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11.47;;L15, LOCAL 1110110111.
Towanda, Pa., April 28, 1881.
piTTJULDIN THE POtiTOFFICE AT TOWAIMA
AI X&IL MATTZR OF SIM SECOND CLAM.
-LOCAL .AND GENERAL.
The expiration of stsbuription is print.
el os the colored label. By , noticing the
lots wry subscriber can tell when his
pope:wilt be stopped uniesi the subscrip
tion is mere.
Dacoaavon Day next
Mum water in the river.
GARDEIMie has commenced in earnest
' Wurratonday' . falls this year upon .the
nth of June.
TRF. Rerieie itikued a double sheet of
:71a turday last. -
GEORGE Fox has been appointed post
master at Durell.
SOME beautiful spring weather during
the past two weeks.
1881 is passing away swiftly. Four
months almost gone.
A NEN Job Printing of ice has recently
been ftarted in Troy.
Sirry Italian laborers commenced work
near Wellsburg TlinradaT. t , •
lioN. J. G. PATTON' 18 baS44g bis Main
street Block piped for witer:""
THE May term of -our' Colinty Courts
will_comnaenoe on Mondny next.
Uit•ntnkui A. of a fatal type, is again
aging In Jackson, Tioga County.
.TROY is to have anther ! Jewelry Store
It will be located on Canton street.
SEVERAL letters from correspondents
are unavoidably crowded out of this issue.
SEVENTY thousand feet of lumber is
shipped from Grover, this county, every
vors“ lawyer of this vicinity .com
plains that he has more tribulations than
Tan article entitled " 71rue Purity."
will appear in the RIPORTILR of next
TUESDAY was the 62d anniversary of
the founding of Odd Fellowship in this
ATHENS has a new Grocery stare.
4 1 1 tricktirsa, Jr., lite of Owego„ is the
PREPARATIONS art alresity being made
for holding a Fourth of July eelebrairon
it:trtx Moiti.EY his just completed, at
lreen's Landing, one of the best tobacco
sheds in this section. -
QUITE a number of persons in the •vi
ciuity of Green's Landing .are, suffering
from attacks . of .
THE Chemung County. Agricultural
Society will hold a Floral Fair at Elmira
on the tat and 2nd of July.
T. (P. FuosT has the flagging on the
ground to finish laying the walk in front
of his residency on Main street.
THE School Directors of Wyalusing
have purchased the Academy building, in
that village, for the sum of $1,250.
ALPHEUS DECKRIL, of Sm i ithfield, re
centlysold his pair of sorrel colts to a
gentlotnan of Wilkss-Barre for $4OO.
It. M.Wat.LEsbas a new advertisement
in this issue, which will undoubtedly
prove interesting to our farmer friends,
THE boxes of garden seeds at the vari
ous stores are being looked through and
carefully noted by the amateur gardener.
THE Athens Gazette says there will be
no Hall in the new bank building in that
place. More bkisted hopes for the Athe-
WnEmit are those April showers the al
manacs brag about? One would come
handy jug, now in laying the dust on the
streets. - - •
AFTER the First of July next, Sugar
kl / 4 Run is to have 'a_ mail to: and from', the
milmad station twice earl day, Sunday
THE Towanda' Musical Society will
meet this, Thursday. April 28th. at the
residence of the Hon. Josatit Powri.t.
Iteale B major.
lit - WANG brush is now in order. While
yottare about it, you might as well throw
in yOur old gum shoes and your political
'documents of the late campaign.
THE Troy Garette says that Moszs Gus-
Trx goes this week to Pisgah to remain
for the summer, and will have the tower
open for visitors by the Ist of May.
Cnunnt,of the Ideisiah (Universalist),
Rev. WILLIAM TAYLOR, Pastor. At 101
• m , " ChuS.ek Work- and its Needs."
p. " 7'he Problem of
I)rrrry State Superintendent LINDSAi
has issued a formal denial that Superin:
tendentlt•llEE proposes to revoke the
permanent eertiticate4held by teachers.
W. B. Douuz is putting down a sub
stantial stone walk in front of the prem
ises he recently purchased on William
street, immediately south-of his residence.
ls the year 1900%Pebruary will have
but twenty-eight ihiya, although a leap
year. This phenomenon occurs but once
in 200 years, and always in the odd hun
i 4 rumored that I•lontrose is . to . htree
another paper. will be-run in the in
terest of the Greenback_ party for the
counties of Susquelanrui, 'Bradford, and
Wyoming. - ,
tv treating should in
, : become illegal i
this State,.what would be - Come of those
patient waiters about the bars, wbo de
pend on some one dropping in to "set
m up :"
THAT wuich troubleth the mind of the
-Small boy most in this villakte at present,
is why none of the unmeronspgre . atest
shows on earth" are not- traveling To-
rllot•scxzwrittts who do' not wish to re
o‘e their—carpets for house cleaning
may effectually destroy the moths by lei
ing over the infested places in the carpet
a wet cloth, and drying it with a hot-iron.
• i'utoitine of lime, pieced in saucers
and sL•t around the house, - is the best dis
infectant known, ai.d this is the right
season of .the year to lIFe it. Be anre and
I%a'-e is out of the reacb'of the children.
Is the mit of Jourc J. PAULEN of Wa
verly; against the United States Express .
Company for :injuries • received at the'
Owego depot shout a year ago, the jury
remtered a verdict of $O5O.
WE direct special attention to the new
advertisement of the 99 Cent Store in an
other column. Those in need of the arti
cles mentioned therein, can do no better
than give Mr: Witmcs a call. .
AND now :we bear it rumored, that a
brick block is to go lip, on the corner
knownfla as the " Wrob:". - -2Athens Ga
tette, Rumors are cheap things, but brick
blocks cost more or leis filthy lucre, Hu -
BY a fall of slate in the Barclay mines,
on Thuradiy.last, DANIEL. REin, one of
the oldest and ‘ most respected miners of
- Barclay was killed. lie leaves a wife
and seven children to mourn his .sudden
FARMERS ought to be careful of whom
they buy fruit trees, as the country is in
fested with swindlers selling spurious yet
i-lefties. No purchasei should be made of
any individual not personally known and
Twos. B. Pnoczon,
„a wealthy leather
merchant of Boston, has purchased ~,the
interest of the other stockholders in the
Greenwood tannery, situated about six
miles south of.this place, and is now sole
THE Towanda Library, over EVANS*
HIL•DRETH'd store, is open from ten to
twel4, Tuesday and Saturday: - Yearly
snbseriptions $2.00. Any one may draw
a book from the library on
. the payment
of ten cent?.
Tux formal dedication of the udd•Fel
lows' Temple, at Elmira, is to take place
on June 16th, next. Grand Master CORN
and other Graud.ofticers of the or
der, of New York, will be present, and
conduct the exercises. • • • . •
ELIZABETH SCR' V S, of Evergreen,
has recently received from the GoVern
ment, back pension money amounting. to
.1,900, and an alloWance of AR per month:
A son, on whim] she tilts dependent for
support, was killed in the army.
THE Sixth lecture in the Institute
course will he given by the Hey. CHAS.
H. IyRIOHT, in the Institute Chapel, on
Tuesday evening, May $, commencing at
8 o'clock. Subject, '.CHARLES Susts:
No admission claarffed. AI are itwifed:
WITH at least tali huildred and twenty
:millions of feet of logs in the boom, and
more Coming; the prospect is flattering
-for a busy and profitable. season over iu
the city of Williamsport: dt leasti' that
is the way the Brlietin scents' to % . •iew it.
A Torso woman, about 17 years of age,
by the name of A. SOPHIA SelfAvEn, in
the employ Of R. ;E. FAsswouTn, of
Wellsbbro, cOmmitted suicide on Sdnday
evening . last by drowning. herself in. a cis-'
tern. No cause is known for the rash
Tm Nthens (hizetti says that- some of
the sidewalks in that. vkege are in such
bad condition that. it is a dangelmis
dertaking to perambitlate thjin by 'day
light. Athens is not the only town along
the Susquehanna that has dangerous side--
• THE prevalence_of small-pox in Berks
County and other portions of the State,
should suggest the'iteed for - .:ouble vigi
lance just HOW with regard to sanitary
mattels. That rare, old maxim, . " fore
warned is forearmed,_" will hold good in
a%atie of this kind. • -
IVF„learn from - an' exchange that the
Lehigh Valley Railroad Company is pre
paring to experiment with electricity, As
a substitute for gas, in lighting the cars
on all throngh trains. 'General Pascenger
Agent Brmyros has eoultdenee in the
success of the -experhneht.
JOAN STREET plead guilty to a charge
of assault and battery, Preferred against
him by Mrs. ANNA .l ESTER, on Friday
last, and Justice Commit; informed 7 1011 N
thht it—would .require i,. with costs:ex
tra, to settle the affair. Plaintiff and de
fendant were of AfriCan descent.
Nid a little excitement was . ktcoasioinsil
at Sayre on -Saturday. last by a trial ,of
:peed between. WILL DE I.liOZl D and'
CHARLIE. SCOTT. The distance run W34i
100 yards, and DES : MOND wou. A large
crowd witnessed the race, and it is ru-,
mored considerable miDney changed han.ls
ou the leault.
...WnAT has become of all the people
Who were running wild over town in
search of houses previous to the tirSt of
April? It was thb general opinion that
the demaid for houses far exceeded the
supply, yet from=all appearanee_s ,every
body has secured athouse, and the world
moves as usual. : •
TnE Ameriean, WHARTON BARKER'S
literary weekly published. at Philadel
phis,.offsins prizes amounting to $1,500
for poems and essays by college !students
and . graduates. _ Here . is a chance for
those who have been priding themselves
on how they could run a• newspaper, to
WE learn from the Athens- Cinzet that
OtuN CL '
AFFLIN an emPloye at th'e NW-
:lelty Furniture Works in that villageAgd
his right hand badly injured Wedneiday
afternoonll last week, by being drawn
in up to the wrist between the feed -roll
ers of a planer, Which were set only three
eighths of an inch apart at the time.
NOTICE, two flays ahestirl,'of what. sort
of weather we are likely to have is cer
tainly.a great convenience, and at limes,
may be of considerable value Imaides.
For these reasons the new essay of the
Signal Office to make its bulletins cover
two days in the future, instead of one as
lieretqore, is a subject of, wide interest.
Tai: Canton Sentinel wants the mem
bers tif Company , I, 12th Regiment, of
that iClace,.to compete for the prizes, 1-
fered.Ethe best roarlamertof the Regiment.
Om advice to the " tioys "
Foy shooting at a matte' all tho snm
tner,.filleth no coal bins, liooth no corn,
and tendeth to no .business that is profita
A nANor:not:s counterfeit of the stand
ard Mier dollar has made its appearance.
They have the ring of the gennine
the milling is perfect., and there is an Ofk : .
semi of that greasy .substance Which is
found by running the Thumb over ihti
general run . of base coins. They are, how
ever, too light and a trifle thicker than
the genuine. •
THE Lad: iei;Of the Church of the Messi
ah (Universalist), will hold a sociable. at
the parlors of the Church, on Tuesday ev
ening, May 3d. A special feature in this
entertainment will be a drill by the
Red, White and Blue Broom Brigade,
comprised entirely of young ladies. Re
freshMents will also be served, conimenc
ing at five O'clock. All are invited to at.
Sam a eorreirradent of the Review :
"Ow4rg to the 'tummy snows, we learn
that there was considerkble suffering 'en
Armenia during the past winter. The
roads'were so drifted dist they could not
haul wood to town, rind they were thus
deprived of their - -usual means of liveli
AND now the editor of the Argus and
the editor of the Leßaysville Advertiser
hive arrived at a misunderstanding.
Why cannot our editorial friends settle
their little differences without calling ono
another bard names? The references to
the editor of the ,Argus, in last. week's
Advertiser, while lacking politeness, were
_opinion, officially expressed,
of a New York. justice that there is a cer
tain sociability in collaring an umbrella
at the house Of a friend, but that the
same thing done at a theatre is quite an
other matter, and au actionable °Once.
Well, there's nothing like encouraging
sociability, but we are. glad
_to' litre the
line drawn stunewhere. •
• A LITTLE boy, aged about live ycars, a
son of JACOB L. 11 , ALL, of Litchfield, Alas
terribly and probably fatally burned on
the 22d instant, by his
.fire from burning' pitch which some child
ren bad pit on the . stove at the Louse of
his uncle, iu -that, town. Thc . -flesh was
liteially cooked from the knees up as far
as the pit of the. stomach. • . •
SAYS the /?evictr "0. BALDWIN,
Esq., of the S. L. &S. it. .Co., is the
fortunate owner - of an Alderney heifer
with a calf by 14r side.. Though petite;
the little cow is handsOmejas a picture
and good bolts are not her (tli media,
as she give* a bountiful supply or rich
We congratulate Mr. B. on his
good fWittrite in TroascsSing so valuable an
Tow.%:spa borough, that -has been
ealled.upon for' several years past to sup
'port, On an average, about tWenty pau
pers, could only muster upfo mrto send
to the Poor 11Odse, *hen the day for
their removal: thereto— Wednesday, of
last Week—cane around, and what is
here said of our own town, 'was the ex
perience of, a large• number of the towns
of the county. -
Tut: Cashier of the First National
Bank of this place: was attacked, while
riding out last Sunday afternoon, by
three persons. IThey stopped the wagon,
lifted Clin . m.fu out and gave him a thor
ough overhauling, and finding. uo money
or,valuable•treasure except his wateb,.al.
lowed him to continue his jOurney.--Ath
ens. Gazette. .Amt they didn't take. the
watoli . Eh, fifxrox . ? •
Svnisti time with all its gentle joys and
birds and beesond sluing honae-cleaning
has conic at -6st—to stay We . . hr,pe. . It
has been a fickle spring , and the buds
, Were blossoming forth, when "Old Bore--
as," with . cold accompaniments, cattle
and nipped gentle spring in the bud
Then came a Wail, of the..destreied
poa% crop, and ruined pot plants. lint
-we gay we hope all this is over, to return
no more this year. • . . -
Tluttit will be a select hop iu Meaner
Hall, tO r norrow, Friday, evening, April
Proceeds to be-used iu.fitting
out' a gyifinasium: Vekets -50 . cents, fk
sale at FiTru's Codectinnery titbre,
• - riqnittee , .ITrahgenieofs
WARDEI t y.; Fi u BROWN, , 11. ['Almon',
F. 1/kiE(;.. ,
J(uor Conitnatte—E. 1; 7 C.
FIPSIIIF., A. H. DEAN, C. M. Bri-Ti*G-
Twig FIVE thousand liennebcck
Salmon were placed in the river, near the
mouth 'of Towanda ('reek, on Thursday,
by SET! 1Y EfiS, of the State Fish Hitch
[cry. The fish were very small, being
I only about one month old. Engineer
ST E.%1/1 A N placed several thousand of the
same kind of fish, of about the same age
and size, in the river opposite this ,yillage
several year.: agO, and .they have, never
; been seen Or heard of Since.
.Tut: following is respectfully refurred
to the editors of the Artlo and Canton,
"Shesat- on a - stamp in the
shade of the twilight, resting her chin on
her deep,dimpled latnis, and musing all
alone between -darkness and starkht,
she dreamed of pure gold in the far dis
tant lands. The whipporwill sang to the
tune of the night, wind, the tall . grasses
waved adown the green glen ; a voice low
and plaintive broke on the, deep 'silence,
"Pap has struck oil behind,the pig-pen."
WE, learn that,Mr. YouNG, of Le:
ima, was dangerously injured on Thurs
day last. Mr. YOUNO and one of his sons
were returning . home from. Troy on
Thursday afternoon when a runaway
train, attached to a lumber wagon, over
took them and- the phaeton which they
oecMpial Was . totally wrecked: The pole
of the wagon struck Mr.. - You:6; in _the
back, breaking two of his fibs and other
wise seriously injuring MM. We regret
to learn-that he now lies iri'a critical con
AS'Shi IfAEI. BURKE,• of Asylum, atm
JAMES BARNER were riding.::',up Main
street on Monday morning last; BURKE,
at the corner of Pine street, reined the
team around so:short as to upset' the wa
gon. iloth_men were thrown to the
ground, and - 13i - mit, who was intoxicat 7
ed,, narrowly escaped bbing injured', by
the frightened' horses treading on him.
BAit'sEit held to the lines and - prevented
the team from getting i s may until assist
ance arrived. BURKE escaped With a few
Trier have, a niee=state of affairs in Sim
quehanna County::: The Susquehanna
Gazette is authority for the statement
that physicians of that county -liar so of
ten of late been sued for damages and
prosecuted criminally for malpractice
that their patience is exhausted and they
now propose to protect themselves in a
measure by - raising Their prices for at
tendance. They also biro lose; to require
the giving_ of bonds to 6curo theM
against prosecution before they will un
dertake sargical cases.
Tnv coming' conclave of the Grand
COmmandery of Knights Templar in.
Scran - ton the latter' .V•art of next month
will ho the Masoiiic event of the year so'
farastPennsylvanis is concerned, and al-'
ready the fraternity-is preparing for the
occasion throughout.' the State. . The
Scranton Sir Knights are making all due
preparations for the proper reception of
such a large and distinguished body of
guests, aniltherois no doubt the affair
will be creditable alike do the -local coni
:manderies and tothe city.
A Mits. GROOM, livingitbont twomiles
'from East Smithfield, wa very severely
burned on Mouday bad a very
narrow "escape from a Lfrightful death.
Her husband is at work in a shingle mill,
1 an i.to please her children slat was en
gaged-in boiling . pine turpentine, or pitch,
to make some chewing gum. The dish
[in which the pitch was boiling caught fire
and she somewhat frightened; ran with it
to the door to throw it out. .When . a few
feet flamkthe threshold, the botthm of the '
dish, affected by tholusat fell out, scatter =,
ing the burning liquid over Mrs. GROOM'S
dress, setting her clothes in flames , in
stantly. With' groat presence of mind
ihe ran to a barrel of rniu•water, and
jumped into that; her little ; daughter
pJuring a pail of \ water on her blazing
dress. • Mrs. Gnooat then bailed water
with her hands, and put oat the fire on
the floor. liar. and • some other,
portions of her person were terribly burn.
WE:take the. following ie reference to
some formei residents of this place, froni,
the Cawker City . ..Free Pricy br a recent
" Monday evening Mrs. Nancy Enr-
Mons Made , complaiut . before Justice
Riley, against her husband, TheorloVe
Emulous; reciting that he had used undue
Violence, and threatened her life. 11•!C
case came up for trial before Justice
Riley. County Attorney Ellis•for plaintiff
anctr. J. Kelly for the. defense. The in
fluence of . the testimony on the Justice
led him to bind Mr. Emmons in the sum
of three. hundred .dollars to keep the
peace. The boy Joe, a son of Mr. an
Mrs. Emmons was included in the 'coin
plaint, but wa's dismissed.
SiVERAL members froth ; each of
thee lire companies,_ under the direc
tion 'tot - Chief Engineer
made a test ,of the supply and force
of water at several of fle e hydrants on
Main street., on Thursday—afternoon last.
We have not yet learned the opinion oft:
th 4 Chief Engineer as ti the test, made,
but judging front the six streams—two
-from the corner of State and Main, two
front the corner of Pat k and :Main and
two-front Owner Pine and Main—thrown
at the sante time, we should judge there
Ivas. ample protection - against lire any
4bere in the central gait of the village
along Main street.
. THE residence of CuAtit,Es T., McKtx
li EY; on . , Third street, between Chestnut
and lip - sien streets, with a portion of its
Coutonts, - wA destroyed by fire on Friday
morning last at about 4 o'clock. The tire
is supposed to have been caused by the
bursting of a 'lamp. The alarto \Vas uot
given down town -for Some time, and it
was nearly an hour before the Met pen
arrived on the ground, toolate to preV :lit
the destruction of the building, but w ith
water taken froM the •lbydraut:at the or
ner of Huston street. and York aye' ne,
the -adjoining buildings were . prote ted
front the flames. We- learn the loss is
nearly covered by insurance: I '
w in token, of respect wai.•
unanimously adopted by 'Bradford Lodgl
No. 167, I. 0. 0. F.; April 18, 1881 :
Wn En EA $3, By the' death. .of Brother
harry K. Smith, this Lodge has Call So to
mourn the loss of 'one of ,its young and
active members, who practically cxenfpli
tied during his life " Friendship, Love
and Tenth'' by his kind and friendly in
tercourse with all, his atteetionate devo
tion to friends and Brothers, and his con ,
selentious; upright walk through life,—
Resolved, That the members of this
Lodge extend their sympathies to 'the
bereaved relatives and friends of the
ceased Brother, and that the charter Of
Late:Lodge be draped in mourning for the
petied of thirty days.
.1. N. WILT, -
.1..1. SP.?.i I,iNu. Cam:
THE first Base Ball game of
took place on Saturday last between the
Stars and The Printers. ' The 'score 'was,
nn•astoiaishar, as was much of the play
ing—especially by the Printek The
game wak.Played en Means' Field, and
was "edited just after 'dinner: The
last inning was played in the shades. of
f:veniiig: The total score
, was - ,70
The, havine 3 ) of :them,. and the
Printras No,ininey changed hands
on the/result: Them are .to be other
games betasieen the same eontestants, to
witness Mitch it will cost nothing but
time, and the general public is cordially
invited to be present. Time and place
Will be hereafter announced.
• tthltssv green lawns and fields will crc
1.11147; beckon children to go out and roll
on their verdure,' and catch sails
which they will not recover sunnner"; .
rank wheattields premisc immeasurably
large crops, but which will !letter lie real-
No,- there is' no season like spring
the season - of garticii-makhrg, house
cleaning, and other joys we know_ not of .
at -present. All hail, to 'gentle joyous
spring. nvitli its buds, blossoms and gui-
Ile, balmy breezes,- and its promise of
sumniet with its bugS of ten thousand va
rieties, large and small,-and soft; downy
caterpillars, that crawl about One's neck
and 'face with-a familiarity born of that
season only. Hail,. gentle spring ! ,
" 1 1 11 "-•---1.
THE meeting to further the building of
the .Bradford Railroad, held at the Court
House on Wednesday of last week, was
not largely attended, but those present I
seemed to have a deep interest in the 1
road, and to feel a perfect,confidencethat
l it abuld be built at-no distant day. That
the road is,' or will be an impcirtant link
in'the chain of railroads leading froM the
East to the West, there - can be do doubt,
sborteriling, as it does, the distance by rail
betweeli Boston and St. Louis more thaw
sixty miles. The meeting' was addressed
by Preriident 31snriEN, B. S. • PESTLE;
Esq., F. .111E)oss, and - others, after
which JAMES MACFARLANE, Esq., Col. ;1..
F. 31 . t.:.kz:s, lion. Jos. "PewELL, Judge
BENTL.EY. N. N. Ilmrs arid „President
MADDEN were constituted a committee to;
being the enterprise 20 the attention of
railroad metiand capitalists. .
THE Convention to elect a Catinty S
perintendent of schools in place of Pro"
fessor (who -will undoubtedly
be his OWn . successor), who has- the
place -So acceptably fOr the Past term,'
will meet' in the Court Mollie on the •:hi
Of May. The law creating - the office an 7-•
therizes the School Directors of the vad
one disiticts to meet at the county seat
'and elect the Superintendent, and fix the
amount of his salary. There is' nothing'
in the law - to compel a. Director to attend,
and no compensation is allowed for his
time or his services as a director. It is,
therefore, optional with him as to whbth
er he attends or not, yet every director
should feel it a duty to be present. The
office c! County Superintendent, is one
that,:in•vieW of its relation to the. cause
of education, should erigage the attention
and excite the active interest Of every cit
izen. And. because. of this no director
should fail to attend this conveutioniand
thus show publicly and. openly that., the
trust placed in his ,charge, ; although not
of profit, is one which he fully appfeci
• dIrST Rim, and a member of his band,
had quite 'A lively set-to on Main street,
in:front of CH.% Nt ItEn LI S, on Thursday
Afternoon. The difficulty grew out of a
hOrse . trade,and from both beiug comfor
tably full of tangle foot and lOose
tongue." From words they came to
blows, and both-fell out of the wagon iu
which they were seated, on to the 'o 7 yeoff
pavement, Where fin a few minutes they
scratched, pounded and gquged ,each , other
in a lively style. Officer Mor!tr,- assisted
by D...(7l3liMirOeparateri the hellig7
Crean, and 'placed them look;dp,
where: they were kept for - afi !lane or two
and then taken ketare- 'Justine ponnnco,.
where they made a , small deposit;for the
benefit of .the :fiereugh-tnsitsury. Early
in the-evening `Josh, again attacked the
man, *hereupon Abe. young man
swore out a wartant . against his chief and
the atoiki Ring" languished in a "dun
geon cell " of "Fort Dean " until Friday
:morning, when le, had .another hearingg,.
again contributed a small sum to the' Bor
ough treasury, a n d Went big way, a
'soberer man, at least, if not a wiser "one.
•Tith growth of Towanda and-, its busi
ness, is very Marked. A. new peanut
stand has been erected on. Main street. —.
Waverly Advocate: Precisely._ And yet
with all her prosPerity Towanda remern
bets with regretfulness that her sister vil
lage of Waverly is not enjoying' such
growth and bUsiness prosperity. But
"why should :the . of mortal be
. proud ?" . 8,.;--Since the above was in
type we, learn that repair were made'. to
\ the "coal pockets " at averly one - day
last week, that ',necessitated tl'e using of
thirteen feet of hemlock lumber, and an
expenditure 'of SO cents in money. It is be
lieVed 'that. the -money centres of the . coun- .
. 1r eable to tide over the iintnense
transaction without serious difileulti, and
that no " eorner " will eventuate in I the .
'lumber market. But it was a big day in
the IniFiness of Waverly. . ,
ON Friday evening last Mr. McCO.LY
read tb a small hut select and apprecia
tive audience, in' Mercur llall. IliA two
humorous selections from DICKENS . were
well rendered. The selection from Su ali.F.s
rEA ft r.- 7 -iluarfel. -between llnuTus •and
Catiturs,-was depicted in ti Maimer to seem
most fearfully teal. MARK T N'S VISA
to Niagara Falls was marvellously
`! The Old Man" in the 'Model 'church,"
was so well represented that. it took the
speaker several seconds to throw off the
imaginary mask, and to resume his
ral likeness: - After a " Yarn of the Nan
cy And;" a sailor's story, came the (dim
ing piece, "A Night of Trolibles," by
N/A tr Iti.r.E;Ws wife. The audience - wore
nearly convulied with laughter over. poor
S,NIANTIIA'S troubles. We bolsi Mr.
MeCat.v may. visit Towanda - -again,. as
wo think he has few equals as an elocu ,
tionist. • - • .
. • , e • •
rots several days past Street Commis
sioner Nonniattr has bad a force of men
at work .cleaning out the gutters, and the
winters accumulation Of filtlifrom several
of the streets of our village. The job, so
far, has been well and thoroughly done,
and we hope to sec the good worl d contin
ued until every street and alley. in the
town has been thoroughly cleansed and
eradicated of filth. _Towanda has Always
enjoyed a remarliableAcgree,of_inmunity
froni the. visitation of, oontagious and
epidemic diseases by reason of its geher
al cleanliness and a due regard to Finitary
laws by its people, and to enjoy a like de
sirable state of affairs this summer; due
attention should be given the streets and
alleys, anti Water drains, at regular fre
quent intervals during the warm season,
and no tiltliy accumulations tir stagnant
water allowed to pollute the air with their
noisome and disease-breading stench.
altt Enrron :-1V ill you be kind enough
to privilege me sufficient Space in your
excellent columns to txfider many thanks
to all connected with the socuring for.me
the pteliminary appointment at West
Point, which 1 could not accept on, ac•
count of my age Not knowing what-a
the requisite ,qualificatians:for - admission
to the Academy Were until I received the:
oppointment, I could
.not withdraw niy:
11*f. so alit Effille one else might have
been selected, wholcould have been privi
leged to enter tbel school. sorry
.that, a mistake was made, btit I feel , that
no one is blamable., The appointment
wax. very desirable on my part, but •as I
could not. accept in a conscientious way,
cannot enjoy the excellent privileges, of
fered at West Point, With a .feeling of
lasting obligations, to'friends,Oand that it
pays to be tionestO am
- C. F. IlEvattrj.
Home, April 24, • •
For• quite a number of year past the
anthoritie. -of the State have charged
Bradford county with a certain sum to be
assessed and collected as a Staid . :a.
Three years ago our Commissioners' be:
came satisfied that the assessment was
tea high and illegal in form,.and irr i8:;8-
1).-8.0 the . amount was paid under protest.
Last year proceedings- were compenced
against the Commonwealth : to 'recover
the overpayment of 1918 and. fol . an ad
justment of the claim' for 181 Under
date- of ;April, ,sth, 'Vie' Commissioners
'were athised by the . Auditor-General that
a decision-1 ad been made in favor of our
county, and that the - county, was entitled
to recover the sum of -0,91b.22 from the
State Treasury.- Our Board of emends
: sioners, and their clerk, Wit.- Lliwts,
.4:sq.,ar.e entitled to much praise for their
pi udeneq.and carefulness in . iooking after
the interests of the county.
FOR A HALF' MILLION
The hearing before Judge LINN. Mas
terh and ExaMiner in the case of N. C.
tfAnnis and other:vs. AAA PACKKIet: ex
.ecutors, was; coinmenced' at the Court
"House on Monday afternoon list. The
suit groWs out of the sale of the North
Branch Canal by -the late C. F. WELLES,
jr. to ;fudge PACKER. The sum claimed
to be duo on the contract; with accumuL
lated interest, is over half a million dol t
lays. The amount-recovered, if the ting
ing is for plaintiffs, will have to4e paid
by the Lehigh Valley Itailroild Company.
IL W. PAiItICK Colonel OyEnTos . , \V MI.
rovrx, It, MEncrn niul .1on;i, P. SAN
DERSON are counsel for plainfilfs, -- and
SAMCEL DICKSON, C. D. CAMPUELL, HEN.
„RV STREETER and L. M. HALL tO cd
A qixd,oo BIBLICAL PRIZE
7 3 "
The publishers. of Itufletige*R2 Nonthip
offer the following easy way for;sotne i ne
to make $14.00,: To the person telling us
how many times the - word -"Herod." is
foUnd in the New. Testament Scriptures,
by )olay 10th, IsBl, Will give $lO.OO itt
gold r2s a prize. The money n - 91 be ' for
warded to the -winner May 14, 1H0.41.
Thosewhotry-for the prize • must send
ten cents with their ansWer, for which
they Will receive the June number of the
ifolithly, a • handsome' Magazine 'of ZO.:
paghs, in which will- be published the
name and address of the winner of the
prize, with • the. correct answer thereto.
Address RrrLEnoE Pl ISLIPrrT er. COMPA
NY, Easton, .Pa. . • •
'been Bred in the midst 'or them.
Every eye was flied alternately on
me-and upon the newly arrived agent.
If you are indeed Gustave Berger,'
said Petrokine, who is this ?'
That -I am -Gustave Berger these
credentials will show,' said the
stranger, as be threw a packet upon
tho tgble, • t Who
.that utan. may l e I
know not i but If hn tin; . intniaod
iiimileit...ooo6 04 lutlti inn4tiv•linitiO
J. ANOLS is afflicted with a sore
—Mrs. G. V. 31sEjt• is visiting friends
in Arnot. - - '
..7FRANK ROSKICFIELD - bas returned
..fromTwras. - - a
4 . ; . . .•
—ll Butisn, of Brad(ord , is hki
friends. ‘ ". .
—Rev. CALVIN "I::l4 . nxls, of Litchfield, k
dangerously ill.. • • • ~•
M: L. Ilpois is visiting --friends
in'Washington, ft C. . •
• ;.--Preeident Cl.Annonx, of, the S. L;
'S. Railroad, is in Cown.
1....u5•0x,-of. Canton, has re
moved to Willia nsport. . •
-3lrs. T,. T. ROYSt is , kebov , ering from
—Captain SHAW, of Canton, is able to
be out after an illness of two months.
' =SAMUEL Asylum, is On a
business and ph aiWire trip to the West,
—11i ! .41 ETA STEVENS; of .Beritley
Creek, is visitinv,:friends in Owego, N. Y.
Janitor WATinis, of the Graded
Sehool,.has StiedilinAN BAKER for slan
—M. Id, SPAVM:IING, of Bethlehem,
spent Sunday last with his family in this
place. • •
—Rev. CHAILOCii G. .IpnbrimoN, .of
Litchfield, is suffering (rep an attack' of
pneumonia. - .
—3lrs. l S,TE.teuNo, of bl,eshoPpen, is the
,guest of lier . dalighter, Mrs. C. P. Cuss,
at the Ward house.
—S. C. GAin.otio, of Wye}has
gone to Norwich, Connecticut, to engage
in the insurance business.
—Mrs, Sc D. ScOTT, of Montresie; who
is 83 years of age; reads Testament dai
ly that is seventy yea 4 old.
—The services of tilt Rev. JOHN DAM'
LET have been secured for the present
y,;ar by the Disciple Church at Grover.'
—M. IL LANNINO ? jf Woos:, , who, has
beep confined . to his h iuse by illness near
ly all winter, is able 'te be out of doors.
—Rev. J. S. BEE 4 Rector of Christ
Church, is 'attend,in i g a session of the
Northeastern Convocation -in Honesdale.
—The little son of G. S. EqLII,Y, who
`teas injured by being kicked, by horse
some months since, 'died on Monday
eying. 4 ,
—M. IL SCOTT has removeithis family.
from Oair'Elaven,, N. ,Y., to this place,
aitpo*„oceripieshis i'esidenee near the
College. \ • '
NG, the tiorist, - received
telegram from Meniphis, Tenn., Tuesday
evening, that his brother was dying them.
Mr. I. left for Memphis on Wednesday.
.of the Auburn
Theological Seminary, occupied the pul
pit of•the Presbyieri.. Chuich on Sun
day morning last, preaching • forcible
—lly:GEolti; C 111 ; MElt;' a retired Sur
geois4:llte U. S. Navy, dieil s at Washing
ton, Dl' on the 1-ith 'instant., The de- ,
ceased was an nitcle of lion. E: OVERTON
and %B. JAMES 3fA_CFARitANI-," of this
—M dttughterOf ex
-13 uige l tiii JON Es, of the First ard,' enter
tained about fifty of her young friends bu
Saturday evening at the residence of tier
parents. All 34sent speak nothing but
)raise Of the affair.
W..I%TItICK, Esy. , of To:Wanda,
brothey of 2V:41. PATRICK, of this place,
is in aitenilatiee at Court this week, as
counsel pi. J." G. •Dot.olumagil his' suit
against.;; the Erie Railroad Company.—
.Ifordynie Democriy, iaat week.
-WILLIAM : . W. Dorowo‘S, who has
beentemployed at the Cayuta Wheel
Foundry, Athens townshiP.for the past
eight years as a pattern maker, has re
moved to Jersey City, where be en
gage in business for himself. 'We wish
inn toiccegs in his new, en!erprise.
of Elmira, for
the past twelve years , Special Agent and
Detictive of the Postoffioe Department,
liss'resigned hiS position, and TSOM.V.I M.
Ili.N)ittnttAw,late of theNetv Toil Post
office, hits been appointed iu Lis plaCe.
—Miss Auer: DoNN e. Youngest daugh-,
ter ofd. P. P4wmin, tsq., of Leon; died
Tuesday 'of last week after an illness of
_months. She was' a, highly cul
tured, and estin4le young lady. fthe
was a sister-in-laW of A. S. IIooKEn, edi
tor of the Northern iTier Gazette, Troy.
—The fallowing named gentlemen were
elected vestrymen of, Trinity Episcopal
Church, Athens,. at the election,•held on
the 18th instant :C. Matinte;
C. W, LEONARD,HORERT JOT,-
LEY,: GEORGE E. Davis, N. C, HARRIS,
JOHN P. F. T. Paom, JOHN, DA-
VtEi. . •
—Says the Owego. Record of-laet.week :
Miss LAURA A.PRINCE, of WefOr War-i
ten, Pa:, has beeit'spending about • seven
weeks in New York visiting her sister,
Mrs. ELLswoUrit, and her friend, Mrs.
R. linuct.; Il.94lt,Aogether with other
friends, retutning home on Frithvof last
—The marriage of F. A. FRASIER, of
andNiss DORA GONZALES, took
place at thelionfeof the bride's parents,
Rid gebu ry, NiTednes•lay ' afternoon, -April
20, ISBI, at;:three o'clock. The company
was small, consisting oftke - family and a
few of the.tnost intimate friends. -The
marriage . cerenlony was performedby
Rev. I'.. S. tvy.uttrr, of WellsbUrg. The
bride received some-beautiful as well as.
H . ._ r D.RAKF., a former well-known
.business Mari of this plaCe, died in Mont
rose on Friday. Mr. DitANE- carried on
the •wagmanaking - business here from
IS2 to 18f7., when he sold -out his busi-,
rums here tb" - BUYANT & STN EN, and re
moved to Montrose„ Where ho engaged in
the mercantile business. with his son-in--
law. Old age and bodily infirmities com-•
polled him to retire from active business
pursuits, and be retired from business in
January was an honorable,
straight-forward business man, and aeon:
.sistent and earnest Christian. Hp Was
about 80 years of age. - • •
wanda young "Knight of the Art Prefer
'Native 'was last Wednesday evening
united in the bonds of holy matrimony to
*Miss Lrcv A. St.oi t i; of this village ; at
the residence of D. C. DzlA:citi; Park'
avenue. Elmira. Towanda, and , Tioga
Centre ,were represented.' Rev. P. S.
11.1.7LBERT, ar:ffitted 14- Rev. G. 11.
%tut' officiated. Pr cents were numer
ous and beautiful. 31r. PiaLEY receives=
the congratulations 4f the printing frater
nity in Waverly and Towanda where Ile'
is known. May their troubles be little.
ones.— liatlerly Apd not many
in - - -
• Pomona Grange, No: -- 23, P. of IT.,.com
posed of Bradford and - Bulliianediuntjes,
will hold its next regular quarterly meet
ing ,at - the hall of Towanda Valley
Grange, . No. 204, at FranklindaliT, on
Thursday, May 12th, 1811, at 1 o'clock
v. . This opening session will be.
and all'are invited to attend. - A general
attendance of Fourth Degree members is
requested, :as business of-importance is to
be transa,-ted, together with the • installa
tion-of Aims foc the ensuing year.
Towandif, April 14, Plf?1. grecretary.
- The Brd qaarterly meeting services wilt
be held n the H. Z. Chursb,. nest Sab
bath as relieve; :
.Love Feast, 6:801. , u. , . -
Seimon, by C. C. IV-filmn, 7:34
Ciimmunion after sermon.
CHAR. li. Weietrr, Pastor.
_accord the weight of. our distill-.
gurshed appic•l!ation to the following com
ments on b,e4A gear," by the Elmira
• Garefts; with the simple prefatory remark
that.tho girls of our village, arrayed in
the "gear " aforesaid, are, all of them, too.
eicrucintiogly lovely for anything—and,
the obiervxtioti might alio truthfully be
extended to• many of the matrons of our
town :,also. • The Gazette editor says.;
" The. lievr:spring Style .in bonnets is just
too sweet for anything. It is made out .
of some kind of stuff,' Sort of delicate in
texture, and of . a rather lightish color,
kind of 'cut away on the sides, and' rolled
beck on the top, and scooped • dut under
'math, and 'trimmed with some ;sort of
ribbon stuff that looks and some
kind of 'other - sorts of material that is
handsome, and it is all fixed on in - that
kind ofivay which looks so much like
something that we can't remember; - "and
the whole effect iti'very exquisite, remind
ing us of a beautiful'. souiething or other
whine name we can't just at present call
to Mind." ' •
A GRANTYSOLDIERS' REUNION..
Soldiersrof the late war residiug the
counties of Lycoming, Centre, Potter,
Tioga and Bradford, are requested- to
send 'delegates.-;-one or two from each
organization—to meet at the Court. house
ii Wellshoro,,,at •l o'clock y, m., :Mai
30th, 13 . 81, .to
ment's for, a gel
the counties nl
then to•be flu
make necessary arrange
neral reunion of hOldiets of
. 0. time and place
Col. At.' If.
' Ist Rifles, Chairman. "
Capt. Wm. CtiAsE,
• 45th Pa. Vet.
31aj.G. W. 31Ertitich,
t;tlt Pa. Refteryes.
Capt. A. B. TlonT6x,
Geri;. R. C. Cox,- -
'' • .." 20-7th Pa. Vols
• 7t.11 - Pa, Cavalry
1). 11. BELCLIF:It,
45th Pa. Vols
is issued in pursuance of
dopted, a; a meeting of the
le Vith Pa. Vet.• Vols, held
ast, when the above-named
appoints - d a committee. to
nary action by calling stich
soldiers of t i ,
in January k
- sons we e
In pursuance of a cal* the Burgess a'. l
special session of the Council was • held li
Wednesday evening, April 20t", 1? 4 61.
Metplicielpiesent—W. 0. Alger, Bur
gess: Councilmen Frost, Gordon, Hol
comb, McCabe, i nahm and Spalding.
Burgess Algei, in stating, the object of 2
the meeting, said that Mr. Itundell had
commenced the erection of a wooden
stincture south of his Pine() of huainess
on Pine street and his attention being'
called to fit, ho had issued ''notice to Mr.
Itu dell to discontinue the work,f and re
move the, materials from the premises,
that he was not only violating the law in
relation to the erection of wooden build•-
ings, b,nt -that the borough owned the .
land. Mr; - Minden desiring to 'lay the
matter before the Conned, this =meeing
was called toraflonl,hini the opportunity.
Rundell stated his ease, and asked
for permilsicht to ereet a small building
for . a cooler, which he Could remove next
fall.' Mrs. Maddee and several oth
er citizens ajected, on the ground that it
would be in injut ions to their bbsinesS.
`Mr. Holcomb said ho was,oPposed to
any fuither encroaefinients on the proper
ty of the borough, 'and should favor the
enforcement of the ordinances, he thought
it surprising that the 01)110 ': - Should be
.asked to sanction the violation of the
Borough or nancesi in , individual cares.
Mr; Gordon said that in order to bring_l
the petition of Mr. Rundell properly be
fore the Council ho would . move that a,,,
lease be. drawn. renting the ground to
Mr. R., with, permission to erect a brick'
cooler of the hoiglith.of the coal box ad
joining, the said brick cooler • to be re
moved next fall.
.Mr. McCabe said • there "had been a'
steady encroachment on some • of the
streets of the Borough until several of
them lniie been reduced to a miserable
alley referring tiqine street, Mr. Mc-
Cabe said the lawfiil width as appeared ,
on the old survey was 49 feet, and it re'-
nrained open that' width where - no en
croachments had been:. made. Mr. Mc-
Cabe continued his remarks at some length
stating that while former Councils did
not feel dispoiedto'ejeet .the trespassers,
they h i ld Always intended that in case the'
buildings were destroyed by .fire or other- .
wise, in rebuilding they would be. held
strictly to the original line of the: street,
Mr. Holcomb moved to: substitute for
Mr. Gordon's motion the following: .
'!that the COOncil approve and sustain
the aetion l of the Bilrgess' in forbidding
the erectirin of the contemplated building
by Mr. Rtindell." •
The yeas and s were. called on, the
. Resulting as. follows : Yeas—Holcopib,
McCabe, - Rainy, '
Nais--Frost, Gordon, f4paltling, :;.
There being alie the Burgess voted yea,
and the substitute was carried.
Mr.'oordon theiriaved that the fence,
coal boxes and other debriS be removed
from-the north side of Pine street, leav
ing the stairs standing for the preent.
Carried by the follovfingvote
- 'Vo l es—Prost, Gordon, Holcomb, Mo.
Cabd, ltahm ; Spalding,
J. KINOS.BURY, Secretary
1 NORTH WINDHAM ITEMS
As We notice but little in your pape
ecniomiling this place, we thought it wool(
be well to inform you of its doings.
_Scarlet* --- ver is raging throughout the
neighboring vicinity, 'there are no dan
gerous cases, we believe, except a - little
son:of D. Osborne's, who. c recovery is
The 'pinging school taught by C. B. Ti
taifid—WiTelaron-spended at the Okborike'
church, for a time and u.ill end this week
at Johnson school house.
There was a party at Fred C'ixtlin's a
short time ago. Friends from Catlin 14i11.
,Windham Summit and tr'sborne Hill made
up the company. 'One of the 'pleasing
features of the 'evening, was some "tally,"
prepared by one of the party. We felt
like. shouting '''Eureltg," as it wai the
most . perfect taffy that we ever remember
tasting. All. bad a good tiuie, and, at
about 4 o'clock a. 111., the party broltp
Ou Thursday 'owning - oPlust Reek,
about :%ixty peiions. friend!, of -Mr.-and
1881 SPI11:6 OPENI
CARPETS AND Will
POWELL & CO.
Arc► now - receiving their Spring
COllsi4tillg of ...liod:s 13rits,s0s,
13rrsels, 3-11 y Extra Super,. Super, Ingrain,
.Rag, Hemp, &C.,
sold at inueli less than last year's price:.
O'er Mort , showW.
the new DECORATIONS..
Mrs. Lutes Johnhun visited them for 'a
surprise party. On acic-Junt of the, lead
era not understanding the ways of sur
prise parties; hero' was some . delay 4bout
OUpper,. but others took charge of the'
Party. The oysters . arrived and'all went
merry as a marriage bell. Among the
• pleasing entertainments ~of the evening
was some linely_executed musk!, upon the
by.3iiss Jessie Everitt, Of Nichols,
and others. young and old cuibycci
theMselves hugely. !There are few who.
can entertainguests in a ntore . pleasing
and hospitable niatmer,thau Mr. a'itaxis.
long way they live to ekitly the,many
blessings bestowed upon them:
.. • .
rir.To THE Setioof. I)IItECTORS
BRADFORD Ccir,...m—C•iitlenan: In pursuance
oY tho forty-MIN a!:tlotof the of May, 167.4,
hereby • nutiiled *i . l.rineet in roi.teritipa at
the (*mat House to Towanda, on the first Tuesday
in May. A. U.'lllBl, being Hie third day of the
month, :it I it'eloelt in the afternoon. and .sleet,
r , •ce, bysa majority of _the n hob: nonlb 3 r of
directors present, one person of literw o or.si
tine aopilreincnis, and of skill and expelleltre . fu
the art of teaching: a+ , ContiV . i.uperintentlent for
the three suecet•ding parr , : sad certify the result
to" the , Mate Superintendent at Harrisburg. as re
inired by the thirty-ninth and torileth .ection. of
" • Vt. W. RYAN.
(*.laity Superintetident of Itta4ford County.
fowanda, Aprlll4, 111,1-w3.
V"CONVENIENT OKURN POWERS.
—Have you seen the. Ailf 141a4k ,Trq6l; Endless
Belt ('burn Poorer? itnotyoti have yet to see the
latest, and moat cemrenteat churn-power. A lull
line of rowers to suit any ones means and needs.
Powers'dellvered at any 1L- It. Statinu.
' R. M ET. t.
r 3"" W ANTED !- 7 17111 pay good prices
In 'Ash for any number of colts aired by the Nor. s
man hors' "Cianabetta,!. of 311lan, Pa. lam not
particular in regard lOrage, :corm, or sex. .10b
OrTin. I:awns, Pa. • 'Mitch 3, 1,01, 3ni•
Qs" The Largest, 'Best and _Cheapest
tine of hoe for Ladies', Misses' and Chiblrens'
wear is found at Cons rat's near store; cosuer. Main
and Tray &Noble's Mock. alit4'7s
ItßatovAL.-J. q. ALLTN has iv
moved .hls 'Undertaking' Establishment "ft ! om
Ittlt!Re street to rootrasnm Stain street. over Tun.
sin & GonnOs's Dias Store. and Woootponn &
VAN Ittons's Hoot t Shoe Store. A full line or
rnaeitakeem Goods /mai the Abeapest to the twst.
Jait27,'Bl. - J. S. ALiTti, Agent.
r:ari:coits'Eß has the - heat wearing Shoes
for Nfen,Ror..and Youtbe• wear ever olfcred ib
ToWanda, and at price& within the reach of all.-
ItEmov.tE.—On "awl after April 2i)tb;
Ed. Ibitilllesseana's Jewelry Store will 14rt•move,1
?torn Streeter's new Block to Meanii-flluek, (with
Manville's Music Store) in store formerly oreopled
be Puwell & CO, - • - April 14.3 w.
Or L. B. RODGERS challunges comp°,
mion for quality of goMta and low •Trirea on:Sasti.
Doors. RIM, and:Molding, And a buildlnir ma.
M - GEo: L. - Ittiss sells Groceries awful
CHEAP - because his expenses are very light; and
he Is hound his rinithmers.shall have the ~eneiti,
.ar HURRAH 'L.'itog•:'s New
GroceryStoroin tho 3fontanye Ana get your
t;rocert. - o: trpck biAtnna. • . Jan. '2O.
Mr" 'YOU RUN NO RISK when you
buy your I;r"verles at I:, iorm store in
Hucitanyo Block. . itls PRICES are WAY DOWN_
to rock bottom. •
ms.tore in -KELLrat IVAlt!),
bett.tl , the %sorb! by Loll Priees 6.K1
Having sold my retail Furniture
anti Undertaking Im.ines*, : known as . the ltridge
!inert Fdrulture Sterna r.. 11.• Pierce Iwwitil re
speetruili: reeinntnend thaw. in need of gends In
his ILte to mill en him at the old stand.
I'a!so wish to itiform those ludelite4 to rue that
it Will be uecussary to settle the accounts soon.
Febritary 34, 1831.3 m... • I'. Ilicas:
- 1/9" PROF lON AIL TE.tiTISRANY.-. Many
n: the Lest phy•iciatei lige I totrieit Elixir In Omit.
dally practice became It is the best cough remedy
that can be made. ,
assn rtniOit of BODY
Our sthek of NEW
layger and finer than - Usual; and- to'
. • ,
N(Ericc.—A.s I am compelled to be
ial.,•oot fur a time. I r.oold in fortn ' tny crleuit, an!!
.;ition4 that 'Mr. .la,. I '4%anali will attend. to my
I.; r.f...11 llf.l/ 4 .. /I -
. .I AS. C. IRVISti. '
„Tvivato':a. Pa. Apill 2a. 1!81. liti.
rff - SPRING TOOTH HARROWS,
Tfi,..rttr.ntr v rtrf farmer. I, 11 , 41ied V3IUS . :•!
1111pitt11111...ii.911 late , t advance cultivating Ina:
mcny and rooty
gioolot w,i;cl4.r, um giAra r row fail. NV ill, on any
ground. du !cur time+ at. work or the Nrrnmoil
i;rlT VOW, Y3l? nlir,wr,t, 'Agents-wailtr4
Fut:Slux.—'•Four new-Mileh Cow .
awl ',head; of To;il7, ~t ork. Will he•sohr.-ith..r oqj
'UM, or for cash CHEAP. Er.Tilre of II W.
I. N I yowan!la.
eb* is:,the time to tow Baxter's
Man,lrake liltter4 And prevent Dylpt.ptis,
Less and .lanit , ll&; which are So prtvalent In tho
'prim; mf.riths. 1)0134 cent. a bfigh..-
• lar deury & Johnson's Arnica and
Liniment 1. s family retnely which shunid iteln
every .larntiy., I:seri fm- Cats, Bum., Seatd•.
S.trait,v, de.. It has uo
Lar" It is impossible fctr a woman after
a faltliftli ,riptlrso of treatment with f.) ['IA E.
xititAM's VEGETABLE COMPOUND to
voutintle'to suffer with a weakness of the us,rus.'
Enclosesa stamp to Mrs. LYDIA. E. PtstiLast.
Mre:tern Avenue, Lynn., Vass ., for pai*Miets.
sold, by Dr. H. C. Poorest, Druggist, TMwands,
. . ,
$.10,000 AWARDED —"1 was so
'sick and lowdipirtted that I dhought I would give
anything to get well; and It any one 1-hasl ensured
toe the god health produvil by uting . bitumon's
Liver Regulator. and charged nis a thousand dol
•lare. I would willingly have paid It IfLt-had had it ;
In tart, ten thousand dollars would Mr:worthless to
ine than what It has done for me.
initr34."(,Lit. T. HARRRTT,-Ilacon,
JON Smithfield. 22,1 hilt., of pa ruly , li of
tlielleart. Deacon Israel
SUNINER:—In Smithfield, 2fith lust.. n( typhoW
pneumonia, Mrs..less . e Sutrluer. aged Al yeari.
- c regisf.
A PPLICATION IN DIVOIICE:
LT_ —:TO Anthony Mullen. in the Court of Com
mon Ilea:, of Itr.uttoril Co., No. 52', Dee. Tenn,
You are' her.. 1.- notified that 11. L. Muller.
'Sour wife.' ha. 4 applied to the Curt of Common
pleas of . Itradt,rd County fur a divorce front the
T,sk,in, of metrlinotiT. and_Jbe Feld court has
Mouday, .M.ty 2, ligl, in the Court troupe
at Towanda, for hearing the said p. L. Mullen
to the prrtuke4, at w - hleh time and place 'you
mar attrnd if you think proper. ' • -
PETER J. Dli:Agi Sherllt.
APPLICATION "IN - DIVORCE.
—To Ferdinand 31. 1.. nt. In the Court wf
Comition Pb•as or- Bradford Comity. No. 90„.
c• mtMr Term. tote: You are hereby tootled that
Emilia IL. your wife. has applied to the ('.met of
ilotntnon Pleas of Bradford Count, for a Illvore•
Rota the bonds of matrimony, and the said Court
has 7 appointed . Monday. May ‘..4 ISM, In the
Court 'Molise at Towanda, for hearing the Mid
ifti.lll3 It.au the Precit,,...L. at which time and place
pm may attend If von think pirper. •
' PETE!: Nherift.
A I'PIACATION IN -111VORCF..
—TO Martha QUlnth to tfre • i:ourt of Com- / 7
'mon rlen.: of Bradford comity, No. 11.4. Dereru-/
her Term, ibito. You are hereby uoti nett that - Henr§
your - huliatut, has applied to the t ettrt,of
Conrmon Pl.Jts of Bradford to, fir • dlrtitre from
the h0m1.4 uf matrimony', and the said Cimortiai
Monday. May 2, laity, the ,/'curt
[louse at Towanda, for hearing )he uatil/Ifeor
In Ow premise., at which time mat plate you ran
attend if you think prnprr.
PIETER J. 1) Ir. 4iN, :graft!.
.A.I'I'LIICATION IN DI VC:I'll:I.:.
-:—Ts4,l:llzalwth Farr. In the Court of Com
mon flea... of Bradford County. No. SI. Bei.. Term.
IS*u. you ate hereby tiotllleil that Jame*. your
ha* appflcd to- the f'ourt of Commots
Lica* of Bradford Comity for a divorce from the
livhcb; or oiatrimory.'atol the . salil l'ourlhas ap
pointed Stequlay. ;May 2, In the Co Howie
at TtiVtatala, for hearlog the said Ellzebeth to
the prenilre% at which Mut. acid place you may al.
if you think prolwr:
7.4 w. CET ER J. 1)K N. litietlff.
- PPLICATION. IN DIVORCE.
za.. —To Chas. A. rarey. In the Court of
Common Pleas of Bradford county. No. 316, Dec.
Term. WO. You are hereby' notified that Anna
E., your wife. has . applie4 ttS the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Bradford County for a divorce from
the bonds of titatrtmonrouid said Court hay
appointed' Monday. 'Mile 2, ivel, In the Court
Mouse at. Towanda, for hearing the .aid Anna
E. In the premlsev, at which time and place you
may attend if you think prop*.
7-4 w. PETER J. DEAN, Sheriff.
I IiI I PI,ICA'IION IN DIVORCE.
—To 31;thion rleott;:Oln the Court of cow.
mon_Pleo4 i.t 27—.. ford Couhty. N 0.241. December
Torus, 14:lo. You arc larrehy notified that itooella ,
your wife. ‘ applied to the Court of Comneon
fel,•aga or Kilo ford county for a divorce- from the
b o nd. of matrimony. ami the said Court ha.
appoimml Monday, May 'l. Prti. In the
Coon limi4e o: TOWattd.l4 fur hearing the Bald
Itu,- 1 1.4 in the pretidars. at which "time and pine.
.y., 1.) L, :mew, it yffit tintl Pr" Pe-
I' F.:ii.l: J. DEA N, lihrrift.: