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LOCAL A XL) GENE HAL
bsLT W A. Rockwell will remove
on the first day of April to the store occu
pied by George Stevens. Mar. '25.
S&i . Mr. WM. T. POST, lias been ap
pointed and confirmed as Postmaster at
Elinira. in place of PICKERING, removed.
I&r A Fire occurred in Elniira on
Thursday last, destroying dwelling houses
owned by Wilson Dean, Patrick Daily and
Chauncey Smith. An attempt was made
on Monday to burn the Depot, which came
very near proving a success.
lhe Inter"al Revenue Asses,
sois are now engaged in the assessment ot
the Income Taxes iu accordance with the
law of Congress. The time for assessment
is changed from May to March. Under the
new law One Thousand Dollars is exempt
instead of Six Hundred as heretofore.
CHURCH DEDICATION. —The uew M.
E. Church in Waverly, N. Y . will be dedi
cated to the worship of Almighty God (D.
V.) on Thursday, April 4. Preaching at
HI 1-2 P. M., by Rev. H. Mattison ; and at
7 i P. M., by Rev. B. I. Ives. Ministers and
brethren of adjoining charges are invited to
participate in the services.
SHAD IN THE SUSQUEHANNA. —The first
shad caught in the Susquehanna since the
alteration of the Columbia dam, were net
ted near Fairview, Cumberland County,—
nearly opposite this city—on Friday last.
It is now ascertained to be a fact that shad
can come up the river, and the prospect is
that numerous fisheries will be established.
Pike, rock and other migrating fish are said
to have made their appearance in great
abundance.— Jfarrisburg Patriot and Union.
HOUSE BURNED. —The dwelling house
of Mr. Geo. Mead, about three miles east of
this village, on the opposite side of the
Susquehanna, was destroyed by tire, to
gether with furniture, clothing, Ac., on
Saturday last, in the absence of the family
from home. There being no insurance on
the property the loss tails heavily upon Mr.
Mead and his family, presenting a case
which appeals strongly to the sympathies
of the public for material aid.— Oicego Gaz.
A " SMALL '' FAMILY. —There is a
woman living in Rush township, Susque
hanna county, named RUTH ROSENKRANS,
aged H8 years and 7 months, who is the
mother of twelve children, the grandmoth
er of umety-one. the great-grandmother of
two hundred and twenty-two, and the great
great-grandmother of twenty-four children
-making in all three hundred and forty
nine. She is in very good health, and is
able to knit a pair of socks in three day's
THE NEW JAIL. —The Montrose Re
publican says : That the new jail in Mont
rose is to be built by the county, under the
snperiutendency of Mr. Avery Frink. Mr.
Frink is a very energetic man, of much ex
perience in building, and no doubt the
the work will be well performed by him.—
We understand that he has a fine quarry on
his farm near Montrose, from which he in
tends to take the stone for the new build-
COUNTERFEITER ARRESTED. —An indi
vidual, calling himself Dr. Henry Corsner,
and living in Thomson, this county, was ar
rested a few days ago for passing counter
feit money, and on Friday last had an ex
amination before S. B. Chase, Esq., U. S.
Commissioner for this couuty, at Susque
hanna Depot. Counterfeit notes to the
value of $l5O, on the Fourth National Bank
of Philadelphia, were found on his person.
After a hearing he was forwarded by rail
to Williamsport, where he will remain jug
ged until the June term of Court. It is be
lieved Corsner was employed to dispose of
the bills, as no dies or tools were found in
his possession. — Pennsylvanian.
Stxt" At a meeting of Towanda Di
vision. No. 103. Sons ot Temperance, the
following resolution was adopted :
Whereas, It has pleased our Heavenly
Father in His inscrutable wisdom, to re
move by death from our circle and midst,
onr much esteemed and highly respected
sister, Miss MYRA BUTTY, who has long
been an honored and consistent member of
our order, and by her ladylike deportment
and christian grace has endeared herself to
us all. Therefore be it
Resolved, That we tender to her afflicted
and bereaved friends the heartfelt condol
ence and sympathy of this Division.
Resolved, That a committee be appointed
to transmit a copy of these resolutions to
her sorrow stricken friends.
(Signed by Committee.)
Dun - OF TOWNSHIP AUDITORS. —It
may not be generally known that a general
law of the Legislature, approved April 17,
1800, requires the bounty accounts of every
district to be carefully audited by the Town
ship Auditors, and "prepare a condensed
statement of the condition of these finances,
and publish the same, at the cost of the dis
trict for three successive weeks, in two pa
pers.' It not only requires this duty to be
performed by the Township Auditors, but
imposes a penalty of fifty dollars upon each
Auditor who refuses to comply, one-half of
which goes to the prosecutor, nnd the oth
er half to the school fund of the district.—
ft provides, also.that the Auditors shall no
tify the School Directors or other parties
having the disbursement of the bounty
funds, to appc.tr before- them at si.eh a time
as the Auditors shall fix. for the purpose of
enabling the Auditors to close up the boun
ty accounts of the towuship for the fiscal
The above act may be found on page 778
of the Pamphlet Laws of 1866.
CANTOS, March IS), 1867.
Mr. GOODRICH. —We had a lecture on
Temperance here last evening, from Gen.
PATTON, of Towanda, to a large audience,
in the church of the Disciples ; which was
a rare treat to ns. The versatility of the
General's talents enables him to sway the
feelings of his audience in any direction he
chaoses—at one moment he excites them
to iudignation ; then to pity and tears ;
and then, before their cheeks are dry, he
will have them convulsed in laughter. He
is certainly the best temperance revivalist
we have had among ns.
Th meeting was opened by prayer, by
Eider If.• , CHLI.L ; and, at the close of it,
the temperance pledge was circulated
among the aecuence, and just one hundred
Olsons signed it. There was also a num
ber persons who signed au agreement to
form a lodge of Good Templars.
The Genera! was offered pay for his time
ind expenses, but, different from most lec
turers, he refused to receive any. Wher
ever intemperance prevails his services
should be secured.
LIST OF PERSONS drawn March 20,
1867, to be Jurors in a Court of Quarter
Sessions, Orphan's Court, Oyer and Termi
ner and Common Pleas, for May Term, A.
OH AND JURORS.
.!//•<us hep. -William Sawyer.
Canton twp. —Charles W. Landon.
l-Vanklin. —Charles W. Stevens.
Litchfield. —Cheater Merrill, David Struble
Orwell. —Geo. W Brown.
Overton —Edward McGovern.
Pike— Stephen S Huehinson,. Josiah A
Standing Stone —Myron Vanness.
Sheshequin —Obediah Gore, Alanson Love
Sylvania —Eli Burrett.
Smithfield —John Bird Jr.
Towanda Boro —James Elliott.
Troy twp— Simon Congdon.
Terry —Hiram L Terry.
I Ister —Edward Walker, John Gilmour.
Weirren —Harrison Whitaker.
Wysox. —Amos York.
H ilrnot— Hiram E Pond, Lyman Ashcralt
Windham —Ransom W Darling.
TRAVERSE JURORS —FIRST WEEK.
Asylum —Ulysses Moody, Samuel Kelhun.
Albany —Daniel Burdick.
Athens Boro Charles Comstock, Charles
Burlington West —John Bluckwell.
Burlington Boro —Harry Gott.
' anion hop —William Bates, Goodwin Full
er, Orrin Montgomery.
Franklin - Trunk S Rice, John Cole 2d.
Granville —Hiruiu Kittle, Yolney Bovier.
llerrick— Solomon Stevens, John Nesbit.
Litchfield — Alsop Baldwin.
Lei lay sciUe —Noble Canfield.
Oriretl -George Smith, Josiah J Newell.
Rome twp— Lewis Goff.
Ridgbury— John Carr, Vincent Owens.
Springfield —Asahel Parmerter, V R Gates.
Standing Stone— William Stevens.
South Creek— Cyrus Burke.
Smithfield —A T Allen.
Shesheqnii t —ll Clay Kinney.
Towanda twp —David Swartwood, Andrew
Towanda North —Wm H Foster.
Towanda Boro —Gilbert II Drake.
Terry —Joseph H.Horton, Charles Viall
Tusearora —Samuel Overton.
Ulster— Lorenzo Watkins. Nelson Olm
II 'ysox Morgan.D Strickland.
Wyalusing —Almond Stone, Geo. S Good
win, Lorenzo Allen.
Warren —Loren Pendleton, Ira W Corbin.
Windham —Henry Dunham.
Wells —Jacob S Ayres.
Wilmot —Joseph Gamble.
Athens twp— Jeremiah French, John Mills
John H Murray.
Alliens Boro— Zebulon Spalding.
Albany— Clark Babcock.
Alba —James Fellows.
Burlington hop —William Shiner.
Columbia —John Gurnett.
Canton twp -Sullivan Hickok.
Franklin —Harvey Kellogg.
Granville —Luman Putman, David Sayles,
Elain Bailey, Charles Clark.
llerrick —Ezekiel Mintz.
Monroe Boro —Marvin M Coolbaugli.
Orwell —Georg< Johnson.
Jtidgbury —Lewis Mosher.
Smithfield twp —Virgil Vincent, Augustus
Phelps, Wm Famswoeth.
S}>riiojfield— Charles C Hooker, Nuina P
Stacey, Sylvester Young.
South Creek —Winthrop Y Glynes.
Standing Stone —Nelson Vanness.
Sylvan in—Seth Peck.
Troy twp —N Byron Case, Ambrose Wil
Troy Boro— John H Grant, Edwin C Wil
Ulster —Philander Loomis.
Barren—James M Bowen.
Wyalusing— James Taylor.
Wysox— John Trumble.
Weils —Ahlen Swayze.
A NARROW ESCAPE. —Mr. Edgar Os
terhout, of LaGrange, accompanied by Mr.
Jonathan Jenkins, in driving out of town
on Saturday evening last, met with a seri
ous and almost fatal accident. When near
the north end of the covered bridge at Mar
cy's his horse became frightened and ran
away. In turning on to the bridge both
men were thrown violently from the wagon.
Mr. Osterhout over the perpendicular wing
wall of the abutment, at that point upwards
of twenty feet high, into the edge of the
creek. His fall is supposed to have been
somewhat checked by a small tree into the
branches of which he fell, otherwise instant
death would doubtless have resulted. As
it was, he suffered very serious bodily inju
ries—one or two of the ribs only being
broken, however. These injuries with the
shock received, and the chilling water into
which he fell and for sometime lay, made it
doubtful for several hours as to whether he
could be brought to consciousness and his
life saved. He is now said to be doing
Mr. Jenkins who was not thrown over the
wall, received but slight injuries. The
horses became detached from the wagon
and ran to LaGrange, a distance of four or
five miles. Tunkhannock Democrat.
Lyceum met for the first time
on Monday evening of the 25th inst.. and
was called to order by the President.
The result of their deliberations was a
lively and animated discussion, in which
the merits of the subject under debate, were
handled with such vivacity and interest,
nearly every member present participating,
that a question of such import.at a junction
so critical and an age so enlightened as the
present was not laid without pity on the
table, as was the case in regard to the pe
tition of our sisters to Congress nearly a
year ago, but was decided a subject worthy
of still more attention and the question :
Resolved, That the elective franchise be
extended to women,
Was therefore reserved for the discussion
of one evening farther.
T. M. WILLOT, Sec'y,
THE GOOD TIME HAS COME.—IN look
ing over our files of New York city papers,
we observe that during the jmst few weeks
there has been a panic in the Dry Goods
market. ' Over production, stimulated by high
prices, by many of the manufactures of cot
ton and woolen goods, has thrown on the
market large overstocks of goods. The dull
ness of trade throughout both East and West,
has kept buyers from the cities,* and the
result has been heavy failures in the Dry
Goods trade, consequently large quantities
of goods were offered at forced sales with but
few buyers. The panic ensued, and prices
gave way to an extent hitherto unknown in
so short a period. We hail this not as an
harbenger of the "good time coming," but
believe that the good time has come.
Those country merchants whose good for
tune it has been to lay iu stock while this
panic existed, arc enabled to dispose of their
goods at a reasonable profit to themselves,
while selling them at much lower price* the.ii
at any time since the breaking out ef the
Rebellion We cannot bnt rejoice at tbls,s
there are thousands whose limited means
prevented them supplying their wants at the
high prices which have ruled for the past
In this connection we will add, that Powell
<fc Co., have availed themselves of the advan
tages above alluded to, and are now receiv
ing their first Spring Stock purchased during
the panic and are offering their- goods at the
DECKER BROS. PIANOS. —Our ox
changes as well as our readers are invited
to note the advertisement of Messrs. Deck
er Brothers, the prominent Piano manufac
turers of No. 91 Blecker street. We inform
the public that a careful and official search,
made at the United States Patent Office in
Washington, has proved that no patent for
an improvement in Pianofortes was ever gran
ted by the United States to any person by
the name of Decker, excejfi to the members of
the firm of Decker Brothers,of New York City.
This declaration has been necesstated by
the fact, that some persons are trying to
sell "Decker Patent rianos," which have
not been manufactured by Messrs. Decker
Brothers—thus misleading quite a number
of persons in the country.—_Y. J". Weekly
HOUSE AND LOT FOR S.U.E. —The sub
scriber being about to remove from the
borough,will sell his House and lot.situated
in the south par '; of Towanda borough, ad
joining the premises of Rev. Mr. Harris.—
Apply on the premises, when terms will he
made known. Possession given iuiinediete
ly. J. 0. BLIGHT.
March 26, 1867. tf.
FOR SALE. —A small House and Lot
on 4th street. For sale at a bargain—pos
session given at once.
JOHN N. CALIFV.
Towanda, March 18, 1867.—iw.
A NEW HOUSE For Sale. Apply to
GEO. P. CASH. March 21.
t@p Valuable House and Lot for
sale, on 2d street, in Towanda Boro, posses
sion given immediately. Enquire of W. T.
Davies, Towanda l'a. ' tf.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF TOWANDA
FINANCIAL AGENT OK THE UNITED STATES,
Deposits received payable ou demand iu
Legal Tender Notes.
Interest allowed on time deposits accord
ing to agreement.
Uneurrent Bank Notes received on depos
it or exchanged for Legal Tender.
U. S- Bonds and 7-30 Treasury Notes
bought and sold.
Highest price paid tor Compound Interest
Drafts payable in any part of the United
States at par for sale.
Drafts payable in England, Scotland,lre
land or Wales, in any amount over one
pound sterling, furnished at lowest rates.
Passage tickets from Liverpool or Queens
town to New York,by the well known Inman
Line, on and for sale.
E. 11. SMITH, Pres.
March 20,'07. N. N.BETTS, jr., Cash.
7-30 TREASURY NOTES—IMPORTANT NO
TICE.- Holders of the August issue of Sev
en-Thirties wishing to convert them into
Five-Twenty Bonds bearing six per rent, in
terest in gold, can now do so at the First
National Bank of Towanda.
This is probably .the most favorable time
to make the conversion. If delayed until
maturity of the notes, the rush will be so
great that the Treasury Department will be
unable to supply the Bonds promptly.
In making the exchange, the interest will
be allowed on the Seven-Thirties to date of
conversion, and the back interest on the
Five-Twenty Bonds paid to same date, in
currency. This interest will be returned to
holders of the Bonds July 1 si, in coin, nuik
iny a c!e<ir profit to them of whatever the pre
mium on gohl is at that time.
Compound Interest Notes—June and Ju
ly Seven-Thirties, also received in exchange
for the new 5-20 Bonds.
Any further information desired in regard
to the above, will be cheerfully given by
calling at the bank.
N. N. BETTS, Jr., Cashier.
Towanda, March 11, 1867.
A large stock of Clover and
Timothy Seed just received at C. B. PATCH'S.
March 14, 1867.
ALVORD A BARBER are now of
fering their large stock of Stationery at re
duced prices. Their assortment of miscel
laneous and standard books is always full.
THE AMERICAN COOKING STOVE.—AN
OTHER GREAT IMPROVEMENT— SIFTING ASHES
MADE EASY. Every housekeeper knows
that the process ot sifting Coal Ashes is at
tended with much inconvenience and an
noyance from dust, Ac., and unless the
ashes are sifted much coal will be wasted
that can be used after sifting. In the Amer
ican Cooking Stove this disagreeable pro
cess is entirely overcome by the ingenious
arrangement of an ash sifter, iu the hearth
or ash box, of the stovt, by means of which
after the grate is dumped into the ash box
the ashes can be sifted in a moment, with
the ash box all closed, and without auy
dust in the room, and the coal and cinders
are all retained in a separate apartment,
and can be returned to the fire chamber, or
be removed elsewhere, and the ash pan can
then be removed containing only the ashes
without any dust whatever. This arrange
ment does away with the old fashioned ash
sifters, and must commend itself to all, and
is another long stride toward perfection,
and must add largely to the already extend
ed reputation of this deservedly popular
stove. This improvement is fully secured
by letters patent.
SHEAR, PACKARD A Co..
17 and l'J Green St., Albany.
For sale by CODDING A RUSSELL,
March 6, 1867-tf. Towanda, Fa.
Isa L. A. Lyon will open a
private school, on Second Street, in the
building recently occupied by Miss Hunt.
Frst term to begin Monday, April Ist, 1867.
TAKE NOTICE. —AII person owing
the firm of C. B. Patch A Co., are hereby
notified that costs will be made if not paid
in 30 days. C. B. PATCH.
Towanda, Feb. 25, 1867.
SOMETHING NEW. —Becoming con
vinced that the wants of the people oi this
anl adjoining Counties warrant me in so
doing, I have constructed at much expense,
two finely arranged Hot Houses for propa
gating Grape Vines, Flowers, and all kinds
of Green House Plants. I devote my whole
time to the business and now offer for sale
the following varieties:
GRAPE VINES —Tona, Allen's Hybrid, Is
raella, Delaware, Hartford Prolific, and all
of the better known varieties, which I offer
at prices that defy competition.
ROSES Geaut des Battailles, Gen. Jac
quiminot, Gen. Washington, La Reins. Vic
tor Verdier, Hermora, Souvenir de Malrnai
son and many other monthlies. Also Moss
and Climbing Bos s.
Among the Miscellaneous Plants will be
found Heliotropes, Pansies, Tuberoses, Ci
neraria. Calceolaria, Carnations, Salvias, Fn
chias of all kinds, Veronica. Myrtles, Gera
niums of all varieties, Verbenas of all col
ours, Tulips, Gladiolus, Dahlias, Ac., Ac.,
in endless variety.
VEGETABLE PLANTS. —Early and late Caul
iflower, Cabbages : Early Wmmngstadt, Ox-
Heart, Large York and Sugar Loaf, Dreei's
Late Drumhead, l.ate lied Drumhead and
Flat Dutch. Sweet said Bell-shaped Pep
pers, Dreer's improved Celery, Bound and
Long Egg Plants. Among many other vari
eties of Tomatos, I would especially call
attention to the "Tilden" Tomato, a new
and choice variety, very early and highly
recommended by all experienced gardeners
and seedmen. Boquets of choice flowers
for sale. All plants nicely packed in moss
and can be carried any distance with safety.
I extend a cordial invitation to all to call
and see the garden.
Towanda, March 1, 1867.-4 m*.
T'lwn Order Books, bound in
convenient form, for sale at this Office.
JHouse to rent in North Towau
i da .about 4 mile from the Court House.—
Enquire of Dr. Porter.
HafDowii with Horse Thieves'.!
Get your Horses Insured! The GBEAT
WESTERN IIOKSE INSURANCE AND DETECTIVE
COMPANY insures Horses and other Live
Stock against death, theft or accident.
J. F. PAYNE, General Agent, Harrisburg,
Pa. Applications for insurance received by
JOHN W. MIX, Agent, Towanda. Pa Of
fice Ist block south of Ward House.
Towanda, Feb. 19, 1867.-6w.
Western Tickets can he had
of C. WARFOBD, Snyder House, Waverly, N.
Y., at the most favorable rates. He is agent
for Lake Shore, the Grand Trunk and con
necting roads, South, West, Canada and
Northern routes, by railway (and Steamers
when navigable). Through trains, West,
5:29 A. M., 6:05 and 10:33, P. M.
Feb. 14, 1867.- 2m.
FTED" GEO. STEVENS will remove on
the first day of April next, to the Mercur
Store, corner of Main and Pine Street.
LUMBER WAGONS FOR SALE.- WE
have for sale, several Lumber Wagons, of
different styles, made of the best materials,
of excellent workmanship, which will be sold
at cf> st. CODDING & HUH EM..
March 6, 1867.
CLOVER SEED.— Large and Small
Clover, and Western Timothy Seed for sale
by W. A. ROCKWELL. March 1 1, 1867.
G F MASON A (TI, BANNERS.—In
vite accounts, discount paper, and make
collections, throughout the United Stntes,
at lowest rates.
State Bank notes received at New York
Gold and silver bought and s >ld.
Government Securities bought at highest
Orders lor the purchase or sale of the va
rious issues of Government Bonds, prompt
Coupons of ten forties, five twenties, and
seven thirties, cashed on presentations.
Interest allowed on special deposits.
Foreign Drafts and Passage Certificates
Towanda, March 11, 1867.
E. T Fox will remove lo the
Mercur Stoic, directly opposite to his pres
ent t ,nd .>n the first day of April.
Towanda, March 6, 1867.
STORE TO RENT— corner store in Put
ton's Brick Bloc!., Towanda, Pa., now occu
pied by Win. A. Rockwell. Possession giv
en first of April. For terms apply to J. G.
PATTON. Feb. 1-1. 1867.
jfcaP' E. F. STEVENS, C. E., Surveyor,
Architect, Ac., Hmi-e. Land and Estate
Agent, offers his serve st. > the public.
Office over Frost's Furniture, Towanda.
Pa. Jan. 10. 1,867.
MA Jill IE b.
VANDYKE—YANNESS— At Camp town.
March 17,1867, by Rev. A. F. Harding,
Mr. Cortlin Vandyke to Miss Marietta A.
Yanness, both of Wyalusing.
DIE b .
WARD—At Homellsvilie, Steuben Co., N.
Y., March 18, 1867. of Consumption, Mrs.
P. C. Ward, wife ol Col. P. Ward,aged
MAYNARD—March 22, Mary 1' Mutant
child of Davis D. an I Marv E. Mavnard.
DISSOLI TION.— TIk; co-partner
ship heretofore existing under the firm
name ol Long Brot.. is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. A Long retiring from the firm.
Burlington boro, March 13,1867.
The Mercantile Business will be continued at
the same place under the same name by the an
ner-igned. All persons indebted to the above
fir.u are hereby requested to make payment im
mediately. PHILANDER LONG.
M. J. LONG.
DISSOLUTION —The firm of Mar
shall Bros. A Co., is this da}' dissolved by
mutual consent. Marshall Bros, will settle ai I
accounts wi.h late firm, and continue 'he busi
ness at the old stand. R. T. MARSHALL.
W. K. MARSHALL,
M. M. MERCUK.
Feb. 12, l*o7.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE In the m a'-
. ter of the estate of li. P. Snyder, dee'd
In the Orphan's Court ot Bradiord County.
The undersigned, an auditor, appointed by
said court to distribute moneys iu the hands ot
Augusta Snyder. Executrix of said estate, (as
shown by Auditor's report, confirmed February
11,1867,) will attend to the duties ot his ap
pointment at his office in the borougli of To
wunda.on Monday, the 22d day of April, 18C7,
at 2 o'clock p. m., and all persons having claims
upon said luuda must present them, or else be
forever debarred from the same.
Mar. h lb, 1867. Auditor.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.— In the mat
tei uj the t stale of Cornelius Quick, dec.
In the Orphan's Court of Bradford County.
The undersigned auditor appointed by said
Court to distribute funds in the bands of the
executor of said estate, will attend to the
duties of his appointment, at his office, in the
borough of Towanda, on Wednesday, 24th day
of April, 1867, at 2 o'clock, p. m., when and
where all persons having claims against said es
tate, must present them, or .>e debarred from
coming in lor a share ot said lands.
March lit, 1867. Auditor.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.—By
virtue o an order issued out ot the Or
plum's Court ot Biadloid county, tlie under
signed Administrator of the estate ot Harrison
Carlisle, deceased, late oi said county, will sell
on the premises, on Saturday, April 13, 1*67,
at 2 o'clock, p. m., the lollowing described lot,
piece or patcei ol land situate in Smithfield tp.
Bounded on the north by lands ol Warren
Chamberliu, on the east by lauds ol Joseph
Carlisle and John Parr, south by lands occupied
by Henry (Juick, and on the west by George
Gordon and Horace Keeler. Containing about
TERMS—SSO to be paid ,d the sale, one-hall
the balance on confirmation! and the remainder
in one year from continuation.
March 16 , 1867. Administrator.
EWFI R M !
At the old stand of J. W. Taylor.
B . A . rR T TES,
Having purchased the entire stock of Uocds
formerly owned by J. W. Taylor, on Main-st.,
one door north of the I'ost Office, in the Boro"
of Towanda, and hiving associated with him
Mr. S. Eastabro 'ks, late from Seranton Pa.,
would respectfully inform the citizens of To
wanda end vicinity that they intend to continue
the Millinery and Fancy Dry flood- V-inc- •-.
heretofore carried on by J - W 'faylor, under
the name and firm o r
B A PETTKS \ CO.,
And would re:pcctfuliy soli it the patronage of
N. B. -The best and most experienced milli
ners will be kept in the M iillnery Department.
B. A. PETI'ES. .S. EASTABROOK3. i
Towanda, March , r >, 1567,-ltm.
DONT FAIL TO CALL AT THE
NEWS ROOM,and if you don't sec what
yon want, ask lor it. AI.VORD A BARBER.
JQ D. KNAI P,
Watch Maker aud Dealer in Gents and Ladies
Watches Chains and Finger Rings, Clocks, Jew
elry. Gold Pens, Spectacles, Silver ware, Plat
ed ware, Hollow ware, Thimbles, Sewing Ma
chines, and other goods belonging to a Jewel
Pellicular attention paid to Repairing, at
his old place near the Post Office, Waverly, N.
Y. Dec. S, 18M—tr.
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO ALL THE
kJ STANDARD Daily and Weekly Papers, re
ceived at the NEWS BOOM.
~VT ALU ABLE FARM FOR SALE.
T The subscriber otters lor sale his farm sit
uate in North .o.vandl, aii iif one mile from
Towanda Borough, ou the ..•: leading from
Towanda to Waverly. Said uiui consists ot t2
acres o.t the east aud about 41 acres ou th
west side of the road. Has a new framed barn
trained dwelling house, aud good fruit thereon,
and is well watered. Terms made easy. For
further particulars enquire ou the premises ot
WM. M. WATTS.
March U, 1867.
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS AT
cost, at the NEWS BOOM.
GREAT SECRET EXPOSED !
Yielded at last to th wishes of friends. Time
and again has the following proposition been
made ; but never exposed until the present.
FIVE YEAKS AX UXREVEAI.EH SE
NKKVK VOL'BKKLF FOK THE SUOCS !
First proposition to be made public :
FRIEND NELSON :—First, I would say, ac
cording to the best calculations, in the* Borough
oi Towanda, there is sold yeaiiy one hundred
thousaud dollars worth ol Boots and Shoes,
mostly slop work of the nio-t interior kir.J
and the people generally are sick of it. Aud
now 1 say to your again, as 1 have belore, en
large your Store make it neat and commodious,
and keep a good stock ol Boots and Shoes, and
you shall be sustained. Most ol the people tie
gin to feel a little above buying their boots and
shoes at Dry Goods Stores ; it looks verdant
and outlandish. We do not ask to make your
goods it it is not convenient. The facilities in
some other localities, where a better choice of
sto i k aud workmen can he hud, may be still bet
ter Aud you have always been in the business
and better understand this one point and im
portaut branch of the Merchant's ait, than
those that deal in Silks and Muslins, aud they, I
believe, would he glad to let this business go
where it belongs ; that, they have done it hereto
fore to accomodate the people ; I do believe if
you wouid opeu a tirst-class Shoe Store the
people would not-go to Dry Goods Stores lo buy
Shoes any mure than they would to Drag Stores
Stop, stop,! what are you talking abouthas
not any one the right .to sell what he pleaseslt
may be, bunot injustice is it right in so large a
place as this, where practical men ore engaged
wholly in this business. It ha-- been given up
in every other place, and according to custom
it will lie here.
Two thousand live hutidied propositions
madeirom customers, is, to bring more ol the
same kind ol Boots and Shoes you brought with
you wheu you came in town seven years ago. I
Bare neve seta a good Shoe before nor since, i
the language o them all at the same time,
liaise thy teet gently
And think it so queer
That the Boots 1 sold then
Should wear them a year,
i now yield to the above propositions, and have
promised to sell Twenty five Thousand Dollars
worth ,r his Bonis and Shoes it he would make
tliem as good as those 1 brought, here seven
years ago. aud the answer is I will! 1 will!
Well friends, your proposition made
And I've consented to the trade,
So 1 will sell yon Shoes both strong aud neat,
To please the taste aud suit the feet.
I have loidies,' Misses', Boys' aud Mens'.J
From fancy down to coarse biogaus.
Gome oue aud all. do as you agree,
And buy your Books and Shoes ot me.
Come! Come! 1 say. where you can find
Boots exvctiy to y rur ui.ad ;
A d it you was never here before,
You'll find it is the very Stoic.
Come Ladies, Gents, 1 have goods tor atl.
Buy your goods ol me this Fall.
And wtien Spring comes I will the cry,J
" At L. C. NELSON'S I wiil buy!''
There is oue thing more 1 "I! aiy to you,
i m iu the old Store made over new ;
II any read, and stand the shock,
•!y pi.ice you'll liud joins I'atton's Block.
GENTS CALF BOOTS AT BARGAINS.
M IN Kits
Kll* ,V COWHIDE ,
Gents . u.i by Met alio Corrugated Per'ora
te-t Plate.- A grea saving.
terms Cash, no credit. Small profits lor
in acm - the motto. L. C. NELSON,
i OV .Hula, Nov. 20, 1866.
EW A RRANGEMEX T
NEWS ROOM AND BOOK STORE.
The iiutli-r-iuried hiving purchased the BOOK
STORE AND NEWS ROOM of J. J. Griffiths,
respectfully invite the old patrons ot the estab
lishment and tin- pubis generally, to call and ex
amine our stock.
ALVORD A BARBER.
S. W. ALVOKLL. K. K. EAUBKK.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OFYO
cal and instrumental music constantly on
hand at the NEWS ROOM.
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT
of Family and Pocket Bibles, cheaper than
ever before offered in this market, at the
Iy ROPOSA LS.—PENNSY L VAN IA
AGRICULTURAL LAND SCRIP FOR
SALE. The Board of Commissioners now offer
tor sale 520,000 acres of Agricultural College-
Land Scrip, being the balance of the Scrip
granted to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
tor the enduwme ut ol Agricultural Colleges in
Proposals tor the purchase ot this Land Scrip,
addressed to "The Board ol Commissions of
Agricultural Land Scrip." will he received at
the Surver General's office, at Harrisburg, until
12 o'clock, M. on Wednesday, April 10. 1867 .
This laud may be located in auy State or
Territory, by the holders oi the scrip, upon
any ol the unappropriated lands (except min
era! land )o! the Lnited Slates, which may be
subject lo sale at private entry. Each piece ot
scrip represents a qu.rfer section o oue hun
dred and sixty acre", is issued in blank an I
will be transferable, without endorsement or
formal_ assignment, i'he lauk need iot be till
ed uutil the .-clip is pivseu ed for location aud
entr , when the parly holding it cau till the
blank and enter'he laud in his own name.—
Bids must be i.ade as per acre, and uo bids
will be received for less than one quarto, se
The Scrip will be issued immediately ou ih e
pay me i of the money to the Surveyor dene r
al Oil aii bids for i les quantity than 40,t)0u
acres.-mi-third of th" purchase moucy mil i
be pa d within ten day- , and the remaining fw
birds within th rty cays alter notiti .itiou ol
the acceptance of the bid or bids by the Board
J A('OB M. CAMPBELL
For ihe Board ol Commissione-
Harrisburg, Feb. 27, 1887.—ts.
-U hereby given that .ill persons indebted to
he estate ot JOHN TURNER, late of
Canton twp., dee d., are requested to unto im
mediate payment, and those having claitu
against said estate must present them duly au
thenticated for settlement.
W. S. NEWMAN,
Match 4.l>>t>7. Executor.
POCKET BOOKS, PORTE MO
nais, Rocket Knives, Combs, and a full
stock of Druggists' Notions, at
B1 DO WAY'S DRUG A BOOK STORE.
BATH BRICK, CORKS, BOTTLES,
via!-. 15, i isi Pumps, Nur.-iug Bottle-;,
Nippies, Nipple Shell , Syringes, Ac., at
Kit Hi WAY'S NEW DRUG STORE.
| N ST RU.MENTAL MUSIC.—Miss
X STELLA HALL would inform the public that t
she proposes giving instruction upon the Pie t.o,
and ithit haviugpaid especial attention to the
principles of Music, she tcels confident of giv
ing entire satisfaction in the advancement in
musical attainments of any who may be placed
under her charge. Terms—24 lessons and use
of instrument sl2; without use o; instru
ment $lO. Residence two doors north of Dr.
Towanda, Dec. 21 stiti.—tf.
PAPER, ENVELOPES' BLANK !
Books. Writing Fluid, Ink, Pens, Pencils, j
Slates, Paper Slates, \ isitiag Cards. Reward i
Cat is. Wt:n? Desks, Ac., at
; ID • 'VAV' DRUG A BOOK STORE.
A CHOICE SELECTION OP MlS
ccllaiie as and Juvenile Books at
RIDGWAY'S DRUG A BOOK BTORI.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMI
CALS and Patent Lcdicinen, at
RIDGWAY'S NEW DRUG MORE. I
LWTKA BARGAINS IN PAINTS,
_LI Oils. Varnishes. Bcnziue and Turpentine,
at Riit.l A'AY S NEW DRUG STORE.
ROOT AND SHOE M YKB t.
p. plar si toe' in rear ot Ward House, Towan
da, Pa-, where he will make to order all kinds
of Boots and Shoe 9 tor I tidies and Gentlemen
on the shortest notice, a,so
All woik warranted as good as t <• liest. A
share of patronage resoecttuliy -.di- it d.
Jan. 20, ISG7.
HAIR, HUSK, MOSS,SEA-GRASS
and Straw Matresses. Also Spring Mat
! iesses. cheap at FROST'S.
HUE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
j JL ot Mirrors n town, at FROST'S,
I ENAMELED CHAMBER SETS.—
i i-Jt Also Fine Chesuut or Walnut chamber sets
K' EROSENE LAMPS,LANTERNS,
Wicks and Chimneys.at
j RIDGWAY'S NEW STORE
A' LL THE LEADING WEEKLY
and Monthly Publications, for sale at
I RIDGWAY'B NEW STORE.
Jp URN ITU RE & CABINET WARE
The subscriber would say to the people of
BRADFORD AND VICINITY,
That he hag enlarged his
FURNITURE WARE ROOM
The past season, and i constantly mauutactar
ing, and intends to keep ou hand a large assort
Which he is se ling at great bargaius
FOR READY PAY.
My stock i ousists in part ot
EXTENSION AND FALL LEAF
BOOK CASES, SECRETARIES,
CANE, FLAG, WOOD SEAT AND
CRIBS, WASH STANDS,
ROUND TOP STANDS,
Ac., &c., &c,
And in fact every variety ot wares needed in
Family. Office or shop. Those desiring any
thing iu my line, will liud it to their advantage
to give me a call, as I am
NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD !
Persona keeping Public Houses, will he luniish
ed at Wholesale prices in wanting a large hill.
Particular attention paid to re seating and re
pairing old chair* and furniture. Custom Wood
Turning attended to promptly. Beech, Birch,
Maple, Cherry , Baswo. d, Whitewood, Chesnut
ana Pine I,umber, wanted iu exchange for fur
niture. Cash paid for Newspaper-.
BEAR IN MIND,
If you would buy good reliable furniture cheap ,
JOHsS 0 N ' S !
Work ot all kinds warranted to be made ol
good materials, and well put together.
Thankful for past liberal patronage, would so
licit a continu i nee of same. Shop and Ware-
Iloom sitnated on the road leading from Orwell
Hill to LeKaysville, three miles Iroin either
Come one, come ail
And give me a call.
And don't grumble at the pri. es 1 give you,
For the price is small,
Aud that is not all:
I'm sure it can't help but plea-o you .
Terms—Cash or Ready Pay.
ti. N. JOHNSON.
Feb. 14, 1867 3m*
Whereas 1 have just returned Irom New York
with a tine stock of New Goods, seta ted with
great care and bought very close, consequently
am enable.) tooffer gieat inducements to those
wanting goods. The stock is adapted to the
wants ot all both old aud young. The leading
departments are all full. The
BOOT AND SHOE,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
HATS AND CAPS,
SOLE LEATHER, &C.,
BEAUTIFUL STYLES DRESS GOODS,
NUBIAS, HOODS, AC.
All my old frituds, and the " rest ol man
kind,' ate eordially;invited to <-all and sec. No
charge for showing goods. Tickets of Admission
L. U B BON SON.
Orwell, Nov. 1,1860,
rp H E TO WA NDA BA KER V
EATING ESTABLISHMENT !
W. K. HILL, having purchased the Bakery
and Eating E-tabli buieut and Grocery recently
kept by Pettes A Hovey, first door south of the
Ward House. Main street, Towanda, Pa., and
having remodelled the -ante, aud having asso
ciated with him IRA SMITH, they are prepare d
to fn nish their customers aud the public with
everything in their line at reasonable rates.—
THEIR EATING DEPARTMENT
Is fitted up in the most approved style and
meals are served a all hours, and their store is
filled with a good assortment ot
GROCERIES. CONFECTIONARY, Ac.. Ac.
They will keep iu store and sell at wholesale
and retail or manufacture to order
BREAD, BISCUIT, RUSK, FRESH
BOLLS, BUNS PIES AND CAKES,
Ot all kinds. Also will keep the best Crackers
! ot all kinds in the markot, by the barrel or
j pound. Fresh Oysters constantly on hand by
; the keg or dish, cheap as the cheapest They
will use the best materisls in evety tiling and
will try to please the most fastidious.
W Wedding and other fancy Cakes made to
Families supplied daily and promptly
I with anything desired in our line.
They employ none but the most skilful work
men, and use only the best material. They are
i determined to keep a first class establishment,
j Give u a fair and candid trial and you will find
' it to your advantage.
W. K. HILL, IRA SMITH.
Towanda, Jan 2J, 1807—yr.
rrUKE NOTICE.—AII persons in-
JL debted to W. A. Rockwell, will please give
prompt attention to settling and paying, and I
will close Book Account on and after the first
day of April next, 1867.
Feb. 4. 13.
snmp!)rft! Srotljer'a Column.
AI prepared to ni'- Mi* : -id* of the
BOOT AND .SHOE WEARING CO Mil UNITY
M'RlKfi THK COMING YKAB,
And have in store a very large and complete as
LADIES FINE SHO E S 1
Consisting iu part of
LADIES CONGRESS GAITERS,
LADIES LACE GAITERS
LADIES BUTTON GAITERS,
AL.L STYLES IN
LASTING, GIOYE KIP, OR MOROCCO,
I.adie Glove Kid Balmorals,
LADIES MOROCCO BALMORALS,
Ladies Lasting Balmorals,
LADIES BOOTEES AND BUSKINS
ladies Slippers, Kid or Lasting,
WOMENS CALF AND THICK BOOTEES,
Misses Gaiters, Balmorals and Slippers,
CHILDREN'S FINE SEWED SHOES
Childrens Copper Tipped Shoes,
CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS AND TIES
We call especial attention to our stock of
MEN'S, WOMEN'S A CHILDREN'S AIICTICS,
Men's, Women's and Children's Rubbers,
MEN'S BUFFALO OVERSHOES
Gentlemen'- Fine French Calf Boots,
MEN'S KIP AND STOGA BOOTS,
BOYS FINE CALF BOOTS,
BOYS KIP AND THICK BOOTS,
Youth's and Children's Boot-.
IN ALL VARIETIES, PRICES
In tact every thing in the Boot and Shoe line,
FROM THE SMALLEST T ) i'HK LARGEST.
THE HARNESS DEPARTMENT I
On the Second Floor under the superinten
MR. JAMES V. WILCOX.
Loug and tavoiably known as the nianufactuier
ot good work, is well stocked with
FANCY CARRIAGE HARNESS,
HEAVY TEAM HARNESS.
SINGLE HARNESS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
LIGHT AND HEAVY COLLARS,
GENTS AND LADIES SADLES,
HORSE BLANKETS, WHIPS, AC.,
Any piece or part ot a Harness made to order
on short notice.
LADIES TRAVELLING TRUNKS,
GENTS TRAVELLING TRUNKS.
VALISES OF LEATHER, WOOD,
RAIL ROAD BAGS, RETICULES,
AG., AC., AG.
ALSO FULL STOCK OF LEATHER
French and Ameiicau
CALF AND KIP SKINS,
Morocco, Glove Kid and Binding Skins,
OAK AND HEMLOCK SOLE LEATHER,
II A R N ESS TR 1 M MING S,
And all machinery u-ed in man factoring.
Thanking the public for their very liberal pa
tronage during tne year just pas red, we invite a
continuance during 1867, assuring them that we
ahal' endeavor, by employing none but first
class workmen, and using good material, to
sustain the reputation of our house as being the
best Boot, Shoe and Harness Establishment in
Bradford or adjoining counties.
Towanda, Jan. 1,1867.
AUDITOR'S NtTICi: In the mat
tfrnfth• ratal' of Hoc! /,'■<• , / /
In the Orphan's Court o! It . ',.oi !< .
The undersigned auditor jp- i.t
Court to dispose ol except;. .1 , ,
tiaiacconui of Jiuc- 'u'.i.
said estate, will ntleud to ti:•* cu'i
appointment,at h.s office iu tut B> :; .
Towauda, on Tuesday, the 9th day i.i pi , 1
at 1 oVIo'-k, p. rn,, where all ] cr-o - bar ,
claims must present them,or he forever th ~an
BEN J. 11. i'iii/.i,
March IT, 1567. Auditor.
Notice is hereby given, that ail p is
indebted to the estate of HENRY CV
dee'd, late of Athens twp., are rer|ue-ted
make immediate payment, and thou hav.
demands against t>aid estate will present th
duly authenticated fill illllllMill
JoiiN t). KEYSEIi
March 12, 1967. Admin; -.t.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.— hi the m
lev of Uu estale oj Corut!ion i s.. ' ■
In tbo the Orphan's C .urt ol Ur.n! i.-
The undersigned,an Auditor,appoint.
Court to dispose of t . eptious ti 1 t tee a
account ot Harriet Chandler, administratrix
said estate, will attend to the duties of hi r.
poiutment at his olliee in tie borough ~. T
wanda, I'a., on the id day . • April, ik7 a ,
0 clock, p. in. " W. A PECK
March 7, In;;. Auditor
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. No
hereby given, that all persons lad bted
the estate of John Hortoa. lute oi Terr twp
dee d., are requested to in ike iinmt-iu p.
meat, and all persons having c 1... as as
said estate will present them duly i ;:b '
GEO. F. lIOKfON.
March 7, i 867. Executor-
V EDITOR'S NOTICE.— E.-tale
I lk - Jotiah SI an ton, deed. In the Orpl. •.
Court of Bradford County.
I The undersigned Auditor, appointed by =
ton: to distribute moneys in "the ,aa s oi ~ .
: uimUtratar, will attend to the duth-. <. h -
!po ntment at his office in the Borough !'i
wauda, on baturday, April 20, 1-oT
dock p. m., at which time and place ail p
sons having claims upon saiJ money-, mu.-t
present them or be forever debarred.
G. D. MONXANYE,
March 14,1567. Auiitoi
\ UDITOR'S NOTICE.— In th,- mat
U-Y. ter of the estate of S. S. Lathi op. I.it, i,
Orwell, dee'd. In the Orphan's Couit o. lii
The undersigned auditor, appointed by -
Court, to dispose ot exceptions tied to lire
n&l account ol Marsnal Friuk, one o. T.i
tors of said estate will attend to the du'i •>
appointment at his office in the R rough j i
wanda. on Friday the dih day oi Ap:
1867, at 1 o'clock, p. m.. at which time as
place all persons having claims upon said mon
eys must present them or be lorever deban-
JOHN W. JlU'.
Mar. 14,1 sU7.
U a writ of A Una. Pi. Fa issued
Conrt o Common Pleas ot Bradford o .ut
and to ine directed, there wii. ire exp ..-od :
public sale at toe Court Iloase iu th . , .
ofTowanda, on SATURDAY. MARCH :: i. Is ;
at one o'clock, p. m . the following des ribed
lot, piece r par-el oi laud itute .a Bmiiu,-
tou boro', bounded aui -tea rib-.-l J..;.,,-,,-
Beginning at the centre of the btati- Ro I
joining iau- s lormeriy owned uy Wm. A ny
thence south '4° tast 21 , , and 2 link .
corner ot lot deeded t< S. V.Miller by V.
Dickesou, Apni m, l-ou, tircace sru'tu ,
west 12 pi- and 22 links to ids- ~o ,
corner ot Mrs. Wm. T. Meads' lot, thence uort.
6bJ° west 214 pr>. to a hickory tree, tne:
north 12° east o prs. to a stake, t'ac-uce sou - .,
to J west IS prs. and 19 liuk- to the -
east corner ot A.& J. Morley's store 1-v *
along the line ot said Moriey - store lot tut.
State Road aforesaid 16 p. .. thence ale-g 1
said State Road 8 prs. and lo link- tj the .
west corner o: a lot known as the Yosbar. .
lot, iheuce north 58° east accng said loau i
6-10 prs. tiieace north 89® east 2 • p.
place of beginning. Containing lo
laud, more or less, ail improved, w. ai a a,
hou e, framed barn and tew frait tic.- tii.:
Seized and taken in execution at th
Justin Moriey vs.C. H. Fierce.
March 7, 1867. fch 1
FOR SALE.— a NEW HOUSE
AND LOT, situate in one of the p! sa
e t neighborhoods of the bor gh. The >
is good sized, the lot i- large and has a g
well and cistern en it. .ais a variety t. .. .
tree-, shrubbery, grape vine, Ac. Will 1
on reasonable terras. Apply'to
Juli'.i X. CALIi f ,
Towauda. March 20. 1 - '7.
"ITALUABLE FARM FOR SAI
T The subscriber hc. for s.dc u.; la: 1
I Herrick twp., Biadfni J ' utity ..oniu iag
acres. Nearly ail improved. Well fen.
watered and has upon it unit tr. and
framed barn. Jt i- sit.imed 'a the mid ,
good neighborhood, with chnr h and = 1 I
privileges. The Fnrin will be sold at agi
bargain, and term- m ide M suit the nun .
Herrick, March 7. 1567.-41*
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR
v SALE. —I havt iir sGo ■ HOUS
"in the Northern Lib nies ia Towund.
Also, a FARM in Wyaiusin, towu-. p,
talning abont 190 sitges 100 acre= impt .-
with a good new ir.uie lion ■ '
bearing linit trees thereon. Posse- ->
ou th: Ist of April. For terras api.'iy . m
1 ,i! , w.m; to Pi'RCH \-K > •< v good t
liage Jim 3M.
Townada,March 12. ISC7.—fw.
FARM FOR SALE
The -ui'scriber ivill sel at Private Sale,
" Kiugslaud Farm."' situit I ia h'-'iv| u
township, Bradford County, i'eau'a, be.ng ,
01 the most desirable Farui- iu "in- v . -.my
182 ACRES OF LAND,
A bent 70 acres i which i- River F'a*
snipassed in fertility, aau about 2b acre- o:
Wood Land. The improvement s arc ag. id
Five Large Barns. Cora House, and o.h
buildings, in good condition. There.-
the premises. a large quantity of bo.-im.' K
tre s. the interest to he solu is ih • tut j .
two thirds par! in tee uul a ii:._ e,i.
This Farm in one ,o! the i<">t ..-c j
market. It is situated at the head at
bra ted Staesheqnin Valley, on the m
trom Shesheqaiu to Athens, ticroth
trom i he North Branch Cauui, uud i
(neaily cmpi. fed; ruaafag up the
Branch. It c mprbes both Kiver 11 a :.nd
laud, adapted l tillage and grazing, - ea
worked, ani in fine condition. Terms v..
made easy to purchaser. Apply to
\VM. SNYDER. Agent
Shesheqaiu, March 7,1807.
FARMER'S TAKE NOTICE. .. .
subscriber having purchased the right
Hermance's improved Farm Gate, to.
lowing towns, to wit: Albany, Arm.-
umbia, Wells, Springfield, Smithtield, Hi.
Troy, To wane a, South Greek, Si m r.; -
and Terry, is nr.. prepaicJ to eh
Farm Rights' on 1 csrn: >le terms.
This gate is durable ;.id cheaper ■
Any man c..u . . .he it aud any boy ,
Hio-e wl-hi: g • > purchase f-ovn ••
wilj address '.VI I.LI AM DIMANC, Herri'l.
N . 17.—G *.e ITimmiugs kept for .-de
Feb 14 . Isfi7.
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE
T The subscriber (.tier.-for siie li.s i.ti
Wyalasing twp., Br.td.uiu C- ntv.
of 73 acres, of which 08 is impr ve i, and
upon it a new house, large b .ru, with si.,
taclied, aud atiout 150 young tui.' iieti.
well watered and well kneed, and f in '
the midst ot a good neighborhood with ch.
es aud school lionconvenieiit.
The farm will be sold at a gre.il t..n
terms made to suit the pnrcba-or if.
by first ot April nest, it will be rented
E O. VAUGIIAN
Wyalnsine. .fan. 1, IlJ7.—3m*
SALE.—The subscriber oil'.
lor sale his larm situate in Wyalu.-.iug ■ ■
about one mile from Gamptown. and thr. rut
trom Rummcilield. •• the i* .1
Montrose to Towauda. The I aria ... ■ .
tered and well timbered ; with
and trait trees thereon. For parti da.
of WM. GKIFFIS, Towanda. or i't
at Camptown, Pa JAJlfchs r K
IjUYRM FOR SALE.- The sub.- ■
J ber offer- hir li,rm '■*>*• -
' Asylvm towr-ship f ■ ■ mile- :• :u i
I along the It a
j about 150 acres, 110 improved, wit.-i fw. ii
two iurus. two gicd orchards good Au - ,:
! well watered. The wh de under i goo ! >u t
j cultivation. A Rope Usury brngtag to the
tarm. For terms apply to the -ih-iriber ou tin
place, or E. M. BISHOP, Wyalusiug.
| r • j. M. Hi UOi'.
Jan. 20. IBt>7.
TEAS, of very due qualuy, by the
chest, or at retail, bought before the recent
dvauce, and tor sale cheap at FOX'S