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str A Special, Court is in: session
- w.,w211. H. - Giniiijias
Drag Moro to Drs. Vasco 4,11E44 , irlk6
continuo the boldness ot theibla stand....
se- Ali. E. W. Towns, of Rai";
raised &Conk 71 pounds • sowing, AI bushels. at
Norway oats, weighing 34 pounds to thobuaheL
VWWe publish on the first . page
of this paper an interesting latter titan CAW
dent in Cornell 'Univers!V, Ithaca, N.Y. We
hops to hear trombhn
lir Miss Mwrzra Wzrros has our.
thanks for decidedly the largest and most dell.
dons risimties Int have tasted this season. They
were grotto at the residence of Mrs. Winros,
in Norlairitp Hollow.
Mir EDWARD Pisses, of Wells twp. i
was brought to this place and lodged in jail on
Monday last, for shooting's oolored man named
Row. Rom:mos. 'The ' mandtwaipremeditated.
We understand that Rcumiscas has diod Bf his
injtuies. _ .
I. The mother of Wm. M. Mar
Loirr, Esq., of this place; died in - Corning on
Satnrday last. She was ono of the oldest resi
dents of that place, and highly - esteemed by •
largo circle of friends. •
Or' About half-past five o'clock on
Tuesday bftornoon, BEIIIA2e6 livery stable was
Aiscovered to be on fire. The fire originated in
some straw in the loft; and was either the result
of spontaneous combustion or.tbe work of AM
incendiary. i . .
Wt. The Elmira AdthTtiser,is hay,
lug a little "onpleasanhiess" with the Typo
graphical Union. From all that we can learn
of the affair, we judge that the proprietors are
in the right, and hope they will hold-tint.
09:- We are ilidebtedlo A. T. Lur
tsv, editor, fora copy of the Bradford County
Teoch.erl Attend. It is an interesting little
- volume, neatly gotten np, and deserves an or,
tensive sale. ,
Ii The directors of the North
Pennsylvania R.U. Company passed through
this place on Thursday last. They were accom
panied by quite a party of ladies. The com
pany took dinner at the Ward House.
Stir EZEKIEL Caen, of Herrick, is
anth , rized to receive subscriptions for the Itz-
VORTEIL T6Q Circulation of the IhreorrEn has
now reached over three thousand copies, and
if our friends in each township will only give
little attention to the matter, AIM!. reach five
thousand before the 'expiration of lain
ger We learn 'that Rev. R. Carr-
TENDEN'S barn was entered On Thursday cran
ing last, and sereral articles carried away.
Pernong other things the thief got bold of a set
of Seriptiiie modelit, but finding the "Ten Com
mandments" wrapped up with them, returned
re— A good family-newspaper is a
lieeessitY which every intelligent family will
ha% c. It helps to - pass a leisure hour pleasant
ly ; it furnishes material for a profitable conver
sation, and improves the mind, elevates the
feelings, and drives away drill care. -Therefore
let every intelligent man take home the REPO' 11-
TEII, and read it to liisfamily.
gitT A County Sunday-school In
oitute was held in Lellaysrille, on Wednesday
and Thuraiy dtlast Week,. A deeper interest
in the good work has rarely been more mani
fest than at this convention. The friends in
L-Itayeville and vicinity most heartily no-toper
ated in the meetings. We hope to give a fuller
report next week.
SUSQUEHANNA Cousrr.—A brake
man named DATID Dtaasr, wa killed - at Great
flood, on the 23:1 nit., while coupling somo care.
4. W. Jonia has beon appointed postmaster
si Great Bend, in place of Dr. H. P. Moon;
Three' Baptist churches Susquehanna
v tty have contributed $132 to the Avondale
`rt,livf fund. •
i We take great pleasure in di:
ii , tivg attention to the report of the condition
of tlt,• First National Bank of Towanda.plt will
1.0 dt•VII that the T arerage deposits are about
This flittering extol& is in a great
inua,uro due to the personal popularity and
bus licss ability of the gentlemanly cashier,litr.
BETTN, upon whom the entire management of
tlt•• uleerti tests during the illness of President
tar The ministers andNlaymen
prt, , t.iit at the Sunday-school Oonci4 on in
Troy, took the responsibility of changin the
time meeting or the 'Troy District As *a
to enable members to attend who oche
i 3.• could not consistently, both that and the
o• story services of the 31. E. Church in Wells-
The Association will commence its first
cu.:; , •rly session for this year in Millsboro',
2c,, at 2 p.m. The dedicatAiry services are
5:•; , ..,!.ti,d for Wednesday, Oct-27, at 14 a.m.
and layman are earnestly invited to
ear The Watkins Democrat, says:
11, Watkins Glen will not close this year till
.:os.nt the first of December, and as autumn is
m •at favorable time to visit .that beantiful
uno. romantic locality, our readers should em
roc, the first pleasant day to make an autum
nal acpuintanee with its ever beautiful and
,t: ;doss scenery. Its former manager, Mr.
II !IT:A, hes been placed in charge by the new
tor, and its staircases, bridges, railings
a•pl pathways aro reported to be in perfect or-
ii4ir EDITOR OF THE REPORTER : We
iu your paper of tall oats and briers,
3 potato vtne twelve feet and four inches
knob cud potatoes _ that weigh two pounds
5 , :,1 ton ounces each. ThoY weraraisedneither
'Ow Athens flats or Huckleberry mountairt,
I , lt on Holton Hill. L. E. Gamuts.
(Mr. Games has given us a practical demon-
ration of the truth of the above, by leaving
usa basket of potatoes, one of which weigh
.l viands and nine ounces.. There were
1.1.11. Q others in the lot which were almost as
be. Now that the election in over,
5.:,1 the political fires all oat, wo have time to
1..4. after other fires, and to see them burn
ith n pleasing effect is an easrmattcr, as by
i;..1-ting a Morning Glory, Brilliant, or , Illumina
tor, the effect will bo satisfactory. ASPINWALL
kec; s them. Also, the celebrated Baltimore
linter, which for convenience; -economy, and
heating power, is the best thing ever invented.
Thy ally . use as much cosl as an nrilinary stove,
antl will heat four roomeotp stairs and down,
eel eat but little more than a first-class stove.
lie has put a great many, in kero, and every
, no speaks in the highest terms of them. Pco` .7
1.. it tiAtrate circumstances should have them
1: all Licans, as they will heat their whole house
r ni, flu r. al used in a common heating stove.
t'oupt-Tmo IltrEttrsr.The Chicago
.1„."-:01 gives a new nal° for rinaptitinOriter
,..t. and says it is so simple and ro true that
~ry banker, broker, merchant or clerk shonl4
,st zi up for . reference. There being no such
a thin?, as a fraction in it, thero is, seareolY my
to error or mistake. Byuo other ;with-
Tecti...ll proms can the desired.information
obta:ned by so few figures. •
Sir.per ceid.-31tatipli any given number of
1“Ilsrs by the number of days of interest de
bire.l, separate the right hand figures and di
vith, by six, the result is the true interest on
such sum for such 'number of day . * at all Per
Eight per coat any given antount
the number of days upon which it is-desired
L. ascertain tho interest, ar.d diridW by forty
°`e, and the result will be the interest of such
fur the time required, at eight per cent.
11n per cent —Multiply the same di shove
and divide by thirty-sin, andthereardt willabaw
the rate of interest it ten per cent.'
" t 9 1•77 1 ,7: 1 4 00 .4"
far knnabli4/.o o l l i4rtheo POI are
0 9 11 ,0 - 4 111 . 6
head were out all their
smote them hip andtbighroutedtbem,
coot and &spot* --
. _ ~
Some six or eight new l iUtere dome: '
critic side made their appearance, yet i 0:4 1 / 9
they posted only 79 votes. Last year, at :,, , the
Presidential election, they Polled 85 into&
The Ilepnblieanithis falleastl96 Votes: :Bois
25 or 30 ofoar voters did not attend, GUN:want
of the 0411010thien of thin samirintro
Witte or one of heel% ethlecoee. i test were
too lay or too hultiforent eo.eome.„)Tharke on
a man who will not some out' nd 'rote ',Or hu
manity and equal it the . day , stortny
and unpleasint t Such anima ought net Whore
the right to vote at
Well, the die Ismail and .I hope liberty has
I have faith.4cdl thith—in the rietth)liam and
integrity of the muses of our poople t , and I be
lieve that right will -in the: end prevail. The
monster we have been combating diesbard, but
let us be faithful to oar trust and we will me
him perish, fade sway mid - die—"lntirely," as
the paddy seys
Awhilo'sge• I told you of some huge totateca
and long potato dues.,l hair° now to inform
you that Lonmr.Paermwm4 of this Phew,
picked apydrs,from his orchard this fall; setae
of which weighed 23 ounces. What doyou think
of that? Ah; Mr. Editor,-Warren is getting to
be a famous pace: - • We barnlarge apples,large
potatoes, largo men; and some great and awful
sinners—politicalV, I moan. • Let us hope that
they wall repent ind do better iu filter°.
Oct. 18, 1869. • &tat.
BIIRLEMON.—Among the news of
the day, politics is occupying s very important
place. That now that the - election is grew and
Republicanism triumphant in our State, there
will be less talk, and we hope less, of the bois
terous oicitement always attendant on a politi
cal campaign. Election passed off quietly here.
There have been -several serious accidents
here lately. A boy about 13—a son of Law.
nsmcm lissinsise—fell from the tap `of a chest
nut tree and broke both limbs above ttielmecs.
Dr. awns's. P. Triser, forincrly of Monroeon,
was called upon and displayed some of the skill
previously acquired in the army. Ho was as
sisted by Dr. ELY, of this village. We under
stand the boy hi doing well.
Two twin children of Mr. and Mrs. Lan flux
toy, seven weeks old, died in ono day and were
buried in one coffin. A warning to all that none
are too young to die.
The October frosts have colored the forests
with a thousand beautiful tints, so rich that no
painter can imitate them.
There is some prospective wealth here unde
veloped as yet, in the large, ahuost exhaustless
quantity of limestone in the quarry near Bur
lington village. It only wants exter&iind capi
tal to develop riches/or the soil . and the own
Central Lodge, No. 505, LO. of i3.T., is doing
The present number of members is IL
The Officers are—W.C.T., H. Ely; W.Y.T.,
Mrsr3f. H. Everett; .W.S., Mrs. E. A. McClel
lan; W.C., Mrs. D. H. Sweeney; P.W.C.T., C.
S. Knapp; W.T., Mrs. L. J. Wright; W.A.5.,.
J. Heath; W.F.S., It. P. Hill; W.L.S., Mrs.
Anna Boss; WAS., H ss Helen Heath;
Loren Web:mg ; D.3L, Miss Sarah Ward; W.L
G., Newell Winston ; W.S., 3. H. Hill.
May success and prosperity attend them and
- their efforts in the temperance cause.
Oct. 10, 1869. • Musictr. 'Hamm
se. We find the following bio-.
graphical sketch of the Into N. W. Amt= in
the Sullivan County Free Press.. It is evident
ly from the pen of ono who knew. him well : •
"NELscor W. Acirmr. —The subject of this
notice, son of NLILAII and Soma ,Acar.r.r, was
born at Wyalusing, April 3, 1835, rt_d left an or
phan by tho death of his father December,
1814. In the spring of 1819 the second mar
riage of his motherbroko up the family at Wya
lusing, and NELSON-went to resido with an un
cle in Susquilanna comity, where he remained
about ono year; after which he made his home
with a brother-in-law (at Wyabasing), and as
sisted him in his business. Then commenced
the course of training which in five years fitted
him to become the head of • business, and to
conduct it so as to win the commendation of all.
On January 2, 1856, ho came to Mullion; and,
served in the Store of F. N. WELLCOX. A CO. 112 X..
til April Ist, when he was taken into partner
ship and the firm tuorganized in the name of
Wtm.cox,.Acrtzr A Co. At the expiralion of
two years, April, 1858, llr.-Wrr.mcor. retired and
the business was continued by Wm' Acs-
"On April 20,185-1, Mr. ACKLEY Withmarried to
Miss Sdudu B. Hom.m..l3.tes, of Wyalusin?, who
died April 80, 1885.
"Two terms, or'six months attendance at t,o
school of " Uncle Lraux " llicmuoosos, at Mar- .
ford, Susquelmnna county; when ho was about
fourteen years of age, comprised the whole Of
his scholastic advantages beyond those furnish
ed by the district school, 'at the -place of his
birth ; and it is needless to say that the district
school as it then c*isted, was a much less thor
ough and satisfactory institution than it is at
the present time.
•-• "Ho was rather a student of men than of
books, and the success with which ho won to
' himself friends during the active pursuits of
business, attests snificiently well his intimate
acquaintance with human nature ; judged by
\ this standard ho could nut be called 'an igno
rant man, although ho bad little time, as boy
or man, for that diversity of reading which goes
so far create the average of American intel
To those be knew him as a man only, it can
be said that e saying—'The boy was father
to the man,' wa verified in his case; for, being
left an orphan 13e re ho was ten years of ago,
and being the elder son, ho necessarily became
his mother's man of sinoss ; and oftimos he
might be seen coining wn the road riding or
driving old 'Doll,' and to ' g aloig with so
much of energy in the expresOon of both the
boy and the horse, as to make3t seem a strife
between them, to see which sho4l s, first arrive
at their destination. That ho shoo d develop
a high capacity for, as well as integrit in busi
ness, was no unwise to those who w e ac
quainted with the stockfromWhich he des nd
ed, upon both shies of the family tree. Y
Mr. Editor, well said of him, ' Strictly honest,
giving to others exact justice, and demanding
the same in return, ho his gained the good will
of all-classes irrespective of party.'
"lit Is hard to realize that Mr. Acxxzr was
but a little over thirty-four years of age Hav
ing been in business so long, and accomplished
so much, in a calling so divernified, and made
up of such minute transactions, and yet in the
aggregate so large, thatat the Smear his loath
there were upon the books of the firm over one
thousand different accounts. The greater part
of the labor of book 'keeping had been his, nn
tfl within the last two_years, as well as the eh.
tire management of the business from the date
of its reorganization in 1858. The book-keeper
of a Now York flint with' whom Mr. LCIELET had
done business for thirteen years, said that - they
had six hundred names in their books, and that
among all of their customers' Mr. /wax= was
the only ono that ever checked their books, as
an error of so much as ten dents never escaped
"To illustrate his prominent traits an inci
dent may bo given. Ono who had business re
lations with him (the papers and evidences of
which were entirely in the control of Mr. Antr
im) wont to him during a depression conse
quent upon ill health' and asked for a statement
of their affairs, saying that he- was of infirm
'health, and wished to have something to leave
as evidence to, and for the; protection.' of his
children. - The reply was thia—' In case any
thing should happen to you, yeti children will
get all that belongs to them, and not' a cent
more. , 3Vas not that reply such es Would re
assure the doubting? It was so felt to be, and
his friend wont away confident that the 11112111
who hid the courage thus . to. frankli claim all
:that was his, had ago the integrity to yield to
others their due. . .
" Coropicnous among his best traitiii)f char
acter was his lidelity 'to trastk r .a/as I it led in
directly to his end. On Ifondayntarning, Sept.
29, ho took the fatal train hoping to bo able to
servo a friend, and instead of meOting him, be
met death. • - -
-"On the Wednesday following, we paid the
lase sad offices of respect and affection at Wya
losing, and laid his remains by the side of those
of his wire of a year, end- near 'to kindred, and
among scones b.oth of which loved fall welL"
WANTED.—A good blacksmith
namedistely. 1. P. lattra.
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*lne_wwerWhe.hne h.nen - 06 11 00 i n /an t ininil l
hank for tlerpast nein - Hie. been , lip.
poinkel eashier".;This wileaerrod cupplinust
to 'a faithild and efgclent.e.lork.Oday he lint
—Topeka, Haaucie,is Brad
ford county brayera&W. H. Warance, rag.,
makes tikfourth oueffelithic county W 4 01116
settled ht that thriving 014.- ' : •
—E. Gum% Enl.;;of Highland, while cutting
wood AIM anlot eine% acclaentalif struck the
ate into his foot, inflicting a secrete end Painful
vcsind. • - • •
..—Wo aro sorry to hear that_ ASPM.
'WALL hi anninottnhia-kunini.nitka
nem , ma) him around again
Ic4al fully reo9T* 4l :i ,
—Judge Parini was in town on Tuesday.,
Oncq Coatis uag Coed lioproaoniatlie
from laizerne He WM make, an end-,
-If. a mucus, Beg:, is in NUW York; on,
liminess connected with the 9..3ER.8.
—H. E. Timm; of thieplace,lumbeen grant
ed a permanent =Om** 11 1 3 , the Statw.SnPcc
intendent of Common &hook
Editpr: The read
of the Idmounis arc blessed to notice
its column "local" continues '‘nersij,"andwc.ll
Although the 12th . of Octolme.mili a stormy
day, outtown never polledao heavy a vote. It
was feared by soma that the peopletolght neg.
lect town matters in the heat and strife of high
er politics, tam that our elections both come
together. But it was not so here. : Li fact, the
interest in town offices fairly eclipsed 'coanty
and State. The chief haute was in the electiOn
of school directors. Now that wo_aro building
now houses, it was' the conviction of many that
tho sub-district lines needed "r+econstricting,"
in order that justice be done to 'the children.
This was stoutly - oppoptyl by some. Botli par
ties put up good men. It was no personal or
political strife, but a war of principle. The doe-
trine—"Thy greatest good to the greatest intro
ber"—was '4llsallowed. ' The - storming party,
believing their cause a just one, moved upon
the enemy's works" and " faught it ontirn that
line," against odds, and won by sixty-one ma
jority. Amd now, "Let ns have peace."
Mr. Editor, you may still remember,
"When froin Aunt Patty's quilting party
You saw sweet Belly home." -
Well;..quliting partiesare oat of datenow, but
our young }elks have bee n enjoying a Teri good
substitute therefor in the shape of "poach cuts."
But even these are about played out, for,want
of peaches . .
Our election bond were occupied until three
o'clock the next morning in •""counting off," and
fixing tally papers, certificates of election, &c.
They worked faithfully and well, too. Wonder
if the eight honr syttein has became a law yet?
If so, our board are entitled to two and a-half
days pay for their services. • Where Is that
"Lightning Calculator" man? be in
good demand next election day. Would. it' not
ba a good notion to have as extra clerk or two,
to keep tally as fast as the votes are polled ?
At the Institute held here, 'one of the 'ques
tions answered road thus: "Do snakes go blind
during dog-days 7' A pretty girl arusweked,
"They to." Willmomebody give us the reason
war? Your correspondent is a little skeptical.
Let in the light.
We bawl nothing to report in theiray of long_
briers, but have, to report a' long' clover-root
found thrso years ago, while pulling stumps.
It was four feet long„and ran • straight 'down.
not seen audineasurcil i it, I should have
put the above down for a "witoppor," bat it
was a fact. Ar.rn.t BETA.
TBOY.—We clip the following from
the Elvtira Daily Advertiser:
Tao; Pa., Oct. 15th, 1:117J.
"Et:wrens ADVEUTIBED.;—EarIy this. morning
or last evening,a series o^ burglaries ,were com
mitted in our village. Some one 'entered' the
residenee'of Mr. NELSON ADM', and took there
from two overcoats, ono valued at forty dollars,
and also a gold watch, worth about one hun
dred and fifty dollars. Mr. Canvas Gaon&
4itoi4e was entered, and over ono hundred del
ilarslaken. It appears the' thieves pushed out
'the key of the door, and inserting a duplicate,
entered in that way.
Mr. Owns found Lis . Toth' the hall, and hii;
pants out in the front -yard, . and his papers
strewed from the door to the gate. *. An attempt
was also made to enter the house of Mr. E. C.
Ouvr.n, but a suspicious character having been
scan around, Mr. Our= bad taken thoprecau-
Voilto fasten a piece of wire frbm the front
door to the bell, so if any. ono tried to open the
door the bell would ring. About two o'clock
the bell tapped; waking Mr. Obitnn, who on
getting up lit a light, but no one wattle be
found around, they having been frightened off
by the bell.
A few 'weeks ago the depot was entered, and
on the some night the cigar shop ofletr. d. H.
LADLES, and a week or so after that some one
entered the store of 'Mr. Wrramar Onwaw.
And the cry' is, "Still they come 1 they come l"
No clue to the burglara.
The new buildings on the site of the late
are progressing finely, and some of them will
be read] for occupancy by-the first of Novem
ber ; they are a credit to our village, and much
Praise is ihie Mr. Hoaacn Powanor •for his
efforts in overseeing so many men in putting
up such noble buildings, Tr.oraw."
—Sue CARNOCITAN, Laving become satisfied
that the South is to, place for a "yankee," even
though he be a good democrat, has returned to
. —Poatraor andLmro'snew block is to bp oc
cupied by llrrcnn., Ibmnicr. & Co., Dr;, - Goods,
G.D. Lora, Dry Goods, PAIISONS & Co., Drug
Store. They arn all first class business men,
and will succeed in mating Troy the same buy;
wide awake town it was before the fire which
destroyed the best part of the place. .
—The Troy House will be open for the ac
commodation of guests about the first of Novem
ber... udge Love deserves some substantial
roceigrii 'on pf his enterprise in fitting up such
a house rthe comfort of the traveling pub
lic, Will o. Trojan friends take tkeir initia
tive. . .0-
WELLS.—The .lorious days bf au
tumn are with us. The praises of spring-time
have been chanted in our ars, bat how Elate
are its charms compared wi i the more sub
stantial richever Nature's rip • g! • The vio
let, though sweet, has not the ties of a gor
geously tinted landscape, nor the a breathes
the fragrance of a world of lascious 't.
We are pleased that your local colum
made to sparkle with so brilliant a collectil
ready wit and talent (Jaz counted, out.) .It'
making the Rumor= what every countypapei
should be—a - medium of neighborhood intelli
gence from every town in the county it repre
sents. Every town may be improved, 'and no
stronger influence can be.brought to bear Upon
its people than through the colonies of a lively
paper; and we find that a good paper, is pre
dated in i nearly the sank matmer is any other
good thing—by liberal subscription and hearty.
encouragement ; and whore a people pro plecilgr,
state their wants plainly, and supliort their lop
reel:mitotic° paper Den*, they are tram: to
Our local mentions are' few this ,week. -- Wo
left it to the people to get up material-for
item, and they , failedd - to report except political
ly. The Bird of tho Republic shit finds a hOtne
in the Keystone State: If anyone seis fly':
ing tower& Wells, let them be sure and head
hint off; for' if he depended on a Republiesn's
getting to election and voting him a dinnor,lo
would bo a dead eagle iha minute. Taiarig our
town as a sample in this 'respect, it's passing
strange that Oar Veteran to-day . is not Melia
out - Of the chair for money. -As it - is, we rejoice
that a country should remember Its &Nader&
A: democrat man of French 31ffls says it beats
all that a people will vote such a load of 'ta'ia.
Hon on themselves. Well, they did come is ith•
ilia few thousand .of getting a Worse load!lian
taxer. We aro now paying if; ante given dur
ing the late trouble, as a surety forriddiag t_'‘o
State of* such a menagerie ; and, sec,
Re propose to have the trio itlghrli) Ilac
allow and Occupy the back
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tdcd*c l C , * l AddOli•theceithl4 l vitt . '
tie the mitt* i PskichiOACCitbitliiitorigi
datyftwirespougibility — : Itintglitheweneimilh
to houto the swot iitui Apdcg ctetuthOltt
'ati these Itivn't much feerlog;and to mat dell'
AA" 441 4 e 44" a re . 1 496 4 Offerelt it 1,,W
be policy to leave litesk lout iii ilti'oola t sea
ritlithc ticlusiltAYht the' eittleigla
dkeep by feedicaccd cited ec rindh! ) ,' AIR
an igrproredfiptip the iprinie• - " .; , , %
' Come 1 0 Oink alrgit* wOld - 4 14 0gewani
suaTip on r tomws4oiiii , 4 ,ratrOenyittre
ftutaican in 4,44 , pitied tliti word:-•-•%'-' 4 - 1
Oct. tit i v pp% - • • Jolt Commit ,--.
CatiOdong s 4 th ItfProoddikild*:Pll44 ,ll . l
all . Ili 00 mood of - roplithw Loitaisisor's
* *Ysi x toli l o "11' t ain it izi a t h e : 2611/ F,":
-little - boremgh polka about erfcoii;
Ina:s isnio Republican n4Witf Tho
oleotiorkof borough omcors was :stkowSw with
considerable =interest, Ma consequence- of the,'
fed that we hive a conple Of rural 'Political
popes here; Who - hive heretofore. managed the' ,
borcingkeleetknas to : stilt themselves:- ,llnfor
tunateljfer,their*Mmoi they Coinffilited the
folly.Of nominating a "hard. "hard
cues" forme of the offices. - The !animas re.
belled; made ntiothes tidal and electedAt
the unparalleled astonishment, grief and indig
nation of the "rowere that used to be." gprti
is the Re - pular result: Xidge of
!cosy; immeetors 7 -0. ltzcßEr,Wat. Communal'
BolVess= ll - Toni; it7ponel—JoaMlVotrarrr,
W. W. Woommant, A. W. Wool:meal, L. L.
MOOD; D. Vorotrri:. Justice—F.lV, Maus*
6 majority ;.„, Mutable—A: P. - Yotraro,l4 *neje*
ty; &hoot Dieedors L. A. - RIDGWAY, A. If.
Wartuts; Over o:Poor—M.D. pAitt H. W.
Your correspondent, "Pluvius," should have
told vou about flood No. 2, on tho 4th ult. To
change the poet's similitude. t• little, it, was
"Strong without-rage, - lei& overflowing "full."
Tha flats were covered with water. Bullard
Creek took a fancy to travel in- the Main road
south for perhaps 'half a mile. Said road looks
like a flattened out torrent bed. -
L. L. Noomr lute bimght out Wmensat
Elder Bunzuparis is slowly improving., The
Baptist church hi comingont in white garments.
Other items of interest I should liketo speak
about, but timo . will only permit •me to add a
slight dramatic sketch: •-_ • '
Scene—Borne. Personagcs—l. Independent
but upright citizeni.: - 2.• Libidinous candidate
for important office. Ilme—Dayjor two before
Candidate.- 7 "Won'tion give me a vote elpc
tion ditty?' • . •
Independetit citizen (in a strong Saxon min
tier and with an tacleserilmble Cyclopean ex
pression of countenance)—"Ain 4 t they got any
better timber :than you r
Candidate--" dims you'd find out if I was af
ter you with a warrant."
'Citirou—" Yea, no doubt if tgot into a woman
scrape, you'd be after me." • •
Bat "I"lnvius " and "Yarout" could do more
justice to these village incidents than "
Oct. 18, 1869
ATIMM-7- - goptilarity js a draining
value in the eyes of our. great Yankee nation.
lu-the contest for preferment envious partisans
gallop along with vehemence, keeping one eye
on the "gun" andthc other on thO dear public,
whose fulsome praise they regard sti the cyno
sure of all !nanbood and gallantry._ Even the - ,
most modest, retiring mortals are tickled with
vanity, desiring to appear recherche and get
their share) of public flattery.. Your correspon
dent has no wish to Ktab finch darling ideas with
hii gesyto-quill. We have 'tried to be careful
and not say anything in our reports to blister
the sensibilities of any, desiring
_rather to act
asa healing salvo in promoting universal good
But wefhave • unintentionally blmulated.. In
the report of the election last week, some can
didates for borough (Aces seem to show to
rather poor Advantage. But this is no index of
their popularity. These offices are not desired.
They are a tax on any business man's time and
pockets, and he is considered most fortunate
th4tpails clear of then/ altogether. The ticket
was made up (with two or three exceptions}
without thelmowledgc or consent of the can
didates, and some of the namosput on but an
'hour or so hoforo, the polls rloied. Thorefote
those who received fewest votes, hi some cases
- may havo - boon as great favoritecof the public
ae any. •
There has been a great clamor for NIP all this
week, and-two or three persons have boon treed
for the bloody We have given our:expla
nation, audit not satisfactory, aro.roady to have
our head shaved and go in on "muscle.'!
A jury last week, after a two days' trial, de
cided that Fuescms Titan's brain is muddled
so he is not competent to transact his husimais.
Some on will be appointed nort court , td look
after his affairs. ' -
The directors of tho North Pennsylvania N.B.
wore in town last Thursday. night. In the even
ing were guests Of CoLionn. Wrzurs in a pri
Work is progressing rapidly on onr new de
pot. The trenches and stones are nearly done,
and the contractor, BEIDLEiAZI, Will rush the
brick work to completion in about three woel4F.
CLagr's now planing mill is now in successful
operation. . Ns.
• - vat.. Prof. McMummy, the Light
ning Calculator," gave - au exhibition in this
place on Tuesday evening. Ho iswithott drinbt
the champion "figirrist "of the world.i Those
who failed-to witness bis wondorhil feats n the
manipulation of figures, should improve • the
first .opportunity of seeing him. His daughter,
lama, is also a perfect prodigy, and bids fair
to equal her father. • •
211‘ As many Of our democratic
friends have been unfortunate enough to lose
hats 'on the recent election; we laiow they will
fluinh us for telling thorn that Crinrfotr & Ama•
mut luire'all styles at - the fewest prices. Per
sons alio did not lose on 'election, will also find
chanci foi a ggod hatpin there. • '
DEmonnsfi - 15i0N . -rin,y.-This and a
sowing-machino is beginning to be considered'
indispensable by yonnghonsekeeporsandladies
generally; but the Moreau must be had,
whether - thd sowing-miehiie is or not. One of
the great things in its favor Is, that the gentle=
man no it. i They tlid• it senaible - instead of
frivalous, full of practical information and use
ful idOas, which save young and inexperienced
Wives and Mothers any, amount of trouble and
xponse. Tile illustrations 'and patterns, the
vie and.other departments; are each worth
and i i vroiolviso hisbands whO want to
y• good thing for . their wives, them
the family gOn*Wally s 'tO send AOC)
ay, 11:T., Immediately, _ • .
do a rol
to 838 Bros,
DR4oakar's 'Youtra itraticA.—The
Nevembernumbes , this. -poptdat
cation bas just re us, and is deeidetilpthe
best number. *al ' has issued. Opening
the bright - cover, nt pop a beautiful bird, a
supplement to thq Magazine, !worth its cost.
The departmenti tor-1W ' the "Little
Housekeeper* and the "Toting arc or
ceileut. In fact, --the entire mouton sire just
such as are calculated to please and ins of the
Juveniles. It is the' best investment for 1.50
that we know of.. rnblisized at:R36 Broad .
ss. m. Lswrs & Sox, Bridge Otr&t,
Towanda, harejust received largo stock of
Stoves, which wo invite that public to" call. and
elan - Line. ale invite your attention to Sof
froy's Patent Rev ibla Griddle.. 'of
this little article, e task of proparingbacakes
for breakfast is a pleasant pasthrie.
The greatest facihty is secured, and the work
,4huie, in it mannerthat renders the,_grlddle an
indisyonsablo utensil for the kitchen. It ac
cu es a netters:idly of sire in the. cakes, toms
tio;ut Withoid the use of a knife, andbalies them
with much greater rapidity than the common
griddle of greater surface.
,' '4.-- I
• i ILA
1416:4111 Peronisinterested itt - Bee
ingiorinalissussostsie aid tele - of
Hives, are'regnested tamest stiho Wad '
4u Towanda, M
on Wedneiday;Oei. et9e
P.m, for the pupate of consulting in reference
to Matters oflnteresttosl'Dpirtie oonaroed.
. 'B. W. Omer, •.,
V. Lsoseun,: ' '
VAlmair. tOck-U ure est
-To Painuat: ,Tbankupteca lobe a
through the_preashar me trot,- Tim than a
week *Kw: XlOUngelun was ilehraled Old
Wlnda ad trot agahr beli! eimi lL iabt otheredse
engaged: Hence thetiuiteotyin lf
was situatndlie Pathan --nothlng eke , do ,
ht e*age.,:j trotind,twica.- aroud- the -
XIII TAW hweltiWaikol 4 11011 V: PA - - 2:47,
andoncs aroma- Uri 'same' ha I.IIK- "Piitoben
trotiodlndoe armada) name track in shrink
three *luta., 'Myna even kept far_ gam-
Ming wwpftwr, TIMM Consider Woo 'MU=
to fame to defeat a ball bred bona: Patch
en's dammia advertisod in the iixg of 'el aa
- Liberty" and "Sweet Brier *; "in the fall of
" that"hunrms ;Messenger mare*; in the
upring . or69, !tidareenger , " and Thum"' Neat
vrg I think it will be 'Row lkishiese
Opposition:' ' I hare only 'one laire in da m,,
and Items. Kingsbury & liokaanyother
*toe, Pin Prg t OAP° ir not
represented. •", r- ours, &of
Ntencrr..—The third 4uarterly nieet
ink for Wyainsing Charge will be bold, Provi
&mod Fermittin lt
_at tha.E. Church ill Stan
ding Stone, 0ct..,284 and Sith inst. Services it
2 o'clock, p.m, on Sattuday-r-Lat 101 a.m., Sun
day. - Rev. Lamts Pa= will officiale.
Campton; Oct. 130.869. - ',P. B. 'Awl=
SWARIrkaiD . &
Paarr have j_tud, received a now stoelCot whiter
raillinery._ Lacs, please and minim
Rooms over Truro Slam ldonroidoa.:
• Oct. le, 1869. •;. • •
• Wit' Dalkon the 17th illetalit;be;
twemi Monroeten and Rome, a'Sitchel iontain
ing a black alpacca . drces and some other arti
cles. The Baer will be snitabry rewarded by
leaving it at this office, brat tho Post-office In
Borne.. - . • : Oct. 21-IWw.
WAYrr.o.—Nine e Teachers' with No.
1 - certificates, to teach three MODULI in Albany
townahip, at thirty dollars per month. Address
Ow. H. KIRCD/4.1., New Albany, Bradford Co,
Pa., , , - • - . Oct. 21-4 e.
- Scit s °Oz. DrawrontiVAßE '.NOTICE=
There are several male and female Teachers
attho Susquehanna Collegiate stitute, -who
desire winter Schoola., Enquire, If Dr. cos'r.
Fon SALE CanAp.— Be i ng about to
remove from this place, I 'offer my threling
house and lot, situate- on Chestnut stroet, for
sale at a bargain: .Enquire at the Post-office,
or on the arses. D. W. Goa"- •
ler You can save fifty e.ents. on
every pound of tea, at Mamba's AIWA= Test
Store, Oritfltlot Patton's new , block,Brldgefit.,
Towanda, at the Bed White and Blue Store.
'Sept. 9, 1899. 1031" AT T UthgEWAY..
, 4 -
Nat. You save money on even--
thing in our Mb at the Iled,'Whito' and. Blue
Store,'Try Ord satisfy ycrarseives.
Sept. 9,38 69. Bassmun Rtpii.EWAY.
At . the Bed, White .81,11 Blue
Store 'you will find Crackers, Candies; Nuts,
Dried and Canned Fruits, Tobacco, kc., whole
sale and retail, cheaper than the cheapest.
Sept. 9, 1969. Bniww 4tt - tt Amway.
lar Good, reliable, working agents
wanted for a first-glass Life insurance (Mn.
pany, in every town and township in Bradford,
Susquehanna, and Tioga Counties. For partic
ulars, address C. F. Cross, Towanda Rem
A HOUSE AND LOT MB SALE (Ai RENT.
--First house north Orr. Di Morrore_e,- on Sec
ond Street.- Enquire at the Red, White and
Blue TeaStoni. •
. Sept. 9, 1869- BB ( VII " ' Yr BWOEWAT.
tom. The celebrated 31Oxican Coffee
for aide at the Bed, White and Blue Store.
Sept. 9,1869. 111prootAra, 4E Moony-mob
WY I. .Or COipLEECIAL COLLEGE.
" A Bus' ess Education will be of adrantage to
every m whatevcrhis future occupation may
The ming Commercial College, Fstabllsh
"•din 1863, and connected with Wyoming Bemi
nary, oilers a thorough and complete course of
instrUction for those desiring a commercial edn
Its location in the beautiful and historic Val
ley of Wyoming, with its canal, three linos of
railroads, and mimetise coal and other business
operations, afford rare opportunities for young
man desiring situations. -
Our graduates are tilling positions of trust all
over the country. Young moil have attended
this Ifistitution from Mississippi, Kansas, Min
nesota, and nearly every State in the Union.
- Our tuition for the regular Business Course is
from fifteen to twenty dollars less than at other
Commercial Colleges, and yet advantages here
are in every respect unsurpassed. . -
Wo offer all the aide/Aoudad by any Commer
cial College in the country to graduates in oh
gents of the College have all the advan
tages otthe Seminary in regard to library, lit
erary societies, -
Tnitibn for the regular Business Course, en
Telegraphing in connection thdrowith, 110,00.
Telegraphing alone, $25,00. Stationery for full
Boldness Course, $15,00. Board per week, SI.
Send for Catalogue and specimens of Pen
manship. Address S. S. SPRAGUE. -
Prirt,_Wyoming Commercial College,
Sept. 29, 1869. Kingston, Pa.
PIANOS, ORGANS AND MELODEONS.—
It gives us pleasure to call the attention
of our readers to articles of reatmerit. In this
co noction, we Advil° your pa trate who are about
to nnrchoso a Piano, Organ or Melodeon, to call
at W. Drrrtucatk Co.s Make Store at Towan
da, before buying elsewhere, as the instruments
sold by W. D. & Co. are really the only first- -
class in every respoit. Tile Decker Brothers,
Ballet lc Comet° ,Ta and Conrad Myers' Pianos
have now been before the public for twenty
years and more. The Pelanbet & Co. and Sha
tdnger Organs and Melodeons for sixteen years.
All of thorn aro known to bo as near perfection
as it is possible to mako them, and are giving
the most entire satisfaction toall who havonsed
them. Our prices aro low; and will' sell Pianos
from $2OO to $1,600. Organs from $BO to 11,000;
Melodeons from $75 to $BOO. ' Sheet Music, and
Instruction Books for Pianos, Organs, Melo
deons, and Violins, always en hand. To those
who would like instruments from, other makers
not mentioned above; we say, girs •us your or
ders and you shall.have them oni short notice.
Recollect, ladles and Ontlemen, that Professor
W. Drrrincu has had experience for over twen
.tynars in.the above business. Tuning and re-
pairing done, if wanted.
Those who have. waited so twig tor the Delo.
brated "Briefularken Polka," msy havo it now
at our Store for 62 cents per copy. It is a good
piece of music, besides having s Axdleotion of
42 foreign postage stamps primed on the out.
side::'," • " W. Dreriacu & Co.
SOUTH -SIDE OF-74:ER: OUR'S
SIGN OF THE Mel HAT I
NNEY •& •AMSI3 .
FA HIONABLE HATTERS!
And dealers In 1
LADIES'' AND GENT,' IFORS;
BUFFALO AND FANCY ROBES,
g.tTS - I'ERFSgT4r FITTED:IFITH
5rEll,l9Ax HAT CONFORMER.
- -• '
Pa, Oct,. 13, 18014
ST FED STOLFS.--EIVIII
the'. • barteinon Friday night. Oct
1. one BLA • MUL&`a r bgatB peers old. matted iet
tight aide at • with an 8 and • govertunent omit
en shoulder • •p. hop information la regent to
eeld mule will be basity seeranted. - •
Biette.Te., § 1864 1 -11 r ;
STOCK FFEES - :-AIID
• - . 'Ct. B. PAT OM
all grades. packyliest flaw.
reed, to - w.
q 51 : 41 :4 -" VI i IZV...:IIII 7 rO
ithicittisseir l o -
nisilire HirdWe — rekinoves;
lff - •
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`acalitiokiisusis - it•
• in The 41th_ pari i
• Corn ideal.
..iiffer'to — itie fde -illal - CIM/3 . rnil, _ .MO3l.
Which is in nil' nmq;e '-- .etn eqnal.,to
oil eoldhi-the - insitet The e:elebra::
wluab by actual fixe test was found
the @afoot oil meow add in, New .
The contents of every beoel, are
actually into patent tight
barrels: Thil 'Oil will burn longer
anit chiar the wick legs than any a&
Wo mai attentksit to our stock of
We have the
FAVORITE AND .NATIONAL.
ALL BASE BURNERS.
We have the very beiA
as yet produced
maintains its position as the most
FIRST CLASS, HIGH PIPICED
STOVE in. market.
With the late improvenanta lire
can be kept longer than in tiny other
We also have the
ST LING ,
and many other patterns, *all
ent, for their respecte prices.
Customers 'will always find our
stock of , - -
norm. ITPIWARE, PANNING
• • '
Cot3s SHELLEMS. &C.. on -•
SECOND and THIRD FLOORS;
, 1 ,
!EITONIMDIMEaMED , TO ANT %par,
or set Tip within' the born' ihnite
. FREE OF 1.H18°4
Coilding Russell &
'rock !. 13; 1M
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sortusnit Ocode=iii 'this !sae
offs sectiiil'owandii now a.;
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le 'Weeldri 1
,444 110614 U 4 geir
W " AND„;BOW
FALL, AND W:Ntiga: Ygia
FINE AND :HR&VZ-*MOE;
- . los
-All the latest and
. l inexit - I x•patui
•'' r - -
styles of . _ -
Hind Mu. .
in pant, Frenchlima ;tans% -.FIX
Serge,to or Bull'. : - •
At all times Ostomers will . fist
gar assortment , ' - of goods, unr.:7144
in thfs market: and the prices at.
We offer in our
- I "
tuiTtimally attractive stock of .
SA4TOGA A; FRISCH TRUMS,
TRAVELING. BAGS, RETICULES, &c.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
•Ne call the attenMort of Roane
men to our lieulease variety °U..'
Carriage and Team 'Harness,
• • Saddles,. Bridles,
Whips 'and Robes
This _department is .directly over
our Shoe Store, and will at tituop
be fully stocked . 6irif
wining to the Harness trr
0 • • -40. ituv-
thipg in the line vr . : .a to . inaile
snort notiQu'np -
_ ___pA. &-N.Y. e.._424.At ,k R.R. R.R do:-.
• AItRANGE.II Nl,rt.' * PASSMGER 221Ar18.
'Omenietwitig Sept. lt; 1802. * •
• _•.__. -
l ircistalloonro soars Wm:.
. - LekVe * Tciwatals at T:00 am.. 4:00 and 6:38 pan:
Itetiglart. leave Warmly at '8:40 Lin., and- UM,
crastun. - - -
illaill•CIOMI •013113 1111.1..
Leave Towanda...... - 0.30-aan.
Arrive Trial.,.. 4 11=
Pittston ' ' I:LS p.m. ,
"Wilkes-Barre 1:45 *
" Hatch Clinic L. 4:20 .."
Allentown - t . 5:45
Betbishstg....; , ' • 6:00
'." -,.,.. 6:30
..., 815 "
" New York. • ' ' .2:25 "
Dine at Pittston.
• nrrincrso, '
Leave New Tort - ' . 0:55 a.ni.
0 Philedelphia *
Easton* .... ....,..10:00 "
Bethlehem 10:30. " •
" Allentown 10:45 "
• " Manch Chunk • ' 12:00
p.m. " White Haven 1:32 pm.
" • Wllltee-Barre. 2:50 -• . '
?' Pittston. 3:10 "
" Tunkhameack • -• . .k.m . ..
• •Arrive Towanda •,- 6:35• 0
• Dine et White Haven. ,
..Pseaengers for Harrisburg and Pittsburg win
change cars at Allentown, have time for 'nipper and
take the Through Fast Repress. with sleeping atm
attached, at 830 lame evening.
. . . . '• ' ~ JOHN P. COX.
. ' Superintendent—
'MUM RAILWAY: — •-- ' - - '
1300:MILES UNDER 806 MILES WITHOUT
• . caw I.lwrAnzarsta. - cwaosap ooscwes.
• nnain qtrAciiporißLE TRACE '
CLEVELAND. TOLE:DO, DETROIT. CHICAGO, _
MILWAUKEE. ST. PAUL. OMAHA,
. Andall points West aral Northwest.
XILICSTIZLD, trus. tranass. •
IItATTON. etENMINS Ws .II. - INDIANAPOLIS.
And aD points Norith sod Southwest.
NEW AND nesoluo Co&ma m tars TELSOLTI v
wrntour 'anima "20 Itocusstra, BurrAul, Dpi.
sirs, CLEVELAND AED CDICINIONL. • •
On and after Honda/. Auguo.so. 186 g. kluxt.
leave Waverly at about the A:Cawing homes, vie •
I . .
- , GOING - WEST. I
4*4 a.m.;NIGHT EXPRESS (Mondays excepted) for
Rochester, Dunkin, Dunkirk, Cleveland and Cin.
' tinsmith, connecting with the Late Shore and Gm&
Trunk Raglan at Ratialo, Dunkirk and Cleveland
for the West, and 011einnati with the Ohio and
Nissfaidppi Railway tbr the South and Southwest:
also at Minim air Catianalao fns Willisam-
P ort, and Conde:eft .
.4;40 s.m.— at NDIRT 1111. for Mochester.
Redliskt, Minket, Cleveland' and Cincinnati, roak
lag direct : oeuneetion with trairui of the Grand
- Trunk and Lake Shore - at lllalkdbdo, Dun
' kirk and Cleveland for an. Wed, Mat i Cin.
eilinati with the Ohio and . Italiway for
• the South and Southwatt : also at
. andaisen; nt Corning ibr likeetng.
03. This tithe maker a Mind di flar ,
with an lines to the Wert and Southwest, and Is pets-
Tided with the. Dew and trammed dqr and night
Coachenpecallar to the Bread Ousgcrunning Dire'
to Rochester, Ittetalo, Dunkirk. Cleveland' and Cin
..drinati, and thus forming the ONLY DAILY LINK
from Now York to Ciminniti andthe Southwest, run
ning through 800 miles without change. ..
IldS a.m.—MAIL TRAIN . . Sundays excepted, for
Buffalo and Dunkirk. - -
5:Ni p.m.--NLIIIIRA ACCOMMODATION, ..fintidaYir
excepted:•• , - : •
8:41 p.m.—EX. NAIL, Sundays excepted, for Bat.
alo. DunWiliand Cleveland. cormemingidthtratue
. - for the West . A. (Mach Is attached to this
train atliew York.. through' Meadville.,
A Sieepin t s;
ch eeh Is also at Btikquohanua,
-running to Diablo...
9:10 a.m.—WA IRRIGRZ Sundays 'excepted.
4:10 p.m.—EMIGRANT TRAIN, dairy far the West.
tan a.in.—AIGHT EYpHFS9 . Sundays ezeorded.
' connecting at
Bostonork withaftornoon trains and
• . steamers for and Bo w England cities: also
cannecta at ll*hantlare far:Albany; at Middle. ,
town for tinionWk. and at Goshen. foe Mantioni•
Sleeping Coaches saw:Reny this train from Bate.
to to New York.
6 : 4 9cni.--CE501311 . ATI EXPBESB. Mondays ex.;
cepteel. connecting for Ittemea: at littglo
Bltoonee and Albany; at Brest Bend row Scranton;
Jt Grays:out tor Newburg and Wormidr. arid at
etlis7 City with afternoome and evening trains of
MaedJerity Railread for ildladelpida, Balthnore
and m.' - • •
Weeping Coac a/ri hes accompan y this train from Mead.
male to New York! • ,•• - •
thlig a.m:e-4x ceIIed I.INORAIITON ACOOMMODATION.
12=.—DAY EXYBEBB. itandoseettepted.
at Middletown for Unionville, and at Jar.
eey City with empress tratei•at Mew Jer
emy' Railroad for . • -
New and improved Room Coacher accom
piny this train from Bank) to Now Tart.
12:4A p.m:—ACCOMMODATION TILTi; ddly, con
meting at Owego for Ithaca.
6:40 MAIL, Sunday. excepted.
MOM p.m.-AIGEITNING-EISSEIek - daily; torment
lag at Paterson Awl Newark • at ZerseT tat %wlth
Morning Enema Trsln.of Ne w . Amer
.13altintros and Washington ; and at New Yorlirei r
Morning =pre" train for Jahn and New 123811 mad
•-• Bleeping Cachet' itceonapany Wm train Rana& to
'New York. ' I •
p.M.HMAT 111111111 HT. Bandaptrcentel.;
r i t *Mao and complete “Poclietllmei Table"
of Tritium an the Erie Italliar and coo.
•- • . ham recently beeti t p=d, and ant
rioprocured am application to • Agent .of
Ural Supt. •. - Bend Poser Agi.
re ll artile%
t i t
A umg og a ll rim wit MI to flie .
li laid r: ilmoor:o. L , mid
BO leitierlPS4a I.• a
pastorate of meet or Oath ju,....0t me .
dittotottiost Ye iptodlot p OPffis ails "Ow la
.tkio oCtods a/ llMpistpo 800
ortoiC mow ate& lit *Mt pm
Rlout on o Ord WOW Ind Alien
" srrelgr ill" er i r steirti 48‘1".
fa 'bear ' a 'egoligw
r e r st r ow ititiltpitdrisk ohadi a
, ta - ber-idd iirlowallt,
°rac k doVilifirol get Um beliess, es
.0 01 talkiliarflaiisadmarratosii
-, oolina _ - --c , - PIPDX2OIIr.aIIMIT. mars. '
° T r uss? COVRTri
olts et=e asril ". the' tems
tsit eer the' obis ofGlOltilstua. win
flpo scat RIM! egig *do regeing. es MICIDAY. _
NT er. lOW lift A II dela* y t ee" Me dolleeNbe•
2 0 741 bed lob If** of pond Oil". 141111ie mma ga
x.ozeing twp.‘noladed s ‘hdr_ a h: edit 1 .
buds 11. Costellit _ .Malfilifi south leyl
1 and wed brae rhie — .diondeffilitill
fr o and II meg Ilbewe_of leo g
frowned " Mudd 'Dem 'MI aloft
orebended, "re& trete Iblisenk ~ - .
Alb Wilm4" eetonlV
• "- . : J .11LIII.
I H - Z.f. .„* iitiell - i r EiALF.BY
- our' VfOrfaelf Wardle lareied old ot the =
1 Irak?' wt thoo
t op e cd TWA I I .ll. W.deeereed.
: NOM -werelegat - nide on the psalm on YU
DAT. NM I Lea, st 2 odo* p.m. the Mow.
ingdescribetL atip. * piece or parcel of land dtende in
Sheibusehe ' and bounded as follows :
North Aiboh: of Jed WM*. wild by nudes IL
. south by Odin lernalidge, and wad trit
lbervellibldibirly. , Oarldaftig . "
.bo au =we or
lese.wweepting iliumunded se Mo e wn : Begin
alnorst • earner on 'duet edde et !dew" .
Itanwoegbi illiaihilvda :Why t theme: hi
worn skew Mrs. Brondid,p's land. Min
:tub earner• theme a northerlywurwilahltik
. 4 1 . 4 =4 -line la rode, and 'two mw ; theme
a w to piece ot beglaning. _
, 71:11118.411111 to be' paid 'on lbw property being
droele down. tbe teAdne PO on *be ecutinnagoo
of ale. end the restage, in 'one. To front ecatirms
lion. iritichetenat to
Oct. It Ude.
ARPHISS'• :COITEr BALE BY '
"Mee of an order issued out of the Orphans'
Allaart - .66llradfard ereenty, the Itaderianwl mew
for of the estate of MOM awls,
waler pose It public sale dock premise., cia
- FUNS. 10T.,1213, 1262, at 2 p.m.: Ole foe.
lownplescribed lot, piece =parcel of hind , situate
tale township. bounded =follows: Beginnl=
at a on- the bank of Towanda Met • thence
mon 167 pushes on line of P. P. —to H. 'IPII
- earner; thence vest 345 t perches to a sten •
thence north 167 peal= to Towanda Creek: thence
down said erotic 114%•perehes to place of tmartotdro
Containing SCRIIISIOTO or leas. -
ALSO-0= other lot. piece of bet libido In laid
township, bounded as follows : 71=tuffesr at the
aotith.weet corner of the Cramer (now fictasderl
thence by the north line 6871; devout east 110
3-10perehes to south-wed coffer of lot Ito. 16 ;
thence by the west line of said lot north 2 degrees
east 1 , 340 perches; Atlanta north 87% deg. west
1 to the - norflpeast earner of lot Ifo. ,
'then= bit= east-aide of the seam DOW ill dOe.
west 33.10 mares to Moll= of C. L; Wear* hind*
thence by the same smith 2 &wrens la Mit pearl=
-to Mei 'place of beginning. oraidain g a acres and
TERss_sso to be paid on day of -tom; 2500 on
confirmation of sale. and the balance is oneend two
years thereafter. with interest from cosfirmatlon of
aale, • • RZUrillX MUNE. •
Oct. 14. IMO: . Easeutor.
LIST OF THE NAYIEs OF PEA
sons drawn Sept. 1/,,jesk to be
an adjourned Conriof Corr moo pl eas t o b e b e id
anMonday Get 18. 1809 Co m mencing
Milifoudts9 of Oetober:, oo the
Ulu* MeDoWell. 'Ma*
t on b ow.: wnk . t r Getrunbia; Geo 'Gran, Can.
ner, shooh ont d o Gralthleldl 0 Ingrae
k on H000ta; •
- t Jinneal J onm UM; Wm Bow.
Heath crea k•
akinkd Duidtek. Aldthy• Wm Et macre.
Ir x , w o o.. .1 IMIWIna Minn. Mauna imp.: BWrank
bom, Towanda bore.; Ecornel gam& Wind.
wan? An Whoot: Joseph Patton. To.
yo• Aborts.: Smith Tattle. &Eta Horton
tn.: Martin Fee. W3arruang; John Doswortil
sad, Athens twit.; Frank E. Jayne,' 'Towanda born. t
Giles X Hoyt =Athens twp.: Hoses Es' Rockwell.
' Monroe burl: o 4:ooes ,DoWnit, Mei A Hamilton
o=. Corfon twp.: - Beth lihernok Spelusaeldt
itt Taylor. Branding Stow . • John 0 Drown.-
Wilmot; WO= IV • Baker." "tiarrsh; 'Wanted 0
StrolatildnArastdr John Pe DOdp. Wan tomb
Bork. ; Part= rt. A ekley. Atkin; brp.;
EDP" 111U0sKpaln; Jesse EdsslE ;french; ' Dr. La
layette Cut. Athena twp.: Dun= P. Stke
theqtda: William rtistote..Terrr. BeAt. Wort ,
4:2RPHANS COURT -13A.L.E.—Bii
t v cif irtne nr = i - odder lamed:
the. out of the Orphar
nn a' •
of Hiram Stevens. late of Weston, deed.
erpose 'to Public Bale on the premises. on
TERIEBDAY, DECEMBER 2, ink at 2 o'cleek. p. m.
the following described lot, piece or warred- ' or land.
"itnete lying and being' in the township of West
Burlington,: &handed as follows: On the; east by
laud belonging to, George W.'Goddard, on the' south
by lands belonging to O. P._ Ballard and Bingiulto L.
on the west by lands belonging fa Warren
Kellogg end Burris Montgomery. on the meth by
lands of said "Montgomery and Goddard. 'Contain
mod. acres. be Rut same mom or leas, mostly im-
TERMS.-250 tube paid on ' the 66 of isle, and
the balance, in,one year with interest from day of
sale.• LE M! IMTNA.N.
Eranvitle, Oct, 11.1869. . - Executor.
P -N. ECU T OR'S N TIC E. --
-KJ Notice is lierAY given that all lemons Indebt
ed to the eatdi3 of P. B. PRATT, ide of--West Bur
lington: deceased. mart make stunnediate payment.
nod all persona basingclaims against odd albite.
nmatinesent them dtdrrothentleated for settlement.
BE TSY ANN PRATT.
11. Densmore es. &tuba Derfey.—No..62l. Septem ,
ber term, 1867, In the. Pent of Common fleas of
Bradford county. •
: •' Tim oundersfgaed an Atalitor" aptoidateol hy kid
ourt to diatributemoneysin the banderole's Sheriff
arising from Sheriff's ode of defendants personal
property. will attend to the of add appoint
meet et his °Mee in • the of • Towanda on
nunjax the Mb day of leifff,; at 2 o
clock:Wm.. st whirl thniand place all persons
claiMs to said money are ropdred to present the
acne orbs deferred from comin g amat end fund.
• . PEET,
Ocet:lB69:--tt. • dodder.
:NI BBC T OM'S 141 0 T E.-
Notice le hereby given that aU preemie indebted
to the estate of BANC= Bauxr, late of Leßoy twp.,
tarp., deceased, are regnested to make Immediate_ pur
ulent. and all; persona lining datum
tor fate must be present the same duly - bated pe
settlement • . -
IS. P. 1101X131301f,
Oct. 13, 18W
Notice Whereby gtren that all miens indebted
to do estate of Mama S. Sarnia, tits Of Granville
tarp., deceased, are requested to _mate' immediate
Monet, and all persona . Laving dab= against mild
estate must present themdulyarithemlicatelor settle
ment • 1 .171tAN FOTNAIt • '
Oct. 14. - 069. . Executor.
. Notice is hereby glven that alt. Indebt.
ed to the eidste of Jalfirß C deed. late
Litaticld township. ate requested to
atePqment, and all persatut hydng elstms against
said estate must present them ditty attbentiadcd tor
settlement. . WM. CAXPBELL. '
Sept.la.ll9-* Adwagstrator. .
-ILI Notice is hereby gtren that .U" Indebt
ed to the, estate of D. L. BODY of Ortnetnia
dareaeed. are rogoreted to make tinotadiala ratritent.
and all persona haring elatmiaglitaat midanlsta most
present them dtdr , antbantieakd. for aalthownt.
-C. DENIM= ROM
.c. W. CEMBOULL.
Sept, SO. • - • Itszatkra.
Beal Atate for sale.
:VALUABLE-FA= FOR SALE.
The subscribers offer formate their Pam, situated'
in Ida township; about % mils from Palley
Rouse. sad abort one mile. from the Depot of the
Pa. k N.Y. RB. Co: at Ulster. 155 acres,
NZ acres Improved, with TOO 5 large mg house
and one tenant Inman large barn Mid feet with
good .table and cellar under the whole of It, frame
corn hoass: and grm together with a thrift
young orchard of choice Me tress in good bearing
thereon. Plenty of good spring water at both holm
and barn. The farm L well adaoed lbr either's:rata
rising or for dairy purposea. It Is in a good state
of improrement , and - will be sold on ressonable
terms. For nuther particulars enquire of the sob.
Pren CVNTON and DAN= GORE.
Shesheouln, Pa., Oct. 13th. PNlS—tf
A VALUABLE DAIRY FARM
L 1 Yon sm.r..—The subscribers cese Ike as hi node
line Dairy Yarm, situated two =Gee east of Gress.
"rood, McHenry Co., Illinois. lahl Arm andsins
three hundred and twat:rates choke kmil,datcab.
ed as follows : 181 saes choice timbered, 100 ases
meadow. and 60 area - under the ntos& Goal drag
ling-house and outtalldlngs, large mak lam ara6o,
and good horse bans. The Onest. co i l = omi sartaccs is
house. Is coadiy. running
ble of thScas
sad 17 1 4
I% mike from Abbott's Ma" Tams oar
het cash. balsam In easy payments at Ilpar mat. in.
toast Referenies-.H. 1C Garai& B. 8. rhicHatry.
Greenwood, McHenry & Co., EL, or T. Ayer. shsehe.
A TE& ~ , • F. 8. ATIEIt,
Atay 8,1860-11.. - • IL 8.
EA.RM. FOR SALE -IN cANToN ;
The enbacribor cars for mkt its farm in Can.
ton. oinitadnirm about elghtpals SSW; toms stranty
imProred• The taklmoresmonts are. afte
bowie, one' bum one milk boa ama aser t ril g
good running order. with 12-boras porlda• engine
capable of running mill ; It as Au Is rut by water
a r. ,, rtion of the rear. Connected eitth the saw. aa
tl,:t :rotatory machinery for tossalbetarteg wagon
huLo. In good oar. Them ia ohms Ibrllly young
apple orchard on thepremises. and other fruit trees
around Abe haute. The farm Is kestatobout two
miles from Canton tillage. and within OM Modred
rods of the Williareugert k Mau U. Tot terms,
p o r n C. fitockerell, at Canton. or the mdaurfberon
ilm i ndaet. MEW VD=
OR §ALE. -A FARM. SlTUATE* Fuurlin g tnn 'township near the Annshot
MW, containing 27 raw. all improved, good bniW
lege, *smutty situated. $ good , ovelstrd tat fruit,
trees. The whole is , under a good slobs osiVors..l
Non_ Tor particulars, empire of Szonsza awn:
on the practises. gept. 41, igegl4._
P 4 7CI