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I.OCAL AM) GEXERAL.
TLIF is pi int .IL uptm CAMP-
Country and Job Press, Office No. 56 Gold
. W York. Thomas H. Senior, agent.
IVSI'AKOFFA On; W EI.I.. — As some extrava
.. STORIES are in circulation concerning this well,
think proper to state the facts of the case. Mr.
. swell has just called oil us and stated that on
I'nesilay last, (Jan. 23,) at the depth of 750 feet,
A,, V stiuek a crevice, emitting large quantities of
~ ~>l,l some oil. The rojie, tools, and sand PYMP
, , sited with oil, emitting an unmistakable
nlor of letrolenm. J Jut tliey have as yet no means
T JUDGING of the quantity until the well is tubed
„d tested. Mon'rose Hep.
GSJF TIIP Union Aleetings which have been
. i in tie -Presbyterian L Lurch in this place for
, J -t TIVI WI eks, with sueli marked and gratify-
F. _ 1,-alts, wen eoneluded on Tuesday evening
IMBIIG the past two weeks, important and vidn-
I ;i id HAS BET II rendered LQ tbe Rev. Mr. ATKIX
. A .■! tin I S - Christian Conuuission, by Bev.
; \i R.O.VIS. formerly of Christ's Church, in this
ROW mar Philadelphia, and Bcv. Dr. NEW-
X. IFF Philadelphia.
11, N -u lis of these meetings have been the ac
-i.ffi to the difl'crent churches litre, of many
. J, ; L T-rs. and the awakening in others of a spirit
: inquiry, which cannot fail in the future to pro
iui. good fruits.
Daily prayer meetings are still held in the Metli
! E'littreh. and in the evening at the rooms of
! Y. M. Christian Association.
FIRE AT IWERVII.LE. — We learn tliut on
C-IV morning last, about 2 o'clock, tbe Khoe
| .! Y'MIU. R. Darling, in Potterville, was dis
! U-I'ed to be on fire. Mr. Darling being awaken-
I one of his children, and seeing tip- light,
; -edetl hastily to his shop : but the fire had
unci! such headway that it was inquissible to
LT VK it. Both the back and front doors of his
Lop had been broken open, and left almost closed,
tb -.t when Mr. Darling pushed them open the
■' -1111-s burst out with such fury that it wasdanger
- lo attempt an entrance to the building.
MI Darling had a large number of boots enclos
]. -TUL a large stock of leather on band which he (
■ L-avored to save, but found it had be.EU remov
.As the outside of tho building burned away I
30 die by. standi rs could look through tlie frame,
■ :I traces of the leather nor the partially eomple
• I work could be seen. Itis evident thai the shop
,1 E. eti robbed and fired.
\s Mr. Darling was emerging from Lis house.
lon- he gave the alarm, lie saw two LIO-n coming
-FF of the church opposite his house. It was
I and that one of the lamps was broken, and one
4 -f tl' SEATS split up. Mr. D. recognized the men,
•;D as snspi*-ion N-sts -trongly upon them, it is
hoped that til- Y will be arrested au.L brought to
Mr. IL. slos.s IS i-.L OUT >6OO. 1 here was an iu- I
SAD AH IDENT AT RN. FI.ATT. — A little boj, 1
II of Mr. Bos WFI.L G.UT. iff Sing Sing, in the
town of big Flaft. while playing about a threshing !
N;:II-hine, on 'Tuesday, fell, and an arm was caught I
IN the inaeliinery, and torn tiff near tho body. Dr.
W'V. IVOIIDWAKD, of tlie Fhitts, rendered surgical I
1 iimnediately, amputating tbe mangled stump j
■ unii rfnnate little fellow's arm. — Dinette.
| fa?* Rev. E. I\ IJAMMOND left town for Ro-
T : ' sti-r on Saturday, and on Sunday afternoon, ao-
V'HNG to the Rochester /*'•, he addressed the
• at Rev. Dr. SHAW'S Brick Church. The 1
.. hug was crowded to excess. Rev . Mr. H. re- :
:U- .l here on Tuesday afternoon, and preached
I FIN M. E. Church in the evening. The audience |
S largo that large numbers were obliged to j
• during the entire evening. He took occasion
:• !' to various slanderous reports, circulated
' • impair his usefulness, aud his vindication
iL :VI not failed to satisfy all whom argument
i convince. Those whose hatred to religion
I -t.IIN to propagate such reports, will doubt
-IL! DO so. One charge brought against him
-1: II In- would not preach without a stipulated j
; J .a, and that of an excessive figure. He :
. J that his entire receipts during the year
P;.-T WERE less than those of a pastor of a church
■A ty LARGE village, and yet he labors so as to re
nt REST and travel. Much lias been said of his
-ing a diamond ring. The fact is that it is a J
Earn GOLD ring, given him by Lis dying mother J
with AN injunction to wear it from regard to her
Mr. lb lias hi- peculiarities of speech and man
lier. Lilt tin- testimony of those who knew him
while I:e was a student in William's Collage, and
v Ll'> have LABORED with him, or knew hint since he
>■ - ordained to the work of the Ministry, is that
in- IS I .. DUNS and devotedly pious Minister, and
is! -. A eminently useful in promoting revivals ot
igion. Mr. H. lelt L'or fikwnellsville on Wednes-
RNVFE, Feb. 2, LSI3>.
D I;. (MI IDAIT H : — Last evening we bad a large'
inn-resting temperanei meeting here, which
- ad in ssed by Hen. Button, wlio held his audi
'UL< - BI almost breathless attention for upwards of ;
H ur. His lecture presented a variety of fea- |
•s. illustrated with facts, and anecdotes, such I
• NAM - illimitable capacity for knowledge and en- :
. I' nt the perversion of his natural taste by ex
rdiuury artificial means, used by Bum-sellers, ;
1 ",v him into their dime nets. He made a 1
■ oniparison between the good that farmers,
: NIES, profess onal men, aud honest lal or
: r tin benefit of society, and the paiqe r
• rime, nd premature death caused by those
- 'SA D in rum selling under our legalized crime
! gating license law. After the lecture, tiie :
, ranee pledge was circulated, and 102 nairo s '
' S:_I), Dto it. The GI-U. complimented IN by !
- - that the people of Rome were trm Romans:
' "fi WAS now the JL (/oi- < (own of tempi r-
J Yours, Vc.
fa?* lin revival in o\ve<ro Continues to
-■ and extend. The Union Paayer Meet- [
ilt< rnately- in the Presbyterian, tbe Baptist,
ngri-g itioual and the Metlioilist Uhurehes are
-"l.V'attended, uud the interest manifested by
litogcther unprecendeuted in tbis village,
LING meetings are held in all the churches j
A entioned, and stirring, heart gladdening
"-are witnessed every evening. Tbe number
i • fid conversions is very large. Quite a UUM
iimiicrsii ms occurred in the Susquehanna on
->' LAST. J'BIS prayerful feeling has extended
ACADEMY and to several of tbe Public
: As yet no out-side aid lias been used;
••'I pastors and influential Christians of each
: miitation have nobly borne the extra burdens
' -ABORS thrown upon them. This religions
" '-' 'it taken us a whole, far exceeds anything
I HIND that has preceded it in this locality. —
IS no lioisc, no excitement in one sense of
' RI| I- There is A deep, prevailing seriousness,
; SO. that places of amusement are nearly,
1 quiti- deserted . There is no doubt but that
gnial has already been done. We believe it
' of all, young and old, to be present as of
■ AND TAR AS can be. at these meetings. 'The
,T God is evidently moving on tbe face of so
> as at Creation's dawn it did upon the face of
I'-''ringing order out of confusion, light
■ LARLUK -S, and turning many from the error
O WAYS, and enabling them to walk in the
■' the (UIRPEL of Peace. Owego needed such
■ •"N and we pray that it may not only be
'""gli but permanent TLIRCQO Times.
On, AT Sviawnia.— Wi' learn front a r>-
I liable person residing ut Kylvunia, that oil has
"jjt-cu struck," nt the Well at that place, and that
I considerable quantities flow out with the water. It
lins been gathered in appreciable quantities by
persons residing in the vicinity. The opinion of
experienced oil men, is, that oil will be found in
FE? 1 ' Godky s> Lady's Rook is certainly not
i surpassed either in its engravings or fashion plates,
; or the excellent tone and variety of its reading
I matter. The February number contains a fine
| steel plate of "The Crossing-Sweeper," a superb
| colored Fashion l'latc : a picture in tints— "Drift-
I ing with the Tide," various costumes. Patterns,
; .Ac., whilst it-, reading pages contain -"llizpah's
Idols, by Marion Harland. in continuation. "Mrs.
Washington Potts," by the lute Miss Eliza Leslie,
is concluded. Miss Mary W. Janvrin, Miss S. An
nie I: rost, with other writers of eminence, idso
| contribute to this number.
Lincoln's Birthday. —The people of HER
vick w ill celebrate the Birthday of Abraham Lin
; coin - Monday evening, l'cb. 12th, IHGt;. Th- ex
i ereises will consist of an Address, reading of the
j "Proclamation of Emancipation," Essays and se-
I lect declamations, and vocal and instrumental liiu
! sic. The public are cordially invited to attend.
JfeiT Valentines ! Vai.estinks !—The lai
j gest assortment of Valentines ever brought to-this !
i county. Comic and Sentimental. At News Room I
: Book Ntdrs.
Lost. - On the 3d instant, iu the road be
; twec-n Towanda and Myersburg, a bundle done up
in brown paper, containing Alpacca and trimndngs
! for a dress. The finder will confer a great obliga
i lion ly leaving the same at the Myersburg Hotel, j
| or at the Jlejuaier Office.
Grand Concert and Dance —The Ulster j
Brass Band, (Win. Dittrieh, Leader,) will give a !
Concert and Dancing Party, at Patterson's Hotel, '
| Milan, on Thursday. Feb. 22,1 K(i.7. Bill, *2 .YD,
The Bradford County Teaelter's Asso-'
elation will meet at Merrick, on Friday, Feb. oth. j
I at 11 o'clock, a. m. (). F. Yottno, Pres.
Apdif. Passmore, Bee.
CARD. —AII soldiers who enlisted prior to j
•June 30, 180.'!, will be furnished important imfor
mation .free by calling at once upon the undersign
ed. Bring your "discharge" with you.
J. N.C.u.iif, Pension Agent,
Office over News Boom.
W anted, immediately, Two Sewing Girls
that understand the Tailoring Trade, t-1 work on
; custom work. None need apply unless they un- ;
derstand the Trade fully. Also a good journeyman !
workman wanted. J. M. Coia.ins.
Good Books ! Good Rooks. — Don't fail to
to call at the News 800 n Book Store and get Mr.
Hammond's Beligious Books, among tliem are the
Harvest work or the lloly Spirit, the Blood ot Je
sus, Children of Jesus, Child's guide to Hyaven.
Liftle ones in the Fold, Praises to Jc-sus.
We have also on hand a large assortment of mis- j
oellaneous and religious works, and the largest as
' sortment of Bibles and Testament.; ever brought
I into Bradford County : and ask all to call and con-1
j vinee themselves that we arc now determined to
! sell cheap.
Fob Rent. Tin- 3<l story of Union Block ;
I Towanda. Inquire at tin olliee of fi. 1). Mon
Dah.\ Pafers. —The present Gongress '
; will be one of the most exciting and deeply inter-
sting evi r convened at the National Capitol. Tli.i
' fioverument is to b< reconstnicted and great prin- j
; c-iples established. Every reading man should ,
i have during the session a Daily paper. They can •
I be obtained at tin News Room.
XF.w ENTERITU.sk. — A Regular Daily EX
press Line has just been established between To
-1 wanda and Troy anotln ris in operation between
Towanda and Wawrly. Special atteution paid to
expressing goods to all parts of ihe country. Office
at the News Boom
Jtegr All persons wlio have old magazines,
newspapers, or books which need binding, are re
minded that they can have the same done at the
Bindery in the Raportir building, in the best man
ner and on reasonable terms. All kinds of riding
and Blank books to order.
. .. i
Towanda Markets. — < 1 Vhoh'xale Prires.)
Corrected < very Tuesday by E. T. Fox, No..l,llriek
Wheat $1 75 0i s'2 20
By< 80 (a 85
Corn 80 (a 85
Oats 35 ( 37
Beans 125 £ 150
Butter (r0115)... .. 28 pi ;!u
•• (dairy) 28 hi 33
Egg'-s ' 28
Hay (per ton) 8 (Ml ( pi bfi
.Salt (per lbb.) s g op
Flons 10 00 (" 13 (to
Chickens 14 (a 10 '
Turkeys . 10 (o 18 !
Ducks* 16 (a 18
Weights of Chain. —Wheat, 00 lbs; Corn, 50 lbs:
Rye, 50 lbs : Oats, 32 lbs : Barley, 46 lbs ; Buck
wheat. IN lbs: Be; ns, (12 lbs: Bran, 20 lbs; Clover
Seed 112 lbs; Dried Apples, 22 lbs: Flax Seeds6lbs. j
HOKTON- -PASSAGE.—Jan. 31st, by Ilev. lb L.
Stil well, Mr. Bishop Horton, of Liberty Corners,
to Miss M. L. Passage, of Towanda.
TITUS- KELLEY. —At the Baptist Parsonage, in
Towanda, Jan. 20th, by Bcv. B. Dunlap, Mr. G.
S. Titus, to Miss Emma C. Kelley.
ELLIOT—MANLEY.—At the house of the bride's
father, Feb. 1, by Bev. E. Loouiis, of Alba, Mr.
A. L. Elliot, of St. Cloud, Slens Co., Mitiesota. to
Miss Jenny M . Mauley of Towanda, Pa., daugh
ter of Mr. George Mauley.
BOWER.—In Warren, Feb. 1, Frank Bower, in the
50th year of his age, a native of Germany. He
leaves a wife and fivt sm.dl children to mourn
lIOLOOMB. In Ulster, Jan. 8, of Consumption,
Perky, son of Alfred mid Amanda Holeonib, in
the 22d year of his age.
He was a Christian. The presence of Jesus dis-'
armed Death of it : terrors, lighted up the dark
valley, and changed the sick rootu into the ante-!
chamber of heaven. More rapidly than his body
wasted away by disease did his spirit grow into the
likeness of the Heavenly One. Truly his path was j
I "as the shining light which sliineth more and ;
more unto the perfect day." "Be ye also ready
aud an entrance shall be minist red unto you
abundantly into the everlasting kingdom of our
Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ." A. T. S.
YEW AND FRESII GOODS!
II Just received,
A FULL STOCK OF GROCERIES,
bought for Cash,
WHICH Wll.l. BK SOLD AT A SMALL ADVANCE.
Thank fill fur past favors, I would respectfully say to
' my old trie ads that I hope by stud attention "ami fair
price;- to merit a continuance of their favors.
Towanda Feb. 2. E. T. FOX.
iff ISS E S VPII A MS,
DRESS .MAKERS, TOWANDA, PA.
' Over Eddy's Clothing Store. 3d Story , offer their scr
! vires t tin ! tli< confident that a long experience, and
j the most desiial le facilities, with promptne-s and cour
-1 tesv will ensure s.uisfaetion.
The latest fashions received regularly from Madame
Demo rest's shop. New York. Particular attention paid
Rtisquining. Stitching done to order. Oct. 24, '65.
jl. S ALLYX'S OYSTER SALOON,
Under Ghambei-lin'a Jewelry Store, west of Public
SqtiHM- Main v ire I
Oysters by ilo- th unari'l hundred or dish. Families
and dealers supplied on -hi it terms. Give us a call.
Oct. 24. I sc.".
1) ROOMS AND PAILS, WHOLESALE
Aand retail, at FOX'S.
i) RIDGE LETTING.—iSeaIod proposals
J will l e ifffivecl at the house of Gates Wilcox, in
| I-i.ink 1 iu, moil I o'clock p.m., on Wednesday, Feb. 14,
1-66, lor the building and i mpleting of n Bridge across
i Townnda.('reek, near said Wilcox's. Spccilicaiioiis lor
I the same may be seen at the store of Mcs-is. Kellev &
I Killiorii, in I'iankliii, and at the (Juuimi-siouer's Office
I tor ten day- previons to the letting of the same.
W. B. DODGE. )
JOHN BEAKPSI.EE. • Corn's.
STERN McKEE. j
Com'r's lillice, Jan. 23. 1866.
BRIDGE LETTING.— Setled proposals
will be received at tbe Bridge ntar W H. Phillip's
Mill, in Oranville between the honrs of 1 and 1! o'clock
p. m., on Wednesday, Feb. 14,1 866, for the building and
coniph ting of a Bridge across the Creek at that place.
Specifications tor the nine may be seen at the Store of
Mes.-is. kciley A Killborn, in West Franklin, and at the
Commissioner's Office for ten days previous to the let
ting the seine. W. 11. DODGE, )
JOHN' BEARDSI.EE, 1 Conn's
HiERN McKEE. )
Commissioner's Office, Jan. 29, 1666.
BRIDGE LETTING.— Sealed proposals
will be received at the house ot Reuben Stiles, in
East Troy, until 1 o'clock p. in., on Thursday, Feb. 15,
I siitl, for tbe building and completing of a Bridge across
Sugar Creek near that place Specifications for tbe
same may be seen at tlie house of l ml,en stiles in Hast
Troy, and at the Commissioner's Cilice lor ten days pre
vious to the ictting of the same.
W. B. DODGE. I
JOHN BEARDSLEE.V Corn's.
STERN McKEE. j
Commissioner s Office, Jan. 29, 1866.
PEC I A L.—ALL PERSONS HAVING
k-J ucsettled book accounts witti us, or note- past due
are notified that pavment must be made immediately.
J. IT HUMPHREY Jt CO.
A I.St) all pet.sous indebted to tbe estate ot J. P. Hum
phrey are notified that all monies due said estate must
be p.,id in immediately. IRA B. HUMPHREY.
Jan. .11. 1866. Adrainistlater.
rp ii k insurance company or
A- NORTH AMERICA.
Office No. 212 Walnut Street. Philadelphia.
This Company are nflw prosecuting the hu irn-.-s o
Insurance from !o s or damage by FIRE on Biildingst
Merchandise. Furniture. &c , throughout the State of
Pennsylvania, on liberal terms,for long or short periods;
or permanently of Buildings, by a deposit of Premium.
I lit prompt payment of claims for losses during the
period of in nh 7(1 years that the Company has! ,I n m
esisteuce. entitles tliem to the confidence <c the pnti.i,.
Dm serous. Arthur G. Coffin, S imnel W. Jones .John
A Brown, Charles Taj lor. Ambrose White, J no. ii. Neff,
Bit hard D. Wo d, IV m. Welsh, Win. B. Bowen, James
N. Dickson, B. Morris Wain, Joha Mason. Geo. L. Aar
iison, Francis It. Cope, Edward H. Trotter. Edward S.
Clarke, Wm. Cummiugs. Attrut'K (i. COFFIN, Pres'nt. -
C. s RtJHSBLL, Agent, Towanda.
I lENRI A. RECORD, M. I)., Phyiician
II '" ii Sin gun. having permunantly locati'd in To
il mala. it on Id lespecttully oil', r hi- professional services
io the citizens of the place a vioinity. Office, at J. A.
liec id's .'-Pile. Jan. 30.'tlti.
UA V S(J A LES FOR SA L E !
[Patent Applied For.]
The Su scrilier having spent time and money in per
fecting a New, Simple, i heap, and Duiuble Hay Scale,
warranted correct tor five years or longer, now offers it
to tiie public, oil the following terms :
One i' 2 ice! platform Hay Scale, weighing 4,000 lbs.
(the purchaser lurnisiiing end framing timbers) stoo oo
one la it. platform, weighing .0 DIM) lbs, 112 oil
One 14 " '• " 6,00(1 " . 125 00
Address,G. W. JACKSON,
Jan.2s. 'o6—tl Wyatusing. Bradford Co, Pa.
VT EVV FURNITURE STORE !
Having initial tbe Fiiruitare Ware-rooms formerly or
copied ny F. N. I'sge, Alliens, l'.i., would now say to
the patii n- id the old E-tahii-hment I hat I have a rom
plete :-tock ol Goods, just receivid, etrihracing every
thing in tin* '
My go alar. new and well selected, and lor
Will uol be undersold by any. Call and examine my
stork before purchasing I retain the Workmen ot the
MR. N. I. HAM
W ill have charge ot the business and Manufacturing. In
-lioit we have ;be I.nest Sto< i; ot Good- in our line west
o; New York, consisting of
• hnniber-8-etts, Solas, Burc.uis, M irble-top
Centre Tables, Extension
and Dining Tallies, Chairs, Bedsteads,
Mirrors, Picture Frames,
Photograph Ovals, Cord and Tassels,
Oi! Cm-tins. Toilet Stands, Work-Boxes.
COFFINS AND BUR! AI. CASES
Our I'ndiilakn's Derailment will at all times he
well supplied with everything in that line. We have
FIX EST nr. ARSE
In tbia section, not evcepting anything west ol New
York, and will attend Funetals within a circuit ol
Tventi/ Mi'n. on seasonable terms.
G. H VOORHTS.
N. 1. HAHT, Agent.
Athens. Jan. 27, 1860.- ly
1)! ELK' DRAY. —The subscriber I):ivi lIJJT
-I. pur-im-cd a good Pray, desires to inform the pulj
lie that he i- fully prepared to do all kinds id work in
his line. His servici - can be secured from 7 o*< lock, a.
m.. to ti o'clock, p. in. He can transport cheaply anil
expeditiously all kinds ot Household Goods Merchan
dize Ac. to any point desired, and respectfully tnlicits
a share of public patronage.
Siand ii In-lit ol Matshall's Hardware store, near
door to the I'osi Office, where he can always lie seen
when no' < ngaged. Orders left, at Marshall's* Hardwa e
si re, will te promptly attended to.
R. S THURBER.
Towanda. Pec. 7. 1865.—tf.
A D.MIN ISTRATOK'S NOTICE-Tlie sub-
I\ SI rilier, the administrator of the es-ate of Dr.O.
H. WoodrnfT. dee'd, wi I lie at the I-aw Office of Patrick
A Pet k. in lite borough of Towanda, on the 2!)tb day or
January, 1866. and remain thrte days, when and where
all persons hiving claims against s .:d estate are r.-quest- -
td te pre eat tlieir booka or other original evidence ol"
indebtedness, for examination and settlement. lie will
also receive and receipt for all moneys doe said esta&.
Alter the above date the books will be placed in tin
hands ol proper persons for collection.
jan!o66 St JAMES THOMPSON. Adm'r. ,
INTERESTING TO FARMERS!
From the various Agricultural prints,oro her sources,
most farmers have become aware of the vast soperio- ity
ol the liniidiich Se<dim a I'idutois They are unrivalled
in their immense yield, ex "lingly excellent tor table
use or tor feeding stock , and free fiomrot, mildew or
di-case. Such well known qualities arc merits that have
won tor tin l Goodrich Seedling Potatoes a better name
iban any other pot at > heretofore known. A limited sup
ply can now be obtained by application at Dr. Porter's
iji ug Stoie, at the following rate- :
Early Goodrich -1 00 a peck
Glt-usou 1 50 "
Calico 1 .70 •'
1 U7.CO 1 .70
Pink Eyed Rusty Coat 1 00
Garnet Chill al all-mi tbe market price.
1 lie Cuz-o has-been known In yield 600 bushels to the
acre in drills; the early Goodrich 400 bushels ; the otb- '
er- lieivven 300 and KM' bushels io tlieacre. In our
soil in Bradford. with proper tillage, they will average
over 300 bushels to tlie acre. Whoever procuies and
plants any ot the above varities, will consider themsele- '
i .i lunate in having secured the seed at such apparently I
high prices. DR. H. O. PORTER. I
Towanda. Jan. 1. '65.
YY ARI) 110F.SE, TO\YANI)A, PENN A.
JOHN O. WARD
Respectfully informs the public that he has purchased
this well-known Hotel .and taken possession of the same.
The Ward House will be thoroughly r paired and re
furnished, and no labor n-.r expense will be spared to
give satisfaction to guests.
The traveling public and persons visiting Towanda,
are requested to continue the liliera! patronage which
the Ward House ha- hitherto employed. Having had
considerable cxpciience in the business, he is confid nt
that with a strong determination to please, and with
strict attention to t fie House, he can satisfy the requir
meuts of those stopping at the House. 20dec65-tf !
fIfES FOR THE RAILWAY FROM TO-
X WANDA TO STATE LINE.
We wish to contract for ties for this road at once, to
be delivered on the line of the road along the Canal,
during the winter. We prefer to have them all deliver
ed at and above Towanda, but will nuy ties delivered on
the Canal at all points north of Meshoppen, Wyoming
county, at iatesth.it will equal those paid for delivery
along the rail line. We wish all white and rock oak.
but we will buy hemlock, and young, free-growing,
chestnut ties, all to he 10 leet long, nothing less than 6
inch face in full length. For white and rock oak ties,
s inches thick, full 6 inch face, we will pay 40 cts. each
For the same wood, 6 inches thick 35 " "
Hemlock s " " 30 " "
do 6 " 25 " "
Chestnut . . . 8 " " 35 " "
do .0 30 " "
Delivered on bank of Canal above Towanda handy for
unloading iu parcels of 3,000 each mile, (payment made
od the I.7th to 2otb of each month for al; ties delivered
up to the firs! ol the mouth) and placed and piled as di
reeled by our agent-who inspect them. We shall also
need a quantity ot pine ol long lerig'hs for bridges, also,
oak iu various shapes. Wu 11 Morgan, at Towanda,
will contract tor lies, and will inspect the same, also,
John italun, David Rabin, Fat Malioutr, ol Eacyville ; 11.
C. Smith, ot Athens, ('. F. WELLES, Jr.
Athens, Dee. b, 18C5.
AT H BRICK Ht
; OASH PURCHASERS TAKK NOTICE !
Oh, yes ! the subscriber has again returned from New
| York, having in the meantime selec ed with great care,
a splendid assortment ol NEW C.flOD*, well adapted
| to the wants of all, the olu, the middle aged, and the
• | young, and at the same time not lorgtting the " wee '
I bit ol to lk that get up locomotion by creeping. These
; all have especially been cared tor in the selection ol the
j stock. He would now teudi r his warmest thanks to a"
I his old friends and patrons*for past favors, and respeit
tally solicits a continuance j.l a shore ol their patron
Von will please come and
Yon will find the same good
At the 1! E E HIVE, orw e1 ! , I' a .
* r R s ! 1" V R S ! ! FIRS!!!
A splendid assortment of Gents*. Ladies' and Child
rens Purs, nt tiie Beo Hive.
Ladies, (.ents and Children are al respectfully invited
to call at the Bee Hive and examine the extensive line
Gen > before they buy they would do well to look at
the large stock of
11 A TS,('A I S, Fr If <; 1.0 Y Es,FFR COLA RS,
Arc., found of course at the Hoe Hive.
ROOTS \N | sIIO KS ,
in any quantity and style at the Bee Hive!
OVERCOAT- ft t the Bee Hive.
>ATs at the Bee Hive
\ I-.SI r> n i t) ie |; ee | jjve.
PANTS at the Bee Hive
C R 0 0 K E RY, Ml R R O R S A C.,
At the Bee Hive.
TEA, AS CSUAL, FRESH A FRAGRANT
At the Bee Hive.
t'EOCKS. PROM THE BEST M \ NCI AtiTURKKS,
AI tie Bee Hive.
Captain's Ofli-r open Hum d A.M. ton 1* .M., lora
I few days longer.
All those who have old unsettled Book Accounts with
E. H. Bronson.il they would save themselves cost, will
please call without delay and settle tip.
E. H. BKONSON
BEE HIVE, Orwell. Pa.
M . CRAN |> A LI. A <'<>.,
MASI K ACTUBEKS 01
PI.AX Wit KEEK. WOOL-WHEELS, >\ M'-REELS
WHEEL-HEADS, Ac .
MOV T R OS E XV II K E L F ACT O R V
Wholesale am ail.
OR iXJJ MOTHER HERS/ >] A(.AI.\ ■
We can furnCh you with a Wbei which we w ill war
ant to give entire sutislud ion ant which tonrselt will
say is fit to
OR AE VOUH /' MA>n.
II you wish ti> hear the music ol Industry and Econo
my in your house, remember the best teacher is a
ERA XDMOTHERS I'/A X(>
1 1 you vvi-b your daughter to be usefulas well as oru
mental, teach her to divide her spare lime her ween the
Melodeon and the
Buy one lor your sweetheart, and thus, while making
her an "elegant present," convey a polite hint as to
what you shall expect of her w ieu you move on that
• SEW J-ARME
Ask your lather to give you a Wheel ; tell him you
don't want to he a
• LILY OF THE VALLEY
LITTE BOY !
Show your mother how your pants "rip" and how the
buttons come ofl when you -slide d iwu hill" because
she will use
LITTLE GIRL !
II your folks get oneol Ciandall's Flax-Wheels, you
can do some ol The woik, for there is a place fixed on
purpose to hold the Spool, so that if you are small you
DO THE REELING.
Ought to buy a Wheel and teach the rising generations
to dejiend on their own resources. Then indeed, as now.
shall the American jieople be a great and independent
, nation—and may the Inheritance ol each of our child
ren be ONE PL At!. ON E COUNTRY and
, TWO VI.AX WHEELS'
N. B.— Merchants and Dea'ers wishing to purch se to
I sell again,will jdease address by mail when list of prices
i ■•caul sumplt *" Ac , will he sent. All goods packed in
shipping order : and all orders will receive prompt at
tention. C. M OR AN DA I L.
Montrose, Pa., Dec. '20,1805.
£JLOTHING ! CLOTHING !
READY MADE AND MADE TO ORDER
J. M. COLLINS,
1 Ist door South of Codding & Russell's, has just received
: Irom New York a large and atractive assortment of
NEW WINTER CLOTHING.
! Our stock comprises every article w.t-n by men and
PILOT AND HEAVEIt OVERCOAIh. BEST OIIAI.
lIY BUSINESS SUITS OF ALL Si TLKs.
COATS, PANTS VESTS, SHIRTS,
COLLARS,NIK TIES. WRAP
KISS. DRAWERS Ac.
G ENTS FI - R N 1 S II I N G G0 O DS
Of every description.
Especial attention is called to our stock ol
CLOTHS, CAHfiIMER ES AND VEST IN (is,
< I we will make up to order on >hort notice.
• Jiieol Fancy Cassimers k,r Pants and Coats,
v >Hats and Caps. Cents Fur Collars.
u ting done to order on short notice.
i mind if you wish to bay Clothing CHEAP,
<i> j > good as represented, call at
Terms Cash. COLLINS'
Towanda, Dec. 7.1866.
"KToTlCE.—Whereas, my wife .M D
A-y has left my lieu and board wiMiout just ... <■ m
. provocation, notice is hereby given, to all persons, iu
to harbor or trust her on my account,l will pay no dei t
of her contracting alter this date.
Sheshequin. Jan. :iu. 'tin. CEO. WARNER.
VET ANOTHER STOCK OF NEW
Wl('K II A M .& BLA o K 'S.
The above lines we oiler in great variety and late
HATS rind OAFS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
This part ol our stock we pay particular attention to,
and now < Her two ol the best patterns ol Ironstone
Wire in the market. Eiie and Sevres, also C. t'.. Yellow
Rockingham and Wedgewuod Beautilul assortment ol
Glass Lamps. C ill atie see our stock ol
Thankful lor past layers we lespectfully invite your
trade :tr,d promise to do our best.
WICKHAH A BLACK.
SE W I N G M ArH I N E D E FOT.
Having received the Agency ol the fieo bt*l Sewing
Ma bines in use.we are now ready to supply all the peo
ple of Bradford and Sullivan, with either Wheeler .V
Wilson's or Singe'rs, than which none belter is made.—
We keep needles oil, soap, thread and all the extras
needed to work the machine. All are invited to call at
our store and examine Machines and work.
Call or send and get a circular and price list, at
Wickham A Black's Store.
EwGO o D S !
W I L L I A M A . ROCK W E L L
Isjieceiviiig a most choice, and Selected a-- rlmcnt "I
GOODS FOR THE SEASON,
I. A DIES' DRESS GOODS,
and ail varities to be had by the asking.
And a great variety 100 numerous to mention.
To be had everything in the
Y A N K E E X OTION LI X E ,
Even to a Violin.
The place to find what yon want in the line ol
II you are iu want ol CROCKERY, in sets, <r as you
may order, aud any amount,
W OOD EX W ARE,
to he had from Babies' Cabs to a Butter Ladle.
A complete assortment of
G R O CERI E S.
Also the best BEE HIVE.
SYRUPS and SUGARS
ol all kinds.
A superior quality ol
and YOUNG HYSON TEAS.
and TOBACCO of all descriptions
Every thing in the shape of
TOYS FOR CHILDREN
•• v• v.tui moat by calling and supplying yourselves
ASHTO.N AND TURK'S ISLAND SALT
Oct. in, p., W.A.ROCKWELL.
Ipoiutll Co.'s iN'ftU (*OOllO.
rjlllE GREATEST ATTRACTION'S IN
GOODS EVER OFFERED IX THIS MARKET.
POWELL Sc CO.,
Have now in store the largest stock of good* ever exhib
ited in Northern Pennsylvania. Additions will con
stantly he made to this stock tluring the season, and
it wilfat all times he found FULL AND COMPLETE
in all its departments.
We invite the particular attention of our customers to
our magnificent display of
FACE A NIC; WINTER DRESS HOODS!
Which we offer at prices much helow those of last year.
We have given special care to our selections In this line
and are now able to exhibit the newest most fashionable,
and most desirable styles to be obtained. Our new
stock comprises all colors of Plain and Plaid French
Merinos. Empress Cloths. Striped Melanges, Striped
and Plaid Poplins. Taffetas, oamas, Tinsel Poplins.Paris
Crepes. Reps, Plain and Brocade Alpacas, Toil de Clicv- i
res, Delaines ami Armuses, Bright Plaids 'or children's
wear, and a great variety of other Dress Fabrics.
MOURNING DRESS GOODS.
Black French Merinos. Bombazines, Taraese Cloths, j
Baratheas, Mohair Lustres, Flack and White Check and
Striped Poplins and Alpacas, Double and Single Fold All
Wool Delaines, and a lull line ol those High Lnstred 1
Black Alpacas, at a.great reduction in price.
LADIES' CLOTHS, CEOAKINOS AND
A SPLENDID ASSORTM EN T .
Beaver Cloths, Tricots, Velvet Cloths, Cassimere Sack
ings, Plain end Twilled Black Broadcloths, ol all prices
all colors of Plain and Fancy Sackings ..Ojiera Flannels, j
I . |
GLOVES AND HOSIERY.
Indies, Misses and Childreus White and Colored Cot
ton, Fleeced and Merino Hose, Ladies Merino Vests
and Drawers, Gloves of every description at low prices. 1
LINENS A HOUSE FURNISH ING GOODS
Bleached. Hal! Bleached, and Unbleached Damask Ta
bic linens. Napkins, Towels, Towellings, Scotch and
Russia Diapers, Bleached and Unbleache.j Huckabucks
Ci shos, liish Linens. &<-., 10-4 and 9-4 Sheetings
Pillow Case .Cottons. Counterpanes, Draping Muslins,
Sh .ker Flannel Sheetings. Ruse Blankets Ac-., Ac.
CLOTHS AND OASSJ.MERKS.
Esquimaux, Moscow and Castor Beaver Cloths. French
and German Black Broadcloths, Doeskins, Fancy Cas
simores. Tweeds,JMeltons. Sat metis. Union Cassimeres,
Jeans. Ac.. Ae.
All qualities Plain While, Shaker and Welch Flannels,
Fancy shirting. Miners.lied and Gray .Plain and Twilled
: Flannels, and a full assortment of
DOMESTIC COTTON HOODS.
At the Lowest Market rates.
We are now opening and desire to call special atten
tion to our unusually large stock of
As we make tin- department of our business, a special- !
ity. we have given it much time and attention. Our se
: lections have been made from the newest styles in the
maiket, ami our Cloaks aremannfaclnrol in a manner j
that cannot tail to please, and give entire satisfaction
Having made our purchases before the recent great I
advance in price, we;are able to otter decided lull-gains |
in Ladies, Misses and Childreus Double and Single ,
Shawls. Our present stock tar surpasses in extent nd
variety, any purchases we have ever betore made in this
line and we have availed ourselves of the most favor- ,
able time to seleet the choicest and most desirable goods
in the market.
RON TON FLEXIBLE SPRING SKIRT. j
THE NEWEST ANP BEST PATENT C ItIVOI INE YET
We have now on hand a good assortment ol these cel
ebrated Skirts. 1n White and Colored.
The Eugenie, Empress, Paris Trail, Multiform, and a
j variety ot other popular nukes of Skirts in all sizes
j for Ladies Misses and Children.
CARPETS AND FLOOR OILCLOTHS.
Brussels, Three Ply, Extra Super. Supeifine. Ingrain.
Kidder.and Hemp Carpets. All widths Floor Oil Cloths
! Mattings, Door Mats,j and Rugs. Anew stock just re
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Having made arrangements with manufacturers to
I supply our sales with the best quality ot Boots am)
Shoes, we shall at all times be able to lurnish our custo
mers with the best custom made Phots of all kinds
for Ladies, Misses and Children, and Boots for Mens and
i Boys wear, at reasonable prices. We shall also keep con
i stantly on hand a complete assortment ot Mens.Womens
and Children's Rubbers and Arctic Overshoes.
HATS AND CAPS.
A splendid assortment of Meus and Boys Huts and
Capsjust received. Having closed out our old stock
almost entirely previous to our late purchases, we now
! offer an entire new stock of the latest styles.
PAPER HANGINGS & TRANSPARENT
We are now receiving large additions to our stock of
Wall Papers, Transparent Window Shades and Trim
mings 58 indow Papers. Ac.. Ac.
i ECU TO lIS NOTICE. N OTI C E
JCi is hereby given tbul ail persons indebted to the c
etale ot Ezra G-daidJate of W. Burlington tj.,dec'd, art
requested to make immediate payment,and those having
demands against said eatiite will present them duly an
theaticated for settlement.
GEO. W. tiODAKD,
Jan. 18 1860. Execatoi.
AD MI N ISTRATRI X S NOTlCE.—Notice
. is hereby given, that ail persons indebted to the
estate of A' sel Tiilotson. dee'd, late of lcelioy twp. an
requested to make immediate payment, and those hav
. ing demands against said estate will present them duly
authenticated lor settlement.
PALLY ANN TILLOTSON.
Jan. 18, lathi. Ad/amistratoi.
LWECCTOICS NOTlCE.—Notice is here
JLJ by given that all persons indebted to the estate oi
GORDON W LCOX. late of Smithtield twp., dee'd at<
requested to make immediate payment, and those having
demands against said estate will please present duly
authenticated for settlement.
Jan. 4 . 18GC. Executor
ADAIIMS'K'S NOTlCE.—Notice in liere
by given that all persons indebted to the .-state .
RICHARDSON WOOD, latent Smithlicid twp Bradford
: County, dee'd, are requested to make payment without
delay and all having claims against said estate are n
quested to present tnem i uly authenticated tor settle
mmt. WILLARD WOOD,
Jan. 4 18M. Administrator
\ DMIN ISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
a.a. B, hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate of Daniel C. Miller, deceased, late ot Wilmot twp..
arc requested to make immediate payment, and tbosi
; having demands against said ..-state will present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
LUCV A MILLER,
GEO. W. MILLER,
Jan. 11, lhthi. Administrator.
A DM I NL<TRAT<ML< NOTlCE.—Notice is
1 LA. hereby given, that all persons indebted to-the i -
ate ol UIRA.VI B. JOINER, late of Springfield tp., dee'd
are requested to make immediate payment, and those
having claims against said estate will present them duly
authenticated for settlement.
MATTHEW HILL, Jr.,
Jan. 2.1, iB6O. Administrator.
TOT'S NOTlCE—Notice is hcre
-Ld by given, that all persons indebted to the estate ot
SOLOMON BARDWEI.L, late of Springfield township,
dee'd., are requested to make immediate payment, am)
, those haviog claims against said e-tate must present them
j duly authenticated for settlement.
NANCY E BARDWDLL,
Jan. 4, lsihi. Executor.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.—N OTI C K IS
JLJ hereby given, that all persons indebted to tbq
; e rate ot JOHN EURMAN, late of Columbia, twp..
j dee'd. are requested to make immediate payment, and
j those having demands against said estate will please prc
! sent duly authenticated for settlement.
! Jan. 4.1866. Executor.
T DMINISTRATOR'B NOTICE.-No'ic
XA is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the
j estate ot HIRAM BENNETT, late of Towanda,
dee'd., are requested to make immediate payment
and those having demands against said estate will .ire-,
entthem duly authenticated for settlement.
BENJ. M. PECK,
Jan.29, I*6o. Administrator.
Hciil-Uoctil <iinic tables.
I> E A DING RAIL ROAD—W INT E R
1 I ARRANGEMENT. November 27. 1-G.i.
T.HEAT TEDWI LINK rsOX THK NORTH AMI NorTH W
for Philiiielphia, New-Yu k Beading, Pottsville. Turn
qua, Ashland, L-barimi, Allentown. Eastou, Ac. A
Trains leave Harrisbtirg for New York, as fol r.w-: A
3 0(i. 7.21. and 9.05 a. ni., iilt.l 1 !5 oud 9.UU p. in., rrit
ing at New-York at 5.49 and 10.00 a in., and 3.40 an
10.35 p to., connecting wi'h similar Trains on foe l'eiiii
Ivania Rail Road : .Sleeping Cars aocompanying lie
3.00 and 9.05 a. m., Trains, without change.
Leave Harrisbnrg for Reading. Pottsville, T.iraao'.u.
Minersville, Ashland. Pine Grove, Allentown and Phil
adelpbia, at 7 3 a. m., and 1.45 and 9.00 p. m..stoppiri :
at Lebanon and all Way station- ; the 'J.SO p. m. Train
making no close contortion lor Pottsville nor Philadel
phia. For I otfovilic. Schuylkili Haven and Auburn.via
s buy ik 111 and -s.squehanna Rail Road.leavt Harriste. i
at I.on . m.
Retugaiug : Leave New-York at 9.00 a. m., 12 u. u
and 8.00 p. m.; Philadelphia at s.OO a.m. and 3.30 p.
m : Pottsville at 8.30 a. m and 2 45 p. m.; Ashland a'
ii .00 and 11.45 a. m.; Taniaqua at 7.35 and 1.40 p. ni.
Leave Pottsville lor Ham-burg, via Schuylkill ami
Susquehanna Rail Road at 45 a.m.
Read ing accommodation Train : Leaves Reading •
0 30 a. m , returning Ircin Philadeliihia at 4.30 p. n;.
Colunitiiu Rail Road Trains leave Reading at o 10 a
m and 0.15 p. m foi Ephrata, Litiz. 1 ancaster C-dum
, bit. Ac.
On Sum ay.- : Ltavi New iork at -,ou p.tn Pi da
delpliia 3 15 p. m . I'- ttsville 800 i m . Taniaqua *.<*■
a. in., Harri.-burg 9 05 a m and Reading at 1.00 J. in.
lor Harrisburg, and 10.52 a m. lor New York.
Commutaliuu, Mileage, School and Excnr.-ion Ticket
to and Iroin all points, at nduced rates.
Baggage checked through : HO pounds allowed e •
Passenger G. A. NICOLLS,
Reading. Pa.. November 27. 180.7.
rpIME TABLE—WAVERLY STATION,
I NEW YORK AND KRIK BAIL-ROAD,
t Change of hours common ing Monday. Noveinbei 2u.
18 5. Trains will ieave Waverly Station at about tin
following h' urs, viz :
! Train No. 2. Pay Express from Buffalo.. 11:43 a. in
-4, Nipht Express iivm Dunkirk 1-59a. n..
" tl.Ste rabo.t Express 5:3s p.m.
'• " S.Cincinnati Express 5.-03 a. in
I •• 10, Bmgbamton Accommodation... 8:43 a. m.
" 22, Accommodation 3.01 p. m.
•'2B,Way Freight 4.35 p.m.
j Traiii No. 1, Pay Express 5:J5 i m.
'■ '• " 5, Ex. Mail for Buffalo A Dunkirk 10:34 p m
• 7, Night Ex. tor Dunkirk 4 Buffalo 5:2n a in.
J - 9, Mail p. m
" 15, Elmira Accommodation .. 4:03 p ni.
•• 21. Accommodation and Emigrant 2:32 p.m.
" •' 27, Way Freight 8:40 ii m
Trains ii. 21, and 22 run daily.
12 daily except Saturdays.
'• 8, daily except Mondays.
7, except Sundays and Mondays.
3, on Sundays and Mom! iy>.
'■ 12, on Mondays, stop a Waverly.
I All other Trains run daily, except Sundays.
WM. B. BARK, H. RIDDLE
Gen'l Pass Agt. New-York. Gen'l. Sup't.New \ • rk.
J. S SHEAFE. Station Agent.
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL
ROAD This grr„t line traverses the Northern and
! Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city o: Eiie,
. on Lake Erie.
' It has been leased by the Pennsylvania Kail Koui
i Company, and is operated by them
I Time of Passenger trains at Williamsport .
Erie Mail Train 3.47 I*. M
Erie Express Train 1:50. A.X
Elmira Express Train, 9:50, I'.M
! Elmira Mail Train, ... 8:45 A.M
[ Erie Mail Train 5>20.A. M
: Erie Express Train 4:22, P. M.
Elmira Express Train, 7:20 A. M.
Elmira Mail Train, . P. Ji
! Passenger cars run through without charge both way
between Philadelphia and Erie.
NEW YOBK CONNECTION.
Leave New-York at tirno R. U. arrive at Erie 3.37. A. \J
Leave Erie at L:55,r. M.. arrive at Ncw.Yorkat L:lsp. in
NO CHANGE OF CABS BETWEEN ERIE AM) NEW-YORK.
Elegant Stttyina Cart on all ight Tragi*.
For information respecting Passeuger business apply
at Corner Goth and Market streets. I'liiFa.
And tor Freight business ot the Company's Agents:
S. B. Kingston, Jr., Corner 13th and Market streets.
Philadelphia; J. W. Reynolds, E.iie; Wm. Brown. Agent
N. C. R. U. Baltimore.
H. H. HOUSTON. Gen 1 Freight Agt. Phil's
H. W. GWINNER, Gen'l Ticket Agt. Phil'a
A. i,. TYLER, Gen'l Manager, Williamsport.
Y K A N I ) KA li I XS T ITI T K
DR. CP DE GRAFF.
OCULIST, ACRIST AND GENERAL SCKGKON, ELMIRA. X. \ .
Treats all Diseases of the Dye, Eur ai d 'lhroal.
THE EYE—He will operate upon Cataract, Artificial
Pupil, Cross Eyes, Lachrymal Fistula, Pterygium,Entro
pion, (inversion of the eyc-iul,] and treats all forms ol
| • SORE EYES." such as Granulated Lid- , Purulent
j Ophthalmia, Opacities ol the Coruta, Scrofulous dis
i eases of the Eye, and all diseases to which the Eye- is
I'HE EAR.—Treats successfully Discbarges Imm the
Ear. -Yoises in the Ear. Difficulty ot Hearing, Deafness,
[even when the Drum is entirely destroyed, will -iseri
an aititicial one. answering nearly all the purposes : the
THE THROAT.—Ulcerated Throat, Enlarged Ton
sils.tog ther with
in all its forms, permanently cured.
GENERAL SURGERY.—He will operate upon Club
Feet. Hare Lip, Cieit Palate. Tumors, Cauc-ers, Morbid
Growths, Deformities from Burns, and Hernia and per
forms PLASTIC OPERATIONS—Where the Nose. Lips
oi HIIV portion of the face is- destroyed through disease
or otherwise, by healing them on anew.
Will attend to the Amputation of Limbs, -fc*
and General Surgery in all its branches.
INSERTS ARTIFICIAL Ki ES —Giving them all tb.
j motion and expression of tlu natural, delying detection.
. they are inserted without removing the old one or pro
' during pain,
j The Doctor's collection ol instruments couipuses all
the latest improvements, and is the largest iu the State.
1 the superior advantages lie has had iu perfecting him
I sell in all that is new ui.d valuable in surgery, warrants
! him in saying that everything within the bJuuds ol tiir
, : piotession may be expected ot him.
The Institute has iieeu gieutly enlarged, so that we
can iiow accommodate an increased number ol patients
from a distance. Comfortable Boarding Houses attach
ed to the establishment.
Xo incut able rates received for 7 / eatment to Opti a
t Hunt. It a case is iuourable be will be so informed.
Institute ou Watei street, opposite the Brainurd House
Elmira. X. Y. Feb. 2 Ist!;,.