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Torandkra., Thusday, Xay - 23, 1878.
W. A. CRAMBERLIN,
SILVER lt PLATED WARE,
7.0 PANDA, PA. •
Towanda, MI. Ids lan.
LOCAL AND . GENERAL.
JUDGE MORROW is to hold Court In
livari County neit week.
Barn the banks of this place will be
closed all-day next Thursday, May .30th,
PERSONAL.=-Mrs. Judge lIIERCITIL ifi vis
iting her daughter, Idra EBEIELMAI, in
DOCTOR. STEWART, of this pia*, and
Rev. •D. Cnstrr, otiVyalusing, exchanged
pulpits-on Sunday fast.
CoL.illurr, our candidate for,4.3overnor,
when quite a young man, Aaykkacbool
in We old Academy building in this place.
!inv. D. CRAFT, of .W.yalnsing, and
FRENCR, of Athens, tare Repre
sentatives to the Grand Lodge; I. 0. 0. ' .
Mn. and Mrs. N. P. areAreeeiv
ing the congratulations of their many
friends on the arrival of wee girl baby in
A xtriumn of soldiers from this county
were in Gll
Caen. ores command during the
war, and they are delighted at an oppor
tunity iC . iote for him. 1
WE hope there may be. a - genqyal sus
pension of business on Decoration Day,
and a large attendance upon the appro
priate and patriotic ceremonies.
Ttiti Grand Lodge,' 1. 0. 0. F., is in ses
sion in Philadelphia this week. There
are twenty-eight lodges in this county,
anti nearly all of them are represented.
E. T. Fox, Col. MEANS, and X. W.
lIALE-have been elected to represent the
parish of Christ Church in the,Diocesan
Convention to meet in Reading on the
11th of June.
SHERIFF LAYTON started for Philadel
phia on Monday evening having in charge
SAMUEL DEPEw, sentenced at the late
term of Court to confinement in' the East,
THE 'Fourth Quarterly ISission of the
Northern District Convention, I. 0. of G.
T., will be held at Salre, Tuesday and
Wednesday, May 28 and 29, 1878. •'; •
G. W. Caust.
Athens, May 10, 1878. Dis.t. Seceir.
ICIEAtLY all the business bons, of this
place have agreed to close :their doora at
1 o'clock next Thursday, 4Dccera
tion Day), to be left closed the remainder
of that day. People who come 'in from
the country should bear this dn mind.
TIIF. patriotic ladies of Oils county are
c , -niost cordially invited to provide flowers
for the use of Watkins Post, for Decora: .
Sion Day. Any contributions Of this kind
may be left at the Grand Jury Room
WeduesdaY evening or Thursday morn
Qum a delegation of gentlemen left
for the Pittsburgh Convention on MOnday
morning. Among the number were lion.
Jos. Pownt.t., W3l. FOYLE, C. F. 040$8,
and HENRYWnnn.Some of them are
for PIOLLE2 and some
Kiitonrs of HONOR, ATTENTION:—The
members of Crystal Lodge, .No. 57 4 - IC. of
are requested to ue present at the
meeting of the Lodge to be held on Mon
day evening, ?fay 27th, as business of im
portance is t 4 be transacted.
C. C. HOWER, Dictator.
Trik Ladies of the Episcopal Church
will hold a Festival on Wedneiday, Iday
29th, at the store recently vacated by
WHITCOMB tt; SHALT. Strawberry Short-
Cake,: Strawberries and Cream, Sand
wiches, Coffee, etc., will be served, from
half-past five: Came and got a good sup
per. By order of - Cora.:
Ptror. A. L, Grum gives notice in gitsi
ness Liical this week, that he will open'a
writing school in the Public School Mouse,
on Saturday afternoon, May 2,lth, for the
purpose of teaching penm nship in all it s
branches. Prof. G. corn s well recom
mended as a teacher in w ting. We hope
he may be successful in o nizing a large
THE Students of the MR l titute offer the
following interesting and humorous pro
.gramme fot: au entertainment in idercur
llall, on Friday dvening of the present
1: Declamation—" Tho , Vagabonds."
2. Cliardde—" By lho Girls."
Tie!sets at limns's: Price '25 cents.
Proceeds for chapel. piano.
'FOR THE INFORMATION OF TRE . PUTILIC.
-LA Fire - Policewas organized May 11th,
auxiliary to the Fire t. Pepartment. It, is
cl i miposed of S. 31.13nowg;Captain ; Gr.o.
E4rELL,Lieutenant ; F. S. IiUNGER
-1101M, THEODORE 'ARNOUT, DANIEL 31.
THOS. 11EIIIDETil,,A. D. COOL--
BAFGIL arid C t IIAnLF-1 lIAnmoN, privates.
Their duties comnaenee when an alum .
of fire is given,. and ntit discharged they
have all the power Of regular Borough
Their duty is,--
Ist, To save property, removing what
thy may consider necessary to a safe
place, and gn : ard the same until the own
er has reasonable time to care for it.
2nd. They will as soon as possible es
tablish tire limits by ropes, within which
no one will Allowed except Firemen
and Police. See Article 4th, Department
By-Laws. ' 6,C., P. WELL},
'Chief Engineer, T. F. D.
now TO PUT ON NEW. BOOTS Olt SHOES.
—A correspondent .of the Philadelphia
Laiger, makes the. following suggestions
how to put "on - a new pair of boots or
shoes, in order to prevent pain and suffer
lug : "First select Sunday, (as the feet
are more likely to have.rest on this day).
In the morning wash the feet in cold wa
ter, cut the nails, and ',corns if there be
any, put on a soft close.fittiog stocking,
introduce the foot slowly.: In a fen; mo
ments after the boots or shoes are on, -- -ar
biavy aching pain will - be experienced ;•
this is'eaused by pressure on the veins in
tejt, apting the circulation. In about five
Wiautesremove the bootii or shoes, and
With the band rub the feet on both sur
faces fmm the toes to the ankles;.. this
;will relieve the congestion and remove the
creases from the stockings. -
If necessary, repeat this operation four
or five times, and, unless the person is
attemPting to put a No. 6 foot into a No.
5 boot or shoe, greet comfort will *be the
reward. • -
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of the . .Nuttull Building Aanotgatinn.
REsottanows or RESPECT.-Itt est•
lag of Smithfield Lodge, No. 428, F. ,aisd
A. M., held May 10, 1878, the Committee
on Resolutions made the following report:
Witzurss, ikuith for the fourth time
in the short space of - two and a hall
has entered our Lodge, and tarn ye from
our circle our worthy Brother,
Hyatt, who died very suddenly 2,
Rooked, That in the death or Brother
s Samuel Hyatt, our Order mourns the loss
el( a valuable and much respected mem
ber, and tile community' an honest and
mugt esteemed citizen, a kind arid oblig
ing . , ighbor, .ands tine and , sincere
Read Tina the Lodge tenders to the
widow a , family of our deceased broth
er, our m heartfelt expressions of sym
pathy and so w in\their great bereave
ment, which h • s taken from them a hos
baud and lathe
memory of our
Lodge be draped h
members wear the usi
ing for three months.
Resolves!, • That this mi
tions be printed, and •tli
hertby directed to furnis h a
to the widow and family of et,
brotber and enter •tbe same
minutes of the Lodge.
EMOICIL DA X=I:IIIADQUARTERS
Kfl POST, NO. 68. MAY 22,
1878. . •
The Posts, Military Company, Fire Do.
Partment, schools; societies, and all other
other organizations and persons, who will
take part in the Memorial services on May
30th, will meet at the Public Square nt 2
o'clock r. u. The procession will move
The line of march will be up Main St.,
to North William, out North William to
cemetery, where a square will be formed.
The column will take up the' east side
walk, and all are invited to form part of
the procession, since the 'objectional fea
tures of dust and mud will be removed.
The following order of ceremonies will
be observed at the.cemetery :
1. Hymn. 2. Address by the Com
mander of the Post. 3. Dirge by Band.
4. Prayer. 5. Decoration ceremonies by
the comrades. 6. Xusic, during which
the comrades will decorate the graves in
the cemetery. 7. Oration, by Joni . M.
VslingustacE. 8. Benediction, after
which the column will be re-formed and
marched to Ptslic Square and bo dismiss
ed. A meeting will be held in the even
ing at the Court House, and addresses
dill be delivered by Corporal TANNER
Past Department Cominander of New-
York; and J. M. VANDERSLICE, Adjutant
General Department of Pennsylvania.
'J. ANDREW WILT,'
Commander Post 68.
EAST WINDHAM ITEMS.—The Elder is
at borne a len , days, but leaves soon to
respond to a call from Northern New_
York. His family will remain for the
ANDREA Morn, the blacksmith, is at
his old stand on the corners. He is a good
workman, and consequently secures a
large share of patronage.
The WHEATON'S are doing well in the
line of improvements. Their new barn
will add much to the convenience of the
farm, and testify largely to the skill and
enterprise of the builders. Don't know
but they intend to throw some' of their
neighbors in the shade. Possibly they may
be able to do it, though it be difficult. As
. the WHEATON'S, some of theni are
large, and others are tall, consequently
the problem solved is abons as follows :
large plus, tall dials, strong and capable
business men: No wonder, then if they
do rear,a large, tall barn. - But we will
see what the final finish will be—liovi
much, when' eompleted, it will excel oth;
ers near by. Will they paint all around
and what will the vane be?
WICIGIIT DUNUAN'still keeps himself at
the farm on the hill, and makes his stay
in the Kuykeiidall mansion. Ile is just
about again from a few days sickness.,
%Yuma'r is a very good farmer.
The above must suffice for Windham
IVms this time, while we go over the
town line into Warren to take note of an
important event of late occurrence, 'Lig.
PRINCA one of- several PRINCE families,
of North Warren, or Prince Hollow, more
frequently called Mecca, has a son born
to him. Long live the yoUng "Prince of
Mecca," and much joy to the parents. It
is &lid JonN, was.so far carried away for
joy oil the occasion, that he could Wardly
see his,neighbors for two or three days.
Ile may Nave come down to bis,proper
sition by this time. And so we end this
East Windham, May 13, 1878.
PEnsms Post, G. A. R., are busy mak
ing preparations for decorating the sol
diers graves at Athens, Pa. •
Sever..l lodges of the I. 0. G. F. aro. ex
pected to unite with Athens Lodge, No.
10, to assist the Grand Army boys in the
Corporal JA'RES TANNER, who left both
of his legs-on the battle ground 'of the
Wildernesslight, and who enjoys a \na..;
tional repntithin as an orator, also father
of the State Soldiers' Mime at Bath, N.
Y., is engaged to deliver the address.
Let every one be'present and assist with
their presence to cominemorate the graves
of Sur fallen defenders:.‘
44-"tife evening after the \ services, Per
kins Post, acconmanied by Cprporal TAN
win visit comrades of Other Posts
throughout the county at Towanda, where
an' eojoy4ble meeting , is anticipated.
JACKSON Post, No. '74, G. A. R., are
making preparations for the proper ob
servance of Decoration Day at Wyalus.
ing, and the following coniinittees have
1,3, Cep appointed :
Marstia/—:Conirade W. T. HORTON:
Committeeof A'rrangementa—Cpmmand- ,
,ers D. CRAFT, N. I. GAMOW), J. G. FEE
Committee of lyetption—j. B. PITCHER,
T. P. Ilnowx, A. B. LEWIS.
Committee on Finance—J, 8.. HoßTos,
J. 11. SWART, H. H. HARTMAN. '•
Committee on'Flottera—Dr. V. HOMET,
J. H. SWART, M. JESTERS, H. HIIIND
HART, T. E. QUICK, J. H. Burro.
Hurst Post, of Herrick, with Herrick
ville band, will participate in the ceremo
nies. W. 11. CAR:WIWI,' Esq., and
lion. GEO. LANDON will deliver addresses. .
Secrei societies, Sabbath and day schools
and the citizens generally arp invited
All soldiers, whether members of Posts
or not, ire especially. invitedand eipectesi
to be present. The procession Will form
in front of the ball at 1 o'clock r. x.
HEADQUARTERS, Gra&ND ARMY OP !mg.,
REMBLIO— DEPARTMENT or PENNernyA.
N/A, No. 1205 CHEST MT ST., PLULADiL-
PMA, MU 'lO, 1878.--Orszust. ORDERS
No. 5 :,--1. In\compliance with Rules and
Regulations and , \ General Orders No. 10,
from National Held-Quarteri, and in ac
cordance with our custom, Thursday, May .
30th, will be observedns Memorial Day,
when we shall go out tithe graves of our
Comrades, to strew theni\with the fra
grant flowers of Spring, audydant - above
them our country's flag. \.
2 This beautiful custom lizeturnited
S , fa
h • s
.a mirk of respect to
• parted \ brother, the
mkairs4ug and the
► ; b4d otmonru
uto a resolu
`l. Seer . etary is
• upon ke
J. H. WEnn, .
'AME TRACY, , Ull. •
Mr. E. BARTON, ;
by the Grand - Anny but t-yeatw ago has
*wine Nattons4 in its Observance, and
/nay. we hope pat it wilt be continued- for
ages to come, ihenleating in the mind* of
posteoy, lessons of the purest and
est patriotism. May the day ever be a
.hallowed one with - the - American people,
given to the commemoration of heroics and
loyal deeds. . , '
8 Comrades, are we reverently gather
around the lowly mounds, let us be re
minded of the sacrifices made, perils en.
countered; and sufferings endured by
those who lie beneath Ahem, of the-fond
hopes blasted, of ties sundered and homes
darkened with sorrow by their deaths, of
those contending, with want and negle.'t,
while their protectors fill soldiers graves.
Then resolve .that the fruition of their
sacrifices shall not be lost. With manly
generous feeling towards all, still let us
kindly cherish loyalty as a virtue, and
pledge ourselves to the• advancement of
our government as that of a re-united and
harmonious people, the blessings of whose
institutions shall - be enjoyed by genera
tions to come.
-4. - Beek out every comprade's grave in
your vicinity, however - secluded or hum
ble, atal . while you place upon it tbe k floral
offering, 'think of the thousands unmark
ed, or unknown, on the line of march, the
piket lino or battle field.
for the-benefit of his creditors—Court ap
point Cyrus Cook at ii Z Frisbio apprais
In to tho assignment of D C Newell and
wife for the-benefit:of their creditors-Re
turn of Assignee'S sale confirmed ni si.
In re the petition of Francis M Brain-
Anl for benefit of her separate earnings—
Court grant the prayer of the petitioler.
Pomeroy Brotherii vs L D Bradford, et
al. H Jacobs vs M Ilendleman. W P
Griffith, Trustee, vs J J Griffiths—Audi,
tors reports confirmed finally.
Joseph Conklin's administrator vs E
Myer—Auditor's report confirmed finally,'
except that portion to which exceptions
N N Betts' use vs Hiram Taylor--;Au
ditor's report filed and confirmed tii si.
First National Bank of Athens vs Hy
man VanDuzer—COurt appoint J B Reeve,
Eiq, an Auditor to distribute fund raised
by the Sheriff's sale of defendant's per
sonal property,' 1 •
C S Russell, Trustee vs Towanda lion
Manufacturing Co—Court appoint C. hf
Hall, Esq,'an Auditor to distributc l : funds
raised by the Sheriff's sale of defefdants'
real estate. .
J W Hollenback vs Cyrus Avery, Conrt
appoint B A Mercur, Esq, au Aidikor to
distribute fund raised by the Sheriff's sale
of defendant's real estate.
Helen Clcaveland vs Martin Cleaveland.
-Court direct an alias subpcenalo issue.
Electa J Yeager vs Adam Yeager-i; 1
Court appoint C M Hall, a commis
Mary A Fletcher vs B- F Fletcher—
Court appoint .J W Mix, Esq, a commis
Betsey 11111 vs 9 R Hill. Mary I Medes
vs Lyman Medei. W T Peters vs Eliza
beth Peters. Josephine Rollirison vs F N
Rollinson: . Isabella Bigg vs T P Bigg.,
E E Wheeler vs W II Wheeler—Court
grant a divorce in each case. -
Frederick Cole vs Oscar Cole, ,et al—
Court direct publication-of writ.
II B Ingham vs Cyrus Avery—Court
appoint S R Payne, Esq, master and . ex
C W Clapp vs G li Bixby--Rule on
plaintiff to pay 'bill of costi: .
S W Wright vs Edward Kelley—Rule
on defendant to dismiss appeal.
E IV Gillett vs L H Post, et a1.,--Rule
to subrogite L H Post to the rights of
Hugh Clark vs . B W on
plaintiff and J L Elsbree to appear and
maintain or relinquish their claim to the
property levied upon. -
S Kirby's use vs Hyman YanDnzer—
Rule to open judgment.
C A ILavener ,vs Wm Snyder, et at.:
Towanda. Building, and Saving Fund As
sociation vs I E Stevens=Rules made ab
'solute. • •
G-A-Dayton vs B W Ellis, et all.--Rule
snbrogating Robert Neily to the rights of
the plaintiff made absolute.
H S Elsbree vs Thomas Dunlavy-LRule
to appoint an Auditor. •
• Lackawanna Iron and Coal Co vi \Eller
Ward Miller, et al—Rule for judgitent
against Ellen Ward Miller for want of
sufficient affidavit of defence.
E E Shores vs Jesse Myers, Garnishee
- ; -Bule to pay money, paid into Court to
Niir Wardell. -
,`re the assignment of G II Brant for
the benefit of his creditors—Court direct
assignee \ to sell real estate.
• CORRECTNESS AND BREVITY TO BE
SOCORT.-1.13 this historical era are many
commendable efforts to preserve family
and neighborhood"annals. They are in
teresting, and, if judiciously managed,
may be profitable. Bat they should be
true in point of factl and they become_
tiresome when repeat la every case,
'What has been given a hundred dines, re
' specting others in the samelcircuurstances.
Although, living now in another :runty,
I was attracted by the record sketch of
Windham township-in Bradford
_as I sup- I
pose, although for aught that appears
the heading, it may be in Wyoming Coun
ty. After some generalizing which would
be better at the end than in the begin
ning, the writer goes back and, introduces
characters who lived aid flourish
ed "—he does not say where, but it is sup
posed he means in Windham—and the
first - is brought in as-follows :
"A few years prior to the settlement
of•Windharn, came DAvro BRAINARD, a'
missionary, preaching in the wilderness
with a leathern girdle about his loins; ho
suffered martyrdom at the hands of the
savage Indians ; and thus ended his brief
If my memory serves me, the noted
missionary, DAVID BRAINARD, did not
come.nearer to Windham than (possibly)
Wyalusing. - His fields of labor 'were on
the Dlaware around Easton chiefly, and
on both branches of the Susquehanna,
Shamokin (now Sunbury) being his head
quarters. • The "leathern girdle about
his loins" was said of Jolts the Baptist,
not of DAVID the missionary. BRAINARD'S
first visit was about 1745. The Indians
did not kill him, nor did they harm him,
except by' their idolatry and offensive per
sonal habits. Ile died of consumption,
in New England, about 1747, which • was
half a century before- any known white-
Man settled as.l saliva*,
There are 1813 .. islem haws* 1 1 74720.4-
1878: - The meihty.wM be lipassj• tol6-
taro the- Ufa 'et alai - eanhimit,
may find I hare erred* some potato, bit'
not in the mato. •.. -. •: •
As it Is not stated that there ;111 1 7
neer iclaiionship Whiten Davin`(did
1747), and Jarnis (horn 1754), it does
not appear why 'psvw is brought into
this sketch at all.
Now, to avoid aioid such , anon, which may
mislead many, Reiter would act wisely
in submitting their historical sketches to
the correction of their wall informed
neighbors and friends. By groupkig the
facts in better ordeis .rnelißver, gefi
be more brief, bettor understoo d, sad so
will be of greater interest to ell opecorned.
The sketch does not , lay whether
BrimitAnn's was the first :Whlti. badly
settling In Windham, idtlinaghone might
infer it. That is one of the haporimit
points of our. local histories, - Which, I may
learn In Mit cilia When Mr., elt#lrei
County_ History comes around to . ,
April 29, 1e73: ' WELL-W:
EvEnoREEN.-31R. Er-orron rem
that you and your readers have forgotten_
us, or nearly so. Our quiet and peaceable
town is improving very mach this sprit:lg. -
-En. Worm has brouglikbis kids to,'
dwell among us. We wish Ea; and wife
much joy in their lives to 'come.
i Mt. P.m% has been making improve.
mcnts to his house by building a timed..
Mr. PECXAM bit's bad lIIDCW floor laid in
NELSON. OlvExa has been having a 'easy
bad time with his shoulder, that wairpat
out of joint by being thrown from a horse
over a month ago.
C0113 . 0N is recovering from a
ong series of sic kness. . •
Mr. IlEnsmaNN has built a new picket
fence around his lot.
Jona: ALLEN has built a. new board
fence along the road of his place...
R. DECKER has fenced his lot on the
road by a fine stout, wall. _
GEORGE DECKER isbaildiagsa addition
to his house, and so has Jon:el:cam:
'M. Oseonu is building a new barn.
t it school is being taught this spring
by 7.4 'as BAMX/CK, of New Albany. She
is a ye •• fine teacher, (at least I think so)
and she i. having a very full school, and
" trains th •kr jackets" occasionally:
Sabbath Sc \ 00l has opened, sod the fol.:
lowiog officers ere elected for' the com
ing year : CRAB. wear, Su perintendent;
W W ConsoN, ' tart' ;U. H. 0011801 c
treasurer ;'C. 1111 MA : a, Librarian.
The farmers are getta . : along very fins.
ly with their spring work they are pre
paring to plant corn (that i those that ,
have not already planted it). - t rain looks
The orchards are white with b , .me,
and there are very fuirprospects of :, ..
The couple that were to be married
Saturday, did not get the "knot tied"
until 314finday afternoon ; they were wait
ing for the preacher to get home.
Cuss. LARABEE and Miss S. Ownss
were married a few days since, 'aml we
wish them much joy.
Well Mr. E ditor, I guess you will not
want me to write-to you again. -
May 8, 1878. °me Hnue.
HE:aw l /LUTE:Ea CO. K, 12rn REG; N
G. OP PA.—TOWARD., Ps., AprilBo, 1878.
Speriai Order No. 1:
The, following promotion! and appoint;
ments' i are made this day :
0. D. LYON, 2d Sergt., to rank as Iss
Sergt., vice LEWIS displaced ; cause, dis
S. F. Rortt, Sergt., to rank as 2d
Sergt., vice LYON displaced ;. cause, pro
L. S. BLAISDELL, lst'Corporal, to rank
as 3d Sergt., vice Stizrzur displaced ;
cause discharged. .
E.' Fnosr, 4th Corporal, to rank as 4th
Scrgt., vice Mcatta. displaced; eanse dis
W. S. Moment!, 7th Corporal, to rank
as sth Sergt., vice ROYLS displaced ; cause
J. HENLEY, 3d Corporal, 'to rank as lst
Corporal, vice. BLAISDRLL displaced ;
E. BENNE ; I7, 6th Corporal, to rank as
2nd Curporal, vice MITCHELL, displaced;
G. C. LEON, private, to rank sr Sid
Corporal, vice lIssLEY, displaced'; cause,
J. WOOD, private, to rank as 4th Cor
poral, vice Fnasv, displaced ; cause, pro
11. GRANGER, private, to rank as sth
Corporal, vice PARSONE, diSplllofXl ; canoe,
It. 11. YOUNG, private, , to rank as 6th
Corporal, vice BENNETT, displaced;
cause, promoted. ,'
A. IlmnAnnson, yrivate,. to rank as 7th
Corporal, vice 3lnemur, displaced ; came,
11. A. MADILL, private, to rank as Bth
Corporal, vice NEvir.t.a displaced ; cause,
These officers will' be 'obeyed and es
D. L. Swr.r.tiaT, Capt.
S. F. HOYLE, Clerk.
and his Ii
In reply to yours, just received, asking
what effect Dr. Pierce's medicineshad on
mg. I would say, three yeare., ago I ex
pected to die with consumption. I 'had
long suffered with catarrh, my th3t and
lungs were-badly affected, and m y stem
was rapidly • breaking down. I h \tried
many physicians and remedies within:it
intent. Having seen good results follow
the use of Dr. Pierce's MedicineA4 re= ,
, solved to give them a thorough trial. In
i \ gix months time I was entirely cured. No
medicines stand higher. in my estimation,
Mi n Dr. Pierce ' s Golden Medical Dimon
-ervand Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
hey \ not only saved my life, bat have
made me a hearty and strong man.
Very-Wily yours. -
Mir DO YOU WANT A CARRIAGE
to draw the Baby In ? Bodo NantaaW Croetery
Store walk.° what a Sue one, you can get to a Ut z
tle money. N
Or To an already well-eattddiahed rep=
atailott, are Constantly added the warmest praises
of travelers who have enjoyed the W4llOlOBll et
the Greed Central Hotel, New Tory. \
Vir LADIES often find they either hay
something not wanted or else go mitt Tout s use id
article because they do not esambie the thousand
and one kept at litintaa's Crockery Store. ' -
Cam' STERN Bros. are milling SUN
DOWNS sad SAILOR RATS for Si awls, •
LEGHORN FLATS for IL=
far REAR YE! AU persons abouti to
buy nay CROCKERY. ROME FURNISHING
GOODS or FANCY GOODS-4A fief say roats li
our Totted suottamist,—wlll *et wisely In maghp.
lag the tarp steels lo the Cuellar, Raw of J.
ItainoLlf. - Toe as Ns 'whet amt per immeheis
1 4 40,4 *11,11,44.1:1#4,110110,...
i . ~~^.... ii;. Ye:'.\ r.'wiru~'.~r...ea+i~:S,i:~:.~ t~iit~~~
. - ':' .. .:.:_ 4' ' ' ; . '. -:.';'•
STAKE COARECTIID.—WhiIe tiding
gra-street car, at Buffalo, N. Y.,
Ato B. " I was mistaken the
" " How?" said Mr. B. " You
lag of Dr. Pierce
varlets' Hotel, and
'a ability to cure
Ind stated that
liciens with but
Misty you I wrote
ar COMM= SUS !--311.
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ism: gist it wise
maxims sumat WISCUS, Me sh
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Inver IWlilllllr Sad
rand' CLOCIII.4OI AM Mos
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eia 11111 N As., fe., An Oltli tote
gift ••••• mhos wave, reloast et=
reel seie ininssiedi es teprissOst.
awn. ' /ff:SAcom.
! lII I TS. A-' ta ....".r-T.v. iialltalGailliffQ
aid Maisie ?MRS* or PEIIitaXIIIIIIN la
eamuslag Ufa !raw tat ea pupae el. viten
ups Woo faurdafai. .f.aurailifilbspliatatila I
Oradea lalisilllll^, PolltudAlillegudal."o.
alig, NAY Mk tivo *as fa lama ftua I to 9
0 0 10 divirstity Asitie agetSme,ol ll KllM
Mg !summa as 4fitatise an falaadiell am I
dna ; - time fa the fa biles sal vane.
mua. 11111), irba Atli* . lininsuukelisuana 1
the OrtilliP•Caitandiag ia Oa ~ma sair
ebaose tia. luta& spikes Tuatplita Mamma Oat
auk adobe may attain - 1* OUs. ' _ rllslta•
Jail:nos limn Ts. Grim is
Pmtee—Mr. satyr: 0* mateotiee ibi lei *es
sileS * Os pet *Mt sliwoollOPOloafSiod.
et the Gilt tip II& es Senii.' No etilitittint
sterns neinitery to Its oesky Queen* tole
enity. The *Mb istik One seats ta, they
base been esteem hes Vermeil ter mat et . pe.
Moo Wry renii sett amp this tray to boy min
ter their toed. lie sell twisty to their tie, . eon
tie pia peons It; liiiirmis la the oometty
see eat rotes the Castor
that get 4" is, St. ti elate mil OM toe tt asit.
ten ~..;';-',-, 4.: ,- ;,i - :'-• 1 :> ' ' :!.1.--, h*
our ie. i811 . 4:114 aIOW - 110 r sled; We
eap, one we bite every dels7ame to niestipshi.
The sone et Cooley Clime* now avenge over
Us per soup..
It soy et pew realm wish to welters the Gat
Up Pea. we eee letaleb aim valtli peas thet
IMO hem wad but a Sts. 111* pas lestelekee
at sad Cooley Closeiets pat la their plat* soot
parties eirahar . llama are saltless to sell St say
}dee. IHaK,pstO M pip gs "Sao
swarm wt pliCeih let theta
tot shoat say prkies domes Se
We chalks*, the ZOselhat to s trial at soy
subtle plass fa year meaty, -ail Ws *II ems to
matte mete bad flow aseessit batter by pintas
teibours tbsa they art by bottles , al or4Shosts
nom woe tissatlty of .site *esti.
• Veratost Ifsnklash. Co.; 1::
alittafseauses of Cooley theism sb
_ html. Fel% Vermont.
apples Si mats by maU.
IFWOOL CARDING. — The business
otMUM 111111 etiedisetei atusual at the old
aidablialuasat la Cataptawa during ft* _combs
111118119/. We WlllOO ready to de the tut But
that cram eked e t treettally tarp to thaat for "ma
that rligt asal
da. :as Itifirai*lp Akdit
7 Z e aziaatod,
May 6th 1676. ,
tr DRESS. GOODS at :educed prams
st J. L. kilt% • - : , : : 4
Stir STERN trot, have. Jost roceiyed
s line of Ladles Ready made PAP Awe flausoor
Zdlsies Boni. fit• FARNHAM do all
klzda Or DIMS MAKING. '
Vir HOSIERY I HOSIERY I nom&
UT t All asw stOss at J. Witssrs. mays:
or Ermtl4l4 in the lite or station
!. at wencoeil s Bemire.
SHETLAND SHAWLS ingress
J. G. Karr%
.... L . • mart.
les, MUM and ChUdrene
HOSIgEY at J. 1.. Emirs. may*.
GL ur OVIS an
TEST NOVELTIES IN
lowest Welt.* St STU N
Ur TABLE LI N, NAPKINS and'
TOWZIA. &U. _ mar.
- tir Straw Work sad
emit, atissau. a raaaaaa.s.
' Illr'Tbompson's "GLOVE
'CORSET at J. L. Mire%
- tar PARASOLS sad MARL
J. L. lEsx rs.. .„' • • --
or Get your STY
Blass Bros. New Tort St
cir HOSIERY, 4
Ribbons at Swam Brat.
or Yon can gat the latest styles of
StaUeneq. Teri. cheap, at, 'Far/voila i; lH►os`s
tar mit. E. J. Diugoois is soiling goods
this *tag cntarnn THAN svgs. Can aaat
lig#lll•!leter, Fare 1 41 1 4 •
L Mrs. P. .1. M Otis has retitrood
from the OM sus is. dm, the FINEST
DISPLAY OP MULLIN BY aid NOTIONS IA
or GLOVES for 13 ands. and COB
OM for aa cests at WrittPl Bea. Near Tort
Stara, _ _
rir Table Linens, Tcreling and, Nap
kin st STitax Bea. -
- nr Mrs. E. J. DErsaas has TRIMMED
HATS forONE DOLLAR sad wards.
re LADIES NECKWEAR arid SILK
HANDKERVIIISIS Ma IS oats up at Ssr.sx
Ur Go to KNELL & '
best Ilitllitnery Goods.
Great reduction on _rates to all
polnts :West. Northwest and -Soathwest. The
ebespevt fares ever offered. Write or amply to O.
R. Sherwood, Towanda, L. O.B.ticket °Mee.
ur E. lA. DORMAIIL,
3.f5 East Water Street,
- r.LNIBA, N. T.
TIM Floor—DßT HOODS. •
Third Itior—CANPETS. .
Fourth FIow—CLOAKS AND SUM.
tipper loots aeararible by Elevator. A visit of
laspeellat will mere than amply repay. Pays.
sir rim= & Co. .(Tsylot & Co.'s old
stand), Dale Street. having last returned from the
Mi. are offering are of. the Best Assortments of
DRY GOODS. FANCY GOODS. HOSIERY. CAR•
PETS, OIL CLOTHS. 80., evereiblbited In To.
wands. and their Prices are astenishlngii
„ , ,
lir }fro. C. H. Ars *imp to
rebind th e Ladles of T the Is now pee.
pared tads 8ZW1139 BY TB AT OR reaapaable
tenth. ;teardrop% No • Ward it Othrtea's b or%
Pint Ward. , WIT •
Coause Bakery Witon, of the
Ward Bakery will be as head daily with
lush ClSCltert hot from the overt, Mud, Pies,
Cakes. he. • • *WU
CD' Flower Pots and Ban i rktg Baskets
,twwest valet, AM 11101111 Mb iisarketAt NA.
Crfttery Stara. my%
The Largest; Best and Clasped
lbs. for Ladles'. Woes• and CUlMeeis•
Co.iusli new acme • aver Xsin
Testy !SOW, Block. saw4ls
Ihis • 17
Wier la t•
supporter, alio *1
aos bas the best Skirt
I e Cousin bas ou te best wearing Shoes
for Men, Bop and Y weer ever offered Is
Towanda, and at prices within" nrlt of all.
Li' Horse Powers for sale; one Second
Mad, and slew Imes of Blood is 04 1 / 31r eisautscilue,
Kan. $ months
• • ffere, Ts.
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.i " Don't you forget it. :• : We b i t , .
excellent CRACKER 111114131PACTOZY la
at COWLZIP BAIZRY, wbero you ems bar
Wu frodetaked crackers „ .. : . .
art.. B. 'ktes= ilaileiftes oompe.
Mk.% far 41
of gavas'aml la, prim as flask
Doom. =ads sad likaillabs, and an banding iii}
aerial. ' H taaaMil •
tom' To TM Pb11400•••The Steam Grist
Millis flbesbageis, torsoffroimoil by /Amu: L ....,_ NOTICE.
D initSTRA TOR kt
Rill I* *totted wider SSW ItANA01.111SWI" —Notice lillefellY that all priOUS lo
ad vita tocuped toollitlesoo 11011WAI". /I*b.
— to th e eolith et 1130 411. 'Wfinifts, Ws of
I 4 4.rie• .t We but. a thi aid Wow of this pp Co s" " ril l o itT nou imius te g oe*wa t° = ththee
Mir *ln loPvio so a mill Ifs don sof Oh** fe LIM slue
. .Imbig m bigt desil th eebneetett
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. . _
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*WI Ilea of WiSINIX•CaiII% Metesatrites
iir" V tan mai Was* aeeiplii. by M. Mit.
Immur e SIMI amtilsillog to otimalkia Abe toot
woo. boa commbartoi NU theiittra *aft regard
!Ns egleistrisardm Witetwasielihme, -ORS
far 11401116 x.JACCI •
gr 3kkowt,i4ro dearlivr
•si 110111101111 9 * Prayers' sat
" r ' fil, oB o7 . tin ba. l6 d• tela la Plats
book larget Ink *lie MO VA aid .cistales
eguir iSe pegiesontli 7$ ammo owl Menem,
tniumt. rnea !ASA& _PA
- ilikßook amid la la infra how" is Seep sod
110111101186 , \ to' E. lliarawbs or
sy universal • wa w a, Anse! CA.
eking* Pura ate 1he:0 , 81ot all yediradies fee
trardivigh TheY are the *duet of keg, hrbeeh
rise. seeeseefel sledded leves and
tb d r. * l t 1,711011.1 s to their Plattice, by
nu thaws - Nam. ivies OMB lbw • blot alla
1 1101 ,$ viredllatrugad
re POI that medical Add Cis
dedis. Thrtary purely vegetable, ' ire hada enemies
hail Their sea la barbaric value and math*
pavers ad ether sfla can be compared . wltli th ere,
and every • 11 '101,1414W 'libid o Inn tm•
ydoy tam, rid., They Rasp the syideur li
perfect order,. sad iudatahr healthy sedan 4he
3rhalebereblsery of lima. soliciting and if
betas; they are specially adapted or the Deeds of
the Woody. apparahui, dere:4mgal. of which
thetpreveat sod cure, If timely rates. They are
as he:km' Wear physic to -direrdoylor eaddrea
ties vresteard, toadlretloaaorhere IIVIAnd. has
eltedrad, eathartlets malted. BOLD is ALL
M 111131016111. - "
ar PAANO6 Mal Oica t um—U you aid '
to purcknee amy tupelo: PIANO ORO N.
enrol In every excellence Or any made. at foe.
hirers Whokala Price.sad Inas save one
loft ot prataresey, do not tall. betore pore
to write foe catakryse of deacrlptka and prices, to
root Otace Box MS, New York.
_ *welt T. ISM ft. . •
1W E. P. Ruargzes Bxmit Wets or
Isom gives toile to the stomach, Improves the ap.
Wits end assists digestion. excites Me bowels to .
Wittig Maks. eithellimr all the foal humors that
aistmalsate the blood. corrupt the secretions and
°tend the break It excites the deer to a heatfby
artlea and streagthens the naives. Imparting that
1* tbstprothedts &Mae from perfect heath.
stn all maths of We. testify tothe virtues
of this eseeellent mhdicfne In correcting the do.
rallgement of the digestive organs. oat the Remo
hth. Sold slaty la the dollar battles. Ask for IS; 7.
KOFEOFF BITS= WINS or 1110 s, and tate no
brlpepaia Dyspepsia !
L. 11.70 1 / 1 114.
Z. V. Kintkel's Bitter Wias of Iron; a sera cure
tbr tkts disease. It has been prescribed daily for
Wag years la tee practice ot eminent physician
wink naperalelled success. Symptoms are loss of
appetite, wind and rislag of food, dryness In month.
be. Mohawk ideepieseasse sad low Writs.
t resalise.' • Not sold In bulk, may one dollar
De you went something to strengthen you! Do
:Mt want • good appetite' Do you Want to tot PK
of nervousness/ Do you want energy f Do, you
want to sleep welt or be cured of dyspepela t kidney
or liver disease ? Try E. T. Kutrant.'s /ITS.
WINS OF loon.: Every bottle guaranteed to doss
recommended. Depot and ethos. 218 North Ninth
Street. Philadelphia. Pa. Get the genuine. Sold•
by all druggists. Ask for E. F. Hunkers and take
no other. AU I ask is a trial of this valuable med
icine. One bottle will enmities you'. Get sea bot
ties far dire dollars. one dollar for one.
H. B. INOISAN.
Tape Were% Illeatoved Mho.
Tape iros. Pin, Seat end Minutia Worms re
r*Hee In trim two to four hoots. No fee au
head of Tape Worm ruses alive sad In one.
sk your druggist tor Kunkelh Work gym: Sold
Is ore dAls. bottles./ Used for children or
Cirpersons. le never , falls. Or send for drew.
o Dr. Kunkel, Zle North Ninth Street. Palls;
dolphin, Pa. Advice ,by male free. hood three
rest Asap for rotors of letter.
E. P. nankin*. &astral sad E. P. Mu
The best and cheapest Hair Dressing and Hair
Cleaner In the wofd..They remove dandruff, allay
Irritation, soothe and tool the bested scalp, prevent
the hilt from falling off, and promote the growth
In a Very ihort time. They preserve and beautify
• par t Hair. and render It soft and glossy. • They Im
&brilliancy and silky. appearance to braid
and wiry Hair. and ass hair dressing they are en.
rivalled ; eradicate dandruff and prevent Madness.
The shampoo classes the Hair. removes grease,
scuff, Itching. eruption. Cores headache produced
by best and fatigue. Kunkel*, Shampoo and Los.
teal restore Hair to • natural and.gkawy color, cs
store faded, dry, harsh and wiry hair. Price per
bottle Si. Ask your druggist for them, or send to
H. P. Kunkel, Proprietor, Ho. 255 North Ninth
Street, Philadelphia. Pa. , • tiday2.4os.
OBIBISTF—BRONSON.—At the resldenee of,
the b fa th er In Orwell, co the std of May,
tata, y the Rem. Wlllfun Mama!), Mr. L. De-
Witt Otiswokl. of Bate% 'N.Y., and Miss Edith
M. Bronson, daughter of Samuel N. Bronson,
CROTIOLZT--BOSTWIBIC.—At floopori 'Valley,
N. Y.. May ISM by Rev. WM. Cr. reek, Mr.
Albert Y. Crotaley ' of Athens. and Mluldabata
D. Boatirteki of Adtoluteld.—all of Bradford
sad some mosey.
ira for 23 oasts, at
Laces, Silks and
The COOLEY 7
bat rapereedbi aU
The nutter Ii VINE
a Maher price la the •
The MILD IS GREAT
way of *ening.
no sales now average over
CkZAZIEUS PER 'WEEK.
X 0 OTiIPU SYNTEX can show 17
Read the TESTIIONIALS—
OCIDXS PARDO, NZWrORT, R. 1., 11
• March 24 4 18111.,„
Vermont Farm Manufacturing Co.: •
Gent!erne's—Weirs More and more pleased with
the Cooley Creamer as we continue to use it, and
we feel confident that we shall produce a better
quality of butter this summer by means of It than
we TM hate before. We are now gettirg 41.00 a
pound for our butter. Very truly yours.
Pr en Editor of the American Agrieulturiat.)
• Nam Your. Jan. 9 1 /CA ,
Vermont Yana Machine Co.: 7 • ,
Dear 8119-4 bays set up the No. Coolegerearner
procured of you, and have now bad It In
use on my farm in New Jersey several Weeks.
and that It does all you represented that It would
de, and that besides raising ata. of the cream from
the milk In less than 1% hoary, and keeping the
milk perfectly sweet ; It occupies very little space;
may be kept anywhere In a kitchen , or a barn If
desired, because being closed completely against
access of Air the cream can Imbibe be odors; also
that It produces more cream from the milk than I
can procure from shallow pans, and Is a great labor
saver. I strongly recommend It to every butter;
maker. lam sure I have gained in both quility
sad quantity over any kind of; pan I have.yet used
for setting milk for cream.
Yours reel truly, MIN= STZWART.
llntentnwrlt.ta. Lancaster Co., Pi.
Vermont Tom Machine Co.:
Sir--The Cooler and Cana I ordered arrived the
fore partof June. I atn eonadmit from repeated
Ineamtrings, eights:go and comparison.. that I get
more butter, of satins a quality. from the same
amount of milk by-your way of setting than by an
other heretofore pursued. So mocha.), that I am
changing my-antue factory. and shall wen require
VERMONT MANCPACTURING COMPANY,
'REPORT OF THE CONDITION
of the Tint National Sink at Towanda.
State of Pennsylvania, at the elope of bash
sass Way 1. t
/4110 and discounts
Overthafts p s.ssr 52
U. S. Bonds to lecture circulation WON 00
Doe from epweved reserve sgents....,,.- 43,180 42
Due from otMr National Rents 1,539 92
Doe from State Rants and banters some 35
Real estate, farnittue, and fixtures 28.121 It
Manua el pithn and taxes path 4,281 ei
Oaths abff other cub Dents • 4,31 Y 22,
Rine et ether Banks . .
_. . . 5,015 OD
16 4, ,11M 0 0
4 fund with Qfl Tr. (5 pr et. of clr. , 8,475 00
Capital stock paid in. 4125400 00
Surplus fund • 110,000 00
Undivided profits 6,106 62
National Bank notes outstanding: 49400 . 00
Dividends unpaid • 90 00
WINN& deposits subject to cheek =1,490 91
Time eatitleates of deposit ' 49,543 39
Die to other National Banks • '1,333 03
•• Total onajno 14
_State of Penasylvania; County of Bradford, as: •
I-. N. N. BETTS. Jr., Cashier of the above named
. bank, do solemnly - swear that the above statement
is tree to the best of knowledge and belief.
N. N. BETTS, Jr, Cashier.
Sibser!bed and worn to before ins this 12th day
nf Nay, 117 a
\ • W;11, DODGE, Notary Mlle.
- GEO. STEVENS, Merton.
May 14 11111. -
kers 111k,aipeo for the Hair.
OCESS of mating gutter Is
FLAVORED, awl brings
than 'from any other
.BELLOWS BALLS, VT.
-4543,1111 l 14
WAIVEI GIAII - •
solonsfrool Mob* fisomol. itt Ma old .
NW& UM Ma linallaresi
M*4 (Seleireller, fhb annutietanlot pall . glit
I • WATBICAND OAB Pllll4_ .
c: ;Ow fait, to r efrofilk filytillag - Ible Noe at
ItorymooMboillbfetc Tals 141,101404 ed with
boo mg food with oopbottots. twain IS very
obroog atotlorobio. opoi if set superior to soy
I caw.. *era gouty ot ,
PUMP. TUBINGS 4.11 QR. NPR,
1161001 i lositoffolawf aktil•
frost' So boot Vat* PUN .y bold.
portioo to mut of ph* inn war OM kr
WM bye s of ofo. Oran by amp
Mee" /a' *TCICOI:2,
Okitemer Of f.8. - Nottpoll'
111111: X. Ara, Ittatlrs, N. '
ti hattaol47 211, UtS. • '
-• PO WELL # CO. desire
. SPECIAL 42TEXTION'
to their st4;cli of -
SILKS and WORSTED
DRESS 1 71 411.R.1C5,
which, they are now . receiv
ing and offer for sale at an
also, to their stock of LW
manufactured from goods
of new and desirable styles,
which they offer at sprices
ranging froni; _
OXE DOLLAR to 171 TY
They are also receiving
large additions to their
stock of Ladies' _
at prices less than, cost of
materiali , front which they
are mad& - • -
Towanda, May 9, 1878.
J. O. FROST'S BONS.
FOBNIT RE AND _UNDER
With Me Spring trade we have
come forward with a large line of
New Goods for the Parlor, Chamber
and Library, including all the Latest
Novelties in Patent Rockers, Camp
Our line of Chamber Furniture,
including - the latest _styles in Queen
Anne and Eastlake; is tsrilarge and
at prices that defy competition; while
on Common Chairs, 'Bedsteads,
Spring Beds, • Couches,
and Looking-Glasses we ham. always
taken the lead for Best Goods and
Litwest Prices. -
sh 16 record
Our Undertaking Department is
a ys Complete, and we keep in
stoc ' :Jack and White Cloth Caskets,
Wen Ile:alio and Rosewood Case d
and Co i
,ns of every style, and our''
prices are er than the lowest.
•• _ ,
_. When- in need of auytht
line please call and get our p - ees, as
we are sure you teal find them', wer
than anywhere else.
J. 0. FROST'S SONS,
tr 7 8 ,999 ao
5 ..„ ,
RERIFIPS SALES.—.By virtue
of nadty"lnits Weed, out of the Court of
Coiansen Plena of Bradford County, and to nso di
rected._ litrillexpros to patine ode en TIitYIIBDAY,
the dayelN DNB. 0211. it tbe door of Use Court
Bane In Towanda Borough, at I o'cloar, tr. kt.,
the Mods" described property, to bits
One lot, pleee, or pusrmi of land situate in
. 11tobSekt WnWed north bytands of Joshua
*emu anti reed Johnson, east hy sand of theme
gatataratiks oath by lands of A D Mann, and west
by lands of Jonalban Badiock and AV E.Jabloet
centmisislinaerns nsalfor less, &boat So improved.
with I framed boas% I fraed bans, and abode and
fruit trees Boron. noised and taken tato execu
tion at the suit of A C Elsbrees use vs Daniel
Season . . _
• - Noll ALlNlOnOtither hit Master In Pike twp;
bounded 'north by Ote public highway, east by
lands of Wilson Muth south and west by the
tr; 2 01 2 . 1= l ecatainit 1 - acre
ramed Dons, , I more or
Mw huntress thereon. ,
No 3. ALB —One other lot 'Baste In Pike twp.
/Winded north by land* of Wm Dula, easterly and
aontheriy by the public highWay,snd hinds of Wilson
_Plan and welt by lands of RIM Oldster: . contains
*ache of land be the same more or leas, all improvv.
ed, no buildings, nut few frnixtrees thereon. Belt
ed and taken Into execation at the Cult of Vie Atte.
ewe Budding and Lam 'Am:elation of . Athen3,- Pa,
vs B N finy. • •
No 1. A WO—One .Other lot situate la Albany
top, hounded north by I public i
ands of Jose phghwa Campbellby,
opt and south by tbe hy,
feeds Of Clark Babcock:. being Inaft front and s
60 1 t
deep, with- It framed house and few fruit trees
thereon. BelledSoid taken Into execution at the
milt of Edward Overton vs 3 Ormsby.
No S. ALSO—One other lot situate to Pike twp,
bounded north by lands of A D Pasoan, east by
lands of the. Thomas Brink estate, south by lands
°Ube Thomas Brink estate, west by the public
highway; contains 12 acres nines or less, all im
proved, with I framed house, 1 Ward shanty, and
few fruit trees thereon. Betted and taken into ex
ecution at the minor G W Bailey? Stephen B
Not. A) 0.-One other lot situate In Leroy
tap. bounded lad described as follows: Beginning
at a ear hi ne-public road leading, from. tho stage
road to the south eside of the Towanda Creek. and
comet Lindley Stone's land, and in the line of
Ames Vanneet's land• and running; thence north
as the original course given along the line of Amos
traallret's land: running thence north as the origi
nal eOlllllO given along the line of Amos Vat' dent.
Lewis Darling. formerly it A Greeno, about 201
peraand Fie cf a perch to a car past sod stones
*Not ning lands of Reuben licCiellend on the north,
end thence east as the original course 23 pen to a
•In the line of David Iltagland's land; and
thence south as the original course mentioned In
former conveyances a distance of about 3i: 4-10
pen to a ;tor adjoining Lindley Stone's land as
conveyed to him by Nathan E Wilcox, and along
the line of David Hoagland', land to s aid car, and
,thence south 80 0 ' west 1 340 pens to a Post - and
stones; thence West 11 6 . 10 pen to s hickory tree
marked for a con thence north 3o _cut *long said
Lindley Stone's land and line le pens fo s cos near
a hickory tree: thence Sr west 23 3-10 pen to the
place of beginning: contains the supposed quantity
oramormt of about nacres, be the same moreorless.
' (2 acres being reserved therefrom In the convey.
ance,) abort **acres improved. with I framed house,
2 framed tarns, other outbuildings, and orchard of
Indt Meta thereon. Belied and taken into execu'-'
Proust the suit of Overton h Elsbreo vs Anthony
D ngarliNo T.
ALSO—One other lot "situate in Granville
hm, bounded north by lands of Charles Parmerter
and David Eaton. en the east by lands of Ephraim
Kendall. south by lands of Widow Annable and
David Thompson, west by of 3lalechl Shoo:
nutter and Cartl a nd Ci f •eotitat no 66 acres more
Or less„ - all Improved, w ith framed house. 1 fram
ed barn, I.framed ho•-"pen, and orchard of fruit
trees thereon. Setzed*nd taken into execution at
the suit of -Burk, Thomas I Co va James Ritten
No B.•ALSO.—One other lot situate in South
Creek twp, bounded north by landoof Robert Ray,
emit by lands of James O'Leary. south by - lands of
J C Kilne's estate, and C W Lord, west by lands
of Patrick linricy; containsll4 acres more or less,••
about &lures improved; with • 1 framed house, 1
icir barn. and orchard of fruit trees thereon. Seiz
ed and taken into eiecation at the* suit Of Collin
West VS Henry Spencer.
No S. ALSO—One other-lot situate le Granville
twp, hounded north by lands of John 31 natio and
James Riley, east by lands of Adam Innis, south
by lands of Adam fruits and Win Bunyan, west by
lands of ilazrigon Ross, Chastle Lowe, and n
31 Phalle; containsB7neres and Si pets, m or e l Or
less, about 80 acres Improved. with 2 framed houses,
2 fruned barns, other outbuildings, and 2 orchards
of fruit trees thereon. Seized and taken into ere.
cotton at the suit of U 11• Baxter's use vs - Omar
ALSO—One other. 3ot situate In 4 1e5ylurn
tarp, bounded and described as follows : Beginning
at a stone heap; thence east 104 pets to a stone
heap;' Mende south 22 0 'east 119 pert toastone heap;
thence south 70° west 121 6-10 pets to stone heap;
thence north 16 0 west 1116$i pers to the place of by
cOntains 91 acres and 153 pers more or
leas, being part of Sarah if Butler's tract surveyed
liit the warranieenatne of BarnabasMcShatu. about
84 acres Improved, with 1 framed house.. 1 framed
barn and sheds attached, blacksmith shop, work
shop, 1 framed granary; and orchard of fruit trees .
No 11. ALSO—One other lot situate '4ll Notiroe
and Albany tarps, bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a sugar tree Stan original &a of Jon
Boyd and John •K idd warrants ; thence east by Jno
Boyd warrant pers to a hemlock.cor of Otis Ly
ons' lot; thence by the same south 143 pers to a cor;
thence westl67 pers to a cor of E C Kellogg's tot;
thence by the same north 148 per. to the . piaas •01
beginning; et/Mains 150 acres and /31 per. more or
less, being part of a large tract In the warrantee
name of Joseph Thompson; no Improvements.
No 12. ALSO—One other tot situate in Monroe
twp, bounded and described as follows: Beginning
at a car on line of E C Kellogg's land; thence east
100 pen to a cor of the Saulsbury lot; thence north
39 pen to a cor'on James W Irvine's lot; thence
east 85 pen to a cur on line of 4ehti Bristol; thence
south 24)4 0 eastBs nets to a car On line of John
Bristol; thence ealt 2451° west 110 pers to a vie oil
line of E C Kellogg; thence by Kellogg's land west
142 pers to a con thence still by Kellogg's land north
68 pen to the place of beginning; contains 76 acres
at 63 pen more or less, no improvements.-
No 13. ALSO—One other lot situate in Asylum
twp, bounded and described as follows : Beginning
at a cot, being the southeast -con of the Phito'lclin-
Kos lot (now one Bacon), running 50uth,254 0 west 2
7.10 pers to a cor of post and stones; thence south
83° east or thereabouts, 38- pen to a ctn. (being,
northwest cot of Benjamin lot), thence south 2°.
30' west 112 pen to a car; thence north 784° west
44 5.10 pers to a cot; thence north 40S 0 west 1736.10
pen to a cot of post and stories; thence, south 78°
east 114 pen to the place of beginning . ; contains 75
acres more or less: about'so.lmproved.• Se red and
taken into execution at the suit of Hiram Istate
vs James Ellis and E SF Ellis. '
No 14—ALSO—One other lot abate In Piker 'Op,
bounded north by the public blghway.east by lands
of Wm Hutchinson, south by lands of Seymour
Wilson, west by lands offferbert Beecherboutains
6 acres more or less, all improved, with I trained
honse and few fruit trees thereon. Seized and ta
ken Into execution at the snit of Catherine E Har
rington vs Bertha B Bradley. •
NO IS, ALSO—One other lot situate In Columbia
two, bounded north liy lands of Caleb 'Burt and
James Strong, east by lands of Caleb Burt, south
by lands of Henry Bernet and Fayette- Kenyon,
west by the public highway; contain! 90 acres more
or less, abOut 80 imerneed, with 1 framed house, I
'granary and few fruit trees thereon; gelled and
taken into execution at the suit of ' JM Williams'
use vat B
No 16. ALSO--One other lot situate In Troy twp,
and bounded as follows: Being all that piece or
pa.cel of land lying in the township of Troy, and
being a portion of the Land bought .by Pomeroy
Bros' of Wm and• Clement Sinew!, and now oc
.eupled by E A Kennedy, being all the land owned
by Pomery Bros' on 'the north side of the county
road, and supposed to contain 50 acres of land more
less, all improved, being the same piece of - find
conveyed by Pomeroy Bros' to. Burton S Ayers, by
articles of agreement dated Dec 29,.1873, with 1
framed house, and orchard of fruit trees ther.on,
Seised and taken Into execution at the suit of POIll•
eroy Bros` vs Burton S Ayres.
No 17. •AISCIOne other lot situate in Athens
twp, bounded north by lands of C W Clapp, (now
in possession of H VanduzerL. east by lands of Said
Clapp and John Donovan, smith by lands - of E N
Merritt, west by Batn-st; being 150 f t on, said Main
at, and 150 ft deep, with 1 framed house and barns
I 1 thereon. • . •
No IS. ALSO—One other lot situate in ,Sheshe•
quilt twp. bounded north by lands of Henry. Ma
vole and Joseph Humphrey,- east by lands of Jo
seph Humphrey. south by lands of John Wagot and
Adam Kier, west by lands formerly owned by Mos.
'wan Thompson; contains 106 swell more nr less,
.about 00 Improved, with I framed house,4 framed
barit, 2 sheds, 1 wagon house * and art orchard' of
fruHlress they on. Being the same land conveyed
to defendant by B W•VanDuzer by deed bearing
date Nov 40876, and recorded In deed book No
132, at page 430: Seised and taken Into execution
at the suit of H F Mayn.ardli use Vs Hyman Van-
piozl4l. ALSO-One other lot situate in Overton
twp, bounded and described as follows: Beginning
at a birch tree on the lino of Paul Moore and Josh
.1:11 Cooley Warrants; thence south Si°, 45' west
along Joseph Anthtmy's
: warrant 104 7-10 -pars to a
ba'wood; thence - north 58.4. 2 west along F.II Sloths'
warrant 160 pen to a cor; thence north 31s. 15' east
104 7.10 pars to, a cor; thence south UN , ' east
60 pore to the place of beginning; contains 104
a and 112 pen more or less, I t.bebag-thevtame
lan sold to 4 W Owen by C -L Ward by contract
date. Oct 11, 1869; about SO acres improved, with 1
frame 110118 e, I trained barn. and orchard of fruit
trees th reon.. Seised. and taken leio,OXecallon at
the snit Mrs Ellen Ward Miller to use of W W
.Hlngsbn t - . 1 W Owen.
No 20. AI. 0-.-One other lot situate Canton twp.
bounded nort by lands of 0 I' and I) e Manley.
out by lands o eorge Meeker, south t y the To.
Wanda Creek, wi k by lands of Pr N Smith; con
tains 7S acres mo rnor less, all lammed, with I
framed house, 1 frame d barn with sheds attached.
'I corn-house, 1 ahee rn. 1 bay.barn„ other Out•
buildings and few frtil trees thereon. Seized and
taken Into exeentiorßat he suit o f James F Fox,
ex'r, Ts StephenA Hand and Jared S Manley.
No 21.= ALSO-One other t situate In Towanda,
twp, bounded north by lot NO -, east by an alley,
south by tot No 69. west by Mai -st: being lots ho
70 and 71. as will more fully and t large appear on
0 F Mason's plot of Sonth Towan and being 90ft
front on Main-et, and 125 ft deep, Ith. t -framed
booie thereon. Seised and taken, int execution at
the snit of H L Stott, Trustee ss Stich I Bcyle: •
• No 22. ALSO-One other lot, situate I Albans
boro', bounded north by lands of C.W Clap (now
In possession of H VanUnser), east by landsofirld
Clapp and John.Honoyan. south by . ands of 7
Merrill, and west by Malmst t being 150 feet front'
on said Main-at - and 150 ft deep, . with 1 framed,
hoUse. A framed barn, de, thereon. -
No 23. -One othenlot, 'Mosta le Athenaboro%
...bounded north by Satterlee.U, east by Maple-at.
south by lota In theSatteriee plot. and west bralsin
, st and other lots - deeded to defendant by , C W -
Clapp, With 1 framed shed thereon. Same being
lots No 10. It and 12 as shown on the plot or survey
known as the fiatterlee tract. -
No 24J. ALSO-One other lot, situate in Athena
bons, bounded north by Satterieeet,„ east by lands
of G. I.,Eastabrooks, south by lends - of John Case,
and west by Maple-et ; being about„lso ft front by
160 fa Ileep. - • .. :
No 21. ALSO-One other lot situate in Sheshe:
gain twp, bounded north by lands Of Henry Stanole
and Joseph Humphrey, east" by lauds of Joseph'
Humphrey, south by.lands of John Wagget and
Adam Hier. and west by lands formerly owned by
Morgan Thompson; contains 100 acres of land
I more or less, about 90 improved, with 1 framed
house. Ilframod barn, 2 sheds, 1 wagon-house and
an orchard of fruit tree thereon. Seized and taken.
Into execution at the suit of Anton It Collit a Ts
No ,tat ALSO-One other lot, enlist:3.ln Franklin
rep, boanded and described as follows: Beginning
ate Flees of east iron In the center of, the road
lesding'from Towanda toCanton; thence south alio
1 east 5 rods and IS links to a post 2:ft south-west of
an apple tree'; thence south 55t O west II rods and
I link to a post on the east line of Luther Smith's
lot; thence north 14 0 west 3 rods and IS links- to ts'
brick In the center (I,ole:road ; thence along said
road to the place of beginning: contains 411 agnate
rods of land, more or leas. Eacepting from the
above deseribed lot a place of land deeded by Chas
Taylorto Samuel Webber by deed hearing datd May .
Is. 1671, and recorded 111 deed Wit No 126, .page
SU, and bele: improved. so on west end /14 lirst above,
described ; all with' i atoei,and dwelling
house. thereon. , Seised apd taken into execution a i .y
the snit of Nelms Gilbert vs John .T Cahill.
' . Norf. a.LBo.one other:lot..alttutte. is
bite= top,; twousded alma deacribed its l' ,-
Ahab* at Hes aeritteset eserWat -
41hed414.;01 , 7WhillMaigillenaC *
oithe estate the bins Jona Delorentrthenre
the hes of the awe eon at 440 percbse $ • caner
to the line of a lot hetetofOre eeettseted retinal/a
BOlfeli; thesiv tattle Uee of tar rear renntrill
640 perches tee tomer ofSee Neessilt thert-?1!‘-..!
by line of the setae welt
440 t. partner
east line of NW Ntehol Demereare easte t 2 ,r thei
by the Iles of the some north s s4o pram*
Pow of boltiontior: cousins is fares nal -n ,
mt 4w or, sit tuiparren. lath I timed pose ;
been. *Moen miry and wenn! it
.rrnit thee thoteee desired and Wren lets edam
aft at the snit of .I .l lSr Woothers re llsarst4s Bun •
: No 25. 21.130 . —0ne ether lot, situate In Harriet
twp, bounded both by lands 'et Ditvidl/INISIC ,
sad John lifeKszoint, east by Isadsof
south by binds of Patrick Drain. sad Wolk,
lands of I:leave nimbi: snot CUM'S!!! i -2210.
talus Hi seres of land, slots Or WI, 111b010
Improved. with 1 trained bane, t •frusad elshria
house, '1 framed barn, 1. fused oarsiboass sad
sheds, and other ontbulidlngs and Webs:Mot Mat
trees *bereft: Seized and taken tato sysnEleit OS
the suit of Henry C Beath vs Will UMW, '
U. A LSO—One other WM ottalik Altidlis :
bounded north toy lands of 12s. Novelty innittsrs
Works, by Ksinwl, dough by ilisLdlue Wr iu M
and wes b lands for the Penns. N align
it Co; befall shoot an Oka of lend. More=
all Improved, with I alien building th ereon. - .
and taken into execution at the salt of James:B • -
Webb, adm'r Of C. V Weikt deo% and the EMI
National Bank of Athens vs If A EIS and A Twist. '
N 0.20. ALSO—One othalot.siniste **Wilmot -
bounded math by Charles Lemon, out Wands*:
Olive Evans. south by lands Of Patrick COMO.
and west by lands of - Widow Brady ; contains SS
acres, more or less. about 4i Itoprove hit
board' bonier,' I framed barn and 2 sids If .
fruit trees thereon. belted and tat.* into men. .
ttcrn stlbe suit of Clf Minvilliestwe VI NO Wasp. , •
den, . -
No. it. ALSO—One °them lot altuate in Aijines
bounded sod described as follows: Beginning at
'corner of lands of Ethan= Neal; thence Meth
413 0 east 511 pan to a state and stones; thence
south 493* earistri pens *M 10ft to a eonserot land
owned by David Tremble; tiles** along mid •
Crumble's land 40X 0 north 36 pica to a corner Cl
H 8 /Wont land; Menem ales/ bads of said NB
Ronan and sold Neal 62 pent and 10ft to the place
of beginning; contains 26 sense:ld SS pone! Um!,
more or, les• ereetlY Improved.
No, 32. ALSO—Defendant's 3, intenlit to Goa
other lot situate in Asylum .twp;. bounded and Oa
scribed as follows: Be inning at a while Pao a
corner of s lot formerly owned by Barnabas Ye. -
Shear: thence north 4034° east 160 pets to • white
oak, anothettorner of the lot formerly owned by
Bartuthas Mt ilhearrthenee north 46K° west SO pen
to a post on the line between leads formerly of
Barnabas and Joseph lfeßbear; thence north 4194• .
east 1- 4.100 pies to • blsckest ; -thence north 41 6- ,
west 3012-100 pers to a red oak; -thence south 41
west 130 549400. per t -to a state and stones ; themes
south 42,Nee east flo-% pers to a whiter° ; thane*
south 40% 0 east 50 pen to the place beginniOrt -
contains so sedea, more or less, alt Inrprored. with
1 framed Wiese, 1 framed baramlthshedaattaehed,
I cora-house, 1 framed home-harry and few fruit
No. 33. ALSO—One other lot situate In - Asybins
Pep, bounded and described as follows: Beginning
at a corner in the creek in J Cot/Inset:Ws line;
thence along said Coolbangh's line south 413• 0 eaat
19 540 pees to a cornet; thence slang D Tr ustelll%
land south 4.34° west 29 6404ess to a, corner;
thence north 503 0 west 11 pen tan UMW; thence
south 42,3* west 2 2-le pen to apost corner: theme
north 5.1° west 27 240 pen to a corner of Y. Near*
land; thence along the same north 574,( 0 east 31 340
pen to a corner in line of D Bolton lot ; theme
along the same south 473( 0 east 91-10 pert to • Cee..-
nen thence along the same north 4230 east 56 1,10
nine;o a corn I a b ou t e creek. rim Piece of
contaln 10,acres of laud, More or
No. 34. ALSO—One other lot situate In asylum
twp, bounded and described as follows; BvIM.
Wag at a coiner of line of land formerly owned by •
Clark Beath; thane north ego west In • swamp
I. a corner of Joseph Minos' land in said swamp;
thence through said swamp, along said Minos'
line north 11334* esEt 29 pers to a corner- of the
same; thence south 47,4 0 east 7 pen to Si comer;
thence south 43 5 west 26 pers to the piseeof begin
ning; contains 2 acres and 91 pets of land, mare ec
less, mostly improved. Salted and taken into ex*. '
cntion at the suitor W use vs-Joht Pao
tenon. , ,
No. SS, AL.90.-One other lot, situate In Wyann
twp, described es follows t Being iota Nos. 4 and I
of block No. 13 in Pleschut's subdivision, 75 feet
front each and VA feet deep, fronds Mat' 4 11 °to
log the same lots contracted, toiled Morgano add
defendant the 25th day of March, 1873. Seises and
taken into execution. at the salt of FI B Moripin e
Wm"; ra J O Vonght and Cynthia Tought,
ANDREW J. LA.TTOV, Shedd.
Sheriff's Office, Towanda, Pa., Mora, 1878.
QffERIFF'S SALE.--By'virtue of
kJ two writs of Fl. Fa. tuned cat of the Court of
Common Pleas of Bradford County, to me-dheteted
and delivered, be exposed to public sale, at the
Vance Rouse, In the borough of Toianda, gltsd.
ford County. Pa., on .TifIESDAY. JUNK 11tH,
1078, commencing at 10 o'cloclt: A. M.. and to tow
thine from day today until sold, all the personal
property In said Vanes Rouse, consisting of wad.
nut suite, walnut parior.seta, dining-room tables
and chairs, beds' arid bedding, Mom, carpets,
crockery, direr and plated ware; Large kitchen
range, kitchen furniture, barroom flames. gas
ehandalters and fixtures, he. Will alre'rell Vanes
House 'bus. - .
TERMS—A.II sums of 025 and under, cash; over
#5. thirty days, with approved security.
Seized and taxen into execution at the salt at
Almon Soothwortb to J e Vance.
• ANDRSW. J. LAYTIAVS, Starlit.
The balance of said property, after paying above
writ. will be sold at public sale.
Sheriff's °Mee, Tosranda,Ta., May. 22, 1108.
is hereby given that J. Leroy Corbin; of ALB. -
ens Born',Bradford County. Pa.. by deed Of "Add"
tory aument, have assigned all the estate, real — .
and personal. of the mild J. Leroy Corbin to Wm.
'Snyder and F . T. Page, In raid county', In trust for .
the benefit of the creditors of the said J. Leroy
Corbin. All persons; therefore, Indebted, to the
said J Leroy Corbin will mate payment to the said
Assignees at the store of F. T.. Part.. in Athens
Bone. and those having claims or demands against.
the said 3. Leroy Corbin, present the same. -
without delay.' WM. SNYDER,
Apris.7B-9w F. T. PAGE,
Assignee of J. Leroy Corbin:
AIID/TOR'S NOTICE.—In the -
Orphans , Court of Bradford County, No.
—, May tern), 1878. .1n the matter of the exceptions.
to the final account Qf ;A. 0. Miller, Gpardbin et ,
The undersigned, atiNkg r ltor appointed by the .
Court to dispose of said ex Bons 'will attend to
the duties of hie appointment FRIDAY, .11:114
A. P. 1878, at his once In Towanda Borough; at
to o'clock. A. IL, when and where all persons in.
terested. In said exception's must be present or be •
forever debarred. • E. F. 00FF,
Towanda, May - , Auditor.
INotice la hereby given that application will be
made to the Court of Common Pleas of Bradford
County, or the President Judge thereof, for the
Incorporation of the "M. V. Church Society of NB
lan 'in Ulster township. The objects of the said
association are the maintenance of the public wor
shlp of God In accordance with the rules and ?Mei-
Mine of the M. E. Church.
B. B. MINTER,
D, B. VINCENT,
• • ANTHONY,
.8. N. HAVENS.
'fay 23, 1878. -
TN BANKRUPTCY.—In the diet-
I_ Wet Court of the United Stanntfor the Western
District of Pcnnsylvants. In the matter of 'Stain
ed T. Shot:raker, fiankrapt. X 0,1332. In Bankrttpt
cy. Western District of Pennsylvania.
To whom It-may concern: The undersigned here.
by given notice of hie appointment as Assignee of
Idatachi T. Shoemaker of West Burlington, In the
County of Bradford and State of Pennsylvania,
within said district, who has been adjudged a -
bankrupt upon his own petition by the district
court of said district. bated Canton the lath day
of May A. 8.1178._ . U. SHAW.
]lay, 16.2 w. • Assignee.
A DMINISTRA.TOWS NOTICE.
/M.—Nonce Is hereby given that all persons In
dPlrted to the 'estate of Cornelia Jakeway, late of She ,
shequlnierp., deed. are requested to make immed—
iate paynient,and all persons haring claims against
said estate Mast present them duly authenticated
for settletnent. G. S. LAWRENCE,
May, te-ew. Amluistrater. „
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. •
Notice is hereby given that all persons In= •
dented to the estatoot Jeremiah illaeltman; late of
Monroe township, decd, are twinkled to make
immediate payment, and all persons having claims
against said estate must present them duly anitiets•
nested sot settlement. B. B. ItOLLETT
Administrator, with will annexed.
Monroeton, Pa, April 11, ISIS.. .
M i EDICAL ELECTRICITY 1
- ltßs. W. ii, COVERDALX,
In her practice In this borough during the :put
year. has effected many wonderful, cures. Ater in- ,
crew(' knowledge makes' her folly competent to
treat nearly all diseases Incident to our race. spe
cial attention is given to purely female complaints. -
All kinds of Fever, Appo_plery, Inflammation of
the Eyes. Quinsy. &imp, Pneumonia, Pleurisy, In. .
firmntatlon 44 the Liver, Innintrastory Rttsumn•
tism, .Amansta. beatnens,• Aphonis, brsperir. '
Diabetes. Dropsy. Chronic Rheumatism. St. 't Das
Dance, Epilepsy, Maher, Neuralgia, Fever Sore,
Cancer, Catarrh, Cur ratnre of the Spine. Astims.
Bright's Macao° of the Kldneysiand other diseases
ton emiterous to mention. •
Charges moderate . Terms cub. 'Residence on
Poplar st t , west of Western Avenue, where' dta
may be found at all hours. May 2.
Bp . ONBA111.1:& , SON - ,
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, SUITS, ac..
201 East Water Street.
ELMIRA, N. Y.
The Cheapest and Beat Piave in the City
Are to Buy!, .
bong for Cash, and prieei are goarantled to "
be as low as the lowest.
EV Y DEPARTMENT
IS. KEPT SUP I lED WITH TUE IkaTE.ST
.. 'CELTICS. -
. . .
. . . :
. We elalakto do the • .
MIST EXTENSIVE MICINitRY BUSINESS .
And parties deldrlni anything 111 that Kee will End
It to then. Interest to call and ace tis.
Aswe coidoet no fancy establlebm nt, oar prlees
aro 'Sways plain and moderate~
Tho trade wspplled at the lowest wb le M
oe& Special IndtxOementa to Cash
251 lASP IWATIM-111'....:
Itatbliso Howse Mai.
D 943 target the pwsie-T.
Ehntra, May* MIL