Bradford reporter. (Towanda, Pa.) 1844-1884, May 31, 1866, Image 3
JUparfct. LOCAL AND GENERAL. R The Reporter is printed upon CAMP i lL \j Country and Job Press, Office No. 56 Gold New York. Thomas H. Benjor, agent T; IF.R KXAI'P, THE REVIVALIST, —The Ro ,ter Express, speaking of the noted evangelist, j,isrrn Kvirr, who has just arrived in that ' . iU j is preaching in the First Baptist Church, ' . "Ho is now waxed old, his hair and flowing r t arc whitened, aud his voice and manner in te that his physical powers are beginning to , iu d his vitality to abate. He is, however, tffi-ctivc a speaker as ever, aud possesses the - peculiarities that marked his revival sermons years ago- Ot'R YOCNU FOLKS. —The June number of zinc cauio to us a few evenings since.— the inauguration of this enterprise it has nt- J the highest success. It is really a valuable for the little ones of the household. Parents . ;d savt their sous from the evils of the street ■uv v. juld lay this book before their children. ;h all its charming simplicity, and at the same thorough interest, it is just the thing to keep .. ones busy over of an evening. Published by ' ; j. ; X Fields, 124 Tremont Street, Boston, | Holmes A Passage of Towanda j 1 .-nan of horses aud carriage to a couple of ~ ath men p) on Saturday last to drive five miles ; • tl. said gentlemen losing their way turned o. tli, N. Y. on the Monday following, ;v their suspicious looks and more suspicious ra-s induced a shrewd chap to arrest and chuck .in j.nl. The party searching for his proper- 1 .mil the party arresting the thieves without war ,-ausualy met here on Wednesday, much to 1 .ratification of both—the one fearing ho had • :- foot in it by Arresting travelers the other 1., would never get his foot in by finding r thieves or property.— TTuieWy j\d. Hev. WM. DELONG, Universalis!, will .i k at the Court House, Sunday evening next, uiJe 3d. 1866. Is LUCK.—Edward Provost Esq , living r Russell Hill in this County, met with an ex linarv streak of good luck in getting a span i ...irses on Sunday night of this week. Shortly i';, r i' tiring and before his daughter had gone to he was aroused by her, aud told that two .1 a. who drove past the house, a short distance, | ■vith a team, had stopped, left their team, and had i:.v bark past the house aud gone to his burn.— j Mr. Provost made a hasty visit to the barn and ! tad them, with one ot his horses out of the stall ami another nearly out. Of course he vetoed this ■ i.isaction, and the rogues—we tliink we are sale ' . thus calling them so—made a hasty retreat it) .11 opposite direction from their or somebody else's , am. After firing a gun to add to the fright he :a i given them, and securing his horses, he took i -session of the abandoned team which he found 1: been kindly fed with hay by their drivers. A j . large, well matched span of dark, chestnut . d horses, with white feet, and white in face. 1 ,:h t old in yt ars and apparently roadsters—with : colored light spring two horse truck wagon, ess and'fixtures complete. Two satchels were id ia the wagon, neither of which contained | ... hof value, or anything to identify the owners ! i t a valentine,"which was a rose-scented, gilt- , . 1. red-enveloped, anonymous billet-doux, ad- ; -.-id to Alonzo D. Horton, Mainesburg, Tioga j ■ I'II. post-marked Covington Pa. Feb. 17th, \ I We mention this, that the writer whoever 1 I be. may know how basely her gentle Alonzo I i her love lines by running away and leaving ; I near "dark hollow," to be captured and aft- ' bod for criticism and gossip, by an unsympa zing public : and that Alonzo, who it seems if - not care much for horses and wagons, may ! aid got his satchel by proving property, pay- i I Large* Ac. — Tunkhannork Democr*it. I I'ARISU ATTEMPT AT ROBBERY. —The house | >ai. Lewis, of Spencer, was entered on Satur mg'nt the 13th inst., by some person or per il unknown. The only occupants of the house ? 1 Mr, Lew is and his wife. The robber or rob •liected their entrance through the cellar in 0e kitchen, adjoining the bed-room, where Mr. if -md his wife slept. Mrs, Lewis having I . ;d a noise suddenly awoke, and felt the wind! I w.ng hi her face, caused by tbe shutting of her fl '• ia door, she immediately sprung out of bed j I '.uprising that they had forgot to fasten their out fl Joor. when to her surprise she found her Led a door shut and held, she attempted to open it, without success, she let go of the door to awa it Lr husband when the report of a pistol was .. and the vidians made good their escape ' 'Gaining any booty. The ball was found , S it day, it having passed through a large tea '. Imntring near the door and the plastering. XIBEXT. — As Mr. Joshua Vanloon Jr., i I I...any twp., was falling a large tree, in the ■b. "" the morning of Wednesday, May 16th. '•-'iili-r one wits dislodged by its descent, which I :..ung gave him a terrible blow on the side of ' H i and shoulder. He was senseless when 1 to his father's house, and but little hope is tainedof his recovery. I 5®,. lim regular Semi-annual meeting of n Til County Sunday School Association, * ■-eld at Burlington on the 13th and 15th of 1 ■ meeting for organization will convene on | ■ 'Lyat 11 a. m. ■ *-rrnr>n niay be expected on Tuesday eve- j I •ring' the morning session of Wednesday a | • B'iuday School session will be conducted, lining exercises will be under the lead of I H Crittenden, the teaching of school under ] -zrge of B. S. Russell, and the closing exer ill be conducted by D. Bourne. v mday School is engaged for the occasion, hildrens mcetiug on Wednesday p. m. will ) i the convention. '■Lose who huve attended these Snnday School 1 utions it is only necessary to publish the time, | and to those who have never attended, we •Gay, "Oh he there" for your own good and - -'sod ef the cause. OSCAR A. BLACK, Secv., I - | -BE YANKEE BOYS" vocalists, will ffire 'heir popular parlor entertainments at the 'louse, on Monday evening next. Under the •n of I'rut J. G. Towner, the Yankee Boys 1 trade themselves u high reputation. Our | will do well to avail themselves of the op- j ! io 'Jy of hearing them. ' K —Th first field day of the M ''a-se Ball club of Towanda will be on ' on Thursday afternoon May 31, Ib6C. i Wiiihedat 1 o'clock, all are invited to witness ' I ' The Bradford County Teacher's As j 7 at Taylor's corners, Granville, - T ' Jt *ne Bth, at 10 o'clock. A. Fassmore, Secy. j i ; l<^< ' rucer ' ed reduced pri/aes; ' j -6' batch's. SPECIAL NOTICES'. A Fourth of July Ball will be eiveu t the Leßoy H °u S c, Leßoy, Pa., on Wednesday, July 4th, 1860. Music by Stovves Band. Bill, $2,- I. H. DAMS, Proprietor. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF TOWANDA FINAN 000* ARTE>,T ° F THE UNITED STATES, Capital $125,- Deposits received payable on demand in Legal Tender Notes. Interest allowed on time deposits according to agreement. I ncurrent Hunk Notes received on deposit or exchanged for Legal Tender. U. 8- Bonds and 7-30 Treasury Notes bought and sold. Highest price paid for Compound Interest notes. Drafts payable in any part of the United States at pur for Sale. Drafts payable in England, Scotland, Ireland or \\ ales, in an amount over one pound sterling, fur nished at lowest rates. 1 assage tickets from Liverpool or Q ueenstown to New York, by the well known Inman Line, on and lor sale. E. H. SMITH, Pres. N. N. BEITS, jr., Cash. HOUSE POWER FOR SAI.E.—A second hand one horse power, suitable for threshing machine, will be sold cheap. Enquire at CODDING <FC Rus- SEIX'S, Towanda. CHOLERA. —Its prevention, symptoms and treatment, according to a physician who treated oyer 2000 cases successfully in 1854. The object of this article is to inform the public in regard to I this terrible disease, and give them a reliable treat | meut. Sent on receipt of 50 cents. Adresss, Box 13, Towauda, Pa. BOL. A. B. Smith & Co., wishes to inform their friends and the public in general thut they I have opened a Tobacco and Cigar stors on Bridge Street, two doors from Main-st., where they will sell, at a low figure, a choice lot ot Cigars, foreign and domestic. Also Smoking and Chewing Tobac co ot all kinds . All kinds of fancy goods in the Tobacco line constantly on hand. Towanda, April 15. ' A. B. SMITH & Co TOWANDA NURSERY. —Last Fall I bought, : from Daniel Ilarkins, his entire remaining stock of Apple, Cherry and Dwarf Pear trees, and re- I moved the same on to my premises on Towanda Flats . lam now prepared to sell these Fruit trees at low rates. Prices of Apple trees at the Nursery 25 cts. each, or in quantities of fifty or more trees, S2O PER 100. Best selected trees in small quanti ties of sto 15, 30 cts. each. No. 1 Cherry trees ; O0 cts each, which is the wholesale price of regular Rochester dealers at this time. No. 2, Cherry trees, from 25 to 40 cts. each. Dwarf Pear trees from 20 to 50 cts. each. Quince trees from 25 to 50 ots. each. Persons who are in want of Fruit trees, will do well to visit my Nursery, I,J miles from Towanda. R. M. WELLES. Towanda, April 8, 1866. #s£=> Proposals will be received at the j office of G. P. Montauye for furnishing 20,000 feet! I 4 inch Oak Plank, not to exceed 6inches in width i —SOOO feet 3 and 4 inch scantling—lo.ooo ft. thick ! Hemlock Plank. To be delivered by the Ist day of June next. Towanda, April 23, 1866. J®* Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance I Company of Hartford Conn. Assests over $lO,-J 000,000. Dividc-nt paid during the PRESET fiscal year, GO per cent. It is the largest, safest, cheap est, and best Life Insurance company of this country. H. 14. MOKEAN, Agent. Towanda, Pa. Kerosene or Coal Oil, the very best kind for sale by the barrel or in small quantities, very cheap, at Dr. Porter's Drug Store. CARD. —AII soldiers who enlisted prior to June 30, 1863, will be furnished important iiatbr- ! wation/ree by calling at once upon the undersign ed. Bring your "discharge" with you. J. N. CALII F, Pension Agent, Office over News Boom. All men of the Pennsylvania Re-, serve Corps are entitled to pay from the date of their enlistment to the 15th of May 1861, if not paid. Papers prepared, Back pay and Bounty and Pension Claims collected. All military business in any of the State and National Departments successfully prosecuted. H.B. MCKFAN, Claim Agent, Office Montanyes' Block. Towanda, April 2, 1866. PENSIONERS.—The instalment of Pensions due March 4th, ISCG, paid on and after that date, by bringing your Pension certificates to J. N. CA LIIT, Pension Agent. Office over News Room, To wanda, Pa. Feb. 26. SeR" Soldiers and widows of soldiers of war of 1812, who are in necessitous circumstances are entitled to a gr&tuty of S4O, and an annuity of S4O, payable semi-annualy, provided, they was and are residents of Pennsylvania. Apply to H. B. McKean, Claim Agent. Office Montanyes' Block. Towanda, Pa., April 16, 1866. At a meeting of the Directors of the First National Bank of Towanda, it was resolved, That in view of the action of neighboring Banks, the notes of State Banks not redeemed at par in New Y'ork or Philadelphia, will not be received af ter the 28th day of April, except at a discount suf ficient to cover the expense of sending them home for redemption : and that we will not pay out any thing but Legal Tender or National Bank Notes. N. N. BETTS, jr., Cashier. Towanda, April 22, 1866. Say- New and Second Hand Pianos, by the most celebrated makers in New-York and Phil adelphia, always on hand and for sale at tin lowest prices Tuning done on short notice by Prof. YVM DITTBICH. Towanda, Jan 1, 1866 (oam U. S. CLAIM AGENCY. —Persons holding Tension certificates cam draw the installment due the 4tli of March, by bringing them to me. A copy of the Official Andorsonville Prison Record, containing 13,000 names of those who died there from all the States, can be seen at my office free. h/mmaiUm in regard to all Bounty Ada given free. •JOHN W. Mix, Agent. Office Ist Block below Ward House, Towanda Pa. GRAPE VINES, ORNAMENTAL TREES, &C., — The subscriber has a supply on hand of nice lona. Israella, Delaware, Allen's Hybrid, Diana, Con cord, Crcveling and other Grape vines, warranted true to name. Grape vines of any variety furnished to order. Orders taken for Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Vines and Flowers at established rates of other Nurserymen. Also for all kinds of small fruits, such as Strawberries, Currants, Raspberries, blackberries, Ac., R. M. WELLES. Towanda, April 8, 18CG. TOWANDA MARKETS.—( Wholesale Prices.) Corrected exery Tuesday by E. T. Fox, No. I,Brick Row : Wheat $2 00 © $2 50 Rye 75 Corn 75 Oats 50 Flax Seed 1 80 © 200 Clover Seed, (small) 8 00 " " (Orwell) 10 00 Beans 1 25 © 1 50 Butter (rolls) 30 " (dairy) 30 © 35 Eggs 16 Potatoes 1 00 Hay (per ton) 8 00 Salt (per lbb.) 3 00 Flour 10 00 © 14 00 Ham 18 © 20 Chickens 14 © Turkeys 1G © 18 Ducks' 1G © 18 Geese 12 WEIGHTS OF GRAIN. —Wheat, 60 lbs; Corn, 56 lbs; Rye, 5G His : Oats, 32 His ; liarley, 46 lbs ; Buck wheat, 48 lbs; Beans, 62 lbs: Bran, 20 lbs; Clover Saed 62 lbs; Dried Apples, 22 lbs; Flax Seed 56 lbs. MARRIED . HAMMOND OVERTON.—At Towanda, Thurs day morning, May 24, by Rev. William Harris, Rev. Edward P. Hammond of Vernon, Conn., to Miss Eliza Overton, youngest daughter of Edward Overton, Esq., of the former place. CARMAN—KELLEY.—At Christ Church, Towan da, \\ ednesday, May 23, by Rev. Mr. Nocks, Mahion Carman to Miss Amanda Kelley. DICKEY—BUNTING.—At the same'plnce by the isame, May 23, Geo. W. Dickey to Miss Matiie Bunting. DIED. WELLES—In Towanda, May 11th, 1866, Margaret Almira Welles, daughter of G. F. and Mary A I Mason. miscellaneous. BRIDGE LETTING.—SeaIed proposals will be received at the house of Porter Wilcox, in Albany, until 3 o'clock, p. m., on Thursday, June 7, 1866. lor the building and completing of Bridge across ALIIANI Creek, near said Wilcox's. Specifications for the same may be seen at the house of Porter Wilcox, in Albany, and at the Commissioner's Office, for ten days previous to the letting of the same. W. B. DODGE, ) JOHN BEARDSLEE, V Comm'rs. STERNE McKEE, ) Commissioner's Office, May 19, 1866. READING RAIL ROAD—SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. April 23. 1866. GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE NORTH AND NORTH WEST for Philidelphia, New-Yoik, Reading, Pottsville, Tama qua, Ashland, Lebanon, Alleutown, East on, Ac. Jte. Trams leave Harrisburg for New-York, as follows: At 3.00, 7.40, and 9.05 a. in., and 2.00 and 9310 p. in., con necting with similar Trains on tne Pennsylvania Rail Road, and arriving at New-York at 5.40 and 10.00 a. m., and 3,40 and 10.35 p. m. Sleeping Cars aocompauying the 3.00 a. m., and 9.20 p. m., Trains, without change. Leave Harrisburg for Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua, Minersyille, Ashland, Pine Grove, Alleutown and Phil adelphia, at 7.40 a. in., and 2.00 and 9.20 p. m.,stopping at Lebanon and all Way Stations ; the 9.20 p. m. Train uiuking no close connection lor l'uttsville nor Philadel phia. For Pottsville, Schuylkill Haven and Auburn,via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Rail lioaddeave Harrisburg at 4.15 p. m. Returning : Leave New-York at 9.00 a. m., 12 noon and 8.30 p. m.; Philadelphia at 8.00 a.m. and 3.30 p. ni.: Pottsville at 8.30 a. m. and 2.45 p. m.; Ashland at 6,00 and 11.15 a.m., 1.05 p. m.; Tamaqua at 9.45 a. m., and 1.00 aud 8.55 p. m. Leave Pottsville for Harrisburg, via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Rail Road, at 7.00 a. m. Reading accommodation Train : Leaves Reading at 6.00 a. m., returning from Philadelphia at 5.00 p. m. Columbia Rail Road Trains leave Reading at 6.10 a. ni. and 6.15 p. in. lor Ephrata, Litis, Lancaster. Colum bia, Ac. On Sundays : Leave New York at 8.30 p. m., Phila delphia 8.00 a. m., and 3.15 p. m., the 8,00 a. m., train running only to Reading. Pottsville 8.00 a. m. Tamaqua 7.30 a. m., Harrisburg 9.05 a. m. and Reading at 1.30 a. m., tor Harrisburg, aud 10.52 a. in. lor New York, and 4-25 p. m., lor Philadelphia. Commutation, Mileage, Season, School and Excursion Tickets to aud from all points, at reduced rates. Engage checked through ; 80 pounds allowed each Passenger G. A. NICOLLS, General Superintendent. Reading, Pa.. April 23. 1866. MEW AND FRESH GOODS 1 -L i Just received, A FULL STOCK OF GROCERIES, Bought for Cash, WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT A SMALL ADVANCE. Thankful for past favors, I would respectfully say to j my old triends thut I hope by sUict attention and fair prices to merit a continuance of their favors. Towanda, Feb. 2. E. T. FOX. JP O R SAL E~7 358J ACRES CHOICE PINE TIMBER LAND, 4 mihs from Towanda, BAND UNSURPASSED FOR FARMING PURPOSES. Pine timber estimated at 3,000,000 feet, Hemlock 2,000,000, besides oak, maple, aud other hardwood . For particulars inquire of JNO. SAbTMARSH. April 4, 1866. Athens, Pa. A ME RIC A X II OTE L , TOWANDA, PA., Having purchased this well known Hotel on Bridge Street, 1 have refurnished and refitted it with ever convenience for the accommodation ot all who may pat ronize rue. No pains will be spared to make all pleas aut and agreeable. J. s. PATTERSON , Prop. .May 3, 06.—tf. I IEALTH is THE GREAT NEED OF II THE AGE. A NEW SYSTEM OF THE HEALING A RT. X. J. COGSWELL. M I)., . HYGIENIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, May be consulted in person or by letter, at his resi dence, East Spring Hill, Bradford county. Pa. An intelligent community require a medical doctrine grounded upon right reason, iu harmony with and avouched by the unerring laws of Nature and of the vi tal organism, and authenticated by successful results. Hence we solicit an examination of our system. Claim ing that all diseates can be success! ully treated with truly Hygienic Agencies. No Drug poisons will be given. As a graduate of the only College iu the world where health is taught, we shall take especial pains to explain to the patients the nature oi the diserse. The laws of life ami health, why it it is unnecessary and daugerous to take drugs, and how to preserve health aud long life. Will visit pa tients, and give directions lor home treatment, when desired. _Kast Springhill, May 1, '66.—ly,p. RJMLE OLD BAKERY REVIVED! PETTES & HOVEY, Are now receiving a fresh supply of Nuts, Fruits and Candies, at the old .Stand on Main Street opposite the Court House. Also an assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES, Such as Teas, Sugars, Coffee, Saleratus, Molasses, Syrup, Spices, Ac., Ac., which will be sold as cheap as can be bought iu the borough ol Towauda or elsewhere. GOOD GREEN TEA FOR sl, PER POUND. Kept constantly on band, BREAD, BUSCUIT, PIES,CAKES, AC'., AC., At the Towauda Bakery. Crackers by the barrel or pound, at the Bakery. PETTES A HOVEY, May 7, '6o.—tf. ALU ABLE FARM FOR SALE. The farm formerly occupied by Chester Pierce, sit uated in Wysox twp., is offered (or sale. It is about 1£ miles from Towanda ; contains about 60 acres ol first rate land, all improved. A good Dwelling House, and other out-buildings, and an orchard of thrifty trees. This is one of the most desirable properties in the market, aud worthy the notice of those desiring to pur chase a farm. For Terms Ac., apply to S. S. PIERCE, on the preni iscs, or C. H. SHEPARD, at Waverly N. Y, Wysox, May 7, '66.—4w,p. V9O BONDS.-THE MAY COUPON *J of the 5-20 Bonds purchased at the highest market price by B. S. RUSSELL A CO. Bankers. U. S. Securities of all kinds bought and sold by B. S. RUSSELL A CO., Bankers. Petroleum, Venango and Crawford Co. Bank Notes bought by B. S. RUSSELL & CO., Bankers. PIANOS, AMERICAN ORGANS AND MELODIAXS. The undersigned most respectfully announces to the citizens of Towanda and vicinity, that he has purchased the Music business of G. T. COLE, and will hereafter supply any of the above articles, together with VIOLINS, GUITARS, ACCORDIANS, STRINGS. AC., on as good terms as they can be had els where. W. A. CHAMBERLAIN. He is also Agent for the CELEBRATED AMERICAN WATCH, and has always on hand, a good assortment of Swiss Watches, with a general assortment of JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS, Silver and Plated Ware of the BEST MANUFACTUR ERS, which will be sold at unusually low figures. A large variety of Clocks jnst received, among which may be found the Seth Thomas, which has no equal. REPAIRING AND JOBBING, done with neat less and dispatch, and warranted. To those who can't -ee, we would say go to Chamberlain's and get a pair of glasses that will make yon see as well as ever. Don't forget the shop, nearly opposite th e Court House. W. A.CHAMBERLAIN. Towanda, Nov. G, 1865. TAISSOLUTIOX.—The co-partnership liere- tolore existing between S. T. A J. H. Wiggins, in the Blacksmithing business, in Burlington twp., is this day (March 15, '66), dissolved by mutual consent. The books and accounts will be in the hands of S. T. Wiggins two weeks for collection, after which tilne all unsettled accounts will be left in the hands of proper officers for collection. May 17. '66.—3w_. SHERIFF'S SALE.—By virtue of a writ O of Fi. Fa., issued out of the Conit of Common Pleas ot Bradford county, to me directed and delivered will be exposed to public sale at the Troy House in the Boro' of I'roy. MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1866, at 1 o'clock p. m. the following described lot piece or parcel of laud situate in Armenia twp., bounded and described as follows to wit : north by lands of Simon and Dwight Morgan, east by land of H. A . Case, south by lands of J B. Morgan and west by the public highway. Con taining 130 acres more or less, about 80 acres improved, with a log house, framed barn and a few fruit trees thereon. Siezcd and taksn into execution at the suit of Pom eroy Brothers vs. John Bixby jr. J. M. SMITH, Towanda, May 24, 1866. Sheriff. P 0 R SALE OR RENT. A valuable Hotel property, the Bradford House, lo cated on the south side of the depot at Waverly N. Y. Connected with it are two barns, a large Garden, fruit trees and two wells of solt water. For terms inquire of C. F. SMITH, Proprietor. May 24, '66.—tf. FISH OF ALL KINDS FOR SALEILY E. T. FOX. TFAS OF VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY are selling at moderate prices et Sspt. 25 , 865. FOX'S. otttelt & ®o.'o sTeto ®oo&0. rjIHE GREATEST ATTRACTIONS IN GOODS EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET, POWELL &c CO., Have now in ntore the largest stock of goods everexhib iied in Northern Pennsylvania. Additions will con stantly be made to this stock during the season, and it will at all times be found FULL AND COMPLETE in all its departments, i We invite the particular attention of our customers to | oar magnificent display of FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS ! Which we offer at prices much below those of last year. We have given special care to onr selections in this line and are now able to exhibit the newest,most fashionable, and most desirable styles to be obtained. Our new stock all colors of Plain and Plaid French Merinos, Empress Cloths. Striped Melanges, Striped and Plaid Poplins. Taffetas, Lamas, Tinsel Poplins, Paris Crepes, Reps, Plain and Brocade Alpacas, Poll de Chev res, Delaines and Armases, Bright Plaids for children's wear, and a great variety of other Dress Fabrics. MOURNING DRESS GOODS. Black French Merinos, Bombazines, Tamese Cloths, Baratheas, Mohair Lustres, Itlack and White Check and Striped Poplins and Alpacas, Double and Single Fold All Wool Delaines, and a full line of those High Lustred Black Alpacas, at a great redaction in price. • LADIES' CLOTHS, CLOAKINGS AND j SACKINGS. A BPLENDID ASSORTMENT. Beaver Cloths, Tricots, Velvet Cloths, Cassimere Sack ings, Plain and Twilled Black Broadcloths, of all prices all colors of Plain and Fancy Sackings, Opera Flannels, <kc., &c. GLOVES AND HOSIERY. Ladies, Misses and Childrens White and Colored Cot ton, Fleeced and Merino Hose, Ladies Merino Vests and Drawers, Gloves of every description at low prices. : LINENS & HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ; Bleached, Half Bleached, and Unbleached Damask Ta- ! ble Linens, Napkins, Towels, Towellings, Scotch and i Russia Diapers, Bleached and Unbleached Huckabncks, 1 Crashes, liish Linens, Ac., 10-4 and 9-4 Sheetings, | Pillow Case Cottons, Counterpanes, Draping Muslins, Shaker Flannel Sheetings, Rose Blankets, Ac., Ac. CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES. Esquimaux, Moscow and Castor Beaver Cloths, French and Herman Black Broadcloths, Doeskins, Fancy Cas- ! simeres, Tweeds,(Meltons, Satinetts, Union Cassiineres, | Jeans, Ac., Ac. ALSO, All qualities Plain White, Shaker and Welch Flannels, Fancy Shirting, Miners, Red and Gray .Plain and Twilled Flannels, and a full assortment of DOMESTIC COTTON GOODS, At the Lowest Market rates. I SECOND FLOOD.; We are now opening and desire to call special atten- ! tion to our unusually large stock of FINE CLOAKS. As we make this department of our business a special- 1 ity, we have given it much time and attention. Our se- j lections have been made from the newest styles in the market, and our Cloaks are manufactured in a manner j that cannot fail to please, and give entire satisfaction. , SHAWLS ! SHAWLS ! Having made eur purchases before the recent great ! advance in price, wejare able to offer decided bargains j in Ladies, Misses and Childrens Double and Single j Shawls. Our present stock tar surpasses in extent and [ variety, any purchases we have ever before made in this ! line, and we have availed ourselves of the most favor- j able time to select the choicest and most desirable goods ; in the market. BON TON FLEXIBLE SPRING SKIRT THE NEWEST AND BEST PATENT CRINOLINE YET INVENTED. W e have now on hand a good assortment of these cel ebrated Skirts, In White and Colored. ALSO, The Eugenie, Empress, Paris Trail, Multiform, and a variety of other popular makes jot Skirts in all sizes for Ladies Misses and Children. CARPETS AND FLOOR OIL CLOTHS. Brnssels, Three Ply, Extra Snper, Superfine. Ingrain, Kidder, and Hemp Carpets. All widths Floor Oil Cloths Mattings, Door Mats 4 and Rugs. Anew stock just re ceived. BOOTS AND SHOES. j Having.made arrangements with manufacturers to . supply our sales with the best quality of Boots and Shoes, we shall at all times be able to furnish our custo mers with the best custom made Shoes of all kinds. j for Ladies, Misses and Children, and Boots for Mens and ! Boys wear, at reasonable prices. We shall also keep con stantly on hand a complete assortment of Mens.Womens and Children's Rubbers and Ar' t Overshoes. HATS AND CAPS. A splendid assortment of Mens and Boys Hats and j Caps just received. Having closed out oar old stock almost entirely previous to onr late purchases, we now offer an entire new stock of the latest styles. PAPER HANGINGS & TRANSPARENT WINDOW SHADES. We are now receiving large additions to onr stock ot Wall Papers, Transparent and Trim mings Window Papers, Ac., Ac. Dan Hire's (firms. - "■.Trf}tir7tnr± ——- rjlllK LARGEST EXHIBITION ON EARTn! WILL KXHIBIT AT ATHENS, TUESDAY, JUNE 12, TOWANDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, TROY, THURSDAY, JUNE 14. ■ i DAN RICE'S MAMMOTH CIRCUS AND MANAGERIE ! DAN RICE STILL LIVES ! INSTRUCTIVE AND REFINED AMUSEMENT. ©4l RICU'S Interesting School of EDUCATED ANIMALS! A Choice and Rare Menagerie „ In conjunction with a FULL and REFINED CIRCUS COMPANY! THE TRIPLICATE FEATCRES 80 arranged as to form TWO SEPARATE and DIS TINCT EXHIBITIONS under the same Puviiion, and for ONE PRICE OF ADMISSION. | THE SCHOOL OP BIMIiSMS! §Col. DAN RICE SOLE DI&ECTOU AND TRAINER comprises some of the most inter esting and In tell ire nt specimens of the brute creation ever intro duced tolhrpui !iivuii"n;z \\ hieU will be found A HERD OF SACRED CATTLE Objects .f v. or Hp nmontr the <6/ hcuiuht-.1 b-:t!.n. and held in // it V V\* tlH ' mby allclass.-f. y .-A / Tlwso bcHUtil .i and interesting I \ I / \ animals a r o tlio oidv creatures I i ' ! <'fthtir hind to be seeu out ot their native country. Monster Elephant - /f. ROMEO! *'"* ' Vofh " f "ll^nnlbal.- % 1 • M nt ti blephAiit e this RK; IrK/isr cavEa. THE nrAfTiriu. §rabr:m ff-rith Jiorse STEPHEN A. UOI'IiLAS J TllE WOXDKIIFUL A Blind Talking ITorse EXCELSIOR, JH. Tim moat astonishing, b -ar.tif.l, / 1111(1 - pit ie!v f c S auii i.! I >cr know n, and o. • v h>m . \Wf*2t KIOE.-X. r. i>. 1 „r,.: - K: "Tif\ JMgreoof i ..... .. . cannot I w ' £ni "'" 3 Y' s ' ■ vl y \ \'xFfn • 7 u.iry and ir?rijnifi mt i:bn \ \ Lof the ! V .rol't'.r l.u: n r lnd hf A > over t; •• in>tiiicti\f J . uliit -of 7%. A'' th- hr. t •. 7 JfM THE IDEHAGERIL j, ls ' and Orrdtjiolo I \ VlSpjßl picfll I jniL*r . 1.1 a'ti;rn < a 1 ' ' ' . j , gw, in whi.-li will be Poind flfr UQNS, TIGERS. LEOPARDS. pJHr >*'?'jjj villi i. .i.;•■ i- llir'j 111 varimia 1 <l uar! " iM'l'thc gl. l i'. j t ifca gliT (site i mmm easts Will he vxhiMtnl by y?? Arifci'ici'i. ren-.ptevr. AjpArK lit :■ M.tTINi: o:ffp; I A!:.l Bi.W. i;i>; AlilM ;.M l'l:i'lli:i .ilii, i.ntv i 1,, t ii. l.< irluli; A N TIOEK, a bvanUAit aiiccfmen; a ipcci iii, ti of lli'.t wry rare nuininl, TH2 Tj, J ..CA, or J IVSB EoC. A Trot!" ..f • •.•I'.rtfra SHETLAND I'ONIKS, lid..,n ' v MnNKKY JOCKKYB. jjfL THE CIRCUS COMPANY! V Which ii organized undcrthc solo dfrcctb-i! • f > TVTi't. TDA TsT RICE, will! • found to number the r. tr fmd ard i , t-d I uiti.-ta in the prufewion: is hum arc Mr S. Stickney. Jr., Mdme. S.ickney, Mr. Geo. Derious, Kr. Geo. Mr. Sila3 Laldwiu, Kr. Fred, l-arcla-, and otku-iAofrqnul repnte,nrd V.r. [!ic-' fde'e> fclfthat Ib.* | rformniicea in the J : i.at V i.l 1 ■? <-t m • i n charucti r, 11 ;t ishilo the iimct tioi •%*. Injr, pliall Jind iio opportunitv for eavil or ul jc ti.n. the most ardent admirers tnuestriun bki!l lannt.i fail o! being thoroughly grutlfleu. SPECIAi: NOTICE, jr. Order of Performances. •/lie EXHIBITION OF MENAGERIE m&Mmwl of Educated Animals. The Shetland Ponies and Monkey Jockeys. The Elepbnnt Romeo and Pro fessor I.nnirworthy*s I>cn of Wild Beast— uiiii • Lkciurk on the \Vondeis and Purposes of the Ani mal Lreation, by Das RICE. Intermission of Ten MinuUs. Durinr which, those who do not desire to wi.n. rbe Equestrian Performances, will have an o;.port unit) . ? retiring At the expiration of the intermission,the Ent'-rtain mcntst ftlio Arena will commence. In the coi - ~i the in compliance with a : expressed desire ILICIU will don the inotler, and for the flist time, in nisny years, appear as CLOWN and JESTER. SAM STICKNEY, JH, thi' favorite Jcst. r and Vocalist, and the tr.Urt. , ;• of Mii/j and Ft mil V At title, will ttp(;i*ar in a ttrnJ a AND PI.KAAINO F KoGEA Su Mr. pr-A GRAND STREET will signalise the entrance of tho establish© i nt int liu town, at lu A. M. Tliia procieaiou rx l> in DAZZLING MAGNIFICENCE! anything of tho kind attempted on this contincm, and w ill boUd by the now* and beautiful GOLDEN b W A N i HA RIOT, containing COLSCN*9 NORI IIAVy <T KRN C oRNUT BAND,drawn by TWENTY > pesb thor>ugnired ARABIAN lIORSKts an*l followed b? ROMEO, tho MONSTER ELEPHANT, with DP in edarits, Gamol.-s Trick Horses, Ponies, Mules, ' aren. IK us, Ya iM| Gurriages, Ac. r Remember that DAN KICE wiil ai tively appear in both Exhibition* J 1 t As LECTURER in tho Menagerb 2nd. As GLOWN antl JESTER lnthoGir. ua T' r full partiM bra, see Pinal! bills. A011...-m u to i >dth under un > is of :ige, *26 c-.'.ts, or iMliitiaal ai<. ithi-r Exhibition, separate, the tains. J. E. WARNER, Genl Agent jnmfjdnWje: SPRING GOODS I W. A. ROCKWELL, Is receiving a large stock cf Spring Goods at the great REDUCTION IN PRICES, and offers them at corresponding prices. Comprising a well selected assortment of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, DE LAIN E, ALPACAS, LAWNS, CHALLAS, THIBET AND CANTON CLOTH, ALPACA, BERAGE, POPLINS, TRIMMINGS & BUTTONS TO MATCH. CLOTHS, CASSIMFRES, SATTINETTS, TWEEDS, KENTUCKY JEANS, Of all descriptions for men and boys. YANKEE NOTIONS Too numerous to mention. IIARD W ARE, A good assortment on hand CROCKERY, Is in full and complete supply. GROCERIES. Teas, Coffee, Sugar and Molasses, at greatly reduced j prices. LEATHER, A supply of Sole and Upper on hand. WOOD E N WARE, Tubs, Pails, Broom 3, Ac. TOYS FOR CHILDREN. Cabs, Carts, Chairs, and toys to please them all. April 9.1666. jyr E W SPRING GO 0 D S ! J. W. TAYLOR, Is just receiving a large aud well selected stock of Spring Goods ot the best qualities, and choice styles, having purchased them when goods were the lowest, he feels tally confident that he can sell to please all. A large aesortment ol Dress Goods, variour colors and styles. A tine liue of French Poplins, the gem ot the season. Come and see them, all wool Alpacca Poplins, a gen eral assortment of BLACK A.\D COLORED ALPACAS, and a very great variety of other dress goods- too nu merous to mention. A complete line ol Mourning goods, Detains, Prints, Ginghams, BLACK Ai\D WHITE BALMORALS, Hoop Skirts i large quantities, from three yards to three and ah if arcund, and splendid assortment of GLOVES AND HOSIERY.- Ladiei'and Gents kid gloves. Dress Trimings and But tons to suit all. Ladies' Cloths, Brab, Black and White, and Black Repeilant Cloth, SPIIING SHAWLS, Bleached and Unbleached Muslin, Sheeting. Crash, Scotch Diapers, brown and white table linen Napkins, and a full line of White Goods, Jaconet, Nansook, Swiss. Mull, Victoria Lawn, Striped Muslin. Dimity taeked Muslin, a nice assortment of BLACK AND COLORKD DRESS SILKS. A large quantity ot Embroidery CHEAP. Gent's Neck Ties, Paper Collars and Hosiery. One of the largest and best selected STOCK OF MILLINERY GOODS ever brought in this market and cheap. All the latest styles and novelties of the season, in Bonnets, Gipsies, Ac.. Ribbons. Ac., Flowers to suit every one. White Embroidery, Hoods and Caps for infants, Ladies' and Misses' Hats, the Sailor,margaretta derby, and all styles too numerous to mention. Having secured the services of MISS MOSHER, I feel coufident we can please all, and all kinds of Milinery work done on short notice. I invite the people of Towanda and vicinity to call and examine my stock ol goods and judge for themselves ; no trouble to show goods, one door north of the Post Office. April 9, 1866. TJOMESTIC GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES! CALL AND SEE. AT MONTANYE'S. Feb. 5,1866. 0 M. CEANDALL & CO., MXtiCFACTUKERS OF FLAX-WHEELS, WOOL-WHEELS, SNAP-REELS, WHEEL-HEADS, Ac., MONTROSE, PA. FLAX-WHEELS AT THE MONTROSE WHEEL FACTORY Wholesale and Retail. GRANDMOTHER HERSELF AGAIN! We can furnish you with a Whe< which we will war ant to give entire satisfaction anc which yourself will say is fit to GRACE YOUR PARLOR. FATHER If you wish to hear the music of Industry and Econo my in your house, remember the best teacher is a GRANDMOTHER'S PIANO. MOTHER! If you wish your daugnterto be useful as weilasorn mental, teach her to divide her spare time between the Melodeon and the LITTLE WHEEL. BROTHER ! Buy one for your sweetheart, and thus, while making her an "elegant present," convey a polite hint as to what you shall expect of her wtieu you move on that " NEW FARM." SISTER ! Ask your .lather to give you a Wheel; tell him you don't want to be a " LILY OF THE VALLEYS LITTE BOY ! Show your mother how your pants "rip" and how the buttons come oB when you "slide down hill" because sbe wi II use "STORE THREADS LITTLE GIRL ! If your folks get one of Ciandall's Flax-Wheels, you can do some of the work, for there is a place fixed on purpose to hold the Spool, so that if yon are small you can DO THE REELING. EVERYBODY Ought to buy a Wheel and teach the rising generations to depend on their own resourcas. Then indeed, as now. shall the American people be a great and independent nation—aud may the inheritance of each of our child ren be ONE FLAG, ONE COUNTRY, and TWO FLAX WHEELS! N. B—Merchants and Dealers wishing te purch ise to sell again, will please address by mail when Ist of prices "card samples ' Ac., will be sent. All goods packed in j shipping order ; and all orders will receive prompt at tention, C. M. CBANDALL. Montrose, Pa., Dec. 20,1865. RUTABAGA TURNIPS, SWEDISH do. j also Bceand Carrot See .is by the pound at FOX S ; SUGARS IN EVERY STYLE FOR SALE 1 cheap, wholesale and retail, at FOX'S. I Crgal. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE —Notice is hereby given, thst G persons indebted to Urn i estate of HIGH AKO NOiiTHitUl'foU, ol iloiiroe towp., deceased, are requested to makg immediate payment; and those having claims against safd estate will present thera duly authenticated far settlement. ) "i-RANKMN NOBMHBOP, I May 24, 1866. Administrator. ADM INIBTR AT() ll' S N OTIC E.-Noticc is hereby given, that all persons indebted to tire j estate of JaMha V. HJNMAN, late of Wysox, ' deed., are requested to make immediate payment I and those having demands against said estate will pres ' entthem duly authenticated lor settlemeut. EUSTICK COOLBAUGH, May 3, 1866. Administrator. ADMINISTRATRIX NOHCE.-Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate jof K. P. SHAW, deed, late ot Sheskequin twp., are requested to make immediate paymeul, and tho ,e ■ having demands against said estate will present tiicm I duly authenticated for settlement. ! EMELINE SHAW, ' May 3, 1866. Administratrix. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice is hereby given, tbat ail persons indebted to the es tate of H. is. Davidson deceased, late of Ulster, are requested to make immediate payment, and those having demands against said estate will present them duly authenticated lor settlement. 1 SARAH DAVIDSOM, G. H. VANDYKE, May 24,'(>6. Administrators. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE—Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to thees tateof GEO. H. WELLES, late of Athena tp. dee'd, are requested to make immediate payment, and all having claims upon said estate will present them duly authenti cated for settlement. JAMES H. WELLES, A. H. SPALDING, May 24, 18GS. Administrators. ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE.—NOTICE IS hereby given, tbat all persons indebted to the es tate of D. 0. FITCH, late of Canton twp., dee d are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against saiu estate will present them duly authenticated for settlement. LYDA FITCH, May 26, 1866. Administratrix. ADMINISTRATRIX NOTicE.-Letters of administration ot the goods, chattels, Ac. of j JAMES FALSEY late oi Frauklin towp., deceased, have been issued to the subscriber. All persons indebt ed to said estate are requested to make payment, and all persons having demands against the same are notified to present the same lor settlement to the subscriber. CATHARINE FALSEY, May 24, '66. Administiatrix ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE—Notice is hereby given that al! persons indebted to the es- I tatc of JXO CHAMPION, late oi Windham, deceased, are requested to make payment, without delay, and those having claims against said estate must present them duly authenticated lor settlement. JAMES ELLSWORTH, May24,lSG6. Administrate^ i ADMINIS'R'S NOTlCE.—Notice is liere- I by given that all persons indebted to the estate ot ! JOSEPH ARDRUS, late of Columbia twp.. Bradford i County, dee'd, are requested to make payment without ! delay and all having claims against said estate are re i quested to present them uuly authenticated lor >ettle ; Lut. B. F. KNAPP. ■ May 24, 1866. Administrator. SHERIFF'S SALES.—By virtue of a writ lO ol Fi. Fa., issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of .Bradford county, to uie directed and delivered, will be exposed to public sale at the t uutl House iu the Boro' oi i'owanda. SATURDAY, JUNE 16,1866, at one o'clock, p. m., the following de cribed lot piece or parcel ol land situate in Ltray.-.viLe nolo, bounded as loliows '.o wit on the b 1 itli by lauds uwi.ed by Chauu I cy Seymour, on the east by the piiu.ie highway running noitU and south through me satu boro , on the south hy land oi Josiah Beuhaui aui the road leadiug west lroni said boro" ol Leiaysville to the west school home m Pike twp.,and on the west by iand owned by M. B. Pol ter and occupied as a iauuery and laud ol Joseph H. Marsh. Containing nine acres more or less all im proved, with a trained dwelling house, iramed barn, cow shed and an old Blacksmith's shop thereon. I ALsu—Due other piece or paieel ol laud situate in said boro' of Leraysviile. toundid as lolfows to wit : on the north ana cast by land ol Lhauucey Seymour, souih by lauu oi Josiah Btt-haui, ai.u west oy the public highway running ninth and s ulh through the said bolo . Containing one acrisot laud niuie or less all im proven with an apple oichuru Iheteou. ALSU— Due other piece or parcel ol land s.tuale in the sail boro. ' of LeKaysviile. bounded as loliows to wit : ou the nu.lli by tue" public highway us aluresaid run uing west lioiu saiu Ltio , tusl L-y u,i.d ol Josiah Beu bam, and south and west i>y lands of Joseph li. Marsh. Containing two acre.-, more or it-.-s. ail unproved. itemed and lakiii mio execution at foe suit -1 John A A. S. Baluwiu v. James S. Baldw :u. ALSO—The following described lot piece or parcel of land situate frwe 11 twp.. bounded as loliows to wit; beginning at the south-nest corner oi Ihe Annis Bram ard lot (.so called), thence notth 2:.ij° west by said Brain aru's lot 10 perches to the ceuler oi tu e highway lead ing lrow Pottervuie eastwaruiy to Warren by the house ol Henry Taylor, tueuce soum 604° west aloug the cen ter of said highway 11 perches to the center ot the high way leadiug southwardly iruui l'oiterviiie by the house oi Thomas Blanoiug's, thence south lo° east along the center ot last mentioned highway y perches to a corner, thence north tuj 3 east 14 perches and 5 links to me place ot beginning. Lontuiiiing ilu perches more or less ail improved. A uiie oilier lot piece or parte! oi land situate iu said twp ol Orwell, bounded and described as ioliovs to wit : beginning at a point in the center ol tin- high way leading eastwardly 10 Warren by the house ol Hen ry Taylor. tueuce south 004- east lo ptreues to a post thence south b'Jp west, 7 0-10 perches to stake and stones, thence north 304° west 10 perches to a post in center ot said highway, thence north 5114-' east along the center oi said highway 76-to peaches to His plate oi be ginning. Containing 76 squate perches more or less, all improved, with a trained dwelling house and barn there on. , ~ . , Seized and taken into execution at the suit of L. H. ' -.WW J.M. &MITH. jfowanda, May 24, 106. sheriff. ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.—By virtue oi an order issued out of the Orphan's Court ol Brad tord County, the unuersigued Executor of the es tate ot Hiruiu Bennett, dec u., late ot said county, will .-til on the premises, on SA LLIiDA i , June 0, 2 o clock, i> . in., the toliuwiug property situate m Burlington twp, hounded and described as loiiows ; Beginning at a pos soulh-wfcst corner oi a lot now or lately in p>.-.-e.-siuu of George Bennett, thence west 100 pr to a white ink tree for a corner, thence north 102 pr. to a hemlook tree lor a corner, thence east 100 pr. to a white oak, thence south 102 pr. to the place of beginning. Containing 1U ucies and 40 perches, it being the same land now in puasess.ou ot EuoS Bennett, aOuut 00 acres improved, .jUc iramcd house, one ilainvd oain and a lew unit tiees theieou. lerms : 125 ol the purchase money to be paid at the time ol sale, and one hall ol tue balance upon h nai continuation una the balance in hue jear thcreatter. B. M. t'LCK, Admiuivtiator. BRIDGE LETTING. — Sealed Proposal* will be received at the house ot James L". Currier, in Warren, until 2 o clock p. m-, on 1 nuiy, June >s. Go, lor the building and completing a Budge across Wap paseuiug Creek, at ibat place. Sp.cincitious tor t the same uuy be seen at the house ot James C. Curi'.er, in Warren and at the Commissioner s Office, lor ten days previous to the letting ol ihe same. v W.B DOG 08, 1 JUHN BEAP.DSI.EB, J- Com'rs. STERNE McKEE ) Commissioner's Office, May it', off. r U T 11 E R ' S MILLS, BURLINGTON, I'A. The proprietor, having rebuilt his Flouring Mill in Bur lington, and taken pains in selecting articles, and the most improved machinery, it is uow completed in order for all kinds ol Flouiiug. CUSTOM WORK DONE AT SHORT NOTICE. with cheerful attendants, who will see to yonr wants in good order auu with general satisfaction. #jrCaah paid tor Grain. April 17, 1 stiff. ROSWELL LI TIIER. LFIRESH GOODS ! FRESH GOODS ! HUMBHREY BROTHERS, Are now opening at the Store formerly occupied by J. D. Humphrey & Co., a splendid assortment of BOOTS AND SHOES, Comprising all the latest styles of Men's, Boys' and Youth's Boots and Brogans. Men's, Boys'and Youth's Gai'ers and Balmorals. Men's. Boys' and Youth's Ties and Slippers. Women's, Misses' A Children's Lace A Congress Gaiters. Women's, Misses' & Children's Kid A Lasting ba.uioral Woman's, Misses' & Children s i>u?kms & clippers. They would also invite the u teution of the public to their stock of Carriage and Team Harness, Ladies and Gents' Saddles, Friench and Belgian Trunks Traveling, Bags, Reticules, Ac., Ac. Tuwanda, April 10, 1860. WANTED.— A CANAL BOAT, IN GOOD condition, and with tight hatches—to carry about 30 tons. Address with particulars as to price Ac. April 9, 1860.—4t Box 126, FiUatou, Fa. Bath BRI c R at FOX'S. BROOMS AND PAILS, WHOLESALE and retail, at bOX S. B LIST'S PHILADELPHIA GARDEN SEEDS tot; sale by _ March 7, 66'. E - T. FOX.