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Towui' Cams Duiscrow.—Baptist
Cherck.—Bev. Bomar , .3)courr i — Pastor.
Preaching, Sundays at 104 A. ar., imul 71
.e. x. &godly School, 11 P. ar. Prayer
Meeting Thausday Gambit •
Y. B. atm*. —Bev: I. T. lizoexcrx, Pea.
tor. 'Preaching every Sunday at 114
sad 7j m. ftuday School. le r. at.
Prayer Meeting every Thmuday evening.
Presbyterian ancre.A.—Reiv.' War.
Pastor. Preaching every Sunda=
a. ar., and 7 P r . IL Sunday i 1; tar.
Prayer Meeting Thursday evenings.
Episcopal Church.--Borv. F. D. Harems, Po.
tor. Preaching every
and 3 P Sunday at 10a Am.
.M. 'Sunday School, it r.
Tula Tssm—Tbe following is the
Tune Tatils of Qui - Pisiituuiiluiti and New
York Canal and Bail Road ccestrasi, which
took effect on Monday, May, 11, 1868:
P.M. A. M. A. M.
Warittax.... 820 11SO. ... .820
Aruzi ...8:45 11:35....8:45
.........7xoo 11:48. . ..8:588
Uusziat ....7.1& 19:03 913
p ••• "111
A.]3. • A. M. , P.M.
WAvzsza. .. 8.08 1110......4 - 28
Arn33ls • —.753 10:45 4.43
MILAN. .7:40 1022 420
-7030 9:52 3ZO
L M. A.M. P. M.
JOHN P.OOl, Eltipainiendent.
j JoHN W. Mix Imo removed his
Law Office to M. 0. hisnoun'e new block.
north side of public square.
Bass Batt..—A match game of Base
Ball will be played Friday 14 hat., between
the Winona B. B. O. of Towanda, and the
Amateur B. B. O. of Owego. N. Y., on the
grounds of the latter.
SO. The lawyers have made a "flit
ting" towards Maacioasnew block. Messrs.
!disco& & Moanow, Hagar Pzer and dons
W. Mix, now have offices in the building
fronting the public square.
UT A daily is now issued tit the
Bs/Jelin office, Williamsport, which is a neat,
and sprightly affair, and is published at the
low price of six cents per week. Williams.
port now boasts of three daily papers, and
the Herdic House.
VIP The old banking ,honst.! of B.
S. Bussatx. & Co., has bear reorganized
under the title of Mereurs Bank—l►f. C.
Milnca being sole proprietor. The Bank
Rill soon be moved into the spacious and
convenient room in the corner of the trees
block now finishing.
Vl...Three prisoners confined in
the County Jail at Owvgo, made their escape
on Sunday night last by sawing through
the bars _their cell. One of them named
Ilsoesnolis, is an old jail bird. Once before
he made his escape, bqt was recaptured.
LIFE INSU:A;CESTIt BURBANK,
of this place, agent of.the Phmnix Mutual
Life Insurance Co,. of• Hartford, Conn., one
of the best in the United, States, is doing a
fine bsdness. The matter of life insurance
is ; dailratAracting new and increased atten
tion among all classes.
a The proprietor of the ' " Ward
House " has procured from the celebrated
maker loin; STEPHENSON, of New YOrk, a
new omnibus for the purpose of giving "free
rides" to the guesti of the House, to and
from the depot. It is a neat affair, built
elpecially with reference to out hills.
ie. On Friday, Jamc BAKES, from
Osceola, Pa„ got up about 3 o'clock at Wil
cox's Hotel, Elmira, and going down stairs
walked off the balcony, falling about 10 feet
to the pavement, crushing in his forehead
and killing him instantly. He leaves a
Rev. J. T. BROWNELL, preached
his farewell sermon, in the M. E. Church,
on Sunday evening last. The church was
crowded to its utmost capacity, and many
persons were disappointed in not hearing
the sermon, beibg unable to get into' the
building. The sermon was able and affect
in.g. The people of this place regret to
part with Mr.B. whose ability and urbanity
have made him a general favorite.
SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT SMITHBORO —On
Saturday last, about 3 o'clock in the after
noon while the carpenters were engaged in
raising a pier of the Smithboro bridge, a
prang man,a carpenter named Joss MOOD;
'drat 19 years of age, was upon the upper
part of the works while the gin pole, owing
to the breaking of a rope, fell and the bent
along with it and he falling between two
timbers was crushed to death almost instant
ly. He was a good workman and much es
Visitors to the Mineral Sprini's
at Canton have been, and are numerous this
season. The springs are hecoming famous
without advertising or puffing of any kind.
People desiring to derive benefit from the
rise of these unequalled waters, will find
them easy of access from the village, by
dueine v a mile over good road. The scen
ery about, the springs is superb, thn y be
ing situated in the midst of a grand old
The waters have been successfully tried
in numerous cases of 'scrofula, inveterate
skin diseases, and for complaints cdrsing
from a disordered state of the stomach. I
do not own the land on which the springs
are situated nor do any of my relatives.—
Hence I cannot fairly be accused of adver
tising for them.
The growtkof our village is as rapid this
season as heretofore—about twenty-five buil
dings are in progress, and as many more
will be built next veil if indicatioria prove
true; Canton boro' has four dry goods
stores, 1 Drugs, 2 Boot 4k Shoe,l Hardware,
5 Grocery Stores, 2 Saloons, 3 Furniture
Stores, 1 Jeweller's, 2 Tailoring establiith
merits, I Meat Market, 1 harness Store, 1
Tannery, 1 Flooring mill, 1 Planing mill,
2 Sawmills, 1 Woolen Lactory,lDial .% Clock
Manufactory, 1 Foundry It Machine shop,2
Wagon factories, and blacksmith, cooper
arid other shops too numerous to mention.
Politically, I believe our boro his recent
ly undergone some change, the Demoroats
claiming to be able to poll 45 votes, where
formerly they could claim but 7. r . ,I do not
know but we have back-sliders. f our back
sliding prove contagions, the state will have
work to do.
H. T. Br.asneux: died on Tuesday last
after a short illness of one week. A. N.
SPAULDING was suddenly stricken with Par
-4314. about 2 weeks since.he lies in a criti
cal condition. iOll2l Mrx. also had a
Paralytic stroke ?week ago, but is recover
Preparations for erecting our new &hoot
House early in the spring are going forward.
The preparations consist in collecting a
per /nits " tax of seven dollars, and three
PEr cent on property. The "bloated-bond
h 1 Iders. " here to comein for a share of the
MI , knilding will cost eight thousand dol
/am the soeistg e „for the prosecution of
Temperance is in a languishing eonditton—
of course your correspondent don't know
sly, the- organization being a secret one;
but he has" confidentially " informed
by a shining . t of the order that such is
t he case. Yours Truly,
Carrox, Aug. . /*O.
-A Gatlin . - WiStoistigLA. 'SOW*
iffsalsg, , • Mud si.lgbt Spot ha the!*.,
hey life t Fifty pail of wedded
ty years in which two lovinglearbe blond
a mysterious oneness—a trueness of bol ) !$;,
fears,' joys, sorrows, interests,' Audi then'
how . pleasant to have, children. grand
din, din, groat grand-children, brothers, sift Ors,
cousins;.nephew's; Mepes, Meet to Isiah
them mrichlOy ! " • .
A bright epotimieed. - "Bright Ibricitlld.
hood, bright for old age. How issfeilitay
will memory e ttrpe, print it ad the pi
mind. Grand Pei " Golden Wed ing dhrg
Will be remembered vividly whin the tkists
of three arra sad tan winters shall tiro
swept with pitiless furyafross the pail ur
ney of life, and beaten upon the *paired
1 Such a Scene—such a golden scene, pc*
enured on the 4th of August, 1868, et the
houlei of Mr. Days VAnDua in Leroy, rid
•kord 00. 1 Pa. It was s complete sorperiie to
the " old folks. " On the morning et the
appointed ag—ii9Pobet44 fifty Yeargsi*
the children from different parts or 4:
country ties far distant as Eft. Louis,
to pour into the family mansion—a 'lir.
table farm house of a quarter of wintery
age; standing upon a beautiful slepsdhilf
concealed by treisized shrubbery.; 4«,
dimmed by age,looked vohunes of wader
As one after another, moo of "holm itead
been absently'. :Tars, were embraced rith
parental fondnaut,how those eyes filled irith
tears ofjoy I -
Between detrand seventy have as#m.
bled. Of 16 children, 11 are living;:strul 9
present, with a good sprbiding of
children and great grand-children. I'ro
persona were : present who were at the'lifid•
ding in Towanda Pa.,Nty years ago. 1 .
At 4 o'clock. the company assembin
the parlor,when the semi-centenarianci
in bridal .attire, lookirig at least tea pars
younger than they really are, stood up; pnil
B. BroowaY Esq., aged. 89 years,whojohnid
them in "holy wedlock," half a emit:07.440,
thought the wonderful changes since
original marriage, demanded that the wi ole
thing be " reconstructed. " He then
them to join their right hands,
he earnestly hoped that in the future ait in
the vagt, they would be faithful to elicit
other, and lire in peace and harmony itill
" death them should part. " Then by the
authority vested in i hin. by the reconstrac.
tion acts of congreak he declared that they
were man and wife as they had been for he
last fifty years. Salutations over, the bride
having been almost smothered with kisseg—
one of the children remarking that as he
had not the privelege of attending the first
wedding, he was very happy in attending /
the second ßev. - 4i. M. Bzwu, of *,
/AWLS, one of the sons•in-law made a tinyily
speech congratulating them on having / hyed
to see this eventful hour, and hoping titey
might live to enjoy many more/yearit of
"green old age,"--that their last flays night
be calm and serene es a summer's eke.
when the heaven's are tinged by the golden
beams of the setting sun. He hoped ley
.would accept in a tangible farm some slight r
tokens of their warmest love.
Mr. J. B. McKean, of West Burlingttn,
another son-in-law, in a neat and appropri
ate address, stated, that as he was the first
to break in upon the family circle thus pa
ving the way for others wholad well taken
advantage of the precedent set, it mitiht
seem proper for him to present in behalt of
himself and several others of the childrea
token of their affection. They though it
not best to give anything that wank(' fa
crease their wealth,but what:would strengr
, en their vision,and 'enable them to see m re
clearly while walking darn 410 western bpi
side of life. He then presented to each a
pair of elegant gold spectacles. The chil
dren who lived at a distance, and °titer
friends, then made 'their presentations,
among which we noticed a gold lined slli
holder, a gold thimble, a fruit knife, t o
large sized photographs ofztheir donors, d
a magnificent ebony goldfhraded cane.
After the presentations, a very interes * I g 4
scene took place, the children stepping for
ward and crowning their mother witli a
golden crown, which we thought a viry
pretty design. It waa --- . gadded with Jas
many silver animas she find borne childnin,
the names being written underneath lin
their appropriate order. We noticed t
four stars had set, indicating that thatnu -
ber had fallen by „death. 111
The company then set down to as i p.
tams table spread in the cool shade,ben,
the beautiful trees surrounding the cot e.
Due respects having been paid to the Ili,
viands, which seemed almost formida O
from their abundance, speeches were called
for. Rev. Mr. TrioarrsoN, of Canton, Rev.
R. M. BrAce,of St. Loins,Rev. H. Hammi t t,
of Canton, and Hon. trainees atzaces,'cit
Towanda, responded iu a most felicitois
Thug passed off the " golden . wedding. "
It was a time long to be remembered—
Every heart beat high. Youth sparkiedlin
the eyes of old age, and the officiating jag.
title declared that he felt ten year.; young
and the bride and groom looked asi thou
they might live to see their "diamond w.
THE BANKRUPT Acr.—The clause lot
the acewhich provided that no per- on sholidd
be discharged whose estate would not pay
fifty per cent, on the dollar, and which totk
effect on the Ist of June last, has been f r.
ther extended to the Ist of January next.
This gives five Mouths time, for the applion•
tionlpf those who have noassets. ;
ter The Nnt.ona Life ' Inaaranbe
Coinpany of the United Stateswari chart4P !
ed by Congress onilie 25th - of July last,alul
.hrui since then orgauizeit and paid 'uplts
capital of one million of,dollars, and is n w
ready for business. Its officers are C. 11,
Ciras President of Firsigational Bankiof
Philadelphia as President, E. W. Parr S4c
retary and Actuary, H. D. Coosa, of "last
ington, Vice President, and JAI COOKS, o!
Philadelphia, Chairman of Financial and
The well knr
_le vv._ town names of the officers,ihe
large and paid np capital of the liberal chin%
ter grunted by the Congress. together with
the lbw cash rates adopted by this Company,
ensures it from the starts flrtit rank among
the Life Insurance Companies of the U. ft.
Messrs. E. W. Ctrart acm , of the wiell
known Bankers of Philadelphia, are ti p
general agents for Penruryttania and ey
bane selected as the manager for central d
western Penn's (which includes all it
few of the - conntimin the eastern of
the State) Mr. B. 8. B17881:LL of this pla i ce,
who has entered upon the duties of his o4oe
and is now engaged 'in appointing agents
and solicitors in the counties within his
territory. ' 1 • I
BITTEN BY A BATTLES:4IOI.-11
C•11.•E•N, of McHenry tow *p, this (min
ty. was bitten by &rattlesnake muter rather
peculiar eircrunstancen He was mowing di
a field when the snake came in contact
with tke scythe and was out in two.
went on around the field until they ert:
back to the Same point when they ten,
move the snake out of the war. Ohe , of
men attempted to lift it with the '
the scythe, but failing to do so, mans k
hold of the piece to which the head was
toehold, intending to jerk it away, but ae
Oka as lightning the head cams back and
the fangs fastened in his thumb so I=4
that he could not pull it ofteacept by bring.;
.fag the piece with t.t. They thee Pet linti 4
doge around the thumb in order to relent
the flow of the poison to-the heart. Du b Ar
a 'boa, timethe swelling - caused that
to brunt. They then tied it around AM emir
and again it burst. As 20011 U it could be
prionniaVafilly *- libitaiiirsil bog it :
Ina 4 10 CIP *M au * " lire; - ; 74 i * S P'
ported ihri he Tie dead hitt .6 !bog i e* fie
~ 0!• of, itrery , renif
&on vkfrits .
; run covet and
~tlileatirthti Nutters at the
ii.Jlie4aieuting of iraniiitrafintlie
Ward, Elmira, about 8 (Meet dii Al**
night. Mao 1, 4 2 , 2 frgra. 4 #1! atlrtadded
about mike ihisiae of Salstoe, and some
rem weeks before . Went tOirt 1 ;4 4 3
sines resided in the him* of Mr. Entrfne
Imams, She-iras naiad iialkhlian'the
track, and alga& were made to bar, but all
to no puriose, and the engine streak ha
haling 'tali:ay - nazi, get, 'Whein she
was pinked. up dead.% T4il man lobo were
also walking on the,truckillaattati l 9m
and laic: dointios were stenakbi the
same tudn and satoady ferns irf theta
Mr. Mom mired boa his injuries the
*lt morning at 3 cetlOcki' The Won' had
servers bruises on his bead:ind one leg leo.
Buis Rinway p arty "
of officW., connected With the Erie Rail
way. on a tour of obserriitkin laquil 'es
Road, came to this place on Tuesday eve
zdzig. and Wednesday visiied Barclay and
the works of the _Towanda Coal Company.
The pub °mitts 4.114 Gouso;. lately
elected President of the Erie Railway, (len.
A. S. Dim Vice Presinedt, and other oil-
Bess BAm..—The,', home and borne
game between the clayttbui ie., of Waverly
and the Winona Jr., Olace,wasy d
on the grounds of the - Tiogies at At on
Thursday leak reardting in ii Victory for the
Winona's by six runs. It Wes a : •layed
and closely contested game:.
Ammar FOR litraDEß: t — , L . t evening a
detective arrived be this cit/from Owego,izi
search of a man name Tem Lane.chsirg
ed with the murder •of old man and wo
menii*x3 near tinitpla ut apex and e half
ago. Warrants issued and Placed - in
the hands of the 'oe. and Officer Conde:
found Lane at e. Exchange HoteLon Mar
ket street. Midenied that his name was
Line, but tad_ it wasyi r illiain"Whiting,„ He
subsea:men y called himself Horatio - It
Whiting When first arrested the oilicer
asked mif he knew what hems. arrested
for. /His answer was "yes.'! He ~then de
air7d to see a priest. He M. engin:tided
by Justice Ittipaaz to await the arrleatof ev•
4'dence from Owego. When asked if he
knew William Lane, he said he did; and
that he(Lane) was his_ uncle. He was then
asked if Lane ever committed any crime
that caused him to leave (*ego: At first"
he said no ; then he said hei believed Lane
was accused of murdering an old roanand
woman. He is in Fort McCormick await-,
iog orders.— Withal/avert Bid/still. -
JIB There was a Itirg : h and Whit
siasbici meeting of ladies and, gentlemen at
Sthithileld centre, Wednesday evening, who
were assembled to hear an 'address on the
political questions of the day, from the hon
orable Judge a:LOWELL. !Ito member of Con
gress from Cleveltuhio,land which he
did in a masterly manner. He showed con
clusively that the same party and persons
that originated and sustained the rebellion,
are now opposing Gen. Gayer and In favor
of 13ov. Sztrwoon, whose wzr record was
many degrees below zero. His address
was very able, and met theciinlial and,hear' -
ty responselof the overcrowded audience.
Corrected every Tuesday rumm4
- .wxxx. lc OMB, Grocers, 51 • Street:—
Wheat - 02 00 ®s2 60
Re • 20
Bu y ckwheat.... ' . ' as
Oats I 70
Butter . (rolls) 8
488 (da i ry) 32 . .35
Potatoes 40 1 50
Ha (per ton) . (4 00
(per bbL) 10 3
Flour XX 1O00(1400
Ham - 20 24
Turkeys 16 18
• , 14 - 16
Chickens 0 12 14
%mars or Gnara.-11'heiii, 60Ibs;Corn,
66 lb.; Rye, 66 lbs ; Oats, 3$ lbs; Barley.
46 lhs ; Buckwheat, 48 lbs; Beans, 62 lbs;
Bran, 20 lbs; Clover Seed 621bs; Dried Ap
ples, 12 lbs; Flax Seed pa mil
ORGANIZE I—Tbe Republicans of
Wyaox ire requested to meet: at the Myers
burg SchOol House on the 15th inst., at 4
o'clock P. RI, for the purpose of forming a
GRANT and COLFAX. Club.; The import
ance of - detailed, organizations is apparent
to every loyal man.
We have a subtle and unserapulons ene
my to defeat. A party which for - years
mismanaged the government, of our coun
try, and their misrule only ended by con.
vulsing Of the country' and civil war, that
brought death, sorrow and, mourning to
More than three hundred thimsand north
ern. nomes. This cruel war forced the
government to create thousands of millions
of public debt. The same leaders.of this
unworthy party, are now seeking with most
desperate and unworthy means, to mislead
and deceive the people. This half-rebel
democratic party, made up mostly of the.,
traitors of the South, that for
fought with relentless cruelty to overthrow
the best government in the. world, Abele
men are now demanding with slave-master.
arrogance, to be hgain entrusted with pow
er and place.- Are yOu willing to trust
these bold, bad men again with poster?—
If not,. unite with the people 'who sustained
the army and country with their blood and
treasure under Gen. GRANT, ; and •.• Luz us
E. Reed Myer, William Lewis, Geo. T.
Granger, W. E. Stoll, A. Cooley, E C Spen
cer, J W Poole, G E Poole, .7 B Hinds, A 11
Ilinds, - A Lent, E Wood, T F Madill, G .
Wood, W A Bennett, D C Shirman,-flaml
Chainberlin, B E Whitney, KJ Coolbangh,
John Sullivan; Henry Trumbull, E B
Barnes, W E Bull, Joseph! Conklin, 1 B
Smith, Wm H Conklin:
Mir TRIAL tan for Septmilbor
Ezra Loomis va\ltufne'C Stockwell...efee.,
Agnes Smith vs. Cornelius M00re.... issue.;
Emma J. Hewitt vs: Samuel Kellum.. Oct. !
Harvey B Ingham vs: Harry Horthrop.debt.
A B Smith vs. W B Storrs et. al Tres.
A Vanderpool vs. H Vanderpool.
Polly Chilean vs. Jim W Sweeket. al...rep.!
P 0 & Alf Dodge vs. I 31 Smit h tree.;
I Fralick Co vs. N Vanderpool • • ap.
K Stevens vs. F H Pence% et.
McCauley Co vs. Cdo E MOMoran..case.
Gibson vs. McCauley case.
Gibson vs. McCauley cas e
FOCAI Co vs. tree.;
Denmark vir. HOBE Co i ease
Wing A Mitchel/ vs. Wells I Blood . case'
Nozon vs.. Towanda C dr. I Co.. fa. mork.,
Chaffee vs. Benson . atle. ex.'
Lent vs. Prince set fa.,
Lent vs. k'rince mi. b. ,
Whipple iii. Cash's adm • se. render.
Riff vs. • Kris. case
Miller vs. Tanner .. . . ......sci.
McGill vs. Towanda Township - debt.
Westan's ex's. vs. Millard. ale
Bedington vs. Person •
Lewis vs. Jackson et sod. i t
Dlabraz vs. Blood et. al
Patterson qrs. Griffis et. al_ tree.'
Lovett vs.!Alger's ad'm lease.
Sackett Ili. Spencer A co •
s l . eet.
Record vs. Walbridge e ect.
Tway & Moore vt. Smith fa.
Shaw vs. Tswana tap - , debt
Myna vs. Grids ; • tees.,
Bfivens vs. Ball • ap.
Fleraing & Jones va. Wooden - ems,
Day ra. Benjamin at Varguson sp.
Russell & eo. et:aL es. Andrews.. .debt.
- Subpoenas returnable at 10 .a. — in. on
Monday September 14. 18M.•:
Wm. A. TBOMAS Prothonotary.-
FOR SALL-A Sabnlarnhip in the
Soiquetutans Collegiate Initituto for solo
or rent, Apply to Sramir, limn, at tho
aloe of Menu ilkorow, '„Tcrnando E Pa.
Ably 29, 1869.-4
8 md 141 40 1 0, 14004c=',4114'f0l
korintlialletatatingetitiatioN vteliMair fries
quake* m -nab% - -we , beim
under oath. the,wrimal anarmiketuiers
of, thrOughout the United
State's.-.. Sine 111141" Plailenk
:*Mee -41 he lit been at seinaleins M tiol=
leek show at a glares the wonderftd growth
and peat Impartitioe'W Aids - branch of
Ammo* nuardsotomm - Itikbeobsard
Veit one dottipaity eked tas goduoid arid
Aoki within theism crierforitthrie aceiesed
• `li is somewhat rtmarkable Ask
i vbaring the recent .Megnation bilrader this
business has been bat tt,
l eetie' A!!! 1 , 1010. ." - -Ore 'llitor*O;# t'
Vd vem. , PoOritfartond , ad-4
*dun* Od - v id* • .
Ttra ad i iyMuzd ttiy iischtimm' aoronao i l6 " 1 . 4
The W 14,41; Wpm hif:Co 38 42
The Grover & Bakes ECM. C 0..... 14999
Tits C0,,.. :..1:053
The Flarambe SAL CO' 10,531
The =pile 50C0 .. ; .. .... . 3,185
The 4Etna Seeing, Co' 's - .2,958
TheFinkle & Lyon LAIL Co
The Empire Sewing M. Co .....
The Levitt . &in X . Co ....1,051
Total double . - Ami1dn0m,;..151,135
The Wilcox* Gib , ; J. :.-414,155
221bElumi & Clir •-• Co..
Tim Goodspeed Wyoming & MCci..3,128_
Total 'thread maohines....lB.o7o
The ~ ,• . 'ads and Agates we And in
the ' tehrof Abe seventh inst.
ear orso ago, is our Madras win
remelt we published a settee of articles
duo vs of me of the greatmanuhaetur•
loga is in oountay. We then se
nt cilium= Mammalian° COMPANY,
Anted in this city; as the representative
end leading . conesni- in the .department of
sewing and we are now pleased
tolhad that we did-not in thelmakeragger
ate culaver•estimate the Importam of the
company is question.- It is noteirmthjand
'somewhat 'euggestive that the
m:, who did -- not, as we understand, take
the trouble of visiting, or even sending their
.the Paris Ezpoeiti on—who;
seemingly dnot care ,: in the lea* for rah'
erlmhi smash; or zed 'ribbons, and whoeb
name is rarely,seeniMprint=should, never
theless eclipse -Alt, other sewing machine
concerns in the magnitude of their boldness.
There is, of course, a reason for all this,bnt
we leave our readers -.to And that out for
• smashes.—.slrom the Home Jaffee?, fieyd.
Anybody by sidling at Wickham & Black's
Bowing Machine Depot and examining the
machines on exhibition. and the work they
turn off, will readily see the reason for the
great popularity of the "Sligo& "
WANTED.—A man that is competent
to do fist elms horse•shoeing to whom
steady employment and liberal wages will
be given. Asply Immediately to M. J. WEL&
ran, 'Athens, Pa. August 8, '6B.
Lsliarsviux, A ceDemy—LEßAvaviu.s
Itches. A.° A. KEENEY, Principal. Fall
Term commences August 314 1868. The
Higher Mathematics, Book-Reeping, Latin
and Greek, &c. - , taught.. Tuition 14,00 to
85,60: The services of ascompetent assis
tant will be secured. Information in re
gard to Board and rooms foi Boarding may
be obtained by , applying to W. W. liacwx
um, Esq., Lellayaville. Pa
July 29, 1868.-4 w .•
thisbeDir,`Mtus Fi.oun—Made from
prime old Winter Wheat, is worth 15 per
cent. more than' the imme amount, and
quality, made from now whtat. A sack or
barrel will Make 15 per cont., or one pound
in seven, more bread Ulan from the new
crop. Making a difference in value in fa
vor of the old of two dollars per barrel or
fifty cents per sack. diving to the new con
taining that proportion of water More than
the old. Thin fact is welLknown to Bakers
and every one 'should understand it. We
have bought, and still continue to buy. all
the Old Wheat to be had, and will have a
supply until the new_crop,ks lit to use to
No decline in quality. We -wpm) to
make it better and better all the time.
11. B Isarux.
Camptown, Aug. 13, 1868.--a.
I Every 'Republican ,wunte the
Poroes. The neatest, _cheapest and spici
est paper out. It is loaded full of fan, and
shot olf monthly, at only 25 cents per year.
Specimen copies five cents each. Address
Tam Porms, Laparte, Pa. July 23.1 t•
Mir The subscriber holds fur sale
at his place in Camptown, a three year old
iron gray Mare 'Colt, freight I,2oo_pounds,-
a good ' VOW', one-hose Lumber wagon, a
Cutter; and - also 6 Sheep to let to double.
. August 5, 1868.-4sel
HAND Loom. --A. 0. VERVE; Self
Acting Maud Loom. Manufactured and
for sate by A. 0. Vans A Co.. Andover,_,N. t ,
Y. Bend stamp for descriptive circular.
June 18, 186&-3n4 •
STRAWBERRY PLANTS—Wilson's Al
bany Seedling. 12 cts per doz., 50 eta per
100, $4 per 1,000 ; Aviculturist 12 eta per
doz., 50 eta per 100, $4 per 1,000.; docun
da, (Knoz's No. 700) 25 eta per doz., $2 per
100, 120- per 1000 ; Jucunda (when other
kinds are taken) 12 eta per dos., $1 per 100
$lO per 1000.
Can furnish' Wilion's and Agriculturist
now ; docunda's by August Ist..
_ I. G. Hower , 31011TOCOD, Pa.
July 13, 1868.-3110 •
MVOS AND LOT Fos SALE,--A.-1101180
and lot'on Fourth Street, pear Jaime Phin
ay's, A bargain offered. Enquire of Wrist-
WM.& Biros, Towanda,
June 4, 1868.tf.
4 NTS r - ANTED.—Lindiex, and gen.
tlemen wanted in every township in Brad
ford county, to canvass for Ilolland's pith-
Hs:Miens and engravings.- Agents are Meat*
ing trim 1.50 to 8150 per month. Adclrera
at once A. A. Beoww, Toisranda, Pa," •
ToWANDA STEAM FLOURING MILL. -r-
The Undersigned proprietors of the Towan
da Steam Flouring Mill. are ready to do
custom grinding in the best porisible man
ner and at unusual abort n otico.
Having securad the services pf a comm.-
tent and obliging miller, they Mel warrau
ed-in promising entire satisfaction..
Flour and Feed at lowest cash prices.
Warns dc nano%
July 2, 1868.-Inr.
TAKE Noncm --The undersigned
about to Change his place of bUsiness,
therefore gives notice that all ontatandin
accounts due him should be eettled,by
lst day of August next.. or they will be le l
in other hands for collection.
June 16, 1868-Bw. . Joins Mitamsru.l
A ; R Le D.
BCOTT—LARABEE‘--At the house Of the
bride's father, in Albany, by Rev. Cl: W.
Bterifere, July 5, 1868; Mr. J. R. Scott
to Miss Elipha Larabee, both of Albatiy. •
REDLEY--IdOESE—At the residence of
the bride's father, July 28, 1868, by A.
Boyse, Esq., John Redley 2d,.and Wm'
Elms Morse, all of Leßoy, Pa...
_.. , " •
8, 'N. BRONEION,,OBWELL, P4.,1
Offers to builders I mnst complete stock 'of,
, Builders Hardware. :4ashoilass 011
Prints, Varnishes,Bonds, Trkuunisrs • , Butt s, Door Trimmings. -
TIN ROOFS, OONDUCI'ORS,-;
Gutters, put on by experienced ivorkmei and'
at the lowest rates. • Tinkering and Jobbing,.
sap boilers, Sip eplles, he.. Howe's Sewing
Machi as, none better. Universal, Clothe,.
!rimers, best in use. Wheel Rakes and COM,
Mud Plaster Sower. worthy the attention of
tie* livelllgent farmer. Bobbard's Mowing lfs ,
clines, durable and dalirable. 4or 41 foot eat.'
Tables, chairs, bedsteads, spring bed bottoms;
and other :
FURNItURR - 1
Farrows will find this season the best quality.
f Tin Pans, Milk and Strain Pails,, and evw
description of Tin Ware. Plowand Salt,.
Glen r and Thirdly Spinning Wheeb,:
Flak Wheel, Reels, Wheel Reads, Flyers;
Field Rollers and Pinter Sowers furnished to,
order at lowest possible prices.. •• • • •
ALSO—Corn Shelters, Morticing MaChines,
Orwell, Feb. 20, 1868..
•' .—R 6ress_my ' wife liki
wr, has WI my bed and board without
just messier provocation , all primmer*. berth
forbid barbodoger trusting bar as soy amp,
as I wUI pay to acidic of ber ameracting alter
Wads% 1 , JOHN T aillill.
---arsavile, July 20.16R.-3t• , .
(IHO2Og :No.l itiLOKERKI„!
‘l, sidnteepet_ pOind it, ;
laniang Carer• dear ,
Van anima „ lad Uri it nollnal
AIM 1 0 4 44 01 ' sitterci
.e!.-4.11V21.0 4 -WArarnfi§- 1 .:.- ,4 +
Andsirell knial tiniOnmit, swiss
WATCRICS, I warranted co run win or the
l ir a ' l2 " 11:4 . 1111111-
A i n t ie lif u kf ul F O l l / 2 1 1 11 4 - , i I A! 1 et5 61 P4 4 7k 41
§lLVERAt r iiit
to a l Plitekli,./ 1 4 1 . 1 1/ I ?ge# Bkother
F 411.8 , -4/f.P., 8 V.OO RS 1
- • Read',
Bre,akfctet ci-D4nner Cantors ,
ICE P 011 R's !
-; 11 , 6 !go oske:Piike.;m4
BUTTER j Nzaity NELTERS,
1%6 iniugs,T, *a, .1;3.. - 44::::tp;
OtAillwatali r 1 00;11
GarYnab, ll4 4NßS
Fa y : - Sewino - machine;
These lifichineiiare interior to of othero for
family sae, fez the following reasons :
They mw with two threads clad f-froarthe
spools,tind require 04 rewindlni, : •
i They ete ,titore y Udoot aid ilia;
antler liable to derangememt, - than other *A-.
They are capable of ...eiecuilig perfect.y,
without cheap .of adjitatmentie much,/ Wetter,
Satiety - et work tothermacemes.
The atitelfmade ati
by them meeldnim• much .
More firm, elastic , and durable, upon
articles which require-*he and tied,
than any other stitch.
This stitch, owing to the mannerhieh
the . under thread' is unwtough4 - le • WM* the
most plump and beautiltil in Gar,-and Mans
this plumpum and beauty, eves neon articles
frequently washed and ironed, until' they are
• The structure of the seam is inch, tbet; tho'
It be cut or broken at intervals ;, of only a few
stitches, it will neither , °pert run. nor ravel,
bat remains firm and durable. .
Unlike other machines ,. these fasten both
ends of the seam by their own operation.
With these machines, while silk is used upon
the right or face side of the stem, cotton may
be asetupon the other side without lessen)
the strength or durabi li ty of the seam. Th is
can be done owlet other numb*, sad Ls a great
saving upon all articles stitched or made up
These ineiblitee; in addition toitfreir superior
merits as instrumbete Air sewing. execute the
most beautiful ant pernmiteut emhroidery and
orbameotal work. ' • • , •
Yon can get Sewing NacbiniNeedles and all
articles pertaining Visite maabine business.
WATCH AND CLOCK . RP:RAISING ,
Done in ,the beat manner, aa anal at low rates.
Towanda. July 18,.1867.
A ND HE • PLAYED .ON A' HARP
OP A TROUSANID STRINGS,
MUM( & CO'S TEMPLE t v AMme
For sttle the Celebrated :fdathusbek G aed,
and the beautiful little Coilini Pianos. Pianos
of 219 'strings. Piaool of one third more pow
er. 'Piano% Hist it:tidbit More 'structure
Plumy that fare - better made In iliery respect
and will stand In tone longer than soy now in
use in this c,onntry and Europe. These Plane
differ in construct I an in the Inside from all o th
ers, the strings cross the Iron Rama in all dl
actions, dlKErlbutlng Mt- immense pressure
equally to all aides I the *plate. Besides oth
er improvements peculiar to their construction
the combine al. the Improvements of every
nth r manufacture. Bend for illustrated circu•
where everything:is explained to Batista&
den. Also constantly on 'band a fall anon
merit of Haines Brother's Pianos. Organs and
Melodeons of the best of various styles for the
church and parlor. Parlor and ticiodebn Coy
era. Plano: and• Melodeon, Stools, Instruction
Bonk' torlde:odeon and Piano. New and old
sheet - Music, on baud and ordered If dealt°
leo for sale. - Prof.-Vao Rensselaer and Pier
son's Piano, Furniture anu Carriage Polish.—
Plano.tonlog done on short .notice. Liberal
dilatant to talniatera, churches and , teachers.
Alsoagents for the
DECKER BED CHEM UNEQUALLED
PATENT - , 'PIANO FORTES !
W. A. CHAMBERLIN. W. Dirrmen. ,
Towanda. Feb. 43. 1888.
FLU a R A 111 HURRAH!
HERE IT IS AT LAST !
1311AMHALL, COWELL & 4121811,
li vVE IT l
Anything yon want In the Gro , ery Hoe. flee
what they have :
FLOUR, FEED, FISH, SUGAR,
PORK, TEA, SPICE, BUTTER, EGGS, LARD,
DRIED AND CANNED FRUIT
Iit:RERH FRUITS IN THEIR REJOIN.
SALT BY THE SACK OR BABREL.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
We re solel►geots for the best brands or Vir-
CAROLINA 'SMOKING TOBACCO
Whole rale and Email
Lestljr, everything In th • GROCEEtY.sad PRO
sir Remember gybe piece, No. 61, Melo stint,
Mut door be/ow Neldletuau'r mock.
. Todranda, Juue 11. 1868. B. C. & C.'
EAT - UNITED' STATES
Y, KELLEY &IGO.,
Nos . 26; 'r% ed,3o Veiey
EW YVES CIITY,
o• plipplylng.. : familles tproagytoat th
country with teasand -coffees -thron'. the ay
tem of _clubs and their regularly appointed
'genie, at a alight advance on cargo prices,
their teas' to be pure andt
fresh and also to give entire , astisiaction, or' - they an be returned and the money refunded:.
Remember that by oor system the consumer,
pap 'only , ONN PROFIT. inatlnuLaf 'seven ot I
eight a itlnmost do whoa be unrchasea of the
°toile grocer. WE DEIFY. COMPETITION..
We -special attention not only to our stand
ard goods, .bnt our. fancy brands of Colon and'
Toting Dyson Teas—pecan. tla teas.
$ 1 1 1 71 , 1/ 1 3 1 $ IroM Japan. Oar Coffee Depart-,
ment Is manage-11,80 .on :the' , system of one:
prod only, and al oar coffees are soll.otllbeir
merit". •We only iktrial. .
A 11, one importation of one teas sect mown
can be had of our regular appointed agents. -
Al; oor geode are rinds put op
. by oiliselver .
in one pound ,packs es. • our warebovae In
• New 'York, and retailed at - W: H. H. GORE'S,
Drug genre, N 0.137 Main street, at the small '
advance of 6' cents per Mound over one New
York prices. 'This brings the geode 'at, the
prime they can - he purchased ft , o - , oor
corm , with Gm freight added., J ' . - '. - '-,
WOK AT AOUR ?BIM. r,' • . i '
COIIIND (Week), , d(W, 70., do., OIL; I per
lb., beat . ' MIXED - (Green and Blank)i: aft.
70.. 80c.,00,. 11 per lb.; beat. YOUNG BY
-50N.040110 .600 , 70c,180c., OD., $l, 11,114
11,20. per lb.. twat. IMPERIAL (Green)._ 90c.,
1141,15. ENGLISH BREAKFAST Mel),
M I $OO .. SOC„ 11. $1,10.11,20. best: - JAPAN
'9oc., $1:51,15 per lb. GUNPOWDER: 11,26,
11.50 per Ih. - Imantong Boyne Tours Hymn •
In orlginalChlneme packages 61 60 per le:
lege. Illaspd World.' I !It ' olidir* peso Ptchaffea 1140 vet paMOlffe, ' • :
PANCT I BRANDO.--Nbsgring_lh (Elk)
$425- peir 1b: Nsislibs • Nits= nun i Prat
(Weds) ow, per lb. Uncolored Japan Teas ; days front isPIII) tutitir . - "PlialliVor All
In Yokohama:llo par UK , - 1
GROUND COSTEll.—Pare Rio . IN IS pied
30 cents pee 1b.. , Best - Old 'Cloilinueent: 'Jan;
40 cents per lb. Royal tilub. 21 cents Sr lb:
Mountain vssatiaty 80 pests pe; lb.' I- .. 1
'lliersse SI imitations and bogus comPiiSieS.
All our goods' bear our Tnde NIA Mt 140
big. lit (Om are tops*,.: ', . 01:Sm.
JOUR.—Wbeit 'none: of
/M*4 Bao'Wad Bea; dais,
v. IL '
- w all 71: Sal
W - H
OZ BlifPliat',,Gll. S.
P ,- R WTI 11-o)*',7-IUO,IIIVI
~P3 . .„*..'- ...- -,:.
The nodenifined,: anti:foraged by
ihkinoe4` ,- 1 11 4 1 ;b1 0 *Iii-,ftk,I. 1
v pitroiiage,they have re
. • 4 ' 74 r
oeiv - ed; 6y:flying 1140 castoin t erithe
4vaotage of tlielr . yeare' . eaperleoce,
together with Ahe'' bind* of their
'fol. - 031;43g
•• They keep•:6;tiotantlY:4;iliiadi a
vetihiiie'aid . 'UlAupletii:tu3lorttuunt
of ~ everythltig hylludr, Age, and - are
daily resieivitqf, t such i",additiona to
their stack raa the want* of their
•-•they• bare tiow. store, Sigari
Syrup, Molassea,'-Coffeo, RiCU, To-
Fittb; Salt, Cheese`, Fruits,
Crackers,- Candy, Matches, Broom ,
Wrapping Tatitie; Moir
Sacks, Beads, sad a great varlet" of
other goods, which have been recent
-1,7 bought at the lowest poi tin , the
market, and are offered at w üb•eale,
ap rates to correspond. " -
They desire to call especial atten.
tion to their large stock of Flue
Teae, which they , nre Belling_at New
York Jobbing priceo,—guaranteeing
he quality in al! ciiies
Have also on - -band a good assort
ment orPloni, Pork and Kerosene
They still oontiune to have the
benefit'of a resident Partner in New
York, who is constantly ta the market
and *pared to turn to anr•advan-
age any favnrable changes in
FOX, STEVENS, INEECUR & CO.
May 12, 1868
QwFT .T av CO.,
Are now receiving their
VARIE7 Y . OF GOODS,
IN• EVERY DEPARTMENT,
All of , which
ARE OF D
Lowest Mirket Prices
Towand,i, Apra 7.1 a 8
S P W 01; AL •N:O,T Ii;
SAII.3AP MOLL/. AND SODA Wein FOB
TT! 'IwILLioNs. • •
The Subscribers baring built a New uhoP.
and supplied, themselves with the . latest and
mult=sll machinery. and the 'very belt
Materials the purpose ate 4ol4 prepared to
nun sad offir i t ri tbe polite r & eu_perior
article of their Suss and Soda Water,
good at all Aline% an no hullepensibly neces
sary for ilthltiod comfort, daring the bested
Wm. and Iwarm imumer months which are
Rio, 141011 OIL - •
Thankful to i'ginerous public for the very
liberal patronage we bare received during the
*bon time 'we lavaboes' segued-Wee boil
nem here, we are determined that no effort on
our pert shall be wanting to meettand secure a
contam pi' the public patronage, commen
surate with our increased facilities - for supply
ing Diem with what limy need. - • ,
- 'AD orders - Warr ibm will receive Immediate
OPPole• Re Depot, Towald i M
Jane le t 111118.-3•0
" 814bn:tears entitle; • ander, the was
of Beolth4Peekli this day &mint by am
teal osasmit. The books'of the km ere lett ht
the binds of Yr: 'Perth jet settlement, st bin
i ."Mairdsated *aim Ore enisslet
•••• tlereent;,st ellnoecnlts
ad settled by the pit of Amost, !ill he Mt
'lll/11X111 'an% •
= " ' ' • 111/J., N. vas`
, Trnmag, hos 20, UlSB.—ger I . ! •
Qll2lll ieF'S SA :.:-Ity - ' , 4 , tie :of.
a writ of 111. Pa., Issued out of the Court
_Saltriur of. *ridfs4 Cousty. ~mrd to
me itill ifs IWO. nisodatto •liiitlb
sale at rho Mort House In the Borough of To-
Pf BR 8, MI
aftinall p;pi... th e I•= l iountbedlst, ,
pica or parcel of land situate in Ulster twp.;
bounded and described as follows: On the
north V laid /aorta -RoCkty,br: tho:east 2 . 1.. arms - riving Os) RI •oath by
b; lad - on the west by itiliiiiiss
Eirrai: Otintairting 80 acres of land, more
or less, all Improved with a litine,d house, two
old llogbarmr 'adds:, halt Immi Winos. q --,_
m Sifted nod Mks* in . aracation as the mu, of
P. V. Ward vs. 11136,1140ailidiumes litsCnltyi .
John Gallivan and ZerrinSullivan.•
ALSO-The following described.lot piece or
pit* of laid Musts In W e twp.,
bounded'north by the public biglnray leading
from Troy to Burlington, rest by land of Geo.
W. Godard, oath by land of B. R. Ward and
by . public highwa y rlending from West
kr Rackwallm Mills. ... Containing.
abort glum feet, • now" or kar, all Im
p" fielzed w su th d a tata med igiF sh9 n thetwih tlou pt . tbe suit oi
W. B. Guthrie vr, Johnrqn.t. Abiar at
thi.sult of Airgfilltrid merry . Tr. rode:irk
Minion; , .. , :
derieribed lot, email or
parcel of land sitnate in Towanda Boro' r bound- -
ed north by land of J. l. Goliath., east, by the
Sasqueltianitiiver, aoutliby. , Bridge streetand
wed by lands ,of 'W. Patton. COntainine
12000 span GAM, wire or lace, 'with-two small
grimed handles. thereon• • dad : (mbncid be.'
trees s Mae forty tied *et east of and parcel:,
letwith daft:Wens'u t brick block sad the Sus.
Babied and taken In execution at the cult or
B. W: Baba. Patton; - -
lot piece itt
pared of land situate in Sylvania horct bound
ed north by land p u blic. Bcouton, east liy,Fal
Burrltt, sontb by highway leading hum
roytollfaultetal, west by said Wnarillcouton.
Containingi ot.ativeitic-ofland.-mont errleis.
all Imputed with &framed house ;small framed
barn sled few fruit trees thereon,
Seised and taken in. eitechtion at *basun of
•Oeo. 11. - Davison'a nee Ts. Spencer Pawns. f.,-
; ALSO—The tellowiag described lot. piece es
parcel of, hUidallaate in. Albany tep. • bounded
north by lands of N. A ,Ladd,east by land of J.
IL Campbell, south end west by lands in poi.
sea, ion 01 - 11. 8: 'Wilcox.. Containing one Ern
of land more or bisso llll o l ProveiL. . •
Seized and taken execut i on at-the salt of
J. 8. Campbell vs. F. N, Wilcox. - - '
' ALSO—na following described lot'pleei or
parcel oadand situate int Wilmot tarp., bound
ed north bylands of John Jacoby. east by land
of David Elenba, south' by land of John
Fo4 and west land oiDiram- Horton. Coto ,
taWlw4o Ades otlend, - More or leak shoot 20
acres improved with Awe - log' bottles, use log
biro. sad a few frolt-treea thorium.- • •
- Seized and taken in execuska at the Ault of
O. B.BtoirelPs nee vs. - Hannah Fisk.
ALSO=-The following described lot: phtim or
parcel Of land situate in Canton Ewe., bounded
north by land of lane Colwell an N: Venamee,
east by land of 8. D. Kendall, south' by the
public high,way, and west by lan 1 :of said N.
Vernon*, et. al. Doatalning 21. acres of land
more or less, all improved • whir one framed
house. saw mill and a few fruit trees thereon.
Seised and taken In execution, at the suit of
Elias Rockwell vs. B. P. BMbop.
ALbo—The following described lot, piece or
parcel of land situate in Smithfield twp., bound
ed north by the public, grounds,' east by Mae
public highway leading from Smithfield Centre
to Burlington, south by land of A Phelps, and
'west by land of N. 'Bullock.. Containing one
acre of land, more cr le-a, all improved with a
trained tavern house, framed barn and a tow
fruit trees thmeon. .
Seize:d and taken LI: execution at the snit of
L. S. Arnold's use vs.- N. F. Tattle. •
ALSO—The lollowiug described lyt, piece or
parcel 01 land actaate In Ttiecerora twp., booz
ed north by . Wluchester'Cobb, on the east by
George A. Maine anal/ohm Potter, on the south
ind wee:. by George Waltman. Containing 50
'acres,,mere or less, George-Waltman.
15 ter*. Impruved,
more or 'eel a long house and log barn and a
tew-fruit trees thereon. •
Seized and taken f t elocution at the snit of-
Porter Sr. Nichols vs. Thomas Putter, •
Al.bo—The loliowing described lot piece' r
parcel of lend situate in Smithfield tap., boon.
ded north by binder of 0. E. HA1T1 . .., east by
edam Schell, south by M. S. Dibble, and west
by David Soper add Jacob Fletchei. Contain
ing fifty -acres, more or less, about' 70 acres im
proved,,with a log horse, board shed and a tow
milt trees thereon. • •
seized and t:ikea iu execution at the salt of
Evan Lewis vs. A.G. Camptva & brothers.
.ALSO—The following described •lot, pleceior
parcel of land situate in north Towanda.twp.,
'bounded north by find of C. M. Manville, east
by land of David Rutty, south by land of Erne
'line Rutty, and west by land belonging to the
estate of John Simons deed: • obtaining 10
acres or land, more orless, all improved..
Seised and taken in- execution at the suit of
Codding & Russell vs: Samuel Hawkins. , --Also
at the snit of Emeline Rutty vs. Samuel Haw
ALSO—By virtue of sundry writs of Fl. Fu.
and Vend. Expo., tbe. - tollowing described lot
piece or parcel of land situate' in Orwell and
Herrick twos., bounded north by land of Wm.
Smith and Widow Light, east by lands of Thos,
B.:Smith the eatateot Charles Stevens. dec'd.
and Homer Coleman, south by lands of A.R.
Brown and Homer Coleman, and west by land
of Elisha Heeler and Widow. Light. Contain.
log 100• - acres of land, more or less, about 70
acres Improved with a framed, dwelling house,
two flamed barns. framed shop and orchard of
fruit trees thereon.
ALSO—One other lot, Ptece o r- parcel of
land situate in said. townships, bounded north
by lands, of Eimer Allis and WidOw Light,
east by E. N. Heeler and Homer Co roan ,
south by A. R. Brown -and H. Hitch k's
heirs, and west by 31.' Hitchcock ' s hei and'
Eleaxer- Attie. Containing .80 acres o land,
more or Tess , about '5O acres improved, ith a
framed dwelling -house, two framed barns, framed shed and orchard of fruit trees ereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the , salt of
Geo. C. Atwood'S' use vs. E. N. Heeler and
Eliaba Reeler. Also at : the suit of George C.
Atwood's use vs. Ea, U. Reeler.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or
par cel if land situate in Canton bore , boned.
ed north, south and west by lands of Wm. S.
Bilker, and east by lands belonging to the heirs
of 3.11. Rose's estate. Containing. 4 acres of
land, more or less all improved. with a famed
house and few fruit trees thereon.- , _
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of
J. E. BeHoek ea. William Brew. • '
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or
parcel of land situate in Bidgburystwp bound
ed north by land of Sturges Spires, east by
George Peterson, south by the Vi ebb estate arid
Jasper Roberts, and west by George• Burnham.
01 ['tabling -45 acres of land, more or less,
about 38 acres improred..with a framed house,
log barn and an orchard of unlit trees thereon.
Seised andlaken In execution at the suit Of
J. C. Robinson' use vs. .William Rolfe and
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or
parcel of land situate in Rome twp.;bounded
follows: Beginning at a stake and stones,
the north-welt corner of 'Dennis Rockwell's
land, thence north 24° west 96 pie., to the line
of Beeman estate, thence by said - Beeman line
north 874° east 196 pre. to the line of Francis
Dimmock, thence along said line and. line of N
Russell, south 24° east .96 rs., to the north.
east corner of said Rocksiell's land, thence be
am north line of the same southo74° west 136
pre., to the place of beginning. Containirg . 76
acres of land, more or leas, about 40 acres
proved with a framed : ones anti barn there.:n.
. AL' 4 O—One other lot, piece or parcel of baud
situate in Rome twp. bounded north by lands ;
of the estate of N. &email', east. by laud in
possession of C. L. Parka. south by John Rue.
sell and Wm. McCabe, and wee by John Rus
sell. Containing about 60 acresonore or less
about 50 acres improved, with a framed house,
2 framed barns, corn house and orchard of fru'?
ALSO—One other lot, piece or parcel of land
situate in P.orne tap., desctibed as follows :
Beginning, at a corner of a lot - .conveyed t..
Mathew Thomas F. Hill, In the Beath line
of a lot conveyed to Joseph Seeley, thence
along the said south line west 31 1-10 ors; to a
corner of land conveyed to Smith Lent, thence
along the east line of said last mentioned lot
and east line of a lot conveyed to John- Pass
mote south 90 5.10 prs., thence along the north
line of a lot conveyed to N. D. Beeman, east
31 1-11 prs., and thence along the west line of
*aid lot conveyed to Mathew B. h Thonias F.
Hill, north 90 5.10 pls. to the place of begin
ning. Containing 19 acres and 94 perches of
land, more or less.
Lac An d taken in execution at the salt of
Lim James vs. Smith Lent.
A —By virtue of a writ of Vend. Expo.,
the following described lot, piece or parcel of
land 'sitnate in Leßoy twp., Beginning at a hem
lock On the bank of gull brook. (so called)
thence north 61° east-a 9 pre. to a post in the
aide of• the public highway leading from Leßoy
to; Taylor Huddle (so called) in Granville tsp.'
thence north 20° fait 116 prs to a post, tnence
north 10° west 20 pre. to a post. thence north
28 pls. to &post, thence south.Bl°eat, 12
tole hemlock on the' bank. of said .w
tlitlice Amen the said brook the several courses
thereof to the pace 'beginning. - Containing .
SO acres more-or less, about 20 acres improved
With It framed house and few ftnittrees thereon. I
Bedied and taken in execution at the suit of,
H; N, Williams' use. vs. Nedeblah Smith.
'ALSO--The following described lot, piece or
putter Of land situate In Albany. twp., bound.
e 1 north and east. by lands of J. & Campbell.
ot( the soittiby land of Joseph Campbell and
west by the Berwick' Turnpike; C•entaist
op au acre more or lees improved, wi a
l ig i
framed house partly ell, and a few fruit'
j i Seized abdtaken in execnt on at the suit of
. B. Campbell Ts. D. W. Harshberger.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or
parcel of land 'Beate% Tuscarora twp., boun
ded' -north by .45 Arauarons east by . • Elias
& George Solot
iron, south by John and Joseph
Nelltbs, and 41t Peter Neighl.—
Containing abocit 80 wee,. be •the same more
or leas, about 26 acres improved, with. a framed
house,.aaw, slab stable- and's- few , fruit
betted and taken in mention. at the snit of
D. 1,. Thompfoll'i use vs. Jacob Bought: •
Ails at the suit of D. L.Thompson'a sae vs.
John Bought 2d. • •
WILLIAM GRIFFIS, Sheriff.
-,Oherilre Office, Aug: 13;1888.
IPAN NING &HARNESS MAKING
.T . be undersigned Wm day tom* a
o • • • • — . 2
_hip be Mown as th e arm otlik•
OE6_4 ryt.tza, ke the purpose of c =ring
on the above _business: :Harness . making end
repairlocdone to order and all work warranted:
" 1111.1"" it!l. hide -
1 EDGAR IL FULLED, #
- iimptovniJaa-: o
.6. - :opus a; mums% Presidipai Jadpi
'et the 12th Judith ! District , corielsMg of Tai
:ceicusties of " Bradford sad • fluartiehmo• iii
lifearaest P. Milord - mud it liritoDyke t
Ass agate Judges, hi and ter said - ,CQuzIY.
Bridfor,tl • hoe busied their precept bowleg me
Abe Ualy.4l Atiguit/E. D. 1808,10 me directed
;for •Voldkig &Court of Oyer sad Tionlitter. Oen
,eral Quer ter ilsasioas of the Pend... Common
, Pteis Oiphan's Court, at Towanda, for thm
iCounty of Bradford ; Monday, the 7t h day of
September next; to coatis' two week*:
'oW4Sostksts of the Paw, and coluitaiges, of
the County of Bradford, that they be then and
theta fa shift proper .persop,}llo o'clock in
;the forenoon of said day, with their rCCaido;
qaisitions and oilier sarennlirences, to do those
;thy which to their, office appertain* to be
'damp ;"and those who are bound by mewl:olio
or otherwise to prosecute • against the prisoners
who ater Or nisi be in the And asid County. or
whe'shall be bound to appear at, the said Court,
ere 'to be then and there to prosecute ega , nat
them as shall be just. •Jilsora are requestedlo
be rein& their atteadadee, agoxably to
;the pitted at Towanda, the 6th etnyof Antist. In the
• year'ot ear Ltird,.one thowanit eightbundrioi
and 'l:4r-eight, And of the Independence of
the United litr t he
lISGISTERI3 NOTIbE-:—.Nititice is
4.1,i hereby. given,that there has bets dled and
settled in the °Mee of the Register of WUla fa
and for the -County of Bradford, accounted Ad
ministration opon the following estates.. viz I •
,Final lot John Chamberlain adm'r:-of
Joel Stafford; late of Wydasing, deed.
Final . acc't of John Sterigere, miner of the
aide of Peter Stalgerw,late of Albany deed.
Pint aset :of Leman Putnam and Beni, S.
*alley adm'ts of Charles Drake s late of Gran
Phial took of AndreitTnice aid A: D. Peas
adm're of A: C. Cianmfr,late of Leto deed.
Miles Prince ex'r of Sophia C. de
fate of Windham deed. • - •
&col of l i. P.. - Stafford, 'r of Nathan
-Stafford, late of Wyalusing, deed.
Viral ace% of. 0. T. Groaner, Adler of P. S.
Berton, late of Wysox, deed. - • •
Flail ace% ot Z. IL Merrill adm'r of Ash*
Sherman, late of Litchfield, dec'd.•
Final of Peter VromaniJohn Bixby and
William G. Bradford ex'm of John Bixby, late
of Syliania bore' deed. • •
Final emit, of Willi sm Delpench adm'r
DaniefJ.Morton. lite of Shaba:min, deo'd.
Final acc't of Kilean Packard guardian of A.
C. Staidennt.: •
. -Final sew% of Henry Gibbs, gnardian of Par
thena B. Barnes. •
• And the same will be . resented to - the Or
phan's Cenrt'of Bradford County, on Thursday
the 10th day of September next for wan:na
b:ft and allowance. H. J. MADILL,
I Ang..13,1868. a Register. •
TN BANKRtribra.=-Ia the matter
of Morino E. l Benjamin, Bankrapt. In the
District Court of the United States, for the
•Western District of Pennsylvania ' .
T* whom it may Cfmenn; The undersigned
hereby gives notice, of his appointment u as
signee of ALONZO'S. BENJAMIN, of Asylum
twp.. the county of Bradford,- and State of
P nusylvanis, within se'd Distr,ct, who has
n adjudged a Bankrupt upon Lis min'pelf
ti.ci by the District Court. of said District. •
,BANKRUPTCY. - -In the matter
,)t Andrew B. Eckert Bankrupt. In the Dht,
trldt Court of 'the United States for the Western
•Dia riot of Pennsylvania.
o wboai it may concern 3 The undersigned
befeby4ives notice bf his appointment as As
signee of Andrew B. Eckert, of Troy twp., in
the county of Bradford and &ate of Pennsyl
vania. within.eatd District, who. has been ad
judged a Bankrupt upon hls own petition by
the District. Court of said 'District. .1;
Mated Towani a. the 13th day of Auto! t A.-
D. 1363. JOHN 31.'111X, Assignee.
VTHE DISTRICT COURT OF
HEE UNITED STATES, far the-West
ern District of Pennsylvania. JOHN H.
SCOVELL, a Bankrupt under Act Congress
.9tMarch 2d, 1867, baying applied for a Dia
chargerfro'm all his debts, and other claims
provable under said Act, By, order of the
Court, Notice is hereby given, to all Credi
tors who have proved their debts, and other
persons interested, to appear on the 22d
day of AUGUST, 1868, at 0 o'clock, a. tn.,
before E. OVERTON, Jr., Register,- at his
office, at Towanda, to show cause, if any
they have, why a Discharge should not be
granted to the said Bankrupt. And further,
notice is hereby given, that the Second and
Third Meetings . of • Creditors of the said
Bankrupt, required by the 27th and 28th
Sections of said Act, will be had before the
said Register, at the same time and place.
S. C. McCANDLESS.
Clerk 11. S. Dist. Court for said District
"Augusf6, 1868.-2 w.
1. Application for Incorporation or Ihn,Tnaca
rots and Rash IteligiousCcmpact.-
APplication for the Incorporation of the
First- Methodist Episcopal Church of New Al,
Applicat , on for the Incorporation of the
Presbyterian Church of Itsrelay. -
Notice is hereby given that the above Asso
ciations hive severally presented to the Court
of Common Pleas ot' Bradford County their sr
tielca-cirAiSociation asking for a - decree of In
corporation: aeid,tbe •aid Court having exam
ined the some, and finding them co , reet will
decree that they be incorporated as prayed for
.on Monday, September 7, 1868, at 2 p. m., un
less cause ba shown to the contrary.
W . A. THOMAS, Prothonotary.
-Froth mot ary's Office, Ang 1868.
IN THE DISTRICT', COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES, for the Wes
tern District of Pennsylvania. GEORGE
I'HOMPSON, a Bankrupt under the
Act Of Ctlngreirs of March 2d, 1867, having
applied for a discharge from all his debts,
and other claims provable under said Act,
by order of the Court, notice is here'4.. giv
en, to all Persons who have proved their
debts, and other persons interested. to ap
pear on the 2lst day of AUGUST, 1868, at
9 o'clock, before EDWARD OVER
TON Jn., Register at his Office in Towan
da, Pa,,-to show cause; if any they have,
'why a discharge should not be granted to
the.sapi Bankrupt.. And further, notice is
hereby Elven that - the Second and Third
Meetings of breditors of the said Bankrupt
required by the 97th and 28th Sections of
said Act, will be had before the said Regis,
ter, at the Barite time and place.
S. C. MCCANDLESS,
Clerk of said Court.
Ts THE DISTRICT COURT 3OF
TEE UNITED STATES, for ther_Wes.'
tern District of Pennsylvania. JOSHUA
DELMAR. a Bankrupt tinder the Act of Con
greed of March 2d, 1867, having applied for
a Discharge from ,all - his debts, and other
cluimd provable under said Act, By order of
the Court,. notice is hereby given, to all
creditors who.have proved their debts, and
other pers'ons interested, to appear on the
20th day of AUGUST, 1888, at 9 o'clock,
,m., before EDWARD OVERTON, Jr.,
Es q., Register in Bankruptcy, at hid;office
at ToWanda,to show canse,if any they have,
why_a Discharge should not be granted to
. the said Bankrupt. And farther, flntice is
hereby given, that the Second and Third
Meetings of Creditors of the said Bankrapt,
required by the 27th and , 28th Sections of
said Act, will be had before the said Regis
ter,, at the same time'and place.
S. G. 31oCANDLESS,
Clerk 11. S. Dish Court for said Cistricf.
July 30, 1868.-2 w. .
TN THE DISTRICT comer OF
THE UNITED STATES, fOr the West
ern District of Pennsylvania. JASPER J.
SEYMOUR, ti Bankrupt under the Act of
Congress of March 2d, 1867. having applied
for a discharge from all hisdebts, and other
elaims provable under said Act, By order of
the Court,notice is hereby given to all Credi
tors Who have proved their debts, and other
persons interested, to appear on the 14th
day of AUGUST, 1068; at 9 o'clock, a. in
before said Court, at the office of EDWARD .
OVERTON, Jr., Esq., Register at Towan
da, PS., to *show,cause, if any they have;
why a Discharge , should not be granted to
the said Bankrupt. And • further, notice is
hereby given, that the Second and Third
Meet's of Creditors of the said Bankrupt,
,required by the 27th •and 28th Sections of
said Act, will be had before said Register,
at the same time and place. • t
S. Q. McCANDITSS,
• Chirk U. S. Dist. Court for said District.
July 30, 1868.-2 w.
1 N BANKRUPTCY:—In the matter
of George E. Humrey, Bankrupt. In the
District Court of the United States, for the Wes.
tern District of Pennsylvania.
To whom it may Concern: The :underkigned
hereby gives notice of bis appontment as aa
algae° of • Ge0..8. Humphrey, of South Creek,
in the county of Bradford, and State of Penn
sylvania, within said Dlistrict. who has been ad
judged a Bankrupt upon his own petition by
the District Court of Said District.
Dated at Towanda, the 4th day of August,
A. D. 1868. JOHN-.N. CALIFF, Assignee.
je tia t
.Dated at. Towanda, Pa., the 13th day- of An
net; A . D. 1868. ,lOHN W. kis, Areignee.,
Aug.. 6, 1668
TN BANKRUPTCY - the matter
of NILSON C. MARTIN Bankrupt. In the
'Dietifct Court of the United, States, for the
Western District of Pennsylvania . '
To whom >l may Cosa, n:- . The undersigned
hereby given notice of his.appointment as as
algae° or iszteox'c. Nunn, of Tunkbannock
In the county of Wyouting,4nd State of Penn=
sylirania within sa id District, who has been ad
judged a Bankrupt upow his own petition by
the Makict Court o4said District.. - • •
Dated at Tunkhannoek. the ith day of August
D. 184..8. JOHN. N. CALIFF, Afalgnee:
THE HIGHEST CASH- PRICE
pad for Batter sad Rai. at,
. • xacABE b itrrs.
THE DIEU= • COURT- OP
the United States. - for - ilsi Western District
.of, Peansylvanis William L. Badmen. a Best ,
ade/ the. Act of Coo nOl Much 2d.,
1.887, having applied for. a Erma la
his debts. an 4 other claims prombib ander said
Act, by order- of the , Court. notice is busby
Oren, tc all creditors who have _prated their
debts, and °lbw persons_ intemsted. to appal/
on , the. Mb day of AUGUST,IBIB, at o'-
clock, a. En., before said Court, at tlie office of,
EDWARD OVERTON, Esq, sk Tdwasfid. PILE
to show same, -U any tber,liste. why Dial
chstgesimula not be granted to thd AddtankTe
rapt.. And /deka ' notice is hereby -eren c _
that the second and Tbird_lfeetlap Viral,
tors of the Mid Bankrupt, required by the TM
std.:Bth Sections of said Act, will be bad be
fore said Register, a_tt Um! Mare.
Malt U. 8. MA. C4.,art for said Distristf.
AsgtiM d, 1889.
IN fiANKRUPTOY. 7 4n the matter.
of JAMUL B. FELLOWS. Ban kropt. In ths
District ,Court of .fhe United States, for the
Western District of Feunsylvuts.
ie Wooer it may Concerh: p dtami nndersilintd.
.his s t
hereby gives notice of u ii.
signer of James B. Fellows , lh‘f/kmougir,
in the county of Bradford, and State of Penn
sylvania. within said District,. who has been
adindged a Bankrupt upon his own petition by
the District Court of said Manict.
Dated at-Troy. Pa., the 25th:dat of July, h.
D. 1888. - DELOS ROCKWELL, Leaven.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.—Is the,. inat
ter if the eititti of :inept Elliott, deed. .
In the Orphan's Court of Bradford County.
. The and= !ivied as auditor, appointed by
said court to dispose 01 , exceptSons to , the sp
praisement of,property set *put to the widow
in the above awe, will attend to the duties of
his ippointment -at his odic* la ;the borough
of Towanda, on MONDAY, the 17th day of
AUGUST, 1868, at • 1 o'clock p.• in., where
all persons Interesed will please attend.
B. M. PECK,
Jctly ' ;Auditor.
A lIDITOR'SNOTIC9I--=-/n the
.ass match' of the estate of Maus Case, dec'd.
late of Troy ti, In the- Orphan's Court of
Bradtoid County. . -
The andelligned &altos , appointed by dd
Court upon exceptions flies to•tbe partial AC
count of the executors of said estate, will at%
tend to the duties of his appointment, at his
°face; hi the Borough of Towanda, on blonds!.
the 24th day of August, 1103 8 , at 2 o'eloclt. p.m.
July 1,2,1863. /I. PEE?, Auditor.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE,-The under
signed, having been appointed an Auditor
pq the Court of Common Picas of Bradford Co. _ .
to distribute money arising from the Sherill 'a
sale of the personal property of Smith Lent,wi. I
attend to the dutlesof said appointment, at his
office In the'Borotigh of Towanda, on Friday,the
21st day of August, 1368, at 2 p, m., of said day
—at which time and place all persons having
claims Mmaid money are required to present
the eulne,vr be dpbizred from coming la-upon
Joky 21, 1884., H. PEEI', Auditor.
Notice is hereby given to all persons in
debted to, the, estate of Mary Arnont, ;kite
of Monroe twp., deo'd., are requested to mike
immediate payment, -and those having claims
against said estate, must pm.teet them duly
authenticated for settlement,
ATDITOR'S. NOTICE.--4-rn the mat
ar of the. estate of Stephen Fellondeteased
The undersigned, an Auditor :aPpointed 1 9
the Court to distribute moneys id the hinds of
1.;, T. Fox, admiaLstrator of Stephen 1 7 etym.
deceased, es shown by. his partial account, wal
attend to the duties of hit appointment at his
office in Towanda Borough, WED-YIinDAF,
the 19th day of AUGU.it-, 18G8. at 1 o'clock, p.
m, all persor.s having clams against Said funds
must then and there presmt the game or be for.
ever debarred from-coming in for a share of
said fonds. • - JOHN W. MIX.
Jnly 14,1828. Auditor
EXECUTOR'S NOTlCE.—Notics is
hereby given that all persons indebted to
the estate otSamuel Hartshorne, dee'd., late of
Windham twp.. are requested to make payment'
without delay, and those having _claims against
said - .state moat present them duly aathentlea-
I ted km settlement.
• SILENCE B. HARTSHORNE,
VALUABLE DAIRY FARM AND,
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.-3' acres
of Lind InVnion Xowastirp, Tinga county. Ps..
known there as tile "Ellis or Elk Valley, Farm.'
Within 4 miles of Cmton, and 3 miles of the
Williamsport and Elmira Bail Road, at which
is a large steam saw mill. 169 acres Improved.
gohd ;buildings, .well watered: Balance has
over g even milll,ne of hemlock and hard wood
uporolt.. Will be sold In parts or entire to slit.
purchasers. Price 59.000 if sold entire ;In
parts, the piece west,or back of B. W. Wright,
containing Pa - acres; at $2O an acre. That
south of S. W. - Wright, including old orchard
and spring -now Canton - road; e,ontitini 73 ems
at $3.1, an acre. Ttie piece including buildings,
water power, Ace, 102 acres, at ;$35 an acre.. r .
The lot adjoining Joseph Wilber; containing 63
acres, $25 an acre. All the Pars well watered t
Terms eau . . For particulars enquire of the
owner. • - B. MORRIS ELLIS„
near Hogherrille,Lycoming, Co. PIS. •
July 2, 19M.-4t.
DEAL ESTATE.--A j gag*? Bin
oarv.—Aboutt 450 Saes of land La ilne
state of cultivation—so divide ' by pads thAt
four good Eructs can be made out of it without
waste—good and eutrstantitl.hons4es and turas
on two of the divisions. Also 38 cows, yoke of
oxen. span of horses and wagbn farmlig;
pPlements too numerous to mientkm,iltriate in
Shesliequin township, 10 miles from Towanda.
and about 3 miles from the river. Will tie 'o ld
at' ow rates on easy toms. .
Wilt ono, two, three or four gentlemen ho
want good farms, all in running order. Fall-up
on JA.‘i ES WOOD, at Towanda, co' DOUGLAS
DAVIDSUN. opdn his farm, for foxther tutor
mat ion. .TAKES WOOD,
Towanda, _ July 13, 1868. • - _
CHEAP FARMS FOR SALE.-
A. farm within one mile al Towanda, con
taining about 12 _aortic. new house and barn,
the farm is imitable for raising early vegetatibm.
Will he void chesp. • Alse 25 acres of flue farm
ing land, with first class buildings, sibute-bi
Canton Borough, property of Prof. Baker. For
terms enquire of Pref. -Baker, Canton, or H. B.
iIcHEAN Towanda. Paxtles wlihing to par;
chase farms. wilt find - It to their advantage by:,
calling on H. B. MeHEAN, and look at the
large number of fume, bowies and lota he has -
for sale. - • July 16.18e8-31..
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE:
Situated la Towanda township, within
half a mile of the -village of Towanda. Co;.
taking about 20f( acres, aliOnt 100 acres (=-
proved. with plenty of wood aui r joacilg
aerials; Well watered. comtbrtable oatballdlir.;t
and well adapted for eithir grain or grazlit4.
For particulars Inquire of JAY CFI SeEE,
Towanda, Pa., or L. CIIAAREE... West. Frank
lin, Pa. May 28, ISnd.—tf.
VALUABLE FARM': FOR SALE.
. _:-'itaatt.d In Roma townshiti Volt one
andn-half mile 4 east of Rome • 139,rough, con
taining 90 acre:fiat:out 7} arrea improved, well
watered, with' dwelling home, outbuildings,
wood bearing and young orchard thereon.—
Terms reasonihlo, and time given fur a portion
of the purchase money. For farther particu
lars ingnirs on the plemises of - •
E. N. TOWNER.
Rome. May 12. 18a9
T VALUABLE FARSI FOR SALE.-
TA !arm of one - hundred and fifty. acres.
within six m:les of Towanda, and one mile
from the river is offered for sale on favorable
term's. One hundred acres are cleared and in a
high state of cultivittidn, wits good fences and
most excellent buildings.' The - house Is a well
-- bbilt dwelling with very convenient oat-build
ings consisting of stammer kitchen and atore
roonl, woodhouse, and the yard well filled with
evergreen and other trees. The barn is a large
bank barn 36z68 feet with a good shad attached
a: horse barn - adjotning with stalls for six horses
a bffre corn house near by and a tenant house
on the property. The farm has anUastem and
southern exposure end Gilded for sale solely
on account of the lit health of the owner. For
!nether particulars and terms, which are highly
favorable, application may bo made to
Towanda B. 8. BUS3ELL,' , Feb. 20,1868. s •
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Sty the very finest end coarsest underlain. - and
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