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LOCAL. AND GENERAL.
Der W. H. liousau bas purchased
the Convent property ter WOO.
pr Good winter apples aro sell
ing in this market at fifty cents per bushel
air The Linta Hose Company
gift enterprise and ball comes off tally at
str.-Rev. Z E WEErrow will bac
tura en temperance at Leitaiwnlleh Intim M.E.
.Church, Tuesday, Noi 2 :l, at 7 o'clock p.m.
ger H. W. No has , bought the
lot * formerly occupied by Poem & Colt store,
corner of Mita and Pine streets. ; '
sir Street Commissioner ittri'de.
Beeves thanks tot putting oar streets in the
best condition Ire have ever seen them.
Ilar The Episcopal Mite Society
Rill meet on Month, erening next, at the
house of Ungar isacna.
no Mrs. }l. if...lllAcx; of-Towanda
towtuship, has presented us a basket of
- very floe apples. It is pleasant Mast° be
OLD Pera.—Mr. T. W. WEED, of
Barclay, hat left at ibis office a copy of the
Febralist, published at Wilkes-Barre, ?larch
sea- The biggest squash we ever
'saw is on exhibition at Names= & Knunte,
'store. It weighs one hundred andjifly pounds,
and was grown in Waverly.
ger. The Collegiate Inatitpto 113
rapidly tilling up with strident', and the-prin
cipale are making arrangements tot more
teachers next term.
s6y- Miss Gramm has commenced
the forindation for a new building on Pine
4 street. The structure will be of brick, and
licKur..t Co. have the contrail for putting it
Mir The stock and fixtures in
Ruer's candy store- were purchased by the
Messrs. Frrcu, late of Scranton, for 52385, at
the sale on Saturday morning last.
We regret to. learn that Mrs.
A. S., THOXAS died in Topeka, Kaneda, Monday
night, the 10th inst. Mrs. T. was a daughter
of DAVID Isossn, of Leßoy, and sister of Mrs.
Sheriff VAN Flar.
lier We have neglected to notice
that our young friend 11.0 m CANIS= has given
up the printing business, and opened it grocery
store in the building formerly eccupied by
Hants d PurssEr.
QUICK WORK.—,T. F. MEANs dic Sox
had an insurance in J. W. Bin='s agency on the
their foundry which was burned last Wednes
day night. On Saturday their loss was adjust
ed and paid: •
air ISAAC BOBBINS, of Monroe twp.,
has placed us under obligations by leaving at
the Itxpoarza office a card of honey weighing
twenty pounds. It was taken from the old
fashioned box hire.
i TOWNSEND'S troupe opened-here
last evening, at MIERCInt'S Ha with "King
Lear." They will also perform on 'Friday and
Saturday evenings. The company is said to be
ono of the best traveling.
ter A little boy About ten years
<4 age, on of ROBERT ifotharonsas,. of %le
place, fell from a wagon on Saturday last and
broke his-leg just below the knee. Dr. Jona-
CON was called, and the lad is doing well.
sir Rev. J. S. arms „mi delivered
a discourse on temparanoe in the Presbyterian
Church, on Sunday evening last, by request.
We were not present, but bear the sermon
iwken of 'aislin'able, clear and forcible argil-
Dien( in fa;ror of total abstinence.
ter By the report of the First
National Bank, published in another column,
it will be Been that the business or the concern
is steadily increasing. It Is looked upon by
business men as one of the safest and most
successful banking institutions in the country.
Ste- Every grocery Inn in town
now have a delivering wagon. The neatest
ones among them are POWELL qt. CO'S and
KEELER'S. The former was built by Brinier
and the latter by &mum. Both are good ad
crpsements for the manufactnrera
PEP.SON.kL.--JOIIN BLOOD, of Athens,
has gone to Atlanta to attend the Georgia State
-11ou. A. iiitzmix, P. P. SILLIXOI and H.
Hiarennosn, of Philadelphia, are visiting the
coal fields in this section.
Se- A large and interesting, tern
}K•rance meeting'was held in Temperance Hall
on Sunday evening. Rev. 0. L Gm.smi de
livered an address which had the ring of the
right mettle. 'We hope these meetings may be
continued and that all of oar ministers will
lend their aid in furthering the cause.
$153- The concerts given by the
Tassurst Brothers and Prruso.v, on Monday
and Tuesday evenings, were very poorly at
tended, but the singing was really first-class.
We regret that so few' of our people patlon
ised them. Should they ever visit this place
again Qc maarantee them a full house!
TEMPEEANCE.-A large and enthn
castle meeting favoring the cause of temper
ance-3vas held at the Academy Hall, in Wysle
sing, on Wednesday evening last; An address
Was delivered by Her. Mr. Warm, of Mahoop
eny. The lecture was able and convincing,
,speaker done the cause much good
and himself great credit. Guess.
Stir The Lecture Committee of
the 1.0. of G.T. have completed their arrange
ments for their course of lectures, and will bo
able in a few days to announce the dates of
I.:ctuyes. Season' tickets may be procured at
Pouraa .1: litany's, and we hope to see every
citizen who can afford it buy one, as the at
tempt to maintai' a course of lectures hero
should meet with cis:vont:gement and liberal
pecuniary aid from
girl The Sullivan & Erie Railroad
is now` rapidly approaching completion. Largo
forces of men are at work, and a gravel train
now runs from Monroeton hilf way to Dushore.
It is expected that trains will :pass over tho
road as,soon as - the' first of January. M. C.
Mrscua, president of the company, is giving
his personal attention to the work, which is a
scac;ent guarantee that there will be no un
necessary delay. •
Mr. We have received from E. K.
Srranrvisr, photographic artist, a well axe
clued photograph of the Stavltsville Church,
and members of the Good • Templar' County
Convention,' which assembled jn Stevensville
on the 28th nit.
Ifoase the well-known artist law also
presented us with several very fine views one
of them the old "Roakwelctir" house, in Wye-.
/using, possesses peculiar interest just at this
time when so much attention is being paid to
historic' matters. Two others represent the
Troy and Clinton Graded Schools, presenting
a good view of these model School buildings,
together witit . nearly three hundred feces on
each. AnoTher is an exceedingly fine repre
see cation of the Good Templars' Convention,
held in none in June last.
Slessra &rumness? and Nome will thrash
these views at very moderate prices.
Iwo Poo* hark oNo. bandit it‘fitriptii
to paw •ft o large world in which we e*L Is
made up of little particle% snafu than tbs
ands of the sesslicsn. Thal* se& is, soral•
mated of small &Cps of water. The Mae %NY
ben, bon much hong -they gather! - Do not
be discouraged because you are llitle. d. attic
star shine. bridllDY in the sWiet - Um dark
night; and may be the means of imrtnt *an!
a poor sailor Dom shipwreck., A mall' sulk
area on each purchase will snout tea gunddet;
in the 4 6 0 ins of► Tenn
the elPariment. buy Your 11 700 1 inn 31 .°P0 1
& Mix; who Are selling goo& Teri
Mir A public Sunday temperance
weft under the MIVIM of the flood Trlll>
hue lad - Sons 'of Temperance was bold last
Sabbath etteuracurat Tempereace Halk Tow
anda. The attendance Was bugs end the cum.
—, although brief. were of a very interest
ing character, consisting of mule, led - by Ea
HATrpg Kamm appropriate tmaiptare lemons.
prayer and short addreraisibkDr. Plum and
.Rev. 0. L (hares. 'The speakers clearly point
ed out the duty of christians
,with regard to
their caoperation with temperammormin:o
- in earrybg forward the temperance re
form. They also Ors cameed in Mircmg.terms
the wickedness of the license mien, which
sanctions by law,tlie soul-destroying traffic, and
make lair =diem - directly responaible kw a
large share of its evils. • • •
The next meeting will be bald as the same
place in two weeks, the hit Sabbath to the
month, of which due notice enli be given. All
well wishers of their fellows And order-loving
persons,.mide and Anna* are cordially invited
to meet With us, and aid In carrying fonrard
this enterprise. ' Ciaaarritm
licas. - -Mr. Editor will , not
trouble you with the results of the general
election in our borough. Enough to say that
as usual, it was Republican, as your columns
will sufficiently . show, There were two tickets
in - the field. The successful ticket Is generally
made up of the very best material:
Justice, Oration Rickey; Judge of Election,
Oeo. W. ; Inspectors, L. W. HaYnard,
4. H. Chamberlin; Burgess, Wm. Cocdbaugh ;
. Council, M. D. Cary, A. W. Woodburn, C. M.
Tingley, E. N. Pout, L. L. Barnes ; Constable,
A. P. Young; Assessor, A.-Iy. Woodburn; An
ditor, O. D. Stiles; School Diieetera, P. W.
Maynard, D. B. Boardman ; Overseers of Poor,
H. W. Browning, Daniel Vaught.
We are to be treated to a temperance lecture
next Tuesday evening, 18th, by Mr. Luzunis, a
photographic artist at present stopping in, our
place. We expect something good, as be has
alreadygiven evidence that be Ls a first-elass
elocutionist, a ekilfull artist and gentleman.
L. L. Moody has disposed of his business to
L. B. Browning. We trust that Idr. B. will
prosper in , his new vocation.
Ohr school is tali of intertse It. is the
marked and special feature of our borough.
Time will not permit me to lengthen this
Octoter, 14,1870. tenon.
TEACHERS' INsriivak. AT LlB.AYB
vctaa Mr. Editor, we liav ‘ e been to the
Teachers' Instigate at Lellaysville, carried on
under the direction of Prof. Harem
In many things we were interested, but in
amp) things' we were disappointed. We had
sop sed that , we as teachers would be put
through a course of training calculated to fit
us for oar duties next winter in the school
room. We had a right to expect this. But,
sir, after leaving the school We, word attending
for one week, getting behindinir class as it con
sequence, paying for board, de., what is the
result? What is the sum total of the benefits
we have received? So far as we can judge,
just this. We listened to several interesting
lectures from different• persons, and were
amused by the readings of Prof. SuoestAKEß.
He is a fine reader and a good elocutionist
no doubt, but how did all this help as in .tile
performance of our duty as teachers? These
readings took up so mnph of the time that we
had no chance to read' in spell for ourselves,
and we got but very Wile' or no training in
Orthography. But weibad some of the tallest
kind of parsing entirely, and wo wikl , give you
some examples. In . the sentence " Towanda
is situated on the Susquehanna," situated was
called an adjectival qualifying Towanda.. Bo
in the sentence "There was a castle, the owner
whereof was a giant," whereof was called an
adjective, qualifying, owner.
Now, Mr. Editor, if this kind of prang is
not of the whangdoodle highfalutin style, pray
tell us if jell can what is.
An adjective tells us what kind of a person
or thing it may be. As fur instance, a good
man, a good thing, or a bad thing, Ac.
Now a town may be large or small, new or
old ; an owner of a thing may be good or bad,
rich or poor, black or white, but to talk of a
"situated town," or the "whereof owner of a
mountain castle" Is the merest nonsense, too'
barefaced and absurd to go down with the
common sense of nine-tenths of theteaehors of
Bradford county, the opinion' of the "great
ones" at the Institute to the contrary notwith
standing. This is not written in a captious,
faultfinding spirit, but witli a desire to learn
the truth and get upon a right, foundation.
Great men are not always wise, and. the little
ant that lays up its winter store may teach us
lessons of wisdom and economy.
AnOtker thing connected with the-Teachers'
Institute this all is the paying oat so much of
the people's money to secure the services of
any man to amuse us— : read us a pleasant story
and help pass away the timel
We can't al! be elocutionists if we try. AU
the training in the world cannot make a man
eloquent; it is a gift of nature, it must be in
the occasion and in the man. •
Prof. SHOEILIMER was paid for hie readings
at the Institute (as we art informed) hearty
seventy dollars for about four days time, while
the best of us must toil fire days in the
week, board around from, house to house, for
three long ilia weary months for about the
same sari of money.
Is this right and rain authorises this expert
diture? If it is from a t ßtato or county fund
how much better it would be to use this money).
for the legitimate objects of education, paying
the faithfnl teachers, er in repairing school
houses, some of which in the county are hardly
fit to be used as a barn. But it is too much
the case in all the departments of human life
that amusement merely is the order of the day.
Everything must be done to a merry tune.
Churches even must get up a festival or a fair
to secure the means of carrying on their relig
ious organizations and sustain the.preachiug of
the Word of Life among them.
We ought to t be better than children. What
we want, or rather what we need, is something
to fit us for the sober realities of life.
What we need as teachers is a course of
training at these yearly Institutes thatwillbet
ter enable rut to discharge our, anti in the
school-room to those who may ho,committed
Prof. Ksuu seems interested for our well
fare as teachers ; if left to his instruction alone
we have no doubt that we should have been
much better pleased and more benefit ted by the
Institrite than we were.
_ Next year if we live to meet him at an Insti
tute like the one just closed, wo hope he will
give vas sometialg more substantial,,inore en
during, that we may not be compelled to look
back upon a week spent in vain,
Warren, Oct. 12,70,
' Tim Kalama &OWL —.lt 18 an ad
mitted fact that Towanda contains a greater
number of flourishing business boccie!' than
any other town of its Irmo in northern Pennayi-
Tads. and standing at the head of all is the
well-known establishment of
POWELL & CO
In order to give our .readers who him at a
distance some idea of the , busiuess transact
ed by this firm, We propose a short description,
and ben with
The store is a large three-story
with basement and rib-basement, in which
,convenienee and elegance are nicely com
bined. The front _windows are very large,
fitted with heavy plate glass,. thereby afford
ing a tine opportnnitifor an attractive display of
rich goods, and they hie always well tilled with
the finest specimens that the market affords.
The entire' building, with the exception of
the third story, is occupied by the firm in the
transaction of their heavy and constantly in
creasing business' The
DDT GOODS DEPSET3MIT
occupies the first floor. On entoringlt will be
observed that order and system are the leading
features to begin with. This is imperative to
facilitate the transaction of business, and meet
the manta of the'inoinig If custom= wail
tp soporbma of Arida.
=teti nistematieartabigitia r ent nadbina
odd be dons props:kr, and fee ale conk.
aksilirridd reedit _
The method - of doing brudziess Is based twin
*Plot that Wilkie home pews, eel= IseTsal
tett esperkinee has don:united it to
be cipeNtions and setiersetory to both pro;
prkitors and customers.'
Goods are obtained and divided into depait
meets, "Mai are designated 11, a letter otilie
*WO. These rhiparlinenbrate stodivithoil
IMO iestions. Li older tcrelneldate the iyarerni
Pr" dearly, we will maniesob Kith ,
VIZAMZECrt H •
contains the largest and nest assortment or
&wee, hosiery, linen and :slik hainfloweldeb,
braids, ribbons, trimmings, hoes, and a com
plete stock °fustian& - The goods in this &-
porton* are nnsurpaesed both in quakily
and quality by any establislunent in northern Pennsylvania, and ere selected With woad
reference to the wants of this market Thai
derbfare employed in this Amartuhed and
are seldom idle.
is devoted to domestics, and anomie°, sheet
ins of all widths and qualities, ticks, denims,
and the largeitstock of flizumbi, in all color;
we have 'OM' seen in a 'retail store. These
goods are purchased in large quantities direct
ly from miumiticturers, enabling this firm tO
sell at Pricei mach below the usual rate foi
ti of goods. purchaserig
cannot snit " veil in th is departthent they
will have to unsuited.: In
Ilia finest and largest variety of dress goods,
comprising all the latest styles may be - seen.
There is not a plees - of goods in this depart
meat which has not been purchased the prer
ent season.- The assortment consists in part
of cashmeres, empress cloths, French merinos,
eobergs, silk arid wool, cotton and wore and
all wool plaids. Theladies will be pleased to
end bore the 'celebrated crown brand of al;
paces, which have been sold only 'by this
house for some years paid. There is nothing
new or novel in the line of dress goods which
may not be found here In great abundance.
contains bleached muslin" from thrwqmartere
to ten-fourths in width, table linens, ,napkins,
and towelinge in every variety and endless
quantity; white flannels, domett, shaker, "Ilk
warp, and all wool, comprising crony style
known to the trade ; plain and checkopera
nela, new patterns. fThirtings, sheeting',
and Pillow case linens, all widths. Indies and
children' merino vesta and drawers, hood, nu--
bias and basques ; also ihe finest and most
complete line oI white goods2we have ever
is stocked with calicos, Faints, 111w&helng. de
lames, balmoral skirts, &c., the
largest variety to be bound anywhere outside
of the city.
In this department may be found the largest
and moat complete assortment of cloths, cu
simeres, beavers, &c., in plain and fancy stiles;
broadcloths and coatings, and water proof
cloths, in all colors; Kentucky Jeans, shifts,
drawers, 4c. '
The second story is designated
and is filled with 'shawls of every conceivable
style and price, cloaks, ladies furs, counter
panes, rose blankets, &c.; ladies, misses and
childrens fine and heavy shoes, of. the best
make; mens and boys boots and shoes, and
hati and caps. gem , also May be seen ant at.
most endless variety of carpets, ranging in
~ , 25 cents to 52 50 per nird ; 4)11
cloths of every width, and the largest stock 'of
wall paper and window shades, Holland', door
mats and umbrellas ever before exhibited in
is in tho basement, and is supplied with a gen
eral assortment of groceries, consisting of teas,
coffees, sugars, dour, dab, canned fruits, &c.
In' this room we also noticed a large assort
ment of cotton battings, carpet warps, cotton
yarn, grain bags, trunks, &c. Goals are de
lisered to any part of' the town free of charge.
Thrie and space will not permit na to enu
merate more Italy the asasortment kept In the
departments, but:it will pay our readers well
to visit the establishment and see for them
'A word as to their manner of doing basins
may not bo uninteresting.
Each salesman is furnished with a small
book, in whiCh every other page bar the name
of "Powru. A Co." printed at the head. On
making a sale of goods an Remind bill is made
in the book with a pencil on transfer paper,
which duplicathe it on both pages. • The leaf
with the printed heading is then torn out, a I
check boy called, who carries the goods, the
money and the bill to the cashier's desk, when 1 '
they are handed tp a clerk whose duty it is to
tie up the packages. The - pithier then.calls eft
the items, and he notes that they are all there,
when the bill is passed over to tho lyer, who, in
the twinkling of an eye, closes it in the pack
age, hands is to the boy, who, with the
change, returns it to the customer. By this
system every purchaser is burnished with a
bill, to that it can be referred to at leisure and
seen that everything is correct, - and the sales
men has a copy of it in his book also.. It mat
ters not whether the purchase is a spool of
cotton or one hendred different items, the bill is
made and 'placed in the package when it is
done np. This; besides affording an opportu
nity to correct errors, is always very Satisfac
tory to buyers.
If a customer , purchases and pays for a bill
of,goods, and wishes to leave it in the store till
called for, it is checked like railroad baggage,
arid the check banded to him. When this is
done the firm becomes responsible for the
There are about twenty clerks and, eight or
ten "check boys'' engaged in the store, and yet
everything mores with the precision of clock
work—each employe has his partienkr duty
assigned him, and no confusion ensues. This
is owing to the system which has been adopted
and strictly adhered to.
Their sales are uniformly increasing, and
Lave been, from year to year. The Weser the
present year exceed those of any writ= year
very mach. • The principle of largo aides and
small profits is hero fully realized; the amount
of asks being so largo that n rate of profits
that is sufficient in a business of this magni
tude, are wholly uusuilicient in a small busi
ness. It is to this principle that we attribute
the continued success and increasing saleetd
this house. This together wtth the additional
advantages derived from. largo purchases, is
the true secret of their EL
In a future number we may "do' OW
the other business houses of Towanda. .
/Er A large stock of Dress Goods
from 20 cents upwards, at
Or If you want good Furniture
cheap, go to Pm:titres store. He has the
best assortment in the comity.
ler Good Black Alpacas from 25
cents upwards. at Essits "c : Hanntra's.
ler Mitaxit says he is so busy
that he can't get thee to write a new adver
tisement. Eli store is thronged from early
morning until late in.the evening.
tor A large line of Table Linens,
Towelling', Crash, &A, at
lir The rapidly increasing busi
ness at the Bed, White and Blue store has in
dnced Mein& B. di IL to take s partner, and
the Arm is now Ititaxita.t, Ihnowar & EVAN&
Mir Goods shown cheerfully, at
' Evans & USLDBETaiII.
' Mir Caoss has just opened a new
assortment of gold pens u he is offering
at very low figures. Ms ne stock of trati.ps,
Per is attracting much atter& Ft, and is going
WT A fine line of Paisley and
Wool Shawls, at Evan Ilnaggra's.
ler Any one having, a farm ..to
exchange for a desirable house and lot, well
'Muted, can hell 'of a good opportunity by
calling on or addressing G. W. VE(CX2rtj at the
Towanda Agricultural Works. ,
Honstitrado Cloths andlilan.
-, it ETAIn 1 ituairet.
11. 14-4 - 3 - 4*. Ana
eat itanney stoie hi Tolow* vriolirs .1).1
- 1 11Wgn elegs stzeOß 7Rt.,.10 11 ‘ 11 4
roily of thei vein*: • k
a Wesel at-One)Prico: and for
(who*. it - Lhelis & HILDIZTIIII.
RE11010135. Norna,The first guar;
terly meeting of the Bridgewater Association:
- will ))e held with theViyelpeh3g Baptist Church,
Oeteber Sith and 1870, ' at -tha
eohool-hotiae. Preaching at 10} o'clock a.m.,
on Baturday. by Bev. Tirane. Bervieeito;cot-
Bone over Stutday. _
air If you want anything in, the
line 'Of killinery:GOothi, Hits or &innate, call
at the sign of the Big, Bonnet, oppoate the
Putt; Holm, WTI . street, Slew .re Will find
the largest and best assortment of those goods
in Towanda. Yo* cannot help but be suited
both in style and mice. -
. sir All those who ere in need of
Stoves this fan will remember that the Morn
ingt/lorY, Thinly* /Skis, the DOW ind besptl
fof /11Mtdristbi; the celebraied Hest- .
er are all to be found at Asitsirsu. & Usti;
Also. tho beet and cheapest Cook
ittananlen.--:- Ig of n
only have I e
deice that my system is approyed,-by the
masses, but I am convinced that the public are
satisfied that lam selling i better article for
lees money than can be found outride' of my
establishment. My' clothing l hater made
*allot better material than that usually kept
by the trade ls remarked and conceded by all
Who, bare bought of me of.exambied my stock,
and while to toy knowledge i have- not kat i
customer' who hie -commenced trading with
me. and know that my trade has increased. I
. propose to !eon= the - trade of this place in: my
line by fair dealing and kegping what tinilmb•
lie want+) demand; and by taking a very small
onLeao.h article, which will make. me a
very larO business. Come and esaminP my
.stock of clothing fern= and Voys
WPar, Gents Furnishing Goode, Hats, Caps, ..ke.
Over Coati In great variety and at low prices.
- Popular One Pries Store, -
' 123 Main Wive' t.
Cowes Axe CoLes.—Dnring the
wet, changeable seasons of fall and winter,
when throat and lung diseases are so frequent.
Persona shouts beer in mind the importance of
promptly arresting their progress by using the
proper remedies. The thousands who die an
nually of consumption were drat attacked with
what thei thought tote ettlizi slight conker
cold on the breast, and erroneously leaving it
would weir itself off;degleeted the proper rem
edies until their disease terminated in consump
tion and death.
Mutsou's Compound Syrup of Tar never fails
bi curing the worst cases of coughs, colds,
hoiiseness, eafairti on the breast, •sore threat
and asthma. It is an infallible remedy for
whooping-cough. It is no private quack prep.
aration, being preparld under the immediate
supervision of a graduate of the PennsYlvenia
Medical College, and prctsnibed by some of the
leading physicians in the United States. It is
strictly a scientific preparation, containing all
the medical virtues of the Pine Tree Tar in a
Concentrated form, combined with the best
demulcents and expectorants known to the pro
feision. Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold st F.
W. Bsowa's Drug Store, Towanda, and Simian
& irauourns brag Store, Wyalusing. Rosser. &
LA3DIS, Proprietors, Philadelphia.
ion— RIDGWAY. —ln Wysox, at the
borne of the bride's parents, Oct. 2, 1870, by
Rev. 11. J. Crane, Charles E. Doty and Wes
Lucy C., daughter of D. Eidgway, all of Wy-
BWALEBLSTEVENII.--In Leflayaville, Sept.
13, 1870, by Bev. T. Thomas, Edgar W.
BolleA of Jessup, Susquehanna county, Pa.,
and Miss Asenith E. Stevens, of East - Her
rick, Bradford county, Pa.
BENNEIT—MciIiCkEN.—Itt - Towanda twp..
Oct. 11, 1870, by Be,. Hillock Armstrong,
Orson Bennett and Miss AntioitettMeMicken
BMINETT--CUSTEILZIn Monroe, Oct. 12,
1870, by Rev. Hillock Armstrong, Amos T.
Bennett, of Towanda, and Miss Sally Ann
Caster, of Monroe. '
PRATT—MAIII3.II.—At the home of the bride,
Oct. 2, 1870, byßov. S. E. Wo'worth, BenEy
' L. Pratt and Miss Anna L. Marvin, both of
.AGNEW--WOOD.—At the parsonage, in Le-
Rayaville, ect,lo, 1870, by Rev. 8. E. Wal
worth, Henry L. Agnew end Miss Fannie S.
Wood, both of like, Pa.
CHITFMTDEN—PURDY.--At Leßavaville, - in
the 91. E. Chnrch, Oct. 13,1870, bY Rev. 8. E.
Welworth, W. A. Chittenden and Miss Josie
M. Purdy, both of Binghamton, N.Y. •
STEVENS—EASTERBROOKS.--By ger. T.
Thomas, Sept. 11, 1870, Elmer Stevens and
Miss Clara B.Eaaterbrooks, both of Stevens
ville, Pa. -
ABBOTT—WISNER.—By Rev. T. Thomas,
Oct. 4, 1870, Nathan Abbott and Miss Elva
C. Wisner, both of Loßayrvillo, Pa.
FULLER.—At Rome, Pa., Sept. 11, 1870, John
Fuller, formerly of Ulster, aged 67 years and
IS- Highest price paid for all
kinds of Farmer's Produce, at Welted White do
DON'T .OrEOLECT TNIS NOTICE.—AII
persons owing S. N. Aermwers. or ASPINWALL
4k. BALDWIN by note or account must pay by
November first, or collection will be enforced.
Oct. 20,70. •
ice' Second-hand Sewing MLA 'nes
for sale at a bargain by Wickham & Black.
Also, Machine Neekes, Oil, Thread, Silks,
&e., &c. April 28, 1870—tt.
SOP We . guarantee satisfaction in
all the work we do, We cut, make, and trim
clothing for men and boys wear,
H. aims & Co,
4 Bridge Street. Towanda, Pa.
ser A Setold-hand Top Wagon,
with pole and 'harts, running gear nearly new
To sale at anames -Carriage Factory. Price
tl5O. Sept. i4,10-ztt
Choice Mackerel, only one
Elnig tier pound, at M. J. LONG'S.
Juno 10, 1870.
Ses Moss urine " for Pod
dings and Cnntards, for ego by
June 16, 1870. M. J. Loan.
MS. Your choice of the very best
Teas, for 1,3 per lb. at the Ilea Mlle .4, fine
Evalcs A; HILDRETIeS.
iteg6. Goods delivered to all
of the village free of charge.. nod Weft:
is. Sell your Butter, Eggs ote., a
the Bed White and Blue Store.
NIL Cash paid for Grain at the
Bed White and Blue Store, Bridge Bt. Towanda
Drumm& & Bisewu.
. Cumin. Warns Pois.—l have for
sale a quantity of Cheater White Pits.
Oct. 1 , 70.. A. B. Shwa. ,
' stir Candies of all kinds' war
ranted the beat, at wholesale and retail, cheap
er than the cheapest, 'at the Red, White and
Bine Store. Oct.
Evaxa & Fiu.Darra'a
Wierobacen and Cigars in great
varie wholesale and retail, cheap for cub, at
Red, White and Blue Store.
Oct. 13,10. MIJARALL & Moamar. -
lA.. Burnett's celebrated flavoring
extracts, for see by • M. J. Lox°.
ie. Crackers 'manufactured 'daily
and for sale wholesale and retail, at the Bakery,
first door north of Ward Howse.
Much 814 110. - D. W. fimorr is Co.
FosSim—Oho span. of Matched
Bay llorsea,b . years old, good team or road
horses, weight 1000 pound& '
Rome, Sept. 41,404! L. L. lloooi.
. if/. W. Drrrlnat's Music Store,
east of Mercurli Bank, first door, Where you
will find Minos, :Melodeons, Orgluis,
Guitars, Banjos; Strings, Accordeons, Clarion
eb,Flutes, Meet Music, Instruction Books for
&nutriments, Music Books and all kinds of
Musical Merchandise. April 14,'70.
- iniatirsatfuta liazia-It
ate of the 41061 tuivo*o ist t
I i latch
up bee ieskienoo in To
libeftiolkuk yosro of expezionce tees •
144migaralklinif 11 ,4 1 *1 1 !thut a italio E *.
l ird ridirrilti f t StnOtiwO door smug of
da Oct. 1 Ston h,_2,7o _.__
Bram.. --43 - mini 'Ai
$1,411-Try litaawia-lann Ysitmomat-Miss
BUMS infonastisapatrons.thai she Ism just
received from Europe a simply Af Jambes
Ohms, which she can offer at 41,60" at retail.
Li Also Shawls and Dubai in Lama and (Snowy'
me. • '
Mils Thum taw especial attention hi her ,
Whim plates and patterns. She regularly_ro.
cobalt ItiS phirltal , Bamr" (the otiKinal of gar
wr's), as well as the Paris "liter iteir dos
Modes." • -
A lino - st - adept the lilest flats' 1114 Rbaneta
always on hand. flay 4, 1870-tf.
tlitylordiliora hare open-
; connection with their Clothing Store, a
Department t and having secured the
services of a “ firsbelass tatter' and competent
workmen they,, are:nowaced to mane pp
work in ti2e best style an r hi tfashkms to or
der.RedVillinst received . a new and; fresh
stook of they, are prepared to offer het
ter inducemethan ever before offered in
mind& The public will flan to their advan
tage to give tut a call before buying elsewhere;
Remember we warrant our work and gnarintee
goad Ste. Repairing done on short notice. •
, Faith 12. 0.
WS6 TAILOR & (ions; Mere,hant. UV.
Great reduction. inT 'eas at the
Bed Vrbite .t.Bluo Store, Brklgo Ht.
BIIAXHALL & BIDOWAY.
1826. lIONTANYES 1870:
Have Nat opened. large and carefully select
ed stock of goods for the fall trade. Dress
Goodsi-Obeetings, Ibtruiels,Trints, &c. Tan,
Sugars, Byrum and Groceries of an kinds at
New York pikes. Crockery and Glassware of
our own importation; in fact too extensive a
stock to itemise, bought exclusively, for cash,
and guaranteed to be seld at lower prices than
ever offered in this market.
Fos ONLY ONE DOLLAI4—A Photo
graßh on 10:12 inch card of the memberi_of
the Lackawanna Presbytery at its first stated
meether at Wye'!rising, Pa., Bcpt. 1870, will i bo
sent post paid to any address on receipt of 81
Over 70 members repretented.
E. K. BruznEvsyr. r
Wyalnidng, Oct. 3,10-w0 •
The course pursued by. the
Cascade hills, of selling good dour at the low
est possible prices, is productive of numerous
advantages. It makes a ready market for the
superior wheat of our vicinity ; supplies con=
Rimers with a cheap and wholesome article of
boa• etwort.o la< 'nuri....l....orpeturestreatill mam '
active business for the Mills. War in Europe,'
dronth, and short crops, are having the abet'
to raise prices; but this Mill at all times sell
at minimum prices.
July 28, 1870.
ter Mrs. SNYDER Co., Dress
Blakers, over KEELER'S grocery store, Bridge
street. The latest styles of patterrecreceiced
weekly from New York.. Work done on reason
able terms and on short notice. scp.22-w4*
Mr Security Fire Insurance Com
pany, N.Y. /motto $2,017,86981. Fora policy
in this reliabki and safe company call on
Tao. W. Mix, Agent,
Office 2SEncon'a now block, north aide of
C. 0. D
1 beg leave to inform my old friends, and the
public generally, that I have opened A NEW
GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE IN
BELDLFMAN'S BLOCK, BRIDGE STREET,
and respectfully invite an inspection of my
goods and prices. As my stock has been pur
chased entirely for CASH, and as I propose to
sell for READY. PAY, I feel confident that my
prices will compare favorably with any estab
lishment in the country.
I have paid particular attention to the selec
tion of GROLIND Smogs, and warrant thenrrinn.
My assortment of TEAS_ is complete, and
ran in prices from to ONE
DOLLAR AND FORTY CENTS. sIXTY.CENTS
to order, and sold at the lowest price. ' Give me
a call. GEO, L. KEELER.
Toivanda,•Jnly 14, 1870.
Lwow - um or FAS/H0N.. , "
On walking up Main street in quest of some
I gazed in every window that came -within
Until I came to Rosznvfmo's, and gazing above
I saw, Oh 1 such beauties there, I had never
. seen before.
I quickly Ixsinded up the stairs, nith true heart
And landed ero I knew in Miss KlliCaiLElelil
rooms of fashion ;
And Ohl the lovely things I saw, of bonnets
and gay dresses, -
And not in one's or two's, bat both in count
' less masses.
Her fashions for fall aro certainly superb,
Hor bonnets are,,Olt I such gaits to ba soon,
Now, ladies, my advice is go see for yourselves
If you wish to be dressed liko a (*eon.
BL UM BUSINESS Horso3.—E. H.
DOUMAVL k CO.—ItEIIOVAL—FLCE AND C 031310•
mots NEW QIIAIITEES.— For twelve years E. IL
Domain, has been engaged in business in El
mira, and during that time by honorable, hb-
eral and accommodating dealing he has at
tamed an enviable reputation and worked his
way along until he has reached a front rank in
the lino of solid Minium men.
A new era of:prosperity bas now been entered
upon by this well-known and popular merchant,
ror he has jnst taken possession of one of the
elegant and commodious stores in the Liam.
Brathers now and splendid block. Mr. Don
arums quarters are not surpassed' in -any par-
Sillier by any store in this city or section of the
B.ate, and none of ,the larger commercial cities
of New York excel in adaption, bi t y/i3 and at
tractiveness the now store-of the enterprising
Dry Goods firm of E. B. DOUNAI7I. k Co.
The second floor, to which communication is
had by a broatl,"handsorad stairway, is to be
used tar the 'exhibition and sale of carpets, of
which the firm will early an immense stoel. A
portion of the reserve stock of the house will
also be stored hero. •
The first or ground floor will bo occupied by
the extensive assortment of dress goods which
the ram propose to carry on, and is literally
packed with every class and style of goons that
may be demanded. The rear portion will be
handsomely fitted up as the shawl department.
The store is very light and so arranged that
purchasers can examine goods in the most sat
isfactory manner. •
The basement will also be used for the stor
age of heavier goods and for their exhibition.
Altogether the premises are admirably adapt
ed to the immense 'business enjoyed by this
well-known and reliable house, and we predict
that in their now and princely quarters they
will meet with greatly increased success and
business prosperity.—Elmira Gazette.
THE LECTURE COMM=E
OP FUE LODGE-OF MY
In this place, would announceihat they have engsg
ed the following named lecturers:
ANNA E. DICKINSON
Sitbieet To The ttescue:'
Elobject-“Tho Lost iota.",
JOHN G. SAXE.
Subject - 0 Love."
WIRT STNRS '
sibiect--.. After Dark In Dow York'
thab,f,fict--. 4 Girls."
ititdt:oCii;io:gu Co4nutte, Oki TlEire%
end, Our Timai."
" The datos upon which the lectures well be deliv
ered...bare not yet heedless:l. but will be announced
Admission 50 cents. Reserved Seats 73 cents.
Season Tickets. entitling holder to reserved scat.
E 9 so.
4 . cars F. atamoraso
' ICl:lair. L. it. Slum s..
and 7. W: • Vutrinc, Committee
Sept. 15, 187 e.
MC E=ilM2M=l M MI
CODDlN%Mrafff:LL:keo.;i - .
the attention of the pioldkar Bradford rodatf;
Pa.;.to dab` Waif» otor.k of `.
Which in variety ind cheapness is unexcelled b
2 R:ethers r0# 1 4 1 3/Yalds• Witqtt° 6l I! telliek" °air
b y etb
aborhew are Wait tbla Übe, and while
liable to , oarkahnlys sell,stbi„Tesy lowest
, inthill ma. • ,
1' per Cent. a month added to MCCOMAS of over 30
per,lceg,6l4 and up $4 60
Glass, per. box, 10:12 3 10
Glass, por).)ox ! 1446_ Ark
Linseed Gil, Per gallon • 110
SASH BLINDS AND DOORS,
IritD l :):(6)sciiDtZmatZoWicil4
STOVES OF ALL KINDS. '
I° ' - gVt i lgsVP l *l td° gt
i A g gc , gtri il 16 , 11.
. e g v d i ii , O CDM. O. • lg. m. U.
" & A A r FP VE ng Fr•PA 1 ,
.. = 0
r , MI •W - g 0 n o .o law
s - ;`
- • .1, .
Delivered free on ears at low rates for =AL_
Pore. lined and Gem Fruit Jar s,
Qts. at $2 per dozen, $23 per gross.
2 Qts. $2 50 per dozen, $29 per gross.
- CIDER MILLS $2510 $45.
e l tct ''4, n •Ii 1 -4
o o 2, g
ag m -a, -vi a , a
. to co O S'
C. a- 04 cp: a
is. ° - g - ; 1: g
RPm P E
WHEELER'S, iND BLOOD'S
HORSE POWERS AND THEEEKEEE.
And farming tools in general.
Good Steel Knives and Forks at One
Universal Wringers, Bench Wringers,
Novelty Wringers, Doty's WWI-,
ers, Brass Kettles, Porcelain
' Kettles, Tinware,
'We sell the most Pocket Knives, Eamon, Shears,
and Weer-plated Ware because we - keep the largest
assortment of any here.
Kerosene-Oil by the barrel at 28 eta
Dupont's powder by the k . fg $3 50
Rifle dt 6 50
ELIAS HOWE ' , SEWING
Not excelled, if equalled by any They always
in great varieV.
-Borimg - Machines,
We invite tha'attention of builders to our superior
DOOR LOCK D TRIMMINGS,
As wellas to our J ett • s Pare. Excelsior, and other
reliable brands of
P S AND. OILS.
Wagon Makers and Carriage Builders would *do
well Widen us. We have Philadelphia Hub, Jersey
Spokes. Pipe Mies, Aims, Springs, This, &c.
Oak spokes, 21 in. per set $4 00
2 in. 00
St. Germain Student Lamps, Church
Chandeliers, Gas Fixtures, Gas
Pipe, Pumps, Iron Sinks,
National Horse Nails by the box,
at 22 ata per pound:
Houses fitted with
. Gas Pipe, Fix
tures, Heaters, &c., Sce., on sho#,
cODDING, IMEIBELL & CO.
Tosanda, Sept. 15 4 871 •
(3 M, GP %)()PB4
At Factory rates
Alirays on hstuL
Dollar per set.
MILL SAWS, PACKING,
LEATHER ANb RUBBER BELTING;
Pistols of all kinds slump on land
- - rw - Advottlie.miinti.
WELL & Co.
An sow 0pW4141 ea*, WIWI& flay siva*
anyour,swal. • *
DBFB3 GOODS ' ,
In great variety at bargains.
• 614,114 dock of ; • •
SINGLE AND DOUBLE WOOL
.SHAWLS.- • • -":
Evztor orm, zrzir pit
MOM and DOMESTIC STOCK
:The grated net* to.
RI NT ED CALIOOS
AT ILL PRICES
.# bsege usoLimeat of
WHITE GOODS, TABLE LINEH,
AN ENTITIE NEW STOOK:
We are now opening a largo and full stock of
NOTIONS, NOSIEST, &a, &c.
and WINDOW MADE STOGIE
Was never more complete.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
A. better assortment than ever before opened by ult.
OUR" OROCERY DEPARTMENT .
Being enlarged we have many goods not formerly
kept, to which. we mak attention of our customers.
sept 29,10. BEIBTONZ STORE
SiNGEII SEWING 31LICIIINES
B A. PETTIS ;&.; CO.,
Have just meived a beet' stock of
FALL GOODS -
In tho!r line, bonght in New York and Philadelphia,
at priceathat warrant thew in saying that they will
FM37;ngTi n iWi'MA . M . 4l
Their stock consists in Domestic •nd other
DRY GOODS, . '
Is thsstme l /7 tarai.bed witirthe
For the season
:0 1 i G'
Co:tautly on hand.
Kahl et., tomdte the Court House
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
In *sin street '. •
bi s h e
public that be keeps con
stantly on band ail s of
AIIIMICA2I AND i3WDS3 WATCH M .
Also s fine silartmeniof . •
clop, env= Am PLATED Jinn
of mom Rings, Ththables,
Itini Ce = other articles too mime:oust* mantic* -
A. great variety of the most aggrond Clocks. The;
WATCH REPAIERIG to done by tddiself, persorid.
tr. and he getters ldtaself that with his twenty yeas
exmcierbe in Towanda. bs yin be able to =g a l
who may favor him with their patronamp:
for the vast Mend patronage, hs sauna the palatal
that his charges shall be reasonable, mad so Wm
Remember displace, 135 lialuad, Patton a
rod e :lwo doors south of Powell & Os's Sem
Towanda, Pa., July 12, 150.41
LATEST . .
FINEST LOT IN TOWANDA. ,
FINEST LOT IN TOWANDA.'
L. FINEST LOT IN TOWANDA:
WICKIiAIi k 131JCS:F;`
NOTIONS, &C., &C.
. WILL On= TRU WIZIC
MEN and BOYS soma
MEN and BOYS BOOT&
Wan k% and KHIOS SHOES.
WO3ERNS and MMSES SHOES.
WOMEN'S and MISSES SHOES.
AND BEST QUALITY.
AND BEST . QtrAram.
'TRAVELING BAGS, &C.
TRAVELING BAGS, &C.
TRAVELING BAGS, &C.
SPLENDID HORSE BLANKETS,
SPLENDID HORSE BLANKETS,
SPLENDID HORSE BLANKETS,
EVERY ' DESCRIPTION
Lame lot of r
Large lot of
Large lot of
FANCY RUGS, &C
FANCY RUGS, &C.
FANCY RUGS, &C
. Haring enlarged our salesroom and made exten
sive purchases of al' oods In - our breach of trade,
we are prepared to offer extra Mamma:mut&
Sept. 71,1870: 111311PIIREff BROTHER&
TAY L 0 R & co
THEY ARE THE STANDARD ALPACA OF THE
United States, of uniform mate, and unsurpassed
In color, quality or price,
Towanda, Aug. IV7O
TAYLOR ,Sc, CO: . •
Arc selling the beat low priced
. - . ' Iii:O . GLOVES
tu the world, for
75 CENTS A PAIR. '
Alga, a cerorlete aaiortmeat of the celebrated .
H. .. 5... R. G.
_, • . .
For Bale. at . ' •
i' - •
. .. " . - •• ' •
~. • TXYLOIL .k.' COIL,
Sept. LC 18;0. ' -.-•- o'
WICKHAM & BLACK'S.
Towanda; Jtnia 13,1870
rORSALE.—My House and Lot
on Pine street is offered for sale st ehargste.
- For fortherwlienlars minks on the preadeel.
80 543.1 0 . - - •_ JULIA MAL
TOR SALE.—HOUSE AND LOT,
want° on Yourtb Wee; notrioisestiV i
Home 9t 32 fret, 'with well and absinth. good
maid fro& Enquire of 9.D.Wicsaut, at t he of
Wickham k Blurs.
Sept. 15,, 1370.. '
PLASTER. -- LASTER. SOO TONS "BEST
Group d Planter at HMO Mlle. 3(09.
mama. Pa.. for let*, all Wads of Grain will be
tak l e il l •11 1 ) itiePt• W. A. ROCKWELL
nos. mans is,..73l2232A,Paritlest lady
of the Ha ?aids* rdataiel, tainatather of the a:ma
ths. ot latidtard sad itaegattleak sai Vow znr.—
ioslntAtta and W martin; haeadate Judea.
am oda emit, at iredlead, bow
taming date the Mt Orel ReptMooed 614
M MOW et :Troy tor.** ow irt m eetied fbr hittiz a ll o peast et
ford, on Wade; October 34. PM,* oath= two
Nottee la therldore: hereby ittres to the Coronary,
ad Dudes. or the Peace, of the County of Dradtord.
that they be then and there In their proper person;
at ID o'doek in the forenoon, or sidd • day. with zo.
cords. Inoneittone Ind other rentesabriaree, to dro
thaw Clime winch to tbetr on appertdast to bee
down' and those who are bound g a no=e
ottwannee to prootatta *he,
are or may be is the*" ot " rdteuelly. or who ehall
be booed to Meter at the odd workers to be then
and there t : t i te scatted Cann me shell be Due.
Jurors are Weelathetr,attes.
dance. IT to their
Dated Tame% the' lirth day' of dept. in the
you of ottr Lord. ore thouend debt hundred and
evrenty..and or the hategeoutenoe of the Vatted
Stet" the Wady
J. P. VAN maw. si.eg
1 Bon: PIMBid UBIS B
211112=121, President Judge
th Jstrict. emostsimit of the emu.
Nu of Bradford and Susquehanna; sod Eons. Mau.
Lox Farms am, J. W. V r azDrlce, Airedale Judges,
atul for told aunty of Bradford, huetoned Melt
date the 12th day or Oetober,lB7o,
= P e dlraded foe hailing an adjourned Court of
Common flew at Towanda for the anutty of Brad
ford, on Monday. November 7,1870,te continue one
notice is therefore hereby gm to the Coroners.
and Justices of tbe Peace, th•COtta# et Biadlord.
that they be then and there in Abets ppereoppert person.
• 10 o'clock In the forenoon at acid dn. with rs
• inctinsitietut and otbes nestradinsiese, bto do
• ore things which to their dies mainline to be
•thine: and those Oho ere bo agabwit und bythe recognizance or
ortherwthe to prisoners w -
are or may be in the Jail te
of sablaitmfy, or who than
be bound to appear at the said court are to be then
and there to prosecute against then as shaU be Just.
Jurors are requested to be punctual in their alien
dazes. agree ab ly to their model_ . '
Costal at Towanda , the 1311 day of October4n the
year stout lord. Otte thousand/14dd handredAnd
seventy, and of the Independence of the tinned
ghat*, the ninety-third.
J. P. VAN Mr!, Merl
TRIM; LIST FOR -OCTOBER
:a. TEM, at TEOY. 1810:
John Junior= vs. Francis Green. appeal
E. C. Seymour re. B. IL rites ' appeal
Alma* C. Moore Ti. Endue H.ler, et a1..r'.....5el ta
William B. Dobbins ea. Tro7tirp ' ClIW)
T. L. Pratt. Ti. KK. Williams - ''., appeal'
Alvin Sewardpr. A. Coburn _ • • .4..:.appea4
0. B. Howland vi. P. D. Chase.
A. C. Moors Ti. John Camanh
d 6 do
do Ti. do .
do - vs. de
Lent Brothers vs. PA. Ballard `dell
Bally Harden vs. Watson Freemen...., 4.ejectuient
Spritigte twp vs. Z. L. Pbll Ups, ease
• us k Carmel= vs. A. Long's
Henry Mier decddeb adnir's...appal
Julia Axtell et elm C. T. Merry et aL eject:pent
Jolla Axtell vs. 0. P. Ballard Alecto:lent
W. B. Foster vs. W. A. Perks eject . spent
`Dennis Hagan vs. Patrick k John Hagan • appeal
F. L.-Ballard TS. Edward Burke adtnr appeal
G. P. Manley vs. Batley. VanEsunes *CO - appeal
Subpoenas for drat week returnable on Monday.
October 24, 1870. at 10 o'clock run.; for second week
on Monday, October 81, 1870, at 10 o'clock a.m.
W. A. THOMAS.
LIST OF THE NAMES OF PER
JUT eon* draw n to be Jurors In &Court of Common
Pleas to be held at Troy. contratndng on Mends::
the 24th day, of October, 1870. - at 1 °Wank pan.
E it'EARFFTICEIr; wm
Afflyinni. E. J. Alters; WBson.lt. Decker: Win. C.
Ada; Athena twp.. Prank S.-Morley. John RVdock;
Athena boro.. Fred. Pike; Barclay, Solomon Tallady ;
Burlington West. Horace Spencer; Canton tarp..
Sheldon H. Lindley; Canton hero.. Wolter Leavitt:
Herrick. J. B. Allen. H. H. ihnith,, Y. N. Cogswell;
Monroe trip.. J. Y. Woodruff; Overton. John
Matbewsi Pike. Wilson Buck, Riley Cogswell:Wire.
berry. Meg Covale: Rome tarp.. John Allen; semi
Creek. Hiram Mason. AIL Roman; Smithfield. Jas
per King; Springfield. Lorenzo Allen Sheahoquin.
Cyrenns Webb; Tuscarora, Phillip Detrick. Bailey
Homey; Troy , bore.. Chides Runyon; Terry
Gabriel Fetter; Warreii, Ember( Mimi WYaluzind
Samuel F. Taylor;-Wilmot, 1. H. =ford, Wm. Par,
more; Windtuizn, (leo. Lawrence, Benj. liiiykendali
Wells, E. E. Dilleston, hansom Tanner..
211AVELTAZ JrACS.IIU4.II=O.ND 10113%.
Bacon Ellenberger, E. H. DeLong; Atheri.
Aw n ..- Horace Weller, Michael Coleman; Albany
Lewla Jones: Albs, James H. Fellows; Barclay. Pat -
rick J. Cronley, E. J. Eldred; Burlingt on Weld
Calvin Rockwell; Canton twp.. allle; Can
ton born., B. J. Illckock. T, H. Atom; COlullubl: ,
London Bu ; LeHOY, M. L. Workiteraohn 'Rickey .
Litchlleld4nl nth. H. F. Ilayikill; Overton. la
H. Heicher; Orwell. E. Wertheimer, L. 0. Brunt
Rome born., 0.-F. Young; Smithfield. N. T. Diektr
son; Sheshequin, Marcuß Vanciae; Troy twp., 31.1 -
Rockwell. A. 8. Manley; Troy born., C. S. Bur:
Tuscarora, Mylert Cuiver, .P. F. Hardy; Towand. -
brev., Wm. K. Marshall; Towanda worth, Isaac Vo..
burg; Windham, Geo. Goodeell, Samuel T. Madge:
Jonathan Franklin; Wyalualng, Urtah D. Huff; Wa
ran, ilamnel Wheaton. Allen Brown.
Matter of the estate' of Miner Snyder late o.
Shoal:tequila township. deceased. .1a the Orphau'r
Court of Bradford Coenty. No. 9. Ethollary
The nnd enthused an Auditor Won:Lied by as •
Court to re-distribute moneys in the *bore ca
will attend to the duties of his appointment a i
bliMUce in the borough of Towanda. on SATUB.D.ti
the 6th day of ICOVEIO32It A.D.. 1870, at 2 Wel« 7
p, m.. at which time and places all persona hest:..
claims to said money are requested to preterit m. 7
claims, or be debarred from coming Id upon mi.'
Oka W.-Lt. nunasos.
'Sept 29, 7870—1 t Matter:
A lIDITORS NOTICE.---:Sam tie.
Tukesbury's use rs. Norris .Fargo, No. 1111.7 ,
May Tenn. ISM la.the Court.of Coalmen Piro
The undersigned en auditor. -a".ated by u
Court to distibuti Slade la aniff i hoods lent,
from Sheriff's sale of defendant's' real estate, will ai
tend to the duties of said appointment, at his °Mr ,
in the borouchuf Towanda. on MONDAY. the 71
day of NOVEMBERIB7O. at 2 o'clock p. dr., at whir'
time and place ill persons hula/ dolma oa Er
Money are requhvdto pprxeseeenat the sams or be deba ,
red from coo/ingot% saldfund.
I NCORPORATION NOTICE.-fl:
the matter of the huForpotatkinid ”TheTrustec
of the Springhill Methodlat*Church."
• Also, in the matter of lbe tncorporition of O.;
tinion Church of Welts. '
Notice is hereby giSer that the 'above Trastcw.
have severally presented to the Court of Comsno.l
Pleas of Bradford, County'. their. articles of Anrni
tion saldnglot a decree of Incorporation, and th.-
said Court having examined the same, and finding
them correct, will decree that the acts be lauds"
as prayed for, on Monday, December 5, 1870, at *".!
o'clock p.m., unless cause be shorn to the contrail
W. A. THOMAS, Prothonota-y.
Prothonotary's Moe. Sept. 29, 1870.-nt
APPLICATION TN DIVORCE -
To John Maiin2.-7 o. 752 May term. 18 10 --
Yon aro hereby notified that laisabeth Brarra,,your
wife, by her next friend, J. T. Learns has. applied
.to therottrt of common pleas of Bradford county:
for a divorce from the bonds of, and the
said court has appointed Monday. the •IS of Dec..
1870. for hearing the said Elfrabeth• Barre in tho
premises. at which time and place you calf attend if
you think proper. 3. PERRY VAN MET,
Sept. 29.10..-it . • Sheriff.
APPLICATION IN DIVORCE.-
To Fanny ICelion—No. 343 tab. form,
You are hereby notified than Phineas Nelaon, yoir"
husband:has applied to the Smut of commcz p 1 2 ,2
of Bradford county. for a disarm from the hands of
matrimony. and the said war; has appointed Mon-
day, the sth of December 1570. for hearing the roJd
Sixteens in the premises. at whichtinte 'advisee yen •
can. attend U you think proper.
J. RUBY VAN putT,
Sept 29,10-4 t
TN BANKRUPTCY. - - DISTRICT
Court of the United Slates for the Western
tict of Pennsylvania. Waters. District-0 Perimyt
ronfa, St .9. In the matter of Richard Anion, a .
A Warrant in Bankruptcy lias been issued by said
Court against the estate of RICIIABD AMMON, of
the county of Bradford and. Mate of Pennsylvimia,
in said District, who basbecii - duly adjudged • Bank
rupt upon petition of his creditors, and thetsyment
of any debts, and the delivery of, any proArzty be
longing to said Bankrupt to - aim or to hts use. and
the transfer of any property by him are forbidden
by lari. A meeting of the creditors amid Bankrupt
to prove their debts, and choose one .er more as.
signets of his estate, will beheld at a Courtof Bank- -
ruPtc7. to be holden at Towanda, ps„ in said
trict, on the 15th day of October, AM...1870. at 10
o'clock, a.m., at the olßeo of EDWARD OVERTON. ,
Jr..a t. Es
ricq, one of the Registers in
IlaiM a rald
Sept. 22.10.-5 w . U.S. Marshal. as
LIST OF THE NAMES OF PER
son¢ drawn to be jurors In anjellourned Court
of Common Pleas to be held at the'. Court Honor in
Towanda, on tho tint Monday of November 1870.
Albany taxi., Henry Brown. .7 ii" Waltman ;
Athens -bore.. Jacob A. Sticks; Burlington West.
Simon Pratt. Curtis Swain; Barely twp., JAMS B.
Johnson. John A. Faucett; _Canton bore., Timothy
Burke, Walter S. Newman; Franklin. Elwin 0.
Wiley; Granville. Anderson S. Robinson; Monroe
bore., Marvin X. Cooldengh; Monroe twyi Henry
B. Myers; Orwell , Lyman B. Clinhbuele; Mdgebnry.
Alexander Stirton, E. B. Reekiri . th. Benjamin* L.
McAfee; Springfield, 'Rufus •:13. 010111011, Trancis •
Ripley; Standing Atone. John Ennis. Pekin Land
meuor. W. Stervats; ; Shoeheqrsin. Wrens E . Morten;
Troy twp., James Stianon, Alvin Linderman; Troy
born, Wm. Morgan; Towanda horn" Mar Dayton..
'Ralph W. Russell, Nathan Tidd. Morgan Lewis;
Terry, William Allen: Warm. John P. Kinney. Wen.
Manning. Cynis O. Wheaton; Weller, W. Zinnia jr.,
W. P. Wiley. - •
AUDITORS NOTICE —The nn=
dersigned appointed an auditor to dhialingo
funds in MO bandit of exceutcsi. of tbs Wats of
JONAS EDSALL, deoeued. andtar from sale of real
memo of said_deceedent. will attend to the duties of
his appointment at the Mike of Delos
in Troy bore.. on T*VBSD&Y. Mai' ' E a
at 11 o'clock a.m.. at which limo and pro alt Per
sons are required to womb theta claims or be de-
Paul from sharing is the wets.
J. N. M.
I ARM FOR. SALE IN MONROE
TOWIIISHIP.—The subecriber eiders fbr ate
his valuable Ibru4 /Ting on the ithrwithtiz=„l4 in
Monroe township, three miles from th e. of
Monroe. area miles from TOWlladar with a
100 d road leiffing tram_both the sabers whom& The
Sullivan la , Erie Badroad also pewee through the
firm It contains 190 scree. about ste acree under
good elate of cultivation:- good buflathiel two WV
orchards, and Is veil watered. Term! easy.
J. C. BIZOMAY. 2d.
801121 Itrid4a, Aug. TWth.
NOTICE is hereby give that the Co
partnership lately', under under ill arm
name of illaxxsT a Ounces be. been dboolred by
the retiring of Yr. Yanky. Tbe boob and ecartuita
of the late firm are in w.y hands and must bo settled
immediately or cold. will be made.
canton. Oct. 1300. - W. 8. CHAMFER.
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