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POLITICAL. — The Democratic conferees of
the Sixteenth Congressional district of this
State, after a week's straggle, have adjourned
nntii the 21st inst. They will, in the mean
time, compare notes, and, no doubt, agree to
bring a new candidate into the field. The op
position to Hon. John A. Ahl, the Lecompton
candidate from Cumberland county, and the
present member of Congress from the district,
was of such a character that no compromise
would be listened to by cither York or Perry
counties, and the pet of the Administration,
like a bad boy at school, has been compelled
to take a back seat. The conferees of the
people's party of the Fifteenth Congressional
district of this State met at Willinmsport on
Tuesday evening, and nominated Hon. James
T. Hale, of Centre county, for Congress, in
opposition to Hon. Allison White, the present
Lecompton member. The People's conferees
of the Senatorial district composed of Lycom
ing Centre, Clinton, and Union, also met at
Wiiliarasport and re-nominated Andrew (Jregg
for the State Senate. The Pepublican con
ferees of the Eighteenth Congressional district
met at Johnstown on Wednesday, and after
twenty-nine ballots nominated S. S. IJlair,
Esq., for Congress.
far The United States brig Dolphin has
arrived at Boston, having on board the sup
posed Captain (TOWXSEXD) of the captured
slaver Echo, who was immediately transferred
to the Boston Jail, and on Saturday was ta
ken before United States Commissioner LOR
ISG for examination. Lieutenant M.VFFIT,
Commander of the Dolphin, deposed to the
faets of the eapture, but Captain TOWXSEXD
pave 110 information concerning himself, refus
ing to give even his Christian name. Fifteen
of the crew of the Echo are now on trial at
fcsT On Monday evening, a young worn in
named Margaret Insley, in the employ of Mrs.
Harper, in Pittsburgh, attempted to fill a fluid
lain;) while burning, when the fluid ignited and
a terrific explosion ensued. The poor girl was
immediately cuveloped in flumes, her clothes
were entirely consumed and her body burned
almost to a crisp. She lingered until about 2
o'clock Tuesday, when death terminated her
fear A whale was captured a few days ago
ne.tr North river, in the Chesapeake bay. Its
mouth, when open, measured thirteen feet
from the under to the upper part. The tongue
was as large as a common door, and as soft
to the foot as a feather bed. The animal
measures forty-three feet nine inches in length;
twenty-seven in circniuference; nine feet thro'
and the tail fin ten feet wide.
A letter from BRIG HAM YOUNG, written
to a friend in Canaudaigna, announces the full
restoration of peace to the Territory of Utah.
BWGHAM states that " the war is ended, the
troops are partly withdrawn, and tlie Saints
I have returned to their comfortable homes."
D&- The American Board of Foreign Mis
sions has voted to hold its next annual meet
ing at Philadelphia, and has nominated the
Ili'v. Dr. PATTERSON, of Chicago, as the an-
I nual preacher.
BAN" OR FT TO PROFESSOR MORSE.—A ban-
I quel, in honor of Professor Morse, was lately
given in Paris. The Paris corespondent of
the New \ ork ('omnurcwl writes:
The affair was rapidly organized at the
I hauking lionse of John Monroe A Co, under
the principal direction of Mr. Munroe, and
'as a most magnificent entertainment. Tiie
I Dumber of persons present was eighty-three, all
Americans. The Hon. John S. Preston of
I &)u!h Carolina, presided, and made a brilliant
I speech preparatory to the reading of t lie toasts.
I At the conclusion of his remarks, he intro
uuced Professor Morse to the audience, who
I delivered a speech characterized with great
modesty, in which he detailed at some length,
tie scientific points in the discovery of the
I telegraph. He was followed bv Mr. Mason,
I American Minister at Paris ; Governor Fish,
o' New York ; the Hon. Joseph 11 Chandler,
I I'hiladelpliia, the new Minister to Naples ;
I \V. E Johnston, of Ohio, and others
fey-The first demonstration in the present
' uivass in New York city against the attempt
tiie Administration to force a Lecompton
Constitution upon the people of Kansas, and
lr - favor of the enactmant of legal measures to
preserve the integrity of the ballot-box, took
phce on Monday evening at the hall of the
I 'ooper Institute. The hall, we are informed
I '? the New York papers was filled by lead-
I citizens of ail parties favorable to the sen-
I bnouts of the call. Speeches were made by
' :n M Kvarts, Esq., and the Hon. Jacob
■ of Pennsylvania. The greatest en
,u<iusm prevailed, and everything seems to
I " | cafe a union of the honest men of the
I "nocracy, the Republicans, and the Ameri
■ Ulls iu a common cause.
I i ° XV(;F - N "ATEn BITTERS. —The cures effected
)'his remedy are truly astonishing. The
H .' J "'"'nifd dyspeptic regains his pristine vigor,
I ' Asthmatic " breathes freer," Indigestion
. appears. These Bitters produce these won- j
Let all who suffer try them.
I Dn the Ist inst., during the Atlantic
■ ,- T; ipli jubilee at Galesbnrg, 111., a rocket
• 'barged horizontully through accident,
* an elderly lady, and killed her instant-
I n . e iinUi states that the melancholy
I ~p' L ca used an immediate cessation of the fes-
I w '''ch changed to demonstrations of
•H • ariiing and the day which opened in rejoie
'a closed in gloom.
S We learn from a private source in
I *,f tl rp °° ! t ' ,at t ' ie l,e S ol ' at ' on of the Bonds
I /(? A . llai a '"l Great Western Railways
■ I " l0 ' s completed by the President, General
II T, ARR, U LHRON K H the agency of JAMES MCIIEXRV.
I j ro> - I°bie and Ohio Railroad have also
■ y U ;. l _l. heir negotiations to successful issue.;
■ ' *• Tines',
ACCEPTANCE BY TIIE GOVERNMENT OF THE
COLONIZATION SOCIETY'S OFFER.—A telegram
from Washington stntes that the Government
has accepted the offer made by the American
Colonization Society to take "charge of the
Echo's Africans now at Charleston, when de
livered in Liberia, and support them one year
for the sum of $50,000. The amouut agreed
upon is indeed said to be less, but how much
less is not stated. Doubtless this disposition
of those unfortunate negroes is the best which
could be made.
EXECUTION AT WHEELING.— Our Wheeling
exchanges bring us full details of the execution
of John Burns, in that city, on Friday, for the
murder,iu May last of Mary Ann Monteny. Our
readers will recollect the .circustances under
which the murder was committed. The girl
was an abandoned outcast, and lie beat her
brains out with a stone, and submitted her re
mains to indignities, the very recollection of
which makes us shudder. The execution took
j place on a hill overlooking Wheeling, and in
view of the scene of the murder. It was wit
nessed by fully ten thousand people, of whom,
shame that we should have to write it, fullv
I one-third were women.
A Bisnor SHOT. —Bishop Janes of the
Methodist Episcopal C.lurch, was passing
through a street in Indianapolas, Ind., on the
2d instant when he was struck in the face by
a shot from a gun, carelesly fired by some bov.
j The wound, which was in the left cheek and
nose, although very painful, was fortuuately
| not dangerous.
August 24, 1*.78, a t the residence of tile Bride's father in
Franklin, by S. Smiley, Esq.. J. s. .MIX.VIM), of Wii
liamsport. Lycoming county. Pa., to Miss Miss CHAR
LOT IE CRAXMER, of West Fraukiiu.
In Run Oak, Winnisheik Co., lowa, August !)tii, 18.78 af
ter a short illness, S. MYKTILLA consort of Daniel
W agar and daughter of Benjamin Coolbaugli, (dee d)
late of Honroeton. Pa., aped 142 years and A months.
RJ_ENERAL ELECTION PROCLAMA
VA TlOX.—Whereas, by an act ol assembly of the Com
monwealth. an act relating to the elections of
this commonwealth, it is enjoined upon nie to give pub
lic notice of such election to beheld, andalso.theenume
ration in such notice what officers are to he elected. I
THOMAS M. WOODRUFF. High Sheriff of the County
i of Bradford, do hereby make known and pive notice to
the electors of said county that a general election will be
' held in said county, on TUESDAY, the 12th day of
OCTOBER, in the several districts in said county to
In Albany, at the sub-district school house near Camp
In Asylum, at the house of Jacob Frutchey.
in Athens boro , at the house of E. S. Mathewson.
j Iu Athens twp., at the house of J. 11. Hunt, iu Athens
In Armenia, at the house of John S. Becker.
In Burlington boro". at the hull of Henry Vosburp.
In Burlington twp., at the house of Koswell Luther.
In West Burlington, at the house ol Ezra Goddardr
In < anton. at the h >ae of S. ('. Myers.
In Columbia, at the house of James Morgan.
Iu Dun 11, at the school-house, called the centre school
house, near S. Decker's.
In I- rankliu, at the house of J. )1. Martin,now occupied
by 11. M. Southwell. i
In Granville, at the house of Benjamin F. Taylor.
In Derrick, at the school house near Daniel Durand's. •
In Litchfield, at the house of Gyrus Bloodgood.
In Ia: Roy, at the school house iu I/:Roy.
In Monroe, at the house of It. R. Rockwell.
In Monroe boro' at the house of Ethel Taylor.
In Orwell, at the house of i-'rances Woodruff,
la Overton, at the house of Daviil Wnitman.
In Pik ■ . at the house of Dennis Johnson. •
Iu Rome, at the Academy.
In Ridghury, north district at the house of J. O. Fine :
south district at the house of O. f). French,
iu Sheshequin, at the Valley House.
In Smithfield. at the house of A. J. (leronhl.
In Springfield, at the house of Simon Stevens.
Iu Sylvania boro", at the house of Curtis Mcrritt.
In South Creek, at the school house near A. Gillett's.
In Totninda boro', at the Grand Jury room,in the Court
House, in said boro'.
iu Towanda twp., at the school honsc.ncar H.L.Seotfs.
In Towanda North, at the house of S. A. Mills.
In Troy, at the Eaple Tavern.
In Troy twp., at the house of V. M. Long, in the boro'
; of Troy.
In Tuscarora. at the school house near James Black's.
In l ister, at the house of S. B. Holcomb.
11l Warren, at the house of R. Cooper.
11l Wells, at the house of [„ Seeley.
In Windham, at the house of Benj. Knykendall.
I In Wyalusing, at the house of J. 11. Black.
In Wilmot, at t e house of John Huffman.
In Wysox. at the house of James M. Reed.
At which time and place the electors aforesaid will
elect by ballot
One person for Canal Commissioner of the Common- [
1 wealth of Pennsylvania.
One person for judge of the Supreme Court of the j
j Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
One person to represent the 14tli Congressional district |
in the House of Ucprescutotive of the United States.
One person for President Judge of the 14th Judicial I
One person for Associate Judge of the County of Brad- i
Two persons to represent the County of Bradford in i
the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of j
One person for County Commissioner for the County j
One person for County Auditor of the County of Jirud
i ford :
i And in and by said act, I "am further directed to give
notice •• that o\ ery person excepting justices of the peace |
who shall hold any office of profit and trust under the go- i
vernment of the United states or this State, or of any I
incorporated district, and also that every member of con
gross and of the State Legislature and the select and com- j
mon council of any city, or commissioners of any incnr- j
Iterated district, is by law incapable ol holding or exer
cising at the same time, the office or appointment of i
Jodge, Inspector or Clerk of any flection ot this Common
wealth, and tli it no inspector or other officii of any spcli
| election, shall be then eligble to any office to be "voted ■
By the 4th section of an act passed the If.th day of j
Api d, Ispl. it is provided " that the I !th section of art
act passed July 2d, Ififfn, entitled " An act relating to the
elections of this Commonwealth,'* shall not be construed
as to prevent any military officer for serving as Judge,
Inspector or Clerk, at any general or special election of
In the Gist section of the act first above mentioned, it
is enacted that every general and special election shall
be opened between 8 and 10 in the)forcnoon,and continue
without interruption or adjournment until 7 o'clock iu the
evening, when the polls shall be closed.
By the lsth section of the act passed Feb. .Id, 184G, jt
shall lie lawful for tiie inspectors and judges of any gene
ral election which shall fie hereafter heid in the_Armenia
election district of Bradford County to close the polls of
such election district at five o'clock. I'. M.
By the 11th section of the act of ls.'i.'J, it is provided
that the polls of the election district of Tuscarora .twp.,
be closed at 5 o'clock, I'. M.
It is further directed, that the meeting of the Judges
at the Court House in Towanda, to make out the general
return, shall be on the .Id day after the election, which
will lie on the loth day of October.
It i further directed that the meeting of return Judges
for this Congressional district, shall be held at the Court
House, in the borough of Towanda, on tiie 7th day after
the election, which will lie the Path.
It is further directed that the meeting of return Judges
for this Judicial district shall ie held at the Court House
in Montrose, oil the 7th day after the election, which will
be the I9th.
THOMAS M. WOODRUFF, Sheriff.
TOWANDA, Sept. 13, 18.78.
N OTICE—Is hereby jfiven a Special
Court of Common Fleas will be held at Towandi in
and for the County of Bradford .commencing on MONDAY
the I.7th day of NOVEMBER next, at 10 o'clook in the
forenoon of said day, at which the Hon. ROBERT G.
WHITE, will Preside for the trial of the following causes,
No. 2*7, Sept. Term 18.71, Newton Humphrey vs. Wil
liam Humphrey. Ejectment.
No. I*2, Dec. Term ls7G,('. L. C. De Chasteleaux vs. Ira
and' Richard Jennings, Ejectment.
No. 11.7, Sept. Term 18,70, Israel Smith vs. Samuel Kel
lum, et al Trespass.
No. 04,7, Dec. Term 1876, Edward Hornet vs. George
ALLEN McKEAN, Prot'y.
Prot'ys, Office, Sept. 13, I*7*.
\ DMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
xX is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate of HENRY WHITTAKKR, dee'd., late of Warren,
arc hereby requested to make payment without de
lay; ami all persona having claims against said estate will
please present theiu duly authenticated for settlement.
JAMES G. WIUTTAKEB,
Sept. 15,1558. Adiniffittutor.
X>r. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
WHERE the above preparation is known, it is so well
established as an infallible Remedy for the cure or
Coughs, ( olds, Sore Throat, H'wrscncss, Bronchitis, Spit
ting of Blood, Pain in the Breast, Croup, Whoopin"
Cough, and every forn of IWI.HON AUV COMDI.AIXT. that it
were a work of supererogation to speak of its merits.
Discovered by a well known physician more tiiao twenty
years since, it has by the wonderful cures it has effected
been constantly appreciating in public lavor, until its use
and its reputation are alike universal: and it is now known
and cherished by all (and their " name is Ic-infi'') who
have been restored to health by its use as theuKK.vr RK>I
KDT for the diseases which its professes to cure.
. James Clark, physician to Queen Victoria,has given
it as his opinion that
COXSUMPTI N CAN BE CURED!
The whole history of this Medicine fnllv confirms the
opinion of that eminent man Thousands can tostifv, and
have testified, that when all other remedies had failed,this
| has completely cured : and that the sufferer had well nigh
j despaired, this has afforded immediate relief; that when
I the physician had pronounced the disease incurable, this
lias removed it entirely.
The .virtues of this Balsam are alike applicable to cure
a slight! cold or a Confirmed Consumption, and its power
as a safe, certain, speedy, pleasant and effectual remedy
cannot he equalled.
B(S~ CAUTION ! —Purhase none unless it his the WKIT
TKS signature of" I. BUTTS"' on the wrapper, as well as
the printed name of the proprietors.
The following persons luve cxperieneee, satisfactory
results from the use of Wistar's Balsam— William I. iw
ron e, Post-Master at Bailey Creek; John Fox, Post
master at Mainshurg : B. M. Bailey, the well known 'J'ein
; penuice Lecturer, and Thomas Jewel, a well known citi
zen of Tioga County.
S. W. FOWLE A ('()., Proprietors, Boston. For sale by
their ageuts everywhere,
j AOENTS.—Patton Payne,and 11. C. Porter,Towanda;
i S. W. & 1) F. Pomeroy. Troy ; Dr. E. P. Allen, Fmith
i field : T. Mather ,V Co.. Ulster; G. A. Perkins, Athens;
i J- F. Long ,V Son, Burlington.
*)( ) i H jj \ YARDS 4-4 Sbectingß, by the
"j'J Bale or single piece.
400 pieces PRINTS, fast colors, and in great variety,
j .70 pieces Blue Denims, heavy.
100 pieces Bleached Muslins.
20 pieces Canton Flannels.
, '.''"M '' et b Gray and White Flannels, Sheep's
Gray. Satinetts. Cassimeres, Kentucky Jeans. Cot. Yarn,
i Ticking ann Bolts, Ctindlewick, Mariner's Stripes. Bleach
j Brown and Colored Drills. Colored Muslins, Crash. Huck
aback, Ac., Ac. Country Merchants will find an excellent
; opportunity to sort up at low prices for cash, by calling
| at my store.
I Towanda, Sept. 6, 1ft.78. JOS. KINGSRERY.
SHERIFF'S SALES. —By virtue ofsnndrv
k_J writs ut \ end. Expo., issued out of the court of Com
mon Pleas of Bradford County, to me directed and de
livered, will he exposed to public sale at the Court House,
Towanda Borutgh, on FRIDAY, the Ist day iff
OCTOBER, 18.7 K. at two o'clock. P. M.,the following
lot, piece or parcel of land situite in Sniithfleld twp.,
Bradford county, bounded on the north by land of Win!
Gibson, east by land of Jamc> L. Gorsline, south bv land
j of Elam Kendall, and west by land of Richard M.'Killv
I and il. B. M iliielru. Containing one hundred acres, more
| or less, about 70 acres improved, four plank or framed
i houses, two framed barns, a steam saw mill with the ap
| purtcuunces, an apple orchard and other fruit trees
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of C. F. Wil-
I sou vs. William Peterson.
THOS. M. WOODRUFF,
Towanda,Sept.B, ls",s. sheriff. '
i MAC] I I?\ SI IOJ * !
Again in IVloticn !
Subscribtr tiavino; purchased the above
works, situated at the lower end of town, near the
Canal Basin of the Barclay Rail Road Co., (tiie same e- -
tablislinient formerly carried on by l.amoreiix, Hall fc
Russell.) and having employed a competent set of work
men, is now prepared to execute orders for Ca-tings or
Machinery of almost any kind. He also manufactures
a variety of Cook. Parlor and Office stoves. He respect
fully solicits a share of public patronage.
Towanda, Sept. 8, 18.78. O. p. BARTLETT.
UVMMOXTOX LANDS—NEW ENGLAND <;:T ri |\
MENT- RARE OPPORTUNITY--TO A LI. WANT
-ING FARMS—in a healthy place, tietntf-jwe wlilet from
Philadelphia, on the Camden and Atlantic railroad, New
! Jersey. An old estate his recently been opened for sale,
and the first division of 10,000 acres divided up into farms
of twenty acres and upwards. The soil is jf the best quali
ty for the production of fruits, grains, Ac. The price is
81.7 to S2O per acre, payable in easy quarter yearly instal
ments. within a term of four years, with interest. The
term ■ are made easy, in order to insure the rapid im
provement ol the land, by enabling enfuy iniiuitrioit * itifiu
lo buy a farm. It is now being extensively irapi veil 1 y
good roads, ami some of the la st citizens from New Eng
land and the Middle States are erecting large improve
! meets. It is a scene of the greatest improvement out of
' Philadelphia. Seventy-live houses have been built iu four
months. Practical farmers and business men from the
length and breadth of the I'uion are settling there. It
; is an important business nlace, on account of its being
in the midst of a great market. Every article raised up
. on this land finds an immediate sale. The water is ex
j eellent, am! no such thing is fever is known.
The soil is a sandy or day loam, with a day bottom
, and rttenhce of manures. It is free of stones aiid oasilv
■ worked. It abounds largely in the phosphites, and Mich
I is it* fertility that from the crops produced both upon
tins land ami the large area adjoining under cultivation,
it will be found not to be excelled anywhere in the pro
duction of crops most adapted to its market.
Tiie reader may lie well aware that the earliest end the
iwst fruits and vegetables 'onio from New Jersey, which*
are aim lallv exported to the amount of millions of dol
lar-. The land, be-ides being a • essible in every w:v for
fertilizers, has an abundant supply of the Lest quality of
Lumber and building materials can be had on the spot
at a cheap price, from the mills. Other mills arc now j
being opened, and brickyards beingstarted on the ground.
A person can put up a frame tenement for present con
venience for one hundred doll iru On account of the ex
tensive emigration, this is the best course to in order to
get a place to live in at first. Carpenters and builders
are on hand to put up houses on the best terms.
In settling here the emigrant has many advantages
He is within ;i few hours' ride of the great cities in the
M iddle States and New England : he is near his old friends
and associations ; lie is in a settled country, where every
improvement and comfort of civilization is at hand; he
is in a healthy place, ami is not subject to the certainty
of losing the greater part of his family and his own health
by those malignant fevers which make the graves of so
many millions of the young ami h irdy iu far off regions
away from home ami friends. Besides, lie has a mild
climate and an open winter.
There are three trains daily to Philadelphia, and to all
tlmse who improve the railroad oompanv gives a five
The reader will at once he struck vvitli the advantages
here presented, and ask himself why the property ha* not
been t ikeii up before. The reason is, it was never thrown
in the market; nml'inh -s these statements were corn t
no one would be invited to examine the land before pur .
chasing. This all are expected to do. They will see the I
land under cultivation : they will meet persons, uo doubt '
from their own neighborhood : they will witness the im
provements and can judge of the character of the popu
lation. Persons should come prepared to purchase as
m my are locating, and locations are not held on refusal.
The Hammoiit'ni Farmer, a monthly Literary ami Ag
ricultural sheet, containing full information ol Ibimmou
ton, will be sent to each inquirer, and can be obtained at
2.7 cents per annum.
Title indisputable. Warrantee deeds given, clear of all
incumbrance, when purchase money is paid. Route to
the land :—Leave \ ine street wiiarf, Philadelphia, for
Hammonton by railroad at 7j. A. M., and .>A, I*. M. ;
when there inquire for Mr. Byrnes. Boa riling conven
iences will be found. Letters and applications can be ad
dressed to S. B. COUGHLIX, 202 South FIFTH Street
Mow Walnut. Philadelphia. Maps and information cheer
I7VVRM LANDS FOR SALE 2.7 MILKS FROM I'll IL~
dclphia by Railroad in the State of New Jersey. Soil
among the best for Agricultural purposes, being "a goral
loam soil, with a clay bottom. The land is a large tract,
divided into small farms, and hundreds from all parts of
the country are now -settling and building. The crops
can be seen growing. Terms from sl(s to S2O per acre,
payable within four years by instalments. To visit the
place--Leave Vine St. Wharf at Phi la. at 74 A. M. by
Railroad for Hammonton. or address R.J. Byrnes, by let
ter See fall advertisement iu another column.
TTUIM LANDS FOR SALE 27 MILES FROM I'HILA-
F dclphia by Railroad in the State of New Jersey. Soil
aniodg the best for Agricultural purposes, being a good
loam soil, with a clay bottom. The land is a large tract,
divided into small farms, and hundred* from all parts oi
the country arc now settling and building. The crops
cau be seen growing. Term* from 814 to S2O per acre,
payable within four years by instalments. To visit the
place—Leave Vine St. Wharf at Piiila. at 7.1 A. M. by
Railroad for Hammonton, or address R. J. Byrnes, by let
ter. Sec full advertisement in another column.
IpANCY GLASS BEADS for Erobrptflerr
and Crochet work. Worsteds, Canvas. Crotchet
Hooks and Cotton, and ail materials for Fancy Work may
lie found at ROCKWELL'S. "
lA(WUV\ FT. SEASONED WHITE
Tl JUM n fV PINE SAMP..K LUMBER, of good
quality, suitable for Fencing, Barn Board*, and for Cut
ting up for Building purposes, will be sold CHEAP for
Cash, Farmer's Produce, or in payment for hauling boards
froui the Mill to the Kitnira and Williamsport Railroad.
W. H. PHILLIPS.
Granville Steam Mill, August IG, 18.75.
To all wanting Farms, see advertiSc
me tt ol Ha imotiftn Lands. *
This Way for Bargains !
Tin: SUBSCRIBER has on liaml 11 hug-
Carriages. 1 Demoirat 2 li' r-c wagon.
MBid>f|p-i'n<l 3 two horse Carriages, which he will
•iUi iaJ.—oil low for Cash or Grain orapjiroved cred
it. As we use a good deal of Eastern timber in carria
ges, we will warrant them to stand nil reasonable use,
and made In as good style as can la- got fn Northern
Pennsylvania. All orders and repairing done ou short
Towanda, A eg. It. IRSS. O. 11. DRAKE.
I )MNTiST !
DR. G. S. PECK, Surgeon nnd Mocliani
cnl Dentist, being permanently located in Towanda.
tenders his professional service- to its citizens. E-nccia
attention given to FILLING and GLEANtsIXti DKt AV
KP TEETH, also EXTRACTING and AKR.VNUi.XG
IRREGULAR TEETH IN" CHILDREN'. Teeth ft.-ert
cd on pivot ; also gum and plain incorruptible teeth
mounted on gold, silver, cheoplaslic and .Shu tons base.
From one to an entire set, in the most artistic manner
known to the profession.
All the above operations will he performed with a
THOROUGH I'ItAi'TIGAI, KNOWLEDGE of his loud
ness, and duty to his patient.
Office over E. T. Fox's Store, Xo. 1, Brick Itow. En
trance. lirst door on I'ine street.
N- B- Produce taken in part payment for dental ope
rations at its market price.
July 3<>, I*sß.
DR. J. M At'K i NT< 11. />/.\Y-
77\7'. has returned, and will be at home
"*•*■>■ ITT 1. Jfir two months to come. J. M. would dis
abuse the public mind of the impression that he was hunt
ling up II place to settle in while absent. He is settled
here, and will remain so.
| Towanda. August 1. 1858.
| ZJ W \ Rusliels df MOW WHEAT wanted,
cJ" /" / for which the high. -t market price in cash will
be paid on delivery, at M. E. SOLOMON'S
July 27. Is.'iH. ( ; )thing Store.
j STRAYED.—Came to the enclosure of thesnb
scrihcr in Shesliequin township, oil the sth of
i-- Ajr?r_ Tnlv. a Park Brown ('OW, small crumpled
horns, the shell being olTfrom one horn, no otlwr partic
ular nuirks, about 7 years old. The owner is requested to
prove property, pay < barges, and taker her away.
July 20. Isss. EI.IAS BAH.
I / lAUTlON.—Whereas iny wife JANE has
\J left my bed and board, without any just cause or
provocation, this is hereby to forbid all persons harbor
ing or trusting her on my account, as I shall pay no debts
of her contracting.
Purell. July 14. I*sß. LEVI HATCH.
\7*OU will find the best assoitment of grape vine, half
I grape vine A common (111 \!X CR VDLES. SCYTHE
SNA IMS, MANH and HORSE RAKES. SICKLES, HAY
FORKS, Grind tones. Scythe Stones, Ac., at Xo. 1. Pat
ton's Block, corner of Bridge street.
July 15, I*s*. WM. A. ROCKWELL.
r |" , HE II AMMOXTOX FARMER.— A newspaper dovot
i X to Literature and Agriculture, also setting torth lull
accounts ot 11 nni mon ton, in New Jersey, can be subscrib
ed for at only 25 cts. per annum.
Inclose postage stamps for the amount. Address to
Editor of the Farmer, ihunmonton, Atlantic Co., Xnv
Jersey. Those wishing cheap land, of the liest qualitv,
in one of the healthiest alid most dclightlnl climates In
the I'nion, sec advertisement ot Hammonton lands.
\ CONSTANT ARRIVAL OF THOSE
| J.X. CHEAP I'RIXTS. Gaiter Boot-, Sheetings, and all
I kinds of GOODS, from New York,at Xo. 1. Patton's Block
i comer of Bridge street. WM. A. ROCKWELL.
IpHALLIS, J,AWNS AND SUMMER
!vy SHAWLS, a new assortment just received bv
July 13. lS5s. 11. S. MKIhTR.
I /COLORED, DOUBLE EXTENSION.
| V STKKi. HOOP SKIRTS, a ne.v and beautiful article
ust received at jj|3 UERCUR'3.
| OLA STING POWDER —IOO kejrs snpe
; D rior BLASTING POWDER, just received nnd for
sale by jyl3 " J. POWELL.
VLSO, n trooJ assortment of Farmer's Sa
tin, assorted colors, white, buff, and fancy velvet
! VESTS, and a general variety of SUMMER COATS A
j PANTS, Arc. Only One Price asked or taken,
j June 15. lv",s. J. KINGSBERY.
j rpHE HAMMONTON FARMER.- A newspapcr-devot-
I ed to Literature and Agriculture, ul-o setting forth
full accounts of the new settlement ot llammont m, in
: X'ew Jersey, can Ire suljucribcd for at only 25 cts. per an
Inclose postage stamps for the amount. Address to
i I'ditor of the Farmer, Hanunonton. Atlantic C>>. New
I Jersey. Thosil wi-liing cheap land, of the best qualitv,
I in one of the healthiest and most delightful climates hi
j the I'nion, see advertisement of Hanunonton Land-.
1858] Summer Goods, [1853
rS now receiving a large and beautiful stock of SUMMER
(■OOPS, unequalled in extent and variety by anything
j ever exhibited in Northern Pennsylvania,and is now pre
t pared to offer greater inducements than ever before to
Cash Purchasers. Among this stock of Go ds w ill be found
GREAT BARGAINS IX BLACK A COLORED SILKS !
BARGAIN'S IX SHAWLS !
IIAR( 1A INS [X BER VGES !
I BARGAINS IX ORG AX DIES, Printed Jaconets ,V Lawns!
BARGAINS IX CHARMS
BARGAINS IN BRILLIANTS J
j BARGAIN'S IN FRENCH A ENGLISH CALICOES !
100 PATTERN'S ROBE A (JI'M.LE,
In Jaconetts, Lawns and Challis.
; BARGAIN'S in a variety of other Ladies' DRESS GOODS!
GREAT BARGAINS IN EMBROIDERIES!
BARGAINS IN EMBROIDERED CERTAINS!
BARGAINS IX GINGHAMS!
BARGAINS IN PRINTS—ALL PRICES!
i 32(13 yards REMNANTS PRINTS, worth one shilling.
for (Ij cents.
I BARGAIN'S IN GLOVES AND HOSIERY!
BARGAINS IN WHITE GOODS!
BARGAINS IN LINENS I
| BARGAINS TV CLOTHS AND CASS!.MERES !
BARGAINS IN BLKA. MUSLINS & DOMESTICS !
BARGAINS IN CARPETS VXD MATTINGS!
BARGAINS IX BOOTS AND SHOES !
TRICES GREATLY REDUCED IX GROCERIES!
! In short, bargains will l>e offered in a thousand other ar
j tides, umiecc-sirv to mention, which will he exhibited
| without charge, and to which the attention of the public
j is respectfully invited.
Towanda. May *, 1858.
PEAS, for sale at
jJL March 25, IJVJN. FOX'S.
UATS AND GAPS.—AI Irjffi assortment.
WM. A. ROCKWELL.
VLL wanting to emigrate to a mild climate, good soil,
and tine market, see advertisement of Hammonton
VLL wanting to emigrate to a mild climate, good soil,
and line market, sec advertisement of Hammonton
E. T. FOX
TS NOW KECK IVING a Innro stork of
1 FAMILY GROCERIES, Whith are olfered for sale at
as low prices as the same quality of Goods can be bought
anywhere this side of the City of Xew York.
UOMMOXY, SAMP, Wheat-Grits, OaY
. meal, Tapioca, Rice Flour, Maeearoui, Vennicilla,
Corn Starch and Farina, for sale at
March 25, I*s*. • FOX'S.
IpREXCH, ENGLISH and AMERICAN
JL MUSTARD, ground and whole, at
Match la, 1858. - FOX'S.
TJ[T ORCESTERSHI 11E SAUCE, Pepper
T T Sauce, Tomato Catchup, Pickles, Sardines, Ac.
March 25. i 5.",.--. . FOX'S.
WHITE CRANBERRY BEANS for
T T seed : the lest Field Bean in the country, at
March 25, l>ss. FOX'S.
MAPLE SUGAIt —Any quantity for sale.
. March 25. 1858. " FOX'S. i
DRIED BLACKBERRIES, Raapber I
ries and Apples, at
March 25, lttfh. FOX'S, j
C CARPETING. —Fine lii<rniiii, Yeiiitian,
J Hemp and Rush Carpeting, Mats, Rugs Ac., at No. t
2, Pattons Block,
April 21.103S WM. A. HOCKWEI.L.
PTUIE cheapest and general variety of jioots
JL and Shoes ever offered in Towanda, at Xo. 2 Pat
_ April '-I. I*s*. \yy, A. ROCKWELL.
Second hand School Boohs.
THE BOOKS used ui the MM* HANSON'S School, arc
for sale cheap.
I June 30, 185 S. E. T FOX. I
WEEK LY AIIK IVALS!
he Rubicon Passed—Great Revival of
Business- The Borough Bound to Rise
--Everybo y Dressing lhemselves up
in J. Kingsbery's New and Fashiona
ble Summer Clothing.
BUSINESS not resting Upon a sixpenny
Calico lia-i—n better article, however, sold at tin t
price than can be found el-, where.
The GREAT F(H N'DRY about to be put in motion by
a gcriflemtiJFof tills Borough, with a capital of f :7.('d.
Stelln shrjwls worth $5, sold for $4 : worth f>. lor S'j ;
MantlMas from ?1,50 up ; Press and Staple Goods in same
Thousands of pieces Wall Paper and Borders to match,
from oto 18 cents. _.
• Hundreds of Rakes, Scrtlics, Snathes, Stones, uv
Groceries sold exclusively for CASH.
The princ'-pie of ' Only one price asked or taken,'l ful
ly carried our.
" Sale of Real Estate continued in lots to suit ptirchn-ers.
A large stock of HARDWARE. TIX AND STOVES
expected asrsonn as room cmi he prepared for its recep
tion. of the arrival of which dec notice will he given.
Farming done as usual, and in short, several irons kept
constantly in the fire.
' X. B. A new invoice of those elegant Black Silk Man
tillas will be opened on Saturday morning next.
Spring and Summer Millinery,
BY A. T. MARSH & CO.
Iffo. 5, Union Block,
ELM IRA, N. Y.
| TT AVIXG made extensive arrangements and intprove
| J1 meats in our M ILI.I VERY DEPARTMENT, we now
I cordially invite all to favor us with a call before purchas
i ing SPRING or SUMMER MILLINERY, feeling confi
dent we can in;ike it to the advantage of all.
OUR WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT
Will be full and complete, with everything in the line of
Millinery : such as Straw Bonnets. Bloomers, Flats and
Gypsicttes of all kinds and styles l'or Ladies' or Misses'
wear, by the dozen or ease.
Roches and Flowers by the box. Ribbons by the piece
! or cartoon. Blonds, edging, footings and Straw Braids by
the dozen or piece. Bonnet Frames, Crowns and Blocks
by the dozen. Reeds and covered bones l>v the gross.—
Band boxes l>y the nc-t or gross. Foultons, Crapes.
L'sses, Crown Linings and Cape Notts by the piece, and
in tact everything required ill the Millinery line in the
greatest abundance and at the very lowest CITY WHOLE
SALE Pa ICES .
OUR RETAIL DEPARTMENT
Will embrace a lull and complete assortment of all of
theabove mentioned articles at prices to suit the times.
All bonnets bought at the store will he trimmed free of
charge in the latest style an<i bo-'t manner. Goods bought
by parties from out of town, will i.e packed and deliver
ed to the stages or cars free of expense.
A. T. MARSH & CO.,
No. 5. Union Block. Elmirs. X. Y.
People of Prailfoi'(l County
JX particular, and readers of tlio llrpor/er
. in general.
MARSH .t CO., OF ELM IP. V. X. Y. send greetings
■ to you and yours, and do-in- to inform one and all that
| they can and will make it greatly to your advantage to
purchase every thing von want in the shap" ot DRY
GOODS. FANCY GOODS and MILLINERY, cither
wholesale or retail of tlieni at Xo 5. Union Block, in the
al'orenid village of Elmir.i. N. Y.
Their facilities are c< it.iinly unsurpassed : as one mem
ber of the firm is mi the spot all the while, consulting
the taste- and wants of their numerous customers, whilst
another of the firm is d lil v in the auction ro mis and im
porting houses in Xew York City, securing the newest
| and most desirable go oiks at the very lowest rates, (as
they buy exclusively for cash) and as they seil for cash
, only they have no losses to make up, and consequently
can and d . sell so cheap as 4 • defy competition. Time
ami space preclude the possibility of mentioning half or
quarter vi the many inducements which are offered to all
to trade at their popular establishment, and the Xi:w
AnvKitTisEHEvrs will from week to week gi?b but a limit
ed idea of the many advantages to be derived by calling
ou " A. T. M \IiS.II A CO..
Xo. 5. Union Block, Elniira. X. Y.
P. S. For further particulars, see Xew Adverti-a raents,
] ask those who have called, and go see for yourselves.
ICcw Just Slear what rJp.rsh has been
and gene and done
-1 >T—Went to Xew York on Monday night.
I 2d —Bought iots of Xew Good- ot the very late-t and
most desiraide stylos, a few of which will be mentioned
i in our new advertisements, but mo.-t of which must be
i seen in order to be appreciated.
3d—We intend our stock -bull be more extensive than
; ever, and last, though not len.-t. we shall
SELL FOR CASH ONLY !
i and as cheap a- we can afford to and pay our clerks
enough to keep them honest. We would jnt say that
our tacilities continue to be such that w.> wilt be enabled
to oiler extra inducements to all t huv Prv Goods of
M Utsii A Co..
I Xo. 5. Union Block. F.hnira.
I X ALL CGLOBS, at extra low prices, made by First
. Class Milliners, the proceeds devoted to the poor at
DONSET RIBBONS in splendid variety,
! I-J and entirely new stylea at all prices, from Is to (is
per yard, jn-t opened at, M ARSH A CO'S.
FTiHE PRINCESS ROYAL Looped Kx-
I tension Bridal Skirt, made by Machinery without a
single stitch, with a new style of spring adjusting bustle,
can be taken apart and put together again in one minute,
and adapted to any memVr of the family. It i- a strong
competitor and rival of Douglas & Slu-rwood's patent,
and by many considered even better. Both stylos can
be bought oily at MARSH A CO'S.
ITHE RUSH for Bonnets and Millinery at
I Marsh A tin's is unparalleled. Those in the trade
living within a hundred miles of Elmirn. are availing
themselves ot the superior facilities for replenishing their
stocks, at Xo. 5. and <or own Ladies are supplying them
• l ive; with fir-t class Millinery from I'nion 111oek. Don't
lie backward about " going forward." ladies, for there are
-till Bonnets by the thousand, and Ribbons and Flowers
ill proportion, on hand and eon-tantly arriving.
PRETTIEST nssortmciit of Fancy
A Head Bins, probably, ever exhibited in Elmira, has
just lifen opened by MARSH A CO.
IOTS of Linen Tapes in all widths ; also,
J extra wide twilled Cotton Tapes.
MARSH A CO. j
WAR I) HOUSE,
C\YEAZEY fc HOLMES respectfully in-j
kO form the public, that having leased tin- Ward House
for a term of years, and thoroughly repaired and newly j
furnished the same, they invite the patronage of travel- I
ler.< and others, with every confidence that their taciii- j
ties are such as to enable them t > render satisfaction.— j
They assure the public that no effort shall be spared to '
maintain for the Ward House the high reputation it has j
so long enjoyed ; to effect which the personal want- of ;
their guests will be carefully attended to, while every j
tacilitv the market affords will be appropriated to make •
the Tal.leall that could 1h- desired.
We shall pay particular attention to the nr mninioda- j
tion of Jurors and witnesses attending Court: who will
be boarded at the low price of U24 cents ]ivr day.
C-r The Bar is well stocked with an excellent assort- 1
ment of LIQUORS. We also offer to the publi a large
assortment of Liquors, by the quart, gallon or barrel, of |
a quality not to lie excelled, and at prices as low if not |
lower than can lie obtained in the cities.
Reading, Elmirn and Biiighamtoa Ale, by the quart,
gallon or barrel.
Towanda, April 57,1858.
New Sid ing and Summer j
US. MERGER has just re -e veda g #od assort: lent
• of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods :
Groceries, J Lire! ware, Harness and Carriage
Trim-mings, Crockery and Class 11 'are,
Hoots dj- Shoes, Hats Y Caps, Paints,
Cits, ! i 'node a Jl'are, Sr. , i\-c.
Many of w'lich articles will be sold for cash at lower
prices than wore ever offered in Bradlyrd Uoitnty.
T ov.m.ki, April 2'i. ls",s. j
SGMiS VHB.-ST CKSAP GOOES,
r- A DIES l inen Cambric Handkerchiefs at C j cents
j each. White Cotton Hose at u .j cents per pair.
Handsome Lawns at ("• 4 cents per yard', and the best(i 4
cent Calicpes in the State, will be lound at thu Sti.rc of
Towantla, April 21, M.S. MFRttU 11.
/TARPETINGS? —All prices supoi'fino nml
Y 1 ingrain carpetings, just received he-
Apr,! a. 1557. ' J. ROWELL.
; A DMINISTKATHIX NOTlCE.—Notice
' XJL is hereby given, that all persons indebted to theea
tate ol WM. S'IKEL, late of Asylum twp., deceased, arc
requested to make payment without delay; aid all per
sons having claim- against saidestate, mu-t present tneui
duly authenticated for bettlenicnt to the snbsr riber.
July OrWtW, Admiui-ti-gtrix.
A I>MI N fSTR ATOII'S XOTI CK^Noticc
! -e A is hereby given. that all persons indebted to the cs
j tate ul Daniel Smith. d< c'd. late of Wvalusing to., arc re-
I questi d to make payment without delay ; and nil persoi s
! having c laims ; gaiii-t - lid estate, must pre-cilt thjjwduly
s authenticated for settlement. to the sulisCTibefs.
STKf ICKX -I. SMITH,
August 4. ls.is. . • Adtaluiatiator.
AJCu IN i.S'l'J; ATDR'S N OTJCE Notit e
a~3L is lureT.y given, that all ptraoiis indebted to the es
tate of Michael Croak. doe'd., late of Lh.rcil tnwin-lip.
are requested to make payment without delay : and ail
persons harm* claims against said estate, must present
them duly autkuilicuted, to the subscrilicr.
A. J. N'pßl.K.
May 25, 18' iS. Administrator.
A DMiyiSTRAfOlt'S NOTICE.—Xoti.e
! il is hereby given', that all persons indebted to the es
i tate of Josi pli B. Cliaflec.dcc'd. late of Warren township,
are requested to make payment without delay; mid all
; persons having claims'against said estate will please pre
sent them duly authenticated for settlement.
XANt Y M. CHAP FEE,
HEXBV C. ALLYX,
I June 1.18.78. Adn.ini-tratop.
■ I?XE(TL T TOR'S XOTlCE.—Notice is here
-1 J bv given that all persons indebted t<> tuc estate of
; VVI 1.1.1 \M Blil\K, late of pike twp., deceased. must
j make immediate payment, and all persona having dc
! mands against said estate, will present them duly authei
' ticated for settlement.
LEWIS B. PIUM'E,
April 2f. |ms. Executor.
EC ETC MI'S NOTICE. —Notice is l.r ;. -
A J by given, that all persons indebted to the estate of
XAXOV MILKS, deceased, late of Canton township,
I are requested to make payment without delay: these
haviugijomandsygaiiistsui 1 cstatcwill present them duly
authenticated for settlement.
April 2<i. I*sß. WM- R. JAYXE, Executor.
A DMIMSTEATKIX NOTICE.—X' • •
s'l is hereto* given, that ail persons indebted to the
estate of JOIIX FROST, deceased, late of i tome
twp, are hereby notified to make payment without delay,
and all persons haviflg demands against aaid estate arc
' requested to present them duly authenticated for settle
ment. J AXE 0. FItORT.
Mav 4. 18S8. . Administratrix.
I ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE.
, JTa. is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the i -■
t.itc of WM. it". REIKSN YDEIt, late of Albany township,
j deecascd. are requested to make payment without ih
I lay ; and all persons hiving claims against said estate w ii!
. please present tliem duly authenticated for settlemc;.*..
May lb, Ik.",s. Administratrix.
I OMINISTEATOirS NOTICE.—NoIi..
JL V i- hereby given, that all persons indebted to the e •
late of H'lii. "Wigstein. dee'd.. late of Springfield town
ship, are hereby requested to make payment wirhoi t b -
i lay; and all persons having elaiins against said estate w i.l
' plejse uresetit them duly authenticated for settlement.
WM. J. WIGSTEIX,
July 27. HSB, Administrator.
ORPHAN'S COURT BALE.—Bjr rirtno
of an order of the Orphan's Court of Bradford rot 11-
ty. will be exposed to public sale upon the premises, on
MONDAY. AUGUST Hi, l-:.S,at 1 o'clock, P. M.. tie
following lot. piece or parcel of land situate in Albany
township, late 1 lie estate of Wu. li. Rcitsnyder, deceased,
and bounded and described r.s follows : On tlie east by
] Itobcrt Lewis, on tlie iiortli byJatnes L. Miller, on the
| west 1 y lands of lioset aud litecldng. on tlie south of
Miltord Hakes. Containing about liMiactcs. Terms made
known on tluy of sale.
July IS, IR.>B. Administratrix.
NEW FALL GOODS!
W. A. ROCKWELL
ET O T TO BE SCLIPSED!
\I.TIIOUtIII we may not deal in gas as extensively as
. s .me of our brethren in the trade, yet it is an ack
nowledged fact throughout the county that the place to
I)ii ij Superior (Sods ct Tr ie Pries.
1- at ROCKWELL'S STORE. No. 1, Button's Block, cor
; uer of Bridge and Main streits. *
The libera! trade which lias been lie-towed upon us dur
ing the' past Summer, has encouraged us to enlarge our
business, and we assure oar patrons that we shall not Jm-
I'eit the reputation which we have gained of selling the
; CHEAPEST AND BEST GOODS IX THE TOWN !
S KINO IS nn.IKVINO —CO34K AND SUE.
T iwaud t, September 1, 1
VEIXE Assortment of Dress Trimmiiisrs,
Bonnet Ribbons and " Loves of Bonnets,'" are to
j be found at the store of
Sept l.ik.'i*. WM- A. ROCKWELL.
/ 1 ENTEENiENS' CANES, irielnditur Lo.ul
" I ed Ratbin i, Ilickoiy*. M.tllaea f'ronk and small Caites.
-L.I. I-•'.*■ WM. A. ROCKWELL.
\I A IISEI EEES Bhiri Bopdrat, Dimity
' 1 . Bands, and a nice selection of Laces and Embroi
deies will lie sold cheap by
Sept !.. ISSX. WM. A. ROCKWELL.
T-" A. f. I, T It A1) E ;
TWO DOORS IIH.OW I'l'Bl.lC SQI'ARE,
' j iAKI'S pleasure in informing bis customers and tuo
J. public generally that lie is now prepared to offer tlie
MJST ELEGANT AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF
AUTUiVIEy GOODS !
EVER EXHIBITED IX THIS BOROUGH.
Con.-taut additions r>f desirable articles will be made, and
no pains will lie spared to keep up an assortment of
Goods, which for beauty, variety and cheapness,
CANNOT BE SURPASSED!
Special attention is invited to the department of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
in which may lie found every variety of Goods usually
kept by houses who de\ <itc themselves exclusively to this
branch of trade.
Tow inda. August 20.1 LVb
\LL wanting to emigrate to a mild climate, good soil,
and tine market, see advertisement of Haiiimoiiton
\LL wanting temigrate to a mild climate, good soil.
. and tine market, see advertisement of iiainmouton
Tii till ivrtiitinsf Earn: , see advertise
ment of Tlammnutou I.ands.
SELECT SC" I EOOL
Tc r Ycrng- liadies.
A J"I>S M\RY E. ( IG'BBUCK wonblrespcetfiilly give
. t I. r.oti c that slie . ill open a Select S liool for Young
L'idic- and Misses, in the room formerly occiuiied by the
Mi-- II \nsiins. t i eiiinmeiice on MONDAY, \ugust 2.1.
A limited number only will lie taken.and Miss ('. Hat
ters herself that from long experience ill teaching, slio
will Ik> enabled to dn justice to the scholars contidrd to
tf.kms. run <yr lurr.u of 11 we iks ;
First Cliis-—' To include the elementary English
Branches. $1 00
S.m tit C/m -To include the more advanced En
lisli branches, with M itheiiiatics and Latin. JO 00
Thir l eta-.* To include M itheinntics Moral and
Mont il Philosophy. Rhetoric, Botany, Ar.,witli
Latin, * *7 00
A/in'r in-trurtion on the Piano, with use of Instru
ment per quarter, 510 ; French, per term, 83, and Draw
ing St. extrr.
Instructions in Vocal Music will he given without extra
Each pnp'l will be cxi>octed to provide herself with a
desk and chair.
1t,7~ \ny informatio'.rin rc'crcnce to this School may
lie obtained hv applying to H. S. Mwour or E. T. Fox.
' ffj.V* To all -wanting Farms, see advertise
ment pi Hamuvniion Lands. ,
Ti nil wontinw Farms, sqp advertise
ment of Ilainmoutou Lands. • . i 4 •-*
IWRP CAGES ol'all llenip and
-J Cwiaiy seeds. Brds (Vests. Guttle Bmie" and othrc
P.ird tixen's at No. 2 Pattens fti v.k.
Ai'ii! 21 1-L*. WM. A. ROCKWELL.