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Noss from all Naticms.
--James Watkins I colored man 75
years of aged, was awn over and instantly
kitten by moving ears detatobsd [nein a
train, while standing at d crossing in Pami
rs, waiting for another Vain apses on an
V - --The Tillage of :Gorham on the
Una of Northam OonW Railroad near
Polo Yen boa suffered fluavy by aiecent
ere. Loma estimated at $30,000.
The, Wellsville Fiee Press office
and establietunent, and an adjoining build
tng occupied se a Carpenter's Shop, were
dostroyed by Are a few daye ago.' .
—The building need for refining
Oil by the Continnons Oil &fining Comps,
ny. at Binghamton, was damaged by ire to
the estimated - amotrat of $1,500 on the 2d
) —On Saturday August 8, a little
:, -- daughter of Gamsliel Roe, of Canaor, aged
three Nam, went to the spring with a dip.
per to get adrink, and in stooping 'down
fell into the spring and was drowned.
—The tattle disease had disap
poised from New York and vicinity.
—The Erie Railway Company are
laying a double track from Horne to
—The 'Erie Railroad Company is I
rebuilding the Depot at Great Bend. It will
be a line structure.
—The Broome County Agricultural
Society will hold its ;tunnel fair on the 16
17th and 18th days of the present month.
The Pennsylvania State Fair
will be! held at .Harrisburg, commencing
September 29tb,1868, and will continue four
—Ely Hall is to have a dome thir
ty feet in diameter and ninety-four feet in
—Counterfeit $lO bills on the Mu.
tnal 'National Bat* of Troy were put in cir
culation in New York on Saturday evening.
—The Qllnion Taal6e Railroad is
finished 790 miles west of Omaha, and will
be completed to Green Hives, 60 miles far
ther by October lsk
—Gov. Geary, in his order re
pricing Alfred Alexander,the iniirderre,says
that he doep so to afford him andhis friends
additional tipportunity to show cause why
-he should not be executed. He states,very
xsplicitly, that no good reasons have been
presented why he should be pardoned, and
the sentence of death therefore still hangs
—No clew ha's yet been obtained
of the murderer of the little girl, whose
outraged and mutilated body was found in
a pool in Philadelphia qn Monday last. At
the Coroner's inquest, physicians testified
that death was caused by strangulation,not
—John Thompson and John 'lim
ber got' into a quarrel in Cincinnati, When
Thompson seized a,bar of iron six feet long,
red hot at one end. and run it through the
body of Kimber killing him instantly.—
Thompson was arrested.
portion of the township of
Warren Michigan, was damaged by a hurri
cane, on the night of Tuesday last, to the
extent of $lOO,OOO. Apple trees in the path
of the hurricane were torn up bodily, sad elms
and other forest trees were twisted like
rushes. No injury was done to life, howev
—An unsuccessful attempt was
recently made to blow up the residence of
Judge RD. Smith, at Atlanta, Ga. Pow
der had been introduced botween the ceil
ing and the weather-boarding of the house,
and set on fires
—The Governor of Connecticut has
given all railroad conductors in the State
Special Police commissions, so that the
rowdyism in the cars, which has been trouble
some of late, may be prevented.
A call has been issued for a con
mention of The planters ,and manufacturers
of Mississippi, in Jackson, on the 10th of
October, for the purpose of organizing a
Planters' and Manufaethrers' Aasosiation.
—The end of the track of the Pa
cific Railroad /m the Ist of September was
1,387 miles west of Chicago. , •
--On Saturday night Mr. Cook
living at Centralia. 111., was robbed of $lO,
000 in greenbacks: •
-The Virginia sweet potato crop
which this season has been very late on
account of the drought in Jnly, is now fairly
ripe, and large quantities are being shipped
to the Northern market.
—Gov. Crapo, of Michigan,is lying
seriously ill at his residence in Flint
—A partially constructed railroad
bridge on the Chattahoochee Etiver,Georgia,
w:t. , 4 recently destroyed in consequence of
the rising of the water, •and about forty
workmen and others either killedor wound
—The crops in the Red Riier set
tlement of British America, north of Minne
sota, have been a complete failure, and the
distress of the people of this regeon is rep
resented as extreme. They are said to be
in danger of general starvation.
—The furty-third , annual term of
Lafayettec College at Easton, Penn., began
on Wednesday, with seventy-one new stn.
=-Jridge Edward Woodruff, of Cin
cinnati, a former Democrat, Las declared
for Grant and Colfax.
= lt is stated that arready Ku-
Klux-Klaus are well organized in Southern
Indiana and Ohio for the importation of reb-
—The Missouri Republican says
that State is as safe for Grant as idast=hn
setts, with a fair prospect of carrying every
—Dr. 13oirlea, one of the Indiana
Sons of Liberty, practice medicine for noth
ing in preference to taking outs Government
license for which he would be compelled to
pay a few dollars.
—The Philadelphia Daily News, a
Democratic paper; and hitherto strongly
against Grant,-has putklished an elaborate
article denouncing the Democratic leader
in the strongest terms, and virtualy, pre
dicting the defeat of Seymour:
—The New Haven .Regisier tients
a course woodcut of a Mackerelville rough,
and says, "The above is t very faithful
likeness of the Deinocratic` candidate for
the Vice Presidency."
—An IrieL R,Cpubliain Club bas
been formed in Erie. .
—The cattle disease is reported in
--Ex-Gov. Curtis is stamping
Eastern Pennsylvania for Grant and Col
—"Nasby" lectures in Titusville
licit Tuesday evening. Subject—" Cussed
—U. H. Myers,- of the firm of Sin
gerley&ldyers,State Printers at Harrisburg,
died on Friday, the 28th ult.
—The First National Bink of Pla
iner, Vottango county, is to be closed up st
that place and removed to Sharon.
-An Oregon paper bffers.aa an
explanation of the sentexioe, "8. T.-ISeO--
X," the following : Democnsey the B—ama
T—ping as in 1860—X—octly.1 •
Vtaiford 1, titov
Towanda, Thursday, Sept. 17, 1881
National Republican prostaatioas.A.
OEN. ULYSSES 8. GRANT
TOE VICE PRICSIDFN?
HON. SCHUYLER C_OLFAX.
Republitan Slate illeket.
On. 'Vain IN Nutrient, of Montgomery 00.
CoL Jaoob M. Cosebell, of 13416:11 Co.
Republican County Tittle!.
Itaa. Nyasa Natant, of County.
- ron :RannlNTasinS,
Mules IL Webb, of limithileld Tow:whip,
John P. Chamberlain, of lifsainaing Twp.
Zebulob Frbibie, of Orwell Township.
Warner fl. Carnoetuka s std Ikeal/6
FOB cam commons,
Boa Loomis, of Troy Borough.
Asa Msßei, Jr., of _Wiadhom Totraohip.
`LET US HAVE PEACE.'
MASS MEETING !
Masa Meeting' under direotlon of the
Republican State Committee, will be held
in this County. at,
Lpitysville, Bat Tudor, Belt 19,
TO mg ,Anbassirm BY
lion. E. l D. . CULVER,
OF NEW, TORS,
H6n. Jas. A. Briggs,
OF NEW YORK, AND
Hon.' GEORGE .LAND 0111".
Monday,,September 21, 1868,
TO ,TE ADDRESSED BY
HON. km D.. CULVER,
OF NEW YORK,
Hon. Jas. A. Briggs
OF NEW YORK,
Gen. Joshua T. Owen,
4 ) OF PHILADELNIU,
Itt. W. HEWLETT,
OF NEW J EBBW, AND
HON. ULYSSES MERCUR:
At Troy, Taesaay, September 22,
To be addressed by
Gen. DANIEL E. SICKLES,
HON. E. D. CULVER, N. Y.
Hon. Jaa. A. Briggs, N. Y.,
HON. ULYSSES MERCUR.
Commencing at 1 p. m., at each place.
Meeting of the County Committee,
The mtmbers of the County Committee,
appointed by the late Republican Conven
tion, will meet at the Ward House, in To
wanda borough, on Monday, Sept. 21, 1868,
at Ip. m. The following named persona
compose said Committee : W. T. Davis,
Levi P. Stalford, Horace Williston, Parley,
H. Buck, John S. Quick, James A. Rogers,
Charles E. Cladding, Bela IL Adams, L.L.
Moody. A fall attendance is solicited.
WYL. T. Dates, Chairman.
, Sept. 17,1868.
We had only time and room last
week to publish the proceedings of
the Republican County Convention,
and announce the names of the can
didates. The nominees are now fair
ly before the public, and we believe
no ticket has ever been presented for
the suffrages of the voters ; more
worthy of their confidence and sup
port. The proceedings of the Con
vention were marked by harmony
and good feeling, and the nomina
tions made with a degree of unanim
ity which prevented the possibility of
For Representatives, the Conven
tion re-nominated the present mem
bers. Mr. WEBB is too well known
throughout the county to need any
commendation at our hands. He had
already served two consecutive terms,
and the usual custom • had been to
put aside a Representative when he
had been two years to the House,
and send a new man. This custom,
as aOarbitrary rule; is a pernicious
one, and _we are glad to see irset
aside in the case of Mr. WZBIL It
is an assurance to the Representa
tive that his integrity and fidelity
will be appreciated and acknowleged
by his constituents. We have in
the past, had Representatives who
richly merited this compliment, but
none deserved it more than JAM
H. WEBB. He enjoys the confidence,
and shares the respect alike of friend
and =political - opponent—while his
shrewdness and energy, joined to an
inflexible honesty, • have secured him
the esteem and respect of his fellow
members. No member from the
north ever enjoyed-the personal pop•
nlarity he wields in the House. The
people of Bradford have done well
in overriding, for once, precedent,
and retaining the services of a leg
islator who is willing and able to
aid the interests of his constituents.
His associate, JOHN F. CHAN
-BERLAIN, has already served one
year, and has served the people faith
fully and well. The expectations of
I lfr. C.'s friends have been more than
realized. He He brought to the per
-formance of his duties a high stand
ard of honesty, a sound discrimina
ting judgment, and an abundance of
good sense, which have enabled him
to shape his legislative_ course7with
honor and credit to himself, awl to
IFCM BOUTZTOI o=l=4
roa AssootArs auras,
!OE DIIMICT AItOINIT,
OF NEW TORE,
THE COVETT TICKET.
the interests of his oonetitnents.— .
With WWII Sid OaIanIIMLAIN inihe
House, -Bradford has rem**. to 4
V' a 461814
detracted nothing from his aimpeti-,
tors, was a high compliment to his
etandiet as kaitien. _ Mr. Num is
s farmer, who has lbeen honored by
his . felloW:taiinsmen with positions
of trust and responsibility, which ha,
has discharged to their satisfaction.l
He has been for some years justice
Of Peacse, and to
disoblige of the duties of -Astiante
Judge, a fair acqianianoe with lei
al questions, a mindsocustathe' d td
judge. and discriminate; and :an
flexible determination to daright..
For Eistrici Attorney;_ :WARNER
OARNOOHAN, of Troy bormag4-
was nominated, his friends IsC
West rallying to his SupPOrt in a
manner which shows bow heatanda
amonpt .his neighbors. Oapt.-0. , 1i
a young -lawyer ; of good - .abilitieS,
considerable experience, and Will
discharge the . ditties- of the office df
Prosecuting Attorney with tideditiy to,
the interests of the public, and with
discretion as to the offender.
standing - and ' in the Sepal).
Esau party have gained him the
nomination, and we have every res,-
son to believe it has been well bea
For County - Commissioner, 110 bet
ter selection could 'lmre been madb,
than in nominating EZRA LOOMIS
of Troy Township. , He .is a thrifty
and prosperous farther, who Midis
how to manage his own lusineis
with judgment,. economy and indris
try, and will bring to the service of
the public the same quilitien thie,
have gained him the 'enviable rein-,
tation be enjoys 'where known. The
interests .of the tax-papels will be
safe entrusted to_ his keeping..
For County 'Auditor, AEA McKEE
Ja., of Windham, was Islmted---
This office, though not an importint
one, from its influence or pay, is
nevertheless of the highest import
ance to the people, as all the dis-,
bursements of nubile funds must
meet their sanction. Mr. Mcitzi is
also a farmer, tin industrious, plain,
prudent man, who will never sinc-
don extravagance or dishonesty.
The State Committee has appOinte
ed meetings in this County, at Le-
Raysville, Saturday, Sept: 19 ;ITo
wanda, Monday, Sept. 91 l Troy,
Tuesday, Sept. 22, &VI p. m., at each
place. The speakers promised are
Hon. R, Cm.via, of New York,
Hon. JAMAS A. Maass, of New.lbrk,
Gen. JOSHUA T. OW - Ess, of Pailidel
phia, S W. Hum= of New JeOey
and Con. Hum E. Swam, wholwill
speak at the places advertised id an
Thi has bee
Jere in, in the past, greik
disappointment in this section, Ikea
ssioned by the non-appearance of
promised and advertised oratoi,s.—
We think IN- can assure the piblic
that this is not like to occur. it this
meeting unless occasioned by provi
dential circumstance., which !can
not be foretold, or avoided. ' Mr.
Gsow, as Chairmannf the State Com
mittee, is Careful that no man 'shall
be advertised, whole's not promised
to fulfill the appointment, that the
people may not be disappointed; who
go to a meeting, expecting to hear
the speakers linn g anoed., name
is put on the bills 'except' the gentle
men who expect to . be present, un
less kept away by - unavoidable oe
curences or accidents.
The gentlemen vain are advertised
to speak in this County are speakers
of ability and distinction and 'will
give unbounded satisfaction to all
who may be present to hear them.
Gen. Damn. E. ?,texxxs, (who will
speak only at Troyo is knorn to
most of our
boys in blue," who
were under his command, and ought
with him at Gettysburg. Hia pres
ence inspires enthusiasm, and his
eloquence is botbengaging and con
vincing. Hon:E:ID. Cur.vsa has been,
speaking in the lower part of the
State, and we observe that he is
praised asa.speaker who entertains
his audiences with his humor, whilst
he deals' powerful blows upon the
Copperheads. Hon. Jams A. Brawn
is also recommended as a speaker
of ability: 1
Our readers will take notiee that
the time cif these meetings is Chang
ed from that givenlast week.' Also
that the names of the speakers in
the paper, - differ from those on the
bills. The names as published in
this Bepeirkrt aro correct.
We trust that our Republican
friends throughout the County, will
see that these meetings are frilly at
tended. They are probably the only
Mass Meetings that will be held be
fore the election,. and should tie
dence of the enthusiasm of Our peo
ple, and their determinationlolsecure
the peace so ardently desired lby all,
and invoked by our Great Leader,
Oman 180;—Let the Republicans
of Pennsylvania! follow the eianiple
of Vermont in getting all theli votes
to the polls in Outoberjand an equal•
ly decisive and glorious victoiy will
follow their exertions. Rem Umber,
that it le not by making ,ockiverts
from the other side, but by securing
a full vote of those - alreadyl right,
that the day fito be won. Last year
the Republican vote in this Stiite was
40,000 less than in the year before,
and the conseqUenoe was we were
defeated by 932 1 v0ie5.. If evCry man
of those 40,000 delinqients is drought
out this year, we may count on at
least 50,000 .mojority. ; If they_ stny
at home, the reindt. will be the 'same
Nisei year—an IginuniniouS ddeat.
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CAIDIDAVINIOIIOII C 01.431111111.
I'll-r•-•- - : , -,-.
- Jheir maven'
Itan.l4Calti;; : r
for hii third
elm': - ' ti tiditie a deserved
, and ties - , n - we f lyearned by a
consistent • labie:,cotiree in Co.-
lititeet_whol4*.:lieeeth t-h e e: -"*"
1150i44 the views and wishes of his
constituency; Itgainit him . the De- .
inocraiiy has pit in iiinninithitidel.
Una' *; , .'0 1 0 l ititH . 4 1, this P' 3 !lifiy:
Who enjoyed! thationor - of _being beat-.
en by Mr• AmilicP,*.,, fsw. , Ptere. ago,,
aibi whe*tv se mi . again aOthltigiel
folythe same distinction: _ The voter.
of. l thia . Contitand indeed of th
Patriot; kunst - -dna' dindidattic,;
and are el4tplitati,- from the' Past,.
whieli, - 4 tha:tio ii eniit* to their
confideetas- * "ppd. The - Con. ,
gresskinal Career of Mr. - Mucus hate
Wei in keep's* with VA
-consistent O l i te e ter of him whole
life. It has beed ' aesuminuandla
bodges, deohid to the interests of
the 001111tri Il i llid tte - Pritiolphis &the
Republican putty. "He has' sought in
Congress, to feilEdiecharge the groat
and responeit4 duties devolving up
on him, witheit shotirwithout.par
ade,: trithonil Preteneei but, quietly'
and fait : Milli The' Peep% 'et t his
Dietriet apprehiate ,hhi integrity; his
fidelity; and iihi want of assumption,'
andbwiei "110 upon_ him again to
Fepreleat earn in Congress. • '.
. t3ol..Puniai hes • long been known
In the polithial affairs. of the County,
as an- iirihinil scheming, blustering
demintogue,l l all things= :to all,Meii.fi
IliaVery,noteintH lion is' a fraud upon
the Poarti4 FoPr ooo nts, obtOned loa. -
der false Oetezuses, by means of
brsg and bilker, , in- defiance of the
wishes of niae-tenthsot his party.-
- It has b een brought about by an
eneeroeiquiO4 pushing •to the wall
of other ;re (rants , under , the pre.
twee that elmeeztraordinary; ,if tot
corrupt M. 114115 were to be emplOyed
to elect,hicej-if allowed to pe a'can
&date. The people will prick this
bubble on tiLe second Tuesday of Oc
tober, and Rombastes Fallon will
I . I
shrink from .a boastful champion to
a common alien.
We bar* feel it necessary to
point our Republican friends to the'
high positioh earned by Judge i Mae
CUR as a COagressman, nor to the im
portance Of( his election as a means
of, upholding and advancing our
principles. 1 We know that be will
receive the! 'vote of every Republi
can, and' ilf many Democrats who
'admire his [integrity and ability.—
But we desire to caution our friends
against believing any stories of de
fection in !bur ranks. You will be
told in 134dford, of Republicans in
Montour or Columbia, who are sop;
porting l'iioixer, and vice versa. Snob
tales are 41 lies, and are part of the
game to be played, Don't listen to
them for' 1 a moment. There was
never - such entire tibliniinity *the
support of any candidate, as that
giten by .I the Republican party of
this District to 'Judge Mauna. , Re
Will be elected by a larger majority
than he eier received, as certainly
as tbe dad of election comes.
Pursuantlto adjoirnmemt Of the Coupes;
along Cc ence of the 18th Congression
al Diattlct bf Pelvania, held at Dan
ville in 18% the oon'fereee of the various
counties coMposing the 13th District, met
at Towanda pn -Wednesday, the 9th day of
September,) and organized by electing-Dr.
P. JOHN, Of Columbia. Chairman, andWs.
A. Paoli, at Bradford, and El IL Duissm,
of Sullivan' Sectorial.
The list of counties being called the fol
lowing mita gentlemen appeared as con
fereed froni their counties :
• Bradford. V. IL Loa% L N. EY/i." W.
A. Psis, 4ao. W. Ilannt,:o; F. Youso, and
Jamas X. liana& -
Hontouz T.O. VAN Agars, Ozo. Louis
and Lin Sams. " • • - • •
Dolma*, Dr. P. Jolts, Oft. J. D. Boa.
zoos andl. P. Porerm.
Wyoml43, Ewa- Otrirralunry and B.
&Eh* Isms ZAN= isui E. IL Dux
On motion, the Conference proceeded to
the nomination of candidates for Congress
Lawn Zap is nominated Hon.` ; 11. Mamma
of Bradfotd County, which nomination was
made =ail/mons. -
Hon. V. M. lxmo; offered the following
resolution' which was unanimously adopt
Resoivecl, That.the course of our faithful
RepreeenUstive in. Congress, Hon. 11moms
Mucus has been such as to meet our full
approbatibn and 'hearty endorsement, and'
we here e b r t pledge ourselves to use all hon
orable orts to secure his election.
On motion, the chair . apninted Mesas.
deo. Dovigrr. R P. Forma and B. New
olitrittee to wait upon Mr. Mew=
and info him of his nomination, and re
quest bielacceptance of the same:
The Mimnittee soon returned and int/o
da:sal limmma, who in a few 'pertinent
remarks i liccepted the nominailon, and re
turned tnlM - Ifor the courtesy, and con,
gratill m a' Conference upon the pros
pects oft meas.
Lmize offered the following redo
idiom whiab was unanimously adopted :
Resohia That theCminisil Confer
once in lil7o be held at ftshorh, Sullivan
county, 0.1 the lint Wednesday after the
bu Th i i t ai iblican County Convention in the
have been held.
On zn' -it was
ResobMl, That the 'proceedings of this
Conference be published in all the Republi
can of the District and-in the led..
On mptiom adjourned.
i 'P. .TOlOl. Preddelit.
E.m, porn" tharatubiii. .
Tan' Mum; nr Ocwszs—All the
itidications are that the Republican
State tlEst will be elec4ed iv Octo
ber, byisfunat - twenty thciusand ma
jority,lwhile the Legislature will be
Republican by an increased majority:
We will hold Cur own-if 'not increase
the. Congressional delegation. The
feeling! in the western part of the
State le thus indicated by that Judi
, ciorm Out ably conducted paper, die
Pittehirg Gazette: .
"We say to Our friends in the gait,
do yoo duty at the polls in October
and thi) West will respond- with all
the., ekthuslawn ' which, , narked the.
"Pi OF lore -
" LET WS HAVE PEACE r
,- • I.? =
Nadu 1148 0 01 rit YO/iIMI
RePubihrOlp TOOPIII 1.1'.41
The kneleatAi Freedom WOW
Republiiian Majority 23,u00.
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PaCiiiini.93ept; 14:4 p:l6:—Sei•
*Mesa towns in Cumberland County
give 718 net Union gains ; four
towns in York, 900 /alp ; this ill all
erolavent the bit' Nib** ', Yet id
Bolos tithe Slate give Cbsabeilein
10,892,• Pillsbury,lB.4lo ; net_gain
lin *UM llAtt Alldreeeeirelk Mew ,
,ty gives 1,880 ; Union mvority 718 ;
net gal; 479. Let es have peace) '
l'Onraass, Sept. 15—r,1 a. m. --- `.The
lid inaeue le the RellFhilesn gain
over lut year thus far, in cities and
whose Inking • yourcone* mint
hes furnialsd, has aye NI per .
cent.:This indicates a Oilcan
mejonly of 20,000, "which small int*.
riot towns, viers Itewspelsral did
not read,msy decrease some few hun
dreds. The whole vote will oneed
125,000, seceding to.present Jai.
titles; end will he the lined ever
Aueterre, Sept. 14-4 p. , m. , --As
nearly I can now estimate the total
vote Will show 75,000 for Cliamber
lain,and 53,000 tor Pillsbur ,0ri12,000
majority. - 10. B
The Conferees fro m, this • See Laid Dis•
trio!, mei at Camplawn, on Musa% eta
inst., as folkrws :
Biu4ford-.E. 0. Goodrich, IL 0. Eli.
brae, El. W. Aivord, J. Monroe Smith, Cy
rus Fuller. ,
Susgvehaana-G. B. Indeed, L. F. liteb,
W. A. Crostunan, D. W. Searle. •
Wytilithig-Wi a Loomis, Palmer Usk.
The conferem was orgalized by the
election of G. 13: Era= as Praddent. and
E. O. Ckioesson, Secretary. '
Mr.Fitoh need:Wed Wnisue H. JUMP
of Susquelumna county. .
Mn.:Alvord-nominated Hon. 01011011
Lamm of Bradford cortnit •
Mr. Loomis nottllnised Parisit dew
now, of Wyoming county.
A ballot was had resulting es fellows :-
Messrs. Goodrich, 'Elebree, Smith, Al
vord and Fullest-5, voted for Mr. Lexecnr.
Eestss. Fitch, Eldred, Ormunan and
Searle--4, voted for Mr. Julep.
.Mesers. Loomis and Jeakhue-2, voted
The Conference Fe:Waned in session un
til Saturday forenoon, having had 23 ballots,
with substantially the same recap„ and
then adjourned to meet at Tunkhannook on
Tuesday, Sept. 15th. ..
TERRIBLE Rtantocraxs A ter
rible earthquake took place in Perri
and Ecuador on the 18th ultimo, by
which 89,000 persons lost their lives,
and whole cities atolls the Pacific
coast swept array, the lures in prcop.
erty amounting to 300,000,000. The
earthquake extended from Bolivia to
the southern porta of Chili. The
towns and cities on the coast and
over one hundred miles inland, were
Over three hundred thousand per
sons are without shelter and bread.
Commissions are being formed, ladies
are making clothing, and the Gov
ernment of Peru straining its utmost
to alleviate the distress.
Ix MICNORIAIL-NANHAN PAYSON was
born in Woodstock, Cora., December the
20th, 1780. He was the eldest of nine chil
dren, all of whom are in their paves, ex
cepting the youngest. He sou a distant
relative of the late Bev. Edward Payson D.
D., i name exceedingly •dear to all clubs.
thane. About the time Mr. Pay= bad
reached the years of discretion many were
emigrating from New ,England to the nor
thern parts of the State of Pennsylvania.-
He also felt disposed to seek a new home in
the same direction. The year of 1809 found
what was thmia dense forrest. The place
where be at that time was, has since long,
beat kitown by the , name of Orwell. It is
in Bradferd County. There he selected a
tract cif land which was heavily timbered,
with the view of converting it into a farm.
After making a bekinning at clearing the
land he, in 1810 returned to Connecticut,
and in the month of March was married to
Miss Betsy sharp, of Pomfret. Very soon
after their marriage they moved to the place
which bad been seiletul for their Mare
home. "But a few years had passed away
before the wit* region of country fin many
miles around btee wee eaupied by au tides-
Woes and thriving population. At no dis
tent periodbehad the satisfaction of seeing
his farm, •and the farms of many ethos"
brought• into a high state of %cultivation.-
Schools in different directions bad already
been established, churches had been orga. ,
'aired and church edifices had been built.-
These wore at first Congregational church
es. They were brought into this connection
by what was called "the plan of union."-
'the most of these churches became after
wards Presbyterian and • they \ are by, far
more thriving than the few that remain Con
gregational. A house of worship was built
utter from Mr. Payson's place of resideftee.
To this he and his family wail ftt the habit
of repairing every Sabbath. ylt was when
he was 'bout thbty ti =ears of age that
he was brought knowledge of
the truth. Soon after this be publicly , pro
fessed his lou for the blessed Saviour by
nnithig with the church. He afterwards'
was set apart to the office of ruling elder.-
His children were seven in number all of
whom are living excepting one. • She after
'being distinguished for her wittiness as an
active chief:Mtn, departed this life. Every
Sabbath evening was devoted by Mr. Pay
son to teaching his children the Shorter °
Catechism of the Westmiaster Assembly.-
He continued this.prudes till they all be.
' CB= familiar with this excellent eompen
diem of the dootrines of our church. He
was Cot only of Puritankni pedigree but he
seemed to be inspired with the stern and
noble impulses of Puritan/01 virtue. 110
was one who was disposed to frown en vice
in whatever form it appeared, During that
vety trying season through \ which our
church was ono* called to pass, that resulted
in its separation in the year 1837, he had
not the Lad sympathy with those who n
oshed our standards only as to substance
of &shine, but hie whole, heart was with
thou who were contending eantestly for
the faith owe delivered to the . Wats. Mr.
Payson departed this life on the 22t1 of July,
1868, in the 88th Per of his age. His end
was pease. The &WM by ithioh ha wait
removed :was dropsy. At times theories.
kip white he endured were intent& No
small pan of his last , days were spent in
prayer and wise. A few hours bedve his
departure he slid, 4 2 find the Saviour to be
very preciomeel think I shill soon stand
before the throne, for Ism satisfied that the
work of sanctification will soon be ample-
To his family bs said, "weep not lim me
when lam gone." The last &Myth he
spent on earth, some of the maheen.at . es
ehraoh afteratiendingeteles ussldeteilled
' - 1
.'', '_::g, , ,l'ilr'.',•.:;- - ; 4 .. , ;-, i, t
eo%hla. Tersiont he esAinek to *sits
kilis ad a postlisat the thlin*SAOol4,
SVlSkiall drool is Plarsk asol*" 11
Siolikta/S* lll qt-4 00 SWORIVONIk
-411741.41/101 MOWN. 'O ll 4 4, 0 71r* ,
Asolobseig , azdiEmiit-1 - 1) ,
jtsg Usli .01004. , 0
tin the boa of to,
noses, he add - 0, 0 heir. _tbs_elkasbn
winds are asaviae A". din Defoe
listssa.vb* l l , l ol s limn*
sialleapbysatintsswine: which sessail to I
Waken imspeskable happiness, he *bed I
hll.Yskd to he kisks, lll l eo
iii,tawlp sew., ins asabls
40..41a. a's took.
L im. ) 1 44 ' st_ *API
oblitba Orin, irhohy his Go* is low .
-*Ca PN it in akestionate
pnussn. L 4 .10. took tits
head et was that ins -present of kis
elikbeis:. ebesd lib aim eyes sad ha'
the Iron ssuftmng into a paced a.sm
bar. la scopthees with Liar'swpissi lb.
WS MAI wet -at la Amara was these
war*. • alba poor ma eriell sad **Lora
haat hiss antVaaveil hhn of boa
his," Psi 54:6.:byuu einameseing
withlhess Ivor*, I, A nit 'snit this body
TWA was often reputed by Min da•
Awl& illness was one of than which wee
mmg. His Widow, his sinaltilben„his now
la , lawand his daughleti4l . Win aid tau.
tein inn! shilknik, and alai fanned pro;
'Onion folknral his* rend* to their lad
resift *or All of thi first neuters io
Orwell In saw in *dr gems cznipting
lir& Pqaon and another aged lady. -We '
sna say of the tither who senally larked§
.110 bodliio Adam, and Me woo
That 10 - thi toed, sadder:a nut: '
Ma Irak • *Old 'hi pity 000 M
His woo-i aeett couid tad iniotia)4,o4.
Ho boa ids bolts. To know them sok los
So& nit put:Minn an ithla 114t01 slums,
His Iron the WHIM. of onr common lot,
NO was a morial—morhil salcara=o. •
BM thss► is MOO tpr Mad -4y work is
.And lb, sore time*, grfth isevorlditpui;
Long hut din tosiglitifie 100, ibb ritiedri
Aid 'pined lb:thee.lbeli eine tontest
When the last bump shall wake the slaw
4:kaoi Aid reaeheate to Ash
Thenjoyitil vd ihot lath thy lowly bed,
To'nuot thy Onion: in the saptnione
T OW,AtND A. AGRICULTURAL
MANUFACTURES RUBS, SPORES
MANY AND . -LIGHT WAGONS,
GINZRAi itOOD *OPI.
WOOD TURNING IN ALL ITS BRANOHDL
SCROLL SAWING, FLAMM; ITC., RTC.
~. 1~. ..~
HUBS, SPOKES & BENT STUFF,
' Wo offer's
LIRA! MICK TROY WHICH TO TELTZT.
The slam are from the but
t3BOOND GROWTH HUMOR! & OAK.
LIGHT AND HIATT WAGONS ON NAND.
We hays the 'Broad and Narrow &age.
1~ U!~ ~ ,i,. ..
W. V. BEBOP, Baperintesdent.
N. C. 101/CUB, Presided.
CAUTlON.—Witeresit, my wife
LTICUNDA ham left bed and board nitti•
mit Just cause or- a all persona are
hereby forbid harboring or tiasting her on my
aeoonnt, as I will pay no debts of her contract
ing after this date. GlllO. BIIENORLIgY.
Barclay, Hay 36,1669!
ALL RIGHT FRUIT JABS.-Tax
Bees is Itasurr.—The reason why the
ALL Brew, Fruit Jam are the bait of any in,
makesfilet Ist. The rubber. pact big that
the joint, rests •on a smooth shoulder
which Is blown to the mould hate scot being
pound dows on the aid. consequently there is
non laths out of g lass in grinding to let the
air into the Jar. which is the caws of so mach
frail being spoiled. Ind.' Toe will see the raw
bee is sway - from the fruit, whereas the stoned
shoulders or ends must necessarily berg nue
edge of the rubber in contact with the ?run.
ird. Too can teat or loosen the fastenings
when the Jar, or fruit cools, and see U your
cover is tight - ; If so, you know at once that
yovr fruit will keep. U the cover is loose'you
can heat it over before It spoils. lth. They are
easy to open h, is the mast important ptrt
alter finding Jar that will KM MIT.—
These Jain an Warranted ALL BIGHT.
:For sale wholesale d retail b a y
C an ODDING BUSHELL.
Towanda, July It 1168.-41 w.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
H. H. THOHPSON 1100 HRS FOWLER,
psnci 111 WHAM, rims,
Real Estate' purchased and sold. Investments
made and Money Loaned.
July 29. lsell.—Set.
TANNING k HARNESS MAKING
Tha understped have this day formed a
1.• trta • . hip be known asurpose the Arm of IR
onß & FULLER, for the afttfult
the above bwduess. Harness of
repalling_dons to order linden work vaunted.
Cash paid for Weft
EDGAR & FULLER:
Cam • tom Jan. 28, 1268.
WI - .; MOFFITT.
gas just opined a fall owspbsto amottmeat
GBMIURS OF ALL 'KINDS 1
TPA, MAD, COPPED. AND MOBS 1
SOAP or Au..zums.
Vlb* celebrated Minerall ElosS. m
aw cleaning, Tin sad Myer ware.
a i skaspe oosstsatly ea hod all 'dads ol
rumbas, Yaws Apalss, Basis.. derma oas
sad ILsolloes_,_iad o b oe traits la their sur
sou. which will bs sold obois t _
Ks sbm bas oossootod watt tics oboe Si
Maas nous, wises people main la tows
for diner will dad • ware weal got, op la good
styls. Is resdiasso at sax tins.
Pik pad - fre Grua FEM. efts litin a all.
• • OW. W. YOl/12T.
• Au. fr, 18ST r -
A DIEENISTRATORS NOTICE.-
Notkila hereby gives i that alt mama
ladalaad to the mists of N. PIXOTON;
diaNt. - Ws of Eladthaeld. are requadsi' to
sate husedlate psi t. sad thus. halal
desaais against AM Midi Willresed .
iiiabladlosaal lor matileain •
___ • LYDIA Z. WWII %
• t. 8. INS. I /Lambda:mar.
FOR BALE AT A BARGAIN-1
im wishing to &sage bis comps;
tka_ oars for sale Mr State and to of
floods; con sibs ot Dry &ads, G • es
Yankee Notions. do. Will szolasp fora well
lamina lreanor se ll stook sal Ism store.
TN store Is situated In _latchtleidi Radford
County ' hi: Ate only sans lathe town in op
oridion./-11r.partlosisaiestion ar address
• • 11. 111. LAr.rox.
MEd TOW.LIGM UGULLTO
t 010 7 EINg 'StOld t , ; " ,
• 0 - -
R El ENBsit G
Weald ropectfelly sosossos to the dilates of
Toenuids sad 'Walt,. that Say have allWl
the above store. eader_ the Rale of " To
wilida!MlPo l6 - )1 9 & ff il l- , ! 1 .
. or uimraups cialqo:l
Gaits Vatalakdaa Goode, Hate, cfaii;
width theyeelete the asid Minas easel be
excelled la style or shame sad that the
otiose ars arlow ea to ev= s 7.
Ranabui k" Wolf bops *lf by
dos, and I& dealhis with . the potpie oflo -
weeds, Gm will" Wan their_ PMINIO. ow O I
egoont. TheY mho %glossa's= the w
coat oust -soma Aza.i -
AS Raiiiur .
Ysfa Iltrodo3loyanda, Pa.
- • Tan nor - colutAxteGnm, . -
, Keep that, ad thapiltill be.rty 11eJh: 1 f .
1., Thou shalt bin •so - attar pace - th•
4rTbou dolt ad abaci. Si!
though shalt not - Ileta:let.thlar-affatp .
Romberg & WRVS no Cagan-at._ J
bat sell at oar nib* lOC tellable.
- SIM YOU 1111t0 Usaildrd sad fMttb iSawatio°-
- I. Thin shall at is* a Val! alLiosil.,2l.l
chap alma, &Obey ca
beg 71 OnNPetee Ilterm`; •
4. Thom shell bar is mad tbal woit g a i
as six days of wet . aid don't
the Sabba th b -doors —.. 0141
Wain oat for, on th e serums lit
ilasabert k Wolff:ead ear data,
a. 'thou shalt bents the mai lamodiert:g
Wolff deal, and long may be thy ' daye to "Off
5. Thonabsi tot avian all impropriety-or
baying of Chatham st. bat as di
rect to Bossier[ h . Wolf's Qua Pries Baia-
T. Thou abalt sot sushi vein 11w goods ot
foreign make. for thalami &' Wolff heap a
a.- Thou Bum 'la plain trimettli4Pligar
for Ramberg & Wolff all ao asap swath be
9. Than shalt not' bear Ada wham. bat
bonsai, acknowledp that you ass get better
suited and tot has money, at Rosenberg dt
Wold's than any other stow • •
10. Thou ash not oast thy naighbon goods
or his bargains, for Rosenberg & Wolff can
give them to -yea likewise ; tbereSne , take
counsel, sad buy only of liatenb erg I Well
the Once Pam Men. , - •
Towanda, Sept: 1; - •
SEE THIS ANI; Dort FORGET
That efts b ios on band s brie aisortamat
BUGGiEIi AID I'LATFOILN WAGONS
At tii .
AMENS CARRIA GE FACTORY.
'Which, far style, good materialsi MI;
struodon, goalitr of work and inish, can not
u, to employ only &steles. workmen, sad
great are to get the beet of stock, and to :war
rant my work to give satiated, ion.
kinds of Wagons and Carriages
made to order, with pagodas' care and dts
• PRICES tow.
whl pay youß ell to ; neatly and
thpromptly done. It
ATHENS CARRIAGE FACTORY
J. A. BIiIf3TOLL
Athens. Pa., Sept: 1. 1888.-3 m.
F AIR WARNING!
The subscribers haring sold their business *l'
Potterville, desirous of settling ' their se.
counts, sad request- those indebted to eall im
mediately sad settle. All accounts of Kimball
& Elhtworth, and Kimball & Son. unsettled by
the first of October nett, wfil be placed in the
hands of a Justice for collection, without re
gard to persons.
Sept. 2, 1868.—dw.
OF 'WYOMING. INEWRANCE COMPANY,
United States Sizes of 1881, - sss poo
100 Shares Phil National Bank,
Wilken•Bame, • $13,500 -,_
100 Mares Second National Bank •
Wllkea•Bar re. 13,600
103 Shares Wyonilby National
Bank, Wilkes.Barte 8,400
1 60 Shads Wilkas•Bane (3u ,Co. 8,550
58 B r id ge
Company - 4,350
. ,--- 44,300
Cash Loans and Sonde, ....$40,000
Stock not called in, - 35
-Mph In Bank, .. • 3,363
Cash in hand at and due hen •
Bea 214 1 4;•• y 17
........ .... - 2.400
Towaist, July 2. 1818.
KIMBALL a sort
Jolt' lat, 1888.
Losses paid in tee rtnin, $145,000
_Unsettled lases, not due 3,550
T. B. CAMP. Agent.
Find block below Ward , Hoase, II story.
Towanda, Sept. 3. 1860.--3 m.
i iNTHRACITN AND MUM
The undetsigned having leased the Cast Yard
and Dock at the old " Barclay Baas - *
._ and Jo t
completed s lame Coil Routh sad Othee upon
the premises, are maw prepared to tarukh the
citizens of Towsada and vicinity with the dif
crest kinds and slue of the above used coats
upon the moat removable tersain any quanti
ty desired. Like IRA! (tweet antics. se fol.
"2 r: 0 -
r • ft"
IR *2. use
1 .1, : •
e $h o's
Lb Ch, C 1...
00 e S
cr eh o. 0.
0 ea *a 'b.
co 1 16.
.I. er t .6
Ch 0 IN
0 0 0 IC
wit i thatt. miiss in oil cane be accompanied
Towids Sept. oysinore I 00,
DR. BAKER, Masterlfahorie hi,
. Is prepared to attend to all business
his line. He warrants all work doubt a work
manlike meaner. All orders by amll, - or Mbar -
wise, addressed to me at. Towanda, will be
promptly attended IS. Jane 4,
- Towciare, Pa., Jone 28.18E8.
To Whole 4 Rey ancers: 1 milli that I
have thia_dv wain ed D. B. BAKIIII, of To
wanda, Madft4 county. Pa., an
_agent for th e
aals of &diem Allirdi Thrhirie Water Wheel
for the counties 44 Bradford, Wyoming,
ins, Clinton, Cleadeld, Sop s
the State of Peossylvania. Partie ad
thee wheels can obtain them through Yin
he will give his persona l attention to - putting
thaw in when dssirrd. Parties by calling upon
Kr. Baker, at Towards, will be shown the
wheel and on application to: bin he will farn
kik Muetrated - hide containing working
taklak 41. • • -
Geueral Agent forPannaphestia, for 80.
dines Jormil Twigs, Water Wheel.
TRAY.--Oame into the enolo.
ot the subsetitier tn Freaklht twp.
September 2,1868, one two year old whits het..
er with red. /pot, on her. The owner is re•
zend_st to come forward, prove proPut7. pay
, sad taks bar s
la way, or olie will as 411. r.
Wort according to w.
Sept. 8 ,1868. C. VARNEY.
CAulavrt.—vv hems. my wife M.
IX, has lett in bed sad blot without as
Jot cane or provocation. all mum are hereby
fortdd horbftUg or treating her Oa ay amount,
this Will pay no debts of her °tidewater
this date. JOHN T.
tirearillt; July 20, 11368.—Wi
O A TS! 80.
POW Mang, CI UK
f;1 , - I :4 L. 0 • N.
igijissillibisat am re
.11 0. 840 -
BOOTS . AB
I havo ••••,-.
rr ; for liar
- lad . the limit ---- iiiliiiit eintis iis
dollar lia - iseelada9 hit cal stir! add lay '
AM forM I ton Wad outs tilairappri ea
yard stick ;- •.- .:- _-. : - c-4 1 ,
dad Boots tar the Moe ttedelloaridi
Aad for d the
•- - bolted ambrada that vorkal
I ban Roots a IRO istaileafs ,
her the bad !abodes lens that Me at trade
I bane Boots tot O,.&Mk 10. TM fil•
14 Beats aid rot sat moo jot
SS I abet iletielatutal ROT. TO TRUST I
I Mill :LIM MOGIU;0 01 . 4 " it " P
la Otit, Heal -
ffirte (diode, all pa that
Tiep 141;'11/01461 Mauch Riatils obirni to tin,
My lea In Mint wetly ; • -
nil by away ran' waltz
Si the Ws of-1102FR BRANCH HOTEL t
• • LI,
HATrIE IL.; URNS '• •
- • - rinciiiiikkow linnuo,„. •
Oilbri her swim_ fir theAlissegpf, Wow sada,
aid Mors to
-the following asinine-Ms t -
Farmarn, if. Y._Jaii 14 . 1868.
less Barna A. Kean has owe a student is
as Allegany Aeademy of Milo; _
We ire well acquainted irith her "Wines and
character. We most 'crsdially rem sweAd her
Y s skilltal_Pb.)l4 dad as well - qsa Med to
teach the Plano. Oros, Waging. Thorough -
Baas, and Earmoaii
• - The hestirof_the_A. A.ll.
_ A. N. Jomsow,Predasol.
tryaladssos Aso. boarding hoses of H.
16 0. 8 1. t raltar f 441 • •
so ship bwetifore existing between. 8. J.
et Ulclol , d: .l l l 34, t 4l4 l3lla u lL osi at e der ow the t e rVis m m
chants. is this day dirillewi - by Annual amp
sent.. All notes and "scooriats us left with 8.
J. Hickok, for nutmeat, who Will comic us
the business. . And _also wishes to sly to
the former-patroas That: be is thankful for the
liberal patronge of the pest and respectfully
solicits Si osallausace of tits isms. -
B. J. RICSON,
C. L. MEAN.
Oat*. Atg. u. UM
Fuzz NORSE sH-Owt
AT TOWANDA, SEPTEMBER 5,'68
o. s PRATT,
IlavinginetWith peat sawed adetiglicrat
the.CAmnty, and having given nnbotioded
satisfaction to hiw classes, as evinced by
testimonials vednaimily given him, and.
hay* been strangly . orged to continue his
entertabuncnts and lessons, will Continue
to teach Classes - in the wonderful
Educating and Training the -
110STMOIOVS 1101iSFS'ar, MULES.
At Tirnaht, he had a class of aboit zing
whulltave given him written assurances
of their satisfaction with his instruction
and its great value, and to persuade him to
return, hale guaranteed him
Sir CASE paid for PRODUCE, .and for
BUTTES, at the 'highest market rates.
ANOTHER CLASS OF FIFTY - June 25, 1868. •
He will open at TOWANDA, on the lot
back of the Baron= office, . near the El
well Hoagie, on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 18.68
With a Free Entertainment every idternoon
at 2 and evening at 7 o'clock, and. remain
probably for thno weeks. Professor Pam
will be at
gAST TROY, MONDAY, SEPT 21,
And remain four dayn. At
BURLINGTON, 'THURSDAY, SEPT. 17,
And remain three days
dig. 25, 1868.
UISS HUNT'S SCHOOL FOR
Yong t Indies wilt reopen on MONDAY.
the 31 et da of AUGUST.
The year divided into 4 twins of. 10 weeks
glish Wenches . 6sB 4
F En $ 2
rench ead Latin, each. • • 60 lid OO
Pupils srill be rewired at any time, bat no
deductio nwU be made after admission for,ao
absence of less than' one ball a term -
Ann: 13, 1868. '
pIIBLIO SALE.—The 'en bacrilier
win sa by plata &action, at , his rest
dm ia lionroatoa, on'
'SATURDAY, SEPTEMBrEt 5,1968.
Commeadng at le o'clock, a. m4e.talie Van
Also (milkmen Oetaito Piano, nearly new and
aty of WMiON SPOSI2B. ;
=Vail tam • wider $2O am& • over that
masa% 6 months credit. will be given, on note;
withalPlll"fi r ld tifmAlit 111. - AN.
Amid 10 ; 110.
- 8 t
0 . 4
g 5 RR • •
-a Of July, E,
one red, awl .;
paid tor the
zeteived. - - I
nissoL t I ON.—The ciipartner
• tiontotore existing between
B - • & Gish, Is this day absolved
by Inutsk • t t the undetelsned blob*
c ar teled the Bre b a red of F. h debts mnd ie(7=
by them, • "" comma.
CANTON.; BAJO:WOW COUNTY, rd.
Mn. SWART 1W re-open der sehool at her
residence, corner of Cereontaad Centre Streets
as Illioadcy t eeptimber 7, led&
Avg: 19, IRO&
AID AT YOVB SEEVIC E•
:1.1 BOOTS 111
b !nos gross t
LE•Olq, " •
SOLOMON - WOLFF I
B d • u pi ds t t tu u
w s o o w d t y i el4r llftlll owns
the DUNS; kat Modal and AV* Nock of
br sale slates u•
that 011110111 'Use
READY ; MAIM CLOTHING -
ow briegit io '16,214111 Kr. Betssse,
has until reesettly awned:ow a Us badness for
it peat Mildew Oita, sad bowing during all
tbU• Uwe 'enjoyed- ths patrosap of nearip
evety enfant of the co unty, y with credit to him
self and satisfaction bk patron', has in or
der tom ern a ferthet continuance of the good
will, sold theft entire ofd "stock at-a great sac
rifice; and are now openinwan entire
Complete . New, &a*
The Wiles. hareattar. Gouda:fad oa a
and at Oft PRICE ONLY, on which principle
they aspect to- be able to nil goods at a serf
mall pa& sal distance all etnapstitioa. Wi
Wilson sad all to pay as s visit at the old
stand °Maroon & Son oaf - door north of
Tai t k: at Co.
sarkat price paid low Wosi,
Hides, Pelts Calf Slam
SOLOMON & WOLFF.
MILLMBSY GOODS FOR SALE.
The andatsimeed will dispose of •er stock
of Millinery Goods •to any perm dedroos of
engaging* the intainees. Affording
lia=" l / 1, to Pram Illood ow
fa items _Application may be made to
the satmertbetyat the Millinay Store, Konroe T
ton . Gm E. SILL.
Aag. 17, 11866--the
NEW. GROCERY AND
Respectfully announce that they have tom
te); .3 y: Ay:J(001:10 el-..:•:11
I VO !--Strayed from tho
• •• to Towanda tweikehlp, on the
Yearlings. Two Steers;
other molly red, one-heifer,
led,The bbore wised will be
• • of the "cattle, and sly
then will be thanthilly
CASH BASIS I
Tornado, Aug. 3,1Q68.
In the North Stove of Names New Block.,
Mud have now In stone a full assortacent of
Goods in their line, igellaSed in New York,
which the? have selected- with unusual care,
and will sell &tree tm►at possible rates. Thus
stock la . complete in eieri ; ., particular, and In
qaaUtyandpriee eannot r fail to give satisfaction
The, ask the patrosnige of the pabffe, ntti
the win= that first rate goods and fair
dealing may always be expected
They have now in store, end for iale by the
caw or single Jar, a large stock of
- AIR TIGHT FRUIT .TARS,
Which they recommend as the very beet offerecf
to the ptagic. They Ist for thin jar an how-.
tion and trial, aa it 9 merits are a ,parent to ev ,
est. North stwe is Mercur's Nev Blocky
Main street, Towanda, Pa.
HORSE -POWERS, THRESHERS.
CLEANERS :. SEPERATORS ! I
Blood:. & Co.; Athens , '7 Pa '
Still continue to . . manufacture BLOOD'S CEL
EBRATED THRESHERS AND CLEANERS,
AND HORSE POWERS to ran the same, and
are prepared to fill orders promptly.
ON AS GOOD TERNS
As can be bought in the United States. Rev
bilrbeen 15 years engaged in manufacturing
Threshing Machines, we have spared neither
time nor experme In perfecting our machines,
and claim to have
THE BEST CLEANER
One that will seperste the ' Grain from the
'Strati' more perfectly, , and with less power,
than any other manufactured. They are very
simple in construction , being comprised in one
- Piece, so that it does .not require a mechanic
to set them up or tun them •_they are all man
ufactured under our personal supervision, and
WE CHALLENGE THE WORLD
To show better workmanship or material Er
ery machine is set up wed
THOROUGHLY TESTED UNDER MOTION,
Etc(' • leaving the Works, and are
WinIUNTED TO BE IN WORSTS° ORDER
They haVe been in practical os e for serersi
• - _ , and can be attached to Tread Powers,
weep Powers, Steam or-Wate r Poker, and for
DURABILITY. Perfection of Working. and
Economy, their equal has not - been invented.
Are is low as - those of any other muparacturer,
and parties desiring to purchase. will find it to
their Interest to examine our stock betore paz
PRICE LISP FURNISHED
On applieslion. AU kinds of
On hand; and 111111 Work, Engines, Boilers and
machinery of all kinds got Op to order prompt
ly and on favorable terms.
BLOOD & CO.
Athens, July 23, 1868.
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
202 MADISON AVENUE,
MADAME C. MEARS,
Having increased the a tr.odations for pu
pils, desires to inform}Utter `__ patrons that she Is
able to offer the advantages of her Institution.
to a larger na ober of Young Ladles.
French is the language of the school. t
Madame M. refers b y permission to .1. 11.
Hove Esq., Greenwood, Wm. M. Mallory Esq.,
and E. 0. Goodrich Towanna, Pa.
Jane 11,1868. •
B REMER'S- DOUBLE-ACTING,
WOODEN FORCE PUMP !
This is the moat effective and cheapest force
pump manufactured. It Wl* the drat premium
at the Chemnng County Pair of 1867, and only
needs a trial to satisfy every one of - ma merits.
They are In general use In Western Bradford,
and of some hundreds put In not one has railed
to give satisfaction.
Thia,uump may be e'en 1n operation at
the Reporter printing office, and at several other
llama In Towanda .
-Address GEO. DIINHAIL : Jr., South Creek.
Pa., who is Agent for Bradford and Chemung
counties. • July . 2l, 1868.3 m•
IMPROVEMENT OF STOCK.-
An opportunity' is now offered the farmers
of Bradford to Improve their stock oy breeding
BED KIEL 7173 A. H. 8.,
A thorough-bred Short Horn of good pedlfee
running back to the herd of Mr. Bates.
Bata of service 0,00, cult down.
AS but few cows can be served th present
sesson,lll who dadre to obudiktervice should
Ball on or address,
June 15.1888. S t•
MARKET . GARDEN. 2 iII the ear
ly vegetables in their season, gathered
freak every day in the gardens of the subscrl -
Dere, will he kept on hand for sale at the store
of NeCabe In N RU B ere New
E. G.3ELL a, CO.
'Towanda. July 13. 1868.
F° ALVAT SCOTIA TANNERY
Plastering_liair at wholesale and ttitail,
also Soap-and Wagon Grease by the pound and
barrel. Cash paid for Bark and Bides.
. ADAM INNES.
Granville Cesitre.Ps..J , g 16, 1868.6 m.
WARM MEALS, AT ALL ROVES
at 0. W. 110FFITTS . Iteetsarent —
Perpona coming to town for dinner, will do well
to sire him a call. • •
Tomah. June 11. 1868
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF TOI•
A LET SOAPS, at &CIA= & MEM
NETV YORK C 121;
GEO. W. MOFFITT