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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
rOWANDA CHURCH ' DIRSCIORT.-.--Baptili
Church.—Rev. ROBERT DPPLAP, Pastor.
Preachi Sundays at 10e A. aud 7e
x. Sunday School, le a. m. Prayer
Meeting every Thursday evening.
M. E. Church.—Bev. L T. BZOWNTLL, Pas
tor. Preaching every Sunday at 1011.11.
and 71P. X. !Sunday_ School, 11 P. K.
Prayer Meeting every Thtizaday evening.
Presbyterian ertureh.—Bev. Wm. •
Pastor. Preaching every Sunds;t a ll%
A. 'N., and 7P. X. -Sunday Schoul.li PM*
Prayer Melting Thursday evenings.
Episcopal Merck—Rev. F. D. Harem Pas
tor. Preaching every Sunday at 101 1.11.
and 3P. X. Sunday School, le P. M.
Tuns Tem:E.—The following is the
Time Table of the Pennsylvania and New
York Canal and Rail Road Company, which
took effect on Monday, May, 11, 1868:
P. M. .A. M. A. M.
.5:30 ilia. ... .820
.6:45 11:35. ... .8:45
TOWANDA.... ..... 9:15 12:8 938
P. M......P. M. A. M
A. M. A. M. P. M.
.808 11:00 4:58
.7:53 10:45 443
..7:40 10:32 4:30
. 10:17 4:15
.7:00 3:52 3:50
L. IL 1. M.P. M.
JOHN P. 0031, Superintendent.
At ROME, in the North Rome Church,near
Dm:uptown, Saturday afternoon, Oct, 10.
Speakers, Gen. H. J. MADILL, THOS.
\ E. GRIDLEY and others.
At 'Prince Hollow, in WARREN, Monday
evening, Oct. 12. Speakers, W. T. DA
VIES and N. C. ELSI3RPF
It WEST WARREN. Saturday evening
Oct. 10th. Same Speakers.
M the Bumptown Church, NORTH ROME,
Monday evening, Oct. 12th. Sneakers,
HENRI PEET, and Col. E. OVERTON.
kt the State Road School House, WYSOX,
Monday evenint. Oct. 12. Speakers. Dr.
T. F. MADILL. W. HERSEY WATKINS
and JOHN B. HINDS.
At WYALUSING, Saturday afternoon,Oet.
10. Speakers. Hon. U. MERCUR, and
'Capt. J. H. HURST.
A t EAST SMITHFIELD, Monday evening,
Oct. 12. Speakers W. T. DAVIES and
. P. D. M.ORROW.
At STANDING STONE. Saturday evening,
Oct. 10: Bon. E. REED MYEU, and
Hon. B. LAPORTE,
At ULSTER, in Towil Ball, Saturday even
ing, Oct. 10. Speakers O.D. BARTLETT
' and Col. E. OVERTON, Jr. A Torch
Ligld Procession from Towanda will be
At POTTERVILLE, Friday evening, Oct.
9th. Speakers W. T. DAVIES, N. C.
ELSBREE, and CYRUS COOKE.
At ROME, Monday evening, Oct 12. Speak
ers Hon. U. M.EI3,CUR and lion. E. IMPO
At MONROETON, Saturday evening, Oct.
10th. Speakers HENRY MEET and Capt.
B. M. PECK.
At BURLINGTON, at the School House,
near McCords, Friday evening, Oct. 9th.
Speakers, HENRY FEET and Col. E.
OVERTON, Jr. '
It ATHENS, Friday evening, October 9th.
Speakers Hon. 11 111E13,CUB, and Capt. B.
At LEROY, Saturday evening, October 10
Speakers Gen. H. J. MADILL and J
In HERRICK; at Stony Point, Saturday
evening. Oct. 10. Speakers P. D. 11i011-
ROW, W. HERSEY WATKINS, and
Capt. J. H. HURST.
M ASYLUM, in the Macedonia Ghorch
Friday evening, Oct. 9. Speakers P. D
MORROW and G. D. MONTANYE.
ASI - L.C.11, at Prouchtown Hill School
Friday . evening, Oct. 9, Speaker
11, J. MAAILL.
At an Institute held at Merry
ill, Bradford county, Pa.. a vote was taken
for Grant and Seymour, which resulted as
follows : Grant 117, - Seymour 18. $o
much for education.
REA . PRISE AS STOWE; of the Bethel
CL ;nib Boston, preached in the Baptist
in this place Sunday forenoon, and
evening ut the Presbyteriati Church,
pr--e•nnag the claims of the mariner to the
of the Christian world.
met according to adjournment, at the
s School Honseon Saturday evening
1,i., and elected I'. C. Rockwell as Vice
I'i, ,id it. Large attendance. After the
tram:Ai:you of business President J. B.
:•::.1111 called the home to order and intro
da Messrs Holcomb and Bartlett, of
Ti.isuda, who delivered able and telling
tender our sincere 'thanks to those
for their appropriate and truth-
NIPORTANT A RRE.I.T.- Capt. CREED
L-,iving received information that certain
boats' and boatmen sailing on the Junction
canal, had arrived with stolen property on
board, took with him officer MIDDAL*OII, and
, made a raid on Saturday night on two boats
which had recently arrived from Pittston.
They found on board one of the boats a set
of silver plated harness, a set of heavy har
ness, a quantity of Yankee notions and a
large bunch of burglar's keys, consisting of
from fifty to seventy-five. They arrested
two men for the robbery, and also took into
custody a boy and one woman, who were
locked up as witnesses. It is supposed the
Property was etolen somewhere down the
J unction canal in the State of Pennsylvania,
as it seems to be the policy of these boat
thieves to take property stolen by them in
this locality down in Pennsylvania to be
disposed of, and to bring the property from
there cip here.—Elmira Advertiser.
MRS. 1.1.772; from Madame Demo
n Is establishment, New York, is now at
the Ward House, where she will remain un
til Saturday, with a floe stock of Hair and
Fancy Goods, to which she invites the at
tention of the ladies.
CRUSLIED TO DEATH.—PRANK PISE , &
IT:a:email on the N. - Y. j t. Pa.C..V. B. IL Co.
While coupling cars, on Tuesday afternoon,
was caught between two care, and so severe
ly injured that ho died in a few minutes:
Ilr. frig was from Athens,. aged about 23
3"( an, and very much respected by all who
kuew him. His remains was taken in a
ajwcial train the same evening to Athens,
his afflicted relatives and friends, upon
horn this sudden blow falls with overt
I; EN. JAMES B. McKEAN, of Saratoga ,
Cvnuty, N. F., addressed a Republican
wetting in the Court House on Friday eve
ning last. Though the evening was fear
fully inclement, a large and attentive audi
ence was assembled, who listened to the
eloquent and pointed remarks of the speak
ers with pleasure. 0. D. Baurmirrr opened
tilt , meeting with a spirited 'and telling
Gen. ItIcKLAN spoke at West Burlington
on Saturday afternoon and spent ..the Sab
bath pith his friends in that vicinity.
• Bunraiercut, Sept. $.1868.
En. Erman:a—Dear b'ir *:—The
ton Township - Grant and Colfax Cittb
',ambled at the Mount Pleasant School
House this evening at o'clock, 10 we
called to order by the committee. Cur mo•
tion of E. GUM, Taos. WArmas wasicilled
to the chair and S. W. lionnasor, Correa
ponding Secretary—and was ably addressed
by W. H. Warr*, CoL Chrrurrou itnd E.
Guilin. Much credit is due Col. OVeurrou
for the able manner in, which he clisOissed
the finance question. The House was
crowded to excess. and a Seymour , Blair
man is not known hare, all are unaiiimons
and sound. . • 8. W N. /.
Ma Eurron :—lt is well known 'that a
large and constantly increasing temperance
organization exists in this county, under the
name of Good Templars. At a convention
recently held in Towanda, they passed a
resolution, which is not only consistent
with the principles of the order, but 'which
must commend itself to all temperance
men, recommending that. temperance men
should vote for those only Who are known
to be friendly to the canoe. Now
Piollet boasts, in his public, speechei, tint
he not only drinks, whisky Ilium* , but
“when ho goes into a bar room, lie tills up
the crowd, treats them to what they Want to
drink, and pays for it like a man," (that is
just before election) and then asks 1"who
ever heard of Judge Mercer treating any
body? no one." It is well known, that in
this respect at least, the Colonel's actions
not belie his word. How can any con
sistent temperance man, be his politics
what they may, conscience, vote tot. such
a candidate! Rather let them show ixe the
ballot box, that before a man can obtain
their suffrages, he must, at least, show a
decent "respect for their opinions, and not
thus. openly and shanielessly violate every
principle of good manners and good order
by attempting to purchase votes with a
drink of whisky. G. T._
INsuamics.—The place to get a
cheap and safe life insurance policy is with
A. Buanstrx, who is agent for the Pocenix
Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Hartford,
Ooni.,—one of the best in existence.:
The Democratic candidate iota Con
gress V. E. Piciazr—when, here boasts that
hundreds of Depublimuts in Bradford 'are
going to vote for him. At home he blaims
that it is in Columbia and Montour where
the recruits from the Bepulilican ranks are
sure to come from. It is all bluster. Beith
er here nor in Bradford will a single itepnb-
Henn vote for him. The people of this Dis
trict don't want a man of his stature and
calibre to represent them in Congress.—
. The meeting here to:day was a grand
success: Early in the day people began to
assemble from all sections and beforP noon
our town was filled - tip 'full and running over.
Delegations camp from Union, Ward, Fox,
and Leßoy, the Leßoy delegations came
led by Capt. Win. F. Ronntsort with from
sixty to seventy-five horsemen well moun
ted, an excellent martial band, and fully.
3000 people were in attendance, and the
greatest enthusiasm prevailed. At 2R. M.
the crowd formed in procession in front of
the Central House. under Capt. lionnsson,
marshal, led by the Canton Brass Band and
the Leßoy Martial Band, and marched up
Centre street to the Disciple Church where I
a commodious stand had been erected. The
meeting was organized.by appointing Col.
lain WILSON, chairman, and L. L. WASH
nuns, JUSTIN BOTIIWELI, EDEN LILLE;
Honnnt. MANLEY, Euss Rocawnw., Jr. E.
7JULLOCIC, L. D. Forman, and HAZY= Hot..
coon Vice Presidents, Mr. Anurrraoso, of
Williamsport, was then introdu - Ped, aid for
an hour and a quaiter held the audience
enwrapped with his logical illustrations
and comparisons, his eloquent and full
review of the political issues. Mr. Idzacus,
was then introduced, and for an hour and a
half ably_ reviewed the past history of the
copperhead party, and thoroughly convinced
all that every nominee of the name of
Ur.rasEs ought to be supported and would
be elected, and to show the contrast I will
give you a history of the meeting held yes
terday, by the cops of this vicinity. Flam
ing hand-bills had been posted announcing
Col. V. E. Prow.zr, 'Col. L. A. MACKEY and
E. E. Davis, of Williamsport, as speakers,
but the bloodless Cols. Prow= and Meer.=
failed to appear, bat the redoubtablei E. E.
Onus, late of the C. S. A. Quartermasters
Department appeared. About 100 dolefu
looking Cops and 200 Republicans presen
ted themselves for the great feast to be giv
en. One point was effectually sustained,
and that was that the rebellion was whipped,
squelched and played out. It had died
perished, kicked the bucket, succumbed
bustsd, and this knight of Jeff Davis's Qnar
termaster's strvice, and who with a flit
knowledge of the oath required made appli
cation for admission to the U.S. Supreme
Court, and when said oath was presented
declined to take it because it was so oppres
sive and unconstitutional. He preferring
to rob himself and fainily of the practice in
that Court, than to subscribe an unconstitu
tional oath. Glorious consistency frequently
told his hearers that ix subdhed the rebel
lion, we compelled the rebels to surrender,
wr conquered the South, we maintained the
Union, we saved the country. No wonder,
the Col's. both of whom are anxious to sit
in Congress as half-priced members, who
are now travelling on a trading as well as
a begging enterprise failed to appear. It
wa3 not the company they wanted to be in.
MA - BR I.E D.
WOOD—CASH.—In Towanda, on the Gth :::
inst., by Rev. James McWilliam, Mr,
James Wood to Miss Lotthe Cash, daugh
ter of the late Mr. David Cash of Towanda,
BENJAMIN—CHILSON—At the residence
of Myron Frisbee, Terrytown, Sept. 25,
by Rev . D. Craft, Mr. George A. Benja
min to Miss Angeline M. Chilson, both of
WICRIZER—NICHOLAS--At the Barsoii.
age, Monroeton, Oct. 1, by Rev. Hallock
Armstrong, .Mr. G. L. Wiekizer to Miss
A. M. Nichols, both of Herrickville.
AYERS—In Sheshequin, Sept. 30,, 1868,
Sally A. wife of S. F. Avg% in the 49th
year of her age.
SEGAB—In Sheshequin, September 23;
1868, John Myers Seger, - third son of
.O ' Charles and Patty Segar—in the 16th year
of his age.
"There is no flock, however watched and
- Bat one dead lamb is there !
here is no fireside, however defended,
Bat has one vacant chair! "
The family circle had remained unbroken
until this dear one was taken—leaving sor
rowful and desolate, the hearts of those
who loved him.
"Myers" was a boy of good mind, ; and of
more than ordinary ambition. In the school
room, he was ever obedient and studious,
and always at his post.. Of an honest,frank
and happy disposition, Ido not reniembes
ever to have seen a frown upon his face, or
to have heard an angry word frcilm his lips.
May his school mates,[while they think of
him sadly and longingly—remember; and
imitate his many virtues, And may his be
reaved parents feel that--
"He is not dead—the child of ony. °free tion
But gone unto that school
Where he no longer needs our poor protec
'And Christ himself doth rule." 4 •
IT Is Swamis- . 1 14 toting
6: and different sto.es
notice this Mr. & _ sit. 3
ieeehisg a large s tot them
fel styles. Ind l .
all styles and .• , •-•
CurroN, Oct 2, 1868
Sputal ; m. .
i 7: 'oh '
, 4 i• • •
, la Sam—One aitan of ,ay HOr
sea, six years old, lowland, kind and well
matched. One ' two , ' herlie Platform Spring
Wagon, in good ordar l. One two horse sec
ond hand family Carname, in good.order.
One second hand koihorse heroes&
One'new open Buggy.l •
One second hand; pen Baggy.,
• The &bore propertylwill be sold on. En.
Maize of - 1 i H
• B. N. Asnmrszarl29 .st.,
Oct. 8.-2 w. i ' Towan Pa.
WANTED,A intMl. i
• of • ... char
acter and competent, to - ansArd Im
prb,,ve a farm as a 47, for o •
-IL& B. erase.
Wyalusing, Oct, —3ne.
, 14k. A young gentleman 'cm to
corrupted with an lutlimi tad ' bar of
YaunB bias Obieekl fn and m tad im
provement. Addraula V O. - Draw , 81, To.
swaila,Ta. 1 1 , Oct. : 1888.
A Hotraz AND tie' FOR 4m—A
elitenaid House mad ,Dotfor. sale, mutilate on
Secondmitred, t o I the Cake, close
to good schools ,;pleasantly,lbeated.—
The house is new, suet from top to
bottom in first class AZ For *Other par
ticulars enquire of Di Basta; on .the
premises. Tows's' Oct 5, 868.tf.
Naw BARBEIt D: zu. in
the Ward House, who Will do all ikinds of
Hair Work. Switches, curls . Braids, Puffs
Primate and Ladles kFront lieees4 made of
their own natural hipir. iWigs, Tonnees and
False Whiskers, made ordered.
Ow attention give 'it,A the Out
Dressing of La di es Children'si
Highest market ce paid in I
Hair. ' P.R. B.
Towanda, Oot. 8,888.-4 w,
', • fi t,
oations of Teachers, or th etsveral
of this county, will e, held as fall
Oct. 8 .. Warren . Bo un Haw Soh'
..... 9.. Windham , Oftenda
....10..Orweli. Orw r Hill
....12 —Rome, Boro
. s4l o ii
~ .15 ..Sheshequin, . leer Talle3
.....16..IIlster, Villsg l
.. i .19: •Litcbfield,tre •••
....20..Athens, Bo gh '.
... .21—Smithfield, ntre
....22s .Sprinefield, ,Om
... .23..Bidgbury, Centreville
....24..tiouth Creek. illetta 1
....26..Ve115, Rawly! ill
....27..Columbia, Aus nville
_ _2B_ Troy, Borough
...29. . West Burliugten, West
.30.. Burlington, pither's Mill
Nov. .6 _Wpm:. Myerstairg
..... 7.. Asylum. Laporth
..... 9.. Terry, TerrytoWn
....10.. Wilmot, Sugar Bun
.. _ll, . Albany and pv erten, Bahl
....12.. Monroe, Monioaten
... 19.. Tuscarora, spriiv Hill T.
....20..Pike, Lena vibe i
... .24„Franklin, Varney
.27.. Canton, Both
Special.e Troy, Nov 4 Ott Towand t i Dec.l2,
,26 and Jan. 9th. 11 I
Applicants are req li sted to at din the
vicinity where theyresidi or expeetlto teach.
Those finding it ne9wikary to attend a spec
ial examination, wil ' B uOmply wi the re
quirements. found on the 139th pa e of the
school laws. Exerc es; will com o nce be
tween 9 and 10 o'cloq ;i none a itted to
the class after 10 o'cl ktunlessun voidably
Teachers must invariebly pros certi
ficates-valid in this county before,. *rumen
cing scliooL All so-eiilled profedsionel cer
tificates issued.prior te the first - Irsway _ of
June, 1866, were, by, Hit! ea of Ar il 9th,
1867, made to erpire! on the the t Mon
day of Jane last. Directors • are *quested.
to be present, and Ilk see that yeacbers
for their respective ecliools are alien-
I dance. 0.4 1 . pritBDUCK,
°swims., Sept. 18. li i Oounty
ROSENRERG Sr, :V I V ()LIT'S CI
13.zoorwroa—.0uaI d sxnereis.V-411
marked in plain•figureii, land ofily
and no deviation, e system end
every honorable man as the
safest way of dealing,! which 'alto
fraud or imposition. • 'D this style
ing suits you better! plan the fr.
bantering system, then give US a
Main St., adjoining Patlon's ph '
TOWANDA, Pa., Sept. 2?..
CASCADE MILLS FLVR----111 9 ,.
prime old Winter Wheat, is wci
cent. more than the' same amo ;
quality, made from rietil whtat. •
barrel will make 15 per gent., or ol
in seven. more bread than fro.]
crop. Making a digeirBnce in ye
vor of the old of twol'dllars per
fifty cents per sack, owing to the
tabling that proportion of water .1
the old. This fact isiiv4llknown 1
and every one shouldj nnderstan;
have bought, and lontinue t;
the Old Wheat to be' had, and w
supply until the new crop is fit
No decline in quality. We p
make it better and bete all the ti
H. B. I
Camptown, Ang. 13;1068. —tf.
g QUARTERLY 4FIPORT of t
National Bank of Athbns, Monday
5, 1868 :
Loans and discutmts sl.
Cash Items and rev. atapve...
Due trom National Bbnks
13.8.80nds deposited to 'secure
Due from Banks andakikers..
Bills of National Banks':
Fractional Currency - 41 Nickels..
Legal tender noteti.... .......
rasa) ITs~a. $
_Circulating notes received from
Oomptroller J, .590,000
Less amount on hattd. 130
Dne National Banks.
.• . •
Profit and L 055....: . .1 . • •. •
!33 . 1,398 95
I, B. A. SPALDING, C 4shier of rirat
National Bank of Athens:, do sole tair y
that the above stateniilnts is trite' the best.
of my knowledge andlbi3lief.
B. A. BpALDING,„(
Sworn to and snbsarined befor
fifth day of October, 1858.
FRED IL P=, Notary
QUARTERLY REPORTIOf the el
of ' the First National plink of TO
the morning of the first Monday
Loans and Discounts , . . . f• $
U.S. Secu.rities de ited with
the Treasurer Uni States. ;
Do .on hands . 1'
Banking House, Furniture and
_Fixtures ii .
Expenses ' [
Overdrafts t. •
Cash items ,l .;
Due from National Baziks
Legal Tendei% Notes onihand. _
National Bank Notes!.:
Compound Interest Notes-
Naticinal currency ( i n.. Nickels)
Capital I. li i $125,000 otri
firirplus Fund.. n ...1.!. ....... ;30,000 00
Circulation. .. - 1 A 10,940 00
Individual Dar 'ts - 1 . 171,645 31
United States Deposits
Due National . 1 278 gi
Profit and loss ' 9,891 34
Dividends unpaid. • 4; 50 1:10
Due Bankers . 1 ... , ....I ........ 4 25
,i -g '715 74
4 N. N. Burrs, Ja. l , pashier o , the First
National Bank, Towanda, do b tolemnl., y
iwisr that the aboVd ( istatemen is true to
the beat of my knoll& ge and 'et.
N. N.t Strut, Jr., Cashier.
Sworn and subamited before me i this sth
day of October, 186!I
W. H. Werfizur, Notary
Wir Choice Ca „a • - rs •at
one door north of 'a Tol
Towanda, Aug. 20 4 1 6B.—tf.
Paull * 101 r Colupt:
CARPETS 1 CARPETS °AMMO
caoivitatx%TAP TRY 8110881148
bri uOl4 widths 3 . pit.
*TEL IMPROVED, MEDIUM IMPROVED
WOOL OAIIPETIN IN NEW AND MUNI
ULTIMA WM A LARGE STOCK OF
LOWER GRAM, Anfr SEBUM BY
Towanda, Oct. 5.1888.
F LOOR OIL CLOTHS
MATTIIIOI3. MAU, RUGS, &0..
In gnat valid,. sow °Toed by
POWELL & CO.
Towanda. Oct. 5, 1868.
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S EMS!
Desire to announce that the
will ven and offer sale on
f ! Staturday next (October 10), .
their stock of Ladies and
Children's FANCY' FURS
a large dock of which they
are now receiving.
Towanda, Oct. 5, 1868
3 of no
'• at 133
B OUTS AN!) SHOES
h 15 per
• sack or
a the new
ue in fa
a ew con
I it. We
• buy, all
111 have a
THIS DEPARTMENT OP. OUR BUSINESS
We have devoted muck time
and have spared no Pains, to
nu'i,ke our 'stock 04800 TS k
SHOES the largest, best, and
most attradive to be found
and having made our pur
chaSes from the best and mos
popular manufacturers in the
country, We now over a stock
of Custom -Made Goods un-
equalled both in magnitude
;; da, on
Towanda, Oct. 5, ISO
P ',503 00
LADIES CLOAKS AND SR AWLS
Tomo* Oct. 5,11118.
POWELL & 00.
POWELL & CO.,
THE LATEST FALL 817103,
POWELL & CO
WICKHAM & BLACK'S
to Tan TWA* TO . 4311ki
II 0 OIC r E R 1_ •
Juiti readied a Wei. lot: direct
from the Potter? of E. Jfak,- Tuna., Roe
From Have Mod a co., atozoges, ?MUMS.
Or *II kinds S d prices,
LAM • 8,-
d' •Ao , dc.
Is or Stores:,
" ABE D
In Oblast Eupen,
Warirted of Abe but quality.,
TO YS, j'• A aO-O;DS,
WOQD AND WILLOW Wes •
TAUS 'CUTLERY, * LOOKING C!LABBES,
Witoffer to the TRADE goods at City Nees.
Itemising to do oar best we tespectbilly ,ask
you to givens a esti
Towanda, Oct. I, 1868. •
GRAND RALLY OF THE HAMS !
COME ONE 1 COME ALL I
t REPUBLICANS. DEMOCRATS,
And citizens of every Ipolhicallnith are invited
to attend the
GREAT MASS MEETING
Whichto be held and continued for the nest
three Mouthing the citizens of Towanda and
NO. 123, MAIN STREET.
Where young sad old are already gathering
to provid,themselvea with _
FOR FALL - AND WINTER -WEAB,
From the excellent supply we have lately
received and which for.
QUALITY, L!oUitABILITY AND CHEAPNESS
Cannot be excelled In this or any other mar•
tel. our entire stock being new and bought for
DISTANCE ALL COMPETITION.
Our motto is Quick Sales, Small Profits ,Strict
ly Cub and Once Price Only. We invite one
an to pay ea a visit at the old stand of
Silumon .k Son, one door north of Taylor k Co
SOLOMON & WOLFF.
Towanda, O c t. 1, 1808
WE SELL Over oats this season at very low
prices. One stock was bought low . , and la re
hiledlat legs than a usual wholesale‘protit
We! offer some extra bargains at the once price
store of SOLOMON .!1 WOLFF,
No. 123, Main Street.
WE SELL our stock of Fine Coats, Business
Butts, Pants and Vests, for men-and boys' wear
as low as any previous time thh summer. We
have some splendid goods in this line, bought
el:man-and sellieg at a very 'small profit, of the
Ode Price Store of
!SOLOMON k - WOLFF,
- Z` No. 1 23, Main Street..
WE SELL Furnishing Goods much below
current prices. Our stock is complete to Men's
and Youths'. Ou these customers can save
many times, folly 20 per cent. b: baying at. ,
the one price'store of
SOLOMON & WOLFF,
No. 123, Main Street.
WE SELL small articles as cheap as large
'ones, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Collars, Ties,
Gloves, Mittens and gooks of this class very
much lees than they are retailed elsewhere.--
We invite the trade to COD, ivce themselves, at
the one price store of
SOLOMON & WOLFF,
No. 123 Main Street,. -,
The highest price in cash paid for. Wool
Hides, Pelts, and Calf Skins at the one price
store of SOLOMON & WOLFF,
No. 123. Maio Street
TOWANDA COAL YARD 1
ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS
The undersigned having leased the Coal Yard
and Boat at the old " Barclay Basin," and jut
completed a large Coal House and Office upon
the premises, are now prepared to fatal/di the
citizens of Towanda and vicinity with the diff
erent kinds and sizes of 'he above named mils
upon the most reasonable terms •tn any quanti
ty desired. Prices at the Yard - until further
notice : .
Large Egg .
Small Egg . .
Cbesnut:. .. . .... ..........
" Barclay " Lump, .
Ruu of ktinea,
" Fine r Blacksmith
The following additional charges will be
made fur delivering Coal within the'Borough
lim to :
Per T0n,..50 cis. extra for canting I.i 50 eta
Half T0n..35 ' • " " 25 ''
Quarter toD2S •' " 25 ''
i r must In siren/tea hi accompanied
with the h
D'A. OVERTON & CO
B A. PETTES
Are now receiving from New York a flue u
aortment. of . I
GOODS IN' THEIR LINE I
tConsiiting in part of
BROWN & BLEAdHED MIISLiNS,
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S DI ZS GOODS,
Fancy Skirt..., Shawls, Hoop Skirts,
GLOVES, HOSIERY, YANKEE ; NcrrtoNs,
dc., de., de
All of which can be bought as cheap as the
same quality of goods can be bought in To
Is being furnisidwlth,the latest styles of
BONNETS AND HATS,
And a general assortment of Millinery Goods.
with competent Milliners to suit the lute of all
1 1 1110 may - favor them with their patronage.
ilillioers will bo furnished with all I Inds o
goads at whoienal•• prices.
DON'T FORGET THE NAME IND PLACF
Win Street, directly lopposite the Court
8.. A. PETTES & CO,
Towanda. Sept. 21,1864.-3 m
EATING ESTABLISHMENT I
The undersigned having entered In to a co
partnership under the name of SCOTT &
LYN, - for the transaction of busmen at the old
Bakery stand, fleet door south of the Ward
EloiMe, Main street, would respectfully- an
nounce to the public that no pains will be
spared to keep the best of everything in our
a@ of brsinesi and atprices as low as can oe
obtained elsewhere. We -will keep constantly
on hand and will bake to order
ISRFAD , NEP, CASES, &C.
Customers may rely upon our work being well
and neatly done. _ln our
EATING DEPARTSIENT -
Neils .111 be servad l at all towns of the day,
and we wi4 do all In oar power to merit, not;
only a conannanceJ' but an increase of the
end patronage heretofore attended the
Douse. Fresh Oysters constantly on hod. We
will also keeps good aseortment of Groceries,'
Confectionery, Oreen, Dried and Connell Pratt
Cash paid for Batter, Eggs and Fruit.
Towanda, Sept. 15. 1568. J 8. ALLYN .
MILLINERY GOODS FOR SALE.
The anderidgned - will dispose of er stock
of Millinery Goods to any person Cesitons of
engaging in the business. Affording an excel
lent opportunity to purchase a good busbies@ on
fa sable terms Application - may bermade to
that Subscriber . at the MillindyStore Koala
toit: , Miss FL
mug. 17, 1868.—de'
F~-I~'+lY.+of>a^`.,~ap'!t~3+ih'_~.^ 7 '3':~ s.s-•~,i7✓x;:rtmT;~,wr,^S~r.3si~!•
DEPART/00T 'tiIiMPLETE I
BOOTS AND SHOES
LARGE p o N S
Suited to the Spring Trcule
THE EES7' QVALIIT
At: LOWEST ••• RATIM 'AT,
auritpiißtir - nnOtimms
DAILY BEING OPENED
And sr a nay for the Inspectton n ot the public
FROM LAST YEARS' STOCK
itIiGALEDLESS OF COST
Harness, Harness, Harness
B .A. S
The Saddleiy BusinesB
VALISES, LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS
Towanda,gpril 16 , 1868
w HOLESALE GROCERY
P. S. M. ez CO
The undersigned, encouraged by
the success which has thus far, at-
tended their new enterprise, desire
to make aeknowledgernent fort the
very liberal patronage they have re
ceived, by giving 'their customerethe
advantage of their years' experience
together with the benefit of .their
greatly increased facilities for doing
very large and complete assortmen
of everything in their line, and are
daily receiving such additions to
their stock as the wants of their
Syrup, Molaises, Coffee, Rice, To-
~..,i,l ' fie4:, : i- , r-,
EITOCUOV - •
•• - •
_ -~: ~.
THE LATEST STYLESI
Enid= of }lime Goods are
On band I. usual. We are oaring
. In order to elan out the.
And . will sell them
Itobis;andiallgooda connected with
TRUNKS, TRAVELLING BAGS,
HARNESS TRIMMINGS, &b
113, ?du &rnszi,
They keep constantly on hand, a
They have now in store, Sugar
bacco, Flab, Salt, Cheese, Fruits
Crackers, Candy, Matches, Brooms,
Wrapping Paper, and Twine, Flour
Sacks, Seeds, and a great variety of
other goods, which have been recent-
y bought at the lowest point in the
market, and are offered at wholesale,
at rates to correspond
They desire to call especial atten
tion to their large stock of Fine
Teas, which they are selling at New
York Jobbing pricek—gnaranteeing
he quality in all . eases
Have also on hand a good assort,
ment of Flour, Pork and Koroaene
They still continue to have the
benefit of a resident Partner in New
York whole constantly in the market
and prepared to turn to our advan
tage any favorable changes in the
price of goods.
FOX, STEVENS, MEUCUR do CO
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
The subscriber wishing to change his °emir.
tion, albs for sale his Store and Stock ol
Goods, consisting olDty Goods. Groceries,
Yankee Notions . 3c. Will exchange kr $ well
improved Faro, or sell stock and least store.
The store is Mooted in Wtekseld. Brodlord
County, Fe. The only store in.the town in op
eration. For particulars call on or address
S. K. LAYTON.
Ent. 74801. , I
F AIR WARNING! •
The subscribers having sold their business - at
Fattening, are desirous of settling their so.
counts, and request those indebted to call 10•
mediatell and Pattie. £ll accountant Kimball
& Ellsworth, arid Kimball I Son, unsettled by
the lint of October nest, will be placed fu' the
bands of a Justice for collection, without re
gard to persons. - '
11111.1111. & BOIL:
Ir.-111 . 1* -4,. ..:-..'''ilth ,- 'it: , ::2..19
' . Artatuantos., . .
kwtGlitlOEßt AND Pit-0404
' , ;'.:8411N : OTOIVX V;;;',. 7;
DPC-A -33 E: 4FC„ MX,
-01111i9= 6 ..tbak .they ha
' .-,2'lloComedtbe.., cons
WRXXERY AND PROVISION BUSINESS .
Soft:Stain of germ%
Aioi have now to store s' fall sasortment
Ocids in, Metz line, ruchased In Nov:York
wl4Per, "l 4Yi ioiaed
**l will sell at the lowest -possible rites. Their
goit is :iotolgetAs wig Prewar, igki ht.
0114 , 414 pike cannot tallto /Or e.aitlabicton
ri 1 4 . 14 11 11e patronage of the
the Innutuese that first rate' yeah - and fair
Ailing may always be evicted. • • •
Thep ism now In stirs, and for sale bithe
case or single jar, a large ato‘k• of •
liGali.V . 411LFSgiiING
1: 1 :.
, • AIR -TIG FRUIT JARS, . -i, ,
•. . . . • , . • . , • ~ .
to i ViC
p i: t e i r g 1 4 7 C 0
7 02 7 a
s li k ag the i
a T e Y jams; be offered
tlj y twzd t. irtsi. se lnet#l are s w parent tom,.
' ' 1111. North ' -',
ii 'Cereal New Itlo6f t .
Kiln street, To da , PA.
tar C ABB -ps ,
BUTTER, at the t
Jane IS, 18KI.
Ighest marker/11,i lad
BARRY MIX. 7'"
HORSE•P i WARS, :THRESHERS,
Blood''•, Atheni,, , Pa
StUl continue to mannfaetdre BLOOD'S CEL
EBRATED THRESHERS AND. CLEANERS,
AND HORSE POWERS to ran the same, and
are prepared to till orders promptly.
ON AS GOOD.',TXIOfS,
As can be bought lh the United States: Hav
ing been 15 years engaged 11 manufacturing
Thicshing Machines, we have• spared neither.
or °spew in perfecting .Our machines,
and ChiM to have
THE BEST CLEANER
One that will seperate the Orsln _from the
Straw more perfectly , and with Ilse power,
than any other manufactured. They are very
simple in eonstrUction , being coinprbed In one
piece, so that it does not require iemechanic
to set them up or run them : they are all man
ufactured under our personal supervision, and
WE CSALIINGE TEIE RufLD
To show better workmanship or material ET.
ery machine Is set ap and
THOROUGHLY . TEiTRD UNDER i4OTION,
Before leaving : the Works, snd-are,
WARRANTED TO BE IN WORKING ORDER
They have been in prwitical nee for several
yaws. and can be at ta ched to Treed Pollen,
Sweep Powers. Steam or Wale rPower, for,
DUILLBILITY • Perfection of ", Working. and
Economy, their equal has not been invented..
Are .3 low as those of any other mariafactarer,
and 'parties desiring to porchise, will and it to
their interest to guanine mit stock before par.
PRICE• LISTS FURNISHED' ,"
On application. "All kinds of
On hand, and !dill Work, Engines, Boilers and
machinery of all kinds got up to order prompt.
ly and on favorable terms.
BLOOD & CO.
Athens, July 23, 1868
THE TOWANDA. 11W
Adjoining Patton's Bici
ROSENBERG & vir,o L-F F,
Would respectfully announce to t &citizens of
Towanda and vicinity, that the have opened
the above store, udder the name of •• The To
wanda Regulator," with a splendi. assortment
OF BEADY MADE CLOT IME
Gents Furnishiag Goods, Hats, tips, tr.c., - /cc.,
which they'assure the-said eiti n e cannot be
excelled fu style or elegance, nd that the
prices are so low-tut to astonish everybody.—
Rosenberg & Wolf hope that- b strict atten
tion, and thir dealing with the people of To -
wands, they will obtain their . atronsge and
support. They also, beg to subj. n the follow
ing Commandments for their gni ". ca.
COME.CIM - COME ALL!
At Rosenberg a Wolff's One 'i'rice It egulalgr,.
Main Street, Towanda, Pa.
TUE TEN ,EOMidiNDISENTS,
Keep them, and Happy will be Thy Days
1. Thou shalt have no (Aber place to bay
clothing except Rosenberg k Wolff's:One Price
Regulator, Main Street.
2. Thou shalt not choose any other merchant:
though shalt not listen tB. their spec rhea. for
Rosenberg & Wolff are noiChatham•st. dealer.,
but sell at one price, and reliable. and will
serve you onto the third and fourth generation.
3: Thou shalt not seek in vain any more for
cheap raiment, for they can be found at Rosen
berg &•WolEVe One Price Store.
4.. Thou shalt bear in mind that we sell only
on six days of the week. and don't desecrate
the Sabbath by keeping our doors open and
bangin oat a show, for, on the seventh day,
Rosenberg & Wolff, and their clerks, desire to
rest from their labors.
6. Thou shalt honor the way Rosenberg &
Wolff deal, and long may be thy days to *Noy
6. Thou shalt not commit an improprietyof
buying of gallant st., Dealers, ,but come di
rect to Rosenberg l c Wolff's Ones Price liege
later, Main stmt.
7. Thou shalt not seek in vain for goods of
Foreign make. for. Rosenberg & Wolf keep a
8. Thou shalt not purloin from the Regulator
for Rosenberg & Wolff sell so cheap It would be
9. Thou shalt not boar • false • witness, but
honestly acknowledge fast you can get better
suited and for less money, at Rosenberg &
Wol IN than any other store. •
10. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors goods
or his bargains, for Rosenberg. Zr Wolff can
give them to you likewise : therefore, take
counsel, and bay only •of Rosenberg Zr - Wolff
the Once Price Mew •
Tomo la, Sept. 1;1898.
NORTH BIL&NOR BOOT .& SHOE STORE
L C. NELSON,
Basked finished and ready for sale a largess
BOOT& AND SHOES!
I have 800 is for the yeoman that tarneth the
And the hard laboring thin that 'carries the
And for the mechanic that cat stone sad lay
And for the sift banded Gents that apply the
yard stick ;
And Boots for the wise that flourish the quill ; ,
And for the honest mechanic that works the
I have Boots a Utile atm made,
For the hard laboring man that has no trade
I have Boots for all, please give me it call.
My Boots are good and prices Jost
int I am determined NOT TO TRUST i
I have JalleB.lfoGßEG9ll, boot-taau sue 4
Celebrated In that line -
Call my Mends ' ell you that Wt.
Leave your ma x ores—try ids skill.
The Episeepal Church that is ibout rite ,*
My place in' front exactly lies.; • .
Its known by many very well
By the title of- , -NORTH BEI/INCE! HOTEL
- Towanda, int. - 2d. 1868.--del • -
WOODEN FORCE- PUMP
..This is the most . effective and cheapest force
pomp manufactured. Sit took the lint piembus
at the Chewing County _Pair of
i 1867 and 'only
needs a trial to satisfy every one of • t' merits.
They are in gamnal us in Western Bradford,
sad of some hundreds pat in not one has tailed
to give sattsfenton. •
This pump may be wen .in operation at
the Reporter piloting taco, and at several other
places In Towanda.
Address GEO. DUNBAR, h.. Sou th Creek,
I's, mho is. Agent for Bradford and Chemung
moths. Maly 21,1868.3m*
MATlON,Whenreas, by an act of AMOS.
bly of the-Commonwealth of .Pannsylnale, en.
UMW - 's an set relating lathe eiections of this
Colnincearealth,* it hi eadoitied WPOilwe
public notices: Me election tof be bold. end,
alsothe ettnateration In each notice what *Man
Ira to teelented, f, WM. GRIFI/18, High Sher.
riff of the county Of Readhard, do befe. make
known and JO!e notice to•the electors of said
i tta l tall TUESDAY, the lath day at OCTO •
the sweat districts Ati laid county, to..
InAlba Bonangbi at the homiefornmely
py 4- D. PACeapp..' ' ; • -:
-DI Albany, at the achool hone. near. WUliant
In 14rmenib , at the horse of 'John B. Becker...
In Asylum, at the school house, near- Simeon
Athetorborri; at the home formerly coca
pied by .B. S. Mathewson. ' '
Inattkoas=terw.; at -forately-bcoa—
'PA 7 J. B, Atheneliorc.'„ •
• In arlington= bore, at the bonselorreely
.oocapied by Wit, Repel. -. • *-- ' • =
Burtos twp., at ; the 'house of James
In Borlington• Wadi- at the boozed Eara
Godard.: -• :
• 'ln Barclay at the School House:
Mt Canton bona', atithe Central House. •'•
. •In Canton twp., tat the bome formerly emu-
Pia 112' OZ Bwityers, is Canton-born'. . •
In Colombia; at.tbo bowie at Jeans, Morgan:
at the home nair sr : copied by 8.•
' GOratreille,itt the house of Beef. P. Taylor.
• - Ia Herrick, at the school house near Daniel
In Lellayvllle hero , at the • house"`formerty
emu led bf J. B: Fle tcher: f•f- ' •
In i.ita6oaW, as thettnase foraterlo•Man) c led
byCfranßlotidgood.' * - - •
IttLaßoy oaths Centre School '
' In Monroe tWp. It the hoitie.folottertf ocen
&dile R. R. RealrirelL '•' '— • '
. /In nroe boro', at the Muse formirlt Gee*
' pled y Ethel Taylor."' = • • •
In Orwell at the house of Francis Woodruff..
In Overton, at school boost No..f. - • •
In Pike at the house of 'haver Boeworth.
.-. • In Rolle tap.. MUM ;Academy is itomr hero:
hallow hotel, at the Academy. =
to Eitlitbc l 7 , :st f the home ot Zee). Hermann.
lq ShealFid at dn, at the.Valley•Honse.
In Olio' ' Mus house formerly occupied
'by Jesse Hammond. , • •
Standing* Stoner, at the house, of Simon
Sinithileld, at the honartfortnerly occupied
by.A.J. Geroul6. •, • •' ' - • .
. In Ighanbi bozo', la the !tense ofCorti = tier
In South" Creek, at,the bowie of J. V. Gillett.
•In Terry, at-the boole - of Jacob Pro teby.
In Towanda boro', at the Grand Jury Room.
In Towanda twp., at the home of T. R;Joi
don in Towanda boro'. I • . , , .
In Towanda North', at _' the house' of S. A.
In Tray twp . 1 , at the home of V. M. Lone fn
haTroy bore', at the house of V. M. Long.
In Tuscarora, at the FChoql house near James
Black's. • • ' •
In Ulster; at the house of S. B. Holcolm.
- In Wenn, at the house of R. Cooper.
In Windham, at the hoarse of B. Nnytendall.
In Wyalusing, at the home of .1. EL - Black•. fs
In Wilmot, at the house'or A J. Stone,
In Wysox, at the beam formerly occupied by
J. M. Reed. - ,*
• In Wello, at the house of 1.. Seeley. —
'At which time and place the etcetera Mare
said will elect by ballot. •
One persotr for Auditor General of the State
of Permylvania. •
One persoo for Surveyor General of the-State
One person to represent the 13th' Congres
sional' IGriatrit, - (composed of the connties;of
Bradford, • Wyoming, Sullivan, Moulton and
Col rambia,)in the Congress of the United States.
One o person to 'represent the Senatorial Dis
trict, (competed of the counties of Bradford,
Stimplehruma and Wyoming) ita the tienate-of
Two persons to rapresent the counties of
Bradfoed and Sullivan in the House 'Repre
mulattoes of Pennsylvania.
One person for Associate Jade: of Bradford
One person for Dish let Attorney of Bradleri
• One pawn for Commissioner of the county
of Bradford. • • .
I One person• for Auditor of the county of
One posison 'for Surveyor.of the county of,
And in and by said act, I am loather directed,
halite notice 'that any person excepting jus
tice of the peace who shall hold any office of
profit and trust under the government -of the
United Stater or this State, or of any Incorpor
ated district; and al o that everrtlember of
Congress and, of the Legiatature,and the select
add crmmon council of any-city or cot:omission-.
era of any incorporated district, is by law in
capable of holding' or exercising at the same
time the office' or appointment of Judge. In
spector or Clerk of an election of this Cova
monwealth , and that no Inspector or other offi
cer of any such election Mall be then elig.ble
to any omen then to be voted tor.
By the 4th section of an act passed the Ist
day of April, 1840.. it is provided "that the
14th section of an act passed Ally 2, 1803, eti•
titled 'An act relating to the elections of this
I Commonwealth,' ',' shall not be construed BO aa
to prevent stoysailitary officer from serving as'
Judde, Inspecthr or Clerk. at any genera, or
special election of, this Commonwealth.
An Act to change- the time of closing the
' polls at the General and'Township Elections In
the county of Bradford.
Samoa 1. Be it enacted by 'the Senate and
Rotise of Representatives of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met and
it is hereby enacted by the fauthority of the
mune That at all General, Special, and Town.
ship or Borough electfons hereafter held in the
county? of Bradford. the Pella shall be closed at
six o'clock an the afternoon instead of seven, as
I heretotore•provided by law. •
A further Sopplemsut to the Election Laws
.of Pennsylvania :
Wants:rag, By . , the act of the Congress of the
.United States, entitled "An Act to amend the
several acts heretofore passed to provide (or the
enrolling and calling out the National tomes,
and for other -purposes." and approved March
.third, ore thousand eight hundred andsktty
dve, ail persoos who have deserted the military
or ',naval service of the United States, and who
bare riot !Men dhcha rged. or relieved from the
penalty, or disability therein provided; are
deemed , ; P and taken. to have voluntarily relin
quished, and .forfeited their rights of citizen
-ship, and are depriVed of exercising-any rights
And whereas, Persons not citizens of the
United. States are not, under the Constitution
and laws of tfennsyivania, qualifled electors of
this Commonwealth :
secrlos 1. Bc it enacted by the Erode and
Ilouze of Representatives oj the Commonwealth
I of Pennsy , eanta in General Assiinbly met, and
'if is hereby enacted bythr author fly of the same,
That in all eiccalomi hereafter to be held in this
, Commonwealth,. it shall be unlawful for the
)edge or inspector of the election to receive any
ballot or ballots from any person or persons em
braced in the provisions, and autject to the.
'imposed by ?aid act of Congress ap
proved March 3, 1855, and it shall be nolawni
tor any such person to oSer to vote tiny ballot;
. Buoys:ix 2., That if any such judge and in
spectors of election or any one of , them shall
receive, or consent to receive, any such an law.
ful ballot or ballots, from any such disqualified
person, he; or they so offending, shall be guilty
of a misdemeanor, arid upon 'conviction thereof
in any court of qu arteri seas ons of-this Com
monwealth, he shall, for any such offrnce. be
,sentenced to pay a fine of not less than $lOO,
'and undergo an imprisonment, In theistl of the
proper county, for pat less than 60 days. '
SECTION 3. That if any person_ deprived of
citizenship, and disqualified Staforcsaid, shall
at any eleotioni hereafter V) be held in this
Commouirealthifvote or tender to the officers
thereof, and offer to vote a ballot, or ballots
any'peraon so °Rending, shall be deemed gm 14
of &misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof, in
any court of quarter sessions of this /Common
wealth, shall, for each' offencei . be Finished In
like manner as is, provided in the preceding sco
ot this act, In the case of officers of ekction re
calving such unlawful ballot or ballots.
Burnam 4. That if any terson shall hereafter
persuade, or ;Wylie any person, , or persons de.,
primed of citizenship, and disqualified as afore
said to offer any baUot or ballots, to the ale, rs
of any ekotion, hereafter to be held In this
Commonwealth, or ehall.perituade or advise any
Such officer to receive any ballot, or ballots,.
from any. person deprived of citizenship, and
disqnalifikd as aforesaid, such person so offend
ing shall'be guilty of a alsdemeanor,and non
conviction thereof, in any court of quarter sea
slons of this Commonwealth, shall bepunished
in like manner as is provided in the second sec
tion of this act;in.the case of officers of aneb
election, receiving such unlawful ballot, or
By an act of Assembly of March 30,1868, en
titled an Act regulating the mode of voting at
all elections, in the several counties of this Com
monstailth, it hi enacted-as follows.:
EXCrioX I. Be it enacted by the Senate a*d
House of RiFsstottalives of the Commounte/
'Penneyttoaneti in General derembiy met,
itis hereby enacted by the.author itY of the ,
That the qUaTifted voters of the several counts
of this Commonwealtb, st all general townsbi ,
borough,, and special -elections, are bereb
hereafter . authorized and required to vote b
ticketepfloted .or written, severally elseslll .
as follows: One ticket shall embrace the
of all fudges of court to be voted for, and to
tabled, outside, " judiciary :" one ticket alai
embrace the names of all state officers to
voted for and be labelled "state;" one tic •
shall embrace the names of ail county office
tOri intluding office of senator, member
and 'members of assembly, if voted fm, and
members of con, it voted for, and be
belled" Minty:" •one ticket shall embr..ce fhb
names of till township caters voted for, • an dd
be. labelled "township;" one ticket shall en*
brace the Cisme of all borough officers voted
for. and Mull ,be labelled "borough," airl
leach cLies shall be deposited in separate ballot
• 'The meeting - of the return Jodell for the Sen.
Modal Dlatrlet, will be held at t he
in the Berough of Towanda, on the seventh day
after the election, which will be on the loth .
day of October. •
The meeting of the return' judges judges tor this
Congressional District, will be held at theCoart
House: In the Borough of Tunkhansook, on the
seventh day after the election, which will be
held On the 20th day of October.
The meeting of return, judges for this Ropier.
Imitative District, w ill be held at !the Court
Hosse,lit Towanda, on the % : seventh day after
the election,which will be on tho 20th dsiy of
October; - •
meeting of Wars folepar be it toasty.
Bradford, will be at the °red ileums iu To.
toads, oa air uakd eirisflOs Ole dation(
which will be friday, the thtb day of Oct*,
at l'o'cleck, .
• mil, Orin!, EtbirttO
1868. .; _
g crrio _INBANICIOTPTOY : •
tore foticie, Matta the Uth of
Beptc. A: 18611.- sWamaals
was innedeashimi the aate of=
P. Hula, Of Wydraolfilti thicount7 of
Bradford, fad fitatecaretliania, who
les boa adjudgedlankention hie own pe. •
tithro; that **valiant drat _debts . and
. deilvay.,of =sway, belaglng to nob
7)Othropi, of.,for r hie ae.. end the
tranStcr otany Pal b 7 Ida are forbid.:
bi bat • that k madegef ea crediting -
'of the Mid lardnipt, to pea their debts,
and to choose one or or .4Aid of bib
beibabil et * Cdort of AWmptcy
to be holden at the Milne of the Water. hi •
__Team* I% an ED- • :
-WARD 0' :TaNi.• Boadster as the
14th dal' 44":9G79Watv: A. D I is% at, 9
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- - - taw District Penzallani, •
I : By L. B. Coanuma Deputy.
- QHERIFFS , SAII.—By virtue of
.t..; a writ of friar; lamed est of the Cowl
of Common Pleb of Bee4ford may , and to
meal:acted, th ere will be imposed to public, •
sale st theCoert - Home, b the Borough of To
wanes, on SASEIRDAY. OCTOBIIB 24,
AU o'clock P. m. the following describe d lot,
piece or parcel of ,
land State is Taw= tp
bounded nod described as bikers S Beginning
et,. beach by tbe Rolbabsok tend- the south- -
east Corner of Garrick: Cotter's lotthence -
'along the geld Rellembeek rad soft IV tweet
111 pre..io is Weeks amore of Mb* Madden
lot, Mende 135 lino. along said lieddia's south -
line tb a- port-Ahem south 111 pm. toe pod.
thence west 135 pre:.to theplane of b
Containing P 1 acres , and M. perehes e r=
ITioreor lees, with a small framed house th erm;
Weed and - takes in amities bib* loft of
Edward Overton vs.-Michael Collose.
ALSG—By'virtue of a writ of Tend. Espo; - , -- '
will be sold at tbe sold'. at the isms time and
'place, the following lot &arts pelmet of land . •
situate in Litchfield tp., banded sorb by land
of xi: Vandnzer; test by lands of said W. Taw •
'duser and J. J..Wseur, month tq Issas of Jae.
ifitrobble, westby lied of Wa. Bostwick. Con
t itting seventy sues more or lam, about four
scow improved, with 'an old teamed barn and .
Shed thereon. • .
ALSO—One other lot piece or parcel of land
situate, in Litchfield twp., bounded north by
n:rebore described lot of 70 sets; as the ems •
- Soutu sad.weet by Linda of .-
Containing 3i,acres, more or Imo, partly Imp,-
proved, with a framed 'dwelling house and
steam.saw. mill with . michisely and fixture.
belonging to same tincreon.
• -Seized and taken In mettles at the suit of
William Bostwick vs. B. 0.1 Bishop and S. I.
" WILLIAM GRIFFIS, sperm
Towanda, Oct. 1, 19686 - -
ORPHAN'S COURT ViALE.—By
virtue of an order hisued oat 'of the
Orphan's Court of Bradford County, the
undersigned administrators of the estate of
.Addison McKean, lateof - Bur li ngton Bo •
rough, deceased, will . exOse to public sale
on the premises in Burlington Borough, on .
WEDNESDAY, NOVEItHER 11, 1868, at .
2 o'clock, p. m., the following,' described
lot, piece or parcel of laid situate in Buz
lington Borough, bounded and described as . •
follows : Commencing at the northwestern
corner of the lot herein described. • Being
tot NO. 5 of . a plot of the entire land that
'the said Addison McKean died seized of,
from thence running north 30 deg. east 17
4-10 prs. to a corner; thence south 664 deg.
east 24 pre. to a corner; thence 56 deg. east
12 pre. to "a 'corner; thence south 37 deg.
east 60 pre. to a sorner;lthemce south 641
deg. west 0 G-10 prs., tots corner; thence
south 211 deg. east 8 prs. to a corner; thence
north 644 deg. - east 101.prs. to a corner; ;
thence south 51 deg. east 8 prs. to's corner;
"thence 644 deg. west 12 pis. to a corner ;
thence south 234-deg. east 17 1-10 prs. to a -
corner; thence north 644 deg. east 1 per. to
'a corner; thence south 20 deg. east 5 4-10
prs.-to a corner; thence south 62 deg. welt
2 8-10 prs. to a corner; thence south 25 deg
east 6 7-10 pre. to , a corner; thence south -
141 deg. east 8 3-11:lpra,Ito a corner; thence
south 62 deg. westl 7 ,4llo pis. to a corner;
thence south 931 deg: east 16prs. to a corn
er; thence south 67 dig. west 24 prs. to a
corner; thencesouth-744 deg. west 31 7-10
prs. to a corner; thence north 81 dpg. west
123 4-10pri. to a: coiner, and from thence'
north 501 deg. west 30 3-10 pre. to the
place of beginning.. Containing 36 acres.' — '
ALSO—One other piece or .parcel of land
situate in • bounded and des?
milled as follows: ' Beginning at the most
western corner of Alai land hereinafter des
cribed, from thence south 28 deg. east 28.
pm to a corner; thence north 364 deg. east
57 5-10 pre. to a corner; thence north 87
deg. east 30 4-10 pre. to a comer; thence
south 94 deg. east -171 pm. to a corner;
thence south 72 deg. west 6 5.10 pre: to a
corner; thence south 204 delmit 14 pm.
to a corner; thence south 63- . west b pre
to a corner; thence northl2}/i eg. west 46
pre. to a corner; thence south 694 deg.
west 7 prs. hi: a coiner; thence north 214
. deg. west, 2 8.10 rods to s corder; thence
south 57i deg. west 11 5-10 pre. to a corn
' erythence north 9 deg.` , west 16 prs. to a
corner; 'thence north 50Vdeo east 5 pre. to -
a corner; thence north 333doig. west 10' 8-10
prs. to a corner; thencesouth 551 deg. weal
6 pre. to a comer; thence north 37 deg. west
36 pre; to a corner; thezice _north 57 deg.
east 10 prs. to a corner; thence north 244
tieg. west 4 7-10 pm. to A corner; thence
north 63 deg. west 9 pm. to scorner; thence
south 55 deg: west 6 pre.-
.to a corner; thence
north 51.1 deg. weit_l4,3rts. to a corner;
thence north 174 'deg. twest 17 . , pm to a
corner; thence north 43t deg. west 16 prs.
to a corner, and from thence north 94 deg.
west 30 pre. to the place of beginning.—
Containing 50 acres and 144 perches, with
. a framed barn thereon:
TERMS-25040 - be paid by the purcha
ser for each lot at the time of sale; and i
at the confirmation of sale, Innis months
thereafter, the balance in one year from
h confirmation of sale.
B. H. .11LLL:
ELLEN P. iIcHEAN
Oct; 8, 1868
Notice. Is hereby given, that all persons
indebted to the estate of J, M. PRESTON.
dee'd, late of Smithfield, are -requested .to
make immediate payment, and th.ime havind
demands against said estate will present them
duly authenticated for sealeinent.
LYDIA R. FANNING,
ECUTOIVg NOTlCE.—NoticeE is hereby given that a. pamons indebted
to the eqate• of J. S. MITCHELL, late of
Smithfield deed are requested to make • im
mediate payment, and all hiving claims epos
said estate will present them duly authenticated
CHAS. B. BIGGS,
Sept. 8. 1868. Executors.
Notice le hetet.) , given that ail persons -
indebted to the estate of JOHN JONES, late
of ULSTER twp.,• deed., are requested to /
make immediate payment, and all pefsons hav
ing claims against. said estate, must. 'present
them duly authenticated for setgiiment.
QEO. P. CASH,
Oct s 18,1888
RAGS ! • RAGS II RAGS 111-7500
Tons good Paper Bags wattled, for 'which
the highest market price will be paid.
Aupso a SA - 11BER. -
Towanda, Oct.l 1863. "
kJ VALUABLE HOTEL PROPERTY FOB
SALE.--Sltnate In the badness part of Nabs
Street. Well established and doing a drat rate
balances. For. further
SULLlVAN, artrcalare empire of
D. U Proprietor.
Towanda, Oct. 1,1888 ..—tf.
QPRI N- G T,R A D•l3
S. N. BRONSON, OBWELL, PA.,
Offers to builders moat complete Mg
Builders Bardwue, Ruh, Ghat, Nails. Oils
Paints, Varnishes, Blinds, TrimmAge, -Butts.
Door Trimmings. he.
TIN ROOFS,' CONDUCTORS,
Gutters, put on by- experienced workmen and -
at Abe lowest rates. Thekeriag and- Jobbing.
-sapbollers, Sap he., Hewes Sewing
Maeld !es, none better. Universal Clothes.
Wringers, bestin use. Wheel Bakes and Com
bined Piaster Rower. iwortlgke attention of
the in'elligent tanner: 'Hub 'a Mowing Ma
chines, durable and desirable, 4or foot cut.
Tabies, chairs, bedsteads, spring bed bottoms,
and other -- , - •
Fanners will And „this Meson the -best quality
I Tin Pans,Milk and Strata Palls, and over"
description of - Tie. Ware.- - " Flour -sad Salt,
Claret and -Timothy Seed, Spinning Wheels,
Flax Wheels; Bede Wheel Suadl, Flyers.
Field:Bollera and P leater Sowers furnished to
order at lowest possible priest.
ALSO—Corn Sheller, Nasteing Machines,
B. N. BRONSON
Orwell, Feb. 20, len.
qTAGE PROPERTY FOR SALK-
L.P. 1 cinch, 1 &mast, sign.,
horses - , and harness for Ws cheap. Dolph*
of or Wow- W; 11:D.umurq, OrsisU, Ps