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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Court convened at this place on Moil
, Wc will publish the proceedings next week.
- MKHAN, & volunteer from this
in Capt. GORE'S Company, died suddenly in camp,
' Washington, one day last week. He leaves a WTO
"" several children, who reside in this place.
jgj- PRISTKRS, ATTENTION !—A Journey
. Printer, who has had aome experience In uewspa
Publishing, desires to procure a permanent tituatiun
florae Rood Printing Office, Best of references given,
immediately," Union, Box 158, Towanda, Pa.
DESERTERS ARRESTED —Two deserters
„ c 4 pt Pen's Comf any, were arrested in this coun
fid lodged in jail, on Friday. One of them, a minor,
< discharged on a writ of haheat eorpue, the other was
,t v f ed back to Camp Curtin, on Monday.
CAPTION —ln calling for that excellent
Cj rutufi (P. B Pcl.and A Co.VChemical Saleratus) be
re that you get what yon call Tor, as there are, owing
• 3 great success, numerous imitations in the market,
•f in the same colored papers. Be sure and get that
, tbthe nam* ot I). B. DeLand A Co. upon it, and then
will be "re you are right. t
One day last week, a negro was bro't
V this place and lodged in jail, charged with ravishing
ftrte white women, it Albany township. We did
not learn the full particulars .but from the fact he commit
•fd the fiendish crime, it is surpri ing that he ever reach
wi here alive. Summary punishment, in justice, should
buvc been meted out to him, on the nearest tree.
_0n Tuesday, he was brought before the court, and
after a bearing was sentenced to fifteen years imprison-
Bient in the peniteutiary.
8A DISGUSTING SPECTACLE. —One stormy
rorning. last week, a woman, (or rather a female thing)
in a beastly state of intoxication, endeavoring to pass
iilong the side walk, in front of our office, tell to the pave
ment. and being utterly unable to rise, lay there in the
, lO rm for some time. Kven the dogs in the street did not
;,y ber that respect which they showed Lazarus of old.
bat "passed hyon the other side,"'gazing witli canine
curiosity upon the victim of "tangle-foot." An Irish
*aman at last discovered her and conveyed ber away.—
HreuKs, (no.' our special artUt. of the car,) endeavored
v -Ae her picture, on the spot, but was unable to get a
jay- COUNTERFEITER ARRESTED —Oti Friday
ataman by the name of JOHNSON was arrested in this
ice, charged with circulating counterfeit money in the
tsr part of the county. There seems to lie a number
them in company, and unfortunately the principal
:■> liis escape. A despatch was sent from this place
Waverlv, to secure his arre.t there, but received a few
after the travntetton which lie had secured a
f-agc. A despatch vas immediately sent Irom Waver-
Elmirafor his apprehension there. He was arrest
it Klmirn. lmt through some means was discharged,
: ;i is now at large.
liis confederate, JOHNSON, is now in jail at this place.
: 1 -.Til', probably be tried at tin- present term ot Court,
■ is.h is now iu session.
ItSf* Tire Bradford Reporter lias nt length,
•It weeks after the election given us the official vote of
that county Coming to ee it we can easily perceive
why it hu< is'i-n m. long smothered. One year ago Brad-
I >rd gave 1 33t> republi an majority. Now Col. MEANS
. beaten or mem her only 2,2T€.
We t lip the above from the Columbia Democrat, of the
! ill uit. The " bob-taii" editor of that frivolous sheet
; -t excuse us for not publishing the official vote soon
i- we gave it publicity as soon as lite votes were eount
f. \ tile Return Judges. I: we were accustomed to" an
vte" a. extensively ns" Bob" is in the habit of do
t itc might have giv.-n the " official'' several weeks
.• the election, but we don't admire the style. How
ft : is well enough for " Boh" to Amy ovvcasionally.
J®* RORRED—Tire llarrislmrj* Daily Tel-
IfojA, of the t'.ltli lilt., lixs tile following :—" C. U. Co
v Esq., County Superintendent of Bradford county,
l ran in attendance, as a delegate from that county
he recent State Educational Convention, met with a
-rious loss at the depot in our city, at noon to-day,
-nigh the operations of one of the adroit pickpockets
hi are ever on the alert in that locality to pounce upon
.aspecting strangers. It appears that Mr. ConrftM,
: .in h-nir or so previous to the robbery, drew his sal
fri-m the Statu as County Superintendent, which con
■ -ted a- fur as he can recollect of five S2O bills, one hun
.-i-l.ind twenty dollars in $lO hills, about thirty dollars
l'i hill*, and three dollars in gold dollar pieces. This
as placid in liis wallet, and he proceeded to the depot
"tre he purchased a ticket for Washington city, and
us in the act of getting iu tiie train of cars for that
s-e when be discovered that his pocket book was mis
-1 He immediately gave the alarm, but, of course,
:-ha promiscuous crowd, the discovery of the thief
Ii utterly impissible Mr. Conru.N remained in the
nd made known bis loss to the Mayor, who has ta
active measures for detecting the thief. Mr. Com nx
i?'wr man, and the losi to him is a very serious one."
The Montr or t Democrat, of the 28th
•- itains the followiig particulars of two accidents,
r .rn, Susquehanna county On Tuesday even
's* 14th inst., about dusk, David Millard, of Auburn,
'a lis wife and three children, and Phillip Hall and
K ein a wagon returning from the river, and when
Spring Hill, in Bradford county, Michael Dc
-md Harris Roberts, of Auburn, who were in a wag
• "and,attempted to pass them—Millard having pre
run by Devine. On turning a corner, near Mr. j
"T s house, the two women were thrown out—Mrs.
Hd having a child n her arms. She struck, as is
iposed,on her head, knocking a hole in her forehead j
"bicha portion of her brains protruded. There
f al-o marks of three corks of a horse shoe on the side j
-•* head, supposed to fie caused by one of Devine's
•<-* trampling upon her in passing. The wagon wheel
•••<d over Vr crushing her hip. She died on Friday
t- i- Mr- Hall was a j 40 run over and injured serious, j
1 dangerously. The child was not hurt. Mil-J
.'no about eleven rods before he or Ilal! knew the
J' ' ,Ull ' thrown out; they then stopped and took the :
sita to Sylverry's.
'hi Monday, November 18th, Patrick McGavin.of j
ihi the barn of Elijah Adams,at Aubutn Four i
I. -^ r - McGavin in the lireast. He walked !
,p . and died it about twenty minutes.
i t krww.e TUAGEOV —The Elmira Ad- j
[ a recent date has the following:—" We ate
t - ' Mr. ht\ . Taylor, of this village, for the par- 1
[i' ''T'lde tragedy which occurred yesterday
L-v ' >A '' a * ma H village on the road to Tio- j
P ■ twelve miles from the State line.
I •'i tiiers named William and A1 ouzo Lot tin, were
[ ' ■ lt! a quarrel, when Aionzo struck William with
"pen his head from the top clear down :
Lj l,le '"fehcad and nose. Mr. Taylor describes the |
L7 fc '"Eh'ul iii the extreme, the most awful sight i
L f,(fr '°°ked upon. Strange to say, the man was
Pttn' * >ul wa * rti " ,lvln K w ''en Mr. Taylor
P ike diwtor said it was impossible for '
L. ;v e but a few minutes longer. The infuriated
L**, i " fr '"dieting this fearful blow .struck him upon
| 'ihehead with the axe.
l-ic iT, "' the B"*rrel was unknown, but Aionzo ful-1
I ': I m.iif to the people, saying that he was act j
L . It must have been an extreme case I
I•, ? l! ' JS re< l a i'e to chop his brother in pieces, i
I "' W f;<rt that Instead of being arrested on the j
I . n „ rt j. (o | |nf r ,\f liquor to use '
j- cd that he wyitaad pruc#rcj the liquor
and returnod with it to Maple Ridge. They are both said
to be desperate characters, and the people of the neigh
borhood wore evidently afraid of them. One man prom
ised Mr. Taylor that he would see tiie assassin arrested,
hut nothing was done about it at the hour when Mr. Tay
lor came away. It seems astounding that suohamous
ter should he allowed to roaui at large in a civilized soiu
MT*BK:GHAM'S BINGHAMTON AND BROOME CO.
' DiKKCTonr—Mr. A. D. BRIG BAM, formerly of this coun
ty , has issued a Directory of Biughamton and Broome
County, a copy of which has been forwarded to ua. A
hasty inspection of the work assures us that it Is of great
value in that locality, and should he profltable to the en
terprising publisher. •
ADM IX IST RATOR 'S N OTI CE Not ice
is hereby given, that ail persons indebted to the ea
i tate of ORRAMEL TRACY, dee'd., late of SmithSeld tp.,
are hereby requested to make payment without delay,
I and all persons having demands against said estate will
I present them duly authenticated for settlement,
j A. L. TRACY,
i 11. 18'il. Administrator.
NOTICE AII persoos indebted to the sub
scriber for Piothotiotary's fees, or by Judgment,
| Note, or otherwise, are requested to call and settle the
: same, without further delay, with N. J. KEKLKR, Esq.,
;or A. 1,. MCKIAN, my sou," who are authorized to setue
and cancel the same, for me, and may be found at the
office ot F. G. C'JBUBN, Esq., north side of the Public
Square- Costs will most certainly be made, unless at
tention is paid to this call without distinction of persons.
Towanda, Nov. 28, 1801. ALLEN McKEAN.
NOTICE —Notice is hereby given to the
public that I have sold out my interest iu the Bake
| ry.ar.d that business will hereafter be conducted in the
name of H Shaw. B.F.SHAW,
j Nov. 13,1861.
(CAUTION. —The public i hereby cautioned
J against purchasing two notes given by myself to
i Wm. W. Angle, or bearer, for filty dollars each, dated In
j October last, and payable in one year from date with in
terest. Having received no value for the same, I shall
| not pay them, unless compelled by law. J. C. LEE.
j Herrick, Nov. 12 1861.
A I) MINISTR ATO Il'S NOT ICE -^Notke
I is hereby given, that all persons indebicd to the es
tate of THoSf AS SMEAD, late ofSmithfield twp.. dee'd.
are requested to make payment without delay.and those
i having claims against said estate will present them duly
authenticated for settlement. JAS H. WEBB, Adrn.
| Post Office addres.f, Smithfield Summit
] Smithfield, Aug.2o. 1861.
i XX. is herehv given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate of DANIEL STRONG, dee'd., late of Wells twp.,
! are hereby requested to make payment without delay,
. and all persons Laving demands against said estate will
j present them duly authenticated for settiemf nt.
Sept. 25, 1861. Administratrix.
I" pXECUTOR'S NOTICE —Notice is here-
J by given, that all persons indebted to the estate of
WARREN ALLEN, dec d.. late nt Smithfield twp.. are
hereby requested to m ike immediate payment, and all
p.-rsons having demands against said estate will please
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
| Oct. 16.1861. Executors.
1 EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE -Notice is here-
J by given, that all persons indebted to the estate of
JONATHAN HALL, dee'd., late of Smithfield twp.. are
f hereby requested to make immediate payment, and all
j persons Itsving demands against said estate wi 1 please
1 present thetn duly authenticated for settlement.
ACHSAH HALL, (now Achsaifi Allen,)
Oct. 16.1861. Executrix.
, VOTICfi IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
it an application has been made to the Court of Com
| mon Pleas ot Bradford county, by Wm. A. Benedict, A!-
; vah Cooler, and others, to grant a charter of incorpora
| tion for religious purposes to themselves, their associates
and successors, under the name and style of the " Meth
; odiat Episcopal Church of Myersburg, —and if no suffi
j eient reasons he shown to the contrary, the said Court
will decree that they become a corporate bodv.
K. O. GOODRICH,
Nov. 13,1861. Prothonotary.
ADM INI STR AT< )R'S NOTICE.—Not ice
1 * is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
i tate of ISAAC NICIIOI-S. late of Pike twp., dee'd., are
j requested to make payment w itlmut delay, and those bav
i ing claims against said estate will present them duly au
: thentii-ated for settlement. JOS. U. MARSH, Atim.
! Pike. Aug. 2n. 1861.-6t.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Notice isbere
by given, that all persons indebted to the estate of
JOHN SHARTS, late ot Wilraot twp., deceased, are
hereby requested to make payment without delay ; and
those having demands against said estate will present
them duly authenticated for settlement.
JOHN P. SHARTS,
Oct. 2. 1861. Executor.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1* an application has been made to the Court of Com
mon Picas of Bradford county, by Charles Comstock, N. ;
C. Harris, and others, to grant a charter of incopnration '
for religious purposes to themselves, their associates and
successors, under the name and style of the " Rector,
Church Wardens and Vestrymen of Trinity Church, i
Athens,"—and if no suciffient reasons lie shown to the
contrary, the said Court will decree that they become a
corporate body. E. O. GOODRICH,
Nov. 13,1861. Prothonotary.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT;
X s an application has been made to the ('curt of Com- ;
mon Picas of Bradford county, by A. F. Todd, G. A. Per
kins, and others, to grant a charter of incorporation for
religious purposes to themselves, their associates and
successors, under the name and style of the " Consistory
ot the Protestant Reformed Dutch Church of Athens,"—
arid if no sufficient reasons lie shown to the contrary, the
said Court will decree that they become a corporate
body. £. O. GOODRICH,
Nov. 13, 1861. Prothonotary.
DRESSED AND FAT WANTED,
In exchange for CASH or GROCERIES, at
Towinda, Nov. 3t. 1861. PATCH'S.
NOTICE —A SPECI aI MEETING OF
the Stockholders of the BARCLAY RAIL RO AD
A COAL COMPANY, will be held on Thursday, the 12th
day of Decemlier, A. D. 1861, at 11 o'clock A. M., at the
office of the Company, N. W. Corner ot 4th k Walnut sts.,
Philadelphia, tor the purpose of receiving the report of
the Directors of the causes which have led to the making
the assignment in Trust of the Company's property, and
of taking such action as the interest of the said Stockhold
ers may tequire in the present situation of the Company'a
I affairs. GEO. R. OAT, Pres.
: H A VEY SHAW, Sec 'y.
; Nov. 21,1861.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE—Notice
1\ is hereby given, that all persona indebted to the
estate of Andrew Pendleton dec d., late of Warren twp.,
are hereby requested to made payment without de
lay and all persons having demands against said estate
wiii present them duly authenticated for settlement.
EDWIN E. BUFFINGTON,
Nov. 27,1861. Admistrator.
WANTED- BY THE SUBSCRIBERS,
3,00(1 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, 1861.
Su (Tail TFLA AND COFFEE, IN
great variety, for sale cheap. We warrant every
pound of Tea we sell, at FOX'S. |
WANTED !—SHEET 1 PELTS AND
WOOL, for which the highest price ip cash will :
be paid at PATCH'S. I
Towanda. Sept. 18,1*61.
EXTRACTS for FLAVORING OF
the best marks, much cheaper than usual, at
Towanda, June 26, 1661. FOX'B.
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN
cash will be paid for Wool, Hides and Sheep Pelts,
at the Store of M. E. SOLOJfON.
MR J G TOWNER, having returned
from the " Norma! Academy of Music," Geneaeo,
N. Y.. and hecame associated with Mr. J. G.
[HUNTTING.pimist pupil of the abo*e Institution
tend also of the' Normal Musical Institute " North
Reading, Mass , they would announce that they
are prepared to bold Conventions In any Section of the
Circulars, giving fnll particulars as to terms, regula
tions, Ac., sent to any address npon application to
J G. TOWNER. Rome, Pa., or
J. G. HUNTTING, Towanda, Pa.
Mr. HUNTTING would respectfully inform the people
of Towanda and vicinity, that, be wilf, (when not absent
attending Conventions) give instruction in BAf°lNf'S
Svstem of singing, either private or in clas.es.
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE,
EMERY BROS., Proprietors,
PATENTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Emery's Patent Changeable Rail*
road Horse Powers,
ALSO, LEVER POWERS, for Four, Six and Eight
Horses, of new and superior construction, to
gether with a great variety of labor-saving
TO THE FARMING PUBLIC.-Xotiee
is hereby given that RAYMOND M. WELLES, ot
; Athens, Pa., (who was until recently the senior member
| of the firm of Welles, Blood A Co,, of Athens,) is the cn
y authorized Agent for the sale of EMERY'S HORSE
POWEIift.THRESHING MACHINES,and other WARIIB
manufactured at the
ALBANY AGRICULTURAL WORKS
For the county of Bradford, with the privilege ot selling
for the counties of Tioga, Susquehanna, and Wyoming,
in Pennsylvania, and the adjoining counties in New
I York State.
ALL licenses and contracts heretofore existing with
I other parties for their manufacture and sale in this terri
tory having expired, the public are notified that they
I will be held responsible directey to the Patentees for dam
ages for using any other horse poweis, threshers, Ac.,
made and sold to them by othe- parties and in imitation
of and infringing upon the letters patent held by EMERY
TFW For description of prices, terms, Ac., see the II
: lustrated Catalogue of the Albany Agricultural Works,
furnished gratis on application to EMERY BROTHERS,
| Albany, N. Y.. or R. M. WELLES,
Atheus, June 26. 18G1. Athens, Pa.
Susqutliaittta Collegialt liutitutt,
TOWANDA, BRADFORD CO., PA.
i Rev. JAMES 'MuWILI.I A.M. Principal, Professor of An
cient Languages, and Mental and Moral Sciences,
i SAMUEL L. FISI.ER, A. B. Professor of Mathematics
and Natural Science.
PIot.CHARLES R. COBURN County Superintendent,
General Director of Normal Department,
j C. E. EATON, Professor of Penmanship and Book-keep-
I Miss NANCY BALI.ARD. Preceptress.
I Mrs. HELEN A. ADAMS. Assistant Preceptress.
Miss MARY B. ALLEN. Teacher of Vocal and Instrumen
Mr.D. CANFIELD DAYTON, Stewarl.
The Winter Termcommences WEDNESDAY,NOVEM
BER 27, and will continue 14 weeks.
TUITION, FEK TKHM :
[Payable invariably in advance, or one-half on entering
tiie school, and one-halt at the middle of the term—fuel
and contingencies included.]
Primary, per term $ 4 00
Preparatory <I 00
Higher, Ist year, per term 7 00
Higher, Ist and 2d year, per term 8 00
Classical, Ist year, per term 7 00
Classical, 2d and 3d vear, per term 8 00
N. B. Pupils will be classed by the most advanced
branch they respectively pursue.
Pupils using scholarships are charged $1 per term for
fuel and contingents.
French $ 3 00
German. 3 00
Drawing 5 00
Board in the Institute, per week, including fuel
and light 2 00
Washiug, per dozen 38
The Collegiate year is divided into three terms of 14
weeks each. The Anniversaiy exercises will be held at
the close of the Spring term.
No deduction will be made for absence, except in case
of protracted illness of over two weeks.
Instrumental Music will not, as heretofore, be taught in
the Institution,but by special arrangement—a class will
he taught in a hall adjoining the grounds of the lustitute,
by the Teacher of Vocal Music.
This arrangement lias been adopted for the past term,
and experience has proved it to be eminently superior to
the plan pursued in former years. Special pains will be
taken to secure the greatest progress of those wishing to
take lessons in this branch. Terras will be as heretofore :
Tuition on Piano Forte, per term $lO 00
i Use of instrument on which to take lessons 50
do for practice 2 (F
Pupils boarding in the Hall will furnish their own tow
els, Ac., and the table silver a. their option. It is desira
ble that they also furnish their own bed and bedding
when it is convenient, but when otherwise, these will be
furnished at a slight charge.
It is strongly recommended that students from abroad
should board in the Institution, as better opportunities
for advancement in study ate thereby secured.
Normal Department —Special exercises are arrangeo
without extra charge for those preparing themselves as
Teachers of Common Schools. Prof. C. 11. COBURN, the
able and well known Superintendent of Common Schools
in the county, has kindly consented to organize the Tea
cher's class, and direct the course to be pursued.
He will also be present - to conduct its exercises as often
as practicable, and will deliver frequent lectures on the
Theory and Practice of Teaching, as also on other subjects
connected with Normal training.
Those persons, therefore, intending to engage in teach
ing for the winter, will find it greatly to their advantage
to he present during the Fall terra.
Prof. Cohurn's connection with the institution is not
such as to in any way interfere with the discharge of the
regular duties of his oflice.
No pains will be spared, on the part of the Faculty and
Trustees in sustaining the high repulatation the institu
tion has hitherto enjoyed, and iu rendering it more wor
thy of future patronage and support
JAMES MEWILLIAM, Principal.
Threshing Machine Agency.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS SOLE AGENT
in the county ot Bradford and the neighboring coun
ties in Pennsylvania and New York, for
Celebrated Threshing Machines,
EMERY'S ONE AND TWO HORSE POWERS, are
too well and popularly known to need any description
from me, aud T will only say that they continue to de
serve the reputation they have enjoyed for ten years of
being the "best Endless Chain Horse Power in use."
These Powers possess conveniences and advantages pos
sessed by no other power,
EMERY'S NEW PATENT
THRESHER AND CLEANER
This a new Machine, and has not before been intro
duced into this region. It has no endless chain straw
carrier, but separates all kinds of grain thoroughly from
the straw, by a combination of Pitts' Endless Canvass
Celled Apron, a new Improved Revolving Picker, and
the well known Vibrating Riddle. It is a simple, durable
and efficient Machine, will thresh rapidly and clean thor
oughly, without wasting, all kinds of grain, it will not
choke, run easily and steadily, without jumping, and is
warranted to he'superior to the common Rake Cleaner
now in use. It remains only to be seen and tested, to be
pronounced by every experienced hand at threshing, to
fie an admirably contrived and constructed Thresher and
EMERY'S IMPROVED THRESHERS & SEPARATERS,
are not excelled by any in market, are well constructed,
•imple and durable. lam prepared to supply all kinds
at manufacturers prices and terms.
tar For further information, illustrative and descrip
tive Catalogues, prices, Ac., apply to
K.M. WELLES, Agent.
Athens. Pa.. July 30.1861.
~ SPECIAL NOTICE.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH WHAT
JL seems to be the necessitiss of the times, and for my
own business security, I have concluded to sell Goods
FOR READY PAY!
I believe I have as good credit-customers as any one, and
most of them prompt paying ones, bat future prosperity
In bualnss I tnlnk reqntrea that Groceries at d Provi
sions should be sold for cash.
I hope, by attention to business, and an earnest desire
to please, to still retain all of my old patrons
or Those who are indebted to mc a if! oblige me by
settling op at once E. T. FOX
fowanas, locust I, ISul
Of the amuant, description rind valuation of Roal and Personal Property, Trades, Professions and Occupation!. OfD
cos and Posts of Profit, Money at Interest, Notes, Judgments, Mortgages, Ao., Gold Lever, Silver Lever and Gold
and Silver Watches, valued at over S2O, Ac., Ac., as returned by the several Assessors of Bradford county, tor A,
•T T """"" f C.yS;;-? 4\4>*
a 4 3 £ tj ii iJJSllfl- ?Hft it
S Twwsssirs j 1 s?| ,jj| rl-'sdar;;*
l * *i i |il i; teHi'jiUi
? UOROFGHB I Ml :S I: fci S5- i Sit : F
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92 Armenia A7v*>7t 2706 *
257 Aaylum 8460 l 11652 2300 ! J 3
160 Athena Boro 991601 12240 j 90| I ®|
447 Athena twp 321041 25572 4960' . 150' 4 1
261 Albany 42321 8405 450
47 Burlington Boro 17786 2170 j 60
Burliugton West 75881 85T&; 500 .
2121 Burlington twp 83427 80CC | 40 '
431 Canton 18907? 18083 SSTO ! i i *■ *
2741 Columbia 166717 18786 ! 40
189'Prauklln 47861 8433 235 ! •
3001 Granville 89363 11TT6 860| ; j j 3
233 Herrick 6200 M 11984 450|
266 Litchfield 100927 13100 1600 i
314 Leßoy 66 06 8688
. Monroe twp 70928 8870 34#
61 Monroe Boro 16540 2660 410 I f
329 Orwell 123046 173T0 8576' 466 ! 1 I 2 1
I 93 Overton 21322 4019
. Pike 166706 21068 JT00; 636
314 Ridgbury 106966 16267 eBO 190
254 Roue twp 92893 11137
CI Borne Boro 8927 9668 j
49 Sylvanle 17636 1958 1125 76 | 2,
190 South Creek 71680 676 490 173
339 Shesbequln 149234 16208 1800 846 4
448 Springfield 140096 21582 615 375
404 Smlthfleld 172843 21941 3620 260 ; 2
175 Standing Stone 74868 11311 2450 440 100 1
.. Tuscarora 75824 11823
. . Towanda Boro 161946 17280 22600 T45 l|oo| 3009 10 6
133 Towanda North 54746 6680 200 4
.. Towanda twp 67543 C 490
206 Terry twp 61914 8805 6862 250 1
152 Troy Boro 05005 j 8000 4375 | 100 20
348 Troy twp 1771011 18061 2390 860, 1
212 Ulster 90437 11496 2000 1 9
359 Warren 1352131 16880 2600
257 Windham 109034 17295 4100 310 1
315 Wyaiusing 117014 15468 5297 610 3 1
2CI Wvaoi 139052 i 16534 1250 , 3wo 2 1
231 Wells 90305 14265 860
219 Wilmot 63669] 10065! j j j J
'14093140; *61863?!391949 $7449! • 1400 i $3400! 17! 6sl 12 j
BRADFORD COUNTY 8S We, the undersigned, Commissioners of aald county, do hereby certify the above
to be a true and correct statement of the returns made by the several Assessors of Bradford county, for the year
1962; and. we also give notice that we will meet at the Commissioner's Office In Towanda, upon Thursday the 2nd
of January, 1862, for the purpose of revising and equalizing said assessment.
Given under our hands and official seal, at Towanda, this 2d day of December, A. D. 1861.
WM. A.THOMAS, i
W. 11. DECKER, V Commissioners
ISAAC LYON, j
ATTEST, E. 8.'C001.8 VUGII, Clerk.
The Zfew National Loan.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed by Hon. S. P. CHASE. Secretary of the
Treasury. Agents for receiving subscriptions to the New
National Loan of Treasury Notes, bearing interest at the
rate of 7 3-10 per cent, per annum, hereby give notice that
a subscription book is now open at the above named of
These notes will be of the denomination of 150, SIOO,
$.500, SI,OOO, and $5,000, and are all dated 19th of August
1861, payable in gold in three years, or convertible into a
twenty-year six per cent, loan, at the option of the hold
er. Each Treasury Note has interest coupons attached,
which can be cut off and collected in gold at the Mint ev
ery six nioaJhs, and at the rate of one cent per day on
Any explanations required by the subscriber will lie
cheerfully made, and they will, by the plan adopted, be
saved from any trouble of writing letters, the undersign
ed reporting each subscription to tbe Treasury Depart
ment, from whence the Treasury Notes will be sent to
each subscriber as soon as possible.
'l'ht I.turn will bear inter tut to each nubrcribtr from
the da e of their subscription, at thii office.
The ample security of this loan, its great convenience,
together with the patriotic desire to sustain the Govern
ment of our country in the present crisis will, it is hop
ed, will induce a liberal subscription from the citizens of
Payment of subscriptions may he made in GOLD or
CHECKS, or NOTES OF ANY OF THE CITY HANKS.
Towanda. Oct. 16. 1861. __
Tbe New National Loan.
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPAR
ed to turnish, without the delay ol sending to Wash
I ington, the new United States Treasury notes, and offer
I their services, without charge, to those of their frisnds
i throughout the county who may wish to procure any
J portion of the loan.
The note* are issued in sums of SSO. SIOO, SSOO, S6O
j SI,OOO and $5,000 bearing interest from the l'Jth of August
| last, at the rate of 73 10 per cent, per annum.or two
j cents per day on every SIOO, payable every six months,
j and the face of the note redo.unable in three years with the
j privilege of exchanging at the expiration of the time for
j 20 years U. S. six per cent, stock.
Any further information in regard to the loan will be
heerlully given upon inquiring at ourofflce.or by address
jed by letter. __ 1, A PORTE. M.' SON A Co.
THE WAR TO RE SETTLED!
THE OLD TAILOR SHOP STILL IN MOTION.
ti H. BUNTING. THE OLD STAND
V • BY TAILOR, would inform the public that he i*
| still doing business at his old stand, where he is still pre
pared to execute all kinds of work in his lineon the short
est notice, and in the most approved style.
Having lately secured oce of the most perfect systems
for cutting in existence, he can warrant smooth and easy
fits with safety.
By an arrangement with the merchants, he is enabled
to get up suits at a very low figure, for cash. He wt aid
Inform the public that he is agent for A. Bartholfs Sew
ing Machines, the best machine extant—which will be
i furnished for cash, for from S3O up to S3O, as may be de
N. B—He is prepared to clean and mend garments at
reasonable rates, to suit the times—making them look
nearly as nice as new. Call and try him.
*sT"CuttiHg done as usual on short notice.
Shop on Main St.. opposite Codding k Russell's hard
ware store, and three doors south of Dr. Cartel's grocery.
Fashions received every six months. G. H. B.
Towanda, Nov. 20. 1861.
LATEST FROM W. ATR.
W. A. ROCKWELL i again on hand with the first
New Good of the Season !
FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS,
BOOTS A SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS.
Those wishing a good bargain will find it greatly to
their advantage to give us a call, as the hard times will
not prevent us selling good articles at moderate prices
Although compelled to adopt the ready pay system, we
feel confident that we can give oor customers perfect sat
isfaction. WM. A. ROCKWELL.
Towanda, Sept. 25, 1861.
FOR WHICH THE HIGHEST PRICE
will be paid in cash. All kinds of poultry should
he shut up and kept without anything to eat for a. least
twenty-four hours before killing, that their crops may
be empty. Pick them carefully so as not to break the
skin, cot off the head, draw the skin over the neck bone
and tie It neatly, yonr poultry if fat is then fit ior any
market. E. T. FOX.
Towanda, Nov. 20,1861.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE -Notice ia hero
by given, that the Barclay Railroad and Goal Com
pany, on account of Its inability to pay its bonded debt,
has this day executed and delivered to,tbe undersigned a
deed of assignment, duly recorded, of all Its lands, mines,
railroads, cars, engines, mschinery, chatties, moneys,
debts, dues, claims, right*. credits and effects, and gen
erally all its estate and property, real, personal, and
mixed of whatsoever kind ana description, and wbereso
ever situated, for the benefit of its creditors, witbont pre'
ference, among Mid creditor*; except such ss Is imposed
bylaw. All persons are hereby notified to make pay
ment to me of any money due by them to said Company,
and to accrue to me as tbe Assignee for aßy of its prop
erty in their possession or under their control. And all
persons having elsims against said Company will present
ibe same settlement JAME? MAO ARLAVT
Towmuto, Nov 13, If 61. Aiil^ute.
New and Atttactive Opening
mmm nil i
AT TRACY & MOORE'S,
/CONSISTING OF A LARGE STOCK
of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Included In
which are the latest styles of
DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, &C,
Black, White and Fanty Plaid
CLOAKS, TURBANS. PLUMES, &.C.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
BOOTS ABBS HOBS,
HATB AND CAPS,
Crockery, Paints and Oils,
GLASS AND SASH,
Also, Fine, Coarse and Solar Salt.
Towanda. Nov, 20, 1861. TRACY A MOORE.
ATTENTION IS INVITED TO MY
DESIRABLE STOCK OF
Fall anil Winter Clothing !
FOR MENS & BOY'S WEAR,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER, OF ALL KINDS,
Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear,
In all color* aad sice*, for the present season, which 1
am offering at
ASTONISHING LOW PRICES
All those wishing to get good bargains may call at tbe
M. E. SOLOMON,
Ifo. % Patton r Block,
Nov. 13, 1861.
Fill IMD WINTER HOODS,
In Great Variety,
West Side of the Public square, at the store of
A. WICKHAM & SON.
To>vnda, Sept. 25,1861.
Eaton's Mercantile icademy,
o*B 00 PAYS FOR A FULL COMMER
-3P CIAL COURSE.
Cheapest Commercial School in this or any other State
COURSE OF INSTRUCTION
The same as pursued in any of the largest Commercial
In a* its various branches.
Taught on a New and Improved Plan.
Instruction in Commercial Correspondence, Commer
cial Calculations, Bills of Exchange, Promisary
Notes, Detecting Counterfeit Money,
&c., Ac., Ac.
GRADUATES AWARDED A DIPLOMA.
AS- Specimens of Writing, Circulars, Ac., will be for
warded to any address, wuenever requested.
C. E. EATON,
Towanda, Nov. 6.1861. Principal-
QASH PAID FOR
A good article of
FAT, WELL DRESSED FOULTRY,
can he sold for CASH, at
Towanda. Nov. 36,16; • PATCH'S
irETw ip x"iß."iic'
NEW DRUG STORE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 1
MADXLL A PATTOW
NR\BE subscribers would reapectfully Inform tL#faUiw
X that they have entered into a copartnership, at Ua
oldstandof JOS. G PATTON, where, by strict attea
tlon to business they Intend to make their store seor od
to none in Northern Pennsylvania, and merit and receive
; a liberal share of patronage. They will keep their large
stock replenished by reoent purchases, and are receiving
every week from New York cltvand Philadelphia, seltvl
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Of the very beet character, and other articles, as f^Uewei.
.Use. c fine assortment of
HAIR tf TOOTH BRUSHES,
In fact, everything kept by Druggists generally.
Our goods are selected with care, and as we bey
I only with cash we flatter ourselves that we can offer a
cheaper, and at the same time better article, than any
other dealer in this part of the country,
i Physicians supplied on reasonable terms.
Dr. MADILL will he fouDd in his office, at ties
' Store, when not professionally engaged. Advice gratia,
: charging only for medicine.
1 * ' MADLLL 4 PATION,
Dr. T. F. MaDrtx.
J. Q. Patton.
Towanda, Oct. 17, ItCl.
Sept. 10, 1861.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RE
ceiviug an extensive and well selected stock of
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS
Purchased since the late depression in prices, and com
prising ail the usual varieties of Genu., Ladies, Misses
BOOTIES AN D CITERS
Suitable for the season. Alao, a large stock of
BOMS MADS WORE,
The quality of which is too well known to need fertile*
recommendation. Also, a large stock of
Sole aud Upper Leather,
Kip Skins, French and American Call Skins, Harntaa
Leather, Morocco, and Linings, 4c. An excellent UMtt
Saddlery Hardware, Harness Trimmings, & 4c.
I have established a
HARNESS SHOP I
And will keep on hand Double and Single Harness, Sad
dies, Bridies. Halters, Martingales, Whips. 4c., and wiM
make to order any work in this line, all which, s well as
my whole stock, will be sold for leady pay, at remarkably
low prices in order to meet the exigencies of the times.
Towanda, Sept. 10,1861.
Come Along ! Everybody !
TO THE NSW
GROCEAT & PROVISION STORE
IT. 11. STEVENS.
At the building formerly occupied fi J. H. Aetna#,
on Main street, opposite the Court House.
HIS STOCK CONSISTS OF VARIOUS
brands of Coffee. Tea, Sugar, Ac., all very cheap,
besides a 8'* c ndid assortment of Spices, Nuts, Candies,
Fruits, and Confectioneries, nail a good assortment in
the Provision line. Tobacco and Segara of every quality
and price. He w ill also 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 all if you want any thing in his
line of trade, give him a call,"and you can be accomm®
Towanda, Jniie 19,1661—tf
rr. *. 6L E. RAILROAD.
piIANGE OF TIME COMMENCING
MONDAY, NOV. 4,1861. Trains will leave Wa
verly at about the following hours, vis :
WBjTWARn tom. I KASTWARP BOVXD.
Buffalo Express. .5.04 P M!N. Y. Express. .11.48 A M
Night Express 349 A MlNight Express. . 1.43 A M
Mail 8.03 P M Strimboat Express4.o4 P M
Fast Freight 9.60 A Mi Fast Freight 9.55 AM
Way Freight ... 9-15 P M Way Freight.... 3.06 PM
Accommodation.. 1.15 PM|
The Night Express, N. Y. Express, Fast Freight cut
and Fast Freight went run every day. Night Express of
Sundays runs through to Buffalo, br.t does not run to
Dunkirk. The Mall west remains over night at Elmira
CPA'S. MfNOT. Gon'l Sup't-
OWING to the fnct that all confidence in
the present Credit System is destroyed the eufv
scribers have determined to sell goods hereafter
Exclusively for Ready Pay.
All those hav'ng unsettled acconnts with us will oblige
na by settling the same at once, and all Notes and judjp
ments due us must be pa ! dsoon in order to save cost.
N. B- No respect of persons shown.
Rulington Aug 14. 1861. J. F- LONG 4 SON.
New Furniture and Chairs.
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
X. and extensive assortment ot Sofas, Mohogany Cbaira,
Mahogany and Walnut Rockers, Boston Roikers, Fine
Cane-seat, Wood, and Rush-bottom. Hair, Cane-soat and
Cane back Rockers, Looking-Glasses, Cord aud TaaseU,
Picture Frames, 4c.,
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
OUT Please call and satisfy yourselves.
Towanda. June 26.1961. CHESTER WELE9.
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT A GREAT BARGAIN!
TIL E T?U BSCRI BF.R WISH ING GGBBK
to dispose of his farm in Litchfield twp., egMmST
Bradford county, Pa., offers the same upon
terma which are worthy of the attention of
those wishing to pmchlise. This farm is within two miles
of the N. V- 4 Erie Railroad, .ind distant five miles from
Waverly and Smithboro depots, eontains about 170 acres
of land, mostly improved.in a high state of cultivation,
and has upon it good builtings and orchards. It Is well
adapted for tillage or graib p. being well wutersd and well
located. The attention of those desiriout. of purchasing
a farm Is solicited, in the confideuce that no greater in
ducements can be found elsewhere. The situation is d
llghtfnl, the soil fertile, anil the ueigbborbood embTacee
icoools, churches, Ac., while within a short distance are
several large and flourishing towns. The N. V. 4 Erie
R-R. aff-rd* adm'rable manket fadjltlea. Iltle uaqoe®
tionahie, tsd posseeefca t* 'he D f j, # jstjfchaeer
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