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September 18, 1860.
The Largest and Cheapest stock
Hats, Caps and Gents
Ever offered in this country,
;s NOW BEING OPENED
11 BENEDICT'S WARDROBE,
p, S Particular atttention is c tlied to my stock of
WOOLLEN WRAPPERS aud DRAWERS.
E. S. BENEDICT.
10th ANNUAL EXHIBITION
"WYOMING BATTLE GROUND."
and in the viciuity of
Wilkes-Barre.Pittston & Scranton
IN LUZERNE CO JNTY.
'PHK EXHIBITION WILL OPEN ON
1 TUESDAY, and w ill continue four days, viz :
September 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th,
Tiie Grounds, which i re most beautifully situated, are
!,,.t only large, but remarkably well adapted to the pur
j iscs oY the Exhibition.
THEY CONTAIN SEVENTY TWO ACRES,
A FINE TRACE FOR HORSES, as well as every other con
venn.li i- necessary to the comfort and -iVcty of exhibitors
and the animals and articles they wish to exhibit, are
Arrangements have been made with the different Raib
;iJ Companies for tiie transportation of articles iutend-
U ;>jr exhibition.
FREE OF CHARGE BOTH WAYS.
I v ,-turs to the Exhibition will find most ample accom
[ .iati-iiis. at moderate prices.
.v i.Ji reut Railroad Companies will issue
I . .1- Premiums. Judges, and Regulations. Ac., cm
f . oaosl all the principal Agricultural Warehouses, Hum
: \v. -turdevan-, at vV'ilkes-Barre, and on appiica
:;1 X jitciuber L-l. to the Secretary, at Harrisbnrg.
' vrtbat time the Secretary's office will be at West
,:ut m, Luzerne county.
COMPETITION OPEN TO ALL.
A.< t. ill FASTER. Secretary.
The State Fair,
VT Tin: Wyoming 15 ATTI.k GUOCND, Septcru
. ber 25th, 26tii, 27tli, and 2-th.
PROGRAMME OF EXERCISES.
.rand Cavalcade "I all the Horses on exhibition, on
■MI.IV ni ruing at 11 ■•'••! k. a in., tindi-r the special
rgc oi Chief Marshal Juliu W. Gearv. of Green*burg,
\ —i-■;11' Marshals George Hay, u! York, J. Bowman
' -it, nf Reading.
rs-nn of all the Cattle on exhibition, in the horse
I at 12 -I'clock M.. oudi-r vliarge ot Assistant Mar-
In! I) irrance, of King-ton, E. B. Harvey, of
titling ii'ui Pacing Hor-es for preliminary trial
' .at 1 o'clock, p. in., under charge of A-sistaul
g,Jiihn Stewart, of Lackawanna. William F. Mur
i isliurg, Charles K. Kngle. of Bu-tlet-in.
k, p. in., the trial of Fire Engines, underan
■> t- of Walter G. Sterling, H. B. McKeau,
- • and the Chief Engineer of Scrston.
tie on Trotting Horses and Fire Engines
,ir!y rt-qup-ted to be present at the trials in
- tiie departments.
- Judges appointed who maybe present or in
.t rriaity, will please report themselves at the I'resi
' - tent, on the grouud, at 4 o'clock, p. m. for the pur-
I •• of organising.
I hit i iommittee ou reception, consisting of Col. Dor
I ' Col. Wright, and It. G Dreisbaek, will meet at
I secretary's office, at 10 o'clock, a. in., for the puipose
I rr -iviiig invited guests aud delegations from other
- a tics.
PROGRAMME FOR WEDNESDA Y.Sf-pt, 27th.
1 •• Chief Marshals. A-*i-tant Mar-hal- and Judges.
* tnc-rt at the- President's Tent at 9 o'clock A. M , for
■" ■• ise of proceeding to duty.
; At 10 a.m.. trial of those
HAND FIRE ENGINES
are prepared t-i compete for premiums.
At II o'clo- k. a. m..
GRAND CAVALCADE OF ALL THE HORSES
•her in harness -addled, or led ; under the direction
the Chief Marshal,
i. At lit ull ick a. m.. all
! th" -addle, competing for premiums.
At I'D p. in., nil
"P.M. ING OR RACKING HORSES,
her th" -addle or in harness, competing as above.
<• At il p. in., all
11'vr-ingle or double, in harness, as above.
! At 1. p. m.,
A TRIAL OF STEAM FIRE ENGINE,
-i'h.ladelphia is expected, to play 20 minutes.
Wh programme for Thursday and Friday will be
*■ ■ i soon as made up by the committee,
b . t inconvenience has been experienced by the
; in consequence of horses being entered for pre
no respect worthy and only for the convenience
Gr ivaer, a committee has been appointed consisting
John Urqnhart, Anson Church and James Hicks
" -i--upon -uch as are worthy of occupying stalls and
npeticg for premiums ; and those not worthy, in tneir
-neat, w.ll lie charged oue dollar a day for each day
" up -nthe ground.
J. S. HALDEMAN, President.
September 5, 1860.
TAT AX YES' STORE, SEPT. 4,1860.
[ mm fill NJfisE.
I | R friend®, nrd other?, are respectfully
I invited to examine our New Stock of
FLU WINTER GOODS.
rising all the Styles now in vogue, which have been
I -x-ed at the Ixiwcst ebb, iu the market, aud will be
I "il*. vv ' Jingly. Our stock consists of all the varieties
I - and Fane v
GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTH
JNG.MENS' FrgNXSIIING GOODS,
HARD-WARE, iron, nails,
AND SADLER* HARDWARE,
CROCKERY, FAMILY GRO
CERIES, BOOTS AND
SHOES, &c., kc.
v. o. which will be noli} at Wholesale or Retail > to suit
purchasers. Call and examine.
pHh undersigned begs leave to call the attention of
hp i. Clt '* ens of To wan da and vicinity to the fact, that
Staii firing his whole attention to the A'm and
farriili* r ® u 'usss* I have the ve,y best facilities for
tft'.nPA/' D 'tt i papers, Daily and Ivtrkly. Also all the
vp' i "n on hand as soon as issued. 1 can
aotice. y pubUshed in the Uuited Sl ates on short
is' ..^ me '' Herald, Tribune, and News, furnished at
' T)etl\ P f f W, ' fek tbe ,)a 'G World at 10- Now is the
P01,,, , '^ nt t., for W)J paper. in order to get the
,< " 1 Returns, Ac. A good assort
ivr„ l a o Uary will be found at all times, Ink, Taper,
:3v p £,opt -i' *' ■ Thankful for the libera! pat
a A.:.. m y. '' und * ■ I b"pe by attending promptly to
f*< A, 5 S ?' r. r, )! ft ' n their custom, for which I shall ever
X-V " t a " Jt tbf ftakcv and eee.
•- *cfl*,Se r t.s, Iheo / Kj^OWLLS
JSusqueljaumt dColltgiait Institute,
TOIVAXDA, BRADFORD CO., PA.
OLIVER S. DEAN. A.R. Principal.Professor of Ancient
languages, and Mental and Moral Sciences.
WM. H. DEAN, A. 8.. Associate Principal, Professor
of Mathematics and Natural Science.
Prof. Cn VRI.KS R. COBURN, County Superintendent.
General Director of Normal Department.
sfrs. OLIVER 8. DEAN, Preceptress.
Miss ANNA M. DEAN, Assistant Preceptress.
Miss HELEN E. DEAN. Second Assistant Teacher.
Miss MARIETTA U.DICKINSON, Teacher of Vocal and
WM. H. DEAN. Librarian.
Mr. D. CANFIEf.fr DAYTON, Stewar 1.
Mrs. D. C. DAYTON, Matron.
The Fall Term commences WEDNESDAY, AU
GUST 22, and will continue 14 weeks.
TUTTIOX, RER TKRJC :
[Payable invariably in advance, or one-half on entering
the school, and one half at the middle of the term—fuel
and contingencies included.]
Primary, per term J 5 00
Preparatory 6 00
Higher, Ist year, per term 7 00
Higher. Ist and 2d year, per term 8 00
Classical, Ist year, per term 7 00
Classical, 2d and 3d year, per term 8 00
N. B Pupils will be classed by the most advanced
branch they respectively pursue.
Pupils using scholarships arc charged SI per terra for
fuel and contingents.
EXTRA EXPENSES I
French $ 3 00
German 3 00
Drawing 5 00
Board in the Institute, per week, including fuel
and light 2 00
Washing, per dozen 38
Tlic Collegiate year is divided into three terms of 14
weeks each. The A nniversaiy exercises will be held at
the close of the Spring term.
No deduction will he made for absence, exeept in case
of protracted illness of over two weeks.
Instrumental Music will not, as heretofore, be taught in
the Institution, but by special arrangement—a class will
be taught in a ball adjoining the grounds of the Institute,
by the Teacher ot Vocal Music.
This arrangement lias been adopted for the past term,
and experience has proved it to he eminently superior to
the plan pursued iu former years. Special pains will lie
taken to secure the greatest progress of those wishing to
take lessons in this branch. Terms will be as heretofore :
Tuition on Piano Forte, per term 110 00
Use of instrument on which to take lessons s<>
do for practice 2 00
Pupils boarding in the liuii will furnish their own tow
els. Ac., and the table silver a. their option. It is desira
ble that they also furnish their own bed and bedding
wheu it is convenient, but when otherwise, these will he
furnished at a slight charge.
it is strongly recommended that students from abroad
should board in the Institution, as better opportunities
lor advancement in study are thereby secured.
SormaJ Department —Special exercises are arranged
without extra charge for those preparing themselves us
Teachers of Common Schools. Prof. C. R- CUBURN, the
able and well known Superintendent of Common Schools
in tiie county, has kindly consented to organize the Tea
cher's class, and direct the course to tie pursued.
He will also be present to conduct its exercises as often
as practicable, and will deliver frequent lectures ou the
Theory and Practice of Teaching, as also on other subjects
connected with Normal training.
Those persons, therefore, intending to engage in teach
ing tor the w inter, will liud it greatly to their advantage
to la- present during the Fall term.
Prof. <'churn's connection with tiie institution is not
such as to in any way interfere with the discharge ot the
reguljr duties of his office.
No pains will he spared, ou the part of the Faculty and
Trustees in sustaining the high repnlutation the institu
i on has hitherto enjoyed, and iu tendering it wore wor
thy ot future patronage and -uppnrt
WILLIAM 11. DEAN. „ - , ,
Aug. 9, 1860. OLIVER S. DEAN, j 1
SIALTiX T SCI IOOL
For Young Ladies.
MISSES CHUISBUCK respectfully in-
L form the public that the Fall term of theirschool
will commence on Monday, the 27th da,) of August,
in the room formerly occupied by them.
Thankful : ir the liberal patronage i xtended to them
during tin- pa-t year. Misses (' assure their patrons that
no pain- w >ll be -pared to merit a continuance of thecou
fidi no of those who may confide pupils to their care.
MISS FANNY L. ('lll'B BUCK will haveeulire charge
of Music : and a limited number of scholars only will be
THUMP. I-KK QUARTER "F 14 WEEKS.
Fift Chum —To include the elcmeutry English
Branches ... 11 00
Second Claxt- To include the more advanced
English branches.with Mathematics and Latin s<i 00
Third t'last —To include Mathematics, Moral
and Mental Philosophy, Rhetoric, Botany, Ac.,
with l-atin $7 00
—lnstruction on the Piano, with use of lnstru
merit per quarter, $lO ; French, per term, $3, and Draw
ing f!, extra.
Bach pupil will be expected to provide herself with a
i desk and chair.
<c*~Aiiy mfnvmatinn in reference to this School may
1 be "btained by applying to H. S. Nlcrcur or K. T. Fox.
| Towanda. August 21). 18fi0.
To Mrrrhants and Dealers in Freight.
r PHE J>oat 13, I . S. Express Freight, will
j JL run from the " Tozer Bridge,"' to Towanda and
I Standing Stone, three days in each week. All Freight
j from Waverly ami oilier places, w ill he promptly deliver
i ed. and at the Captain, risk except stoves, syrup and mo
, lasses will be at the risk of the owners, llut all can- will
1 lie used by the Captain and proprietors. Freight will !e
i taken at the lowe-t prices until the river freezes up.—
| Captain STOXK will use his test endeavors to tind a sate
i channel in (lid .Susq ueluutia, whose bunks will nut iliite
' out. Ail orders directed to JAKKZ STOSK.at Athens, will
! lie promptly attended to at all times. The Hoat 13. C.
I S. Express Freight, will start on Tuesday, August 21,
! 1860. lb F. STONK, Proprietor.
.1 A ISKX STOXK. Ag't and Capt.
Direct orders to J ABKZ isTOXE. Athens, Bradford Co.,
j i'a. J A FEZ STOXK, Agent,
j Athens, Aug. 22. ISGO.
STRAY.—Caine to the enclosure of the
A subscriber iu Standing Stone township, about six
j weeks ago, a Two Year Old JIKL) STKKII, with two
white stripes in the left hind quarter. The owner is re
j quested to prove property, pay charges, and Uke him
i away. JOIIX KENNEDY.
Standing Stone, Aug. 20, ISGO.
| 4 SSIGNEES' SALK—A re-Mtle of the
A assets of the Farmers I'nion Insurance Company
! not taked hy first purchase, w ill he made at the office of
the North Branch Canal Company, in the Borough of
I Athens, on Monday, Oct. 1, I*oo, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Sept. 19, IHI',O, lI.C. HAIKU, Assignee.
Two Valuable Farms for Sale.
QITUATED in Wvsox, Bradford County
kO Pa., one and a quarter miles from the village of To
| wands, containing seventy acres each, under a good
state of cnltivation. The buildings consist of two fram
: cd dwellings, three good barns, granery, apple orchard,
' plum, pear, peach and cherry trees. Ac., all of which
will lie sold at a bargain. For further particulars enquire
of ' HESTER PIERCE, living near the place.
Wvsox. Aug.fi. IMS.
\CARD. -J. H. CAREY respectfully informs
. the citizen* ot Towanda and vicinity, and the pttb
j lie generally that he has commenced the TAILORING
j business, n this place. Shop over Messrs. Montanye A
! Co.. store where lie will make to order all the various
I kinds of gents garments in all the latest approved fash
lions, and warrant thf mto tit. CPTTISO done on short
| notice. A share of public patronage respectfully solicit
ed. Aug 1, 1960.
fUST RECEIVED at the KEYSTONE
*J STORE, an elegant assortment of Embroideries. Km-
I hroidered Collars. Embroidered Setts, Embroidered Kdg
i ings, Embroidered Inserting-*, Marsailles Collars, Mar
| sallies Setts, Embroidered Financings, Crape Collars,
I Crape Setts, Crape Veils. Black Love Veils. A large as-
I aortment of Black Lace Veils.
DR. JOHN MTNTOSU, will be found at
his old office, Patton's Block, during Spring and
' Snmmer. Teeth nserted on Vulcanised Rubber—the
latest improvement in dentistry. Specimen piece to be
seen at the office. Persona indebted to me will please
pay up. JOHN M INTOSH.
Towanda. March M, IBM.
A"ear the Bridge, Tuwando, Pa.
TOHN LAUGHLIN respectfully informs
M the public that he has leased the new and cotnmodi-
OUR Hotel RECENTLY erected BW TH* Bridge, and having
furnished it thoroughly, is now prepared to accommodate
such of the travelling public as may give him a call-
He will endeavor by attention to the wants of his guests
and by the reasonableness of his charges, to merit a por
tion of public patronage.
The Bar will lie kept stocked with the best Sprituons
and Malt l-equors. Good Stabling is attached, with care
ful attendance. May 23, 1860.
rRUIT! FRUIT !!
ORANGES, Lemons, Figs. Raisins, Prune*, Citron
Zante Currents. For :a:e wholesale and retail, by
1 Towanda, June p. 1860
XT. "ST. & E. P AIL ROAD.
CHANGE of hours. commencing MONDAY, JUNE 18,
18G0. Trains will leave Waverly at about the follow
ing hours, via :
GOING WEST. GOING EAST.
Dunkirk Express. .4.57 P. M,|N. Y. Express. . 11.08 A. 51
Night Express 3.37 A. M.(Night Express.l2.lß A. M.
Mail 8.14 M.'Accommodation 6.53 P.M.
Way 8.13 A. M 'stock Express 4.55 A.M.
Express Freight...5.3.5 P.M.'Way 2.55 P.M.
Fast Freight 8.18 A. M ; Fast Freight .10.10 A. M.
Way Freight 6.40 A.M. Way Freight. ..4.20 P.M.
Cincinnati Express does not stop at Waverly. Night
Express. Stock Express, Express Freight, Fast Freight
(both ways,) run every day. Accommodation remains
over night at Ringhamion. Mail remains over night at
Elmira. Night Express of Sundays, runs only to Elmira.
All other trains run daily, except Sunday.
CHARLES MI NOT, General Sup.
NATHANIEL MARSH .Receiver.
New iron Works in Towanda!
subscriber has the pleasure to announce
JL to the public that he has commenced operations in
his new Works, and is now prepared to execute orders for
Steam Engines, Grist Mill, Circular, Gang and Mu
le.y Saw Mill Irons, Iron Water Wheels, and most kinds
of Castings and Machinery in common use. He also,
manufactures a variety of Stoves ; also Thimble Skeins
and Pipe Boxes. Having purchased the entire stock of
Pattern* of the late concern of Phillips A Wheeler, A John
Arnot, of Elmira, he thinks he is better provided with
patterns for Gearing, Ac., than any con. em in this region
of couutrv. He is also provided with the choicest Machi
nery and the best of Workmen, and has every facility to
execute work promptly. He therefore, solicits a share
of public patroiiage.
Towanda. June 10. 1860. O. D. BARTI.ETT.
BROWN SHEETINGS, 4-4 WIDE, FROM
G] to HA cents per yard at
je2o. _ HUMPHREY'S.
I A RUE STOCK, of Gents, Ladies and
A-J Children's Gaiters, Bootees and Shoes. Just re
June 20. 1860. HUMPHREY'S.
S. N. BRONSON
Is now receiving at the
Metropolitan Hardware Store.
A LARGE ADDITION TO HIS STOCK OF
Harvest & Haying Tools,
Iron. Grind-stones, Stores, Butter TVorkers,
If 'ashing Mac/tines, Dog Pacers, SasA,
Glass, lluusc Trimmings,
Mechanic's Toils, Sf-c.
W A N T EI). WOOL, HIDES, PELTS,
COPPER, BRITANNIA, Ac.
/d 15 PATCH respectfully informs the ci
' • tizeus of Towanda and vicinity. that he ha* receiv
ed and opened in 11. Kimrsberv's .-tore, opposite Mootan
yes', a large and well selected -toik of
Groceries & Provisions,
Which will be sold Cheap as the Cheapest, for
CASH OF* FAUMER'S PRODUCE.
The Goods are entirely new and fresh, and comprise the
best selected stock of
Sugars, Teas, Coffees,
Spices, Fruits, Co tidies, Tobacco, Pork, Hums,
Drud Beef. Fish of all kinds, Camphrne,
Fluid, 11 oiiilen A Stone. Wore, Q-c.
Ever brought into this market. All that is asked is a
trial of goods and prices.
CASH AND THZ HIGHEST PRICE
Will be paid at all time- foi Fanner's Produce o' all kind
je"Gi"i LETTER wanted at good prices.
Towanda. June 11 1*6(1.
READ ! REFLECT!
fTUIAT in aiLliti'iit to our former a?sor: merit
J. we are now opening a full and general assortment ot
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
selected with great care to meet the wants of all. Farm
ers. Mechanics (and especially)
will (if they consult their own interest) give us us a call
before purchasing elsewhere, as we are dcterrtnined
NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD !
Our Stock of
DRY GOODS, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES. ROOTS A SHOES,
HARDWARE, PAINTS, OILS,
NAILS, SASH, GLASS,
HOUSE TRIMMINGS, Ac. Ac.,
canuot he excelled as to quality, quantity or varietv.
TRACY A MOoitE.
Towanda. June 14. IMA.
TDRESH ORANGES AND LEMONS, at
IP RES H FIGS AND PRUNES, at
CUMMER SlLKS, Challies, Bareges, Tbib-
KJ bets and Crape Shawls, just received at
Ulster Brass & String Band.
WIW. DITTRICH, Leader.
VNNOUNCE to the public, in general, that they are
prepared to furnish Music for Parades, Excursions,
Pic Nlcs, Cotillion Parties, Ae.
For engagements, apply to \V. DrTTRiCH, Towanda,
H. J. DAVIDSON, Ulster. lyflMlf.
UAY RAKES,AT WHOLESALE AND
Retail, at __ HERCCR'S.
OTR \TTON*S " YEAST CAKES " is the
k3 best and cheapest article of the kind ever offered
for sale ; a-k any of the hundred families that have
used it in this town, if they can recommend it. One
cents worth is sufficient Icr a baking for a middle sized
family. A large quantity just received at
Sept- 12, 1m;o. FOX'S.
paid for Lard, — also, for 20 barrels
J first rate Cider Vinegar, at
Sept. 12. _ FOX'S.
DI SSOLUTI0 X.—Tlio co-part nership here
tofore existing under the firm of J. W. Wood burn
A Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All per
sons having unsettled accounts with the firm, are inform
ed that the same must be settled without delay.
J. W. WOODBURN,
Rome Sept. 11, 18G0. L.L.MOODY.
THEY would also sav that they have a large and gen
eral assortment of Goods on hand, which they will close
out exclusively for Ready Pay, at prices that will defy
FASHIONABLE SHAVING&HAIR DRESSING SALOON.
RJLHE subscriber respectfully returns thanks
I to the citizens of Towanda and vicinity, f r their
Literal patronage bestowed,and hopes to merit a cor.tin
uance of public favors, by a strict attention to business.
Having an experienced workman, late of Philadelphia,
he feels confident that all manner of work usually done
by Barbers, can he done at his Saloon. Shaving for ease
and comfort will uot be excelled. Hair Cutting in the
latest styles : Sbampooiug— the only nlace In Towanda
where it can be done in the latest style. Are you trou
bled with dandruff or scurf, call at the Saloon and take
a cool and invigorating shampoo. Coloring the Hair and
and Whiskers, from a red or gray to a beautiful brown
or black, and make it appear in a li/e-like manner.—
Honeing and setting razorsin a satisfactory way. Cloth
Coats, Pants and Vests renovated.
Call and give rnc a trial, in the basement of the Ward
August 9.1860. SOLOMOX COOPER.
Mackinaw TROUT—Fine xwFisb
J ut reeel <"tds
AUG. 28, 1860.
J. I). HUMPHREY,
( JVest Suit of the Tublic Square.)
BROAD CLOTHS, CASSIMERES,
PRINTS, MUSLINS, DELAINES,
TWINE, &c., &c.
The most complete assortment of
BOOIS, SHOES & GAITERS\
In Northern Pennsylvania.
MOROCCO, SHOE FINDINGS, LININGS, Btc.
THREAD, SHOE PEGS BY THE SACK OR QUANTITY.
Sole and Upper Leather, &e.
Sugar, Molasses, Fish,
To which the attention of buyers is respectfully iuvit
rd, as they Lave been selected with care, and are offered
at prices which will make it an inducement to give me
a call before buying * Lew here.
Towanda, Aug. 2a, IbOO.
FARMERS, AND ALL
wwmm m% r mm
[HAVE just receive! from the City, a
. I-urge Stock of
IMPORTED ITRE LIQUORS,
of every variety. My stock of LIQUORS has beeu pur
chased for CASH, directly from the Importers, whereby
1 am enabled to furnish Farmers tor the approaching
Harvest, a Superior and Dure article of Liquor, of any
kind whatever, at LoWRU PRICES tliati were ever be
fore offered iu Towanda.
Will find it greatly to their advantage to examins my
stock before purchasing elsewhere, i have facilities feu
purchasing, which enables me to WHOLESALE my
goods at New York
Besides my Liquors arc warranted pure and unadulter
ated. 1 have also on hand the Largest Stock and Great
est Variety of
TOBACCO AND SECARS
Ever brought to Towanda, which having been purchased
directly from the Manufacturers and Importers, enables
me to compete with the Wholesale Tobacconists ot the
city. Hotel keepers and others are respectfully invited
to an examination of my entire stock of Liquors, Cigars
Groceries & Provisions,
Of every description, will be kept constantly on hand, at
prices LOWER than elsewhere in this town.
Confident that I am enabled to sell my entire stock of
Goods, either at Wholesale or Retail, lea- than like goods
cau be purchased this side of the City, 1 respectfully so
licit the public to au examination at No. 5. Brick Row.
H. W. NOBLE.
Towanda. June 14. 1860.
50 Cent Tea.
/ MIOICE IMPERIAL TEA at 50 cents
\J a ponud ; a better article than we have ever solJ at
that price, and probably as good as others sell at 75 cents
This no humbug -all we ask is to have it tried. We
warrant every pound of Tea we sell to give satisfaction ti
the money returned in all cases at FOX'S.
I AAA. RIO AND LAGUIRA COFFEE
*f in the Kerne l and Grain at FOX'S.
FpRUIT ! FRUIT.— Oranges, Lemons, Rais
ins. Figs, Prunes and Dried Peaches at FOX'S.
pHEESE.CIIACKERS AND HERRIKG
BASKETS, CLOTHES FINS, SCRUB
and blacking brushes. Window Brushes with long
and short handles, Mop Sticks, Shaker Mops, Matches.
Wooden Faucets and a variety of Wood ware at
MAIZENA— A NEW ARTICLE MADE
from Coru, said to be superior to Corn Starch for
Puddings at _ FOX'S
"\TUTS, SARDINES AND CIGARS
it Wholesale and retail at FOX'S.
AMES- DETERSIVE SOAP—THE
best Chemical soap in the United States at
\T AC A RON I AND VERMECILLA
i*l. very fine and fresh at FOX'S.
WILSON, BARNE3 A CO.
And Extensive Dealers in Tea.
115 Warren street, (three doors below Washington st.,)
N EW YORK.
WILLIAM H. WILSON, formerly of the firm of Ful
ler, Dayton & Co., and Wilson, Jackson A Merrill.
P. V. BARNES, formerly of Bradford connty.
A. C. KKENEY, of Wyoming county. Pa.
SAMUEL N. DELANO, of New York. 16my6m
Graded, or High Common School,
AT TSSLRTTOWZr, PA.
I). CRAFT A. M.. ) ,
JULIA HORTON, (
THE next Term will commence on MON
DAY, September 3, 1860, A continue twelve weeks.
The School ts under the general supervision aud direc
tion of the Board of Directors of Terry School District,
ind the branches usually taught is Academies and High
.Schools will be taught in this school.
Tuition, per term, (settled in advance,) as follows :
Common English branches 33 00
Higher branches 4 00
Classical course including Natural Science 5 00
Special exercises will be arranged for those preparing
to teach, without extra expense.
Boaxd can be obtained in the neighborhood at 11 60 to
$2 00 per week.
CULTIVATOR TEETH AS
/ EN ERA L* ELECTION PROCLAMA
vl TlON.—Whereas, by an act of Assembly of the
Commonwealth,entitled " an act relating to the elections
of this commonwealth,'' it is enjoined upon me to give
public notice of such election to be held, and also the
enumeration in such notice what officers are to be elected
I, THOMAS M. WOODRUFF, High Sheriff of the Coun
ty of Bradford, do hereby make knowu and give notice to
the electors of suid county that a general election will
be held in said county, on TUESDAY, the tth day of
OCTOBER, in the several districts in said county, to wit:
In Albany, at the sub-district school house near Camp
In Asylum, at the srhool house near Simon Decker's.
In Athens boro', at the house of E. S. Mathewson.
In Athens twp., at the bouse ot J. B. Hunt, in Athens
In Armenia, at the house ot John S. Becker.
In Burlington boro', at the hall of Henry Vosburg.
In Burlington twp., at the house of Koswell Luther.
In West Burlington, at the house of Ezra Goddard.
In Canton, at the house of B.C. Myers.
In Columbia, at the house of J antes Morgan.
In Franklin, at the house of J. M. Martin.
In Granville, at the house of Benjamin F. Taylor.
In Derrick, at the school house in Herrickvllle.
In Litchfield, at the house of Cyrus Bloodgood.
In Leßoy, at tli school house iu Lelioy.
In Monroe, at the house ot It R Rockwell.
In Monroe boro', at the house of M M Coolbaugh.
Iu Orwell. at the Orwell Hill public school house.
In Overton, at the house of David Waltinau.
In Pike, at the bouse of Dennis Johnsou.
In Rome, at the Academy.
I u Ridgbury, at the house of Benj. Herman.
In Sheshequin.at the Valley House.
Iu Smiihfieid, at the house now occupied by Johu Scou
In Springfield, at the house of 11. W. Root, now occu
pied by Jesse Hammond.
In Sylvania boro', at the house of Curtis Merritt.
Iu South Creek, at the school house near A. Gillctt's.
In Stuiidiug Stone, at the house of Simon Stevens.
Iu Terry, at the house of Edward J. shepard.
Iu Towauda boro', at the Grand Jury room, in the
Court House, in said boro'.
In Towanda twp., at the school house, ue.ir 11. L.
In Towanda North, at the house of S. A. Mills.
In Troy boro', at tbe Eagle Tavern.
In Troy twp., at tbe bouse ot V M Long, iu tbe boro'
In Tusearora, at the school house near James Black's.
Iu Ulster, at the house of S B llolcomb.
In Warren, at the house of R Cooper.
In Wells, at the house of L. Keeley.
In Windham at the house of Benj Kuykendall.
In Wyalusiug, at the house of S H Black.
Iu Wilinot, at the house of A J Stone.
In Wysox, at the house of James M IteeJ.
At which time and place the electors aforesaid will
elect by ballot
One person for Governor of the Commonwealth of
One person to represent the ICth Congressional District
(composed of the counties of Bradford. Susquehanna and
lioga.) iu the House of Representatives of the United
Two persons to represent the County of Bradford in the
House of Representatives of the Ceminouwealth of l'enn
One person f>>r High Sheriff of the County of Bradford.
One person for l'rothotiotarh, Clerk of the Quarter
Sessions and Oyer and Terminer ot the Courts ot Brad
One person for Recorder of Deeds. Register of Wills
ami Clerk of the Orphans' Court ot the County of Brad
Oue person for Commissioner for the County of Brad
One person for Auditor for tbe County of Bradford.
One person for Coronor for the County of Bradford.
And in and by said act. I am further directed to give
orifice " that every person excepting justices ol the peace
who shall hold anv office of profit or trust under the go
vernment of the United States or this State, or ot any
incorporated district, and also that every member of con
gress and ot the state legislature and the select and com
mon council of any city, or commissioners ot any incor
porated district, is by law incapable of holding or exer
cising at the same time, the office or appointment of
Judge, Inspector or Clerk ot any election of this Com
monwealth, and that no luspector or other officer of any
such election, shall be then eligible to any office to be
By the 4th section o! an a<-t passed the 10th day of
April, IS4O. it is provided " that the 13th section of au
act passed July '2d, 1630, entileo •' An act relating to the
elections of this Commonwealth," shall not lie construct
ed as to prevent any military officer for serving as Judge,
Inspector or Clerk, at any general or special election of
In the tilst section of the act first aliove mentioned, it
is enacted that eveey genera! and special election shall
he opened between s x. 10 in the forenoon, and continue
without interruption or adjournment until T o\ lock in
the evening, "when the polls shall he dosed.
By the lath section of the act Kcbn.nry 3d. 164'}. it
shail he lawful for the inspectors and judges of any" get:
oral do tion which shall be hereafter held ir. the Armenia
election district of Bradford County to dose the polls o!
such election district at five o'clock, p. m.
By the 11th section of the act of ls.i3, it is provided
that the polls of the election district of Tuscarora twp.,
he closed at 5 o'clock, p. in.
it is further directed, that the meeting ol the Judges
at the Court House in Towanda, to make out the general
return, shall ho on the 3d day alter the election, which
w ill be on the 12th dav of October.
It is further directed that the meeting of return Judges
lor the (Kngressiopal distric, shall be held at the Court
House, in the borough of Towanda. on the 7th day after
the election, which will be on the lbth.
THOMAS M. WOODRUFF, Sheriff.
Towanda. Sept. 13,18(0.
A I>M I NISTRATOII'S NOTlCE.—Notice
- is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
state of CHARLES PERKINS, late of Stnithfield, dece'd,
must make immediate payment, and all persons having
demands against said estate w ill present thcui duly au
thenticated for settlement.
May ay 24, ISCO. Administrator.
\ DM INIBTRATOK'S NOTlCE.—Notice
J-\- is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the
estate of EI.fSHA P HEN SON , deceased, late of West
Burlington.are requested to make pay nent withoutdelay;
and those having claims against the --aid estate will please
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
Aug. 27, 18C0. Administrators, with will annexed.
\ DM INIKTR A TOR'S NOTICE —Notice
il. is hereby given, that all persons indebted to r th
estate of WILLIAM M. SLADK, late of Springfield
twp., deceased, are hereby requested to make pay
ment without delay, and all persons having demands
against said estate, will present them duly authenticat
ed for settlement. 15. F.KNAPP,
1\ C. SLADE,
August 27. 1800. Administrators.
TjTXECUTOR'S NOTICE —Notice is here-
XA by given that all persons indebted to the estate of
A RNEST FORBES, dec'd., late of Rome township, must
make immediate payment, and all persons having demands
against said estate, will present them duly authenticated
for settlement. JOHN O. TOWNER,
August 'l3. 1860. Executor.
IpXECUTOR'S NOTICE —Notice is here
A by given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate ofJABEZ TOMKIN3, late of Sheshequin twp. de
ceased, are hereby requested to make payment without
delay, aud all persons having claims against said estate,
will present them duly authenticated for settlement.
July 30, ISOO. Executors.
ORPHANS' COURT 8A LB —By virtue
of an order of the Orphans' Court of Bradford ('oun
ty, will be exposed t> public sale, 011 the premises, on
MONDAY, OCT I BER 1, 1860, at 1 o'clock, p.m.,the
following desceibed piece or parcel of land situate in Al
bany twp., l>eing a portion 01 land willed by Rollin Wil
cox, deceased, to James Wilcox, recorded in Will Book
Bradford County, No. 1, page 283, bounded and described
as follows : On "the north and east by lands in the possfa
si □ of Lewis Jones, south by lands of P. 11. Wilcox,
west by unseated lands. Containing some 27.7 aeres,
more or less, about 100 acres improved, two old framed
houses, two sheds and one barn and a saw mill thereon.
Terms made known en the dav of sale.
A If RILL A WILCOX,
September 4. 1860. Administrators.
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE —Notice
is hereby given that, all persons indebted to the es
tate of CORNELIUS COOLBAUGH, late of Wysox town
ship, dec'd, are hereby reonested to make immediate
payment, and all persons having claims against said
estate will present them duly authenticated for settle
Sept. 13, 1860 Administrator.
is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the
estate of HERMAN COGSWELL, late of Pike, dec'd.
are hereby requested to make payment without delay ;
and all persons having claims against the said estate will
please presen: them duly authenticated for settlement.
ORLANDO 0. COGSWELL.
Sept. 18,1860. Administrator.
A DMINISTIIATORS'NOTICE— Notice
is hereby given. that all persons indebted to the es
tate of JOHN B- IRWlNE.lateof Towanda boro' deceased,
are hereby requested to make immediate paymeaLaadall
persons having claims against said estate will pgaeast
teem duly authenticated for settlement. .
JAMES w. IKFTIMB.
Eert 16. :?53. A4ta'r
SHERIFF'S SALE.--By virtue of sundry
writs of Vend. Expo., issued out of the court of
common pleas of Bradford county, to me directed, will
be exposed to [public sale on 1 P.II)A Y, the 12th day
of October, A. D. iB6O, at the court house, in Towanda,
at 1 o'clock. P. M., the following descrilied lot. piece
or parcel of hind situnate in Wyalusing township, bound
ed north and east by lands of Ii P. Stafford, south by the
North Branch Canal, west by the public highway. Con
taining one fourthof an acre, more or less, all improved,
one framed house thereon.
Seized arid taken fn execution at the suit of L. P. Stal
ford vs. J. M. Salmon.
ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate in Albany tp , bounded north by land of Henry Hib
bard and Joseph Lee, east by land of Thomas Larabee,
south by land of Rotert Edy, west by land of Ebenezer
Rogers aud Simeon Chapman. Containing 40 acres, moro
or less, about four acres improved, and an old log house
ALSO All that rertain lot, piece or parcel of land sit
uate in Albany tp., beginning at a point in the centre of
the Berwick Turnpike, thence along the line of land of
Wells Wilcox, south 80° west 13 perches and two links,
thence by same land south 8 J east 23 perches and two
links, thence by laud of Sylvester Chapman north 80°
east 13 perches and twelve links, thence along the Ber
wick Turnpike north S° west 23 perches and two links
to the place of beginning. Containing one acre and one
hundred and fifty-one perches aud sixty-four links. Ire the
same more or less, all improved, with a framed house a
framedbarn and a few fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Henry
Hibbard vs. Samuel Quimby.
ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land situ -
ate in Troy borough, bounded north by land of Johu K.
Means, west by Canton Street, south by land of John F.
Means, east by landjof G. K. Redington. Containing 100
[ feet front and about 400 feet deep, all improved.
Seized and taken in execution at She suit of Johu F.
Means vs. William Russell.
ALSO—Tbe following lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate in Terry tp., bounded north by lands of James St rong
cast by land of Orvilie 0. Horton, south by land of Sam
uel Haggertv, west by land of J. W. Deuiaon. Contain
ing one hundred and sixteen acres, more or less, about
fifty acres thereof improved, with a framed house a fram
ed barn and shop, a small apple orchard and other fruit
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of U. Moody
vs. John Mills.
AlJsO—The following lot. piece or parcel of land
situate in Smitlifield tp . bounded north by land un
known. east by land of William Ransom, south by lands
of John O. Stems, on the west by lands unknown, being
lot No 8. of subdivision of warrant No. 14*8, as made by
Zephon Flowers, (warrantee name ol C. Caaroll.) Con
taining one hundred acres, more or less, about sixty
acres improved, log house, log barn, and small orchard
Leized and taken in execution at the suit of J. S. Wil
liston A Co. vs. Daniel Brown.
ALS 1 The following lot. piece or parcel of land sit
uate in Franklin tp.. Iwiunded noith by the Towanda
Creek, east by lands of Ira Varuey and the public high
way, south bv lands of the Barclay Railroad Co.. ai'd
west by lauds of Benjamin Baldwin. Containing one
hundred and eight acres, more or less, about eighty five
! acres thereof improved, one framed house, trained barn
and shed attached and a few truit trees theree.n.
Seized and taken in execution at the suitol E. I). Mou
tanye's use vs. William Williams and Horace Wllley.
ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land sit
i uate in Franklin tp. bounded north by the Towanda
! Creek, on the east by lauds of Ira Varney and the public
1 highway, on the south by the Barclay* Railroad and Coal
(Vs. lauds, west by land ot Benjamin Baldwin. Con
taining one hundied and eight acres, more or less, about
eighty five acres improved, one framed house, one frnm
-1 e i barn and shed attached, and an orchard of fruit trees
I Seized and taken in execution at the suit of John F.
i Chamberltn. adm'r. of Samuel W. Biles, deceased, vs.
ALSO—The following lot, piece or parcel of land sit
j uate in Wyalusing and Tuscarora tps., and hounded north
• by lauds of Charles Camp, east by land of Phileman
| Stone and O. B. Snell, south by land of Luther Sliumway.
' Windsor Shumway, Johnson Palmer and Jackson Cady,
and west by land of Charles Camp. C. W. Camp and
Edwin Lewis. Containing about eight hundred acres,
more or less, about two hundred acres improved, one
i wo- Hen factory, one grist mill, one saw mill six tramed
j dwelling houses, oue blacksmith shop, four framed barns,
twii large orchards and other fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Luther
; Redlield.Jr , to the use ol David Wilmot vs. Harvey B.
THOS. M. WOODRUFF,
Sheriff"s Office, Towauda. Sept. 13. W;o, Sheriff.
/"ORPHANS' COURT SALE—By virtue
i V/ of an order of the Orphans' Court of Bradford Coun
ty, will be exposed to public sale, ou the premises, on
TUESDAY. Nov. 20. IstiO, at I o'clock. P. M.. the fol
lowing pioperty, late tbe e-tate of JaU z Tompkins, late
01 Siie*hefuin tp- deceased, to wit : The following lot,
; piece '-r parcel of laud situate in Sbcsbequin tp. bounded
north by la ids of Charles t bailee, on the east by Jack
j sin Horton. on the west by David Neweil and south by
Jno B Smith aud J Kilmer. Containing about in acres,
about i.i thereof improved, with a framed house and barn
I and a log house, and an apple orchard and other truit
1 trees thereon.
Terms of Sale The purchase money to be paid on the
confirmation of the -.ale.
Sept. IS. Administrator.
I DISSOLUTION -The co pnrtnersbipbere
-L* to fore existing between the subscribers under the
firm of Patton A Payne, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. The books, notes, accouuts, and other obliga
tions and papers belonging to said firm are now in the
hands of J. (■• PATTON, for collection.
,T. G. PATTON,
Towanda Aug.SO, ISCO. E. I>. PAYNE.
THE business will be conducted a- heretofore under the
name of J. G. PATTON. and thankful for the liberal share
of patronage extended to us in the past. we respectfully
solicit a continuance of the same, pledging ourselves that
no efforts shall he spared to make our Store one of the
cheapest and best regulated iu the State.
J. <J. PATTON.
I^OUND. —About tbe middle of July last
an amount of money, about which information can
be had by railing on the subscriber, in Merrick, Bradford
county, which the real owner cau have upon proving
property and paying charges.
Sept.4. M6>. W. H. H. JENKINS.
4 CARD.—The undersigned begs leave to
AJL say to the Electors of the county of Bradford that
he will be very hippy to receive their votes for the office
of Proihonotarjr at the ensuing General Election.
He does not ask your suffrages because he has been so
licited to do so by any ol his friends—for he has uot—nor
does he ask them on account of his fitness for the office,
or for any meritorious service heretofore rendered. He
asks thetn simply because he would like the office, and
because it is nuturai and reasonable to ask for that which
we desire and which we may lawfully obtain.
Permit him to say further, that he will teel highly hon
ored with the reception of your votes, whether tew or
many, and if elected, he wili take very great delight iu
honoring tlie office
Tcrrytown, Aug. 22, ISfiO. GEO. P. MORTON.
WHO ARS INTERESTED?
THE subscriber is in the collection and pay
ment of his debts, having sold out his entire stock
ot Hardware, now finds it very necessary to collect all
his accounts, notes and judgments, as fast as the law will
permit, in order to meet his own engagements, which he
intends to do without respect to persons, consequently all
having accounts, notes and judgments with him must
settle and pay immediately, if they expect to do so with
out [laying cost in addition to their present indebtedness.
1 can lie found during business hours at the Ward House.
Towanda. Aug 27, Hon. D.C. HA1.1..
The Old Cash Drug House
C O It NEK
Main and Pine street,
N E W
DRESS MAKING !
THE undersigned would respectfully inform
the Ladies of Towanda and vicinity, that they are.
now prepared to do all kinds of DRESS "MAKING in the
latest and most fashionable style, and cheaper than at
any other establishment in the County.
KiTßooms one. door below Beidleman'g block, at tho
residence of A.J. Noble. MRS. A. J. NOBLE,
April 16.1560. MISS J. H. HALE.
risHT risH i r rxsß! i!
THE best aseortment in P nnsyivania Conaieting of
Mackerel. Trout. White FUh, Blue Fish, Salmon
Codflsh, Pickled and Smoked Herrlcg. SakeiiJßai.'bur
£r. lit., on hand, and to oa gold cheap, ily
Towanda. .Tone 10,1 Mb C B FATCR