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lOCAL AXD GENERAL.
onr usual local variety is this week
r^'of the iate Fair.
What IT Is.—A western cotemporary
*** ice meeting to be " a meeting to euter aso
r L'mibgnat I'rote.-t against every effort to save
from being overthrown."
I On the 2C>:h "It , Coroner HAI.SEY held
■ the body of MALCHI GANNON, in Liberty j
S :C ""L.jjquehanna county. GANNON died on theaf |
■ ' , 21t |, „p. Tiie previous evening he was in !
narty that had assembled for the purpose j
- u el v married couple and drank freely of !
■is" provided lor the occasion. A mint •
■ )V ,cere sciiouslyafiiiteU by tfte liquor,some
■ " , t " s pasims, others becoming stupid and j
B ' tol|lM } impossible to rally. The evidence :
•p insive that this death took place from
B- w hi,ky drank by the deceased, and this j
H ■ furnish a Warning to all who munu- j
' ; >r ... aß( ] such villainous compounds. The:
death bv bad whisky," stating by whom j
. ed jud *heie procured.
■ T HE RECENT FLOOD IN THE Sopqckiun- j
■ f u-t number of the Lycoming Oazette, publish- I
■ J, jmsport, (on tiie West Branch,) says, that tor
■ -jtmdav foreaoon the water rose at tiie rate ;
■ ... t,*t in aii hour. Tiie greatest height attained
. v . o „ e feet and a few inches, (by marks, two and \
lies less than the notable flood of February, j
H Lenty inches less than the memorable flood of
H; " Vh-the greatest ever known in this river.)
■ 0 r property by the flood is enormous. The ti* j
■" . f „, m early Saturday morning until night about j
, oi the surface ot the river was covered with lum- i
H . lhe lumber waa in roand 1
I" larc'iogs, boards, shingles and lath-in rafts, piles j
■ ' , pieces. Although some of the Williamsport ,
■Liueu -uflered severely by lhe calamity, the loss |
. [jj; entirely upon them . but rather the largest I
W \ o f .t upon those operating above that point. Aii
■ u , a . ,ng the river were more or less damaged
H 1„ k Bavcn boom was emiun-u aiot crippled , the
■ rlianna lmm partially cleared. From fifteen to
B . five williun leet remain in the boom,
[ : able in it- ad: it. t. leading bchitnl the island
H ,y er end ot U i!haai?ij''trt.
I along the ri.cr the Water made sad havoc with
H >y jnundating them and carrying away fences, |
■ rrC-g IT' is, liiiildmg-, ko. 3he t--t Branch ta
■ . damaged at several points. Lock Haven was
-.j.jtaiconigtuunaUon with it cut < if until Mon
I . 4 U the water surrounded a .cw hous-
K ..- vathwcsi corner oJ tbe towu, but did no great
::i,a tie Isirough further Uiao that caused by t
i vri tiowlog gardens, floating pi ink walk-, '
I i cw instances coming in contact With Aeumma- !
1., n 3 'tlie value of the logs gone adrift the damage j
vj kicy will probably not tall much abort ol u |
followinw is the List of Premiums
. at the Eighth Annual Fair of the Bradlord Conn
, ui ul Sou iet y:—
I LITTLE PEI'AKTMENT—WRIIA* RUM S.
n-iis old ami Upwards, i-t premium to G F
S :j do to B Laporte ; 2 years old. Ist premium to
■ -Hornet; I year old Ist premium t> J F Spald
■ j u ]j ( alves, Ist premium to Chas Manvilie.
DIVON BI LLS.
1i ar old, Ist pi> uiuiu to "> M W iiiiaius, 2d do t<>
oremium to J I' Kirby.
iiiig heifer, with a caff at her side, was entered
alum in ilii> departmend, by Edward Overton,
;.e t.ommiute deem this animal ot extraordinary
.i bel ingiug more properly to the class of MdeU (
./c was tulkCu charge ot Ly the Judges ot that
irs old and upwards, Ist premium to W W
■ ears old and under 3, Ist premium to Mil
. . do to John Minto ; Calves, Ist premium to
uk ner, 2d do to Wm Flwell,
USA UK COWS.
tears old, Ist premium to Chas Dunlop, 2d do to
. mder 3 ye irs, Ist pri
■ Jonathan Stevens.
years o)J and pward, 1-t premium to Silas Al
2d d i to J W Bowman ; Bull Calves. Ist pre-
B John Mi..to. 2d <1 <to J W Bowman.
NATIVE COWS A IIEIFEKS
K - old and upwards, Ist premium to J IV Bow-
I -. 1-t premium to JM W atts.
wolkino CATTLE A STEERS.
■ r,r, i..d and upwards, Ist premium to Jerr-d
118 t- u-oa is ker ;:: j. olft . Ac.. 1-t
. ti - s Bradley ; 2 years old. A • . Ist premium
n Ift i ■ 2d do to Daniel Bowman ; 1 year old,
laiumtiJ \V Bowman.
;• im ic., Jot premium to Isaac Post, 2d do
n m-'nths old heifer with a fine calf by her
' ! by E Overton, the Committee adjudge to
—: -j i .:u>'n lor milking qualities on the ground I
> J her a first class premium.
i;um to J L Cooluangh, 2d do to James Mc-
i years old and upwards, first premium to
l ' -cr,2d do to Clark Cumtnins—l years and un
. urn to No 4. 2d do to C S Davis. Forall
■I upwards, Ist premium to G II Welles,
: 2 years sad t pre-
1 mium to J M Watts, 2d do to W II Rockwell.
-HfRIAUE. DRAFT AND SAPDI.K HORSES.
i'- ugs, Ist premium to Clark Cummins, 2d
■ 'viiing. Matched Mares, Ist premium to
do to John Bteman. Single Carriage
- I ling, I t premium to il B Morgan, 2d do to
v • ue or gelding. Ist premium to J
'hi U(j Welles. Draft horses, Ist premium
•- -. do to J'V Bowman.
I'TEED. TROTTING .
• L '-Farmer's black stallion, 2d do to
h_ve returned a 4 year old colt entered by '
as the best, but there being no premium I
■' ipe. have not awarded any. 3 years old '
- C Ridgway. 2 years old, Ist premium to ;
_ to W VV Bowman ; 1 year olds, Ist !
d Bowman, 2d do to H B Lent; sucking
.m to Aither Moore, 2d do to John Minto.
JACKS, jf.NNYS A mci.F.S.
: fentium to L L Farmer, 2d do toC R Davis; (
11 nl " Jes.-e Cox, 2d do to Hiram Van
r mules 1.-t premium to Wm MrCabe.
T CHrF.P DEPARTMENT.
'' '"ks, Ist premium to A Watkins, 2d do to
; k Lambs, Ist premium to.A Watkins
| ■ ■ 'ks, i<t premium to George Bennett, 2d
v.. m:( '" Buck I-ambs, Ist premium to W
". '2l do same : Do 3 ewes, Ist premium
r '" Re. 2d do to J B Gorham ; drj 3 lambs
1 Mutton Bake well Bucks. Ist premium
•id (k) to X B Overton ; do 3 Ewes, Ist
'd tto, 2d do No. 19; Buck Lamb, Ist ,
ij, ' ' r: '"n ; Ing Wool Bucks, Ist premi- i
J ' rUam ' Lwes, Ist premium to W W Eas- |
i. SWINE. I ,
i Jm t0 J W B,wman - 2d d( > to Reuben i
1 ' >remmm to Deiong, 2d do to
Best variety, Ist premium to J W Bowman, 2d do to
Thomas Smith ; liest pair, Ist premium to Thos Smith,
2d do to Wm Thompson ; Turkeys, Ist premium to Eliza
beth Minto ; Geese, Ist premium to Harry Seoville, 2d
do to Alfred Cummins ; Ducks, Ist premium to N B Over
ton. 2d do to J W Bowman. A premium commended to
J C Ridgway for a fine pair of Guina fowls.
Awards will be made in this department as soon as
competitors tile their ceitificates under the rules.
Timothy seed, Ist premium to Luman A rratt,2ddo
to J W Irvine ; Wheat Seed, premium cnramcuded to R
: Delong ; Barley, premium commended to J LCoolbaugh.
Largest and best variety. Ist premium to B S Russell;
Dozen Beets. 1-t premium to J M Watts, 2d do to Amos
York; Cabbage, Ist premium to John M Agnew,2d do
I to Mrs E Xlinto ; Celery, Ist premium to E Welles, 2d do
! to B S Russell ; Lima Beans, Ist premium to Miller Eox,
| 2d do to Daniel Harkins : Egg plant. 1 primium to E
i Welles,2d do to II A Burbank ; Winter Squash, Ist pre
miuin to Thomas Elliott, 2d do to W W Easterhrooks ;
Onions, Ist premium to Win Coplbaugh, 2d do to R De
long ; Tomatoes, 1-t premium to J It Ridgway ; Swcst
I Corn, Ist premium to Wm Coolbaugh, 2d do to B S Uus
; sell; I'eppers, Ist premium to H A Burbank, 2d do to J
i L Coolbaugh.
| Largest and best variety of apples, Ist premium to Mrs
; T Elliott. 2d do to Joshua Kilmer; Single variety. Ist pre
mium to J P Kerby, 2d do J M Watts. The Committee
: commend a very fine display by David Ridgway. Pears,
best single variety, Ist premium to S W Williams, 2d do
to J C Ridgway ; Doz do Ist premium to Jared Wood
| ruff; Peaches, single variety, Ist premium to Francis
Hornet, '2d do Joseph R Ridgway ; Grapes, largest and
best variety, Ist premium to 1! S Russell ; Single variety
! of Isabella, Ist premium to E Welles, 2d do to Mrs HS
S tlsbury ; R isket of Fruit, premium to Mrs S Decker ;
ijuinces, Ist premium to Mrs T Elliott, 2d do to Mrs J M
Watts ; Waterraellons, Ist premium to Wm Coolbaugh.
I The Committee cannot speak in too high praise of the
| display of Grapes. Mr B S Russell exhibited Catawbas,
I which lor perfection of ripeness peculiar excellence, has
| not been surpassed at any previous exhibition of the So
| ciety, that we have attended. Mr E Welles had ou ex
| hibition specimens of Isahells of such rare excellence and
j beauty, that many supposed them to he the finest speci
mens grown under glass. Several other specimens of
great merit were on exhibition by Mrs H S Salsbury, Mrs
Mrs T Elliott, Mrs S Decker, Mr Joshua Kilmer.
Variety, Ist premium to Mrs it Delong, 2d do to Mrs
Charles Stevens; Dried apples, premium to Mrs 11 S
SalsbuTy ; Dried peaches, Ist premium to Mrs Jacob
Bowman, 2d do to Mrs Francis Hornet; Largest speci
men ot dried berries,premium to Mrs S Decker.
FLOWERS A PLANTS.
Floral Design, Ist premium to Mrs T Elliott, 2d do to
Mrs Miller Fox ; Basket Bouquet, l>t premium to Mrs
MJler Fox ; Hand Bouquet, Ist premium to Mis Mary
I Bull. -
Firkin Butter, Fir-t premium to J W Irvine ; Tub do,
1-t premium to Michael Lynch, 2d do to J W Irvine ;
Rolls do Ist premium to Mrs R Deloug, 2d do to Mrs Jon
: atlian Stevens.
! The Committee are unanimous in commending a crock
j of butter which, in their opinion, was of superior excel
j ience.aud worthy of a first premium, exhibited by Mrs R
1 Cheese, Ist premium to John Black, 2d do to Mrs R
I First premium to W" T Davies. 2d do to Kelsey Nichols
FLOUR A REAL.
Barrel Flour, 1-t premium toJJ_H Bull ; Sack Meal, Ist
premium to G H Bull.
MEATS, HAMS, AC.
i Reef, Ist premium to James MoCalie ; Mutton, Ist pre
■ mium, Jaines McCabe ; Hams, 1-t premium to himeou
Fanning Mills, Ist premium to J Fralick A Co. Mow
er. Society's Diploma to E Ball & Co.'s Machine, exhib
ited by Codding A Russell; Harrows, Herold A Tomp
kin's patent, exhibited by DW Brown, Society's Diplo
ma , J'lowo, exhibited by L> W Brown, Societies Diplo
MFX H A NIC A L MAN UF ACTI'KES.
Carriage Harness—double—lst premium to H A Cary;
Singled) Ist premium to H A Cary; Assortment of
leather, Ist premium to 11 A Cary : B iggy, Ist premium
to Rage A Stevens; Assortment of Baskets, Ist premium
t . li i Tompkins ; Assortment ot Cloths, Ist premium to
' Wm North ; 1 l.mel <1 > 1-t premium to Wm North : As
s .rtinent of Tin Ware. Ist premium to Codding Jc Rus
sell ; Lumber Wagon. Ist premium to J X Decker ; But
ter Firkins, Ist premium to E W Rowland, 2d do to A
nut: Specimens ot Marble cutting, Ist premium to G
I* Cash. Committee commend to Codding A R issell the
S iciety'.- Diploma tor a very line display ot stoves, and
a beautiful case of silver ware. Washing Machines, Ist
piiooiuia to J <• T >wner, 2d do to Ira Tompkins ; Buggy,
2d premium J. M'l'arty.
HORSE AND OX SHOEING.
Horse shoeing, Ist premium to 11 F Birchard, 2J do to
: W 11 Dotge.
HOUSEHOLD MANUFACTURES —lsT CLASS.
Carpet Coverlet, Ist premium to Mrs Julius Russell,
21 do to Mr- s> Decker ; Flanei Blankets, Ist premium to
Mrs s Dei ker ; White Flanei, Ist premium to Mrs John
| Morrow, 2d do to Mrs R Delong ; Rlaid Flanei. Ist pre
mium to Mrs J W Bowman, 2d do to Mrs Wm McCabe ;
Worsted Hose, Ist premium to Miss N M Davies: Wool
en Socks, Ist premium to Mrs J W Bowman, 2d do to Mrs
John Morrow ; Woolen Yarn, Ist premium to Mrs John
Morrow, 2d do to Mrs Jcred Woodruff; Table Linen, Ist
premium to Mrs Harry Seovill, 2d do to W Browning ;
i Towelling, Ist premium to VV Browning, 2d do to Mrs
Harry Seovill ; Linen Thread, Ist premium to Mrs S
■ Decker ; Woolen Mitteas, Is do to John itorrow ; Linen
Hose, Ist do to Mrs S Decker ; Rag Carpet, Ist premium
to Mrs G W Tracy, 2d do to Mrs J W Irvine ; Bed Quilt,
Ist premium to Mrs B F Bowman, 2d do to Miss N M Da
vies ; Knit Counterpane, 1-t premium to Mrs Laria
Brownson. 2d do to Mrs R Delong ; Ilcarth Rug, Ist pre
mium to Mrs E A Parsons, 2d do to Mary Phinaey.
There were a large number of articles on exhibition,
that not being enumerated in the list of premiums, the
: Committee could do no more than commend them to the
attention of the Society for their great merit. Among
the many, were specimens of flaricl by Mrs 11 Seovill, Mrs
J D Newell, Mrs John Morrow, Mrs D Ormsby ; Mittens
by Miss Jeiiuett Muntanye ; Bleach Linen by Mrs S Deck
er; ltag Carpet by Mrs A A Taylor;a beautiful Flowered
Coverlet by Mrs Charles Stevens ; Counterpane Mrs Sa
rah Stevens ; Flanei by Mrs John Lantz ; Bed spied by
Mrs H S Salnlteiy ; Table Cloth by Mrs J 1) Newell ; Hose
|by Mrs H S Salsbery. We trust this department wi 11 be
fully noticed iu the report of the Executive Committee.
Shirts. 1-t premium to Mrs Surah Stevens, 2d do to
Mrs John Dougherty : Infants Silk Embroidered Dress,
• First premium to Mrs 11 B Baker. Beautiful display of
French needle work, transferred work and lace work, Ist
preniiutn to Mrs A J Hart; Tetting Collar, Ist premium
awarded ; Muslin Embroided Collar, Ist premium award
ed ; Scotch Embroidery on Muslin, premium to Mrs S
Decker ; Collar transferred on Lace, premium awarded ;
Bead Collar, premium to Anna Kirby ; Embroidered Lace
tap, premium awarded.
Worsted Mat, premium to Miss Anna Fox ; Lamp Mat,
premium to Mrs M F Burr : Ornamental Chair Bottom,
premium to Mrs M F Burr ; Son tag, premium to Miss
Jennett Mont an ye ; Worsted Tidy, premium to Mrs S H
Hill ; Pin Cushion, premium to Miss A D I'ratt ; Night
Cap. premium to Miss Sarah Stevens ; Tidy, premium to
Miss Eliza Carman, 2(1 do to Mrs Jonathan Stevens ; Va
riety of Fancy Work, premium to Mrs VV Mix. 2d do to
Miss Hanora Delany ; Colored Chair Tidy, premium to
Miss Etta Barstow, 2d do to Mi.-s lanny EStrickland;
Lot Chair Tidies, premium to Mrs B F Bowman ; Infant
Flanei VVraper, premium awarle<4|>o Liutia Haikins.
Fancy House, premium to S 11 Morrow ; Ornamental
Case, premium io Mrs M Fox ; Hair Work, Ist premium
to Mrs Harry Stevens ; Specimen of Coue work, ptemium
Mrs B F Bowman ; Shell Picture Frame, premium to
Miss Lydia Bull; Winter Vacc and Flowers, premium U>
Mrs II Stevens.
sth class .
Wheat Bread, hop yeast, Ist premium, to Mrs John
Dogherty ; Wheat Bread, other yeast, Ist premium to
Mrs Jonathan Stevens : 2d do to Mrs Harry Seovill; Rye
Bread, Miss Francis Bowman ; Warfles, commendation
to Mrs S Becker ; Pound Cake, premium to Miss Sophia
Stevens ; Fruit Cake, premium to Mrs John Daugberty ;
Variety 0 f Preserves, Mrs H L Scott; 2d do to Miss E T
Drake ; Variety of Jellies, Ist premium to Mrs J Daugb
erty, 2d do to Mrs R Delong ; Spiced Fruit, premium to
Mrs J M Watts ; Variety of Pickles, premium to Mrs J
W Bowman, 2d do to Mrs W W Fowler , Single Speci.
mens do to Mrs J F Ridgway, 2d do to Miss E T Drake ;
Red Currant Wine, premium to Mrs Geo Tracy, 2d do to
Mrs L H Scott; White Currant Wine, premium to Mrs
George Tracy, 2d do to Mrs J C Ridgway; Catawba
Wines, premium to Mrs II L Scott ; Washing Soap, pre
mium to Mrs Harry Seovill, 2d do to Mrs S Decker; Rasp
berry Vinegar, premium to Mrs George Tracy ; Katsup,
premium to Mis E T Drake, 2d do to Mrs 11 S Russell.
This department was largely represented, and by a
large class of articles not enumerated in the premium list ,
all of which were of very great merit, and deserving of
particular mention by the Executive Committee in their
Paintings, in oil colors, premium John F Bender : Mo
no-cromatic paintings, premium to Miss M L Hornet ;
Water Colors, premium to Mrs J D Humphry ; Pencil
Drawings, ptemiutu to Miss M L Hornet ; Grecian Paint
ings, premium to Miss C Whiting: Specimen of Fancy
Book Binding, premium to J F Render ; Specimen of
Penmanship and Card Writing, the Society's Diploma to
C E Eaton.
Child's Carriage, premium to J.l Cole ; Display of fan
cy Card Boxes, premium ts John F Bender.
All premium;' awarded in the above li-t will be paid at
any time to the person entitled to them, upon calling up
on G H. Watkins, Treasurer, at Towanda.
All erreors will he promptly corrected upon applica
tion to W. C. Bogart, the Secretary, at Towanda.
The report of the Executive Committee will he publish
ed at an early day, when a large class of articles on ex
hibition at the Fair, and commended to their attention,
will be duly noticed.
•• Our Country Forever !"
LATEST FROM W.A.R.
W. A. ROCKWELL is again on hand with the lirst
New Goods of the Season !
GEN TLEMEX'S WE A P.,
FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS,
BOOTS A SHOES,
HATS AM) ( APS.
Those wishing a good barg in will liud it greatly to
their advantage to give us a call, as the hard limes will
not prevent us selling good articles at moderate prices.
Although compelled to adopt the ready pay system, we
led confident that we can give our customers | • rlert -at
is aetion. WM. A. ROCKWELL.
Towanda, Sept. 2.7, lPfil.
FA KM FOR SALE.
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT A GREAT BARGAIN!
rp 11 E sUBSCRTBEU w i>HlNG^gg^
1. to dispose ol his farm in Litchfield t |>., HjsSßjgg*
Bradford < ouiity. Pa., nfler- the same upon WJ)**
terms whii h are worthy of the attention of
tlu>-e wishing to puiclia-e. This farm i- within two miles
of the N. V. A Erie Railroad, and distant five miles from
Waverly and Smithhoro depots, contains about 170 acres
of land, mostly improved, in a high strte of cultivation,
and has upon it good buildings and orchards. It is well
adapted f>r t illage or grazi g. being well watered and w ell
io ated. The attention of those desiriousof purchasing
a I arm is solicited, in the confidence tlut no greater in
ducements can tie found elsewhere. The situation is de
lightful. the soil f< rtiie. and the neighlioihood embraces
schools, churches. Ac., w hile within a short distance are
several large and flourishing towns. The N". V. A Erie
11. R. afford- admirable market facilities. Title unques
tionable, and possession at the optic, n ot the purchaser.
W. 11. SPENCER.
Litchfield, Sept. is. 1881.
Wars and Rumors of Wars !
War lias boon Prrlaml in Towanda,
Against Hifh-Priecd Pictures.
can <; i;t gooi> pictures
I at the Cai of !>. W. HUGHES, opposite toe Ward
House, for TWENTY CENTS, in good cases. Ail
kinds of high-priced Cases will be sobl us low. in propor
ti u. Call and see lor yourselves. No Pictures u ill ht
allowed to go out, ttnley the customers are perfectly sat
isfied w ith 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 22,18K1.— tf. D. W. HUGHES.
The Wow National Xioan.
rpHE UFDERSIGNED RKING PESTII
-1 ous of doing all in their power to assist the authori
ties of our country in maintaining its integrity, hereby
offer their sei vici s. withont any charge tor commission,
to any person desiring to subscribe to the 7 150 100 Na
tional Loan .
Subscriptions received in sums of s7ft and upwards.
The security of this loan, its convenient and high rate of
interest, combine with the calls of patriotism to recom
mend it to every one who in iy lie possessed of means,
however moderate, to t ike some of it. The interest
amounts to one cent per day for every ? >O, and is paya
able semi-annually, and the whole loan in three years".
U.S. RUSSELL A CO.
Towanda. Oct. 1,1861.
BEYOND AXiXi DOTTET
A LLpersons indebted toE S. BENEDICT.
1 X. by Note, Judgment, or Book Account, are notified
that if the aforesaid indebtedm -- is not cancelled by the
first of October, proper steps lor the collection of the
same, will be taken, forthw ith.
E. S. BENEDICT.
Towanda, Sept. 2ft, 18(11.
USTRAY COW.—CAME TO THE EN-
I J closure of the undersigned.about the Ist Ofr-V"-A'Y
of May, a RED COW. Tlo- owner i- ivquc-r ■
ed to come forward and prove property, nay ./! ff
charges, and take her away, otherwise she will lie dis
posed of according to law. J. STROI'D.
Welles' Ferry, Terrytown. Sept. Ift. l'ftl.
1/ ,\ ECIIT<>K'S NOTlCE.—Notice is bere-
JLJ by given, that all persons indebted to the estate of
JOHN BIIARTH, late of Wiimot twp., deceased, are
hereby requested to make payment witliout delay ; and
those having demands against said estate will present
them duly authenticated for settlement.
JOHN P SH ARTS,
Oct. 2, 1G1. Executor.
rpHOMAS RYAN, ATTORNEY JLT
A LA If". Office over Eddy's Clothing Store, Towan
Towanda, Oct. 2.1861.
r. G C023G8.2V,
A TTOUNEV AND NOTARY PUBLIC
1A Towanda, Pa. Office in the building formerly oc
copied by H. I! McKeatt.
All legal business attended to with promptness and
Towanda, Aug. 20, 1811-tf.
\A " A NTEI)— B Y THI: S U BSC' ICI BEKS,
V V 3,0(10 bushels of WHEAT, for which the highest
price in cash will be paid on delivery at our Mills.
MYER, FROST A CO.
North Towanda. Sept. 3. 1 s; 1.
ICKKSH FIGS, PRUNES, RAISINS
i Dates, Tamarinds, Oranges, Lemons, and all kinds
OOAI' ! SOAP!—The best assortment of
O Toilet, Chemical and Common Bar Soap, at
To wand-u.June 2ft, lHfil. FOX'S.
K EROS IN E <>lL, FOR SALE CHEAP
UONEY. —A few small boxes, extra nice,
for sale cheap at FOX'S.
Towanda, Sept. 18, 1861.
OHERIFF'S SALE.—liy virtue of sundry
k3 writs of Vend. Expo., issued ont of the court of
common pleas of Bradford county, to me directed, will
be exposed to public sale on THURSDAY, tba 17lli day
of October A. D. Isttl, at the court house, in To wan da,
at one 1 o'clock, P. M., the following ilcscribed lot. piece
or parcel of land, situate in Tuscarora t >v, nsbip, bounded
as follows : On the north and es-t I>y fund of John Stur
devant, south by land of Ebenezer St"- levant and the
Wyoming county line, and on the west by lands of Abi
| eel ami I.other Kinney ai d land of Peter 15. blurdcvant.
| (or land now in possession ol Charles Sturdevant.) con
! tabling about 50 acres, more or less—abo it 15 acres im
' proved, one log house, framed barn, and two fruit trees
thereon. . , „
Seized and taken in execution at the sn,t of Cbandier
! Bixby vs Peter B. Stnrdevant. .
ALSO -The following described lot, piece or parcel of
land situate in South Creek and Welles townships hound
ed and described as follows : On the north by the boon
clary line between the State of and the Stat?
of N>w York, east by the east boundary line of a lot oj
land conveyed to George Ca:sham bv Jesse Lnne nnd
wile and Joshua Summons and wife, by deed e! warran
tee bearing date December, ls r .n, west by the same lot of
land, on south by a line parrallel with - .• rt north line, be
ing said boundary line between said states of New l ork
and Pennsylvania, and tar enough southerly therefrom to
embrace and contain 200 acres ol land, strict measure.
,\LK') One other piece or parcel ol land situate in
South Creek two., being the west half of warm :<ee lot.
No. 5680, surveyed to Johnson A Mifflin, and Iming the
west half of UOo acre tract, and allowance, recently pur
chased by -aid Kcvbv ft Adams at sheriff sale.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit ol 1 oca-a-ct
Bank vs John S. Cotton.
'ALSO—The following lot, pice, or parcel of land mt
' nate in Tuscarora twp., bounded as follows: On tlie
I north bv land of Bixby A Culver, ea.-t by the Susquchan
' na and Bradford county line, south by lauds o* Jar. Hall,
and west land of Lewis Silvaria. Containing 15 aciea,
more or less.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Lathrop X
Sal-hurpy vs Thomas Morley.
ALSO—The following described lot, niece, or parcel of
land situate in Troy boro, bounded on the north by land
of X. M. Carnoi han,"east by the highway, south by laud
of Silas E. Sbepard. west by land ol Wm. H. Peck. Con
taining 3!) feet front, and 76 feet. deep, be the same, more
or less, all improved, one two-story building.[occupiedas
a furniture store and shop thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Maxwell
ft Leonard vs. William Taylor.
ALSO— The following described lot. piece or parcel of
land situate in Ridgbury twp., bounded on the north and
east bv lands of Thomas Buck, on the south by lands ol
Jerre Driscall, and on the west by the public highway—
containing one-half of an acre, more of less, all improved
one framed house thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of C. F. Vi il
son vs. Dennis Drummy vs C. P. News.
A. HANSON SPALDING, Sheriff.
Towanda, Sept. 25, l~bil.
SPKCIAIj COURT.—Notice is hereby giv-
en that a special Court will be held at the Court
1 House ill Towanda. Hon. R. O. WHITE presiding, coin-
I meneing MONDAY. NOV. 4, 1-01, at lo o'clock, a. m.,
to continue two weeks for the trial of the loilowiug
TERM. YU. rt.AISTIFFS. IIKKKSIIAVTS. NATURE.
! May 1856. F.llcm Maria MeNeul ft Co vs J. tferritt, cial
j •• David Barber va Cheater Tbomaaft Co, cue.
1 Sept. 1 "lit. 1. Smith v-> S Kellum, 2d., et ah Trespa- -.
Sept. 1-57. Joseph Ingham v- Barelay It It X C Co. ap.
i Si pt. 1-oJ. I Smith vs S Kellum. 2d. Trover.
1 May l-.'.N. Wm A Pail, vs Wm 11 Strong.
I •• •• Wm B Darlington vs C N Shipman. Debt,
i " " Matthew McMabrm vs J I'llorton. Appeal.
Sept. 1858. Hiram Hurton vs Josiali Stowell.et ex. Debt.
' ** name Maine
" " M I) W Bishop vs Alfred Gore. Trespass.
" Hp Moore vs Chester Pierce. Appeal.
; Dec. 1858. Geo K Elliott vs Jesse R Oowell, et al. "
I •• •• Charles H Sliepani vs Abr Steers, et ul. Ties,
i " " Samuel F ltipley v- lliram spear. Debt.
" " Allen K Axtell vs Alson Patterson. Appeal.
Feb. 1859. J R Ingers It Ac, vs John Harkness. Eject.
" Del L A W 11 It Co vs Meylcrt A Ward. Det.
" " s.une same
a " same same
" A Ivttli Heath vs J W Dennison. Ejectment.
; May 1859. Francis Ripley vs lliram Spear. Debt
" •• same same
May 1859. Loui-a M Wattles vs Sam! C Mann. Trespass.
; "* " A M Kirk vs A B Smith Ac. Appeal.
" •' j B Foster vs same
" " Maria Child vs Antl F. Child. Tiespa-s.
Sept. 1-59. M F Random vs David Arnold. Ejectment,
j" " Hicks'admrs vs N B Canal Co. Damages.
; " " Win P Emerson vs Cole A Couaut. Debt.
" " John Lent/, v- John Hanson.
I " " Mlehael O Sullivan Vs It C Smalley, et al. Ej.
" " ft S Middaiigh vs Archibald Forties. Appeal..
Dec. 1859. Reuben Chapcn vs W'arren Callen. Fjeetmcnt.
; " " Stephen Felton vs J U Webster A ter ten. "
" " C Shumwly vs Clark Hollenbatk.
" " Jane McQueen va Edward Ilulcoinb. Case.
" " same vs Orlando Holcomb.
• ; " same vs Samuel Holcomb.
• " Hiram Sliaw, et ex vs .Ir.na-Kilmer, etal. "
i Feb. 1 - GO. Jno W Dennison vs Township ol Terry. "
j •• "J R Ingei-011, et al vs Thus Smead, et al. Fj.
I " •• (l P Ballard vs Bingham Rm-kwel. et al. Ej.
" " Farmer's Un Ins Co vs Sarah Myers. Sci Fa M
\ v# it j| ingersoll, et al vs !1 s 1 aughn, i 1 al. SEE.
•• " Henry W Tracy vs Alvah Young. Ejectment.
I •• '* ('T Bliss vs Sarah Stone admrs Ac. Si i Ea.
i May ISC. Wm I! Clymcr's use vs 1' t. Ward. Ca-e.
| " •• David Barber vs David Wilmot Ac. Trespsws.
; " '• J R Pratt's admrs vs D Pritt'sadm etal. SciFa.
Sept. iB6O. Farmer's Un Ins Co vs C N Shipman, ter ten.
" Lackawanna f A CCo vs Meylcrt A- Ward. Det.
" *' Sliipmau A Welles vs Roger- Fowh r.
" " Eliza Jane Chapman vs Stanley S Hinman. Tr.
Doe. l-i.O. Henry Northrup vs John J Reynolds. Appeal.
•' •' S W Park vs Win Frederick. Ejectment.
Feb. 1801. J I. Sav-yerAson vs C b' Welles,AeJsci Fa M I.
•• Wm II Phillips vs.! B M Hinman.
I *• G M Hollenback's nse vs Francis Tyler.B PH.
! " " Saml Archibald's use vs Thomas Page.
" " Burton I. Smith v- CB A N B Chalice. Appeal
Subpoenas for first week, returnable Monday, Nov. 4,
lsi-,1. at It) o'clock, a. in.—for second week, Monday, Nov.
11, 1-iil, at In o'clock, a. m. E.O. GOODRICH,
i UDITOR'S NOTICE. —ln the matter of
I J.X. /I'm. Srott vs. The North Broach Canal Compa
j nif. In the Court of Bradford County t'luuuon Picas,
• No. <;2I. September Term. 1-59.
j The undersigned, an Auditor, appointed by the Court
J to distribute funds arising lr mSliei ilFs sale of defend
ant's personal property, will .ittenc to the duties ol his
appointment at the office ol Wilinot A Watkins, in tin
Borough ol Towanda, on MONDAY, the 21-t day of
I OCTOBER, 1861, at I o'clock, 1". M., when and wbere
1 all persons having claims against said estate, are rc
<|ii' -ted to present the same or be forever debarred
therefrom. G. 11. WATKINS,
Sept. 19 1 -ill. Auditor.'
i \ DMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE—Notice
i- hereby given, that all per-ons indebted to the es
tate of ORRAMEL TRACY. d< >).. late oi Smithfi* Id tj .
! are hereby requested to make payment without, delay,
, and all persons having demands against raid estate will
i present them duly authenticated lor settlement.
A. L. TRACT,
Sept. 24.1861. Administrator.
! ORIDGE LETTING.—SeaIed proposals
1 ) will be received at the house of Benjamin Herman,
I in Ridgbury, on SATURDAY, the sth day of OCTOBER,
I 18C1, until 1 o'clock, p. m. for the building and coniple
! ting of a Bridgeacr ss BentJev Creek, near that place.
SpWilieations for the same may be seen at the said Her
j man's, ami at the Commissioner's Office, tor ten days
previous lo said letting. W. 11. DECKER,
j P. 11. BUCK.
W. A.TUOM VS.
Commissioner's Office, Sept. 25, 1861. Comr's.
2 1. i- hereby given, that ail persons indebted to the es
tate of DANIEL STRONG, dee d., late of Wells twp.,
: arc hereby requested to 1 make payment without delay,
and all persons having demands'against said estate will
present them duly authenticated tor setllem- nt.
Kept. 35,1861. Administratrix.
rpoWANDA. PA.,—OPENS FOR TIIE
L winter, SEPTEMBER 9, 1-Cl. Penmanship and
i Double Entry Book keeping taught in all their various
j branches, on the same principle as that pursued in the
' largest Commercial Colleges, and at one-quarter the usual
! air Pupils ran enter at anytime, as each one receives
I For full course in Book-keeping and Penmanship
including diploma, , fs on
i Partial course in Book keeping, 5 00
j Penmanship—24 lessons, 3 00
do. 14 " 200
Ornamental Penmanship, 5 00
The full course embraces Commercial Penmanship and
j Book keeping by Single and Double Entry, as practical
ly used in the different departments of Trade and Com-j
; merce. including Wholesaleaud Retail, Commission.Man
j ufacturing. Shipping, Individual and Partnership busi- ;
ness, with in.-tructk'ti in Commercial Laws, Correspond
j enCe, Ac. • j
I Persons taking the full course will become qualified to i
conduct a set of hooks by Double Entry in the most ex
I Specimens of Penmanship will be sent to any address
II whenever requested.
For further information address C. E. EATON.
Towanda, Sept. 10,1861. tf Principal.
~GRE AT~B ARG AIN S!
From 83,000 to 84,000 Worth
Ilavi light recently the
Athens G net Ware Rooms,
And entire stock of FURNITURE from the late pro
prietor, K. M. WELLES, it will be sold forCASH
AT PARHC PRICES.
FJLIIE STOCK IS LA RGE
ZtolEbwWv -I and very complete, has been well
selected, and is well adapted tor the
hrHaHßy? wants ol the country. -V B -It is a
common remark made by visitors to
tiiis establishment, " V\ by, I bad no
ide I vou iiad so. ha large and splen
did assortment of Furniture. I Lave
"/ seen nothing like it short of the city.
( 5.-V* We have BEDSTEADS Irom $2 50
I ' -*%, and upward-. COTTAGE aud other
K'e'.-Vr-'-S&N CHAIRS, in great variety, troin $4,00
Jf to $25.00 per set. TABLES from $2,50
\ upwards, and
Everything' else in Proportion.
e b5 ® h
In every style, size and price, to suit the meausand taste
of anv and all customers. )92i* Call and see our st-,ck.
Alliens, Pa.. July 24 IsCl. I . N . I'At.E.
What Everybody Ouirlit lo Know!
That Goo. P. Cr.£h has a Tiist Class
MARBLE YARD !
ITS TULL OTES.ATICW,
A T TC) A\ r AN D A !
rim AT HE IS PREPARED TO DO
! WORK better and cheaper than any other establish
ment ill the country. That he can put up sets of Tomb-
Stones at any price from $5 to SSOO. That lie warrants
his work to be well done and to give satisfaction. 'I hat
he can furnish Marble Tabic Tops and Mantles as cheap
a.-, they can be obtained lu New York or elsewhere.
WH AT EVERYBODY OUGHT TO DO !
Come to his Yard before purchasing elsewhere. Tat
roniae a borne enterprise, and not run away to A ork
State and get interior work done. And finally every
body ought to erect a suitable memorial over the re
mains of their loved friends.
CAUTION.—A man calling himself Thomas,and hail
ing Irom Binghaniton, ha- been obtaining orders tor
work by representing that he is agent for a manufactory
in Towanda. Beware of him!
Some agents have a habit of calling on the friends of
the decea-cd for work, bej'"i e they have fairly barird
t> rir dead out of fheh- right. Frown upon such men.
When you get ready, call on the subscriber and examine
X. B. Country produce taken in exchange for work.
Don't forget the'place, Eagle Marble Works, opposite
. Gcu. Pattern's residence, Towanda, Pa.
GEO. P. CASH.
AGENTS—G. W. Brink, Leßaysville; B. Overfield,
Mt-hcppcu; J. 11. Webb, Smithfield Summit; It. S. Dart,
Towanda, June 12. 1861.
Sept. 10, 1861.
rrUTE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RE-
I eeiving an extensive aud well selected stock of
ISOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS
Purchased since the late depression in prices, and com
prising all the usual varieties of Gents., Ladies, Misses
BOOTIES AHD CASTERS
Suitable for the season. Also, a large stock of
HOME MJLBZ3 WOItH,
The quality "f which i- too well known to need further
recommendation. Also, a large stock of
Sole and Upper Leather,
Kip skin", French and American Calf Skin<. Harness
I.cather, Morocco, and Lining-, &c. An excellent assort
Saddlery Hardware, Harness Trimmings, Jr., Ac.
I have established a
11 A I iNESS SHOP !
\ il will keep on hand Double and Single Harness, Sad
illi ■•. Bridle-, Halters. Marlinesies. Whips. Ac., ar.d will
make to order any work in this line, all which, as well .is
my whole stock, will be sold for ready pay,at remarkably
I, price in order to meet the exigencit -of the times.
J. 14. HUMPHREY,
i Towanda, Sept. 10.1861.
S.CS9 VOLUfiTRRS HiO!
TO TRANSPORT OUR EXTENSIVE
IT'ROM A THOROUGH EXAMINA-
J. TION into the state of aUuirs in Bradford county,
we have come to the com lu-ion that every family want
GOODS AT PANIC PRICES
Having made our late purchases accordingly we are now
opening a I.', "gc stock of.Dry Goods. Groceries, Hard
ware. ' 'rockery, Paints, Oils, Nails. Glass and Sa-sh. Es
pecial attention is called to our new stock i f
BOOTS AUD SHOES,
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
&c., &c., &c.,
Which we C \N and WILL -ell for cash or ready pay at
price- which will astonish the natives, and our old cus
tomers in particular. TRACY A MOOIIE.
Towanda, June 10, ISfil.
Come Along ! Everybody !
TO THE NEW
GROCERY & PROVISION STORE
11. 11. STEVENS.
At the building formerly occupied by J. 11. Xt vins,
on Main street, opposite the Court House.
nIS STOCK CONSISTS OF VARIOUS
. brands of Coffee. Tea, Sugar, &c., all very cheap,
besides a splendid assortment of Spices, Nuts, Candies,
Fruits, and Confectioneries, and a good assortment in
the Provision line. Tobacco and Segars of every quality
and price. He will also pay the
Highest Price for Butter and Eggs,
And such other articles of country trade as the farmers
may have to dispose of.
j#- He would say to all If you want any thing in his
line of trade, give liiin a call, aud you can be accommo
Towanda, June 19,1861.—tf
OWING to the fact that all confidence in
the present Credit System is destroyed the sub
scribers have determined to sell goods hereafter
Exclusively for Ready Pay.
All those hav'ng unsettled accounts with us will oblige
ns by settling the same at once, and all Notes and judg
ments due ns must be pa ; d soon in order to save cost.
N- B- No respeot of persons shown.
Rulingtun Aug 11, 1861. J- F. LONG k SON.
OLD DRUG STORE,
Already admitted to be
The largest, safest and most approved
DRUG HOUSE IN NORTHERN PENNSYLVANIA!
An established reputation for beeping the best medicine,
In its facilities and apparatus fur compounding and pre
MEDICINE AND PRESCRIPTIONS,
Conducted by thoroughly competent persons, who devote
the most careful attention.pay the strictest regard
to accuracy, and use oaly selected arti
cles. aud medicines of unques
tioned purity, has become
i?2S S&BU © JUDS S=T©lß
Witli prices revised to correspond with the market.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
ALL ARTICLES WARRANTED AS REPKE-SENTEB.
By recent arrangements with the Manufacturers, Impor
ters or i ir-t Holders of Goods aud Cash Purcha
ses, the prices will always he at the low
est point for Prime Goods.
LOWER FIGURES THAN EVER IX
Paints, Oils, A arnishes, Glass,
DRUGS 8L DYE-STUFFS.
Everything in this extensive stuck will be sold
Cheap fur Cash !
TRICES UEOC cK D , via:
Of Soaps, Perfumery, Brushes, Combs,
Pocket Knives and Kazors,
Lamps and Materials for Light.
TRUSSES & SUPPORTERS, .
WINES AND LIQUORS, ONLY FOR MEDICINE
TOBACCO & SNUFF.
All the Popular Patent Medicines,
Tooth, Skin & Hair Preparations,
Fancy Articles of all Descriptions,
Eclectic, teutonic and Ifomaopaihic Medicines
Spices, ill'd Seed, /.amp Shades and Harden Seeds.
FISII TACKLE, AMMUNITION, Ac.
Con-tituting the most complete assortment, embracing
the great wants of the People, reduced in Price,
and revised for the Cash System.
Dll. PORTER'S CAMPHENE I
DR. PORTER'S ALCOHOL!
DR. PORTER'S BURNING FLUID !
Are Fresh, daily prepared, and unrivalled by any in the
DR. PORTER'S PREPARATIONS
For Family Use,
Known n* ? ife and E V. ible Remedies, are warranted for
what they are intended to give satisfaction,
I Dr. Porter's Pectoral Syrup price 37J cent*
! I>r. Porter's Family Embrocation •' '25 "
j Dr. Porter'i Tonic EUitr " 50 "
Or Porter's Worm Syrc ii " 25 "
Dr. Porter's Comp. Svr. Hypophosphitea.. " 100 "
i Or. Porter's Uterine 'Tonic " 150 "
i>r. Porter's Blackberry Balsam " 25 "
I Or. Porter's Tooth Ache Drops " 25 "
Or. Porter's Cephalic Snuff " 25 "
Dr. Porter's Tooth Powder " 25 "
Dr. Porter's Tricogene " 25 "
Or. Porter's Tricophile " 25 "
Or. Porter's Hhampoo " 35 "
Or. Porter's Horse and Cattle lx>tion " 37$ "
Or. Porter's Horse and''attic Powder " 25 "
Or. Porter's Bed ling Poison " 25 "
Dr. Porter's Black Ink " 25 "
Or. Porter's Cleansing Fluid " 37$ "
Dr. i'orter's Rat and Mice Poison. " 25 "
I)r. Porter's Citrate Magnesia " 25 "
Medical Advice given gratuitously at the office
Charging only for Medicine.
e-rThankfn! for past libera! patronage would respect
ful! v announce to hi- friend- and tlie public that no pain!
Khali lie sp ired to satis y and merit the continuance of
their confidence and patronage, at the
Cash Drug* Store !
Comer of Main and Pine streets.
Towanda. Sept. 5,1801.
X EW FALL
ST mi OF GOODS I
FOR CASH ONLY.
HATS AND CAPS.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
And other Hardware, and other varieties of merchandise
too numerous to mention.
arc We earnestly desire all persous indebted to tig to
make an effort to help us in this our trying time of need.
Towanda, Sept. 3, lsGl.
NEW FURNITURE I ~
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
I. and extensive assortment <>l Sofas, Mohpgany Chairs,
Mahogany and Walnut Rockers, Boston Rockers, Fiue
Cane -eat. Wood, and Rush bottom, Hair, Cane-seat and
Cane back Itockc . Looking Glasses, Cord and Tassel*,
Picture Frames, Ac.,
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
Sir Please call and satisfy yourselves.
Towanda, June fli, 1861. CHESTER WELBS.
TX ACCORDANCE WITn WIIAT
1 seems to be the necessities of the times, and for my
own business security, 1 have concluded to sell Goods
FOB READY PAY I
I believe I have as good credit-customers as any one, and
most of them prompt paying ones, but future prosperity
in liusir.es I think requires that Groceries and Provi
sions should be sold for cash.
1 hope, by attention to business, and an earnest desire
to please, to still retain ail of my old patrons.^
war Those who are indebted to me will by
settling up at once. E. T. FOX.
Towanda. August I.lftfll.
\ RMIXISTRATORS JJOTICE.—Notice
is hereby given, that all persons indebted to tlie es
tate if ISAAC NICHOLS, late of Pike twp., dee d., are
requested to make payment without delay, and those hav
ing claims against said estate will present them duly au
thenticated for settlement. JOS. H. MARSH, Adm.
Pike. Aug. 20, 1861.-6t.
iDM IX ISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
■IA j s hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate of THOMAS SMKAD, late otSmltbfield twp.. dec'd.,
are requested to make payment without delay.and those
having claims against said estate will present them duly
authenticated lor settlement. JA3 H. WEBB, Adnj
Post Office address, Sqaithtield Summit
Smith field, Aug. W, 1961