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DIED, April 16, 1360, JUSTUS LEWIS, third son of Eldei ... J. LEWIS, ui Wyalusing Church, aged 14 years 2 months jmd 20 days,and though so young was of manly strength and proportions, equal to most of 18 or 20 years. His illness was tedious and painful in the extreme, dur ing nearly ten weeks. He bore it all with a calm, chris tian, cheerful submission, very gratifying and commend able iu one so young. He was a youth of uncommon promise. Consecrated to God by believing parents from his earliest existence and renewed by sovereign grace when only seven years old, lie " witnessed a good confes sion before many witnesses," in the Church. 1-roni that time forward, his heart was set on the ministry and rais ■siouary work. To this end lie most assiduously labored lor his own intellectual and relig-ous development, with a degree of resolute patience and pcrscrcrancc seldom seen, and a degree of success rarely witnessed, under similar disadvantageous circumstances. He had become thoroughly acquainted with the common school branches, Natural Philosophy, and was ready for his academical and collegiate course, when disease arrested his interest ing career. His illness and death were in keeping with his brief and brilliant life, since liis public profession of religion, ('aim and cheerful, with prayerful tlioughtfulness, he en gaged in religious conversation as his pains would per mit, and declared himself willing to live or die, ss God should determine. Thus every day of his illness was a sermon to his youthinl acquaintances. Before he expired he called each of his brothers and sisters to his bed side, and gave them a melting exhortation, and a parting bless- j ing, then prayed for each of them, including his parents. ' Thus the sun of his life went down clear and beautiful in the morning of his days. Thus not only the parents and neighborhood, but the whole Church has been be reaved of one of its most promising sons, and illustrious trophies ol God's renewing grace. About four years ago these same parents buried their second son, who was very similar iu character and prom ise to this one, and about the age. Thus they have two in heaven, and tour on earth. " Part have crossed the flood, and part arc crossing now." 1). COOK, Wyalusing Parsonage, April 1", 1860. Paste. In this place, on the 1 Itli inst., of scarlet fever, ANNIE K., daughter of DeWitt C. and Harriet M. Boyle, ageu a years, 1 month and 7 days. And J;sus said,' - sutfei little children to come unto me, : and forbid them not, for of such is the kingdom of God." Sfttocrttytmrnts. WM. A. ROCKWELL Is just receiving a splendid assortment of AT No. 1, PATTON'S BLOCK, Comer o Main and Bridge sts. 1 For further particulars, see Reporter no I week. \ Towanda, April 16. PutO. j nRIKD BEEF—A quantity, of superior qaallty. at FOX'S. I mi'J SAECXPB 513U33j r pHE undersigned have opened an office in the building L owned bv Burton Kingsbnrv. for the transaction ol •' a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Thev will receive uionry on depo>it, and allow Interest ! on the same, according to the length of time it remains j ill their baud-. They will also receive money on deposit, pavalde on the ! depositor's check, on demand. I'fiec will furnish dr ill.-, on tiie East, in sums to suit | p,u : i-ors. at the current rates of Ex" binge. Tin > will collet t notes and drafts payable at any i in the Union a- • --i".,• to a IJ.mk or P. inker. P, is ins dc.-iring to remit morn y to t'yeir friends in the : ((id .'• entry ca ila fui r.T- bal \\ i'.ii drafts to any amount I'pnn iil staling, upwards. ) l-'r >tu their b-iig oxperienee. and the facilities which t e ] thev hope to receive a share of the business app- rtaining to sin h a:i OBice. They refer by permission to the following : The American Exchange Bank, .Yitr York ; Messrs. K. W. Clark k C 0..) />/ i( 7 a j f/;) / lia . (.. hmory < 0., } 1 Jo. in Arii' t. I'hnira. G M. ll Jlen'.tjck. Esq , I , rMet . B . irrem H •■!. J. N. • •itiyngb.ttn. t M o--rs. J. M'Cormick, ) R. J. Hiss, II ii rixburg. " William Btiehler, ) B. S. HUSSELL k CO. T wand>. \prii 17.1 -o). Jiew Arrival of Boots & Shoes! NELSON'S. I.a lies' celebrated serge Long GAITERS, at NELSON'S. Ladies'serge bottomed G A ITERS, at NELSON S. Ladle*' Pnnch kid heeled SLIPPERS.at NELS ..VS. I Ladies" khl uid morocco BOOTS, (his own make and warranted not to rip) at NELSON'S. Misses' serge Coagress GAITERS, at NELSON'S. Mi—cs" kid Congress GAITERS, at NELSON S. | Misses' French kid heeled SLIPPERS, at KELSON s. Child's < pper-toed SHOES,at NELSON'S. Infant's SHOES,at ' NELSON'S. All kinds of BOOTS and SHOES, at NELSON'S, dent's Oxford TIES, at ?1 66! and i 1 75, at NELSON'S, dent's thick .and kip BOOTS, $2 7.5 A 51, at NELSON'S- Gent's calf jieg'd BOOTS, $3 .">0 to $4 50, at NELSON S dent's calf sewed BOOTS, $5 and $5 50, at NELSON'S. Thev art determined nut to he undersold, at NELSON'S. Tiicv iiave engaged the services of MI.WKBB, ni New York city, a highly finished work in in, to make that class pegged and sewed BOOTS, at NELSON'S. I.adirs' calf SHOES and BOOTS for 8s cts., ;1 00 and $1 25, at NELSON'S. Ladles' Kid BOOTS n'.ade to order, for fl 37) and #1 62), at NELSON'S. Call anil leave your measure, .at NELSON'S. All kinds of Repairing, done at NELSON S. All kinds'of Country Product taken for Hoots n:.,l Shoes, at NELSON'S. Towanda, April 16, 1860. _______ WE STUDY TO PLEASE. rpilK EXCITEMENT which has bccncaus -1 ed by the selling of GOODS BO cheap at the NEW CLOTHING & FURNISHING STORE OF 10. K. BENEDICT, seems to be stij! greater this spring, on the arrival of the I .;rrgest and Cheapest stuck ol M F.N S A BO) S ( 1 .01 H ING.of every style anil grade ever offered in this mar ket : together wi'th a tine stock of HATS. CAPS, UM BRELLAS, CARPET SACKS, GENTLEMEN'S FUR NISHING GOODS, Ac. Feeling under many obligations for your patronage for the last few months, i bog leave to call your attention this .pring to my stock of Goods, and only a>k you to call and examine and judge for yourselves. You will litid a good assortment of MEN'S P.LACK DRESS COATS, MEN'S BLACK FROCK COATS, MEN'S FANCY CASSIMF.UK COATS, MEN'S LATEST STYLE OF RAGLANS, MEN'S LIGHT CLOTHS FOR SUMMER WEAR. MEN'S SILK MINED COATS, VF.stS AND PANTS, CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. TRIMMINGS SOLD AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. BEEBE'S BEST BLACK SI..K HAT. HATS AND CAPS OF THE LATEST STYLE. LINEN SHIRTS. COLLARS. GLOVES, HOSIERY, CRAVATS, STOCKS, Ac. Ac. *#-Those wanting CLOTHING, please give cr, a call, ami we will endeavor to please you. Towanda. April 17. ISGO. \\T ANTED.—Five hundred men as Agents T V to travel in either of the States of New York, Ohio, Michigan. Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, lowa, Con nccticut and Rhode Island. A man of good character and ordinary business talent, with a cash capital of $2OO, can find constant employment, with pleasure and profit, aud the man of energy."perseverance and economy may secure a fortune, as the agency may continue from three months to 25 yean . Agents wishing to travel iu the state of New York can be immediately employed, and in Ohio the tir-st of June next. For lurther particulars enquire of the subscriber, at Towanda, Pa. April 16, iB6O. A. WICKHAM. N OTICE. —The subscribers offer to sell the copy-right to B.GLIDDEX'S FORM DOCKET tor Magistrates. (Ablcrmen and Justices,) for any of the State- of the Vuion, except Penniylvania and Ohio, at pries ranging from $5OO to s4ooo.according to situation, ' i/.e and population. Great inducements arc offered pur . baser*, a- the copy-right does not expire until A.D.1887. B. GI.IDDKX, Friendsville. Apfil 16,1560. A. WICKHAM, Towauda. jicto gttobmfscmcnts. Carriage Manufactory at AIEa. r.JTIZ JK UE YNOI ns, FELLOWS & TyßsdJ'Sy'- CO , rcspectiully inform the people of i t ? • Western Bradford and the public general ly . that their operations have not teen in the least dis turbed by the fire, and they are as usual prosecuting their business in all its branches. They are manufacturing to order, and will keep on hand, Carriages, Sleighs, Buggies, Skeletons, Lum ber and Democrat Wagons, <$Y., made of the very best materials, and in the most substan tial and workmanlike manner. They use nothing but the best of stock, their timber being mostly front the East, and everything being selected with reference to its durability. As an evidence of the value of their work they point to the fact, that they received the first premium at the last Bradford County Fair, and at a previous Fair the first premium for Cutters. BLACKSMITHIXG done in all its branches, and par ticular attention paid to Custom Work. Alba, April 4, iB6O. A MUSICAL CONVENTION, WILL be held at ROME, Eradford Connty, Pa., com mencing TUESDAY, April 24th, IS6O, to coutiuuc four days, and close with a Concert, the whole to be un der the direction of Prof. T. E. PERKINS, of the Normal Academy of Music, Geneseo, N. Y. EXERCISES. — Morning Session From 9 to 1, Singing Church Music, with reference to Reading Music, Appro priate Adaptation, Expression. Ac. From 1 to 11, Ele | mentary Instruction ; including practice iu Major, Minor • and Chromatic Scales, Time-keeping, Intonation, Ac. — i From 11 to 12, Vocal Training, or Cultivation of the Voice, including instruction and exercises in Position, Rreuthing, proper Mu.teular Action in Singing, Vowel and Consonant Elements, Resonance, and diflercnt quali ties of tone. Afternoon Session —From 2.50 to 3.30 Part-Song and Glee Singing, including instruction in Phrasing, and oth er matters relating to Style and Expression. From 3.30 to 4.30 the same, with Miscellaneous Practice, with re marks on various styles of Music, and their performance. Jtrening Session—- From 7 to 8, Church Music, includ ing instruction in Hymnology, Chanting. Anthems Cho ruses, Ac. From Bto 9, the same, with reference to pub lic performance. The "JEBII.EE," and tlie "NEW YORK GI.EE AND CHOKES BOOK," will be used as Text-Books by the Con vention. Selections from other Musical work 9 will lie made for occasional performance. The high reputation and ability of PROF. PERKINS, as a Musical Director and Instructor, warrants the Com mittee in promising a large attendance at this Conven tion.—Every effort will be made to render its sessions pleasant and instructive. Arrangements will be made to provide members from a distance with comfortable ac commodations at reasonable rates. MRS. T. E. PERKINS will be at the Convention and sing at the Concert. | &£~ Admission to the whole Course, including Concert, | ONE DOLLAR for each person. J.G.TOWNER.) Committee O. F. YOUNG, - of J. A. MOODY, ) Arrangements. 0 ALE OP REAL ESTATE.—The valun j file Real Estate Known as the Lukens Lands situate j in Warren Township, Bradford County l'a., are offered for j sale to the highest and best bidder. This body of lands j | consists of four contiguous tracts, containing iilteen linn j died acres of good farming and grazing land, well water | rd. and of easy access to a close market for produce, as ! the lands arc situated only about five mile. r roiu the New j York and Erie Railroad. Offers of purchase will be re ■ reived for the whole body, or for the separate parcels ac ! cording to the subdivisions occupied by the tenants. No | sale will be made of less than one hundred acres, and I pare l.s will not be sold separately unless the whole body j can be sold in"that way. Terms of payment, one third cash, and the balance in | two equal annual instalments, with interest secured by i bond and mortgage on the property. Title unquestiona- I lile and free from all incumbrance. Persons desirous of ! purchasing will send their offers in writing in the nature i of bids per acre, either to mv Agent, WM. EI,WELL, Esq.,Towanda, Pa. • or to myself, SARAH L. KKENE, administratrix, with the will annexed of John Lukens, deceased, loth and ' Chestnut streets, Philadelphia. April 2, 1 s6i). ISKE3S MAKING-! r P II E nmlersifrncd would respectfully inform ! JL the- Ladies of Towanda and vicinity, that they are i now prepared to do nil kinds of DRESS MAKING in the I latest and most fashionable style, and cheaper than at j any other establishment in the County. Ctrßooms one door below Beidlcman's block, at the j residence of A J. Noble. MRS. A. J. NOBLE, April 16, 1860. MISS J. H. HALE. RPO TIIE SCHOOL DIRECTORS OF -L BRADFORD COUNTY.—Gentlemen, in pursuance of the 43d section of the Art of the Bth May, Hs4,yon | are hereby notified to meet in convention, at the Court ! House, in Towanda, on the first Monday in May. A. I>. j 1860, tie ing the seventh day of the month, at 1 o'clock, P. M . and select, rira t-or■. by a majority of the whole ! number ot the Directors present, one person of literary and scientific acquirements, skill ami experience in the art of teaching, a- County Superintendent, tor the three | - -(-ceding years, determine the amount of compensation ' lor the - HUP. and certify the result to the State Stiperin | dent it Harrisburg, a's required by the 3mU and 40tii sections of said a> t. I Towanda, April 12, iB6O. CllA'S R. COBURN. Co. Supd'nt. IWAVERLY INSURANCE AGENCY. ' rXSURAXUE at fair rates can lie obtained of the sub -1 scriber in the following Slock Companies : .ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, Hartford, Connecticut. Cash Capital f1.5im.000 Assets January 1, 1860, 2,194,100 Liabilities, Claims not due, 179,957 HOME INSURANCE COMPANY. AVte I'eis Cily. Cash Capital, $1.0iK),000 Assets. January 1, W0, 1,458.396 Liabilities, Claims not due, 45,580 CH ARTER OAK INSURANCE COMPANY, Hartford, Connecticut. Cash Capital $ 300,000 Assets, January 1, iB6O, 336,071 Liabilities, Claims not due, 21,968 AMERICAN EXCHANGE INSURANCE COMPANY, Arte York City. Cash Capital, I 200,000 Polices issued upon Farm Dwelings, Barns, and their contents, for a term of years without requiring a premium note. Applications fn.ldc to the subscriber at AI.I.EN k BA.XKS Law Office, Waverly, will receive immediate at tention. lt< A. ELMER. Waverly, X. Y. Feb. 22, 1860. Agent^ DISSOLUTION. — Tlie partnership hercto fove existing between the subscribers, in the Mer cantile business, is this day dissolved by mutual concent. The business will be continued, at the old stand, by J. 1). HUMPHREY, who will be happy to receive a share of the public patronage. All persons having unsettled accounts, are earnestly requested to call and make scttlemufit,either by note or payment, and all having notes over due arc desired to make payment without delay. J. D. HUMPHREY, Towanda. March 20.18i;o. A. WICKHAM. a. F. TRACY, XVI. 3>. PHYSICIAN a- SURGEON, and Grad 1_ uate of the Jeffersop Medical College at Philadelphia having returned to the village of Monroeton, where he intends to permanently locate,would respectfully offer his services to the citizens of the place and vicinity. Having receiveda thorough extra course on the diseases of Females and Child en, he is prepared to give special attention to that snb> t. Office at the store of Tracy A E'lsuil. References—Dr. MASON, Towanda, Dr. NEWTON Monroeton. Nov. 14. l*.,f>. N. V. 6c E. XLAZIi ROAD. CIHAXGE of hours, commencing MONDAY, APRIL 9, j 1 -60. Trains will leave Waverly at about the follow ing hours, viz : CO ING WEST. GOING F.A'T. Dunkirk Express. .4-57 P. M.jN'.Y. Express. .11.11 A.M Night Express 3-54 A. M. Night Express. Mail 10.3') P. .M.I Accommodation 7.48 P.M. Way 12.20 P. M.'Stock Express. 5.30 A.M. Express Freight.. 5.35 P. M.l Cincinnati Ex..4.4s A.M. , Way Freight 6.12 A. M l Way Freight. ..5.00 P. M. The Niglit Express, and Express Freight, run every day. The Cincinnati Express runs Sundays but does not run on Mondays. The accommodation train remains over night at Elmira. The Night Express of Sunday A. M., runs only to Eimira. CHARLES MINOT, General Sup. NATHANIEL MARSH, Receiver. BRIDGE LETTING—SeaIed proposals will be received at the house of L. T ROYSE, in Burlington borough, on THURSDAY, MAY 3,1860, until 12 o'clock M., for the building and completing a BRIDGE across Sngar Creek, near that place. Specifications for the same may be seen at the said Iloyse's, and at the Commissioner's Office, for ten days previous to said lett- ; nlr I). DECKER, S P. H. BUCK. W. A. THOMAS, Commissioner's Office, April 16, 1860. Com'rs^ C CAUTION.—Whereas, my wife MARY, ) has left rry bed aud board without any just cause or provocation, this is to forbid any person from trusting or harboring her on my account, as I will pay no debts of her contracting alter this date, unless compelled tay law. Beutley's CreB, •**. 9,1869 THOS.SULWAN. Stem aWitrtlscttunts. B'OE THE BPKINO RCK6O. JUST OPENED AT THE KEYSTONE STORE! A STOCK or Which embraces everything new in the line of SHAWLS! WHI 1E GOODS, CLOTHS & CA3SXMERES, DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, CARPETS, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS d- SHOES, dr., dr.,\ All of which will be sold as usual, j Twenty-five per ct. Less Tliaa at any other Store in the County, j SILKS, SILKS. RICH PLAIN ANP FANCY DRESS SILKS, In a Great Variety^of Colors, AND ELEGANT STYLES, Now offered for sale at lt> than cost of importation, at The Keystone Store, i THE ONI.Y PLACE TO BUY SHAWLS IS AT The Keystone Store. Where now will be found from the CHEAPEST TO THE BEST: DOUBLE AND BTN6I.E L> RoC II E Sir AW L S ! BLACK AND COLORED STEL L A SII A WLSI AL.I. COLORS Tll I DE T SIIA WL S ! TURKERI SHAWLS ! PRINTED CASHMERE SHAWLS ! BLACK SILK SHAWLS ! DOUBLE AND SINGLE BLACK T U I II E T S II A W L S ! HOOP SKIRTS! 250 STEEL SPRING HOOP SKIRTS At a Great Jleeluction in Price. u A m lf> 1H "K UI A FRESH SUPPLY OK Three-Ply and Inrjraui Carpets, JUST RECEIVED AT The Keystone Store. CTails! Wails!! ~( \ KEGS NAILS of a Superior Quality, H /V/ For Sale, Wholesale and Retail, at the KKYSTOXE STORE. Sajous Kid CHoVes 1 \ LL sizes, in colors, Black and White, of jt\. these celebrated gloves will always Is? found at the KEYSTONE STORE. OUR MUSICAL FRXXjWD. 11/"\UR MUSICAL FRIEND," a rare companion for V-/ the Winter mouths. Every Pianist, every Singer, every Teacher, every Pupil, every Amateur, should pro cure this weekly publication of Vocal nnd l'iano Forte Music, coating but 10 cents a number, and pronounced by the entire Press of tlie country, 'to be the " best and , cheapest work of the kind in the world." Twelve lull-sized pages of Vocal and Piano-Forte Music for 10 cents— Yearly, $5 ; Half yearly, $2,50 ; Quarterly, $1,25. Subscribe to " Our Musical Friend." or order it from the nearest News-dealer, and yon will have music enough I for yonr entire family, and at an insignificant cost; and if yon want Mnsic for the Flute, Violin, Cornet, Clarionet, Accordion, etc., subscribe to the " SOLO KEZU.ODIST," Containing twelve pages, costing only 10 cents a nnm ber; Yearly, $2,50; Half-yearly, 1,25. All the baek Numbers at 10 cents, and boond Volumes f " Onr Musical Friend," containing 17 Numbers, at 2,50 each, constantly on hand. C. B. SEYMOUR A Co., 107 Nassau Street, New-York. A FINE ASSORTMENT of Sujrars, Teas, Coffee, Molasses, Syrup, and most family Groceries at reduced prices by J. D. HUMPHREY. SHOES a BOOTS, cheaper than tier at April 5, 1860. HMMRHREYS. m* Cowlcs' Bakery & News Boom Best Quality of Crackers Best Quality of Crackers Best Quality of Crackers AT THE BAKERY. AT THE BAKERY. AT THE BAKERY. Burbank's Old Stand. Burbank's Old Statld. Burbauk's Old Stand. Fresh Oysters constantly on hand. Fresh Oysters constantly on hand. Fresh Oysters constantly on hand. Toys and Fancy Goodd, Toys and Fancy Goods, Toys and Fancy Goods, A Large assortment of Candies A Large assortment of Candies. A Large assortment of Caudics. Tobacco and Cigars of the very best quality. Tobacco and Cigars of the very best quality. Tobacco and Cigars of the very best quality. Oysters and Hot Coffee at all hours. Oysters and Hot Coffee at all hours, Oysters and Hot Coffee at all hours. Henry Ward Beeeher's Sermons. Heury Ward Beeeher's Sermons. Henry Ward Beeeher's Sermons. In the New York Independent. In the New York Independent. In the New York Independent. . Papers and Magazines of all kinds. I Papers and Magazines of all kinds. Papers and Magazines of all kiuds. Ledger, Mercury A Weekly, orilv 4 cents, j Ledger, Mercury A Weekly, only 4 cents. ! Ledger, Mercury A Weekly, only 4 cents, j REVOLUTIONARY CLAIMS. IT has been ascertained, beyond a doubt, that 1 - 'ii many cases the children or grand children of Rev olutionary Soldiers are entitled to land and back pay, un- j der existing laws, and that exertions are being made for j the present Congress to pass an act for the farther bene- i fit ot said heirs. 1 have a list of all the names of Revo- i iutionary Soldiers who have resided in Bradford County, I with Blank Forms, sent me from Wyshington. The sp- 1 plication ot one or childn n or grand children, with Row er of Attorney, wi'' enable me to have a search made of ' the Records at Washington. No costs to applicants, ex- j cent 50 cents to pay for executing bonds, P stage, Ac. Inquire lor me at the office of N. X. BKTTH, Esq., To wanda Borough. J. D GO ODEXOCOH. February 2, 1860. Agent for Bradford County. TAT"ANTED. —Hides and Skins, for wind It the highest market price will be paid, either ir. j goeds or cash. Octobor 1, 1359. HUMPHREY A WICK HAM. j DR, JOHN M'INTOSH, will be found at his old office, Patton's Block, during Spring and ' Summer. Teeth inserted on Vulcanised Rubber— the latest improvement in dentistry. Specimen piece to he , seen at the office. Persona indebted to me will please j pay up. JOHX MTXTOSH. Towanda, March 20, ISM. Tho Campaign of 1860 tsiriy Opened AT MONTANYES STORE! In the shape of a FRESH AND LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ©SI <a®<DlDf3B: GROCERIES, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, XZATS AND CAP?, Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac., And all the elegances and etceteras necessary to gratify the tastes and wants of this fast age. March 21. FRESH ORANGES AND LEMONS, AT FOX'S. FRESH FIGS AND PRUNES, at FOX'S. SMOKED HAMS AND BHOUIIBERS, at FOX'S. DRIED PEACHES, at FOX'S. DRIED BERRIES, AT FOX'S. DRIED APPLES, at ____ _ DRIED SWEET CORN, at FOX'S. TTUXTRA GROUND JAVA COFFEE, at El FOX'S. A CHEAP FARM 4SfS& IN FARMINGTON,TIOGA Co, vjSHggk Pa., 14 acres, 50 improved. Raised list year 150 bushels wheat. 200 do oats, besides peas, buckwheat, potatoes, Ac. Soil well adaptecMo grazing. Will be sold for $lOOO. A Iso good unimproved Farming Rands within 3 tot miles oi a Rail road. for from $5 to $8 per acre. J. W. TUBBS. I.awrenceville, Tioga County. Pa . Feb. 2. 1860. 515 REWARD. S~ TO LEX from the subscriber on the 27th of August last, a Sole Leather Belt. 42 feet long, 10 inches wide one new Axe, one pairllead-Stalls, and one Garden ltukc Whoever will give such information as will lead to the recovery of the property, or the detection of the thief will receive the above reward. Ulster, March 6, IBM. A. B. SMITH. The Old Cash Drug House REMOVED! COENKK Main and Pine street, FIND |DR. PORTER'S N E W I MEDICINE STORE. 3.W. w.e\;f,:r„ WITH , BALDWIN, HILL <£• CO., 1 MANUFACTURER'S AGENTS And Wholesale Dealers in HARDWARE, ' No. 220, Pearl street, between Maiden Lane and John et. NEW YORK. COD FISH and Mackerel at UVMPHRtTB. HfflHl. ■ QHERIFF'S SALE.—By virtue of a writ of V end. Expo, issued out of the Court ot Common i Pleas of Bradford County, to tat directed and delivered, j will lie exposed to public sale at the Court House In the Borough of Towanda, on THURSDAY,MAY 3,1860, at 1 o'clock P. M., all the defendants interest in the following lot of land situate in Durell,' bounded north by land or John Johnson, east by land of Samuel Van Dcrpool and the Benjamin Ackla farm originally, now occupied by S. S. Bradley, south by land of William R. Storrn. west bv the William Morrison tract, now oWned by Duvld Cash. Containing about four hundred and thirty acres, more or less, about fifty acres improved, four plank and framed houses and a framed barn thereon. ALSO—AII the interest of A. B. Smith in all that cer tain lot, piece or parcel of land situate in Durell tp., bounded north by land of Emma Jane Hewitt, east by the Susuiiehanna river, south by land Of 0. A. Holdeh and on the west by the Sarah Morrison tract. Contain ing about ICO acres, more or less, about 70 acres improved seven dwelling houses, one doubla sa v mill, one grist mill, three framed barns, two blacksmith shops and two orchards of fruit trees thereon. ALSO—AII the interestof Alanson B. Smith in a clus ter of Islands lying in the Susquehanna River, Bradf rd comity, known as the Got don and Ackla islands, being opposite the mills formerly occupied by Israel Smith in Durell township. Containing about fofty acres, more or less, partly improved. Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Silas Pierce vs. Alanson B. Smith impleaded with Israel Smith. ALSO—The following lot piece, or parcel of land situ ate in Ulster tp., bounded north and cast by laud of James McCarty, south by Jason Smith, and west by the public 1 ghwny. Containing one half acre, more or less, all im proved,"one framed tavern house, framed barn and fruit trees thereon. Seized and taken in execution at the suit of James Van Dyke to the use of Chauncejr Rockwell vs. P. P. Sweet. Also, at the suit of Alexander Elsbrcc to the use of James McCarty vs. P. P. Sweet. AI.SO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land s'tu ate in Asylum tp., bounded north by land belonging to the estate of William Braund, deceased, east by the pub lic highway, south by land of William Braund, west by land Itclonging to the estate of William Braund, deceased. (,'ontsining ten acres, be the same more or leas. Seized aud i taken in execution at the suit of Charles Hornet vs. Luther Butt. ALSO—The following lot. piece or parcel of land situ ate in Hidgbury tp., Iwundea north by land of Peter J. Dean and James Hunter, east by land of Giles M. Man derville and the highway, south by land of Bartlev Clark I and Hiram Mason, west by land of Bartley Clark, John i j Dean A Peter J. Dean. Containing one hundred A fifty I J acres, about eighty acres improved two framed houses. I one log house, a iramed barn, a work shop and two orch- I ards thereon. j Seized and taken in execution at the suit of William | Sample to the use of Samuel D. Sample vs. Peler Miller. | Joel Clinton, Ward Manderville alio Peter Dean, teire | tenants. ALSO—The following lot. piece or parcel of land situ j ate in Springfield tp., bounded north, cast anJ south by ! laud of William T. Williams, west bi T the public highway, j Containing one acre, more or less, all improved, with a j framed taveru house, a framed barn, a work shop and a j few fruit trees thereon. j Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Frederick | Orwan and Adolphus D. Spalding vs. Alexander Bowe. ALSO- The following lot. piece or parcel of land situ ate in Ulster tp., bounded north by land of Ceo. West and ! Isaac Huff, east by land of John V. Huff and Samuel | Hunt, south by land of Henry Kitchen, w*st by land ot ; F.A.Williams. Containing 87 and a half acres, more j ; qr less, about fifty acres improved with u log house a | I framed barn, a shoe-shop and a few fruit trees thereon, i I Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Charles J. ; I Munu to the use of E. P. Shaw vs, Samuel Gulusha. ALSO—The following lot. piece or parcel of land situ- ! ate in Granville tp., bounded north and east by land of I ' S. I*. Cheslev, west by land of Levi Gardner, south by ! | land ot tke Williamsport and Elinir.i Bail Road Company. : ! Containing one half an acre, more or leas, all improved , with a framed dwelling house thereon. Seized and taken in execution at the suit of R. Watrus ] Co., vs. H. Malry. A ISO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ- ; \ ate in Columbia tp., north by land of Jesse Kdsall, Austin j Edsall. David Fries and George Shives. east by John R. 1 ! Cole, George Fairbanks ar.d Thomas Gustin, south Vy ; land of Joseph Beeraan and David Cory, west by lands of ' Ira Webber and John Derby. Containing four hundred and twenty acres more or less about two hundred and i fifty acrcsirnproved, two framed houses, one framed barn I •ma -bed and wagon house and an orchard of lruit trees ' thereon. ! Seized and taken in execution at the suit of George X. ! Goewey vs. W. It. DeWitt. I ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ- j i ate in Smithficld tp., bounded north by land of Allen Ca- ' ! liff, east by land of Shclton Baker, south by land of Wa j terman Brown, and west by land of James 11. Webb.— . j Containing 53 acres, more or less, about 45 acres improved ' a framed house, a framed barn,an appleorchard and oth j er fruit trees thereon. ALSO—AII that certain lot. piece or parcel of land sit | uatc in Smithficld tp., bounded north by land of Allen ] Califf, east by land of Amos Killev, south by land which j lately belonged to the estate of William Gibson de.cased west by land of Riley Hemmcnway and William Courtney. Containing 50 acres, more or less, about ten acres im proved, with a steam saw-mill, a plank house, two board shanties and a log barn thereon. Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Abiram \ Pierce vs. Richard M. Killey. Also John Ward vs. 8. lb Killey and R. M. Killey. AI.S 'The following lot. piece or parcel of land situ j ate in Armenia tp.. bounded north by laud of A. K. Ax. : tel. east by land- 1 of E: Rockwell, south by land of A. K | Axtell, west by the public highway. Containing sixty teres, more or less, about four acres improved one board shanty thereon. Seized and taken in execution at (he suit of J. B. Rit per to the use of J. E. Goodrich vs. William Maum. ALSO—The following let, piece or parcel of land situ ate in Sheshe quin tp., bounded north by land of Chatuicey Ransom, east by land of George Horton, south'by the highway, west by land of Joseph Van Sice and X. A J. Baxter. Containing about one hundred acres, more or less, about forty improved,one framed house, one framed barn, and a small orchard thereon. Seized and taken in execution at the suit of D. D. Tom kins to th? use of O. D. Bartlett vs. Ira Murphy and Geo. Murphy, terre tenants. A I,Bo—The following lot, piece of parcel of land Situ ate in South Creek tp.. hounded north by hind of Samuel Smith and Martin Liddy, east by the Williamsport and Elmira Rail Road, south by land of John Smith and David Tuttle, west by land "of Samuel Smith. Contain ing one hundred and thirty acres, more or less, about 65 acres improved, with a framed house,a log house .a framed barn, and the frame of a horse baru,auda young orchard thereon. Seized and taken in execution at the suit of D. X. Al len to the use of S. W. A D. F. Pomcroy & Co., Vs Cor nelius Ilaight. ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ ate in Athens tp., hounded north by land of Michael Ren shaw. east by land of fames Olmetead. south by Gcorgh Ayres and Dildino A Caleb, west by the highway. Con taining one and a half;ft-res, more or less, ali improved. Seized and taken in execution at the suit of William Kitf vs. Isaac Tuff and Lucy Tuff. ALSO—The following piece or parcel of land situate in Terry twp., and bounded north by land of C. F. Welles, Jr.. ea.-l by Samuel Hagerty and Patrick McGnire, south by land ot defendant, J. W. Dennison, and west by land of Nelson Vatidcrpool. Containing 100 acres, more or less, alwut 30 acres improved, 1 board house, 1 log house, framed barn and fruit trees thereon.. ALSO The following lot of land situate in Terry twp. and bounded north and east by the public highway, south by land of William Terry and west by land ot John M. Horton. Containing one half acre, more or loss, all im prover!, 1 framed store house and 1 framed dwelling house thereon. A I,Bo—The following lot of land situate in Terry twp. and bounded on the north by land of S. liillhouse and Hiram Stone and John Warring, east by J. L. Jones, south and west by land of Hir.im Stone Containing 50 acres, be the same more or less, about 25 acres improved. 1 framed house, 1 framed barn, 2 shops and an orchard of fruit trees thereon ALS '—De'endants interest in the following lot of land situate in Terry twp., and hounded north by land ot Sam uel liillhouse, "cast by Hiram and J. P. Horton, south by J. L. Jouesand west by Hiram Stone and l ands in pos session of David Dibble. Containing 100 acres, more or less, about 2 acres improved, 1 small framed hmse and a few fruit trees thereon. ALSO—One other lot of land situate in Terry twp.and hounded north by land of defendant. J. W. Dennison, east by land of Albert Strong and Daniel Welles south by lands of Samuel Hillhonse. and west by other lands of J. W. Dennison. Containing 100 acres, more or less, about 30acres improved, 1 log house, 1 framed ham and orchard of fruit trees thereon. ALSO A piece of land situate in Terry twp., and bounded north by the public highway, east, by land of J. P. Horton, south by land of Chester Butlers heirs, and west by land of Samuel Hillhonse. Containing 85 acres, more or less, about 35 acres improved, 2 framed houses. 1 tranied barn, 1 saw mill, a new shop, and fruit trees thereon. ALSO—A lot of land situate in Tetry twp. ar.d bound ed north by land of Nelson Yanderpool and Lewis John son and Samuel Yanderpool. east by lands of J. W. Den i nison, south by John Warring and Seth Phillips, and | west by land of John Warring. Containing 100 acres more or less. ALSO—A certain lot of land situate in Terry township and bounded north by land of C. L. Ward, cast bv place, south by Morgan Morgans, and west by Henry Smith. Containing 100 acres more or less. Seized end taken in execution at the suit of Alexander and Knowles vs. John W. Dennison. ALSO—The following lot, piece ar parcel of land Situ ate in Wyalusing tp., beginning at a post and atones on the old Springfield tp.. line (certified) adjoining land of Johnson Palmer, running thoncc north 86 degrees west to a corner of land certified to Humphrey and Daniel Browns heirs Ac., thence by and with said certified land sonth twenty-four degrees cast two hundred and fifty perches to a corner on the southerly line of a lot in the warrantee name of Thomas Shoeman. Patented to Henry Toland, deceased, thcncc with raid line south 88 degrees east on the line of eertitied SpriDgfield. A thence wtth the same north 13 degrees wtst tap hundred and acgai. thirty-two perches to tb6 place of beginning. Contain ing one hundred and forty-One acres and ninety-four per. more of leas, with shout live acres improved, with a ahan ty thereon. Seized arid in execution at the suit of Marv To- Jand, Murgafctta Toland, Elizabeth Tolaud and Juliana Toland v. J.hnJOartlantk ALSO-—The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ ate in Wilmot tp., beginning at the north-east corner of the John Allen tract at the beech cofner between the John Alien and Samuel Marsh tracts, thence on the line between the two tracts south one degree, west 150 per., theuce north 89 degrees, west 160 perches, thence north oue degree, east 150 perches, thence south $9 degrees, east 160 perches to the place of beginning. Containing 150 acres, more or less, being part of the tract surveyed in the name of John Allen, about 39 acres improved, Iwo log houses, a log barn and fruit trees thereon. Seized and taken in execution at the suit of M. H. W elles to the use of Charles F. Welles TS. Charles Hinder. THOMAS M. WOODRUFF, Sheriff. SherifTs Office, April 12, 1860. NOTICE TO Pi'KCtusKiu—To prevent misunderstand ing, notice is hereby given that purchasers at SherifTs sales will be required to pay the amount bid at the time the land is sold. It has become imperatively necessary to adopt this rule, and it will be strictly adhered to, ex' cept in cases, where the purchaser is a lien creditor and la entitled to the fund as provided in the Ist section of the act ol Assembly, approved April 20, 184G, which is as follows : " Whenever the purchasers of real estate at Orphans' Court or Sheriff's sale, shall appear from the proper record to be entitled, as a lien creditor, to receive the whole or any portion of the proceeds of said sale, it shall be the duty of the sheriff', administrator, executor or other iK-rson making such sale, to receive the receipt of such purchaser or purchasers for the amount which he or thev would appear, from the record as aforesaid, to be entitled to receive : Provided that this section shall not be so conatrued as to prevent the right of said Sheriff , administrator, executor or other person aforesaid to de mand and receive at the time of sale a sum sufficient to cover all legal costs entitled to be paid out of the proceeds of said sale ; and provided farther, that before any pur chaser or purchasers shall receive the benefit of this sec tion, he oi they shall produce to the Sheriff, or other per son HO making said sale, a duly certified statement trom the proper records, under the hand and official seal of the proper officer, show ing that he is a lien creditor, entitled to receive any part of the proceeds of the sale aforesa- Raitl." At* DI TOR *S NOTICE.— In the matter of t!,e estate of Allen Brcncn, decerned. In the Or -1 pilaris' Court of Bradford County. j The undersigned, au Auditor appointed upon Execp | tions filed to tiie account of M. M. rairchild, administru- I tor of s-iid estate, will attend to the duties of his appoint ment, at his office in the Borough of Towanda, oh MON DAY, APRIL 16. l-tO,tt 9o'clock, A.M., of which all f persons interested, are requested to take notice. E. OVERTON Jr.. i March 1". HOO. Auditor. NSROTICER T IIE Stockholders of the Townnda Bridge Company are hereby notified that an election will be held at the office of taid Company, in Towanda, on i the first Monday of May, next, at 10 o'clock. A M., for > the election of one President, six Managers, and a Treas urer, to serve for the ensuing >ear, in accordance with 1 the act ol incorporation. B. S. RUSSELL, f Towanda, March 27. I R CO. Secretary. LICENSES. —Notice is hereby given that A the foil wing named perßuas have filed in the office ! of the Clerk ol the Court of Quarter Sessions, their peti ' tions for License under the existing laws of this (Jom -1 won wealth, and their several applications will be heard 1 before the Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions, on ; MONDAY, the 2d day of May next, at 2 o'clock, in the 1 afternoon of said day ; FOR A TAVERN i ' Moses T. Carrier, Towanda boro. j William Leahy " j John I-aughlin, " i John Kendall, ... " I Ezra Holcomb Canton. | M. M. Coolbaugh Monroe boro ! Archibald Forbes Ulster. I <J. M. Eisbrpc • 1 Philip P. Sweet " ] John Scouton, Smithfield. J. M. Hortnn ..Terry. 1 John Wendell Wilmot. j C. Augustus Williams A Co Troy boro. f John 0. Ward, Troy twp. I J. S. Sloan Athens boro- John S. Thompson Wyalusing. i 1.. S. Case.. Rome. Joel P.. Dickson, Warren. Daniel Knapp... Canton. C. 11. Ames SbesbequiD. Darius Myers .Ulster. j Daniel Knapp, Canton. ' R. M. Ross Sylvanla Borough. j N. F. Tattle Smithfield. I S. C. Mycr Canton. 1 James P.Strong Columbia. ! Charles O. French, Itidgbury, Benjamin Herman, Itidgbury. ' Jesse Hammond Springfield. I Jason Chaffee RoinCi i Isaac Howell Standing Stone. I S. E. Wilcox Troy boioughj MERCHANT DEALERS. j Guernsey A Mitchell Trov boro. I Clerk's Office. I ALLEN M'KEAX, ! Mr.rrh L'/LsGO. ( Clerk. I 1 jrXECUTOR'S NOTICE —Notice is here byl gi ven. that all persons indebted to tlic f* j tate of HANNAH EVITTS, lateofflhke twp. deceased, ' are hereby requested to make payment without delay, and all persons having claims against said estate, will present them duly authenticated for settlement. ABEL MORE. March 22, 1860. Executor. A DMINISTRAT<>ICS NOTICE —Notice -l\. is hereby given, thai all persons indebted to thn estate of SALLY KILBOKN, deceased, late of Leßov twp.. are requested to make payment without delay ; and those having claims against the said estate will please present tliCui duly authenticated for settlement. NATHAN KM.BORN, February 26. 1860. Adm faint natal. A t)M INI STR ATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice XJL is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the estate of GARDNER Ill'l 1,1 Nil AM E, late of Smithfield twp., deceased, arc hereby requested to make payment without delay,and all persons haviiigdemands against sa'd estate, will "present them duly authenticated for settle ment. J. M. BURLING AME, Feb. 16, iB6O. Administrator, with will annexed. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.- -Notice IX. is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es state ot JOHN THALL. late of Towanda boro', deceased, must make immediate payment, and all persons having demands against said estate will present them duly au thenticated for settlement. . STEPHEN COUWIX. February 16, 18.10. Administrator, A DM INISTR AT 111 XS N OTI CE.-Notico iX is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es tate of JOBSIIKPARD, latent Athens Borough,deceased are hereby requested to nuke immediate payment.and all persons having claims against said estate" will present them duly authenticated for settlement. CORNELIA SHEPARD. Administratrix dc bonis non. witli will annexed. February 19, 1.86 Q. AI) MINI STRATOfTS NOTICE —Notice is hereby given that, all persons indebted to the es tate of GEORGE AVERY, late of Rome township, dee'd.- J are hereby requested make immediate payment, and ail persons having claims against said estate will present [ them duly authenticated for settlement -to John Pass more, at Rome. JOHN PASS.MORE. HAMPTON CHAMPLINA March 1, isr.n. Administrators. ffXECUTOWS NOTlCE.—Notice is here- J bv given that nil persons indebted to the estate of THOM AS Met VIENNA, dee'd.,late of Asylum tp, must make immediate payment.and all persons having demands against said estate, will present tiieni dtiiv authenticated for settlement. * PATRICK McEVIENNA, March 6. 1860. Executors. A DM INISTRATO R'S NOTlCE.—Notice J\. is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the estate of ROBERT P.SHORTEI.L, latent Pike,deceased are hereby requested to make payment Without delay j and all persons having claims against the Said estate will please present thera duly authenticated for settlement. L. B. PIERCE. March 6,15C0. Administrated 1 . | TjTXECUTRIX'S NOTICE Noticed bent JLj by given, that all persons indebted (o the estate of TRUMAN M. BEACH, late of Smithfield twp., dee d must make immediate payment, and all persons having demands against said estate will present them duly au thenticated for settlement. RUTH BEACH, i January 4,1869. Executrix. EXECUTOR S NOTlCE.—Notice is here by given, that all persons indebted to the estate of ' GEORGE- SPALDING, late of Tusrarora towuship,dee'd. are hereby requested to make payment without delay ; and all persons having claims against said estate will preseht them duly authenticated for settlement. 1 . C. J. LACEV. i November 8,1959. Executor. [ tpXECUTOII S NOTICE —Notice is here l AU by given, that all persons indebted to the estate of [ NATHANIEL RUSSELL, late of Orwell township, dc ■ ceased, are hereby requested to made payment without de i lav, aod all per;-o"ua having demands against said estate, - will present them duly authenticated for settlement, to, i btenhoi Russell, at the late residence of the deceased, i AARON CETTBBITK. I April 18, ISbO. " Jjxccutor.