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' ,- -I.3l:foston box alive4eggedwcns. •
biwriiploi rid Ids Lewis is
being midi& ,
—Dexter bees Wet,Of aaver4uted
Dar] brown hair brings the
hisheo Prkee in Fart.
—Bismarck will not allow his ten
to:wark qa SusubJg. -
—Adelina Patti baa taken Bnrlia
gamo's apartments is Pssim
--The new opere House at Meade-
Nem has been opened.
...:-Lancister is excited over the
• —Pitieburgil rejoices in a School
of Design for women.
—The first. anneal fair of the Lan
meter Park Association oosameateixi on Took;
The poultry in Lint:meter county
are: dying from a fatal and *stork= disease.
—Tin-weddingi are beooming fash
ionable in tho interior.-
' —The diggers in the Westaiore
land coal 'alines aro on s strike.
—A man was burned to death-re
cently in liGnersele,Behiylkilltecomity,by Ming
into. a limekiln' .
itewly-married couple at ENium
*rill; LA, Lte7j commit led imade togeter.
—Old Prince Charley, of Prose*
has been basso-whipped for envie:Di In a bad
low affair.: •
—Brigham YOung is in trouble ;
his family record is 1* and he la to imuddle
about hia cbildren.
—A Hindoo widow marriage has
taken rime at Calcutta and causal a little es
-lAentent in the native comunity.
- —Pittsburgh, in order to rival
Philodelphio,haoliad a cuo of attempted ma&
—Contributions for the Avondale
sufferers come in very shiirly at Pittsbin. The
total amount raised _does not reach a thousand
ty, was on last Smutty night deprived of all
light by.a leak in a gas main.
—lt is said that 35,000 children
•assembled to Fairmount park on realm lait,for
a "nutting• and play day. They hada grand
—Nine stills 'lave recently been
boized in um Richmond district, Phib&lphis,
for illegal diataling.
—The grand conclave of the even
'Mae Men,recendy session Lantsstor,
has adjourned. •
—Robert liontgOmery i the copper
head mdidate for Ausembly, m Northumber
lancloonnty was shot by a ruffian at the Tim
bottaville Fair, severely though no dangerously
—Hon. H. Jones Brooks, was the
Republican candidate for Senator from Cheater,
De/aware and Montgomery counties.
—Frank Clayton,of West Bradford,
Chester county offers trio for the return of five
fox hounds which have been stolen from him.
—There are 7,000,000 ,Soong men
in otir cotuatry,abont 250,000 whom prologs to
—A man in lowa in the last stages
of consumption was, last. week, baptised by im
mersion, and thinks his health Wag thereby im
proved. Very likely.
—A Jersey Quakeress thinks it an
insult to God to force vegetables and fruit by
the use of hot beds, which she calls an inven
tion of the Evil Spirits. .--
—The editor of the Lock Haver.
hoimendeni has been to Bellefonte r.•. 1 n - ss not
apprecistod, Ho don't like them.
—Mr. Charles Myers of Orristown,
Cumbbriand county, was fatally burned by the
explosion of s Kerosene lamp, which his wife
was filling as he was holding a candle 18 inches
uway. The oil was impure.
—A new Odd Fellows Hall was
dedicated, last week at Upper Stradsburg.
—Philip Clipper, aged 23 years,
IY.IR recently killed, near C&IIIMS, by
bluied cinder a bank of earth while ho w b at ei l i g
work in an ore mine.
—Burglars recently entered the
abopat James_ Blair al Orristown and after
~tealing what they wanted set, it on fire and
eft. The fire was extinguished.
—A. Chicago street-car driver,nara
ed David Walsh, shot his wife through the hinge,
beesuse_sho sued him fora divorce.
—"Scandalous reports" says the
mother of the Duke of Oenoa and porlaps fn
tore Xing of Spain, is ;Victor Emanuel's rnia
—Madame Rossini is troubled by
a seedy chap who hangs around her plate in
sistingthat he is a son of Rossini, his mother
-Theclerk of a Portland hotel
throw a man down stairs and killed iim, for
insulting the head waiter girl.
—A young lady teacher in a negro
timidity school, =Detroit, was somewhat sur
prised to receive an offer of marie from the
'most burly and blioakerd of her pria.
—Sarah Hay, formerl y of Albany,
now a noted nymph dupare, New York, has
fallen heir to property valued at over $l,OOO,-
000, through the death of an aunt in England.
—The Czar forbids Russian news
papers pnlallihing extracts from magazines,
—Howard Patd and his wife have
been very successful this summer and fall, in
their concerts at the English watering places.
—The brave Hindoo widow who
married Mr. Eomby Canoba has ruceived
thiusands efinpoes' worth of presents, and it is
proposed to start a general fund fur tho endow
ment of widows who wish to marry again.
is rather hard upon lEndoo spinsters.
—A State Convention of theacew
Jerusalem Church is to be hold in Henry, EL,
commencing on October 22.
• Rnehusetts has 40,000 more
'women than men, and wants to know what she
shall do with them. Send them to the South
to take care .of the freedmen.
—The " appea in behalf of Hud
son, the ppooverty thicken Englith railway king,
has mantled in raising M,OOO for him. Who
wouldn't be a poor railway king?
—:.The Nova Scotia papers are loud
in their delanee of Canadian dominion and
declare that province will act up for indepen
dence . aa soon u the British troops, now being
withdrawn, are out of the way. •
—The last canal project contem
plates one from Romo north across the Italian
peninsula to Ancona on tho Adriatie.
A . T. Stewart has already sold
this season twenty_ $2,000 shawls. In two months
one woman an a bill of 020,000 at his atom
—A coffin ware-house was burned
in Corning last nook. It belonged to John
—ln the waters of Lake Huron the
diver can Doe objects 30 or 40 feet distant. In
the other Lakes he ainnot descent snore than 10
—Bismarck em_p loys two Americans
es translators In the Foreign office.
—Sin& 1814 the Prussian Bible
Society has distributed 9,000,000 Bibles.
—The Ketchum family is again in
diffi g culty. 4 son is sued for 4100,0 T for thrash
in a clergyman. -
—The editor of 'a Havana
publishes a general challenge to all whott r
ed Nunez boxed his ears.
—An Englishman proposes to pun
. Ish wife-beaters by subjecting them to the
shocks of a galvanic battery.
—The . first edition of the Italian
Bible published since the reformation halibut
been issued in Florence.
—An old lady iu Mississippi has
• • f aired a rreeppuntation for 124 years Of age by
tap*. jttdlcloaaly about the Revolution.
—A very learned man, said: "The
hardest words in the English language are, '7
was mistaken,'" Fredrick the' Great wrote to
the Senate. "1 hare just bate great battle, and
It was entirely my own fault." Goldsmith says;
"this =.on displayed more greatness than
all his victories."
—A greenhorn, standing behind a
sewing machine at which a young lady,was at
work, looking alternately at the machine andite
operator, at - length gave vent to his admira
tion with, "it,s party, especially the part of it
corered with .-mloo." - •
—A "gentleman" in a state or in
toxication fell asleep on the side wilk,in Wheel
tag, West Va.,' last week. A phortograpber
brongbt his camera to bear on hin,and seemed
the shadow. • SNI being presented with the pic
ture, the ti leer "esned the pietist."
a. w. a_papip.
Towanda, Thorsdai,,Oot. 12, 1 .40)
3. 0. GOODRICH.
TEMPERANCE AND POOTitife,A
In The Argus, published n short
time before the election, wefind t•
G. Plerrox.—We understßud the
Radicals ire repotting in some parte'
of the county that Gen. Prarox will
veto for Gen. Gmnv as a temperance
mall,,but we are authorized to say
that although the Aleueral
thought Of - doing so, yet when he
came to review Gariar's record which
shows such an utter disregard of the
will of the peopkt in approving of the
Herdic bill and the XVth amendment
swindle, that he made up his mind to
vote for Judge RICER; with whom
he was intimately acquainted when
in Congress, and knows -him .to be
one of the purest, and best men - in
It needed no such announcement
to inform those Nyho understand
"the situation," that Gen. irerrox
would not vote for Governor GEARS
No one with a grain of common sense
imagined he would &so consistent
an act. But the article is a key to
the hypocricy .those who would
'persuade Repub,licans to ioteagainst
the nominees of their party, on the
pretense of aiding the cause of tem
perance. If professing temperance
Democrats (we suppose there- are
such) ever had a reason to leave their
party, and manifest their regard for
the cause, it 'was this fall. We do
not mean to say that Judge PACRER is
particularly obnoxious, but be cer
tainly makes no professions of total
abstinence. Gov. Gray, on the con
trary, is fully identified with the
Temperance cause, and was every
where assailed , for being a Good Tem
plar. He lost the votes of thousands
of men who will not be denied 'their
lager beer, or who are interested in
the liquor trafic. Ho was openly and
violently assailed by the Whiskey
Ring, If he gained a single vote
from the Democratic party, because
of his being an open, avowed Tem-'
peranee man, Nve should be pleased
to see 'the individual who deposited
the ballot We do not believe such
an one can be found.
The true friends of Temperance in
this county, will do well to study the
extract we publish above, and also to
consider what has been tke history of
the Temperance movement in the
past. The rock upon which it has
has been Politics, and its de-
struction has been brought about by
over-zealous, insincere, and designing
men. The canes itself, which is the
cause of Religion, of Morality and
Beneficence, gathers strength thro'
the efforts 'and perseverence of un
selfish and honest men, whose labors
are freely given to stay the tide of
black intemperance. The noble cause
gains .. strength day by day, so
long as their counsels govern, and
the effort is continued in proper and
legitimate channels. But at length
demagogues seize"hold of the organ
ization, for selfish purposes, and en -I
deavor to prostitute it to their own
personal aggrandizement. The end
inevitable. It hits repeated itself
time and again. Dissensions are cre
ated; contention engendered; until
the cause droops and withers, and
the progress made is lost.
Confined in its legitimate channel,
the Temperance movement has the
sympathy, if not the open and active
support, of every right thinking mem
ber of the community. But once al
ly it with politics, and you convert
_Mends into enemies, because it is
without its legitimate sphere, and is
made a machine for personal advanc
ment, rather than the instrument for
attaining the high and noble ends to
which it should be confined.
We do not mean to say, that pro
fessed Temperance men should al
ways vote for the nominee of their
party, without regard to his habits.
They have a right to vote against any
man whose habits are such as to out
rage their professions and principles.
But they should do it, as indepenent
and consistent voters, not as an or
ganization. For in all bodies there
will be different opinions, different
'views, different interests; and to at
tempt to use any organization for
purposes foreign to its general design,
is inevitably to bring trouble and di
vision. The Mends of Temperance
should take warning by the past, and
carefully avoicl the dangers which in
the past have been so full of disaster.
seems that several .reform
mexibers have been elected in Ohio,
whO are Republicans and are eipect
ed to vote for the ratification of the
Fifteenth Amendment. The Chair-.
man of the Ohio Repullican State
Committee founded his confidence in
the ratification of the amendment on
the hope that these "reform" mem
bers will vote for it, but other prom
inent Ohioans consider themdoubt
ful. The Tribune expresses confi
dence that the Republicans have car
ried both branches of the Legislature,
thus securing the affirmative vote of
the State for the Amendment.
SfirAFTER October the monthly
payments to those entitled to p.icl from
the Avondale Fund will ho on
or about the first day of each ;n Jr,',h,
and in sums-as follows: -To -‘
ow of a deceasedminer or to an in
firm parent dependent •-- :laid miner
for support, $16.66. 7, u ~ a rit child
—boys under 14 and . • 'l6_
years of age—sB.33. ' • the
lute - of $2OO per ounur. ' , _cr.%
and $lOO per annum for ...—ldren; •
•Sfir'READLNG was" recently deprived
of her gas tOr n single night. During
the general darkness some thieves
improved upon, the opportunity by
robbing jewelry store. They made
quite an extedtdiiYhard.
Is sumsvior - ifgsti *um
This is what the -Vioustealls our
"off yes!i*,itipOlitie&. - "Tklat , '
\e t" ) •
AO6 llll .
tarn-Put to the po I dr..7
reasqn, there were many faint-
Republicans who had no hope of our
- success. -- That great apparent -
: piwailed, is unquestionable, so far
'as the Republican party was concern
td. OUP tote has falleen:off largely
in the rand districts, whose agricul
tural populationkaakokrealized the
necessity of giving, one [day .to the
country, forgetting. the maxim,
"eternal-vigilance is:'the price of: lib
erty." -The' democracy; 011 - the *Cow.
bury, stimulated by the apathy of the '
&Publicans, 114 . 4 encouraged by this
prospects of success, have. made a
vigorous and systeniatii effort to
elect their candidate. Their nominee
was selected with great shrewdness.
He was unusually invulnerable, trona
the fact, that his Public , . career pre-
sented no salient points of attach.
He was a man of irreproachable pri
vate character, largely interested in
some of the most valuable public im
provements in the State,ltuid possess
ing enormous, wealth; . Which latter
qualification, in such a =canvass, was
supposed to be a vital consideration.
• But with all . the advantages on the
Side of the' Benmomer,-.-with the
coldneis • and ',indifference, and the
disaffection in mix olVn Parto','olll in
evitable result of the distribution of
offices—the people have testified their
devotion to Republipan principleaby
re-electing jolts .W. OVARY as Geyer
nor of the Gommonvitalth.
election 15 a teStimonial to the hon ,
esty and fidelity of Gov. °many, and
an indorsement of the National Ad
ministration. The people recognized
in the former:the fearles and upright
Executive, who has endeavored faith
fully to protect and subserve the in
terests of the public. The wise pol
icy pursued by the national adminis
tration, has more than satisfied
public expectation, and we may now
set down Pennsylvania as thoroughly
and radically Republican.
RELIGIOUS BIGOTRY IN OLDEN TIME.
—The Newburyport Herald has of
late unearthed some of the doings of
the Puritanic bigots who dwelt 'on
the banks of the Merrimac over two
centuries ago. The Quakers, it seems,
were among the earliest religionists
in the valley of the Mer r imac who
descended from the Puritans. In
1659, Thomas Macy of Salisbury,
Mass., was fined thirty shillings, for
sheltering three Quakers in his house,
for three quarters of an hour, - ,from a
violent rain storm. He stated in his
defence that be was sick at the time
and in bed, and hurried them off as
soon as the storm would permit, fear
ing they were Quakers. His thirty
shillings was a good investment, as
the poet Whittier chronicled him in
one of his poems and thereby he has
attained what many have struggled
for, without gaining it—immortality.
The Quakers were afterwards/hanged
in Boston. The first Quaker Society
in that' section was formed in Ames
bury, 1704, and has continued to the
present time, Whittier 'being one of
its members. This organization
seems to have struck terror into the
Puritan ranks, for in 1816 a fast was
had in the First Parish of West New
bury, that, the people might unite in
prayer to God that he would prevent
the spread of the' Quakers.. They
had'a society in Newburyport in 1744,
with a house of worship on High
street, Belleville ; but as Quakerism
found this an uncongenial soil, they
moved and built another wiling
house, which has this season been re
built, at Turkey Hill; West Newbury,
where some of the best people of the
county now worship after the manner
of George Fox and William Penn.
WINNEBAGO biDIANB.—SAICUEL M.
JANNEY, Superintendent of Indian af
fairs held a Council with the Winne
bago tribe on the lath tilt., in aegard
to their allotment of land. A major :
ity of them at first insisted on living
in the "timber," but friend 'LINNET
showed them how much better off
they would be in every way, if they
would build houses and live upon
the prairie, where they could plow
and cultivate the soil. They have
. such confidence in the Quakers, •That
they agreed to have him do as he
thought best. They had a long talk
by means of interpreters. .It seems
evident that had the -present Ipolicy
of dealing with these children `ofthe
'Wood been adopted years ago, the
Government would have saved many
millions of dollars, and thousands of
precious lives. Let it -not be forgot
ten that the credit. of inaugurating
this movement of "civilizing" the In
dians bY humane, just and honorable
dealing with them, is due to Presi
dent GRANT and the Republican par
. Tztorrsszr..—From our dispatches
we learn that "Democracy" is at once
taking advantage of its triumph which
was obtained through a pretense of
Republicanism and conservatism.
It was the old game of carrying the
onion flag to deceive loyal men'.
They no 7 propose to repeal all com
mon scho.3l laws, to repeal 'the law
giving advertising to Republican
newspapers ; to restore- the_ infa
rct ms impeached Judge Frazer to his
rights; to hold a convention to restore
all rebels to the rights of voters; and,
finally to repeal all -laws passed du
ring .the past- three years. This is
the true Ru Klux Spirit Tennessee
is in rebellion against a republican
goverouts*,;to-day, as fully as in
113 f tfle4PFlEfidenrrns would not sustain,
political vilany and hypoentcy hits
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Tits NEW Srpncr.tny Or WAIL —The
President-has Called into his Cabinet,
to fill;the place of. the Me Secretary
R aw li ns , William Worth BeMsnap,
before the war a lawyer in Keokuk,
and daring the war a meritorious offi
cer, who entered the army as '.major
of an lowa regiment, and left it in
18651 s Brigadier and Brevet Major-
General. of Volunteers. Since then
he has been Collector of Internal
Revenue,in lowa. It is a curious in
stance of the mutations of fortune
that Mr. Belknap, now Secretary of
War, in 1885 when he left the army
strongly desired the position of major.
orfieutenard-colonel in the regular
army, and was much disapointed
when he failed to get it.- • •
The now Secretary is a man of thir
ty-eight yeah of age, of good habits,
and reported to possess excellent ad
ministrative talent. His present wife
was Miss Tomlinson,• of Kentucky,
whose brother,-an-officer in the rebel
army, General Belknap captured dm
ring the war. Ho has • several chil
dren by a pr6iotie wife.
THE Emma. REVENUE.—We take
from the New York Times the follow
ing brief statement, which we beg the
reader to examine:
We gain on tho Mx MoWls 011860. compared with
the last Ms months of Ma
On spirits $15,2136,000
On-tobacco • 4,002,000
On fermented liquors
On groat receipts....
We lose on special taxes $205,000;
on legacies $177,000, and on success
ions $lll,OOO. We gain on passport
$B,OOO, on tax upon gas $135,000, on
stamps, sBso,ooo—nearly a million
of dollars on the single article of
stamps on legal instruments; and we
lose on the salaries of officers $242,-
000. This last loss Mr. Delano hap
pily explains by saying, "WO don't
have so many officers now drawing
salaries, and that is one of the things
General GRANT inten4o to do—while
he collects the tax he intends also to
reduce the expenses of the Govern
SLEEMIG CAR Taounr.ra.,-A corres
pondent of the Louisville
writing of the Pullman Palace Sleep
ing Cars; makes the following ispital
hit on one of the worst nuisances
traveling,hatehelors have to undergo.
A " palace sleeping car " which is
advertised as such a comfort `to trav
elers is rendered a positive nuisance
by sick and squaling children. Ido
not blame people for having children
in moderation, nor do I say that the
little cusses are to blame for being
had, bat I do say that a pair of, pro
dacers who take into a sleeping car
seven children all under sixyears of
age—tiro-thirds of them teething and
the balance suffering fi3in various
complaints incident to the season—
ought to be able to give a very good
reason for not staying at home. No
ventilation, no quiet, no sleep, no
nothing but a sullen and growling
disbelief in the existence 'of cologne
or any perfumery more attractive
than asafcetida. Every tune known
to the infantine gament, from the
montonous "yar, yar, yar," to the
belly-aching scream two octaves above
the highest A, is familiar to mine af
SOUND Panrcrpus.—We commend
the following extract from' HoRAcE
Granules letter - of acceptance of the
nomination for Comptroller of the
State of New York, to the careful at
tention of that class of Republicans
who now profess to believe that the
issues which have divided parties,
There are those who would per
suadens that the Republican party
has finished its work, and should now
dissolve and pass away. They say
thisin full view of the XVth Amend
ment, whereof the ratification by the
States" is still pending and •by no
means. assured. They say it in defi
ance of the fact that we are called to
vote this Fait directlT to abolish or
retain the Propert Qualification,
whereby a part of our own citizens,
who were required to , serve, and did
serve, in the armies of the 'Union. are
yet denied the Right of Su ff fage.
Four Colored men from the township
adjoining mine fell dead on the sin
gle field of Olustee, fightnig bravely
for freedom and their country; and
now their sons are denied a voice in
the government of that country by
the efforts and votes of men who have
no more propertY and no better edu
cation than they, and who took excel
lent care never to risk their hies in
defense of the Union. If there be
one Union soldier—even one—who
votes to deity the Right of suffrage to
the sons of those who fell fighting for
the life of the
. Republic, I must believe
that he _was impelled to enlist rather
by love of-bounty than love of coun
1). B. •
The Ifechawroa to (Aa Snit Railway Bleeps at (aqua
Aiussa and Plwit.fervi(Rn a Strike.
New York, Oct: 18.—A formidable ;
strike of the mechanics employed in
the shops of the Erie' Railway is in
progress. Not less than six hundred '
men have refused to work—four hun
dred et Susquehaniia and two hun
dred at Pert Jervis. It is alleged
'that the scarcity of currencyhas pre- .
vented the prompt payment of the•
men, and that the Company has been
compelled at times to pay as high as
two per cent for it. Pay-rolls are
said also to have been delayed by the
freshets and breaks on the road; but
it is clamed that all hands were paid
on the 15th, except those at Port Jer
vis, numbering 110, and they were to
have been. paid on Saturday, but
struck on Friday, and were on the
following day paid and &limiest&
The Siisqriehanta hands struck in
consequencethereof on Saturday',
and those at Jersey City to-day, and
have been paid and discharged: It
is supposed those at Buffrlo, some
two hundred more, are also on a
strike. Officers of the road say the
strike will occasion no interruption
to the business of, the Road, , and as
applications are numerous they will
have no difficulty in filling the places
of the strikers with new men. It ap
pears that the Erie Company, some
months ago, inaugurated a system of
consolidation of the machine shops,
that those at, Patterson and Pier-
Font have been closed, and that the
ort Jervis shop will be closed soon.
The object is, a reduction of expens- ,
I nn •
A STRIKE AT:IItIFFALO.
Buma.o, Oct. 18.—i The employees
of the Erie Railway work shops in
this city, two hundred in all, struck
for regular pay at nine o'clock this
:morning. At a meeting held this af
ternodn, resolutions. were adopted
stating their past grievances, and de:-
termining to hold off, ntil such time
as their objects shall be accomplish
ed, and the employees at Port Jervis
VIRGINIA 11. S. SENATORS.
The caucus of the Walker members
of the Legislature closed after mid
night on Monday kit, having nomin
ated for 11. S. Senators John F. Lewis
of Rockingham, and John W., Johnsf
ton, of Washington county.
Mr. Lewis is a native of Rocking
ham county, fifty years of uge, was a
member of the Secession Convention,
_voted against and refused to sign the
ordinance of secession; 'was a Union
man: through the war, and was the
candidate of the Walker party for
Lieutenant Governor, lie led his tick
et over 2,000.
John W. Johnson
,is a native of
Virginia ; a nephew
_of Joseph E.
Johnson, lawyer by, profession, a
Union man through the war, and *as
appointed Judge of the Washington
Circuit Court by General Canby.
On the ballot on which Mr. Lewis
was nominated, the vote stood, Lewis.
57 ; Judge Edward Pendleton, of
On the ballot in which Johnston
was nominated, the vote stood, john
ston, 60 ;
Pendleton; 30 ; Robert Lor
ren, 10 ; Joseph Seger, 5.
The caucus of the Wells Republican
members to-night nominated for
United States Senator L. H. Chand
ler, late United States District Attor
ney of 'Virginia, and Dr. Alexander
Shiur, at present Marshal. of the
District of Columbia.
The caucus also appointed ai Com
mittee to carry to Wwhingt,on, the
protest recently adopted by tlie Re
publican members of the • liegialature
against the legality of that bbdy.
ANoraza CONVERSION.-Rpi r , Mr.
Morrill, of New York city, wlr has
for sometime past been practicing
the most approved ritualisM;ha.6 land
ed in the church of Rotne. • thinks
that the mother church is sufficient
in holiness, for all religions profession
and safety. While an occasional con
.version to Rotnabism takes place
among the- clergy of this country,
Father. Hyuciiiithe, in Paris, withdraws
from that church, and is likely to draw
a large number with . him, as he I's a
very popular preacher.
/Mr Hon. Join Covons estimates
flEAßy's majority 'at 4,800. He has
the official vote of all tle counties
DS-Father HYACINTHE has arrived
in this country. He brought letters
of introduction ; to HENRY WARD
Brrcnzn and Gen.. Dix.
i& The Republicans have a ),, ~
jprity in the Ohio Legfidaturd. tv; Bch
insures'the passage of the 'Fifteenth
igi.Ei-Gov. Emma died on Sun
'day last at the residence of his son
in Carlisle, Pa., in the 90th year of
os.Taz opening of the great Na..
ti;mal Horse Fair . at 'Williamsport on'
Tuesday s was a perfect success.
11160101 V • ,-410;146-
A', wror 2 ,,, trioN,
11 12 11 1 11 0 111 01 9 1.0 6 .34.?. - --i.?,,' ; '.;.. •
;1% :, , Auesovicatal.-Akokto,
. Ale 11
Overinew • - US& 41
Bondi*" socure_dradio2ol4 . .4c:121,000 00
:LBoode tg smug deposits... 66,000 00
II Bolide issOmenviDas_onlausfl . 900 00'
10.129.. Doplide awl 20,011.1ft6...,..
Dag tenta reasagair and roam - 41.1 10
Doefroin Mier Didkonal Daaka..." 19.014 r e
Due itain OW= bank* and biaters....... 000
Bialag .0020.• •
... MOD 00
°Dior reargstals .
lrandtarbatadaxtuntir Di 00
Correasissi.; 2.1 0010
Tutes•a..' I.i .......... ,
ONlDDisastiadeding . ... . 1.019 .- 18
Exchanges for ilb.”l22 sonee
&Is of. other Ziatomilße t uks .. .. „7.2,111 00
, Fasetlonal Currency ibieDutlug *AO-- 1.212 00
=w: --Cain. as 91
I taasitry NOite• • .
Gold Cheeks an otter Dual ' •
impil lead= LOM.S PM/ 0 0
svertant. . .
Itomlttginoss .675 40
iNgidtal Stock pals 4 In
Surplus fmttl '
Profit *maim - 4418 48
Minimal Dank .411reolation ontetneding.: 111 4 135 00
Didietdealelte... IMO. 06
Ceelderl Meets outstanding
-United Rates Deposits 4 ,36,932 48
Delimits of U. B. Disbursing 015eere.... moo
Doe to National Banks J 535 31
Doe to elbee banks andbinkere 40 43
Dotes end BlUe rodisootinted •
Bldg Payable , • •
Dividends unptia •
" • $473, 96 1 14
, Bra sz OP-Pemanca.vanta. s E L. "
County of UniaOrd. :
' N. N. BETTB:Jr., Milder of tho Pint National
Bank of Towanda, do soleninly swear that the above
statement in true, to the beat or know and
belkt . • N. N. B er.
Bubacribed and awain to beim me, this 16th day
of October, 1669. , .'
' W. G. GORDON.-
MT. Fox, , '
CAL mumulaw •
RPORT- OF THE CONDITION
of the First National 133a1t of Athena, at dos
of badness, Octobor 1112 :
Loans and dlsoonnt
118. Bonds to secure circulation ..
ti ~... 110,000 00
Due from redeeming and reserve agets. 9.334 68
Due from other National Banks 3,420 87
Due from other bank! and bankers , 180 Sit
Current expense' • j 1 674 26
Cash Items (including stomps) 1,031 00
Bills of other National 303 00
Fractional Currency (including nickel!).. - 1,329 07
Legal tender notes , 11.186 00
Cap Mal Stock
interest • -• •
Profit amlloas) 1 - '• ... 10:000 00
Nitional Dank Sireulstio' n outstanding... 89.531 *OO
Individual deposits .. 60.494 07
Doe to National Danis 8.554 59
Due to other banks and bankers 181 06
Notes and bills mdlsorunted... . 4.000 00
Sunr. or PZIEUTLYANIA.
Calmly of Bradford: jF. •
1. VDIIIN'A. , SPALDING, Deader of the. First
National Dank of Athens, do solemidy swear. that
the above statement is true to the best of my know-.
ledge add belief.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this IGUx day
of Ociober. 106.9.
CHAS. T. HULL. Notary Public.
Correct.—Attest: M. W. Wur.muct.
J. P. Mow.
A. H. BitALuixo.
LET US' RYttSON TOGETHER!
How can • any person manufacture Confectionery,
and sell it at 15 cents a 'pound, when sutor ii worth
16 cents at the Itellner7.lunleas 4 is terribly adul
terated)? ' .
How can any dealer retail such a silo compound to .
• Ms customers and have a conscience void of offence?
How ern any ceinitinier expect to •purchirse pure
Confectionery at twenty4bro and thirty cents per
pound when a pure article. cannot be, manufactured
lees than thirty to forty cents per pound, consisting
of masts buds, burnt 'almonds, and such class of
Within a few days we have been offsred i cassia
buds. etc., for fifteen gents per pound.'n d Choco
late Creams at twenty cents, and the age t acknow
ledged that they were adulterated ten per nt, with
Terra Alba ; and it is fact that tons of Cheap
Confectionery are made rind sold in country
every year, and the consumers are the only persons
injure 4 by It.
Nowitbr flit Gettritt of tivitti, trio - wi th a Pure Coll&
of co weiteetY. we will *Tat au" article ?oar
mans adore dtrictly Pure di free Ann every !ogre ,
dim! deleterious to kealth. '
_ A. may . .
1 Store formerly oatmeal by iohn carman,Mahr *rect.
kToWanda, October 41, 18416'. • • . .
, OISFSEYE, SON & 'S
AND GUIDE TO THE
FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
(4411 D RN, TOR MO.
Published kaanuary. Every loins of fibiterg ail/th
ing this new and valtiable work. free of charge, should
address immediately M. OILEEPE, SON k CO., ER.
wanger & Rarty's Muck, Rochester, N. Y.
Oct. 21, 11369.—tjum3.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS I.
would intim= the ladles that she hai returned Di=
New York with a large and oarettdlp selected stock
of FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY. which ahe
now offers for their inspection, and will be pleased
to wait on all customers, both old =Lyceum.
• & GILLIVIN.
Towanda. Oct. 20, 1869.-4t*
E i: X.ECUTOWS NOTlCE.—Notice
islereby given to all persons indebted to the
eats of FAIRCHILD CANFIELD. late of llke,
deceared, must leake immediate payment, and all
persons having claims against said estate must pro.
sent them duly authenticated for settlement.
MIL B. STEVVIS.
Oct. 21, 180
APPLICATION IN DIVORCE.-
TO louse Stough.—No. 448 May. term, 1807.
You are hereby ,notttled that Catharine. A. Stough,
yourwife,by her next friend„Pleb E.Coe,haa applied
to the court of common pleas of Bradford county,
for s'disoree from the bonds of matrimony, and the
said court has appointed Monday tho 6th day of Sept.
1809, for hearing the said Catharine in tho premises,
at which time and place you can attend if you think
0ct.19.4t • 'Sherif.
APPLICATION IN DIVORCE.-
To Sarah M. Reaves—No. 494 May term,lB69.
Ton are, hereby notified that John Reaves, your hus
band, has applied to the court of common pleas of
Bradford county, for a divines teem the bonds of
matrimony, and the said court has appointed lgon
day, the Sth of December, 1869, Air hearing the said
John in the premises, at which time and place you
can attend if you think proper.
T CORPORATION NOTICES.-
App,catiom for Intorporation for the Methodist
Episcopal Church of West Granville.
Notice is hereby given that the above Associations
have rurally presented to the. Court of Common
Pious of Bradford County, their articles of Associa.
tion asking for a duree of Incorporation. and the
said Court having examined the same, and finding
them correct, will decree that they be incorporated
u prayed for, on Monday, December 6, 1869, at 1
o'clock p.m., unless cause be shown to the contrary.
W. A. THOMAS. Prothonotary.
Prothomotary's Office. Oct. 16:1869.-8t -
EXAMINATIONS ! The . annual
examinations of Teachers for the several His:
Was of this Count)'. will be held as follows
October 12, Warren. Bowen Hollow School house,
do 14„ Windham, Ilnykendail .do •
do 15, Litchfield Centre do '
do 16, Athens borough do
do 18, Ptldglurrs, Centreville do
do 19, South Creek, Gillett's do
do 20, Wells, Rowley Hill do' '
- do . 21, Cohnnbia, kuntinvilla dor
23. 22 Troy, tiorre . tglt do'
uprelo. Centre do;
do • ' 25, Sznitbleld Centre . do
do 26, Ulster, Village do
_27, Shorlatquin.lcorerValloy •do
do `2B. Rama borough 7 do
do 29, Wm; Myaratrurg do
do 50, Standing Stone. Stemma do
November Wilmot, Sugar Ban do
do 2, Albany and Overton, 51abra do
•• do Fn. Varney do
do 4410n05. Cornera do
'5, Canton. ugh do
5. - Grairrille boro t. Cerdre do 1
do %W.* Itorilngtan, Centre do
do 9, Burlington. Luther's Mlle do
do 11. Maids. Camp
do 12, Orwell, Orwell Rlll do
do 13, Mu, Lehoorah) do
•do 15. Tuscarora, Commit , •do
do 16, Wyslusing,Camptown -do
do 17, Terry, Torrytown 'do
do 18, Asylum, Centre do
do 19, Monroe, Monroeton do
do 20, Towands. Collegiate Dole
gersmination at Towanda, Dec. Oh, to e
h e ld a
the Collegiate Institute. • °
Applicants are roquuested to provide themselves
with toobrcip paper. p-ne3 and sixth Reader, and
to attend in the sick where they reside ce
teach. Those will 1 the special EmmiuWon
will comply with t' -moots found on the
139th page of the set Exercises will- omit.
mence at 9 o'clock a. in. Towbars must procure CM.
tillages valid in this county before' pammencing
school. All pro/aerosol mink:saes now valid in this
county will expire on the first Monday of Juno mixt.
a and other , friends Of Education are re.
spectfully Invited to attend. .
fiept."/45.18 A. A. 39. County .
MACKEREL. - CODFISA BLUE
Macitunr Trout. Ciaraaa. -BMW and
&naked Samoa, linzakad Balitmt: and Dried Bet
I • LOllO4 MU&
414 1 nd %
Nirh r rALL#WINTERIKkee
if• Bow!1" Triatilo4 - PS
t e ttrieteek° 4 4
03418010 1 114 4 13 .
oENT's FURNISHING GOODS,
' . - -dam! e 4
- --and I:kleSkiti efitakt
all of the Wart masalada, slil.lne West *q li.
wbkh wW ba radwead riot: I am also re.
calving the begat Moak of
118011:14 . CHMOMPLIA. !MIN OS, ke.
Sat 3/04 112141 WPM can at
M. E. ROSENFIELD'S
end convince yourself of to Pact. that on mutat
goods cheaper, repreanntrai._._ alas cell ; the
atkation of public to any dock of Gent's Toe-.
fibbing Goode, such ea .
oASIJN R 4
\ DIU WEBS,
Cordage Jackets, Shores, T►ea.-Suspenders. and Ca
lms, ali ,the liked stens. . - •
Give me a call before purchasing eleewbere
New Yea Clothing Elasser, 110. 115 Main street. op
posite Payrolls, Towanda, Pa.. 0et5.130.
NEW FALL & WINTER GOODS.
B. A. PETTES & CO.,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS 1
meets* adapted to tilts market; couslating In part
of a poem; line of
BROWN & BLEACHED MUSLIN,
I '2323,325 29
DRESS GOODS & TRIMMINGS,
. 50.000 00
. 701 00
. 3.823 13
Hosiery, Gloves, Notions, dc. fie.,
which we otter st the loireat *sad; prices.
Also a 'general line of HAIR GOODS, such as
TEAL' AND IMITATION MIN SWITCHES,
is being repleallittexi will a large etcrlrof tie latest
styles of • . • • -., •
HATS. AND BONNETSI
FA.LI4 AND 'WINTER TRADE,
Together with • full egeortnent of the West etylee of
FLOWERS, FEATHERS, AND RIBBONS,
and a general line of TRIKKINCIB. Baring In our
employ tirstolass and tasty MILLINERS, we flatter
armoires that we can furnish the trade goods In that
line that will pima ail who farm na with thetr pat
ronage. B. A. PETTES k CO.
Towanda. Vet. f 1869—din
WHERE TO FIND LUMBER
CULLS°, FLOORING, SIDING
CORNER BOARDS, BABE' ROARER,
CORNICE, FREIZE, SHINGLES
ROOF .BOARDS, &C., &C., &C.,
OPPOSITE 3LETIIODIST CIIIIECTI, TOWANDA.
B.—.Tob Work prorrii4lF done
Towanda,-July 15. 1869.
THE HOST SUCCESSFUL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF TUE WORLD,
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
IJNITfa) STATES - OP AMERICA
Cumzum H. Cr..tzut, PMJadelphio, President.
Jar Comm Philadelphia, Choir= Maxim and
Harm D. Coosa. Washington. Vice.Prosident.
Dawson W. Parr. Philadelphia, . Secretary sad
Foams G. Barra; Y. D.. Philadelphia: Medical
This Company issued. balm first par of its exti.
Insuring over 19.260;000.000. The annual preminms
upon which amount to over $1150,000,000.
WNATIONAL LUZ INI3ITRANCE COMPANY
sUnited States of Amor** affords unequalled
security to Its Policy holders. and combines all the
advantage. oared by other Companies. with amend
Mastto itself. , Its wonderful rums* proves it to
b i eutost popular Life Trumann, Otanpany Is the
world, with the public as well as with agents.
Eap to lletrui Ituntranee mrot 6 A. ..kgr ou itcza be
ooa®pagf direct, eto M. •
a W. CLAM t 00..--.l.rerrit.
10 south sa. elan.
_General Agent! fur T I; and Southern New Jer
• • B. B. &MM. Maigger. -
0. Eta it A. 0. MASON; Unman,
0004 Atlanta For Bradford 'county.
T ow.TRA MEAT MARKET I
The sabactibers will keep constantly on hand
MI stook of
ai wholesale and retail whom all parties can be irep
pUad acreturnable rates. Also a fall stock of Mesta
BEEF. PORK MUTTON. Loma BAUSAM _
BYWDCHEESE.• BOLOGNA. TALLOW.' LARD. An.
Market Ant comer 'oath of Ward Ham. Main-at.
sect2l,B9-sui, RHAW. BR.&UND & CO
*.r- , •
0 V.E.ROO.Ar 8 1
ems brought Sothis market..
HATS, CAPS, tEe. he
arc sow reasising a truth supply et
MtNNI:LS, ZEPHYR wousrEte,
BOISE, 1014.1D5, CHIGNONS, Ike
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
EGA, CASINGS, GLAZED BASIL
I V AND DOOR FRAWS,
RAILS, POSTS, PICKETS;
FACED LUIIDEU, DILL TIMDEU,
Chartered by Spcdpl Act of Congress,
- - $1,000,000.
Buiwat owner" intuDEErata.
OYSTRRS. FISH AND CLAMS,.
Each In their season.
OViTERS, FISH AND CLAM,
_ • • - -
. - .• • r •
E._ W . •
1 1 2tliti * : 211 4 1 DTIFINTOR • - GOODK
.-_• . • . .
• • • - ..•
; ;-, k*t. • ;••
TAY.r. , OIV (CVO'S. „
1344V1, nber 27. ISO:
o g .
I .0 02
5.4 • o
•T, 1 g
NEw GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
AT THE TORE OF
'New and beautiful Asks of
FALL AND -WigThli
TRACY & MOORE'S.
__ 4 Splendid new
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE;
HATS . k CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES;
TRACY & MOORE'S.
And everything the line, Just opened,
AT THE tyro= OF
Towandi. Sept. 96.1369
We nave extended onr Ors thrmigh thr Waverly
N.Y., and are now prepared i to receive and forward
moneyand merchandise, and collect notes, draft"
checks, am.; with despatch and
. 111 low rates
•We run careful and experienced' Messengers
arousikbebiren Philadelphia and Naw,lrark arid its.
,yerly daily. ercerf. Etundajls, kW:erg qtdrk t!nfand.
prampt.dellmy. . • -
lei. SPECIAL RATES will be allowed regular abip.
-Pits of Butter and AIM and particular **ration
gtien their prompt delivery In Philadelphia and. New
York. i .
EDW. E.. PARK. AUL 8 0 Pt -
Gement *lke-320 Cif enfant St.. Thilecktiphte.
Sept. 29, ISO,
T OWANDA • COAL YARD. • :•
- ANTHRACITE AND BITUIDEOUS COAIR.
. • .
The nedertAgned, having leased the Coal Yard and
Dock at the old "Barclay Basin," and just completed
a large Coal-house and Office upon thcpreamises; are
now prepared to furnish the citizens of Towards and
skinny with the different !duds arul sizes of the above
named coals upon the most revaluate terms in tory
quantity desired. 'Prices at the Yard until further
notice: I . •
Small Egg . , • 16 60
• - 6 50
" Lump - 400
.• Elm of Hive 860
Fine or Blacksmith ' 300
The following additional charges will be made for
delivering Coal within the borough limits :
Per T0n...50 cents. Extrifor carrying in, 50 cents.
Half T0n..35 . • .. 25 •
Qr. Ton . ..25 04 .41 Si 14 dd •
W Orders may be left at the Yard. corner of Rail
road and Elizabeth Streets. or at C. Porter's Drug
Store. - - '
..Orders must to all eases be accompanied with
the cash. ' WARD DIVES.
Towanda. July 26.1860—U..- • , .
TOWANDA MARKETS I
JL (WOLESALE PRICE'S.)
Corrected ever , y Wednesdar by C. B. PATCH, sub.
Jeri to changes deny • '
'Wheat * bush
Eye: * bash -
Buckwheat, it bush.
Oats, It busht
Beans, ff. bun- •• •
Butter (rolls) *
do • (dairy) * lb.
Biro if lb 10 22
Ordotts. P bush - 1 00® 1 25
Wmatrra or QUM—Wheat 60 lb. ; Oont 56 lbs. •
Eye 56 lbs.; Oats 32 lbs.z - Battey 46 lbs.; Duckwbesi
43 lbs.; Beans 62 lbs.; Brsi.2olbs.; Clcrrer Seed 60
lbs. ; Timothy Seed 44 lbs.. Dried Peaches 33 lbs.. ;
Dried Apples 22 lbs.. Pisa Bsed 56 Tbs. •
V - 0 REIGN AND DOMESTI
mos of an kinds In dolt sown.
Mrs 20. C. 11. PATCH'S.
Zngt recciml at
y / INKRE NOTIONS,
JOILN SMYLIT, Ja., Supt
$1.50 , 8 r5O
00 @ 29 00
, , _ 20IMENN-
it -: SZGVERSMITH,
eale'oitit; saki' or
althWV* ll . l W 014M:"WAND4.
i'.'-irici.: . ,w_. - .*..T., -y- ,
of AU- descripuow ; atm
FINE SWISS WATCHES,
GOLD U M AINS
CLOCKS git,ettni styloilrout Go cleated to the
A LAME AB B OETIO37 . or
S.I'ECTACLES . ,
You ALL AGM
nzemm;lo xurty AND Ezimunomur toIE
ttoeninde. Lept. lan
HE iLATEST - AND-BEST
THE AIIERICAN,BUTTON HOLE,
orts t szA.MrNa AND SEWING NAOMI:
Bait br mum% k imam,
lilerears Sow Pam-kr, Tairinds, Pa.
THIS MACHINE combines all the good Tashi:es
of all other eret , elses machines, doing with we,
rapidity and elegance.
besides doing different itlnds of work that other ma
chines cannot do, each astruildnir
- 'IIU-TTON H. LES,
than' can beniade by I=4 the rate of four per ->
minute, and ovumiat Or sawing over and ever.
which bj many Is ••mod of more raitio than
even nuking - bation•hc&m. Don't fail to are this
Machine before purchasing.. We desire all to see •
and try it. and are willing to let the ease rest onita
own merits. Every Maehlne warranted to give Sa
tire satisfection. •
CAKINS & BABB=
_Merits for Bradford °Minty.
. Sithagents wanted Meech town.
-- Toratular, Aug. 24. 1969.—Sui
CARPETS 1' CARPETS
"POvv JULT & CO
Haring largly incresed-their facilities toe exhibiting
their goods in this tiny, and are now receiving for
FALL ANI, 'WINTER TRADE,
and more extensive and
BETTER ASSORTED STOCK
YLOCIR OIL CLOTHS,
Shan they hart before offered.
They mili4)lt:dly invite ettentionof the public to
this department of their business, and pledge them
selves. that their goods shall always be sold at the
0.1 , f 4:4 (.0
Bi_Jocm •ac co..
Still continue to manufacture their celebrated -
HORSE POWERS & CLEANERS,
end will sell i better m c ichins, for less money thin
can be bad elsewhere in, the world. We claim for
our Machines that they will do as much. cc more,
than any other. and are more Mustily built. We
personally superintend our work and -see t~e►itia
well down. We will send
of our inseldnes, on applfilatcau
'ONE'AND TWO HORSE POWERS,
One & Ttco-Horse THREthER,If REPERATORS.:
THRESHER. anti i CLEANSES,
cractrus AND urrAof AW 301.114
SAW AND MILL work done to Order.
Glee wit's all before pureluedgg elsewhere.
- •va "os'.(attoarniti `SIZZELIV_
"_l3 V- aostria
. Aug. 2, 1869.
GREAT.' BARGAINS IN
poorrs 8z siaoms
NEW 'BOOT 42174, WOO -111:ORB.
South (ad of Ward Noun
The undersigned are regieeing a large and wen se:
laded stock of
BOOTS • AND SHOWS,
Suitable for the
SUDiM S AND FALL TRIM,
Which we offer low few Cash. Consisting of
AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
SEW ED AND PEGGED BOOTS
MADE TO ORDER
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE
AND READY WHEN PROW SID
illThanktut for peat facors; uni solicit • continuance
of the !suite.
11111117 LL WOODVOID.
Towanda. Aril 5. 1567
G iyyac • CLARK