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bas harvested ° earl
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- --trAliftli s Sl r 'So4llF A t'eapaer is nowl.
Ituasiati ordnitarlie tiftttery , ,,,':
—.The: col sumption of'. sugar), in
• 014 Putted State, amounts to' ' l,lo . oo(l l 4 *.aki*
nitalll; !--'•• -.- •- - • Y :, -
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: - —ie ' rb . :l Di tliti ?Lyndon : inviAiT,has
t it te4 a mow for zpilil4l4)cll? - biss! ) l l
- '—New discOVeries of lobs . sreW
log ihnoid &Dv mide - stlllaitee Sprintllciali
. & • t# and the exatemeakb mt th e incremilLz-: 1
--Ivor Daiies, Wreal• estate - mid
insurance agfsksikei sail tilled Lis mother
- last week. in Wilke4artwr He was &Masted. ••''
f , ' —The entire Coif ilipprO
friations for the nest fiscal year amain!
1611,3-73,111. - • _ :- I. . '
—Vice President Colfax publish
a card decrorag to be candidate for
man at large In Indiana. - 1 .
vertises "The . anost itcrifitte 11111 , e t!te
-days of Abraham and Ism& - I 1
—The3rii,l Of the Chief of Pollee,
of Jersey Clty,on the CUM of receiving Skarn
bowls, resulted Ins verdict of not guiPl.
—3Ecbigan is to 'have it State
House costing 51,200,000 to be flisialied in itlx
Sears. - - - ' ''i i
—The village of Ne , Flo.,
which formerly bad 1,500 inhabitants-1 now bas
but 25. f , . 1 :
—A 'Lail'? - named Hellish is miss
ittg out in LaCrosse. 'She pMbabl , couldn't:
ettnd that name any longer. , i
-If you would cipose both your
folly and your secrets, be a drunkard. and they
' 'Till run out while the liquor runs in. 1
--:The Erie Railway Co. has ' po
llibited the sale cf all kinds of intoxicating
'lrate on their property at the depots.
—The Sunreme Court has CxpreSs
•,l a determination In bear the Loral Option
..see in Philadelptda on the first ofJuly,if MIMI.
•,..l of both aides are ready. I ' -i i
=The congregation of thel Tiinity
Lutheran Church of Beading propose making
an excursion -up the Hudson River to West
Point. , 1
—An Illinois town has t o diao
tors who "
are young women. A good many'
. other towns have that many doctors who I are
old women. i
—An intoxicated individual While
iuspecting the Richmond Crystal' Cave,' fell
down a precipice and was severely injnrod
sixint the head.
—A report was current in Alien- -
towp one day last week that Horace Cirneley
had died. Originated•from his political death,
. ---Mr: Allen Butz; cashier- of, , the'
Iron Bank of Pluenizville, died in Beading on
Thursday night of last week, or hairarrhage of
the bowels. _
—Several new steam canal boats
i.re competing for the $lOO,OOO prize oM the
Erie Cans). The prize is to be paid byl the
St:io• of Now York.
—Sixty-eight criminal cases 4ere
ilnposod of at the June Sessions, and the cost
if four only, wore imposed upon th cohlty of
1.- - _thigh.: , .
—Theodore Nagle =was ' fined teri
dollars and coats for knocking his mule down
with a crab, and then parading t e enthral to
make it " get nil.. [ i
—A man was killed on ihe Sim
sylvallia Railroad lest week, who had jtistbeen
discharged from, State prison, after a con fine
malt of eighteen ybare q .
—The newest invention l, is ai fan
...... - sewing machine attachment , which protects the
operator from heat, flies and mosqd toes, while
at work, and requires no attention whatoicr.
—The Mayor of Boston has veto
,l tho order passed by the city. pons dls._for
opening the public libraries on Sunday.' He
'ranks the order would conflict with Statellaws.
—When. a house burns, downit
burin up ; wtimi von drink a glassrul yo&drink
:t empty ; Etna when yon take aim it itakes
)4,n. 1 ' :
Apropos of coal smoke,) the
t: ;, Vehillti Leader aseerta " crows fresh' from
the country pastures are frequently mi4takeu
for white doves as they fly over the city."'
—An Indiana paper sayS than new
whisky'is shipped to Kontuckytrad transform
oil into seventy-year old bourbon in fortyLeight
boors.• 1 -1 1 _
—A Handsome• monument has re
„ttly been placed over the remain, of the late,
..‘ :.-:cal Burlingame, in Mount' Auburn Zane
t. rc. near Button. ' .1
-Maj. Wm. C. Arinor l Clerk of
the Executive Department at liarriarg, Is
compiling a history of the Governor:sof Tenn
syls aum from roan to Goary.., - , I •
-Holland is without water-power,
on account of the flatness of the man*, but
it contains , multitudes of wind-Mills !which
strike the eye of tho traveler in eveiTkurec
tion. I 'l—
—The Times says ” Should flree
ley be pominated at the Baltimore, dinvention,
the Democratic majority. in Berks'yould bo ro
-ducal to Idss than a thousand;" By all means
let hira b e nom i nate d . • -
—lt is reported that , a Secret
tat oing of prominent Democrats', was lield in
'he Metropolitan Hotel, Long Branch, Friday.
Thu object was to secure a stralgirt-outnomi
> nation 5 'Baltimore. •
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—A gentleman in Pike county, In
diana, who died recently, left a large property
to be divided among the widows living ]within
eight milti of his recent residence, grass wid
or: s,ineluded. 1
—Thera is considerable j complaint
nbont the prevalence. of sewer gas in mden.
The Builder deolares that in many pastel of the
uh the drainage is dangerously rinperfera and
- —The nominations of rant and
Wilson have been received with enthusiasm at
every place on the Pacific coast. sallitei of ar
tillery, illuminations and processions seisms to
have been the order of the evening everygrhere.
The assessed Nalnation of mp
,•rty in the territory'of Colorado i R2d.9b0,000.
It ba.c`ii population of 75,000, no pribliei debt,
ley': ~ Vo Territorial tax for the year, 0872,
iluil lots a lialautio of over $5,000 h: tho flreae
—A company of enterprising, citi
f...th, of California are arranging to plant one
linielred acres, of land, on 31arilLosa creek, in
notion, to test the feasibility of to culture in
.. the tate.
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:—A Mrs. Cox, who cla imed pbe
au own daughter of Gen. W. T. Sherman, died
ut a boarding-house in davannah,lol., the oth•
er day, and was buried in a pauper's grave the
tellowinvnoming. - .1 ,I
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—A man- in Wilmm,, on, Dela
ware, whose feelingly have been disturbed by
Inc nopertinanceaof the local press, writes to
II: i r.,•‘,.c: -, ,, rcial of that city to know if bre has
a 1100%W whitewash his hencoo p '
-There is said - to be a remarka
bit, incrrage in the rinnabor of - slffereri from
paralysis in Han Francisoo, which is attribnted
to mentalanexibty,caused by speoulationler Ups
, lealre to Obtain wealth rapidly. 1
—A Michigan paper th u s del delimite
-1v announces a death Htm a " non-erpiosive -:"
.... um Maria kiseuele gave up 1 the habit of
, , :stag kerosene for kindling fires, bp Thitrisday
last." I 1
--- A genfieman recently l
shup in which books and various miscellaneous
articles were for sale, sad asked the shirpman
if he had Goldsnuth's Greece. NO, said he,bat
w,• hare some splended hair oil.
--Whatever.,God has made ill per
ret, said. a Western preacher. What do you
.tun , of me? , said a hunchback,lug Ind ex
-n am his - own ing s - own deforitity. •Wh, that You , are
a- _perfect d hunchback as I ever, awe •
• —Mr. Greeley. is now described by
. the ll'ortkl as "the silent champion'Of free
trade," fowl again as" the much-lainentbd ex
..e-pron,.ctianust." Veri/y,- this is the unkindest
cut of all. • ' .I
--The new Legiilatare of Or l egon
. will meet on the accoud Monday ifi Septe=er.
4 The 'Republican victory in . the State ' was a
',weeping one. Fir four rears the State has
liveirtuider _raking of the beritoc‘ats. I -
—A gentleman represen ing a! Mrs
sou firm visited Allentown recently tii
• chase cigars. From manufacturers in Lehigh
and Bucks conntiesls sensed T ea ooo dors,
fronewhich the Govetrunent ded oi revinni
of A 1 • i r _
—The Nebraska Domociatio State
Convention met at, lincelN list Thursday.
Resolutions ircrellsastrsdblited =dor*
ing the Cincinnati and he delegates
to Baltimore were traded to ote a# a nit
for Greek; and Brown. 1 .
—Bs3leirivig 'to - the .de cat - 4f tho
Ailantas br the Znyalsh crew, dis 11- rune
says ; "We have of late /carnet to. bimr go.
hap with becoudag utes/intia," Ws do peo
know who/her tbli tear reform 'to TIF
phis and therm, bet It Is eertvl•, •• • i i.
1 cd that journal's llt-,,eoi viol ..... 1 , ~f. ,•;, i.„.,, 2 , n r.
-t2; , rtiar not disiv. it in .7:•si .-mt,,r ri
0. 000DRICIl. S. W. ALITOOD
Towanda, Thursday, :tun 27,117 p.
National Republican Ticket.
_ ros. - PBSIMMT, . • •
Gm ULYSSES & GRANT
, JIMMY WILSON.,
Republican State Ticket.
'G -. -ITAUTRANFT:
MI MUM ,TCDGIN.,
pot. ULYSSES MERCUR.
fos .camas MEW,
GEN. HARRISON ALLEN.
11 1 311 COMMA= AT ZAINalt.
G. =UM, TODD.
al Birth Day, and universal custom,
is our excuse for not publishing any
paper next week. The next 'rise
of the REPORTER will be dated July 11.
We maYe to a new and droadfid;
revelationv! Our peace of mind is
rudely disturbed, and our sense of
happiness and security suddenly
shattered by a discevezy made by
our neighbor - , the 4rgus. To be sure,
one hundred watchful eyes should be
sble to penetrate not only the clouds
of the present, but peer far into the
obscurity of the fritFe . Our neigh
bor's ',Argus-eyes have done more
than this, on' many a past °cession;
they have shown that they possessed
the faculty of seeing things which
never had an existence.
We hadiverdantly find innocently
supposed that wo lived in a peaceful
and,flourishing community. We had
deluded ourselves with the infataa-
Lion that the people of Bradford were
haPpily and prosperously pursuing
their avocations, blessed with the
largest liberty,of conscience and po
litical independence; that
" No tyrant here with meta nod,
Nproad tieror through the cringing herd,
The knee was bowed alono to Ood •
And feared alone His errereign word ;"
That the seasons came and went;
that the sun shone and the rain fell;
that the crops were gathered,and the
laboreienjoyed the fruits of honest
toil, "under his own vine';and fig
tree." But alas! this his been
a dream and a delusion! The fair
prospect fides in an 'instant before
the disenchanting and terrible revel
ations of the Alva*. We learn in
the issue of the 13th, how fearfully
We have been deceived, and what a
horrible" condition of things really
exists. We are told that, "For more
d than fifteen , years ' the pan who in
':Bradford County, upheld his politi
cal faith against the dominant ma
jority, has been proscribed irk_the
"pursuit of life, liberty and happi
And as if being "proscribed in the
pursuit of life,liberty and happineds,"
was not intolerable enough, we arc
also assured that, "Bradford county
"to-day lives under as contemptible
" a petty despotism as ever existed in
" the most trivial of German Duchies
"or Principalities. With us the cage
"is even worse than it once was in
" them; fore we are controlled by an
q oligarchy; a'ring of little managers
" who enter into every avenue of our
"daffy livee f into'ourbusiness affairs,
"and into all tho social latitudes of
Well! thiii is an awful state of *lf
fairs! but I there is ono glimmer of
light in the!pieture; the little manag
era who enter into all the social lati
tudes of our existence, ate not charg
ed with invading the social
I. If they had dared to clap
the climax di outrage by that, then
the condition of things -would have
been unendurable, and an incensed
people would have: arisen in their
majesty, and; a la l'aris, barricades
(of mud) would have been formed
in our streets, and'the gutters flowed
with blood .
But it is 'consoling to know that a
remedy exists for, this terrible condi
tion of things. There is a way by
which this down-trodden and suffer
ing people may be rescued from their
oppressors s and become disenthralled.
The burdens may be lifted, and they
may be secured in the "pursuit of
life, liberty and happiness " which
has been so long denied them. I Nay,
more : -" the social latitudes cif our ex
istence " may be preserved inviolate,
from the "little managers" wholave
heretofore " entered into every aven
ue of our daily lives and our busineas
affairs." The Argus sees a way of
redemption from all this social and
political tyranny. -- The way is point
ed out, thee:
"Let -.our Liberal Republican"
"friends come out and to the - front;
" and let. an organitation be speedily
"perfected' which will bind the two
"wings of opposition to GaAsr's-dy
" nasty and the hatcial. spirited local
"Oligarchy froia which we suffer, in
"an earnest, v&gorods effort to shake
"thraldom' off." • .
In plain words, let the Republi
cans ofßradford join the democracy,
and all the trouble will be ended.
Peace, concord, and good will jsall
"The democrats will fill the of
ficctl, and i every body will be in
premeliblestaxl "in all the social lat
itudes of,otar existence." " Will.yon
walk into my parlor, says the* spider
to the fly?" Will you help ns to the
offices?. says the Argus to the Re
public:au' of Bradforcl, and be: no
longer upieeeriboa in the pursuit of
life, liberty and 14pinea&"
easy seems! the remedy for all the in
tolerable hardens which now oppress
"-widen public. It is only
- , t.. fielet,nnd the
ken bitidl m ;di RI, accustomed
oar exis' tame."
to bop that thl
green and jo,
will soon pisa
to know that
hensions., Is I
triunity that it
lief of such a
ed to relieve
SO paSt down with evils that af
flict the .community A blind, stol
id, indifferent community, that wil
not realize. how much it is oppress
ed, and how fearf yit is outraged
"in all the social titudes of our ex- 1
istenco.' We co end his case to
those who minister both.to the Mind
and body, hoping hat by care and
attention ho may preserved to
lighten the world, d aid in securing
to our people the • 'enable light to
the "pursuit of lif , liberty and hap
piness" now: den ed them by the
° JCL .
In 1863 Pen: ,
about stoo,ooo in
of emergency troo
anion of tbe'gove
ay and . equipment
upon the mini
ed States. This s. m cotild not be
repaid without a 'act of Congress,
and Goy. CrwrlN a t id Wm.H..H.Esonz,
then State Tre... er, imiordingly
went to Vi satin: .n, and
personal effort pr. tired the necessa
ry legitfiation. .e bill readily-pass
ed the lowa. Hou. . One hour be
fore it Came tip in the United States
Senate the genti • .. en we have nam
ed went to Mr. Bier/MEW, who was
then in his seat, a .nounced that the
Pennsylvania bill otdd be reached
in a few moments and asked that he
should speak and vote for it. Mr.
Brexu.,Ew picked .'p his hat and left
the Senate chamb-r .and did not, re
turn until the bill had , passed finally
through the co' . • support of Sena
tors from other - tates,' Mr. Cowax
being absent on a count of ill health.
This bill of such if • vast -importance
to Pennsylvania *used with neither
Senator from P nnsylrania in his
seat. Talk of the "EvAss business 1"
Here is a man w o fetuses tO Tote to
refund to hia p n State nearly a
tuillion of,dollars, nt in sustenance
of her citizen sol iers,simply beeause
it wax so expends , yet asks the pa
triotic people o Pennsylvania to
place him in the seat of CURTIN.
ne„. The wadi • g Railroad Com
pany is coral)* t • the'front in poll
ticts. Having ft :t secured the hold
ing of the hemoiratie Convention at
Reading—the i "of its power—it
nominated one f its attorneys for
Governor, and p aced its President,
Mr. 1 61:INVAN, at th head of the ticket
for Constitntiona Convention, with
some four of its 1 erents as his col
leagues.l Mr. CL MEM, the newly ap
pointed Chairm of the Democratic
State Committee ' , or was recently,
also an attorne y, f that Company.
The great co lions of the State
intend, if possibl , to be protected in
the Constitution Convention.
kkalr. liLturnwr . has been in office
six years, and thr Vat) , the soreheads
and Democrats, is long enough for
any soldier. BecsArmw has been in
office nearly if not quite a .quarter of
a century, and hat is not enough
for a man who sa in the Senate and
refused to aid hi country-or our sol
diers by his Voice or vote during the
rebellion. In o er words patriot
iirm shquld not rewarded so well
as semi - treason , or those who were
not With us were against us and
Cumaas . It. Buti , mv was one 'of
Dom` The Tritlune remarks that
" most men change as they grow old
er." True asgoal, see how Hon
4ct Gum = ;has changed from the
most rabid IlepUblicarcto a beggar
for, ,a Democratic I nomination, from a
high protectionist. to &free-trade tol
erator ; •from the fierce advocate of
a Federal control' in certain elections
to the slanderer of those who now
adhere to his imeaehings. Truly,
some men - do change as they grow
A REMPLIITATIVE MAN.—The Bea
ver Radical says WM HARTLEY the
democratic Gimp= candidate for
Auditor General,' was twice arrested
dazing the war for disloyal acts
against l tho Goventment. It ia. also
said that he refused to sit in a Meth
odist 'church where the minister
prayed for the success of the Union
I The people of the United
States know General Grant—have
knoWn all about him since Douelson
and Vicksburg ; they do- not know
his Blunderers, and do hot Care' to
ler How do the thissucr Itepnbli.;
mini hereabouts tho course of
ihe Philosopher lin advocating the
election of Judge I Tuomrsox, and Col
Pe:Asses friend BociLur.iw?
ItOr Foam.; in the Pns of the
sth of June, says General at .
aasrr was a brave soldier, and, we
believe, is an hpuest inau." - •
obtained! a nirdid ke..severaLmill•
ions. The ease was carried to the
Supreme Court and the lodges*
'agreed to affirm the deciston of the
cowl below.! A-month or' two otter
when the cape
Teosnwoii-had chailed - his 'opinion .
and gone over to the minority.
decided the case agnipst the
which the State Val, mid the :huge
of dollars- Judge THOX6011: never
-gave any reason. for his sadden
change of "opinion., PooPle maybe
excused, if, wider michcireimmtapem
they happen ,to beam that this
Democratic ;nag; gat well, paid for
'changing hie opinion : CorPProtiono
find twiny iniYa of convincing '3'udg..
es, and it... Certainly looks, as. it "the
Credit lifobilier had found' a weak
spot in Judge Tuoxesou. Let hini
at least explain if he ;its to bere
eleCteddge.ffgain l wo . ask low
much did he get? - ,
to the re•
• • -ter-
of a mind
THE TABLET BILL, AID . SPEAKER,
Many papers in this State severely
'criticize Speaker.,BUlSE for the ap-.
poll:di:tent of the Ways and Means
Committee at the eommemeeMent of
last session, but-the 'result haS prov
en that'he did not act unwisely. Tho
following article from the Washing
ton Chronicle we commend to a eare
The tax and tariff bill has ieoeived
the apirroial of the President, and is
now the law of the land.
Many portions of the bill , are such
as will warmly commend themselves
to the judgment of the • people,,while
,those features against which certain
sections have protested have suffi
cient compensations, , to render the
whole highly acceptable as a measure
,of relief to all classeei
The', adverse criticisms which, dur
ing the winter, were so freely indulge
ed in by the ; Republican papers . of
Pennsylvania as to the composition
of the. Ways and- Means Committee,
were not in alll respectaweß.ground
ed. So far, at leasst,as reflection was
made on Speaktr. Blaine for his re
sponsibility in organizing -the oom
mittee, we think some amen* or, at
least, explanation is due.
In the first place,= it is conceded
here by those who know beet, that
the comptiott of the committee was
accep t .table to an overwhelming ma
jority of the House, and fairly repre
sented its varied shades of opinion
on the tariff question. In this respect
the primal and imperative duty of
the Speaker was faithfully performed.
In the . second place, Pie best
friends of protection, observant of
the current of events at 'the capital,
feel confident that if a high protec
tion committee had been organized
the House would have resented it--
stubbornly resisted its recommenda
tions' and returned it with a counter
It must not be forgotten that this
same. House voted by more than
three to one in the first month of
organization to place coal and salt
on the free list. It was not it' pro
tection Howe in its essential ele
ments, and to have organized its
chief committee on that basis would
have been both unfair and unwise.
Forty-three per cent. of the entire,
House are Democrats, about twenty
per cent. are Republicans of Western
tariff views. With such a House it'
required delicate and skillful man
agerrient to avert a regular tioii-up
on the tariff question. Our Pennsyl
vania friends will please make 'a'note
of this! •
In. the third place, let it be known
that the wise concession of the very
moderate ,reduction .of duties that.
was made has settled the tariff on a
firmer basis than it has rested for a
quarter of a century. To have re
fused that would have been to remand
the issue to the violence of the hOst
legs, and vested interests and great
enterprises would have been shocked
and paralyzed in the encounter. 'For
the wise settlement that has averted
this, more is due to . the good man
agement, the frank dealing, and the
active influence of Speaker Blaine,
than, to all other causes combined.
We trust that our Pennsylvania
friends will do justice to the Speaker.
We, in common :with them, found
'fault' when his committee was first
announced, but we are convinced
that_?e acted throughout hon
orab y, and with an abundance of
wisdom, tact, and discretion in the
' sor The Washington correspond
ent Of the Press telegraphed on the
'22d inst., that Ross= Esairrr
man iof the Republican State Central
Committee, was in that city. and
that he privately gave it has 'hit
opinion that'Eurriuspr could not be
elected; but'publicly pioclaimed that
Girnar Wall the "old man of the sea,"
in the party in this State. Mr. En
nizrr pronounces the whole story of the
Prrx correspondent an unmitigated
falsehood. He does not doubt
election of Herrman., neither does
ho believe there is' any danger of
GuANT's losing the State.
le— Should the opposition to CoL
hyraxes nomination prove foriiida.
ble, he will compel his candidate for
Governor, Mr.l3reistzw,to intercede
for lain. BUCLUXW will be as much
the tool of Plou.cr, In managing the
party machinery in this -district, as
the kLwcst pot-house politician in.the
county are. With the cards all. in
his min hands, Pipit= will play the
" gamy " to suit himself.
reir A gentleman who has been
through several of thetownships in
this county,' pays there are no GM*
Liar Itopublicane to speak of, and but
few democrats aupput him with any
entheiiaam. - •
a A portiLia
.of the Cincinnati
Conveleion re-assembled in New
York, waif iiensitiated . 3fredioreetcx
of Ohio, and Yam LAW OLUMAD
NewiYork. far President and Vice
Prehtclent. ' • '
poll - prolessim , ,Heie said
to be a good accountant. and eon
sequence of the fact that Columbia
altuchteh'he sprang' Aroin'a'itobk of
ohbliae Whigs:Mnikekahnrisnara- -
belly a lawyer, but sadly an, aloe
noel= by prcleaske. He : became
pruininent whgmhe was elected U. S. 1
Batm. bi s t d ! aid of, lie Philadel
phia rang and when - -esumoused in
bia Pad 11. Saute he held
his tctnoui 'and eetimed . to forget. th at
the Nation was grapphing with trea
son; Pennsylvailoyal - = to the Be-'
public, bore the odium of having a
qmpathizar in =eaglet ands treach
erous Cowan in another. 'How not
to do it' was his chief. studj•luidin
- accmdance with this, he Waled him ,
self with developing the . visicaung
scheme of Cumulative , voting, when
the Nation was etrmiling for - life.
Mr.lncialaneveinttered 00 word
.for the Union during the Bebelliea,
on the other hand he tAleeskallowed
his "followerato eigaNniUd the 'Plah
ing creek Confederaoytfithen nod
from him would have. wed his friends
arid the emmty from dimes. His
tory will record the fact that soldiers_
' were taken from the front, and sent-tc;
Mr. Backalew's.county to arrest a re=
bellion that one loyal word from him
I l lnight Ire crushed. Perhaps never
in the history of the nation had any
man such an opportunity to make a
name as he. The representative of
the great Slate of Pennsylvania, he
sat in silence or dreamed of cumula
tive voting while the real heroes of
the nation were struggling tc4lestroy
With.the spirit of Vallandigham
he lacks his courage, and yet upon
one occasion upon the Court HOWite
steps his usual self. on desert
ed nun when he aced the soldiery
as Lincoln Hirelings and said, 'Fel
low citizens, irtien I landed in New
York from South America and found
that Abe Lincoln, the rail splitter of
Illinois was President and W.
Seward his seeretary,l was /it:milli/led:
Labor Reformers might note it was
the rail splitter that humiliated Mr.
His personal popularity is , not
great at home. His long continued
rule has made a large number of his
party restless and this has grown to
such an extent as to- start a paper
with no,other object than to fight
Buckalew and tho ring. His extreme
partisanship certainly cannot appeal
to Republicans for support and where
his greaCstrength lies it is hard to
determine. On the other hand the
Republicans have a candidate that
has never dishonored his State or Na
tion but nobly upheld its ' banner
amid the storm of battle."
ngt. A correspondent of, the War
ren (Pa.) Mail tells a good story of
Horace Greeley, which is not found
in his " Recollections of a Busy life."
In 1841 the correspondent was work
ing at n. saw-mill in Wrightsville.
Greeley being in that section on a
visit to his father's family, cattle a
long canvassing for his paper. He
started to cross the pond , on loose
lots: Now such logs never will Peep
still.. They bolt, and the bolting
philosopher soon found himself on.
two logs, and two logs spreading
wider siid wider apart the hatiger'ho
tried to stand still. The writer call•
ed to him to go ahead, but he didn't)
ho only went iu up to his neck, and
theta all ho Ithows abinit riding a
Now if he _can't ride two
saw-logs in one direction, how can
ho ride two horses _running in
different directions withcin going-un
der. Theta the •question.
°MINT'S Nuorism.—The Ogdens
burg Aurae/ very pertinently says.:
- Inview of all the facts see are com
pelled to admit that Grant has,done
a good deal for his friends. It is
charged that between his father, the
Dents and his brothers-in-law, on
both sides, he has bestowed much
upon his family. It is a way he had
before he was called to occupy the
White House Take and gate has ,
characterized - his whole conduct
from thekbeginning of , the war until
the present mdment. He commenc
ed at Fort Donyelson, which hegave
to his aunt Columbia ; he gave
Vicksburg to his uncle Hamtiel for a
birthday present ;- Mission - Ridge to
his cousin Yankee Doodle, and Ap
pomattox to brother donathan.
order to perpetuate this nepotism hd
had to run out Buckner, Pember
ton Bemiregszd, Bragg and Bob
Lee. They all consider it an out
rage, but it made no difference with
Grant for he did not stop as long es
there was anything to take.
BucKAusa's Poernaa.—The Sunday
IV =script, a fall-tdooded Democratic
. paper, defines • BocLuxies position'
during the war in the following em
" Where stood Senator Charles R.
Suckalew, 'clan.sn's foundling
when Douglass Demosts were bat
tling for the Union in the war? Was
he for: his country or against it?
Was he arrested 1 4 order of General
Couch or net so, for what? Let
us have light on some of -his opium
inspired speeches delivered -during
that memorable epoch The people
'of Pennsylvania await a respcmse.!'
IdceramE's Won) or Hason.=—The
Sunday Transcript has a very high
opinion of MoCLeas's word of honor,
and endorses him in its yesterday's
issue as follows:
"Our Aleck yesterday pledged his
honor in a newspater thatlhe never
hinted or said that Forney ,lumi not
and would not sell -out s his concern to
the greedy Greeley esibal."
McClure, when a candidate for the
Senate, pledged his honor to support
Grant. What is the pledge of the
author of the 'Nine =ion ' steal
_worth." • • ,
- sir The desnoerata Unt trying
We* up their amigo by report
ing that sward influential Republi
cans in this county are out fur GRIM*
LEE. Among then', they name Gen. .
Wituartis, and R Elm s% - Wa Lim
the belt of authority for stating that
neither of those gentlemen sail in the
GREIMET boat. .
ratio party,"says Mr. Allaire, "linow
OM by the election of Mr. Greeley
viranally haro the
ermtt in, their own hands, and
thet they - eatild - egthitly'mould and
asbdtif,A9n 04/lei? will This' hits
the nail •
se.. This Lancaster Inquirer has
given up its opposition to the State
ticket, and now supports it heartily.
In its last issue s the editor says
We cannot 4cousent by any act of
ours the Democratic Tarty shall bo
placed in power 'in this State. ' Its
policy for thu pad twenty' years--its
tendencies on all the leading ques
tions of the slyn.:its hostility, now
partly concealed, to . al . l the' vipal Mr
formr that have di/tango:lJ' ;hod , the
past - decade—ore so utterly .repul
sive to our ideas of right, and justice
that we cannot, even-indirectly, give
any countenance - to its chances' for
icy" The ettenapt to; secure' the -
German vote. for Gwizir is a signal
failure. They will stand by General
Gam. The Germans are the most
intelligent of our foreign population,
and although they have certain cus
toms which are part of their educa
tion, and to which they fondly cling,
they understand our form of govern
ment, and are a liberty-loving and
patriotic people: They have no
sympathy for soreheads, and are not
to be led astray even by such a man
as Schur& whose popularity among
them has been greatly over--estimat
ed. They were true to the lleptibli
can party during the war, and so
they will continue.
Nyrioxst Nsenssrry.--''To guard
well what has already been secured,
to work out faithfully and wisely
what is now in hand, and to consider
the questions which are looming up
to view but a little way before us, the
Republican party is to day what it was
in the gloomy years of davery,rebellion
and reconstruction— A NATIONAL
oft.. The few Republican papers in
the State that aro demanding a
change in the State ticket, admit that
d is nnobjectlonable,
and can polrthe - ergire_Repnblican
Mir The Republicans of Snyder
county have renominated JOHN D.
Nous for Congress, subject to tho
decision of the conference.
'Opposite Public Square,
Keep always on hand a fall,assort-
- AND COATINGS.
In all the latest styles, .
HATS CAPS AND UMBRELLAS,
Furnishing- . G (3, d
Iu 'great variety.
CUTTING DONE ON -811014 T
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
6 6 MAIN STREET,
CENTRAI COAL YARD,cv
R. X. MILLE% Proprietor
rata further stotice prices at yard are, Per net ton
of 1000, posed, :
Egz. ar 140. 3
Pttore, or Noe. 3 sad 4
Net or No. 8; .....
Cartage et usual prices.
cas Sir Olde h n must to all: vase be aecompanied .by
the ._ . •
J COBS, , .•
Etaa rensored his
TEMPLE. OF FASHION
TO No 3 ratton's Block. Naha street. second door
above Diggs atm*
Where eau always ho towed a comptete stock of
MEWS AN) BOYS' CLOTHING,
HATS AND CAPS.,
ell food. warranted. Ind sold at the lowest rites.
I. l AAClAlVaDs'intiOAki:Uer,Mi
KILL lIR OPERKTION
Mei Gasnin returns her thanks to the blies et
Towanda and vicinity for the hberal patronage
heretofore estended to her, and bee hare to salt
atleilkon to her
zaw tmxx or KILLINERY GOODS!
Jost reeelirod. which she Is offering et the lowest
rites. Torissakis. April 18. LEM
S . woomonp,
NEW YORK BOQT AND NHOE
pars cis 'a iiirinntsiu.nx.itathor. st
IS receiving ,one of the largest • and
best stock of BOOTS SHOES SHOES ever
bkaight -in Towanda, which he is
offermg , st the Tony lowest prices for
Cashocinsistbig-of Gam Cu, Kir
k Bove Cinr Boots; LAMS,
Maio and Osamisres Shoes of all
• • • h . ill 'bought direct from the
bfinufactirers, sod hind mado,
gooduwarrantw. -A FULL moos or
_Duran - nib Fraintos.'. ' • .
Thetilde' for peGst favor, I solicit
al:optima:leo of the P . 141716.
NEW a GeO ‘ Le •
* I t"
• LI G TrAblar t ert s
• 3 '
SIGN OF THE BIG BONNET ON
MAIN STREET; • •
CONSISTING IN: PANT OF
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON:
T4MQ:l4s,.,llly e l. 15T2,
EVANS A: H.ILDRE,TH
JAPANESE CLOTHS, .23 to 371 c.
Stripe anti Figured Giptiadiucs,
DRESS LINENS, - ALL SHADES,
WRITE DRESS GOODS,
*IIITE GRENADINE, DAREGE,.
PAISLEY AND WOOL SHAWLS,
NOTING I VAN CURTAIN LACES,
Tairals and Crash,
Fancy 1 ( /moils,
Ant ritzily vtlier gooa,f. much tr.luv It.)-dari par
kct vane. .
o W E 12.• !
Tho.Light.tr4at. Most Tumble and Estee! Con
trolled Machine In the World! Mai rem:rived
the Firnt Premium wherever exhibited at
Agricultural Town and County Patna
Groton Tompkins county, W. r.
THE• 61131 G WARRIOR
Has two Driving Wheels. Iron Frame,.Steel Cut Bar
Steel-Plated Guards. Planettaarry bearing, has no Side
Waft is a Close GuardedMMbi..r It will mow the
Anent gram WITHOUT °LOGI:MSG. Can beat the
world mowing on Rough or . Stony ground: Its
protected from dirt sal grass. The
on the fluter Bhoe runs insideof, the gather
- ROllllOl3ll why it should be welcomed in = k r :
ones to thy other Mower : I. Being Wider,
holds its position on side-Wilt, the wheels running
on the. ground instead of on the- cat ; for the
mine reason mows wet or swile le e the
cut grass lying loose and Bab 3. Being close
the knives are protected from stones. 3.
he roiling motion of the Cut Bar allowing It to
pass over stones and obstructions ; passing in and
out of dead fttrrows without Stopping or 114ogging.
. The chief bawdy of th is Machine is r,- - It ma stow
the heaviest lodged or Ass wet Glom without atop..
Peoll or =Ming the team. and. no team can sulk
slow enough to elog It. Farmers should try this
Waehine before they buy,
Manufacture.' by Chas. Periigo It Co.. Croton. N.Y.
THE. EXECffiB'PATZII7 SIDE HILL PLOW
Was Invented and patented se a Side run Plow, bid
nienoti has denammmited that It le as well adap.
ted fa Leiel Lend Plowing as best 'Flat Land
Plows. We claim for it saperiorlly over any other
plowuse, tor the reason that wor well both
on side HMI smlLLevel Lint. It It
It has been manatactured for the past eight years.
and of the hundreds sold In that time not one has
been ' ratnined. Vary' Piave waninted. Ratan
price $15.00. Orden promptly attended to.
Tor farther Information in regerdl to the Young
Warrior Mower or Atte= Plow, all on or address
• Q.W. 110LOOHB• Adente _
Xs, id. Mae. Bradsted Co., Ps,
FARM • FOR SAT —The sub
=lbw often for sale his gum situated'about 3
miles from the liorongh of Towanda, on the. road
leading to Monroelon, at a bargain. The farm con.
Ulna between 90 and 110 acres, all improved
10 rims. which is well timbered. The land farm
a good state of cultlistion, good bu ldings. well
fencrod. and plenty of water. .141111 also sell ail my
personal property. consisting of homes, en** farm,
tag tropic:routs, fr.c.• ,TE3IIIB,EA2II,_,
. hiseroetort; June 19,1872. "'SAW= cour.
me awn to bring
from soma "
111.19, IR'l i
Nsw ad b•
EMnt, I« pALL TILE
B. A. PETTES, & Co.
Are ofkring great baxitas ,ln
Look at the folkParina low pricer
An immense Btyek of
From. 20 coats tronirdi
rivm 25 to 30 ccuts.
25 cents ati l t pwarils.
GIZ sl.' CLOTHS,
vicrouiA fAwss, and other
m r a n c h bcl',w lut year'■ pike
I'r ni SI.W ul!warcle., alst,
In great variety
.%t reduced prim;
2.114 . /Or - WO upwards
EVANS k itn;DRETIL.
Towanda, Jtuse 12.1872
s 411 tl
C.iM - P .& .NOBLE'S
i i:=allep Agency.
171 1.1NG A riNaliclAL etasLs pru,knit basltuiss
pat thFir trust. in . Saila linderbled seilocticy,
avuldlisi all Gregrerfasali, iv** ntalas. and sPegs•
E I 14,S:II liA.NCE
till they put.their trust in histdionwred;_Are
al healthy corpordiews, which deal '
D DOUBTED' SECURITY,
igfair rats of prntiatm ritthir than a dexhifid:
I, .offered at oallialecer priCe lke buyer will Ow.
2 1 : rie this iss. stied: we hare' recently reorganized
. .• Ace.
Miaow Companies and securing the 3geney, bT
Elif of greater aye and more et,wyle caiflat
Ei 'dun, it Is with cutire coufkluice we 4milient
allo;ving list of `Cuulpiilltia 'tor the aoar:dera-
9f vrviwity ihruers anti Cacrs,aed solicit flu)
Z of WI flair destripg
NSURANCE OF - ANY. KIND :
ar.—Capttal and Asoketta. ...... 110,000,000
ASCV6I:III A+)4I:I:ANCE Cu
CAMP it NOBLP,,- •
t;wauda, Mania . • Agent&
50 to 75c
IHE TOMPE±I4 S COVNTY SET.P
I 'IDISCITA JUNO. WHEEL F.AEE, PLAN PER
Fr. Ea AND DitoaD-CAST GRAIN AND GRASS
;In the bent Vi'beef; nake..pd the bent-Grain
(3rans Beedur and bent l'iagfr• Sower 1n the
3 I BEST. IS THE CHEAPEST
e attention of Ilratlford County l
to these VALLVAELE MACIM:h>, either eonibined
r separate. ' • .
TOIItICINB GOUT r wurs2. RAKE
been improxed since seas9n. so that Au.
TI Z -LADOZ LN DISCHARNINii 71IE ILLY LI TINTOWN
rroN ran nom. This is done by a very simple
device, and without any gears ratchets, or brakes
upon the wheels: A 12 ypZ h oi l d boy can manage
the dumping lever with esoe'w. one Pager. I ail
warrant it to rake a stack Aeowier wino:trot*, in greener
Asp, and to be suck or easily managed aid Aandkd
than any compoeting Wheel rale.
It his the beat clearing 'arrangements, and Is the
frst constructed, tin pier t, nest earilioperafrAl, thorough
werlduir aid durable irked rake tam °tiered . , the
farm Lug pub*. • - . '
AI.A The Tompkins County. Wheel Rake will nut.
hut otsheear mitre Iterolrers than Me purchase
',unity paid fur Me former zeig bus of U✓_ tatter; arlitte
the Wheel /take bait liven mare cMcient mud simple
in every way. Sena 'for my Rake circular. which
Ors fllksen maims why a good Wheel Rake la Let.
!Air and cheaper, for the farmer. than the common
ToMPEINS COUNTY SEEDER AND PLASTER
I Lam recommend as the best Lrosl•caet Sivoing
Machine I ever saw; and will 'warrant it to sfiie good
satisfaction to the farmer. It will sow perfectly
Plaster, Lime. Ashes and other Fertilizers; Clover
and Timothy Seeds, Wheat, Ilye, Oat:, Barley,. read
PRICES OF TOMPKINS COUNTY
WICSEL RA,R.R.AND SEEDT-11, DELIVERFO
, AT ANY DAIL (ROAD STATION.
Ncheel Rake. complete $lO,OO
.Plaster Sower and Seeder, attachment extra... 25.00
Wheel Ilake,Plaater Sower and S...x.ler CO al blual ~;5 ,00
Plaster Sower and Seeder; complete without. loose
Rake parts.. • 45,00
Wheel Rake attachment. or loose Bake parts.. 20,00
Ithaca Wheel Flake, at reduced prices 37.00
AIAL MACHINES IVARRA.NT.E'D
The Wlteel !take will pay the firmer.
,Tho nutter Sower will pay tllit,faimer.
The Seed Sower wil pay the farmer.
The farmer needs the Wheel ttake.
, The farmer needs the Platter Sower
*Sand for Chi7a,ari; or, call awl we my
ovrataa, Ancil 22:172
Term Exardrudlons„ Wedileitday. Tldirsdas... and.
nday..June 19, 20,--and 31.
Baccalaureate liernurti. by I)3Thei Stec k.
ltueday. June 23, at a.m., in the !met Frealiy.
i , :rian Church - . • -
Sermon before the Society or Religion". Iniraj„iy,
Py Her. Wm. Lloyd. of Rochester, Sunday, June
at 7L, p.m., in the First Presbyterian Churea. •
Qindidates for admission will be examined in
Latin. Monday. June 2i; in Greek and Mathematics
Tuesday, June 25; and other preparatory studies.
Wednesday. June 26. Examinations 'ill counronice
itt 9 a.m. - •
I:ntrivo Examinations will also be m the
same ardor. Monday. Tuesday, and Wednesday,
August 26, 2, and 28. , '
AnnniLMeetingof 00 TlNlril or Trnsteeti, Tice
'Slay'. Juno 25, at a -
• Alumni Day, Wednesday, :1111(1 26. 011ert.'sre .Uum
will meet at.the University at 12 11.112: .
Address , before the University Senate, by J. I'.
Newman, DM.. Chaplain of the U.Y. Senate. June
2 r. it 8 p.m.. in Wieling Ball.
42 °Mineliannent, ThnrSdaY. "Tune 27, at 9
rail term opens Angust
Scey of l'ai.'uity
T_JOOD ft CO.,
Still continue • o manufactory Choir celebrates
ORSE POWERS & CLEA_WRS,
d win gen a better machine, for legs money than
be had showboat In the world. We claim for
lir machines that they will do is lunch, ornici*
any other, and are more • diarably built. We
Personally superintend stir work' and see - that it is
Writ dowse We will send
of our machlans on ilThalaition• .
ONE: AND TWO nonsE POWERS,
i thte d Two Horte THRESHER d SXPE 'RA TORS.
- THRESHER aruit'LEANA'Rq.
- ouictiuti.axa DLO Raw ?lux
SAW AND onuir MILL work dOno to order.
Gltrernst a esti beforripurchsaiiig
. Vd , l 'os , ,iitioacivtra Immx
r N .I
e t ,
, E r
who eau referrtnees, and eq,.n. , t, r 'l'
TAKE 'rnri n 4 the 1,41 , 1 , L•
efrat'il FAVILT hEAVINti )t,,IIINE f•T
.1'1,,C,4 Address. F. E. KENNER, tion , ral
YounPylvardli. N. E. Corn,4 Thiri.ruth xa , l" l.
nut Streets, Fhila,l9lplr,;,. ,
ussz coNsinucTED, MOST DUR.6LE • I - 1 "" V 72-1- 4 •
TEE AMERICAN ' _
Titis nvichino Is comr.dertvl by meeltanical men to
Swing Machine ever offered to khe Ito
sotrucrry OF coNsraucrtim. EASE or root
Nmo, v.tuTry or wonr, wrrnour cilalloE
And its nnVaeOrled sneeess wherever •It hat been
Introduced: speaks wonderfully .for it as truing, tho
most complete Family Sewing Machine now In nse.
Its adaptation to - -
Ia trnly beyond ecaupetiticm. Theoe maebinev ro
for dale by - -
vuilisoN & MAX ELL;
Anil their manner of conilnctlsg their bulgur...a is
fast winning foe them the confidence of the public.
Yon can eunxine this machine at their mfr.co in
klercnr's Block, or they will cheerfully show it at
youf house withent charge or grumb:lng.
bt other agents sell yon a resehtue out of il it or.
twhind the times before,examiniug the .I.ulSitit , .‘4.
Orders by mall, or otherwiike, will ivet ire pr.nu lt
attention. Tuw nada, Bey 1, 1572..
'PST* On Saturday, May 25,
- ts72.:ennow In Towanda, rorongh, or 4etween
Towanda mut Mater, a BLACK LEATHER roc KET
BOOK, containing about $2O-tn money. The finder
will be liberally rewarded by leaving -the mine at
this office or with MIME= BARBOUR, Ulster,
.lily 25 1671 —at' •
ng our oiniectiuxt
DAILY ACCIDENT TICKETS
The farmer needs -the Grain and Grace
it M. WELLS.
LIGHT. OR /L'EAVY WORE.
OF TOWLIIDI, F.A.
IotELDGE. LETtiliG.- -s -Seale4l pro
..a.P iamb veal ha *retired at the hones
IlUton. In Burlington West. •on THUZIIDAT JUNI/. r,
W. for Mao be ndsng ar,,i
couvaftaa a BMW" 'wets gam Creek twit Ur
house of ..losephlbston ant latenahtp. gp ecr ,,
cations - toe the same may bo seen at uto
stoner' S otheo..enti tt (ho house of lossopb
for ten clay' previous to said letting.
J. IL HMO,
- E. O. KELLOGG,
. WORM tatzrsu,n, •
Connattestoucea lettl; May 21.1812 -
T W MARKE T S .
A . . v s A- L E mums.
aurocsea inry viettgeswito b 7 C. Is. FATun .
wwtbject o changes ditty.
hale. 9 bush _
Sge, totab• • ••
Budre * beat, * bush
Beans, da hub.
'Butter (2 0 111) .*
do (dabl.)l3 UM'
.1 3 bash,
CW=l. 11 bush
. Wsulerrs OP GO.lll4—Wheat 601tL ; Can; 34 Ihn •
Rye 66 lbs.; Oats 321E44 Barley 44 lbs.; stko n ,b.,
'4B lbs.; Beans 62 Ulm: Bean 201b5.; Blamer Peed fk;
lbs. ; Timothy Seed 44 lbs. ; Deed Peaches lb, •
Deled'Ayptes 22 lbs.. Flee Seed 50 lbs. •
f l t
Filer, LLST—CASCADE MILLs.
moui.beat Wintex irturat.Pr; lack— - '' ...... .12
hundred Ina ...... ..... "I
te • • -" " 1 " barrel ......... ... f r *,,.
reed. per cart -
Oust= grinding nasally done at once: he th e ce
putty of the :Kati 1 3 saffhlent for largo ay:greet ef
work. • H. B. Mara.
Camptotrni May 22.112.. ,
RIDGE LETTING.-- -,Se a l e d pr o _
_ILP p — o - ialgilvlll-bk-roceil - m_d at the boom 0tx....
iieeleY. in Welles Tvrp., on Titeaar" - •, fp . - ',,, - 7 - y?, i,, :.
until 2 teeloole, son., for tbe imlldinz and - n:l,, t.
log a Bridged across Mlllertown Creek.llP•ar -c.i...,.
bowie of Albert Seeley. In said Townanip, - liver,(:.
mdloto for the same may bo seen it the Comm.:.
loner!' orrice. and at the hOnso of Albert 5e, , 4 7 v,
ten days pre‘l (PIN to said leStinE.•
• I J. E. lIINps
E. C. EELLiiGG._ •-•
C.mnb'...- 4 .'.mier'B , ol . lkr, May 27, 1872, cm,•,..
S 8 1 / 4 G OFF AT .COST'
Guar LAII6.UNS OFFERED ;
OH account of a o: ,, ntemp;atol chninin in
my entire Mock .of 0000. coosiating of a lay ; ,,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
BOOTS, ISIIOES, HATS .5.: CAN,
TLUNES, 7VALLiES, kC.,
sixty day's i.e oreml
AT COST ! FOR CASH'.!!
Parebaxent are . to. examine arK)
-geo‘le- • .
oil, door er•v:ir.of 1 , 0;v01 A: Co., Main stre..l,
Towanda. May 30, 1872.
O.RTANT . TO ALL WIIO
1 'ARE Or LITPROVINi
STOCK. The undersigned Lacing purchased a
Durham Aim the celebrated Luke of oxfo : x.
imported by Samuel Thorn, would offer bite f0r4.1,
vice the present ECISQI I -Str $2 per puw: .1140 11.E.h
KIRK, 2tol, two yearn old iu June, at $l , r
For either the monerrorrßt be paid at time of bria2:
In cow. 'Would also offer either of the nbev. f.:
sale and werrant them Yiudlted gentle. Aleeit'ev, ,
young attic and idellori.7os.
May V, 1°,72 .-32;.'
1 1 HRESHISCr
mbscrili,r has for Fait; a NMEELL:
ER and Llootr. rowcr. Tcrnrs to hUit 1;1 relia,vr.
A. J. I; kIinSLT
- 31onuta:n La.e, ra.. Zulu! 4. '
CAIITION.—AII . persons are C7tll-
tloned aaainst pnrcha.4ing a note gi•s.n by ni•
G.W.,I 4 IIILLIPS, for t dated April 1o•
the garlic has been once paid. 311:6. A. I'AXNE.
Shoshognin. Jc4io ;1, 1872.-w3 , •
T CT_LOYELSNIY. -SON,
Arawaractnrere and dealers ui
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, -
STOCKING - YARN, ROLLS, &C..:
COTTON WOOL SIIEUING
Wool and +cred fn, of a har:
J,l3.Deeliaying wool to fart:. or card
lKntlt ` :r riqre_ni
0.:Mr..., at G. H. k C. G. Wchb" , ...%;',. ,
Lt C. G. lianley k Fun's; Wept Franklin, at t I
Grind] k C 0...: Leßoy, at B. S.-I'tiara'a;
at E. It. Bechcr's; Mansfl , ll,l, at J. W:
,31. ('lark: Nor th TUW:I7.I , IA.
W0.,1, Oilecl and rpm' 'FT 'l7, ...at
Troy. Jain• c,
C DR :Vit Q UIIART"S •
dioLhiti - COIiDISL
' llse , b...rn favorably knower for years, an l'
L'with i•licceer. , iu- thoubalia•
F j lt 41 worn:A.. intruNlialr" rr h 7 -,
A , St3I3IER COSIP.T.AINT,
tiou, and in painful p•riolical felualc
it is a :, , vereigti recuoly.
.1-1 • Ituatl the cin:ular and t. tinmvias 111-10. f.
LIl. L"I:c 11 flT'•s
r rrepart,l at wilke.4:.ar
May :1. 1572.-6 . a.
1111 E ritrzßY,.
TWO WHEEL MO E 1
coIryLI:TE: SUCCESS of the.
-Wheel _Mower has ne.v‘er been equalled in tie 111,5 , -
ry of !now:nu . and reaping inaehineic From ev,.ry
part of th country there conies united t...stineq*
tu-regard t., its n.:rfectly sansfactory perb•rte.in. ,
in every: pos , il,"•• hind wort. Last ear I
forty of these Kirby Liow4.l nearly all to be used
this comity. • It was the liri‘t searon of tzar...dint: o u
:nto this i.-rritory. During the season's usj.
Kirby has estalpshea for itself an enviable
tionfor.itsottasa compkto and Caluable Ino"nn;
Its repntation 3,zt a lig Ireh and rorerfni
mower, for ad.rittint; to ki MIS nr lrass and o •
face, and for the k.."OIIPLE'rE roNTIIQL OVER Till.
tfUTTISO .AlT.t%tTus. have never been.equalird.
being what is called a high geared - n
chine . it, has nevertheless exhibited WONDEIIIII.
CI 7 TTING I'OWIT. when 'driven at a vr.rx SLOW
salt :—eanrin, thoret.y all The advantage's
•• high pared ' machine. without ifs recry nth n flo
aigativmlbge ; namely : wearing out =pony. awl
btnitm slnirt lived, in consequence of .extreme
:notion. Send for circulars. lt,-Nt.
Towanda, 5111 W 5, 1872. General .1-ge,d•
T ow,vi DA MUSICAL AC ADE Ir
5U54,11. 1 184.108.40.206N.k COLLEGI.kTE INSTITUTE,
Purils win be re.7elved it any time at thetdla•'s:
Piano. Forte, rnrila, per .quarter,
Including llarmony and Ywal class, per
EILICILT UAW QUAT,TEILLT lY AC vAsCt.
-Ikcitationt twice a-Nyeel:. No dedwtion Or t• D.
1,13c1e up." eicept in. caw of illness' of.
ono wok's (tar/then.
Thr• Music School is classiffeil into three d•-pr"-
meets; viz : Preliminary, Primary and Athan:
There will bc.a certif;te given at the cempl;:if , ; ,
each conrse with the musical standing Of tb , :.puro
• Pupils from a distance will find accommodatt.
for board and piano_ practice in the lu:4:mu,. •I
very moderate prices.
Torres--Mr. Sherwood has a proz,n , s%
comprising the best modern inctbilds.is•.: .,
prominent featr.res - and. appliances of th, • •
filar 3luslcal Academy. of v; Inch t
itev. 11. Sherwood,tormerly pf fuel -, a , -1
Mr: Edgar t. Eibcrircs"st has ° derided- talost
musical acquirements. and extensive expertese.
teaching.—Editor Roc)icater Mosico/ 11,1 re.
ToWanda. May 9,1372. •
►rOWANDA -COAL , YARD:
The undi..raignetl, baring learM the t'or I Y.ol
Pock at the old "Barclay Bnain," and pa-t 4-01eIV .
large Coal-bongo and Oelee upon the pren,”.....
new prepared to fornieb the eitireaa "
vtetuity with the different kinds and sizes
tamed coals upon tire most rassonabbL •',3
quantity desired. rricea at the Yard utd2l 1 - 140 , . 1
notteo. per net ton of 2000 pounds:
ANTII lIACITE .'o:a
Egg, or No. 3
stove, or Noi. 3 and
Nnt or N.A.'S •
FrCLII4AI 4 I . AS7IIRACITE COAL.
Net - •
'l l3 *ctlY - I.ninn 4 60
.- - (tun- of Nines " .4 On
F!no, or lllacksmiltr„ .............. 9 30
.:(11 . ,.. f. , :lowing adilitional charges will Ny mule ter
!' . l.'l , t.;', 0411 A 'thin the borough limits:
L , r 'l'..n., .30 cents '
. Extra for carrying in, 30 o nil - ,
thilf Ton , .:15 .f. . . . .25
gr.T0n...25 ...; o ...: ~ 25 ..
fir Onlers mly he !:'ft at the Tard, corner of Rll_
r 03,1 and XIiZSLA Wl' Street, or at Porter & - littl . Y' .
'Drug elt.:.-0.'... ..
IM.Orders.trindi Da all roes lie acroliqloho —. ,
11. , i -1 , 11 . NVI:II 3IO.*:%T %NI: .
'rejll . 3 'l', .;t , . ' 1.1,12--.1.1 - .
h I no
1) 0 0 '4
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