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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
In accordance with the usual custom
ranting the printer a holiday at least once a year,
B0 paper will be issued next week.
COURT PROCEEDINGS, — SECOND WF.F.K. —The
rtcr sessions business was continued until the second
k and the following cases disposed of :
• Com vs. Valentine Smith— lndicted for Forgery, at
M„v session- Jury being sworn, and evidence closed
return J verdict of not guilty.
c,m. vs. 11 of veil Luihtr.— lndictment for assault and
v.-terv and disturbing an election. Alter hearing evi
j (* the jury return a verdict of guilty, and the Court
tence the defendant to pay a fine of $?3 and cost,
** Com Syfat iter C. Hickman Indictment for bur
-v house breaking, Ac., Jury find the defendant not
g | tv as charged in the indictment, but guilty of an at
f"' t to commit missdemeanor.
Com vs. Simeon Coot.-Defendant pleaded guilty at
session, of larceny, and is sentenced to pay a
' " f fifty dollars and cost of prosecution, and undergo
,rimp>i*>nmcnt in the Penitentiary for the term of one
vea r and nine mouths.
• Cgm rJ- Dennis Manahan.— Defendant found guilty
f dealing a bee-hive, and is sentenced to pay a fine of
° u d co^t of prosecution, and be confined in the jail of
Bradford County, for the term of three months.
Com c. Stth H Bigg* ■ —Found guilty of murder in
the first degree. Reason for a new trial and arrest of
lodgment filed. "d the Court giant a rule to show
cause why a new trial shall now be granted, returnable
to next term.
In the matter of the petition of Willard Prentice for a
transfer of John Langhlms tavern license, for the Ul
ance of the year. The Court granted said transfer.
On an action of Mr. Adams, and filing the requisite
certificate EDWARD THOMAS ELLIOTT was admitted and
(W orn as an Attorney at Law. with the right to practice
in the several Courts of Bradfo.d County.
EPITORAI. CHANGE.— We learn that Mr.
Ba'dwin has withdrawn lrom his editorial connection
with the Waverley Advocate. The Advocate wbl here
after he conducted by Messrs. Kinney and Pulleys.
j®-The Farmer & Gardener, for Decern
ber has been received. Much that is useful and interest
ing to the farmer, gardener and others, is found in tins
AN OLD SUBSCRIBER.—' The Lvcornin< Gi
-etee savs. Mr. Adam King, of Larry's Creek, called
Ust week to renew his subscription. For fifty fire year,
Mr. King's name lias been on the subscription books of
the Gazette, and his errand was to pay for the filty-sixth
CHEERING — AS AN evidence of the fact that
the spirit of reform is still alive, we may notice the fact
that a Division of the Sons of Temperance has been of
jtanized in Klmira. May its success iu reformation be
tqual to tbe need of it.
3®-The Chenango American of the Gth
int., contains the announcement erf the death of Hon.
I lour. MOSEI.L. formerly a Circuit Judge of the Gth Ju
dicial District of this State, who died at his residence
Greene at the age of 74 years.
VETERAN GONE— The Tiosa Agitator no
tices the death in Westfield township, of that county, of
NATHAN WniTHOKK, a soldier of tbe Revolution—aged
107 years. Another veteran, Esos MARSHALL, aged iOG
years and 9 months, died at Covert, Sendfca county, N.N
on the 23d of Nov. Mr. Marshall was a soldier uuder
Gea. Gates, and w as at Saratoga in 1777.
TOWNSHIP AND LOCAL LAWS. — We nre in
fiebtfd to Mr. Ecxeatd F. James, of West Chester
Publisher, for a volume bearing this title. It is a com
, T.istion of the laws relat'ng to the duties of Justices of
1 the Peace, Constables, Supervisors of roads. Ac., a
I ivirledge of which is of importance to every citizen.—
I It Alitinn it contains a number of blank forms for in
w iLimnts of writing, most in use. The volume is a vai
| utile one, and should be in the hands of every man,
' SKATING. —The river above the dam is now
frozen over, with a surface clear as crystal, and every
one who is the possessor of a pair of skates now makes
He best use of them. At ail li-ors of the day the glassy
turface of the pond Is covered with adventurous skaters
—not boys only—but staid middle aged men. and ladies,
the latter of whom do not possess that independence on
ice which they sometimes assume on laud, for they ait
manifest a strong desire to bestow their hand on some
body. It is an exhilerating and healthy exercise, and
the boys and girls should be encouraged in it/
LF.CTURF.. —A Lecture was delivered at the
Cmirt House liefore the A. E. Literary Society, on Fri
day evening last, by Dr. R. Shetfon Mackenzie, upon the
subject of " The lights and shades of Irish character."
The Br. is well known to the public as a literary man—
being the author ol several works of interest, and as
being the literary editor of Forney's Piers. The lecture
vA'bith instructive and amusing; instructive in regard
to the light thrown upoh the origin of the different clans,
and in tbe illustrations which his personal association
I with many of the eminent men of tlldt country en abled
I sim to make; and amusing from the fund of Irish ancc-
I 1 tea and Irish buils, which, the Dr. being himself an
I -uman, were got off in the true spirit and with the
I jsaine brogue. After the lecture, the Dr. delivered
I "tt effectively, his well known legendary ballad—The
MEAT FOP. CHRISTMAS. —Those wishing pond
beef for Christmas will find it at McCabe's Central Meat
'Urset. HE has killed a five year old ox, weighing over
• "'i pounds, said to be the finest ever seen in this mat
AGENTS WANTED.—The Attention of per
*°a'in want of employment, is directed to an advertise
treat in another columu, for canvassers for Township and '
Mi Laws of this State. Application must be made to '
. miovs 4 ALVORII, who are General Agents for Brad- J
fcas" The O.vptro Gazette in noticing Mr.
s pronations, says that " his acceptance of the
... e '' Protllon °lary may be properly set down in the J
I "X'lryof cxes of •disinterested patriotism," and liopes
I -■-a- he emoluments of the office will remunerate him
I■ ■ sacrifice he makes for the public good.
I , Rccardnf the Times, (fives the par
I -.ars of a sad calamity, resulting in the death o*
I ,r r P ' ITen P"rt °f Ross township. With several
I ' r J "mg men tie was hunting on North Mopntain.and
I 'Mh" 3t * rUnWa y w ''" e l ' le r,, hers started to chase
I be- r) C fPr ' ' iad K" ne about 40 rods when they
I >p- " ° C " n atu ' a which brought them bark.
I r I " ' oun d him a few feet from his station uimbfe to
I i J* ,i 3nJ ,U a feW rainoteH breathed bis last. It was
I vl'nl h ste Pl >e d on a small tree lying down from
I :aar"' \ . at "' t ' l ® R un striking t'ae tree was dis
I entU T'" 1 " lUl ' tw " balls and several buck shot
? his side just below the ribs.
I ofth w ChristWS ,s comi "P. h 7 the looks
I InlTrsX &nd Store w ' mdow '. will be seen that our j
I hiv, Or !i T ° ,P re P a ' atioos 10 meet it. All kinds of
I drin ar. a i"®* ° D<W '' " nd CORtlier kin(ls hr "Id" chil-
I hann? '?' suftlclent - ,f a! 1 "Id, to make every- '
I anj v° UrSe ° ld K Kri " glc will *"" n
I "tsbveia ,Ustwhere to boy lht bestpres-
I At th , ° K U ° Ur advertising columns.
I best 4 vJ..'! gU * Slore ra# y be found the nicest and
"•wtment of lDd )a towa |
APPOINTMENT. —E. Reed Myer, Esq , former
State Senator from the Rradfofd district, and a member
of the late Electorial College by substitution, has been
appointed clerk in the Auditor General's Office. Ha
entered upon the discharge of his clerical duties a few
days ago. His competency for the position will not be
questioned by those who know the man. He will fill a
very responsible position, that of Clerk of the Free
Banking Dpartment— Hai-rsburg Telegraph.
Of Scarlet Fever, in North Towanda, Dec. 12.1560,
AUGUS TA 11.. only child of Charles and Minnie Dun
hip, aged 4 years, 3 months and 18 days.
The little one thus early called away from earth, was
an exceedingly lovely child. Few children ha*e enjoyed
more oi love and att'ection than did she. faded "she
! seemed to feel that every one was her friend/ and truly
! every one was. With her kind and winuing ways, and
her unaffected and pleasing artlessness, she gained the
hearts of all who knew her. She had been taught obe
! (lience. and she loved it. In her last sickness, which was
j exceedingly severe and painful, she uttered no murmur
• nor complaint. No one could have been with her during
the progress of that (earful disease and witnessed her
! sufierings and her submission without feeling that a les
son of patience and resignation was to lie learned from
her example. She did not murmur.—she did often, while
j the lever was raging, ent-eat most piteously to be taken
' home. " Mamma," she would say, " I want to go home."'
We believe she has gone,—that site is tiiere. We believe
j that He.who took little children in his arms, has also ta
keH her, aud that henceforth she " will ever be with the
Her parents, though with crushed and bleeding hearts
they mourn their loss, cannot but feel that they have
still a great treasure of pleasing recollections ,aud fond
remembrances. Kay the fact that oar little ones are ta
i ken from us here tend to loose our affections from earth,
aud &X them in heaven.
Ere sin could blight or sorrow fade
Death came with friendly care—
The opening flower to heaven conveyed
And bade it bloom forever there.
In Springfield, Bradford Co. Pa., Nov. 30Ih, LUCIN
j D v wife oi Isaac 1". Bullock, and daughter of William J.
I Williams, ia the 42d year of Iter age,
"There is a land mine eye hath seen,
In visions of enraptured thought,
So bright that which spreads between
So with its radiant glory Iraught:
A land upon whose blissful lcnlte .
There rests no shadow, falls no slain ;
j- There those who meet shall part no more, .
And those long parted meet again,"'
THE STANDARD POETS, il. Gilt, for
; A Holiday Presents, at COWLES'.
Qi \ DIFFERENT KINDS TOY BOOKS,
I *J'J for Children at COWLES ■!
I F vou think of Bestowing n Gift upon your
l friends during the Holidays call nt COWLES".
THE S-ocklioKit-rs of the Barclay R R &
-1 Coal Company arc notified to meet at the office of
said company, corner of 4th and Walnut Streets. Pliila
| delphia, on Monday. January 14th. lsol. at 12 o'cloi k M.
to elect a President and 12 Directors, to serve for the en
suing year. [Dec. IS. IsGO.J IL SHAW, Serretary.
I)R.\YKR BOOKS and BIBLES for the
Holidays, nt COWLES".
IHE SEVENTH ANNUAL
THE Bradford County Musion! A'socifi
i JL tion will be held at TOWANDA, commencing on
j TUESDAY. .1 iimary 8. Isd. to continue four days and
; close with a Concert, on FRIDAY EVENING. Jan. 12.
The whole to be under the direction of Prof. T. E. PSR
KISS, of tiie Normal Academv of Mumc, Geneseo. N. Y.
The " Olive Branch," by Pi-iKKissand COOK, and the
' ■' Song Crown"' will lie used bv the Convention as text
I books. These books will lie tarnished tor the use of tiie
Convention, the members being accountable to tiie Asso
ciation lor any damage, or loss oi them,
i ADMISSION TICKETS. —To the whole course;— Gentl
emen. $1 00; Ladies, 50 cents. To be obtained of E. T,
Fox. Treasurer. Towauda, Pa.
( ommil it of A ; i angrmenfs. —J. G. Towner, C. E.
j Gladding. Hcnfy Burbauk.
C. R COBURN. President.
! W. C. BOGAKT, Secretary.
BUTTER, EGGS, POULTRY,
m c isi: ss Has w nx I'm:*
Dried Apples, Dried Raspberries,
SHEEP IP ELTS!
WHITE BEANS ! !
And Game , at
\LL ports of Fme nttd Stick CANDIES
. for sale, by large or email quantities by
Dec. 20. C. IL PATCH.
BABBITS. DeLmals. Pyles and Ilerrtck
Allen's, for sale in anv qnantitv by
|)er -' io - C. IL PATCH.
THE BRADFORD CO. MEDICAL SO-
I ,L C'IETY will meet in Ulster, at the house of (L M.
Elsbree. on Wednesday, Dec. 20. at 10 o'clock A. M.
Dec. 13, 1881. E, 11. MASON. Sec'y.
; A LARGE SUPPLY of Dried rctcl.es,
D\. Berries, Apples and l'runes, constanly on hand at
\ I L TFIE WELL DRESSED. YOUNG
EX. CHICKENS, GEESE and TURKEYS, at No. 1,
S Pat ton'a Block, corner oi Main and Bridge st.
Dec. 13, 1880. WM. A. ROCKWELL.
A CHKISTRZAS PZLESEXKTT.
: CLARK'S & LADD A; WEBSTER'S
IJ. SEWING MACHINES, with important improve
m--iits. will make a suitable, useful and acceptable pres
ent lor a lady during the Christmas holidays.
B. F. SHAW. Agent.
Dec. 13, 18t!0. Towanda, Pa.
GR CEKIES FiiRTHE MILLION!
IDIF ntnlcrsioncd tokes this opportunity fo
- express his thanks to his friends in THW.VND.V .V
Itradiord County for their patronage, d iritig the hit six
months, and would also irntorm them that lie his just
received aud opened a very large and complete assort
GROCERIES & PROVISION
Consisting in part of
TEAS, COFFEE, SUGARS, SYRUF.
MOLASSES, FRUITS, SPICES. SOAP. CAN
DLES, TOBACCO. SEOARS, FLOUR,
PORK. HAMS. FISH SALT,
All of which, together with any amount of other Goods,
aie EOR SALE, at low prices, for CASH or FARMERS
PRODUCE. We will lie happy to show our goods to our
friends, ami warrant everything sold to givee utire satis
Remember the place, Opposite Montanyes, in Kings
bury s Block, first door above li. S. Russell A Co., Bunk
CASH for BUITER. EGGS and Produce genera.ly.
Towauda, Dee. lU, iB6O, C. B- PATCH,
HRUICK respectfully informs the people
• of Towanda and vicinity, ttiat he iB prepared for
giving LESSONS ON THE PIANO. Also tuat he
Tunes and Repairs Pianos
npoa reasonable terms, and insures perfect satisfaction
Rooms ia Bender's Bindery, sooth and of Ward Hooae.
Pec. 6th. l*gfl. 3m.
OAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED THE SECOND LARGE
STOCK FOR THE SEASON, OF
FALL & WINTER
WHERE WILL BE FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF j
soikxa, ©MiaitMaisa, j
WORSTED DRESS GOODS,!
H.A.33XES' CLOAKS, 1
GLOVES & HOSIERY, ;
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
: CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND
IXJATS <sc CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS. FLOOR OIL CLOSIIS,
DR UGGETTS, MA TTRESSES,
MA 'I TS. PAPER-HANGINGS,
TIIAXSPA li EXT WIX
EROCCATELLS & DAMASKS,
TABLE AND PIANO COVERS,
| Bleached and unbleached Table Damask,
White Damask, Table Cloths ail sizes,
Napkins. Town!, Diapers.
Lace and Embroidered Curtain Muslins,
Rose Blankets, Counterpanes,
Pillow Case Linens. Sheeting,
And Pillow-Cease Muslins,
LOOKING GLASSES, AC.
Just received at the
To which special attention U invited.
C/untz-Palterns and Fast Colors,
' Worth 20 cents per yard, now for sale at ONE SHIL
LING per yard, at the
Begs to announce that l.eh s on hand and is constantly
receiving from the Manufacturers,
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS.
i of the latent styles and most approved patterns. He
! would respectfully invite the attention of the ladies to
them, and also to a l:.rge stock of BUOCHE LHAWLS
| at half their value.
1 All the desirable colors of double, single, and split Zcph
: yrs, aud Shetland wool will always he found at the
AT PANIC PRICES.
JUST OPENED AT THE KEYSTONE STORE, A
LARGE STOCK OF
Purchased during the present panic, much below their
I market value, and are offerep for sale correspondingly
low. [Nov. 29, 1860-]
BAJOU'S KID CLOVES,
j AH sizes, in colors, black and white, of these celebrated
| Gloves will always lie found at the KEYSTONE STORE. J
i PRlCK. —Ladies. $l.OO ; Gents. 11,25.
The Fourth Annual Convention
'•CIIOiML UNION ASSOCIATION,"
Will he held at LERA YSNILLE. Bracford Co. P.i„ <-ora
metieing Tuesday, Dec. 2.5. IsOO. at ! o'clock A. M.. to
i continue tour days, and close on Friday Evening De
-1 cember All with a
GRAND CONCERT, |
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
Prof. George F. Root, of Boston,
author of Festival Giee Book. Diapauson, Sabbath Bell,
Ac., assisted by Prof. U. U. LOOM IS. of lVovidcnc ft. I.
In anticipation o a large attendance, the price of tick- j
ets will remain as heretofore, viz :
GENTLEMEN *1 00
I LADIES dO
TO THE CONCERT 25
The Diapauson and Festival Giee Book will be used.-- !
They may lie bad at the Convention.
Ample arrangements will lie made to board all who
may attend, at reasonable prices.
Prof. ROOT has no equ il in this country as a composer
aud teacher of popular music. As a vocal trainer, I)r.
Mason said of him recently: "He is not surpassed by any
man on the Continent—no, not on ilifs Gf.OBE."
The Committee will spare no expense to make this the
most pleasant and profitable musical gathering which ev
er assembled iu Northern Penna.
AH lovers of music are invited to attend.
By order of the Committee. G. W. BRINK. Prcs't.
I LEWIS WELLS, Sec'y.
! ALL the FAT nnd nicely dressed POUL
' TRY, in Bradford County. A nice article, with
Empty Crops, will bring good prices in CASH or Gro-
T ovanda, Nov. 27. 1860.
To Whom it may Concern!
ALL persons having unsettled accounts, notes, or judg
ments, willi tiie late tirin of J. WOODBURN & (JU.
that is now in the hands of the subscriber, must be paid
immediately, in order to save cost.
L. L. MOODY.
BOOB , Nov. 1, W6l.
CONSISTING OF EVERY VARIETY, STYLE AND
| LADIES DRESS GOODS,
PRINTS AND GINGHAMS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
CROCKERY, HARDWARE, Etc.
Feeling confident that we are now prepared to meet
flic wants of ALL, we would call ihe attention of the
public to our
i which will be sold at greatly reduced prices for CASH 01
j Nov. 2D. I HOP. TRACY A MOORE.
"C/ Mi KEGS NAILS—Just received nt
*" "J f Nov. 2J ] TRACY A MOORE'S.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY at
TRACY A- MOORE'S.
MACKINAW. CODFISH, Ac.,
at TRACY A MOORE'S.
New Fall and Winter Goods
Wm. A. Rockwell's,
CIOMPRISVXO the cheapest and handsomest lot of Dry
J Goods eTer offered in this market.
DRESS GOODS—Merino Prints, Ginghams, Repps,
; Chene Mohairs. Canton Cloths. Crerielle de Laities, Fig
ured Coburgs, Morella Clot'.i, Plain and Printed Thiuets,
| Hamilton, Manchester and Wool do Laines, Figured No
, veans, Poii he Chevres, black I'laid Figured Mane line a
I Gro de Rhine Silks, at
SHAWLS—Brochc, Bay State, Chenile. GlenfTer and
Gentlemen's Shawls, Ladies Scarfs, Cioakings and TUB
ROCK WE I L'S.
EMBROIDERIES, Lace*. Edgings, Dimity, Bands,
Veils, Cultures, Ribbons. Velvet-, Bonnets and Flowers,
KNIT-GOODS, Ladies' and Children's lloous, Nubias,
Children* Sams. Mantles and Socks, at
GENTLEMEN'S GOODS—Cloths, Caasimeres, Satinet
Jeans. Dinims, Suspenders, Cravats, Collars, "Siiirts,
Shirt Bosoms, Drawers and Under Shirts, Hats, Caps,
Gioves and Hosiery, at
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. Curtain Draperies,
Oil Cloths, Furniture Prints, Traking. Paper Hangings,
Window Shades, Bed and Tabic Spreads, at
SHEETINGS, Shirtings, Jjqucred r.:.d Scnen Linen
Diaper, Damask T *>'■' -tl •an J Napkins, at
YANKEE NOTION.'. Combs. Buttons, Brushes,
Threads, Stfttienr-ry, Pins, Nee(l1PS, Hooks nnn Eyes
Looking Glasses, Percussion taps.Beads, Bugles, I*l ited
Forks and Spoons, Crochet Needles, Knitting Pins.
Zephyrs, Scotland Wool ai d Scotch Yarns, at
CROCKERY. Hardware. Glass, Sash, Oils, Paints,
Nails, Putv, Burning Fluid, Camphene, Kerosine, Wood
en ware, Bird Cages, Boots, Shoes :l r l( i Leather, at
| GROCERIES—The best Crashed nnd Pulverised Loaf,
• Brown and Coffee Sugars, Black and Green 'Teas. Java
and Rio Coffee, Chocolate, Syrups, Molasses, Tobacco,
Spices, Indigo, Starch, Soap. Crackers, Salieratus. Cr.-ani
Tartar, and everything el- tti the line will be ionnd at
ALSO—Fresh Ground Cayuga Plaster, at
Many thanks for the liberal encouragement hitherto
extended ns, and we shall eniieavo.i to contiuue to give
satisfaction to all our customers, old and new.
WILLIAM A. ROCKWELL,
No. 1, Patton a Block.
Towanda, October IS, 1800.
CHEAP GOODS AT
J.H. PHINNEY'S, JR.
No, 3, Potion's Bloc};.
HAVING made up his mind to make the Mercantile
business a permanent business would most respect
' fuliy solicit his old customers and the public generally to
give him a call and examine his almost entire new stock
ol Goods, just rec. iving. and which 1 e offers at very re
duced prices, for Cash or most kinds of Country Pro
duce. He asks particular attention
Large stock of Domestic Goods. Sheetings, Phirfinge,
Dentins, Ticks. Stripes, Linen and Cotton Diapers, Dam
ask Table ahd Marscills lk-d Spreads, Jeans, Tweeds,
I Prints. Gingham's, Coborgs, all Woo! and Union Delaines,
! Reps, Plaids, Black Silks. Ac.
Stock of Clothing, which is the Cheapest in Towanda,
I and all warranted.
Large assortment of Men's and Boy's Hats and Caps, at
I great bargains
j Combs, Brushes. Hair Pins, Needles, Crochet Needles,
! Zephyr, Shetland Yarn, and everything in the notion
j line. *
I-arge stock of Straw and Chip Bornets, Ruches, Flow
: ers, Ac., which will be sold wholesale or retail '25 per
: cent cheaper than at anv other place in town.
! Crockery, Glass nm! Hardware, Boots and Shoes, for
! Ladies, Misses, Men ami Children, at Bargains.
[ Large stock of Groceries. Brown, Coffee, White and Pui
j verized Sugars, fresh Linseed and Lamp Oils, White
j Lead Zinc, Putty, Sash. Nails, Coffee, Tea Ac.
i Good Molasses at .18 per gallon. Prints from sto 10 cts.
i per yard. Coats' Thread 4 cts. Best Horp Skirts 50
j cts per doz. Yellow Bank, fine cut. Tobacco 25 cts per
; lb. Smoking Tobacco, 8 cts. per lb., and everything
cheap at PHINNEY'S.
Towanda, < ct. 26, IsGO.
THE present depressed state of the Money
Market having had the effect to place many kinds of
i Goods within the reach oi Cash buyers, at much lower
j prices ban heretofore, the undersigned begs to give no
: lice that he lias availed himself of this reduction, to a
; large extent within the past ten days and is now offering
} many iiargains such as have heretofore never been equall
| ed in this market.
Dec. 10, 1860. JOSEPH POWELL.
K. TT. ck 23. RAZZ. ROAD.
CHANGE of hours, commencing MONDAY, Nov. 26,
iB6O. Trains will leave Waverly at about the follow
ing hours, viz :
COING WEST. GOING EAST.
Dunkirk Express. .5.33 P. M.IN. Y. Express. .11.28 A.M
Night Express 3.50 A. M.lN'ight Express. 1.25 A. M.
Mail 8.10 P. M (Mail 7-45 A.M.
Mail 842 A. M.jMail 4.20 P.M.
Express Freight...6.oo P. M iFast Freight... 9.07 A. M.
Fast Freight.... 11.32 A.M. Way Freight... 6.05 P.M.
Way Freight 8.15 A.M.!
Night Express (both ways) Express Freight and Fast
Freight going west, and Fast Freight going east, run
every day. Night Express of Sundays, runs only to El
mira. The 8.10 P. M- Mail runs only to Elmira. The
8.42 A. M. Mail runs through to Dunkirk. The 4.20 P. M.
Mail runs only to BinghamUm.
CHARLESMINOT, Ganeral Snp.
IN PRICES OF
The subscriber offers his very Large Stock of Boots of
his own manufacture and also' his Extensire and well
selected assortment of
LADIES' FINE WORK,
of all styles and varieties for the remainder of this Sea
son to Cash Customers at prices which make it a great
inducement to give him a call before purchiug elsewhere.
Also, an unusually large stock of
LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS
at reduced prices to suit the times. Also, a flue assort
' which I will sell at bargains, in order to close that
j branch of my business.
FOUR TONS BOONETON NAILS,
CAST STEEL SHOVELS,
I ?MAMLY SMJGSSAIS.
I Dec. 1.1860. J. D. HUMPHREY.
HAVE purchased the large and well known establish
ment of 1). C. Hall, and are now receivingfrom New
I York, tiie largest and most complete assortment of
ever offered for sale in this market, which will he sold
CHEAP for Cash orappoved Creoit.
We have a large and well selected stock of Wood and
Coal COOKING STOVES, every variety of pattern and
style of Parlor, Diuiiig-Hooni. Six-I'late. and Cylinder
Stoves, which we can. and will sell as cheap a3 can be
purchased in this or any adjoining county. Also a full
and complete assortment of
IRON AND STEEL,
Nails and Glass. Paints and Oils, House Trimmings, Car
riage Trimmings. Springs. Iron Axels and Boxes, of
ail si/.es. Carpenters and Joiners Tools, iiiaek.
smiths Tools, Cross-cut, Circular and Mill
Saws, Table and Pocket
wj _ ik ■ S.W 9
of every description.
Pumps, Lead-Pipe, Chain Dumps and Tubes.
imiTTAWIt AV I> PLATED WARE,
the latest and most approved patters. A iarge quantity
of TIN-WARE AND STOVE PIPE, always on hand -
Patent Stretched Leather BELTING. Every name and
FARMING TO. T,S.
JOB WORK done on short notice and warranted.
GRAIN, Old Iron. Copper, Brittannia, Brass, Bees
wax and Feathers, taken in exchange for Goods.
We invite " the whole world and the rest of mankind,"
to call and examine our our goods before purchasing.—
Our motto will be use every man well and submit to noih
xr£~ IID 1* door south of Tracy and Moore and Powell's
Block, Main street, CODDING & lil'3sELL
JOHN A. CODDING, )
c. s. wwEi.t. f Towanda. Sept. 21,1 SCO.
STOVES R STOVES!
SXj S2 received:
HAVING lately returned from the city
where wo 1, ive purchased for CASH a large as
sortment of STOVES, of all varieties and sixes suited to
this locality, we are prepared to sell Cheap D r Cash or
approved credit. We would -.•all especial attention to the
celebrated Coal Stove
B-E3C EL - 2 •>
the perfection of arrangement f r burning coal. We are
also casting and setting up in our own Foundry, a num
ber <b kinds i.f ex-'elient COOKING STOVES,and BOX
STOVES fcr SCHOOL-HOUSES and SHOPS,
j Persons who fear to purchase imported Stoves on ac
; count of broken plates. Ac..can get ju>t as good of Home
Manufacture. Our assortment taken a whole, is the
Largest and Most Complete ever offered for sale in this
market. We also rcanulacture and keep constantly on
hand, a full assortment of
and will make to order any thing trora a Telescope up—
to a Sausage Machine '
iti'i'iiii and examine for yourselves, and yon will be
! satisfied that there is something in the world yet, besides
i Towanda, Aug. 50, 1860.
N. ll.—Our Tin Store is on Main street, south store in
Hardware and Stove Store.
RESPECTFULLY informs THE citizens of
i Sullivan County, and the public generally, that he
I has commenced business in DUSHORE, where he has
j just received a very extensive stock of
of every style and pattern, adapted for burning Coal or
: Wood, which will bo sold as low as any other place this
| side of Albany or New York. The attention of those
j desiring to purchase Stoves is particularly directed t
j my assortment, which is especially adapted to the wants
I of this section of the country, and will be sold lower
j than can he purchased this side of Albany or New York.
| I believe I can offer greater inducements"than any other
; establishment in the country. Also,
Hardware, Iron, Steel, Kails, Glass,
PAINTS AND OILS,
House and Carriage Trimmings,
j SPRINGS, IRON AX LBS A BOXES, of all sizes. Car
! penter's and Joiner's Tools, Blacksmith's Tools, Cruss
| Cut, Circular and Mill SAWS, Table and Pocket Cutlery,
i Pumps. Lead Pipe, Chain Pumps and Tube. Farming
' Tools Tin Ware and Stove Pipe, always on hand, at
! Wholesale and Retail.
| Job Work done on short notice,
i &<r Grain. Old Iron. Copper, Britannia, Brass, Becs
j wax and Feathers, taken in exchange for goods.
Having had many years' experience in the business, I
j an, confident 1 tan make it the interest of purchasers to
| give me a call. My goods will lie bought at the lowest
j rates, und sold at corresponding prices. A!! manufactur
; ed aiticles will be made from the l est materials, and by
! competent workmen,and will be warranted.
D. C. HALL.
Dushore, Oct 25. 18f,0.
BOOKS AND STATIONARY.
(SUCCESSOR TO 0. D. BARTLETT,)
AT THE OLD STAND ! !
HAVING pnrchnsed the pntire stock of
Books and Stationary. Paper Hangings, Ac.. Ac.
of O. I). Bartlett, to which has been adced a large assort
-1 inent of everything in the line of BOOKS A BTATION-
I ARY, making as large and complete an assortment as
can be found in the county. 1 invite my friends and the
' public to call and examine for themselves.
! My stock cons'-ts of SCHOOL BOOKS, MISCELLAN
! EODB LITERATURE, HISTORYS A BIOGRAPHY'S.
! RELIGIOUS WORKS. A large assortment of BLANK
1 BOOKS, of all shape and size, and as low as can le had
!at any other establishment. Also, a fhie lot of BIBLES,
I large and small, Commentaries, Prayer and Hymn
Books. I would call particular attention to my stock of
! Of which I have a great variety of patterns and of tha
j latest styles.
1 still continue the NEWS ROOM, and have constantly
j on hand all the Daily and Weekly papers, standard
' Monthly Magazines. Thompson's Bank Note Reporter.
; Monthly and Semi Monthly. Also, Greely's Political
1 Text Book. Subscriptions received for 1 he"Weekly Tri-
I bune, Genesee Farmer, Ac.. Ac, It shall be ray aim to
S sell everything at the lowest rates. All I ask is that my
i friends and citizens throughout the county will give me
a call before buying elsewhere, and I think I can please
! them both as to price and quality. I shall be continually
adding to my stock and intend "to keep on hand the lar
j gest assortment that can be found in the connty.
Remember the place, at O. D. Bartlett's old stand,
i Towanda. Oct. 15.1M0 A T- COWLEt
ANOTHER ASSORTMENT OF
GONSISTINO IN PART OF
• PARIS PLAIDS,
GLACE BE MESSINA,
AND OfHER DRESS GOODS.
CANTON & WOOL FLANNELS,
Cassimeres, Denims, Jeans, &c. t
JUST RECEIVED BY
N. S. MUBCCB.
Dec. 6th. 1850.
,H. S MERCUR
. Requests particular attention to his large stock of
| CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SATTINETTS, TWEADS, &C
> Also to an extensive assortment of Plain and Printed
1 Merinoes, Plain and Priuted Coburgs, Plain and
Printed Wool and Common Pe ains, Wool and
Union Plains, Paris Iteps, Mohairs, and other
• IDIR-ESS C3-OOEDS.
Likewise to the Largest and Lest selection of English and
And Ginghams, to be found in the County.
BRUSSELS, VENETIAN,SUPERFINE, A INGRAIN
, C ARPETIN Gr S i
r WOOL AND COTTON
> DEUGGETS &ND OIL CTOTES,
MENS, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of Every Description.
HATS AND CAPS.
IROX, STEEL, WAILS, CORDAGE,
WINDOW GLASS, SASH,
OILS, PAINTS AND VARNISHES,
r CROCKERY & GLASSWARE,
All of which are offered at the Louest Price*.
r Towanda, October 1. ISGO.
A. WICHHAM & sow,
lITOUT.D respectfully announce to the public that they
e VV have purchased of J. 1). Humphrey, his entiro
-to k of DRY GOODS, and in addition are now receiv
- Ing, from New York, large -upplies of Goods adapted to
the season, embracing all the varieties of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, HATS k CAPS.
YANKEE NOTIONS, Ac.
Which they now offer for sale, at the store formerly oo
j cupied by Humphrey k Wickbam, (west side of the Pub
lic Square). They would most cordially invite ail to call
and examine their extensive assortment, as they are de
termined to offer their goods, for cash, at such prices aa
cannot fail to suit the closest purchaser
N. B.—Dealers can he supplied by us with Gents Bo
a <onis and Collars. Sewing Silks andGillott'a Pens, at the
Towanda. Oct. 22,15C0. O. D. WICKHAM.
j COURT. —Notice is hereby piv-
O en that a Special Court of Common Pleas will be
held in ar 1 for the county of Bradford at the court housa
in Towanda, commencing on MONDAY the 11th day of
January next, 1860, at 2 o'clock p. m., and to continue
one week, at which the Hon. Robert G. White will pre-
side for the trial of the following causes to wit:
No. lit'.H Feb. T, lso6, A B Smith vs. Samuel Kellum,
et. n!.. ejectment.
No. 115. Sept. T. l e 5C, Israel Smith vs. Samuel Kel
luin. et. a!..—"trespass.
I No 310, Feb. T, lsJ7, Edward Overton vs. A B Smith
• No. 471, Sept. T, 1857, Israel Smith vs. Samuel Kel
lum 2d., et al—trover.
, And such other causes as may be at issue eDd for trial
at thai time.
r Subpotuas returnable at 2 o'clock, p. m., on Monday
- the lull day of January, as aforesaid.
Prot's Office, Towanda, Nov. fi, lSfiO. Prot'y.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.—By virtue
of r.n order of the Orphans' Court of Bradford coun
ty, will be exposed to public sale, on the premises on
SsATURDAY, January 12, 2860. at 1 o'clock, p.m. the
! cilowing described property late the property of Jesse
Hammond, iate Df Springfield twp., dee'd., bounded and
described as follows, to wit : Reginniug at a Norway
pine Lee being the south west corner of C. F. Wilson ■
1 lot. theuce south to the band of Three Fail Run, thence
eis along the bank of said run to the foot of the hill,
- •ii'-.ieo southerly direction to the corner of Kenover
•V miey s land. from lilt nee in said Wormley line to the
r oi He of the Berwick Turnpike or highway, thence
! north along said highway to the line of Calvin West'*
lan.l, now occupied by A. il. Voorliis, thence west along
the line cf s.'id Calvin West to his south west corner of
- sai-i lu. thenee north to C. F. Wilson's line, to the place
of beginning. Containing six acres of lanJ.be the same
more or less, as per deed ot Edwin and Gail Nichols, to
said Jesse Hammond. Dated Sept. 26, 1860.
TEKMS OF SAIK. S2OO at the day of sale, balance one
year thereafter date, with interest.
J. D. HAMMOND,
Dec. 11.18C0. Administrator.
AUDI TOR'S NOTICE— hi the matter of
JLJL the estate of Alexander P. Biles ,deeeasad. In the
Orphan's Court of Bradford County.
The undersigned, an Auditor, appointed by said Conrt
to distribute monies HI the ban is ot t!>e administrators,
as per account filth, will attend to the duties of his np
pointmt irt at his office in Towanda Borough, on FRIDAY
the 24th day of J ANUARY, 1881, at 1 o'clock, p. ra., at
, | which.time and place all persons interested will present
; their claims or be debarred from claimiug any portion of
! said fund.
P. D. MORROW,
■ ! December 20. 1800. Auditor.
V EDITOR'S NOTICE. — In the matter of
the estate of Daniel O'Ketft, die d. In the Or
• ! pban's Court of Bradford County.
. ! The undersigned, an Auditor, appointed by said Court
to distribute the monies in the hands of the Adininistra-
I tor, will attend to Cue duties of his appointment at hi*
. office in Towanda Borough, on MONDAY, the 28th day
i JANUARY, IMGI, at 1 o clock p. m.. at which time and
f place all persons interested will present their claims or
be debarred from claiming any portion of said f-.md.
G. H. WATKIN9,
, Dec. 13, IS6O. Auditor.
,f "A EDITOR'S NOTICE.—/n the matter of
I Al. the estate of J. F. Chamb. rlin, alm'r of S. iT.
Riles, die'd vs. Il'm. Williams. In the Court of Con>-
i mon Pleas of Bradford County, No. 223, Sept. T. 1859.
The undersigned, an Auditor, appointed by said Court
i to distribute funds raised by Sheriff's Sale of real and
personal estate of defendent will attend to the duties of
• ! his appointment at his office in Towanda Borough, on
i SATURDAY, the 26th day of JANUARY, 1861, at 1
r o'clock, p. m., at which time and place all persons are
• requested to j>reent their claims or else be forever de
barred from said fund.
G. H WATKINB.
Dee. IS, Andftnr.