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Min: front 411.-Natiottor,
—lion.. Jamie A. Baqks, , Speaker
of the AseemblY ciftlie**, hai bientialtr
dered by the Ludlam.' • • ' '• •
Montgomery, rclrmerli .
postinilter in Philadelphia, died atuddeudy
tallow York en MieditY week.
_ —Mrs. Elizibeth Egle, the admit
lady in Ilarriabtreg, = died.on the sth inst.,
aged 93. She 4aa •nutoh respeeteiL , :.' .
Jeff D avia liies in a little anbur
Lan house at ilonireal, and hi& 'minute out
ot the pipers all that they ®y labout the
Chief, which the latter roada.
—Greiwral Thomas, Hancock .and
Made, hive declared -themselves .verse to
Wring Sheridun's place, beeauie they know
lie is best qUalided for its duties.
--Col. Win. Gilpin, latterly -G-over
uot of c;alatudo Territory. is now said to be .
one of the wealthiest men in the Week hay-.
ing recently eold a tract of land for 4700.-
—Maj6r and Brivet43olonel Alex
ender Von fidiraeder;' Assistant Thspettor
Generatof GIL Sheridaa's staff, ,died Sud
denly in Nov Orleans. on the sth init., of
—lt was currently rumored - . in
Washingtint Vaal the President was looking
with distrustful eies upon Postmaster Gen
eral Ranclall,auu &hat he - would soonseguest
—Extensive frauds upon the gov
ernment, pen) , t-tted by 'insane of soldiers'
' ... discharge paper 4, have been discovered at
tit. Loins, and oillrers have been sent there
to investigate tia.Lr.
—Samuel a well known
citiien of Lancaster, Pa., and Assistant As
sessor of Internal "Level:me in that district,
died \last week Irvin the effects of a chill re
ceived while bathing.
—Admiral Fatagnt and hie fleet
are at Stettin, Prussia.
fers to resign. Ho cant swallow Andy's re
bellion With a good graee.
—A writer in the Rural New Yor
ker proposes the use of cows,on small farms,
instead of oxen.
—The French forces have occupied
three Provinces of Cochin China. •
—lra Aldridge, the celebrated col
ored actor, recently died in Poland.
—At last accounts, the number of
voters registered in Alabama was, whites
39,352 ; colored 58,830.
—The United. States war steamer
Swatara has . been ordered to proceed to
—The War between Ruasia and
Bokhara has terminated.
--The work of laying a cable from ,
Key West to Cuba is now in progresa. I
=The civil war in the United States'
of Columt•ia is at an end.
—The Baltimore Winanaea have,
bought the Moscow and St. Petersburg rat
—Jerry. O'Brien was hung iu
York on Friday, the 9th inst. f
-Pt,-General Randall has
gone to Scotland, where his wife lies dan
t ; —Englaud is sending more'. troops
to Canada, fearing another Fenian scare.
—Another last soldier of the revolt'
tion has been found in Allen county, Ohio.
His name is 'Mtn= Taylor, and he is 110
It is repotted in Washington that/ .
Judge Holt will be soon superseded as Chief
of the Bureati• of Military Justice.
freshet in the northern part of
Newark, N. J.. on the 9th inst., destroyed
-$lOO,OOO _w.nrtb of property. One Printer's
Ink manufactory lost $25,000.
—The tut 11er:stone of a new, Clotho
tic,_, monastery vas laid in-Baltimore,ollStm--
day last, in presence of 3,000 people. It
will cost $5v...w.
—The Whig ealls' . .for emi
grants otencrp3,industry and talent to that
county. It is a good place for industridui
—The nuniber of good Templars in
the United States on the first ddy 9f May,
1867, was 340,000—an increase of 135,000 in
—The Constitutional Convention of
Michigan proposes to disfranchise all per
ewe engaged in prize fighting. It will not
send them to Congress.
—Since the Ist of May the public
debt his been reduced nine millions of dol
lars._ This is doing pretty well for a radi
nal and reckless government.
—Eight railroad passenger' cars
we precipitated into the sea over a high
bluff, in Ireland, on_the 9th inst., and only
one passenger survived.
—At Clarksville,Tenn.,on Saturday
night, Frank Id'Guire was shot dead by a
young bar-keeper, who recently killed Nick
Guyer. the guerilla..
—On Sunday, the_tbate of the stea
mer J. 8. Graham. was shot and killedln a
difficulty with a young' man in Clarksville,
—Colonel Delone,former proprietor
of the Dehen House, Elinfra,died suddenly
a few days since, under circumstances - ex
citing the suspicion that he committed sui
—The Washington Bar has hell' a
meeting,' and appointed anommittee to • in
vestigO the action of Judge Fisher., in
striking Ur. Bradly from the roll of lawyers
—Flowerir,arden thieves are annoy-
Daniel Snievley, a soldier of the
war of 18a, 'died in Alia4o7 CRY on the
—Another terrible boiler explosion
has takeii plane in Philadelphia, la which
—Oa lact Sunday , week, a family
in Weft Bafrtdo, Union eoftnty. killed sat . -
tie snake is then 'kitchen. 1
On' the Bth unit., the exploehin of
a stem boiler, in Wayiniebtug, mused the
death acne man and the injury's:taw:ear.
—Albeit_ Cooper,* fireman on the
Mathew! Piailscad of New Jersey, was in
stantly killed by an =Moat, .on the Bth
. inst., near D
•, - ,
—Font men irem.mkrried Wet
Niagant Pan; st s Isti hour Tuesday ever
rang, 13th law They")ireVe 'tiro femme*
said MK; pektomioL-sz.: The v iir saints **
torts isir:44 }t oyef
its WM& OK4VMI4. Their beak.
set yes &ass ' , AA than s6O 4 b 614.
A 5444 1w sAkA* - Werso 1 rails, I
irnion. Republican,. If — i ri alt
C' • .
FOE JUDGE OF %P
goN. HENRY W. WILLIAMS,
OF ALLSOHANY COUNTY.
A Clonvention'of the truhut-iteptdaleatt.
PattyrfelDatill*, to be composed
o rivt. liefeliae l arod . Election Dis-
trick will aBB73liia7 - ariiie Umut Harass in
Towanda Dino*, on MONDAY: ink
iiid-die; 2d day of SEPTEIdBia:
at 711 o'ol°cl . to place in notainaiion,Can
didstes to be supported at tbs - soisaing stow
The rindersigucd, :selected eaSauce
Committees, ire requested to call caucuses '
In the 'several • Election • Districts betwedn
the hours of 2 and 8 o'clock, IL in., On
SATURDAY, the-: Slat 'dig of AI7GUST,
for the liaised= of said Delegates.,
By order of the Union Republican Stand-
G. D. MONTANIOE, Chairman.
=6B OP ,vionvicm.
Aiersa TP—Frank Morley, H W Thomas,
John F 4aterlee. .
ATHENS Bono—D F Park, Eugene Ooryell,
A3antam-0 Webber, Nathan Sherman,
. John Meson.
'Amoarr—Thos E Quick, C 8 Corbin, A Lee
Anse—A T Lilley, A M Wilson, C fi Man-
Asmux—Robt Bull, II Moody, Frank Cole.
Esacirv—J 0 Blight, Wm Scott, Wm Mew
Boma:anon Tv—lsaac Soper, J Travis, Jr.,
BIIIILTROTONIII.O-0 D Rosa, Dr Everett,
Bow:sorbs Wizr—Joseph Foulke, Bing
ham Rockwell, Jesse B McKean.
Csmrcer Tr—James A Rogers, Thomas Man
ley, Wm Taber.
Cstrrom Boao-11 N Williams, John W Grif
fin, JOhn Vandy)te.
Cot umm—Frank Knapp, Thos Card, Jaa
Fnawstaw—James C Ridgway, Thos Sea
man, F F Fairchild.'
Gaertvuzz—Wm Vronum, •Wm Bunyan,
HEnnicrt—A B Brown, W A Wetmore, G W
Elliott. • •‘i
Laßor—Andrew Boyse, Reuben Ston c e,
Lrrcnsrun--A J Layton, Bobt Campbell,
Laßarsvxmz Boao—G W. Brink,' G S Gor
ham, .1 H Marsh.
31ozotor, Tr—Freeman Sweet, 31-T Vangor
der, Clark 'Cummings jr.
Mosnor Boao—S S Hinman, H S Holland,
M A Rockwell.
GasvELL—E M:Farrar, H B Kimball, Isaac
Ovratrom--Jolm Mathews, Josiah Rinebo,
R Richer mt. 3 ,
Pins—E Skeel , W Reynolds, GilesN
Rtnonuar—Geo B Mead,.lsaae Baldwin, 0
Roma TP-Wm McCabe, W B Parks; Levi
Roma Bono--L L Moody, John Fassincl%
0 F Young.
Smarm:m.3)—U Moody, Elbert Niles, D J
SPILERCO7 D.Pfielps, Oscar Harkness,
• Joel Adam& - I
Solna Osit.r.s.—Geo Dunham jr., H C
setts, Samuel Pettingall, jr.
SyLvanu—Peter 'Monroe, Jas Nash, Eli
Phillips, Win Snyder,
STANDW I STONE—chaS Stevens, Wm Bost
wick, Geo Wood.
WEST-3 H Heston, Jno F Dodge, Mier
TOWANDA Ts—Geo Fox, Asa Dininiook, Geo .
TowANDA Bono—B Frank Voorhies, B N
Pettes, W H Watkins.
TOWA.NDA Nonnt—A H Kingsbury, Geo
Mills, Daniel Kennedy.
Tizox Tr—Jati Ward, WS Manley, Geo Bal
TROT Bono—Leninel Bayles, Brewster Long
Tuscenons—viir W Barrowclitl, Dr J C Cogs,
well, Heuxy Ackla.
Uumns—Edward Walker, Geo W Nichols,
8 CI Hovey. •
WARtuag—Miles Pririce, Jas P Coburn, B
. Wurunixt—Benj Knykendall, Asa McKee,
11 A Darling.
Wxxxinavo—D D Chaffee, Francis Hornet,
Wxsox—T F Madill , J W Pool, Geo Gran--
WELts—Alfred Brinks M Shepard, Owens
Wu-lam—John Brown, J W Ingham, BC
It was said of the Bourbons, that.
they never learned anything. 'lt
might with equal propriety be 'as
serted of President Jonssos that if
he learns anything of the wishes and
desires of the people, he delf4eratel ,
and wickedly sets at work to thwart
their desires,,and to disappoint the
expectations of those who have faith
enough iu him to suppose him capa
ble of any good. prom &he day he
assumed the responsibilities of the
high place he now occupies to the
p. esent , time, there 'seems to have
been a wilful and . insane purpose on
-his part., to incur odium, and to bring
down on his own head the displea
stuv_ancLindignation of the American
The Representatives of the people
have applied themselves to the task
of Reconstructinia Union, shattered
by the Treason of the_Southern lead
ere. The greatest obstacle, they haVe
had to encounter has been the k'resi
dent elected by Republican votes,
Tey adopted a plan, which was emi=
inently liberal, in all its, dotting, and
Which, while meeting the almost,un
animOus sanction .of the North, was
not distasteful nor obnoxious .to the
South. Under it, the procesa; of Re
eonstructioa .wonld have gone on
quietly and successfully. But Presi
dent JOIINBON was not. , content ihat
this result should be peacefully and
satisfactorily. attained.' He set at
work to rendtr its provisions inaffec
tual, and to stir up discord and anar
chy in the. Booth. To render his ma
chinatiens and to mike him
powerleis; I)ongress pasied eiikaet
moots which were necessary for tbe
peace - and Welfare of :Nation"
The President °is' sworn. to - !!'exef
cute the laws." It was hoped that,
I)4'ifoi44..reepeet the • wishes of the
1111W01)1 :obligations of fdiroffkie,,
touting the provhikais of4o'4ll`ll
'Ailii6ted Canififitic" : This 1;014 he
1 4 11 ,0 11 4 1 POISPAIiAis pjain tliiitAti
iris QWW:ihe pW Pro
Mons ,e la , and in every possi
ble m tin , r to iubarrass ttil
jtecon. traction. , Thik
. . , 1 ,- iOr ,
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.". `,Or ' 1 it,4, - iJ to lir
, and .
' itasum , g
been expressly , i. take'
Wu have hitherto opPoised
,t l he r im-
, - • - , -. 4 i , --the-Preakkrktrf-ihe
i tiviots H ooge,
but We nonferis we
cannot now Geo any other remedy for
the ails which we suffer , uor Ng
aafet for the 'country, tillkliti 4t4tke
imps meat--• a- man Asko - shows
himself so utterly -:and wickedly:de
high , posi-;
tion r io the bruiestand tuna' diiier '
one, imr,poses+wh6„'disregarde pf,
plain, and positive . ' lOquifements, of
laws,* is sworn to -axocute- , end
Who deliberatelly sets at work to dis
appOlint.the po itlar exPectatione.'
The peCTlP , .s°ith s in4is?Ohi eFe,
azaleas that the work of Aeconstrt,
tion shill go on. ,The mkterial inter- ,
nsthiof the: uJuirtry demand' that if
shall`noi be dtila,yed on f4volous ire
textl.. The President' haa mischiev-,
,ouslY attempted to prevent this- end,
by meow alike unwarranted and un-'
lawful, and the people demand that'
he shall be taught'that hi is blit their
servant, and answerable to theni for
his folly ead his misdeeds. - is duty
is to execute the laws, not to revent
their execution, and if his m d polP
cy ;s to continue, the lEsoion r he is
called to an iStourit the ,bet r.
WA antarm aws.—The . 7Y , .'s Wash
ingthn correspo ndent , under date of Aug.,
18, toys: The liresident hal pre*ared and
sent to Gen. G t instmatins t ? issue an
order assigning Sheridan tei the eons •
maid of the partment. pf Mtssissouri,
Gen. Hancock 4
the coranbtrid of the De
partment of . berland, and thin. Thom. :
as to the co d of the Filth (Sheridan's)
Military• Dis • The ordev will !probably
be promulgate to-morrow Ornext day, un
less in the m time, , Gen:. Gant shall
suggest the sub stitution 'Of some other
names, in p of Hancock and ! Thomas.
In that , case,. eridan may ,be assigned to
some other co and than that ofi Missouri.
But certain it , however, that the order
relieves Sheridan from the command of the
Fifth rilitary th iDistrict. It is understood
that until Fri y last it was the purpose of
-'the kresident c i f tz assign Gen. Hancock to
'the command the Fifth ' District, but he
concluded ye ste rday to give that position
1 to Gen. Thorn. •
It is ainiouned in trustworthy . sources
in New-Orlealk that, if Gen. Sheridan is
, a prominent ' New-York bank
ing firm has promised to take all the levee
bonds at a small discount. If; however,
Shoidan is removed the Sr* will not have
anything to doiwith them. 'This statement .
is used as a m re potent argument than any
other by Louis ana planters why Sheridan
should be ret • ed, , ,iii his pfseent command.
The expectea order relieving or super
seding Judge-kdrOcate-Greneral Holt it is
believed will b: issued during tho present
Week. . • •
FOREIGN .SEWB.—AdViCOII received
from Shanghai via London dive accounts of
a conflict beiween two Steamers of the
Anerioan sqrLdron in Chinese waters and
the pirates the Island of Formosa. As
the United 8 tee authorities had received
no saisfactiori for them ui-der of the crew
of the American bark Rovei the men-of-war
Hartford and l i Wyoming shelled the island
until an attar *ng party landed and engaged
in a sharp fight with the naives. The com
bid lasted over five hours, during, which the
heat was so intezpa that fifteen officers 'and
'nen are reported to have betn sunstruck.—
_nightfall he fighting ry was with
drawn, and ships cont.t' lied to shell the
e natives had All dispersed
and disap . The HatVord and Wyonv.
It is stated
Shanghae ref I I
Man dollars c
a w til hich was r4tently seized for
infraction o f he coMmerci4 treaty between
China and di United Stattis.
Gen. G i is at Siena, actively en
gaged in pre wing for the cfvement upOn
Ms repo d• that 0 Parma hasi re
`signed his co and .on th 4 Turkish forces .
in the Isle o Candice i .•
The Fe ' Capt. 2dorrunrihas been Oen-,
tented to to . years' impris !uncut.
The din% -- oe between • and'Den
mark in ,: : • to North wig and the
i k ia
execution of, . e sttilmiatiOni of the treaty
of Prague • likely to be sOtsted amicably.
and without . day. 1 i
Amnia , Irmarson.
nton,liee'y of War.
...• *Wows :
. t .
WASECINGION, D. Cr3Litl7B67: ' 1 , '
Sim: Your note of this d.4e has been re ,
cawed, statiag dist. FIN& •' considerations
of a high Chlzaoter conshwin_ ~ :you ,to i ssy
;lot my . rowans_ ~ in as Seare Lary of :W.ar I
will be accepte d. /Wrepl4 I base the hon
or to. say that 'public emsdderations . Of - a
---e-- ~ whisk • alone have • induced'
me to st. the .heestof this Depart:
meat, oons ' me pot tu milign the awe
of Secretary War before , the next Meet
tag of Oongrbu, ' Very realikttally. • ' • - ••1
rzwor IL eurroil. 1
11111.-Geri. Sheridan tippoinbr-f*ft
27 and 28 for election days 'Lo and
gives the be4:guanke,tee of public. arder,in
the tuenisanee that irviolenee or; fraud ark,
Menirigorould_ penSobed; ' enibthe e
ed to Shanghai.
t the Chinese merchan t s in
e to.eceive as currency Mex
. ined - during the reign of the
• ... '
Japan announcethe satis
ent of the Toss of the ship
tter, is exceeding
'. ? Mr ohnson, , under
II . Stantcin as
_ 186 T.
high Oa :sets);
e ,ceej?ted Wry
i to r r
vit t =
lathy to 44
I: an '2braftstitittit6.
to Mtvolo on .
Filer lvria F.xl
anog 1.1.11 .4
French or Latin 2 50 40 14 00
Deduction' made feellibenitileAfirmr.Oeneal 064
ed' by protr*cted illness.
t sToweridie Ang.:lo; .184 •_ . .
ThetWile46ll)o4 ' byt
Ai - exalt:4d 'agablit r hustrJelligtoo
tontaact de SO, and we shall nut 'pas suy of his
'41441010s *OK klVllitimalg/110 1 1:i.
r ' tj'Al lilA ß AßD MUtriONi
Burlington, Aug. 1;11367.", _
i&U IQ Whorww, AilY- 1 , 11Y._
V Jennie, haalld*Wly bed imp board, Jrnaout
an Put came - orprowinition;,Vberebr canton
forbid all permits barboriogior Annaba 'Der
on Ay amount, as ; op L ,4olojll.beF
tlaz after ibis' date ,
9)11 ? " 1 , • ' ll JOHN C.EIiIEROE.
['Towanda, Aug; 13,1156'1.. 6 , 1,,
D. E; N ' , T'-.1 'l, A.7 , " : A. 1 . 11,' , ,1Y :. : -:,
`Wecld•tske'lLb Opyortaniiyi of chalking the
friends wkso aottaitly feasted theta the late
t>te,,and•wonld pay that it hac not Berko:l4y la."
Lettered with their -badness, which 'they still
Continue , over Crowe £ Vale, ,Buc& . k/tervi,
Pattea'a Skirl . • '
Towanda; Aug. 12, 1867'.'
perooosindo te -to
AA me either:4i booraccoant,:note jndg
keit, con:rseted ender the Brat • 61' Bishop &
Taylor, are hereby notified lhat.the: same must
be settled lauuediateli.. TLis is positively the.
lest notice that will be Elven, and cost will be
made without relerence to persona on all claims
not settled at once. S. F. TAYLOR.
rB. ,KELLY, Dentiet. ,O ffi ce
• over Wickham & Black's, Towanda,Pa.
All the various stilea of work scientifically
done ant warranted. Particular attention Is
called to the Libuninurn Base for /Artificial
Teeth, which is equally as good se Gold and
far superior to either Rubber or Silver. Please
call and examine specimens. '
Chloroform or Ether administered. under di
rection of a Physician when desired.
Aug. 6, 1867.—tf..•
DISSOLUTION.—The co-partner .
ship heretofore existing under the name
of Wood & Harding, is this ,day dissolved by
mutual consent,. ell debts due to and by the
said firm will be set. led by Mr. Harding at the
Peraons Indebted to the above are requested
to pay up before the brat ot VC - Caber, as all
accounts unpaid at• that time/ will be left for
collection. • OHO. H. WOOD,
Towanda, Aug. 19, 1867
LTRAYED OR . STOLEN--Fiom
the subscriber on pr about the lath of July
last, a pale red COW, middling age, six years
old, thick.heavy horns, a good milker, one of
the hind teats detective, having at some time
been from, consequently giving milk from the
side of tue teat near the lo xer part. Whoever
will return said vow to me or give me infuria
tion where 1 can lied her, shall be liberally re
warded. ALLEN MAMA:ff.
Towanda, Aug. 20, 1867. .
ci_ROVE ME;ETISGhe Spiritu
vr alas of Ridgbury, will hold their Seventh
. u ncial Drove Meeting, Augest 24, and 25,i net.
in squire Beck Withe orchard, three miles
m a i of Weissberg Depot. Speakers—tir. Ly
man c, How, oti.„Wew *MOO, N. Y., litri; Win
N. T. Br, B. Beale o
Palmer; alif - Fleqs,
Domande, will entertain the audience With
singing. Come one, come all, • and let ns have
a good time , . By order of the Committee,
GBD• W. MEAD,
Aug. 13, 1467.
US,. INTERNAL REVENUE
41, Notice" is hereby given that the Annual
list of Eloise taxes for 1867 has been transmit.
ted to me by the assessor,and the same - has be
come due and payable. All persona assessed
in the county of BRADFORD will make pay
ment at the Collector's Office' Towanda, on or.
before the 12th day of September, 1867: Notice
braiso given that all persons who neglect or re
fuse topay the duties and taxes assessed upon
them within the time specified. will become li
able to pay the penalties impoied by law, ir
addition. H. L. SCOTT.
Collector 13th District, Penn's.
Towanda, Aug. 17,1867:
NEW BOOT ' ANf) SHOE SHOP.
HOLLAND & CLAI4.
Would reispectlnlly announce to the . citizens of
Towanda and vicinity that they, have com
menced the Boot' lad 'Shoe linsWate in all its
branches. They are prepared to 'make to order
Ladies and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes,of all
kinds in the most workmanlike manner on the
shortest notice. •
Shop over Nelson's old stand, east side 'of
Main . street, opposite Col. _ Means' •residence,
Towanda, Pa. •
B.—Particular attention paid to Repair
ing. Give us a call.
V. tr. nor.Liain.
Towanda. Aug. 13 , 18a7.
SELLING OFF AT COST 1
The undersigned hereby give notice to their
friends and the public generally, tbat they will
commence selling after tills day. Aug. 8, 1867,
their entire stock of KERCRAIWIEAS, consist
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, DRUGS MEDICINES,
OILS & PAINTS, pooTs..k. SHOES,
HATS & CAPS, BOOKS & STATIONESY,
AND WINDOW AND WALL PAMIR .
AT COST FOR READY PAY,
• LONG BROTHERS.
Burlington Boro', Aug. Sib, 1867.
T HE° PEOPLE'S BENEFIT I
200 POUNDS m e BARieIL 1
FOUNTAIN'S PRFailtrld FLOUR,
THE BEEti. IN lIHEI
Is manufactured by the sibaerlbere.ln kiebligen
from "the beat cele brated
MICHIGAN - ,WHITE . WHEAT.
' This Worn. Plow MS as superior. It is.
put up in , , '
TWO HIMDBED`POOND BMUUII46*
oil 50 . :pimp :figics,
Anilnu&esoloairelyioeoll ths,ioisorol waist
of, tbe_rolol &nide -
BUY THE 'BIG JIAIIIIRTS,
.B$ ST F LOU R`l
Cash Dalai supplied at .1=11: Musa, irom
omit of Illoaßfdaturioi. • 14 :
Wholosala Fioar 'Peditso,WAVAlLtliogs
, county ~iiad,VOIR - JERV c Oranip ed., x.IY.
.1." R. PORWERTN- ir CO.
t;,_ , Aag. 23, 180. -
- ANcmseelay'n Agcy for : BradfoWob.
•OASE.- 04 41/ 1 .4 f $0. 1 49s0q 0 z
111 , 21 Y illiilliivt*li.oll..olXl ••J'' ;
• • AIIONTANTIE WOO
jOly 45; -,188T."4. „ ~! -
li:" I gAN , 0 T . AIL ;
*Ai i• :Ira "-•
piromied this mil itso Ilk Sabi .
,aiftto &wet, / lays refignia_l4 Aiiitt,ed
it with every conienleitot 1161 Atoostdtipds
tiOurof •11;triic. auy.twittealse 216.- No Wad tra
befilmysd,tornk , sBlloml and
Kay 3, J. B. ATTI/8184 fpl.t'
mis e Lture dirmatifdit itt the line of
£TAPLE & FANCY - DRY - GOODS,
; • R yard.
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CRASH & DIAPER ;F ORT , TOWELS
tgPitigQ &SUMMER DE iAiNs
A nity styles. A large an t s! splenald as
DRESS':GOODS FOR TILE SEASON;
Inch:Laing thelatest stylesoith varieties,to snit
the mostisatidlons. A nice assortment or ,
SPRING & SUMMER SHAWLS.
B ' &HED-441:1151.11ifi,
B, N . T
For Ladies' Sacks.
BALMORAL SKIRTS AND SKIRTING,
The latest sty les .
UMBRELLAS AND. PARASOLS,
A. nice line of
DRESS TRIAL IN'
A splendid assortment of
•.A.•tissortment of ,
YANKEE NOTIONS, and
PERFUMERY, &C.. &C.
THE• MILLINERY DEPARTMENT will 'he
ktrgt:ln good style, wider the supervision of
MIS L. A. MOSHER,
Of well known. reputation. Having host re
ceived from New Yorks, splendid assortment of
SPRING STYLES of •
HATS AND BONNETS,
'Together with a nice assortment of
We are prepared to furnish in that line some
thing that will please and suit all. No pains
will be spared te give in this branch of our bu
glaesa entire tiatistaetiOn..-
Call in and examine oar goods, one door north
otthe Past woe., Main Street,
• I * B. A. PETTES & CO.
Towanda.:Pa.. Joao 12, Mir
TOBACCO —4 OIGAI S.l
Wholesale a s & Retail at
RANDALL Sr COMPTON'S
First door south of the First- National Bank,
MAIN WHEEL. TOWANDA, PA.
BRANDS OF TOBACCO-CHEWIgiII
Oold Leaf. Sunny Side, Pine Apple, Michigan
ilig, Rose Leaf and Sr,t which we oiler to sale
in quantities to edit customers. .4 ) ackages is
Barrels, halls and quarters. '
BRANDS OF CIGARS.
; America Eagle. Gen. Grant, hoboyact., Im 4
perio, Tycoon and the very' choicest brands 4;)t
Yaraa I I
- :FANCY SMOKING.
'The celebrated Looe Jack, Pride of the bid
ted Statka, Virgio6tie ,Gold Lest, Navy and all
kinds of Killicknick., •
Landlords suppliect with • t Foil To
baccci on . lib Oral ter&i.
All orders'prclE9p4 B,llec t .
W. H. RANDALL. ..1" L:.
March 7. 18671
FANCY GOODS MILLINERY
A One Belectibn of
BIBS, SACKS,; &C
CORSETS, I GLOVES; Yuri E NOTIONS,
Top 0z4.D0110 of ,L 1 1 1 4 04. APRA ttoc lot of
i s trf44I , .TERT,.,O99D,
For Otakp l Di at it , old • -stand an
Wain Street:- .1 = Jane 6,1667.74 m.
— MMIXOS . 9011VANY -
GREAIk 'INtoIiOIIIIENTS' vtrO,
,NEgiqp2s, orp ,EIEUWI2I3.
Having" mede,.. with ,the
_York add Me murky, tq do ExprOw -Jhelum'
tWilleir raid,- ire now lectiiiing ill kinds of
tridghtzead 'mathaniiize for - isuta,td.the
gelow—ljerth, oth., Eat, Wadi Um GREW
dee, West Indies: Obods igen' direct
to an,f ti t of Valifbrela t ell: with th e quickest'
...despite c . : Bhippera And ; Minima generally
kmosr,w enernioui-r4es.thej baie bersipay•
iced quicir trLnapc~tq t*. Ifiiiethht Cbsif- 4 .
iffokflikalAki,,,, . 11 P APhWOWY, wf .8411heri, Seri_
dente ma mappers:AO Pmts. :up the pienipa-,.
Jyygell the eddVaipinleir lerniedi so as.
*At tateirwthe basinsealoin methyl
aarirds or packages welgblng.l4,4l.,atid nio s
, are,sbippedky actual weight.' The *Sp
molter Wfts,is lo * Miss the Company,
hi theiw.down. Particular care ant
Attention given to• money and valuable Peek.
ages, Collectkins, Collections Made and
tett= forwarded by quickest diseppatch.
ai t Aa A6l3ii 1. " *Mk
Sege tie Joihrt., , bp hi ' deed`
itithe Miry ICorepely Averf.
day. . J BEEIIAN , Prop'r filapaLirse.'
rrittit t Olintelirrtr4 4 ,
J. Insurance Agency for Bradteid toils% 4.
7'; Id~ Ala 104 vrry J 7,41
Iligfoal cub plan. In annnesS i av •
LVta ll ifr7ilileS ail WARD.
:.:Timifigolgrs4,l9ll7i2. tqirsr.:-rgi. • 'CI..
Rik " •
LEAVE VE $ REOE NTLY MADE
and ue de-
_, .~._. __r...~-~...w-4..fn .... ~iw..~..-... v ....~...
=i ~: i.
!STOW. ;.(47. 1 :OQQ,W
210110 463 4 DO 014 40 ZAKAI OM
n IN PRICE
With one member of our
Om, constantly in' New York
we have been 'able within the
past few days, to profit larlie
ly by • violent ;fluctuations in
the markets; and have made
heavy puchases of all, kinds
i of Goods in our. ine:
REGULAR MARKET RATES.
May 23, 1867.1,,
N ' T 9 R E
- _N'W GOODS 1
W. A. ROCKWELL'S.
PINE AP.PLS,',I 3 EACITES, PLUMS
AND CANNED OYSTERS
• . DRIED APPI,EB, •
iIEAOHEE," PRIItIES , CHERRIES,
MOLASSES, C6EFEE, SPICES,
Of ill kinds in 114 everything in the
BOITER,_I4ARD, EGGS, AND EVERY
VARIETY OF. FARMERS • PRODUCE.
DRlr GOODS OF ALL VARIETIES,
LOWEST POINT IN THE'I4ARKET
IMEAr. AS - Mt" CIIHOEST I
'4L S.ll6S'' OF; ,PRODTME.
11y :IS, 1887.
WAVERtY 11 TE.
fditlistir tern! 'of thte had/titian; ander the
.eharKtof.A. J..LitNG • •AL /d.; will open Am
, 8 0113 0,
'To the other dePartmenti 'at inatritetion, so
keigUtl tboroughlf eatablhibto, • i Mt Mtn-
Par.Plal Muzak equal to that panned in
!m ay at
ogrComrgetpiil Uollejpe; hap h •ftn nilded, with
miderite'ratee ortniudeti -‘1 • . •
p•-iliertnsl9laWasitsitalittl - f which, Wetly pa-
Theslve free WoCllen-
Phplts can` temfter
- thexpenie hciarChi
proeurlnit rootair.-and bmaing thernanlvei, , ior
OA:dabs, at tea.- • „ • • •
l r :41i, iiii f thi
;ft,(lz IPitedcol,lo44. o Trua 4e. Aug. 1,
l&M-Plr AcADE MY
' *TWO. Caillmeace4 fie 3 r 3 41 . 0414.444414 i
.aaMaipsk. atenlad those' deidilas 4,sks quawy
tbmossives for triaehlag) ; •
_ - stailents ltom a diatiaaki4tanti#4atif:lrlth
-46rd•and•Rooma for Koardlag,'
Yarspartieulars address IbiaBearatary:' , .-1 r•
• • BONER CAMP, Becatery. :1 •1 ,
"Aam•iii; leaVitft.: 1..;0 - 11 ,L1,1,:,1!)
I ~ ~
AT A ST/LI.
TEAS, , SUGARS, ,SYRUPS,
V'ill be kept constantly on hand
fresh lot of
NiMmed at Qa:)
And .141 al
tA/3lt PAID .FOR
* -• G SALES' I
'3", t the place Lo hay
F. Si go SHOES
A k -At
:00T: .I. SHOES
tEri-h - BlrettY ego%
BOOT§ AND SHOES
BOOTS. :485 . -SETOES
.-r:i •;Y I_
HUM PHRE Y. B ROT,H I
Since the arrival of
•;' OUR SPRING• ST!Ctek,
OUR SPRING. STOCK,
Our very extensive sales ha's warranted a sin
makjrig preparations for a very large
FULL STOCKED &-
Withigoods of th e
POPtILA . R . PRI,CESI
..GAITERS /OD BALIiORAI/3,.
TIES AND SLIPP ES,
LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN
BOOTS, GAITERS & B.A.LMORALS
MEN, BOYS AND YOUTH
Tire' catalogue eiubricea
ALL THE STYLES
ALL THE STYLES
ALL THE STYLES
First Clam, Boot, and Shoe Store,'
NOW 'OPENING IN , THE
LATITER -FLY NETS,
COTTON FLY NETS,
LINEN DRIVING AND STABLE SHEETS,
NECKS AND EAR NETS,
NO a pil/11131 or
HORSE • F%IESII
SHOULD BW WITHOUT TRKX
- "kg: ' . fAig::-.v,_-,-.*iiitost)::,
ftoMM' akient of theHemwtoliooni,
tabs hand and' ielidy to' Watt' on all ' ble old.
friends and as many more as poludble, and Las
WO, evlesoV •. : .
ZITHER HEAVY OiTLIGHT;
rIND EVIIRYTHINP"-M :;
IN THE LINE - OF . SADDLERY`!`
1 - *::q .k .t.2.7 - ii:i:::
REGULAR LINES 451,
1 • o
$-A 1 - A -T ...: - . .
A , , . 4 :-,,. .I,r i . 4
4 ti ...
U i . ~..
- ; . , N ti
K 9 .
' • , ;•••"%wittiVlLLutt . -*TRUNKS, 'AND.
meiltadoo , :mUni.l4ll.4ll.liAgs,'
; .1. -7;1 - -
f ,The 1111,0•11pig44414vi4C19,:r:WIt*,Willikthi,•i,
tug gess)* 4101.1e!,4 41, the,
f.13,03c1+4 ;:13...;91 •
45404 4 13111 94 1 5ttfiAbeAkttioOtiou n. ch.., •
I tRY 4I3 Punic genera 47.,. to (am etocic •
of Goode purchased under very favdrableOreuni.
atstreel, whictit'we itTev 'fur Cieli or ettorl .
which we:Onli, will sAtiiiiibUr fri ft ad,
,that we cvi furnish Goods at the . . •
:cy k eof our . OR liejes "e9,3443tiji ,',"r ; Ytirk;
and making Purciuuses tor - a jarpLJobbitig
there' as for n 8 .4 We hope by 071- 1
• . - : - . '• • "• r -
sonal atterdion to _our taerriess;.l:64lrq a i :!
'assertaient at ! ill times, ttri liberal deal 44 w:;;..
ourcil4tornig4 , to ix!eritt4e con4 44 F"* uzur
ronage.of the...cowl:46oV- '
' -: ' :i
Special attention given to Mirchat4 auotah•A
ers,*itobny glands:Vl the package.: -04 a 1, 1 1. 4 i.3
for all kinds rif'Gral i tt" and eiluotry l'rodo , 2e.
' 4"0%, STEVENS,SfEROUIt
CH Q ,C E ',T .E A H.:,
selected with grea. ‘...Lich will be so!,1
the box at New York Nitioieitato
SITGAit, ItiOL4,M,ES,'SYRYT, RD )E,
In g4g1 . 1 variety, cheap by the Paclog?.
- A LARGE STUCK• OF . FLO viz
onland in Barrels, Sacks or in Bulk ;
Meal cheap.—Feed Sc.
Stque.Were, BryonLi by thc quantity
i -, •
BU :- , T'6 GA'RDEN SEliiiti
.i OVER 4 - T3lolllr k•EED
The ow kind i 3 aita b 1 e for Dairy niie
• L ~..- •
MARVIN & CO. KEROSENE OIL,
This oil is put up in Sc and tight barrel,
warrantedtß be full meabunr and we Leli;:ve - tbe
quality to be the Lest in markit.
NEW STORE AND NEW Goo 1)
FUSE FROM I}l NEW YORK S 1 A IZK F. TS
The a obserihera have pa rchaeed the 1 ,, ,Pri , ” .
lately owned by A .1. Made, (one dr or s ,
of Ileidleman's Block,) and have filled it
GROCERIES ANJ) PRqYISIoNS
Fruits or all kinds - ha their season,* .
dr.ed), In tact every thing useally found it'
first class _-.
PRO vISION STORE
A share of the patronage. of Toidana and vi
cinity 'respectfully solicited.
We will Oarthe high Est market - price. fur a❑
kinds of LL. •
• COUNTRY PRODUCE.
We also hare the sole Agetiey \ Sur Pr klfq.!
.and adjoinini . connties for the sale of the Cele
brated, Virgium 'and North Carolina ,:-.....litukin c
Tobacco, A liberal discount-made to tb:. tr...b , .
.. BR _Adtkl A.LI. As et) Wk. LI.. -,
_ Towanda, April 9, 1867.
E DI 0 V D •!-
Would teat respectfully unto,ce - :to the cit
mitt of Bradford County, that be• has removed
from Ontoll, Pe., to
OWEGO, N. Y„
Where he LuLa opened a large and Bell selecti,
D R 1
Well adapted to-the precept times of •
L Q. W / P,,R. I, C E
PRINTS, DELAINES, OHALLIES,
97ganitie8, ' Poplins,
PIQUE'g i'LK,S ‘ &C.
‘4ltEif V ARIETY,
i l OP8108: a :tame 4ortii)ent,:of:
1 4441,l ;'iaat.ee iutioa,ia . prices:
siala, pi:if:44,o3U „will please .
I WILL - NOT 'lig-lINDTSOLD !
ttie'olo4;ielpi,„teidisiftintsi ) 4 ..41;4 the i .
lok 6 : 61 0 9 *.5f0 k' of at 'l9 taw
'store oft Unlit Stieet.l # 6 4ri C ,..east °f Pa rk 1/° '
let MintfotthnNgotlidEPA9r k , •
F Oiti SALE.—A good °anal Boat,
equipmeqt. Also a pair of
•VfAllitikaold 'cheap. koply fo
• r litgsT4lll)l-g.ut WiRD.
I lYwirolghl7ls.lB9l. —1
.; , 44i1iii44.;_,,
We hive a large stock of
.F 1511.. (JF ALL ILLWDS.
A*ency fot.the eale:t4
at Mpnfactater's pric6s
CHEAP AS THE'CHEAPEST
WOODEN AND WILLOW.' WARE,
L. H. R 0 NIS 0N .
A. large variety of
TY , 11. E" b 8" a' 0-0 s ,
Consisting , of
i . .: ,