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News from all Nations.
—The average human , life is 8
—There is but one licensed hotel
ii Tioga county.
- —Coney Island is to have but one
policeman Ito season.
—Thereir are great opposition to
s Ide shows - lima the Coliseum
—Mr. Peabody has expended in
gifts Dolan million dollars. • •
—One-eighth of the whole Popula
tion of the globe is military.
--President Tyler's daughter is to
be married next month.
=-A Lady in Muscatile,
has • trimorss large as a eoccattrit.
--The Cincinnati expressmen have
orminMod a Ufa Qum= company.
-3tin'Snsan Denis is said to be
-amiriod to a wealthy English nobleman.
qns is again threatened
with martial law.
—Now Hanipshire has 36,655 ea-
—lndiana will pay off one-third of
dvbt in July.
—Mr. Beecher's. income return
'ca. '21,000 this year.
--Some of the towns in 'Oxford,
arc troubled with bows.
—A. Now York barber fears a
S; , anisli (tailor will take his life.
—Vulton county, Illinois, is trou
-1.1.4 by a IT* largo panther.
• —Troy, N. Y., is 'to hays a public
celebration of the Fourth of.Tnly.
Harrisburg is complaining of the
condition of Its streets.
-The question in Boston-now is,
ahall wo do with tho Cotisontn.
-Voltaire's snuff-box has been
Ad for two hundred and ntnoty trances.
—The Sultan has, in two years,
,arned to speak French rry fluently.
—The apple crop" of this State is
r slxrted to be the largest for many years.
—People in Atlanta, Georgics, are
tl (nig rratertrzefons at four dollars apiece.
--John 11. Surratt has gone into
finkness in Baltimore.
—lt is proposed to make two exlnn-
Sies of Monroe in N. Y.
—The Prince of Pnimia wears
taper collars when he iippents in civilian's
—The Valley Nationii: tank of
it....banon will ilenwfter pxy intoo.t on all do.
Nearly one-half the type-setting
Paris literary papera 6 done -by women.
ITeli -pair of twins have been
Clay comity. Mo., ilnring the past fort-
!The ancient leprosy is milking
among the. inhabitants of 1.1 Sandwich
--A Hartford, Conn., jady received
17000 watch, which was sent to her by ea-
---A frog 31 feet high and weigh
ing tri potmda, has been captured In Terme&
-The Italian Senate has passed a
hvr malting tho clergy liablo to en imription.
—A Now London liquor dealer an
iwoooed -alnico. brands of poor . liquors. -
-The cotton worm has appeared
tllo plantations of South Carolina, Florida
—A hotel is to be erected at Gales
burg, 111., to east .1100.000, of which amoun
ill:000 is already subscribed.
—Lord Broghaufs villa at Cannes
Fraece, was wholly destroyed by fire las
-1-eargo • of oranges from Tahiti
fur the (.'hie rgo market hat been received at
San Frrineken. -
—Mr. George Peabody writes that
his health is not no good u when he arrtvvd in
America, a few da ago.
Jewish synagogue is build
ing in Loudon to which Baron Rothschild con
—The: dispossessed Italian princes
propose to sae Victor Emanuel for the restora
tion of their confiscated estates.
—All the bands in Connecticut
• propose haring an .aggregate 'musical festival
at Bridgeport in that State at an early day.
—Gov. RaUdolph of New Jersey,
is said, will probably'succeed A. 0. Cattell as
United States Senator from that State.
—The British Post-office Depart
-47, — mod has completed SIT&DgMOIktiI Itar purchas
ing all the telegraptxllnes In the kingdom. -
---The Nov York journeyinen bar
bers have held meetings to reduce the time of
• —Hartford' is to hire a rink of
200 Feet by 60, It will cover 16,000 square feet
of ground and hold 6000 people, It is to ac
commodate 800 skaters and 3000 spectators. The
cost will be 03,000.
—Ex-Attorney-General Black is
reemering from the effects of the recent rail
road ncci&•nt. His arm will not be amputated.
—Gen. Sam Cary announces that
he is the itorkingmen's candidate for Governor
of Ohio, and is sure of the nomination unless—
some other man gets it.
—Two young women recently
fought a duel in Puebla to decide their claim to
the i‘ossession of a Male 'Mexican's love and
person. One of the combatants was killed.
—Father Claret: the confessor of
Queen Isabella., is in Rome intriegbing for the
restoration of his royal mistress, and for the
recall of Papal Nuncio Franehi from Madrid.
—Lacroma,the only Wooded island i
of the Adriatic, and the favorite retreat of the
late Maximilian of Mexico, has bead sold with
all the franiture,lxx - iks, and memories belong
ing to the unfortunate prince.
—An Austrian baron has been
condemned at Venice to two months' imprison-
Melt and 000 trent:es fine for an article publish
ed in the Ragiotie, in which he attacked the
slcrements of the eucharist and baptism.
—The English journals announce
the arrival from South Africa of two caste of
diamonds. Among them was the famous SS
carat diamond, which was insured on tlampas
:cage at a valuation ,of ono hundred and .fifty
—A fly, called the 'bilk weevil, has
done partial damage to the wheat in Clarke
—Sturgeons - caught in the Dela
ware are sent to New York and canned for
o port as Rennebeck salmon.
—lt is rumored in Boston that
Ui!mere ie insane, and that the Peso° Jubilee
Was a freak of a madman.
Carthage, near Cincinnatti, a
woman drowned herself in a &stern while her
husband RAS At church.
—The restoration of the theatre of
hisreeyns'itt Itomo is to bo attempted at an
exponso of 300.000 lines.
—A stienfide expedition for the
Intrptuo pi exploring the northern seas is being
definitely urgsnitecl in London.
—An elephant on exhibition at
Lyons, N. Y., the other day got angry and
pied up a undo hurling It some twenty feet
against a cage.
—lx-Senator Wade, Senator ItCo
ca, Conklin fand party, taretred m Ban Frau:taco In
4 Pullman palace car on Monday.
E. 0. 000DRICIL
Towanda, Thursday, July.l, 1069'
*if - In accordance with a
which has become almost,- universal
among publishers, we shall not pub
lish_ the lizmurza_next _weeg.
next issue mill be, dated jtdy lu. ,
The. late State Convention . dis
charged its_duties quickly, and p . cy r
formed them well. The result of its
deliberations bud been anticipated
by the people, and nothing -remained
except to give shape and voice
. to the :
popular will. This was expressed by
the nomination 'of Hon. Jothq. W.
OF.AnY, as the candidate of the Re
publican party for Governor, by the
almost unanimous vote of 122 to 11.
The few votes not cast for him, being
given as a conpliment to other deserv
ing men. This action of the conven
tion will be hailed with approval by
the voters, and will be endorsed and
ratified at the polls. Whatever. there
may have been of political 'differences
or jealousies, or dissensionsovhen the
members of the convention came to
gather it was so evident the people
desired to endorse the Governor by. a
re-election, that all differences and
all prejudices gai-e way, and all opr .
position ceased, and the candidate of
the party goes before the people with
a unanimous nomination.
In thus placing in nomination, for
a second time the present worthy ex
ecutive of the State, the Republican
party has done itself infinite honor,
and sliown a dispoltion to sustain a
Governor whose military career has
entitled him to respect,. and above
all whose administration of the
affairs of the commonwealth has
been distinguished by ihtwrity and a
determination to protot the honor
and credit of the State, and to enforce
and.secure an economical and up
right adininistration of public affairs.
During the time JOHN W. GEARY has
been in the Executive chair, no one
has dared to whisper a suspicion
against his integrity, while: be has
stood firm as a wall of ,adamant
against the schemes of the corruption
The prosperity of the Common
wealth, in all its great interests, the
.financial credit of the State, thJ , light- ,
°lied taxes, the decrease of the public
debt, the high and radical ground ta
ken on all national questions, the rig
id enforcement of measures of re
• J. ,
treficlunent and economy, so ably
and efficiently advoeatedby the pres
ent State administration, has secured
for Goy. CrEARY the respect and confi
dence of the. tax-payers, and people
of the Commonwealth, who have no
aims and no desires exeqt" for the
honor and prosperity of the State,
and no sympathy with the IoW
schemes and sordid plans of mousing
politicians. The voters would be
blind to their own welfare, and guil
ty of the basest ingratitude could
they oxerlook the fidelity with which
their interests have been guarded,
and the credit and honor of the State
upheld. Every Republican who has
at heart the great principles of the
party, will not fail to remember with
pride, that. Gov. GEARY has been the
faithful and fearless exponent of tilos()
principles, and that he has never fail
ed boldly to advance oni standard in
to the very thickest of the fray.
There has never been in him any hes
itation or evasion. He has met all
the issues as they were presented—
and in his messages has promptly and
plainly enunciated and endorsed all
the great measures of the Party. It
has been this frankness and boldness
which has placed the party in the
State, in its present advanced and
honorable position, and given it suc
cess at home, and prestige abroad..
Hon. Hnnx W. WILLIAMS of Pitti
burg, was unanimously placed in
nomination for the highest judicial
honors of the State. Mr. W. was the
candidate of the party when coffee
colored naturaliiation papers defeat
ed the honest will of the people.
We add what the Press appropri
ately and truthfully says of him :
"To all acquainted with the feeling
and the prospects of:the hour, it has
been for sometime apparent that this
distinguished jurist was the first
choice of 4.he -Republicans of the
State, and, in yielding deference to
their professed judgment, the loyal
people of the Commonwealth brit fol
lowed their own inclinatkin and an
instinctive sense of justice. R was
felt everywhere that the .great insult
to the honor of the Commonwealth
and the purity of the ballot-box, per
petrated two years ago, demanded
the 'renomination of the man in
whose person the highest right_ of ev
ery good citizen so sorely suffered.
As a lawyer Judge Williams enjoys
the most exalted reputation, for abili
ty and acumen. He had it'ady in
a local field won high judieiniTionors.
His unquestioned reputation for in
tegrity and honesty while presiding
in the itistriet Court of Allegheny
county may be inferred from the fact
that when his first term expired there
was no organized opposition offered
to his re-election. His course on the
Supreme bench,, under appointment
is yet fresh in the minds of all. Suf
fice it to 'say here that - the laurels
`earned in the conrts of Allegheny
county have not Withered in the, -se
veter trial of the Supreme tribunal of
Judge Wll.liams.is yet a young man
—but forty-seven—in the full bloom
of intellectual vigor, an elder in the
Presbyterian Church, of firm politic
al convictions, distinguished for
steadfast devotion to and love of
country, and possesseci of the moral
courage that will make him a bul
wark of popular liberty should it vo
er be assailed during his term bf of
lice. • His high i moral worth / and
great persciol popularity render him
a selection:* every wa desirable:
cuialwatt i lip on hweittiiiiitejei.
6 5. 4ii ,.: 40 - i2j ,
was brought forward and Sapptirti44-
not by the delegate/ from any
ular section, but as the free andifirst
choice of all the people. placmp,
his niiiiii=by acclamation on the tick
et, the convention but recorded the al
ready unequivocally-expressed will of
the sovereign people. In his person
the dearist - ri:ght of citizenship eras 'Cie , -
toted—in his person it must be vindica
tecP This is the keynote of tied cam:-
paign' and once struck it will arouse
an enthusiasm throughout the_ Stiite
unparalleled in our political history,
save by the AerCe blaze of 1861."
MR. MOTLEY'S ,INSTRUCTIONS:
Diplomacy,.as generally understood
and practiced, in treating interna
tional questions and - - arbitrating dis
putecl points between nations, is the
scieiice of How Not to Do It ; in il
lustration of which we can cite the
Northeastern Boundary and the Ore
gon controversies, which took - years
to settle. The slow approaches by
which diplomats come at the points
at issue, is amusing. All the formali
ty • and etiquette of the " high -con
tracting powers " is'exhanstecl, be,fore
the subject-matter is reached, in a
mass of correspondence upon Unim
portant and trivial affairs, covering.
reams of paper and wasting years of
precious tithe. We do not hope that
the settlement of our difficulties with
England will be any exception to the
rule. In the meantime, sufferers by
the depredationS of the Alabama and
her kindred piratical consorts, must
wait in iffitlence, fortunate, iudeod, if
their descendants to the third or
fourth generation shall reap the fruits
of tardy justice.
The conflicting statements regard
ing Minister Month's instructions
leave ns in doubt as to what his de
mands upon the British Government
will he. We were in hope that the
plain, straightforward manner in
which President GRANT is disposed to
meet all important questions would
rule in this ease, and that diphimacy
would for once be ignored, and a de
mand made of England, which tho'
Courteous in its terms, would be ex
plicit and unmistakeable in its tenor.
Mr. Morrxv':; first business, of course,
will be to explain the the rejection of
the treaty made by Mr JouNsoN, be
cause it was not cemprehensive,
enough, and while professing to settle
all issues at valiance between the two
countries, it really left untouched the
great question, to wit : it did not pro
vide for a settlement of the great un
derlying principles included in the
belligerent-rights question and the
responsibility - of the British Govern
ment in allowing a piratical vessel to
to be built under its protection for
the avowed purpose of preying on
American commerce. • That treaty
placed the whole matter upon a mon
ey basis; whereas principles should
continil the settlement.
It is asserted that Mr. Mori.Ey is
instructed not to press. he inunedinte
settlement of the question,as die pres
ent excited state of the public mind
in England, and the general, condi
tion of affairs is unfavorable. Or
that having explained the action of
the Senate in rejecting the treaty he
is to wait the action of the English
government.. as to the.opening of fu
ture negotiations. Another point in
his instructions, it is said, in effect is
that the mere proclamation declaring
the rebels entitled to beligereut rights
is not in itself cause for demanding
damages, or a separate ground for
complaint, but this, taken in connec
tion with subsequent acts, was un
friendly, and showed a spirit - of hos
tility against, the United States du
ring thelate war, resulting in losses
which requ4e separation.
This last proposition, covers the
whole question. Whsther interim
thinal law is definite and ascertained
sufficiently to meet the particular acts
of omission and commission of the
,English government, .during the re
bellion, as affects this country, the
fact is patent tofevery otie, that
unfriendly disposition manifested led
to acts which were aisastrous in their
effects upon our commerce, and serv
ed to prolong the war with all its
miseries for years. It may take years
of diplomatic wrangling and shilly
shallying to bring England to a con
fession of what-every inelligent man
knows to he the truth; but the peo
ple of the United States will never be
satisfied until a proper acknowledg
ment is made is made, and restitution
for,the ,injuries em' citizens have suf
Puplic sentiment is firnily fixed in
this direction, and will not be content
that the question shall be evaded or
shuflled'off, by diplomatic dtlaYs or
complimentary evasions. There is;
and dotibtless will began endeavoron
the part of . the English government
to envelope the - whole matter in the
fog of technicalities; and procrasti
nate.until time has stripped the dis
cussion of all of its interest. Years of
exchanging notes beOveen the . two
governments will weary the patience
of the people, until they lose all
of ever seeing the end, and the whole
affair looks to the uninitiated like a
huge farce. • Such a procedure should
not be allowed by this Government.
The question should be pressed home
to the British government. • Delay
not what is wanted, butia.speedy set
tlement,--peaceful, if possible. If a
peaceable solution - is not ,possible,
then the braie men who felt the ef
fects of England's injustice and Un
friendliness, claim the ,right to.-have
something to do in effecting :Hitch a
settlefpent as shall teach proud
on a 41450 n site will not soon forget.
upx. 0. A. GROW.
.. -the Republican
tOes. - Gem
victory which rested upon=bnr' ban . :
nem. The late . State Convention
recognizing the Take, of,his labors,
very properly expressed the f feeling
of UM Itafaibßeaniftir the . Statiiiliei,
it unanimously ' - ' •-".:
Rem&xi, That Hon: GAininta
the . dischinge of hie duges
as Chairman of the. State Oential•
Committei3, and for his Untiring
bors in behalf of Repnbß6iii ideas
and principles, is entitled to tliezrat
itude of the Republican party.
Messrs. Ontanowrof Wyoming, R.
M. Enna of Philadelphia, ind *nor
Jour; COVODE addely their testimon:
in 'apprciation of the fidelity and Ail•
ity of the Milkman of the State. Cen
tral Committee,qnd his sterling worth
and integrity. The Republicans of
the State owe him n. clebt of = grati
The Ill'orit6ig Pcict; of .Philadelpia ,
adds its approval of the resolution of
the State - Convention, in - the follow-ing truthful 'and appropriati3
The Republican Convention. aid
well in complimenting lite Hpn. (*L
imbo A. Gnow fcir his services tn.the
party. We know that Mr....Gno*
worked hard and worked modestly,
Throughout the last canvass ho devo
ted himself to bringing out the vote,
and did not travel with a band of mu
sic to serenade him. Nor did he eon
tinne to ibe dined and wined. His
work was all the better that it was
done without pretense.",
Tr's NAirr DEPART3TENT.---,The resig
natipn of Hon. Adolph F. Boil% See
retary. of. the Navy, whicktook place
on Friday last, was generally unex
pected; though some of his - friends
had known that the state of his
health, and the urgent demands of
his private affairs had led hiM to
contemplate resigning his post in the
Cabinet for some time.
'Secretary Berle's successor is Geo.
A'. Robeson, Esq., of Camden. Mr.
Robeson is a lawyer by profession,
about forty years of age, and was At
torney General of New Jersey under
GOvernor Ward. Being a radical
Republican, he was. removed when
the . Democrats elected Gov. Ran
dolph. He is a member of the Union
League of Camden and of Philadel
phia; an active politician iu New Je
rsey; and on the right side of :politics;
a good speaker, good looking and
married. General Robeson's ap
pointment will give much satisfaction
,to his many friends.
M.. The last advices from Mexico
show the internal condition of that
country to be as bad as at any mo ,
merit since Maxilian's dethronement.
At least eight States are in open,
armed revolt against the central gov
ernment : and . more than this, the
revolt is in every case growing. A
regular war exists in Queretaro, and
is drawing in aid from adjacent
States. Sonora. shipped all of the
national officers out of her limits in
a body. California is in an uproar
so great that the immediate cause
cannot be reached. The national
government has an empty treasury
and no credit ; end is trying to put
out a disaffection that breaks out as
often as suppressed, and seams to in
creas steadily. All our information
from there is hopelessly entangled,
and it is not possible to see where
there is any; hope of improvement.
,GETTING USED TO Ir.--The an
nouncement that the, Great Eastern
was one litindred and seventy-four
miles at sea, on her way to these
shores with a new Atlantic Cable, has
probably attracted only a careless'
glance. 'But when the saine vessel
left Ireland ten years ago on a simi
lar errand, the Whole world watched
her progress with eager curiosity.
The laying of the first cable proved
that the mechanical problem , was easy
of solution, - and science "has demon
strated the rest. What was so lately
a novelty and a wonder is now re
duced to a common affair, and ilie
paying -out of a new sithmarine tele
graphic line of two thousand miles is
regarded as ordinery news, like the
cable dispatches which come to us
daily from Venetia Bay. Men read
ilyil;scome accustomed to the marvel
rTRE State of lowa not long ago
paid off all of its outstanding debt for
which it could induce its creditors to
accetot the money, and has the cash
_with which to pay the• rest
.fts soon as it matures. Indiana
imitating the same policy. • One-third
of its debt., amounting to $800,000; is
to be cancelled. on the Ist. 'of next
month, 'after which it will owe bate
$l, 800, 000, against $9, 000, 000 five
years ago. TO officers of both
Slateli evidently nnerstand that theie
was never a better time to g;ek out of
debt than now, while money. is plenty
and everything else dear. By and by
therei. will come an opposite state of
affaiis, and then' the debtors will gaf
fer. - , .
Fuosi present indications the melt
ment in real estate this year will" .
chiefly:centre in the west end of Lako
Superior, around Superior City and
DtiLath. The directors of the State
Line' Railroad, from Superior City to
a point On;the Lake giiiierior turd
Mississippi Railroad, whose bonds
have just been so successfully put in
the market, announce that the mon
ey for its construction is all raised
and 'that work will begin.. This
State-Lino road, which runs west
from Superior, claims to be the first
section• and Eastern terminus of the
great North 'Pacific.
- "sign of
4 11 . 1 r.`
tll lls °
...zed arthiaiti in this ''city
, . .- , e eel • • • •
1161Ot, confined tintentilone, hilt IsMaidfest
througbout the conetrades nnions, and .tiltoro
professional aSsociations. Two colored Oyal
einris Were refits"tt ndreiriiion into the medical
society.. here, twifthstanding they presented
diplomas as giadAtries of medical colleges. The
bricklayers also sod to admit
bers, and o:pen some of their white members
because they she ed their good sense arid re
fused to " strike " because negroes were em
The spirit of o
ern mind, audit::
colored men had
dogmas. A few
was teased a '
beertose lie had ,
thing would be ri
er. These sons
There are but
city outside of
there is I
ployca of that o I.
While the Gove
of liberal 'AMA, I
old fogies of nn
who seem to be
=lies, and who
kee. They will
end of the were:.
ing you a could
few weeks ago,
"on the wing"
emcluded, t Y 1,
I lett Edmita
9 o'clock, tind
next mornim;, ii
little fatigue 'on
done in my own
venienee of sloe:
my lot to find
of theso movin.
occupied on t
tral for Flails
the old lieysto,
of rich ripen
side, mime oft
times seen it a
thrifty and is
much . to- do fl.
o'clock a. u. 1.)
. the hay. tiehls
I think I ntl
nothing Join .]
her will af..
lively place I
which is neve
so pleasant al
or not. (N.
ways pay for
stop there; b
sober set of
llarbAg ...pletod my intainms heft Wash.
ington on, 9p. rat train, and m . dyoil, in Bal
timore at 11 :LT—pretty Jost time, considering
th e 45 miles, and that timtrain makes
scrcibl'sfop.•gas,and were it not TW the fact
that I have Shoidd not care
tO'rtilii at 'orb "Ittiee4. I arrived at. train
jrud a few les after" the Tgranndi train had
started;' an. Should have hero •rninpelled to
s pend hours in Waverly had not Ma.
limns Gm txr. the grathmianlY mid obliging
engineer on the coal bziniprenuto a lido. Mr.
0. is a ;,on man** every sense of the wind,
and does feel pufrod up becAnse InvoAdoti
"with a lithe brief authority:. I shall long re
wing of the Treasury building,
en in course of erection for the Pius .
e now nearly completed, and makes
a 11104 magnificent structure-4
hOr tholinest one in the city. The
,in point of s plendor , and cis
iiiiquil in the woil& ' ' : .
a limit Bradllord, employed IEO6-
dvaitments, aroanintelligent and
men, and conduct themselves ins '
Lily creditable to themselves and
r year member of Congressi who re
• cos, and fundshes them an excel-
Wray diet! OiCi,to',
ratxmOgniOnf . ifteal
ignistion of feeven3 bf
digger," of which the
60 IsOingth •
,ere , e94ociaPtkimilifs,in:
likuli.Oroade4 ~` 14 1 1,t°
. 01 0: 111 !tfaT comiot i
47 becomii,p ‘tkireA-,
t. other lean Work in
the finterntnent lake
dor was over heard to
• Ida salary in cow
resign, may 134 euily
pression pervades the south = r
~ .ould not be. coutfnod to tho
they power to enforce their
ye since a Northern printer
anion into the Richmond Union
1 -n n (ikon wildivr'! The satni,
punted hero had they the pow
. -Faust need reconstruct-
err Itepubliesn printers in this
o Ciovoniment aloe ; hence
t autagonianalotween thu ern
ce and the Awn-town offices.
out office is made up of men
the city offices are filled with
w minds and contracted
otally ignorant that the world
like Micawber, are waiting for
tun np,• lly which they can et
th the " nigger" and the Tim
eliest this hallucination to - the
.t generation, at least. .
I• , June 29, 1869.
.—I had the honor of address..
of biters from Phil:Weil!
and ` as business haa kent t
for the past few dais, , Ire
vti von a few' l • notes of tr4el."
in Friday evening last at a snit
.ached llarrisburg at 5 o' loch
ming, passpd the nig-tt wit 1 as
I CODSCIOIII3IICHtI,2B I shrink . ' have
_ Great is theMali/I and eon
).ing ears, and it has foyer boon
cleaner and softer bed on one
sleeping rooms than the ono I
:.• Ilook the Pennsylvania litM.
I elphia. is road, as yuit are
one of tie richest portions of
te. The Chester Valley is peen
• at this time. Field after field
g grain may be seen on every
em i already." white to the bar•-
not as forward as I have some
' thii scalwin, bat is looking very
t least ten days ahead of the crop
The industrious 'habits of the
I have nci doubt have .quite u
Mt . pushing crops ahead, as the
After we deft Harrisburg tat 5
noticed men at work either in
cultivatbag the corn.
Cr saw Philadelphfa so quiet as
nsiness men tell me that there ly
, but they all hope that Septem
, a a revival of trade. The only
lave noticOis the "Continental,"
without 'plenty of guests, as it Is
place 'to stay that pOorite cannot
no whether they have business
: 2 —This is not a "puff," as I al
" fodder " and " fluid" when I
it I give this informationpro &ma
om Philadelphia to Washington
• rly interesting although it gives
f one fine country, and ono or two
owns before reaching Baltimore.
a hingtonit abotttlo o'clock p. at.,
'We stir in the metropolis as can
I any.. evening in Towanda. The
4els were all deserted, the gas in
s Owned oft; and even tho drink
, hieli I passed on my way to the
pty. • Washington has always been
own, but I am pleased to notice
improvttnent under the new order
city government is now thorough
and many innovations on the
radices of the Southern chivalry
de. Among the changes may be
e tablishment of free schools, on the
hat northern schools are conducted,
children of proper egos, no differ
ll color, are educated; 'the crec
school buildings, and the enact
dignifying labor and granting to
I oppressed their natural 4 s .hta.
[ s more will make the 'City a fit
the capitol of a great nation.
e my testimony, as to the gentle
liging,cLaracter of a large naijori-
I lic officers in Waishingtori. busi
ght . me in contact with many of
hive universally found them' grit-
J. If. likOnww, chilckwk inthe
'a. office I env indebted. Ile matij
: - to Mr. Hastroow, of the Internal,
u, And his assistants, And also to
of the Treasury, and. c10rk5. 7 ...!
u an; hotter, to the, ashen, and I
E; be continued inthe cMployment
ePtOlatio*i gi*ig the; ' in ; 3' : best
evidence of lorig arid carfulatiudy,:of
extellontAppheatio* arid , a thorough
„ • ,
-1 Ter. Penalty 'for wantonly or ern- ,
- elty ill-treating!! oar -10, or Oil
erwiso Worse OttiCr
Pell_tic ,l 44.unde.r Ali o wit -Pissed
by the, Legislature„ris sine ofnot less
lbw* tte(rlnoie' thin . t4venty
par's ter theft* Cifeneei,Cid•n4 less
- fer tbe second and every subse
quent offense. Ono Wilke fine goes
to the informant, and the "othee 'half
the county whereh? the 1 10, *ins
(remitted. In case of ft refusal to
pay the - fine and costa the offender is
to be committed to the'county prii(on
there to remain netffl 'discharged by
due course of
ser.The Kentucky Democratic
Congressmen, Winchester, of 'the
Fifth, and GolladaY, of the Fourth
DistOctichave announced themselves
for repudiation of the national debt.
The Lexington. .9utettmad , hears that
other Congressmen Mad. favor that
;policy,, and predicts that the Denioc
racy of the, Ptate• make it a pl ank
in the platform.
le- The Reptiblican State Conven
tion of Ohio, organized permanently
at 2 o'clock. p. in., June 23, John
Sherman, presiding, A. Parrott,
Secretary,' and one Vi ce! ' President
and Sectetary from each di strict.
The nominations are : Goverior R.
,Hays.; Lieutenant Governor, J.
C., Lee ; :Treasurer, S. S. Warren ;
Supreine Judge, Luther Dag ; Attor
ney General, 'Colonel F. ! B. Pond, 'of
Morgan ; Board of public Works,
Richard R. Porter, of Stark.
Time makes , ninny changes.
Toombs who once boasted- that Ile
would call the roll of his awl; at
Thinker Hill, now has to call on It
negro Postmaster nt Macon, Geco*ia,_
for his letters.
Itiilr•Gen. Carey is pushing for
the liemocratis nomination for Gor lr
ernor in Onio. He opposes negro
suffrage and the, payment of the
national debt in greenbacka.
The police have succeeded in
recovering six hundred thousand dol
lars of the t money 'stolen from the
Ocean Bank `afew days since.
The Isiah Republican Association.
A meeting of the MA 11 Hen'
Association of Philadelphia was hahl
on.Tasiday evening, 'tile 24th inst.,
at the Assembly 'Building, John M.
Moriarty, Esq., president, in the
Mr. Moriarty stated that the ob
ject of the meeting was to endorse
the selection of delegates to the Irish
is to Wield in Chicag.tp on the 4th of
July next, and also 'to ratify the
nominations of Governor Geary and
address on the issues of the day,
arguing'-that the Democratic party is
not worthy of support on account of
its free trade policy, and, its opposi
tion to the colored race.
The following resolitions were
read and. adopted • . •
WHEREAS, The Democratic party,
which has always claimed t4O sup
port ofionr countrymen, is how in
open and avowed collisiOn with the
British Government in, aie endeavor
to establish the policy of free. trade,
and thereby degrade American work
men to the pauper'laborer of Europe;
Whereas,_ Such iipolicy is fraught
with evil, no only, to America,
ohap to the native land of millions of
American citizens, when it enables
the British Government to keep' on
foot a large standing army for the
intprespzin of native rule ; and
Menem, The collision has been
further manifested by the conrim of
the Democratic ',party, in relation to
the Alabama tineation ' ' sheewhig,ccai.
chisively thitt it is n o t fit to be trust
ed with the settleMent of questions
in which AineriCan honor is at stake;
Whereas, The p o licy, fodfeatL
ed um' only ~result forging new
fetters for the oppres sed fereir
lands, atietigthening monarchy in
Europe and degrading. the cause of
honest industry in AMerica which
is the last hope of freedom • and'
Increaß, The Republienli party is
oppo!ied.to the Wicked policy, and is
proving ibielf to he the,true exponent
of American principlKas nianifested
by Conduct, in its mjectp:ln of the
4 . 'ohnstin, chirenden 'treaty; and' its,
endeavors 'to befriend the cause of
the'' oppressed, without respect
color; creed or ; lime ; therefore.
Resohr d , That we approve ofthe,
policy of the gooOria 8 9 1111 4$ Fia
of the Republican party **work of
our support, and that of Our employ.
Men everywhere who would f imatiun
downfall of monarchi • •
•Rellotred, That.* give"olir heartY
tOiniortl4 the candidates 'of the Re-,
publican paity,lliijor John W. tryary
anktion. HenryW. in the
OctobecLfelecticn, ' and
ruai our i nfluence with
our own countrymen to do so in is
lied awl aoe vlOtr of :imefUo mom be boot,
...,14114141M- - r.cip%
AA ktads et'
NATIONAL FIRE 'WORKS
Comity aterchaittwill do wtll main. Our price"
a ~ b a nbe " "111I NMUM" .
CAM P. 11211 10Th CUIMUIr PRODUCE.
- Goods shairwwW 01616er6, , Wa Audi pry Ariel
Mention to an pir6s otpar trade.
Accept one t!deliik46.
Towas46,4aite . 16,:1869.
coinisu MAIN AND Lamm trnizEis.
mos!' in 41 of
WOOD, WILLOW and'STOIVE
Wo would call modal allandbm to our clock of
FLOUR, SCPAR, TEI COFFEE,
Which We WARRANT to giro entlefactlon In
QUALITY ..121 - D . PRICE
CABII paid foi-.lle . grab(e Country
K J. LONG
740014 -PramllegaW Kil6cfrant . Sip, Pearl [Barley .
.` - x• -and lkanny.` Oaklecrs:Tagoil.nnd Ford's
Family Soaps, Hoban's. Talmadge,
and !loyal. Baking 'Nader.
0 ' Bornelaa , "'. ,Nub , ,
'Bora Belk/ins: - '
"The Genf '1 Fruit Jar. - ,
Baker's chocolate* Coco& and Hroba.
"Titus" Cream, , Lemim and Hans Soda Crackers.
Grant's" Batton; Egg sad Butter .
•• LONG k• KEELER.
Towanda. June:23.lBo. ' . .
. . .
SURPLUS FUND ' ' 40,000. •
• . ,
'kblallank offeri• UNUSUAL FACILIT IES for- the
traniaction eta . .'
GENERAL BANKING BLWINESS.
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS ACCORDING TO
Syr:cur. Cs= oiw ro niz Cou,r.crion or Noite
AND CUTAIKA. ,4
Parties wishing to ICLND MONET to any . part of Oki
United Matra. England, Ireland. Scotland, or the prin
cipal eitlea and town' oi l Europe, can hare proenre
drafti for th at pupate. 1
z I •
./ • PABS,AGE TICKATB
To , ri
o . l t d u mnt d ry . , by, boat Reamer or pall.
F LUIS BUOVOITIOVT/1 AT SIEDTCED DATTA.
Ifloarst Price paid for L 7.5 Bonds, Geld_anksarer.
E.' R. SNITH, President. N. N. BETTS, in.,
Towanda, Jane 244869. Cashier.r
A GREAT CHANCE FOR - SPEC
IILATION:—.Ifon Sala nee mut Mru. Vizor ,
ZRl7.—One hundred scree of land, 40 acres improv
ed. two dwelling homes, barn and other buildings,
saw EMU. new, With` 1 fret had and fall, $0 acres of
pond, and can cut from 300,000 to 500.000 s Year 50
acres of beavy-timber htud, with a portion of choice
pine, lying about 4 mike south of fimithboro', with
a very easy grade, The above property will be sold
lbw, and payments made easy. flood mason. given
for NeUing. Enquire of thgundersigned on the prop. :
city B. ft. BRADLEY.
WinZam Summit, June 29, 1869-310.
-0 421; and it laliereby ordainodby the Town Coun
cil cif the Borough, of Towanda: That hereafter no
building shall be erected or removed within the Um
its of said Borough, without imptleatkm Mit made
to the Burgess in 'Writing stating the ,hind of build.
Mg, mateds to be used in its Lonstmetion and its
locality, and alteirnit SllWltailbY the BMWs of said
- Borough„ln of said application ; also, that
no Wooded Or *Malan addition *hail be
erected within theo I .ftl* to wit : Ortßrldge
'Street, within' one hundred feet off efthee side of said
street; from theatre: to Yalu Meet. On 'Rain M.,
within one hmtdred and teenty feet of either side of
laid street frohi,Pritiklin Street' to 'Weston Street ;
and thathereafter no wooden building shall be re
moved within said limits from any place without the.
same, and any wooden'building or wooden addition
erected upon or removed into said limits in violation
ofersed this shall be deemed a nuisance, and the
—v so erecting or retnceing suchbuilding shall
- Attest : C 4 RUSSELL, Burgess.
• • CL. D. MONTANE?... Secretary.
Towanda, June 19, 1868—iyi.
1 Court aide!' United-States for the Western Dfa.
Uhl of Peenryivarda. In the matter of sounkrax
M. =OHARA liankrupt 4 Western District of Penl3-
A Werraut W BanknrptcYlua been blamed by mid
Court legated the estate
and u Pe Leonard. of
Abe County of Lycoining State ofnnsylvani
in add Diarist, edjufted a Bankrupt by petition of
his oneditors. and the payment of any debts and the
delivery of anyy - belonging to said
Wor torissi propert oind the transfer of say 1 .N.4. 1 4. 1 . 111 TV
him are fortidden'bylag. A meeting of the credftora
of said banknrpt, to prove their debts and choose one
or more amalgam of his estate, will be !whist %Court
of Bankruptcy to be Widen at Towanda. Pa., in said
District, certhe silth AO of August, A.D. 1869, at lo
°We& cm, at the ,ot. of Eduard Overton, it,
M., one of the Registers in Bankruptcy of said Die.
U.S. Menthel for saki District.
, Pittsburg. Pa., June 14, 18ra—pme 24-21.
lIISSO,LIITION.---THE • 00-
pixteaship heretofore existing under the name
Of Aclaalt- .VA1:101117, -is thbu day absolved by
withal eaureat. All accouras dna the late Anomie*
be settled and paid to Ft W. Anart, who is •hereby
afithoeisedio reeetversha collect the Binh
I.B.—uaviug bought out the interest of Vaiighn. in
the Stem Odd 11611, I will exabine: to elm on the
same in the wee satheteetory manner to an at my
cuatonere. I winpay the roartet price for all kinds
et fenin at the en; Flour. Feed and Meal for sale
at the lowest cash WOG e.'W. Acury.
titandlukflterne: Jim! 1. - • jaw 2t—tf..
linEE' LIME !! LIME!,!
- - The andentigned bitchy alinonucos to .the public
that he keeps couthuitly on hand at Ws KILN . In
latalliNTOWIL a ta sapply Of, flesh blamed
Raw YORK- lama. Which he jai aeil w await as
can be bought at any point along the Canal. •
1,141, DAD-4f. - • ' DAVID BROWN. .
ALL4CENDS 4110CERIES ANTI?
Ibruvidtitia, at wtolisald and ids% -
May 111,1989. , - • C.B.TATCHIX
ALT.,. KENDS SPICES; . COF
routed, rvirlyzrotutd. or ground to older. put
up prks, t, Qsponnd bases.
laic • .
PRAM Fl(iS, TAMATim
..11-•; servos, and :Oleo all kinds
COWELL A *EFL •
L"OR SALE:-THE SUBSMBEIR
:ateets for No alt Ide reel estate In Mb Borough,
cooshgheg of *Dwaine House and Lot and Brayer
Store. on the north tide of Lombard Meet. sod two
vacant tote totem south *de of meld :.street, together
With material enough for the oonetnection at three
homes. The rill be rid it
' , Tamale W.
11441 A-411'1 41:1 t
To 2= Wonstho c no p r e v e m i t Act
tanslin all classes ;with constant emptortust stud"
belnii; the *nob of the time: or 'foe the epee mo
. 126211 .• Iteigneimi ththt sthilthlththo.
cuti to U per evening Is assay earned by peat ad
the bei's9ri eau nenV. u
mit VI men. , threat WnOuis,
Who lletrote thethithole time to tho
and..tlat envy potion who sees thisnoucemersead
Ins Wets addresual test tbe Dulness torthosoutsu.
Inthellatrtiollontu to rkal dike; -edit whO
mob notwelliallethal . it* biligthitrs 11.61 k sad
$1 to foe tbek oil writliagfine. pu
Wane, threetheth kc 4 sat bed thlthith sully"
ththise-10 canth ; Wu, AUZZA.;
• Key If. left • - Urals; 16:
*arum nom. cgiv ;WOODEN
woe. st a UMW&
Ir[RD FRUITS OF ALL, ,lEINDR
Mon A MC t VIM
OORBEU or TAI ST. MID PUBLIC
.1 ) atarkilkiat%)-I,fl_f
e.rm -4 .777r - c'"
A UX 4001):S. :, •
• : ,
• An *Vat itrrtErgA Of - .1 71 g
WA " AN' ;IPAPERS.
tV/Pzlal le. of,
GelbiWALI.,- : PAPER.
. ' i'• :. i ; - "i 7
OROCIMI AND' GL&SS W/Vl,in
.ba an auks-4nm knicatanan.
I r ,
ran Ime or-
'1: , ;,/,;i:..P'' , .4 o c . Aill'E - Se
an=i' s 'AND MEW/1114
=PETS. OIL mina AND SIATTINO
An pars stock of
IiEAi)T=XADE CLOTH MG
]SOOTS AND SHOES
All lands of iLLITLEIt AND SHOE FDITILSIGS.
HATS, CAPS, AND- 'UMBRELLAS,
Trunks, Valinen and Traveling Thies
OILS Alth PAININ, quality guaranteeil, awl prices
below the general market
Just recelvetl, 100 dozen
PATENT " GEM,""FRUIT JAIL,
4/ 1 0 1, 3/y self staling. at tranufartmers prlceß
In tins .% stock of Goodit,in extent and variety un
equaled this side id Now Ybrk eitY. The publie ste
cordially Invited to call and examine goods and prices.
July 1, UM. MONTAN-TEFL:
G L OR lOUS N.EWS!
TEAS G4VEN . AWAY
• AT TELE • 1
GREAT AMERICAN TEA STORE
PArr . 0.1%3 BLOCI
BRIDGE STREET, TOWANDAt PA
At the sign of the
RED, WHITE AND BLUE STORE
samples of Teas GIVYN IFItgELY. to satisfy
the people that this is the place to save mOnesi.
PRICER LOW AS THE GREAT AMERICA:NI "TEA
• COMPANY OP NEW: YORK.
Fresh Ground Coffee received ally from New York,
or ground to order. Also whole Coffee. green and
meted. all styles.. whole and ground Spices, Dried
itU., at equally low prices.
Therabacriber begs leave to return hie thanks for
the very liberal patronags-ortended to him 'while to
the Grocers business in this place, and respectfully
inilictitea trial in his new enterprise: The business
will be conducted strictly.= the
to rex w U uoi have to pay extra Hive" - to make tip
for the losses of a credit bnetnean.
If you met spare the money to pay for a pound;
buy an mince and pay for it. .Be Independent—then
yau will be worthy-to walk under the
t AMERICAN FLAG
ilmericaii Tea' Store !
And buy your Ganda chap.- ire Remember the
Red. White i d Blne Store. new Block. Bridge Street.
July 1. 1 . 8188.8.131.52 ALL
Gb ' S. N. BRONSON'S FOR
. • L.'!l
HUBBARD MO WiNG MACHINES,
None better, and parte, for the Same, in important
SAS W. DOORS AND BLT,NDSI
No Nutter qualityican be . found, and at prioL..lttatii•
able. Tons of c • .
IRON AND - HARDWARE,
A.knr aa the tide of the zaaartet. &e.,.kc.. ai
.METROPOLITAII HARDWAII - E Stout, •
Jane 24. 1863--jyl
rPHE GEM FRUIT JARS, THE
beseln LON wbolesale sod nub.
July . :. . 3IcCADE k aux.
- TOMATOES; PEACH
.O es, tided Fruits, de., alioleaale and retail.
IitcCARE 4 Mt:
OYSTERS; AT WHOtE-
C. mccAtty. pax.pax. ANNED saks and few.
' 'TEA; SU GAR , „FISH,
C'!irtiolcalge - '
A LL THE ABOVE GOODS WILL'
oak. twoold to the Ueda eteeeditut : . •
July 1. *CABE le MX:
,FIREWORKS, AT WHOLESALE,
j9l, 3iceADE M 11.14.
(161. Rn PLANT'S NM. READY;
to WI cotkAiticia. , at the derden of
7017 - molar NIX.
VO RALIK' OR , EX . ORRIGE-4--
4:' TIM andarodsmod olkera for ..fie . exchango
blo=altitude' earner of Bridge and Sblis Eta.,
of a Dwernar, House, and 2..; aFreaof haul;
WWI a largo variety nu 4, such ea grapes? pea*
ea, video, plume, ebonies, and a number of abode
teem?. Par pillflcabma rpqn # o Of:O. .11.11fmewerm
TOrisida, Ady,1,1869--tt MACHU%
ANTE D.—TWENTY GOOD
of l iV r Ban Pizucis by the Towanda TAIMIng
litentnrood„ Bradford eo., Pa. ..Iligbest wages rill
be paldilitting the peeling eeason. L 110%141
(111 , MV0011 May 31. 1369—tf.
Y t. 4. ICS
'ileelleg and tpublhi azdireetatioe o} the line Or
°Less &ND NAILS.
~.,1 4`s~o~ Ildvemate
H .H H- H H H
!H . 41 AB B- B B B Lt
4 la,* receipt hy Exprem
Freightand of all the latest sty lca
Mid most reliable makesf
BOOTS AN. SHOES.
B . 'B I BBBBBBB
Vc are constantly manufacturing
BOOTS ANp- 8110E8,
- Biped/111y adapted:to the wantii , of the
Ittlidford Cutuaty trade._ >
H . H H 11 H H H /1
B • B B - B B
Oar stock of
;ETICULAS' and triti ISES,
Is -the largest in Towanda, and are
offered, at lowest rates.
H H.H H H H
B. B, B B BB 33 B
We have on hatid the most exten:
sire assortment of
HARIiESS AND SADDLERY
Ever offered in the Comity, - ,and are
prepared to circlet anything - in thia
BB BB 'l3 8,8 B B
Thanking our friends for, the very
liberal patronage given us in the past,
)ve invite their attention our as
sortment of godds in' each depart
ment: assuring them that. We have
never before been able to offer great
er inducements than: at the, present.
'IIII.3II 3 HREY BROTHERS.
H H H . 11 H H H
Towanda:June 21, 1e62.
FARMERS OF ITRADFORD CO
THE CAYUGA CHIEF .
TIIE BEST HE.IPMt. i AND THE BEST COHIHNIIH
a • MACHINE.
It is the LIGHTEST DEAFT MACHINE Pohl. It
two wheeled, with a flexible pole. and .1:0 wkwirr
THE MESE.' :MOM It has a floating Anger bar. Ana
follows closely the inequalities of the ground. whil
the graduating bar gives perfoetcontr.° 1 of the guard
Awes, so as to work perfectly In lodged awl WAWA
grams, and Clover. In lodged clover it beats anything
out—no place . is too bad for it. A simple ledger plate,
easily taken out, enables the owner at any time to
make the cutting apparatus to cut as perfectly as when
It is an iron machine, and will last years longer
than a wooden framed machine ran.
Our new machine. No. 2, in DURABILITY. LIGHT
.NESS, UTILITY. SIMPLICITY and CHEAPNESS if.
If you want a - PERFECT -THING. come and exam
ine the CHIEF before purchasing. and you will take
no other. ,s*
Ro yon want 3 SELF RARER. the CHIEF. wrath
Wheeler's New Controllable Rake, is ahead 01 any
other. - 7
REPORT OF TDON OF Da&r? WADE UT TUE THORN
HELL FAUUEUS' CLUB AT FUELS Stmt ANNUAL
Tsui, or . ban.raims : •
Dodge's Ohio and Duckeyr,No. 2,average per inch, 7.ai
Young Warrior, do '
Onondaga Chief, do do 5.N.1
Kirby. do do 2.35
Buckeye. No. 2.- do j to 5.10
Cayuga Chiet, No. 2, T do do
For Pamphlets or. Machines apply to
MARSIIILL DROTIICRS. Towan•la
1/1R.4.3.1 ELLioIT, Merryall,
• N'EIITON HUMPHREY. LeßaysviU
GEORGE H. PDX. Towanda ht-p.
EVERT lIACIELNE FULLY WARRANTED
June 17, 1869—t f.
TOWANDA COAL LilID
ANTURACITE AND 11111111 SOUS COALS.
The undersigned. having leas.Nl the Coal Yard and
Dock at the old'• Barclay Daman," and just completed
a large Coal-house and Office upon the premises. arc
now prepared to fitrnish the citizens of Towanda and
vicinity with the different kinds and sizes of the above
named coals upon the most reasonable terms in any
quantity desired. Prices at. the Yara until further
Chestnut - 5 00
~. Barclay '• Ltunp . 400
Run of Mines 3 50
- Fine or Blacksmith - 3 00
The following additional charges will be Dusk NT
delivering Cool within the borough limits r
Per Ton ...50 cents. Extra for carrying in. 50 outs.
Half T011..35 " . . . . .15 6.
Qr. Ton .-:. 25 4, . " 1" 0 " 25 f "..
AR. Orders may be left at the Yard, corner of-Rib
road and Elizabeth Streets, or at EL C. Porter's Dreg
must In al casevbe aerninii3nlea with
the • WARD k DIVEN.
Tariandi, March 4, 1869—tf.
A VALUABLE DAIRY FARM
tron a, ii subscribers offer for sale their
fine Dairy Farm s ; !situated two tulles cant of Green
wood, McHenry 'Co., Illinois. - Bald farm eontainn
three hundred and twenty scree choice land. descrlb
•ed as follows : 160 acres choice ttmbered. 100 acres
Meadow: and 6 acres 'tinder the plow. Good &wet.
ling-house and outbuildings, large cattle balm 36n60.
and good horse lUrn: The !lust liring springs in
the counter, rubbing throbab a commodious spring
house. Is capable of keeping 75 cow; and, ik only
ug miles fro* Abbott's Churn Factory. Terms one
half nib. balance in easy payments at 6 per cent. tn
tercet. References—H. M. Ckwonld, It. 8. Mellenr.',
Greenwood, 3reacnrt Co.; ill., or P.S. Ayer, Shc.he.
ski 8, 188%—tr.. . It. 8. ANER.
-GENTS WANTED-FOR PROF.
Parsons' Laws of Dulness, with hill directions
and forms for all Transactions-in every State, by
THLOPFIILrg PAII:SONS, L.L.D.. Professor of Law fn
Harvard University. A imw DOOR Ton Kr-mou n t.
EaPlaining every kind of Contract and Legal Obilga
tkm, and showing hoW to draw and cum& them.
The highest and best aithoritykiiho land. fiend fur
mu liberal terms. Also for. car,Patent Dille pros.
pecttis. Sgrr Pim& PARAFTT k CO.. Mkt.
3i q yi
wife. ORMLIA, has left my bed arid beard with
out lust muse or provocation, this is to forbid all per
sons harboring or trusting her on ray seecmnt, a 4 I
shall pay he debts of her contracting after tali+ dole.
Burlington; June 1.2,1869-30
A UT-I 0 N.-WHEREAS, MY
I,S=TIF. It, has left my bed Dud Ixoo:
aithoutittst cause or provocation. I hereby; forbid afl
Per6o4* w i ll 4arbaring or trusting. her on m y amount, as
I pay no debts of her coMracting after thus date.
J. A. 'ABILSTISONO.
itheshesiuin, Juno 1 Ifssitt—St•
NOtteattlitrol?7 given that all persons indebt
ed to the estate of MINOR TAYLOR; late of Orireit
deceased. are requested to malts immediate payment.
mid ail persona hashing elainumminat saidestato mutt
present t`tem duty authenticated for settlement
. .• ELLEN TAYLOR.
June tnetseh-* Administratrh•
NOTICE. - UPON ALL TA
muses returned by the Mercantile Appraiser.
remaining tumald on the Ist day of :My, I shall
4 . c:impelled 0 bring stilts for immediate collection%
C. N. MOULT.
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