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.y, August 8, 1872.
B E ND GENERAL.
Awfully 1 . gcarce local ' items
1 _ .
re l . The barber shops f. of place
arc nOw closed on Sunday.
seii°, C. F. liin i oLs and C. N. WALS.-
En are erecting cinching houses on Boston
Arcot. I • .
sir A new ebeu has been organiz
ed for' the Presbyterian church, with Prof.
Oita: as leader araorfauiat.
may. Ex-Gover l or Tii G, NOBLE will
agldrem the pecrplo et Waverly, in the Opera
How, this evenin t , , '
LArelers arid others will
addrcra the Opract and wzism.cub of Camp
lowti, op Friday ereping next.
tos.; Sons B. gouGu is spending
FCS eqd Weeks in Dioritro . se, and will deliver two
It c tnres:therethe present month.
setr-, The Caailp-
mOcnce CVCl7 'l ,ol i f
r,rioj, at 7:30 o'clock.
iciiing this Ireek on the
Ilnst n etico
‘,lll ctcct a (lira .
MOT has parchas
t, of Grp. B. lirat, and
. Cols • ..
oar 'Bey. S. 1";, Tis preaching
.Iwl or g anizing Presbyterian churches in Sulli
xan county. ii_
10 4,. Thep-emir nd 'WiLsoN Club
Li, , t loAltorrow ( ri4l3) ovening, at the Club
TO 1:1 Orfkr the B Wrin. ofilee.
toN6 The St. trick Benevolent
--,..tit s of thisi i ilaco istri l d Barclay, hire a pie
hi, in Catart.L's grocc, iingnst 15th:
sce . Temp
etlittcittplate a social Enacting nest week,
to m lack their nuinitiatial friends will be Writ
$0,.. meeting' for the purpose of
0, ',,,inzliti.;, niln..vst and \NILSON Clul, will be
1,1 , 1 t 51,, , School flops , Union Corners, on
xv'oi . .lny, August 17,18712.
eh, haN:o flies
th, o.lnfort of guests.!
Ste Our enterprising _builders,
11. liatoN .t..FLEirnio, have been award
,the c.ditritet for fdd him: the stood work
hotel DOW lief d; erected in Waverly.
--.,- 1 •• I - ,
:I;. The Ilingburnton GRANT Club
Lis imore !names than th t, Republican p'arty has
• •ver rolled votes in the Miy, That does not look
s though .the Onimu4 Democrats arc making
much heailway itillroMiin county.
The Pcni aiq;
i4:O, enlarged form. If
the es tAblishint tit Ja
tho Beni, the light
!Itg., Mrs. Jowls
.u.! 111, 11 to f4l/(l2lts lC
t! rite! acconntli
+! uwptm , u lc'prc..
pe= " We have .;,Ikeady 'succeeded
•t.:,4 thirty Itt•pubtiettus to join the Dem
!t..! party, - said a (n j ounnent Democratic
pd . !, hot !!! thi> ',have to i l a friend the other
'ray. Democrats itare all come ()ter 'to
.1‘ tL, ,)reload?.
ts,;sVl , lean/ that a severe hail
p..ozieti over the t un s
ps of Springfield
all Cehushia, on Frid4 last. A golitlpinatt
In thu. section Curtire j a by the storm; says
!,, i...!...t1 ap hailbtoseslint;situring 11 incites
.11 . .
ltir W , e
regret learn that, AL
.., one of t 4 editors of the..Mid
-1:cf,...;:- N. Y. , died on Monday morn
:dr. K. was a !!hung man of much
:: 1: .; . and it/ his death! the fraternity lota
ahh mcnii;er. lie loaves a young wife
Titi+3ll'B.or and a party of
armed in this rilsce yesterday atter
imnistore steamer. The "e,raft'+
.+n , 4 , +yesterday, and Was auxismsly looked
' Ih.. afternoon, butt water interfered
rapid pri.gress of the "Dona.," and the
11,1 r , : , 11 the mJT--
r litri until yesterday.
trS- A GRANT andr% inso).: Club has
, p.! ramptown, with the following
, . -
)', JAMES DONOn?E.
• • ~t J. r. Bra:.
L • I
_ 1 •7.111,te C( I?. Ult., U. B. IN°.
•'I 1: , 1). ('))))1:, IA .0310 CAMP, thluftms.
A friemtwritin i c , us from Skin
'II, hay. n , . Greel..s Men at the Eddy, none
•m<ntnU Mal " Detnoensts. Before the
:) , .)))•)r C not utiuu, they, talked that he was
• • 1.. ~"t reliable : but slnce hug recent bsp
) ce.e`raey 1110,pore kind at Bath- ,
)). 1 Is• will go gown with them. Be- 1
m, rte tai the top and aronnd _ his head,
);) ,1 littht , liming from Atmocracy, he ought
with them. I am glad
;,,4 a Democrat, tlierci aro tic) many lipter
I.IIOIIIP 01 them sugar-coated."
evxed Mr. W. T.
street e other day. Why
J r.,1 of Binghamton, is in
mast stlish phaeton on the
s.yr, Ir., nn the
you . gi‘e us
Mrs. W. P.
and has plc
LidLte MoUrit , w, E. T, ILLIOTr, G. D. 31oN
. • ~u,l N. N. ThrrrA, •r.. have returned
tts•ir summer trip. I ,
: , 1:1,•. l'ACliEn and EIOIICCISTEAMIAN pax
-1,..1 •:ir of the "Thousand Islands" on the
- ~ f 11:(.:r recent visit there.
1m1 . .,1 TIFI:I. BOUTF..—There seems
- .. karth .4 infor.inat on as to the best
.• ":1 tray, i il, the: tir th it direction, to this
thz' rrsort„ For Nir:gara Falls the Erie
,•,..• :. th, route: also itir Cooperstown and
.., n• watrrtn.: ilaccti, including Sharon
jJt r , :a.l penetia es one of the finest •
• 1 rt. , ' 1 , ;, , tnr, ,, , 1 ne trnlcis in America--the
•,. :, ~ti !.11,4 front , inlei latidscalic with &fill'
"•;••r,:: t. ,, :-, t. the wiltlc.tl and most Switzer •
••• 1 :••,..: 0 the State. P.iltway civilization is a
"1.:14; in Arnerica, Etna the Erie route men
t,•-• 'd.4 ht„.:11 it. , ,,ition of !hving reduced the
t-r 11 1 ,4 t ,- , ti“...romft.rt and convenience of
.• -• •: ~ t., tin, art. - Nyhat with drawing
• , at ears tie attt sleeping care, and other
' ' . , F• ippointniont?, ta Erie, in many re
',.:s wirpa.4sed by-rut 13ther road in the
".r• snd tinder its pr sent management
3 • '• - t•-) Itt.z slccussful hi it never has been
if_ •.• .1,4 , r,:ti1, •ittly 24, 1E72.
• 14. At tlic quarterly election of
1 ' .S 9. 46111. ()I lit G. T., the follow
vry'rlecttA,lth4lie ensuing term:
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' i VIWIF 4110 fr". :'
Department of AgrionitrzL i owninersted the
4listributicol metal vezielitseilf WV
wheat to all the Btates and adapted
tolts groWth, This distribitkm will be com
pleted during the current mbnth, thus eft;
ample time fair sowing In all theta:slides where
winter wheat lit cialtirated. A large diatribe.
tion of rye Will follow this of Fall
wheat. The Department made arrange
ments for lie early distribution of vegetables
and grass I seeds to its correstiondowto and
others in the South.
A MniOast , Tnni.—The• following
selections of New Music can be had for, Thirty
Cents by '
reading for the Ovid number of
Priers' iftiiical Mont Mg. The piece. - are also
published in Sheet Form at the prices atimt;reat
"Beet Ide,*iiggie," Song and Chorus, Hays,
40 cents ; '1 Bright Star that (*owns with Beau
ty," Song, Macke% 80 cents; 'Do Dot Weep so,
Sister Dar4g," Song and :rus, Stoma% 30
cents; "My! Beart weari," Wad, Conned,
50 cents ; " 3ocus Polka,"1? Bands, Straus,
33 cents; "Studied Schottiltche," Goole, S 5
cents ; "Georgia's Waltz," Kinkel, 33 cents
" ftosalba riaki Mazurka," libber, 40 cents;
" Laub eulogies," Morceau elegant., Kinkel,
40 cents. Address, J. L Pcrzis, 599 Broadway,
• New York.,Five back numbers of Peters' Mu
sicol Monthlii will be mailed, Post-paid, on on
ceipt, of tl.
THE Mir TO .Ax•nurriET..—The dull
season, as it is called, irt the best limier remu
nerative advertising. When ptspple have moat
leisure they read moat. At the watering places
and numerous summer resorts; where tourists
are congregated, the merchant who takes ad
vantage of his opportunity - fall to send
his circular ;Ur, if he depends upon nowspaPors
- mainly, he will not pus by they quiet dullness
of Summer without keeping his business con
stantly before the people whi: have deserted
the town for more congenial life in the open
It pays to advertise judicimLly— it pays to
advertise if the truth Is told. It don't pay to
stop advertising. All you have (spent is wasted,
if Gy your neglect to keep the public acquaint
ed with the advantages you offer, they discover
the usual enterprise wanting at any time for
any reason in' the management or. your busi
" What's the matter with A. a et*. Co., they
don't advertise any. Guess they aro played
out," said a friend of ours, not long since. Well,
sure enough, when wo had our attention called
to the fact, it did appear so to us, and it was
not long before we , read among the items of
the day, " We regret to announce the tempo
rary suspension.of the well knoWn firm of A. B.
C. .t. Co. Liabilities and assetsinot yet ascer
tained," .ote. I" By a throat latch" wins the
race. Neel) a little ahead; don't get tired, for
it is just here the applause is against you, and
once the popular current sets adversely, you
may " throw np the sponge," for you aro no
longer counted among the probable winners of
the ravel Intelligent, persistent effort ; truth
ful advertising IA season and but of season,
fair dealing, small profits, one price strictly id
hered to, and the Usti's C. 0. D. to
surely result to succes's to a retail establish
aura of this
The absc.ucp of tlic
coutributO grcaUy to
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THE LEHIGH 1' /iLLEV PiAILItHAD.— I
Ilstax - r.an, of the Syraefase Cour r ie^, has made
a trip over theiL. V. Rlt., and tells his readers
what, he knows about ties acenety, etc., along
the line of the popular road :
"This road is peculiarly situated, running
along the Lehigh Valley on the tow -path of the
old Pennsylvania Canal, (now abandoned),
which made it easy of construction--the tow
path on one Aide and the North - Branch of the
Susquehanna on the other—until we reach the
Lehigh Valley river, and further south the
Delaware river. No.nne is adepiate to decribo
the scenery alorg this road; it is peculiarlygrand, and while the traveler Is Weary he can,
by looking out of the plate-glass arewing room.
ecir window, see winch to interest , him, and, if
appreciative of fine scenery, can while away the
time very rapidly. At this time' of the year,
when Nature is so , lavish of her charms, and
when frequent sticiwers are so 1b =dant, this
valley welcomed us in her brightest summer
garb. Was ever grass so green or foliage so
bright before, as clothed these rounded slopes
and crooked curves? No monotonous red glare
ur uniform dull mist, but the sunshine which
lights up the country we are dashing through,
is set off by background of flm.cyClonds in the
distance, with golden edges towiard the sun,
and dark shadows behind ; and see over yon
der, where you !wive just come from, only four
miles distant, and bad to come twelve miles to
get here, up a grade averaging ninety-Six feet,
and in some places, 21-1 feet to the mile. The
place we refer to is the Wyoming Valley, where
, you see scattered ,about the beautiful- valley.
many villages. The largest are Wilkes-Barre,
Pittston, South Wilkes-Barre, and many Othepi.
One can hardly realize that we have just pass-
1 ed along beside these villages, going now in a
psrallelline to them only three or four miles
distant. Aud see over yonder a Summer show
•er is falling, while hero the landscape is danc
ing in golden light. People talk about the
wonders of the old world ; surely the wonders
at home are greater. We were kindly invited
by the Superintendent, Mr. Mitchell, to ride
on the engine while ascending the mountain.
It was of no particular interest,ruitil you arriv
ed at diminished speed near the, top of the
mountain; when, as we have said,jiiew beauties
presented themselves, marvelous to behold.
Either side of us,. far as the deep: blue moun
tains could be camped, and "nearer by the
green mountains would loom up, while still
nearer the highlands. partly covered with
Woods andinterspersed with tilled lands and
the ripening crops, all lent such beauty to the
scene. Awav up there so high, with the after
noon simlight shining , brightly down on the
golden grain nearly ripe for the harvester,
while here and there deep shadings were rest
ing, and the fresh green of the woods combined
with the low land, with many vilhiges and val
leys. and extending over thousands of acres
and as far as the eye can reach. All these dif
ferent and - inteesting views tend l make the
appreciative beholder glad that h has taken
this unique route to the place of, is destina
I)eared kist week
It.be -apparent snccess
iirrsnted by the I;tni
lisliers are to 11 . Con
of the Means
deliciout ice cream,
'ere day. We opine
soiree degree for the
+brays found around
board "at this popu-
OvwroN.--I. thought p rohably your
readers would be interested -in hearing from
this part of the county, for I do nbt remember
that I have seen an article in your paper from
this place in two years, except one, and that
announced some very large oats that grew on
the Whortleberry Mountain. W have some
very fine oats here this season, but not so large
as two years ago ; the crop will not be as good.
as it was diem lam not aware whether there
arc any oats growing on the Wltortleberry
Mountains now or not, but there o plenty of
Iterries,:as well as people to pick I cm. A gen
tleman Crum some part of the co ty was fortu
nate enough to find also a young child, which
apparently was but a few hours old ; but no
thing was found of the inhuman Mother. The
gentleman took the child home acid cared for
il, and we trust will continue to dFso until it
,shall be able; to take care of Itself.
Hay-making is not over with
weather has been so unfavorable
three days iu the week would be
ors could work at IL The crop is
is not very good; corn promises
Polities is the main topic of col versation in
the stores, iaiglnia and hotel of Overton. if we
can itiege of the political sitnation!of the corm
.try from our neighborhood, we would certainly
pronounce (Mawr and Wmeos our President
and Vice President for the next four years. We
know of but one Republican voter is doubt
ful for the regular Republican ticket. So if
there is no more change thrortghobt the coun
try (and we ha've no reason to believe there is)
there is no danger of the success of the Demo
cracy, by their flank movement in preaching
I " reform," "honesty," "onei term,7 etc.
Mr.. -- has been, running about the country
trying to obtain subqcriticTs - to
De did not suiceed very well, we
His friends are not prepared for al
and wonderful change. There are
her of Democrats in this neighh
say'they will not vote for arSELE'fi
think he would do well to send su
ry plants into this section.
The - canvass fir county officers
We are sonic one nearly every day
fog a nomination.
'-There is some talk of starting a
A certain "ter9ale woman has
band because he drinks. She kne
Yun may bear frouKtue again.
Overtuu, July 3L /b 72.
probably the best instrument ever brought in
to the county, is offered for sale dt great bar•.
gain. It is a Burdett (I.),,ii•inatiujo, the kind
nsed by Tier.siArtri Bnos., in theirt4rneerts; has
ttio bank of keys, eight real stops, pedal bass;
and is adapted for either vocal o r instrnmental
ptirra.es Thy^rct.iclar price of it is $475,
,t• 1, ,;.,•1•. gi0.•11
t , r: It sl • I It is ,ff.r.041 fr
kir - A iirst•claLi3 Cabiu
i2 - . , f. I 1,. tr.]." v.t .'au - said refer
eui:v.l to le tiling musicians given, by calling on
rU. F. Chiall0,911;,11 fail
Ulm statioesm • •
tillrakinxkol.eivem**44 l 4.
mai and iripodelailiinicatid MI dim:
ie. The American Sewing Na
dine k the beet
Flour and 'nod at idol, st,
Towanda Stoma float Milicdstivered fres.
lOU Keystone Cloibbig. Palace,
Mithistroet, next to First Baßoont Bonk.
MS: Fine boots made to order
L. L. KOODI & 00%
*or The best lot of Marble Tables
in town. Won a Ism
anti Black Bulks, at the 800 St o, 2 doors out
of Moreau's Dank.
Mir Campaign Badges and Song
slam at CALWB%
fig" ROOMS over MooDs Co.'s
Btoto for root. Etn n uiro of W. A. Cautazzus.
itir Fruit Jars, Tumblers, Bowls
ate., for Jelly, at Wicsmis & Suez's Store.
good socond-hand Piano,
tine cue, oOTOII octave-a, for sate at e, barpin.
Enquire at this °Moo.
la. If ion want a good Corn Cal
tivator, call upon IL M. Maims for.the best.
no. Ground Plaster $6.00 per ton,
at Towanda Ream Flour 111111 a.
118. Nitrous Oxide Gas for extract
ing teeth, at KZLLT b fleatiLtes.
Wl Cum is supplying his
en with everything in the line of Book. awl
A largo assortment of Brack
eta Jost received at 'Piton fr. Solts.
ier The American Sewing Ma
cliinols the boat. „. .
jg Mrs. E. J. Mosos has tho lar
gost'varicty of straw goods in this vicinity.
lam' Largo stock of Red and Whito
Wheat Flour, at McCaus k Etnraaos%
IS. Two girls sluited 'for. cooking
and dining-room work. Good Wages paid.
quire at Inatituto, Towanda.
Vol" Furniture just, reduced 25 per
cent, e.t, Ynoisr Box&
July 15, 1872.
4' Maltese," " Climax." and
"Dollar Bogard" Soap. Try them For sale
at IL J. Loin's.
Mg. For fine clothing, inspect N.
dowsstrrtes immense stock, Main street, mast
kfkirst National Bank.
_N OP The best assortment of Gents'
Famishing Goods at N. Go',smarm's Keystone
Spring and Summer
Goods at N. GoLosstrrn's Keystone. Clothing
nl+~• Northern Lodge No. 223, L 0.
or (1.1-;`reipaesta a full attendimee on Friday
evening, as business air importance is to be
tar F..J.-Cxtairss, at the Post Of
fice Book Store, keeps all the Daily and Weekly
Papers; and All Miscellaneous and School Books.
He sells cheaply, too.
sor Many families are troubled
almt getting a good qiudity of flour. The beat
way to ebviate all difficulty in this respect, is
always to buy the superior brands sold by
Mi; J. O. Paola it Sees haye jest
made a great reduction in, the price of Furni
ture of £ll kinds. Come and ace. -
July 15, 1872. •
.1% , . large and desirable assort
ment lat'Trimtned Hats and Bunnets,, at very
IoW prices, at the sign of the Big Bonnet.
mar W. A. Cruainsaux not only
his the-hest arranged Jewelry Store to North
ern Venusylvania, but also limps the largest
assortment or goods.
s The Bradford County Tempe
rance COnvention L 0. of 0.T., meets at Rome,
Pa., August 21 and 22,1872.
S. C. GATLOILD, Dist. Seey.
Wyalnslng, July 24, 1872.
JIIs BEcnvED.—A fresh supply of
Black Alpaca 4, Striped Grenadeens, Japanese
Stripes, Percale, Brown and White Linen, Gran
Cloth, Prints and Shawls, for the Summer
trade, at B. A name ts Co.
'O.:LAZARUS tt 'Norms, marinfac
tarns of those celebrated spectacles, have
changed, their agency from 3. Lluousitnt's to
Wit. A. CLIAKBEBLAINIL
*Ol-The Universal White Woven
Tucked Skirt, and all kinds of Hoop Skirts and
Bustles, an be had very cheap it B. A. PETIVI
840-13ny your Tea, Coffee . and
Spices at the Bed, White and Dino Tos Store,
Bridge street, Towanda, Pa.
• Moors-At . h Evzutrr•
itir If you don't know what you
want in the Book and Stationery line, call on
C. F. Ccosa.
Mir 75 cents per pound for good
Chewing Toixiceo; at the Bed, White and Blue
Store, Bridge atreet, Towanda, Pa. Try it and
Sea for yorirselves.
yet, for the
that two or
r owl. Wheat
o be a fair
Messra. - JuNr. & Lzwis have
for solo paper water pails, wash bowls, etc.
Those who !taco need these articles prsnounco
them far snperior to tin.
Sir McCADE & EvwAlws have But
ter Tuba, Firkin'', and 3 Tubs ; • fino lot of
Asuton Salt. sold at lowest figures.
Itir NOW is the time to buy sugar
cheap, as it alwaya advances during the Stem
mer seasen. Dicklart t EDWASteII have a large
FOR SALE.—A..large braiding lot
on Poplar street. Sae 88:131 feet., Wotid
make two good lots. Nor barn on back and.
Will be sold cheap, as the owner wishes to
kayo town."2Teratt easy. Enquire at this of
ch a madden
-'The best place in town to buy
tine family , flour is at McCABE EillsasDa'.
They deal in the ripest brand'', and-warrant
every package sold.
ler For first class insurance
a g ainst loss or damage, or fire or lightning,
call at illterttax k Butte Agency.
• has bcgtw.
Mel.. -Do you want .a sewing ma
chine, and do you know that the Unger never
disappoints? +Mr seven years' experience we
can truly , say that the Singer does giro pathilac
tion. 'teams & Mice, kgenta.
eft her Itus-
finoss is now soiling off his
stock„ pre . paratory to filling up for fail trade.
U you want wall paper, now is your ;time to
buy it chrikply. And if you want a good book
you should select it now, while the stork is be
ing disposed' of.
AT LiftST IT HAS DFX:q r Orri).-1:110'
elixir seat tbat wdt icier wear oat. J. 0. Frees ,
SoNs ilia now rrerarril to rnt scale in an
kinds of chairs with Gardner's patent &sir
seat, wtdO,h is the beet sod 'post durable neat
in the wokld. Call and eekit.
• 211140.101-4 4 16411 1 #
— " ----711 " 1141114 " 111 " — giS i th
Übe 'WOW alklialiblard War
is Ovoid io apply Eons Parses sad Thresh.
tog MINN iiiesrlissilipiliS4 1:11111 POI
isisileg sad UM assmilhalsress.
air Geed', in great variety. Jut reoeire4 at
B. Perm & WS. - •
kr moo= A; EsN/Alllll re
adied a was hnvice of Sas sod caw dace the
ream' of the duty, and tibribeir iisitosters
Entovai Ettawarlii ' tic Os. Will
room their Jove 47 !tote how Bann% to
itstotsuiles Block, opposite at Want Room
JO' Gong it, lialtaioN hove re
moved gait libirchant Taikidissastsblialmant
to the afore of N. Cigklment. one door aoodi
of the National Bank where they will be pleas--
ed to - sce *sir hisod‘ They have esgaged a
Mathew sponger and are prepared to do any
in that line.
air In order to make preparations
tot our rell stock, we will eel our spring and
Burnam geode at low *rens. It will 'therefore
be to your interest to examine ow stock, as we
eel the cheapest at the gemstone Clothing Pal*
Foe Sake.—The lot now occupied
by the Public School House on Second and Pine
Streets, Is deed for site. no lot bait a front
ease( 223 feet on Second street, and 77 feet on
lino. The propertrwill be sold in one** or
in lots to suit purchasers.,
D. D. Nozzaw,"
& W. Ro Duw
liar Our enterprising furniture
dealers J. 0. Facer A. - Boss, - itave secured the
agency for the celebrated Wakefield Earth
Closet, and have an assortment on land. The
Earth Closet has been tested for several years,
and gives universal satisfaction wherever used.
For the sick room it is almost a ficoessitY.
- Fps FLowens.—M tho 'Summer
has opened with its genial breezes and '6oWI
ficiwers, B. A. Firm A Co. hare the best mace
lion of Millinery Goods and Flowers in 'rowan=
da, for the lowest prices, at the sign of the Big
ifir The edition of tho Road and
Poor Lairs of this county, compiled by Capt.
W. U. Carmocuait, is limited, and township
officers whO desire to procure copies, should
apply soon. The work 'slur sale at this office.
Mr J. 0. Wean has rented the
stool in Norm's Block, immodiately east of
Idercnr's Bank on Park street, and will open on
the lat day of August with a full and complete
steck.of crockery, glass-ware; poke!, notions,
table linens, etc., cheaper than the Cheapest.
Eicnaton Warm DILMEit, or
bnproted MB Curb and Bucket. A good de
mand is springing up for this convenient affair.
It is a good thing. Giro the Excelsior Water
Drawer a trial and yon will hie - it. U. K. Y.
Wuzzra sells it.
Nir The Sullivan Anthrazitil is the
Coal foi spring and Bummer use. Nothing like
it. It kindles easily, makes a quick Lire, and
can be as-small as desired, a quart burning u
readily as a busheL /t never dies out, burning
- all down to white ashes, and renders real Slues
of no further use. The pleasantest and cheap
est in this or any other market for domestic
is. During our interview, -the
American Consul at ritankok presented the
King an elegant assortment of his medicines
from Dr. J. C. Area, of Lowell, Mass., for the
use of the Court. Re explained to his Majesty
their origin from the great chemist and their
uses. The Cherry Pectoral for coughs--the
Sarsaparilla for eruptive diseases, and the Ague
Care for the fevers that arc so fatal in this hot
country. The dangerous condition of s favor
ite wife. in the palace with one of the disorders
these medicines cure, gave him special interest
in these products of medics! skill; indeed, these
medical marvels interested him more in our
country than all the other attentkaut wo had
, -shown him.—Letters from e Laxly ix SAM.
A Case.:—l take this method of re
turning my sincere thanks to the Miming' of
Bradforl county for the liberal patronage they
have bestowed upon me this past season ; and
a continuance of the same being an undoubted
fact, as our goods have given, and always will
give, satidaction. We are having inenufactuv
ed in Philadelphia the largest and most com
plete stock of Fall and Winter goods ever wen
in Bradford odunty. Ileum Gotta &Mclianos,
the popular and stylish merchant tailors, are
located in our establishment, and are prepared
to take your orders for stylish clothes. Our
Etta of Gents' Furnishing Goods next Fail will
surpass any outside. or the large cities, as (t is
my intention to have a stock of the period.
Keystone Ck4lting Paine.
lir 3. 0. FROST & SONS wish to
put a Woven Wire ilattrom in every bona° in
Towanda, on a month's trial, and if It does not
nit them, they will all and take it away. Now
is your time to get perfoet sleep. Be sure-you
try, and then you will buy.
EUSINLIS EDI:T.3:1101;1.-110 BUYAST
and Brnarrolt Buffalo Bnsiress College and
Telegraph Institute, established in 1851, and
still under the management of J. C. Banta
k. SON is the most practical snd popular busi
in the country. Book-keeping,..
Penmanship, Commercial LAW Telegraphing,
Banking, Commission, BroVt;itge, eta. eta.,
taught by actual practice. 'Students a ssisted
in securing business positions. Papers and
circulars sent free to all who will address J. C.
'Bann do lion, Buffalo, N. T.
Mahe famous Susquehanna Min
ail Spring House, located in Rush, Stave
hams Co., Pa., is now open for the reception
of guests. • On account of the beauty of its
scenery, the purity of its air, and its invaluable
mediallle timings, feW places offer greater -at
tractions, both to pleasure seekers and invalids
than this delighthd smsuiter. resort. The water
of Susquehanna Mineral Spring is a spe-
cilia for an kidney or urinary oomidaints, dys
pepsia, rheumatism, constipation, liver am
*int, salt•rheum, erysipelas, du. Bah bonitos
stables, horses ardi carriages, are kept in non
neetke with the House. Passengers *mid
hire the Lehigh Valley Dagroad at Meshop.
pen, from whence stages leave for the Springs
on the arrival of the Philadelphia Express.
For particulars send for circular. Address,
A. D. Dornmman & Rao.;
ffusquehanna Springs, Rush, Pa.
July 17,1872, Ct.
How to po Wm. —This is' art en-
Sliry which eery one should' have truthfully
answered before be starts on his Journey s and
a little care taken in czaminstion of routes will
In many cases me much trout,* time and
Tho "C. B. A. Q. B. 8.," running. from Chi
fag°, through Galesburg to Burßoston, sad
the "L B. .t W. Route,' running from Indian
apolis, through Bloomington .to Burlington,
have achieved a splendid reputation in the, last
two years as the leading Massager Bootie to
the West. At Burlington, they connect with
the B. h S. B. 8., and forth the great Bailing.
'ton Route, which tune direct through Southern
lowa to Nebraska and Kansas, with Clew con
nections to California and the Territories; and
passengers darting ftom Bradford count& on
their way westward, cannot do better thmi to
take the Ittraworoa Itorrr..
This Line has published a pampblei called
"BOW to Go West," which contains much rain
able information ; a larr,.l correct map of the
Great West, which can be obtained free of
charge by addressing- the General Passenger
Agent B. lc IL IL R., Byirliagton,
We hue PA'
akeir swg. aid tbs
likes ban Om
iwr Vomitus RUN ak
Boloninia Blab Mite, are the first to gire
Igotioe that they b lose the pi to o n
kwir Tea, Oolho sad Toticoo, to accordance
id* the sew dap
Linen mid Straw Goods st
exisiarieity'esiii, 'it N. dotasiures lap
ekes Cloedsg rabge,‘Kain !trod, tent to
flat Nationallisak. :.• - • •
Mis. E. X. Itutow las *Or
celled the Itedsme Foy Cermet Efiirt Supporter
In en the dem
Ball wagon Ato a DoCessitY
ot the! scsaosotad Irsisinin Baez "Iwo Just
(90310tio t amr,s!ock. Pk:4km MU? upward.
lie... Mrs. E. d. linays has just re
oct►ed a fresh mike of hake tics aid bows,
to all tbo new shades.
. . _ .. . .
illir HOWN3II and Leta for sale, on
sag moonily payment', or to Bent.
l W. BILUISALL
poplar street, Tamil, Pa.--tt. • •
To Tar. Vamps op Towutok
Ttie Detester is open every day at N. _C. Man
caries olSoo, from 9 o'clock 44 r. 1 112 t tedeck r.
x., and on Monday from 7 to 10 P. sL
:Rolm Arai:min.—We are glad to
moo that Prof CRISPALL 14 still at 'the head of
this institution, lie is an earnest and enthusi
astic teacher, and the 'swears' with which he
has met during the past two jean, is but;)ust
ly merited. We understand that Nome heal*
my sent out last year ono of the largeit and
best instructed dais of teachers in the County:
If rumor be true, the Professor Intends nuking
his "Normal Class' of the pisseat season a
stiveia/fy, the aim being a thorough and practi
cal knowledge of the braSchea taught in our
P osernon schools. We wish him Booms*.
alt. The Fall term of WyuluBing
Academy will open on Monday. September 2,
187', and will continue twelve , weeks . Tuition
payable at the middle of the term.. Special at
tention given to pupils desiring to teach. Good
board can be obtained near the Academy 'on
reasonable terms. Students wishing to lessen
their expenses can do so by renting rooms and
boarding themselves. Thoroughness will char
acterize the Instruction ; the motto being, "Not
how much, but bow well" For further tutor
utation address A. Pm, Sec', Board of Tristees,
Wyalnsing, Ps. U. W. lir.owx, Principal.%
SUSI4ITELIANNA COLLEUIATE INSTITUTE.
--We would call the especial attention of
our readers to the early. opetdng of the Insti
tute in this place. Its uniform success antler
the present administration Justify nis in wriest
ly recommending it to otureaders and them In
patronizing it. No pains are being spared to
make the instructionlborough and itystentatic.'
The building is in lino repair, and the school
well supplied with apparatus, char* etc: We
doubt if any school itr the State has school
rooms more pleasantly located and mote at
tractire. We hope to see a full term this Fall.
Beluir is the announcement for the Fall term :
The Fall term litho &wind:Anna Collegiate
Institute will commence Monday, August 26,
1872. Thorough and systematic instruction
will be given in English, 'Normal, Commercial,
Nathematicsl and. Clinical studies, by the
Principals and ;the foll Owing erpericneed
Prof. A.$A. Kr.r.sra, • Director of Normal De
partment, who will organize the teachers' class
August 26. Miss!Maurits OCICEE, FLINT, La
dies' Department, Modern L B anguages and Phy
sical Metres. Miss Maar E. MEnstu., i'rt
ceprcss, Higher English, Preparatory Depart
ment. ' Mademoiselle J. Li.Qvis, French.
The-Towanda Musical Academy in the Insti
tute, Erman 11. lintrawoon, Principal,- affords
excellent facilities for a thorough musical eclu
WARD at. MONTANY;
ResainCeNtiling, SPeiling. Object Lessons,
and Introdiiictory Geography and Arithmetic,
$4.00. Fiethentaxy Geography and Robinson's
Intellectual and Rudiments of Arithmetic com
bined, $3.00 llobinson's Audi:neat& Adr. and
Practical Arithmetic, combined, Elementary
Grammar and intermediate Geography, OM.
to $7.00. llobinson's nigher Arithmetic, and
Advanced; Grammar and Geography, $B.OO.
Preceding studies if desired with higher brioch
es, $l.OO to $l.OO additional. Modern languages
each, $4.00. Board and room in the Institute,
per week, $4.00. Further particulars or
Logue tarnished by Principals.
1113..eL28t5 nu TEEM
G. W. Bia.ti,
E. E. Qui.Nuot.
• The arrangement will not conflict with
other duties of Superintendent.
Towanda, Bradford Co., Pa.
MIDDLETON --SMILEY.- -In Mcsboppen,
July 20, 1872, by Bev. J. H. Weston, Mr. Ja
cob It. Middleton, of Laceyville, and
Mrs. Margaret A. Smiley, of Meshoppen.
COLEMAN—REYNOWL—At the Ilothodio
E. Church inLeibmvalle, Sunday evening,
Jdly 28, by Bev. S. Elwell, Mr. LeHol Colo -7
man to Miss Huldab Reynold* . all of J,eltayli-
LOVNBBEBBY-IWirEINB.--At the Eagle
Hotel. lioureeton; August 2; 1872, by Rev.
Hillock Armstrong, Mr. HenryE. Lonnsber
ry, of Rector, N. Y., to Miss Ella Hawkins,
of Burlington. ,
lIARDY—LEWIS.- -At thu Paraonage,
ner's Eddy, Pa., Augoat 1, 1872, by Bev. P.
U. Tower, Mr. P. 1). Hardy and Kiss Juba V.
Lewis, both of Tuscarora, Bradford Co., Pa.
BUOEII,—In Tuscarora, Bradford county, Va.,
August 3, 1872, Fanny linger, aged CO years.
WAIINEIL—In this place ; on Wednesday, July
21,1872, A. 11. Warner, aged years and 10
/11171/11A17:- In this borough, Angnbt 5, 1872,
of consumption, Mrs. Emma Murray, wife of
Alexander Murray, and danghter of Squire
and Militia Benjamin, aged 2) years. Also
her input child, aged Gweeks *ad 6 days.
Thus 'mother and child aro united in the iqA
rit world, where sorrow never comes.
I. Thomas, Haddocks, Produce
Omnrniaaion ktereltint, 220 Pennsylvania Me
nne, Scranton. Pa. Butter, Eggs, Lard, Cheese,
FrWti l / 2 Potatoes!, &a, lc. Consignments eon.
=id returns promptly made on sale of
Itefercnoes cheerfully given. Corres
ter Dr. W. B. KELLY, Dentist, of
Towanda, will bo at Dr. Kora Office, in Burling
ton._ on Tuesday, Wodnesda_ y - , Thursday and
Friday of next week. Gire a call.
TALE NOTECE—AII persons in
debted to the late Gem of I. I[ZBIDWI k
CO., 'MI 'please call at' T. Yule is Co.'s more and
settle Unattedlate7. or costa will be made. The sr
manta ore in the hands at 1. Merldeth • for arnic
a:tent. ' 7. REVIDIIII k . CO.
Towanda. Jnly 11, 1572.-013.
t'ARAL FOR SALE—The subscri
her offers On' sale lees farm situate In Wy
abasing top:, *bent T tune* from Csauptiriri.
Unse Hill, contiantng *boat lee acres; so acres an
der impeormneet and well fenced. buildings In good
condition. Terms—One bell of purchase money
will be reqtdred at time of rale, balance on time to
nit pun:baser. Bore further particulars call en the
othicriber on the premises, or address him at Lime
=I. Bradford County, Pa. . .
July IV, 1872.-4 - It. Dn•IiTtALT•
DOME ACADEMY.—The build
lng has been repaired, and tables and ehaini
hare taken the places of those old desks.
The 1111 Servo will open August 26th, 1231. under
Lbo' on of P. L. Chrispel. stabled bj Hiss
16. A. liray„ mai continue 12 weeks. .
u= m a d
fles t nan =maw anoto.
Elizerecitations Languages Ort
bttle are to be payable at the middle of the
Special attention will be rims to atiodeeta wiehting
to qualify tor common school teaching.
' Good bard can be obtained on reasonable .ezess,
bot firidsidurin lessen their expenses by renting
mina and boerdizeg themaelres:
Foe !hither Information *egress
P. L. anusnx., mu**.
Legwd I, 1F72.
rAIITIQN.---All persons are hero
by militated agnmt Druriatsitt , ' I note ^Wen
by tho undersigned to 13. K. Mils, for 81117 I:4lsrs,
dated on or about the 29th of Joni, 1.472, u I have
reeetted no *able therefor, end will not poi the
woo Wass cocopolle.l b 7
Lietairdikt, Je27 2e,1872.-3t•
117 . La- .42.X.D.1:6i 7. `:4 7 . - 1 - 4 T
wentr43..i-Amt, a. 141
i -- T. :
POWEIX4 & CO.,
Call attention to their Great
Clusing Oat Sale
S U M. lvi MIR"
DRESS GOODS !
Consisting in pirt of
WHITE Aso COIJORED eigues,
A CHINESE GRASS +GOODS.
In order to make _room for their
Mey be obtained. during the
PRESENT MONTH 1
Angnst let, 1872.
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kJ Mad* Writs of FL fhl, and Tat& .1001108 yl
OA 111 tha Orart o_f_ pp~p fmt Plan landiard ,
OMB% nal to toe M•sa will be Wooed to .b:
Mt gas et the Court la th e • Boras& of To.
triads en TIWBIEDAT MO day Of GUST.
1111%, aillefelock B. nu, thimble dasallind kn.
giegibealletair argue - to nettg dins _
tem bounded and am fakers: On the
Unit by lOsids et latmeeZt. east byoseill llme.
and William Neste, Edward lar and
n tog est by John and A. Ste b
lC li k
clod. more or loot, 0 acres 'mirrored 'US
tiro frantal houses, big themal.
Seised and taken in at the snit of H. CI
' Baird. ate or Of ry. W. Bard el. ;Ottli LC*
ALSO-The Mowing lot. = l 4r
parcel of land situate lit , Buroogh of
= Bradford !and of Faulitia and
as hams to wit : On the north bylopbs
street, east by lands of J F Meant Sou s =
hate of J. Q . nat. and * by Chaise
Bohm 152 feet front o n uld Charles Street and MO
feet deep, with a Baia Main, nubs
WU-thereon with e ngine, , machinery, Stn.
attacked to the mama Lc Nut Is the property
• of MD. k F. A. On&
ALSOOnis other loLitza sty r paged of land aitn
.alle is the Boq i
j o r t slut bounded on
the north by areet, east lands of Omega
P. C t "b• 144 a 1 .1. Midi Main Tura mouth by
lands at lobe P. 'Means arid Wort by Wellington
Mambal. Being 50feet frUt on said Papaya:get
ard amen MO Ora deep, with a two story tamed
dwelling house thereon, and being lot No. 06 of Al
dan% tamp of Survey Of the e , estate and reecied
ed in the Baader and i , • • sof for sad
orendg a Bradtbrd. - • upon Is thonolaertY
• ALSO-One other lot, p • -, or pared of and Inn-
Ar, in the Baugh of Tann' , aforesaid, and Donn.
*den the north by land of : . on Walborn, rut
Wen airy, south by Pine - • • .and west by had
'el 0. M. Msn'rllle. Being ••• feet front on said nu
lifted and running back to Wilbert* line, end
being lot No. SI of saidmap ... carver of the mid
Cash estate witho • • . •• . • dwelling honae
thereon. Levied upon as ,• - property of C. D.Cub
'ALSO-Ono other lot,piece or parcel of land situ
• ate in the Borough a •• - . aforesaid, and
'bounded on the north by an extension of Poplar
street: on the east by Charleattreet, Wroth bY tarn
of John Hama and F. A. Cash and west by Mo.
street Being 152 on said Chatted gal
Mechanic streets. and 300 between maid Charles
and Mechanic streets. Saidl being divided Into G
aqta of which t on each of l sized tots, B mid
Mahn sad Mechanic stroe • and being en feet
and 8 inchei del front on said streets by 160 feet
dThe right reamed, ltylreiter. to - salads of
said ee iota'separate. or two- or
r more or all together.
Levied uponthe property C. D. Cash.
•ALBO.-.one other lot, piece parcel of and athl
ete in the Borough of Sorranfie aframorid,and ham
dad on the north by lands of the Imitate of lea C.
I. Ward, deceased. east by Wanle. street eolith
by lands of F. A. Cash andby lands of Led
mard Memel. being 202 on said Mechanics
street add about 1088 feetreere r less,westerly to the
east line of said Ledyerd Chu 's land.. Levied pan.
as thr w =ty of C.B. Cash. 1 •
e ether lot, pact p arcel o aid sit-
Mae to the Neagh of Tc a de. of and
bounded as follows : On the by lands of John
1314by,'east ty 'Western Ave , south by Poplar
strut and westby an alley, being, 80 feet front on i
, said Popbr street by.loo feet deep and being cot No.
elt of said tap mad littrvey of the said Cash eshte,
with a two story framed Orating hones thereon.'
Leviertur.on as-the pripaty of F. A. Cub. • ' -
ALSO-The defendant, F. A. Cash's interest . In
one lifter lot, piece or parcel o land situated id the
Beta' gh of Towanda , aforessal , and bounded on
the o.orth by lands of B. C. V burg and John B.
Meas, east by land of Geo. N. Armstrong, south •
by. Poplar street end west by estate Menne, ho.
lug about Iti feet front CM rola Poplar street hilt i
feet deep. No buildings. Sa id lot owned by Geo.
-P. Cash and P. A. Cull, and levied upon the 1
interest of the said F. A. Cash.
"ALSO-One other lot, piece oir parcel of land sit*.
atedln the Borough - of Towanda, !mended and des
cribed as follows : Beginning ion the rut line of
Mechanic Street Me feet froth the south line of '
lands of the estate of Mra. C.' L, Ward, deceased. -
thence easterly 150 feet •to the w•elt line of land of
John. Holmes. thence southerti parallel with said
Mechanic street 203 feet to a r, thence westerly -
wand with the first yrs llito In feet tocard
line of said Mechanic street, th northerly along
the east line of gain Mechank dreet 1.01, feet to the
plate of beginning. Said Idt bring •dfridtd info 1 .
espial sized lota fronting on Uhl Mechanic street
and each being 00 feet and 9 itches 'front on said
street by 150 feet deep. The rght rammed, how-'
- ever, to sell each of end ldhigperste or two or
more or all toge th er. Levied n u'the property
of F. A. Cara. No bandinge.
' ALSO-One ether lot. Tittaverhpare . el of find situ
ate in the Bereragh of tars, afotesaid, and
,descrthed as fe llow s : Beginning at
the southeast corner of lands of John flames, on
the west side of Ohulen street,- thence southerly
205 feet slag the west-lino of - sad Charles street to
a corner of lot belonging •to Mary S. Cub, thence
westerly along the north • line *Stead Mart' S. Cash
150 tat to the south-rut corner of Jacob Schoon
over's land, thence northerly along said Jacob
Sehoonorera and C. F. Taylor's least lines 100 feet
, tO a corner, thence westerly alone the north line of
1 Mid C. F. Taylor's land 150 feet ,to the east line , of
Mechanic street, thence northegly along the ' east
, line of said Xectrand street 105 feet to a corner,
' theism eseterly gale the 'Math 'dine of F. A. Cash
and Jam Hoboes 300 feet to the place of beginning
! Paid lot being*Elvided into altial sized lots, 4of
which Mat do said Charles t and two fronting
! on add 'Satanic street and lot having i front
of OlYfertand 9 Indies by 1 - 30 feed deep.- The right
resorted, however, to.sell each of said lots separate
1 or tena more or all together. Levied upon as the,
pry of F. A. Cash. ,
! 1r,.1.-One other lot. piece or parcel of land situ
de In the Borough of Towanda, aforesaid, bounded
arid described as follows:' Beginning on the west
, line of Mechanic street 202 feet &era rho south line
of land of the estate of Mrs. C. L. Ward, deceased,
thence westerly along the south 1, no of C. D. Cash's
land' about 10148 feet to east line Cf lamtof Letlyard
Church thence alcmg east line of said Chaapel's
land 406 feet to a corne - r , of Ma 7 S. Cash's land,
thence easterly along the north lite of said Mary S.
Cash about 935 fret to corner of Wellington Brum-
Lud i land, thence northerly alt g the west line of
said Brazahall. Wm. Thompeon. George Biles
and S t ephen Lewis 260 feet to the' northweatcorner
i t ,
of said Stephen Learile lot, toe e easterly along
north line of said Stephen Lewis lot 150 feet to the -
west line of Mechanic Street, the ce northerly-dong
the west line of said Mechanic street 38 feet to the
place of beginning. No bull ! . Levied upon as
the property of F. A. Cash.
Seized and taken in execution a the suit of Joseph
B. Streeter vs. Charles D. Cash, rederick A. Cash,
• CertrL'e P. Cash. security, Walton Griffia, security.
Also at the suit of The First 'National Bank of
Towanda vs. C. D. Cash and F. Ait i >sh security:- --
Also at the snit of John F. -Sa derson vs: C. D.
Cash and F. A. Cash, doing business as C. D. cash
et Co ..
Also at the suit of D'A, Overton vs: T. A. Cash
and C. D. Cash. . - -
Also at the suit of H. A. Scott ye. C D 'Cash and
James 0 Frost security. i -
Also at the snit of The First National Bank of To.
lands is. C. D. Cash k Co., James 0 Frost security
Also at the suit "of A L Creamer's nee vs. CI la
Cash and it A Cash, late partners we.
Also at the-suit of Overton k 'Elsbrce vs. C. D.
Cash, F. A. Cub, security. - .
Also at the suit of Monten,yea v:. C. D. Cash.
ALSO-The following described lot piece or parcel
of land situate In Pike twp.; bounded on the north
by land of Henry Walker. •on the east by land of
Anna Brown, south by the pnbll highway leading
front Wyalusing to Montrose, all On' the west.by
land of U. A. ram Containiug one-third of an
acre, more or less, harmed, with a few fruit trees
thereon. • 1 ,
ALSO-One other tot. piece or parcel of Lend situ
ate In Pike twp.. bounded on thr tu r by the:pub
lic highwty loading from Wyal - to Montroise, on
the east by land at E.. 1. Eastab ks. on the south
by the Wyalnetng Creek, and weist by Bie public
highway leaking from Harridan*. to Spring Inn.
Containing one and ono-half acre4more or less, im
proved, with a framed hernia and'store combined. a
fronted *hop with sheds Attached thereon. -
• Seized and taken in execution at snit of A. C.
Stevens vs. J. Q. Ingham. -
ALSO-The following described lot, piece or par
es lit land situate in Franklin twp., bounded on the
north by lands of Elijah Blake, east by lands of:
John Lantz and J. B. Tannest, south by the Tow-an.;
da. creek and west brands of Howe Willey.. Con,
taming 80 acres of land, more Or less, about GO.
acres improved with a two story i framed duellingi
house, man framed tenant house, two frannet barns , '
blacksmith shop, a framed building used for awe..
con atop. ii. saw mill and apple orchard. thereon.
Executing and reserving therefrom one lot sold to •
Goo. W.•lfallord and now owned 3 Philander Hob.
inson, containing about 2 acres, o lots sold to H.
G. Goff , containing abaft tyro • a - on which the ,
hotel and berm are tuned, and obe lot of about i; •
an acre, on which te a store henna!
• seised andteken in execution st the sat of•Nerie,
blab Smith to use-of John Kelley lel, and Augustine
Kelley vs. 8.8. Downing:. .
ALIA.),The following described ilot. place or par
tici of laud situate in Overton erep.4 beginning at the
south met corner of lots sartayett to Lorenzo D.
West running thence south 68.! ' degrees art 1083 i
rods to =old maple stamp, then c4' nortliguo• dogs
east 122 rods to Aron, thence north 38li degrees
west 108 rods to a port (West's nerth.east corner,)
' thence 'meth :i1!, degrees west I=lrorle to the place
of beginning. Containing 82 se and ill rods,
ram or lees. No improvements.
Seized and taken in execution at he soft of James'
11. limes' Use is, Charles 11.-Sint on.
ALSO-The following described lot, pited‘or par
cel, Of land /Mate in Wells twp. i,. beginning 'at a
mall hetuloekiree standing In thedine of the Bing
,, ham lands, thence east by land of Henry Johnson
and others 332 perches to a poet thence by land of
John A. Boy south 941 perches to
. khe centre of the
road or highway, thence south !72 degrees west
along the centre of said highway =6.10 perches to
a post and stones in James A. Wi 'e line, thence
along said line west 13 1-10 perches to a hemlock
stump deeding 10 - the Bingham line, thence by land
of Lorenzo Wing and others nate 26'; degrees
west 335 - perches to the_ place of beginning. Con
taining 320 acres, more or heti, *bent 210 acres im
proved, with one framen house, two framed barns,
one framed grainery and two elude orchards there- '
ALSO---One other lototieve or panel of laud situ:
I ate In wild township of 'Wells , boutided on the north
1 by other lands of the defendant Harvey 0. Stafford.
1 and the public highway leading trim hloaierviile to
the Bird creek regd, on the east; by land of Elias
Brewer and David Bristol; oh the South by land of
Irvine Barrett, John Mien and ,fames A. Wilson,
on the west by other lands of defendant, Hersey G.
Stafford. Containing 231 acres, more or less, about
160 acres improved, with a framed house, a tog barn
and few fruit hoes thereon.. 1,
• seized and takeit'ln execution ni the snit or James
. Huntington v 5.1.1. 0. NiarfOrai. i
Also at the suit of James Ilnutingtou vA. 11. O.
Stafford end Eliza Stafford. !,• . i
Af.SO.-Ihe . folio:ring described !lot. piece or par
eel of laud sittiote to Wyaluseng tip., bounded on
the north by land of L. P. Stalforsfj cast by lands of
ibroitel Howani, south by lands of r.ll.llollenback
and west. by the Wyatt/Ong Cn•ek.l Containing 131
acres of land, more or Leis. about 100
proved. with a few fruit trees thereat. notiundiegs
A Lso -One other lot, piece or panel of land site
ate in Water twit., bounded en thZ north by lands
of LTriah Shaw. east bY Jamie of the Pennsylvania
sad New York Canal antrasil RoadlCemaparty, south
by lands belonging to the -estate of H. 8. Davison,
deceased, and west by the public bighinty leading
1 item Towanda to Athens.. Containtng three-fourths,
of an acre of land. mom or less, Unproved, with a
two-story framni hove", a framed betiding used as
a dry goods store, with shed_and barn attached, and
a framed store house with shed attached thereon'.'
seized and taken lac execution at ,I the suit ofY, B.
Thompsuks. Jackson Ilulletthack.l Also at the suit
of Smith ALSKInue, Ts. Jackson llolientne. / - '
* ALSO-The following lot, piece or purest of b a d
:thine in Sherlieenin two., letundo'd on,, th e tomtit
to trod ' of Mergarit ltockweil awl atel,t belonging
to the estate
-'4 Valiant Pattersett. dee'd.„ on the
by the iothlic highway and lends of IlOrkm
dheres and Geogto. biaotmi, on the South by land of
Horton Shores and George Shores,/ Corneille) Beg.
att. Patrick Mack and William Peot, on the west
by land of - William Post and Cbeirter Childs. Con
taining in acres. More or lees, /shoot 17 acres Im
proved, with a framed huff aril a• few feat trees
Weed and taken in etele.nott at ;the snit of The
•-i, 0 w,-• i,. r v, f r P 6 ,, , !II 1
• • .-
%.LS:Ci —1 het k•-- 4 14 . 1 1 4n ,1
.itttatc T 0,.. t b: , nnl.-tt on tbn north
Ab.l , aet by WO ‘if jnitii I. }le lirm Lm the a , nath be
lan , l of Edward Elliott. and 14°,4 Sirius etreeL
Containing one ante of lacy!. more lees. Improved
wittr a tvraltory intend house. a framed barn and
frail trees theteOrt
' AZOO—Ons other kit °Hand
ship:af-Towands. bounded-on the north by *ldol
M. Mae& cad by land or IllebnilMealans, 4 3 l dtt .
b 7 of James SCOili and Westby Land o 1 Jobb
Oentelning 38 acre& 'nom or lest, ttb Me
IstothlaSsada , . ' -
*bed and Wow to arroMtoned the milt of John
Wm* nu re.. James P. ludo, - Zeeland* Lewis
and R. O. Voeberg. _
Arrest the and of Cwddlne: k Ts: is
Also at the amt of Jot= Holmes re. Bardaml4
LM: ). I
. 111 4. P.
lloLewis. - •
The fawing dedourixie plera tee.
Cal at Und aUsish is Warren twp.. bounded en Use
Inabab the highway Uwe*. from
teen Muir Irsdr Sato lino, on t he out
V/ lend at Babas Hickok end on tho month and
west b7,lmadat =dud and Uwe triagrose. Coo.
tabling d 3 acres ofland,' ore or leas, all improved,
with a *sued honed dad a tented rum thereon.
abed and taken la emocarron at the suit of Miles
rrilliCe VS. Patrick Beleghas&
dlMOrThelollowina descrtlied or o
lt. piece per.
eel of land at in Ulster tsp., bounded on the
north by land of Marius Myers, on the eut by the
pablieldglnntr leading tram Towanda to Athena.
on the month by buds in possandon of Widow Flood
and en the wsat by tan& of said Dart= Myal.—
Containing one halt an acre of /and, more or lass.
all tuplared, laths twostory steam grist with
cidermil 'ruched. tbm . with the engine. boil.
seM u awl =whimsy Uhic mad below:In&
d sad taken In execution at the ant of Sarah
Myers ra. Dario" Myers and d. 13..X.uscolu and Z.C.
Mamba. tare taunt& -
Alms at *emir of yymsa Lincoln re. Lt L. Min
gle and (i. 8. Cam
AlBo—Tbe trilowing described lot. place or par.
eel of land situate in Burlington bozo'. 'sounded on
thonorth by Janda Mr& Sarah J. Sweeney. on the
east by Land of John liimpldu and bowel W. Lane,
on the south by land of Reuben Morley and on the
wear by the Berwick TartrpOos. Containing ono.
fourth of an acre of land, more or lees,, with a
framed blacksmith shop and a few fruit trees there.
Seized and taken In execution at the snit of Lyman
8: Wright se. It. C. 'Nelson. '
&L96—The following described lot. piper or par.
eel of bind situate In Albany twp.. bounded on the
north by Linda of Weilea Wilcox. out. by lien
street (strained) south by the Hibbard food and
west by lands of Chet Babcock. Containing 0.000
aiLlafeet of land, more or km, being 30 feet on
gibbard Stood-and 120 feet deep,. with a framed
house and a few fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken In execution at the suit of J. R.
Covell vs. S. S. Ormsby.
ALSO—The following tot. Mete or parcel of Lind
situate In South Creek tsp., bounded cm tho north
U 7 lands of Oinett itTeMngill, on th e east by land
of Hamlin Kline. mon th by land of .0. T. Andrus
and on the west by land of John Gilkdt. Contain.
tag 62 sena, more or tem, about 40 acres improved.
with a log house, a flamed. barn and a few halt
Seized and taken In execution it the init. of David
P. Brown vi. Luther D. Thorp.
ALSO—The Mowing lot, piece or parcel of land
situate in Troy Borough, bounded on the north by
laud. of A. D. enabling. east by Conton street, south
by land of Ora C. Montane and west by Hackney
street. Containing one acre of land, more or less,
Improved; with a framed how? thereon.
Seized and taken in esecution it the snit of Devi.
son McCabe vs. J. D. Wood.
ALSO—The following described lot, piece or par
col of land innate SmithAehl twp., bounded on
the north by Ulan 'Street. running throngh.Smith.
field Tillage, on the east by the public square Ind
the Baptist Church lot; on- the south by lands of
Augustus Phelps, en 11s3 lewd by lands of said Au-,
gastus Phelps and Beebe Ocecrules. - Centaining 13';
acres of land. more or less, imprcived, 'with a two
story framed holm, a framed barn 'With sheds at
tached ands few fruit trees thefotih.
Seized and taken in creei :Lou. it the stilt of Earle:
Bros: St Co. vs. L. D. Forrest and Louise Curley.
2, PEWIT VAN FLEET.
Towanda, Alfruft 1,11372. • Sheriff.
R I FE 'S SALE.--By iirtne of
e vat . e.K,iltia 44. rs.t.fastied out of the Court.
Conitnen Tleas of Bradford county, to-me di:
reeled and dehverod. will be exposed to pnbllc sale
at tip 'Court Rouse in the Dorotmtiof 'Towanda; in.
said county, on SATURDAY. the 'moist Gap of AU
GUST,IB72, at 7. o'clock! In .the afternoon, all the
fain chisels and'rights of the'litalirar, and Erie Coal
atid fait Ikotanptinx,j.4. they exist both n the
cOuntles of ord and Sullivan, according both°
Act of Aced:LW,' in such cage made and provided.
tßaftWasuf taken in mouth= at the suit of Itos
weltß. Voeficster vs. The Sullivan and Erie Coil
arid Bail Road Company.
J. PERRY VAN FLEET,
Towambi, July 29, 1872. . Sheriff.
APPLICATION IN DIVORCE.--:
To Belle Adams.—No. r,45 Feb. term.llo2.
Yon are hereby notified that Sohn Q.Adame, yonr
husband, Das applied to the cxrnrt of omon pleas
of Bradford co., for * divorce from bonds of
triatrisnony. and the said court has appointed Mon
day, the 2d day of September, 1,872, for hearing the
said John the prcruhest, at which tune and
place you can attend if yen think proper.
jul.ll-wt J. P. VAS FLEET, Sheriff.
• To George Pepper.—No; 27:1. Peb. T. - 1872.
Ton arc hereby notidod that Clemina Popper, your
wife, by' her next friend, S. Smith, has applied
to the court of common pleas - of Bradford county,
for a divorce from the bonds of matrimony and the
said court has appointed Monday. the 2d day of Sep
tember, 1872, for hearing the said Clemint in the
premises, at which time and place you can attend if
you think proper. ' J. P. VAN FLEET.
A PPLICATION IN DIVORCE,.' •
To Edward C. Davies SAL Sept-7 : , 1071.
you are hereby notified lhat,Lois Davirs, iyonr
wife, by her next friend. Charles Sheldon has ap.
plied to the court of commoil pleas of PrulfOrd
county, for a throree from the bends of matrimorlY,
and the said robrthas appointed Monday. the 2d Sep
timber, . 1872. for 'hearing; the said 'Lois in the
premises, at which time and place Yon can attend if
yon think proper. J. P. FLEET.
Jnly-1.144 • Sheriff.
To Edward P. E. Spleer—No. 202, Feb T..-1172
Yon are hereby notiileirthat. Jennie •Spiar, your
_wife, by her next friend, John N. Wolfe. has applied
to the court of connnon pleas of Bradford county,
for a divorce from the bonds of matrimony, and - the
said conrt has appointed- Monday.. the 2d day of Sep.,
tamber .1.072. for hearinz the said Jennie In the prem
ises. at - which time and-place SCSI can attend it yon
think proper.. ' . J. P. VAN FLEET.
Jnlyll.W4 • Sheriff.
'CORPORATION N 6 t
To the matter of the ineerpOration of the •• Brad
ford Loan and Building Association a Athen, town
ship. Pa.'—No. 363, Sept. Term. 12112.
Notice is hereby given that the above named
Society lisa.presented to the Court of Common
Pleas of .Bradford Connty their article of Assocati on
asking for a decree of InCorporation, and the said
:Court having examined the same, and finding them
correct. will decree that they be incorporated. as
. prayed for. on Monday. the 9th day of September.
1872, at 2 o'clifick p.m.. nnless cause . be shown to
the contrary. W. A. THOMAS,
inl.ll-w3 • " - Prothonotary.
;tan Dyke WI. Bishop Jr.,
—ln the Court of Common Pleas of Bradford coop,
ty. NO. 5261. Dee. T.. 18138.
The undersigned, haying - been appointed Auditor
by said Court to distribute money arising faom the
Sheriff's sale of defendants real estate, wilt ettend
to the duties of said appointment on WEDNESDAY
the Tth day of AUGCST, 1872. at 2 o'clock, p. m.. at
the office of the Auditor in the borough of Towan
da. at which' time and place alt persons baring.
claim, on said money are required to make the same
before said Auditor; or be deba.red from coming in -
upon said fund. I - SE. - NY- PEET,
Jvly 11. 1872,-- 7 ,1w. Auditor.
A MITT_ )R'S . , T OIiItE- M., H.
Laning ye. W. T% Bishop. jr.—,ln the C&art of
Common Pleas of Bradford Connie C;2. Sept.
The undersigned, having been anted Auditor
by said Court , to - distrdinte money arising from
Sheriff's sale of Defendant's real esiate..will attend
to the duties of said appointment on THURSDAY.'
the Atli day of AIIEICST, 1.1132, at 2 a'clock,'p. (ii.. at'
the of of the Auditor in the Borough of Towanda
at which time and place all persons bating claims
on said tummy are required to make the same before.
- said Auditor. or be debarred from coming in upon
said fund. • RESBY PEET.
' July 11;1872.-1%. • - Auditor.
lint use vs. D..l', Ormsby and .Tohn S. Camp.
bell.—ln the Court of Common Pleas of Bradford
County. No: 231 Sept- -
The undersigned, en Auditor appointed by said
court to distribute moneys arising' from. Sheriff's
.sale of defendant's real estate, will attend to the do.
ties of said appointment at the office of Overton
f2ehree: In the Borough of Towanda. on S.ATT7II.
DAY, the 3,1 day of ABGPST. 1872. at 10 o'clock. a
m., where all persons having claims upon a:Miranda
aro required to present thorn or he debarred from
coming in upon said fund.
N. C. EisqllllEE, Auditor.
Jul.1;11;1E 1 72,-4 . w
A IfoIittitSTRATORS NOTICE.—
..Ll 'N oti c e is hereby given that all persons indebt
ed to the estate of J. D. 4.r.T.nr, late cd.Wysoz
township, deed. are requested to make immertiat •
payment, and all persons baring claims against Kai.
estate must - present the same duly authenticated for
settlement. ‘. M. H. LANTEG./
_July .2.2. '72.-are Adrninistiator. _
ADlSiNfg i rtiAl i ottl4 o i rICCE.
• 'Notice is hereby given that all persons ndebted
to: the estate of PATRICK COTTER, late I . dome.
requested to mkt / mmediate
payment. and all persons having claims against
said estate mast present them duly anthenticated
foraetUentent. . THOMAS/COTTER. -
July 11.'72-4w. Ailministrator.
V XECUTO WS :NOTICE.-
- 111- - 4 Notice is hereby given to all -'persons indebted
to the estate of JAMTS ESP?: late of Standing
Stone.• deed, must make irtsinedlate payment,
'and - all persetnt having clainis against sai4 estate
'Mug present Mena duly *nth enticated for Pottle.
Milt ' ' T. P. ESPY. -
- .11 B. M. VIPP.
.74y 11, '11•61r.
rtitEtiftstiirg‘ NOTICE —Notice
hereby ttiveta/tnat an persons indebted to
the, estate of ALLEN TILLCYISON late of Leßoy.
dec".l. arc regneatall to make immediate paNlim, ect;
and all persona haring claim! n-ainat Plitt estate
mu ft i rrefient them duly authmCcatcd for wino.
relent.. R. W. PAREIVCEST.
Jcl7ll, '72; • ' Executor.
- p x UT 0 '
_LC Notice in hereby given that all persona indebt
ed to the estate JOB CIIILSON. dereaned.i
late of /Warren. anti refseated to nut." Immedi
ate payment. and all personn. having claims ar:sinst•
said estate Must pm:cut them dulYanthenticatedfor
settlement. tasTuErt DUNCAN.
:My 11. 1:372.ew. Executor.
lIDITORI3 NOTICE—In the
matter of the estate of William Rider. der'S.
In the Orphan's Court of Bradford County.
'The undendinted: an Auditor. lIPPOInfea IF gala
Court to distribnto fends in the hands of tho
of said estate, will attend to the dales of such
appointment at the °Mee of OvertoTt ti Ilabn;O. In
the Domicil of Towanda. on FRIDAY. the Idih da?
of A1it1T15T,..1872.. at 10 o'clock. a. 'an.. Whore all
per,witiv.harinir. claims upon . Kahl funds 'mud pre
sent them or be debarred from coining In upon the
11. W., pArrack.
July 11. 1.572. lw. . Auditor.
.cs...vot,k, is hereby given that all persons indebt
ed to the estate of Marks L. Arnold, late of Warren,
demand, are requested to taste Imqudlate payment
and all persons batten claims against said estate
most present the mune duly sntberdkited for set
tlement. MARY A. ARNOLD,
' 9. W. ffAIIDY.
- .XECtTTOR'S NOPICIFj. --Notice
wiato of trnmEzrr. fat , : Canton,
(h.:M. aro regyir‘icA to Tnalaa Tni•awiatatp paa - mant,
an,l all persons having vicuna. agionat 'maid - estate,
tonal present them duly authenticated for settle
meet. . WM. p. JAY NE,
tot; /8,12.-Rti. •
sL u tit t g ,-, -
7, , AI7DITORIf:„.
Thompson via ILuszair Bros. * Co.. R. T.
abohall and W. R., ifiaraltalL__ , l3 lb* *lot of -
Common Pleas of BragorCephstitf, Dio */1. Sep- -
timber term, 7310: • - _ '•• _
• Tbouadarrigued barbs been agyalltral Auditor
gesZt Court ta distribute mostry artithatt fteep the
a take ot&disuclaut's _rah *date wiltheend
to tho duties of said iqpbotritoisat '.ort-,TtIZSDA , T, •
AUGUST lath. 1971, at 2 - o'clock. the office,
of the . Auditor ht theßorovriliotTrmuld* Null&
time sad plans all persona, haring elairait oa said
mew are rortested to present lbw eared before -
obi tor, or be debans4 fuer wWwlkoPeu
said fund. WIL
• July 14.1111.--ter. - - Maher.
A =Tows NOTICE.','-Autibetc
11 DeLong and D, C. Ifonon Marryklls and
',fobs - Montanyo In Um Court at Common
Ileas of Bradford county. No. 500,Dee,Terre;
. Th e undersigned; an auditor appointed' by said '
court to diddributomoneys In the. bands of Sheriff
Itchang from ado of &fondants real estate, wriest- ,
tend to the duties of inch* Ippoistment at his Mara
in the Borough of Towanda. on MONDAY, the 26th
day of ALIMMT, 1812. at 10 o'clock, 11. ro.
all pane/rut having claims upon . and - moneys mast •
present them or be forever ' debarred from coming
in on mid fund. U. J. MADILL, -
August 1, Auditor.
A tWORIS -NOTICE.--D.
rasclanan's tun is. N. D. Fez.: 'Nos. 881.
and 894. May 70. In the Court of Common
lieu of Bradford Conn • • •
The underi , doted, an difor appointed by said.
Court to distribute moneys in ilherlirs hands aris
ing from sale of defendant's real estate, will attend
to the duties of his apprdutmeet at his office in the
Borough of Tressed*. Pa-, oreTMEDAY the 13th
day of AIIODST, 2872, at 1 o'clock. P. m 4 of said
day, her all baring claims upon said fonds will
Present Piero or bo forever debarred from the same.
..101D1 W. 31222, • '
;say 19, 1872.-4 w. • , , •
TA. X.E CIITO R'S NOTICE—
.II Notice is hereby Wen moms Indebted .
to the estate of Mart 0. " Leggett, labs of Athens,
demised, We nrepented- to make leconedlsle rf.
meat, and all persons htTillg claims aghast sal es
tate mast Present the same duly authentfested for -
kettlement.l • Jd7dl:B 8. LiffiGE/T,
A D317:1418M Mutt s ._ .
Ada. fiotteels IterelV era' flat Wipers. .ont trulebted
to Ms-estate HARRY MOllgaliN late ot.Wysor.
Pa., deceased, ars - requested to Make Immediate
payment, and all persons bating claims Vault said
estate most present them duly antlientLiated for set
tlement. • JAMES 1,111A.N ROWAN,
6.4ioinistrator with the Will Manned.
August 1. 1.872.--Zw
E 0.11 R'S 0 TIC .
■ Notice la hereby given that alrperaons inebtoil
to the estate of E, H. MIXER, late of :Bowe.
deceased, aro requested to Make immedlatc
payment, and all persona hating claims against said
estate must present the duly authenticated for set.
lenient EefliVait PAILICER,
Aug. I, - Administrator.
ottce is hereby Wen theist! pezloaa Indebted
to the estate of HARBY BM , p late of Asy
lum, deed, aro - requested to make immedisto
Palming. and ail persona having claims against said
estate most present them drily authenticated for
settlement. - J. W. 1311132,,
JOl5ll. 1672,-6t Executors.
Court of the Baited States for the Warta= Dis
trict of Pennsylvania. Western District of Pennsyl
vania. In the matter of Bart) , Wx.DankrnPt-
Westena District bf Pennsylvania; u.—.t warrant
in Bankruptcy has. been hustled by the eald'arsurt
against the- estate CI /LillitYlUX, of the comity
of Bradford and State of Pennsylvania,' in said Din.
tract; adjudged Bankrupt upon petition of his credi
tors,payment of any debts and the delivery efany pro
Party belonging to said Bankrupt, to 'him or to his
use, and the transfer of any, property by him are
forbidden by law; that a meeting of the creditors of
the, said Bankrupt to prove their debts, and choose
one or snore assignees of his estate. will, be held at
a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at Towanda,
Pa.. in said District, on the 7th day of August, A. P.
1872, at r oslock,-p. m., at the Office of Edward
Overton. Jr.. before N. Willard, one. ofthe IlegiEters
in Bankruptcy - of said Court: "."
O RPHAN'S viue of an COURT SA tri,--13y
rt order issued out of the Orphan's
Court of Bradford Connty,.the undersigned, guar
dian of Charles T.'Fox, minor child - of Mr= C.
For. late of Towanda twp. deed., will expose to
public sale at the Court /louse, in the Borough of
Towanda, on SATURDAY, AUGUST - 21. 1872, at 2
o'clock, p. in., the follaWing „described lot, piece or
parcel of land, being all that 'part .of the estate of
the lateafirazu C. Fax, deceased, north Of the pub.
tic highway leading from Burlington td Towards
'Borough : Beginning in the centre of said
way on southwest line of Miller Fox. thee north
21 degrees and 36 minutes west 733 j perches to a
poet and stone corner. thence south_ Gin=. degrees
west 73 5:100 perches to corner. thence south 20
degrees 18 minutes east 36 2-10 perches to centre of
aforesaid highway, thence along the same south ta
degrees east 52 perches, south •79 degrees cast
27 2-10 perches, north 55;., degrees 'east 22 hl-100
perches to the' place 'cf beginning.. Cimtahilng nG
acres and 5 perches,
TE1111.5.-1100 tope paid- at Una. of sale, ;i1,003
upon confirmation of sale, 'balance in six menthe
thereafter with Interest
'S • COURT SALE.-By
order.issur„4 out or the - Orphan's
P „rtn illN e
Court of Bradford Cornfy,"the undersigned, guar- - -
Wan of the estate Wm. G. Loafs, Mary J. Lewis, -
B.mandaLmilo, Eli J. Lewis and Sarah R. Lewis, .
minor ohiblrsti of Mary Louis, deceased.. will ex
pose to public sale on the premises onSAEITEDAY,
AUGUST 31, 1572, commencing at 1 o'clock, p. m.,
the following, described lot, • piece or Parcel of land
situate in Monroe tarp., bounded on the south side -
of street leading from Main street to Rockwell's - e
Bridge. on the north by the street aforesaid, on'Ufe
east by land of Sarah Evans and S. S. Ilinnran, on
the south by land of S. S. . - i e glrinalln; on the W§st by -.
land of J. H. Griswold and Tram Rockwell. •••,Con
taining I'; acres er thereabouts. with an old framed
house and a few fruit trees therecn.
. ALSO—Quo one other piece or lot of land situate
in Monroe - Barons:h. bounded on the north by land
of J. L. Blackwell, on the east by land forme& own
ed by Wm.\llart, now deceased, op the south by -
land of Codding, Russell Ai Co., and on. the west by ;
Main street, on which is a two-story house. Said
lot is about 45 feet on Main strest and the same dis
tance back frotn Main street. • • • .
• TERILE3 CALSHe •
Tray 29, 1852 •
ORPHANS' COURT SALE. -BY
virtue of an °Merl-anted out of the Orphaite
Court of Bradford County, the undersigned - Oar-
Was of the estate of Oscar Warner, FIaTRIO War-
tier, Josephine Warner. sad Edgar Warner, minor
children of Samuel Warner, late of Pike twp., dee'd.
will expose to public solo ott the premises, Thurs
day. August 8. 1672, eoramencing. at one o'clock. p
m„ the fallowing described, lot, piece or 'parcel of
land situate in 'Pike twp., hennaed as follows:
• Beginning at a stake and stones being -tho north
east coy. of the herein, described lot of land, and.
also a corner of Afariah Champion's land thence
south along the line of the said Champion's and a
lot owned birGeo. C.-Atweed 83 perches teka stake
and' stones; thence west, along - thei lino of said -
Champlori's land 16 and 3-10 nachos to a corner of
Antes R. Agnctes land; thence north along the
lino of the said Agnew 67 perches to a car. in the
lino of said Champion's land; thence south 65 deg.,
east 164 per. along line of 'said Champior to place
of beginning; containing 9 acros,More br less, Ina
' proved, with an old house and barn and few fruit
tree thereon. .
TEIIIIS—f 25 down and balance on confirmation
of sale. BETSEY- A. walorzn,
• 'Tina:l-we • Ortardtan.. .
U. s. 3Lustal for said District
w.g. 11. ItORGAN,,
PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO
A. TUE CONSTITUTION' OF F.EiNSYLVANIA.
rrsorouva AIIT2S - VSIT:` , .. - T to TOM cossr t yrrlsos
or 1 , 14. v., '
Ile it telolra by Rt. Sena! , ant !big,: of Represell
tatircs of the Conttnontrlal.th of J'ainsyiranir in Cen
tral ..Issently met, That the following amembnent Of.
tho Constitution of this
.commonweolth bo propoaod _
to the peoplelor their adoption or rejection, pram
alit to the proriMonit of the tenth artleio thereof.
out the. sixth -section of the': sixth article of
th Constitution, and insert in lien thereof the fol..
ring: " A state Treasurer shall be chosen by the
nailed electors of the State. at such Dines and for
such term of service as shall be.proseribed by law."
Spottier of the Muse - of 'Representatives. •
JAM El. IiUTAN,
Speaker of the &rat,.
Approved the twenty-second day -of,.3farch„ Antra
Domini one thousand eight hundred and severity
Prj . pated and certified for publication pursuant t...)
the renth Article of the Cotatitution.
Secretory of the Commonwealth.
Otll4 Secretary of the Commenwealtb,l
Ilarrisburg, Juno 26, 1672.-4 m. f -
Goatt-ot tLe Thaited States..'lor-lbe V-estern Dh
tricti of Petiiisylriulis.. Westeha District of ..renn•
syl rows. In the matter of Gordon Mason and
A. G. Mason, !firth of G. F. Mason 4 C 0.,) Bank.
rnpts : • - •..
Western District of Pennsylvania, ss.:—Thie is tc
give notice, 'That on the 17th day of July, A.ll
Ir 2. a Warrant in Bankruptcy was issurutainst
the estate of Gordon F. Muon an A: G. Mason.
(Ann of G. F. Mason k. C 0..) of ough of To
wanda, in the County of BradfOr Btato of
T'onjurylvania, who have been adjit d Ilirrdrrnpts
on their own petition ; that the t -of any
- debts and delivery of any property. : belonging to
such Bardzirpta to them or for their use, and the
teamster of any property by them, are forbidden by
law ' • that a 'Meeting of-the Creditors of intid Bank
rupts, to prove their debts. and- to choose ono or
more assignees •of their estate. will be held wt's
Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the office
E. Overton, Jr., in the Borough 'of Towanda. Pal.
team Edward Overton, Jr.. )...art, on the 17i4 dar
of,!3mtembrr, A. D. 1372, at -U o'clock. a. m. -
A. Istawocri. •
P. S. Marshal. al Messenger.
Jelly 23, 117.--st
t - 303IECISTRA.TOR'S
votity hereby given to all persons indebicil -
to ` estate of C. L. WARD, late of Towanda,
de ea e 4, Must Make immediate payment, dud
all persona having clahna against said estattp must
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
. - • JOSEPH POWELL, -
• stay 23 - Adrutubstrater;
CIAIrrION--- I Wheiettll my wifti Lot
tio has, loft toy bid and board without host
cause or provocation, this is thervfori: to notify all
venom, against harboring or trusting her on my
account. asd Will pay no debts of her culitractim:'
after this date, unless compelled by law.
D. L. s tIfiSIBLD
Sugar nun, July - 18, 167,11.-30. - •
CAUTlON.—Wherens, my wife_ Al
mita has left mrbed and board iriihent net.
CaiIBC prnvocation, this to cer1:11,1 .311 rrr.ms
harhorluj ~ r 41c,_:11• r .t ,
I.•°Y 1,0 . 1 . h•n• - col,tr4r 004
Ati.ar,,r; - fr.lv LIN; ;
FARMERS, bring your product
aria eell 'to'FnY s M.PICCC:
Jas. 19, 117