substantial and elegant manner, all de
scriptions of Boots and Shoes.. • • .
Morocco,. Calf and Coarse. Boots and Shoes ;
Ladies` shoat and gaiters; Youth's do.
." MI 'work made }time will be warranted .to
bit wollMtide. *Call • •
Country Produce taken in pletterttlitt work.-
Towanda, February. 27t1r,•1 F 44. - -
W i teMet li ol emit cf
grails ; plso e ...l3oenßiapbt &c.
ZriT AkEN.from Milk on thettramor
• da bridge, the'. afternoonsof -Monday - the
211th inst., a Copper Colored Whiffeidogabout
eight - montho old, rather long hair. and answers
to.the theist*, of rimmy," , very , livelY and
playfut;hy a Man that met the, little. girl, of t
rath4r tong - hi . appearance, 'With' iwolorses
fore . * wagon, one - white, the boi pertlyllted
with straw, and went towards , Monroe. The
.abave rew ard Will be given for the dog and
man, or sufficient information where they are.
• ,M.B. WARNER:
' Towanda, February 28th, 1844.
- - , -
I RILL FROM T WARIER ROE
Upon all whom it may interest.
WallE subscriber is very much in *ant of
ga%., money and . does not feel disposed to have
his own property sacrificed to accommodate
those who- ere indebted to him, that have yea
sonable, time to pay, consequently if they will
call end settle their acts, however- small they
.may be. they will oblige hini very mash,' and
save coat-withot- reapect to persons. "
D. C. HALL.
Towanda, March 4th, 1844.
To Delinquent Collectors.
nnAKE .PARTICULAR -NOTIC E. War
unless you settle , your duplicates byihe
twenty . fifth day of March inst.,. t s aball certain-.
Iy try the experiment of 'enforcing collections..
The situation of the Treasury requires it, and'
I must and will try to do my duty,
L. PIERCE, Treasurer..
Towanda, March- Ist, 1844.. ‘,/.
TOME 8 IFII/111E 8 8 8
, INSURANCE AGENCY'.
/A D. sBARTLETTihasi tho agency of
UP • the Delaware Mutual Safety Insurxige
Company of Philadelphia; and is prepiliWtp,,.
take risks on very, favorable terms. • 4 1 ,9101 . 5 . fry
arc issued by said company , in the niurdtin'aZt,:
ner of other stock companies. 4
Tosianda, Dec. 4, 1843
OBIS MEM ITCAM
TEM subs ibers are prepared to, fill all'er
dere for Coal at THE OLD BED, at
the shortest no ice and on the most favorable
terms. Than fel for the liberalpatronagethey
have received, they are determined to 601 fine
coal for blacksmith's, at lower rates than ever
. before offered, Viz: we will sell for cash,
Fine Coaled.", 151.25. per ton—or sf, - ,38 in pro
duce.-Coarse and Raked Coal d
form 6: prices.
Bewar; of imposition: Fine Coal from other
places has palmed off as coming from-our mine ,
—a, sufficient proofof the superiority of our coal: : 1
Nal. PRODUCE taken in payment for coal. •
GATISS & WAGGITT. •
Franklin, Brad. Co. Pa. December.2s,-1843.
mnwsw elc:).6m mzeD) 8
ÜBLIC , ,NOTICE is heresy given that
IF the Blacksmith's Coal will be sold for
St 38 'PER 'TON. •PAR MONEY,,
And $1 50 per ton, land produce—land
produce taken in payment.
N. B. The subscribers have a large gunnel
,ty of superior good coal on hand, and a 'suffi
cient assortment of rake and coarse coal.
I. & 8.-BOLITHO.
Franklin; February 1844.
New Bnoks and Stationary !.
THE subscriber has just received a very
extensipe assortment of School. and Mis
cellaneous B9OKS - 4 History, Travels, Voya
ges, Biography, etc.,- which are offeredfor sale
low for cash. The stock embraces in part :
A tour in the East; Holy Land,,&c„by E. Joy,
Morris,2 vol.; Thomas' . Reminiscences and
Sketchs, 2 vol; the works of Josephus, Rollin,
Byron, Combs, Dick, Sterne,. Marryatt ; Coo
per's Naval History, Plutarch's Lives, Mack's
Lafayette, Blake' s works, Life of Washington, .
Franklin, and Jefferson.
Also, a gerreral variety of Family Bibles,
large'and "small; psalms and : hymns, music
books, etc., Blank Books and Stationary; of
almost every description.
J. •KINGSBERY,, la..
Towanda, Jan. 27, 1844.,
BUT NO CHARGES PAID ! .
RAN away from the subscriber on trio ,
night of the 23d Januaty, a yourirmaiA
by the name of Robert Ferguson, an apprenLi
tics to the Blacksmithing businees. I herebyl
forbid all persons harboring or trusting him mil
roy account, as I shall pay no debts viol his cop= -
tracting after this date. VA;-'
J. B. RIDGWAY.
• Wysoz, Jan. 29, 1844.
ANTE to my enclosure the 13th day of , No;!
glj vembei last, 3 SMALL YEARLINGS;
ono'a. red heifer with white back and tail; one
brown heifer with white ring on tail; one AT&
steer with white on tail ; the owner is Vequetted
to prove s prolierty, pay charges and take them
away. • - • WILLIAM BRAUND..•
Mire% Dec. 18, 1843.
CommonwcaltYof Fumyhauls: , 1
uradirOt.d county so. - : . .
JoHr N. WESTON, High Slicriii of
Bradford County, being duly sworn ' de- ,
poseth and Bluth, that on Friday the 16th day
of Tebruary_.st., at ono o'clock P; M., agreea
bly to the w riant of the Gover . nor for that pur
pose to him irected, he executed fames Dolan,.
convicted of the crime of murder, by. han`ging
.him'bithp t eck, within the yard of the jail of
said county ntil ho was dead. " . ~
: 3 N. WESTON
Sworn and übscribed, this .22d of February, '
1844, before me, .- ' '' .-
- ' • • •A. Gootwrg; Associate Judge. :.
4611131.5. ITHAVA ,FLOUR, 20 bbls.
HeftVy ittessTork, 500 Bustle!strain,
1000 Lights` Window Sash for sate at
Febmary :6,:1844.; : MONTANYE'B:
111/4ERlNOS,AlPeorae,ioocr.l De - Lafnee.
:.figpred • Orleans, T.egans,lPrinteil Vel
vet, &C brafitiful. patterne for the .Letlirs'• for
11.311 X do SOW,
AmDOTS & SHOES, a lame afisariinent. at
, itloir. S.. SAI.SDIMPS.
ATS• & CAPS, a.good'af - abettrtinf,fo.
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