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local and general.
THE SPECIAL COURT is still in session. Its J
, „ TIRNE from its sitting on the 14th inst., has been
* COPIED in the trial of one cause— A. B. Smith vs. Sam- J
•gv-The friends of Rev. NATIIAN FELLOWS
F, him a donation visit, at the M. K. Parsonage, on
and evening of Tuesday, the 29th inst
il',,, public are respectfully invited to attend.
p A7BIOTIC .—The Lock llaven Watchman
that five military companies of Clinton county will
'T their services to preserve Washington city from
0 ullifiew. A company of fifty young men in Lock
llaven has been engaged for the same purpose.
HON THOMAS 11. BURROWES, as we informed,
. FT to attend the meeting of the Teachers' Asso-
T : OII at Athens, on the 2d and 2D of February next—
WE hope there will be a full attendance.
DISEASES of the Throat, Coughs, Colds Ac.,
R( . prevailing to an alarming extent in many townships
THROUGHOUT the County. An early resort to Medical re
, lE f IS absolutely required. Do not delay to seek advice
procure the appropriate remedies now being pre
pare,] at Dr. PORTER'S corner Drug Store, is suggested
STOLEN. The deer that was caught alive
In Hie river, and which was enjoying comfortable QUAR
TS in a barn down town— disappeared on Tuesday
night. SOME rascal with more love lor venison than
reverence for the law, broke through the bars of a win
,]„• AND conveyed bira to parts unknown. Should the
tl'iiet be FOUND lie will no doubt think it was dear meat.
To CORRESPONDENTS. —We have received a
number of communications, upon the affairs of the na- J
Tl„n which, though worthy, we are obliged to decline j
f„r want of space. Private opinion, even if ably ex
pressed in the present exciting times is of little value
in comparison with the the views of the leaders at the
seats of government, to whose acts and speeches wc de
sire to give publicity as far as our space permits.
HoßOiun OFFICERS. —At the Borough elec
tion held on the 18th inst., the following officers were
High Constable. —<1. 11 KATO*.
Constable—A- J ■ NOIII.K.
To.cn Council—C. I- WART. .1 AS. Met' ANA.
Umongh Auditor. —S. W. AI.VOBD.
Overseers of the Pooi-.-Y. K. I.ADD, WM. Mix.
School Directors —II •B- M'KEAN, D. A.OVEKTOX.
Alienor. —Geo. fc. fox.
Judge of Election —W. T. DA VIES.
Inspectors. —J. D. fiooDßNoroH, F. (J. COBURM.
5OI.I). —Some legal gentlemen in town hnv
i ing seen by the prospectus of a certain monthly that a
j frizeof a splendid Bible with one thousand illustrations
I mid l>c given for a certain ntimlior of subscribers, and
f a desire to find out what kind of a work it was, or
wing anxious to see the pictures, one of the number sent
en the requisite subscript ions,and in due tine the volume
Mine, it proved t> be a comm >:i cheap edition ; but
t!ie unkindest cut of all was in the illustrations, which
consisted of leaves from illustrated pages of the t'omic
Monthly. Yankee Motion, g-r„ placed between the pr
ges of the good liook. We can hardly sympathize with
the victimized, for we never did approve of people med- !
dliug with things they did'ut understand. j
Use 1 " The attention of Justices elected at
the late election is called to the provision of the law
passed by the Legislature of 1858, which provides that I
every person hereafter elected to the office of justice of .
the peace or alderman, shall, within thirty days alter the
election, if he intends to accept said office, give notice i
thereof to the prothonotary of the common pleas of the
I proper county, who shall immediately inform the secre
tin-of the commonwealth of said acceptance; and no ]
, amission shall issue until the secretary of the com- '
■.stealth has received the notice aforesaid.
SIUCH of the act of assembly as requires constables to 1
tend copies of the returns of the election of aldermen
a<i justices of the peace, to the governor of the coni-
N>in wealth, is repealed.
DOGS. —If Towanda is remarkable for one
:i>ing above all others it is in the number of its canines.
Whether this is tlie reason for its politicians having the
reputation for being dogmatical we can't say, tint that
they are the special pets of the Borough authorities we
must admit, for the park in front of the public buildings
seems to have been prepared solely for their convenience.
Not a day but everybody's dog in company with their
neighbors dngs assemb e there; big dogs and little
dogs, lean, thievish dogs, and honest looking dogs, dogs
that nolxidy owns and the inevitable " yaller " dog, and
other dogs,—besides which we have authority for saying j
that it this state of things continues there will also be
found a number of dead dogs. Petitions are being cir
culated in various parts of the County to obtain the
sanction of the Legislature for levying a tax upon dogs. .
Should such a law he passed it would be found to lie a
profitable source of revenue to our village, at least it is i
hoped that enough could be raised from the owners of I
decent animals to hira a man by the month to shoot the
worthless curs that nobody owns.
i HF.ADFORD C'o. MUSICAL ASSOCIATION. —This
I tsociation closed its Seventh Annual Convention on
I 'iday evening January 11, after a session ol four days. '
I H* Convention, all in all, was a decided success. The
"tendance during the first two days was perhaps not
T- te as large as some of its former sessions, but before
its close counted nearly the usual number. The class ex
'RRISES in musical training were well sustained and
PROVED highly successful and satisfactory. Indeed at no
' nventiou of the Association lias there been a better
impression left npon the minds of the members aud com
munity than that of the present. The benefits resulting
R R M these annual drills and exercises are too apparent
'"admit of further doubt or distrust. To the music of
" church and the family aud social circles they are in.
valuable aids. T
'T is now seven years since the organization of this
Association. Under its auspices it is believed that mil
"ical improvement has advanced it. this county at an un
precedented pace ; and still we are mere infants in knowl
edge of THIS most delightful of all sciences. With the
4 D of an association like this, founded and built upon
FIE united musical interests of our County, there can lac
"° D°NBT of final and glorious success. AS the harmony
' • sounds is the soul of music, so the harmony OF action
* T interests is the soni of success.
It I< but due to say that a very large share of the suc
ffw "f this Convention is mainly attributable to the able
fanner in which the exercises were conducted by Prof.
- I crkins. While there is no occasion or desire to
GREAT propriety he said that he has but few if any snpe-
RT R " AS A musical conductor and instructor.
Annual Concert of the Association came off on
AJ evening January 11th. Notwithstanding the
* storm which prevailed at the time, the association
O " Rl " R< 'l by as fine an audience as has assembled up
'_ R ™NCES were received witli most decided satisfaction,
WT re generally spoken of by the large number present
RIAF 0 ' 1 COMPLIMENTAR J LERRAK - THE thanks of the Asso
-1., C LRE 10 THE citizens of Towanda and vicinity
liberality upon this occasion.
Willik ''T*' 11 ' "® cers WERE elected for the ensuing year :
Mr IMI '' av ' e8 °' Towanda Borough, President;
dent, p P ' P ' of <>". P™
\K Secretary; D. S. Pratt Treasurer ,
H i r B ' Bsldwin . C-1- Herrick. C. Wilson.
\ T ' "°lhugh, and J. G. Towner Manager,.
TC!D AUHL"IR V€(l LHAT THE NC,T ONDAAL Convention be
of Tuwacda, to commence on the nth
I day of December 1861, and that the managers be In
structed to employ Prof. T. E. Perkins as conductor.
The Committee on resolutions repotted the following
j which were unanimously adopted f
Resolved. That our experience furnishes most ample
: evidence of the value of these annual drills to the great
j musical interests of our country. That while the stu
! dent returns to the family and social circle with mind
stored wltll the rich fruits flowing from them,—with faults
and habits corrected,—with taste and style improved
and purified, there is still a higher and nobler purpose
Attained through their instrumentality—the promotion of
a pure, intelligent and elevated praise in the sanctuary.
Resolved, That the members of this Convention most
cordially unite in opinion, that the system of instruction
and the manner of imparting the same by our present
gifted conductor, Prof. Theodore E. Perkins, are eminent
ly correct and successful and have our highest regard
and confidence ; and that we hereby tender to Prof. Per
kins our wannest acknowledgments for his urbane and
gentlemanly deportment, his earnest and untiring inter
est in our success, during the performance of his duties
upon this occasion.
Resolved. That having used the "Olive Branch" by
Cook A Perkins, we most cordially commend it to the
attention of Schools, Choirs and Churches, as a musical
work of superior merit aud excellence, and most happily
adapted to supply a serious want in the music of the con
Resolved, That we recommend the "Musical Pioneer"
to the support and patronage of all interested in musical
advancement in this county.
Resolved, That the thanks of this Convention be ten
der ed to Mrs. G. H . Estcll, tor her kindness in furnishing
her tiue piano for its use.
Resolvttl, That the thanks of this Convention lie ten
dered to the Commissioners of Bradford County for the
use of the Court House.
At Forkston, on Wednesday. January 9, by Elijah Fas
sett. Esq., Mr. EDWIN FOKD, of Pike, to Miss LU
CINA K. FASSETT, of Rush, Susquehanna county.
At St. Matthew's Church, Pike, Bradford C0.,0n the 21st
inst., by the Rev. B nj. J. Douglas, LEVI W. WELLS
to HELEN SUSAN, daughter of Edward Jones Esq.
In Wysox. on the 19th inst. of Consumption, Dr. GEORGE
| H. MORGAN, aged 25 years.
The Oxygenated Bitters.
Tlie qualities of this medicine has placed it upon an
imperishable foundation. In destroying disease, and in
ducing health, it has no parallel.
For the following Complaints these Bitters area Speci
fic, viz -.—Dyspepsia, or Inligeston,Heart Burn, Acidity
Costireness, I.ass of Appetite. Headache, and (leneral
In many sections of our country this preparation is ex
tensively used by physicians in their practice, and it
seems to have restored many to health who were appar- |
ently beyond the reach of the healing art.
Remarkable Case of an Aged Person.
IticiiMosn, TIOGA CO. Pa, Aug. 2.1,1858.
! Messrs S. W. FOWI.E A Co.,
Gentlemen.—After suffering for thirty years with Dys
pepsia. and trying many remedies recommended for that
I disease without any good result. I was induced by Dr. F.
H. White to give the OXYGENATED BITTERS a trial I took
two bottles, which gave me much relief; I concluded to
try two more, which have nearly or quite effected a cure.
I am now nearly seventy five years of age, and tor three
' mouths past have eaten my food without experiencing
the slightest inconvenience or suffering; and it is with
pleasure that 1 recommend your remedy to dyspeptics,
FROM DR. WHIEE
M ANSEIEI.I), TIOGA 0., Pa., Aug 26, 1858.
I have used the OXVOKNATKII HITTERS in my practice
with decided success in debility and general prostration
Ac., and confidentially recommend it in general debility 1
and diseases ot the digestive organs.
Prepared bySETH W. FOWI.E A CO., Boston, and for !
sale by J. G. PATTON and Dr H. C. PORTER, Towanda :
1 The Drug Store, Smithfield ; JOHN - MATHER, Ulster; G.
A. PERKINS, Athens; J. F. LONG A SONS, Burlington;
I D. N. NEWTON. Monroeton ; I>. I). PAKKHUKST, Leßoy.
I.ocKWOon A BENEDICT, Alba ; GI'ERNSKY A MITCUKLI., |
Troy ; J. W. WOODBCR.N A Co., Rome ; S. N. BKO.NSON,
I orweil; D. AD. M. BAILEY, Leßaysville, and by dealers
AT JOHN SHLAM'S,
EVERY UNION MAN should recollect'
that he can buy Clothing
15 PER CENT CHEAPER
| at JOHN SHLAMS than at any other establishment in ;
Pennsylvania. Please eome in and try to sati.-fy yourself
before you purc-ase elsewcere. He will keep u good as
BLACK FROCK COATS,
BLACK FROCK COATS, BLACK FROCK COATS,
BUSINESS COATS, BUSINESS COATS,
j GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,]
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Ba~ Cash paid for Furs and Sheep Pelts.
S. OSBORN, Salesman.
Remember the place. Next door to H. S.Mercnr'
j Dry Goods Store.
Towanda, Jan. 3, 1861.
GET THE LATEST NEWS!
THE New \ ork Dalies.—The New York I
Tribune, Herald Times and ll'orld. I will furnish i
any of the above papers at 15 cents per week , or singla
copies for sale. Farmers who want the latest news, will
always find a supply at the News Room of
A . F. COWLES.
Now is the time to subscribe for the
THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
A Club is now leing formed for the New York Weekly
Tribune, at Cowle's New Room, only One Dollar a year.
All who want this paper will please call in soon, as shall
send on the names immediately.
Towanda, Jan. 3, 1861.
IT. Y. E. RAIL ROAD.
CIHANGE of hours, commencing MONDAY, Nov. 26,
/ 1860. Trains will leave Waverly at about the follow
ing hours, viz ;
GOING WEST. GOING EAST.
Dunkirk Express. .5.33 P. M,'N. Y.Express. .11.28 A. M
Night Express 3.50 A. M.lXight Express. 1.25 A.M.
Mail 8.10 P. M (Mail 7.45 A. M.
Mail 8.42 A. M.l Mail 4.20 P.M.
Express Freight... 6.00 P. Mi Fast Freight... 9.07 A.M.
Fast Freight 11.32 A. M.; Way Freight... 6.05 P.M.
Way Freight.... 8.15 A.M.I
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 Binghamton.
CHARLES MINOT, General Snp.
THE Subscribers bavin? leased this well
known Hotel for a term of years, would inform their
friends and the traveling public, that they will be most
happy to accommodate all who may favor them with a
call. It will be the aim of the present proprietors to
make the WARD HOCSE at once comfortable, pleasant
and cheerful. Yours Truly,
Jan. 17,1861. POWELL & SMITH.
HRUICK respectfully informs the people
• of Towanda and vicinity, that he is prepared for
giving LESSONS ON THE PIANO. Also that he
Tunes and Repairs Pianos
npon reasonable terms, and insures perfect satisfaction j
Rooms in Bender's Bindery, sonth end of Ward House.
Dec. 6th, 18*60. 3m.
LIST OF JURORS drawn for Febrnnry
Asylum—9. McKearr latpoite, John Braund.
Athens township—King Hulett.
Burlington west—Jehial Mi Kean.
" township—Bollister Compton.
Canton—B. S. Porter,
Monro*- township—Orrin Suicsr.
Pike—Henry L. Stevens, Wm. B. Btevr>, Jeukln Da
Ridgbury- Hiram Dewey.
Sylvania boro—Silas Smith.
Standing Stone—Charles Sill.
Springfield -John Harkness.
Terry—E. J. Shepard.
Towanda boro'—James 11. Phinny.jr.
Ulster—J. C. Burnside, John Mather.
Warren Samuel Lyon.
TRAVERSE JURORS —L*F mefli.
Athens township—George Burch&rd.
" boro'—James Peters.
Burlington—E Guyer, Stephen Dood, L W Swartwood.
Canton—J S Reynolds.
Columbia—John Morgan, P A Palmer.
Orwell—E M Farrar, Isaac Marsh.
Pike—H G Gage.
Rome—J W Woodburne,
Standing Stone—Joel Tuttle.
Smithfield—Henry Phelps, James 11 Wbb.
Shesbequin— Franklin Blackmail.
Troy boro'—l A Pierce.
" township—L. G. Van horn, Wni S Dobbins.
Terry—M T Slattery
Towanda township—Silas Shiner.
" boro'—Chester Wells, D C Hall.
Ulster—James McQueen, S B Galusha.
Wysox—M H laming.
Wyalusing—L M Hewitt.
Windham—James Ellsworth, jr.
Warren—Otis Hamilton, Jackson Arnold, Howell How
ell, Jacob 1' Rogers.
TRAVERSE JURORS — 2d week.
Athens township—William Stone, L T Weller.
bon>'—W H Fritcher.
Armenia—John Touilinson, John B Morgan.
Burlington west—Joseph Foulke.
Columbia—Joseph N Wordeu.
Granville—Calvin W Churchill, Win Shoemaker, John
I^Roy—Levi Palmer, Coryell Morse.
Pike—S. B Stevens.
I Smithfield—lra C Bullock. Lark Bird.
] Shesbequin— George Rogers, L S Kingsbury, Manson
Springfield—Wilson Smith, Edward Voorhis, Homer
Tuscarora—Robert Montgomery, Hiram Shumway.
Troy township—John McKean, C M Pomeroy.
Wyalusing—Burton Lewis, Gascon Taylor, Walter
Wysox— George Granger.
Wells—C C Updyke.
:NOY. '-24, 186a
CONSISTING OF EVERY VARIETY, STYLE AND
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
| PRINTS ANI) GINGHAMS,
! BOOTS &c SILOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
CROCKERY. HARDWARE, Etc,
Feeling confident that we are now prepared to meet
fhe wants of ALL, he would call ihe attention of tlie
public to our
which will 1.0 sold at greatly reduced prices for CASH oi
Nov. 29. I*6o. _ TRACY A MOORE.
VV I KEGS N AlLS—Just roeoivptl nt
WW [ Nov. 29 ] TRACY A MOORE'S.
j pAIXTS, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY at
J- TRACY .V MOORE'S.
SJHAI), MACKINAW, CODFISH. &c.j
0 at TRACY A MOORE'S.
ALL persons indebted to the subscriber as
late Register, Recorder and Clerk of the Orphan's
Court in and for the county of Bradford, are notified that
tliey can settle and pay said accounts at the Recorder's
Office, at any time before or during the first wok of Feb
ruary court, and such (if any) as may then remain un
paid. will be placed in the hands of persons for collec
tion. JAMES H. WEBB.
IICENSKS. —Notice is hereby ?iven that
J tlie following named persons have filed in the office
01 the Clerk of the Court of Quarter Sessions, their peti
tions for license under the existing laws of this Common
wealth, and their several applications will be heard be
fore the Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions, on
Monday, the 4th day of February next, at 2 o'clock In
the afternoon of said day :
FOR A. TAVERN.
A. A. Noble Monroe township.
John M Pike Athens borough
Ann Whalon Wysox township.
H. M. Holcomb la-Roy township.
J. W.Tav10r.....' Franklin township.
Hiram Sherry Windham township.
J. M. Reed Wysox township.
T. Hines Wyalusing township.
John Howard " "
Sames Malory Granville township.
J. W. Clark Athens township.
L. T. Royse Burlington township.
C. W. Northrop Pike township.
Powell A Smith Towanda borough,
G. H. Estell
John Wilson Windham township
O. S. Morse Leßoy townahip.
Stephen Felton Towanda Borough.
T. L. Woodruff. Ridgbury Township.
Michael Walsh Athens borough.
E.G. GOODRICH, Clerk.
Clerk's office, Jan. 17. 1861.
A LARGE SUPPLY of Dried Peaches,
Berries, Apples and Prunes, constanlv on hand at
ALL the FAT and nicely dressed POUL
TRY, in Bradford County. A nice article, with
Empty m Crops, will bring good prices in CASH or Gro
ceries, at PATCH'S,
-owanda, Nov. 27, 1860.
To Whom it may Concern!
ALL persons having unsettled accounts, notes, or judg
ments, with the late firm of J. WOODBURN A CO.
that is now in the hands of the subscriber, must be paid
immediately, in order to save cost.
L. L. MOODY.
Rome. Nov. 1,1860.
ALL THE WELL DRESSED, YOUNG
CHICKENS, GEESE and TURKEYS, at No. 1,
Patton's Block, corner oi Main and Bridge st.
Dec. 13,1860. WM. A. ROCKWELL.
HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED THE SECOND LARGE '
STOCK FOR THE SEASON, OF
PALL & WINTER
WHERE WILL RE FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF
S3!L IIS, BASSmiIS&&S
WORSTED DRESS GOODS,
GLOVES & HOSIERY,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
CLOTHS, CASSIHE AND
HATS &c CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,I
I CROCKERY, &c.
CARPETS, FLOOR OIL CLOSES,
DRUGGETTS, MA TTRESSES,
MA TTS, PATER HANGINGS,
Tli ANS PA R ENT II EN
BROCCATELLS & DAMASKS,
TABLE AND PIANO COVERS,
Bleached and unbleached Table Damask,
White Damask. Table Cloths all sizes.
Napkins. Towel, Diapers,
and Embroidered Curtain Muslins,
Hose Blankets, Counterpanes,
l'illow Case Linens, Sheeting.
Aud I'illow-Ccase Muslins,
LOOKING GLASSES, AC.
Just received at tho
To which special attention is invited.
Begs to announce that he li s on hand and is constantly
receiving from the Manufacturers,
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS,
of the latest styles and most approved patterns. He
would respectfuliy invite the attention of the ladies to
them, and also to a large stock of BKOCHH LHAWLS
at half their value.
All the desirable colors of double, single, and split Zeph
yrs, and Shetland wool will always be found at the
AT PANIC PRICES.
JUST OI'EXED AT THE KEYSTONE STOHE, A
I, A HOE STOCK OF
Purchased during the present panic, much below their
market value, and are offerep for sale correspondingly
low. [Nov. 2!, 1860.]
BAJOU'S KID CLOVES.
All sizes, in colors, black and white, of these celebrated
Gloves will always be found at the KEYSTONE STORE.
PRICK.— Ladies, SI.OO ; Gents, $1,25.
Chintz-Patterns and East Colors,
Worth 20 cents per yard, now for sale at ONE SHIL
LING per yard, at the
BUTTER, EGGS,\ POULTRY\
Dried Apples, Dried Raspberries,
WHITE BEANS ! !
And Game, at
I in KEGS.
in C ANS.
In LARGE PAPERS.
In SMALL PAPERS,
SNUFF, Black and Yellow,
Ac., Ac.. at Wholesale aod Retail, by
Dec. 20. C. B. PATCH.
OBOUIfD PEPPER, ~~
ALLSPICE, Cinnamon, Cloves, Cayenne
Pepper, Mustard Ginger, Coffee, Beards and Cura
ings' pureast of each, for sale cheap by
Dee. 20. C. B. PATCH.
SOMSTBZIirO NEW :
IHAYE an article of TEA, jast from Jap"!
an. a splendid article, call and look at it.
N. B—-The beet stock ot and Green TEAS in
IN' PRICES OF
The subscrilier offers his very Large Stock of Boots of
his own manufacture and also his Extensive 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 muke 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 fine assort
which I will sell at bargains, in order to close that
branch of my business.
FOUR TONS BOONETON NAILS,
CAST STEEL SHOVELS,
MAN ERE FORKS,
&c., &c. f
Dec. 1,1969. J. D. HUMPHREY.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST PLACE
WELL MADE AND GOOD FITTING
MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING,
IS AT SOLOMON'S
HAVING just received one of the largest Stocks of
Fall and Winter Clothing that has ever been offered :
in this market before, which will be sold at greatly re
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Black D. B. A S. B. Broadcloth Frock Coats.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Fancy Beaver Doeskin and Silk mixed Cassimere Coats
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Cassimere,Union and Sattinet Business Coats.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
i Tweed and Kentucky Jean and Cottouade Coats.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Black Doeskin, Cassimere, Union and Sattinet Pants.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Harrison's Cassimere, Silk mixed and Plain Pants.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Fancy Union Satinet and others, Coats.
GREAT hARGAINH IN
Plain and Fancy Silk Velvet Vests.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Matilais Plain und Eaucy Silk Vests.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Harrison's Cassimere, Silk Mixed and Black Vests.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Y-neia, Cotton Velvet and Plu-h Vests.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Fancy, Union, Sattiuet and Farmer's Satin Vests.
One of the largest stocks of OVERCOATS, consisting
of Beaver. Pilot, Sealskin. Petersham, Lionskin. Black
of all qualities, and a large assortment of New Styles.
Also one of the Largest Stocks of Gents Furnishing
Goods, which will be sold 25 per cent, cheaper than else
where. Call before you buy and examine my stock, as
you can be suited better and at lower figures.
Remember the place, M. E. SOLOMON'S
September 27,1860. Towanda, Pa.
LINCOLN TO BE ELECTED.
"YET f.ll these seem only to increase the
-L business aud prosperity of the Old Foundry and
(South side of Pine st., one door East of H. S. Mer
The undersigned would call the attention of all con
cerned to the tact, that he is prepared to do, and will ex
ecute all work entrusted to him with dispatch, and in the
most workman-like manner.
FITTING l'P MILL IRONS, REPAIRING STEAM
ENGINES, from the simplest to the most complicate, in
any of their parts, and WARRANTED to give satisfac
PLOWS always on band of the most approved pat
terns, wooded in the most substantial manner.
Having recently added considerably to his facilities for
doing work, and employing experienced workmen in
every department, he is confident that he can satisfy all
who favor him with their patroiiage.
Towanda. Oct. 15, 1860.
BOOKS AND STATIONARY?
(SUCCESSOR TO O. D. BARTLETT.)
AT THE OLD STAND ! !
HAVING purchased the entire Sioek of
Books and Stationary, Paper Hangings, Ac., Ac.
of O. D. Bartlett. to which has been adced a large assort
ment of everything in the line of BOOKS A STATION
ARY, making as large and complete an assortment as
can be found in the county. 1 invite my friends aud the
public to call and examine for themselves.
Mv stock consists of SCHOOL BOOKS, MISCELLAN
EOUS LITERATURE, HISTORYS A BIOGRAPHY'S.
RELIGIOUS WORKS. A large assortment of BLANK
BOOKS, of all shape and size, and as low as can be had
at any other establishment. Also, a fine lot of BIBLES,
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 the
I still continue the NEWS-ROOM, and have constantly
on hand all the Daily and Weekly papers, standard
Monthly Magazines, Thompson's Bank Note Reporter,
Monthly and Semi-Monthly. Also. Greely's Political
Text Book. Subscriptions received for the Weekly Tri
bune, Genesee Farmer, Ac.. Ac, It shall be my aim to
sell everything at the lowest rates. All I ask is that my
friends and citizens throughout the county will give me
a call before buying elsewhere, and 1 think I can please
them both as to price and quality. I shall lie continually
adding to my stock and intend to keep on hand the lar
gest assortment that can be found in the county.
Remember the place, at O. D. Harriett's old stand.
Towanda, Get. 15, 1860. A. F. COWI.ES.
THE undersigned having purchased the above well
known mills and attached to it a Steam Engine, and
also put every thing connected with it in perfect repair,
with all the modern improvements now in use in tirst
class Flouring Mills—would respectfully solicit the pa
tronage of the community—trusting that the reputation
the mill has heretofore borne may not sutler in the hands
of the new tirm. It shall be our aim to do all work en
trusted to us promptly aud in the best possible m nner.
Customers from a distance may rely upon having their
work done at once, so as to make but one trip " to mill.''
Mr. FROST will continue to give his own personal at
tention to the business at the mill.
CASH paid for all kinds of GRAIN ; also Flo Hr. Meal
and Feed for sale at the lowest market prices.
MYER, FROST A CO.
ISAAC MYKR J. O. FROST E. T. FOX.
NORTH TCWAKDA, Oct. 6. 1858.
1 EXECUTOR'S NOTlCE.— Notice is here
J bv given, that all persons indebted to the estate of
ELEA/SER WRIGHT, late of Litchfield tp., deceased,
are hereby requested to make payment without delay ;
and all persous having claims against said estate will
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
Jan. 1,1861. Executors.
THE present depressed state of the Money
Market having had the effect to place many kinds of
Goods within the reach ot CtuK buyers, at much lower
prices 'han heretofore, the undersigned begs to give no
tice that be has availed himself of this reduction, to a
large extent within the past ten days and is now offering
many hargains snch as have heretofore never been equall
• ed in this market.
. Dec. 10, 1860. _ JOSEPH POWELL.
TRIBUNE almanac, for ism, at
A r. COIVLFA
I HAVE Just received from the Cilv, a
Large Stock of
l IMPORTED PI KE LIQUORS,
of every variety. My stock of LIQUORS lias been pur
chased for CASH, directly from the Importers, whereby
lam enabled to furnish Farmers for the approaching
Harvest. a Superior and I'ure article of Liquor, of any
kind whatever, at LOWER PRICES than were ever Lw
tbre offered in To wan da.
; Will And it greatly to their advantage to examine my
j stock before purchasing elsewhere. 1 have facilities for
purchasing, which enables me to WHOLESALE my
goods at New York
Besides my Liquors are warranted pure and unadulter
ated. I have also on hand the Largest Stock and Ureat
j 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 of tha
city. Hotel keepers and others are respectfully invited
to an examination of my entire stock of Liquors, Cigar*
i and Tobacco. Also,
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, less than like good*
j can be purchased this side of the City, I respectfully eo
' licit the public to an examination at No. 5, Brick Row.
H. W. NOBLE.
Towanda, June 14, 1860.
CODDING & lII'SSELL
HAVE purchased the large and well known establish
ment of D. C. Hall, and are now receiving from New
York, the largest and must complete assortment of
! ever offered for sale in this market, which will he sold
! CHEAP for Cash or appoved Credit.
We have a large and well selected stock of t\ ood and
Coal COOKING STOVES, every variety of pattern and
stvle of Parlor, Dining-Room. Six-Plate, and Cylinder
Stoves, which we can. and will sell as cheap as can be
I purchased in this or any adjoining county. Also a full
1 and complete assortment of
IRON AND STEEL,
Nails and Glass. Paints and Oils House Trimmings, Car
riage Trimmings. Springs. Iron Axels and Boxes, of
all sizes, Carpenters and Joiners Tools, Black,
smiths Tools, Cross-cut, Circular and Mill
Saws, Table and Pocket
mLZZ GL7 9
of every description.
Pumps, Lead-Pipe, Chain Pumps and Tubes.
lilt 11 T%\.\1.4 AMD 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
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 notb
om~ One door south of Tracy and Moore and Powell'*
I Block, Main street, CODDING & RUSSELL.
JOHN A. CODDINU, )
c. s. Kl ssKLi.. f Towanda. Sept. 21,1860.
1 STOVES! STOVES!
HAVING lately returned from the city
. where we have purchased for CASH a large as
sortment of STOVES, of all varieties and sizes suited to
1 this locality, we are prepared to sell Cheap for Cash or
approved credit. e would cull especial attention to the
• j celebrate d Coal Stove
the perfection of arrangement for burning coal. We are
also casting and setting up in our own Foundry, a num
her ot kinds of excellent ('OoKING STOVES, and BOX
STOVES for SCHOOL-HOUSES and SHOPS.
Persons who fear to purchase imported Stoves on ac
count of broken plates. Ac..can get just as good of Homo
Manufacture. Our assortment taken a whole, is th
Largest and Most Complete ever ottered for sale in this
market. We also manufacture and keep constantly on
i hand, a full assortment of
j and will make to order any thing trom a Telescope up—
j to a Sausage Machine !
i **-('all and examine for yourselves, and you will Ixs
. j satisfied that there is something in the world yet, besides
■ j Towanda, Aug. 30, 1860.
1 N. B.—Our Tin Store is on Main street, south store In
i | Mercur's Block.
Hardware and Stove Store.
RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of
Sullivan County, and the public generally, that lie
has commenced bus n-ss in DUSHORE, where he has
just received a very expensive stock of
of every style avid pattern, adapted for burning Coal or
Wood, which will be sold as low as any other place this
side of Albany or New York. The attention of those
desiring to purchase Stoves is particularly directed to
my assortment, which is especially adapted to the wants
of* this sertion ot the country, and will be sold lower
than can be purchased this side of Albany or New York.
I believe 1 can offer greater inducements than any other
establishment in the country. Also,
Hardware, Iron, Steel, Nails, Glass,
PAINTS AND OILS,
House and Carriage Trimmings,
SPRINGS, IRON AXLES ft BOXES, of all sizes. Car
penter's and Joiner's Tools. Blacksmith's Tools. Cross-
Cut, Circular and Mill SAWS,TabIe and Pocket Cutlery.
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.
gf-Grain. Old Iron, Copper. Britannia, Brass, Bees
wax and Feathers, taken in exchange for goods.
Having had many years' experience in the business. I
am confident I can make it the interest of purchasers to
give me a call. My goods will be bought at the lowest
rates, and sold at corresponding prices. All manufactur
ed articles will be made front the bet materials, aud by
competent workmen,and will be warranted.
D. C. HALL.
I Onshore, Oct. 23, 1860.
AND THE rUKCHASE MONKY WII.L BE rAID TO AI.L TCK
MAZm mZZWI-tJWL ■. 99m
Celebrated Family Seteing .Machines,
N'OW for sale at the Towanda Agency, far returning
them, if after one month's trial they do not prove
| satisfactory. These Machines have been thoroughly test
-1 ed in this County during the past year, arid was awsrd
i ed the first premium at the State Fair at Wyoming, and
| we only ask now that all wanting a first class Sewing
] Machine to try tbem.
Five thousand of these machines have been already
sold in differeut portions of the country, and the satis
faction that thev invariably give warisintees in making
r the above liberal affer.
We can refer to a large number who are using those
machines, in their families, in the different towns of thia
County, for a list of which see another column.
Great inducements are offered to local Agents, (or eth
er counties in this state.
W All orders by mail or express will receive prompt
attention. Persons not having the foil amount can be
accommodated with fhort credit.
B. f. SHAW, Towanda, Pa.