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,111ay 1, 1873.
POLICEMAN BURNS takes drunken
wen to the lock-op.
TO ALL outward appearances, the
ren't is in a prosperous condition; it seems - to
be well .rottonized.
Wm. llvEn" has been appointed
Postmaster at Idyersburg, in place of
MowEy sold by the Building
ciation on'llonday evening last, brought from
$57 to i 66 per share. ,
Kr.LT OGO & - MAURICE, of Athene?
'have taken a contract to build a $50,000 bridge
ewer the river at Pittston.
Join 0. WARD has raised the side
walk in front of the Ward How; to thu grade
establisbed . by borough engineer.
" GEOBGE RRFRA, who died recently
in Elmira, was, many: years ago, a citizen of
this county, and engaged in business in Troy..
THE'Elnzira Advertiser speaks of a
man,receiving an injury on hiaka head. How
many heads do people in Chemung county
WE AitE under obligations to PAY
sox, DMITON & SCRUMS% for a copy of their
'Manual of Penmanship, a very interesting and
useful work for teachers and students. C. P.
Cnoss this the book for sale.
A DIAECTOitY of the churches, socie
ties, and county and borough officers, will be
found in another column. We will thank any
officers of the sccietiea, to notify us of mistakes
or 'any changes which
.may take place.
Arglit3 thinks VANAMBURG'S
Menagerie not wortkate.eing, just because the
agent didn't think it would pay to advertise in
that paper. The exhibition is pronounced by
c all who hav6 witnessed it, the best performance
of the kind eitant. - I
J. C. Wasos, of the Elwell House,
was prostrated by an attack of paralysis, on
Saturday morning last. lie remained in a criti
cal condition during the day, but is now im
proving, although he has lost the use of his
May numbers of the Galaxy,
itarper's Magazine and Seribner's Monthly, are
ail on our table. We have no space for a criti
cal review of these excellent periodicals, but
we earnestly advise every one who can afford it,
to take them all.
Ouu market men furnished their
easterners with spinnge, lettuce, and other
" green sauce," last week.Aith the wide-awake
class of business men we have, oar citizens who
hate the " stamps" ire enabled to enjoy all the
luirtries of the large cities.
- city dads having ordered all
the signs taken down, we were pleased to no.
lice our good-natured and enterprising burgess
bu§y pointing out busine , s places to strangers,
the oilier evening. The Council will pardon
for - EUeiationing those '• proceedings.-
WILL Wri,LiAms,.the young colored
know wh,, was arrested last week for the too
tr( and careless use ol'a revOlver on the street,
had a hearing - before Jastice Bou.ticr, on Satur
day ht t, and was held in for his appear
::nee at Ccurt. He was et , otheitte& in default
of bail. ,
THE Tioga Gounty Express, is the
'nth , of a large and neatly printed Paper, juq
started in the thriving village of Tioga, with
Ti - ,ans:,:l.tcprEnwourn as Cditol:B and propri
etors. The numbs bet,ore us rednis credit
m''n the editorial ability and mechanical gen
ie thr pre.priet. , ,i .4.
WE wish the licin would suggest
with(' B.trongli Cone, il, the propriety of
sera:tinsoe police tai pr,vent crowds from as
vetahlins'siu front of the entrance to Mercur's
Flall, every time a theatre or minstrel,,tiOnpe
perform in town. On such occasion. it often
ImpoFsiblii for bulks to pass.
'HON.. H. LAwnE'Ncs Scbrr has been
appointed administrator, pew/ode /lb-, of the
estate of the late FRANCIS TYLER. Could
tby men alw.i.yd \foresee, the trouble and
pense occasioned by their propert ; after death,
they twuld be more tartieular about making.a
disprsiiion of it during life.
LLE following,f+ entente was copied
check, presen dat First National Bank
lir, other day :
.`lichold the uuseri•a that attend on riches :
gained with toil, kepi with fear, enjoyed with
'l'is hard tae saved, if we have them ;
unpos:dble if we love ,
REV'. C. W. BEN-;N i ETT, met a large
audience in the M. E. Church, on Wednesday
evening, last, all of whom were entertained and
edified by his very finished anti well delivered
lecture on "What I saw in Vaterland." Mr. B.
has deservedly made a good reputation in the
lecture field during the imst seasion.
A Grim. 'looking limb of the law
from Sullivan courety, was furnished with safe
if not very comfortable quarters in Fort Smart,
Friday last. lie was permittcil to go on his
Way when the - S.A . E. train departed on Satur
day mi,rning. "Touch not,.tali;te not, handle
nyt, - is the only safe rule for such poor.fellows.
On: manufacturing interests are
I , , , ,iiitig up. The nail works a o now in succors-,..:
fill operatipb, the Mower Company is fairly
cstsbliAted, and liustran A Enos. A: Temni'S
Boot and Shoe Manufactory will nearly 'double
nit. very large
,business transacted last year.-
Thc re is an emeellent opening here fora wooden
wzre inanufacthry, glass works, and a blast
Tim Ladies' Aid Society of the
1:$1, : cop,11 Church, have just purchased a claim
the new church edifice, amounting, to
s me $6lOO, and will give the ve,itry and other
members of no , congregation an opportunity
r.l,owing whether they really desire the com-
or the mirk. It is understood that the
colleaVacir debt, unless immedi
rtei•x :tr . ...lcLen to go on with the building.,
THE examination of linxity
chirged with robbing the Post Office last
fall, , which was t progress before U. S. Cona
,ue went to preys last week,
te6ultecl iu holding the acenied . in the sum of
fob his appearance at the June term -of
the S. Court, be held in Williamsport. In
&fault of bail, he was committed to the Wit
lounsp,nt jail th &Wait trial. COWBELL did
plead guilty, as stated in the' ArTus.
A commsPosoEs-r writing from this
Dioc4e to the Episcopal Register, says :
"It is a matter of general' regret that the
Iter.-E. A. Wanriner, of Montrose, has left the
Diocese for a l'Snsh at Holden City, Colorado.
WP can certainly congratulate the Bishop of
Collritdo on tlui accession to the ranks of his
elerky. The Parish to whieh be has goneis one
- which will repay hard work; and being in close
proximity to Jarvis Hall—the Bishop's College
and Training ; School will afford the Rector
tusziy opportunities for usefulness outside the
lanite, of Parochial duties."
Cool..—A wealthy b4nking house
111 Pniladelphia, sends' us a lengthy article,
strongly recommending a railroad enterprise
lo the southern part or this State, with the very
modest request that we give it a place in our ,
eolttnins free of charge. This enterprifing fam
are undoubtedly the financial agenfs of the
1%. id, awl auxi , pli to sell the bonds and pock,
t . all the profit. Xe don't propose to help
them. Jai Goyim & Co., who realize the value
cf the prep, would rimer do so mean a thlngl
. _ .
Mn. R O. Loco - mon, of We ll sburg.
N. Y., met with a painful accident last Thurs-
day, narro sly escaping the loss of his hand.
While engaged in his planing mill, almile came
in contact with his left hand, crushing it and
severing his middle finger. Coolly holding the
wounded hand witlirthe other, he proceeded to
his residence, and after a fbw commonplace re
make to his wife, to allay any nervousness, he
sent for Dr. 3. F. timrrn, who skillfully dressed
the injured hand, but for . some time Mr-L. will
be incapaetated for busi ness.
ALWAYS .speak well of your neigh
bors. Good words are often of more raw to a
man than money, and while they cost the girt,
nothikg, they rather add to his happiness. We
know a man who always recommends the busi
ness men of this place, when he is away from
-home, and the practice if generally " adopted,
would not only beget a friendly feeling among
our fellow-citizens, but tend to give our town a
better reputation with strangers: Many a man
h been rained financially , by envious and nn
't , ble remarksby meddlesome persons.
o boys named JAMES LARK IN and
Bnxv SICSLEE were arrested by,Policeman
Buinis on Friday last,charged withbrealting into
itimms, Rocrwrm. & Co.'s foundry, the Eureka
Mower Co.'s office and Grion's shim, a few
nightssince. 4 hearing before Justice Bauur
was commenced Saturday afternoon and con
tinued daring the evening and Monday. limy:
etxrerxr, was the principal witness against
them. The - only article of any Value secured by
the boys Were a couple of hams taken from 0.
D. aurrizres smoke-house. They were held
in $l,OOO each for their appearance at court.
. _ I
WE gladly weloome our •esteemed
friend, Rev. J. B. Sumean, back to this county.
For several years past, he has resided in Nich
olson, Wyoming county, but at the late confer
ence ho was assigned to Wyalnsing charge.. A
correspondent writing from Nicholson to the
Turitharmock 12Fpubliean, says of him:
"Rev. J. B. Sumner, pastor of the M. E.
Church or this place. for`thi past thrce years,
and who by his pleasant, -genial manner and
faithful devotion to the interest of the church,
and the unhanding of the Christian religion,
has endeared himself to the entire community,
leftpri Friday last for Wyalniiing, the station
assigned him by the M. E. Conference; to
which place ho goes greatly - honored and re
speciteid by his parishioners with whom he has
so long and successfully labored. Rev. D. C.
Barns:,who takes Mr. Sumner's place here, is a
gentleman of fine ability, and will no doubt fill
his place to the entire satisfacfion of hia-nuaie
G. W. WATERS, the well known
Elmira artist, has just finished two life-size
portraits for the parlors of Pour.nox Btu/rums'
Bank. that will boi of general interest to the
people of this place and vicinity. The first
is a portrait of the late Col. I. N. POIIEILOY, fa
ther of Portr.nor Buorurus, and one of the ear
liest, best known citizens of this place—A man
of superior business qualities, energetic, long
headed and somewhat eccentric. The portrait,
which was made from a photograph, is an ex
cellent one, and will be.a pleasant reminder of
One of our Maur citizens. The other portrait
is that of the' IMO DANIEL F. PONSUOT, also
painted from a photograph taken a few years
ago, which makes him look slightly 'younger
than at the time of his death ; but it will ba ac
knowledged as a fine portrait of Mr. roarEitor,
as he was known to the public, with whom he
had so many friendly relations. Both portraits
are finished iu the'llighest style of Mazza' best
work, and that is praise enough.—Northern
Tourusis and pleasure seekers are
already making preparations for their summer
excursions. Minnequa has become c„ favorite
resort for the bettar class of pleasure Eeekors.
The Harrisburg St ate Journal says of it :
"Those-who have had the experience of the
different:simmer resorts, acknowledge that'for
comfort, quiet and real benefit, Minnequa
Springs are equal to the best, and much bet
ter than the great majority of fashionable wa
tering places. This season, Minnequa will be
under a new management, and we are glad to
announce that Peter S. Attick, of the Girard .
House, Philadelphia, will have entire charge of
the establishment. Mr. Attick is so well and
favorably known, that this will be good news to
all who intend to visit Minnequa the coming
season. Mr. Attick has had years of experience
in the hotel business, and has the reputation,
well merited, as one or the most obliging and
accernmodating men connected with thelarge
hotels of the country, and tinder Its manage-.
Tel certain that Minnequa wfil become
,f (Air most poPnlar summer resorts."
NV. rdio has been is the house since
it wat , iir t4.lt-acd. a. telegraph operator and
cleik, trill rtinaip thi,t ;canon. His courteous
mann( N nod obliging disposition, have done
much reinkring Blinneriud Po popular.
ITEMS Eelected from the Athens Ga
- J..1.1:1f0y C•Jri:is, uridoebtand, has pur_
ed the Jot fronting A., t ittree, and' ad
joining that 1.;1' Dr. J. L. L . :, ConsideratiOn,
fLOui.i. He shbuid bo able to double ins iuonej•,
ail(' can do it bytaking the proper coririe.
—FLoYD Lormis, of Wolcott Hollo7r, met with
toile a t•eilgtis accident : one day last week. He
was at wort: iu a saw mill, and in reaching over
.a lath saw which was in motion, his left sleeve
canlqi.it tit the teeth, drawing his arm in a bent
position ag.linst the saw in such a manner thst
a part of the elbow jf , int was cut off, and stop..
ping the saw. It will, probably cause hiin a
stiff run, if not an entire loss of the use of it.
-MIGHT HAVE LEALN Wend' D;PEca,
foreman of the wood shop at the bridge works'
of KELLoeo lllatracz ' t came near meeting
with a sr:liens accident the other day. Ho was
turning a hollow wooden eiclinder it a' lathe,
and letting the machinery het under too great
headway, the cylinder flow in pieces, one piece
striking him on the arm and severely bruising
Out not breaking it, which .will giVe him a rest
for a few days.
TUE BILtDIORD ItEi'ORTER rind One
of its editor,. at leas', to trOlible FOLIIn
people ezeeeiingly. We were aware, how
ever, that the meiddier,ouie, malicious and CLlii.•
011.4 spirit preiiailed so lar from home, until we
elist:overed the tollowing in the last Athens Ger 7
"It now appears that Mr. Alvord, of the Re
porter, was interested in the Item office - ;.at To
wanda It is also rumored that he is ihterest
ed io the new paper about to be started. We
hardly believe this, as it would work injury to
his present business.'
The only interest Mr. Avronn ertr had in the
!too, was a claim for MO, ,resulting from the
purchase of notes' given for the material, by
Messrs. IloonENovau CiarsoN.. Recently,
3lr. pr..WON lifted the notes and paid the in
terest. We have a small account against the
publisher of the Gazelle, which we should be
plea-ied to have settled in the same manner,
but w e do not expect it ever will be.
In regard to tub report that Mr. A. is inter
cstodin another paper soon to be started' here,
all we hate to say is that the report is as mali
cious as the first one, and Mr. IlixroN, of the
Gazette, knows it.
PEnsoN.u..—Papt. JuSEPII INGEII3I,
of Knoxville, Pa.,
,paid us a visit last ‘reek. Jos
was looking rein; rkabl% well, notwithstanding
the fact that he spent the whole winter in Har
--Master J.smns 3fEnc-un, who has been at
tending a preparatory school in New Hamp
shire for the past year, has been compelled to
give up his studies on account of saute difitcul
ty-with his eyes.
—tiler. F. Smtm.lir, «ho has been pursuing
hid the 1ol;ical Istudies at Syracuse. L'uivervity;
for tlip past year, is temporarily Principal of a
Seminary at Cazenoria, N. Y.
--HocsroN, of the Gxerter, was in town on
Saturday, looking very -pouch Improved in
health. He informed us.that ho should resume
the publimition of lus paper very soon. He has
our bust wishes for sneoess, and ardent bi - :To
that the 'hand of afflietion may not again be
Jald upon him.
S..limiscrny, of Scranton, is in town
on s visit t 6 his mother.
.—Judeg Eir f tanEmu will hold a special term of
Court in Wellsboro, commencing on the 13th
inst. , ).
—Surveyor General Urn paid US a flying
visit on TAuirsday last. 4 ,-
--Juni: . Morino -h., Eq., of father :t
Judge Moritiow, has been dangerously ill,
we are pleased to learn is now. improving.
.Nln. 'EDITOR : As tb ,, forests of
Bradforl county have nearly' disappeared, the
question of fuel lt - a4-laecoukc of no little impor
tance, even in the rural districts. 'The time
honored fireplace, with its huge back-logs, lias
given room for costly stoves, filled with coal at
no little expniss... Npt unfrcqutmtly, tht eon.
sunte "r b non toroi4 to let !ad ham a dell~'
er who Lae the ion imatrol Of the price in his
vicinity, because railroad companies reline to
deliver to other partbm. Who beide Giefiealer
at Canton, can hive coal forwirded to fibs at
the station at that point on the 2forfAern
trali If any one on, why the continuous - cry
slant the musty* price of malt But, is this
case the people of Canton and vicinity lave the
remedy in their own hands. Will they use it?
Of course they will if they 13101 how it can be
done, at leant this is the natural supposition.
This is what we would advise them to do: help
the faithful road commissioners of Laney to
complete the public road from Leßoy to Car
bon Bun mines, two miles west from Barclay.
Last fall these commi i ssionars surveyed the
route and expended about $7OO towards Bacon
struction, and It will probably cost $l,BOO More
to complete it. When finished. the mines will
be, by a good road, about 31 miles from Leßoy,
64 from Granville Centre, and 114 from Canton.
Canton should bo more interested in the
completion of this road than any of the sur
rounding country; therefore her citizens were
asked to aid in this enterprise. What did they
Within a few weeks work will bo recommenc
ed and continued until It is passable; bat then
the work will cease for this season - unless fur
ther aid be tendered outside of Leßoy town
ship. Now this is not all that is wanted. No
thing short of a good road should be made,
and this at once. Let all interested do as well
as Leßoy, and a permanent road of easy grade
will bo made by the first of Beptember, thus
preparing a cheap source to obtain coal for tha
Moro than this, it will then not be necessary
to drive from 18 to 26 mileei to get to Towanda,
nor shake in a stage coach until you dream of
fever and ague, for the " iron-hone" will bd in
readiness at the mines to convey " one and all"
to the county-scat. Ntmon.
SomE time ,8111 . Cei we bopied from
the Philadelphia Press, pen-pictures of Hon.
Wu. J. Tunar.u, and Dr. Honrox, two of our
members of the Constitutional Convention. Be
low we give the portrait of Slid other one, Mr
PATTON, copied from the same paper. - Mr. P.'s
numerous friends will readily see how true to
life it is:
" One of the members from - the Fourteenth
Senatorial district, Hon. Joseph 0. Patton, the
son of Gen, Wiliam Patton, an etidnent lawyer,
still living, was born in 1825, in Towanda, Brad
for county, where he still resides. He comes
of an old Pennsylvania
,family—the Patton, of
the Juniata on the One side, and the Hales of
Connecticut, who were descendents of Sir Math
ew Hale, on the other. He measures 5 feet 10
inches, weighs 9.00 pounds, weirs glasses, short
hair, beard and sits on the outer circle of seats.
Ho finished his education at Allegheny College
in 1850, became a practical-printer, and for a
time engaged in mercantile pursaits, but for
the past ten years has been a successful opera
tor in mat estate, contributing not a little to
the advancenient of publidimprovements in his
native town. A life-long Democrat, the present
is the only public position he has ever occupied.
The nomination sought him entirely unsolicit
ed, and his . election was without opposition.
Possessing high and cultivated social - qualities
and a genial bonlionitne, his friendships [ are ar
dent and enduring. In the convention he is
the originator of some important measures,
which barn received the sanction of that body
in committee, among which is the endorsed
ballot, and the clause prohibiting double taxa
tion. He, occupies a conservative position on
the Committee of Accounts and Expenditures
of the Convention, makes careful speeches, and
is admired for his ability, social and literary,
and for his high social qualities."
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. —As the Bo
rongli Council persist in adhering to&'their de
termination to permit their proceedibgs to ap
pear in no raper until after their publication in
the Pod, we are compelled to give our reader,
ouch a synopsis of tin doings of this imperial
Body, as we can gstii-r a the street.
At the meetir.l: n,e.1. , y evening, the
Council were bullied into Lacking down froth
their resolution to remove the oldwooden awn
ings, which arc admitted by all to be a nui
sance, and in case of Are very often dangerous.
The virtuous resolution of the Council seems
to have spent itself - on tho signs, which were
much less objectionable in every. particular. Bat
thou who has any right "to question the acts of
the city fathers? The tar-payers would un
doubtedly be lad to ace some action taken to
permanently better the condition of our streets,
which are in a 'Worse condition than the roads
of the poorest township in the count. ; but we
muse patiently wait the pleasure of the Council
no matter how much the best interests cf the
borough ate jeopardized.
con:minion McCitta: and JORDAN were 111).
pointed t examine Main street, below Frank
lin, and it port nbethrr it is properly located or
Dr. 1`..nr,.11 and J. I). Frosrj appeared and
e;,terc , (l a protest a;.iaint establishing the pro
poscil grad , ... cm Main street, oppi,hite their pro--
The sts,On was s•ontiuued tut) the " wco
11 , ,ure, - but the abov, comprises about all
the i t3aFiness tiansauted.
It is'intimated that the night of meeting is
t) be chavgnl, ia order t> relieve the
members frnia th, charge of partiality in the
publication of proceedings. While Each a
more wot.ll appcar decidedly we
think it would be much - more to the credit of
the Council, than their present tyranical and
DO PEOPLE READ ADVERTISEMETB ?
—There is now and-theu a person so stupid as
to believe that advertisements in the news
paper are 1.19 t generally read, and that money
expdnded in advertising is ; practically wasted.
Even such will concede that if a hundred men
of polite address, cf fluent 'speech and ready
wit were to cad upon a hundred otherseand get
the ear of each long enough to say John Smith
or Jones or Thompson, at such a place, hu
such and inch goods at such prices, or would
sell a farm ar house and lotsor has lost money,
etc., we say, such men - will; concede that the
services of this hundred men would be of great
value to Smith or Jones, and in some manner
advantageous to the party to whom this state
ment was made. These one hundred men
could not be employed to go from door to
dour, and make this statement to ten Mowed
people at less than a cost of several hundred
dollars each trip. All this is done by the news
papers at a cost of a few shillings, or a few poi
lars at the most, and the virits are male week
after week, and day after day. The messenger
who travels addresses himself to the ear, sad
takes the party addressed when be may have
h's thoughts absorbed in business or other
matters ; but the newspaper reaches the party.
sought through the eye, when the rsador has
his thoughts solely fixed upon the. paper before
bat those who affect to believe that there is
little use in advertising, urge as an objection,
that the advertisements are not read. They
can easily be convinced of their 'error ia this
respect by making inquiry. Let then insert an
advertisement offering to purchase some arti
'ell that is tolerably plenty in the market, and
thy will be flooded with offers 'to sell before
the ink of the advertisement is day. An enter
prising weekly, that has a circulation of one,
two or three thousand espies, is in a position to
do the village merchant great good, and for
which, as a rule, the piblisber does not' get
one-fourth of what he justly deserves. In its
sphere, the weekly is of quite as much service
to the advertiser as is the daily, an 1 oftentimes ,
enjoys the privilege of being. the exclusive fam
ily viiitor, a privilege the daily seldom hls.
ROUE—ED. RZPOIITER : Allow me,
in behalf of the citizens of Rome borough, to
thank you for your timely notice, warning an
the readers of the REPOILTEII against appropri
ating any -portion of the poetry which appeared
in your paper of Sprit 17, for oar citizens were
discussing the propriety of clipping it.
The long and severe winter has passed away,
and with it several of oar young men, they
having gone to Pittston to stay during the
rammer. Friend Yiao has left our bed and
board, completely disgusted. •
:nags PAsaucaik is el In ly recovering from a
severe illness, which as afflicted him nearly all
Mr. Ilinowav and daughter have gone to
Mansfield, to attend the fanerad of L. A.
We have two Sabbath-wools pow in operi
tion, both of which are well attended, Ad next
Sabbath we reorganize the third at the M. E.
The young ladies are amusing themselves by
trying to make their yards look u enticing as
possible ; while the gentlemen aro 'making ar
rangements to build a depot, and wherelt shall
bo is the first question to settle. licughbor A
Banta it in this place, B in that, C in another,
while D says, " Well, gentlethen, I don't care
where you put it, only so we have it," and so it
goes ; far, Mr. Editor, you must know that we.
are looking for the cars every day, and some
have gone so far as to ran a slant alum
eotthitard Wail tioWA thswCviii
font themestese by kit** 41110111016.1 d Our
se. speotesies sadwidoos saw lastrassats to
amid •lefoe. noes who have Ito issbuseets.
rood to tbsold method of aides their boob
shore their vies. I tell yea we are tea Mhz,.
ma, sad Was the sus maks theft se*lnutos
sOOO, we shill tome to seed for as eye doctor.
Editor. ea some to the f onewhst esue.
pis is requested, as some dills Is regard to
the result :
Tax limatons: Con OOMPANIZS.—
Pin= ,arroan : Keay of your readers are
Babbalb-Seioid workers. They will be interest
ed in the work of which I write s and may per
14ps assist Wits estrodom The plan at Mis
sionary Corn Companies Is idmple, and might
be auccessfully employed by almost any 13*
bath-school outside of the largest towns and
cities. r -
:nit before planting time, the saperktteod
ant grim to each member of his school who
joins the company, a package of seed earn,
for sight or more Lilts. ma core is
planted, cultivated and gathered by each Indi
vidual. At s fixed time In the fdl, an the corn
Is brought to the superintendent, who disposes
of it as he thinks best. In some cues, the pa
rents, children, teachers and scholars hold a
special meeting, and after an address and sing
ing, the corn is 'old at auction, realising a large
return, to the great delight 'of the children.
Several gatherings of this kind have taken
place in Centre county, Pa. One was held not
long since by a `Sunday -school in Milesburg,
which will serve to Illustrate the manner of
conducting these meetings. II was called a
"Missionary Corn FestivaL" • Theeorn (temps
ny connected with the school numbers one brio
dred members, boys-and girls. At corn plant
ing time, each member received a package of
twtntyrlonrgraine to plant, the proceeds to be
devoted to the cause of Sunday-school missions.
On the evening of the festival, the scholars ap
peared early, bringing with them 'their bags'
and baskets of corn, the fruits of their labor.
After an appropriate prayer-and hymn, the
pastor, In a few hearty words, commended the
successful efforts of his school In behalf of the
mission work of the American Sunday-ochool
Un:on. Then followed three other abort ad
dresses, interspersed with well-selected music.
A lunch, served by the ladies, occupied a Mixt
time, and formed an excellent preparation for
the sale, which was next- In order. One hun
dred and fifty ears realized $lO ; a small sack of
ears, 75 cents ; one bushel of corn, $1.70 ; and
so on. The poorest ear, a mere cob, with per
haps a dozen kernels, was sold - for 30 cents.
The entire nroeeeds amounted to $23.
A part of the 150 ears mentioned above, is
offered to litsbbath-schools in Bradford county,
that will form Missionary Corn Companies and
engage in this good work. It is the "Golden
Drop* variety, which ripens very early. fin
.perintendonts will be supplied free in the order
of their applications. State definitely the num
ber of packages wanted.' I name some of .the
benefits attending these efforts :
1. It inculcates in the young a spirit of prac
tical Christian benevolence.
2: It employs the children In a pleasant way
of doing good.
3. It serves to awaken a. deeper Interest In
1. The proceeds are faithfully exploded for
Sunday-school missionary purposes on our
home field in Northern Central Pensylrania.
Missionary American 8. 8. 'Union.
• THE Medical Society will meet at
the Ward House, on Wednesday next,.
~lc . ~~lr:.r ,~.
so. The best brands of flour can
always bo found at McOast 8 'Etwanns'.
se. Special bargains >in Black
EvAxs & HELDILVIII.3.
mg. If you want the finest stamp
ed paper, call at Caoas'.
viirSpring style Silk Hats at H.
Caosa is selling fine wall pa
pen cheaper than ever.
my. A large assortment of Brack
ets just received at- Fuosr 4t, 13oNs.
vs- That Domestic Broad at Scorr
rc, C.o.'s, inns everybody.
Fon Sinc.—iThe vacant lot jut
!uth of tho Episcopal Parsonage. Enquire of
OVERT ON Etanszr
M. Rooms to let in third
story over J. WOLFF'S store. Inquire of
G. A. Ihrros.
Buckeye Grain Drill, for sow
ing all kinds of seed and plaster, for sale at
_ BARRON & Hamm's.
1 Buckeye Walkin g or ,Ridin g
Caltirator, for sale by
BLIIIION k Hosroan.
is. Fall line of Glass, Paints, Oils,
Varnish and Dryers, at
DAIMON & Haman's.
aft. COILS= & CO9NS have more,
cheaper and, better Boots and Shoes, than
were ever before offered for sale in Towanda.
sir McCABE & EDWABDS have a
full supply of Baist'a celebrated garden reel*
in bulk or in mall quantities.
SO. EVANSAHicumurra call atten
tion to their advertisement of new Spring
M. BURDICK'S National Hay and
Straw Cutters, for sale by
Pluculzros tt Dassow.
Itif" A large assortment of Atari
can Cook and ParlorlEitcn cis, at
Pmint.cros a: Danaoyea.
INI6 We have just reeeived a new
stock of tags, which we can print on the short
est notice at the lowest rates.
se.. C. F. (Noss has the best as
sortment of Wall Papers and Window Shades,
ever exhibited in this place.
tair Job work executed at this of
receives the highest encomiums from the
86., New , styles Dress -Goods,
Shawls, Jam Silks, Percales, Piques and Prints
at Emaxs& littroacrs's.
EaGs ron SALL—Light Brahma,.
Buff and Paitridge bochin Eggs, at reasonable
rates. Enquire at No. 3 Mercies Block.
C. P. Worse.
ifir The cheapest place in Towan
da to bay your Hata and Bonnets is at Mrs. J.
D. lEiru.'s. Griffith k Patton's )31ock, Towanda
RICEU3IOIt WATER DRARER.—The
beat well curb and bucket in use: irately much
improve& Ranh to here. Call and ice it.
lII' Paisley and Ottoman Shawls,
of the newest styles and at low prices, Jost re
mired at B. A. Prrpre Co's.
sew A fall line of White Goods,
Table Linens, Napkins, Towels and Embroider
ies, at - Erasii En.natrn's.
so. B. A. Prrsis ;5: Co. keep a
Urges usortment of firsklsse Dry Goods and
' April 23-4 w.
28. F. Capirss.is now offering
his large and dew, aismitmeht of wall paper
at picas the* utonlsh every one. His stock is
(tot surpassed by any , other establishment in
the country, and parehaaers Will And It'to their
stage to ire him a cal.
lot .0 dim lowa. slop Into Nis. Koroos'
rooms of hake. law doset oak pot to bay.
Maitte--01) Pruciliclky .afkonoon,
May U, 100 good Viii Oar's. i Nose wanted
tad.ilia GiCOIS 131171 T.
illr 1111 spare no
Was WIWI upon ail who may give her a WI.
She mho =am a speelelty. , -
Griffith & Patios% Bk3ek, Beidge4t.
so. Pure Cayuga Plaster , on baud
sod for sale at Kyushu, I[Wi, at $7.50 per
splendbi s t . mortnient of ts--
dies' Bows and Ties , justlautived at B. A2Prt
April 17-2 w.. - •
SIP The place to boy • tlrst-class
Cook or Parlor Stone, is at
Puresros k DLYILOW'S,
Howes Itariaarsza• PLOW. The
best Reversible. or side-Sill and Level Land
Plow in use. Jost received a supply. It gives
good satisfaction. Try IL •
IL IL Ifinzas.
Towanda, April 23
MI. If you - want a first-Class Par
lor Stove, get the Light House, on hand And
for sale by Panoramic & DAaaow,
isir Now is a good _time to get
your letter-heads, -envelopes, , and bill-heads
printed, and the Emma °Moo is good
pima to get they executed.
p►` Why rink the risk of an &ed=
dent, when yon cm get a ticket good for $3,000
in case of death, for 20 cents a day, by calling
on Muss Brassies, at tipper depot ?
sir Mrs. B. J. Mnisos has just rer
turned from New York, with a large * supply of
Millinery and Ladies' Furnishing Mods, in all
the newest styles and latest novelties. Opening
day Tuesday, April 15. tf.
RUBBER Pent-t—Havo you seen or
heard of it? H not, it is worth your while to
enquire into Its Table. Bee . B. M. WLLX.Is'
" Bobber Paint" card in another column.
as. Crowds of people still go to
i liktyrr lc Co.'s Bakery and Dining Booms, Ist
door north of Ward House, for refreshments.
Warm meals at all Vows.
LAZARUS & MORELS, manufac
turers of those celebrated spectacles, have
,changed their :agency from J. 1111:10CCENDOI to
Wm. A. CUAXISIRLAIJOI.
EVERY Femme ms ows RusTEa.—
Use Rubber Paint. _ It is mixed ready for use.
Spreads easily and smootly, is glossy, arm, du
rable, elastic. and is a Iteaufgfed Paint. R. M.
Wrxxxs has the Paint.
i Every business Juan should
supply himself with neatly printed letter head
ings, envelopes and cards. We furnish these
articles executed in the neatest styles at low
Busses Psnrr.—Beady. for use. In
Quart Cans ; 1, 2 and 5 Gallon Cm and Tubs.
Pure White, Jet [Stack ; and beautiful, cottage,
shades and tints in peat variety. Tho best and ,
chespest of all paints. It. M. WELLES.
J. 0. Fiwsr & Sox wish to
put a Woven Wire 2dattress in every house in
Towanda, on a month's trial, and if it does not
snit them, they will call and take it away. Now
is four time to get perfect sleep. Be sure you
try, and then you will buy.
DIMOBEF-U3LE WORK.—Soing plas
ter by hind. Tho Tompkins County Seeder
will relieve you of: the disagreeable job, and do
it nicely. It will also sow all kinds of grain
much better than yon can possibly do it by
hand. Try it. R. M. WELLY'S.
mar A. room with • dingy, smoky
paper, or dirt-begrimed walls, can never have
the attraction for your children and friends
that neatly papered rooms have. Therefore, if
you desire to make home attractive and keep
your children out of the streets at night, go to
Ceoss' and select wall paper enough to cover
all our walls.
air 3i. J. TARIM wants fifty thou
sand feet to fit with Boots - and Shoes, at his
new store opposite the Means House. Boots at
ono dollar and twenty-Live cents a pair; how
is that for low? 157 Main street, below Bridge.
COAL AT WIIOLESAIAL—P. 31. WE:um
is selling superior Hard Anthracite Coal, by
tho car load, very cheap, delivered at any R. It.
station between Wyalusing and Athens. Now
is the time to secure your Winter's linpply.
Nor BILAMiD & HILL would call the
attention of the - public to .the fact, that their
market is always supplied with the choicest
steaks, roastai; lamb and mutton, pork, sausage,
flab,.etc. The? are now recoiling daily supplies
of fine fresh oysters, which they offer at whole
sale and retail at the very lowest rates
war Mrs. E. J. Mrseos has just re-,
mired the Spring styles is Hats and Bonnets,
all i a large assortment of Fancy Goods, such
as ea, Fiches, Neck Raches,.Collars and Cuffs,
tindersleaves, both lace and linen, and all the
latest novelties toi the Spring trade.
18. It is not , generally known that
H. C. Worr.tirs, at the Book Bindery over the
ExPonyin once, - makes Blank Books in any
style of ruling and binding desired. If you
want a new Ledger, Journal or Docket, give
him a call.
Fos SALE,-A very desiiable resi
denokon Pine street, Towanda, Ps:, within two
int:lutes' walk of Main street.
well arranged. Two cisterns and good wall at
the door. lugnire,of T. Mrixoes,
' Central Market.
PAR frPSt Paint your wagons,
sleds, machines, tools, etc. I can supply you
with Dubber Paint of suitable shad* ready for
use,—beautiful, cheap, durable and caring ap.
plied. Jet black, for irons and striping. .Lead
11tig shades and colors in quait and gallon cans.
IL 31. WELLF.A.
as. B. AL Prrris k 'Co. wish to
isy to the public that while they make a spe
cialty of Millinery and Fancy Goods, they also
keep a gcneral assortment of Dry Goods and
Notions of the beat quality and at the lowest
Towanda, April 24-Iw.
Mir Weser. & EDWARDS, ivith their
wall foresight, realizing that the price cf seed
would falt, did not buy early. The resalt is
they are now prepared to tarnish their custom
ers with the best varieties of clover and timothy
seedat reduced rates.
- asi..Ars. J. D. HILL has returned
from the city, with aline selection of Millinery
and'Fancy Goods, which will be on exhibition
this week. All are invited to give her a call bd
fore purchasing elsewhere. .
(lifiltn A Patton's Block, Bridge-Bt.
1111. airs. S. EL LOCKWOOD, Of Ul
ster, has jut received her stock of Millinery
Goods, Spring styles in Hats and Bonnets, and
also a good assortment of fancy goods, such u
ties, collars and cuffs, indersleercs, both lace
and linen, and all the lateit novelties for the
ser Miss .Tarn* FERGUSON, or Owe
go, N. 1., his taken the entire charge of the
Millinery Department of 3lrs. Wicionaumen
store, tNo. 2 Iterates Block, Towan4, Pa.,
Where ,tie will be happy to receive her old
Mends and customers. She will be constantly
receiving the cm latest styles, in Hats and
Bonnets for Ladies, Misses and Children.. thro'
the months of April, May, June, and the first
of July. BtrAivr. Bross,
No. 2 Mercur's Block,
Apkil 11% 1878.
D uuaia=lib iA th A PUTi
has laborite:es of L.E. Skian tmr
Wham & 1366ca's Crockery Btore, whore she
tip be prepared to do 6U landa of Dreaentaltinpi
and other meta& and with bar tern ability and
long espetinee b the boeintie, togs ettnident
that abe can please atl, both in work and prices.
To Tas La= or Toyama. Arm Vl
anarr.—liss. J..lbsoos hes dm Wool and
Amid assortment of =bay and Tancy,Goodi
aver brought into Towanda'. Also a large as•
Nutmeat of Lau' and - ,Childrin'a Be**
Nada Sults, of the latest stew Maim Cor.
sets, Beatles, lloop Elkirts„ Beat and Imitation
Fisk Goods, Jet Jewelry, ite:
Liev.-L-On Friday evening, April
April 11, 1873, between Towanda and West
Franklin, Two srms of Gray ]fired flothes,—.
one snit for a boy and the other tars nun. The
finder will be rewarded on leaving the said .
elntl.es at Jacoa's Clothing Store, Towanda, o
'rah the undersigned at Highland.
April 17, 1873-3ws.
Us. &vow—Sir : There appeared
is your paper, under date of Aprillo, an article
relative to the "Bteok " Piano, signed by Wx.
Drrrurca, and in which my name wu publish
ed., I wish to state that it was mentioned with
outAther my knowledge or consent. By print
ing the above in your paper, yon will greatly
oblige. ' Yours respectfully,
Mu. J. W. GOODWIN'.
PLASTER AND Guam Bows—The
Tompkins County Seeder. (which is alio' sold
comblined• with that .best of all , Wheel Hay
/lakes, the 7bmplins 02enty}:la the best broad
cut plaster and grain sower (in the market.
Seeder, $l5. Bake. and Seeder 'pombineC - 165.
Ilako alone, NA. Send for circular.
, IL DI. Wa tcsa.
Towanda, April 16,1873:
Paostrr.—We learn that Mrs. B, T.
Mansmar.i. was last week paid 15,000, the
amount of a policy on the life Dr a per late hus
band, named by the National fo Insurance
Co. Tiaclaim, according to the terms of the
policy, was not due for some time Yet, but it
was prepaid through the influence of the enter
prising agents in this place, Messrs. NOBLE
VECCCiT. Tee cheap rates,-and prompt 1113U
ner of doing business, of this company, recom
mend it to all who desire life insurance.
Forasmnehe as ye seafon is
now on for change of raymetit, this id writ that
all perfbu be enformed to forthwithe t.ep!iire
to the Strcete, commonly called Blaine, and to
ye houfe which-is sett down oppofite to ye
Courtiillonse, and enquire for one .TAYLOR,
where'll - 0
dwelleth, and u plcates ye fantafles
°f i nci . minds, fetch away what kind shal molt
content° them. If any bodge wolde with to ob
tain ye Aril pick'e from not a fewe stiles, ye like
of whiche was never seen, let hym come enny
day, when all ye glades shall be spread out.
giir The Herriekville Cornet Band
hue, for the past year, been applying them
selves get* assiduously to their practice—meet.
Inge sustained 'regularly twice a - week, under
nod leadership. Modesty has hitherto kept
na sdat, so far as regards.,newspaper pmts,_
but success has given us confidence, and we
consider ourselves second to no Brass Band is
Bradford, and as such would oker our Services
to the people of Bradford and adjoining coun
ties at reasonable rates. our Band cons , sts of
twelve pieces, well played. Officers : C. S.
Cann, Leader; 0. TArt:on, Sec'y ; J. L. Woos-
PLANING; •BE-R&WINQ; ETC. -Bill
Lumber sawed to order. Seasoned White Pine
and Pitch Pine Boards, Flooring, Siding, and
a variety of Elemlockpoards fur gale. We have
now idoperation a new, heavy'six•roll Planer,
and other machinery, combining all - the recent
improvement!, and of the most superb work
manshfp. Bunning by a . neeer-failing water
power, we aro ahle to do work ID 80013 as pre
sented-410 it.clieaply, and bestow . all the care
necessary for doing it perfectly. Roll in the
work and orders ; we will satisfy every man
as to prices and v orkmanship.
Caraptown, April 7, 073-Iy.
PEERLESS POTATOES. —For seed or
rAie use. The subscrit. has, .n store at his
pkce of business at No. 3 Mercur's Block, on
Court street, a 41.aautty of the celebrated Peer
less Potatoes, in rice condition, for sale in
either large or small quantities
Per single Peck
Fire or mere Bar ciA, Barred
Ten or " " " " "
Lots in bulk of Li or More bushels, per
bushel . .. , ...
Orders by mail for stepping, will receive
prompt attention. No charge fur cartage. -
• It. M. WELLES.
Towanda, l'a., March 17, 1873
Viiir H. N. MCKINNEY& Co., of
Philadelphia, have just iFsned ono of the most
valuable books lately published, entitled "Eve
rybody's Own Physician; or, How to Acoire
and Preserve Health,' by Dr. C. W. GLEASON.
Dr. GimasoN is well known all over the country,
having devoted much of his limo 'during the,
last thirty years 'to lect ring 'in the principal
towns on medical subj s, and has acquired a
high reputation both as p . puliir lecturer and
physician. Having now retired from the lec
turing field to devote his time to his extensive
practice, his many friends will be pleased that
he has put so much of;his valuable knowledge
in such a shapa that they can obtain and under
stand it. There has been a great need for a
work that Will give, in plain terms, the' causes,
symptoms and remedies for common disease.
Not only does this book meet the want, but it
tells how to acquire s and retain health and
The volume is appropriately named, and it
every family would sttidy it carefully, - and fol
low its teachings, there would be much less
sickness. It is beautifully printed and bound,
and is illustrated with over 230 engravings.
The book is sold only by subscription, and the
publishers desire a -good agent in every town,
to whom they offer liberal inducements.
13ARGEINT—DRARE.—Apri1 10, 1873, by Rer.
R. L. Stilwell, Mr. Dudley Sargeant, of
Springfield, Bradford Co., Pa., and Miss
Thirsea Drake, of Chemung, N. 1.
BOWEN—ROGERS.---Lt Windham Centre, Pa.,
April 24, 1873, by Rev. W. C. Peck, Mr. Or
,lando S. Bowen, of Warren, and Miss • Mary
'A Rogers, of-Windham, Bradford. county, Pa.
AMWAY —TURK.--At the residence of J. D.
Keyser, in Athens. Pa.; April 22, by Rev. 8.
T. Dean, Horton Jackway, of Windham, Pa:,
to Cornelia Turk. of Athens, Pa. •
D IE D .
McnirlßE.—At Elmir ii:Chemung Co., N. Y.,
April 21, Andrew Mclntire, aged 66 pang.
BABCOCR.—In Tought Hollow, Rome twri., on
Sunday, April 20, 1873, Sidney M. Babcock,
aged 58 years.
PRINCE. - At Sylvania, llradford Co., April 20,
of pneumonia, Estella M., daughter of Orpba
C. and David A. Ptince, aged 1' year and 7
PRINCE.—At Sylvania, Bradford Vo.,3l;avh 1,
:suddenly of epilepsy, Jennie E., daughter of
Orpha C. and David A. Prince, aged 5 years
and 10 months.
T WIANDL MARKET
Corrected every vreonesosy, br Cr. B. PATCH
subject to clauses 6 1 6113'.
Wheat, * bosh $1 Co 031, 1 90
Bye. 11 bulb So
flockwheat, It both -: • -' - es
oak butt :
• G 5
"Il bgsbi 40
Beane, Op) I; II bosh. 130 41 200
do (ostry,)* lb new se €6 U
W toi ltdas...,
* btudynew 25
norm 111 barrel _ 10 004te 12 00
Colons, 76 bush
iliito — VesoirOsAnr.—Wheat 6011 e. ; Corn 66 lbs.;
Via hi Des.; Oats 22 lba.; Babe y 46 lbs .' Buckwheat
48 lbs . ; Brun 62 lbs.; Br= 20 Ma; Chreee seed 60 ;
itm6, ; me 0064, Seed 44 lbs. ; Dried Peaches 2111ba.;
Dried Apples 19 lbs.. Flat Seed 60The.
ItraL , ESTATE CHEA.P.—The
undersigned offers 'for sato very du qt. the
following desctibed real estate: •
One bon containing - 100 acres. tooeilY improved.
situated in Towanda township.. Also one timber
lot containing 90 acres. .•
One farm containing Ma acres in Aryl= town.
ship, partly improved.
One farm 'containing 30 acres in Wyse: and Rome
One haruWand lot in Towanda
Two bonzes in smith Towanda, near the borough
Also two lots.
FROST & SONS make . the , beet
Extras= Toti In tba world. - '
D. L Hou.mucir.
H. B. iNGLIA.Ir
NEW STOCK OF MEN'S & BOYS'
HAVE NOW IN STOOK
A FULL SUPPLY QF
NEW DRESS - GOODS
IN GREAT VARIETY
NEW WHITE GOODS,
!- and GINGHAMS,
OF NOTIONS AND
FULL STOCK Ok
DOMESTIC COTTON GOOD*
% NEW SHAW
IN EVERY STYLE
BEST STOCIC OF
LADIES' lIND CHILDREN'S
S 0 E S
- - •
EVril OM:BED BY
IX EVERY QUALITY
qv . x s.N .'
4 'HATS AND _CAPS, . '
ALL THE NEWEST STYLES
IN FULL SUPPLY
Please call and examine our new
POWELL & CO.
71hrisUla; April 14,15'3.
NM* Bide; & Co.
CODDION'G, RUSSELL' . & CO.,
Sell Lehigh. County
GLASS, DRAINr 4 ME, SASH,
DOODA, LATH, NA AND •
At the lowest Cash Prices
HALL, BRADLEY - & .00'.S
Is whiter .and hai a better body than
o' any other American Lead.
you, want' _good durable painting
be sttre and use it
RAIL-ROAD boLORS;. MINERAL
PAINTS, LIOUID . PAINTS,
LDTSFrn OIL, AND PUTTY,
- Beautiful Patterns of
STAINED AND COLORED,
Plated Ice Pitchers,
Ice Cream Freezers,
ALL KINDS OF
Farmers' and Mechanics' Tools
Churn Powers, •
4 -Doweling Machines,
Planes, wood and iron,
LEATHER & RUBBER BELTING
SA. WS,.B:A.- - 13BITV. I
Aillinds of. Cooking
TONES. AND RANGES.
Be sure and A kilt US before porr/aasing
GAS FMING AND PLUAfBIN
By the_best workmen eN4in
TIN AV RE • ,
Of our own manufacture, not
caepijed for quality or cheapness
All kindS of .
TIN WORK ON SHORT NOTICE.
WHITE'S WARM/NTED AXES
ENGLISII . CAST STEEL
AND COUN-TER SCALES,
Call and see Oiezi before yim pnrchue
' , 'qL 7 CUMBER WOOD PU.I,IIPSM
Lined with Galvanized Iron,
Are just the thing for out doors, as
theyildo not freezerasily,
get out of "rep" mia
• CODDINc3i, RIISStLkit CO.
Towanda, April 18, 1873. ti
Carriage Trimip gF
LIST OF JUROBB drawn for May
Term Of Court, at Towanda, 1013. - •
Athenian:in), Michael. Toley ; Atheni twp.,
Abram Westbrook; - -Burlington West, Dario
Corey; Franklin, • Francis .2dlorso. Wm
Jennings; Leßaysrille, OH Gregory ; Monrop
twk J - Woodruff; _Orwell, 7 E Johnson,
E B Wilber, dames It Brown; Ridgeberry,
John Carr; Rome., tarp., -W W Willer• ; Smith-
Ilea, Beni Denton; South Creek, S' Felten
gill; Towanda boro, James Neston,Jolm Mak,
Jr.,•Dwiglat Kellum, 0 A Baldwin,
Alfred Loma; Troy bore, Wra B Ortrew ; TOY
twp., 8 T Biggs; Wyaluaing. Geo A Roberts-,
1./Organ Brown; Wyaox, Jobn • W Bartlett;;
TIIAVEIZEI JIZTI2O-FLUST WEEK
Albany, Geo P_KlUer, Levi Baldwin; A.rrae
nia, John 7l - MIT Asylum, 4 .Lanhing' Whip
Francis Cole, Elias .Ellir; Atli s twp.,Al
'bert Tozer, Sidney. Hayden; . Athens hi:I L
Frank A Bishop, Jerry Collins; 13arelay,_11
MeCraney, Theodore Oman* Thos Ditenburm.
Andrew Crane; Burlington tarp., Wm Gilford; -
Columliia,Alanson Taylor;panton bore, James
. Granville, James &was; Litchfield,- Wm
Merril; Stephen Drawl Lillsysville., lid Gor
ham; 'Monroe twp., Calbw Shelton Pike. WM
S Humphrey; Rome twp.,. A J Loyal
Russell; Smithfield; Hosea Calift; a heslievin,
if iiton F Smith; Standing Stone, David hing,
.Nldson Coe; lipnngfield. Nelson Watson; Tow
,andaboro Charles Ilptty; Troy ,
Booth; Troy twp., S F Wheeler,Elialia knights;
Wells tirp.., Alden Swcazy •Wyalasiim Homer..
Camp, Jesse T Stalk's]; Windham, tPlatt Van
dyke, Beta Eairchildr; Warren, Sidney A Pitch-
rusvrns Jr111 . )11-5-81.00:8D.WEEK. •
Armenia, Joseph Becker, Darwin Alexander,
Athens twp., Nathan .Edminster;. Albany, Hen
ry King; Burlington twp.- Frank Beardslee,'
Benben G .flaight; Burlington West, Jame
Ward; Barclay, Charles Sigfield, Dennis o'l)on'z
ovan; Canton twp., James Ketchum. Benson
Wright. Ward Warren; Granville, . Joseph'ii
Clark; Hetrick. Georgrinstrong; Litchfield,
Samuel P Wolcott, :.A.delbert Munn, Elijah
Munn; °Leßoy, Wm TillotsoliMenroe; fsqo,
Patrick Duntee; Overton, ed Striever%
Rom& twp., *Alonzo Richards, ohs' Voughl
Bidgeberrv, Andrew,Traley, Moses Dlierman ;
Springfield, Willard A Brown, N E Parkhurst
Standing Stone, Lawrence B Gordon; Sheshe
quin, Ehas Douglass,3„R.Fes Vancise;'` Troy
twp., Lucius Stiles.. Putinan Baxter, Geo ;.W
-Fish; Tuscarora, John C Neigh; TOlTitiatia
bore, James Stoveman; Eiger, bore. Levi No
bles, Henry Kitchen;„ Wells . bore, A,llen Shep
ird, Wade Lteardstee; Wyalusing; Harris r,
Detrick; Wilmot, DeWitt Tarr.
TRUL-LIST for 314 Term; 1873,
C D Northrup vs G P Cash ......
11>'Tst Scciety of Albany vs II C c Albany
Athass lleFcrly l Ys 11.0 Ifercar
Asa Doty vs, SS Snyder' -
Joel Bennett bq i; W . .... • .
John Ditsite pa Nre It It C 0...
James Gibson vs Jana Gibson . , et al..—
S walborn vs P Cash.
0 D Mann vs Eliza Boardman
3.7 G Wiper ,t Co vs R...
GC') Arzustrongte Towanda D0r0.....
71.137id11 Torah K YO &BBC° trespass
Edward Overton vs J 7, Camptiell, et al eject
J W Onan's use vs Daniel Hill, Jr.....:....—5et fa:
Louisa C );reds. ,te vs Hiram Luther, et M....eject
Lewis HaVens on C L Ward, A c - .:..debt
Jonathan 'Whipple vs D Ceab's mu-,
Catherine Wheeler's use vs Moon lc StarTJrcl....eiect:
Aaron Sheeler vs .7 A Davis, et ..... ~..sssump
E A Packer vs John Gar.l.4 , - • " • eject
Striben Day vs Benjaminfit VS:gallon ..... ..appe.al
A C Moore va ErastusKilT. et at e , l fa
M D Cass C's Troy Township ..,.. . ... : . case
I' El Prisons va.,F Fetztaff, et al • ' for Mt_
S N Aspinwall Vs Llf Tears ' - ' trespass
F H Persons vs Jelin Wolfe, et a1..:]..: . .......appeal -
P M Stow,ell va S R Wief, Atc - ....... •-• debt
CI , Welles vs Jesse Spalding i .... '...fyr att
P' Ililles vs T MeNaught.....: .... '.... J..debt
po do et al , i ~de.
Henry 3ltllce vs -N Smith's r.dnir's .... ~. ... aryval .
AII Pomeroy vs C S Coulbangb, - et al ,' ' debt
Jolla Axtell vs C T Merry, et al.-- 4' , .eject
po 0 P Ballard, to eject
IC MooreozahlotuaCumnainit ....... ... ,
Wra snydet va Asa Doty • - , plerin
Felon Bank of Lewisburg vs StiAxpluvrall, a &Laos.
I'S Wynkocp vs E Small "' ' ease
Wra Ifalbart va June - Hon Canal C 0.. . -. ~..t.:':.esse".
F H Persons vs Loeb &Lyon' - aprest
lln Jones's admr's vs
.P'•T StOWtil, trustee vs J R nur, •te
C, T Cole i•a Joseph Bishop
.401.2 Dennettvs J P
G W Delkr vs S5l Lniiorte - ..ClEr
0 1) Darilstt ca Anions Loder t ‘ sppe al
Ntickellar. Smiths I:JOrtlan VS Henry trara,.-illal.t.r•.s
tic o 11.'n•roan vs Hiram Raisin= .... •.•.. ...•.'l.• t
John Opium's. us-e. vs Ci.H•Eixby.. ..... . • ".arr i , sl
. Subpoen.ii returnable 31m:1:Lig, Hay 12. P 373, at
2 olelo , :li, r•ni, - --
April :.:0-id - - B. H. PECK, Pr,it.
fiIISTER'S NOTICE-Notie6 is
_K. IL' ',..lerr.by given that tht re has been filedliat th••
(Mice of Register of Wills in and for the .County of
Bi - 4dfor.l, aeceur.te cif adnunistrtion upon - the. fol. •
lowing e,totsk.vits: . \,.. •
AL.,: - Int •••f 1 - X011'11o:ire, Guardian of John Da: is;
mincir i•Mlal of Jahn liavis, ilm'il,„l:te of Wells. I .
Final aite - t'isf M S Gregory. Executor of liela , :fa - .•
al.ilri.,• - ory, sice'il, late of Wilmot.
Final nevi of John Smith". 'Guardian of Morris M •
Patti:Ont.:et of E M Bisli - -,i. Adtu'e of J 1( 8u11. ,, ,f
ilec'd, tat a of Asylum: . .
Final ;lc :'t ot James C Ridgway, Exemtor of W:u
Leivii.ii•i••'.l, late of Smithfield. .t '
in:;'' ac.2't of John A' FfAil 11l -li. Aaloa'r of Thom>
It Bri.ni3, M-c'd. late, of Pike.
Final ace'l of Wm McAlorrati, Excent.•r of - Wni•
Sinclair, dec'd, late of Ulster.
Final acct of Ferdinand No'xbury, Guardian •.:
Alfred Johnsen, minor child of S Johnson, dee'd.
Final acct of Amelia Westbrook. dilm'm of Henry
Weshrotik, deci'd. late of St-m•ling Stone.
Finajacc't ofjoartes E Cooper, Executor of R&o-.
.Cooper, dee'd, late Of Warren. .
Final :met of Samuel stab - .nil. A.dru'r v-ith ill
annexed, of .Toe Mabooil . 1 ..."'i1. late of Springfiel w d.. •
Final acct of Judith and H 1.0 Morse. Admr'e or
sviu fl, .7„„ter, e , il , o'd, late or Litchileld.
Final acct of Jant•ta 'Crowley, Adru'r of Day. i
Crriwley. Aee..".l."l.tte: of Sbesbequin. ''' • '
Final ae.:l . of 5 Flanil J V Taylor. Adnl:s or El—
corn Taylor. deed, late of Wyalusing,
Final a •c't - cf ?Jary A Demorest, Adm'a. of: Joiii ,
.Demercst. dec'il, who was Executor of 'liich• - •1.7..
Demorest, deed. late of Windham. .
Also the appraiampent of property..sct c." 7 by 1.-a
-ecutora or Administrators to widows or clitidten of
the ffillowing deceeents: .. - '
Letute of Levi Lester.: ' ,
. .' George X Bolt -.
'• Centias allmatt... •
' Editor Byrnes, , ' .
. - Jackson Seeley.
" John frooley. .., • , - ~
'Richard Schoonover: • •
Zephahlah Lane. ' •
And the Bathe willhe presented fci the orphan's
Court of Bradford Cbunty. Thursday, May ti'.' 11,73.
at 2 o'clock, p.m., for conf-rmation - ancl allowance.
0. J. oirsurcx,
~, ~..... Regiater.
S 4—Br SALE.-- By - virtue of
a Frit of Fl. Fe. issued of of the C:0711 - uf< •
LLionithotrPle3s el Bradford Con ty. and to. me di
rented, alli be eipeeed to pnbiLe Salo ,st the Conti
house in the Borough Of Towanda. on ' , FRIDAT,
1+73, at 1 o'clock, p.m., the following dee.-
criberriot, piece, or parcel or land situate-in V:yee.r. ,
twp-, hounded as follows: Beginning at the centre .
of the State Road 20 ft. or thereabouts north-east of
the Kellogg house, and running north 63 deg. west
per. toN•or.- (ioctistletake); thence south 31
deg. west It 2,10 per. is a locust stake fora corner; -
.thence south 63 deg. east 8 5,10 Per. to 'centre of
State" Road below the blacksmith i,Shop; thence
north 343, deg east 14 2.10 per. to place of'begin.
Wog, containing ?' of an acre, :noir or less, all
improved; framed dwelling - house. ;small framed
barn, blacksmith shop, and few frnit4rees thereon. ,
' ALSO—One other lot.piecryor parcel of laud sit
uate in Wysox twp., bounded aa'follcitss: Beginning
at north-east cor. of lands now owned- by E. 11.
Myer, at p point in centre of road leading to Rome,
on south bank of the mill race; thence north 22
deg. eat! along main „road aforesaid about 9
8-10 per. to a cor; in' centre' of said road opposite
south-east cor. of a lot bdonging to estate of PS.so
Allen, deceased; thence on,line of said Allen estate
north GS deg. west 10 per.to back cor. of said Allen
'estate: 'thence south 22 deg. west 8 2-10 per. to cor. •
on south bank of mill race afOresaid; thence easter
ly a cog the south bank to place of beginning, .
,containing 4-,-; acre, Unpin or less. all improved;
two-story framed building used for a blacksmith
shop. with _water povrer, machinery, -ko., Attaclied
and belonging to same, thereon.
'Seiz'Seized and - taken into execution at the suit of
C- She`rman vs peor g f, T. Granger.
• April 16-td i y J. IL SMITH, Sheriff.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.—Dewey &
Winsten vs A. Morrison, et. aL—Nor 16,
May Term, IS7o.—ln the tu
Court of.Cdmon . leas
of Bradford County.
The undersigned having been appointed Auditor
bi- said Cotirt to distribute money arising from the
Sheriff's sale of defendant's real estate will attend
to the , duties of said appokttraent on FRIDAY,
MAY rt, 1873, at , 2 p.m...af the office of Smith
Montanye, in the Borough of Towanda, at which
time and place all persona having claims en said
money are requested to present the same. before
Raid Auditor, or betiebarre.d from corning - in upon
said fend. Cl. D. MONTAN - 1M ,
matter of the estate of Jesiah Wolcot decea-ied.
late of Warren tscp.-11;thp-Orphans'Court of Brad.
ford Cont'.iaj ,
The undersigned an; Auditor 'appointed by maid ,
Court to marshall assets and -distribute funds in
the hands of Lorin B. Wolcott, ailiter of said estate.
hereby gives notice that ho wiirattend to the dudes
of his appointment at his office in Towanda Ebro ,
on FRIDAY. SLAY, 23, 1573, at, 1 o'clock,.
at which time and place all- persons interested will",
make known their claims and exceptions; or be Tor- '
ever debarred from coming in on said fund: '
April3-wi • WM. FOYLE, Auilitoz,=..../
E.O LT 0 It' S NOTICE- 2 ,
ENotice is hereby given that all persons indebt
ed to the estate of Charles Burgess. deceasea. late
of Sprintaleld,' are requested to ".make trinnedi=
ate payment, and all persona having claims against
said estate must present them,dayaothenticated for r:
settlement. • FRANKLIN C. BURGES.B„ . . !-
A PPLICATIONS FOR TAO /E7SE
Slay Term, 1873. , _ „
A fidtice is
ybereb given to all persona indebted
to tho estate of Francis Tyler, late of Athens,
deemed, must make immediate payment, and
persons haring cljims : against and estate must
present / them duly attlienlicated for settlement. •-
H. L. SCOTT,
Administrator pendente ,4
TIST.RATOR'S NOTICE.— - .
Notice is hereby given to all pereonw'hadebted ,
to the estate of -Samuel Fuller, late of Elhosbecoln. „.
dexared, must make ilunediate. payment. and .4'
all persons having :elating against said estate ' ,-
'roust present them duly anthentiested for settle. - .
moat. -- - 0. Y. AVERS.
_,..:•Ap1.3C.W6 • . Administrator. •
CENTS I, ' HOTEL'. •
• 131111LINGTON: BS4DFOBD CONTVi. PA
yr!. yry rof•IAA§
Ilan in leavetl.this House. is noW. prepared hi
eemtneilele all wbo give tare a call. Fii3 table will
be. well lipplied, And no pains F rarosi to gtie setts.
faction to the ttnveling • Ap1.23-ra7 .
...tcl is to
tre -pa ,
BE FJN3i. PECK; Clerk: