Bradford reporter. (Towanda, Pa.) 1844-1884, August 20, 1857, Image 3

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    Xcto QlbDcrttscments.
Bv nermission, the subscriber willjestablish a branch
r his Bakery establishment at Frenchtown during
iming Camp Meeting. Tents will be furnished With
,!k r iffpe Sugar, Ac., Ac., on the most reasonable ferms.
Tc ' h provisions of all kinds, such as Bread, Rusk, Bis
• t,- will 1* brought on the ground each day dur
-1,1 ..'ontiuuance of the meeting.
> tlict H. A. BURBANK.
l-in-mida. Augaat 10,18<7.
BRIDGE LETTING. —Scaled proposals
-.j 1 ho received at STEVENBVILLE, upon WED
."y the 2d day of SEPTEMBER next, hntff 3 o'-
* h k PM . for the erecting and completing a Bridge
the tVvalusing creek at Stevensviile. Ph*qs gnd
may be seen at the house of P. H. Bbek in
or at Homer Stevens, in Stevensviile, for ten days
1 to the letting. By order of the Comr's.
previous 10 m E R COOLBAUGH Clerk
~„m Towanda, Aug. 7, 1857.
|usHiit|anna Colitgiate iustrtufe,
pry J OIF.S )(c WILLI AM, Principal, Professor of An
>'n't Languages and Mental and Moral Science ;
ntVfP CRAFT, A. 8., Professor of Mathematics and
v itunil Science.
uks \XN* L. FRITCHF.R. Preceptress ;
kilSs 11. LOUISA JENKS, Instructor on Piano ;
bjiss HELEN M. CARTER, Assistant Instructor on Pi
' aim and Melodeon ;
ylSs CLARISSA A. STOCKWELL, Teacher of French
and Drawing.
The Fall Term commences on Wednesday, August 2G,
L) will continue 14 weeks. .. ,
" The Winter Term commences on A\ ednesday, Decem-
L r i and will continue 14 weeks, exclusive of a recess
L, it) days at Christmas.
B'avalile invariably in advance, or one Half 011 (rrftering
IhV-lwol. and one half at tlie middle of the term—Fuel
and contingencies included :
r ition in the Fifth class, (primary) per term,... #4 00
f' •• Fourth 6 Off
Third 7 Ofl
'• Second 8 00
First 10 00
Pupils using scholarships are charged $1 per term for
f-l .inJ contingents ; for instrument on which to take
L-ons, 50c, or for practice $2,00.
I Nn scholar, whose parents or guardians shall reside
t thin two miles of the Institute shall be admitted to tui
[ 11 therein upon any permanent scholarship rented or
Lined by sueli pupil, bis or her parent or guardian.
I reach **oo
liruring - • 3 <>o
l-ffimi on l'iano Forte witli use of Instrument,... 12 00
do do per quarter of 11 weeks,.. 10 00
Lard ia the Institute, per week, including fuel and
j '-..y 2 00
I' idling, iter dozen 38
I Th- arrangenieiits for Boarding will l>e under the entire
I. grd and management of the Steward, while the l'rin-
I il.iad Teachers residing in the Institute, will be aide
I Vxi'ivi-c a constant watch over the pupils, mingling
I ;)i tliew as members of the same family; as a Board
|;-s hcol for youth of both sexes, the Institute will af
li'u-rca.-ed and superior advantages. Parents and
I ; rii ius may be assured that all due cans will he exer
l-di i.ver the Health, the rna 11 rf-Ts arid morals of those en
| t" their care, and all suitable aid rendered at all
I.- -in jiroii!-'ting their advancement in study.
IgiMsl- hoarding in the Hall, will furtiish their own lied,
ft tig. t iwids, Ac. and the taldy sllXvr a*, tbem ep*iru
■N > |II:J:! taken for h-ss time hat fa term. The hoarding
ft r the tcnit must be paid in advance or one half at
I. Mtrince. anu the remaining halt at the middle of
I ;• nn.
I, entering the Institute are pledged to the obsrtr
ft •id tlie regulations, and none wHI lie
ft:'t r tenits.
I yu' exercises are arranged without extra charge for
ft - An.difying themselves as teachers for common]
ft •)<.
I - f'oi.T. Secretary. C. L. WARD. j
I t ignst 12, 1*57. A. AVICKHAM. Treas.
■ 1 i> hereby given, that all jmrsons indebted to the es-
I f James 11. Mrtnuw, late of Asylum twp., dee'd. are
ft t'i'l lo make payment without delay ; and r" per
■:,< having claims against said estate, must present them
ft jiithenticated for settlement to the subscriber.
ft A 1 gust 18,1857; Adfiiinfertratrix.
J BHEEP PELTS AND FURS, at No. 2, I'atton's
IHK subscriber is baying WOOL for the
- Plica Wnulen Company, and will pay the
in CASII fur any quaiAity.
■A'-u, the highest price paid in cash for SHEEP PELTS
I: a.inila, Aug. IT. 1857. Clothing Store.
Of 10 Town Lots,
' ami Valuable House avd f.of) cud the
I Volley Hill. Farm. . ,
• c,i °f tnese Lots are eligib'f situated cither for pri
■ v;tc re-iilenccs or business purposes, and the balance
Jf I 1 Shops or small business stands. My old
■<syre-Menee i> too well known to need a newspaper
■jr., *: a. The Farm is also Weil known, located ttyree
■ • bom Tuwanda, cdntainirtg abdut 1M) acres, 100 of
■ hi- ir.jirovpil and 300 fruit trees thereon, Ac., Ac.,
m w "i *'• 1 will be offered at public sale, if not disposed
■ •n*r. on THURSDAY, AUGUST 27. For particulars,
■•on! -ale, AC., see large handbills, and apply to the
■ r-igned now in Towanda, or Win. C. Bogart, Esq.
J Aug. 5, 1857. P. M. BULL.
THE well-known and well-established .CAR
RIAGE MANUFACTORY situated on Alainst
■iiTij' 11 the south part of the Borough of Towanda.
JuiMf Also, tlie Smith Shop, Timber House and Barn
the -srnc lot, ami stock of Timlier on hand.
■ ..I' 1 ' > '* AND LOT adjoining tlie shop lot.
■*'•ll whole t ill I# sold cheap for ready pay. For
f'" "I'l'ly to tlie subscriber at bis resilience on the pre-
|i>- The subscriber has nn hand some jtoem w
rflseo worth .if CARRIAGES,
'kinl>, which lie will sell on reason
terras for ready pay or approved credit.
■wnfla, Aug, 1,185fj3 O. 11. DRAKE.
XTRACTS fbr flavoring, for Salb rhcan
at _ TriX's.
llock Salt for packing salt, ist received by
fern nK U M'l NT OSir, DENTIST,
il,\S ARRIVED in TQWANDA, and may
l>e f.iund for a short time at. his rooms in
r - itl<K-k. Those having business With hlih should
■ 'i-i.iy. as his st :l y j s limited. June 11 1857.
■ X!.( i roll's NOTICE.—AiI personsin-
■•■htr.l to the estate of JOHN W.MORROW, dee'd.,
I. township, are hereby notified that pay
■' iii'i-tbe made without delay, and all persons having
- aL'aiust said e.-tate are requested to present them
authenticated for settlement.
I'-Ci IS 1 KR'S NOTICES.—Notice is here
> given that there have been filed and settled in
ittire ( ,f the Register of Wills, in and for the county
'accounts of administration upon thefollow
'states, viz ;
v 1 , "' < ' ol "it of Benjamin Hals ted, administrator of
n'Mvnhb late ol Ridgbiiry, dee'd.
Ail account of Wm. B. M atkins administrator of Da
atkins, hite of Colnmliia, dee'd.
•wl account of Win. Sibley, guardian of O. A. A E.
*ay. minor children of Geo. A. Jakway, late of
sham, dee'd. 3 a. count of Jonathan Stoddard, administrator of
. 'evens, late of Athens, dee'd.
• ' "'count of George Terry, administrator of Titos.
' ate of Herrick, dee'd.
1 'L account ot Mrs. Sophia Jayne, late Sophia Pick
n,;r^ix"f Pickard, dee'd, as guardian of
Mh*n, jr., minor child of Solomon Allen, dee'd.
... 1 onit of W. p. Kinyon, administrator of Par
"V'n. late of Windham, deceased.
■ •' aeetumt of R. J. Pickering, administrator of Eli
'late of Orwell, deceased.
• j'"ountof Sylvester Taylor and Ezra Goddard,
it,,!' ail ' Hewitt, lata 1 of Burlington, deceased.
cfiflnt nt Kinney Dewitt. executor of John IL
. late of Kidgbury. deceased.
James B. Ingham, administrator of the
uris a Mason, late of Monroe, deceased,
so' 1 ' a,np will be presented to the Orphan's Gorirt
l '° ul| ty, on Monday, the 7th day of Septera
• tor confirmation and allowance.
, . JAMES If. WEBB, Register.
;e*er Mifficc, Towanda, July 2*, 1857.
XXILI).— Rutter and Eggs, and all
wi!i . of , 00untr - v produce, by
'" ia . July 2R, IHo 7. WM. A. ROCKWELL.
His hm ' s Celebrated Ziotion.
' ith rai l." a , er * :iin for Old Sores, Burns,
na red ■. I? an 1 41,1 "ores on Man or Beast.
Wand. * u,rc - an ' ! f "' *I bv
HndqA ,- n , s , 7 WM. A. ROCKWELL.
Proposing Amendments to the Constitution of
the Commonwealth.
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Gencrvl As
cmbly met : That the following amendments are propos
ed to the constitution of the commonwealth, in accor
dance with the provisions of the tenth article thereof.
There shall be an additional article to said constitution
to be designated as article eleven, as follows ;
SECTION 1. The state may contract debts, to supply
casual deficits or failures nr revenues, or to meet expeu
ses not otherwise provided for but (lie aggregate amount
of such' debts direct and contingent, whether contracted
by virtue of one or more actsol the general assembly, or
at different periods of time, shall never exceed seven hun
dred and filty thousand dollars, and the moncv arising
from the creation of such debts, shall be applied to the
purpose for which it was obtained, or to repay the debts
so and .to no other purpose whatevee.
SECTION 2. In addition to the above limited power the
state may contract debts to repel invasion, suppress in
surrection, defend the state in war, or to.redeem the pre
sent Outstanding indebtedness of the state ; but the mo
ney aiTsm" ffofn ffi'e contracting of such debts, shall be
applied to the purpose for which it was raised, or to re
pay such debis, and 1 to -So otiiCr purposC whatever.
SECTION 3. Except {lie debts above specified,. m sec
tions one and two' of this article, no debt whatever shall
be created by, or on behalf of the state.
SECTION 4. To provide for (he payment of the present
debt, and any additional debt contracted as aforesaid, tlie
legislature shall, at its first session, after tlie adoption of
this amendment, create a sinking fund, Which shall be
sufficient to pay the accruing interest on s'ucli debt, and
annually to reduce the principal thereof by a sum not
less than two hundred and ftv thousand dollars ; which
sinking fund shall consist of the net amiyal income of
the public works, from time to time owned by tlie sfafi,
or the proceeds of the sale of the same, or any part
thereof, and of tlie income or proceeds of sale of stocks
owned by the state, together with other funds, or resour
ces. that may be designated by law. The said sinking
fund may be increased, from time to time, by assigning
to it any part of the taxes, or other revenues of the state,
not required for tlie ordinary and current expenses of
government, and unless in case of war, invasion or insur
rection, no pert of the said sinking fund shall be used or
applied otherwise than in extinguishment of the public
debt, nntil the amount of such debt is reduced below the
sum of live millions of dollars.
SECTION 5. The credit of the commonwealth shall not
in any manner, or event, be pledged, or burned to, any
individual, company, corporation, or association ; nor
shall tlie common wealth hereafter become a joint owner,
or stockholder, in any company, association, or corpora
SECTION 6. The commonwealth shall not assume tlie
debt, or any part thereof, of any county, city, borough,
or township ; or of any corporation, or association ; un
less such debt shall have been contracted to enable the
state to repel invasion, suppress domestic insurrection,
defend itsell in time of war, or to assist trie state in the
discharge of any portion of its present indebtedness.
SECTION 7. The legislature snail not authorize any
county, city, borough, township, or incorporated disli'TC't,
by virtue of a vote of its citizens, or otherwise, to be
come a stockholder in any company, association, or cor
poration ; or to obtain money for, or loan its credit to,
any corporation, association, institution, or party.
There shall le an additional article to said constitvtion
to be designated as article XII, as follows :
No county shall be bivided by a line cutting off over
one-tenth of its population, (cither to form a new county
or otherwise,) without the express assent of such coun
ty, by a vote of the electors thereof ; nor shall any new
county be established, containing less than four hundred
square miles.
From section two of the first article of the constitution
strike out the words, " of the city of Philadeldhta, and
of *uch county respectively from section live, same ar
ticle, strike out Die words, " of Philcde/phia and of the
several counties from section seven, same article,
strike out the woids, "neither the city of Philadelphia
nor uyy t " and insert in lieu thereof the words," and no
r-in ,\i. hut, " section four, same article," and in lieu
thereof insert the following :
" SECTION 4. In tlie year one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-four, and in every seventh year thereafter, rep
resentatives oumber of one hundred, shall ap
portioned anu uistuhiited equally, throughout the state,
by districts, in proportion to the numlier of taxable in
habitants in the several parts thereof; except that any
County containing at least three thousand five hundred
taxables, may lie allowed a seperate representation ; but
no more than three counties shall be joined, and no coun
ty shall be divided, iti the formation of a district. Any
city containing a sufficient number of taxables to entitle
it to at least two representatives, shall have a separate
representation assigned it, and shall be divided into con
venient districts of contiguous territory, of equal taxa
ble population as near as may be, each of which districts
Shall erect one representative."
At the end of section seven, same article, insert these
words, " the rity of Philadelphia shall divided iulosin
gC* i&ntrtorM diitriils, r>f donl i£ iitius territory As WhYly
equal in taxable popuMtun as possible ; but no Ward
shall be divided in the formation thereof
The legislature, at its first session, after tlie adoption
of this amendment, shall divide the city of Philadelphia
into senatorial and representative districts, in the man
ner above provided ; such districts to remain unchanged
until the apportionment in the year one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-four.
There shall be an additional Section to tlie first article
v r said constitution, \VftieH shall be numbered and read
as follows : .
SECTION 20. The legislature shall have tlie power to al
ter, revoke, or annul, any charter of incorporation here
after conferred by, or under, any special, or geueral law,
whenever in their opinion it may lie injurious to the citi
zens of the commonw- alt!)irt such ihanner. hoWcver,
that no injustice shall be done to the corporators'.
IxisEXATF., March 27.1857.
Resolved. That this resolution pass. On the first
amendment, yeas 34, nays 7 ; on the second amendment,
yeas 23, nays" 8 ; on the third amendment, yeas 24, nays
4 ; on the fourth amendment, yeas 23, nays 4.
[Extract from the Journal.]
April 29, 1857.
Resolved, That this resolution pass. On the first
amendment, yeas IS, nays 12 : on the second amendment
yeas 57, nays 34 ; on Hie third amendment, yeas 72, nays
22 ; on the fourth amendment, ytas 83, nays 7.
[Extract from the Journal.]
Filed in Secretary's office, May 2, 1857.
Secretary of the Communiveulth.
HARRISBCRO, June 22, 1857.
Pennsylvania, ss:
I do certify that the above and foregoing is a true and
correct copy of the original " Resolution propo-'r.g
amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth,
with the vote in each branch of the Legislature upon the
final passage thereof, as appears from the originals on
tile in this ofilcfe. . .
In testimony Wherfeof T have hereunto set my
[t.. s.] hand and caused to lie affixed the seal of the
Secretary's Office, the day and year above written.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
IN SE* vtfc, March 27.1857.
The resolution proposing amendments to the Constitu
tion of thb Commonwealth being under consideration,
On the question,
Will tne Senate agree to the first amendment ?
The yeas and nays were taker! agreeablv to the provi
sions of the Constitution, and were as follow, tiz : _
YEAS—Messrs. Brewer, Browne, Coffey, Ely. E*ans.
Fetter. Flenniken,, Ingram, Jordan, Killinger,
Knox, Uubach, Myer. Scolield, Sellers, Shmnan,
Steele, Straub, Welsh, Wilkins, Wright and laggart,
Speaker —24. _ „
NAYS—Messrs. Crahb, Cresswell, Finney. Gregg, Har
ris, Penrose and Souther—7. _ .
So the question was determined in the affirmative.
On the qnestfon,
Will the Senate agree to the second amendment.
The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the provi
sions of the Constitution, and were as follow, viz :
YEAS—Messrs. Brewer, Browne, Cresswell, Ely.Evans,
Fetter, Finney, Fleuniken, Ingram, Jorpan, Knox, Lau
bacli, Lewi-, Myer, Sellers, Shuman, Souther, Steele,
5 raub, Welsh, Wilkins, Wright and Taggart, Speaker—
NAYS Messrs. Coffey, Crabb. F'razer, Gregg. Harris,
Killinger, Penrose and Scofield—B
So the question was determined in the affirmative.
On the question,
Will the Senate agree to the third amendment ?
The veas and nays were taken agreeably to the provi
sions of the Constitution, and were as follow, viz :
YEAS —Messrs. Brewer, Browne, Cralib. Creswell, Ely,
Evans, Flenniken, Krazer, Ingram. Jordan, Killinger,
Knox, Laubaeh, Lewis, Myer. Scofield, Sellers, Shuman,
Souther, Steele, Straub, Welsh, Wilkins and Wright—24.
NAYS —Messrs. Coffey. Gregg, Harris and Penrose—4.
So the question was determined in the affirmative.
On the question,
Will the Senate agree to the fourth amendment ?
The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the provi
sions of the Constitution, and were as follow, viz :
YEAS —Messrs. Brewer, Browne, Coffey, Creswell, Ely,
Evans, Fleuniken, Frazer, Ingram. Killinger, Knox. Lau
baeh, Lewis, Myer, Scofield, Sellers, Shorn am, Souther,
Steele, Straub, Welsh, Wilkins and Wright— 23.
N AYS —Messrs. Crabb, Finney, Jordan and Penrose—4.
So the question was determined in the affirmative.
April 2ft, 1857.
The resolution proposing amendments to the Coii-tilu
tian of the Common wealth being under consideratioa,
On the question,
WAil the HotuC agree to the th>t amendment ?
The veai and nay 3 were taken agreeably to the provi
sion* of the Constitution, and were as follow, viz :
YEAS— Messrs. Anderson, Arthur, Backhouse, Ball,
Beck, Bishop, Bower, Brown, Calhoun, Campbell, chase,
Cleaver, Crawford, Diekey, Ent, Eyster. Fausold Foster,
Gtbboney, Gildea, llamel, Harper, Heins, Heistand, Hill,
, Hillegas, Hoffman, (Berks,) Imbrie, Innes, Jacobs, Jen
kins, Johns, Johnson, Kauflfman, Kerr, Knight.
ring, Longaker, Lovett, Manear, Maugle, M'Calmout,
M llvain, Moorhead. Momma, Musselman, Nichols, Nich
olson, Nunemacher, Pearson, Peters, Pctriken, Pownall,
Purcell, Ramsey, (Philadelphia,) Ramsey, (York,) Rea
mer, Reed, Roberts, Rnpp, Shaw, Sloan, Smith, (Cam
bria,) Smith, (Centre.) Stevenson, Tolan, Vail, Vanlioor
his, VicKers, Voeghley, Walter, Wcstbrook, Wharton,
\\ illistoff, Wit hero#, Wright, Zimmerman and Getz,
' Speaker —7B.
NAYS— Messrs. Backus, Benson, Dock, Hamilton. Han
cock. Hine, Hoffman, (Lebanon,) Lebo.Struthers,Thorn,
Warner and Wintrode—l2.
So th 6 question was determined in the affirmative.
On the question,
Will the House agree to the second amendment ?
The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the provi
i siows of the Constitutfpn, an 4 wore as folio#, viz :
YEAR— Messrs. Anderson, Backhouse, Ball, Beck,
Bower, Calhoun, Campliell, Carty, Ent, Fausold, Foster,
Gildea, Hamel, Harper, Heines, lliestand, Hillegas.Hoff
man, (Berts,) Housekeeper. Imbrie, Inues, Jenkins,
Johns, JoWrsoft, Kauffman, Knight, I.eiscnfing, Longa
ker, Lofett, Manear, Maugle, M'llvain, Moorhead, Mus
selman, Nichols, Nicholson, Nunemach6r, Pearson, Pe
ters, Petriken, Pownaß, Purcell, Ramsey, (Pliiladelphia)
Ramsey, (York,) Reamlr, Roberts, Ropp, Shaw, Sloan,
Tolan, Vail, Voeghley, Walter, West brook, Wharton,
, Zimmeman and Getz, Speaker— s7.
NAYS —Messrs. Arthur, Augustine, Backus, Benson,
Bishop, Brotfn', Cfihse, Cfea*6r, Cfatfford, Eyster, Gib
boney, Hamilton, Hancock, Hill, Hine, Hoflhian, (l>eba
non,) Jacobs, Kerr, Lel>o, M'Calmont, Momma. Reed,
Smith, (Cambria,) Smith, (Centte,) Tteveuson, Struth
ers, Thorn, Vanlioorhis, Vickere, M'agonselier, Waruer,
Wintrode, Witherow and Wright—
So the qiieathif? was deteruillied ill the affirmative.
On the question,
Will the House agree to the third amendment ?
The yens and nays were taken agreeably to the provi
sions of the Constitution, and were as folj-W, Viz :
YEAS —Messrs. Andtfson, Backhouse, Ball, Beck, Ben
son, Bower. Brown, Calhoun, Campbell, Chase, Cleaver,
Crawford, Dickey. Ent, Eyster, Fausold, Foster, Gibbo
ney, Hamel, Harper, Heins, Heistand, Hill, Hillegas,
Hoffman, (Berks,) Hoffman, (Lebanon,) Housekeeper,
Imbrie, Innes, Jacobs, Johns, Johnson, Kauffman, Kerr,
Lebo, Longaker, Lovett, Manear, Mangle, M'Calmont,
Moorhead, Mumma, Musselman, Nichols, Nicholson, Nu
nemacher, Pearson, Peters, Petrikiu, Pownall, Purcell.
Ramsey, (York,) Reamer, Keed, Kupp, .Shaw, Sloan,
Smith, (Cambria,) Smith. (Centre,) Stevenson, Tolan,
Vril. Vanlioorhis, Vickers, Voeghley. Wagonseller, West
brook, Williston, Witherow, Wright, Zimmerman and
Getz, Speaker —72.
NAYS— Messrs. Arthur, Augustfne, Backus, Bishop,
Carty, Dock, Gildea, Hamilton, Hancock, Hine, Jenkins,
Knight, Leisenring, M'llvain, liainsev. (Philadelphia )
Huberts, Struthers, Thorn, Walter, VVaruer, Wharton,
and Wintrode—22.
So the question was determined in the affirmative.
On the question,
Will the House agree to the fourth amendment ?
The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the provi
sions of the Constitution, and were as follow, viz :
YJKAS —Messrs. Anderson, Arthur, Backhouse, Backus,
lafi Beck. Benson, Bishop, Bower, Brown, Calhoun,
Campbell, Carty, Chase, Cleaver, Crawford, Dickey,Ent,
Eyster, Fausold, Foster, Gibboney, Gildea, Hamel, Har
per. Heins, Hiestand, Hill, Hillegas, Hoffman, (Berks,)
Hoffman, (Lebanon,) Housekeeper, Imbrie,lnnes,Jacobs,
Jenkins, Johns, Johnson, Kauffman, Kerr, Lebo, Leisen
ring Longaker, Lovett, Manear, Maugle, M'Calmont, M'- j
llvain, Mumma, Musselman, Nichols, Nicholson, Nune- j
macher, Pearson, Peters. Petrikin, l'ownnll, Purcell, |
Ramsey, (Philadelphia,) Ramsey. (York,) Beamer, Reed, i
Roberts, Rnpp, Shaw, Sloan, Smith, (< 'iimbria,) Smith. J
(Centre.) Stevenson, Tolan. Vail, Vanhoornis, Vickers, j
Voeghley, Wagonseller, Walter, Warner, West brook,
Wharton, Williston, Witherow, Zinfffierman and Get/., \
NAYS —Messrs. Dock, Hamilton, Hancr'- k, Struthers,
Thorn, Wintrode, and Wright—7.
So the question was determined in the affiririfdl-e.
HAHKISBCRU, June 22,1857. I
Pennsylvania, ss:
I do certify that the above and foregoing is a true and j
correct copy of the" Yeas" and " Nays" taken on the |
resolution proposing amendments to the Constitution of j
the Commonwealth, as the same appears on the Journals j
of the two Houses of the General Assembly of this Com- '
mon wealth for the session of 1857.
Witness my hand and the seal of said office, this j
[L. S.] twenty-sedond day of June, one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-seven.
July Otc Secretary of the Commonwealth.
New Store & New Goods,
ration's Block, one. door North of Gullemlntrg, j
Rosenbavm <s• Co.
LATK of the Arm of Montanycs tt Co., would inform
the public generally and hisoldjfrlends and customers |
pnrtlularly that lie is just receiving and now offers for I
sale on the most favorable terms, a large and carefully se- 1
lected assortment of GOODS.
TDK LADIES will find that their wants hare been I
careful} - considered. Their attention is particularly in
vited to all the latest styles of DRESS GOODS—Silks,
Challies, Lawns. Common. Robe and French ; Plain and
Robe Bareges, Brilliants, DeLaines, Alapaceas, Thibet,
Cloths foreign and domestic Ginghams. Merrimac, Co
aneco.ftni! all the newest styles of Prints. Mourning
Goods, a great variety. Apron checks and Flannels.
EDGlNG.—.Jaconet, Swiss Thread, Cotton, Black Silk,
do. Cotton Laces, Bugle, Illusion and Blonde.
EMBROIDERIES—CoIIars and Cult's. Cnderdecves,
Dimity, Sfouhiing nnd Bugle Collars, embroidered Bands
and Financings. Stamped Collars and Bands.
WHITE GOODS.—Jaconet, plain and striped. Plain
and dotted Muslins; India, Book, Barred and striped
Muslins : Victoria and Ul-hon laiwns.
SKELETON, ftna Cactus-Skirts ; Brass, Reed, and
Whalebone Hoops, and Crinoline.
BARRAGE, Love, Dotted, and Chantley Veils.
SHAWLS—A great variety.
BOM NETS—Neapolitan; White, Soft and Fancy Straw
Bonnets. ...
RIBBONS of every fclnii. Florence Silks, Moire An
tiques, Fringes, Saving Bfaiit, Buttons, Paper Cambrics,
glazed Muslin, and all the latest styles of Dress Trim
mings, Mitts, Gloves, Sewing Silk, spool Thread, French
and Moravian Cotton.
FOR THE GENTLEMEN. Cloths,Cassimeres.Tweed,
Kentucky Jeans, Black Doeskin,Check,Cottonade,stripe
anfi fancy eh*ck, Breton Due I *, Overalls, Jrc. Silk, Far
mer's Satin, Marseilles,ghff fancy VESTINGS. Buttons,
Twist, a general assortment of Coat. Trimmings, Collars.
Cravats, Suspenders, Shirtings, Linen Bosoms, (ready
rnadet, A®.. Ao
HOUSE FI'RNISH'NfJ Goods, Madder and undressed
Furniture Prints, Sheetings, brown and bleached. Dra
pery Muslin, (Yrpet bindings, Brown Crash, Linen and
Cotton Diaper, Provrn, and lileached Table Linen, Nap
kins, Dowdies, C;> -pet-warp, Tickings, Ac., Ac.
HATS A C.V PS—BOOT o & SHOES—For men, women,
and children.
HOSIERY—White and colored. Mlts, Globe*; Silk,
Linen and C-ottrtn Handkerchiefs.
YANKEE NOTIONS.—Hooks and Eyes, Combs,
Brushes of all kinds, Pins, Needles, Tape, Buckles, Pen
cils, Pens, Inkstands, Tobacco and Shaving Boxes, Strops
Fish hooks and lines.
PAPER HANGINGS.—Borders, Window Shades, Wr
iting Paper and Envelopes.
GROCERIES—Fine Green and Black Teas. Coffee,
Rice, Spices, Starch, Salaratns, Soda, Cream Tartar, Su
gars. Molasses, Peppersaucc, Tobacco, Codfish, Mackerel,
Soaps, Paints, Oils, Dyestuffs, Glass, Drugs and Medi
cines, Lamp Oil, Fluid, Camphine,Candles, Brooms, Bas
kets, Wooden ware, Stone ware, flievpsq Hardware and
Cutlery, Leathgf and Shoe findings, Thinks and carpet
bags, fly nets, whips, 4*e., Ac.
The subscriiier lias purchased his goods for cash, and
therefore can afford to sell them low for CASH or country
produce, and hopes for a liberal share of patronage.
Towanda) July 1,1857.- __
TOSEPII POWELL, as usual, is early on
*} hand with the largest, rheapest and best
stock of SPRING GOODS to ls> foiirtd In To Wan da, com
prising all the new and desirable styles of
to which the attention of the public is respectfully invit
(j, Towanda, April so, i*.~>7.
fashionable assortment , never before equalled in To
wanda, of moire antique, brocade, corded and plain black
SILKS ; plain andstriped Poplins, Dcbeges.Challis .spring
Delaines, Organdies, French printed Jaconctts, Lawns oi
all prices, white and colored Brilliante*, Borages, i 'rapes,
French, Scotch nnd domestic Ginghams, French, English
and American Prints, just received by
April fi, 1*37. _ J- POWELL-.
J-i French and Scotch embroidered Jaconctt and Book
Muslin Collais, Sleeves, Bands, Flouncings, Edgings and
Insertings ; Linen and Cambric embroidered Handker
chiefs, real thread Bobbin, Smyrna Linen wrought, and
Cotton Edgings, Gimpnire. Brussels, Black Silk, and Bu
gled Laces, just received l>y
April fi, 1857. J. POWETJ
\JT ses and Childrens white, unbleached, colored and
mixed cot ton and lisle thread Hose, of every price. Men's
and Boys bleached, unbleached and mixed cotton half
hose. Gents and Ladies kid. silk, lisle thread and cotton
cloves, of every price and color, just received by
F April, 6,im. J.rOWLLL.
M jec ^fircßnss
COLLINS & POWELL are now receiving
a large stock of SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTH
INC, which they arc selling exclusively FOR CASH, as
they think a bird in hand is worth two in the bush. Their
stock consists of Business, Black Cloth, Fancy Cassimere
Tweed, Kentucky Jean. White Duck. Linen, Marseilca,
and Brown Linen COATS of all kinds and qualities.—
Black Cassimere, Fancy Cassimere, Brown Linen, White
hinen and Kentucky Jean PANTS ; Silk, Satin and Mar
seilcs VESTS of all kinds; Black and Fancy Cravats;
Gents J Hose, Shirts, Collars, Suspenders, Hats nnd Caps
and evervihing in the line of Men's wear. Their stock of
Cloths and Cassimeres are unsurpassed, and are selling
cheap. We are still ready to make up all kinds of GAR
MENTS to order on short notice, aud warranted in every
particular ; all of which we are bound to sell lower than
was ever offered in tbia market for Cash. Cutting done
as naual. COLLINS & POWELL.
Towanda, April 16,1867.
1857. 1857.
More and More New Goods !
Just opening a full assortment of
Which will le sold Cheap—CHEAPER THAN EVER!
Give us a call; You cannot fall to lie suited for quality
and price.
4-ir Patton's Block. Corner of Main and Bridge sts.
Towanda, May 6, 1857.
V and colored cloths and cassimers, and an endless
quantity of fancy cassimeres, tweeds, Kentucky jeans,
cottonades, linens, Ac., cheaper than ever before, just re
ceived by
April 6,1857. J^POWELL.
ARE just receiving, in their New Store, west side of
. the Public Square a large and well selected assort
ment of goods suitable for the Summer trade. Consisting
of Lawns, Challis, Bareges, Poplin, Delaines, Scotch and
American Ginghams, Debeges, Black and Colored Silks,
French, English and American Prints in great variety ;
Gents Dress Goods, Hardware. Crockery, Fish, Sugar,
Tea, Coflei and other Family Groceries. Also, a very
large assortment of
Boots 6c Shoes,
of almost every variety, and having made arrangements
with the manufacturers by which we are in constant re- j
ceipt of new work, we are prepared to offer to the public
the largest and best stock, and at lower prices than any
other store in Towanda. Call and see.
Sole and Upper Leather, French and American Calf
Skins, Morocco, Colored aud plain Linings, Binding, Shoe
Thread and a general assortment of Findtrfgs, wholesale
and retail at reasonable rates. Grateful for past favors,
we invite the patronage of the public and by strict atten
tion to business and particular care in selection of our
goods, both as to quality and adaptation to meet the wants
of customers, we hope to merit tle confidence of the com
munity and respectfully iuvitc those Visiting Tu*an3a
to call and examine our goods.
Towanda, June 8, 1857.
TS NOW RECEIVING a large stork of
A FAMILY GROCERIES, which are offered for sale at
as low prices as the same quality of Goods can be bought
anywhere this side of the City of Xew York.
June 4, '*s7 FOX'S.
Prunes, liaisons, &e., at
June 4, 1.7. FOX'.-t.
' at June 4,1857. FOX'S.
V T large and well selected stock of BOOTS AXI)
SHOES direct from the Manufacturers, which we oiler at
extremely low prices for HEADY PAY, and invite the
public to call and examine before purchasing els-cWhrrc.
June 2d, 1857. HI'MPHIIKY A WIPftHAM.
AS the Summer Season will e short, we have conclud
ed to make our
Usual Reduction of Prices, at Once!
Which we have lieen accustomed to do late in the season,
and in view ol this fact, we will sell our large slock of
DRY GOODS, die. die.
Towandft, July 22, ls.">7. Cor. Main and Bridge Sts.
Adjoining tfi'e Ilorovgk of Totranda,
For Sale at a GREAT EAP.3AIN ;
AT $25 an acre, for all cash down ;
At $3O nH .acre for $3OOO down and tialance in 3 years.
At $35 an acre for $2OOO down ami balance in 5 years.
At $4O an gpre for $lOOO down nod balance in 7 years.
The fang pgntains 200 acres witli a good House anil
harn, and an .orchard of choice fruit on it. It is Well wa
tered witK permanent springs conveniently distributed
over It. About one half of it Is cleared, and every acre
of it is tillable land. It could he advantageously
ilivjde'l so as to suit two or more person* wishing farms
of less size. , .i • .
My daughter has fifty acres aborning it which she
would also sell.
Towanrla. July 21, 1.557. W. PATTON.
Smith's Island, in the Susquehanna river '
red Stag, five years old, short liodied, carries his bead
high ; a light brindle. line hack cow, <i years old new
milch ; a three years old Bull, dark red. with small star
in the forehead, tight under the.belly. A liberal repaid
will lie paid for the return of these, animals, or such in
formation as. will lead to their discovery. ,
Durell, July 1. 1857- ISRAEL SMITH.
One Door North of the Tl"ard House.
\\J HERE you can find a constant suppl Vof P,rra<l. Rusk.
VV Crackers, Cookies, Jumbles, and all kinds of Fancy
nil" OYSTERS furnished by the quart or keg, or cook
ed to o'der.
ATT Particular attention paid to filling orders for parties
Returning our sincere thanks for the lilieral patronage
bestowed upon us during the past year, ami hoping by
close application to business to merit a continuance of the
same, we remain as ever, your humble servant,
March 16.1857. H- At BUUBAXK.
II'STRA Y.—Came to the enclosure
j of the subscriber, on the2Bth inst., TWO
yearling STEER. The owner is requested to come for
ward, prove property, pay charges and take them away.
Windham. July 27, 1857. JOSEPH ELSBRKE.
Valuable Farm & Mill Property
Near Wiliiamsport,
V Oli S LK .
THE undersigned, surviving partner of the firm of 3, T>.
4* W. B. Holing, offers for sale all that Valuable pro
perty situated on the South side of the Susquehanna Hir
er, (! miles from Williamsport, and three miles from the
line of the Sunbufy & Erie Rail Road. T>e Pennsylvania
Canal passes on tile opposite side of the River. This tract
contains 660 acres, with 6 per cent allowance. 200 acres
is cleared, and in a good state of cultivation. There is a
large amount of valuable timber 011 the premises ; a good
stream of water, and a good Sow Mill. The Mill is new,
being built 1856.
The other improvements consist of five good dwelling
houses, with out buildings thereto. Two large barns, one
of which is first class, with a large shed attached.
The above property will be offered at Public Sale at the
Court House, in Williamsport, on Wednesday, the I'Jth of
August, next, at 1 o'clock, P. 31,
A portion of the purchase money in cash, the balance
made easy, with interest, and approved security.
Terms made known on the day of sale.
Further particulars can be obtained by addressing
Surviving partner of the firm of J. R. A W. B Haling.
Williamsport. Pa., June 30tli 1857.
O ALT Foil THE TABLE and Dairy for
O sale cheap by
Toivanda July 28,1857. WM A. KOCK.WELL,
SHERIFF'S SALE. —By virtue of sundry
O writs of vend, exponas, issued out of the Court ol
Common Pleas ot Bradford County, and to me directed,
will be exposed to public sale on MONDAY, the 7th day
of SEPTEMBER, A. D., 1867, at 1 o'clock. P. M., at
the Court House, in the borough of Towanda, the fol
lowing described lot, piece or parcel of land, situate in
the borough of Towanda, Bradford Connty, bounded
north by lauds in possession of John K. Means and Sam
uel Kingston, east by lands of N. N. Betts and J. A. Acc
ord, south by J. T. Taylor and west by Second Street.—
Containing fifty feet front anyone hundred and fifty feet
deep, ail improved with a tvro-story framed house, partly
finished and fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of J.
Pliinney jr.vs. Michael o'Sullian.
ALSO—The defendant's interest in one other lot, piec
or parcel of land situate in the village ol Canton in Can
ton township, Bradford county, bounded on the north and
east by lands of Harding & Lei. on the south b\ tjie high
way aud on the west by land of John Griffin. Contain
ing about twenty-four feet front and about fifty feet deep
be the same more or ftks, aft improved.
ALSO—The defendant's interest in the following lot,
piece or parcel of land situate in the village of Canton in
the township of Canton Bradford county, rcnu'a., bound
ed as follows, to wit : Beginning at a point one foot east
of the store house now occupied by Nathan Tuttle. thence
southerly on a line parallel with the east side of said store
house one foot distant from it eighty eight feet, thence
westerly at right angles with the former line apd parallel
with the north end of said store house thirty-six feet and
four inches to an alley ten feet wide, thence northwardly
with right angles with the former line and parallel with
the opposite side along said alley eighty eight feet to the
Towanda road, thence along said road north 71° east 36
feet and four inches to the beginning. Containing three
thousand one hundred and ninety-seven square feet more
or less, with the right of way through the above mention
ed alley ; ail improved, with one framed building now oc
cupied as a grocery store or eating saloon, dwelling house,
an ice house and framed wood shed thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit ot Ira Smith
jr. S: Co. vs. Horace Tuttle.
ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of fand situ
ate in the village of Canton in Canton township, Brad
ford county, bounded on the north by land of J. W. Grif
fin east by Wright's alley, south by Cooked Alley and
west by Centre street, being lot No. 7 on a plot or heap
made for Newman & Kingsbery by O. D. W. C. Orcutt.
Containing about sixty-six feet front aud running back
one hundred and ninety-four feet more or less, all im
proved, with one framed dwelling house thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of 11. Miller
to the use of W. S. Newman vs. J. M. Ixnghton.
ALSO—The following deserved lot, piece or parcel of
land situate in the borough of Towanda, Bradford ,co.,
bounded north by Henry Esenwiue's lot, east by Alain
street, south by lands of John F. Means and west bv
Second street. Containing one hundred and seven feet
front and two hundred and ninety four feet back, be the
same more or less, all improve*, With a large framed
foundry and machine shop ther6on.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Hail A Rus
sell vs. I. L. Si H. L. Lamoreux.
ALSO—A piece or parcel of land in Rome township,
bounded on the north and west by lands of John Vought,
on the east by the phbKc highway, on the south by lauds
belonging to the estate of Nathan Marnard, deceased.
Containing three-fourths of au acre, more or iess, ail im
proved, one framed dwelling house, one framed barn, aud
u few fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in exfceatioft at tilt suit of Harry
Strope vs. Hiram H. Mann.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or parcel of
land situate in Wells township. Bra ford county, bound
ed on the north by land formerly belonging to" Whiting
Gilford, east by the highway, south by land of Jesse Ed- !
sail and west by land of Jas. Eosaß. Containing about
sixteen acres, more or less, about four acred improved, '
one framed bouse and a few fruit trees tliereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of William
Hubbard vs. Noble J. Stuart.
ALSO—A piece or parcel of land situate in Athens tp., '
bounds'' north by lands of Rachel Muffhy, east bv lands I
of Sherman and James Bnrnside, south by lands of C. 1". |
Welles, jr., and west by other lands of Mary Caton dee'd.
Containing one hundred and thirty-eight acres, more or j
less, about four a cress improved.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of William
WoodvilK trustee of the estate of Mary Caton, deceased,
vs. Andrew Buniside. the suit of the same plain
tiffs, vs. Ira and George Woftott ; against plaintiff's for
A I.SO—A piece or parcel of land situate in Sheshequtll
tn., bounded on the north by lands of 11. Kinney, i-ast by
the highway, south by E. Satterlee. and west by E. Sat
terlee and ft. Kinney. Containing fifty feet front by one
handled and fifty feet deep, all improved, a frame store
and framed store house thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at tne suit of T. H. Ran
som & Co. vs. S. F. Washburn and C. 11. Ames, co- part- j
ners. , |
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or parcel
of land situate in Smlthfield township, Bradford Co.,
bounded on the north by the public highway leading
through the village of ftmiUificld. east by the public
square, south by lands of Augustus Fhelps and west by J
land of Widow Gerobld. Containing one acre and thirty i
perches more or less, all improved, with a framed tavern
house, a framed barn and sbed and fruit trees thereon. j
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of E. i W.
Elliott vs. I. A. Kingsley.
, dJ.SO—The following described lot; piece rt parcel c'f :
'an'} situate in Ulster township, Bradford co.; bounded nu
thfe north and east bv lands of Janies SfcCarty, south by
lands of Daniel Harkins and on the west by the highway, j
Containing abopt one aero more or loss, all improved,
with otic dv'o story framed tavern house known as the '
" Barley Sheaf," and one framed barn thereon.
Seized dnil taken in execution at the suit of Reuben B.
Robinson vs. I'ljilip P. Sweet.
ALSO—The defendant's interest in thi? following des- I
eribed lot, piece oi parcel of land situate in Standing
Stone township, Bradford co., it being a piece of land off 1
from the northwest cornef of a tract of land in the war
rantee name of Andrew Norway ; bounded on the north,
east and south by lands of Truer. aud ct| the west
by lands of Anson Goff. Confiding thirty ui res more or
less, about twenty acres iniptoved, one framed dwelling
honse. one framed barn, a framed stihil and a few fruit
trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of ! T W. tin
cy vs. Daniel I-fityck.
" ALSO—The following described lot, piece or p'rircc-I of
land situate in Athens twp., Bradford co., lying on the
east ,iJe of the north branch of. the Susquehanna Uiler,
and bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning at the north
west cotnef of t'ol; ,?ohn Franklin's lot, thence nnftH !ij°
Nest 35 2-10 perches, tlieneC nortli 5® west 27 .1-1 f| per.,
thence 4° west 32 2-irf thence itotth ,17j" west
37 3-10 perches to the south est cornet o; Constant Ma-
tot; thence along the said MutlieWson's lot
south Sic' hast 487 s-lo perches to a comer of Benjamin
Lambert, thence south 1° west 61 5-10 pfcrchesto tb land
of Joseph McKinney, thence north 80° west 71 1 10 per.
to a corner, thence south 1° west fit 5-10 perches to the
hortliKist cdrni ; r of N. FioVef's lot, thence nortli K:l°
West 370 210 perches,to the place of beginning—(being *
the same lot convey M by Robert Spalding and wife to
James Thompson by deed bearing date January 15,1840.)
Containing tnree hundred and eight acres and 111 pbrch
es more or less, about 275 acres improved, two framM
houses, four framed barns, a wagon shed, n horse barn,
a corn bouse, two apple orchards find other fruit trees
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of John S.
l'ierson ct. al. vs. James Thompson impleaded With Clius.
A I.SO—The following h>L pi"co or parrel of lanJ situ
ate iif Kidgbufj 1 trtftnalHl), Braflfrif' bounded 011 the
north by lands liow or lately belonging to Charles T. Mur
phy, east by lands of Howard Hurt, south by lands of
Howard Burt, the highway, land of Deter Miller and oth
ers, and on the west by the highway. Continuing about
two acres more or less, all improved, with one two story
framed tavern house, known as the Centreville Hotel,one
framed barn and a few fruit trees thereon.
Seirerl and taken in execution at the suit of James Ly
on to the nsfe of (leorge 15. Davidson vs. (1. M. Brown &
A. J. Brown.
ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate in Wyalnsing township, Bradford co.. bounded and
described as follows, to wit: Beginning f*t a post near a
white pine tree 011 a line of land belonging to Justus and
Kbenezer Lewis. marked for a corner, thence by lands of
tbe same, west 4J 3-10 perches to a post 011 a line of the
same, thence by land of the same north 100 perches to a
post, thence east by the same 37 7-10 perches to a post,
thence south 45° west 53 lurches to a |w>st, thence south
73° east 84 (5-10 perchs <0 1 post, thence south 53° west
37 7-10 perches to the place of beginning. Containing
twentv-tive acres more or less, about tew acre* improved.
Seized and taken In execution at the suit of John W.
Gray, administrator of the estate of Sully Seaf., vs. Hi
ram VVa-hbom.
ALSO—The following lot, r iece or parcel of land situ
ate in Ridghury township, Bradford co.. bounded as fol
lows : Beginning at a stone corner standing in the line or
I). A. Gillctl's farm, ffmn thence south .in® west forty
seven rods and eleven links to a post and stones for a cor
ner, thence south 15° east twenty-six rods to a stone cor
ner, from thence north 50° east forty-seven rods and elev
en links to a corner standing in the line of l>. A. Glllett's
lot, from thence north 15° west twenty-sits rods to the
place of beginning. ' Containing seven aeegs and one hun
dred and ten perches more or less, together with all the
water privileges ; all improved, with a grist mill, saw
mill, 011 c framed house and other outbuildings.
Seized and taken in execution at tbe suit of C. F. Wil
son Vs. Wm. N. Coleman.
(|ALSO— The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate iu Bmithfiohl township. Bradford county, Iwundctl rn:
the north by* land of Montilian Sceler, phA by lands of
Tlmmas Weed, on the south by Minor Watkins, and 011
the we>t by lands of Hannah W. Arnold. Containing
about forty acres more or less, about thirty acres improv
ed, one framed house and orchnM of fniit trees thereon.
Also, the defendants interest in a ("rained tarn on Thomas
Weed's lot adjoining the above described land.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Fanny
Kellogg"? nse vs. Daniel Arnold, Heman C. Arnold and
3. R' Arnold, tefre tenants.
ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate in Athens township, Rtadford co.. bounded on the
north hy lands of Billings Spring, east by the highway
leading from Athens to Milltown, south In- lands of Jacob
Reel, southwest by lands of Chas. McPuflee. Containing
about ten acres more or less, all improved.
ALBo—One other lot, piece or parcel of land situate
in Athens boro.. bounded on Ibe north by Joseph Par
eons lot, weA by L. Drake and S. C. Hani* lot, south by
Waller Olmsted and I-.W, BJrcbard'n, lot, east by Main
street. fcmtraijiiug about cuV- hundred feet front and
about two hundred feet deep, more or less, all improved,
with a few fruit trees thereon.
ALSO -The itcfendhriCs interest in the following lot,
piece or parcel ot land situate m Athens boro., bounded
oil the north by Canal street, we-t by Horace earner's
lot, south br J:''. NvSMprrJliVand on the east by Maiu st.
Conta uing .ibodf seventy-five feet front and about one
bundled feet deep, all improved, one large framed build
ing, occupied as a ClboWy Stof*, Dry tfri&iS's Store, Odd
Fellows Hall and a' fc#' Lhnf trees thertort.-
Al>U—The defendant's int< re-t in off? other lot, piece
or parcel of land sitpwfrd in Athens boro'. Bradford
county, tioiiuded on the north by BrtdgO Street, we.-t by*
X. C. Harris' lot, south by Drcxol A lierrick's lot and
west by 1,. M. Allen's lot. Containing airout fifty feet
front and one hundred and ten feet deep, all improved
one frndv* dwelling house thereon.
Seized and taVn in eiecufioh at the suit of Chittrndcn
Bliss & Co. vs. William Kifi.
AI.SO—The following described lot piece or parcel of
land -itiiate in Sinith'ield tWp . Bradford county, bound
ed north by Sum net B. Hoh-ohib. east by Fund of David
Brown, south by unseated hinds and west by lands of
; Charles Munn'. " CohtaipiffjT forty-nine acres or
less, ab6'ut forfy acres improved, lifo framed dwelling
houses, one framed barer aftd other out Laildiugs, two
apple orchards and other fruit trees thereon-
Seized and taken in execution at the suit, of H. B. Wil
helin vs. J. S. PctersMeA O. French,
1 .ft/UN" A. CODMNfi, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Towanda, July 'is, lsj7.
is hereby gi*en. fhat aif persons indebted to the
estate of .10tlx M. MARTIN, dee d, fate of Franklin
twp, are hereby notified to make payment Without delay,
and all persons having demands against said estate are
requested to present tlSrru dqlv authenticated for settle
fiVerrf. ,f A.MKA C. BTTffJWAV,
June 27, is.'7. Administrators.^
NOTICE- -X of ice is liere
-J by given that letters testamentary upon the estate
of Irene Whitehead, dee'd., late of i'ifce twp., have been
granted to.tSe suTi.cfil>er. Aff pffsorts Wdebfed to said
estate are hereby requested to make immediate payment,
and those having any claims upon said estate to present
them duly attested for settlement.
(>.• W. NORTH ROD,
July Iff, 1R57. Eitentor.
-CIL is.hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate of ISRAEL BIS/IoP. dee d., late of Wysiv* township,
are requested to qtakc payment without dehiy :' and all
persons having claims against said estate, faust present
them dqly .authenticated, to th.e subscriber.
March 12, OKO. T. tf/SHoP, Administrator.
is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
fate of Eunice ShoMrtaker, deceased, late c,f Windham tp.
are hereby requested to make payment without delay:
and all persons having claims against said estate will
picas? pes?*it them duly authenticated for settlement.
March 31. 1857. Administrators.
IfXECUtOIfS NOTICE Xotkff is herc-
J ly given that all persons indebted to fhe estate of
JOHN' FORD, deceased, late of J'ike township, must
make immediate payment, and all persons having de
mands against said estate, will present them duly authen
ticated for settlement.
HufrbM. 1 so7. STEHHEX BRINK. Executor.
. is hereby given, tiia.t all persons indebted to the es
tate cT ALFRED AI.I.KS, dee'd, late of Warren twp.
are hereby requested to make payment without de
lay; and allffiers-rta having claims against said estate will
please present them duly authenticated (of settlement.
C. 0. ;:RH)J.EY,
Otitcll, Way 5,1857. Administrator.
, is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the rs
b-Tte of WILLIAM MILKER. late of South Creek town
ship, dee'd., are requested to make payment without de
lay ; and all persons having claims against snfd estate will
please present them duly authenticated fur settlement.
June 22,1837: Administrator.
J\. is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate of J A MilS LEE, deceased, bifh of Herrick town
ship, are hereby requested to make payment without de
lay : and till pi'rsnns having claims agJihst said estate will
please present them duly authenticated for settlement.
June 2'2. ISA7. Administrators.
Cg Frost, vs. Caroline Matthews, Emily Matthews,
Cf!(?r{ottf Matthew*, George Jffatlhrirs anil Olire Mat
tlil-irs. In the Common l'ieas of Bradford Co., No. ICI,
Septemlier T. ]s.">7.
The CohTmnnvvtalthof yfr.inia : Bradford Coun
ty, ss.: To the Sheriff'of said County, Greeting : If James
O. Frost make you secure of presenting his claim, then
we command you that you summon, by good and lawful
snmmoners, Caroline Matthews. Emily* Matthews, Char
lotte Matthews, George Matthews, aiid Olive Matthews,
late of your countt, so that they be and appear liefore our
Judges'ut Towanda. at our County Court of Common
l'ieas there to be held the 7th day of September next, to
show wherefore- -Whereas, they, the said James O. Frost,
and the aforesaid Caroline Matthews, Emily Matthews,
Charlotte Matthews, George Matthews and' Olive Mat
thews, together aud , undivided, do hold all that certain
lot of land situate in the township of Orwell, and county
aforesaid, and bnqtid'-ff and described as follows, to wit":
North,.East,.Sqpth ;nd West, bv lards of the estate of
Samuel Matthew;*, deceased ; containing about eight acres
—and of which tit? said defendants deny paitition to bo
made according to the laws and customs of this common
wealth—The same Caroline Matthews, Emily Matthews.
Charlotte Matthews, George Matthews ami Olive Mat
thews partition thereof between them to he made accord
ing {(.the fliers and custoins of this Commonwealth in such
case made iin'l provided, do gainsay, and the same to lie
done do not permit., Very unjustly, and against the srme
laWs and eustorrts,- ns it is said, Ac. And have you then
ami there the flight-* ot those suminoners, ami this writ.
Wltntss DaHfi.Wilhint, President of our said Court, at
ToWandn; the 2'2d day of May. A. D. 15.77.
ALLEN M'KKAN, Protlionotarv.
1 certify tlie above to he a true copy of the original writ.
Sheriff"s Office. Towanda. June "2'2. 15.7.
1 IST OF JURORS drawn for September
1A Term and Sessions, ls.">7.
Athens tp—Hen. C. Page. Smithfield—(l. W. T.mgfnrd.
Burlington W—l Hlackwel! Tuscarwra— Augiistin Lewis.
John Halliard, jr. Alford Ackley.
Burlinut >n — Hmrisnn Podd. Towanda l/ portc,
Columbia -H.S.Taylor. i Towanda twp.—K. Mace.
Canton —Win. Packard. Clt-tor—Pen. la-nt. A Ifol-
Granville— A. J. Robinson. comb, A It. Smith.
Hervick—K. Csrr. Wells—J. H. lie Witt Jesse
Litchfield—Alaiisou Munn. Sh< panl.
<invell—Wm. Morgan. i Warren—J. ('. Newman, E4*
Pike—John Williams. j win Allyn.
Eidgbury—J. Hammond 2d.|
Athens tp.—Hiram Thomas.jOrwell—lT. A. Rusher?, Z.
Horace Sbipman. Cook.
Asylnm--Jobn P. Brown. Pike—l Ford, W.B. Stevens,
Burlington Palmer Allen.] Uidcbery—S, It, Brown, Win.
Jacob Morcly. j Fasten.
Canton--.!. fJogers, F, Tally, -dii shrqufrt—C. 11. Ames.
Columbia —K. Watkins, N.jSpriuglield—B Hubbard.
K. Calkins. X. Wolf. Towatida ooro—W. Prentice,
Granville— E. A. Hnllv. j 11. P.Moore.
I lerriek—J. Crawford. W. A. Tuseamrn—Abfal Kinney.
Wliitmore. iTrov l>oro—Geo. Porter, W.
Litchfield—P. St ruble, J.| Taylor.
Park, 2d. Troy twp—L. Buggies.
Monroe boro"—J. B. 11. IBn I Ister —T. Mather,
man. W indham—W. Sibley.
Monroe tp H. S. SaWmry. Wv<o\—.l. Midilieto'n.
Wm. Lewis. Wells—Spencer Jewell
Athens twp.—P. S. Bmwn,jMonroe tp—Wm Irvine.
C. Mcpuft'ec. Orwell—S. Gotham.
Asytum—John Shorts Jr..! Home—A Taylor,
P.Wilson. Smithfiehl—h. Hnrlhurt, R,
Albany—A. Burdick. K. Miller, A. Riggs ;
Burlington tp—L. Grist. Sonth Creek—K. Punning,
Bu.iiington W—J. McKean.j J. E. Kline.
J. Foulke. .Standing Stone— H. Cordon.
Canton—S. Owen, ]Troy twp- H. Jennings.
Columbia -G. Fur man, Wm.iCl-ter- -J. Vandyke.
H. GcrueL | Wells—C. C. Tpdike.
Pnrell-J. Herri.k, F. X.jWindham—Wm. Jackson.
Hornet, C. Jennings. .B ilmot- J. L. Jones.
Granville H. Boss. Warren—J Wooh utt.
Litchfield ft. I'. Woolrutt. Wysox—A. Lent.
T. 15. Merrill. J. Bamlolpli. Wyalusing- K. 11. Vaughn.
Leroy—John McKec.
is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate ot Hzekief Mead dee d latent" South Creek tp.. are re
quested to make payment without delay ; and all pep-on*
having claims against estate, must present theta duty
authenticated for settlement, to the snhscrllwna,
June 20. ISA". Admit (.s rator with writ annexed.
T7XECUTORS >'oTlCK—is hews
X_J by given, that ai) persons indebted to the estate of
GEO, H. deceased, late of ATHENS town
shin, are requested to make payment without delay ;
those having demands-igainst said estate will present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
July 20,1557- JOHN L. SAWYER. Esecnbor*