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J NT AJ- AND GENERAL.
OJF Republican ('ouxtv Convention.—
.i.ij,.;,,! Comity Convention have appoin
•.\,-mg Committees of Vigilance, whose
'■ ~ lil meetings of the electors on Satur
-1-55 between the hours of 5 anil 7 p
• .' /purpose of electing two delegates to
i ' u district in tlie County Convention
I ' ;ll Towamla. Monday evening, Sept 7,
]sv order of the Committee.
John 15. Hixes, Chairman.
..MiTTI O OF \ I(.I i.i.Nc it.
David Palmer, C S Wilson, D W C
Carter, D S .Uexauder, J Vauloon.
> Oveushier jr., I) Gardner, A Suell jr.
S 15 lloyt, L White, 1' N Page.
| x t'i use, J 1) Morgan, John Becker.
~ x liiibert, £ 11 Belong, 11 J Moody,
i 11 lltll. 1 Waters, J Nichols.
I ~ >t i Taylor, G W Shattuck, Thomas
"burn' M Long, £ Everette, It Morley.
1 |. lk'thwell, G C .Spalding, W S Jayue.
• .( \\ Vandyke, Lit Morse, £ Newman.
1' p i'eckhaiu, G Taylor, G Tracy.
1 ii h. iiogg, C Stevens, J Plitirnham.
n Luuyou, M Ayers, E Bailey.
1 £ t irr. 11 W Camp, Gyrus Fuller.
,H .. tub, J Walters, Dr Wm Wilcox.
1 .1 i; Whe.iton, \S 11 Spencer, Cyrus
I . ', lK i
- S Gorliam, G W Brink, Dr. Dewitt.
11 Swt et, E Horton, 4 Smiley.
L L.ackmau, H G Tracy, S S Hinman.
,i Hcverly, li K Kieharil, L Heverly.
r M l'anvr, M Taylor, E B Powell. "
. i;, yno Ids, J M Junes, \\ Hutchinson.
]. 1 Luck, G It Mead, M D lleiinan.
A .Moody. £ Barnes, John G Towner.
L £ Moody, O £ Young, J Passniore.
ai £ P Shaw, G Smith, £ L Post,
p. i i £ Wood, S Tracy, Walter Scott.
... -cP Harknvss, BK Adams, T Wilder.
, K J j Gillette, D p Hildreth, L Berk.
I , __d Furinan, P Monroe, 1" Furman.
I stout— w Gnffis, 11 W Tracy G A Wood,
t 8 Th imas, £ Keddington, It Stiles.
| G 1. Peek. 11 S Leonard, C Corbin.
i L D Bowman, B Davidson, II L
W 11 II Gore, D G Dayton, C D
I J N Culiff, A Mead, W A Sluyter.
II fay lor, W Goburu, N J Cogswell.
I ii terry, Jil Horton, J Terry.
t\V;, ker. il Shaw, J S Patterson.
A -V * man, N Young, jr., W F Corbin.
I V Mr hi e. J Newman, B KuykendalL
| . . it VI "-in pard, A Young.
I i' Ingham, 1) Alirams, G S Stowell.
I . 4 Pee, £ Hornet, T J Laeey.
j a Lent, t G Shores, John Tuttle.
S Academy, A. A. Keenly, Priitci
iiii commences August 21st 18(i5. Lo
terms moderate, course thorough.
I D. Chaffee, Pres., Almou Fuller, L.
I • at. ■. . iv. Ingham, Charles Gamp, Gyrus
I Homer Camp,
1' ■ it.i tin nf 11 in post office nt Leon
ii this County, is changed to "Leoua,"
| in T. Daly appointed ]iost-master in place
t ilubliard, deeeaseil.
\ xski t Boys will give a Concert, at
i hin h. Mwrsburg, on Saturday even
; , tL- Leuelit of the Church.
To he sold at once, a house and
t t bargain offered.
John N. Califf,
i via. i >55. Office over News Boom.
The neir'li!). irhood of Tuscarora creek
5 a-u-i u part of the township of that name,
I .but. i its share to swell the armies of the
I 1.1 has its e..rrespomling share of sorrow,
j • : a!. - viz: T. D. Hall, G. C. Culver,
t '.i.itr i b..vi ouch lost two noble boys in
| Tl ".-t of the following notice,
| .Mit - n. 1 Lemuel and Loisa Warner,
■ " I" - i iinl was in the battles of Cedar
K li .j'i ainmiick, Thoroughfare Gap, 2d
■ .1 there was taken prisoner and held
I • t - and pariiled. After his return to
I a., in took active part in the battles of
I Pri .k ricksburg, Gettysburg, battle
n: Spotsylvania, and all those fear-
I - from May lbthto August 19th at which
a- taken prisoner anil taken to Belle
I -re lu mot his brother Charles Warner,
f i then • lie was taken barefooted and in a
| lition to the Salsbury Prison, that ae
i j . and there Charles died, and amid
1 rid and facts to fearful to relate, re
l atii Fib. 20th, 1865, when he was paroled,
i i ing skeleton he made his way to his
I I uscarora, there to relate some of his
t - although he declared that all could not
: . linger and to die, giving tis the evidence
.tiering and destitution that calls so loud
I . . He died May 25th, 1805, aged 22
- nths and 25 days.
p- 1 \V 11. Thompson will open a Select
t i. Herrick at Camp's School House, on
f August 11th, 1865. Board convenient at
[ -2,00 per week. Terms, common Eu
| .t.ibxs, from $ll,OO to $3,50, higher, sl, to
g . j.k.—We liave some particu
'.-t a tivo gale which passed over the
| - ■' -Vk ii. on the Cowanesque river, iu this
|•' : - s t Friday night. The hurricane came
■ river, destroying nearly everything in its
a utted the covered bridge across the
it omf upward into the river. Mr.
I' -i"• • buildings unroofed. Seeley'sho
-- -- d.-stroyed, and one house was
'• li itig int.. the river. So violent was
J vi wry brvakable thing in some dwell
n d.iwu was damaged. In one case
•wn int. i the face of the hiily of
I utting her severely. — Weßsbo it>* AgOa*
—Otic tnilliiHt feet of pine, hem
. •. ii. birch, juaple and wliitewood
g. t. In- delivered at Wilkes-Barre
- -iuiu< r anil coming Fall, for which a
■ paid. Also, a large amount
ring. Address J. E. Patterson A
I-- Greene, Luzerne Co., Pa., until Aug.
• 3 r which orders will be received at
' .ire, Pa. June s—3m.
I ' u . k Book. —Hon Henry J. Ray
r of th. Xi ir York Thues, is prejiaring
! -' Public services of Abraham Lin
. ; :i I'resident of the United States,
i his State Papers, including his
'ln —vs. Messages, Letters and l'ro
■ "'■-!> a history of the tragical and
■"<•11. - connected with the close of his
Mul lite, tu which is to be added
1 .-rsonal reminiscences of Lincoln,
1. ' "' p. titer, the artist, alio whilepaint
"' Hv House, enjoyed for six months
■ -nr. ctrse with our late President
R n- prepared from authorized and au
"• •■ 1 ;• Mr. Raymond, will be the most
•• ! altndilv history of Mr. Lincoln and
L ~.,' hronicle of the acts of the Ad
• hicu can be had. Mr. Raymond
j ' undoubted ability advantages for
' tu at. rials for his work possessed by
' 1' I'-iished by subscription by Derby
1 "f-<£, New York, at $3,50 for cloth,
K L..."/ r '" ndin 8- 1 DWHuohes of this
'■ _ , u j. " appointed agent for this borough,
- owauda, Smithfield. Burlington,
I,ikftt0 WBships,and wiU receive
' tLv S 4 l ' lIJ a^ove ru ius. He has already
Lames ol many of our citueus.
To CORRESPONDENTS —lf " Can! l'ember
berton jr.," will submit his MS. to our examina
tion, we can answer his interrogations.
GEO W. COON & Co., continue to attract
and please customers by the style of their goods,
their cheapness and durability. They are paying
especial attention to the outward man, and do not
fail to suit every one who calls upon them.
ftaS"' lite I'ire Department of Towandu
Boro will parade on Thursday, August 10th 18(55,
at 6 o clock pm. A full attendance of members is
desired. By order of H. B. MCKEAN, Chief Emj.
A P ERFECT \V ATCH is the American
Watch, which the reader will had by consulting
our advertising columns, is offered for sale by
THOMAS JOHNSON, 28 Lake St., Elniira N. Y., put
up in a variety of styles, both of movement and
ease, and varying in prices from S2O, to $lO, com
plete and a warrentee given of perfect time for five
years. Mr. JOHNSON informs us that the best evi
dence of the universal popularity of the watches,
alter being before tae public for ten years, is that
since the Ist of January inst, 1805, he has sold
over $20,000 worth of them. We predict, with
present prospects, that our Yankee tuition will, be
fore ten years more roll 'round, become completely
Americanized in the matter of American Watches.
TEACHERS' INSTITUTES.— The County Teach
ers' Institutes will be held as follows : Sheshe
tpiin, Monday, Sept. 4; Leltaysville, Sept. 11 ;
Leonard Hollow, Sept. 18 ; Canton, Sept, 25 ;
Spring Hill, Oct. 2. They will commence on Mon
day at 2 o'clock p. m., and close Friday noon.
Every teacher in the county is expected to attend
during the entire session of one or more of there
Institutes, prepared to enter heartily into the work
of making them interesting and profitable. School
Directors, Clergymen and citizens generally, are
earnestly invited to favor us with their presence
and aid. O. J. CHUBBUCK, CO Supt..
THE DEAD AT ANDERSONVILLK. —The Sur
geon General of this .State has published a list of
Pennsylvania soldiers (prisoners of war) who died
at the military prison at Andersouville, Georgia,
from February 26th 1864, to March 24th 1865.
This list has been carefully taken from the origi
nal which was copied from the record of the pris
on, by CHARLES LONG, Hospital Steward, l()3il Pa.,
Vol., and is believed to be accurate and reliable.
This list can be examined at the Prothonotary's
Office, or at the office of JOHN W. MIX, in this
THE ALBA OIL WELL. —We feel very grate
ful to Superintendent Foster for the tender of his
splendid establishment for our use, for visiting the
above named well on Wednesday last, a treat very
much enjoyed, and a kindness highly appreciated
by us. For though we cannot afford a coach and
livery, we are nevertheless endow.-d with'a faculty
l'or appreciating such luxuries. This Well is sit
uated about a mile south of Alba Boro' on the
Widow Gosper's farm, in a gorge running East and
West, and about twenty roils from the highway.
Although the surface indications are not as great
as we have seen, we consider the location a very
favorable one and quite likely to prove a success.
They have now about thirty feet of pipe down, and
the work progressing finely. In fact we don't see
how it could well be otherwise under the able di
rection of Messrs. FOSTER and SHEPAKD who are
now the managing hands at Alba. They have al
ready passed through the natural or earth strata
and are now in a strata of sand and gravel through
which it is very difficult to force the huge pipe,
and it was thought necessary, as well as expedi
ent to resort to the slower process of drilling.—
After seeing the several different instruments put
into successful operation, we took our leave some
what favorably impressed with " ile " and highly
gratified with the attention shown ns by Messrs.
F. A S. and the gentlemanly engineer, Mr. Mc-
Nanght— Troy Times.
ED REPORTER :—Allow me the use of your
columns to make a correction. In the official de
partment of the July No. of the Penu. .School Jour
nal, is a table of statistics of County Superinten
dent's labors from January 1864, to June 1865,
compiled from their monthly reports. In this ta
ble the items of the July report from Bradford, are
omitted. The aggregates, correct, stands thus:
Number of Public examinations 48. Special and
private, 32. Teachers examined, 633. Provisional
certificates issued, 572. Permanent certificates is
sued, 7. Number of Schools visited, 351. Num
ber of Institutes attended, 16. Other Educational
meetings attended, 13. Number of days spent in
official duties, 333. Number of miles traveled,
3859. Number of official letters written, 402.
Since the publication of the table, I have been in
formed by the State Superintendent, that the re
port for the month referred to, is not on file in the
Department. This omission is thus rectified by
his request. O. J. CHUBBUCK, GO Eupt.
CELEBRATION. —The recent Anniverssarv
of American independence was celebrated at Ter
ry town, by a large concourse of soldiers and cit
izens of Terry and the adjoining townships. The
exercises were held in the Tabernacle, which was
beautifully decorated with evergreens, flowers and
banners ; and an Independence Tree in full bloom
bearing upon its summit Abraham Lincoln and i
Freedoms starry emblen, was placed in front of the
A very earnest and appropriate prayer was offered
by Elder A. Park, of Wyoming County. The Dec
laration of Independence was read by Rev. D.
Craft. An eloquent and patriotic oration was then
delivered by P. D. Morrow, Est}., at the close of
which he spoke feelingly of the brave soldiers from
this part of the country who had freely sacrificed
their lives for their country, and then read Gen.
Madill's letter giving a most tender and thrilling
statement of the death of Col. G. 11. WATKTNS. —
The house was filled to its utmost capacity, and
whilst the speaker was reading the letter, a most
perfect stilluess prevailed, every eye was fixed up
on lnm, a dec]) sensation ran over the whole house,
every heart was touched, many an eye was suffused
with tears, and 110 one was more deeply affected
than the speaker himself. After silence of a few
minutes, the animating and soul-stiring sound of
martial music called for the people, and a proces
sion, the soldiers and their families, some three
hundred in number, in front, was formed and
marched with waving flags and banners, under the
direction of Col. J. H. Hortou and Cupt. I'. Miller,
both mounted, to the Terry town Public School
House, where, at the instance of Major Terry,
Messrs, David and Bowman, had prepared a splen
did dinner for the soldiers and their families. Ta
bles for seating about two hundred and fifty per
sons at a time were set and arranged in fine order,
and they were furnished and loaded with precisely
such well selected and well cooked dishes as would
do honor to the occasion, and be honored by the
brave soldiers and their families who were to par
take of them. Not one step was left untaken that
was needed to make this festive occasion one of
rich present enjoyment, and one long to be re
membered. The dining commenced at Ip. m. and
continued till near 6 o'clock, when all, ten or
twelve hundred, had been served, and still the
supply was far from being exhausted.
It is worthy of note that though the hotel was
thronged from quite early in the day till night,
rarely a drunken man was seen ; and never was a
public social reunion better enjoyed, or more good
feeling exhibited than on this occasion. It was all
well. It should be so. It could not be otherwise,
for all seemed to realize that we were having not
only the anniversary of July '76, but also richly
jubilant over our recent national diseuthrallment,
recuperation, regeneration, and the re-establish
ment of our glorious Union upon imperishable ba
sis of ALL MEN EQUAL BEFORE THE LAW. E.
; ATRIAL LIST FOR SEPTEMBER TERM,
I JL Commencing .Sept. 11, 18(55.
| Orrin P. Ballard vs. Treat Shoemaker, ejectment.
I Edgar Buel vs. H. K. Stevens appeal.
Daniel M< Duffee vs. N. B. Canal Co . damages.
| Chus. Btockwell vs. Solomon Lindtey appeal.
I same vs. Easou Pepper do.
| Shipman & Wells vs. Rogers Fowler debt,
Am. Sale In. 4( Trust Co.vs. 11. W. Patrick aci fcunort.
same vs. Chas. F Weils, jr do.
5Vm. M. Watts vs. Ferdinand Allen „.acc't render.
A. B. smith vs. Sam i helium, 2d et.al ejectment.
Benj. Bennett vs. Joint W.Sweet do.
Wm. Feet's use vs. S. 11. Canlield et. al debt.
H. A. Hood vs. Shipuian A Wells do.
F. N. Page vs. J. p. Blood do.
D. M Osborne vs. B. M. Wells et. a! do.
| J. P. Blood's use vs. I). M. Osborne et. ai for att.
j Alansou B Smith vs. Win. it. Storrs et. al trespass.
Clarkson & Nichols vs. Meylert A Watd Debt.
I S. Green vs. S. H. A 11. H. Filch appeal.
Amos St ruble et. al. vs Levi Anderson, el. a1... ejeo t.
W. H. Tyler's adtn'r vs. Meylert A Ward debt.
; B. Baker vs. L. 1). Sweet ejectment.
S Lewis Havens vs. C. L. Ward debt.
Lydia Munson vs. Amos Baker issue.
Chas. Knapp vs. John F. Long A Co trespass.
Clark A Baker vs. Abraham Steers et. al debt.
D. C. Dibble vs. David 15. Palmer ejectment.
Jnuies H. Sawyer vs. Alonzo Long case.
John Bortz vs.Pomeroy Bios trespass.
Pomeroy Bros. vt. J. S. Suiead appeal.
J.E. Westbrook vs. D. H. Sweeney do.
H. B. Willieim vs.W. A Orange Schrader case.
1' illy Cliilsun vs. J. W. Sweet replevin.
Addison Fuller vs. Schuyler (lutes appeal.
Geo. A. Holdeu vs. J. \V. Sweet ejectment.
N. C. Elsbree vs. S. (1. Hathaway do.
C. Shumway's ex r vs. W. A J. ll'. I!a trowel iff.. trespass.
M. M. Coolbaugh vs. I). B Bartlett appeal,
David Barber vs. John C. Adams case.
Chas. Phillip's adtn'r vs. Maty ftoliston issue.
N.C. R. R. Co. vs. Jantes B. Adams trespass
Saiu'l Hyatt et. al. vs. T. S, Elliott et. al do.
BRADEORe COUNTY SS :
Subpicuas tor second week returnable Monday, Sept.
4, 18(15, lor third week, Monday, Sept. 11, at In o'clock
a. in. h. O. GOODRICH,
Aug. 8, 1885. l'rothonotary.
yj HER I EE'S SALES.—By virtue of a writ
0 ol Fi. Fa. issued out of the t ourt of Common Pleas
01 Bradford county, to me directed and d bvired.will be
exposed to public sale at the Court House in the Btiro'
of Totvanda, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, IM>5, at oie
o'clock,p. at., the following described lot situate in the
twp. of llidgebury, and hounded as follows, to wit ;
North by lands of John Collins, east and south and
west by lauds ot Thomas Donahue. Containing one
acre of land more or less, all improved with a trained
shanty aud young fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken into execution at the suit oi Harrison
Holdrige vs Cornelius oriscr.ll.
ALSO- The following described lot piece or parcel ol
land situate in the borough of Athens, and nouuded as
follows, to wit : North by land ot Mrs. McGeorge, east
by tile Bunk lot, (so called) south by North St.,aud west
by land of Michael O'Brien, known as lots No. 75 and 7(5
on plot and survey made by Orson Rickey for Hon. D.
Herrick. Containing about oiie-tourth acre more or less
all improved, with a framed house and small framed
Seized and taken into execution at the suit of N. C.
Harris to use of a Lewis vs. H. McKiuuey. 2d, and John
ALSO—The following described iot, piece or parcel of
land situate in the twp. of Warren, and bounded us bil
lows, to wit : North by land ot John Beard-ley, east by
land ol Jerry King, south by land of David Congdon and
west by laud ot S. N. Congdon. Containing 55 acres ol i
land, more or less, about 45 acres improved, with one'
framed barn and a tew Iruit trees thereon.
"Seized and taken into execution at the suit of O. M.
N'eilly lo use ol L. M. Neilly vs. i'eleg Congdon.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or parcel ol
land situate iu t'le twp. ol Troy, and l-ounded as 1 Allows
to wit : North by lands ol Samuel Thomas, east by the
public highway, south by Ibe William-port A Klmira
railroad and west by land ot D. R. Mauley. Containing
about one acre ol laud, all improved, with one trained
house, one trained haul and a lew Iruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken into execution at the suit, of Chester
Thomas vs. /.era It. Stevens.
A LSl)—The billowing da-cribed lot, piece or parcel ot [
land situate in the twp. of i erry, and bounded as follows i
to wit : Beginning at a po-t and stones south-east corner
ol Melviu Carson s lot, the .ce west 40 rods to post and
stones, thence south 40 rod- to post and stones, thence '
east 40 rods to post and stones, thence north 40 rods to
post and stones, the place ol beginning. Containing 10 !
acres ot land, more or less, about one acre improved i
with a tew Iruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken into execution at the suit of Peter '
Steriger to use ot J. P. Horton v-. AH. Covey.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or parcel of !
land situate iu tlie twp. of Terry or Wilinot, aud bound
ed as tollows.to wit . Beginning at a stone heap,thence
south 24° west 186 per. to a stone heap iu Wistor line,
thence south N7J° east (i per. to a stone heap, thence
north 24° east 240 per. to a stone heap, and thence north
87$° west 100 per. to the place of beginning. Contain
iu"l34 acres ami 36 per., more or less, about 40 acres
improved with a log house thereon.
Seized and taken into execution at the suit of J. P.
Horton vs. L. W. A A. H. Covey.
ALSO—By virtue ufa writ of t end. Ex., the lollow- j
ing described lot. piece or parcel of land situate in the
Borough of Canton, and bounded as follows, to wit :
North by landsof A. Doty and E. \V. Calwell, ea.-t and
south by lands of Robt. Turner, and west by public
highway. Containing one-eighth of an acre more or
less, all improved, with a framed dwelling liouee, train
ed barn, and a few fruit trees thereon.
AI.2SO —One otber piece or parcel of lainl situate in
said borough ot Canton, bounded as follows, to wit :
North and west by lands belonging to the Central Hotel
lot, east by lands of John Vandyke, and south by To
wamla street, being 52 feet front, and S7 feet back. Con
taining 2144 square feet, more or less, al! improved,with
one framed shoe shop thereon.
Seized and taken into execution at the suit of County
of Bradford vs. J. G. Scudder. J. W. Griffin and Abner
ALSO—The following described lot. piece or parcel of
land situate in the twp. of Wyalusing. and bounded as
follows, to wit : Beginning at a stake on the line ot
Lydia P. Thomson's land, near the Creek road, thence
along said road north 77* west 4 2 10 per. to a slake tor
a corner on a lane, thence north 12° east along said lane
16 per. to a stake, thence south 77° east 3 per. to a post
on 1 lie line of Lydia P. Thomson, thence iffong said line
south 7i° west 1(1 per. to the place of beginning. Con
tniniDg 56 6-10 perches be the same more or less, all
improved, frame house, small framed barn, and a few
fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken into execution at the suit of A.Lewis
to use of Quackenbush A Co. vs. Mahlon Griffis.
A I.SO—The lollowiug described lot, piece or parcel of
land situate in Towanda twp., and hounded as follows,
to wit.- On tl.e north by land of Henry Jones, east by
lands of Cornelius Moore, and on the south and west by
lands of Philander Ward. Containing 12 acres of land
more or less, about 8 acres improved, with one small
piauk dwelling house thereon.
Seized and taken into execution at the suit of Cornel
ius Moore vs. Andrew Bishop and Mary Ann Bishop, his
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or parcel of
laud situate in llietwp. of Athens, and hounded as fol
lows, to wit : North by laud of Ira I'ugii, east by lands
ot John VunWert and George Weller, south by lands of
Francis Morley and Win. Underwood, and west by land
ot C. F. Wells. Containing 41 and .j ai res more or less,
about :10 acres improved, with two log houses and a few
fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken into execution at the suit of Page &
Bristol vs. Warren J. King.
J. MONROE SMITH,
Aug. 8, 1865. Sheriff.
APPLICATION IN DIVORCE. —ToBmce
Sttvens. —No. 122 Feb. Term, lsti.7. Youare here
by notified th it Hettie (I. Stevens, by Iter next triend
Pierson Brace, your wife, has applied to the Court of
Common l'leas ol Bradford County, for a divorce from
the tsiuds of matrimony, and the said Court has appoint
ed Monday, September 4th, 1865. at two o'clock p.m..
at the Court House in Tuwauila, lor bearing the said
Hettie 0. Stevens iu the premises at which time and
place you can attend if you think proper.
J. MONROE SMITH,
Towanda, Aug 10, 1865. Sheriff.
4 PPLICATION IN DIVORCE.— To An-
ATJL i/rtic A. Foster. —No. 127 M y Tirm.lSGJ. You
aie hereby notified that Ellen Foster, by her next friend
Harvey liaon, your wile, has applied to the Court of
Common Pleas ol Rradlord County for a divorce from
the bonds ol matrimony .aud the said Couit has appoint
ed Monday, September 4th, 186.7, at two o'clock p. in.,at
Ihe.Court House in Towanda, for hearing the said Ellen
foster in the premises at which lime aud place you can
attend if you think proper.
J. M. SMITH,
Ang. 10,1865. Sheriff.
APPLICATION IN DIVORCE.— TO E.
11. 11:11 No. 122 Sept. Term, 1*64. You are
hereby uotitied that O. C Ilill, your wife, has applied to
the Court ol Common l'ieas ol Bradford County lor a
divorce from the bonds ol uiatrimony.and the said Court
has appointed Monday, September lib, 1865, at two o'-
clock p. m., at the Court House iu Towanda,for hearing
the said O. C. Hill iu the premises at which time and
place you can attend if you think proper.
Aug. In. 1865. Sheriff'.
A PPLICATION IN DIVORCE.— To I >or,s
i v 1). Brf.rsttr.~So. 218 Sept. Term, 18ti4. You
are hereby notified that Ruth A. Brewster, by her next
Iriend Joseph P. Hine, your wife, h is applied to the
Court of Common Picas o! Bradford County for a di
vorce from the bonds ol matrimony, and the said Court
lias appointed Monday, September 4th, 1865, at two o'-
clock p. m., at the Court House in Towanda, lor hearing
tiie said Ruth A. Brewster in the premises at which
time aud place yon can attend if you think proper.
Aug. 10, 186.7. Sheriff.
IASTRAY.—Caine into the enclosure ol' the
Li subscriber on the 23d inst., a two or three years old
Heater, dark red with white on the belly and end ol
tail. The owner is requested to come forward, prove
property, pay charges, and take her away.
Orwell, July 27, 1865. OWEN WRIGHT.
\ DMINISTRATOR'SNOTICE Notice
J.A. is hereby given that all persons indebted to thces
tate ol V. N. BOARDMAN, late of Windham dee'd, are
requested to make immediate payment, aud all having
claims upon said estate will present them duly authenti
cated lor settlement.
Aug. 10, 1865. Administratrix.
is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the
estate of P. D.GREGG, dee'd, late of Towandat wp, are
requested to make immediate payment, and those hav
ing demands against said estate will present them duly
authenticated tor settlement.
Aug. 3, 1865, Administrator.
O EA-M A X .V <) YV E N !
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
HOME, HENN A.
Keep constantly on ii.mil a choice assortment of
! TEAS, COFFEE,
SUGAR, MOLASSES. Ac. Ac.,
Which will he sold at lowest prices for cash.
The highest market price paid for Country Produce.
A share of public patronage desired,
Home. Aug. 3. 1865.
/v\-ll PAID FOR WOOL, AND ALL
\J kinds ot Produce by
j June 22, 1865. W. A. ROCKWELL.
DEACHES! PEACHES!! PEACHES!!!
The uudersigi ed will soon have a large quantity ol
i choice canned Peaches, Ire-h from Delaware .with which
he would like to supply the people of Towanda aud va
■ ciuity.as lar as he can. The Peaches are put up with
great care, and Mill keep years, unless useil before. Or
ders received at the Book Store.
July 24. 1865. A. F. COWLBB.
(CAPTION. —Whereas, my wife JOHANNA,
/ has left toy bed and board without just cause or
provocation, all persons are hereby cautioned agaiust
i harboring or trusting her on my account, as i shall pay
no debts of her contiacting. MICHAEL CROAK,
i Asylum. July 24, 1805 lit
L. A N D 11 US , Ltcemed Ain-lioiu'i-r,
Li* Canton, Uradtord county, Pa., having had much
experience, offers his services to the public. Address
by letter or otherwise.
Canton, July Is. 1805.
T?AGLE HOTEL IN TOWANDA,
Location, on the south side ot the Square, by the l'resby
terian ('hutch. Apply to W. A. PECK, office, Union
Block, north side of Square. May Is, 18(15.
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JYJ A lis JI AL L B 110 TII E K S
Wish to call the attention of the public to their new
FA KM INO IMPLLMENTS,
BLACK SMITHS' TOOLS,
and CARPENTERS' TOOLS.
Also, a large assortment of
Window Class, Sash, Paints, Oils,
Putty. Varnishes, and Paint
aud Varnish Brushes
of all kinds, which will be sold lor the lowest Cash price.
Also, a tiinc assortment of '
KEROSENE LA M PS
of every style and pattern to suit the public.
Lumps repaired and changed from Oil and Fluid to j
Particular attention paid to the manufacturing of all
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
We have on hand a tine article of
GLASS FItUIT JARS,
with improved self- sealing corks, and
H ER M ETI C A L SEALING C A N S ,
which is one of the best cans used.
June 20, 1865.
TATEST ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS ! j
\V I L L I A M A . BOCK W E L L' S. J
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
DE LA INKS, AC.
and a general variety of LADIES' GOODS.
| MENS' BROAD CLOTHS,
And a variety of VESTINGS.
! A well selected assortment of
LADIES' and MISSES
SHOES and SLIPPERS, and
MEN A BOYS' BOOTS.
Also, Mens' Boys' and Childreiis'
SOFT STRAW HATS and CAPS,
! of all;deseriptiouß.
I Usual large Assortment of
You will llnd, by calling, a cheap lot of
NOW FOR THE 4TII OF JULY !
of all descriptions, and TOY S of all kinds on hand.
Piease call and examine my large and general assort
ment of Goods, which will be sold at lowest prices for
Cash and Produce.
IjJEN R Y MER C U R A CO.,
Have on hand and are opening at
I - >
LOWEST MARKET PRICES,
A superior stock of
BOOTS A SHOES,
1 Towanda, March 21, 1865.
Q. RE A T AjT T RACTIO N
M ONTANYE'S S T ORE!
j Every vajiety of
FAN C Y I) RE S S GO OD S .
Goods for Gentlemen of
j And all the known Styles to suit this Market, which
will be sold at
WIIOLE S A L E 0 R RET A I L
TO SUIT CUSTOMERS,
At prices that cannot but please.
Returning thanks for past favors, we invite attention
to our Large Stock of Goods.
, June 6, 1865. MONTANYE A CO.
WIC K UA M A BLACK,
Are now offering
NE YV GOODS
N E YV J' R I C E S !
WHITE GOODS, and
II ATS A C APS,
LA TEST STYLES.
BOOTS A SHOES,
YV I C K II A M A B L A C K
Keep a large stock of
CROCKERY ANT) GLASSWARE,
To which we invite special attention.
YY'e offer our Goods on the
June 12, 1865.
| gPRING! SPRING! SPRING!
1 8 6 5.
PPi ICE S XO W IF 1 TII I N
TIIE REACH OF ALL!
T R A C Y A MOORE,
Are now opening a
FINE STOCK OF SPRING GOODS,
Including a handsome variety of
DRESS GOODS, SPRING SHAWLS,
FANCY GOODS A NOTIONS!
A Good Stock of
PRINTS, DOMESTICS, CARPETINGS, Ac.
LADIES' AND GENT'S HATS
GROCERIES, BOOTS AND SHOES.
April 10. CROCKERY, HARDWARE, Ac.
rp 0 AL L INTE RES T E D !
Notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to thi
estate of D. C. HALL, that having disposed of the Li
quor Store belonging to said estate, that all account!
must be settled or paid at once, or costs will be made
r Payments may be made to E.W„Sinith, Esq.,at M Kean'i
• Liquor Store, or to me at Codding & Russells'.
I June 26,1865. CHAS. M . HALL, Adm'r.
YE AND EA it INSTI T U T E.
DR. UP DE GRAFF,
OCULIST, AUBIST AND GKNKKAL SCKOKON, ELMIKA.N. Y.
Treats all Diseases of the Eye, Ear anil Throat.
THE EVE He will operate upou Cataract, Artificial ,
Pupil, Cross Eyes, Lachrymal Fistula, Pterygium, Entro- '
pion, (inversion ol the eye-nd,] and treats all lorrna ol i
i " SORE EYES," sin h as Granulated Lid.-,, Purulent j
Ophthalmia, Opacities ol the Cornea, Scrofulous dis- ;
! eases ot 1 the Eye, and all diseases to which the Eye is i
j THE EAR Treats successfully Discharges from the j
''Ear. .V'.ises in the Ear. Difficulty ot Hearing, Deafness, j
[even when the ilium is entirely destroyed, will insert
an artiiicial one, answering neariy all the purposes of the ;
j nat ii ial
7'HK THROAT.—Ulcerated Throat, Enlarged Ton- ;
, ails, together with
i in all its forms, ptimauently cured.
GENERAL SURGERY.—He will operate upon Club j
j Feet. Uaie Lip, Clelt Palate, Tumors, Cancers, Morbid j
; Growths, Delorn.ities from Burns, and Hernia, and per- :
forms PLASTIC OPERATIONS—Where the Nose, Lips
ol any portion ol the lace is destroyed through disease
I or otherwise, by healing them on anew,
j St' Will attend to the Amputation ot Limbs, "h*
i aud General Surgery in all its branches,
I INSERT'S ARTIFICIAL El KS.—Giving them all tin
j motion aud expression of the natural, defying detection,
j they are inserted without removing the old one or pro
! ducing pain.
The Doctor's collection ol instruments comprises all ,
1 j the latest improvements, and is tiie largest IU the State,
the superior advantages he has had in perfecting luni
selt in all that is new and valuable in Surgery, warrants
liiui iu saying that everything within the bounds ol the
pxoiessiou may he expected ol him.
The Institute has been greatly enlarged, so that we
cau now accommodate uti increased number of patients !
from a distance. Comfortable Boarding Houses attach- j
ed to the establishment.
Xo incur abte eases received for 'I t eatment or Opera
tions. If a case is incurable he will be so inlormed.
Institute on Water street, opposite the iiraiuard House
| Einiira, N. Y. Feb. 2, ltsU6.
M O YV 1N G MACHINES! -i
HUBBARD'S LIGHT MOWER,!
j It is unsurpassed lor simplicity, durability, ease of 1
1 working, light draft, convenience ol folding up for trans- i
j portation, as well lis comlort for those using it. It cuts !
I the grass when wet just as well as when dry, and at any I
i speed you choose to drive, it operates as naturally on j
i rough and uneven surface as upou level. Its ('rait is I
from 175 to 200 pounds. Also Horse Forks different pat- ■
' ems, Horse Rakes, Grindstones aud Hardware, in great I
j variety, at Is. N. BRONSON'S i
Metropolitan Combined Variety Store. 1
June 15 1*45.
| Q II 1 0 MO WING M4.GHINE ll
The undersigned take pleasure in calling the attention '
ol the homers ot Bradford count} to the above machine, j
It lias been used in this county several years aud no ma- j
chine lias given better satisfaction. It is carefully made
of tlie best materials and warranted by the manufac- I
tillers. Those who lmye used this machine pronounce j
it the best in the market. It has been improved and is
as perfect a machine, and does its work as well, it not j
belter, than aiiy uae .yet oflered to the public. Farmers j
wishing to purchase a machine will do well to examine j
the Ohio. The Agents will be ready at all times to show
the machine and its irt'anncr of working, its improve
ments, Ac., to those Uiten sled.
Agent lor Eastern Bradford.
CODDING & RUsSELL,
June 20, 1805. Agent for Towanda and vicinity.
j JTE RAYSVILLE BRASS BAND!
STEPHEN GORHAM, Leader.
Consisting of twelve pieces, orders by mail or other
wise promptly attended to. Address
June 6, 1865. Leßays-ville, Pa.
SALE.—A very fine Pianoforte,
. Haliet A Davis' make, Boston, Mass. Also a lew
Chairs. Pictures, and French Bedsteads. Call at the
Ward House Towanda, Pa.
June 12. le(>s.
1j "VrOTICE.--The School Board of Directors
ll of the Borough ot Williamsport, Lycoming coun
ty, Pa., hereby give notice that an examination ol Teach
ers, will take place at the Grade school House in the
I Centre Ward of said borough, on Thursday the 10th day
I ot August next, and the public schools ol said borough
j will commence on Mouday, the 11th day of August.
Eighteen teachers are required- nine male and nine
female. Applicants from a distance will be reqoired to
I produce testimonials of character.
WM. CALVERT, President.
J. W. LEONARD, Sec'y. July 12.
| P U R SALE.
One Open Spring. Iron Axled Buggy, 1 Snlkey with
Stiri ut Springs, 1 Sett New Double Harness, 1 Sett old
June 27, I*os. CHAS. M. HALL.
! UMFII R E Y A CO.
Are just receiving a
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF GOODS
in tbeir line. Comprising all the
and finest quality of
GENTLEMEN, LADIES AND CHILDREN'S'
Particular attention is invited to their stock of
TRUNKS, VALISES, TRAVELLING BAGS, AC.
The only general assortment to be found in
and all being sold at
June 20, 1865.
1 J ONES I! OU S E !
Corner of .Market Square and Market St.
| The subscriber, having disposed ol his interest in the
- : Locheil House, will devote his entire attention to the
l And for the very libera! patronage extended to it tor the '
; pa-t year, he returns his thanks and solicits a contiuu- |
! ance of lavors. C. H. MANN,
I June X, 1865. Proprietor.
1 >EN NSYLV A MA AGRICULT-I'RAL
tX SOCIETY.—The Pennsylvania State Agricultural
I Society will hold its exhibition on September 26th, 27tli,
; 28th and 20th, 1865 , at
WILLIAMSPORT, LYCOMING COUNTY.
/ 1 Any information desired by persons desiring to exhib-
I it, applications for premium lists or posters,or by mem
; bers of the society, will he given by the undersigned, or
j by A. BOYD HAMILTON, President, Harrisbnrg, Pa.
A. BROWER LONGAKER, Secretary.
| Norristown, June 5,1565.
PHE PROPRIETOR OF THE ROYSE
: X HOUSE,
' Begs leave to inlurm his old customers and the truvel
| ing public, that he has thoroughly repaired and renova
| ted his House, and it is now in good condition to aeeom-
I inodiite guests in a satisfactory mauuer.
L. T. ROYSE,
8 f Burlington. June 26,1865. _ Proprietor.
FARM FOR SALF..—The undersigned
offers for sale a valuable farm in Smithtield twp.
I Good buildings, fences, fruit Ac.
JOHN N CALTFF,
Towanda. July 10, 1865. Office over P. O.
'! A DM I NISTRATOR'S XOTICE.-Notice is
, x\ hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate
| ot PATRICK DOUGHERTY, dee d, late ol N. Towanda,
are requested to make immediate payment, and those
having demands against said estate will present them
i duly authenticated for settlement.
11. S. RUSSELL,
July IS, 1865. Administrators.
' \ DMIXISTRATORS NOTlCE—Notice is
i e hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
i- ] tate of DAVID GRISWOLI), late of Wells twp., dee'd
;s arc requested to make immediate payment, and those
el having claims against said estate will present them duly
's authenticated for settlement. _
July 27,1865. Administrator.
LIST OP THE NAMES OF PERSONS
drawn as Jurors for September Court, 1865 :
! Athens twp., John Watkins, jr.; Athens borO', J5 ft.
j Spalding, A. P. Stevens; Caulon Boro'. James O. Kan
dall,J. O. Scndder ; Granville, Geo. Oatlin ; Hetrick,
i Cyrus Puller; Litchfield, 11. B.Wolcott; Overton, Iz-'wis
! Bolt; Route twp., 0. E. Brown ; Smithtield, Win. Kits-
I sell, Ezra Wood; Springfield, B. K. Adams; Shesbeqilin,
I Win. Klsbree; Sylvania boro', Geo. Monroe ; Towanda
i boro', W. H.H. Gore, Dwight Lodge ; Ulster, John
j Couklin; Warren, Stephen Chalice, Browning Meyhew;
l < Wyalusing, Uiram Buck; Wysox, Henry Wood ; Wind
i ham, Dennis Russell; Wilinot, David Elienberger.
TKAVEK.S JURORS—IST WEEK.
I Athens twp., J. A. Welier, Horace McKinney, Chas.
McLuffee. J.W. Pool, Beth Morley; Asylum, B. Laporte;
Albany, Ww. Martin; Burlington West, W. D. Carnage,
| Chas. Thatcher; Burlington twp. Allen M. Haight, l.ib
' beus Ellis, Chas. Knapp, Sam'l Whitenead ; Granville,
! Wm. McKerran, Marcus Ayers, John MoNaugbt; Leroy,
j Albert Holcomb; Litchfield, Isaac Baldwin; Monroe bo
! ro\ O. B. Westgate; Monroe twp., James ,V. Irvine;
| Pike, Geo. D. Johnson, A minis .Stevens. Russell Cole
i man. J. L. Ingham; Rome twp., A. G. Spencer, J. A.
| Moody, A. D. Towner; Ridgberry, David Gille't; Stand-
J ing Stone, Byron Stephens ; Smithtield, J. 11. Barber,
i SarnT Niles, O. K. Bird, Henry Phelps; Sheshequiu, G.
Smith; Springfield, James'Matox ; Troy twp.. Dwight
Freeman, W. L. Nin-ton; Troy boro', Braninard Bo wen,
; Kobt. Kedington, L. A. Saleys; Tov anda tp.,H. L. Scott;
Ulster, Levi Noble; Wysox, Irvine C. Shores, Stephen
! CUyson ; Warren, Roger HowellWindliam, James
\ Newman; Wilmot, G S. Gamble.
TKAVEKS JURORS—2U WEEK.
Alba boro', Alvin T. Dunbar, John J. Reynolds, Vol
ney M.Wilson; Asylum, Kobt. Bull; Athens boro' ,Jno.
I Hill, Albeit Campbell; do. twp., Samuel Ovenshire, jr.,
Burlington boro , Charles Boss; do. West, Danverse
Bourne; Canton to.. H. McClelland. Roderick Williams;
Franklin, E. Blake; Derrick, D. Taylor; ixiroy.s.C. Van-
Fleet; Monroe twpF. Sweet ; Orwell, Alphouzo Bo
worth; Pike,S. B. Stevens ; Ridgberry, Edwin Beck
with, Aaron Ostrunder, Win. Fuller ; Springfield, A. B.
Fanning; Smithfieal, James Lyon, E. G-Dutfe ; She
-1 shequin. Elisha Neweil ; Terry, J. L. Jones, F. W.
] Frutchey; Troy twp .Stephen F. Wheeler, Smith Bax-
I tec; Towanda boro', L. B. Rogers; do. North, James
Simmons; Ulster, Walter Pollock, Wm. Eisbree, Guy
Tracy; Wells. Frank Bowman; Windham, Silas White ;
j Warren, Jackson Wbitaker.
TK A VERS JURORS — ill WEEK.
Athens twp., Geo. McAffee. Levi Gardner, Geo. Page.
' 1 jeonard White; Albany, Horatio Ladd, O. W. C'orbui,
; Silas Morse; Asylum, Philip Cowell ; Armenia John J.
, Green; Columbia, Geo. Billings ; Canton twp., Josiah
I Warren; Franklin. Cbas. Stevens; Granville, Woodlord
| Clark; Leßaysviiie boro", Daniel G. Bailey ; Litchfield,
Wm. Host wick; Orwell, Jar vis Battles, Caleb A. Allyn ;
Pike, Philip Philips, Wm. Agnew, Keltogg Barnes;
I Ridgberry, James.'i'. Ball; Smithtield, Judsou M. Bur
j lingame, Mortimer Brown, Philander llail ; Towanda
! twp., J. M. Fox; Tusearora, Alnion Pepper ; Towanda
1 boro', Henry Essenwine; Terry, J. 11. Horton ; Troy
j boro', Cash Kendall, Geo. ii. Humphrey; Wysox, John
Tuttle; Wells, James Mitchell ; Warren, Cyrus Note
ware. A. Coburn; Wilmot, Paul Quick, John T. Shorts.
| July 29, 1865. Sheriff
I) EGISTER'S NOTlCE.—Notice is hcre
-4 by given, that there has been tiled and settled in
I the office of the Register of Wills, in and lor the county
' of Bradford, accounts of Administration upon the fol.
lowing estates, viz :
' Final account of Wm. Lake executor of John Ford,
i dee'd, late of Tusearora.
j Final account of C. G. Gridley adm'r ot the estate of
| Luther Chaffee, dee'd, late of Orwell.
1 Final account of B. Laporte and C. F.Wells, j ..adtn r
i of John Laporte. late of Towanda.
J Partial account of Gordon Wilcox surviving executor
i of Thos. Wilcox, late of Athens.
I Final account of Dan A. Gillett executor of James
i Evans, late of Kidgbury.
Final account ot Johu Lilley and Rachel Landou am i
1 of Jonathan Jackson, late oi Canton.
| Final account ot Cyrus Blcodgood adm'r ot Abraiu
Sherman . late of Litchfield.
; Final account of C.C.Wright adm'r ol Joel Wright,
j late o! Canton.
I Final account of Margaret Davis adm'trx ol Jenkia J .
! Davis, late of Pike.
i Final account ot D, H. Burnham and Sarah E. Ray
} nor adm'rs of Wm. H. Raynor, late ot Ridgbury.
' Final account ot Thomas James executor ot Henry
I James, late of Watren.
I Final account of G. F. Horton Guardian ot Levmia
J.sharts, Susan F.&autee, Elizabeth Breytugle. Ellen
! G. S.mtee, Alice Santee, Minor children of Wm. Sautee,
Final account of D. M. James Guardian ol E- T.
Final account of Isaae Strait executor of Robt. Kill
gore, late of Columbia.
Final account ot Simon H. Stanton and Nancy Stan
ton adm'rs of Joseph A. Stanton, late of West Burling
Partial account ot C. O. Huntington executor ot Ash
er Huntington, late ot Athens.
Partial account of E.S. Matherson adm'r Wm. Mead,
late of Athens.
Final account of J. F. Chaniberliu admr ol G. ft.
Pepper, late of Wyalusing.
Final account of Squire Northrop adm'r ol Edward
Williams, late of Athens.
Final account of OrrinA. Burnham adm'r of Samuel
Raynor, latv of the State ol New York.
Al.So.—The appraisement ol property set off by the
Executors or Administrators to widows or children ot
the followiug decedents :
Estate ot Wm. Williams,
" " A. P. Stevens,
'• " Henian Morgan,
" " Allen W. Barnes,
" " Cyrus Smith.
" '• J. G. Buckhout,
" " James Lay-ton,
" " Oliver Bartlett,
" N.B. Chaffee,
" " H.J.Camp,
• I. J. All is,
" •' H.J. Bowen,
" " Furnam Nichols,
" " Hiram Mason.
And the same will lie presented to the Orphan s Court
of Bradford County, on Monday, the 4th day of Sept.
next, for confirmation and allowance.
Aug. 1, 1865, N. C. KLSBREE. Register.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.—By virtue of
an order issued out of the Orphan's Court ot Brad
ford County, the undersigned Administrator ot Silas
Packard, dee'd, will sell on the premises in Alba Boro"
on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, 30, Istia, at 1 o'clock, p.
m., all that lot. piece or parcel ol land situate in Alba
Borough, bounded as tallows : Beginning at th- centre
or junction ol the Granville road and the road leading
from A ratio 1 Blackmau's, Manicy , and
houuded on the east by the road leading lrum the -aid
Mauley's, on the south by B. Baker's lot. on the west, by
lands of Irad Wilson, on the not th by the Granville road.
Containing one-half acre, be the same more or less, a
small framed dwelling house thereon.
ALSO—AII that certain lot ot laud situate in la-Roy
two., hounded as to.lows : Beginning at a hciul ck
stump on the line ot W. J. Stones lot, thence north B'ii°
west 14 rods to an ash. thence north 35° west 41 rods IO
a post, south-west corner ol E. Auabtes lot, thence east
53 perches to a post thence south along the line ot W.J.
Stones' land IDS rods to the place of beginning. Con
taining 27 acres and 100 rods, be the same more or less.
ALSO—AII that other certain lot, piece or pared of
laud situate in Canton twp., and hounded as follows, on
the west by lands ol William Packard ana Henry Jen
nings, on ike north by lands formerly owned by Win.
Scott, dee'd., on the east by lauds belonging to the es
tate ol John Grey dee'd., on the soutu by lands belong
ing to the estate" of Abigal Ayres, dee'd.,. Containing
about 104 acres; about 50 acres improved, with oue
trained house, barn and out buildings and an apple or
TERMS—S2S to be paid on each lot at the time the
property is struck down, one halt the remainder on con
firmation of sale the balance in oue year thereafter with
interest from confirmation.
MINOR P. PORTER.
May 11,186 c. Administrator.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.— In the matter of
of the e.-tate of John J. Reynolds deceased. In
the Orphan's Court ot Bradford County.
The undersigned, an auditor, appointed to distribute
the monies in the hands ot the administrator-, raised
by the sale ot said decedents real and personal estate,
will attend to the duties ot his appointment at the of
fice ot Mercur & Morrow, in the borough ol Towanda,
on Thursday, the 171 la day ot August, A L., Is bo, at
1 o'clock p.m., and all persons Uaviug claims upon said
monies must present them, or else be forever debarred
from the same. I'. 0- MORKoVY ,
July 10, lobo. Auditor.
AUDITOR S NOTICE.—/n the matter <J theesiate of
F. I I'd hams decerned. In the Orphan s Court
ol Bradford County.
The undersigned. as auditor, appointed by said court
t' distribute lunds in the hands oi the administrators
ot said estate, will attend to the duties at his office in
the borough of Towanda, on Friday the 18th day ot
August, A. D., 1865, at 1 o'clock p. in., and all persons
having claims upon said tuuds must present them, or
else be forever debarred from the same.
July 10, 1865. Auditor.
! 4 UDITOR'S NOTICE. — Tn the matter of
' J± the Estate o) Abram Fox. deceased. In the Or
! phan's Court ot Bradford County.
; The undersigned au auditor appointed by said Court
to distribute funds in the hands of the administrator ot
■said estate, will attend to the duties ol his appointment,
at his office in Towanda boro'. on Tuesday, August 15,
1865, at 1 o'clock p. m., at which time and place all per
sons interested can attend if they think proper or be
forever debarred from the same."
W. T. DA VIES,
July 17, 1865. Auditor.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE —ln the matter of
the estate of l\. li. Beckwith, deceased, in the
I i Orphan's Court of Bradford County.
The undersigned, an auditor appointed to distribute
I the monies in the hands ot the administrator, raised by
I the sale of defendant's real estate, will attend to the
| duties of his appointment at the office ot Merenr A
Morrow, in the borough of Towanda. on Friday,the l*th
t ! day ol August, I*os. at 1 o'clock, p. til., and all persons
P | having claims upon said monies must present them or
i else be forever debarred from the same,
' P. D. MORROW,
j I Jnly 10, 1865. Auditor.
A' DM INI ST RA TO It'S NOTICE.-Notice
is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the
I estate of HENRY I'ITT. late of South Creek twp.,
- i dee'd., are requested to make immediate payment
s and those having demands against said estate will pres
. I entthem duly authenticated for settlement.
1 ' S. D. BARENESS,
b| July 13, HOS. Administrator.
' ! "DLASTER.—A fresh supply "f Ground
' XT Plaster on hand and for saie by
i Feb. 2,1865. W. A. ROCKWELL .