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4 L AND - GENERAL
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l eprosanta4ve BUCK retur_ped
V irg Olt Noriday, evening last.'
large OuOlber. of officers
the late army callekitirory Gan.
Ward 00n140 otk*Q.nday
le . I
o - bi
he l'BroWntown Post-office
!moved to Alio tteratml rlikliE RT.IO,
hl..Urrn r l
1 b p Olin
. E. 31YEn has been appoint
tit on thoTA. A. E. Rai, in !Asa; of
rs. Judge Sxurz-rEn bus been
Philadalphia fur several days past.
titled to learn that her health is im-•
lt'• irc• gr.
G.P. Eforp.ss, 'of Troy,
, ;11 r,. 11 the pulpii'el the Episcopal church
1:1:111..0A c toa - Bunclay next. Itev. War. Mc
sTiMproycli in the church at TroT.
r. L'ilDhatoolr' s Eye and Eikr
:Intira,wil destroyed by fire on Tries
_Los al about $G,000; insu i re;d
yos,. About fifty Igentlemen and la-.,
c,f thilublace made trip to Elmira on Mon.'
~ ..;v cvotiag, in hear NI sli. Our own Choral
6 could 114vo
. outertaino4 the andj-
1,. - z€ ,G
I 1 tS , 1111
~.i S ~::ItC
mo . rE died tit.the resi
iis son-in:110w, A. T. N0nr,...r.,.E5q., on
\ was, the
ler 14 the rt fsitiily 4n this see
,' fatlier was anionr+ the first settlers
- -11rN INI
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'he firm ei me 9fr:Dia, .4.UD
. has beef 4,, n-gcd to LAT, LICDDELL
N, Tll4 JUnior; partner, • Mr. SAN
ill insmage tbe-busincltlicre. Ho is
i g.mtleman, andwhis No confidence
all witkvainni he etitucti in con,
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cil. Jlip§t N '.4(ILPATEIC-Ii I de ,
jut!11111..1 " 1;• - :' , lierianan ' s March to filo
11.11( - 1 - c'slIhil1, - on Monday evening
~ii-oci t u rj/ c r a large number of lee
baying gone to Elmira to hoar Nits
t t clltifille t, '4 iIS not large, but thOse
prt sent CNO'e, .s themselves more than
ith the C;(110 il ' F effort. i -
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Zr-. T. Li.:sun: AVE.6-EB. ;will
~.• .1,,,p,....amf,,. !:.et-ap , . eutittea. "But=
01.1 W. , 0:, 4 ' t 1 - 19 . rn Brook, Tuesday
x i . ri l 1' a.tl mof : KG's 1.1111, Tuesday
',l ',1,...!5;....::•'., aitliffeld, Tuesday tAten
i2. 11.(i.W.P,.P. H. :qEnsllll.l4l.l Will
la I !%; , ioti 'or ilii:-, sons of T6rnranco
•1.1 •:.; after 4 1 :akt lecture: . --_—_,..,.
; • .
; :14TIFFITT'S barn, iIL
of this bbroligh;was
Sinitlay evening rant. The
out otx,itt halt -vast so:enn'nlock, and
ICrapid that it was inaiossi
t anythini; ont., Air. lit. ii.st four horses,
,',and all of his hay and
z", , 800. - Origin
We }tad the pleasure of being
•1 . cxeriim•A of the ti , isiini.-
11,T,13t ,, ListitiVi• oil ritiA:ty artertl , ”
w 2 re.liiilily'w.utert;itlit;tl with , te 41X
-11 • t titttt yr wcre nuaLlc •to
the, of the vri riong
I .u't )":it'll l: , , In %;.:,,,` 11 . 1;,: }cor, lo o n!
v, that the ... , tilt.h :its Et:glutted them
,. a thamtAr highlY eretlitaitl ‘ both t o ..
, alta ti-aelLe: - .. Tv tlttt'ittlatti't• was
:tir:te,-; 1t; ,a,ct... It no that: .ear itreviotP4 ,
1t11 ,. . t.entEhiri certainly , arc worth of
:-1."'" I.:Ltrtilitig.,.. I: y.'. (.11(1 , 1 * to them.
:, ~ e better t•ofittol in tiii..5 ' i,,,;(1012. .
:,•1 c,i4 iit , ! tin ; ; exerch,
:t1 •-f tilt taking
ana thr Erving aside of warm_
Mt , r, ;:r!
ectastuni It/01 I
Mori..diseases' :zero:rally pt-q
-.. 11 ahnost any other two NVitil
c fatniltartty. ILIAty
runictirlicr that ttvoblnebiras do
VI 1 Id-
an . N.nore than two swallows
dump our stoves up and: y6ur
, tl;ing , ln your piii k 4on until thw
has tonly departed. •
Tlvc:ll.E. Grand conimaildery
,:f KttiHit, Tompliir of Pentis- - 11%ania, mot in
,;••c nCL rc ict Masonic Hall, Towanila,
IS7I, in parsoanoo. of. notice given,
w:•1, f , ;ll ,, whig officers prompt: •
ii 1 . E.E.G.C.; C. E. MrEn, T:O.
Mn.l.Ea. 0.0.; F. J. EVANS,
xvm IVAsnra - nN, ;* - p. J.
J. Os, G.J.W.; JAR. :
A. I G.s.-,1 0. ,:\VIDMAN; G.s , : '. l . P.
; Jos: 31.A1sItALL, G.S.
n, ru;;rtlttitl No. 83, at "litusvii)e
,I, : hlttutl, and. No. i).(Y, at ItitlgyFily.
Bence were iEsut'ti tt;
,171, eud other sir,Kriights
SOme peoplo very often
1.;11 I places it is - followed by
• ; :,.• mail it bceornes illtudera
. . ell say, "It is muddy in tke
• 1 I aer..t.s this f1c,„1.1;" and will
14-ea raids, ttainp the owner's
~f t.•ntinic7; too• soft tt, travel upon
t',, rutaintg other, fields
car, an g , •lierally these who
:.. , 1 lut nli lL;ing 1111att..1s...Idttm read
Llueh take - one. They are the
n't tot that an , ything' they
to n L . 113 ..+I4S to them. It is'•
;•.•;.t-y 111a1111414 to be iintalit;g
• Le•.:ld6s being ',a trc-spae4
theit. liable tut ki-ccutitna. P.
A Logge of • thd
gnat tea; iuytihited in this place
at. , l l'hursilay of last ~reek, he
•10:4s. a. 0, - lltaneellor of renowyl
: 't, ••:;•im iaoll. fontoriog ofticers
tt , .,nllLd: •
IV.l', o. l n. H. J.
\4:V. , . J. F. 11,91...rx
%ha has horn np
Dio,tri . ct L\ puny for 81 - x(ls)r 1 comity
cool..through untiring effotots tha
+:.a - - ;..)Inc wi;•1;(.1 and. mischievous 1
ri. In; eomr;titted a, in - :ries of out
-I.t-:. :1y,•illo• ,:c'the.Sullivan ,k Erie .11ail
r i,..1 1 , ty,.,11,e,1 a y Mg . ht last, ..A pile of bark, .
I '.. 1 , 7 • - 1 eriy of the Towanda Tanning, Com
-1.1.1.y. t..T.ar the- 'Mous, ticas tired and burned, and
1 1.. hu;' , .',l:e,.; L'red as a &pot at Dudiore was
1 , , mq on iireapi emispnicil, togeiliquith ;41
.1. , ... , ;•t. e.',, , .' The 31e4rs. J:.chlioN.liatl a ha}'
Tre:4l:ool.TriiTi goods, 'amounting to several
1i....• 1,2 r....1t ,, 111.i.f.;:„in this building. There was
• -1:' ' 4 lt. , ::!ity of hozieliolit farniture, in the
7. ':-.-a of Ow Itailread C-‘ ; Eniltiii,in the de
. ',4 •, , 'fie- - lilaiiis th.-n atteteptca Ciii - le t .t.; roy a
, Fin •Il 111 . ...p.,:by felling a heavy tree'acrosit,tiat
: - . . , 1',.:,F-Ji l ill! , attempt ';,et fi re to it and burned
(!.. ..::, of the ntring,rii, detaining the train for
~• - i - . : ral hcufs on Thursday.. The guilty party
C.:::) , , - 1.1 be fi. , rr , •ti-d (Alt and made tolled the
I 1: ies of, the law. The Company have offer
- :mini of ri, 4 l',q . fvr the apprehension of
Ili; LOGAN delivered her lee
(.11" 11Elirt - a's Hall on Friday
I L i74-11i'ig to a very respectable audience,
attentl'ance was not zo large as we
Lot htipc , l- , 1 , ; wr.e. Most of tlinso r,rcient we
jiza:;t.d. vrur.well pleased ; - There ia a certain
aika about her which is fascinating,
lot -L-lie-exhiriU • too much of stage manners to
render her appearattoe al • .thei pleasant:.
She was 'neatly spired b ap
piareal vci7 much at sue--asadt.possessed sad
smiling•as though receiving gueits at her roin,
house. Sho divided . gairli" into six classes':
the fashionable girl, the beautiful girl, • the
strong-minded girl; tirt womanly girl, the mew:
tern girl and the yaliheo. girL . In describing
each of the actors' classes, kiss Locale gave
much good advice, to ; f' OIL' The lecture
abounded in sharp hits and eritertaining anec
dotes, that _wets enthusiastically rweelved by
the .audioimde. While there was little ie*lly
worth remembering in the lecture, yet it was
altogether the most agreeable and entertaining
oho 'of the course; and the committee will un
doubtedly secure MIAs LOOsx for next season's
',The last lecture of the confsevlll be -deliv
ered by ..Ii.xIsaTIMCILWOONI Ott Biturday evening
next, aid - wo hope toiee t thotatra's
cid: The committee bare certainly thetright_to
expect it, and Ma D. itii,nsla at the head of the
corps of female lecturersln this country; and
it is econdescension on her part to vislt a town
of oar% size. •
sei.l.n speaking of tke Easter ser
vices in the different eh.. •es of Elmira. the
Daily Advertbxr pays o9r late townsman, lief.
C. W. BENNETT, the following merited compll=
At the Heddtng church in the morning, the
pastor, Xi. BmxErr, preached& sermon appro-
priate to the day, and in the evening he deny
ere4 a discourse on the (-"French itevolcition,r ,
which was listened to by a large 'congregation
with much interest; Mt. Casit, - Who made many,
warm friends bete, during hisstay, has been
succeededby one ' entixely worthy of following
him, and one-who liasf reado his way straight to
the hearts of all his people.
Mr The Waverly Nationkl Bank
has recently been rememod• to 110 W queers.
The Enterprise gives quite a full description of
the building, and closes with the following . re
ference to our old friendAnow Ibutwicw, and
his brother, tlite,dentlemenly officers of the bank:
The btusinesftifthii old and favorably known
bank is in the immediate charge of Huon T.
and Vico. W. litnutea, whose re pntation as gen
tlemanly.- end , efficient officers as far
With these gentlemen at the helm War=
boast of one of the safest • and best conducted
banking Institutions in this section. and one
that is a credit and profit alike to the owners,
and to our fair and prosperous village.
WIIAT A, TRANT.LEtt TRINES OF TUE
Etat /WAD. —2b the Editnr of tVSun—Pli: i The
simple justice' which ever Characterizes your
straightforward pimer is not more apparent in
anything than in its refcrencea to ufatters con
cerning the Eris: Road. -Having passl- - .syer a
portion of its length recently, I took itartieuLar
care to notice the tut4mer in which ofatials and
employes discharged their ,drtty, theeth' ndition
oftrack and rolltng system of night sig
nals, running regulations, U., and I can_ only
say, that all that liunian' care and foresight can
accomplish to attain abtOtite safety, is done.
I had uo predilections 'for the road or , any of
its oecers ; bat I must say I was charmed, and
cannot now wonder that, with its broad gunge,
quick:time, smooth track, and elegant coaches,
It, is rapidly becoming.the favorite lint., as' the
increased facilities required fur paasenger traf
fic plainly It is time that falsehood and
matepresentation amid be rebuked, and the
truth known. Let the people know where their
islies are consulted, and they will not be long
in showing their appreciation of it
, THE VALT7E or A SCLAP BOOK.—EVC
ry .one who takes a newspaper, which be in the
least degres appreciates, will often regret .to
see any one number thrown aside for waste pa ;
por whieli contains sonic interesting and im
p,qtaut articles. ‘A'gorkl way to,preserve these
iti Ly the, use of a scrap book. One who Las•
never been accustomed thus to preserve short
articles can hardly estimate lii pleasure it af
fords to sit down and turn over the familiar
pages. llere.a choice Piect of poetry meets
tin e:-e, which
. .you renityiber you were en glad
to see in the papers, but which you would long
since have lost had it not been for your scrap,
Look; There is-a witty , anecdote—it does. you
good to laugh over it yet, though for the twen
tieth time. ::eat is a I'Zitl:tb:c receipt you had
:theist forgottqn, and winch you hare just
f mud ju time to save 11111(.11 p, rplt !city. There
is a sweet little story, the memory of which has
el Trod and encouraged you many a iimewiken
almost ready to despair under the pressures of
life's care and trials. Indeed, yoiv hardly take
up a single paper without perusing it. Just
glance ovc,r the sheet before you,inil see how
many , L valuzlilc items it contains tl - 4t would be
- i-set4iciflO you a hundred timii in life. A
cboicki thonght is fat more precious than it bit
cf glittering gold. Hoard with care She pre
cious g' toe, and scent the cud of a year what
a rich treasure you have accumulated. -
PoTTERvILLE.--The lectnr, " Cru
sades': Past and Present," by the
Porcri:n, a gentleman whose_christianity is as
prqctleal as it is spiritual, was most eloquently
spoken, and proved tole absorbin • nterest
int; and profoundly instructive, - is' Worthy
of many complimentary allusions.
ln his London talsa we have' the sad -story of
life mining The outcast and fallen of , that . city
and the sorrowful history of thoso - lesho are
tempted by circurnstarfees, or ruined b? )
pl affections, or pushed over the verge by
utter v.-1-i i‘nd despair—of those who ire great
' ly tempted, who greatly love and greatly suffer,
a:1,1 h otu Idiotic faces .dissipation, sorrow and
siviCiing has driven every trace of beatifty r
thin iand haggard Wrecki—showing the impera
tive tieed of action, and not more in England
than in America, by alb christian public to res
cue tine ra.riShiug, and to establish on a firm
basis au institution which shall furnish practi
cal means whereby they may clinib up into au
s ' "Down in the human heart,
\ Crushed by the tempter,
Feelings he buried that grace cad reAore
,Tonelic , l by a loving heart, ,
ChorilH that•werc broken will vibrate once
:11 . 1.a.t price, can we Set civil' the sand whicl
G.•d bath ~tampecl with tho broad seal of im
nc)Ttality, and to redeem which ./e..1 , s died?
isril 3, 1671. 11 11 . 1.1.
a OF 0.F..--i 3 unitiatit to previous
no ice, D.D.tl.r, J. NY. GrIYFIN, attended by P.
M. M. Tnot'r, 11. P.; McN.tuntrr,
S.W.; P.C.P. D. I'. Kx.vep, JAY. ; I'.C.P. ltonT.
Scribe; I'- J. S. Gairri'm, Guide, and 1'
S. DE:4.IIIK, arrived iu our CYl3l' prever- :
Uislly quiet town, much to the seeming amaze•'
Meta of the more and staid eitiz.ms, whose
muffled " Nyhisperii4e " Min t's ?" could
be jieard, these furitod guests:
were wending their tvay to Odd Fellows' Hall,
the nicest and pleasantest hell ot.the Order i 4
this county, ‘vliero the ceremonies of instituting
Wyalusing Encampment, No. I.U. of 0.F.,
were conducted ina most imPressiva and be.
mannor.. 'rho folloWing, l's. were duly
elected and instalW :1. S. Tuostsox, C.P.; G.
It. .lein ;,G. \V. Eworr, S.W. ; 1.. M.
litwrtr, J.W. ; 11. CAMP, Scribe, and 11. Ets.t , i
'orT, Trea.siirer. In the evening the Encamp
went again met, whew" a change ea:wieder the
spirit of uur dreams." Our 11CW ly-rnade officers,
instead of being listeners and. Observers, were
required to take their places, and oufbiliciating
vildtors 'became the lookers on. - gow.and then
a 2,111 , pre:481:11 smile reminded us of our . green-
title verformiug the initiator). ceremony . '
oil a waiting candidate, after whigli gcneral in
structions, speech making and' reciprocal con- .
gra tulations closed the session. The next Morn
ing lo•tt parted with our, guests, after a hearty
. and a warm handshaking.- The
good icapresSions cur visitors left behind will
long be remembered, though we merit not their
iremembtrance. We hope they may nut seen
forge t us.
Camptown, Mir. 4,1871.
`,.102" 3in. REPORTER: Will you please
pnlAisli this my humble conunnnication? lam
not fonlof puffs by newspaper or otherwise. I
kept a close mouth and a silent pen-in re
gaid to late.church recognithin in Tusca
rora by the Baptists. Being pastor. of .the now
organization, and inasmuch as I know the Acts
coneeniiiii the matter, I srsl to call the atten
tion of th 4 public fo - those facte:4-ctlleholdlraw
great a matter a 4ttle - fire, ; kindlet - Janies
S:15). Small pox is bad, and proses fatal in
Many cases . ; but an unruly tongue , ancFmla
chicrons pen are much worm among 'christian
people, and I don't want to sow theieodei-of ei
ther, nor havo them continued. I will only
speak once. Thelacts were published in full
in the Bninyone RiropEn of Febijciary 2d nit.,
and if Rev. O. of-Canton; were a care
fat reader of his county.Bepublican paper, he
would not hare called down the anathemas of
Bin. kalif Mu noz= co the Baptiste who
'me trying to' AU their wisdom as they under
stand the gospel tinter of the Mance! the Lord.
'Fhe 'Sratbsial Saiitiotecit` the 26th of SaimarY.
Initilished a conibn statement of the doings of
council estled to eumine brethrenntsl sisters
as to faith and doetrlne. and Made one Owes
WWI; but corrected it in the- next -issue o
IP ebru4 l 7' 4d, Cirk page bat, by Iter. D. D. GUY
"The statement in our last paper that the
Freewill,Baptiat chureh_in:Tuseerore was re
-cogtdzeis regular Baptist chunk is erro
-1100113. • council maenad to the matins
house of e Freewill Baptist chatek - and re'
Wea a church a band of brethren who
been dismissed for that: mimeo from the
Brahitrini and other regular Baptist churches."
But still the fire 'burned. 'The Montrose Rr
pegican copied from the I l iratkmaL Baptist of
Josary 26th, and some anw—l know not the
authorsoon 'corrected the mistake in' that
source. And again in the National 13aptiot of
the 16th of March, on page 4, the following
statement is made :
"A statement published in our issued lan.
26th hag caused a somewhat remarkable stir in
the conimunltyinterested. We gummed that
the Freewill Baptist church inTmicarora,Brad
ford county, Pa., was recognized as a regular
Baptist on the 11th inst., after a satisfactory
examination of their doctrines and standing, by
a council. Being informed that- the statement
was erroneous, a correction was published
-our new t issue. But dim that time we have
been in receipt of nurneroris communications
-and printed slips, some of which were [rather
heated.; and in a local journal we notickthat a
controversy is in progress on some aide issue
from the original cause or uneasiness. We con
fess to a little natural surprise at 'these devel.
opmects, viewed in connection with the follow
ing TrOmpt correction above referred to."
Then follows the correction &mita D. Gnsr,
Inasmuch as the Tuscarora communication
of your last issue said it would explain itself, I
have called attention to the proof notices by
way of further czplanatioo. 2 ,
Will the Mcnatrose Itelmbtican p4aseoopy the
above, as it has involved itself in this matter.-
Tours hotly, F t . Busurovons.
Camptown, April 3,1571.
FLOWERS . LED GAIIDENIXO.—nowers
are the silent r oioes of;nature,. which 44401
well as amuse those who listen to them ff!
attention anal proper appreciation of *elicit";
eion. T4ey'dwell in the woodland glade, spa
0 e the dew* meaaow, adorn the woodland with
perennial beauty, and smile in strew:filet and
river, all silent yet eloquent teachers of the
eternal world, miniature , eptlOnui of pronipo
tent perfection: • And their mission it not 11-
traAs without fruit.. ,
Tht story of Feedsll is known to all. How
that tiny, fragile plant struggled into existence •
in the block prison-yard of Fenestrells; bring 7,
ingli2m to the heart of the despatribg.prison
er, melting into tenderness the proud, ipy. soul
'of defeated ambition and dispelling the clottds
of infidelity aniicynicism v is chronicled among
the legends of these 6 c / wildlings of nature."
Flowers are emblems 4.if trusting and confiding
love. Cherish,themr64l they greet yon ever
with a smile of welcome ; crush them and- they
reproach 3on with/a sweeter fragrance.. They
gladden the pare , spirit'and speak of ptuity and
hope.t.o the sorrowing and sin-stricken sord.
They 'are thoroughly democratic in their (aims,
and know no distinction betireen peer and pea
sant. The careworn city merchants bless the
itars of earth If:earning in God'i 'garden, and
the dust -coveted, weafif mechanic fuels in the
green hills now life at theinsmiles.
Each graggy stem and tiny petal has wilt° his
tory of 4i own, and wo.can find a ; World of in
terost alike in the drooping bud and stately
tree. Flowers are of material as well as tes
thetic value. The humble lichen was sought
- after for the famous purple dye of Tyro and Si
don, and the history of England is full of • in.
stances where flowers were symbols of great
heroes and great events. The poets have wo
ven garlands of all - kinds of flowers, binding
th& tiny stems with the golden thread of verse,
and breathing the. &Firms . afflatus on 'their ovv i d
fragrance. The old prozhets took flower as
the natural emblem of 'Kt and iminortayty p
the soul. They are dear to 'every heart, for
"Who loves flo'
'" These fairy people of the leaf. woods,
Children of storm and sun, klimbers of
The mountain side, or loitering on the-bank
Of the young rivulet?"
The time is now at handier indulging ono's
tastes in flowers, fOr girjug them that attention
in the garden they now require, !aid those who
possess facilities for"ctiltxrating thorn need not
'be reminded of the season. WO are on the
"The sweet Spring da j ya,
With whitening hedges and nncrumpling fern ,
And blue-bells trembling by the forest ways,
Aud scent of hay new-mown.".
Every one in our village, who rejoiies in a
few square fabt of unoccupied ground, should
now be busy with giving it floral life ana beati
tifying it with green Bed ; .and with a tow briiht
sod warm dayii t e hndding; blossoming and
leafing will be complete:
Whenopening_roses ,, breathing sweets diffuse,
And soft carnations shower their balmy dews;
When lilies smile in virgin robes of white
The thin undress of superficial light; .
And varied tulips elbow so dazzling gay,
Blushing in bright diversities of day."
se-Best " - Black Alpaca " in the
market, for sale by TATLOU £ CO. .
FOR R-r.—A convenient dwelling
house. Enquire of Maur Blti. •
MN. H.S;K.G. for salo by TAILOR
. E;s-ANs & Hrr.DnErn i are this
week opening Nem Sprio'g Goods, which they
offer at popular prices. Bridge street.
. e No. 1. Look At TAIL OB I S 4k.
prEl. J a panese Silks,.
French Poplins; also full lino of Plaid press
Goods, at EvaNs A.llll.nnrruts, Bridge Arcot.
Bargains at Txmon & Co.'s
LOok at coliamn " 1."
'ter Ladies 'will find now Embroi
dories and 'new Trintmingx, in great variety, a
EVASIrA: lin..nnE-rn's, Bridge street. \
S. Look. at TAYLOII & Co. ' s CO
tinm this wetk.
iter,' l EVANS & rill.DltETll•nro offering
6•ent pnvaitui in Tat,le Linens, N:Timis, Tow
cis, Towciling, ,te..• Bridge stroet;
Glorb Fitting Corsets, at TAY
Loa Co.'s. -
PATTEESPN & still con
tinne td, sell the best groceries at the theapes
. ser Madam FOY'S Supporting Obr,
tze . t.s, at TArt.tni 4t, Co.'4'
taw Irs: CLAns's School will
tJpen for iho Spring Term, April 17;
ear "Hoisr is this for, high?" Hats
for men and lipys, at TAYLOR tt
=1 a Painter to labor, and taloa
in desirable building lots in this borough.
Towanda, April 10-It. GEo. P. Cant.
ar ten and Boys' 11Vits—great
`iiierety nC\Tett.os & Co.'s.
ie. Fine assortment of Piques,
perealis, Light Prints, &e., at Lsra..ne' & Hitt
narnes, Bridge street.. .
Hs s sin CiPS.—tl9 best • assort
ment ever offered in Towanda, at Tamon -
Co.'e, • • -
Hop.se and libt for sale cheap
on Poglar street, opposite G. P. CAM'S. Terms
to suit purchaser. Enquire at the Red, .While
and Blue Stoke, Bridge street, Towanda.
. • W. BRAIN U.E.
may. Spring and Summer Millinery
Goode st 3tre J. D. Bus's, first door cut of
REANDIALL fr. RIDGEWAY% on, Bridge street.
_The largest and most attractive stock
nets ankßats ever offered in this market, at,
'great seductions in prices'.
.s Icabe atAmerican
E° l * Ifuoitr. Atia SS, jai at Bath !
b un Unnen, Elates.. n Batort A 44 !il.!
tirl,Xbe ociettnifed Early likluiVA
Po,tatib. Reel& i# n.'sfetfitErzie sort ester:
Ihfcc _ 81,60 per bitahel 40 eat& per peck.
Packed ima chipped adtketii °dn. chair,.
INS. E. K. SrmuezvAisrF. will zoptin
to take photograph's' at the Taeltayiville ' Moto
graph Gallery until the latof say. After \that
tlihe he will only be therefeoin the ;3d ( the
30th of each ranatb. - • -
BoAnnos.—A few boarders can se
taro &skins room with Wad. by : app sng
at N 0.12 Second street. ,E.Posr.
Also s Ain/ ono-horse" CoTe'red Cirrla ge (rub
her top) his ads al a hargini. F. E., Poor. •
Poi deiirable Souse and
Lot, situated on corpe.r 4g.Locust Avenue and
Center street. Possession given teowediately.
Enquire of Mrs. ExuL. Woonaurr on the
Frem6es, or Rom 7, Thotosos, at' the office of
W. A. tir, B. M.'Pr.ck. Mar. 210871.
NIL" Mrs. E. C. Acxximet, having;
decided to leave Towanda, Rill sell her large
and splendid stock of Ladies' Famishing Goods
at cost from this date.
D@-A grand Sabbath-school Sing
irig Convention will be heitinthe Fresbyterian
Church, Towanda, poeinsanciug Tuesday, April
18, at'l p.m., under the direction of Prof. Ar
snr, of New York. A term -of twentY lessons
will be given. For particulars see circulars.
' BlgsamT.—Miss F. E. WAsutanist
haring jot retained from New York with .a
splendid stock of Milliner/ and Fancy Goods,
would Invite the attention of the Isdies, at her
now Show-room, north first flocibf the Tem
perance Rotel, Rome, Ps. ..r. 12-2 w.
iiiirlESS KINGS LEY hathh o clioiOst
selection of Millinery (}owls to Towanda, and
- sells them the cheapest. Her display of trim
mings, flowers, ribbons, ete., bi- ex epabsite, and
those who desire a beautiful and seasonable
hat beautifully and, seasonably trimmed need
seek no / farther. LUfies, please call and sec
Stir An examination: of Teachers
will be held in the Public School-bonus, in To
wanda, on Saturday, A ‘ pril 15 ; in Troy, en Tuez
day, April 18, and inLeltaystillo on Saturday,
April 22. Applicants will plesse,provide them
selves with reader, pen, ink and - Paper. -Exer
cises to commence promptly at 1) o'clock, a.m.
Apr. 12-2 w. A. A. Kwzr, Co. Supt.
-xtES—B. A. l'Erir.s is now in Neer
York purchasing a full assortment of goads for
B. A. Purrri A• Co., and Emr.."llsftsc.kr..is with
him to assist In selecting 111Blinery.dand . Fancy .
Goodt. Therefore, all that are interested , caa
call nest week and seo the• best And cheapest
Millinery Gssztli ever brong,l4 to Towanda.
Their °pada; day will be announced in duo
M.. As the season for gardenia; is
upon ns, our resdcis will, we know,:thank ins
for intimating / 011cm where they- may foul a
good assortment of fresh garden seeds. We
notice thatMcCanirt. EI.NkaZA! hare a full as:
sortmeneof seeds frcial, the celebrated estab
lishment of 11011. BEIST, Philadelphia. We
have no liesi4aney in recommending these seeds
'a l tar sttperir to any others in the market, and
MeC. A: E.'s is one of the best grocery hmses
in the country.
• Z 31.iss Giarns• IS again, estab
liAbed at her old place of tinniness on Fine street,
where she Till bo happy to furnish . the 111444
with their Spring and Snmmer Millinery -Goods.
Please call and examine the Hats, 11.mnets,
Flowers, Laos and Rib:ions, 4 . 11 of them hand
some enongh and cheap enongh to please the
molt fastidious. - April 10, IS7I.
IS— The old readers of the REPOIC-
Tzx aro all pretty well acquainted with Cicoss,
the bookseller, but as we arc constantly adding
news names to our list we deem it duo to them
to aten call attention to Mr. C,'s Book Stere as
Coe of the institutions of Towanda ; and we wish
.listinetly understood that re arc satiafled
that he keeps the best assortment of books and
- stationery, blank books and wa4 papery to tx
found outside-of the large cities. U
OLCOMII—AI.T.I"I.—In Lonny, Mare
1871, at the residence of the bride's father,
by Elder Alexander, Greenlas% Cassius Hol
comb to Miss Belle Allen.
• D D. '
LAMEST.—In G4nrille, oft MorAay, April 3,
1871,, Martha, datthter, Charleg
iged 19 years. • • , ,
She made a profession of, the christian reli
gion, February 12,1966, and became a member ;
of the church at Granville Centre, and has main
"tained her profession. with a • well-ordered life.
Bbe was also an actiCe memberf the Good
Templars, and a teacher in the Sun ay-school;
Her loss will be deeply felt by the community
at large. A funeral discourse was delial 14
Elder ALEXANDER a =EXXON!' to a large assem
bly otfriends: • COIL
Se' HAIIIIIS, Merchant Tiii
or, Bridge street.
to "Top Buggy for 'sale by : ,
Mar, 29, 1871. W. A. IlociorEu.
/11F;- Rhode Island Lirne,lKept con=
stantly on hand for Whitewashing, at
Mar. 2,9, 141. ' •W. A.MocKwr,t.i:ti.
FISH A full assortment, FISH
Feb. A 1371.
ts...3faple Lumber and Dogwood
wanted. Apply to HAwrs Bnotnnns,
Jan. 4, 1871. Uneenwtxrd.
SW- A full assortment of Dried arid
Canned Fruits, at , • • LONG'S.
Feb. 22, 1871-2 m.
iter . Go to the 'Bakery, first dobr
north of Ward Donee, for fresh Crackers.
Oct. 27, 1870. D. W. ticorr & Co.
kir Dried Beef, Pickled .Tongttes
and Smoked Halibut, st . • •LoNo's.
Feb. 22, 1971.
-VS- Select School, Mermr's Block,
Park strret. Towanda. The second •icrin of
Mrs. R. J. Ca chart ' s School wilt •commenco
April ID, 1871. Apr; 5-3 w.
,e' Field Peas; also some clroleo
varieties Garden Peas, at
16.. Do not forget that Teti pi sold
at Rakes for 50 cents. Jan. 18; 1871.
HOUSE ALI) LOT FOB SALE CIIE&P.—
Sitiaated on Bridge street, Towanda, Pi. 't,ior
further particulars enquire of S. T. Decker, ai
the Cabinet Shop of Janes Mathison, Towanda.
The T. C. Light() & Co. and
C. Meyer Pianos are the favo'rite instrnmentL
Hrs.-Peet, Milt Howes and' Nuts Iff. Woodruff
.have had these instruments constantly in use
for from five to fifteen years: For sale at Dit
trich's Mask Store, Towanda. -
Apr. 12, 1871..
Ifir Persons desirons of imrehas- ,
hag either 5-Piano. Organ, orldslodeon, will do
well to call on A. B. Culver, at igyalosing, Pa.,
u he Is now selling at greatly reduced p 'era.
Mr. C. is also agent for the celebraWd Elias
Hoye Sewing Machine. btar.llo-3m.
PIANOS, ORGANS AND MELODEONS.-
R 6 are selling first-chisi Pianos, Organs sod
Melodeons at reduced pikes and on easy terms.
Persons who are in want of a good iustrunierit,
will - find it gteatly to their advantage to give ns
a call before purchasing elsewhere.-
, Cots, PASAWE & Co.. •
Jan. 18, 1871. Towanda, Pa.
oak: The Cascade Mills have dis
covered that tho first-essential to good flour is
tur3xl -wheat ; and avcordingly have secured a
supply of really choice, plump'srinter re
tie les, all of native growth and geed as the
United States produces. Consumers need. not
look for a falling off in the quality of this brand,
but for better and better all the time:
- - - •
The Little •
_Cll. : , Around
the Owner "=- 7 a beautifil = ho . Mee
Nibs= laallop, are the , two latch p = • out.
= vale as fettrich's Ulnae Store.
Mar. 22, 11371-4 f. -
....;Frkt KILL --IhAbing -lo change
Maims; we offer for sale our Livery Btoeic,
consisting otaright borax, buggies, cutters,
hawk, and ereryttdng necessary to a first
,class livery. If dewed we will also rent our
atablesefor a term of years. Atso ono largo
'tit() of woriapr, Ozen,7 years old, ":Terms easy.
Hots= S Rumor.
I hare alio throe goodolaraut and ono Loam
and lot for Nilo on cosy tcrlns. Possession gig
on f inunediately. . . Jolts liotAtka.
Muth 22 1 4871. ''- t -- "
' -. "
II M. Ft s, of B oston; and
dip. salmi:Mita, of. TOwanda, Nis4ild =AMC°
to the Wieser Towanda that they will oatt on
a t nic
Er mazy 41871; on BEidge oral, over ~ y ro
k. les Hazdwaro Store, s first - class 'heal
' Estobblishmer*, where will bo found" all
the latest Paris, New York and Boston fasldrin's.
COttink and !Wing done at short notice. .: Also
particular attention Paid to children's &eas
'tar For insurance uguiitst loss or
*nage byilie, in reliable companies, apply to
• Joux W. Mtk, Agent, • •
Office Ilercuea Block, nort h aide of Public
&Fare. • • Dec. 1, 1870.
ter A. F. BA.tarirrx, (successor, to
Baldwin,). dealer in Ilardsiare,
w Stoves, Nails. Iron. Rope, Belting, Paints,
Pntty; Sash, Glass, Doors,„and everything
usually ken! in a Hardwaro store. Goods sold
at wholesale and retail very low:. co&.
! MD- I have just' received a - largo,
attic of Tca , bought since tho reduction in.the
4 yon ton of ten cents per pound, and offer
them at the low prices azincled :
f O e
st Yonng tlyson, 11,25; Good Young Th.-
s , min; Oolong. 70 to 90 cents : Hyson Fine,
7 cents; FTyson Gook 63 cents ; Best Japan;
$ . Call and examrno,
Jan. 18, 1871.
z' Mrs. H. C. Salsbury desires to
e notice that she continues the business non
ducted by her late husband at the Flouring
Mills near Monroetou. •
Mae. 22, 1871-4 w. •
, VALriatzllnt, PnePEirrr FOR SALE.
-The well known Mill property belonging to
the estate of .7. S. Salsbury, deetasell, is now
offered for safe. Tim preperiy consists of -ono
large flouring mill, plaster mill, saw mill, four
dwelling.houlies, twenty-five acres of •litud,. and
an irrraluable waterpower, •
'Enquire of Mrs. H. C. Salsbnry, administra
iris, cev - the premises, or of A. G..,Praumor, at
If-the above pro . pertrls not sokl wit/lin t s rea
soneble time, it will be rtntcd. -
Mar, 22, 1871-Iw.
its-Humphrey Brotheru- call - es
pccial attention this week to their Spring Goods
for Ladies, dlisses and Children. ma their de-,
gant line of Men's and Boys ralf band-sewe , 4
GAB.srs of Burt's manufacture of whit.% We l
are vtile agents in-Towanda. In every depart-,
merit thr,stockjs coimplete. And flie prices be
very Wrest Tor good goods. t.:%'"elt - !layers Bill
do well to evamino. this assortment of r.,. t ots
And Shoes before making their • spring*:pnr
ebas,2s. • Mar.,22, IS7I.
• CRYSTILINE DE. FRANEE...—This 110 W
and dolLglttful perfnme Will bald its strength
longer.than 'tiny _other mem= ever branght
before the public. Made from the 'beautiful
-Frrieb. Crystals. In order to introduce this
beautiful perfume the proprietor has .put the
prico down to the low sum of '25 ccuti.i. Don't
tail tergiye it a trial. Sold in this place by the
following basilaeSS firm;: Patterson & Kirmcy,
Groceries & Provisions ; John Illeridefli, Dry
Goods and Groceries; W. A. Rockwell, General
Merchandise ; F. J. Calkins, Rook Store.
Mar. 2J, 1371.
1.826. 31ONTANT'ES IS7O.
Have just opined a large and carefully sr feet
ed stock of goods fir the fall trade. f l:tress
Sloodts, Shectings, Flanitels„ Teaa,
Sugars, Syrups, and . Cirocerica of all kinds at
New York pnces. Crot kr. , ry and Glassware 01
our . own tmportntion. in fact" too eNtt nsive a
s to c k t o ik rols o, fought I xcht•tively .for ca‘th..
and gnarantee4l kt bo s ht at loirer prices than
ever offered in tl.i.ct ntarL t.
Cr,u)z) Nrws.—Teas lower;
Sugars way down;
T,.lace9 never so cheap sinec the tsar.
asttevittiatt ut Orneeri• t... ern
tug clit.ay.•r than eve r , at the d, Nviut, and
jaw. store. Go and r. ,
llntNtit 1:11) , :!:WAY
Mtrelt 1, IS7I.
,1*)... Those having book 31;.-!cottnts
with us are regtil , ste.l ,settl,
I.t and ns !wt.
cAgh PaTinwlt nr not.,
No...tnist'lke will be r0C1`.41,i; . 1. 1
nnuntS, if not fettled sa T9 , 1;t:91 , ... 1 ;
WO will than have our ti'Lioks ported illl , l
Interest has teen rllar;:t.tl tt..•.ot , it
those who failed settle last ,1.4.;0:Ne,y. rte.! it
willbe'etkarge.l oil accounts , 0f:V.1:9 410
.not settle front theist to thi 15th of ;April.
Camptown,.3l4reli 2, 1N:1-1.v.
ANNA 11. DICKINSON,
pLASTER. - PLASTER.
.P L A. S.T E. R.
,A full supply of Fresh Gromd Clragt Plaster
from ranger. Fitch A: CO:'s boas at the robAcribere
mill. at month of Ituromerflel , l Creek,. nicely MT
paml,and warrantcd a m.7e.artklo.
apLll"ll.lm*, • - 3.11f1N VrPY.
CAITLON.,--411 persona are 'can
toried arsainit TA - imbuing An order drawn on
thn Triirtircr.of the Board of School Directors of
Albany township, Bradford county, and dated soh
eequent to March 3. W.I. in favor of 11. H. Sabin.
for two hundred dollars (s2 , lo)sin the raid Dirrebire
will not pay the same unleafteornpelled by law. Ity
order of the Doan] of Directors.
LENT Ull\ AlTdt,;4.
Albany. 10;71. sident.
°WANDA NURSERY. ' '
-\ I .
Arum N ORNAMENTAL Tra.:E;i, -
silarns. VLSES. Sc.
I am sere able to supply, at the Nursery er de
livered at railroad station. first...class Trees of
the following varieties: Apple. Pear, Plum. Peach.
Cherry. Appcolt, N.rway .Spruce, -Balsam Arlier
Vitae. kc. t': ,pe Vines of all the leading Narieties.•
Strawberry Pia Is by the dozen. hundrf.d. or thous
and, all at whole ale prices. It. M. WF.LLF.S.
IL ap1.12'71 \ Towanda. Pa.
THE ITIIAA WHEEL. RAKE,
Plaster and Grait\Droadcat Bower combined.
For raking hay or grain - stubble. sowing plastsr.
grain, Ice. A. splendid a u. Farmers once Ace
the Plaster Sowew Ow
ork th ' will be no more -
lug plastei by hand. Ell tri.lti by . -
It. 311 WELIX.4.
apL 1271 • I .
NE"' STEAM 'FLOURING MILL
.. . ,
I IN SIIE.:SIIEQUIN, PAX.
The subscriber desires to . gbre no'tiee . tat\ilis 1104-
•. - ,
STEAM FIAtvitING. 3111 I 1
. . . '
• , . ._
Ii new'histiccessful operation, and that he Is pr..-
pared to do all work in his line on short not:cc. - •
•\. . •
CUSTOM GRINDING DONE ON THE SINE D. 1 %.
TIiNT IT IS RECEIVED. f '•
.. r . .
Wheat, BuCkwheat and Bye Mar, CCIIIII 11,11.
Feed. Bran. to., always ou hand and for s.ile at
lowest rates. .
. , •
PARTICITULE NOTlCE,—Fersona living° on the
west aide of the river desiring tb patronize my mill.
.willlaaso their ferjyage paid both ways, wliuu cley
bring , plate or tern IstishPle and upwards.
elli'7l F. S. AVERS.
Fox A: 311:'#cun's.
qq ikjZSBITRG MILtS.
WHEAT, RYE AND BUCKWHEAT
• I_, 0 TT
i• - - CORN MEAL .\ND
cuustanoy to hand and fur alto Asap fur C. 1311.
crisnisz toux wAr.r.A.NTE.D.
.1.130 on hand a large quanta:o4 Or.OUND CAltiGg.
. from Ohl ToV.r Dean.
Wheat, nye, Cum and Oats taken In exoliange for
tliar.B"ll ' E. n. TAMIL
DASCoarTION,--The • copartner
- ship.heictorore betseen the under
signed under' the Arm of Bennett k ftmlth, is this
day • disseired by mutual consent. Ail unsettled
accounts of the late firm will be. settled by 0. S.
Smith. who will continue the business. '
W. R. lIMSETT.
O. 9. 13MITII.
VO CARPENTERS :AND. CON-
Li'MUCTOltg.—Pioposale , fur building aaMild
Follows Hall at burls) , will bo received until the
20th instant For pl* and apociamtlana addreas
or call on CHAS. nurciussoN. IlarenT.
01.4-w2 ' Cbairmin Conanittae.
VERY CHOICE GREEN AND
7 t 3lack Tel &Zen cheap at rebil,bY
FOX 4 =CM
' .• •
.I.'s CO CO
NEW D S
Jap ' asieso
lUudßoule Drt ss, Gwt,lA‘
Cheap Doss Gooft •
PLO. L. KEEIXIL
hito G oo *
llibbpns ivad •Trimmings,
Cluth4 and Cra.ssiniere,
Ylutket, Notio ns .
Hats and Caps,
'Ladies and ChilJren's Shoes,
Cgroceri,..l rz-ry low ;
-" Now,. lablreanniats..
-4 .1. 4 1, •
at.T4lor it Co.'s.
at Taylor Ca.'a:
at Taylor & COAI
at Taylora Co.'s
at Taylor &, Cp.'s.
ut Tagor d. Cch'e.
at Taylor &,.Co'aL
allaylor A; Co.'s.
at Taylor & Co.'s.
at Taylor lc, Co: a.
tOnades 2Ltid Check ,
i 1 Taylor 4• CM.'F.
t Taylor & Co.'s.
at Taylor. S. Co.'s
ut Taylor & Co.'s
at Taylor & Co.'s
Carpets raill..oil Cjuths,
S.hecting znil Shirtinv,
at Taylor & Co.'s
Prints' Gingham /4;
' • v
- ht Taylor kCe.'s,
ALL liLNDS OF
Toi.ranita. April 12. 2n1.1
Iti T 11r 0 ILT, D
IS A TUE
BOOT AND lIOE STORE,
tio. 3 GRIFFITIIS t , I'ATTON'S BLOCK,
- BRIDGE STREET, TOW.3.IPA
ALL NEW AND 1111 ST 'CL ASS,
DIRECT FROM THE MANUFAC
Willed will =able us to sell i,
2? PEE CENT.'CHEAPER
111 IN ANT OTIIIM nousr. IN TOWANDA
• our block rolrpr;o2B a full hue of
lly-honorable and fair dealing we expect to Wend
ef all aharo of public patronage.
Please give na a cal before purchasing elsowherel
for we feel confident that *our goods and prices will
fan. imams D ist V=l2l, PresidentJudos'
to the 12th Judicial coesiefing of the cos&
Me of Bradford and Sante:Manna, and Dona.
LOM Panama and J,W. - ITAtirraze. 'Associate Judges..
in and for eild - Ootmty of Bradfced. have tamed their
precept bearimr date,
day of Witch. and to: me directed for - bg Coart - eri)yer 'end
Terminer, General Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
- -ectiolaul Mega, and errpban's Court at -Towanda,
tot 1;11b county of Bradford, on Monday, May 1,.
- 1871, to 'continue two-reeks. .
lfcg.loe Is therefore hereby given to the Cconient,
and ,instices of the Pesos, of the eotinty.at Bradford,
thstabey be then and there, in their viatica person,
at 70 'clock in the forenoon of wed day, with re,
oordiOnquialtknis and- other rentenshranees, 'to do
thowsthings which to Allots office appertains -40 - pa
dopp; and [host , who are bound by ce or
ortkervise to proaccute' agaligift - the 41 , Itd
at! or ntay be la the jail of said county . , or irho stun
bo botuad to appear at the said courtitro to be Ill=
and Sher* to prosecute against them as shall be lost.
Jurtall are requested to be punctual la their MUD
t= :Agreeably to their notke.
at Towanda, that i l l M. of AP 11. 2dr a the
74iolotir tort ane eight hit and
sweat -one and of thei Indepeadgnce of the
Vbitod Status, tho ninety-fourth.
- . J. P. vtx pr. -Pm; Slieriff.
Cll ' 4.1-
T - IST 01 0 THE NA.3rPS OF PER
sena drawn for Juxoni. in a Court to be held
at Towanda, cconolenclnir on this lat Monday of
31 ,1 / 11171:
• *thin* tvl4. IlanaervElabree; Darlington twp.;
thirtoe K. Guatin; Robert D. Kendall; Weet Bur.
Rockwell; Outten r,wp., Frank
Oweno ; Daniel Cokely; Granville, T.
Shoemart Frank Banyan, B. S. Larned; Leßoi.
Andrew Weld, Jr. , ; Litchfield, A. P. Wolcott; Pike,
*: Davis; RidgeburY, Calvin P. liall;,Rolue
Borough; L. A. Ridgeway; Sheabegnin.
'Brace. (barge Chafes; Sylvania: Charles 'Waldo;
notithAruek... - -Oeurge.. 0. Tusk:- Smithfield. taws
Cahill; Towanda lloretutb, Gen. McCabe. C. IL Ilan:
rUle; North Towanda; Simeon AliewaYrTrey Bore',
James Adams; Wraltuillig: Orlando Frntier.
Alba; William Beytioldas Albany. P.
Athens twp.. Isaac Gillett. Thomas Anima ; Barclay.
-John Ditchburn, EdwardWheitley; Burlington twp.
Jeremiah Travia; Columbia, Stephen Canton
twp.; W. St. Foster; Chat. -W. Taylor. Elk,
Jab. Blake. Geo. .W. White; EiCrrfek. Asher Bolls,
'Win. Boater. Ethel Puller; Lellsywrille, 'Llewellyn
Black; Monroe twp., - Harvey Cummings; Orwell,
'Strand Bullies; Pik, Win. R. Riley, Patrick J.
McCauley; Boma twp., E. C. Dr ake ,- O. L. Ituasell;
Itrimo Borough; Ifugh , hicks ; • Bldgebttry. 0. M.
Owens; Standing. Stone: John Eulford; Ebesbecirda.
L. P. Norton; South Crock, Ezra Ilarkriesc Smith
- Reid. Eugene Kingsley, Franklin Tracey; Towanda
Borough, Luther Scott, Wria. B. Dodge, Isadore
Solomon. A. L. McKean, Junes Wilber; North To
wanda. Samuel Ilawkijui; Troy WTI:. Burton Porn,
Wm- O. 'Loveland. Page Morgan; Tuscarora
Mtn. Siinniway ; Wysoxf Wyslusing,
Edward Welles; Windham. Mier White: - Harvey
Turner; trelles.tenjaculn F. Warner, Itenben Borry,
Stineen Shepard; Warren;) Loren Wolcott. IL B.
Atitsna tap:. - GeorOe Thirchard; Albany. I. L
Hower.; Asylum. R. E. Gilbert; Alba, D. J. Manley;
Darelay, David 0. Heron, James Commiskey; Cu.A•
.ton Datong:S..l;l'm. NV: Wright; Canton,twp., Jaonto
Grantcer. Shadriel Prank in. J. E. Spald
ing:Granville; M. Montgomery; Herrick, William
Italia; Orwell. S. L.Etrubbwcluctratenewy Gri
Jamca U. Smith; Ilidgebriry.- D. F. boty. orris
Crimmins; James Mitchell; Standing Stone, Hibbard
Schoonover; Shed/eviles t L. J.. Colren
George Corey; Towaniti - Loreingh. J. H. Flinney;
Wrn. G. Alger: Troy 13broz00,,Thomii:t Maiweli;
Trortwp.„`Jokn.linut; Terry; .E. 8. Thompeon, My.
ran Halwoek.. Albert 0, Miler; Tnecaront. J4n
Itlaekt Wilmot. Allen Winslow. William Crakey,
Thomas Voss; Windham: Hunts Lyks, M. B. WALL:
Werra. James Thibtx , ts. Carrington Arnold: W.Yfr
lasing, Andrew Fee, Tara -Allen; Wysor. Stephen
iAbeliA) Y 4liCE.ll that tliero have b.ec 111 , id and
!,Fttb-1 nf.Tbe Ben - leer of Wills. in and
tho mnntp.of Bradford, ae:ounts of atlzulni stra
tlon 1141011 the following eFtates.• viz: • .
Pinal ar•••'t of :rnwhis I.eieiF. anarlian . oY Clara
minor chid of Edwin Lewis, deed.
tinal act of Jit , f.u.. - Lewis. iiardia.n of of Jar.o
Lt Trffnor etad of rdwiti bowls. (tec',l.
Final .tee't .4 I A Pierce. guardian of
minor e 1,11,1 of
Final . r..o of Ednlnna Kelly, executor of C. IL
Lar d ee'd. •
11:1:41 of P. , rea. C. Mor.tg ,-- unery, now Stn
then. nuilpyniel 3ler:t," - fth- r •ry, executors of Henry
Final ar.l't of G. A. I)1.1i - inson, ;acliu'r of E.
Dic:110011, ' -
Final of J, ,t;te.necrc,.a.:"..ir o Daniel Wait
ae:•1 of Mary C. late Wong, gunrillan
of Arthur E. Wt.r..F. and lirir of Loris
Final a. - e't of Thomas V. Drown. er:etutor pt
ina~earl of P. D. 1!;:wrrow. a.itt'r, with will an- .
treed. of 0.1:. Coburn. deed. • •
Partial •of V. S. L.-.4.1,1A guardian of Ida
'no appratvotetit of ..roportyWn....ff by the c,-e
-eljt2r or ad miZ!Ftrator to or chilarrn of the
follow‘mg deecticutoi: • '
I.:4tate of 'David
•. 1 •e. .lames S. Shaw:, • • •
. ' •
• Goorgo W. W.. 115. ••
" G. 1.4wr....r. •
Ana roo .atzt , • Rill tie I'ri..nrit , tl to -thn Ot
Coilrt (4131-2.lfortl county, Thursday. nay 4. - 1 e 41,
is•...tornptiou ata nuor,-Anc•••• . •
VN T.4.TS H. ROE.
17UVREAZ JCIVIG rtrarr INTIZIL 4
:CAVES/SE' 31;11Y, EECOND WSLII.
T., CENSE.S.-NOTICE IS -HERE
-• by rlven that elle applicathins 'for
Ecensta :or tarernF., eating hou,vs -merchant
tlealort. hat, (welt fled in this toffi; and that tLr
hail:o At in le presented t the Court of (!Harter
on Monday, May •1. 1871. for the. considera
ton of said Court:
F w Know!-''"
Jamb Finery . , . r Atir .. ns twp
rlim Da, ' Itlictns boro
ti., , ..-orife Jordan. . , • . .
Tri/Draws Dalian._ ' .
John- M Pik., .
I IT siii.tii ' ' 1 " •Alba
John II Morgan .......... . . -. .. ... :./.. ... Coln/ulna
.T.iiiies P strong.— • '
Trioolas A lialsble... Fraullin
Chas Rice ' Derrick
il D Holcomb _ .
Philo Mingos—... •• • ' ...Monica boro
l'ete.r Sherman • Overton
Chas Ilendy... Riagbirry
Joseph Carr—. o
A A Taylor ' tome boro
Jacob PF. 1- - ° Sheshennin
\V 13 Forreat ' - Smithilell
F.:liily ran Allen • ' Springfield
1' II Peck Sylmois boro
Nolsm Adidas._ Troy boro
lieuben Stiles... Troy twp
0 EL P Disbrow . Towanda boro
J C Wilson
T D. Jordsn
1.1 G. Oar—. .... ..
Marcos A Forrest
Chas "Toppi,. ~
II W Ennis - •
J 31 lirmyn.
Jose 1:4, , a`.1
W C r.:.:wesi.
3r A . Trall
0 F Young -
E 0 31efilelland......
1 Vni Henry
ohm Adams •
.t I) A:* S N Spalding
Men.zan .t. W01f.. , ..
Urw•an St Vorter...l
J C RobiLtuy s
c`raf:. , .... • •
C Smith.-- • •
G F Velto,.
(1031.110NWEALTR OF PENN
sTITANIA Dr.ApronD COCNTY,
the matter oPthe estate' of Leonard Plants, decd.
At an Orphans' Court held in and for said county,
at Towanda, 'February !JP. 1,"7L The petition of
George Plants'iia,s precetitoil sallig forth that Leon
Plants, late.ef.Litchfield township; in said coma
ty._deccaPcsl, on the 25th of -Janwary, 1547, by
tract in Writing bound himself to convey to Said
George Plants the following described lot of bind
situate imsaid township of Litchfield, and bounded
as follows, to wit: On the east by lands of Daniel
Maloy, on the south by lands of Wm. Cooper. ea - '
the west 'by Joseph Evens' lot amt lands of William
SaCket. on.the-north by-limits of Perkins, Ilarvis:
containing Sd acres and t 26 perches, more or less. ,
That in and by said contact sial.George Planta hSs •
to pay for acid land $2lOO, and - was also to pay all
the debts which said Leonard Plants owed 'at the
date of Bald contract.'amlwas also to support and
'maintain said Leonard Planta 'during his life, and 1
was also - to keepland maintain Margaret and Martha
Planta so long nathey should see fit to live with
sable:loom° Plants or should remain unmarried;
and also setting forth that said CHIC% Plants had in
all respects fulfilled his part of contract„ and °fret'.
ing to give such seettrity as said courtraightregnirts
iskeep'nnd maintain said Margaret and Martha
Plants as provided .for in said Contract: and that
said LConard Plants died iutestae seized of said land
without having made any einMeient provisions for
the peiformance of said contract: and - letters of
administration upon the estate' of Leonard Plants,
deceased, had been granted to the said Geo. Plaids
and 8.11. Carmeri and praying said court to make
a decree for-the spcifte performance of said contract
according to the true intent and - .meaning thereof,
tee. Whereupon the said court among other things
. _ _
lirected a citation to Mime to said S. B. Canner and
to the children' of said Leotard Plants, dcceastni,
and that the same do served on said.Carruer and on
Finch of said Children as reside in said Bradtord
conntyliersonally; and that said. citation bo prili.
flailed in one of the newspapers of said - county for
six. weeks nr to the first day of 'May Term. 1871;
and that a cops of said advertisement be sent by
mail to the dress of said children living out of
sail Commonwealth atleast four weeks before said
first day of. May Term, 1871 . : These are therefere
to notify and command yon'the said S. D. Cariner,
one of the administrators .of said ostate, and you,
Susan Coooper. (wife of Wm. Cooper) 'Margaret
Plants, 3larths Planta, Zuba Wong. (situ : of John
strong) John Plants, Jane Moore. (wiftof
Moore) RoseMa Scranton. (wife of OPorgeWranton)
Wm. L. Plants and David V. Planta. children -of
maid Leonard Platits, 'deceased, to be and appear
before said Orphans' Court. to be held in the
Borough of Tewandi. on MONDAY, MAY 1, 1871,
at ko'clock, p.m., there and then to answer the
petition aforesai d, , and to show . cause if any you
ham why add court should not docrea the spe-,
eifle performance of laid contract.
C. E., GLADDING,
TN. BANKRUPTCY.:---/n the mat-
J_ to of T. I. LACEY. Bankrupt.,
To 'Phlox rr Mat COSCERN The Aindaralgned
hereby gives notice of his appointment aa Assignee,
of T. I. LACEY, of the township of Wyaluaing
the county Of Bradford. and state of Pennsylvania
itkthin said Distriot„ who has been adjudge da bazar
rnytdon Ids petition of creditors by the Djstrict
Con of maid District. :
Wyaluaing April 10; 1371. •
412. , 4 Assignee.
rQ HERIFF'S SALE.---By . virtue of
! 1 / 4 ,31 a writ of Lvari FaCiaiissued 'ant of the Cond.
• Canonon Pleais of Bradford•county and to me di
luted, will ho esposol to public solo, at the Court
Bente In Towanda. Bore., TIfUhBDAY. APRIL
'27, 1871. id I, o'clock;p.xxx:,,the .fidlowing described
lot; Moen or parcel of land, situate ist Towanda'
Ifor,ongh, boundedas follows: Beginning at a cor
ner in the month line of -Lodbard street, thenCe by-
Lombard street inn% 87 degrees Ma 140 I o e B east $o
s 14 feet alley. basica by Old elle/ south, idc4rws .
'west op 4 feet to the southeast corner of a lot, po.11;
thence by the north line of said lot No. 10 norfli 87
degrees west 140 feet to Third A:trod, thence
Third great north 8 degrees east 2234 feet Mlle
phew of *ginning: cobtansing 'about .12P30 !squalls
; feet, with one stone and brick. building thereon tO
be used when finished ass Roman-Catholic Church.
Seized and taken Into execution at the snit ot"Ben
jaml4.Weetlake ye. Catholic Congregation of Towan
da, J. Y. VAN FLEET,. .
SHERIFF' t:F! VIEINVX:
of 'sundry writs issued out of_ this Courtof
Common Pleas of Bradford county and to mo di
'rested. will be exposed to public sale) at the Court
110 in the Borough of Twwanda. Bred! , ord coun
ty naytratile; on • =MDT. APRIL' 27th,
'lB7l, 1 o'cloek. p.m.. the following described lot,
phste or parcel of land admit) In Towanda township
boUnded as follows: On the north by lands of John
B. Smith and the Widow . Coon....east by Wm: Wat
kins, south by DI C 14D-rear and C' L Ward, west by
George Britton, Rosie Burrs and J P Durez;:con
talttlog Isd acres, more er less, about- GI/ acres Mit
proves], . with a large_ fraMed dwelling, two old
framed houses, ono framed barn and few fruit tress
• licized'and taken into cxecntion- 'at the suit of
Codding. rtussell.k Co's-no vs. Mithiel Meylert.
ALSO—The tolloaing desdibed lot, 'piece or par
cel of land situate in -Pau twp., bounded is fellows:
On the north 'V pnblic highway, east by lands of
Dr. 3tober•_ta. south by Sfortimer PratQwest by 'Gedl
Well-arid Mali:Wood: containing 04 acres, more or
less: About 40 acTes tettunred. -
Seized and taken ibto• execution -at the sulir:f
J S Marsh Zs. Richard Ashton. • ,
ALSO—The following described fot,.:piece, or par.
,cel:of land situate in Burlington twp, I unde d as
follows: On the north by iaere/-ef.L T Y5O. eng 2l.
creek, Pirilollcardedeer and : Jzo3tin Mar 7, east by
L T Hoye° and Jacob Morley. 'south by Frank
TiVrern and tbet 'estate of .J F Long. deed:wrat
hy land of J. - .I" Long. - deceased, Reuben
Morley, Benjamin Clark, 8 H 51111 , and the public
highway; contdning2l7 sires, ffiore or less, about
140 acres Improved, with a two stmt' brick dwelling
hone°, an old framed house, two framed barniswith
died attached, horse barn. work shaft, 'eider press
and tither out bUildinTs and,
~ two apple Orchard'
Seized and taken Into srxecutit at the attire/PM
W Wheelock's use vs Gee. C Hit ' '
ALSO—The following devarUstil lot, Wee or par
cel of land situate to North , Towanda tire, -bounded
as follows:Beginning on the west bank m`thelliOrth
Branch Canal at corner of Kerace'Oranger's land, ,
thence westerly by said Granger's land about 30
perchca to corner of James Fluerty'cland. thence
• southerly by the same and lands of Catlin and Owen
Brady about 150 rods to John Biles' Land, - .thence
. easterlibyisaid Biles' land 'gait 20 rods to said
canal. thence northerly byihc canal abaft VA perch
es othe place of beginning; containing 7 acres"
mere or.less, with a donexprarry thereon. -
Seized and taken. into execution- at the snit of
Dellis McMahon's use vs. John eautwelll. .
ALSO—The following described lot: piece or par
cel of land situatc.in . Pika tap, bounded as
at a corner of Dr. Warner and Mary Ste
vens in the circle of theWyalusing road; thence
north IP deg ree s west "13 8-10 . perches to 'a pbst,
thence ziortlllli degrees west 40 perches, thence
north 57j," degree,a west 18 perches. thence south 7C
degrees west 10 perches, thence south 50'.3 degrees
west 14 porches, thence eolith 403 deM'oes cast 55,
7-10 perches, thanee north 4834 degrelet cast 1 1-10
perches, thence south 9), dga. east 1 2-10 perches
thence north 803; . degrees cast. 1 33400 of
a perch, thence south 03; degrees cast 5 4-10 pe-clies
to the road: thencanorth 73 degrees - east 10 ' 1.10
perches to the bell:sluing; containing 8 acres and SO
perches, more or less. all improved. with • one
framed house. one framed barn, one framed corn
house, beg km, cooper shop - and few fruit trees
thereon. - .
Seized and taken into exerntion'at.theratt of Geo
C AtWood vs. J I Stevens. -
ALSO—The following describoct lot. piece or par
cel of land situate in ,IVvsnx. twp, bounded as fols
Iciws: Beginning at a ,ye'llow pine stub corner being
Ilia southeast corner of the Towanda flitridge . Cu's
lot, thence along line of Clue Brown south 3 degrees
east S n.lO perch's to a ,peat, and Roue corner,
thence along land of .1 - olin'E norci St
pret.s wrest - 1 percl;ee or thereabouts a , corner.
thence north 3 degrees West S 0-10 perolres to line of
Towanda Bridge Co's fonds leretofora tizentioMid.
'throe"along line of • the same south Si S dcgri ee
call: IS perclica to thr place' of beginning; contain
.ing ono zero, more or Icsa all improved, with,
framed hotel known as the aio .. ....t:Vallerlionse and
and a framed liarn,vrith shed attached-lozated thcire
Seized and taken inth ' eimention at 's 'afe
Joeeoh Conklin vs..Ti'm Vanbrunt. •
ALSO—The fcillowing described lot, piece r
of land situate In'South Cryek twp, 12Ounde.:1 as
,fqlle7ra: On the north and West by lands cif 111
Cols; cast by public highway lea ling front Troy to
snutli R Gillett; containing ens acro.
rnore,or•k•Ss. all lints - rte. - ed. 'Abh a framed dwelling
housitanil shoe shop. attached, ,l'ai.ned liar and
few frfelf trecii thereon.
Selzed and taken into execution at -the d a sof
Rnhtw Bolos, to use of Jots 11.olmes vs. Joild Win
Davidson and C Rem?.
ALSO—The following described lobsi , iece nr par
cel of land Situate in titanding;•strine tw,„ fisounli
ed as follows:: On the north by lands beliyaginit.to
the catateof Byron Stevens, east and soath by r
Mitman. west - by' Ifiranr Vamiess; • containirig
acres, more 1,..5.5c about a •roe improved. with.a
framed 1101150, framed barn and few frnit'trers
thorcon. • . •
Seized ant taken Into - execuitrt • at the suit of, WM
CI Connor vs. SaraliCaetor.
ALSO- no followingdescribed lot, piee or Ir
1 of land sit . *.ato,in Overton twp, :bounded asnol
letivs: Orithe north •by 'land- of. Wilson Struovy,
east by plibtie bi,ellivay" lealing _from 'Overton ...es.
Dust:Me. south and West by ]held of Henry Sher
man, Sr.; coutainUnt•.: acre, more 'or less. all Mi.
provsal, no buildings. 'i • ''• •
ALSO--Ono otter I.'l. pii•ce or parcel of land in
Overton twp. bounded is follows: On the nits by
. land of Henry Sharman, S•er., east by Lernard Dunn:
moth and west:by land of aid Henry BNerman. Sr.:
containing', acre; rnort. M. less. all improved, no
buildings. : •
- Seized and taken tutuexernfion at ihY re.rof
lie Brothers vs.'.l.shn liettonal.l.
~_• .ILS.O—The f• -, 11o4111,; (teci.Tibo,l lot, 1.:.•.:e-;or pa .- :!-
- cel of land. sitnato in Towanda twn„.l,:munte..l-as
follows: On the north by lands A - J4in - Bridle
man. east by Railroud street. south by E W lisle",
west by centre street; being
: Shoot 0 fret wide and
100 feet back. more or less, N}ith a framed ylwellirig
bons. , thers.•rta s n
Seized anti taken into eacs•iitton at the suit of El. ,
ward oyerton. Je.s into vs-Wnt S Carrier., ,
, AI 90—The folloWlug Aeseribed-lot, piece- or Par
cel of land. situate ins,krbany twp, borindsil • itS fol
lows: On the north tr[v4latids of Jan* Iceman and.
Joseph Socon: east bY...Wm :R Or and Solon
'Marcy. south by Solon Marl'l'iiia 0 - Coletenn,
.west by the 'widow Horton and James Chapman:.
containing 55 acres, more Or less, -about 12 aer,eo
improved, with a framed house, trauma barn partly
fluidises, and trlitt trees thereon. -
Seized arid taken, into exeention at. the skit of ,
Woodford .k.• Clark vs. P. J Rakes.
Also; J P Kirby vs. It d Hakes. • . , - .
'O4PI4ANS' COURT SALE.-BY
'trine nt an order issued out of the Orphans.
Court of Bradford county.. the undersigned-Guar
dian of the estate. f Afarion'A. Ladd and Alatson B.
L 84.1, sell: on the premises on SATUR
DAY. APRIL 'a 1871. at 1-o'clock, p.m.. the follow
lug lot of land situate in Albany twp.. borinded as
followe: On the north by 'Aim Larabee and 11. P.
Corson. east by jesen Robinson and J. T.-Burdick,
south by Joshua Vanloon arid-wcst .by liar
dick; being tne senarato trans. one edntainin. 45
acres and 123 'perches and the ,other 25 acres
.and Silperchet.„ more or less. • . t '
llltliS—f2s on the PmPe. etY Nine struck denn,
$lOO on confirmation. one-half the balance in six.
months from confirmation with interest, ant the
bahmce in one year. with interest num confirmation.
AMMAR EADO. •
• ttlivla torp
nErEfAN. 'S' COII - RT ',SA ~ -BY
Ylrtne of an order issued out of the Orphans'
Court of Bradford county. the undersigned A(1711111-
istrator of the estate of DayjirSabin, - late of Albany
twp.. dee.. wlil cll oit tie pre:Mises on MONDAY.
A'BRITAT. Is7l. at 2 o'Cloclf p.m.. the following
described bit of land situate in Albany twp., bonh
cled as follows Qn the north by lands now in:pos
session of Wm. Leo, east by Orrin Hibbard, soots
by John Illithon and on the -west by Geo. Lenox
WO Mrs. J. C. Tetteri;coutaining abof 2.1 acres,
more or leas. •
Tow anth bog
TEILUS--itli at time of wale. $25(1 on cvnfirtxt•
'Con. 01:1.i-half of balantn one yo - ar from confirtna-
Cori with fnter'eet, and the balanee in. two years
from confirmation with interest.
Wyaln sin g
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE-BY.
'tit:MA Of an Order issued ont of the Orphan's
Court of Bradford conc-ty. the undersitrned Admin
istrator of •the estate of, James S. Shaw, late of
Tuscarora Mi, decased: will sell on the premises on
FRIDAY. APRIL : 2.-1, 1S71; 2 o'clock. 'p.m.. Abe' fid
lowinn•de"scribcd lot of lancl • situato in 'Tuscarora
tsp., bounded and described. as follnWs; Be:Ed:ming
in the highway- opposite to house of Mrs. J. Shaw;
thence in ho middle of said highway. south 8 degs`..;,
cast 35 rods and 8-10 to lands of - Jacob Di. Muni,
rant; thence along said Sturde.vanCs lands and H.
S. Stnrdevant land.: west 113•rods'ancl 5-10 tq a tor.
nor: thence alonn lands of Oliver Warner: nOrpi 92.`
rods and 8-10 to a corner; thence along 'otlieNands
of said - decedent's estate. south ?Jdens. and l.;•'; east
108 rods and 5-10 to the. phwe I) , •sinniug. eon.
twining' 27 acres. tunt'e or less.
,TF.1111.6—550 be-paid on the property lieitin.strock
down. ono-third of the laalmai:T - on . .confirmation of
salO. and the balance in two inng ptyments in six
months and one yearfroin the date of confirmation.
Tirtn'n of an order issued out of the Orphinis ;
Court of Bradford county, the :unOersigned Admin
istrator of the estate. of Horatio J, Mold. Jute of Al.
ham- tsep., deceased,will ;on the proinises on
TRIOAY, APRIL 2.4, 18711. at -1 o'clock, p.m., the
;following lot, pi rer or rare"et of land' situatein
bany twp., Bounded as follows: On the east by-the
Berwick turtipfke and lots rmm.ber 3, 4.-5. G and In,
being , 50 feet -a-Ma and ITS Tort deep. •
T131:11:3—$15 on the•propettr being,rtruck down,
ono-third of balant on contlrmation. one-third in
wiz inontbaltiSm confirmation 'with interest, and
the balance In ono year from conflrmatio
interet. - • CEO. IL Errs.i.p
• .Triar.llll-tr.4. • •Adniiiiia &tor,-
,C9ft, :I of tho United Mates for tho :Wostern jig
trigt or PeriziaylvaulA. Watsra District Pcmas3.l.
tunic, S. S.
A Warrant in Banguptey has been issued by
said Court against the estate of.D. W. ILA1:.5.111111t-"
GER,. of Albany, county of Bradford and State of
Pennsylvania, in said *District; who has been duly
adjudged a Bankrupt, upon his own petition; that,
the payment - of any debts. and the delivery.. of
any property belonging to such Bankrupt to him or
to his use, and the transfiT of any property by him
are forbidden bylaw. A meeting of the creditors of
.bankrupt. to prove their. debts, and !checi..3 one
(Cr more assignees-of his estate, will be held at a
Courtof Bankruptcy,: to be holden at tile Office of,
Overton & Elabree, in the BaretiNgTOW3l3lla, Pa.'
before EDWARD'OrERUIN,. Jr., ~ "Undster. on
,the 2.914. day of APRIL, A.D., 1.871,.. at 10 e'eloek.a.ne.
Marshal. as Messenger._
A UDITOR'S NOTICE:44n the Or
phan's Court of Bradford ContitY.•
The undersigned, an auditor; anointed by 'Said
Court - Walvis - 6,0f exceptions to final'account and.
distribute Pena' in the bands of EBENEZER
SNELL. Executor of the estate of JOAN SNELL.
lido of Pike.. Radford county, Pa., deceased, will at
tend to the duties of' said appointment, at his °film
in the bore' of Towanda, on XEIDAE. the 28th daYof
APRIL, 1S71; at tlie'clocip: tn., at which time and
place all persona haring -claims on said money'are
required to present the salmi or be debarred from
coining oa said fund. L. P. Pi ILLISTON:
T..P. VAN riEET.
the matter of the incorporation.at• the s , Preabi.
tartan March W.raor.".. - No. 1 146 i MT Tenn..
2gia hereby even ttult velteatiori has been -
the Above charter. and =km' reasanaero.
short tinitontrarrthovannis riclirtre irrintettat
may term.. ; Sr,
5p1.12-w3 • , • ' ' Tptbanotayi.
Notice is bet em given that. au peraosiaituJebted
to the Ware of WM: DUBA.Str, Itte of Myrrh*. 60-1 -
goosed, aro teirigted intake .Marmoliato. paymeot.
„famous tavhog lotzist "roil& tatate
moat 'present the ammo dory mithentkoktialnfOr - eat. -
110 11 4 PE yr. i
tta ,..wee4st k etebioven : ait .liiislotttlitr4 a
to e eetatte e t WW.SA ; 11‘ 1 11,104.1.5t0 'of
-4seesased, ate TU,Slolltell tO . - mad Itemearato.
paytneatiand atkpersotui Wring clattotestainat sOtt .
estate moat present theme tdol,y autheattateefor
settletesitt. . • Q. IP. YQUNT+, •
niar.2rTl-wd . • ' -.ftownter..
A. PPLICATION IN DIVORCE , .-,
Geoetr — • li. Pest.—..2to. 20 De& T.. 1870..
Yon sus, hereby notified that Jute Post. 700 x *M.'
by her 'nest. friend. Stephen fildlself, has applied
to the court of coramea Pleas of *semi county,
for fitterce from the bonds of 'matrimony, and the
said cohrt haiapPointed Monday, the let of May
for,; - Laving. the- said Jane Post far the
prom[ses, at time and place you• can attend if
you think propoi.. J. PER= VAN FLU% -
inar.2l.ll-tra • . ~Stiorift
• ATPLICATION IN DIVORCE -
To Banattelt Smithi:—No. 456 Der. T.. MO..'
Ton are here*, lionfind that Mirtah• Smith.
your wife. try bar nerd.,friend..F.- h. Allen, has ap.
plied to po Court ortonemon &am of :Bradford co.,
for • dlvolre from the bends of matriniony, and the
said court - has appotoloct Monday. the let day of
May. 3671, forearing .tho-j said Marian in the
priaritfflte, at *hid' dine and- idaco You cartattend
jou, tl4nlt.propet" ' . • L., • • ,
, &PERRY FLUT.
niar.21".1.; , k4 - Sheriff. .
APP CATION IN DIVOROP.
vo Jervis L IldcL-114. 4 9 91. Dye. T..1870:=
Smi • are hertby ndthled that . Helen 134jd. your. ".
mite. by her next hien& C. - 8. Hussell.7bas . applied
to tharourt of wad= pleas of. Bradford county, • ,
fora .Hrorce Aronathe bondirof matrimony. and tho
laid court but appointed Monday, the let day of
31 4. • 1871; for, benzin' the said Helen, in the
premises, at a)iicljtnto and place yon can attend.lf
you think- n r.-
PEPilt VA'S Fla,
•IN DI VORCE. -
To Daniel L. 193. T., .19T0.
Ton are' hereby notified that Hannah Wordon,
your wife, ht her nest trifled.. :Walter 'Lamb;
baa applied - to the' eonr of common pima
of Bradford rennty, fora divoroafrona the boildwof
matrimony; and the said Court - hae,appoluted
day, the day of May.lBll, for bearing said Ban.
nab in the. promisee, wbirta tits a andplaie_gan 'can
attend if you thinkproper.
F, X E'C If • T NOTICE:—
Notice le terebii•gfvert Chit all pariOus indebted
to the estate of WM. LEvas. late of Smithfield
twp., decowd..are minuted fa Male immediate pay.
meat, and alEpersons hating claims against said es.
tate must Lc present Ufa. SUDO duly, authenticated for
aettfcrnent: • i 33.5. C.... - 11.1DGWAT •
• anar.Sl4.4r6 . ; Executor.
lcpttee fiTherpby given Ih/dill nereons indebted
to the estate l q_ CHARLES DAVID: tato 9.1 . Terry,
ileeeaPe.l, aro reAnesiert to inake - !•ftrne,ltito
payment, end all 'persorut ritvii datum ignite raid
eetato mud preeamt them fluty, anthentleMed for
- MUMMA:YID; • •
A m: .
In the Tatter of the ineorporattort of the Mu -
tual-LuOtog and Saiing FuneAssosiatima of Tow
-9.0'4, May. Term, IS7I. • .
ALSO—in the matter of the ineoi-poration of 'the
St,il,l/ Treglesen 31-eaenlist Church."—
No. 307. Dee. Term, "
ALSO-11:1 the-matter i 34 the incdrpnritionof the
..•Ohent Method .i.:l Er!sropar Chnti , ch."—Ne. 2tT,
May Term:-1871- W. A. •1 4 I101LiS.• •
mar.'2l'7l-tv.f • 13"Otlannotary.
13151 TOR'S NOTlCV—Leonard • •
Lmvia Rockall:ll.2:d, 51 . 6, May Tertii: - - •
1809. Contt of (laromon Pleas of Bradford county. ••
The'rindershrned appointed an auditor to distrib. '
ute fuMta in the Sheri:Ps hands. raised from the sale
of defenlant's real 'estate, Will attend to the duties op
Lis aprlointinent at.his offir 4 e. in the'-boral..of Tow
anita, on TVF../.31)A1 - . APRIL 18th, 1871. - at 2'
e'clock, to.. at which -time - and plaeo..n.ll per
sons liwunl elaims are regniiel to preselatthe same
or be debarred f:om cetriln;: in for' share or said
fund. ' ' • If. FOYLE;
VUDIVat —, At au .*
Orpl . iani?:-Cozirt, held at 'Xoirinida.Februari - '
1171, the Court sppeintmt Wm. Waticias in- auditor,
• trtslistrilibleAtio funds in the , hands of Charles II:
Rik;:r... Executor of the estate of Jonathan S.,Mltchell.•
.late ofunuthfkld ttrp.. decd!. '; * AL. •
Ithp-sarsoiticp of.tho aforegild appeirttment, notite
is - hereby ,_ , --riren-t all'persane'interested in the funds
e - ! -- .12i - e•estate afer•ekald, In the MOO of the executor, '
~03, f i-ray.,loa to the duties or ray appointruer.t •
nn ATLIL 20.11171,:at 10 o'clock, are.,
att'S•" - fit'ace:of 11. C. id Athens - hero'.
in s of Lra,lford. at which -erne and /dace
all r4rsenS llitere.t , -,1 in' the estate aforesaid, ran .
attend for :a heariTf upon the distribution aforesaid
if tla y o.es:re. - • Nr51..-117.1.TKr:S:
'tear 15'71Art Auditor. . • •
, NITED STATES - INTERNAL
REVENri:.--IiOTICE TO TAX-1'..,NE.11. 4 1.- - -,
Not ee i s hereliy given, that the undersigned. Asses- • •
sor of ail , 13t/i District of Pennsylvania, trill hold
CMUIR of Appeal: for the. correction of erroneous ae---
sestonents. at lIIS OFFICE FN BLOOMSBURG, Co:
bind.in minty, on'WEDNE.. 4 IDAY and tITE/13DAY.
April 19 and 20. 1871.. All appeals Must he M. writ
ing. Thud should specify the particular cause, matter
or thing. respecting which a decision. ie requested.
and shall stale the grouirti hr principle of error ecru-"`c,
plaitied of Appeals maybe made at the Offire:rf the • .
Assessor at any time presiene to thettays abOvo fix
ed for hearing appeals. If any persons liabid to In.. ;
conic'Tar hay.:' not yet reported, they are-Peri:by
notified to ihi f ici at once or-ber,omo liable
shy. It is-t2 , c.lints of every one, sunenablo to the - •
tnFP(qt the ASSCSFOi of his District and male •
hie ug s turp..- SA3llrEj.., KNO1t11;
Assessor 13th District. Pa.
Agsilmor.'s Oilloo, Bloomsburg: Pa.; March 13.: •
Two Wheel Mower. z
This new 'machine is up with the times end ahead
otall competitors in !Serena of its,
It stands in the. front rank among_ *Magid 'mowers,
and is of novel deatgza7siirdpoaiiesees neW,and di4-
linctirc.featnres command therhaeltres to
the practical farnier,wori etamioation. atneng
ITS LEADTNG `FEA'r uitES
Are the following; jothted 'conneeilng rod., or
pliattan that allows thartivaT - pray of the kinfo in any
position of the cutting_ apparatus: tilting guards;
no side draft; no weight on the horses' neck;: thy,
Tongue can be used loose orrigi& as niay Le desired
and tlad change guide
. . .
The cutting iipparstusi or. finger bar, can he
raised to anylatigle to pass trees. snifups, or other , '
obstructions, or folded over for transportation.•or
unfolded, by the sole 'use—of the lever, without
throwing Out of gear; stopping the team, or the
(laver leaving his seat. The driver's, seat is acres-
Bible from the reat of tlNLuchine, ifr 'safe and con • . 1
fortaLle, and is arra_uged. the principle of a lever,
admitting of balancin g the machine perfectly, and
relieving the horses - necks of all weight-. _
It has mari,f other valuable points too imincrinis
to ruentiOu here. It iw made of first-class materials, -
well made and finished in every part—tendering its
-- eer - lt is light dra:fted, and is just the nufwer our '•
farmers have beim...Mot:Mg for; acid is destined t.
be the leading Mowing Machine, being adapted fo
billy or level land, and ail lunda of surface. _
Manufactured by - . . • .
D. M.-.05808.N . E k CO
AGENTS• roil ,BRADFOD,P. CG
nurcs n. GLEASON.tig rend Pa.. for Sprio.
dela. and West Buriington.
CHARLES W. SCOTT, Big Pond.. Pa., fur . u „,„. 4 -'d.:.
bury and Su4thilelLl..• , . -- • •
JAMES, B. SAIITIL geath..-Creek,- Pa.,, for. .Fun ti .
Creek and 'Wells. - • , , .
1),13. STOWEI.L. - Su„or Bun, Pa., :or Terry, Wit- •
mot and Wytlnsing.
'Tte sul:perilier will sell tlars
' • .
In centrl "Brat gra.
' . . .
. , .—....
Wicle.awalie. thorough and responsible men Want:
ea to act as agents in the. northeastern COLUalt , l VI .
Pennsylvania and soul astern' Xest Tot*. *t wain
fling with Stuben conutY and reaching to - the Ilitil
ou rivcr; or where thorn ,s.M. DO agents alreaay
tunkple machines will be on exhibition
gai!road Address the subscriber'"
- 2 TOWASDA.
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This NEw and unequalled combination is Tairev,
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$lO to $3O a day. Now is the nartvzst -maw, act
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that will PAY TOO so WELL. Copy of paper, chapter
of i•tory and rare. terms, free, address .
A. H. HUBBARD,
400 C4estedit Bt., .phitadelphia. •
OAUTION.-- 1 -Whererya
talda"Widtehasicit mylbed and board without
just copse of, provocation, this is to caution any
person or persons from harboring or trusting her.
on my account. as I will not be •acconntable for any
debts o:hetContracting from and after this date. , •
Foot of Plane. Ps. •
Feb. 23, ISM
TO 11M - 47.--A(gooci Wagon - Shop
Paint Room; comeniontly arrangedoind
new Blael.• smith shop. akljaoent. Will rent them td.
.t. , ,ntller or sevaraiely as may be desired. Terms rea
sonable.. t Enquire of . J0E.1.;
Orwell;Ts., tnar.2o,'7l-Is4 *-
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