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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
SKATING CLUB. —The Towanda Skating i
< lnl> is now in a flourishing condition, and from j
j,resent indications tlie members intend enjoying j
themselves hugely this winter. As the skaters are j
numerous hereabouts, ;uid a large proportion of
them juveniles, and rather young to belong to any j
,ssiieiation of this kind, it has been thought best
l.v some of the members of the elttb to solicit con
tributions from the parents and friends of the "lit- ]
tie ones," to Carry out more effectually arrange
nn iits to preserving life. It is the intention of the 1
rluli to place large lanterns, flags, torches, Ac., up
on the ice, so that everything must move off in j
■ il'. ty and security. To do this would incur an !
, \pi iise larger than the club in its present condi
t ion is willing to foot, w hen others come on the ;
rounds and enjoy the same privileges that the !
members do. Donations will be received thank- |
fullv by the Treasurer, ('HAKI.ES I'. PATCH, in behalf
~f the club.
TORRKY'S BEE HIVE.—Mr. R. S. TORRKY, of |
Bangor, 1/aine, is introducing the "J/aine State Bee
Ilivc." to flic notice of the people of Bradford j
Comity. This hive has taken the first premium at
many State Fairs, aud was aw arded the first pre- !
iiiiiuu at the Pennsylvania State Fair, held at Eas
toti. The agricultural journals all praise it highly, j
ml ii has the warmest testimonials from those
who have made use of it. J/r. T., the patentee, is
an enthusiast on the subject of bee raising, and
has made it a study and business for more than
thirty years. His hive combines cheapness with
1, auty of style and perfect adaptation to the wants
of fin- colony which inhabits it. It is claimed for
it, that it secures all the advantages necessary for
tla- safety of tlie bees, removing the obstacles and
, angers of raising and wintering them, and to
oling them to produce in abundance a better
quality of lioney. Its merits are certainly worthy
<if flu attention and enquiry of our bee-raising cit
(Jodoy'a Lady's Book for January is
already out. It is. indeed, a Siting initial number
, f tin year. It contains two splendid steel plates,
superior colored fashion plate, and fourteen full
nag,- engravings ; among which are the three robe
ill-, sscs. from tlie celebrated house of .1/essrs. A.
! STEWART & Co., of New York, and one from j
Bin .i>ii-:'s Emporium, besides other illustrations too
numerous to mention. Its literary contents are
ini\ailed. He will send Godey's Lady's Book
a! the "KEPOKTEB" the next year to subscribers j
lloi.itiAY PARTY. —We would say to the
lo.ers of Dancing, that the HOLCOMB HOUSE, inLe- j
Roy, will be open to receive its guests on Friday |
evening, Dec. 30. Good music will be in atten- j
,i, lice. Bill $3.00.
THE LADY'S FRIEND. —The January ntitn- |
l.i-i* of the Lady's Friend is already on our table, \
I fully bears out the high reputation of this new !
monthly, which is now entering upon the second j
y. ar of its existence. The leading steel engraving, I
• HUSH! IT IS ASLEEP," is a beautiful picture, and j
will doubtless go right to the hearts of the ladies.
Tin- Fashion Plate—a double one, as usual—is very
handsome indeed, admirably engraved on steel,
and richly colored. Then there is a colored de- !
sign of a WORK TABLE COMPANION, a very useful la- j
(ly. a-, she seems, in red and yellow* and blue ; and j
numerous other engravings of the Fashions, Work j
Table Department, Ac. The music of this ntun- j
ber is a piece entitled, "I STOOD WITHIN OUR COT- |
TAOE HALL." The literary contents, are even un
Pri. i- -2,50; 2 copies 64,00 ; fl copiea 610,00 ; *2l
copies 631,00. Specimen numbers will he sent to
those desirous of making up clubs at 15 cts.— i
V.'lu-elev A Wilson's celebrated Sewing Machines [
AR. furnished as Premiums. Address DEACON A* I
PETERSON, 31!) Walnut street, Philadelphia.
Now is the time to send on your subscriptions for j
THUJA CO. COTTON. —On Monday last we j
wi ii shown a sample of Sea Island Cotton, raised j
1 Mrs. Cady, at Tioga, from seed sent l>v some of ]
t'i, boy-, in the 45th Reg't, during their stay in !
s nth Carolina. From the specimen before ns we j
--In mid judge it would pay all to give it a trial and j
find out whether the loyal North is not capable of \
rising her own cotton without the help of our
" dear Southern brethern."— Ti>ja Agitator.
BrTf' We are glad to welcome our old ;
friend GOODRICH back to tlie tripod, and look to see !
him prosper as lie deserves. The Hepoi-ter is now* j
•ne of the largest and neatest county papers in
Pennsylvania. In fact it was ever one of the neat- |
est printed and most efficient of all our exchanges, j
1!. has procured new presses and new type, and !
ought to have 2500 subscribers. Tlie priee of the I
is now 62 per year in advance. He had
Pern rinhe it 62.50. Thuja Agitator.
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE. —We are in receipt
of this popular Lady's Magazine, for December.— j
It is a splendid number, with a superb title page j
lor 1861. Notwithstanding tlie enormously in
ert -i-il prii-i of paper, and the rise in all printing j
materials. -Peterson" will still lie furnished at |
TWO DOI.I.>J:S \ TEAK. No Magazine of similar:
ii i lit ajipn aches it in cheapness. Its stories and
I; velettcs are by the best writers. In 1865, Four j
I'i jgitial Copyright Novelettes will be given. Its
I -iiions are alw ays tlie latest and prettiest. Every
: > ighborhood ought to make up a club. IT IS THE i
MAO VZINE EOK THE TIMES Its terms to clubs are j
mipreeedeiitedly liberal, viz :—8 copies for 612,00, J
or 1 1 copies for 6*20,00. To every person getting
up a club, (at these rates.) the Publisher will send, j
as a premium, that .superb engraving for framing,
SIZE. 21 inches by 20 inches, "WASHINGTON PAKT
IS. FROM HIS GENERALS," or an extra copy of the
Magazine for 1805.
\RTMI R'S HOME MAGAZINE FOR 1865.—The
II :ne Magazine closes its volume for 1864 with the
widest circulation it has yet obtained. For 1865
it will be enlarged and made still more worthy of
t; patronage it is receiving. No periodical in the
nntry has met with a heartier welcome from the
ptv-s. Its praises come heralded from every direc- '
: a. To maintain the high place it has reached in
public favor, the publishers and editors will spare
- thcr expense nor labor. It is, par excellence,
tin- people's magazine, and should And a place in
'Aerv home. Terms, 82,50 a year; three copies,
: Jive copies, and one to the getter up of the
"ib. 610 ; nine copies, and one to getter up of
' ifKisTMAS HOLIDAY PRESENTS. — COWI.ES IK
1 ■ . call attention to the most splendid variety of
Christmas holiday presents ever offered for sale in
I wanda. Having a large stock they are deter
mined to sell at great bargains, ( all and see tliem.
N EW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA PETROLEUM CO.
1 lie prospectus of this company will be found in
uiotUer column. At this time, when so many pro
y- ts of this character are being originated for pnr
qiecnlntive purposes, it behooves those desiring to
" s t to investigate closely. Tlie names coiinec
-1 with this company, are a sufficient guarenteeof
s (''liability, and that its affairs will tie prudently
I lie Sunday school H ofWyalusing and
1 initj will hold their regular monthly Concert
•xt Snnday Christmas—at 3p. m., in the chapel
01 ,he Second Presbyterian Church.
WaF" The Fire Department of the Boro' of
Towanda, held their annual election at the Engine
House, on Monday evening, Dee. 19th 1864, when
the following officers were elected for the ensuing
H. B. MCKE.CN, Chief Engineer.
JOHN W. MIX. .1 .s.v'F. Chief Engineer.
THE DRAFT. —List of persons drafted, to
supply the deficiency under the last call of the
President, for Bradford County :
Wm. Black, Francis A. Sexton, Jesse Hunt.Wm.
B. Wage, James. E. Backus, Byron Cass, Gaylord
Frisbie, Samuel N. Bronson, Wm. H. Hardy, Ste
phen Russell. Alphonse J. Lloyd, Warren -1. Parks,
Hollis H. Atwood, Jas T. Burr hard, Isaac V< night,
Samuel G. Stevens, Geo.Smitli, David O.Cass. Geo
N. Hardy, Luther J. Pendleton. Francis. M. Mayu
ard, Edmund Yanfleet, A. A. Alger, Marcus Rock
well, Joseph Doane, Geo. N. Yarriugton, Julius P.
Sexton, Geo. Lyon. Jr., John C. Wilhelm, Chas.
J. M. Baker, Lewis JDickinson, Crawford (Vest
brook, John N. Reescr, Byron S. Guthry, Hezeki
ah Direman, Allen Eaton, Hiram G. Chase. Harvy
Gates, Alva Cooper, Israc Andrns, Thomas Halsey,
Theodore Barrett, Woodward Berry, Jr., Win. Ward
Wallace Fanning, Joel Adauis, Wm. Tracy, Alvin
L. Berrv, James H. Barrett.
John Bailey, Allen Williams, H. McClelliui, J.
P. Bates, 0. Hevold, Martin P. Lewis, Daniel G.
Greenleaf, Franklin Pierce, Thomas Batv, Hiram
M. Goff, Wm. M. Watts, S. Lindlay, Orrin Allen,
Houston Fitch, James Stanton, J. S. Mauley, Sam
Mi-Man. Allen Williams, D. P. Elliott, Jas Barnes,
Solon Roberts, Calvin Brown, Arseinus Aiulrus,
James Bourk, L. W. Jones, Milton Adams, Morti
mer Foster, Luke Streeter, Erskine Packard, Thos
W. Cross, Wm. Hamilton, Hiram Liiulley, Daniel
W. Webster, Orrin Montgomery, Jeremiah Fitzge
rald, Hiram W. Thomas, Marcus P. Ayers, Abra
ham Williams, Loienzo Wright, Allen Packard,
Lemuel A. Packard, Wm. R. Dunrt, Samuel Fits
water, Jr., D. P. Liiullev, John Matony, Levi Stull.
Prgpton Wolcott, Albert Ammemian.Clias. .John
son, Allen Baldwin, Charles Cooper, Walter Green,
James Rogers, Theron Wolcott, Daniel Campbell,
Andrew Layton.Wm. Lurcock,Julius Cotton,Dan'l
Reeser, Joseph Stout-fist, Oscar Wolcott, James
Drake, Hcurv Mmm.Olivar Dverson, John Newels,
Thos. Randolph. Alanson Camel*, Andrew J. Fish,
Henry Mallory, Daniel Munu, Hiram Bloodgood,
Wm. J. Hutehinsoii/Geo.Stevens,Edwin A.Jones,
Wm. Morris, F. (). Goodwin, Andrew ('. Pierce,
David J. Morris, Alonzo Hill. Wm. M. Payne,
Stephen P. Warner, John L. Williams, Charles H.
Pnrdy, Harris 1!. Taylor, Oliver J. Warner, Alex.
Gibbs, Nathan R. White, Jarvis King, Henry W.
Bolles, Robert Sloeiim, Myron H. Matson, Samuel
Depeit,Alonzo Whitehead, Byron D. Bolles, Stephen
F. Edsell. Asa 1!. Payson, Horace B. Cliaffee.
Asa Nichols, Addison Frisbie.
Aaron M. Gillett, Geo. H. Berry, Freeman A.
Aston, James Stirton,, Johnson A. Kline, Harmon
Sible, Alplieus Marcellus, David'J. May, Gabriel
Kavnor, E. Gunsaulus, Jolin L. Webb, Itliemer
Manning, Wm. Gnnsaules.
Arial Geronld, Noah F. Tuttle.Nehemiah Robin
son. Daniel Allen, Francis A. Fundi, Thomas I>.
Waldron, George T. Beach, Marshal Bullock, Phi
lander Hall, Wayland B. Andrns, Willis Ames,
Lockwell E. Thompson, Judson Bnrlingame, Ern
mons Eames, Plimi Phelps Jr., John W. Harris,
Orrin E. Harris, David Newton.
Wilforil S. Dady, IFm. R. Wolf, A. King, Hugh
McCabe, D. S. 4/aynard, Wm. Y. Parks, Washing- j
ton Towner, Wm. A. Blair, Harry Beernan, Henry
D. Yinight, Edgar B. Baxter, Daniel Babcoek. Phi- j
lander Prince, Henry Quigley, Sylvester Mineer, !
Ebenezer Cowles, Wilson -1/urphy, James Forbes.
Francis Johnson, Joseph Towner, A. H. Holmes,
Edgar J. Chaffee, Levi Porter.
Warner E. Gillett, David Horton Jr., Ira Mur
phy, Wm. M. Middaugh, Horace Horton, Leonard j
Heinmingway, Dan'l Minier, Tlieron F. Miller, j
Chas. Willard, David J. Horton. Millard Maekizer, j
Marquis A. Vaneise, Frank Bessex, Milton Smith, j
Daniel Minier, Daniel M. Bidlack, George Childs.
Dennis Burtin, Isaac Hoilenback, Moses Watkins, i
Marion Lovelace, AVarehestcr Childs, Elisha New- 1
ell, John W. Dilruer, Samuel Hulett, Major S.Mar- !
slial. Andrew Zeller, Manson Elshree, David New- |
ell. .James McDaniel, Joseph M. Elliott, John Bar- j
Dennis Lane, Harry D. Fausey, Nathaniel Moody, ;
Albert Whiffile, Jewit S. Ross, James Vargnson, !
William F. Cole. Clianucey Baker. George Johnson, j
Fred Miller, Isaac Babcoek, James Stoneman.
Nicholas Johnson, Cliarrick Wcstbrook.
George Vargnson, James Chilson, Edward Min- •
gus, Thomas Mulka, Philip A. Harvy, William
Northrop, Abraham Boys, V ia. W. Decker. Angles i
McMillen, Windfield Scott, Nathaniel Hendershot,
John English, William AVestbrook, Douglas John
son, Washington Suntee, Jeremiah Hakes Frank
lin Northrup, Eliplialet Shores, David Mason, P.
C. Bartow, Hiram Chilson, James Smith, N. B.
Overton, Cornelius Johnson, Rogers Cole, Lewis
John H. Green, Thomas Chapman, William Har
ris* George L. Easterbrook, Wood Eliglimi, Abram
Mills, B. H. Haven, Charles Williams, William
Sawyer, Samuel Vauwert, James Morris, William
McMorren. W. W. Wolcott, G. K. Tozer, Hand
ford Rolinson, A. T. Kartright, William Jacklin,
Jacob J. Weller, George W. Thomas, Joseph 11.
Snell, Joseph Tuttle, Seeley Kinner, Ismic Suell,
Warren Weeks, E. A. Weller, John Kirkpatrick,
Cornelius Hurley, Michael Doren, James Vanvleet,
G. W. Hammon. G. H. Morley, Nathaniel Seelv,
William Vauallen, John Houglitaling, Pitney Vin
cent. Ira B. Sherwood, W. G. Stevens, David Hail
Isaac Wilcox, William Harroway, jr., Peter
Myres, John B Steringer, Michael McCuc, Warren
Allen. Jesse S. Burlier, Philip Cain, C. W. Davis,
Samuel Fuliner, James Allen, Rufus S. Hakes,
Alvin Warner, Joseph Lee, Charles Moon, Burton
Allen, Fernando Forn, Lowell Nowell, James Tee
ter or Seeter, William A. Zaner, Gardner Allen,
Edward Sturn, C. R. Severing, John Mosher,
Timothy MoAndrew, Eli Heverly, Josiali Reinbolt,
James Mullen, William Faucett.
John Dongertv, Wailand L. Cranmer, Edgar W.
Smith, Halleck Armstrong.
Benjamin Morxon, Richard Warrington, Benjam
in Dayton, Lewis Johnson. George Blair, Philander
Smith, George Rathbone, James DaiTow Isaac IU.
Bronson, Holland Swane, Able Dickens, Alvord
Rockwell, Reuben Dudley, Charles Taylor, Stephen
H. Ballard, William Riley.
Adam Miiqiliev. Edward Galliger, George. W.
White, Mathias M. Piatt, Reuben Schrader, Math
ew Barnes, William P. Lyon, Patrick Mnlealy, De
eatur I'epper, Dennis Donivan Gilbert R. Chase,
James Richard, Samuel Tovy, Charles MePatriek
lUhite. Ira Morse, James Galliger, Ira Smith, J. B.
Stratton, John Kirkendall, Ebenezer Harris, Geo.
Selirimei*. Benjamin Baldwin, Daniel Toway, Adol
pliis R. Pratt, John Schrader, Henry Black, Pat-,
rick Sullivan, Albert Northrop, George Burchell,
Timothy Sullivan, Daniel Oakley. Ebenezer Thom
as, Andrew Louty, Arthur Crogan, James Collins,
Sterne M. Kee, James Comiskey, Samuel Jordon,
James Brissel, Jehial Green, Wilson Brissel, John
1 nderwood, Augustus Hardy, Patrick Wileox, H.
P. Cray ton, Charles Rice.
William Reel, George Lawrence, Mesley Rogers,
James Rogers, John Campion, Robert Smith, Har
vey Turner. John M. Warner, Morgan ('anienter,
William Dunham, Hiram Sherry, James Morevi
Michael Healy, Truman W. Walcott, Eliphus Gle'a
son, Charles Hand, William Strope, Hamblin Deck
William Bowman, John Wilcox, Lathan Andrns,
Charles D. Ross, George W. Eliakim, Jefferson T.
Bailey, E. D. Furgnson, Thomas Smith, JohnMor
rison. Henry Michael, Smith May, Burton A. Por
ter, Douglas Smith, Horace M. Spalding, Barnafns
Vrowiuan, C. W. Mi-Murray, David S. Turner,
Harvey Putnam, David Tiriny, Luman Pntman, jr.
' George Collits, Riley ('. Pitch, Victor T. Simpkins,
Orvil Putnam, David VanVmskirk, Bnrrella l'ratt,
(Uilliam Vrowman, Joseph R. Miles, E. W. La-
Hiaut, Barney Rockwell, Allen Bovier, James ,lfc
-1 Cellan, Gilbert J/cFaught.
David S. Horton, George Conklin, Joseph W. Bis
| hop, Oliver D. Stiles, Isaac Martin,H. T. Harding,
Wm. Lewis, Adam Groff, Albert Kinley, Thomas
Byan. Johuathuii Howe, Robert C. Ward, John A,
Allen, 'Thomas T. Madill, Cornelius Coleman, E.
Stevens, Homer B. Morgan. James Sweet, Ralse
! rnonil Shores, Hiram Dyre, Melvin B. Owen, Geo.
I S. Miller. Charles Martin, Nathaniel N. Parks, M.
M. York, E. M. Allen.
David R. Emory, Manning Lmiday, John Sygal. Jacob
Tuttle, Edwin Sill, Hugh Park, A. Stevens, Civilian Mc
! Cracin, Myron Waterman. Jefferson G. Roof, Edward
j Clark, J. Yanneas, Peter West brook, Anson P. Hunt,
Wm. Clagett, James Bush,Alonzo Enlford.E. H, Dixon.
Daniel B. Ennis, Soproness Vanest, Minor Black.
Philip Swaikhammer, David Neahit, James S'.utheis,
John Neshit, John D. Squires, Wm. Nesbit, Morton H.
, Stephens, Noble Levenworth, J. Burrows Allen, Wm,
• Lnnday, Thomas A. Lee, John Blakesley.
Walter Chase, Thos. Shappec, John Andrews,Alansou
Lewis. Edward C.'Andres,Walter Davey,Firman Mason,
i (ieo. H. Thompson. O. Churchill, John W. Haight, John
! A. Vamvert, Sylvennsßerry, G. W. Brink. Samuel F.
Avers, Henry" Bradie, Hezekiah Hodge, Ephram F
Bou gilt on.
Andrew Bishop, Edgar Cole, Theodore Ackley, John
Lynch, Geo. Litzelman. John Walburn, Patrick Lynch,
Geo. Chilson, Wm. Decker, John \V. McGill, Wm. Cum
minx, Martin Cranmer, John C. (iregg, Wm. Bowman,
Wm. Wheatley, Francis Gregg, Burr Stockwell, Solo
mon, Walburn, Chas. B. Brooks, Willis Fisher,.
j John Latter, Stephen Bennett, Aduey Traey, Ed Des
i lain, Fred Butty, Thoa. F. Bailey. Phelix Deviua, Wm.
Dull, Oliver Newell. Samuel Hawkins, John CarkufF,
James Foster. Peter Vangorder, Thos. Jordou, Chus. T.
Bennett, Martin Flanery. Thos. Lynch. Alonzo B Slyter
Geo. B. Mills. Chas. W. Reck fellow, John Granger. John
j Chas G Rockwell, Harvey H. Smith, John M. Ridall.
' Edward Walker, John Lewis, Wm. Carey, Wm Pollock
Wm. McGaffey, Robt. Pollock, Edward P. Lenox. Fruu
j cia .M. Hill, John W.Bulloak, Wm. Mather. Sum 1
j John Gilmore.John H. Hull', Sam'l G. Lockwood Nelson
Olniitead, Geo. Nichols, Ralph Kussell, Ellis Hoagland,
i Henry J. Davidson, John Dixon, Solomon Mineer.
i Wm. I'. Lane, John M. Burnett, Wm. A. Lane, John
; Gattord, Abel E. Sellick. Jackson Alexander, Edward 11.
i Sellick, Samuel Whitehead, Robert D. Barnes, Andrew
■ G.Campbell, Stern M. Clark, Henry Ciandall, Minard
i McNeal, Clark B. Wheeler, John Sackett, Jeremiah Get
ter, Horace H. Brower, John McNeal, Kussell P. Allen,
i Morris P. Smith, Chas. Scouton, Thos. Waters.
John Case, A. L. Cooper, Scott Mauley, 0. W. Burns,
N. A. Mayuard, Isaac Horn beck, Henry W. Jennings
Harvy Greeno, Wm. C. Cobb, Sain'l Symersou, D. W.
j C. Ayers, Char. Grohs, Ambrose Williams, G. W. Cass,
James Snow, Wm. E. Chilson, Dan'l Peters, Robt. Bal
lard. Oliver Booth, Chas. Boyse, LaFaytte Johnson, E.
C. Rockwell, A. W. Lindenuan. Jas. W. Williams. I.es
ler G Van Horn, Michael Kinney, Curtis Jenner, Hiram
W. Thoiyas, L. F. Baldwin, Joseph Baxter, A. Rock
well, Sam'l Peters, Oreu D. Morse, Joseph Mec.
Austin Smith,Chas. F. Crandali,Charles N Smith,
Horace Durnet, Beer Wood, isrial Mere, Allied Ripley,
James Whitehead, Timothy Felon, Fred. Huft'au.
Bishop A. i*argo, Wilinot Coburn, Timothy Culver,
Davis Grey, John C. Neigh, Burton Montgomery, Jack
sou Bawer, Philander Hardy, Gee. It. Johnson, Thomas
Potter, Ezekiel Whipple, Henry 1,. * Coburn, Edward
Brown, Allied Ackley, Wilbur Lewis Rhoderick Cady,
Hiram Taylor, Noris Pargo. Heury B. Ackley, John
Rngar, Geo. Taylor, Alonzo Rockwell,Mart in Christian,
Wm. N. Wells, Andrew Fee, Milton Hornet, Benjamin
Ackley, Wm. 11. Define, Ed. Wells, J. J. Cantield, S.
Lyons, Dan'l H. Brown, Chas. Allen, Geo. C. Atwood,
Henry Camp, Harrison Detrick, Lewis Biles, C. S. Lat
ferty, Chester B. Hoilenback, Sanford Cox, Dwigbt 1).
Gh.jlee, John Cox, Jesse Cox, Jas. Fee, Joha Carmody,
j Chandler B. Strunk, Raymond M. Wells, James Kelly,
Francis J, Lacy.
j Richard S. Johnson. Ira If. Shoemaker, Thomas Lamb
Hiriim L. Terry Wm. J. Hillis, James A. Jones, Wm.
S. Vandcrpool, Richard Vanderpool, E. W. Neal, Peter
M. Jerolomem, Cornelius Johnson, Zebulon Wheeler,
John C. Richard, Wallace Dodge, A. Mosher, Moses
Marcey, Jerra Vanderpool, John Williams, Benj. Corson,
Wm. Frutchy. Stephen , Martin P Neill, Daniel
Hogan, E. C. Quick, Ira Steel, Jolin I). Fuin, John Mc- j
Donough, John S. Quick, Jos. Staltord, C. E. Burgess,
Henry M. Wilcox, Geo. Hartford, Chas. Kenley, M D.
Donnovan, Geo. B. Frutchey, Henry Evans, John Coyle
Sam'l Thrasher, Geo. S. Gamble, Fisher Roseerans, S.
Sake, Patrick Carroll, Geo. Vaughn, Wm. Fox.it. H.
Ely, Caron Persoon, Leander P. Gamble, Paul K. Huu
! singer, Wm. T. McAßerty, Asa M. Quick, Joim M. Wil
son, Sydney Stewart, Elmore H. Winslow .
David Wilson, John Connelly, Henry King, Dennis
Russell, Nathan Young. Hiram Manchester. Minor Rus
i sell, Chas. L. Arnold, Win. Bennett, Eli Knight, Hor
ace G. Ccburn, James Conner, H. Howell, P. James, W.
i P. Chaffee, Benj. A. Corneil. A. M. Beards lee, Henry C.
| Allyn, Ed. F. Tripp, John Prince. Joseph S. Wheaton,
Hiram Beaman, Chas. Vanormun. Win. P. Chaffee, Anar
S. Arnold , Jacob P. Rogers, Perry Bowen.
A lien Finney, S. Lorst. C. It. Stone, M. J. Heagland*
j S. W. Wilcnx, Moses Walter, Seth Loomis, E. D. Van
| dyke, Cnrtis Smith, Luthur Greenough, Burton Hol
' comb. C. A. Kelley, Harrison W. Holcomb, H. Wilcox,
Mathias K. Morris, Andrew Kitchen, M. It. Morse, Geo.
: W. Cranmer, T. F, Bliss, Douglass A. McCraney, Levi C
Wilcox, J. H. Owen, James Snrader, Mortimer Haxton.
HAMILTON—BLISS. —l4th inst., at Leßoy by
Kev. James Mr It'illianis, Mr. Arthur S. Hamil
ton, of Rochester, N. Y.. to J/iss Sarah H. Rliss,
daughter of Dr. C. T. Rliss, of Leßoy.
AOAUI).— MKS. FRANKLIN FOWLER
would respectfully inform her old friends and the
| public, that she will reorganize her class of iustrumen-
I tal music, at Monroeton, Dec., 12. She will be ready to
j attend to lier pupils either at her residence, or her room
j over Tiacy's Stoie. Music also on hand for sale,
Monroe. Nov. (i 1664.
QYSTERS! WHOLESALE A RETAIL!
BY THE HUNDRED OR KEG,
AT LAUGHLIN'S SAL O O N !
! Towanda. Nov. JO, 1804.
rpHE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE TOW
-L ANDA BRIDGE COMPANY are liereby notilied
! that there will be a meeting at the office of the Company
I in Towanda, on WEDNESDAY, the 4th day of J ANUA
RY, 1865, between the hours of 2 and 4, P. M., for the
election of a President, six Managers and a Treasurer.
Dec. 1. N. N. BETTS, Jr., Sec'y.
I IST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN
J-J the Post Office at Towanda, Dec. 13,1604.
I lleers Charles iMaffit Geo. W.
• Barrett Caroline Myhan Thos.
Bloom Lucinda j Pratt Newman
. Bonney Mrs. 'Pratt Mortimer
Camp Abiara iShelden B.
Caiklin W. H. 2 Shaw B. F.
! Detrieli Mary E. 'Snyder Kate
i Douglass Wm. Soder Loretta
; Edmonds Frank Scott Dr. S. S.
Faucett Benjamin Smith Theodore,
I Hastings Ilell IVanorton John
; Horton Win. B. Vangorder Mary Ann
I llemmingway Wm. Wilcox Ester
! Larue Wir. A. Ward Nellie
MeXeal Ann E. Wood Peter
; MeCraeken Electa W.lmot Samuel
Persons calling for any of the above letters, will
plese say," advertised." S. W. ALVOItD, P. M.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL.—
The subscriber would respectfully announce to the
! party-going linblic, that he will give a New Year's
; Party at his house in Milan, Bradford county, Pa.,on
' MONDAY, the 2d day ot JANUARY, 1664, when and
where lie will be glad to see all his o.d friends. Come
i one, come all. Go<#l Music guaranteed.
_ J. S. PATTERSON.
VTOTICE.—MY WIFE, SARAH JANE,
! .Ll having left my bed and board without any cause or
provicatiou, all persons are hereby forbidden trusting or
harboring her on my account, as I shall pay no debts'of
her contracting after this date.
OLIVER A. HUDSON.
Shesheqnin, Dec. 3, 1864. 3wp.
OFFICE PKOVOST MAKSIIA!., 13th Dis.)
TROV, Pa. Dec. 5,1864. (
In order to secure the assistance and co-operation ol
i the people in the endeavor to keep the Enrollment Lists
1 continually coirect, the Enrolling Board have been di
; rected to have copies of said lists kept open to the exam
ination of the public at all times, if he can show, to the
I satisfaction of the Board, that the person named is e-.
j properly enrolled, on account of
* 2d. Non Resident.
! 3d. Over Age.
4th. Permanent physical disability,of such a degree
to render the person not a proper subject for enrollinei.
under the law and regulations.
Stli. Having served in the Military or Naval service
two years during the present war. and beeu honorably
Especially civil officers, clergymen, and ail prominent
citizens are invited to appear at ail times before the board
to point out errors, and to give such information in their
possession as may aid in the correction and revision.
They should understand that it is plainly for the in
lerest of each sub district to have stricken from the lists
all names improperly enrolled because an excess of names
increase the quota called for from such sub-districts; and
that it is equally tor tfie interest of each person enrolled
in a given sub-district to place upon the lists all persons
in tlie sub district liable to do military duty, because the
greater the number to be drawntrom, the less the chance
that any particular individual will be drawn. It is the
personal interest f every enrolled man. that the quota
in which he is concerned shall not be made too large,
and that his own chances for draft shall not be injnetly
increased ; both these objects will be attained if aii par
ties will aid in striking out the wrong names and put
itg in the right ones. Especially is this the interest of
those drafted men who by putting in substitutes them
selves liable to draft have secured exemption. which by
the terms of the law hold good only until the precent en
rollment is exhausted in their, sub districts.
Men who are over 45 years of age and in consequence
■ excused by law from the performance of duty in the
field, owe it to the cause and the country to take a zeal
: ons and active part in the correction ot the enrollment
lists, a military service of the first import nnee. The la.v
requires that the quota shall be assigned in proportion to
the enrollment, and the (airness aud justice of this mode
ol determining the amount ol military service due from
each and every section cannot be doubted if the enroll
ment is made as nearly perfect as it is practicable to
make it. The amount of service due to the nation from
j every town or county, is thus laid fairly and plainly lie
fore the citizens, aud is expected that a higher motive
| thon a selfish interest will prompt all to do their'khare in
' perfecting the enrollment, and securing a just and effi
cient exetntion of the laws for raising troops, whenever
; it becomes necessary to apply tliem. By order of
Maj. RICHARD J. DODGE,
A. A. Pro. Mar. Gen. Pa.
Capt. & A. A. A. Gen.
| C'HARLXS M. MANVILLB,
i Capt. & Pro. Mar. 13th Dig, Pa.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE—By virtue of
an order of the Orphan'* Court of Bradford county
the undersigned Executor of the estate of DAItIUS
MANLEY, dec'd., late of Troy twp., will sell on the
premises, at ppbllc sale, on WEDNESDAY, January I*,
1865.at 1 o'clock, p. m.. the following lot. piece or par
cel of land, situated iu Troy twp., and hounded as I'd
fows, to wit .
Beginning at a corner of Chas. G. Manley's lot upon
the road, thence along the same south 344° west 32 per.
south 311° west 77 per. to a corner upon said road,
thence north 71 west 72 per. to a corner, thence noith
14° eastß7 3-10 per. to a corner of said Chas. G. Man
ley's lot, and thence south 82° east 12,'> 7-10 per. to the
place of beginning. Containing 57 acres and 106 per.
AIJ3O—AII that other certain lot piece or parcel of
land, lying and being, in the twp. pt Troy, and bound
ed on the west, north and east by lands of i). It. Man
ley,and south by the mountain road leading Irora Thom
as' to Armenia, and containing nine acres more or less.
The eait pa-t of same improved.
TEEMS.—S2S to be paid on day of sale, on each of
the iols, one-hall on the confirmation of sale, the bal
lance in oue year thereafter, with interest.
E. L. MANIiKY,
Dec. 15, 1864. Exec ut "r.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.—By virtue of
an order of the Orphan's Court of Bradford coun
ty, the undersigned admin istrator or the estate of ED- I
WAUD WILLIAMS, dec'd., lata of Athens two., will
sell orr the premi es, at public sale, on WEDNESDAY,
January IS, 1865, at 1 o'clock, p. m., the following lot,
piece or parcel of la..d, situated in Athens twp., and
bounded as follows, to wit
Beginning at the south-west corner of lot No. 2 run
ning north U° east 171# 2-10 rods to the northwest c or
ner of lot No. 9. thence north SB£° we-t 43 0 10 rods, i
thence south IJ° west 179 8-10 rods to the patent line,
thence south B*4° east 43 6-10 rods to the place of be
ginning. Containing filty acres, be the same more or
TERMS—S2S to he paid on the day of sale, one-half
or the balance on confirmation, and the balance in one
year irom the dale of sale, with interest.
SQUIBE NORTH ROD
Doe. It, 1664. Administrator.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.—By virtue of
an order ot the Orphan's Court o! Bradford conn
ty, the undersigned administrators of the estate of JOS
EPH MILLS, deceased, late of Leßoy twp., will sell on
the prcsises,at public sale, on WEDNESDAY January
18,1865, at 1 o'clock, p. m., the following lot, piece or
parcel of land, situated in Lelioy twp," and no unded as
follows, to wit :
Beginning at a post and stones in the souf h-cust oy
er of Christopher Smith's lot, thence along lot No. 58
outh 2° 13 minutes west S7 rods to a post, in the line
1 Roswell Rogers' lot. thence along the north line of
aid lot north,B7° 47 minutes west 198 1-lu per. to a
emlock in the south-east corner of lot No. 38, thence
long the east line of lot No. 58, 2° 13 minutes east -7 ;
erehes to a post and stones in the south-west corner of
Christopher Smith's lot, thence along aline of said
Smith south 87° 47 minutes east 1215-10 per. to the
north-west corner of the school house lot 19 per. to a
corner, thence along said lot 15 per. ,o a corner, thence
south 10 per. to a corner in the line ol said ClirDtnpher
Smith's land, thence south 87° 47 minutes east (it 9-10;
per to ths place of beginning. Containing 108 acres i
and 32 perches.
TERMS.—S2S to he paid on the day of sale, oue-hali ;
of the balance on confirmation of sale, and the balance,
with interest, in one year thereafter.
Dec- 15,1804 , Administrators.
ORPHAN'S COl RT SALE.—By virtue "1
an order of the Orphan's Court of Bradford comity
the undersigned administrator of the estate ot JAMES
FOSTER, dec'd . late of "Wilmot twp., will .-ell on the I
premises, at public sale, on WEDNESDAY, January Is,
1665, at 1 o'clock, p. in., the following lot, piece or par- :
eel of land, bounded as follow, to wit .
Beginning at the north-east corner of the lot hereby 1
described, being the south-east corner or Geo, Harper ,s
land ; thence south along the public highway 42 per. to
a stake and stones • thence west along the line of Ira
Brown 7GA per. to a post and stones ; thence north j
along said Brown's land 42 per. to said Harper's land ; j
thence along the same east 7<iA per. to the place ol he- I
ginning. Containing 20 acres,"he the same more or less,
all improved, one two story frame dwelling house, ueai- j
ly finished, an old board house, one barn and other out i
buildings, and a quantity ot fruit trees thereon.
TERMS.—S2S to he paid on day of sale, one half of j
the balance on confirmation of sale, and the balance,
with interest, in one year thereafter.
JOSEPH C. BATES,
Dec. 15,1864. Administrator.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE —By virtue of
an order of the Orphan's Court of Bradford'county, j
the undersigned administrator of the estate of ALAXSOX |
MILLER, dec'd., late of Litchfield twp., will sell on |
the premises, at public sale on WEDNESDAY, January ,
18, 1865, at 1 o clock, p. m., the following lot piece or
parcel of land, bounded as follows, to wit :
Beginning at a stake and stones the south-east corner j
of a lot of land owned by B. Keeler ; thenee north 894° i
west 75 6 10 rods to a corner in JacobCampheil jr. .north
line : thence by land of A. Daskum north 1 35-60° east
89 24-00° east 0 rods to a post in fence coiner ; thence
north 1 55-60° east 9 7-Ui rods to aches nut stump, a
corner ot said Daskum's land ; thence 388 5-50° east 26 j
rods to a stake and stones corner of said Daskum's land;
thance by laud of said Daskum and H. D. Kinney, north
1 42-60° east 100 rods to a stake, the north east corner
of II D. Kinney's land ; thence north 2° east 22 4-lu ,
rods to a stake and stones, corner of Samuel Oven-hire's
land ; thence by said Ovcnshire's land south *9° east 42
rods to a post by a large oak tree, tee north-west corner
of B. B. Keeler's land ; thence south west 134 2-10
rods to the place of beginning. Containing thirty-sev- ;
en and three-fourth acres.
TERMS,— $25 to lie paid on the day of sale, one half
of the balance on confirmation of sale, and the balance,
with interest, in one year thereafter.
December 15,1*64 , Administrate#r. j
ORPHAN'S COl RT SALE.— By virtue of
an order of the Orphan's Court of Bradford conn- j
ty, the undersigned Executor of the estate of JAMES
EVANS, dee d , late of Ridgburry twp., will sell on the
premises, at public sale on WEDXFSDAY, January 18,
1865, at 1 o'clock,p. m., the following lot,piece vr par
eel of land, bounded as follows,to wit :
Beginningatitlie north east corner of said lot, (being
also Kinney DeWitt's north-west corner)running thence
south 1° 15 minutes west 132 rods to a beach stake with
stones arround it : thence north 68° 45 minute-, west
62 rods to a corner ; thence north 1° 15 minutes, east
132 rods to a post with stones arround it ; from thence ;
south 88° and 45 minutes, east 62 rods to the place of;
beginnii g. Containing 50 acres, be the same more or
less,nearly all improved, with a framed house alid log
TERMS.—S2S to be paid on day of sale, one-half of
the balance on confirmation of sale, and tiic balance,
with interest, in one year thereafter.
DANIEL A. GILLET,
December. 15,1844. Executor.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.—By virtue of
an ordei of the Orphan's Court of Bradford coun
y. the undersigned administrator of the e-t.ite of HAN
FORD KINNEY, dec'd.. late of Litchfield twp . will sell
on the premises, at public sale, on WEDNESDAY. Jan
uary 18, 1865, at oue o'clock p.m., the following lot,
piece or parcel of land, bounded as follows, to wit :
All that piece, or parcel of land lying and being in
the township ot Litchfield. Beginning at a stake the
south-east corner oi Stephen McKinney's land, thence
by tiic same north 88° 5 minutes west >3 7-10 rods to a
stake corner ; thence south 1° 55 minutes, west 59 6-10 1
rods to a stake in A. Brouson's dec'd., land, north line ;
tliercc south 88° 5 minutes, east 1 7-i() rods to a pine
stump, north-east corner of said Bronson's land ; thence
c:i-t 1° 55 minutes, west 58 9-10 perches to a stake and !
stone, north-west corner of Joc-l Campbell's land; thence •
38.s° 5 minutes, east 83 rods to a stake and stones it the '
west line nf A. Miller's dec'd., land; thence by the
same, and land of S. Ovenshire, north 1° 55 minutes,
east 118 5 10 rods to the beginning. Containing 60 acres
and -1 perches, he the same more or less.
TERMS.—S2S to he paid on the day of sale, one-half
of tiie balance on confirmation of sale, and the balance, j
with interest, in one year from the day of sale.
Z. P. WALKER.
December, 15, 1864. Administrator.
\ DMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
a A is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
t .te ot HENRY A BEXXET late ol Wysox twp. dec'd.
lie requested to make immediate payment, and all
ii .ving claims against said estate will present them
; duly authenticated for settlement. .
RICHARD M. BEXXET,
Dec. 8, 1864. Admin'tor.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice
Ix is hereby given that all persons indebted to the es
tate of GEORGE NICHOLS,Iate of Wysox tp., dec'd, are
requested to make immediate payment, and ali haviug
claims upon said estate will present them duly authenti
cated lor settlement.
Dec. 8, 1864. Administrator.
JFnitcn &ootos, fcc.
tjVWX'Y GOODS &. DRESS A CLOAK
MRS. L. M. TABER,
Informs the Ladies and Citizens, ofTowanda and vicin
ity, lhat she lias opened, at Ihe la'e stand of Miss.
Darling, next door soutli of Patch's Grocery Store, Main
FANCY GOODS STORE,
■ which she will keep well supplied with an assortment
of the most Fashionable Goods to he procured in tiie
! New York market Great care will be taken in select-
I ing to meet tiie wants alike, of the most fashionable, as
of the most plain and economical.
1) RK S S <f CLOAK M A K INC,
iH all its branches will he done by competent and exper
' ieuced persons, on ressonahle terms.
The attention of the public genera'ly is solicited to
ray stockjjofjGoods, and facilities lor m umfuctaring. with
an assurance that no pains will lie spared to deserve and
secure their patronage.
STICKING done on a sew ug machine, to order.—
Also STAMPING neatly done.
Towanda, Dec. 1.1864.
/IALL AT HUMPHREY & CD'S.
And look at the finest assortment of
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
Ever offered fu this market. Also
TOILET SLIPPERS AND RETICULES.
Just the things for Holiday Gifts.
i Dec. 12.
p O W E L L Si C O. ,
Having recently made large additions to their
STO C K () F L A l> IE S' FUR S,
S 11 A W L S, d C. , if C .
Are now prepared to exhibit an attractive stock of
And offer thein'for sale at the
I.JO \V ES T M A R K E T I* R I(' ES. i
They have also just opened
AT PRICES MUCH BELOW THOSE OF
The early part of the season a large stock of
L A D I E S I) R ESS G O O D S,
Which composes a greas variety of
COLORS AND STYLES OF FRENCH MERINOS, ;
! EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPS, PLAIDS,
Ac., Ac., Ac.,
To which special attention is invited.
, December 12,1864.
TO"IXTER GOODS, JUST OPENING,
puns ! FURS ! ! FURS ! ! ! FURS ! ! !!
A NICE ASSORTMENT.
TADIES CLOAKS ! LADIES CLOAKS !
N E WEST ST V L F. S ,
rpovs ! TOYS ! ! TOYS !! ! T<)YS !! !!
SANTA CLAUS, TAKE NOTICE!
The finest assortment of
TOYS IN TO W N
For the coming
HOLT T> A Y S .
TWO DWELLINGS FOR SALS.—The
subscriber offers for sale his Dwelling Houses anil J
forts in Towanda Borough. The House formerly occupied '
by me, on the north-east corner of Main and Franklin
streets ; a framed house, two stories and basement, with i
a well, and in good repair. Will he sold with or without j
the corner lot.
Also, the dwelling house now occupied by me, on the !
noilh-west corner of Second and Franklin streets. It is
a two story house, with basement, and has a barn upon j
the lot, with well and cistern, and an abundant supply ol '
fruit. Terms made satisfactory to the pur. has. r.
Dee. 1,14*4. JAMES McCABB. ,
DESIRABLE HOTEL PROPERTY FOR
SALE.-The Furniture and I .cast of the Ward
House, at Towanda. I'a., are now for s#ie. The House
is lieing thoroughly repaired from garret lo cellar. It
is located at the county seat of the large and flourish
ing county of lira. I ford, and is doing a good lucrative j
business. It is the Stage House for all stages arriving
ut and departing irum the town. The property consists
of everything no cssary for the complete furnishing ot
a first class house, Good Spring Water in the kitchen
laundry and hath room, in fact, everything desirable for
a first rate business stand. To a person desirous of en
tering the business, an excellent opportunity is-now j
offered. POWELL <t SMITH, '
Towanda, Nov, 28, 1864.
JJOU 8 E F0 R BAL E .
A dwelling house standing on the east side of second
street below Elizabeth, in the borough of Towanda, is
offered for sale by the subscriber. The house is pleas
antly located on a large-lot, and is conveniently arranged
for either a large or small family, it has a well of excel
lent, unfailing water near the kitchen door. There is a
good bain and a variety ol bearing fruit trees auu choice
shrubbery upon the lot. Terms can be made easy for
the purchaser. C. K. COBURN.
Nov. 17th 1564,
AR M FOR SAI. E
The subscriber offers for sale a good Grazing Fram,
situated in Terry township near .1. P. Uortou, lay ing
along the main road leading from Terrytown to Albany,
containing 141 aores, about twenty acre unimproved,
with an unfinished frame house and about 90 fruit trees,
a school house and other improvements thereon.
Terms to suit the purchaser. Enquire of G. W. JACK
SON, .Sugar Bun, Bradford county Pa.
Nov. 17 1-64. • tin
| USE AN D LOT FOR S ALE.
The sukscriher offers for sale his House and lot situated
at the mouth of Wyaiusiug creek, with a large building
suitable lor a sture or other business, pleasant ly and con
veniently located, containing about 1 i-8 ol an acre.
Terms to suit ilie purchaser. Enquire of
O. W. JACKSON.
. Sugar Bun, Bradford Co. Pa.
Nov. 17 foul.
JGI AR M S F<> R BAL E .
The subscriber lias TWO GOOD FARMS—one situa
ted about oue mile from Towanda borough, in North
Towanda twp., on the main r oail leading lrom Towanda
to Waverly. All improved, with good house, barn and
out buildings. Also, a choice variety of fruit of ail
kinds. The farm contains .70 acres, and is under a good
state of cultivation.
The other, situate in Ulster twp., contains 280—foO
acres improved—on tlie main road leading from Towan
da to Waverly, about four miles lrom Towanda, with
a large new barn, a house,saw-mill, and other out build
ings. Well watered, leticid Ac. About 30 acres ot
good timber laud. Terms to suit the purchaser.
For further information inuuiteol S. W. Alvobk, at
the Post Office, or on the premises of
North Towanda, Nov. 10. A. E.MENARDI.
T7TLLAGE LOT AND BARN FOR SALE.
T —The sub:-- riber offers for sale his building let in
the borough ot Towanda, situated on Second street, first
I lot above the residence of E. O. Goodrich. A good Barn
| is erected on the lot, and the property is very desirable.
! For terms &c., apply to J. F. Mcxns, or
j Dec. C, 1864. F. E. POST.
; AT TE X T iU X V A R M E I! S !
VALUABLE FARMING AND TIMBER LANDS
The undersigned offer at private sale about 500 acres of
GOOD FARMING LANDS,
in lots to suit purchasers.
These lands are situated between three and four miles
j from the Borough of Towanda, in Asylum township.—
' They are well watered, well located, with deep rich soil.
| Nearly 150 acres are under the plow. The balance is
| with Oak, Pine and Chestnut in quantities sufficient to
pay one half of the purchase money.
| Terms one half Cash or Government Bonds, and bal
j anci iu instalments as may be agreed upon.
ALSO inn ELIGIBLE BUILDING LOTS,
! Situated in the Borough of Towanda. Teims as above.
\ Apply to Mrs. M. A. CASH, Administratrix, or to
GEO. P, CASH. Towanda, Dec. 12,1*04.
PE X X S V L VA N I A R A I L R 0A D.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
MONDAY, October 31, 18(54.— The Passenger Trains
of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company will depart from
llarrisburg, and arrive at Philadelphia and Pittsbarff
as follows :
Through Express Train leaves llarrisburg daily at
2.45 a. in.,and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.55 it. m.
Fast Line leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday) at
8, a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 12.40a. in.
j Passengers take Breakfast at llarrisburg.
j Mail Train leaves llarrisburg daily (except Sundays)
at 1.30 ]>. ra., and arrive at West Philadelphia at 6. 25
[ Pittsburg and Erie Express leaves llarrisburg daily
i (except Sundays) at 11-55 p. m , and arrives at We-'t
Philadelphia at 4.20 a. m.
llarrisburg Accommodation Train, leaves Harrisburg
daily (except Sundays) at 4 p. m.. and arrives at We-'t
Philadelphia at 0.30 p. m. /7iis /m* nocunm -
tio from the 115 st
Columbia Accommodation Train, leaves Harrisburg
i daily (except Sunday) at 7 a. m., and arrives at 1 in
j caster at 0.15 a. m., connecting (except Mondays)
with the Fast Line east.
rittsburgaud Erie Express leaves Harrisburg! daily
(except Sundays) at 12.35 a. m., Altoona 6.50 a.m.
take breakfast, and arrive at Pittsburg at 12.4(1 p. m.
Baltimore Express Train leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
cept Monday) at 2.25a. w.; Altoona, 5.15 a. m., take
breakfast, and arrive at Pittsburg at 1.40 p. m.
Through Express leaves Harrisburg daily at 5.25 a.
in . Altoona at S. 15 a. m., take breakfast, and arrives
at Pittsburg at 2.40 p. m.
I Fast Line leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sundays)
| excepted) at 4 p. m.. Altoona at 0.10 p. m., take sup
j per. and arrives at Pittsburg at 2 a. m.
| Mail Train leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sundays)
i at 1.40 j). m., Altoona at 7 55 p. ni., take supper, and
j arrive at Pitts! urg at 1.30 p. m.
j Mount Joy Accommodation west leaves Lancaster at
' 11,20 a. m., connecting there with the Mail we-t : leaves
i Mount Joy at 11.51 a. in,, and arrives at Harrisburg at
1 p. m.
' The Harrisburg Accommodation Train from Pittsburg
| which arrives at Harrisburg ct 6.30 p. m., stops there,
passengers for East of Harrisburg lay over until 11.55
p.m. SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Supt. Middle Div. Penn'a R. R.
llarrisburg, Oct. 27, lMi4.
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL
ROAD This great line traverses the Northern and
i Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie
on Lake Erie.
It has beeu leased by the Pennsylvania Hail Paul
Company, and is operated by them
Its entire length war opened for passenger and freight
busines, October 17tli, 1804.
Time of Passenger trains at Wiliiamsport .
Through Mail Train, 7:10, P.M.
Klmirn Express Train, 9:50, P.M.
Accomodation 830 A. M.
I Through Mail Train, .. 5:25 A, M.
I Elmira Express Train 7:40 A M.
Accomodation 0:00 P . M .
! Passenger ears run through without charge both ways
between Philadelphia and Erie.
Elegant Sleeping Cars ou Express Trains both ways
i between Wiliiamsport and Baltimore, and Wiliiamsport
' and Philadelphia.
j For information respecting Passenger business apply
j at the S. E. Corner llth and Market streets, Phil'a.
i And for Freight business of the Company's Agents :
j S. ft. Kingston, Jr., Corner 13tli and Market streets,
! Philadelphia ; J. W. Reynolds, Erie ; J. M. Drill, Agent
N. It. It. Baltimore.
H.H.HOUSTON tlen'l Freight Agt. Phil'a.
H. W. tIWINNER, C.enT Ticket Agt. Phil'a.
JOS. D. POTTS,Gen'I Manager, Wiliiamsport.
BOOK-BINDERY.— THE PUBLIC IS
respectfully informed that a Rook-Bindery has been
| established in connection with the Printing Office of
j the " Bradford Reporter," where will be done
' In all its various branches, on terms as reasonable as
| " the timeswill allow. The Bindery will be under
i the charge of
11. C. WHITAKER,
An experienced Binder, and all work will be promptly
| done, in a style and manner which cannot be excelled.
Music. Magazines, Newspapers, Old Rooks, Ac.,
bound in every variety of style. Particular attention
| will be paid to the Ruling and Binding of
j To any desired pattern, which in quality and durability
J will be warranted.
All work will be ready for delivery when promised.
The patronage of the public is solicited, and perfect
Bindecy (after Ist December.) in the front room of
I '• Reporterßuilding, (down stairs,) north side of the
I Public Square, Towanda, Pa. Nov. 16,1804.
IAXECUTORB NOTICE. NOT IC E
I_J is hereby giver, that all persons indebted to the i-s
tateof S. S LATHUOP, late of Orwell, Pa., dee'd, are
requested to make immediate payment.and those having
demands egainst said estate will present them duly au
thenticated for settlement.
ELIJAH J. BACKUS,
Dec. 8, fo4. Executor-.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.- -Notice is here
by given that all persons indebted to the estate of
NANCY T, DECKER, lateoi Springfield twp,, Bradford
County, dee'd. are requested to make payment without
delay and all having claims against said estate are re
quested to present them I'uly authenticated for settle
Nov. 13, fo<s4. Executor
. is hereby given, tiiat all persons indebted to the
estate of BULKLEY TRACY, late of Smithfieid twp.,
dee d, are requested to make immediate payment, and
those having demands against said estate will please pre
sent duly authenticated for settlement.
December 1, 1864. Administrator.
J EXECUTOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice ia liere-
J by given, that all persons indebted tc the estate o!
JOHN T. MORRIS, late ot Pike twp, deceased, are
requested to make payment without delay, and those
having claims against said estate will preesent them
duly authenticated lor settlement.
ABR AM MOORE,
Nov. 17. IBM. Executor.
A DMINXSTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
is hereby given, that all persons indebted to '-he
estate ot JAMES BROWN, late of Litchfield, township,
dee'd, are requested to mako immediate payment, and
those having dames against said estate will present them
duly authenticated lor settlement.
SAMUEL P. WOI.COTT,
Nov. 1-7. foiij. Administrator
tIXECUTOR'S NOTlCE—Notice is here-
JLjby given, that ali persons indebted to the estate of
TIMOTHY CASE late of Troy, deceased are request
ed to make immediate payment, und those having
demands against said estate will please pr.-.-c-ut duly
authenticated for settlement.
November 29, fo'if. Executor-.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE —Notice is here
by given, that all persons indebted to the estate ol
JAMES B. BoL'THKß.iate.ol are re
questad to make immediate payment, and those having
demands against said estate will please present duly
aut .enticated for settlement.
November 29, 1804. Execntor.
\ DMINISTRATOR'SNOTICE. Letters
■/ "f administration o! the goods, chattels. Ac. ol
JEiIIAL McKEAN. late of Burlington twp., deceased,
have been Issued to the subscriber. All persons indebt
ed to - id estate are requested to make payment, and aii
person- having demands -gainst the same are notified to
I ic-eut the same lor settlement to the subscriber.
JOHN A. CODDING,
Dec. 20,1864. Adm'r.
\ DMINXSTRATOR'S NOTlCE—Notice
il i- hereby given that all persons indebted to the e
tate of S.J.GIBSON, late of Sheshequin, deceased
arc requested to make payment, without delay
and this-1- having claims against said estate must prc.-e
them duly authenticated for settlement.
S. W. PARK.
Nov. 20,1864. Administrator
A DMINISTRATOR'SNOTICE —Notic.-
XA is hereby given tiiat all personsindt '.ted to thee
tate of WILLIAM IL. SEXTON, late ot Orwell twp..
dee'd., are requested to make immediate payment, and
all having claims against said estate, must pr'-cnt
them duly authenticated for settlement.
MATILDA E. SEXTON,
Nov. 28, 1864. Administrators.
t> T A T E M E N T 0 F T II E A M O U N T,
kJ description and valuation of Ileal and Personal Pro
perty, Trades, Professions and Occupations Offices
and Posts ii Profit, Money at Intere-t, Notes, Judgments,
, Mortgages, Gold Lever, Silver Lever and Guld and Sil
ver Wat'-hes, v hied at over 120, Ac., as returned by the
several A -essors for the County of Bradford for A. D.
% ~ | f: r
7- Armenia.-.. 18060 29311... -|....|
214 Asylum 93626 12909 400 80 .. 2i 1
144 Athens Bu' 11191 1 11730 .... 67.7 .. 12 ...
417 Athens twp. 7376-: 236 .-23117 ...3 1.
261 .Albany. .. 60285 8210 1496 330.. 3...
4.7 Alba Biro'.. -442 130.7 206 . .. 2 12
222 Burli'tpn i. 94-16 lfoSO 36.7 276 .. 2 ...
62 '• b'uo 1-7. ' 30-j 2306 l6u 1 4 3
200 • west 71466* 127.70 2:fou 476.. 2 .7
338 Canton Twp 1 176.7. 17.713 306 477 1 1 2
111 Canton Bor.' 26636. 3.-30 117" 166. 6 l'J
233 Columbia. . 175216 19716 4326 12-3 1 2 6
202 Franklin . 56.103 11299 50 420
222 Granville... 16-2 G 14600 3.76s 115 3 5
3S$ derrick.... G-fl ' 13-64 1650 275 2
214 Leßoy i"-09i 11678
22 Liti-hfield. 111437 1- 26 1500 205
63 Leßaysville. 17-42 3486 3630 230j 2 21 2
198[Monroe Twp 81379 10335] 650 570
54 Monroe lb-rii 1.740 1672 200 225 1
313 Orwell 145666 16751 1125 240;.. 1 ...
75 Overton.... 22627 365- ...
37s Pike 1691 V. 26474 2260. 825 . 1 2
afo Bidgbury.. 122421 16477 4350 4.70 .. 4 5
225 lfouio Twp..; 95538] 112901.. ..1 "...
58 Rome Boro". 10191 2540 ....
429.Smithlield 199725 26692 5715 760 .. 1 ...
366 Springfield.. 17 .7m. .'2155 2506 24.7 .. ... ...
161 south Civek . -15,5
4!) Sylvania... 1-173 1900 266
31.7 Shv-hequiu . 171142 18685 5706 755 .. 2 2
191 Standing S. >2495 14373 1420 430 .. 2 7
227 Terry 57246 -961 400 796 .. 1 4
115 Towanda T. Sij-'r:: 67-i 26,70 275 .. 2 ...
298jTpwanda B. 196307 20635 7606 426 3 3] 3
95 Towanda N. i;2o4Q 5734 2.700 266 2
366 troy Twp 193167 2-1734 20.76 715 6
208, Troy Boro'. 77325 13701- 6400 665 .. 31 20
219 Tuscarora .. 775-i 12655 j... I
211 Ulster.,. .. 103967 lfoOO 192 350 .. 3.. •
340 Warren ' 158138 19358 1700 145 .. 2 ...
23-s Windham,.. 132163 21777 lli-'.'u 815 . . 1 2
306 Wyaiusiug.. 132430 22836 8230 1477 2 6 3
23 s Wysox .... 16-720 18.144 4300 750.. 5 2
229 Will- 111-Mil 14858 4100 56.. .. ..
208 Wilmut ..... 64094' 100301.
Offices and Posts of Profit over S2OO, State tax 2 per
cent, Towanda l-oro* 1600.
Trades, professions occupations over 9200, State tax 1
per cent, Athens boro" 150 ; Towanda boro' 2400 ; Troy
boro' 950 ; Wysox 300.
BR kDFORD COUNIY.BS. '
We the undersigned Commissioners of said County do
hereby certify the above to he a true and correct state
. inent of the returns made by the several Assessors ol
Bradford Cunty. ior the year 1-65. And we also give
not'ee that we will met * at the Commissioner's Office in
Towanda, on Tuesday, the 27th of December, f064. for
purpose of revising an 1 * equalizing-tid A— cssmeut.
Given under our hands and "filial seal at Towanda
i this 6tli day ol December, 1864.
W. B. DODGE.
Attest, E. B.COOLBAUGII,CIerk.
I DM IXISTRA TOR'S NOTICE —Notice
I is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the
estate of JOSEPH (JUICK, late of Smithtield townshp.
deceased, are requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims against said estate will present
them duly authenticated lor settlement.
Oct. 13. 18tl4. Administrator.
EpXl'ri I'TOT. > NO TICE —Nc'ic-e i> !,< r
-4 by given, t! at all persons indebted to the estate of
Sewell S Lathi op, late of Orwell Township, deceased
are requested to make immediate payment, and those
having demands against said estate will please present
duly authenticated for settlement.
JOHN W GRIFFIN,
Dec. 13. ISM. Executors.
NOTICE. -Notice is bere-
J by given, that all persons indebted to the
estate ofJKI enezer Horton, late of Albany, township,
1 deceased, are hereby requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims against said estate
will present them duly authenticated for settlement.
Dec. 13, 1864. Executors
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.— In the matter of
the estate of Lyman Wane Ire, late of Pike lirp.,
defeased. Elmira Iliukestee .widotr and a inmisiratri
The undersigned, an Auditor, appointed by the Or
' phan's Court of Bradford County, t-> dispose of excep
tions to the appraisement and valuation of property to
the said widow and administratrix, will attend to the
duties of his appointment at his office in the ! orough of
! Towanda, on FRIDAY, the 13th day ot JAXUARS A.
D.,1865, at 10 o'clock, a.m.. when" and where ail per
sons interested are required t<s attend.
W. A. PECK.
Dec. 9. Iso 4. •_ Auditor.
AD MINISTRAT()R S Noire E—Notice
is hereby given that all persons indebted to times
tate of ISAAC MIDAUGH late of Wyalusing, deed,
are requested to make immediate paj ment,and ali having
claims against said estate must present them duly au
thenticated for settlement
JOHN F. CHAMBERLAIN,
A~ I)MINIS'HIATOIUS NOTlCE—Notice
is hereby given. that all persons indebted to the es
I tate ol JOSEPH FARR. late of Ridgbuiy, twp. la. ,
dee'd., are requested to make immediate payment, anu
those having claims against said estate must present them
duly authenticated for settlement. VINCENT
! Oct. 13, 1864. Administrator.