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LOCAL AND If GENERAL.
se— A Division of „Sons otTeOpq
j‘, ranee was organized in Waverly last week.
tam. Messrs. - SsAw, BRAIIND & CO.
Lace a fine assortment of vegetables.
IDS. R. M. WELLES has" our thanks
a fine supply of beautiful atrawbeTries.
US. JAY Cam has for sale Pam
phict Laws for the years 18!',1848, 1850, 1851
1 , 52, 1854, 1802 and 1863. •-e
Mesers: - .CALEise 8, illannEn hare
:laded Picture Frames itnd Paper Collars to their
'teak. They have sonie very fine patterns of
IS. If you wielito send your friend
ho has removed from this county an accepta
ble present, subscribe for the Itreonrint, and
b,,ve it regularly mailed to him. • ,
tte... A young man named ALFRED
rI,IIGCSON' hung himself in his father's barn, in
cAurnbis township, orafinrsday night last No
np,tive was assigned for the, rash act
Esvp,-m.—ln publishing the list of
th,offArsofathcna Lodge I. O. ofll. T. last
we printed the name of Miss . Elld WEL..
LEL as W. V. T. The name should have read
C..tIIMICE PAssmonE, a .young
mall engages] on the trestle-ivork in WSsoz, watt
rinnly injured on 'Monday last, by the falling
..1 a heavy stick of timber. His left arm was
in two places. Dr. T. F. MADILL set the
I.n 4:en limb.
M. The main crop of strawberri . ea
,111 have been marketed by the close of this
; and , they are now as cheap and abundant
they will be at any timo this-aeason. People
wish to can or preserve them should se&ere
•` •r berries without delay.
MS- Mr. W. H. SPENCER, of Owego,
111 town for the purpose of introducing the
tvl 'rated Weed Sewing Machine. /US head
virters is at 31ontanyes' Store. Mr. S. comes
highly recommended by the press of Owe
s• au honorable gentleman, every way wor
ilv the confidence of our people.
*T._ Two gentlemen passed this
(1 Wednesday, each M a canoe, on their
to Baltimore. One was a wealthy Boston
.: , -et.b - man. who is on a pleasure excursion. His
~• ttas shipped by rail to Buffalo, where it
Loon hellupon the Erie Canal. The tiny
r: • ~,•igh only about fifty pounds each.
r-ir. Fur a lot of the largest arid
lnseinus strawberries we ever saw. we are
:1.1.1 , ted to Mr. J. G. FlomEr of Monroeton..—
Mr H. has talali a great deal of pains in the
.-Lltivation of Aiiiwberries and has all the choice
,rieties. Mr. Woon will sell the berries from
nis vines thi4 season.
Fe- The students of the Elmira, Fe-
College, accompanied by a large number
• t'c i ni.ena , left Elmira on Tuesday morning last
1.. r a trip to Lake Superior. They will be ab
et about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Film
] 1; . are in the party.
Itomr..—A' Strawberry Festival, for
[, Iwnetit tho Baptist Mural, will be held
:0 the house of W. ('. MAyNAun, in Rome, on
ittesday evening next.
Rev. S. F. COLS will preach on the subject
Ictoperatice, in Rome, on Sunday afternoon
• \t. at 3 o'clock.
The East Bradford ~ Advocate is dead. Debts
~ , tara,ted by the editor . cprevious to taking up
r.••idmuee among the generous and hospita
ia oph.of Bono. was the eattse. •
ct L rlPElisox.kc.—CoL H. P.,McKEAN
. t place participated in the grand Knight
• %plan. celebration and parade in Philadel
nal la:t (Ai.
Poi Mae, returned from the Waco Jubilee.
IL IL; Pi lias lwen appointed Post
•1. 1. at I;nrlington vice PuttANnEtt LONG
1 . 1111 IN DER 1...N.6 of Burlington, laza rennur
• N, lirmar Corm., where he is engaged
'::,~ U~u•, lm~im~••
ham jaht compret,d a beanti
1,1 of Di , ..Nsw. MONTANTE.
--CuAntrs PLATT, a prominent andinfluential
of 0 weg'.., dit•d in that plate hn Saturday
Ii 11. has resigned
S tlit, tlihtne
'kir,. E. U. Cesti,nl,ll.and itisses ..k.N . iitt and
1r (;,stnat, II bare -"n e ne s t i n r e m a in
t JAMES SIWIZTEI.I.I: arrive Al in town
. .. , !,.iday. 11.. will SII Old a Kixty day,: furlongit
site tri..nd, In tlun comity.
Knr,s, A., and famhyliste
• vi,iting in this placefor thepast few days.
V. W. WurEcocx returns the largiA income
limn in Waverly.
.` Neighbor KINNEY, editor of tho
ADVOCATE has an income tax to pay.—
....t,%.pti:gl to tlwrult
I. -tryt Doputy institut,Nl a Degrcra
f Tomplars at Athens last week,
. • ;,11.;1 otlicers: I). T.—E.
.Ir . It. V. T.—)lint ELIA WELLEv.
)1. ELEy, Jr., Treasurer--Miss AN
ii VI 2:I 11,1 j ,• iin . ll the Gaud Teta
Ei. , intEr. and .1.
ent,•+ f u Bradford county
4' . , ;1N '16 , 11 nn•t in Philinlel.
•1 . E. W. II (i. l'ArroN and NV. NS
ating in Canada
editor of Owego GA
her relatives 11l this place.
L'.• 11111,0..11,4 - Eurtsi r. pays the following
•-:• co:1106.1o. to Dr. HUMPHREY :
i the well (mown and ef
.,l .penal of the Post Office Depart
, :it for the p:t.st eight years, was in town yea
• lay. Ile is jut back from.the great Peace
.1;; , ;11,-,• at 140.t04, which he, gives a very en
-11; • Ic a c e, In the general change there
• 71. thus far to be tu, rotation for Dr. Holt
-I'.l.ltrY. WliethiT this is a special compliment
f his talitatif, services to thE Department, or
a,knowleflganent of his efficient and upright
tact. it is ciiimlly just and well. No better
r or mare worthy man ever filled public po-
iF RiONTS OF COWS AND COW OWN
- . Eno--01::—I notice "W.'s " comtunni
in last week's REPORTER, headed "Cow
.'itra44. and Nuisance," with astonishment, and
1L1..a1,), with alarm, were it not that our
bit-wed with a board of miod, easy,
•I. e..mmilmen. •
I'.r that said entrageons article might
. • .or ri adf•rs to an infringement upon the
rae.., please let them see the other
..f tie- argtunent. I sin astonished that "W."
.11 i übje, t ti, onr enjoying our time honored
• Ito we not supply our owners with milk,
. and golden butter? many of our
.. I purr widows, poor laborers, and
I eople, who do not own rich pastures.
we be deprived of the privilege of
• .:ng the grass short and even in your streets
public grounds, thereby saving the use of
--v the and lawn mower? who has a better
to the grass than we? what if we do pay
..,ft and savory respects to the sidewalks?
. .110 Ladies object? jet them wear shorter
. Does a careless pedestrian, or a tippling
.:11p down into —, good enough for him.
i• • p. • , ple build better fences, keep their gates
'7l mil' better fastened, if they aro so bard
l ai to wish to deprive us of the innocent
• , ,1 trimming their evergreens and frriit
' - o , people complain at our browsing a
I•lr—t shade trees? Then let them set out
r trees and stake them so high that we
clout, to the tops. P.
Mr. Editor, I go for free rights for us cows,
1 that fences be dispensed with. We
.1i Lll , ll sa. e the citizens the labor of miner
, • gardens and cultivating theni, too.—
yaws and mowers can be done away,
1 ,- hiabor, time, anxiety and money be
I.t.half of the much abused sisterhood.
113. We - ark Mieb, *4 3 4.1 , Cer
usual smoly dtloi it y411166' roeort
i rP l i g N rA r t l r4B4l **!!T ts
• • C- "
IS. We are directed by Mr. Fak
arm toetate that t 6 rime of chimptcr, mot
making extenairo arrangements 14 the great
cm road in that Vice on the
/kr The EiViginal qMre-4 Fain.
which opened on Noidayeradng is Measlier
*ed. It will pintahV'eksta .
receipts will amount to shunt one-thousand
dollars, or enough to, pay - iliCllo .
the Church. • 2, •
is. No better eviderneeof the
crease in the business of our Mitt asp bo offer
ed than the fact that ergy amtlaldeloe* tic" is
sought out. Aniongthe• latest argil's 'lre ttii
tiro E. J. Cammetm, who has jig °pasta *first..
class Boot and lame Store, south aide Mercies
new block. ' Judging from the appearance of
Mr. C.'s, stock, he is an Wald hand at the big
ness," and knows 4rhatiobuy.
ma. Nothing tends so much to cre
ate a healthy state of lmatness in a town,Ais up:
right, honest merchants. It is a fict that To'
wands has ever been noted for the irreproack- .
able character of her business men.; Among
'them none are more worthy than Mows= &
ANSIBEL These gentlemed have conducted
their business in a manner to reflect credit np
iin themselves and the place, anit-Wifgladly rec
ommend them to the patronage of in who Want
first-class goods in the line of hats and caps.
us. A difficult operation was per
formed at the office of Dr. G. 11..Wenicen, of
Leßayaville, on Tuesday of last week, in the
presence of soma of the citizens there. .A lit-,
the girl of Mr. Hinton Dumas of South Hill,
got a triangular piece of green &mein thillo6-
tril so far up that all efforts on Upi pert of
family to extract it failed. By a little. eilliful
stratagiim the Dr. Succeeded in quickly and
situffnibl removing It without injury to the child
and to the great pleaSnie of the 1;4146124in.
sal. A min e r from Barplay,. accom- .
pealed by his betrothed...visited thisplace; en Midair
last for the purpose of getting ..sielkeed." • They te.
paired to the cam of Siqrdree Bourn but not And.
Lug that funetkwary in, they were eonsultinias ire
the best plan to be pursued, when TL' Aux
mama happened ice be passing. and Wu asked' it be
would take the job ofMakt the twain one. Oil
course he could not refuse; t where could they
go to have the ceremony performed? Mr. Nona
was applied to for permission to use his store, widen
was granted. After the knot was tied the happy hus
band handed die officiating clergyman a V. and de.'
parted, as well satisfied and 'ham as though the
troth had been plighted to a (*bated or a lafthAv
entre drawing room, instead of a liquor store. — '
An adjourned session of the
Court of Common Pleas of Bradford county, con
vened on Monday last. This session was called
for the purpose of disposin the McDun=
will case, and no other causes will be taken up.
A jury, composed of the following-named gen
tlemen, was empaneled on Monday afternoon,
and the examination of witnesses is now pro
ceeding : Philander Holcomb, Miner T. Porter,
Benjamin Denton, John Tomlinson, Ehlin B.
Case, Allen Boller, Silas N. Earner, Darius G.
Manley, Samuel A. Chamberlin, Calvin East
man, Frank Daly, Wilsey Rogers.
Hon. 11. liancria, P. D. Monnow, Wm. Wier
ms, and E. Hzasrcx, Ja., are qounsel lor'the
legatees, and H. W. PATRICK, JACOB DEWITT,
E. Swan and H. B. Meßkss for the contestants.
The trial will probably occupy ten or twelve lian.
ATIi.EN' B.—We enjoyed the leasure
of a visit to our sister village Athens, I st week.
It is one of the oldest and most pleasantly lc.
cated towns in the State, and has many natural
advantages which Towanda is deprived of; but
for some reason its growth is slow. AThe rail
road does not seem to be of much advantage to
it. If more capital was invested in manufactur
ing establishments the place would compete
with any of the towns in Southern New York, at
it cannot be excelled as a , place of residence and
if there was business enough to warrant it would
soon be idled with enterprising, first-class busi-
Through the politeness of Mr. C. T. lieu. and
the MeArs. Bioon, we were shown through
the extensive establishment of the latter gentle
men, which consists of several buildings well
filled with machinery of all kinds, for the manu
facture of agricultural implements, nail kegs,
and cast iron work of evei-y description, A large
force of men is employed, and business to the
amount of several hundred thousand deters
transacted every year. Their nail keg business
alone is immense, and is carried on upon
a large scale. The logs are sawed, elites and
heads cut out and put together, in most syste
matic and expeditions manner, and by the use
of the most improved machinery. They also put
up and thin a large quantity of these staves and
heads. They era now filling an order for a Har
risburg firm, of twelve hundred thousand staves,
Sawing, planing and mortising of all kinds is al
so executed to order. The citizens of Athena
arc greatly indebted is these gentlemen, for
their enterprising spirit, and we are glad to
know that their efforts are appreciated, and that
they have busing,' enough to crowd their shops
to their utmost capacity.,
Athens has several stores which would be
creditable to a more wide-a-wake town. Among
them are E. ll , Ennicx Ji.'s Drug Store, and
PARK and Krivszn's Dry Goods Stores. All these
appear to keep a full line of goods, of a better
nality than we generally look for in a loyrn of
The First National Bank of Athens, is an in:
htitution, which should not he overlooked. Un
der the careful and judicions management •of
President HARBIN and Cashier Sr.u.nr.vo,lt has
attained the enviable reputation of being one of
the best regulated bankipg institutions in the
country. Wc.-regret that . a severe affliction of
the eyes at present conthies Capt. SPALDING to
his house, but his place is Well filled by Mr.
the : teller.
Among the new improvements which are now
in progress, is the fitting up of a neat and con ,
venjent room for the Post Office, just north of
the Exchange HoteL We congratulate Post
maste7r Herr on the change from the old office
- to the new.
Some of,the finest dwellings to be seen any-,
where in the country, grace the village of
Athens. The elegant mansion of Col. Wzraia i
just opposite the "Exchange" is nearly hidden
from view in front by shrubbery, giving the
place a very inviting and romantic appearance,
especially during the summer season, and af
fords a most delightful retreat for the Colonel
when ho requites rest froni, the active and ardu- .
(mai duties in which he delights, while projecting
and carrying out great improvements. Other
less pretentions,but really neat places attracted
our attention. Among thorn those of H. W. PAT
'act, Esq., F. N. Pao; Manor, Dr. Cou
nts, H. A. Em, and others, whose owners
names we did not learn.
The County Convention Lodge LO. of-0. T.'
held a session in that village on Wednesday and
Thursday, and we were heartily pleased to'no.:
lice so large an attendance at this busy season
Of the year. Among the delegates present were
those who would lend dignity and power to any
deliberative body. Q. W. C. T. Cain, presided
at the meeting, and addressed the citizens of
Athens on the subject of temperance, on Wed
nesday evening. Mr. C. is one of the ablest
men in the State, and hasbeen a life-long advo
cate of total abstinence. He is a gentleman of
urbane manners, pleasing address, quick per
ception, and deep thought. All the good that
he has accomplished will not be known until
that day when the i deeds of all men are made
manifest. Of the delegates from the County
who were there we noticed Rev. D. Cuari, B. S..
Dawn:, Ir Gurza,t.T. B. Rzzvr, E. Hzaaunt, Jr.
Rev. Mr. DEAN, Gen. Parris, F. Buns,'
Lieut. WooD, J. C. WELLTS, and many oilier
equally earnest men and women. We were par
ticlarly struck with the. character and appear
ance of the members of Athens LOdge. In ad
dition to the names of the delegates mentioned
above we noticed Liss Ems Cox
rrocz, Mr. Mx!, Oen. Wns.isroz, H. C. BAIRD,
and R. C. Stvainattoz, clearly proving that the
cause of temperance has the approval and sup
port of the best citizens of the place ; bat we
were surprised to see that while , nearly all the
members of the bar were interested in the good
cause,not one of the ministers of the gospel
there attended the meeting.
In connection with the subject of this clearest
tion it may not be uninteresting to members 'Of
the Order to know that the first Lodge of Good
Teruplars organized in Pennsylvania was huitl
tnted In Athens.
• Pull proceedings of the convention will be
found in another column, ihrnlihed by the Sib
lai The itegepirmleekOyetieetin' g
alai° eopnty conyeanAi4, LO. of G.T.,
Ikela RI Athens list Week. Thir likieretafi
riielied Us With tier folititiing TepOrt Of
: Awn* Mrs 16th, le*
calledhiardier at *O'clock:P. Ita W.
O. & B.:Elissus, >D ithitir. Mater Wsdatatip
pohsted IC V. T. ; Bro. Bauftost ; littler Roue
n* D. Wir. ; Ira. WlLinao.- - 4 motion to op
paint a Nisbet= Coinnifttee 4 Wair *tied. W: o.
T. appointed Bros, Tncrurson, Beier and
.Iporovnittrie an Credentlidity Brokfts :rus.
TvOi su4:azzwi. Moped tc'cpifuouni tm Sy
imams ilimitototintioli collar to order
4 5 8 o'er. P. W. o.: W. T.; in'Atair.Bro. Outer
*pointed P. W. C. T. ; Brix Bnapp.l . W. ; Bro.
COM R. H. EL ; Bro.:Dean, Chap. Bro. Houston. - 0.
EL Mates of last meting read-sad adopted.—
GM:cdtue on Credentials rein; sae, Loiters tepee.
seated, Si: Wialnahrg Lodge Brian, TerrTiOsi . :
No. 540, Athena 467, Clinton lA*: 493, Ninth To
wne& sa, Northern No. 222,_
,TrOasit No 500. Oen'
tril 500, Ilmithfiehl No. 52L Badness committee re
patted the following crdm of Budneer,_ to wit; . Ist
mfr.P rc .• /1 ;" 2016 _ I
to ngt - 111 . 0 .x.R1. 343 0 3 . 1 /4 00 4
revolted menamena the Constitution. 3d, BA
part at Cammittimon Reeolutions.' A committee - mar
Desolation consisting of Bros - Welles, Mutt Mid'
White, was appointed. Reportsfrome ' being
an order the dftferenttiohisenki, • zepOrtas follows :
Wyoluaing Lodge; Bros. flulteee and Gaylord report
Ins very prosperous condition with 140 members t'
Tarrytown, Brit cwt. Lids" tnAgood condition,
about 53 members . ; Athena Lodge,Bro. Beeves, re.
ports Lodge doing well. feltiatingfroni 8 to 8,-abont
every Lodge night, Lodge Not; about 100 members ;
Bro. Dart marts front Canton Lodge doing a good
work, have two Lodgesin the phioe., lbw in • itrit
condition has 225 members; -Bareire. drool , 40 mos
heti Lodge growing ; North Towanda, Brix Thom
der repintaindge doing mirth goad ; meMberrhaP
60; Northern Lodge—Bro.Bellum reports much op
position. but bound to „prevail, membership 100.—
Trojan—Bm. Beebe repornre good Lodge, and:doing
a good work ; Central. No..tiftli, Lodge in- a prosper
ous condition, 50 members; timithheld—Bro. ; Allen
reports lto members, Lodge Ina good condition.
A MotiOn to adopt the coustituticareacommendttd
by the Grand Lodge carried. On motion, 'decided to
adopt Start. by art. By request the conatilatilize wee
read by the 804. after - width Hyrum. adopted. 'Sect
rotary was izurtFected to send a_ copy of the new con
stitution to each Lodge in the county. •
;On mption Btio, ptare nos repelited . 4 9 1U,0 n 4.
the idinberk _of !Shia' einiintion LinAtin thirritten
work of the Order as soon as business would permit
On motions comottter WeSintwobitestis, corselet •of
one delegate from each Lodge to reccenmend D. D.
G. W., C. T„ for the County of Bradford. committee.
Bra. Gaylord Wyaltming Lodge, Bro. Miller Terra ,
town. Bro. Herrick Athena, Bro. Diet Canton, Bro.
Thompson North Towanda, - Brother Weller North-
em Lodge 'fro. Beelse,Trojact Bro. Beeves. Athena,
. Bro. Bnapp4omtraL
On motion convention took a recess for 10
minutes. Lodge called to ceder, committee on D. D.
`submitted the following :
Resolved, That we -recommend ;the division of 1 I
Bradford county into three district, to be called
Western. Eastern and Middle districts, viz : All that
of said county tying west ot Overton. Barclay,
Franklin, Burlington, Smithfield and Athena town
shall constitute the Western district, and we
wouldlecommend Bra. Vein for D. D.'ll* said 'dia.
Wirt All that part of said district lying east of Al
bony, Monroe, North and. South Towanda. Wyeox,
Boma Mid Litchtield townships shall constitute the
Eastern district; and would recommend fiv D. D.
Bro. Craft, and sal 'those townships lying between
the Eastern and Western districts shall constitute the
Middle district, Ind we would recommend 'Bro.
'The follmtingresotuttons were offered anOdopted
Resolved, That the thinks 4116 convention be Ids;
en to the Bradford Reporter and NortrLein Tier Gaulle
for their courtesy In printing advertisements and
.prriceedings of this convention. •
Resolved. That this 'convention does hereby coo
=Bro. S. B. Chase on his re4fiecilon to the
office in the gift of our order in the State of
aid; That the thanks 'of this convention, and
of the Good Templar* of Bradford Co. are due to
Bro. Wm.. Patton for his earnest. enicient and self.
sacriAcirui labors In the cause of temperance. and
that we regret that the Mate ofis health renders it
inexpedient for him to continu e the labors of hie
Adjourned - till 7 o'clock to-morrow.
JUNE VI. MOUNING Bveacrs.
Convention opened at 8 o'clock, G. W. C. T. Chase.
pm Wing. Bro. Craft offered amendments and ad
ditions to the constitution which sere adopted. On
motion. Bro.. Hall was chosen delegate from North
ern Lodge and Bro. White from North Towanda. De
cided that the next session should bo.held at Smith.
field 4tliWednesday' of t3ept. On motion a commit,:
tee of dye was appointed to nominate officers for the
year ending Sept. 1870, ctmelating of Bros. Herrick,
Thompson and Beebe and tasters: Honeton and
Phelps. On motion, convention took a recess. Con
vention called to order, catmint:tee on nomination
reported the following : W. C. T.—Bro. Craft, W. V.
T.—Sister Ella-Welles,. W. 8.-8. W. Alvord, W. T.—
'C. E. White: Bro. Gaylord was also nominated for
W. T. The three drat lamed were elected 'sithont,
opposition_ On a vote being 'taken for Treaanrer, ,
B. White received a majority of the votes and' was
W. C. T. appointed the following odkene
Bro. parsons, CantOn Lodge. W. D. 31.:} -Slater
Bean, lirlington. W. 0. I3—Bro. Tau Aunt, .Wya..
lacing Lodge, W. I. 0, Sister Phelps. Smithfield'
' Lodge, Executive committee—Bro. Bishop. Northern
Lodge, Bro. White, North Towanda Lodge ; Bro..
Herrick. Jr..,fithena Lodge. The following resoles-
non was offered and ably dismissed
Heroical, That we regard the Bill Introduced into
the Legislature of Pennsylvania. :by Representethre
V- ante L.Maajudnittue and wise,and that our mem
bers should nee all honorable means for its passage
at the coming session of the Legislature.
Revolted; That the thanks of this Contention are
hereby li tendered to the Pa. k N. Y. Wit. Co. for their
liberality in giving our members a free return pas
sage on their WIL
Resolved, That the 'thanks of Chit Convention are
dne to the Mears of the Dutch Reformed ChurCh
for their cotaterg in opening their doors to our Lee,
turer, Hon. 8. B. Chime, and to the Masonic Prater.;
nity for the use of their Hall for the purpose of this
On motion, Bro. Clow gave instruction In the nn.•
mitten work of the Ordet
On motion. Convention adjourned to meet at
Szattblieldath.Wedneaday 'Of Sept.
OM. The Ccimtnencement Exercises
of the Departments of thoBusquehanna Collegi
ate Institute will bo held next week as follOws
of the Model School at the Institute on Tuesday
evening at V. o'clock. Cf the Male Departincnt
at the Presbyterian Church Wednesday after
noon at 3 o'clock and the Female Depart
ment; and the gradiating class it same place
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
D®' The great demand for Fire
works on and about 'our national Holiday has
Jed to great improvements in the manufacture
of these goods. :
Hadfield of Brookfield has succeeded so Nsell
as to have gained the acknowledged leadersitip,
and Hadfield 'Fireworks are a staple itrtiele in
all large ilispl-
line of thei
WAITS—PARKER—Chi • the 16 inst.; at the •
residence of the bride's parents by the Rev. W.
R. Perry, Rector of Trinity Church, Means
W. Watts, of Towanda, to Maggie 1, second
daughter of Ira Parker, Esq., of Geneva. •
WILCOX—PARKER—At tbb earn,, time and
place, by. the same,J. Seymour Wilcox, late
-of Towanda to Ella, one of twin daughters of
its Parker, Esq.
GREEN—BLACK—At Toiranda, on the 18th
, inst. by Rev Haßeek' Armstrong, Mr. Ralph
Green to Miss Elizabeth : Black , both of Bar.
: • clay.
DAVIDSON—NORTRRUP—AIbany Juno 20,by
Richards Esq., Edgar E. ' D avidson to
less Isabelle Northrup both of 3lonroeton. '
VAN TIIEL.—In Tor, /dm, Juno 13,1869, Charles
IL, infant son of Jaa . W. and. Hannah E. Van
Tnyl, aged 2 weeks l spil days. .
_,Sruaramum•---1. rq+4 M , to. 01
orders at wholesale anailati&at =et
Return all Crates and : l3ena proumily. I use
the Gothic Fruit Boxes, which hold even. tall
69 640 cubic inches. A quart, dry measure,
bolds 67-940 inches. semen, veneer,
fruit boatsq hold even full but 60/ cubic, inchew
Remember the diffurenas,-4011 12 per cent.
quart boxes atvi allmarked with W;
July 23. q R. lif. Witt:Litt
Read the following recommen
dation Trom perecone edio'haTe need the Wiwi
Swam Mita= . 1.3114 Othei Ozone if Pike
towneldp'4l be refined to
To THOSE WHO HIT=I.IIkI:2LLEENO EIEWMO
Mamma' nude : We, the de ed, citizens of
Bradford Cowl% haling num sod the . Wood
Sewinglfaeldne of the Agency. B. Srarc:at,'
cheerhay reoconsneuil to,tha tarot .
'want of a ilatt•chee maid& We , ha ingt tiled
'Novena kinds of Sewinglbehinee,.. .tbe.
Weed TEr, seer.
B. B. Munn;
CV_llfr.l l 3 )l ,lcestia
Zane 2S. • A - S. 11.Howowniso
emation, Hat* day jogilkilliM; at .W :
Pa. The A:Mewing LO. of (LT.
mut S;ni&il on k i1n 4 1(174*
rota, VIM, ' Sugar Mang,
lawn, and plaeing. The
lien will loran lit re folmak am. * at the -
my, andweereL A _
riae T, kid 1)7 1 .04 -
u•I fen the oecaikauf4
rinn,Teseop, Mioyer,` .
D.Airy. Mmap easimmanillian
with handeadvonu =dmDinner.
Ailed by Mr. J. Lamm and Millar willakin
max BE memo ALL DA=: Mule, tends and
speeches di! p.imod egrW display of raw
works in the evening. AII are invited to attend.
Damn f.kitni : ,
' - •
, aft. Nawitbsta ,l n anew
ni t the Immo 6ntolnta bola-the w
AM although we have, sold great snubbers
ly; still we. are raft !co lef Auk tbeio.PoP
and staple Machines. Tours respettfall
' STEAWlrila l t' fitir r lPJ
HOlllreB Celebrated Stein 'is or
Wholesale and retail, at Grp., H. Wootee
Store at the lowest mart et' wham We
can attention to the fact' that the square
- are larger-tban tholothin boxes, as will be'
bj actual ineasoretnegt and that Mr. Ho
berries aroma& nice:rill= those ofyr. W
and that.tho will . be sold verT, low. -
Tnne 28,4869. , . • - ,
go„. We he - iindereignill wit
invite the attention of a mpainal and in
gent publie- to those bailments we -11,
and Which melba piilyPiancur in this c. on
try and Zucca, :With full lied Pram-, in
which all the stringsreet upon wooden . r
ings, and in which none alba butting . ins
go thrimgh ' the iron plate. ' The ' a&
vantages I gauped by this arniegement ale
many ; a more refined `quality of. Us,
sweetness, great power, equality of ne,
and of standing in tune better than uny tit
er Instrument now in , use. .Also ,are t he,
thoughtful and economical buyers- of Or
gans and Melodeons for home nee, as ell
for Church and Sabbath Schoeir retpeit ful
ly invited to 'exambie - otr iristriiiients 'oh
for quality and quantity' of tone are to
trronVilti ritailkiihj Obstrver, '4lOl. .1
Final. Pintwxust.—By reference to tb , list
which we publish elitewherii, it will be :eon
that the Singer Sewing Machines (both am
ily and manufacturing) carry off the i ret
premiinns from the State Fair:which a .ses
to-clays,. ; .It is worthy ; of remark that. .ose
'Machinei are rarely seen at fairs; and the
Singer Co. have not entered.into the ge , er
al scramble for premiums which has c are
aceeriz,ed the past few years. Theitge t in
thIS city , aw fit ,' hciwever; to come on •on
this occasion in force, • 'aid netwithitiva lag
the competition!was eharp—the . Wheel r Jr ;
Wilson, Grover .t, Itaker,ritc., iirc., joi ing
in the contest—it was plain to be a en,
when the practical . tests were applied, : bit
the "plumes" must be handed over to the
Sing.r ,Mrichines. • ,
, _ ,
THE AMERICAN PIANO FORTI
hiestimitfoltnes & Passage, Tow/miffs, :
are agents for the American Piano, an '
Boardman & Gray:Patent Improved I
lated Iron Rim and Frame Piano Fo
The iron rim and frame are'east in one
plate; and insulated friim contact with
sounding board and vibrating parts. T
pianos have great strength, and are es
411 y athipted for schools and for dist
where tuners are difficult to he obtai
The wood and over-string scal-s giv
cohnedtion with 'tile suspension had);
full, round, powertul and sweet tow.
small-six d cases take up but little rt. ,
yet aro elegant - in appearance.
These Pianos have taken thirty flint
Minim, gold and silver medals end di,
mas, at the Mechanics' Institute, in
York, and at State Fairs in various St,
They have been exhibited in London, w
'testimonials to their excellence in a
'near -and* power of tone, end delica
touch, were voluntarily forwarded by
of the first pianists of Europe.
These instruments are, in all those
pects which make a perfect Piano F
pre-eminently superior to any ever b
We are, agents for O. H. Eldridge's
tape Organ, single and doable needed
the celebrated Dodge .4.; Lord htelodeo
the family circle,-eharches, schools, &
which we invite.the attention of the cit
of Bradford county. Euerg instrument
ranted to give satisfaction.
Jurtelo-tf Houttrs & PAPS&
STRAWBEERIESI—GoHod for th hi,
of old and young. Prepare to buy, sel
eat. The sub criber will in a few da
prepared to supply Strawberries at• w
sale from his heafiipuirte
theberry season, at Messrs. Mix & Men
Grocery Storein Mercer's New Block.
Orders from dealers, families and to
committees, for 20 or wore tiri?rts, tin
wholesale rates. • • '
Orders solicited frum dealers atri o
in all the neighboring towns and places'
promptly filled. Berries shipped by s'
express or otherwise.,
" I have Crates holding 10, 20, and 45
each ; also Tray Crates (best for car
berries in nice condition) holding 32
each, fur supplying festivals, parties,
We expect the berry season to en)
with us about the 18th June. .
R. M. Wra,
Towanda, Juno 9-11.
Tae BASE BURNING AMERICAN
INO STOVE.±-24RE 1111 , 110yE3LENTS AN
IJOBE PATENTS.—After a long series of
riniento, we have added the Base Be!
principle to this already world-rend
Stove, -by means of hot itir °hornbill
front and rear of the of tho fire-bor,
'regulator at the pipe c.dlar. With thi!
prove ment we accomplish the fol!owi
la A coal fire eau be k,lit wint.•
.rePlenishyrg the fire twi.:e e7ery tweet
2d. Ali continuous fire eau be kept th
the inter with the consumption of
than 20 lbs. of coal in 24 boars, au..
oven kept in baking order a large port"
1.. R. FnoRT, Sec'y
3d. 'The coal will be • thoroughly
snmed.without the usnal'amount of ci
'and clinkers, and the annoyance of
ing the grate every morning to mak3 a
4th. For a wood fire, with two mo.
sized sticks of dry wood, a fire can b
from 45 to'lB hours without any trop
This will be found the greatest im !
ment yet znade in. Cooking Stoves.
all the advantages of a self-feeder with
gieatei economy of fuel, and without
conveniences. It is fully securedby I tters
SHEAIt, PM:MAIM & Co.,
• I . 17 and 19 Green 8 ,
• Albany, N Y.
For 'sale by Conzince, ~ To
-wands, Pa. • - 'April 27, 69.
in a tali
t o ir n
AYER'S HAIR 'rico!, For rest , ring
'Gray Hair to its natural Vitaiity.and Color.—
A dressing 'which is at once agre • ble,
healthy,. and effectual - for preservi ,gthe
hair. Phded or gray hair is .. to its
original color ieilh the gloss and fresh sof
youth. Thin hair is thickened, faint hafr
checked, and baldness' often,.. thong
always,, cured by its-nse. - Nothing .•
store the hair where the follicles are de.
ed, or the glands atrophied and de.
But such att remain can be saved for
mess by this application. ,Instead off.'
the hair. with a pasty sediment, it •
it clean and Vigorous. Its occasion
will prevent the .hair from turning •
falling off, and consequently prevent
nese.. Free from those delete:done an
:ce r s which make some preparations
:one and injurious to the hair, the Vig
'only boat bat - not harm it. If
nietilrf6r 'V half - dressing, 'nights
can be found so desirable. Contamin
Aber oil nor dye, it dee* not soil whi •
brie, and yet lasts long on the hair, gi • ;
'a rich glossy lustre and grateful rierfu
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
- tied and AnalyticalOhemists, Lowell,
, Sold by Dr. H. C, Porter Towanda,
Druggits,. & Dealers in medicines
;• • Nov. 28, 1.
FOR RRNT.—EIOOIie and Lot,
good garden. Enquire - of Joan D. M
at Towanda. Coal Co.'s Offices r
• une 10-tf.
Foa Mort—One house,and
of.rooma in Towanda' boron A
(*it NIaHQLS; &nue, ;
Towanda. June to,
/19sT , The , ppraott - who
rtnietl otaid - " Taviinee OiP
a la* rolnme bound is Wadi -
Oblige* bi rattirOaft 8;4 •
. :W. Drrrinen Co.. I
at Chamberlain's Jewelry Sto
Wzariteu &..J3Lear., Agqg
• - •. Towan.l
• -IGiiimit us Ind s jtosrpwar,
I :—The Inds
.114ttier of , Good
- invite ' Wilms r ` an d:. idstor
=dam.`eigio*Ao Unit* in; t i lts nide.
tmensi of 'CO& Nationd
/ftiltiptHidenoti, 47 411k_Onlial* -it Gimp,
tawkwith ei lf - liatexer, Meir.
Y 4 ,Sii ' _ 1 61 4. i
iTi" am* Mid Bo :Qom .. -• who
the Wads:a id tektai^',. ''.• -' -. 2 - . 7- j -- =-2r-' , --
;BY 64eir, of ths.oosuidttna :. - . 1 ' ' :•-
- - - ' .r• - j ''- If. S. IPliktF.ll, - -
:June 16-it , • Gyll 8 phILEN
-- ..."..- " ___..,-fl••
.- la. Mir. Hsu begs_ ease to pre
sent his thinks - for the . "Merit pstro
nage heretofore extendoO to and to in
form his friOhdie Mid the Prfb 'keherslly.
thot he is 4111Y.P • 14) = 41 "r ide
foal* or partm•withiny in line
*of lee - :Crean;:. Confections 84 , Sweet - Meats'
oth Tem short ?ato., Etto .- 1i0.„3 Petrone
Bl oc k. ..1, ~..,.... ...., , ~. ~. , 2.3_, - ,kprilillt
MILS AT A BARGAIN
rot on "Noithesn UAW -
borough. Enquire of •
:May 18, '69.-tf
Nsw Hausa '
rot SALS emeir.l---The
subscriber offers for sale b . , dwelling house
jest completed on State Stri c rgnear Judge
MeroneaVvertobew Ea •ot:T. Ma
nia, at . Barber Shop. fday27--31 '
FOyRT4 OF- JIILY AT Tag ',lloL
otors Hotris, - rmll4.'Pa. are invited to
1-attend a Dance, Friday July 2.1869.
hinsio:-.11. H. Smith's Co • on Band. BM,
"NATHAN TIDD, J ust ice of t
Vence, in office with E. Overton dr., fro
lig the Court "Efonse,and over Pettis do t
dim i ltivertiegniflts•
WICKHAM & BLACKS
We are prepared.to furnish jou and everybody with
a full lino of '
FiggiY . o# O s for tly3;
ETEIBTTIONS SUPPLIED AT 't DISCOUNT.
To the trade we offer
HADFIELD'S BEST GOODS,
ART . LOW FIGURES:
"G E "
1710 L ESA .41;
WICKHAM & BLACK'S. • •
• Towandluno 24, 1869.
f r. .% :AND .
CORNER 3IAIN ANIAIRIDOE STREETS
Dealers In all kinds of
WOOD, NALL() and STONE
'VT _A_ !
We would call Prpecial attention to our Mock of
FLOUR, SUGAR, TEA & eGFFEE,
Which we WARRANT to give satisfaction in
QUALITY' :4 .37D PRICE.
CASH paid for desirable Country
M. J. LoNo. ff. L. KEELER.
Tapioca, Vermacelli, Maccaronl, Sago, Pearl -Harley
and Hominy. Oakley's, Taylor's, and Ford's
Family Soaps. Holman's, Talmadge,
and Royal I Baking Powder.
"Mac Gem " Fruit Jar.
Baker'aChocolate, Cocoa and Broms.
" Titus " Creatn, Lemon and Extra Soda Crackers.
" Grant's " Wafer, ninc, Boston. Egg and Dotter
LONG, & KEELER.
Towanda, June 2d, 1852.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
This Bank offers UNUSUAL FACILITIES for fhb
transaction of a
, GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
MEREST MUD ON DEPOSITS ACCORDING TO
SPECIAL CALLE GIVEN TO TUE COLLECTION OF 110T16
Parties wishing to fLm'n mower to any prirt of the
United States, England, Ireland,• Scotland, or the prtn•
cipal cities and towns of Europe, can here procure
drafts for that purpose. . ,
To ar.from the old, country, by best steamer or sail
ing li nes, always on hand.
FA.1111.110 - 3 113101IGHT OVER XV /1611c1CD Mies
highest Price paid for VS Bondr, Gold and Silver
E. H. SMITH. President N. N. BETTS, Jn.,
Towanda, Juno 24, 1869. Cashier.
0 AN,D.IL SI AR R
Corrected evert Wednesday by C. R.
subject to changes daily :
do (Dair - y)
WEIGIITB op Glum. —Wheat, 60 lbs. ;
Corn 56 Abe ; .11,ye,,56 lbs ; Oats . . 32 lbs ;
Barley, 46 lbs ; .Bnekwhest„ 48 Ibi Beans,
.62 lbs ; Bran. 20 lbs ;.01i)Ter Seed,. . 6o`•lbs ;
Timothy Seed, 44 lbs ; Dried ,pesebes. 33
lbs ; Dried Apples, 22 lbs ;TiruiSee4l,s6l.l.Q..
IifACICHEI 4 .CODFISH,.. WHIT
0..1. flab, Tro ut aka Eraried Halibut.
: . • .• 'COWEWICUTER:
OF ALL KINDS, JAVA
1...1 and Rio Vora , of all trades mated 'and
ground. ' COWELLAMTER.
SSE.OAKI;EY'S CELEBRATED JSoap at ; , . . O. B. PATCK'S.
ROOMS, WOODEN AND ~WIL
V). Were, k . 'COWELL alityint.
QTON,RWARE OF -KINDS
L'IF I ED AND COHN MEAL CHEAP
_ COWELL a MYER.
PROF: HORSFORD'S BREAD
itemstios, at O. B. PATCH'S.
. - •
House - and
This space s reserved for
S. N. ASPINIV..kLL,
Who has the largeSt assortment .of
Haying Tools, Farming Utensils,
Paints and Oils, and General Hard-
ware to be found in Bradford County,
which he is selling at . pribes that will
- $1 50 0 1 .
100 0 1
200 a 3
8 00. 10
• • 1. • • •
• 10 WETS dARPRTS - 1
• a - •.1
x ,, owELL,„7.avrie,o
4tHAthigibeie u good.:,!lty this How ats. erc n. w
1 , 134 ) -,8 1 N , O T E
mere clttensite and
OilEft s - "t4.1 , 0' o.t
PI; 0 011 L OT lI'S ,
MATTI N GS, DRUGGETS,
at. 40 ,
Than they hare ever before offered.
They: niipceallyi, unite. iittentiun of,Jheir,titr
Ito to ithls clf.plFtriteci. o • their . trokium,,
pledge MIT:010m tbat their . grade shill al.
.434 b e void 10;16
I ;WWI ST: M ARK ET:-
Ida re13 . 22.16r9 —tf
ICA 0 Y '&• id '0 0 E
HAVE 'T RECEIVED A LIIIGE BToCIL
Spring and •Sumner Goods,
Which they are n)ar offering t he to for
SILKS, - ,
d A R P ET!4,
Oi 1, I:6OTEIS.
HOOP rti IITS
BOOTS & SHOES,
ETATS & CAPS, ~.
GI,A , •'S WARE
p;f.e.,e 3tri er oa , ity.:k be fore
porch/tong el re-here.
Torraipl*. April 28, 181;f3
AT, CAP_ AND FUR STORI;
The undersigned haTis opened a Store;on Lae
south side of- • ercur's new block,
TO WA NDA , P A.,
Where they in'end to ke•'p s full stock of-fa
FA 4 .7IIONABLEIkr) SEASONABLE
Goods, c.nrisistisg of
11A78, GAPS, IkILS,
77MBE LEAS, CANES, GLOVES,
c'arBUFFALO aud WOLF ROBEE3,,te.
Which we will sell at 'be lowest it:m.4lle 31
and respectfully solicit. -hare of +he if Orr:11v
of the public. • _
eir Hats fitted if iih the A neri::an Conrormnter
CI CI:NNEI & AIISEGIY
towands. Oct. 1, 1451.
G REAT BARGAINS IN
BOOTg . & SHOES:
N:F,W ytr tZ , ) A . CD SiIOF: STORE
Soath . end Or %V rd Efolse
The 'undersigned are rwelvlag a large and
well selected st eek of
13 - 00 TS A.ND SHOES,
SPRING AND SIIMMER J TRADE
Which we offer low:for Cash.
AND ' CHILDRENS WEAR
GENT'S; SEWED , enS PEGGED BOOTEi
7.1 YIDS TO 01U111.
REP4RING: NEATLY DONE,
. • T.l
.and ready', when promised.
Thlntel for paii'favra.+r< atileft a eontfnu
mace of the came.-:
•LIICIL WOODIOHD. GILBERT N. CLLII.
Tolman Pa. / April 15, 1889....tf •
4dittg, Rpssell & Co.,
X0..118 and 180, Iron Esodl,
114ali8MITLIS, AND SFAGONMAICARS
TOP : LEATHER, 'DASH LEATEER,
ENAMELLED CLOTH', SPRINGS L AXLES
'i'IPE BOXES, CIIICIES. _BOLTS,
ANVILS, BELLOWS, and VIBES,
At Codding, Russell it Co's.
CORN SHELLERS, FEED CUTTERS
'Ai Codding, Ru,;sell 4. Co's.
LINT AND CEMENT, by-the barel,
CARPE NTEWB, BL K SMITH'S,
D - (1 P 'N. T.'S POWDER-,
A.HES' SHOVELS, PIOIC.S" AND
FISHING TACKLE and HOOKS
' z • :. • .r.
• . - eli . . g . Zil
oal f...-.. 5. :
• C, .T 1 z- g
. . .... .„,
CA . ~e
co .4 i w
. ok - 1.-o • ..0
= -, •=.•
00 . 4 1 . .. Z.
CC . ''' . - .§4o *.
Gi.... rk . a co .e.
Li -, 4
N'S . -
. ..;- - 6.• e; -a - . ' 4 ... .)
0 -41 zit
1 E -9
• 0 ' ... ' (1) • - <I.
TRA.OY MOO RE
DOTY'S WASIIING MACHINE ;
Universal Clothes Wringer. ;
EiXC MICR BENCH WRINGER.
SILVER PLATED - WARE,
• LIMPS, LANTERNS, BRUSHES,
ii - UNS' AND PISTOLS.
The largest Stock of
At Codding, Russell' & Co.'s.
ra ; . re
_ s „
rn ti ..t 6 rza 8
1 4 ? . e.
a_ z ' = izd p
Pli ". 4 ., - &• . A ,
ael Q Z.'
i 7 :_. "- •=. " CD. ... 1
41 = .:, c•
.2 c. .<4 .. g -0
0 Z - .
5 .C. ;.., ;A 0
.41t . • = t, ..- .
El g 13:1
. m 1
SANFORD & ORIENT'L HEATERS
KEROSENE OIL, VARNISH,I
SOYTHES, HERO RIIIT JARS,
will . , .
Russ, Elk Es.;
FELLOW,. BEAT BACKS,
MACHINE, OIL, ROPE,
GAS . PIPE,
PUPS,- and SAW F,
ALWAYS ON lIAND
CRURN POWERE4 PLOWS.!
AND ALL FAIIIIING..TOOLS,
In large stock. Incla6lag
PAINTS AND OILS,
Amcl COOPER'S TOOLS
Agentis for Ellecllowe, Jr.
Towanda, February 15,.188P.
Notice is berebj even that, ill persona
nldebtedi I 4 the.eatata of 3 ha Wattles, late of
:Water iwit I detrd:,. are requested te *Sato Im
mediate paymeat., .aati' all perions• having
claims ii,galeet rekl . estate mut Otteref.' Item
dal/ atlllientleated for settlement.. :.:
FRANK OWATkI.N.I. -
lone 3, 118G2. '
L' des - hereby given, that all pexaon9.
debted •the er.ste of JOHN' SNELL.
.late - -et nut twp., deed. are requested .ter
make ,taustediate_ payment, and those having..
elalute ajpina, lad estate will present them duly
authenticated tbesettlement. 1 -
.0114, , Notiesis hereby. gisena.to all tkerimas; fel
deptedto,tbe estate of 4tattrair McQueen, Lists
'of Ellsteiii,twp. • deed., tat respelled to make
ItnmedLste payment, sad those hating claims
spigot maid -estate, must pagan them duly
authenticated tcr settlement,
.7qne 5;16'69: I--
.n, Notlee-is - hereby given that alt pelso.Bs
ttdthted to the estate alit. 14 Carpenter, Lae
of 'Smithfield, Pa., are requested t , ) make kir
.mutate payment. and' all persons having claim
against said estate malt present them duly
0/entreated for settlement. •
• Jena 30 11160 : _f• ! „ • Administrator
RIDGE_ LETTING.—SeaIed Pr,}-
A., • poutis will be received at the Itoure of
Benj. Enykendall Windham- wp - ., on' Tuesday,
Jane 22. until ;two o'clock p. m. for the build
ing and completing a bridge aerials Wapp .se
ning Creek; near said Ettykeodall's,atid Bridge
to be built upon the lame plan of the old Bridge
at said point. .. WM. B. DODGE,
J. A. MOODY,
Com's'A Office. June 5.1
A i DM IN ISTR'S -N 0110 E. iii
hereby given that all. persona Indebted t.
he ettate' of THOMAS VA S, late of.Sbe
thequin, deed.. are • requested to make im
mediate payment, and those having claim..
against sald.estate moat present -them daily at.
thenticated for settlement.
• • • j• . SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
HARRISRETRO Ps., May 6. 146'. 1 .
TO TIM OWNERS . USEATENTED LAND/L—
-b obedience to as Act of Assembly, approved
the 13th day-of April,nne thDusand eight hun
dred and sixty-nine, yon are hereby no:l6ed
thatthe"County Lard. Lien Docket," contain
ing the list of 'unpa• elated lands for Bradford
county, prepay under the Act of Assembly or
the. twentieth'of May. ono thousand eight ho,•
deed and sixty-fouri and the supplement there
to, has this day been forsvarded to the Prothoa,
?otary of the county, at whoSe office it may he''
'examined. The liens „ean only be liquidwell
;by the payment of the puichase money, interest
and tees, and receiving patents through thir.s"
DepartMent. Proceedings by the Attorney
General have been stayed for one .year, from
this sate, in order that parties may obtain
their patents without additional :cost.
JACOB M. CAMPBELL;
Surveyor General, - -
)ley 12 , 1 :t",9
ORpHAN'S, COURT SALE.-By
virtue of an crder issued out of the Or
phan's Court of Bradford County, the utrder.
signed administrator •of the estate of Jchn
Horton, late of the Towuship of Terry, deed,
will expose at public sale on the pr.nrises. on
WEDNESDAY, June 30, at 10 O'cloik A. x . ., the
followilif described lot, piece or parcel of land
situate in said township -known as thollome
stela; bounded as follows:
On the North, by land of Geo. F. Horton ;
at byrthe Samuel anna River, Synth'
- anti West by Myron Babcock . ; .con
tainirg 90 acres more or lees, (°ncludin-g his in
terei..t in saw mill and orivelege,) about 5
acres improved, dwelling
.h.ouse, two barns;
stcre house, oat buildings and fruit trees there
on. (Subject to any incombrance on account
of:provisions made in the wil of said testator
for Harry Horton.)
'ALSO—One other lot gone's as the ''Dodge
Farm," in which said John - Borten .owned !one
undivided' halt part or moiety, said f•Dodge
arm," bounded and describ-d as- fo4ows, on
the North by lauds of John F. Dodge. ,F.ust by
the Stsiquehanna River, South by Linda of Art
drew Jackson and Joseph add Rest
by C. Thompson and Jno. „Dewell.• !containing .
190 acres more or less, about 109 acres improved,
dwelling house and good barn, and trust trees
-• • .
TERMS —4250 be paid when each 'parcel. of
land is struck 'down, SIPCO odticn parcel on
contirmationnf sale, balance 11.1 two equal au
ncnl iustallninuls from coulinnatiun, with In
' :rest on all same unpaid annually.
May M. 1809
FOR SlLE.+ 2 XClarge two- J.:tory
House and one ond• one-ball acre of laud,
situs f led one wiletrow Bur ingtun Born. The
sand is well -wnttred, and surrotir.ded with
'ruff. tree.. gLod ontrutitdines and near a dia.
!Het school For lurtber inryrmat ion. 2114.1 y to
Thlt o n Q. , ,,llaugh, on the Trepises or to U. B.
Sean at hilt. w office, TOW - 013,12, Pa. - I
June K 18 Q-4,3
pIUKLES- READY FOii. USE
.L b package or handd
m . n C
CHOICE FLOUR, all the gradeil et
losrcst poslibte prices.
rel. 24 SfcCARE &
D RIED FRUITS OF ALL KINDS
311;f7A BE & SIIX.
CHOICE FLOUR OF ALL G R A DES RD
at the loirest prices.
CATJTION.-111y . Wi'e Anna has•
left my hed and hoard without any knit
rause or It*oroasiion, ads la therefore toi,
forbid all pe , upon to harbor or trust her on roy
Itoootint as I stall p'y no debts of ter contrae•
ti rig atter this •date - _
AthrtiP,larie 9, 1969—:w3. •
ilAUTlOg.—Whpreas, my w . ife.
Ny, MARI; 11fET has left my bed aid board
nithlut Jost oinse or p °vacation, I henbv-for
bid all persons harboring or truatlng her on my
account. as 1 rc 1I pay no debts of her contract
ing after this date. GE.). A. CHILSON.
A .ylum, May 24. lFffl9.-3t,
NOTICE.-:Vwing to making
tenslve hnprovements. in the Woolen
wactory end waterpower we shall be unable to
csrd•woul or make cloth the present season
- .lnd insert this notice to prevent disappoint•
,neat to our customers. Fatly next season w
011 be preparedwith an establishment nucar
Parsed in its appointments, and capable of do
leg work in the best manner, and at • short no
Catoptown, 29, 1-99
MISCELUNEGUS 800K5,, ,
AND QUESTION BOOKS
~ AT PTBLISHERS PRICES.
CRITTENDEN'S SCRIPTURE MODELS;
CALKINS & BARBER.
Towanda, May 6,1969.
sEAiLESS • KID GLOVES;.
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
A_ FULL LINE OF COLORS,
IN ALL SIZES.
!JUSt - RkCEIVED BY •
. - •
GOOD CEDER VINEGAR at
_ _ _ C. a t PATCH'S.
Towanda, May 20, '6O,