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LOCAL AND GENERAL
us. There is no , harm in one glass
of brandy—if eilc t he glass.
The'Conrt Room has been
thoroughly cleaned, and a new carpet put
down• r . -
pir The mations are at work on
- larxtres HAIL It ;ill probably be ready
for Occupancy in the ,bourse of a few weeks. ,
to- We are now prepared to exe
cute job-work of every variety on the short
est notice, anti in the neatest style._
09. Persona thinking of going
West' to purchaie hunk will find a valuable
property, near Greenwood, McHenry Co.,
M., advertised in another column. ,
Ite. The Wellsboro' Agitator ad•
•vertises seven applications for divorce.
People in Tiogii must believe in mtirrying
when they can, .and !venting at leisure,
The lawyers of Seianton have
donned a uniform, so that they may be dis
tinguished from their'ietbis.
as. Boston is soon to have a baby
shot'. We expect to have several of them
here this season.
..salr• Decoration Day was observed
in Troy on Brinday last. An Wrens was
delicerea by Capt. W. H. oAnnocnart.
M. 0001,8Aran, of Virysoi,
(t, has been appointed Assistant Assessor of
Internal Revenue for this District, vice O.
H.....:,removed. A good appointment.
agt. The Bradford Baptist, Asso
ciation will hold its annual session this Year
at Caldmi, commencing Wedneiday, June
9th. - .
pia- An exhibition will be given
in the M.E. Church,llyersbarg, on Friday
evening, Jane 4, for the benefit of the
£ Cucumbers have made their
appearance incur market, and are sold at
the very reasonable price of twenty_ cents
tet. Jos. POWELL & Co., of this
place, mg the only firm in the county who
report sales to the amount of $200,000 for
the past year. _ I
z There is not a single firm - in
Williamsport that reports to the Mercantile
Appraiser sales to the amount or
Tor the last year.
ser The first pie-sic • party of the
season came off at Barclay on Thursday
last, and was participated in by several of
t 6- The receipts at the fair held
last week, in aid of the Catholic Church,
were hawed! two and three thousand dol
The ladies of the Episcopal
Chnrch intend holding a Strawberry Pesti
-ral and Fair in MEACUIeS nominal week af
ter next, to aid in paying off the indebted
ness oT the parish.
gibs Mr. E. J. Oeurinu., of the firm
of Comrama 'Dammam, *overly, N.Y., is
flbont opening a new Boot and Shoe Store
iii the room formerly occupied by A. Herr
as a confectionery store, in Mercur's new
Stir The anniversary of the Pres
byterian Sabbath School will come off on
.Sunday, the 13th instant. In interesting
Fiore to all' connected with Sunday-schools
may be .expt.?.cted.
DrECAN $. MAGEE, son of the
late Hon. Join Mauro, of Watkins, N.Y.,
died in Germany on the Bth of May. Mr.
la= visited the old cowltin hopes to
regain his failing health. His remains were
brought to Watkins, and will be interred
there to-day. ~
M.. Ex-Mayor E. N. FRIE3BIE, of
Elmira, has just presented a splendid form-
tain.basin and jet to the college in that city.
Frasrac has lost none of his generous quali.
ties since leaving our town.
zet- Mr. H. E PITCEIER, one of the
oldest and most successful teachers in this
county, came from his home in Ulster on
Tuesday evening last, to unite with the Sons
of Temperance here, there being no organi
zation in that'place. Mr. P. has set a good
example to his brother teachers:
CM. A. A. K EENEY, Esq., the' new
County Superintendent of Common Schools,
was inducted into his office on Wednesday.
Mr. K. is every way qualified for the res
ponsible position, and will succeed in keep
ing up the high reputation of the schools
iu this connty.
Liar Rt. Rev. W. B. SEVENS, Biala.:
op of this Diocese, will visit this place next
month, when the rite of confirmation will
be administered, and Mr. F. W. Rurrtarr
will be ordain3d to the deaconate of the
Protestant Episcopal Church.
Zt J. W. Goorant, proprietor of
the . stone-quarry just above this place, has
a'contract for furnishing stone for the cells
of the Luzern County Jail. ' Mr. G. is get
tin; out some very fine stone, suitable for
walks and other purposes.
Topeka correspondent will
receiNe the•thanks of a large number of our
readers for his very interesting letter. We
are always glad to hear from therßradford
delegation nos; sojourning in Kansas.)
BOA' BEER.—Lovers of this Ile4 lthy
everage are referred to JOHN Dir.amErn'ti
Store, where they will find a gentine Root
Beer Fountain, and Ors .r always on hand
• ently to " dish it out." ' •
tS..As an old lady named O'ilzaor
a, dricing through the lower end of town
on tnesOay last, her horse became frighten
ed at the cars, and upset the wagon, break
log Mrs. Olannores left arm, and pthersise
injuring her. Dr. STEN - mcs set the broken
3E5— C:A.);Dos." is info6ed that his
cominunicitiou is declined, as . ire make it a
rule never to publish articles of a iferaonal
character. We do not suppose the. gantle
man referred to knew anything aboiut:the
publication of the item copied from the 'Ga
OLIVER BtiFFRIGTON, residing
Gwoon s ...ornsrs, Mega Co., N.Y.;
• committed suicide on Friday, 21st tilt., by
hanging himself to a rafter in his barn. Mr.
B. wa s a tevectable and, well-to-do fainter.
incurable bodily infirmity is supposial
to have driven him to the rash act. He was
,tbout '5O years of age. •
. Dee- Rev. B. CarrromEs will deliver
:1 di s,...ourae on the subject of Temperance,
is the Presbyterian Church of this place, on
Sunday evening next. Mr. C. has spent
much time in collecting statistics in "regard
to the consumption of intoxicating liquors
in thiq village, and we have no doubt will
be abletipreseht some jack on th4ubject
which will astonish those Who have new
the graves of 'soldiers, which vu observed
in this place on Sunday iast, was emanated
in a quiet and beooming manner. The oto; ,
ple in large number:assembled quietlYend
orderly at the Court Howie, wham . the*
were organizedinto apra
ed to the cemetery. On arriving at the est ,
trance to the cemetery grounds, thevreaths
and Bowers were distributed to a number b[
Sunday-school girls, by whom they were
placed over the monads which , . ark the
resting-places of the brave men viholie live"
I were given to save our rowitry.,Dering UPI
time occupied in this 'ceremony, the tad
throng who bed asfihrphle4 towlines. it re
=tined as quiet at though they were: lisiten
inito the most impressive faneral discourse:
At the conclusicui of this sigilar4iteremony,
the burial service of the 335. Qdurab was
read by_Bev. IL B. Fax; after which an ap
propriate' prayer was made by Bev. S. J.
Luau. . After singing a hymn by the con
gregation. Rev. F. D. Hoaxes delivered a
disoonne befitting the day and:orreasioti,
which was listened to with marked good &I
lion. • Nothing tramqdrcd,during the entire
services to mar the - solemnity of the occa
sion, or in any way to wound the feelings
of those who were bereft of friends in the
army during the rebellion.
in., of Owego, returns an income of about
$27,000 for leak year. .
- . -The fishing party, which left this place
for. Sullivan comity some two weeks since,
returned on Thursday ensuing last. They
!mod good luck until cold weather set in.
—Our lhte townsman, Dr. H. 0. Et; who
has been appointed to a position on the
Board of Health, New'York, has also been
selected by the proprietors of the St Nicho
las Hotel as physician for that pop ular
—W. H. ChiaErn; of New York, the'eele.
butted oyster dealer, was kilo's!' last week.
He was the guest of his relative, Deputy
Sheriff Vex FLEET.
--001033313 BII,TON and W. T. BD3HOP are
delegates from gorthern Lodge, LO. Of G.
T., to the State Convention, which meets
in Scranton next week.
—D. B. Baurlarr, formerly of the "Means
House," was in town last week, looking
much improved in health His appearance
is a good recommendation for the healing
qualities of the Poultney (Vt.) Springs,
where he is at present located. Poultney
is a pleasant summer resort, and only about
eighteen hours' ride from this place. Those
of our readers who desire to get away from
business for a short time during the ap
proaching " heated term," will tind Mr. B.'s
house a pleasant place to stay.
—Ex-Sheriff SPALDMG, of Athena, and his
daughter, Mrs. J. W. Mrx, of this place,
have gone on a western tour, to be absent
for several weeks.
—Bey. Wu. Munn, pastor of the Pres
byterian Chnich, is spending a few weeks
with his friends in Philadelphia and Prince
—Rev. J. L Rosszau, of the as. Pres
byterian Church, Wysox, is !attending the
General Assembly in New York.
the students in the Freshman class at the
lierujseker Polytechnic Institute at! Troy(
N.Y., we observe by the catalogue, is GaL
nem 211:ker&tuAlir., of this place. This in.:
stitutionis one of the oldest and best col
leges in the country, and is celebrated for
its thorbugh method of instruction and the
high character of its alumni, among whom
are some of the first men in every branch of
engineering and other scientific pursuits.
No one can gtaduate at Troy, without a
most thorough scientific education. The
course is entirely a practical and useful one,
and every graduate goes out with a profes
sion as well as an education. By discord
lng Latin and Greek more, time can be given
to mathematics, chemistry, civil, mining,
and mechanical engineering, and the French
Among, the first graduates in the year
1824, we notice the name of Dr. Gr.cinoz F.
HOUTON, of this county. Even at that early
day, the Institute was one of the best,. col
leges for instruction in chemistry and the
sciences, and the course having continued
to improve with the advancement of science,
it has been one of the best colleges in the
United States until the present time.
de' The following-named gentle
men are authorized to take subscriptions
for the REPOIITEII. We should be ,glad to
have an agent in every township in the
county, who would agree to furnish us local
items and receive , subscriptions for the pa
per. - Any persons wishing to act in that
capacity will address us on the subject :
M. Luther, Luther's Mills ; Chas. Hollon,
Liberty Corners ; J. 0. Dawes, Windham ;
R. C. Sinsabaugh, Athens ; G. W. Brink,
G. N. DeWolf, Leßaysville ; Peter Bilinroe,
Geo. Monroe, Sylvania ; J. W. Van Dyke,
Canton ; B. B. Geroulds, East Smithfield.
Persons in the several townships men
tioned .abOve, who desire to subscribe for
the REpours.a, are requested to' call on the
agent nearest them. On the first of July we
shall issue the paper in nn entirely new
dress, and hdpe to greatly increase our list
of subscribers. We especially ask all post
masters to interest themselves in this mat
ter, not only to .secure subscribers, but to
keep us posted in local matters coming un
der their notice, and thus aid us in adding
to .the usefulness of the ilzpoirrna, and
building up the Republican party.
Mir Mr. W. 11. PIIILLIPs, whose . ill
ness we noticed last week, died on Thurs
day in Elmira; at the age,of sixty-fivoyears.
He was a man of- great intelligence and
liberal views. Once active and energetic as
a politician in the old Whig party, where he
was a warm adherent of Henry Clay,'he has
of latesears taken little part in these mat
ters, though his interest in the cause of the
Union during the war was conspicuous, and
patriotic. He was a gentleman whose indi
viduality strongly impressed itself upon all
who knew him, and his personal traits great
ly endeared him to his circle of friends.
Imo. A little son of Mr. iff.at
of West aderidan, Conn, aged five
years, who is att t present visiting in the fami
ly Of Mr. EMT Mix, of this place, fell from
a tree in front of Mr. M.'s housepn Saturday
last, injuring him quite severely. When:
picked up the little fellow was entirely un
emulous, and remained so for several
hours. Re is out again, and it is hoped he
has recovered entirely from the effects of
aft. JOHN FtitOtlON and S. VANCO
vim, the ringleaders in the recent' attempt
to break jail in this place, have been taken
to Susquehanna county for safe keeping tin
tfl September -court, the County Oonunis
sioners deeming the jail of Bradford county
insecure. The jail here is not only fuse- .
cure, but it is disgraceful for a county of
the, wealth and iatelligence of ours to tole
rate such a miasmic. _
mar The people of Binghamton have
voted almost unanimously to raise a tax for
the purpose of purchasing the bridgee across,
the rivers at that place, and making them
G. W. Suits requests us to
send his paper to Troy'hereafter, but fails
to State where he bas been Trashing
wellave several subscribers answering to
theWame name on our list et 4,000
be* we are at a lou'to *ow Which4o;lo
change: : please gin as bisfor.
mar address ? ,s• . • '
'ttiltilOilk 4 hitthOruOglilititati go;
Orange finnifyi,rride? the control Kilo'
11 MA Bt aa-1611 . Teie 4 o B , ll ' iti hone at
greal - - 21 WW Egt;eatab4 la. i d i
markAhoi4be liii. ais stride, *a*
aid Poirees of esdurunie are as pat*: se
TO•Ortelt,ibes Xe.,sero; trot, .rridee:tbm
* Whiten • irttkett' ttidigni:_ , aii,whi.7 the
- Notrk,, .INIPA!to iffim!,;:fi! 140 1 4 1 trot is
1 14 iboyi49*__ . kadi - ciiakY Pal
gemeration. • Many one will-look at the his
tory of the- ifor*liiiintinfirea.
Olt ttuthi Dertarb Ids,tenthen; in the king
of the, turf irkthie etPriATOthel!vetieA. -. Ai
sieriloi of this bithie aktair eqii,44::imen
409, would int hl W inpsM,ioit, of view
more Wise than the.nervier, of nine-tenths
of the 'stock tones at :no pries at all. I
mud* the ertt. - et the Meeir berm are
a damage fin= wintry. " Some merit*:
rious " men sre'after littleceit, Mid often
prone= than , nothing 4or the cost. To
buy a ti#g worth four or five gaol t h e oust
iii - the coned - sitiniiiilobkt . _ : : - I — VerY few dol
lars sometimes oloseithe 'Vision, judgment,
and usulerstandhig: - , ' --, - . ~.
• There is.nothing more beautiful or use
ful to the embroil kingdom than t*majea
.tio Amerkian nurse. '- Why not:. be as wise
in the orating= of the horse, as you would
be in the erativation of your farm ? All the
Raub-Mike aro mobwt out, and all trees,
vegetables, seeds. Ike., of. true -merit 7"
euitiVete- le it 41 44 te 1 ; 1 ,04 tide out* .
of Ours with the most
.beautiful dock, fields
nicely arranged' with 'the highest state of
oultiiri, the grounds around our quiet homes
orizemenhA; with the most beautiful Sow
ers ? Some men do hot get above a bill of
potatoes. The cultivation of the potato is
all right; to go no farther "hi a law order."
Some men are so sin& theYdisgraoe the very
noble steeds they own. A man can own
some of the blessfags in this lower world,
and be a pure-minded man.-
A LOT= or JILL TEAT 18 GOOD.
312.•Enrroa : Thinking that a brief des
ciiption of what maybe seen on the longest
mountain range in our oohnty might be in
terestlngto numy of your readers, I venture
to pen srortguitliChnirthe-pbnurani
of seeing a nhort,time since. .
'Curiosity, and ;the specklettfellows of the
.mountain streams, caused our wandering
desire to lead us to the height of Long
(South) Mountain, which lies at the right
of Towanda . Creek. As the top was neared,
we cast a glance' behind, when we beheld
Mount Pisgah, the hills of Wells, Smith
field, - and Sheshequin, and the Armenia,
looming up in the distance. Nearly all of
Nest= Bradford was spread out like a
nap before ortr i gaze, 'reminding us of :what
a Dutch lawyer said at a Teachers' Associa
tion in Clinton county—"lf you want .to •
understand geography you must travel and
not waste time by studying an atlas." There
is a small cave in the rocks on the bank of
the northern outlet of Cranberry marsh.
The Indiana made an excavation in its rocky
floor, which served as a mortar for flouring
.the corn which they producetronthe fertile
fiats of the Towanda Creek. A man by the
name of Hams lived a . considerable tim
in this cave. while making the clearing that
we saw on the mountain-top. Hs attempt
ed to drain Cranber4 marsh, but made a
failure; as he found it would require much
more labor than he at first supposed. The
marsh is more than a mile in -length, and
about a half-mile in breadth. It is sur
rounded by a dense growth of laurel and
hemlock. We saw many a hemlock lour
feet in dianieter,, and a few that exceeded
-five. They are short and mossy, looking
'like the . " butt end of hard times " knotted
up to a point. As we stepped upon the ,
marsh, we disecivered that ourleet were on
a shaky foundation, for the mossy bed shook
in every t direction, This marsh is a lake
covered with moss to the depth of several
feet. Cranhfirries -in abundance may be
seen lying on the 'moss. ' Here and there
the huckleberry is commencing to take root.
At every step the water covered our feet as
we proceeded across from the northern to
the southern outlet, while our knees caused
the mind to revert to our boyhood days
when . weitrod hay in • the mow. Early set
tlers say that they remember when the moss
covered only a part of the lake. We follow
ed the southern- outlet among the largest
laurel that we ever crawled 'through, the
bodies of some being six inches in diameter.
Alwe neared the little Schrader search wan
made for fish-poles, but they were not found
Until we broke through the dense thicket a
quarter of it. Mile from the stream. When
all were ready the lines were thrown, but
the water was too high ; so we were obliged
to be satisfied with a very few trout and
more or less nibbles. A mile from the mouth
of Cranberry Run we encountered Sunfish
Bun, which we traced to its source—Sun
fish pond. Heavy masses of conglomerate
boulders lie all along this run. A few rods
south of the pond a hemlock tree has been
uprooted, thereby exposing coal to view.
Sunfish pond is 7 perhaps, two miles east
from Cranberry marsh. This, too, is sur-
rounded by latirel, but of the large-leaf kind.
It is about a half-mile in length by a fourth
in breadth. Its bed is composed of con
glomerate rock. The water is clear, deep
at the centeic and contains many sunfish.
A small boat'is in readiness for those who
wish to glide over its beautiful surface.
Long pond lies two miles farther east, being
more than a mile in length, but only a
feW rods in width.
Lest, patience become wearied, we cut
short until some Suture time
Lfgor, May 29, 1869
(limp MsETD:G.—The Troy District
camp meeting is appointed to commence
Wednesday, June 23, at 3 o'clock p.m., to
continue about one week, in Mainsbmg,
three miles east of Mansfield depot, and
thirteen Miles west of Trey. Accommoda
tions for board will be furnished on the
ground to those preferring to hire. Mr.
Sam, the owner of the ground, and, others,
will furnish horse-keeping—hay, eau, kc.
Attendants at the meeting are earnestly re
quested to provide themselves with tents,
and to come early. Board, tests at a' rea 7
amiable rent will bo famished to those pre
ferring them, # early notice is given to Rev.
S. (1. Itialmykurir, Mainsburg, Tioga Co.,
Pa. - But our idvice is that families make
their own tents of heavy factory cloth. Cut
it-into lengths of five or seven and a-half
yards, and sew together at horde for such
size of tent as may be 'desired. When the
meeting is over,the cloth can be, used at
home, and scarcelyany expense be incur
red for tent accommodations on the ground.
And it is believed Such tents,as a rule, will
,shed rain better thturthose IMilt of boards,
By doubling the cover, drawing beat tide:le
-1 Leases together over the ridge but raising
the outer covering about a- foot at the lower
edge, the air circulates - between and the.
rain will not beat through. Domestic sheets
can be hung at the ends of the tent, and far
partitions ; and boards can be obtained. on
the ground . for floors, to board the sides
three: or four . feet high, . td, if desired.
Those familiar with army lents...will appre
elate' ouradvice. For a tenfeleven feat by
fifteen feet, one thickness, atone-half pitch,
tweittpfive yards are sufficient;; for a tent
sixteen feet by twenty-foor feet, ilftyeix
yards ; and either size , maybe enlarged
readily by adding strips for covering.
Eriporuaged by-the respect for good order
and the. real interests of the , camp meeting
last year,,we are laboring hopelkilly fermi=
better success this year- , `Now it remains
for the people to say whether this meeting
shale well sustained. by their presence,
and trieveryway: • Ills lipped all concerned
exinorny aintsonvenienie ex•
poadipfiea,and k eep . tha AIM 400 real 014
eof the i1ic#024)".146
ixtt to win _ souls to : : •
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t.ll.o.—Plorma B. Loci&
Prom Pi roPealsntithe qte ,
Midas. and L. T. Louie, Yioagi► `_ '
The meeting .we well Wooled.
Lc l lie reSsixev*,
,Rowignsif AT TOOL—On spiel
earthman recently. a patty. cif &make
dies have entered the ems of = the No
Central Road at Troy, s,; and insoll
abused the passengese in a very mm
ing man: On Saturday math,
Visited both the train noosing to and
from this city c end on- en& mask
were pretty roughly handled by thee
men and pessengue, Conductor_ i of
the down trein - detaining itnntil himiW and
men had administered a soundla g to
enteral of th e villians. • - _
Troy is getting a boa name by Ira
anent sots-of violnee , that boys' -
there neatV, and it is ,, time pram t men
sures Were Wm to purge the feim of such
nuisances. We metope/ blown that Su
perintendent Sonar, of this city, * the
names of the offenders, end will -110nPtl,
call.them to account.-;-.4afra Ad.
conduct is dbmontinued.
so. We never advise any o e to
emote: In fsotOrs wish - there were no
smokers in the country ; b6t, **smile peo
ple will smoke regss4hsts of "our • Oki°
and savior., we will advise Ahem tol buy of
Was, if they Want a Moe Sign. '
ie._ CLONNKY & AMERY,' • I
serve, have a fine assortnicad of
hats of the latest styes'.'here is n
thit they sell their goods at a living
and yet they seem to offer better
:nerds to purchasers than any .o
lislanent in the eotmty. We sn .
are enabled to do so; frorkthe fact
deal exclusively in one line of :
sell for cash.
War The Methodist congre
will use the Court House for divine
till their church is St for use. Be
101 o'clock a.m. and 7# d'clook p.m.
The Court House is being tho
- renovated and carpeted anew.
Our prayevineetings will be hold
Grand Jury Boom Thursday eve
71 C. S.
new Fruit Jar at wholesale, and
ea low figures as any city dealer.
LOST. —lit this borough, pr
on Elver Street. a Black Crocheted
Shawl. The finder,will be rewarded
lag it at this office. ,J -
Alt the faimere will einem
bar that the Buckeye Mower and Reaper is
the beat in use, and that they are to be
found at S. N. ASPINWALL'S Hardware Store.
Those in want of e machine will do well to
call early, as he can only get a limit ,d num
ber this season.
iliB" Rev. M. A. FAIRCHILD is
a good work Hell yet doing bnsif
the -American Tract Society,, gni
schools and famillearadth the choler'
attire of the age. W 6 recommend
the confidence of the public.
DALTON—DUNN—On the 17th
• SS. Peter and Paul's Church, in
by Rev. Father Brady, James 'Dt
Elmira, to Retie Dmm, of Towai
BLACKILIN —GILLETT—AA the ri
of the bride's parents, May 26th,
W. H. Gavitt, Frank Blackmai
Rochelle, 00e Co., Illinois, to
Gillett of Sheshequin, Brad. C0., -
TRACY—WOOD—In 'Smithileld E lay 26,
by Elder, Lucius Ames, - Mr. Belden
Tracy and lira.' 0, A. Wood, all ; Smith
COLE—OWEN--In Wysox, May b, by
Rev. H.J. Crane, Mr. Clarence . Cole
of Lock Vaven and Miss Hattie . Owen
NEWEL—BARNES—May ht, -by
J. Crane, Mr. Charles Newel of
Pa. andbfiss Anna E. games of
Warren Co. N. 3.
the Ist of Jane, by Rev.
strong of Monroeton, Mr. Calvin
of Stroudsburg, Monroe Co. Pa.,,,
Emily -R. Horton of Tarrytown.
at the residence of the bride's b
Ray. N. Riley of Masonville N.
Job Griftlin to Miss Martha .1
daughter of •Prof. E. P. Allen,
DEXTER—:BOBERTi—At the real
Elder Nixon, in Warren, May
Rev. W. F. Nixon, Mr. Almon C.
orTaticarora, fo Miss Anna N.
of Pike, Bradford Co.,
` Optcial - - Nowa,.
J Nonce.—Notice is here
en to the 'citizens and property o ,
Towanda Borough, that omen •.!
the Streets and Alleys of the ; •
proposed' location of all streets •
has been prepared under the
the Town equneil. They are hilt r,
at the office of Win. Morgan, in .
Block, within five Wm._
their objections, if any they ha*.
same. After which time said
alleys will lie" ordained as said
deems best forihe interest of said
, , G. D. Mo
Towanda, June 1, 1869. •
Lima's Hem 'Nog, For r
Gray Hair to , its natural Vitality •
A dressing which is at once of
healthy, and effectual for preen
hair. Faded or gray hair is reek
original odor with the gloss cmdfre
youth. Thin hair is thickened, th l igs
checked, and baldness o ft en, th not
always; cured by its use. Not can re
store theludr where the follicles , a re 'Warn
ed, or the glands atrophied and decayed.
Bat such as remain can be sired for useful
ness by this application. Instead of fouling
the hair with a pasty sediment, it will keep
it clean and vigorous Its mesa onal use
will prevent the hair from tundl i gray or
falling off, and consequently pray bald-
ness. Free from those deletasions substan
ces which make some preParatio danger.
ous and injurious to the hair, the •• can
only benifit but 'not ham it.
merely, • for a hair drag, no • • else
can be file4d so &arable. Con • nei
ther oil nor' dye, it door sot soil w them
brio yet lastslong aetherhair, •• •: it
a - rich glutei' lustre and grateftd • • a
Prepare& by Dr. J. O. Ayer 1 0 .. Frac
tical sad Analytical Chemists, Low •11,11405.
Boa by Dr. H. C e Porter 'Fenian - . k :ell
Druggite A Dealers in meal , • .every
where. - Nor. 26, 1b60,y
Fair NAinzt Tmz. Justice
Peace, in office Irak W'Overton I
fag the Court Ho and over Pe •
To THM uov las' Of Flow
X l 7 *Waft Ipy customers for
liberal patronage_ dudes the
have much satimwqm in
1 ' ~~-
and others too numerous to men
either for house or garden eul
now ready a large supply dimly
Tomatoes, Pepper "Egg plants,
most Willis* lie mom ' '
mittance or responsible •
?..,,„.4.3..-;:- :_, _ _,...... .
COLOALi AT A. , , 0 _ ur nulds
Lot o n - •1441thint.,,WISI, 4`-,
,i)._igouev,:•'l.l•' •-•:' - ,..T. ri - ; . : .'",
~ ,114.07 lei i tsa , -.4 'f‘•;', ,, , , -,4 ~,,::: ~, ~.,,_. 1,
--- . , , 11„„k_
.iialiathor otsliVi t adl ast oar logo
zeivimillet444.* Aramath•cdl; :
oir-o ,- • ,
)ai; ---- iiii - ,iiiiii;iti
* 0 . 4 to
___p il yquis
....„ . 118. mittiglotreci=-0: exec
oviu■Dur , -- b ' iNu a r hid= tmt. • ,
40.16;a401 02/ a llea " • Sic
.13 8 . at
ton ra, of
• 1 •on
I Y. Mr.
. ence of
on o gs f
.• g them
• • Also
• , • .-- . .
• iii - Afr.lffsit - hogileni4ib Ore 4
, thanksi. for thelay liberal intro;
Inge heretofore intended to,him;anit to.
form his triendt-nnd the in44)-_ imn
ProtorOl to' -
familia orfolk pa l ws with imything in line
of /oa.4lteam, - . Conteetions or-swest: mats
on test dant Oise.' ,Store, .No. 9 Mani
Block. :•• 4 : - April 21.
, .• •-• • -
SPlClALHaticz.—David ' Hinton.
L ather ofiTaniat HiPannsjim nton, LW Pinto Och
111th ada a,
Robert Graham. Athos, of William ` Am.
ham, tote priirato Co. If, 84th 'Mgt.
an ?minuted - to,oall - at, H. B. Moraines
Oldoe. - Towanda, 'Pap., for` important Igor.
motion. - - May 27
IList Of th e names ; of : person
drawn tabs Traverse Jurors in an adjourn
ed Conti of Common Plass: to be held on
the third MONDAY of JUNE, 11180, at one
o'clonk, .p an. . - - - •
Silas N. Barnes, Nome tWp. ; lamb Met
tenstine, Overton ; Gavin Urftan,
Nam M. Eames, Smithfield_ ; Allen Bonier,.
Granville ; Joel Campton; Litehliebl : Sam
na! Fitzwater, Oat= twp.__„• Thou. Melba.'
bon a itheshequin ; John Tornli= g t
mania ; Lantana W. Kendall, ,
twp. I- William Westbrook. ;
Benjamin Denton, Smithfield ; Flab,
.ftathe ; Edward Walker, Ulster; awls
topher. Piath nal:Min,. J. Stanton Clark,
Smithfield ; .Jeoobl A. Weller, Athegs twp. ;
John. Wolfe. Troy twp ; Albert, Tozer, Ath
ens twit. ; Abner DoV, ()anion boro ;
isl N. Lawrence, Wells; Lemuel Sherman,
Litchfield ; Elihn B. Case, Troy twp, ; &
A. Chamberlin, WsAndrew M.K. West,
Leßoy; Wilsey Windham; Isaac
Smalley, Towanda ) ; G. Darius Man
tap- Canton 'Prank Dailey, Spring.
field ; Philander Holcomb, Ulster ; Allen
Conklin, W ; Goo. Birney, Ulster ; B.
B. Phelps, born; Dolson J. Man.
ley, Alba ; James W. VanAuk_ In, Terry ;
Miner T. Porter, Granville..
se. Trial List for June Term (ad
jotirned Court), 1869: . '
Decker et al vs Long et al. lssu e.
Min : os vs Polloek's heirs,_..Ejeet
8 vs Storrs. et al • .. Trespass
' —1 vs VanDerpool Replevin
Gibson vs Gibson Case
Walls vs Shepard Teel pass
Miller vi Tanner
Patterson vs Griffis et al
Krim vs Brains
Sackett vv Spencer et al
Ridgbnry twp vs Gardner &0...
McNeal vs Smith.
Bliirea vs 8a11...
Manley vs Griswold. Appeal
Howard Express Co vs Braine g.v.t...Att Ex
McQueen use vs Estate . ' Bei Fa
Passage vs Martin's admrs • Cas'e
Pike et 01 vs Stnith.et at . tat
Do vs doEject
Coppinger &a vs Welles
Ist N Bank 'Pittston vs Welles, Friable
Dawes vs Welles. Friable & Co Debt
Landon vs Welles, Frisbis lb Co. ....Debt
F Davisjr/c Cove Coon &Pomeroy ...Debt
Ist K Bank of Mauch Chunk vs Welles,
Frisbie - it Co ' Debt
Wasidngton tap ra Smithfield twp.. Appeal
Subpo9naa returnable on Monday at 10
a.m., June 21 1879. .
• W. A. Thomas,. Prot.
g. The next Session of the •Brad
ford Odunty Teachers. Association is to be
held at Orwell on the 11th and 12th of June.
Lecturer—Hon. Ilso. Lassos ; Essayist—
ADA Palmas : Declaimers—E. A. MOLE,
E. J. Garozsr ; Business tom.—O. elms
sum, H. CHAVPISN Jr., E. M. Fines, AbA.
Raucous, Orzerim. Paysoft ; Rnfomologist
Dr. Mum • A. T. Dusan, Sea
0 - i --
Tile BASE BEMNING AMERICAN icOOK
ING thorx.-11EMIE lareaorimmers A 26 Two
moss Perzirre.—After a long series of expe
riments, waters added the Base Burning
principle to this already world-renowned
Btore,ebt means ot hot - air chambers in
front and rear of the of the fire-box, and a
regulator at; the pipe collar. With this im
provement we accomplish the following re
Ist. 'A doel fire can be kept all winter by
replenishing the fire twice every twenty-four
2d. A continuous fire cianbe kept through
the winter with the consumption of less
than 20 lbs. of coal in 24 hours, and the
oven kept in baking order a large portion of
3d. The coal will be thoroughly con
sumed without the wihal amount of cinders
and clinkers, and the annoyance of dump
ing the grate every morning to make a fresh
fire, avoided. -
. Ith. For ek wood, are, with two moderate
sized sticks of dry wood, a are, can be kept
from 15 to 18 hours without any trouble.
This will be found the grbatest improve
ment yet made in Cooking Stoves. It'llas
all the advantages of a self-feeder with much
greater economy of fuel, and Without its in
conveniences.. It is folly secured by letters
patent. Manufactured by
• SILVA PACIARD & CO.,
17 and 19 Green
• Albany, N. Y.
For sale by COnnING, ItITISILL, Ac., To
wanda, Pa. April 97, '69.
TOWANDA• M — Aft
(Ws oursate Parma
Corrected every Wednesday by O. B. •
subject to changes day
Butter (Boils) .
Eggs do (Dairy).
8 00 VT 00
• 50 300
WEIGHTS or Gaant.—Wheat, 60 lbs. ;
Corn 56 lbs ; Bye, 56 lbs ; Oats. 32 lbs ;
Barley, 46 lbs ; Buckwheat; 48 lbs ; Beaus,
62 lbs ; Bran 20 lbs ; Clover Seed, 60 lbs ;
Timothy Seed, 44 lbs ; Dried peaches, 33
lbs ; DriedApplai, 22 lbs ; Flax Eleed,s6 lbs.
Tuts Tents.—The following is the
Time Table of the Pennayrvards and New
York Canal and Rail Road Company, whkli
took &eat on Monday, April 26, 1869
.); !ovum= •
1.M., P. M. -
WAvauti f i. sas' las 810
Ainexem . '
...6:50 1:30 * *8:55
.7:03 143 - 9.08
UL4TZ 1:58 923
TOWANDA... • 7.40 2:20 9.45
- ' M. P. M. -P.M.
WWI= 810 12:45 .520
!aware 1225 - 5.00
MILAN .7:37 ' 12:12 447
- . 4:32
Town= —7:00 11:30 • 4:10.
JOHN P..00E, lisporbitedid.
NTICE.—The subscriber being
- been out dukes all periods In
debted to him to make Immediate payment , as
he ia In need of toner. He larl3l be compelled
ta make costa If those indebted do not pay Op.
•-• • ANDREW f3EBBIgt
Townidt; day 18,1469 - .4t
fIONOENTRATED INK AND POT.
salt at 4 0; B. PATCH%
- May 10. • . •
• AA STOCK OF `TOBACCOS THAT
.11a1 cant be best le cant" of per, at
MAY 20- , -C,B 242113 W&
von BALL—The ingssetiberoffers
tar see all his real estate Is thW heron%
consisting -Of a Dwelling Rom ead Let and
Ormery Storm oa the North aide of tallest
sweet, mid tea vacant lots on the* South Me of
wild street, together with material eaaegb for
the construe** of three homes. The property
will litoold al a harruma'
' T D, W, MHZ&
„let Ai' , et.
Godditig-aitstloll4'''-e i o;
• • - • _ •••
N 0.1211 tusilleOflr. irtolif,
TCIVILILNDA O PA.'
.zt' .- Dsumurtig-
FELLOW., :SEAT liAcE9;
TOP LS4THER, DABB LILLTHER,
ENAMELLED CL9Tg, SPRINGS I ,AXLES.
PIMBOXES, CIRCLES. BOLTS,
•pYILe., . 1 . 1 . 1 4 1 ;/: YE,EBI
At dadding, Russell & Co 4.
MACHINE OIL, ROPE,
CORN SHELLERS, FEED CUTTER&
CHURN POWERS, rt.oWN
AND ALL FARMING TOOLS.
At Codling, Russell 4 Go's:
B UILDERS MATE RIALS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
C. ME AND•dEItiENT, by the barrel,
And COOPER'S TOOLS,
DIIPONTnS.P . L OWDER;
AMES' SHOVELS, PICKS:AND
FISHING TACKLE and HOOKS
x. . 2
Xto ~:. ,
• E. c
2$ xr a 1
. . W - 1
0 , .4 ea A lir
.. &a & z o 8
co -" e. .g 0. I
a . .
.0 at - • g 1 1
-a , 4 Li 4 1 1
. 4 2 a
•_9. - i
E. , '
DOTY'S WASHING MACHINE
Universal ClotheB• Wringer
EIXC EILEIOR BENCH 'WRINGER.
SILVER PLATED WARE,
GUNS AND PISTOLS
At Codding, kussell & Co.'s.
hti aAI 1 :5 • fidl g
g; 7 '
4 1, t
t PI 4 5 .
a gq .
4 Bti f t I
a to en E 4 ID 8
Zi s " 1g44 °-
e ! ANPintidr. ORIN
SCYTHES, 'HERO Faurr juts,
- StOY:ES, itc;
will MA dads
In large stock. Including
Tho largest Stock of
In Towanda. 1
WS 416 w
-NAILS, - `,:GLASS,
Agent' for Bilis flows,
„ - BIU)Er A . f
. , . .
:',..''.•;:::.'- , . ; i".,4' . ;47:A. , ,1.; - : 4,:l4Ti' ,', , r - i.;,.., -.- :,:'. v .- '. ' ...
T OW AN DA, P
Sup oondlatiy *l6lO the most complete
amortmeat of l •
BOOTS' AND . sHaEs,
- .V•, , -- , .: . .i •,",-,,T
1 , SHOE
All of which Will be sold upon the
MOST REASONABLE TERMS
The reptitatioli of
" Eitmphrey's . Boots"
Is so well established that we Consider it an
necelaary to Nay anything about thank:
May 12, 1869
H&VE •JOST RECEIVED - A .LARGE STOCK
Spring and Summer Goodi,
Which Olefin - 10 not offering Cheap for cash
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS & CAPS,
. • , , -..
- . . S§ WARE_
- - 1 - I
Please till and kxrce oat. - stock befoti
purcloeng el eeerbere -'
• • 'MACY .2, 110 . 03 F.. -
To wseds , April 38,1868., . , .
'PEW MOST CONVENIENT PLACE
J. In pun tb get a , ,
C+ 0 0 ID A.
Two doors Booth - it the NatlOnat.itank.
O. B. ,ALVORD baring purebred the &bee
well tat eatabllshmwat;la now prepared to
Walt 11Pw all who =yaw hlatarfte a all.
He aro keep. a full auppl a rot
Whick be is preptiett to mall deep.
ToiNids, WU, VAL; ;
Illy I'l l
Toni tifoiiitata • am now
to fond* all classes wi th conduit ampU
et their bow* the whole of the thae, or sr the
ware moments. Butner new, light enema
table. Fifty owlets per -tneeleg.le easily
earned bp-persona of either sex, and the boys
sad &le new oesrly as, moth es men. Great
inati are - oed at* who will deft.'
tMir irbole - theelo••the boalateil lat4;thit
_everypermat who seeitldw kolleOwaslaselluie
their address sea -tag the besteserfetothes.-
slim, I nalwthe
_ups:WM dal t
To all who are sot well Whilst with the bael
=via:seal to wawa* Irma& of
nog hew fliseplismothriesil fetlikoseiWi-
Allirees , - 16:"TAtt 1L414L111111,..
Key 19, DOW A : Amok /N.'
illAt l . ::-OAt',.1 . li*J . R STORE !
._ Y., I, .'..lff: ' 7', . ",..• : , -.1 - :;...`,.? 7 . I.), - 1
Thinndereignethara °mai a Storelon the
oath Me of, nerenei new block,
Which we will cell at the lowest pcnalble Priem
4 reapeotially solicit . aluo:e of ilto pair:Rage
of thepobkc.' • • -
• , G 0: "
•N•E W -JEWELRY, ••
G 0-1 D .A. T.Oll E S;
• ILT WARNER'?.
ELGIN WA.t.CHES, '
• <AT wspElo4 - 4
_ ia r ,
WA L H A-1J •w A Tc_zg,
FINE- 0 - o LD ,JEWELRY,
AT WARNER'S.- •
ALL KINDS OF - CLOCKS,
• • AT. WARNER'S.' • -
Spectaeles;and lots of things too numerous to .
Mentiln, at WARNER'S.
Call andiee him. you will Bare went y per cent.
, in your prelims.
w Watches, ' Clocks and Jewelry cepalied,
and Warrakted. Patton's Block. . •
• A. M. WARNER.
Towanda; Dec.l, 1868. -
WHIPS,- dm, &al
Is at the
•- " .
; arcs ; 110111,14, •
' \'' . 7: ' 17 : -. i' ' : 1 0!) 4 4
\ ./- \ c2t.
)There they !Iliad to 'keri a fillittifik of
- - 1' • .
Pati pLE AND seesoitsste
- floctsi ciikelatliss of
. - •
HAIS, CAPS, PURS,
',I I ItAVEgiPTq,IIA43O.,
UgBE LLAs,- °AREA GLOVES,
• striVALO-and WOLF - * Ars;
Hata Med Wilt the American Conformatero
Towodx, Oct. 5.t368.
NATIONAL: LIFE INSI4tANCE
CO. OF U. S. 2.
CA SI CAPITAL, 81,1 00,000-PAID . 1 ; N FELL
Chs~tcred by COngtei3,l46B
CLARENCE H.- CLARK,'Preaident ;
JAY COOKE, Chairue.ii Finance and Er. Corn ;
HENRY D. COOKE, Vice Freaident ; -
EMERSON W. PEET, Secretary and Actuary.
The advantages of thellittional Lite Insarane
Company are': .
1. It Is a National Co.: chartered by Congress ;
2, It has 'a paid up Capitol of Ono Xillion Dol
Jere • •
3. It offers low rates of premiums ;
1. It furnishes larger irusurance.than other Com •
ponies, for the same money.; • • ••
5. It is definite and certain ;•
6. There is no possibility of - misrepresentation
1 . - by agents, or misunderstanding by policy
7. The policies are Plain contracts, so mach in
, sursice for so mach money ;
8. AU policies are non-forfeiting ; •
9. The policies ire exempt; froth attachment.
E. W. CLARE. 4 CO., Bankers, Philadelphia,
B. S. 11U6SELL, •1f auger.
WAgenta fp. Towanda and yinialty
Ja9 A: G. iIASOH; NATHAN TIDD
T V.- DOOLITTLE,-PRAC Ti
e" o, C...1/....1E1VELER....-Would inform the
people ofaradfOrd and :surrounding Counties,
that he has opened a new Jewelry Store in Can..
ton: Where will be found 'constantly on hand,
a nicely selected stock of goods in his line,
consisting of Ladles and Gents Gold and Sil•
yes Watches, of American. Eng'ish end Swiss
manufacture, Clocks; Jewelrz,Gold Pens, and
all the articles usually' tadt In a firs t
Jewelry Store- All goods sold as reasonable'
as In any cf the astounding cities, and- war
ranted as represented. Repshing and jobbing
done on short notice, and on the most favorable
terms. A liberal shP.ro:Of patronage r,espect
'ray Street, Oaton Ps., Kay 13;419..
A . VALUABLE i AIRY FARM
J , PM FOR' SALF..--Tbe subscribers offer for
sale their fine Dairy Farm. situated two miles
east of Greenwood, McHenry Co., Illinois.—
Said Farm contains tbree,hundred and twenty
acres choice land,. described u follows: 160
acres choice !twirled, 100 acres medoir, and
81 acme under the plow: Good dwelling house
and outbuildings, large cattle barn 3Cx6O and
goodlOrse barn. .. . The finest living spin ,in
ibe ; country !minim through 'a com modious'.
springform. Is capable of keeping 7& cows;
and is only 1* miles from -Abbott's Churn Fa&
tory; ' Terms one ball cub. balance in easy
payments a“I per cent.. interest.llelerences,
H. Gerould. G r eenwood, e. licHenry'
McHenry county, 111, or F. B. Ayer', bugle.
. F. 8: ATM
_ Y. El. LYRE.
Nay 8, 1869.-U
114CUTION.Tois is to .warn- All
111 persons from buying a certain note last in
the month of April, 1860. Said note was a
blankrnot, entirely filled out, not being dated,
Deis her any nmne 'that:lllm payable to, but
.mantly , a lank note containing the written
words,. 'one year,". "aine.hundred," and on the
• leftlind corner the figures -E1900,"
by G. D.Gregory, and under signed by
Ralph Gregory. Said note _nu neter given to
any on - vu any Value .ever-received
for it; and if found br saiano•will /11°91. paid
by ma unless compelled by ion- • _
• • G.D. GREGORY.
Lem te, Kay 12,188&-3t• • - •
(lAIIIIOI4 .—Wheress my wife MA
NJ TILDA boa left my led - aria : bond without
last cause or prom:Mod, I hereby' forbid all
persons harbo.int or tasting her on my so'
moat ea I will pay no debts or bar contraction.
Baum, Hay 13,1969. •
.a.; of the finest farming Land, 'situated in the
County of Los Angeles, Can tors's,: at prices
ranging from $lO to $2O (currency)) per acre.—:
Tbese.lan , c are contiguous to the thriving city
of Los Angeles, and &medial:ably, adapted for
'the cultivation of the Orange, Lemon ' Big, 01.
ire ulllerry and *fruit and grain of every
desC M ription.- Great:attention is now being giv
en to the. production of Saw EII in this Ilia
trict, for which the Onial- cltuutte renders.it
'especially lutted4i Arrangzanents will short
ly. be made by which intending ' tulip= is can
be fbrnishEd with - ana6ritees for title dge ds
fore-leaving New York: - For turtkr particn 4
lan address •••• •
TILESTON, EM. E 111( A. CO.
March 30,19-6 in . Los Angeles, Cal.'
VILLAGE #II;"TERTY on SALE.
' The subscriber Will sell one or two Honeee
end bots;pleasaitirsituated In- Om borough
of Totriode , one is rner lot 100:150 feet wlth
good house. Tub other lot 50x1+50, with good
bonze and.barn; It Is no arranged that the
barn can be hold with either lot. Terms made
easy • W. H. SHAW. •
Toiranda, March 24,1860:-8m
LIMF tjagg LIME !
The.stunlersinned hereby. , ansciancet to the.
nahllc that he keep constantly ea hand Stills
KILN la 880 WNTOWN, a Misapply of.
fresh burned NEW YORK LIME which he will
sell as cheap as It can be bought_st say point,
along the CansL- , BBOWN.
I\TEW STOCK OF FLOUR CHEAP
AA at • O. & PATCH'S.
Nap 20: •
ISAT, CELEBRATED' SELF EL%
` tagFlour'at , O; B: PA'ren'S.
JkSHTON SALT I UP,. IN
..C3. large or titian itiariiittu it -
NOV. C. B. PATOW.B,—*
(IANNEO FRUITS OF ALL KINDS
N., it' 1‘ • c. 11: MOW&
ALL Kim??fß°Pie;iei ..t
re-mOO , l-7rArr-ff - i •
A DMINISTRATOWE NOTICE.—
.4111. Notice Is hereby • shin that . 0 person
ablebtette the *tido 0/4/4rW50114.1414 of •
Meta 1474 440..,01 1014040 141404 0 44
maids - paymnt, barbs%
claims a.4# silt estate ans; wow slaw
ttaly sotested foe
•c . 111.1111 E
180. ' - -AtufahOlior.
ItO 1 e 'lkelice 1
dibted to the estate ot tINZLL, -
We of 193411T1Gliefist: - its lefeestee to •
mokkhosentiet psympt c prit- thewhattee
Let assestate =roes_ tfbettelhor
• • .
end s = •
' 'ltglettor.i. •
A bitINILTBATOWS xoTics
Am: &dee Si hereby dna Go all etsrsoei
.ds&al. to the 'date otAathew IlLageeso.
'of Ma* tirp4,-dlsteL ire lequeslett to make
IsatimilatelaymaS, ail thew habit deists
%Obit UM' estate, must pretesniteso do 4
aotheaticate - St tor eteStleatest. ;r•
Ate 1;1(150,: , :-: • AdieliddasSor.
:`ALDMIWPR'S :NOTIOIL;- . .:=Notiee
the estate of, JOHN DURAND, dee'd., bite M
Venter Ise sequel* Si soak. lams&
S in gfitissat diday.! , sad those haslet
add state nut lmeat thin
ditty atarlitlested for setaleetiet.
DANIEL D 11101111), *, -
LOXM ad A. AID_ •
IN. THE. DISTRICT COURT OF
thelltilted Shan; for the Western DWI* •
Paitosylestsniew S. Cesar!, * Dukr
rat under Ow Act of ,Congress of Kuth 2d.
'1867; Whir' applled for i thicharge front all
his debts. and other clans prowled* audit sald
dct, By order of the Court, Notice is hereby ,
given, to all persons who 'ban trend their
debts, and other persons Interestod, to smear- --
on the-12th day of. Jane, 1869, at 2 o'ckick, P.
IL. before E, Overton, Jr., Eatrlaskiter • a
'Bankruptcy, maids eke.
.2nwant se lls zi t re o ,
show caase.,lt 'any Sheahan, why a
should sot bit :Stoma to the said Bultrupte
And far her. Votive is hereby • Oren, that the
Second and Third KNOT of Credit ors of th e
Bald alwll ll P, e the 37th aid 28 th
Pectlonsoof said, w he held 'bekre the ,
sal& Register, at the same time and place.
Marc' h 18, 1889.—, j 3. C.IIcCANDLIISS.
rotteeli hemby given that all persona
indebted to &hasn't, of Jeremiah Bogen, late
Of Towanda boro., deed., are requested - to
math Immediate payment, and all . parsons hay
them duly authenticated for settlaseMe `. present
.EfiECIITORS pOTICE.-,-Notice is •
s hereby gi ves 'Abet all permed Indebted -
to, the estateoHempel Gates, late of Smith-
field; deed are requested to make Immediate
pa t, and all persona luielog - claims upon
said estate must preheat them duly authentic's- .
ted for settlement. • •
ILIA C. BULLOCK, i
3AB; IL WEBB,
XEECUTOR'S, NOTICE.Notice r
•is hereby elven . that all ppeemona indebted; °
to the estate of JAMS 0' If, late* of
Wysox. top.; are requested to make awed'.
ate payment, and all persons haying cis has up
on said ate must present them duly authen- •
dusted for settlement. _ - - .
May 12, 1869:
Notice is. hereby &en that slllierstcat
Indebted to the estate of C. B. COBURN, late
of Nicholas, N. Y., aro requested to make im
mediate payment, and all persons having _claim
against said estate mast present 'them duly au ;
thenticated for settlement.'
lay II 1869
'' ^ 81711:71401t 01:SZNAL I II OTTICE, '
HAKIIIBUNG. Pa.,,May 4, 1869.
To Tilt OWNKILEO or lIXPAIMAITSD LAMM:—
%lob edienee to an A ct of Aasembli, approved
the Bth diy of April, one' thulium:ll4ft hun
dred end Mete-nine, yen are hereby notitled
that the "County Lard Lien Docket," contain- ,
big the list ps i d
land o f for Bradford
county, prepsztd under the Act Assembly of
the twentieth of May, one thonsand eight ban
d and sixty four , and the sappkanent there
to has tbls day been forwarded to the Prothou
o yof the 'county, at whose oMce it may be
omitted. - The liens out only be liquidated
b the payment of the purchase money, interest
a s d pnarte lees ra i, enta an tv. d e rece llempro i cevi eb eta g inyep p d atem iboyr ta otherl f e hlo yAt ug ear it tatrorp th em i y a . .
this- late, in order that parties may obtain
their patentawithon t additional coats
• JACOB M. CAMPBELL,
May 12,188! • . Surveyor General. .
ORPHAN'S COURT SALT.-By
virtue of an order lamed out of the Or
phan's Court of Bradford County, the under
siped administrator of the estate of John
Horton,. late of the Township of Terry, 'd,
will expose at public sale ow the premises, on '-
WEDWMDAY, Jane 30, at 10 Veloek A. a..-the
folloiring described lot, piece or parcel of land -
situated in said township known as tha gone
stead, bounded as follows : ' • 4
Olt the North by land' f Geo. F. -Horton,
East by the Susquetanna Slyer. South by Wit- •
liamlerry, and West by Myron Babcock,- con
taining 90 acres more or less, (Including his in
terest in" saw mill and trinkse,) about 50
acres Improved, dwelling horse, two barns,
store house out buildinp and fruit trees there
-1312. (Butd;ct to any incumbranee on account
.al proviaiena made iu the wil' of said testator
for-Harry Horton.) .
ALSO:—Ose other lot known as the "Dodge
Funk' in which mid John Horton owned one!
undivided halt , art or moiety, said "Dodge
Farm," and described as follows,- on -
the North by lands of John F. _Dodge; East by
the Busqttehanna Hirer; South by lands of An • .
drew Jackson. and Joseph E lliott , and West
by,C. Thompson and:Jno. Dewef, containing
190 acres more oe less, about 100 acres baptised,
dweillug house And good barn; and fruit-trees
TERILS.-3230 be paid 'when each parcel of
land is struck down $lOOO on each on
confirmation of tale , in two equal =-
nod installments ifrom confirmation, with in
;ereaVon nll arms hopaid sannally. •
t OHO. F. HORTON.
Thoroughbred, Short Horn or
Durham 8011, recorded stock, *, H, B. sal. 8. -
Will stand - for service the put sea son,on
Joseph Romat's farm, in blonroeton, at the fol.
lowingiery low rate of service, cub sioint.—
Single cow, s3'; Two cows, SI; "Five or six
cows, irslo ; Ten cows, 311. Also for sale,
calves ;, , both heifers and bulls; the get of . Bed
Kirk. Call and examine the stock.
Motiroeton -Kay 5, 1866
As perions wishing timing, steps. Ali,
lintels, water tables, or-any kind of - building
stone, 'ripples's addrow the undersigned. • All
or dens promptlylattended to. -
. J. W. GOODWIN.
• . . - P.O. Bat 330.
P. B.—Any.ordez' .1 left with hire Idaost , will
be forwarded; May 5,'69.
pICKLES BEADY FOX USE BY
J.tLb riackste or bundreftt
Xs 20. .• 0. B. PATCH'S.
CHOICE FLOUR, all tfio grades at
the lowest possible prices.
Web. 24 IicOABE
FRUITS OF m ALL it2S.
MEANS it 0. lIS .
JORDAN & VORTON., Prop's
This popular Hotel basing ben thoroughly,
refitted and repaired, and banished ihrottgunt',
with new and elegant Furniture; wfll be npm
for thereeeation oil guests, OR OLTOIDINr, NKr
1. 1869, , titer muss nor pales ibis been
spared in renderinOhis house a model Hotel,
[Wall its arrusentents. I • --- •
'MIL impostor quill old Berton AU for invalids
• Ap ec t
1869:' ' • - ' •
CHOICE FLOVIkOFAI , GRADES
at the loileitp4ces. '
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