Bradford reporter. (Towanda, Pa.) 1844-1884, June 27, 1861, Image 3
LOCAL AND GENERAL, -a- NO PAPER NEXT WEEK.— In order to U bands" an opportunity to celebrate the coming ® TE arv of our National Independence, no paper will ?' S f lbU oflk * WXt ,reek - 0 " Belt iIWUe WiU WTT E. OVERTON, Jr., Esq , has been op- OMU D Notary PublU, at this place, vice H. B. McKzax REl ijnd. -a- We understand that the " Franklin - received over one hundred dollars at their Festi- JTON TH-rsday evening last. JGY Small BILLN on different Pennsylvania are in circulation in thin place. They are very J BAODY T" making CHANGE- There is a " perfect jam" of Canal; AT thU place, waiting for loading, and the number j RL lv increasing- Some fliteen or twenty left here emp " last week, for P.tUton. Barclay coal is in great dc- this season. POLE RAIMSO.— At Mountain Lake School House, near E. NICHO.'S. in Burlington on Sat- Dl y JUNE 29th. AT 1 o'clock, P. M. A general mveta tion is extended to all Union-loving citizens. Good speak ers WILL HE IN attendance. ggy \ n examination of the classesconnect . w th the Susquehanna Collegiate IN.titata, will take place "iu the oratory of the ins-itution. on Thursday, Fri- LV and Monday. June 27th. and 28th. and July Ist. The annual commencement exercises will be held m the Presbyterian Church, on Tnesd cy even tug July 2d. The public are particularly lUV.ted to attend these ex- J ercises- j , THE S C-* QUKHANNA COLI.EGIATK IXSTI- j .-TS Towaxna.— The piesent able and efficient Princi- j V \' LT of the above Inst.tute. having concluded to leave at j UE close of the present term, for the purpose ol complet- j IN; their owa TUeulogical studies, tiie friends of the In j (Uute WILL BE pleased to lea RE that measures will be iin- | aediately taken to secure an able principal and compe J ua'- assistants, that the school exercises may be resuin- - tue uiuai vacation. lU'SAWAT. —A horse belonging to Dr. j REIRR. attached to a covered buggy, took it into his head, one DAY LAST week to tiy his speed without the aid of a DRIVER. He started tro"U the Doctor's barn on Second st ., B J rushed down the hill to Main street at a tearful rate, LA rnaaiag the turn he ran iuto the Court House yard fence, damaging the vehicle considerably. No farther Injury WAS done, we belii ve. GAG- TFSTITAI.. —The ladies of this place will I : VOW grand Strawberry Festival and Promenade Concei t, I; the Court Houae. this (Wednesday) evening, for the lENTLU of th# Bradford Volunteers. Ihe proceeds will UC devoted to purchasing summer clothing, and other neces- | urv articles, of which our men stand very much in need. . The ladies will be glad to see all who leel au interest in tins ereHt cause. Admission, 10 cts. * TAT" GOT TNR.irt COMHI-SIONS — Tiie Union Guards. Home GUR.ids, and Goodrich Guards, of this place, were organized last w-ck by the Brigade Inspec | lor, and the officers of each c< nupny received tiieir com- : mi-kion from the Governor. VVC understand that these' three Comuanie.siiold tliemselvcs in readiness to respond - to a cil from the Govern r, and march fit an hour's no iic—it* a Li£ Lorn. The II nrt isI IIR<E Telegraph, of Jtitte 10th. has the following : " B'e bad the pleasure of a csi I 'rem Maj. J. C'L'U* this morning, from Towanda, Bradford I •• uty. I'a. The Major KJlE.'ks in tiie moat enthusiastic I NS OR the Union feeling iu the Gibralter of Republican- F nin tbe North, old Bradford county, and says that throughout that entire region of the State, volunteer com ptnies are forming and drilling, in order to be ready to RTVOND to another appeal for men from the President ot the United States, should it become necessary to make •uch A call." Z&" Here is a pretty PNOD tliinjr, which drifts from the " spicc islands in the *ea of newspaper literature," entitled KCKAt B.I.rTrnKS. IF;, .vrret at dewy eve to rove. When softly sighs the western breeze ; /.nd wandering 'mid the tsrl-t grove To lake A pinch ot snuiT and sneeze 'Ti sweet to see IN DAI.-i"D fields The flocks and herds their pleasure take ; But sweeter are tbe JOYS tliev yield In tender chop and jui aleak. • 'Ti sweet to hear tbe M rmnring sound TLl.it from tiie vocal woods doth ll*e, To mark the pigeons wheeling round. And think how nice they'd be iu pie#. ZIJJR I> B. ANDREWS Ensign of Co. 11., 23d (YEW L'nrk) Regiment, writ ng to the Repubican Ran twr, of Cortland, pays the following flattering as well as latrited compliment to E'rs. S. Cttt'KciiKi.L and W'H. A. LIINIT.L. Surgeon and Asista it Surgeon of the Regiment : - Among the mviy good streaks of fortune with which wßegiment has lieeu tavored, not last nor least is the rxiutnient ot our Medical Staff, L)rs. Cncutitn.l. and lioitc. Not every one, by t leir skill, kindness, and uni" H-m success have so honored their profession. Always '.'ant at the call of duty. their unrea-ing ?ff- irts show Imw ID - iotis was their selection. A-ide from tbeir official t*. they are both gentlemen of the A. No. 1 variety, Mdihe frank salutation and aindly smiie of either would ATKE a rheum itisra tremble and put an army of ails to I:ght. More skillful practitioners are " very rare" and TRY scarce. Truer gentlemen I have never kaown, and J LSDER friends I never expect to meet." * TBR Citizens of Eastern Bradford ! Arouse ! I Awake! Defend your liberties ! Tbe 85th Anniversary ' TF American Independence, ill be celebrated at Leßays- J TITLE. July 4th, 1861. Orition BY JAOOB PFAVITT Esq., of Tunkbannock, and I Address by G. H. W'ATKIMS. L-Dq., of Towanda, will k delivered. Leßaysviile Brass Ban 1 has been engaged for tbe j •crasion. 1 "ner will be provided by O. W. NottTnitor, of the ; FOUNTAIN House, and XKLSON ROSS, of the Leliaysvillc Blase. A PRORESSION will be forme 1 on tbe rubl e Square, at j T-U clock, A. M., under tbe direction of the Marshal of FIT day. G.W, RNIKK. Esq., 1 Dr. B. PKWITT, - Committee. Rev. E. P. KOBKKTS. ) YOCB LOCAL PRESS —An CX ";e HA* the following very sensible remarks : The lo ■ press i< EMJ.hatically the representative and the expo °'' OCA! interests, wants and WISHES of each commit- j * 'Y n<J ON ITS energy and watchfulness the community - - W mainly rely. Each community should first see that ; •' -ORAL NRE-S JS POT upon a firm and SUBSTANTIAL footing, j ' CAN ON Y be done by a steady and liberal patronage. 1 A PEOPLE commit no greater error than tbat of permit- ] V -heir LOCAL press to lung tisb by reason of an inade I, 1 ' ""FFFIIRT. Never say that your home paper i* small E ~ Diking, give it tbe support to which it is ~.' LL WL " W>Urged and improved, so as to la >"■ ' T *P E, -BITIONSAIID wants of tbe community R^ W "'DI itUJocated. Pufdishers are always lilral in ®F th" : 10 A IU * RAL P RIT by the improvement IJJ !R HAR ' ERI M AN appreciation of such liberality. VIP , M ,' D 10 ULTE BTT ONE P A P ER * TB#T "Bonld l- llO ? paper, in order TO KP WMSLF PASTOD INTHE Hl* OAORTV. #ajr DROWNED. —We learn tbat SIMEON ] BIIOLUMAN, a sou of HENRY BEIDLEMAK, of the town of j Chemung, N. Y., aged about ten years, was drowned on j Tuesday, while bathing in the river. la seems the de ceased and another boy went into the river to bathe, 1 when young BKIOLUIAN got out into deep water,and be ing unable to swim, immediately went down. His body was shortly atterwards recoveicd, but not in time to re suscitate liie. S®- The following is a " fragment of a let' ter" from Camp Curtin, dated June 21st: Ma. CoouKicH, Lear Sir : —Perhaps the readers of the Riporttr are led to think from the absence of any com* I muuication from here ol late, tbat we are uot doing any thing, if so they can congratulate themselves, for they have hit the truth exactly. By not doiiig anything, Ido not mean that we are entirely idle, for that would Ue do ing iujustice to our worthy Captain's exertions in getting us up every moruing with the sun and putting us through the evolutions at regular hours iu the day, but doing nothing of what is the soldier's ambition—wearing a uni* form, handling a weapon, and enjoying nothing of the es prit du corps belonging to a well uniformed and equipped company. Yet, notwithstanding the delay, ragged clothes and diappoiutments. the boys are all iu good spir. Its, trusiiug in the Lope that though the old Common wealth, whose honor they are bound to maintain, is slow, that she may prove herself sure. The Camp has under gone but little change since lutt I wrote, but all for the better. Under the command of Col. BIDDLE, of I'uila ' delphia, who succeeded Cul. SRI LEU, in the command of the Camp, more attention is paid to cleanliness, the grounds being raked and swept every morning. Some think there is such a thing as carrying cleanll less too far, when they ure prohibited from using straw to sleep upon, as is the ease in barracks which have floors in them.but a majority have,concluded that a hemlock board and a blanket is just the nicest thing in the world for a bed, when they have'ut any other. The rations issued are sufficient and of a good quality, and the punctual atten | dance of th# boys at meal times, testifies to the skill of j the cooks of the two messes in which our Company Is j divided. | Orders have just come for, the Ist and 2d Regiments to 1 march immediately to Cumberland, Md. We go with the : Id, Col. SIMEONS. The Camp is all excitement. Excuse | 'he remainder of this letter till you hear lrom us below, i The boys are all enthusiasm. Good-bye. | I*. S.— CAMFBEX-L 'S Artillery go with us. Yours, iu haste, S. 3icto Stttomfscmcitts. IWO O L CARD ING AND C LOT II | v V DRESSING.--We are now ptepaied to do the i above work at the FACTORY IN CAMPTOWN. as usual. H. B. & JOE. S- INGHAM. Camptown. June 26,1861 4t SUGAR. TEA AND COFFEE. IN great variety, for sale cheap. We warrant every j p .und of Tea we sell, at FOX'S. PODFLSH, MACKEREL. SALMON, ! VJ Shad, Whitefish, and Trout, for sale cheap at | Towanda, Jui e 26. IKtft. FOX'S. ISOAI* ! SOAP!—The liest assortment of Toilet. Chemical and Common Bar Soap, at Towanda, June 26, IS6I. FOX'S. PX TRACTS FOR FLAVORING ~U F j ii the best marks, much cheaper than usual, at Towanda, Jnne 2a, lt'il. FOX'S. PURE CIDER VINEGAR, at FOX'S^ I FIGS, PRUNES RAISINS. J. Dates, Tamarinds, Oranges, unu ail kinds of Nuts, at FOX'S. INDEPENDENCE PAI.L, j ,\t the Standing Stone Hotel. *ksW/r%a--"- THURSDAY KV li.N I NO. inly 4.1m>1 • Dancing Room Tracy's llali. Music—STEVENS,DA VIES I & BENNETT. i Bill $2,00. ISAAC HOWELL.Proprietor. / — Whereas my wife, LOVICA, I \_y has left my bed and board without any just cau-eor (provocation, 1 hereby forbid oil persons harboring or 1 trusting her on my account, as i will pay no debts of her j contracting alter this date. FRANKLIN SWEET, j Monroeton. June 7. IMsl—ij ; A DMINI SI" 11A TO R'S N OL'C E—Not KE 1 is herehv given that all i ersons indebted to the es ! tate of JONATHAN HUSH, dee'd.. late of Columbia tp.. I are hereby requested to nutke payment without delay. and ail persons having demands against said estate will i present them duly authenticated lor settieinen'. ISRAEL A. PIERCE, i Jnr.e 13. 1861. Administrator. ~~txSI;ET~ FORWARD ! MARCH! TO Tll2 i XEAVS ROOM! | Where You can gel the Latest News INI) IF YOU WANT TO KEEP TY well posted on the events that are passing before the American people, jut ask lor one of THE ILLUS TRATED PAPERS. They are really worth double the price we ask lor them. And while you ate there you may as well get a MAP showing all the important poir.t in the country. Or, you may want to write to your triends. and yon can get tile vei v latest style of PATRI OTIC NOTE PAPER AND ENVELOPES. Sif- Come and see what we have got. and satisfy your selves. Don't forget the place—THE MEWS ROOM. Townnd a. June 12. lists I. Como Along ! Everybody ! TO TIIF. NEW GSOCERT& PROVISION STBK JUST OPENED! 11. H. ST IU VENS. At the building formerly ocrunied by J■ 11. Nevins, on Main ,tieet, o/tpot.tr the Court Htmie. HIS STOCK CONSISTS OF VARIOUS brands of Coffee. Tea, Sugar. Ac., ail very cheap, [ besides a splendid assortment of Spices. Nuts, Candies, | Fruits, and Confectioneries, and a good assortment iu ; tiie Provision line. Tobacco and Sugars of every quality j and price. He will aiso pay the Highest Price for Butter and Eggs, • And such other articles of country trade as the farmers ! may have to dispose of. He would say to ail if yon want any thing in his i line of trade, give him a call, and you can be acemmo j dared. H. U. STEVENS. , | Towanda. Jnne 13,1861.—tf OR JC AD E ORDERS. lil'lUAOr: IV.-PKCTOK'S OKFICK, I Leßaysvillc, Pa-, May 20, 18G1. f i A LL persons liming in tlietr possession any ! 1 V United States or Pennsylvania State arms, such as i muskets, pistols, swords, drums, stand of colors, or any i other military property or accoutrements belonging to j the Government. or having a knowledge of tfie posse s- J sion of such property by ottiers, are required to give no : tice to me immediately by letter or otherwise of such property. 1 trust that alt the good and loyal citizens of the county will aid in giving to the State what is her own, in conformity to the existing law, as fo. ows:— •• If any person or persons shell have knowingly sold, bought, taken exchanged, concealed, or otherwise fraud ulently or unlawfully received, field or detained, rr shall unlawfully hold or detain, or shall refuse to deliver up to the proper brigade inspector, any arms, accoutrements, colors-or other military property of this Commonwealth, on any account or pretence whatsoever, the persons so offending shall forfeit and pay lor every such offence, tiebie the value of such property, to be recovered by the I said brigade ins|eetor in the name of the Commonwealth ! of Pennsylvania, before any aldei man or justice of the | peace of the proper city or county, and the amount so I recovered shall tie levied and collected of the offender's goods and chatties, by distress and sale thereof, in the | usual manner; hut for want of sufficient goods and chat* j ties, the offender shall be conimitte 1 to the jail ot the j county, there to remain at the expense of the said coun ty. for any term not exceeding one month, at the discre tion of the alderman or justice, unless the amount recov • ered. with the costs, shall be sooner paid." It is hoped that all patriotic citizens ot the county will aid and assist the Commonwealth to collect any of the 1 property above referred to without delay. If any persons s.ill persist in retaining said property, the above law will i be enforced strictly and impartially. To facilitate the speedy collection of the above prop erty. it is requested tiiat all arms. etc.. be deposited at the Store of CODDING & RUSSELL, in Towanda. Our country needs them. We ask every man to lend his aid In the above work. . 1.. B. PIEitCHk Brigade Inspector. Ist Bngnde, 1 k'b Divbdotj, P* #• ilcto gUftmtsimntts. JUNE 12, 186 L THIS WEEK LARGE ADDITIONS WILL BE MADE TO THE STOCK OF Umt B SMB. AT THE KEYSTONE STORE, AMONG WHICH ARE MANY NEW STYLES ! AND BEAUTIFUL GOODS, AT A Very Great Reduction FROM FORMER PRICES. ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF Ladies Sun Umbrellas, At Equally Low Prices ! Towanda, .Tune, 10.1861. MMVOLUHTURS WED I TO TRANSPORT OUR EXTENSIVE EKBW SUMMER GOODS! TfROM A THOROUGH EX A MIX A* JL TION Into the state of affaire in Bradford county, we have come to lue conclusion that every lamiiy want GOODS AT PANIC PoICI S ! Having made nur late purchases accordingly we are now opening a large stock ot Dry Roods, Groceries. Hard ware, Cpickery, Paints. Oils. Nails • Ui-s and Sah. L peciai attention is calitd to our new stuck of BOOTS AND SHOES, LADIES DRESS GOODS, &c., &c., &c., Which we CAN and WILL sell for cash or ready nay at price which will astonish the natives, and our old cus tomers in particular. TRACY A MOORE. Towanda. June 10, 1861. What Everybody Ought to Know! That Geo. P. Cash has a First Class MARELE YARD! IT? FULL OPEKATIOW, AT TOWANDA! rpilAT HE I.S PREPARED TO DO J_ WORK better aid cheaper than any other establish ment in the country. That he can put up sets of Tomb- Stones at any price from s."> to $5(10. That he warrants bis work to lie well done and to give satisfaction. Tbat lie can furnish Marble Table-Tops and Mamies as cheap as they can be obtained In New York or elsewhere. WHAT EVERYBODY OUGHT TO 1)0 ! Come to liis Ya'd before purchasing elsewhere. Pat. | ronize a home enterpiise. and not run away to York State and get interior woik done. And tinully every body ought to erect a suitable mcmotial over the le mains of their loved friends. CAUTION'.—A man calling himself Thomas, and hail ing trom Binghttmlnn. has been obtaining orders for work by representing that be is agent for a manufactory I in Towanda. Beware of him 1 Si me agents have a habit of calling on the friends of tlie deceased for work, bet'nt they hive fairly buried I eir i ead out t f their tight. Frown upon such men. When you get ready, call on the subscriber and examine his stock. N- It—Country produce taken in exchange for work. Don't lorget the place, Eagle Mai hie Works, opposite Gen. Patton'a residence, Towanda, l'a. GEO. P. CASH. AGENTS—G. W. Brink, Leßaysviile; B. Overfield, Meshoppen; J. H. Webb, Smithticld Summit; li. S. Dart, Troy. Towanda, Jane 12, 1861. aiw OTMB SMI 3 RECEIVED BY H. S. MERCUR, Towondn, April 24, 1861. NEW <fc CHEAP GOODS. 11l AVE the most complete nnd grand as sortment of Groceries & provisions ever before offered tor sale in Towanda. Nearly all Groceries are cheap, much cheaper than usual ; please give ns a call and we will lake pleasure in trying to convince yon that such is the fact. All kinds of Farmers produce taken in exchange for Goods and Cash. Chash paid for Dairy Butter. June 12,1861. E. T. FOX. 1 M PORTA XT NOTICE All persons in X delited to the undersigned, either by judgment, note or bonk account, are hereby notified that the same must l e settled, or satisfactorily adjusted, previous to the 15th of June, next, or costs will be made. Also, all accounts falling due alter that date, mast be attended to as soon as they become due. M- E. SOLOMON. Towanda, May 29,1861. WOOD _ WANTED. Aqnanty of well seasoned wood wanted at the Towanda Lime Kiln. Apply at the Barclay R. R. & Coal Go's., Office. J. MACFABLANH. RnperlntentMat Towanda. -tone 4, lfitl _3t. fUflgl. SHERIFF'S SALE— By virtue of sundry writs of Vend. Expo., issued out of the court of common pleas of Bradlord county, to me directed. will be exposed to public sale on FRIDAY, the 6th day ot Ju ly, A. D. 18(11. at the court house. In Towanda, atone o'clock, P. M., the following described lot. piece or par cel of laud situate in Smithtield township, bounded as fol lows, to wit: North by land of Samuel Furman, cast by I the public highway, south by Henry Miller and John Vos burgh, and we-t by laud belongiug to the estate of Mat thew Howie, dec ti. Containing 18 acres more or less. | about 16 acres improved, a frame house, a frame barn, 1 and a few fruit trees thereon. i Seized and taken into execution at the suit of Wiiliam Cory vs. D. 11. N'ewton. , AL^O—The following described lot, piece or parcei of land situate in Canton towusLip, bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning et the north-east corner of Warren Wright'swot at a post, thence west 4ii| perches to a post, thence south 11® west 182 perchvs to a post, thence east 46} of a perch to a birch, thence north 11° east 182 per ches to the begiuuiug. Containing 61 acres and 66 perch es, be the same more or less ; about twenly-seveu aerea improved, and a framed barn thereon. ALSO—The undivided one-half of a piece of land situ uate in Canton township, bounded as follows : Begin ning at the south west corner ot a lot of land formerly occupied by Henry Hale, thence uorth 2° east along Beale's line, 80 rods to the line of A. H. Williams, thence south 88° east along sun! William's line end the line of land of C. C. Wright, to the north-wet corner of said Hale's lot, thence soutlr2° west along said Hale's line to the place of beginning. 80 rods. Containing in all S)5 acres be the same more or less ; about two acres improved. ALSO—One other lot of land situate in the township aforesaid, bounded as follows : Beginning at the nortn east corner ot the lot of land first above described, thence south 12° west along line ot said first described lit. thence south 12° west along said William's line about 46 rods to a rock, thence north 37° fcast 57J perches to the intersec tion of the road leading from Aaron Bahne's to the Beech Flats.-.so called. With the toad leading from C. C. Wright's to Dennis and Daniel Webster*, thence north BS° w<st i 24j perches to a post, the place of beginning. Contain ing four lores and sixty five perches, be the same more or less. All improved ; a hewed log house and a few fruit trees trees thereon. Seized and taken into execution at the'suit of Thomas Williams vs. Geo. I. Williams. ALSO—By virtue of a writ ofFi. Fa., will be exposed to public sale.'at the same time and place, the following describrd lot. piece or parcel of land situate in l'owauda borough, bounded as follows: On the north by land of Edward Rowland, east by an alley, south by land of Jaa. Elliott, west by land of Edward Rowland. Containing 6u feet by 66 feet, more or less. All improved, small fram ed house and a tew fruit trees thereon. Seized and taken into execution at the suit of D.S. Pratt vs. Niram H. b!ck ALSO—By virtue of sundry writs cf Lev. Fee. will be exposed to public sale at the "same time and place, a piece of land situate in Athens twp.. being a village lot in South Waveriy, bounded as follows: Beginning at the ' north-west corner ot Hawley Tozer'a lot on the east side i of the highway, thence uloug said Inzer's south line six teen rods to the north-east corner of said Tozer's lot, j thence northerly, parallel with said highway, five rods j to lite corner ol Richard Lambert's iot. thence westerly along said Lambert's south line sixteen rods to the high way, thence along said highway to the place of begin Uitig. Containing 80 perches of land, more or less, ail Improved, one framed liou.-e and barn fruit treesthereon. Seized and taken into execution at the suit of Charles H. Shepasd vs. Israel T. Mead and Maria C. Mead. • ALSO—A piece ot land situate in Athens twp., and bounded as follows: Beginning at a post the south-west corner ot David Bosworth's lot. thence 116 8-10 ptr.-aloug ! the south line of said Boswoi tii's lot to the southeast corner of the same to a post on the east line of warrant lot No. 168, thence south 4 8 west along said warrant line j 77 2 X 0 per. to a post, thence west 111 4-10 per. to the | west line of said warrant to a post, thence north 77 per. 1 to the place ot beginning. Containing filty-Sve acres, ne j the same more or ie**, being tine same land conveyed by j deed dated March 2. 1666, by Joel 11. Tuzor and wile, to i saij Chrisance lluber. about 36 acies improved, with a I house and barn thereon. Seized and taken into execution et the suit of Timothy I iiireen vs. Anotlmny liubc-rand Ciirisauce lluber. Sherifl's Office, I A. 11. SPALDING. ; Towanda. June 12. 1 8 61. f Sheriff. ORPHANS' COURT SALE—Bv virtue ot an order cf the of Bradlofu county will ne exposed to public sale, on the premises, on SAT URDAY. toe Gth day ot JULY. IShi. at 1 o'clock, P. M , the ollowing lot, piece or parcel of land. late the estate of James B. Demouy, deceased, situate in the township ot Rome. Bradlord county, Fa., and bounded and describ ed as follows to wit: —Bt-ginning at a stake in the line of j lands ot Smith Forbes, thence south 88° east along lands j of Joseph R. Morton, I*6 2 it per. to lands of i!. Elliott, I thence north 2° east along the same 50 per. tr a corner, . thence north 88° west along lanus of said Elliott and i olher lands of the estate of James B. Demony, 186 2-10 , per. to lands of said Forbes, thence south 2° west along I the same 50 per. to the place of beginning. Containing , 68 acres or thereabouts, about 10 acres thereof improved. | TERMS OF SA LE—One-half cash ou cor. firms tion of ' the sale, and the balauce in six months, with interest. CHARLES CHAFFER. June 11,1861. Administrator. ORPHANS' COURT SALE.— By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Bradford Co., | will be exposed to public sale, on the premise*, on SAT ! UR'AY, the 22d day of JUNE, at 1 o'clock, P.M., the i following lot, piece or parcel of land, late the estate ot | MILTON ROSS, deceased, situate in Springfield town ship, and bounded as follows, to wit : —North by land of 1 Collin* Tracy, east by laud or Stephen Fletcher, et. al., south by land of Stephen Fletcher, west by land of Levi IS Dickenson. Containing about twenty-three acres, un ■ improved, with oak afid pine timber thereon, j Terms made kuown on the ilav nt sale. LEVI S. DICKENSON, j May 22. 1861. Administrator. | VL DITOR'S NOTICE.— hi the matter vf fl r m. Champion vs. Hiram hoot, in the Court of Bradford County Common i'ieas. No. 480, May T. 185'.), The undersigned, an Auditor, appointed by the Court ,to distribute fund* arising from Sheriff* sale"of defend | ant's real estate, will attend to the duties of his appoiut ! mcr,t at his office, in the Borough of Towanda, on Fill j DAY, the 17t!i day of JULY. I*6l, at 2 o'clock, P. I!., , when ami where all persons having ei.iims against said estate, are requested to present the same or be forever ; debarred therefrom. G. D. MONTAN'VE, : June 12. I*6l. Auditor. i A EDITOR'S NOTICE.— hi the mailer of i IX the exta e• f Frederick Fischer, dte'd. In the Or phans' Court of Bradlord county. The undersigned an Auditor, appointed by the said Court upon exceptions filed to the account of Eecutor in the above named eu-e, will stlend to the duties of his appointment at hi* Office in the Boro'of Towanda, on SATURDAY, the 18th day of JULY, A. D.. 186!. G. 1). MONTAN'VE. June 12th, 1861. Auditor. "VTOTICE TO COLLECTORS.— Von nre ! It hereby authorized to deduct five per cent, from the State tax ot every individual who shall pay his or her State and County Taxes in full, nn or before the 22d day of June next, and the same shall be allowed you in your settlement with the Treasurer, provided the sa~e is by you paid into the County Treasury on or before the 26th and 27th days oi June, next. By order of the Commis sioners. _ E. B. COOLDAUGH, Clerk. Commissioner's Office, April 8, 1861. AD M IX! ST RA TO R'S N OTlCE—Notice is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the estate ot HANNAH SMITH, late of Warren tp.dec'd., are hereby requested to made payment without de lay. and all persons having demands against said estate, ' wiii present them duly authenticated tor settlement. \V. 11. RUSSELL. June 12, ISCI. Administrator, with will annexed. ADM IXI ST R, A TOR'S NOTICE —Notice JX. ia hereby given, that all persona indebted to the estate of JOHN M. MORTON, deceased, late of Terry township, are requested to make payment without delay, and those having claims against the said estate will please present them duly authenticated tor settlement. EDMUND MORTON. SUSAN L. MORTON, May 15. 1861. Administrators. Wars and Rumors of Wars! i j l\ar has been Declared in Towauda, Against HigiuFriocd Pictures. r\ T OV CAN GET GOOD PICTURES X at the Car of P. W. HUGHES, opposite the Ward House, for TWENTY CENTS, in good cases. Alt kinds of high-priced Cases will be sold as low, in propor tion. Call and see for yourselves. No Pictures will b< allowed to go out, unless the customers are perfectly sat isfied with the same. Particular attention paid to Copy ing Pictures. Pictures inserted in Lockets for 25 cents. Car o ened every day. excepting Sunday Towanda. May 22. 18ul._tf. D. W. HUGHES. sprihgTsummergoods, In Great Variety, NOW OPENING, West Side of the Public square, at the start of J A. WICKHAM •& SON. IWada. April 30. 1861. iHtstellaweottS. NOW READY I BiRTLETTS' NEW IHON WORKS TOWANDA, PENNA. THE Saltscriber bees leave to call the at tention of the public to the fact that be lias enlarged Li* motive power and purchased and act up additional machinery, and employed a larger number of workmen than formerly, so that he ia now prepared to execute or ders for Castings or Machinery with promptitude. He has at his work* all the PATTERNS in ue by the late firm of Wm. H. Phiiiip* A Son ot Klmira N. \and has also added to these, patterns of various kind*. , MILL IRONS furnished for Grvt Miiia, Gang, Gate, Circular and Muley Saw Mills, besides STEAM ENCINES °f d'ffereut sizes and styles and in fact aiuioal any Laid of Castings or Machinery in common use. Steam Fillings s-uch as Steam P'pts, Elbows, Return iifd*, lUovcnt, Couplings, Globe-Valves, Check Vahts, Guage Cocke, Oil Cups, Whistles, always on hand and made to order. lie is also prepared to furnish STEAM EOIU.RS of acv ts:z or kind wanted. imul! Castings made in Brass or Composition. Cook- ; lug and Heating Stoves of different srzes manufactured and tor sale at the Above works. Furniture for Cooking j Stoves and Stove Pipe always on hand Persons who want GEARING of any kind are Informed that the subscriber has more patterns lor than auy other concern in this part of the counter. They would be quite sure of finding among his Patterns Gear ing that would answer their want* and thua save delay and expense in getting up work. Lie makes also a large variety of Pulleys, Ralanbe Wheels and Cranks, Water Wheels ', also Saw Cummers, Thimble Skeins and Pipe Boxes, Iron Fence, Caldrons, Plows, Ac. His equipment of machinery consists of as good toola as are made, and was selected with Jtlie desigu of being able to do any job which might be offered, whether lurge or small. In short his effort has been to get up in all respects a first class establishment. Terms Reasonable. Orders solicited. Cash paid for Old Pewter and BrittanLi. Woi'ks situated on Main Street dear Barciay P.. R. Canal Basin. O. D. BARTLETT. Towanda. April 11. 1861. Propi-itloi. "WAR! WARM JUST RECEIVED AT MONTANYES' STORE, A LARGE STOCK OF SPRING & SUMMER GOODS Purchased iu New-York Cltv during a Great War Panic, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, Which tvi!! be offered at WHOLESALE & RETAIL, £7p" At prices that cnKiut fail to please. April 22.'61. MOXTAXYE3. LATEST ARRIVAL or SPRING GOODS. William. A. Rockwell : would invite attention to his new stock of Goods, which [ have been selected with great care to suit the wants of ) hi* customer*. Having found it desirable to adopt the Beady-Pay System, • he offers bis Goods at correspondingly LOW PRICES. Persons examining his present i FASHIONABLE & DESIRAELE STOCK. j which was purchased at PAiyiG PRICES, cin not fail of being satisfied both with articles offered aad prices asked. His stock consist* of Dry Goods, GStOOSSIES, Boots & Shoes, I fats d) Cans, WALL AND CURTAIN PAPERS, HARDWARE, GLASS & SASH, Paints, Oils, and Kails, BIRD CAGES & SEEDS, CROCKERY, GLASS & WOODEN-WARE. PLASTER, constantly on hand and for salt} No. 1, Patton's Block. April 18,1861. ATTFti\TTION ! The lahoest stock of roots and Shoes ever brought to Towanda, baa Just beezi opened at tb', long established and well known store of J. D. HUMPHREY* Toe assortment is composed of LADIES CONGRESS GAITERS, KID GAITERS, BOOTEES. SLIPPERS. BUSKINS, AND CHILPREXS' SHOES, of every variety. Gentlemen, yon are invited to examine those Patent Leather and Call Skiu Gaiters, Oxford Ties, and Gentle men's Slippers. Baots and Shoes made to Order, AND REPAIRED. SHOE FINDINGS. French and Americin CalfSkin, Kip and Upper Lea ther, Harness Leather, Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather. SADDLERY, HARDWARE AND SADDLER'S TOOLS. Groceries Very Cheap, And the whole stock will be sold for Cash at prices which make it an object for all to buy at Towanda. ,lun,e 4. I*6l. HUMPHREY'S. Cash Paid for Wool. I HA AAA ÜBS. WOOL wanted hr IVA/c.yVH t VP. A. UOCKWTT.L, JonaSVPAI Jifto aufterttjifius. AN APPRAISEMENT AND CLA6SI FICATION of the different werscna engaged in the sale of goods, were* and merchandize, in tile County of Bradford, for the year lstil, with the amount of license thereunto attached : C'.ait. Litem*. ATHENS BOKO —C Ocwfotk 14 I I (ID A O Sufi! * 14 Too Horace Carncr ii 7 00 NC Harris ...li 13 OO ti Averill •?*' 7 O® Wm BotiJi 14 7 M C Park A San 1* I*so O A Perkins U 7 00 UJ Id 7 00 I'ogo A ll ll 15 00 ATacretr—A BeWicman 14 700 L A Gardener...., 14 7 0o Luther Parahall 14 T UO ASTETO— Ulysses Moody . o ... . 14 7 00 ALBANY —HAiW t aocaater. , 14 7 00 BURLINGTON'— J F Long A. boiu 13 10 00 C T Merry ~14 7 0O S W Miller 14 7 00 BcttLrxoTON Wkxt -4) H Mrle* .....14 700 CANTON —AnUerson ft liockwcil ....14 7 00 J Vandyke. Jr 14 700 A H A to W Spalding.. 14 7 00 D Wilcox ...14 7 00 J S linker 14 7 00 A Doty 14 7 00 WSA N Newman 14 7 Ov L W Col ikell ACo 14 7Co Mix A Hooper 14 7 00 i J M Foster 14 7 00 WaiS B.tker 14 7 00 COLUSiPtA A I> Au!ia V 14 *OO FRANKLIN —B E P. A Coal Co 14 7 00 Granvrlle—Wm H Philifpa. 14 7 00 L D Taylor 14 7 CO E Ms'.oy. r .-14 7 Go HEWRICE— Geo Nichols....; ..14 7 00 LEKOY —Lamb A Kilborn...; 14 7 OE ! MONROE- -Lyman Blrtckmnn 14 ? 00 '.Smith, Cranmer A Co 14 7 00 Brown >k Rockwell 14 7 00 HC Tracy 14 7 <W I QVKBTON— Chas Heilhcraer ..14 7 00 j Gawsti.-* 1 Humphrey ...1 15 00 j S N BroUioii 14 7 CO 11 Gihbr- A Sen. 14 * 789 Lyon ft Taylor ...14 7 00 G i Norton 14 7 00 i Pi*-W P Itcbius 14 7 Ott 1. II Bronson 14 7 CO L I. Bosworth 14 7 00 Hailev k Bro. 14 10 OO G H Little 13 10 00 BtcvcasA Burrows,. 14 7 0O Bomb I.L Moody 13 10 uo 1 Geo Nichols . 14 7 Oo John Hai-dlr.g 14 7 OO [ RIDBL-UY-.LJ man Woodruff 14 7 CO I B F Buck 14 7 1-0 A H Voorhels. 14 7 Co A K Tanner 14 7 00 j 9CVTH CREEK— J M Young 14 7 00 I SnrsiiKqi'i.N—E Brigham 14 7 00 Kinney A Gore 14 T uO STANDING STONE— H \Y Tracy 14 700 Geo Stevens 13 12 V John Espy U 7 00 SPRING help Dailey A White 14 7 00 Herman A Vo*>rheis 14 7 00 SAITHFIELS -E S Tracy >..14 7 Co CHP.iggs 14 7 Co Dailev A Frltcher li 10 0# N Buiiock A Go .....13 10 00 TCSCAEGRA—T Taylor 14 7 00 TOWANDA BWKO—H it Stevens 14 7 OO A Wiekham A Son ..14 7 00 J D Humphrey 14 7 CO CJi Patch ;... 14 7CO E l' Foi 14 7(0 Joseph Powell C 25 00 E S Benedict. .„... .T........ 14 7CO Tracy A Moore-, 13 10 00 11 W Noble .14 7 00 Coddir-.g AHuflsell 12 12 50, J A Record 14 7 OO J Kingsberv 14 7 00 H S Mercur _ 12 W 60 John Shlam 14 TOO 3 G Pafton 14 7 00 J M Coiling J4 7 00 Montanyes ...12 12 60 II C Porter -. li 7 00 John Carman r, 14 7 00 J H Phiuney It 7 00 k E Soiomun 14 7 00 Win A Rockwell.. .......13 10 00 Dennis MoMaban.... 14 7 00 Joha BoUffemap ■. 14 7CO EA Parsons n. 14 J 00 Wm A Cbamberiin .#.'l4 7 Co A M Warner 14 7 00 A Co 11 15 00 Nichols A Long... 12 12 50 § li Leonard 12 12 60 acWeil A i'omeroy 14 7 CM) Guernsey A Mitchell 14 7 00 F J Calkins A Co 14 . 7 00 if.,xwell A Leonard k l2 12 60 OP Ballard ' .14 7 00 P L Ballard 14 7 OO J 11 Grant. 14 7 00 EH Dewey 14 7 OO- S W Paine.. 14 TOO Reuben Stiles 14 7 00 TEEKYTOWN— Uriah Terry 14 7 00 John Hcrton 14 j 00 WILMOT —F.Imoro Horton 14 7 OO ULSTER— NeweII, Bdhiey A Co 14 7 00 WI.NDHAE—WNI H Russell 14 7 Co Warren —Kur k Brant 14 7 00 liobt Cooper ;.:.14 T Oo Talmage A IJowcn .11 ? Ct> IVr ALt'Stfo—A very k Camp 14 TOO E M Bishop.... 14 7 00 A Lewis 14 I 00 Gil Bixby 13 io 00 VTTSOX—J Alien A Co 14 TOO 0 II Jones 14 7 uJ VEJJS Piolett 14 7 Oo A LIST AND CLASSIFICATION OF •A/A persois engaged in the sale of Nostrum* in too county ol Bradford, ffr the year ISCI. Lictn sc. | License. ATHENS. TOWAN3A. G A Perkins. i 5 00 J G Patton, $5 00 TROT. II C Porter. 5 1-0 Guernsey A Mitchel, 500 K L Ballard. 6 00 A LIST AND CLASSIFICATION OF R-A- the different Breweries and Distilleries in the county of Bradford, for the year 1861. /.ienre." " /.iVerue. prstNOFisLP. | TROV. A Brace. $25 00;G F Bcddiugton A Co. 25 00 TOWANPE. JI'N&U FVeile. 25 00 A Loder, 15 001 TESTER. E Murray. s OO Charlea Olmstead. 25 00 A LIST AND CLASSIFICATION OF -5-A. the different Beer Houses, Eating Houses, Ac., in the conuty of Bradford, for the year 1861. Li ztrnt.! Llctr. it, ATHENS. I TOTfANDA'. Miehaal Walsh. !0 OOjH A Bnfhank, fiO CO J d Carpenter, 10 00 d C Wilson, 10 tw Joseph Gills>n. 1Q 00'A D Rhipmaa, 10 00 BCUEINQTON. K Kroraer, 10 00 C P F.CE3. 19 90 v l;les Carter, 10 uO CANTON, j.lohn Con ley, 10 00 E Porter, ' 10 CO .1 W Shear, 10 00 H Tuttie. 10 00 B F Ford. 10 tM4 5 WOICQ.L 10 TROY". Granville |3forgan Davison, 10 00 P S Bttiiey. _ 10 00: Thomas ftorden, |lO 00 Monro*. ! A B Eckert. 10 90 WnxA Kciiogg, 10 00 ! VLSTKK. RRRutkweii. 10 00 Plowman A Claif, 10 CO WYALteIRO. I" SIIHW A Sons, 10 00 J M Soioe.oa. 10 00, H S Davidson A Son, 10 00 J Smith. 10 00 ,A LIST AND CLASSIFICATION OF -L A. Bankers in the count? of Bradford, for tte ver lkul. License. Literye. TOWANPA. TROY. l5O 00 Pomeror A Bro. $lO OO B S Russell A Co. 20 00 A LIST AND CLASSIFICATION OF the different Billiard Tables and Ten Pin Alleys in the county of Bradford, for the year ISiil. License. TOWANTA—P F Ford, Two Tables 540 OO co Chase A Laugh tin. Two A11ey5...... 40 00 Appeal at the Commissioner's Offlce. Batnrday. June 2b, istjl. Any persons fce.ing bemsclrcs aggrieved by the foregoing Auciraisement can attend if the? see St. A. C. I'RJSIWK, Orwell, May 2fl.l*ftl. Mercantile Apprawter. Coal, Lime, Cement, Fire Brick, Praia Tiles, &c. THERE ?sr Lime Kiln nt the Rarclnw Company's Brsin, in Towsnda, where is kept con stantly for sa;e, fresh burnt ll'hitc J une, made irom the best quality of New York lime stone at 25 cents per bushel, or 51 per barrel, headed np in ha ire is, and l'ij cents per bushel for slacked lime. Lime shipped on boats at Towanda without additional charge. Also Syracuse Water Lrme at $t 15 per barrel, and Fire Brick at a cents each. Drain 'i\hs 2,3 and 4 inch sizes at 2. 3 and 6 cents per foot, a very nice article for drain in lan ' or about dwellings. Merchants supplied with Beardsley's Axes by the dozen. Jack £crtics,lnr moving buildings, to let at 25 cents per day each Barclay Catii at 52 25 .per ton for Lamp Coal ar.3 52 00 per ton for Smith Coal. Coal delivered iu lowap* da at 25 cents per load. AH the above for *a!e at the office of the Barclay R. If A Coel Company, Towsmda. J. tf ACFARLAIN. ItfwatvU, Feb. ??. 131. Gea. snpo r vnteioJonl.