Bradford reporter. (Towanda, Pa.) 1844-1884, June 24, 1869, Image 2

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    Newt from all Nttiots.
-- I BriglioU la singing in Omaha.
-1t coats $5O apiece to blrindians
--Paper 'petticoats are sold in Lon
don at six pence each.
—The new Post-office Co
of New 'fork cannot agree.
—New Haven harbor is very shal
low, and is constancy Ming up •
operations are suspended
ticks kern Oregon for want of 7ater.
—A. new.tin minti.has been opened
lip sari Bernandino county, Cal -
—Boston is exhibiting a double
headed girl, who sings -and eats with both
—Cotton is Blooming in Georgia:
—Trenton is to have a peclestiain
—A western paper advertises for a
cook to vault herselL
—Eugenie is to take a "historian"
her on her easiterti trip
Victoria book - iiettpa her $1.2;
ron, an of whiel hhAss giocu sway.,
—A boy died. in • Dayton, Obio,.a
t•o days sincv, from ogling too much ttlippery
—Lynch law -is raging in Virginia,
sewn prisoners bating been taken from jail and
—Mrs. Dr. Mary Walker . is bound.
to gt, abroad, if it is only in the eipscity oflit.dy's
—A cpok on a river steamboat
kieled a min overlx , avd.lwpanse he icfnaod to
eat hit vinands.
--Au English actor recently played
ih. Isamu evening ;at London and at Dover ;
ninety miles distant.
—Florida has abundance of ripe
Ix :tau_ s.
'—The cable 'does a business of
1645 per day
-11 . . 7ini, it is said, lives on. soup
niul hash.
Sailor collars is the new fashion
for indict+
—There are two more bank defal
ca•ione in France.
—Bridgeport, Ct., employs misty
ti school teachers. -
munher of dead bodies have
'wen-found in the bay at New Yorh.
—Young Bennett has built a new
yacht, wiach is Eaid - to be cry fast.
—Tw6-Jaila in Seneca, N. T.. have
entirely empty for grime time.
—The village of Dtuikirk pioposCs
a •Gip canal across the State or New York.
—,alli is to be premiere clan-
F, t 1 at the grand seas.a.
—Mayor Hall, of New York, raises
strawberries four inclipAin circumference. .
—The New York Sorosis are taking
un asnres to establish a national foundling hos
—The iron moulders of Troy have
MO in aid of the strike of the coilsr girls
of that city.
—ln Salt Lake persons are fined
sca dollars for being drunk, and twenty dollars
f‘w protardtY.
—Twenty-four .persons have disap
',wed toygterionly front New York in the last
two necks. •
--Joseph Ferguson, colored, has
twen wale a doctor of rntilicitie by the Detroit
Me.hcal College.
Lua'ingw•ell, an old lady
, 4 1,ty-two yenta of age, of 'Norwich. Ct., hung
Ii rr.t. , ..f on Friday morning.
—Switzerland has about 900,000
worth 52,000,030 ; cowl yieltl f 3 11. 00 0 . 0 00
ol milk a
-Mr. Sumner has been invited to
0.,e Pacific-coast by Senator Nye, in 'behalf
•crople of thF far west.
—Patti has told Miss Jarnarrett, a
ieriia rl tato wing in Paris, that she is tlestin
,l to be the queen of the opera.
--The authoritie of Dresden and
have set free a large number of eingink
Ilrb. -.Melt have been brought to market for
A Voodoo doctor in Augusta,
a patient a prescription for chills and
er which made him mad, and caused him to
- .1 couple of girls in Cincinnati
t• 1 -bad a :lite 4:twat a young man entered
tomn during. his absence and soaked his
sulphuric arid.
—Bishop Ilosecrans offers to have
l •. t nal MARS Staid to the end of the world for
all 1 who contribute $25 for St. Jo
ph Cathedral,:trohunbux, Ohio.
has been sold to Mr.
Giorize, of Newburg. N. L. for thirty
tic+• dollars.
- il. :ite-size marble bust of Ad
no• executed by W. H. Philips. is
ni in N Yolk.
Reading is making' a great cry
2,6.111 a v.liite rutin was talen fntu a
~! a imtuber the itsnal color.
—Mary Scott, of Cairo, who waa
aid to haw been the original Mary who "had s
Itttl.• lanai - died last seek, aged 95 years.
-. A fanner in Scott county, lowa,
acres of Vl‘rn destroyed be the
and he wratts a bounty offeica for the
e,•alpa-ilthe animals.
Edmonia Len-is, a colored
410 has been four ;cars in lkime, is
now rl,:idiKkfcin New Turk. where she is practis
ing - 1n r 'art, in'which 'he is said to excel.
—A Virginian has been imitating
the boy Hercules. lle found two minket+, a rat
tlesnake and a blaektakke, caught each by the
throat and killed them by !pitting tobacco juice
in thi it niontliet.
, —ln divorce case in Indiana,
the wongtn,; who teas the plaintiff, being the
owner of a farm, and the man poseAsed of noth
ing, the defendant's attorney asked for alimony
for the hush:mil. He didn't get it.
--A Roman Catholic priest who
had b en m elia'rge u the pastorate at Circle
ville, Ohio, was marriel to a :Miss Sullivan. of
that city, on the 5t t of last 'month. Be had
previonAy.l4.en eirranunicatell by Bishop
—A Join.* called the Point of
IL.nor published in Florence' to advocate
hbolitton of dneling, and the establishment of
ornrrs of honor . to settle disputes that would
t•thermise he submitted to the arbitrament (TT
the trtr , Td or pistol. '
-11st:coons arc borilg holes through
t:u cuter dam or the Waterbury' reservoir, and
it is proposed to alivatli the inniile with sans of
1.1, and shret-iron to cut their snouts. '
—A colored wan in .Quincy,
ha, brought a snit to recovert2ooo from a
steamy at company for having been refused the
reivih g e of eating dinner pith I the white folks.
. —lt is stated that the Pope has
ut .rders to the physicians of Paris,forbidddig•
them to continue their attendance upon patients
ho, after three days dangerous Illness, refuse
t. e,,nfess. -
—Santis Anna i$ living. in
,a small
ontage in Port Platte,-Wo4 Idies, and is enjoy
nig guod health. Efeia constantly occupied in
writing the history of Wife, never stirring out
on the t.trcets.
' —The Boston Post,hasißeen mulch
iin :50,7i damages 'in a mitfar hbeL The
offensive paragraph , Ira/ "copied in good faith
&tin She-erkirans oft conteteporitry. The wit
seeing to-tare been a , hamlet - , enterprise.
ktradford Xteportier.
Towanda, Thursday, June 24,18¢9.
The ratification of the Fifteenth
Amendment to the Constitution by
New Hampshire makes, including In
diana, twenty-four States, whipb hive
given it their approval. The votes of
twenty-eight are required for the com
pletion of, the work. 'Vermont is sure
to ratify it so soon as its Legislature .
assembles nest fall. The act provid-
ing for the reconstruction of Virginia,
migsißsippi, and Texas demands its
ratification by those States as a pre-
to their full restoration to
the Union. This . will mike up the
sum total . of twenty-eight ; but we
presume that Georgia will also be re
quired to ratify , the amendment ere
ahe is admitted to representation in
'Congress, while there is little doubt
that Rhode Island qi give her voice
in favor of the measure when her Leg
islature meets in 3ennary.
Early in the coming yeat; then, we
may expect that a sufficient number
of States will have ratified the, pro
posed article, and that it will be incor
porated as a part of the Constitution.
This will dispose of all the questions
brought forward by the Rebellion of
the Slaveholders so far as legislative,
enactments can Settle' them. Will
they remain settled ; or willthere be
an effort on the . part of the Democra
cy to undo what has been'ilone, and
bring the " nigger question " -once
more into the arena of polities ?_ Ana
if these measures are acquiesced in,
North and South, what will be the
relative position of parties, and what
their antagonism ? Will party lines
be looened, or entirely broken, and
will there be a. reconstruction of po-
litical eleruents into new organiza
tions ?
These are subjects for seriOns t.on 7
sideration, and address themselves
particularly to the leaders of the Re
publican party. We do not imagine
that any one proposes to disturb the
existing acts of CongresS, or to over-
turn the Constitutional amendments
which have, or may be adopted. The
cry of " negro equality " has served its .
purpose, and has become a bugbear so
feeble in its effects, as io be unservice
able. The emancipation of the blacks
is recognized, even in the South, as a
wise, just and beneficent measure,
which, though bringing present incon
venience and distress, eventually is ,ko
be the great source of prosperity rind
wealth to that section, securing an in
fusion of :capital and energy which
will take the place of previous un
thrift - and indolence. The breaking
up of the former relations and condi
tions of society, and the change in
business, \lccasioned by the substitu
tion of paid labor for involuntnry ser
vitude, has disarranged the social and
financial condition of the South ; but
already the people are learning to
adapt themselves to the new situa—
tion, and discerning and acknoWledg
ing that out of the confusion is dawn
ing a state of society and a condition
of business which is infinitely prefer
able to the .old.
The colored population having been
secured in all th 4 rights which legiti
mately belong / 6:i them ; the preju
dices and fens of the whites having
been broken down, by experience and
. workings of the Congressional
enactments, there is nothing* remain
ing to be done, but to quietly wait for
the reorganization of society•and
ness, upon a basis adapted to the new
order of things. This will come in
time ; not, perhaps, without occasion
al disturbance ; but eventually all
these social and business problems
will settle themselves, without further
intervention on the part of Congress.
This having been accomplished, the
-duty of the RepubliCan party ends,
and many wiseacres - are predicting
that the party itself will . suffer disin
tegration and dissolution.
Such is a very narrow view of the
subject. In too many cases " the
wish is father to the thought." The
conclution is b:lsed upon a very lim
ited and errobcous conception of the
causes and - principles which under
laid and occasioned the mighty up
rising 6f the people, finally crystal
lizing as a political movement in the
organization of the Republican party. '
The great pinciples which underlie
that drganizatiOn are immutable as
Truth itself. They are the practical
shape which years of discussion and
teaching have wrought out of the de
mand for equal and exact justice to
all men. The Republican party of
to-day, is the conservator of public
morals ; the advocate of religious and
political toleration ; the champion of
the oppressed of all nations and all
climes ; a progressive, radical party,-
,boldly attacking all abuses, 101
' claiming for the people the largest
measure of justice and liberty. .
The mission. of the party will never
be accomplished, while a public wrong
remains to be righted ; or while the
people demand at the hands of gov
ernment a single concession. To
guide the party aright, requires wis
dom,. integrity and discretiOn on the
part cif its leaders. •_ II may fail for a .
season, to be successful, but the end
cannot be doubtful, so long as it shall
Conturne to bb the part• of Freedom,
Justice and Humanity.
IM.The Washington Typographic
al , Union hai done itself credit in
the election of young pouglas § , the
colored printer, as a member. The
impertinent meddling of the National
tTnion has thus recieved deserved
•tgli.. We have nothing from the
State CoFVention, we have no doubt
hoWever; that Gov. GEAlir was nomi
nated on the first ballot,
The New York Legislature which
latektadjoiiii:itad, , if we 1* - btlialt
Orr At-4 4' ' - —3 - - • •,`" .4. k : 't. 1 f ,-:' r * :;i:
4 11
Pi''' ' aalluili 44l 4 l AV - '' . ' '
tOtit ..,. * pill vi....,:,, . ~,2 •:, ' ,•-
ti t re
[:: " fi e
e ' it 41 '''' ' ''''' l ,
ic .., '- - ----,. ' •
against ntteMpts: to influence Q
votes of members, by illegiteinit'a
means. The provisions of the bill
are iretio - speetive, - , SO — thfififliiiigliiii
any gatkinan who found it necessaz
ry to invest his money to induce the
passage of a measure in which he luid
an interest, can now come forward
and oblige the -members - to - disgorge'
the spoils: There . are some :good
features itilbis bill; which will tend
to niale it effective. For instance; if
an kotie ,jobl;er has tipitio4lied ii .
member improperly . to secure his
vote; -and-the bribe is ;r • fnsed, the
member, on . his Oath, - cart Convict the
person Who made the prOptiStil to ):44.
th r c....yote ;. or, if the bribe is takei,the
person paying it,: though he was the
direct cause of the offence, may testis
fly splint-t the purchased voter;.and
be held blameless. . ~. ~ . '
New Jersey, at a recent session,
passed some such a law, but the Leg
islature found it to work so wellAliat
the members - gettinguo : dividends,
were redaced- to, honesty. perforce,
'and obliged to !- live upon
their sala
'ries. This they .could, not stand, and
consequently they, repealed the lair;
so that
_one may, say legislative car:
ruption has. really - official sanction
New Jersey.
It is suggested that the Netiork
statute be adopted at the / nekt ses
sion-of the Pe assembly,
EL' I a measure wl eserre the
purity of that •estore its
ancient and li Tutation,
We doubt the
such e.uactrne z in _.e mistake not,'
there is a la* already upon our eta
t a
to books,%hicb makes the offering,
0 '
receivid , of a legislative'. brib(
pe.l' offence, punishable by heavy
pdalties. There are too ninny-ways
4' evading such a law, to make- it of
any account, anti it rethains a dead
letter, while votes are daily bought
and sold.
The proper remedy lies with the•
people. Their voice is more poten
tial and efficacious than legal enact- .
ments. They can make and unmake
legislators. If they will - carefully se
lect fur thierltepresentatives honest
and upright men, the brokers in votes
will starve from want of occupation;
and the lobby at Harrisburg.will be
deserted. , The evil cannot be reach
ed by legiSlative enactment,but if the
voters wilt sternly rebuke every ,ap
pearaile: e corruption, the practice
will become less common, and the
post of legislator be once More a'
place of lionor and dignity: •
Tat: stream of emigration to this
country is at preasant unprecedented.
Three vessels, the Minnesota, from
Liverpool, the City of London, also
from Liverpool, and the Caledonia,'
from ti.
(}lassgow, have ' 1
Ted at New
York with over three t onsand pas
sengers. the. total
. emigration for
the month of May was 27,080,against
19,784 during the corresponding
month of last year, an increase of
7,332. The returns of the emigation
agents at Live cool for- the . same
month correspond with .the above
The number of ships sailing is put
down at 37, with 20,312 passengers,
of whom 7,796 were English,- 679
Sotch, 4,237 Irish,and 13,600 foreign
ers, chiefly Cfermans.- : Of _the whole
number, 28 ships,With 21,195 passen
gers, were for the United -States ;
_remainder were . for Canada.
There dig.) : sailed -19 "short" ships,
with 768 passengers, of whom 426
were for the United States, 160 for
Victoria, andll4 for South America
A. very large proportion of all these
' arrivals go to the West. This is the
stream the South "should catch. Har
dihood, industry, small capital, these
are what is needed in the Southern
States, and these are found in abun
dance amok fliti - 'class of emigrants
now coming to our shores. If rebels
would lay aside the n animosities and
allow righteous laws to triumph, so
that life might become safe, , property
rights respected, and industry digni
fied, then would the Western tide he
deflected, and the worn out fields of
the South begin to, blossom.
STATE Ii rLF,CTIONS.—The following
State elections will come off during
the Summcr and fall of 1869:
July 6, Virginia—State officers and
August 2, Kentucky—State Treas
urer and LegislatUre.
August 2, Alabama—Members of
Congress. •
Aunmst 5, Teunessee—State officers
and Legislature.
August 10, Montana 'Territory
-Delegate to Congress.
September 7, Vermont—State offi
cers and Legislature
SepteMber 13, Maine—State offi
cers and Legislature.
October 5, Colerndo--Delegate to
October [l2, Pennsylvania—State
officers and Legislature.
October 12, Ohio—State officers
and Legislature.
October 12, lowa Stateofficers
and Legislature..
October 20, California--4ndges of
the Supreme Cotut
November 2, New York—Secretary
of State, Legislature, dc.
November 2, New jersey—Legisk
November 2, Ifavnehusetts,--State
officers and Legislatitie.- A
November 2, Minnesota-,Stato of
ficers and Legislature. • . - •
November 2, Wisconsitt- 7 -State of
fivers and Legislature.
THE Republicans of Vermont have
nominated a soldier for Govenior--,
General Washbnrn, n prominent and,
successful laWyer of Iroodstock. He
served in the war as colonel of a Ver
mont regiment, and 4terWards was
elected,by thejiegishitiirelo the poet,
of Adjutant and Insp?ctor cle.nerid of
the State. legislator he hes.
had . experience in both_, houses, He
will of c ourse, be elected.
'fficacy. of
- LEttkit,Pitett.iLitliOki.
' •-:,... • • -
We arc .., . .- ‘ . lito following ex-
. .;
_a ''.,
..,'• ~ Capt. G. W v jainv ,
7. . W ' 1 , . I r ". ) ; ' : • • :Jot= F. Caen
.• . ,
i.: . - . ;
.. - ,,,, : f, . • of the mormon
fitnple N-. 2, : : 4 . i ;,:""r be read with interest,
A : , of Capt. J.
z., --%''' . -t- ''',- • . ' - 15
miles stove : • . .• • •••• , • . i ton Monday
&ening, it is bioutilldraltow*l on an eminianee .
. : doing west, rtozeilrizKlind southwest, cord
manding a vie* for many miles of the litissii
-1414 bothll7llwldosiZthe riven --The niinsof
the Old Mormon Tonga are yet there in 'plain
Sight from , ihe river. ievieph smith), veldt:o'
still lives Otero and occupies the old mansion of
the prophet. she has married one Lewis Sidle
man, but owns the 11a1n.:,.-T,oung 4:o. 4:wiihlii
preaching mormouirin out West.
-- The - temple waliVrinkillifilloo - Lyl2oTiie"
' on the ground; the main..buitiling was 100 feet
high with an observatory7s feet above tke roof,
giving'the visitor the grandest view of Illinois,
lowa and Missouri Imaginable, and all AR twen
ty-five cents. It was built of polished limestoisk
with projecting corners and eacbcoruer hadone
large stone slab 30 feet from the ground with
the sun, moon and stars chiseled into it and
painted with bronze, gnu* to the bviddirid
grand imposing heathenidtiappeanince., . e
basement was a fount ior!inmerrion,ihe fonrit
was of marble blocks cemented. so' a ' hold'
water, 12 feet in , diameter, 25 feet P t and it
stood on the backs of 12 oxen . from solid
stone as large as life, and Cdwith horns,
- ... --.......ithntrie oironerwotAd
tnimala. Each stand
one luindred by
orte hundred and twenty.feet, On each aide was
partitioned off into rooms just six feet square,
running the whole length of the largeroom,
making 30 in all, They were lettered annotating
rooms, where each convert we annointelfor the
work ordiscipling the world..l-In the centre of
one end was a small room ttere the Prophet
alone took the sinners to the confessional and
there in secret pardoned their mina whatcyer
they were. 'The balance of.the room 86 by 112
feet was used for amusements,ni gimies,,chief
ly for dancitig which was their chief amusement.
Fr The temple wag dedicated in 1810, according
to my informant, and burred ,wn in 1816,_ two
years after the death of Jo. Smith and the tight
and the flight of the Mormons. ,
The history of Slormonisea in. Hauctick epun
ty, El., is short but attracted attention while it
lasted. May God send ii a short history in its
new entrenchment, Myinformationfs from two
intelligent citizens of Hancock comity, that saw
it aIL ' -
There are people iho contend that
our diplomatic service abroad might be dispens._
ed with; and a great saving made to the nation
in the way of expense. Foreign embassies anti
consulships are sought, now-i-flayeg for, the so
cial status they give the occupant, rather than
for the purpose of discharging the duties. The
chief business of our foreign inhtisterii and their
attaches, is to secure to the shoddy-American
travelers a presentation at Court, and a sight at
'royalty. General Dm, at the public dinner ten
deredhim in Paris, before he left for 'America,
%In-his remarks; dwelt particularly npon the irn
, prtantfact, that "during tho two years and
a-half of his service there, he had presented to
their Imperial Majesties more than three hum
deed of our fellow-citizens of both sexes." Gen.
Dix is a very worthy man, and no chAubt made
an excellent Minister, but the sum total of his
services to the country seems to be embraced-in
the above statement. i do not believe that
the dignity or honor of the country requires such
an -expensive establishment for the gratification
of the snobs who may desire to make their bow
before Napoleon.
The death of Hen. if. ray J. RAl
mon), editor 'of the N.Y.,Times, which took place
on Friday morning last, deprives the profession
of °tie of its brightest ornaments. While we did
not admire the, political career of Mr. R., yet as
an editor, we consider him superior to any man'
to the country. Him writings were always read
-able in style and conciseness, direct and to the
point. Ho was ono of the few men who could'
make up a newspaper in all its particulars. His
death cast a gloom (o'er New York ; and his sud
den and unexpected demise is the subject of
universal regrpt. • t
Chief Justice CHASE has been mak
ing a Southern tour, with: an eye: to -the Presi
dential election of 1872. liis object seems to be
to secure the Rebel vote. A part of his plan was
his recent-letter in which he would hive us hon
or'" the heroism of our countr•ncen who fell lin .
the other side," by decorating their graves, and
awarding them the sane tegdmonials of our rns
pkt wo give to the patriotic dead. As if hero
isin could sanctify a bad cautmt or bravery ri
cnso the crimes of treason and rebellion: Bra
very and endurance are only worthy.whou put
forward in u good cause ; else some of the wick
edest and cruelest pirates and asmelsins ever
known,' would deserve a hero's crown. The Chief
Justice it a lamentable 'instance of that ambi.‘
tion which " overleaps itself, and falls on t'other
side." His weakness and disappointed pride;
have precipitated him into follies which have dis
gusted the conntry, and damaged his reputation
With tho
Cigar dealers, and smokers gener
ally, are interested in knowing that Ctimmiiisinn
er Dln.ttico has recently decided that it is illegal
to retail cigars from or glass slides in
tobacco stores. They must be sold from the
boxes stamped as prescribed by law. Whether
this is to protect the pip -dimmer or the
moot, is not stated. Hereafter. when a smoker
purchases a cigar, it - ahould be from the "mitil
nal paclrage," or the ilreceeding is illegal
The Gnual Musical Hubbub, at
Boston, is over. The big drum, the brass in
struments, the anvils, the artillery, are vexed
no more. The Rub rests from sheer musical
exhaustion. If any of bur people have listened
in iho vain Lope of hearing the musical_ strains'
wafted from Down 'East, they hare Probably
been dis . appointed, but they may console them
selves with the fact that the disappointment
would have been greater bad they been within
sight of the Coliseum, and within the sound of
the mighty discord of the vast chorus and its
noisy accompanimr nts. The Bostonians vall it
a success. Perhaps it was—with PAILEPA ROSA
and ADELAIDE Pittman; and Gen. Gn.ticr, and
all the other celebrities, vocal and political. It
may servo as an example of what enterprise and
money can accomplish', and gratify the pride of.
the Wail • ' but as a limiest treat, we. im
agine that •ml thousand people wire hugely
humbuggt . `
. The people will certainly be grati
fied with the quiet and unostentatious manner
in which the Preiddent travels throogh the coon
try. His antipathy is specch-maldng and repel ,.
tions; and to the credit of the'pcople he is not
intruded hpon or bored to death. At Boston,
even, they could not contrive to extort a speech
from him. His example will bo productive of
good, ifit Teaches other public men the value
and 'virtue of silence.
matter of foreign . trade in breadkituth
it may surprise many persons to
Imow what a sthall proportion it
bears to the production of the coml.
try, or to the amount distributed
through the great internal lines of
communication to all parts of the,
country. The prodnction of corn and
wheet, in the `,United States in the
year. 1868, is estimated at 980,000,000
bushels, or about twenty-eight . bush-,
els Per‘head to the population: - Rye,
oats, barley and buclrwheet carry the
aggregate' crop to about . 1,400,000
000 . of. bushels The total,, export
last year 'of wheat, corri, mall flour
( maiming, --barrels , to TiuSheliY,-..„ Was
only 18,000,000 of bushels. It will
be seen; therefore, how very impor r
tint internal commerce, (31`
country is, compared with, its is!eligs,
nuinber from o ,erp :: :o ; ;, e. coun
try, : were p :• , while
_the Times of
fice was repre • ntedlky nearly all , the
attechees of , : establidtment.: ~, ,
jTlie • • ceremo , 'es at - the. chtuich
opened with a v • buitaryou, the organ.
Rev: Dr. Stev n.,H. . Tyng read the
Episcopal se .- .forthe dead.' :Rev.
Henry. Vard t,• her delivered-. • a
touching : enlo! on • Mr. Raymond.
Rev. Mr. :K t_ .t ; , pastor of the ;church.
Where the serN 'ees wertheld, folloW
ed _ with, a . • : yer, and Rev,. Prof.
Shedd prong , : • the benedietion.
, The coffin -aa ~ a Very ; liamulsonie
rosewood . 't, silver ~ mounted,
and. was insc d simply .with the.
name and age of . the . deceased, 'and
covered with - vend beautiful wreaths
of immortelle After the services
the lid was op ned, and the whole au
dience passed in procession - around
the coffin, eac member taking. a last
look upon the mains of one. of New
York's most
,spected, and deeply
loved sons. the lid was again. closed
and the con,„ :gallon slowly divers-
At three thertirand,
according to (Ace
idltighe4 seat for
Ihe right was the
:twelve Apostles,
%ta for the twelve
tll' several fact
of itself r curios-
The remain
qe left in the
and will be p
row at Green',
Mrs. , Rayruon
present iu the
EEC& Chien
ference met at
ing, - and the s
Prayer Book
up. The Rt
had read in se l
ing means
This he den
and he belie.
come when tl
trines subver
the Church sl
faith, worshi p
established '
adhere to the
tant Episcop
States of ,
the mind of
propose to
from the pur
..Re.yotred, t t
?gence in eve
bring before
our , Church
from our pt
worship; an.
.our mutual f
and to stand
evil and goo,
of faith and
The Chair
out of order.
The Rev. I
on an. elabot
is conscience
posed alterat
the Book of
ful to•the
Episco '
' • Bewixed,
seeming to
ministry is
Lord's Sup
veneration i
tism, houl
Prayer 800 .
The Conf
Tiffs REP
cent "Oc •
nu, discuss
What, iu,
to rely on
their old re
They will.
turned upon
There has
a consequen(
in the South.
No inilitay dictatorship set up by
General Grant.
No extra
public mon
These we
How weri
By such
ed people
former own
. 'By a ste
and capital
• By . a ctire ;
can admin
we were the
in' subjecti
of the , Uni
This is y
to-the Dem
dqP I 4 II P
facts abou
Few clang:
new Secre
the reor
act as "tin
to die org.
who has be
bnsineas is
treated ; ac
In order to
the,. Stab?
pioven Ilia
any gnat&
Every new
deystand fr ,
are Pick'Ni,
. ..
/., it is understood, will
hiirch during to-night,
t vately interred to-mor
ood by the .faunly:
and daughters Were
church during the cer-
o, June 17.—The Con
; nine o'clock this morn
abject of revision of the
*as again again taken
v. Mr. Cowgill said he
ie papers that this meet-
Lession from the Church.
Lied / It meant reform;
ed that, the time had
Men who teach doc
live of the principles of
pult he actively oppsed.
►liver offered the follow-
I at .in all _matters 'of
, and doctrine, the long
• • and ceremonies, we
decision of the. Prote
st Church in the United
eriea, as expressive of
hrist, and by them we
st all the departures
at we shall use all dili
available, legal and
Teams, in order to
. e -proper tribunals of
all those • who •depart
. faith or .doctrine and
1 that - we hereby pledge
1 ith to teach each other,
by each other throligh
I T,report in this our. work
1 Tibor of love,
tided the tesolntions
) r. Andrews entered up
te discussion as to what
with respect to the pro
on in the Baptismsl ser-
llig, resolutions were ad-
s the opinion of this
hat a careful revision of
,ominon Prayer is need
.t interests of the Protes
-1 Church.
hat all words or phrases
at& that- the Christian
a priesthood, or the
eCa sacrifice, or that re
• inseperable from bap
• be remora from the
i•renee soon afterwards
TIECORD.-lii a re
'onal" letter, Colonel For
ng the politpal situation,
i ced, have the Democracy
lLs there anything Unt
el record ?
start with all their guns
been no war of races as
e of negro suffrage in
ant expenditures of the
e their chief prophecies
they met ?
dustry amonn. °
the color
f the South that their
I , Ars are getting rieh9r than
y stream of emigration
to the South.
1,. 'frugal, anti Rtifulati
tuition of the Govern
eymour said last fall that
paying at the 'rate of
a year to keep the South
I,n, and now we are ad-
the whole Govermnen ,
d States - at the rate o
I a year.
ur answer,. Republicans
talk prophets.
1 : gives some interesting,
the State - Department.
s tase place there:
. Every
• is expected to hornig
'S irit assistant. This is
Alen of each new ad-_,
Sometimes men , who.
: tors" haze been ImoWn
away, but theseare the .
not the rule. .A. man,
• n only thirty years in the
considered a boy, and
a tdingly, , by, his
eligihle to, a 'Clerk in
Department , must be
the man is exempt. from
tious of a leaky nature.
Leeretacy gin to = 7
!Pra thP first that his ereii
'a the , i,stoutest,
'the stronger = :storm:
imien in search of neics
te* umny sqire .as
ritory east of th u e Miss issipp i River,
14 0 twit;htitanilklg con*nees
en southont, all of the so-,ct,4ll4'esst7:
ern'Ond 'central' states, andUll'of the
old 'North:west.' The couipleti°n: of
theTapifia Ibiilwity . has . 4mingsikthe
former ,wesn into , ~e ast anal
and Moved the. wit ! ' 1000 to-.
ward the .e . ettinglgu, al/e, aCtival
west q#61144,3 PalifeXl!ik Oregon
.4 1 zeri4 trtah,
Montana,.,Wyomiug, lu
,Ond.tho !tiel7
1":1401 Colera4o aridsew
iw r luird i to' realize : the truth *at
ehlOgo,is,an eastern ; city, 'and that.
Illinois is not even a central, but .is
an eastern state. Omilm,<Which has
always been regarded as' on the iFei;t
eni verge of the Yak West,' is in fact
15d 'miles east of . the centre, of the
UniOn I !, We arc. ngt surprised,
th,erefore, Ihtit th e citizens of that, en
teipriskg little plinie . resent, the lia r
pntation of being in the. Far West.
In short this is a tolreably long
ikentry, from east to wast and wlion
the Dominion is 'absorbed' the dis
tance will be equally as , great from
north to. south.
CONFUSED accounts come to us from
Virginia respecting the_elections,. - but
the most authentic lead to.the belief
that Wells' success is now beyondu
doubt. The rebels have relaxed
much of their energy in the guberna
torial centest, and are now turning
their attention to the tune in
the hope of securing the' United
States Senators. This game Ishould
be closely watched. The RadiCabi
have the strength to carry both Gov
ernor and Legislature, and they
should be wheedled out of neither by
the trickery of men who hesitate not
to use every unscrupulous and unfair
meaturi - to attain their lends.
EVEN if Chief Justice Chase is not
making much headway down South
as candidate for the next Pivbidency,
he at least is getting off some queer
opinions. His last, that the statute
of limitation's runs against the iClov
ernment as well as indvidu*,
startle most of our judges, an Cause
them to review the accepted War for
a century back. It is needless to say
that the Government departments are
thrown into bewilderment and confu
sion on account .of a rendering so
flatly opposed to their long-establish
Nor an exchange we open but we
see records of the progress of rum.
Death and miseryin every shape, and
still unappeased, it claims daily, new
victims. Men, old and young, -shun
the vice of intemperance for your
own sake ! for the sake of those whom
you love—who love you. Believe us
you will be happier, more prosperous
more' respected, and more beloved,
for the renunciation.
her' A man named BaEN has been
arrested in Pike Co., Pa., on a charge
of placing obstructions ^on the• Erie
Rail Way track, which caused the
Carr's Bock disastei. Ho confesses
his guilt.
-Judge Fisher of Washington
ordered the Marshal to summer' col
ored men to fill vacancies on the
grand and petit juries fdr the term
of Court which convened on Monday
Diva WITHOVT HEArrs.--IWe some
times meet with men who seem to
think that any indulgenCe in .an af
fectionate feeling is wetilnicss. ;They
will return from a journey and greet
their families with a distant
and move among their children with
the cold and lofty splendor of an ice
burg surrounded by its broken frag
ments. There is hardly a more un
natural sight on earth than one of
these families without a heart. A fa
ther had better extinguish a boy's
eyes than take away his heart. Who
that has experienced the joys of
friendship, and values sympathy and
affection, would not rather lose all•
that is beautiful in nature's scenery
Orin be robbed of the hidden treas
ures of his heart. Cherish,then,your
heart's best affections. Indulge iu
.the warm and gushing emotions of
filial, paternal, and fraternal love.—
'Miss ..Valoch.
New Livertisememts.
of,the ••Fraer NAI/OSAL BANK," of !Towanda.
at close of brielneos, June 12, 1869 ;
Loans and Discounts . $157,51,8 29
Overdrafts .” ' LIU 87
U.S. Bonds to secure circulation l 134,000 00
U.S. Bonds to secure deposits 58,000 00
U.S. Banda and Securities on hand 950 00
Due from reedeerning and reserve agents, 38,633 02
Due from other National Banks 11,814 03
Duo from other Banks and Bankers. ... 1,707 97
Banking Nome 000 IX)
Furniture and Fixtures 2 8, ,000 00
Current expenses 1.009 81
cs„.h Merus linfhailing r i txL) 1.858 24
Bills of other Rational
1.400 00
Fractional currency (including nickels)... 2,24.1' , 38
Spccie, 174 06
Legal Tender N , otes • • 21.178 00
Remittances r, .. , 1,2211 .49
$440.W4 04
Capital stock pild
Sn%l ige ustund
National Bank circulation 'outstanding... 111,033 00
Indirldrialllepoalta '' ' 136,091 15
. .
Unita 6tates deposits 10.909 71
Due to National liplike ' ' 4,994 13
• Cower oy thismomn, • l ls •
I. N. N. lima. Ciabler, of •the Pest National
Dank of Tovissils; do solemnly swear that the shove
statement is thus to the best's( my imorededge and
- N. N. 13=4 Js. Cashier.
Stint - Maim doom( tO before Ine• thla lath day
Of June, 1869. 7. R. WATICINS. •
• ; Notary Fano:
CmrrCt: Attezt :
:103. POWELL,
E. T. FOX,
Towanda, Atoe 24,18(9..,
f.lOl. islet be bediu qualttr or *lee, st
z, 1,
V;'- -
; Li I
BB 88 . 88.88
arein - clarlyrrseeipt irrErpretari
and Freiglit -of ligrAliet fitfist - 414 1 1:110
and most reliable mans ei
• r
.H H.lll H H H H= H H
B'• B 13 'B
We are conatatttly trtiatfaetaripg
Especially adapted to the wants of the
Bradford Cointi,tradit.: '„
B B B, B B, B B-B
91tr, stock of,
IS the' largest hi-Tovairabs, andiere
Offered at lowest rates.
BB B - B'BB . B BB
We have on hand the most eiten;
sire assortment of
Ever offered in the County, and are
prepared to' order anything in this
line. •
Thanking our , friends for the very
liberal patronage given As in the past,
we invite their Attention to our as
sortinent of goods• in each depart
ment, assuring them that •we have
never before been 'able to offer great
inducements than at the present.
fI a a . a a l as $21..11
Towanda, June 24, 18G9.
1 The subscriber offers for sale his farm In. Can
ton. containing about eighty-six acres,. some seventy
improved. The improvements are one dwelling
house. one barn, one milk-haulm, one sad-mill In
good running order, with 12. horse portable engine
capable cif running mill ; it can olio be run by water
• portion of the year- Cecumited with the same. all
the necessary machingt , for manufacturing wagon
hubs, in hood order.ihere Le also a thrifty young
apple orc.. on the remises, and other fruit trees
around the house. e farm is located about two
miles [ram Canton village, bpd within one hundred
rods of the 'Williamsport & Emirs LB. For terms.
call on C. Sterckwell, at Canton, or the subscriber on
the premises.
May 9, 1909
Huts—ii thoroughbred. ahorttorn. or Durham
Bull. recorded stock. A.H.8.. vol. 3, will stand for
service the present season on 'Joseph Hornet's ann.
in Monroeton, at the following very low rate of ser
vice. cash down Single cow, $3 ; two cows. $5 ; five
or six cows, $lO ; ten co" $l5. Also for sale, calves,
both heifers and bulls, the set of -
All persons wishing Aagghng. stele. sills, lintels,
wster tables, or any hind at building stone, will please
address the undersigned. All anima promptly at.
tended to. J. W. 000DWIN.
P.O. Box 330.
PA—Any orders left with Joan MACE will be for
wanted. Miry 5,1869.
Pa.. Joarias k Howrox, . Proprietors.
popular Hotel having been thoroughly fitted and he
paired, and furnished throughout with new and ele.
gent Purnitme. will be open for the ' reception of
guests. OILSATURIXIM, Mar 1, 1869.- Neither expense
nor pains has been spared in rendering this House
a model hotel in all its arrangements. A superior
quality Old Burton Se, fbr kwalkis..lnat received.
April IX, 18G9.
Detail Dealers in- Groceries and Pr.:Melons, Drops
and 11fedidnes, Kerosene Oil. Lampe, Chimneys.
Shades. Dye Staffs, Paints. Oils. Tarnish. 'Yankee No
tions, Tobsomi„ -Cigars and Sntift. Pure Wines and
Liquors. 'Of the best quanta' , for medicinal purposes
onl . All • Goods sold atthe very lowest prices. Pre.
acrlpttons caret oily compounded at all hours of the
day and night. Give us a call.
)Dmroeton. Pa.. June 2t. 180-17.
CODA of the Milted States for the Western Dia.
trict of Pennsylvania. In the matter of SOLEMN
M. LEONARD. Bankrupt, Western District of Penn
sylvania, s.s.
A Warrant in Bankruptcy has bean issued by s said
Court against the estate of Solymen X. Leonard. a
the Count( of Lycoming and State of Pennsylvania,
in said Dipstick adjudged a Bankrupt by petition of
his creditors. and the payment of any debt' and the
delivery of any propertybelonging to said bankrupt
to him, or to rusk and the transfer of any properly by
him are forbidden by law. A meeting of the crediturs
of said bankrupt, to wove their debts and choose one
or more assignees of his estate, will be held at "Court
of Bankruptcy - to be holden at Towandikile., in said
District, on the sixth day of August; A.D. 1860. at 10
o'clock a.m.: at the oflke of Edward Overton. Jr..
M. :. one of the. Registers in BankruV rit gaitt
U.S. Marshal for mid District.
Pittsbtirg, Pa„ Julie 14. 11389.—juns 24-2 t, ,
partnership beretaiare existing under Me name
of ACHIM k VAUGHN. is this day . dissolves' by
mutual consent. All so:smuts Aim the Lie Ann mast
be settles' and paid to 8. W. Amer. isho t hereby
authorized to :smite and collect the same.
P.S.—Haring bought out the interest of Vaughn in
the Steam Grist Hill. 1 will continue 'to caret on the
same in the most satisfactory manner to all of My
customers. I will pay the market price for aU kind,
of Grain at the milt. ?Ulm. Feed sod Meal for sale
at the lowest cash price. S. W. ACELET.
Standing Stone, June 1. 1869. June 24— IL
LIKE I TIME!.! Ti 11174 ! !
The undendgned hereby announces to the public
that he keep* constantly on had at Ma EILN la
BROWNTOWN. Pa.. a` lull supply or freeh burned
NSW PORK LIMB. which he will well as cheap as It
can be bought at any pant along the Canal.
May 1. 18GO-11. DAVID-BROWN.
JCL. PrOTISIOIIII, at wholesale and retail. at
1111 Y 18.1060. , C. B. PATCH'S.
~..$125,000 00
. ... 40,000 00
477 014
1.625 43
, • •
es • Aso likraosos. , ReSidenee at N.
earner. of Second and College Streets.' Moe over
Rockwell's Mom, apposite Means
Towanda. May 18811-4.1.
148 a
Pawl. 4 C. B. PATCIII3.
May 20.
91140.296 94
Itovisknis, se -wholesale and retail. at
sines, and Jellies at all kinds.
• COW= k AM=
. • COWELL k
4. 4
. c.:B. ZATIWIL.
. .
. f
co. or tt.O.A.
ir- (S .
1 P
eistru. $1.050.000—"Alo ts touts.
ClaliUr.24 by Congrelx.llbSti.
CLABEN'EP.. U. ELAti. President
JAY 000I$ Cludrinan Pinsissiend Ex. emn..:
Marit D. 00011 E, Vico President ;• . . .
-EkEliknr‘r.-PEET:'sodurina A4na 'rst :-
1. 1 ..1
; The advantages of the National We IngFance C . o.
a re
Ii It is ca. *Menu
aliniloilliC ol73 l 4 l. . 1
;iti ,. .tHisY ' - "
2. It , has Aaid•up eVtal . of &te. killlioni :
~ 3. It offers low rates of premiums;; . . .
1 :4. it lootAllosir.onn -- .- ,
. -
i...1•11p42144004-- -
i mum,
taiftvg*sen ol4
tT , & Milts 11(1 2 d ers uading by Doter
I ' t rio* =WAN " int " iI T P ,
canoe far go mUctOnclte7 ;
"114.11 aleh°44a rt "n" attachtnent:
& The , Po li del are , (lF" , 4
F. W. Philadelphi4
• -
- • - - - Or 4 r4 AgenYL
B. RUSSELL, ginner.
x. a. EMBER it A. 11. , 3L ON.
es:Agent* for Towanda and vicinity
isc44. l lW , .
lam - awarded dug lllad Prize sttbePirteEiprnMtion,
AdtPl, areT edatberlitaddnea., •
Also; the following State Faire of 160 have, award.,
ed Ude liseldne the Seat premium-:. % •
-X salts*, Ohio; Pennsylvania. llssiachneette , yew
Ifamiltildro, Vermont. Mamma= and Indium •
At the County Fairs Onolalagav °ewe
r% WlWrie. (Means. Tompkins, Seneca: Moira% Her-
Schuyler, Livingston. ands boater others...:
Report of the Committee - off Sewing Machines, at
the State Fair held in Hoeheeter; fall of 1268 "Tout
Committeebave examined the different Sewing Ma
chines, to which their attention was called. and would
recommend as the best Familylifachine for 411 work.
1:1144 HOWeil Sewing Machine. and for the following
reasons coustrudion. 221—Iteg
ninety. of tension on both upper and lower, threads.
sd—Ease of Management. 4th—Great range of work
upon all materials. 6th—The perfect attachments to
the Machine Oar felling, hemmtng. tucking, braiding.,
igullitbag,lbialingand cording. and the ease with which'
WY 'are aPPlted. 6th—The durability of the' Ms;
chine, it being made of hardened steel. and adjusted ,
in its bearings. We recommend a medal:" .
New style Hemmer. Braider, ,Tucker. Qatlter, Cord,
sr, Embioidersr. Binder, Feller and Improved Tuck
Marker. '
It will use any and.erery kind'of thread, from the
Guest to the 'comma. with a much smaller needle
than other machines Be sure and examine one be
fore mi purchase. PTICO from $6O to s2oo,tand every
t tr a a r te warranted. The real value ot onr Manutlea.
Machines for Tallers.Book Shoe, Harness 'And
Carriage Makers. is too well known to month) com
ment. Don't fail to call and see them
EIHEPAIiD k TERNETIt. General. Agents,
20 Lake Street Almira.
Agents,sle by GOODING. RUSSELL & CO., General
Towanda, Pe.
At the old stand of ftnAwn_ttx, k INTWELT., ore 17 , rit
mehing alirge and well selected stock of
onocznres All 3 PROVISIONA
Which they offer to s.:_odl lovers at prima that defy
competition. '-
pater all kinds thrmerre Prodlim
April 21. Is69—tf. - .t - ,
xgraukerrE AND Errirscrsous COALS
The undersigned. having leased the Coal Yard and
Dock at the old'•• Barclay. Basin.•• and just completed
a large Coal-house and Office upon the premises, are
now prepared to furnish the citizens of Towanda and
vicinity with the clblerent kinds and *zed of the above ,
named toils upon the most reasonable terms in any,
quantity desired. Prices at the Yard .until further
notice •
Large Egg.
Bmall Egg.
Barclay' : rc lay '; laimp ' 4, CR
" Run of Mines. - - .. • -3' 50
Fine or Blacksmith 3 00
The following additional charge.a.Will be niddc for
delivering Coal within the bosorigh limits :
Per T0n...50 cents. Extra for carry - 1,34n, 5L cents.
Half Ton-35 . " 25
Qr. Ton —25 " .• 25 " •
* Orders may be left at the Yard. corner of Rail
road and Elizabeth Streets, owat H. C. , Porter's Drug
Store. . • ,
sa,. Oralemmurt in all caeca he accompanied with
fte cash. • . WARD k DIYMC.
Towanda, Much 1, 1840—tr.
US Jewarms, would Inform the people of Brad
ford and surrounding Cm:intim that he has opened
a new Jewelry Store in Canton; where will be bound
cowardly on hand a nicely-selected stock of goods
in his line, consisting of Ladies' and Gents' Gidd and
Silver Watches. of. American.. English. and Swiss
manufacture. Clocks, Jewelry. Gold Pens, and all the
articles nynally, found in a flrat-class Jewelry Store.
All goods sold as reasonable as in any of the sur
rounding cities. and warranted as represented. Re-?
pairing and-jobbing done on shortnothx. and on the
most favorable t.C111114. A liberal share of patronage
Is respectfully solicited.
Troy Street, Canton. Pa., May El,
Fon sail.—The Subscribers offer for ale their
fine Dairy Farm. situated two mile. mat •of Green
wood. McHenry- Co„ "Minnie. • Said farm cont ins
three hundred and twenty acres.cluArelsnd. describ
ed as follows : 160 acres choice *timbered. 100 acres
meadow, and' 6 acres under the plow. Good dwel
ling-housaind outburldings,large cattle barn 36160.
and good orse barn. The • finest living springs tb
the cairn , running through a commodious wining
.Is capable of keeping cows, and is only
.134 miles from Abbott's Churn Factory. Terms one
half cash, balance in easy•paymenta at 6 per cent. in,
terest References—lL-M. Gerould. R. S. .11cEfenry.
Greenwood. McHenry Go.. IR. or F. S. Ayer. Shesbe
quin. F. S. AVER.
May A, 1869—tf. , It. S. ATF.R.
Parsona' Lau of liniillloJ46 . with full directions'
and forms for all Transactiona in every State. by
THEOPHILVI PARnrinik Profesaor of Law in
Harvard rniversity. A s•rw sons roe.. EllnitYßOnT.
Explaining every kind of Contract and Legal Obliga
tion. and showing how to draw and execute them,
The highest and beat authorityin the land. Send for
onr liberal terms. Alan for .onr Patent Bible Proa•
pectus. Rmcr FILM PA.II3LELEE k CO.. Ptlila_
_ acres of the ffneet farming land. the
Conoty Di Los Angelo.. California, at prices ranging
from $lO to $2O (currency) per acre. These lands
are contiguous to the 'Uniting city of Los Angelos,
and are admirably adapted for the cultivation• of the
Orange, Lemon. Fig, Olive, Mulberry. and fruit and
grain of every desiwiptiog. Great attention i. now
being'given to the production of Raw Silk in this di.—
trict, for which the genial climate renders it especially
suited. Arrangements will abortly be made by which
intending emigrants can be 'furnished with guaran
tees for title deeds before leaving New York. For
further "particulars adds.
• -Tu..T.Rnix. EMERY & CO..
March 30, 18S9-3m. Los Angelo.,. Cal.
wife, ORCELLoi. has left my bed and board with
out just esuscronprorocation, this is to forbid - ail per
sons harboring or fruiting her on my account, as 1
shall pay no,debts of her contracting after thie date.
Burlington. June 12,1869-4i* '
wife, LoTrre M.. has left my bed and board
without Just canoe or.provocation, I hereby forbid all
persona harboring or trueting her on my account. as
I will pay no debts of her contracting after this date.
Sheshignin, June 10, 1860-3t* .
Notice is hereby given that all persons indebt-
ed to the estate of 3ILNOR TAYLOR. late of Orwell,
deceased, are requested to.make immediate payment,
and all persons having claims against said estate must
present.them duly authenticated for nettlenient,
And all other work pertaining tiJoine7.Wln be.lelie
to suit our custoiners.
..E.'ersons building, and not living in oe than twelis
to fourteen miles distant. will find it largely for their
interest to buy oru., or bring their lumber end have
it worked by our machinery. Bring your grist of '
Flooring: or other lumber, and while your trim 1,
feeding, have it ground oat and take it bons.' with
We ill pay CASU for .ANt) ITEMIA3CIi
Lin delivered at dhr lumber yard. amt'
s o. or tf yon can't come. write.
Towanda. Feb., USU. L. B. RonGEnt: co. ! ;
; ; 4 1 - N th ; : G . 0. - T 0 T H-E
June 16. 186.6-.
malice returned by the Mercantile Appraiser,
remainin g unpaid on the let day of July, I- shall be
compelled to bring sults for Immediate collectipn. .
C. N. MOILLIi. •
June 16. 186.3
THE Worairao Crass am - now prepared to
furnishall classes with constant employment at their
homes, the whole of this time, or for the spare. mo
menu& Business . new, light and profitable. Fifty
cents to $5 per evening is easily, earned by persons
of either sex, and the boys and girls earn nearly, as
much as men. Great inducements are offered those
who will' devote their whole time to -the business
and, that every person who sees this notice may send
me their address and test the badness for themselves,
I make the following unparalleled, offer : To all who
are not wall satisfied with' the business, I will send
$1 to psi for the trouble of, writing rue. • Full par
ticulars, directions, &c", scut free. Sample sent by
mail for 10 cents. Address L. C. ALLEN,
May 19. 1869. • Augusb. Mo.
Bens PEELEIIii by the Zo_wanda Tanning Co.,
at Greenwood, Bradford Cil:. Ps. Illitbert wages will
be paid during the peeling season. .1..13. 'HOWL •
Greenwood, May 31, 1869—tf. ' •
.1.1 Spices. at C. B. PATCH'S.
Ware, at C. U. PATCH'S:
May 20. •
-a- eTel7l"Cninge BP ;I. 4: AsnlG-pound cans
at' C. 13. PATCWS.
11. Fruits of all Mach in their season, at
Sfay.3o. C. B. WITCH'S:
woo L.--50,000 LBS. 'WOOL
VAT as w . a ist l : tb " hiell e ' 6 , 11 ‘17 11 2.1 I'4l
• 1148 ANCE, AGENCY,
t . fil:; R.'
I,lpd Sy_liqilor fur the following rdiubb,
•. . -
WYOMING L 4801.1114.. cosirArr,
/AIWA/Mpg Car tin COL' bigtllllWE
.‘ . iinlenstc.r.
1 .. , .
..Ttonr AuriticAs ivnn.crez- 014 PANT, -
!fart,/ rd (woe
. . •
firsptanotty Farm AMY Van= laNttr.axec Co.,
• • . • Sprhlgfictot,:Mcno...,,
en - 44astitA.ncr: CUMPAXi
-Amount of Capital Reprrfsentetl,
. $2,400,00‘)
&Tired in tlte abi:4 tampant , ; at
L. V
awl risks taken oh WI kin& of
LOSSES idlueted and-retat-et thip (Ore.
AM the nndenityTted applies' fihrwhrrle ltmr u .et
teution E.XCLORVITELY to the • . ,
Making a earefulland thorough cumination of every
exercisingtare and prompts:mai in renewing
Polidia when about to•expLre(and by a .eareful and
diligent attention to the hominess generally, he hopes
to secure,theconndence and - patronage n of the emu
bluntly. PARTICULAR. ATIT2iTION .given to In.
11111?tilCdpit .." ; • ,
SAItY if.tiLP;X(iS AYL6 - ds.
Cut Polidea ;Titter!: ?Or the term of, 'TIMM Yr-Ahs
on Michdata at the - terp LOWEST BATES.
Tartnera and others deidring to Insure, will do u
to give me a call eehep conong tip {!.w u.
OlDce "second door month of the. Ward 110Lbe.
stake. T. ll: CAMP.
11 Applicatimus icadved and ouneya mad by_2.
F. BOWMAN. Suutl TOwauda ; .L. S. AP....NULL). nart
Smith/kW ; SVP4PD LA , ua:l44tlauell Mill s •
June 24. 1869.
• • C.' S. RUSSELL, .Ageiil
Fur th...fart...i” g -named /7.7,b•••;:,
GM= Fins L 21AmmcINArntyrc Co-1
Ftile44l. )
Capitl and ?tirrbig over
n r aliE IN.G.GANCI:coatrANT. - •
' JN't
Capital and Enridn.- over
CE Co. yr:Sor/1x Aurstwa. /
Capital and aurpina
New Yb rt.. 0
Capital amil,iiiirpina river
Es - 71:r3 raAE. LV. t i Cs eriMPAltile, '
Isn(c4Nlllh it i•
Capital and s-arplila
Ate Tic .1
Capital ant ntiriarls or,r
P-CTZT.,tia 11:sit:RANCE Co)11,.:1.
- ' , !fart/ ord, r,nn.
Capital and surplus 'over •
Ne I
Capita and 11:.; nr.:r
INsr'EANcf: (SlNtr ANT e
Ihrrtj in:. rmea.
Capital and -ut - prtig uNer
Bilks nn all kinds of Property: at As low rates
as by any other reliable Companion.
Policies frilled and Lonsei, Harm. alltuded at
this Agency. thereby sating the trotibli; and expense
of going elsewh.•ru fur settlement. '
10...0ftlee at the Hardware Store pf C riding, Rus
sell k Co. C. S. IITSSELL
Towanda. Feb. 7. lbdr.-tf.
...L 114...NdE SOCIETIrS .Ig.fuey for Bradford Co. •
$5 .50
5 50
Ycarly theonp• over cash.
MaNTANIT ‘'',)
TawAmin, duly '_;. VC:.
/smarter 4geury for Bradford Cothrty.
Mutual Cazfa apf ntion oir ,
ty-s,veu Farr. ,MUNTANYE k WAIT
Towauda, July 25-.,1t467.
PresentS hers. if to the lado•s of Towanda pith a
choice selection of goo, :e. and is f utirt •mbhut • :
being able to naca the justly thscrimiriatlng t: -t--•d
ouch ae :may do her the h,.00r of an einnym,t.o::
her chick. Thanking her former isitroup for then:
favors, she palielts a continuance of we cam.-.
Cng done beautifully and on the phortt,t
Rooms over Cohen .k."lMeenfield's Main Street,, -
Towanda. Oct. 5. 1:368.
STEAM Tr It p y
ylanuiactaring kizull of
Wlreh tia,y t it, trz.le
That caillay . t fail to suit. \V would ta.:•t n ,tom
soticit a call fromthe dvalPrn throlntl: Noct • rt.
sylanuia to an aantinati n 4
(111? .1.\71
Our Toltr,occ , t S 41,
Stock that can he pro:I:re:. in th, market. Gite UP a
try. Thia is c. home 0.11,r - twist,. 314%111 nuccv,l with
a libbtal disposition the track support ho:n—
matutfacturs. MEANS t PHINNEY.
June 4. Is6B—tf. 157 Main Stren, Towanda. Pa.
The.. n11.1,1,1g11pl built a and
dines tall] in the itorountt of Towanda. and tiliesl
with the moat tuodcra and miproied machinery, for,.
tinilll4nufacture of
.1 r
tr Ae pryrar i.
utitit the shortest nonce. We hay? a lartze 1,1
iietS bf MOULDINGS, of the latest etyle and pattern
which' we can . much ebraper dian
worked by hand.
61:04 YVINI
13 -_A_ Ir.. "E, P., 'Y
. SCOrr & ig - rriNioTos
Tairantl.,'..ll,.. 15. 1:1,5.4.
. .
Walt SALE.- 7 7 --THE StBSRIBEIt
of erifer sale alilds real estate iutlii;torongh.
consisting of a Dwelling House and I. , ;rand Groeer,
Store, on the north side of Lombard Stmt. amt
vacant lota on the south aide of said street, tugethhr
with material enough for the construction of thnc
houses. - Th 6 roperty wi
Slay 20, M. D. ll po mold' a t
W bargain.
•; Tuaunda.". 111.7011F.5.
I Ihfr ny, S . )
14 their
CA PIT,kL .:1.10.0,(M14)
On Maul 5trt,..t 1 131n152 ,.1.1 t.r ,, t
is .r.t thy I. ,t
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