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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
tfSL, Mony found in the street, on Tuesday
moruirg last. Inquire of E. T. Fox.
GFEIY-A severe hail sturra passed over the
southern part of this county on Saturday last. Consid
erable damage was done to the crops.
JO-FRCU —The prospect for a large fruit
cr op was never better than at present. Fruit trees of all
kinds are laoened to their utmost capacity, and should
nothiug befall them, there will be aa abundant yield.
The June number of the School Jour
nal has been received. It is filled with its nsaal variety
of origiuol ard selected articles on subjects pertaining
to educational matters. This is an excellent work, and
no teacher should be without It.
4^-Mr. DURKE, of Utica, publishes a mode
of successful treatment in cases of poisoning by opium,
which is easy of application and which should be better
known ihan it is. Even when such a length of time has
elapsed as to allow the perfect absorbtion of the poison,
go that emetics and stomach pump is useless, from one
to two draclim of the Tincture of Belladona every hall
hour, will almost invariably Buecced In restoring con
sciousness and saving life.
SOY DEATH OF MAJOR CULP.— ANIONS the
killed at the late battle, near Richmond, was Maj. JEKRE
CCLP, of this place. The news reached here on Tliurs
dav night, and ou Friday morning the flags were dis
played at half mast, and draped in mourning. His re
mains reached here on Sunday, and were followed to the
grave on Monday by a large concourse of citizens. It
was the largest funeral that has taken place in this place
for a number of years.
SURGICAL OPERATION.— We learn that
on the 16th of May last, Mr. CDIRLES IIOLLON. of Mon
roe township, (having suffered for forty years from a dis
ease of the bones of one or bis legs, and the disease get
ting much worse of late, involving the knee joint,) suo
milted to an amputation of the limb above the knee—
The operation was skillfully peißormed by Dr. PRATT, of
this place, assisted by bis student M. M. BROWN—the pa
tient being first rendered insensible by the inhalation of
ether. The stump is new healed and the patieut able to
again resume business.
1101,1. OF HONOR. —The following ;s tl e
list ortbe killed, wounded and prisoners ol Company F...
62d Pennsylvania Regiment, at the late battle near Rich
mond. This Company was formed iu the western town
ships of this county, and the only Company from this
county engaged in the fight :
Killed.— Thomas Bcaven.
Wounded— Capt. G. P- Davis, right arm amputated;
Edward Lantz, in left arm ; E. 51. Clark, in Lead and
arm; Jeremiah Wlialoii; Thomas Grist ; William 55 u 1
burn, right leg amputated ; David sVheeler. in the back;
X). U. J .hnson, in the wrist; Corporal H.Ross.inthe arm;
Corporal C. lb Keniou. in the wrist.
Taken Prisoner— Ezra Smith.
THE AITROACHING FOURTH OF JULY —EX
tensive preparations are making throughout the country
to celebrate the coming anniversary of our National In
dependence. 55*e hope to see our natal day appropriate
ly observed in every city, town and hamlet in the land.
If ever it occurred at a time when it should be celebra
ted With deep and earnest religious feeling, by every
loyal hexrt .it 1s 1362. Will not onr people make the
necessary arrangements to have a good cld-fashione'*
celebration in Towanda? For years, with a few excep
tions, we bave made no local demonstration, but those
who desired to join in the ceremonies of the day. were
compelled to go elsewhere. Now, let us have it at borne.
Let the note of preparation be Rounded, let the old
watch flics be kindled, let us meet together on that day,
ict na call to mind the heroes of the revolution and their
gallant sons now iu the field, let us renew our deathless
devotion to the starry Hag. and offer up our united in
ceu?e ef praise and thanksgiving to the Giver of all
BOYS OUT AT NIGHT. —We publish the fol
lowing which is taking the rounds in the papers for the
benefit of fceys who aic in the practice ot spending tbeir
evenings in the streets.
" It is one of the most Tiiinom, dangerous and mis
chievous things possible. Nothing sosuixdy marks theii
course downward. They acquire, ender cover of the
night, an unhealthy etate of mind, vulgar and profane
language, obscene practices, c iminal Sentences, and a
lawless bearing. Indeed, it is in the streets after night
fa!!, that boys generally acquire the education and capac
ity tor becoming rowdy, dissolute, criminal men. I'.tr
eats, d > you believe it ? 55 ill you keep pur children
home nights, and set that their home Is made pleasant
and profitable ?"
FIRF'. AT ATHENS. —We lesirn BY telegraph
that a destructive fir- occuied at Athens on 1 besday
morning last. The fire originated in PATIUCK s h.ill,
and was discovered about 2 o'clock. It was only by the
greatest exertion that the Episcopal Church and other
buildings adjacent were save]. The entire block was
Mr.J. B. RKFVES, after breaking into bis office, suc
ceeded in saving ltis safe and some valuable papers.
The liquor store of MICEAP.L SVALFU was also ccnsum
cd. A small portion of his liquors were saved.-- Insured
Mr. AVLRELL did not get into-fais store at all. Lost
everything. No insurance.
Mr. FKITCIIER s.ned froth hi® store and shoe shop a
small portion of his goods. No insurance.
C. PARK k SON saved the larger portion of their goods.
G. A. PEKKINB, who keeps a drug store, saVddTnost ®f
his goods, insured.
Mr. DRAKE, watch shop and grocery. Saved most of
SV. H SHAULF.Y was unable to get into his store—
C. M. STANLEY, dentist, who bad moved In the day
previous, lust goods to the amount Cf about S2OO.
Mr. PATRICK puts the entire loss at S2C 000. He was
insured for $5,000.
[We are indebted to Mr. COWI.ES, of the Telegraph
effije at this place, for Hie above facts.]
B®* The Tollowinjr notice of the death of
HENRY SV. MYERS, Iate of Franklin township, this coun
ty. we take from the JamestoWn (N. Y ) Jmrnal. Mr.
MYERS is said to have been a young man of very exem
plary character :
" s\'e were not acquainted with young MYERS, and are
therefore indebted to others for an estimate of bis cliar
acter. He Was ana ive of Bradford county. Pa.; was
born in July, 1833. Being left to care for himself at the
age of ten, be provided for bis own, and aided in the sup
port of his younger brother and sisters. Two years ago
FCE came here, and worked for Mr. MKHRITTCO K up to
the lime of the organization of Company 8., in which he
was one of the first to volunteer. This act was prompt
ed by patriotic motives alone. His lile in camp was one
of-patience and fidelity to duty. He sent mortey home to
pay the boa rd and schooling of his little sister. Previous
to the fight he had been unwell, but. forgetting hlm>elf,
he did duty and helped take care of others whom he
thought more unwell than himself. In the Williamsbnrg
®ght he killed the Rebel General GARNETT, and received
a wound that was at first thought not serious, but proved
fatal, no doubt partly owing to previous weakness of his
'ystem. He was taken to Baltimore and there died on
the 15th of May. A considerable sura of money due him
here is proposed to be used to return his remains to this
place—he being buried in a favorable manner.
HENRY WILLAUD MYEKB was one of the best men in the
Dompany and will be monrned by all his comrades. Dor.
here he won warm frlhnds, who represent hiro
to have been temperate and'domestic in his habits, un
selfish, modest, amiable and virtuous in character Had
he lived he would have made an excellent citizen."
At his residence, In this borough, on Tuesday afternoon,
the 10th List., JOHN K. VALLANCE, aged 44 years.
FIFTY FIRST RATE BUTTER FIR*
KINS, for sa eat 65 cents a piece. Also, a quanti
ty of Tubs at 33 cents a piece at G. H. DRAKE'S
Jui.e 11. Carrage Manufactory in Towanda.
WOOL. —FARMERS ! THIS WAY
With your WOOL, for which the highest pricejn
CASH will be paid by W. A. ROCKWELL
NOTICE— NOTICE is HEREBYGIY
en that an application will be made to his Excel
lency, Governor A. G. CURTIN, for the pardon oi Mar
tin Love, now confined in the jail of Bradford county for
petty larceny. LEVOANY LOV'E.
Columbia, May 23. 1862.
AN APPRAISEMENT AND CLASSI
FICATON of the different persons engaged in the
sale of Goods, Wares, and Merchandise, in the county ol
Bradford, for the year 1862, with the amount of Licenses
thereunto attached :
ATHENS BOKO. RIDGEBURY.
Cla*s. Lie. Class. Lie.
Page & Morley, 12 12 50 L B Gsrdner 14 700
C Comstnck, 14 7 00 T L Woodruff, 14 7 00
C Park <sr Son, 12 12 50 B F Buck. 14 7 00
Henry J Fritcher, 14 7 00 A K Tanner, 14 7 00
E Averill, 14 7 00 A H Voorhies, 14 2 00
H Carner. 14 7 00 STANDING STONE.
G A Perkins, 14 7 00 James Espy, 14 7 00
N G arris, 14 700 George Stevens, 13 10 00
West Drake, 14 700 Henry \V Tracy, 14 700
Welles, Blood AC0.14 7 00 SHKSHEQUIN.
F M Page. 14 700 Kinny & Gore, 14 700
ATHENS TWP E Brigham, 14 7 03
A B Lincoln, 14 7 00 SOUTH CRKEK.
David Gardner, 14 700 J M Youngs, 14 700
Anson Beidleman, 14 7 00 SPKINGFIELD.
LParshall. 14 700 Hurmon & Voorhies 14 700
ALBANY. Dailey & White. 14 700
R B Lancaster, 14 700 SMITHFIEI.D.
S D Streiter, 14 700 M Bullock & Co., 13 10 00
ASYLUM. Durfey & Fritcher, 13 10 00
Ulysses Moody 14 7 00 C B Riggs, 14 7 00
BCRLINOTON. E S Tracy, 14 7 00
J*F Long & Son, 13 10 00i TRRRYTOWN.
JS Hill. 14 700! John M Horton, 14 700
S W Miller. 14 7 00j TROY BORO.
WEST BURLINGTON. | Perinea A Co. 9 25 00
R Morley, 14 7 Cbj Nichols & Long, 12 12 50
COLUMBIA. ISM Leonard, 12 12 50
A B Austin, 14 7 00; F J Calkins. 14 7 00
CANTON. jOurney & Mitchell. 14 7 00]
Andr's A Rock well, 14 7 Obj Maxwell A Leonardl2 12 50
J Vandyke. Jr., 14 700 O P B.illard, 13 10 00
A Spalding, 14 7 001 F L Ballard, 14 7 00 i
J S Baker, 14 7 00; E H Dewey, 14 7 00
D Wilcox, 14 7 00jS W Paine. 14 700 ;
A Doty. 14 7 OOlJewell A Pomeroy,l4 7 00
E W Col well, 14 7 00! TROY TWP
SWA E Newman, 14 7 00 Reuben .Stiles, 14 7 00
J E Bullock, 14 7 00 TOWANDA.
W S Baker, 14 7 00 J DHumphrey ACol4 7 00
J M Foster, 14 7 00 W \ Chamberlin, 14 7 00 !
FRANKLIN. C B Patch. 14 7 00 I
Barclay Coal Co 14 7 00j A F Cowles, 14 700 j
GRANVILLE. IB T Fox, 14 7 00 I
L D Taylor, 14 7 00; Joseph Powell, 8 30 00 j
EMeioy. 14 7 001 R W Eddy. 14 7 00 I
Win H Philpips. 14 7 Obi Tracy A Moore, 13 10 00 j
HICK RICK . IH W Noble, 14 7 00 I
Stevens A Cogswell 14 7 00 J M Collins, 14 7 CO |
George Ni< bis. 14 7 OolCndding A Russell.l 21250 \
I.EROY. jT F Madill. 14 700 j
Lamb A Kilburn, 14 700 A Wickham A 50n.13 10 00 j
F E Barber, 14 7 00 Miles Carter, 14 7 00
LITCHFIELD. ;J Corn. 14 7 00 1
John McKcan, 14 7 Oolvi E Solomon. 14 700 j
EC Ilarsli, 14 7 00 Wm A Rockwell, 13 10 00 j
MONROE. J Beidleman, 14 7 00
A I. CranmerASon,l4 7 00 j Hall A Smith, 14 7 00 I
HC Tracy, 14 7 On J A Record, 14 7 00 j
Lyman Blackman, 14 7 onlH S Mercur, 12 12 50
W A Park, 14 7 00 H C Porter. 14 7 00 I
OVKRTON. j Montanyes, 12 12 50 j
Charles Herchimer.l4 7 001 Parsons A A!vord,l4 7 00 I
ORWELL. i 5 M Warner, 14 7 00
T Humphre), 12 12 50 Chester Wells, 14 7 00 1
S S Broil-on, 14 7 00 i ULSTER.
II Gibbs A Son, 13 10 OolNewell Birny ACo.l-t 700 j
Lyon A Taylor, 14 700 j Amasa Wat kins, 14 700 j
G J Norton. 14 7 Obi WARREN.
PIKE. ; Robert Cooper, 14 7 00]
Stevens A Burrows,l4 7 00 TdllinadpeAßowen.lt 7 00 1
BaitevA Brother, 13 10 to, WYALUSING.
L H Branson, 13 10 00 Lafferty A Stcaus,l4 7 00 I
Gll Little, 13 10 00; A very A Camp, 14 700
LL. Bosworth, 14 7 00 Esl Bishop, 10 10 00
ROMK. ! Augustus Lewis. 14 7 00
L L Moody. 14 7 00 G M Bixby, 12 12 50
George Nichols, 14 7 00 ! WYSOX.
! V E A J E Piollet, 13 10 00
'Jones A Owen, 14 7 00
T IST AND CLASSIFICATION of pcr-
JLJ sons engaged m the sale of Nostrums, in the Coun
ty ol Bradford, for the yar 18G2.
ATNENS. jFLßallard. 5
G A Perkins. ssl TOWANDA.
TROY. ;T F Madill, 5
Gnrnsey A Mitchell, s!il C Porter, 5
] IST AND CL A SSIFIO ATO X of the
JLJ Brewers and Distillers iu the County of Bradford,
for the year 1562.
SHESHF.yriM. ! TOWANDA.
Snyder A Elsbree, $25; V Loder. 15
SPRINGFIELD. E Marry, 15
A Brace, 251 Henry Essenwine, 15
F U A G F Veil, 25'
]" IST AND CLASSIFICATION of the
-IY of the Eating Houses, Ac , iu the County of Brad
ford, for the year 1862.
ATE ENS. IT B Pardon, 10
51ichael WaWh. $lO TOWANDA.
BURLINGTON. J A Wilson, 10
C D Ross, 10 J C Wilson, 10
CANTOS. J W SbeaY, 10
H Tuttlo, io-.James Nestor, 10
E W Wob ott, 101A I) Khipman, 10
H T Beard-ley, 10] A E Kramer, 10
* ONROE. 'John Conlcy, 10
fr II Ingham, in I ULSTER.
It R Rockwell. 10 J Smith, 10
ROME. |U ShaW, , 10
J R Harding 10iH S Davidson. I 1
TYOY. j Plowman A Claire, 10
Mm-gan Davidson, 101 WYALUSING,
A B Pckart, lo| William Ustick 10
S L Gable. TO 1
LIST AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE
Bankers in the County of Bradford, for year 1862.
TOWANDA. I TROY.
Lnporfc, Mason A Co., $25. PofSeroV Brothers, 25
B S Russell A Co. 251
Notice is hereby given that an app&n will be held at
the Commissioners Office, in the borough of Towanda, on
Saturday, the 2Mb day of June. Any perso'll feeling them
selves aggrieved by the iorcgoing nnpraisement can at
tend if they see fit. D. M. BAILEY,
Leßaysville, May $1,1862. Mer. Appraiser.
N. Y. <SL B. RAIL ROAD.
pHANG E TIME COMMENCING
Kj MONDAY, MAY 5. 1862. Trains will leave Wa
verly at about tiie following hours, viz :
WESTWARD BOUND. I EASTWARD BOUND.
Buffalo Express. .4 18 P M S. Y. Express... 11.33 A M
Night Express 3.18 AMI Night Express... 12 44 A M
Mail 5.55 P Steamboat Expresso.oß P M
Way 9.10 A M Way 150 PM
Way Freight 9-25 A M Cincinnati Exprvss4 21 AM
Accommodation.. 1.07 P M Way Freight 3.10 P M
The Nigh Express—east and west—runs every day
Cincinnati Express runs Sundays, bnt docs not run on
Mondays. Night Express of Sundays runs through to
Buffalo, but does not run to Dunkirk. Mull remainsover
night at Eirairu.
CTIA'R. Ml NOT. Gen'! Rnp't.
Notice to Collectors.
Y7~OU ore hereby authorized to deduct five
X per cent, from the State tax of every individual
who shall pay hm or her State and County Taxes iu full,
on or before 'he 21st day of June next, and the same shall
be allowed you in your settlement with the Treasurer,
provided the same is by you paid into the County Treas#
ury on or before the 26th and 27tb days of June next.
By order ot the Commissioners,
E B. COOLBAUGH, Clerk.
Commissioner's Office, April 10. 1862.
A PAIR OF THREE YEAR OLD
MULES, well broken, will be sold at a bargain.
Rome. May2o 1*62. L. P. PRINCE.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
A SECOND II AND TWO HORSE CAR
RIAGE, in pretty good condition, for sale at a bar
gain. E.T. FOX.
Towanda, May 28,1862.
EXECUTOR S NOTICE -Notice is here
by given, that all persons indebted to the estate of
REUBIN'GRIFFIN, dec d., late of Sbeshequin township,
hereby requested to make immediate payment, and all
persons hsving demands against said estate wi 1 please
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
May 13.1862. JOHN N. GRIFFiN. Executor.
KEROSINE OIL, FOR SALE CHEAP
Is now receiving a new supply of
Purchased since the late reduction in prices.
THE special attention of customers from all sections of
this and adjoining counties is invited to this
Large, Choice and Attractive Stock,
which will be offered at the lowest prices.
Towanda. April 9.1862.
PRINTS & DOMESTICS.
The cheapest in the market, for cash at
(Corner of the Public Square and Main Street.)
THKT OFFER FOB SALE
MERRIMAC PRINTS AT
12 1-2 Cts. Per Yard
And other Goods in proportion. The public are invited
to call and examine for themselves.
tS- All persons knowing themselves indebted over six
months, will do well to cail and settle.
March 17, 18G2.
New Spring & Summer Goods.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAYING RE
moved to the south corner of the Mercur Block, are
now opening a large Stock of
Clothing For Men and Boys.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY, GROCERIES, YANKEE NOTIONS, Ac.
Our stock of Spring and Summer Clothing, is all of our
owu manufacture. Cousiating in part of,
Mens Coats from JO,BB to $20.00
Mens Pants lrom 0,75 to 10,00
Mens Vests from 0,7' <> 6,00
aa~ Mens. Boys and Youths Clothes made to order, large
selections of Fabrics alwaysou hand.
The public are invited to give us a call, as we ar? de
termined not to be undersold lor cash. Most kinds of
Farmers Produce takeu in exchange.
X. B.—Also sell FINKLE & LYONS celebrated Shuttle
Sewing Machines, making the lock stieh alike on both
sides. A. WICKHAM A SON.
Tojvanda April 3, 1562.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
TRACY & MOORE'S.
Towandy, April 8, 1802 TRACY A MOORE.
Garden Seeds of last" years Crop,
THE LARGEST STOCK IN TOWN,
of almost every variety, in large and snia'l pack
A large assortment of Peas in packages.
TURNiPS AND BEET SEED BY THE POUND.
eg" Please call and make your selection of seed-! from
our assortment at FOX'S.
Towanda. April 10. IS''.2.
TO IE SU BSCR IB ERS IIA VING FO R M
ed a Copartnership, will continue the business for
merly carried on by J. 1). HUMPHREY, in the store op
posite the Court House, where they will keep constantly
uu hand a general assortment of
BOOTS & SHOES,
and a very large stork of all kinds ot LEATHER requir
ed lor a country trade. A full assortment of
Shoe Findings, Harness Trimmings,
SADDLERY. HARDWARE, CROCKERY, NAILS
GLASS, GROCERIES, Ac., Ac.
We expect to increase our facilities in the manufactur
ing department, so as to be,able to snpr ly dealers with a
superior article, at prices rivaling all competition, and
especially " foreign,'' believing it of vital importance to
community to foster domestic productions us tar a- prac
Having purchased the stock of Harness and Saddlery
owned by Messrs. Culp A Kirby, and rented the shop
foi merly occupied by them, we offer tor sale a large stock
HARNESS, B IDLES.. TRUNKS, TRAVtLtNT BAGS.M
and w ill make to order almost anything in this line.
We respectfully invite public attention to our whole
stock iu its various branches, trusting that by strict at
tention to business and zealous exertions to supply the
wants ol community, we shall merit and receive a lair
share of public patronage.
We are prepared to make to order anything in our line.
Also, do all kinds of repairing on very short notice
W Cash paid (or Sbeep pelts. Hides and Skins.
J. p. HU.MFIIREY, IK A B. BULL, J. E. DAYTON.
Towanda, April 25, 1862.
LOW AND IVIEDIUIYR PRICES,
READY MADE CLOTHING
Men's and Boys Wear.
GENTS' FURNISIIIG GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER OF ALL KINDS.
THE BEST AND
Cheapest stock in market ever offered !
THE BUYER IN SEARCH OF CHEAP
and des-irable goods should not fail to see my stock,
if they want to savo money by buying goods at the low
est price which can be had, at the clothing store
M E. SOLOMAN,
No. 2 PATTON'S Block.
Towanda. May 15, 1862.
"RT W, EDDI ,
HAS RETURNED FROM THE CITY,
Where lie has bought for cash a remarkable stock
of GOODS which he would call the attention of the pub
lic to, asking them to give his stock an inspection before
purchasing ; beiiev he can give them better bargains than
has ever been offered in this market before. I have a gen
eral assortment of
NECKTIES. CANES,UMBRELLAS, GLOVES,
HOSIERY, SUSPENDERS, &C.
I wonld call particular attention to my stock of FUR
HATS, which are 25 per cent, cheaper than ever sold in
the country. Also the
which is all the rage in the city—a fine article. I have
the summer pattern of the celebrated
©AiK!?©!&© SATLS SAT,
from Philadelphia. Call and see- No chaises to show
Goods. R. W. EDDY.
Towanda, 14, 1692.
SHERIFF'S SALE— By virtue of a writ
of Ala. Lev. Facias, issued out of the Court of com
mon pleas of Bradford county, to iue directed, will be
exposed to public sale on THURSDAY, the 26th day of
June, A. I>., 1862. at the court house, in Towanda, at 1
o'eioek.p.m.the following described lot, piece or parcel of
laud situate in Athens borough, bounced AS 10110-.vs, to
w't: On the north, east and west by C. F. Welles Jr., on
the south by Ilopkitjs street, being 90 feet front by 75
deep, ail improved, tramed house thereon.
ALSO—Another lot ot laud in Athens boro, bounded
north by J. B. Brockway, east by Main St., south by
John Jones, and west by htirs of Eustis Davis, being c'-
feet front, by 260 deep. All improved, framed boost
ALSO—One other lot in Athens boro, bounded north
by Win. Kill and others, east by Main st., south by J. B
Brockway aud west by lands of M.S. Rogers, being 44 feet
by 100 feet. All improved, framed building used lor a
AL9U—One other lot in Athens boro', bounded on the
north by lands of Sattei lee, E by Main st., S. byC. X.
Shipman, and west by C. N. Shipman. Containing
aflout on-third acre, all improved, framed house, small
framed stable and fruit trees thereon.
ALSO—One other lot in Athens boro', bounded north
by G. N. Shipman, east by Main St., south by Peter
Meeker, and west by C. N. Sh ptuau. CoTitaiuingabout
one-third acre, all improved, framed house, small framed
stable aud a few fruit trees thereon.
ALSO—One other lot in Atbeus boro', bounded north
by Satterlee. east by Meeker & Shipman, south by Paine
St., and west by Weils Wilkinson. Containing übout j
acre,-all improved, framed barn thereon.
ALSO—One other lot in Athens boro', bounded north
by Paine and Satterlee east by Wilk n3on,south by f'aine
street and west by W. Coleman. Containing about j acre,
framed house and barn.
ALSO—One other lot in Athens boro', bounded on the
west by F. Tyler, on the north by Guy Tozer, on the east
by Main st., on the south by (J. F.Welles jr., containing
ten acres. All j m proved.
Seiced aud taken in exscution at the suit of Farmers'
Union Insurance Company to use of John Saltmash vs-
Chauucy N. Shipman.
ALSO—By virtue of sundry writs of Vend. Expo., will
be exposed to public sale, at the same time and place, the
following described lot, piece or parcel of land, situate in
Franklin twp., bounded on the north by the highway and
lauds ol Abira Gay, south by laud of M. Marshall, east
aud west by laud of Ahira Gay. Containing 4 acres,
more or less, all improved, framed bouse, board shed, a
saw mill ami truit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Brown &
Rockwell vs. C. W. Ilolford and Ahuira liolford his wile.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or parcel ot j
laud situate in Itidgbuiy twp., bounded west by the high
way, north by land ot Geo. Mead, east by land of Peter
Miller, south by land of A. H. Voorhis aud laud belong
tug to the Methodist Church ; containg 2 acres, more or
less, all improved, a framed tavern house, a Lamed barn '
and truit trees thereon.
Seized and takex in execution at the suit of E. Pome
roy vs G O French.
ALSO—By virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa., will be exposed
to public sale, at the same time and place, the following
described lot, piece or parcel of laud situate in Windham
twp., bounded on the north by lands of Polly C'raudall, P.
Douiiu and 9. Felton on the east by lauds of Polly C'ran
dall and Win. Wheelbouse, on the south by the highway,
and on the west by lands of P. Doane, Containing about
50 acres, about 35 acres improved.
ALSO—His interest, being one-half in village lot, in
Athens borough, bounded on the north by laud ol John
Drake, east by Main St., south by land of Edward Iler
riek. and west by Chemung river. Containing about two
acres ot laud. Framed framed barn, and store
house and shed and truit trees thereon.
Seized aud taken in execution at the suit of Win. H.
Russell vs Samuel Cranuall.
A. H. SPALDING, Sheriff.
Towanda, June 3, 1562.
SHERIFF'S SALE.—By virtue of a writ
kJiii Fieri Facias issued out of the Court of comiuoa
pleas ot Bradford county, to me directed will be ex
posed to public sale on WEDNESDAY, the 251 L day
ot June. lao2, at 1 o'clock, P. M.. at the house of Precep
tor Forbes, in Rome, the following described 10., piece or
parcel of laud -ituate in Rome boro', beginning ou the
east side ot the highway at the south-west corner of L
L. Moody's lot, thence along the highway south 244° west
100 feet to a post, corner of F C. C'ranmer'a lot, thence
south cast 205 teet to a corner in line of J. Pass
uiore. thence north 2l£° east 100 teet to a corner of L L.
Moody's lot,thence west along said Moody line 205 feet
to the place Of beginning; containing 2,600 teet, strict j
measure, with a named house, framed barn aud fruit
ALSO— One other lot in Rome boro' bounded north by
lands of Festus C. Cranncer, east by F C Craumer, south
by Stephen (haunter's estate, and west by John Pass
wore. containing about lg acres mote or less. ,
ALSO —On< other lot 01 wood, or timber land in Pome j
twp.. bounded north by lauds ot W \\ r Kinuy's estate,
east by the highway, south by J W Woudburn and west
by Marcus L'phum's estate, containing 6 acres, more or i
ALSO—Preceptor Forbe's interest in the real estate of
Artiest Forbes dee d., late of Rome twp., consisting ot
16 acres and 50 perches of improved land, bound d north
by lands ot Harriet Barnes,east by J G Towner, south by
land of Deborah Ann Russell, west by land of Philander
Towner, all improved.
ALSO—One other lot. of timber land, being a portion
of the estate of Arnest Forbes dee'd., and bounded north
by land of Alzina lhake. east by Roziita Forbes.south by
(he highway aud wc-t by lands of Win. MeCabe, being
same tot of timber land set off to Preceptor Forbes, con
taining 1 acres and 95 perches.and called lot No. 4.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of J W Wood
burn vs Preceptor Forbes.
A. H.SPALDING, Sheriff.
Towanda, June 3. 1662.
f 1 UA F.I I I A N'S SALE—In pursuance of
VX of an order (1 the Orphan's Court of Bradford Coun
ty, there will be exposed to public sale, on the premises,
at one o'clock P. M , 011 Saturday, June 2i, 1862, ail the
right, title and interest of the minor heirs of Horatio B.
It .wen, late of Warren township, in acnrtiin tract of land
situate in the lowii-hin aforesaid, fc umdeJ and described
as follows : Beginning at stake and stones in north line of
Jacob D. Btirb ink's land and comer of land ot Wra. Kin
ny Jr., t lieu. e north ,ieast is 9-ld perches by land ol
said Kinny to stake and stones in centre "of highway,
taence si'" 5 cast 10 perches along .-aid highway to a spring
of water, thence north 67° east 254 perches to stake arid
stones.'thence south 34° west 30 6 10 pen lies by land oi
Wlll. M. Chaffee to stake and stones, thence north 6s°
west along the north line of J. 1). Bui-bank's land 33 2-10
perches to place ol beginning ; containing 5 acres, be the
same more or less.
ALSO—Another .tract of land situate in the same town- j
ship, bounded .c-> fallows : Beginning in the centre of the
highway, north-east of Win. M. Chatfee's shop, thence by
the centre ot the road north easterly 12 mds to the corn J
erol Calvin Dodge's lot, thence north-westerly by the
said Dodge's line near the course ot the mill road sixteen
rods, thence south 20° west 21 r ds to the centre of the
highway west of the Said Chaffee's shop, thence east by
said highway 14 rods to the place of beginning ; contain
ing 1 j acres, be the same more or less, all of which the
said Horatio B. Boweu died seized.
TEIIMS— Onedielf on confirmation of sale, and balance
in one year with interest from confirmation of sale.
LUGINDA BO WEN, Guardian of
Sarah A. Bowen, Cyrus F. Boweu, Martha L Bowen.
THE undersigned has been appointed tlie
A gent of the Insurance Company of North America,
located at Philadi lphia. is now prepared to take risks,
in town or county. This Company is one ol the oldest in
the United States, having been chartered in 1793, it has
a capital of $500,000, and is managed by a board of Di
rectors of the very highest character for honor and in
tegrity. All losses are adjusted promptly. Its rates are
as low a those of any good Company, and property hold
ers insuring in this Company may rest assured that they
can rely ou the pet feet safety of their policies in case of
At the Banking Office of B. S. RUSSELL & CO.
"VT OTWITH ST A N DIN G THE HARD
-L1 times, the subscriber lias a little
CAS II .
WHEREWITH T<s PURCHASE
Farmers' Produce !
And has on hand a large stock of
CROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
To be exchanged for the CASH.
C. B. PATCH.
Towanda, May 20. 1862.
A D MINI STR ATOR'S NOT ICE.—Not ice
is herey given, that all persons indebted to estate
of Henry Ransom, late of Orwell twp., dee d., are
requested to make payment without delay, and those hav
ing claims against said estate will present them duly
authenticated for settlement.
WM. RANSOM, Adm.
March 11, 1862.
WANTED ! SHEER PELTS AND
WOOL, for which the highest price in cash will
be paid at
Towanda. Sept. 18.1861. PATCH'S.
HAYING MADE ARRANGEMENTS
With a Solicitor in Washington, we are prepared
to prosecute claims of every description against the Unit
ed States, especially those arising put of the present war,
for bounty, arrears, widows and invalid pensions.
Towanda. May 12.1 R 62.
TARIED BEEF, for sale at
GRAPE VINES, ROSES, VERBENAS,
Dialetrias, Peonies and Flower Pots, for sale at the
Garden of HARRY MIX.
j 1.-abella 20 eta. each. Concord CO " "
I Clinton 20 " " Hart'd Prolific 60 •' "
i Delaware 100 " >' Brown's Ca'wa 20 " "
j Rebecca 50 " " W Sweet Water £0 " "
' Catawba 20 " *' Diana 50 "* "
i No'n Muscad!neso " "
The grapes of our own country are quite distinct spa
| cies from the wine Grape of "Europe, and are nsnally
I stronger in growth, with longer and more entire foliage,
i and in their native state with a peculiar foxy odor or ua
i vor, and more or less hardiness of pulp ; these trait 9,
however, disappear in process of cultivation ; and we
have already obtained from the wild type new varieties,
of high quality, and of superior hardiness and productive
ness in this, our northern climate,among the best I know
I offer for sale at exceedingly low prices, all of which I
warrant true to name.
At prices that will satisfy the reasonable, all sizae, from
3 to 14 inches.
Early Winningstadt Cabbage 6 cts. per dor.
" Ox Heart '• 6 " "
Sugar Loaf " 6 " "
" York " 6 " "
" Large York " • 6 " "
Large Early Dutch Cauliflower 6 *• "
Walcherenßrocoli 6 •* "
Late Dutcli Cauliflower 6 " "
| White Chinese Tomato 6 " *'
I Early Purple Egg Plant 10 " "
j Large Round Purple Egg Plant 10 " "
Large Sweet Pepper Plant 10 " "
• Large Bull Nose Pepper Plant .... 10 " "
Red Cherry Pepper Plant 10 " "
Fcjee Island Tomato 10 " "
Lycester'a Perfect rd Tomato 10 "
Red Cherry Tomato 6 " "
Large Smooth Yellow Tomato.. 6 " "
Large Smooth Red Tomato 6 *' "
FEJEE ISLAND TOMATO,
Is a variety introduced by Capt. Frazier, of Philadelphia
from the Fcjee Island, large size and beautiful pink col- j
or, very firm in flesh, and considered one of the best ev- !
LYCESTER'S PERFECTED TOMATO,
Large size, flesh abundant and firm, it ranks with the
Fe.iee, and many think it best of all. Color, pale purple.
These varieties "are new and have been distributed spar
ingly. Robert Buist & Son, of Philadelphia, told me no
better variety could be raised.
PERPETUAL,OR EVER-BLOOMINC ROSES.
A few dozen of choice and rare variety, Laving the |
quality of blooming the lull season, from" white to the ]
darkest color. Depend upon it, I offer Roses of real mer- j
it, both in Europe and America, a very decided acquis!- j
tiou in the line of roses. Price from 50 cents to sl.
Rose scented, pink, large size, beautiful and fine 3hape. j
White do., very large and splendid, both of which are a .
great ornament to a flower garden. 25 cents each.
Oneof the most gracelul fiowt-rs that deekathe floial Jt- j
paitment. 25 cents each.
The finest variety, all in pots, at prices that shall be \
satisfactory. Call and see them.
Tn pots, 12J cents each, which can be turned act with i
safety, making an early crop, so much desired.
SWEET POTATO PLANTS,
Fifty cents per hundred. All sweet potatoes are raised |
by setting plants. AH may depend upon a supply this j
Spring. In flue condition to set from the 15lb of May to '
the 25th of June. This gives ample time for the potato i
to grew, as the plant is quite old—even three degrees j
south of us they do not set belorethe Ist of .Line. They !
are of early cultuic, and three plants to the hill, and can I
be raised in Bradford county. Any information wanted, |
inquire at the garden
All late cabbage plants, out door culture, 25 eta. per ■
At 25 cts. per hundred. Thousands in fine condition to !
set from the litteenth of May to the first ot August.
Much pains will be iaketi to make plants strong j
and stocky as possible, by transplanting, Ac. Plants,'
Grape Vines, and ail f sell, may be carried any distance,
as they will be packed in moss exceediug well.
ffir"l have a good pair of TEAM HOUSES, a very ex
cellent Lumber TWO HORSE WAGON, and team har
ness to sell. Terms made kuowu to the applicant. A
go .d bargain offered. Call and see them at ray barn.
Towatula, April IS, 1882.
NEW SPRING GOODS !
J. M. COLLINS',
(First door South of Codding & Russell's.)
TC3T RECEIVED FROM NEW YORK
*J an unusual large stock of Clothing, Cloths, Caserne: -< !
Vesting!!, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Huts A Caps, which
will be -sold at greater bargains than before.
CUR. SPRING STOCK
Will comprise almost every article worn by man or boy. I
BUSINESS SUITS, COATS, PAKTTS
Vests, Shirts, Collars,
Suspenders, Week Ties,
Gloves, Wrappers, Socks, |
Overalls, Boy's Pants and Jackets. Especial attention
is called to our New Style of
CLOTHS, CASIMEUES AM) VESTIM.S,
Which aie ready to make up to order, on short notice,
and warranted in every way, or no sale, a.s we have some
eight years experiens in this line 6T business, my cutter.
Mr. PEXEPACKER, will be on hand, at all times to do
cutting lor those who wish it done.
BEAR IN MIND
ff yen wish to buy clothing cheap, and get as g6'od as
represented, call at
If yon wish to get the worth of your money, and buy tie
fre.-h Goods and fair dealing, call on ns and you will b
satisfied. No trouble to show goods ar.d r.o forcing to buy
Goods sold for cash only. J. M. COLLINS.
Towanda, April 21,1862.
A D MINISTR ATOR'S NOT ICE.—Notice
is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate of I. 11. STEPHENS, late ot North Towanda, dee'd..
are requested to make payment without delay.and those
having claims against said estate will present them duly
authenticated for settlement. JOHN McMAHOX,
April 16. 1862. Administrator.
I ASTRA Y. —Came into the enclosure of the
J subscriber, on or about the 2d instant, a YEARL
ING BAY COLT. The owner is requested to prove pro
perty. pay charges and take it away.
Orwell, April 23. 1a62. AARON COLE.
/NAUTION —Whereas my L wifeSALY
\J ANN, has left my bed and board without any just
cause or provocatioc, I hereby forbid all persons,
harboring her on my account as I will pay no debts ol
her contracting after this date.
Warren. April 30,1862. HORACE ARNOLD.
\ EDITOR'S NOTICE. — In the matter of
i\ lite estate of within Bxidd, dee'd.
Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned, an Audi
tor, appointed by the said Court to distribute the monies
in the hands of E. Pomeroy, Trustee, raised by the sale
of said decedent's real estate, will attend to the duties of
his appointment nt the office of Parsons & Carnachan.in
Troy borough, onTriday, June 6,1862, at 1 o'clock, when
and where all persons having claims on said monies must
present them, or else be forever debarred from the same.
W. 11. CARXACHAN, Auditor.
Troy, May 26, 1662.
DMINISTRATRIX NOTTCE —Notice
is hereby gven, that all persons indebted to the es
tate of PERRY C- HEATH, late ofSmithfield tp., dee'd.,
are hereby requesitcd to make payment without delay,
and all persons having demands against said estate! will
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
May 26.1862. Administratrix.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE —Notice is here
by given. that all persons indebted to the estatc-jof
LEVI D. LANDON deeeasdd. late of Canton twp.. are
hereby requested to make immediate payment, and all
persons having demands against said estate will please
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
JOHN W. LANDON.
Canton, May 13.1862. Executors.
RESOLUTION OF CO PARTNERS HIP
The copartnership heretofore existing between the
subscribers under the firm name of Goodrich, Newbery
& Peck is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
JOHN E. GOODRICH.
GEO. N. NEWBERY,
GEO. L. PECK.
The notes and accounts of the late firm are in the hands
of !•'. A. Pierce for collection. All persons indebted will
please take notice and save cost.
Troy, April 7.1862.
THE undersigned having concluded to quit the ped
dling business, will close out the hallance of bis stock
at a very low figure. He will also call in a short time on
hisold customers, and hopes they will be prepared to set-
Ue up. SAMUBI TREUrris
13 NOW OPENING FOE THE
A Splendid Stock of
m~ MiZ mw ca = ** jss 9
Which will be sold very cheap for
CASH OR READY PAY,
Those who wish BAFGAINE wiU do well to give u *
Towanda. May 1, ISG2.
FRESH GROUND PUSTER,
WfV!. A. ROCKWELL'S.
Towanda. Jan. 8. 1361.
p / A
rPHIS IS THE ESTABLISHMENT
X where von can fled a very fine assortment of
WATCHES AND JEWELRY of all descriptions, also *
good stock of CLOCKS, prices ranging from 10 shilling*
up. and warranted to give good satisfaction or no sale.
lam also agent for the sa'e ; of D. E. LENT'S celebrated
Barometers, which every fai mer should always have. Pri
ces from $8 to S2O, according to finish REPAIRING
done as usual in a neat and workmanlike manner and wax-
WM. A. CHAMBERLIN.
pHAIII. BESDTEADvt FURNISHING
\J WAREROOM.—ELI BROWNING respectfully in
forms tii-.- public that he has purchased from James Mack
insou his stock of Furniture, and rented his shop & rooms
and is prepared to offer to purchasers great inducements
in all articles in bis line. He wiil manufacture and keep
on hand at ail times a stork of
CHAIRS, BEDSTEADS) BUREAUS,
p-iS'SElEV'wra. W-ushsffliids. Tables, ,tc.,&c., of
(liferent styles and prices, .suited to
v . ' M u . v .-:ts of the conutry. He asks
'<£jSs6 the attention of those wishing to
Jbuy to the articles kept by him. as
he'i? determined that in the quality
j Lc3' of his work, the excellence of mate
u' W" g rial and the price not to lie ouutdon
a. J| _ JL i i.v any establishment. Being satis
fied that the~REAT)Y "PAY svstem is the-best for both
purchaser and .-eiler, his bu-dnc's will bcriHiiluctcd upon
that .-y.-tern. He will, however, take in exchange for
work, ail kinds of Country Pioduce. at the market price
T X j IR, IsT I 3ST C - ,
Of all kinds, done to order, in the best manner, at reason
aide rates, and on short notice.
£ZT The Undertaking Department will be conducted,
as usual,bv Mr. Mackinson who is prepared with a new
and splendid Ileurse to attend to ail c.iils in nis line.
Towanda, April 7.1862
Hood Flour ami Good Oread!
XXf IIY IS TT THAT SO MANY FA ML
V V LIE 3 HAVE POOR BREAD 1 A.-k the lady of
the house, and you -.vill invariably receive in answer :
The fionr is poor or the yeast is poor.
To 3VO I these :r nblesbuy your fiour always at FOX'S
and use Siratton's Yea.-t Compound, to be had at the
same place; it always gives -aii.-faefion.
T ie best quality of Wueat and Buckwheat Flour and
fresh ground Corn Meal, af, at low price.-. at the (.ash
Grocery Store-. E. T.FOX.
Jan. 2s, 1-02.
New Furniture afnl Chairs.
r HAVE JUST RECEIVER A LARGE
X and extensive assortment of Sofas. Mahogany ChAira
Mahogany and Walnut Rockers, Boston Rockers, Fin
ane-seat, Wood, and Unsh-boftom. Hvir, Cane-, eat and
ane back Rockers, Looking-Glasses, Cord and Tassels,
icture Frames, Ac.,
Cheaper tliah the Cheapest.
gig- Please call and satisfy yourselves.
Towanda, June 2(5,1861. CHESTER WELFSB.
QIAKTEBLY REVIEW OF FASHIONS,
A T 7"1TI1 GREAT IMPROVEMENTS AND ADDI
V V tions, tlie summer number contains four large
splendid fashion-plates.three fuli-sizeu patterns of dresses,
comfftising the new French Waist.an elegant Sleeve, and
a Misses Sack .and a sheet of new and lieautiful Braid and
Embroidering Patterns,toge'her with nearly one hundred
engravings of all the novelties for summer bonnets.cloaka,
trimmings, children's dresses, etc., and valuable informa
tions to Milliners, Dress makers, Mothers, and ladies
generally, presenting the largest and best Fashion Mag
azine in the World, published 47S Broadway, and sold
everywhere tit 25 cts., or Yearly sl, with the following
Each yearly subscriber will be entitled to a nVeipt for
the selection of 50 cts. worth of plain patterns, from tlie
designs in the book, or from the show room, or they may
be ordered and sent by mail any time during the Year,
by paying the postage. Splendid inducements to Can
vassers. " Summer No. now ready.
THE OLD STAND
STILL IN OPERATION.
HHHE SUBSCRIBER WOULD SAY TO .
JL the citizens of Bradford County, that he has on
hand the largest stock of CAKHIAGE WOKK that was ever
offered in Northern Pennsylvania, consisting of 4 top
buggies, 1 slide seat top buggy, t two horse democrat
w-. g ins, 2 with tops, 4 one horse democrat, 2 open bug
gies, 2 lumber wagons, besides several second hand wag
ons. All made of the best material,'mostly 'J Eastern
timber, and oi the latest style, and better made than any
other carriages in Northern Pennsylvania.
The work is su'ch that 1 Warrant it to stand all reason
The above will be sold low for cash or approved credit,
as I wish to get out of the business. 1 also have 3 sul
kies tor sale.
N. B.- Work made to order and repairing done on
short notice. G.R. DRAKE.
Towanda, April 23,1862. 2m
HARRiSBURG NAIL WORKS*
TIIE tintJersittned has on hard a supply oi
Naiis, from these well known work. The nails are
made from Pennsylvania Iron, man .factored expressly
for this purpose', and are of as nperior quality, hor sala
to (lealcis only, aodon better terms than they can obtain
in New York. Enquire at the Baukiug Office ofß. S.
RUSSELL & CO. B S. KUSSEI.L.
j Towanda, March 18,1862.
DISSOLUTION. —Tho copm tnership her©
toforc existing between the subscribers, and known
as the firm of MADILL & PATTON, tethia day dissolv
ed by mutual consent. The books, notes and accounts of
said firm are in the handscf J. G. PATTON for collec-
T F MADILL.
J. G. PATTON. .
Dr. MADILL will continue the Drug business at tho
old stand of MADILL & PATTON. where he may be
found at all times, when not professionally engaged, by
close attention to bnsiness, he hopes to merit and receive
a liberal share of public patronage.
Towanda, April 3,1862.
COOPERING. —A large supply of Firkins
and Butter Tubs, Barrels, Casks. Churnes, Well
Buckets, Wash Tubs, and all kinds of Cooper's work kept
constantly on hand, and all orders promptly filled at
ROCKWELL'S Shop, nearly opposite the "Rail Road,
t&- WANTED.— A good journeyman Cooper TO earry
on a shop, call at W. A. ROCKWELL.
Towanda, Feb. 18, 1862.
TIMOTHY SEED— I2O BUSHELS OF
fine Timothy Seed, for eala by
#w?biLiW3. 4 B.JS. MEacaa