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Towanda, Pa., Oct. 27,1885.
Republican State Ticket.
FOU STATE SfIZASUREA,
GENERAL SILAS 3i. BAILY,
"A man who from his youth up,
has fought the battles of Republican
ism in a region where no hope of
success could add vigor and zeal to
the contest, and with no reward save
the consciousness of having served
7 the cause be loved. A man-who has
'attested his love of liberty and law, •
by service on the field of glory and
•of blood, who won his promotion in
the glom:am Pennsylvania Reserves,
from Captain to Brigadier, by meri
tot-ions service on the field.' A man
who sur=d in the red hell of battle at
Drainsvi'ls, on the Peninsula, at
Game. Mill, Mou•itain, Antie
tam, Fredericksburg and the Wilder
ness, :a - .d who bore witness with his
blood that he loved his country well.
Re bears upon his person the rough
scars left by the cru.el_cannon
and will carry to his grave the evi
•:-,ideriee of his - patriotism and courage.
is able and worthy to lead Repub
licans -to Victory ar, he led his regi-
meta to war. (Speech of Attorney
Genera! Palmer, in Reptaititan State
Republican County Ticke t.
WILLIAM T. MORTON,
Of Terry Township.
.;EORGE W. BLACKMAN,
Of Shesheq* Township.-
FOR REGISTER AND lIECOAPER,
JAMES 11. WEBB, •
or Smithfield Township.
FOR COUNTY TREAURER,
Of. Leßoy Township.
Ivs COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
Of Columbia Townsbip.
• MYRON KINGSLEY,
Of Standinti. Stone Township.
WE. COUNTY AUDITORS,
W. W. MOODY,
Of Rome Township. •
J. T. VESTED,
Of New Albany Boroughs
STATE AND COEN TY ELECTIONS.
Tuesday, November is the •day fur
holding the state and county election this
year. Voters who change their residences
from one election district to another re
quires a residence of - at least sixty dayr
in the,distfct where the citizi n shall offer
to vote., State and county tax must have
bten'i,aid within two years. Every qual
iiiedcitiv!n shou:d vote. That is a dot)
fir the.neglect of which the reason should
be very strong. Without such a reason
the neglect to vote is an unpatriotic refus
al to v.:form a public duty. We hope
eve ry citizen of this county will vote at
the election on November Bth.
READ this address of the State fentra
Committee published on the first page
It contains Some wholesome truths.
As No one questionszthe fitness of Gen
eral BAll.l' for the office of State Treas
urer, why should a Republican refuse to
ca:a, in his favor?
' Volt libel two New Jersey editors were
Sentenced last week to heavy fines and
iniprif-onment in the penitentiary at has]
Libor, one for six and one fur ten months.
THE Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
ueser b,st a dollar by the malfeasance of
a Republican S . .tate.Treasurer or the mis
placement of a deposit by the same officer.
I.l , :r . tlimfull vote of Bradford county be .
polled and tlic Republican ticket will get
a rousing majority.
No GREATER wound could be inflicted
• .n the national Republican administration
than to have New York- and Pennsylvania
cast their votes thiii year in Democratic
RE.I;REfir-NTATIVE WOLFE:B candidacy
.continues to it ceive wore attention from
the De•nocratic press • than that of . Mr.
Just at present, they are de
nouncing Wor.rn as a liar !
GENERAL FRANc•IS A. WALKER, Sup. r
intendeut of the Census, has resigned and
hi resignation liar been accepted by-the
f's'esideth. It is understood that Col. S.
EATON, his chief clerk, will be appointed
to succeed him.
Event - Republican in the county should
resOlve to work from this hour until the
polls close on the Nth of November for
the" election of General Batty and the
while county . ticket. Don't permit one
man on the ticket to be scratched.
THE extraordinary movement in .Con 7
federate bonds stil; continues. One Rich=
mond leinking-house is reported as having
bought over $1.000,000 worth within two
day', and to be s,t ill buying them; and
other dealers ate also doing a lively bus;:-
A GE:NI - Li:um:, who is a friend of Pm
ideut Airrimn and also of General Loso-
TIIIIET, said to a repo?ter Friday"that he
was convinced General Lozins . rnurr would
be a member of the new Cabinet. In his
opinion, he . would have ; the Navy port
THE work of harmonizing and con9oli=
datingthe Republicans of New York for
a victory goes on bravely. In Rings
county (Brooklyn) the Stalwarts and
Half-Breeds have united and settled all
their ditiereneec — Close the lines in Penn
#.3l.ania. • •
Now 14. t every Republican resolve not
tticease lt;s efforts to elect General BAITS'
until- the polfslre closed on the evening
of the Bth of November next
TH I: report of the First Assistant Nit
masterGeneral for the last fiscal year
shows.that there were 44,512 post-offices
in the United States. The increase dur
ing the ycar -- was 1500. The number
established was 2915, and the number
discontinued 1415. Number Of Presiden
tial Offices, 1863—an increase of 103. The
State of Pennsylvania has the largest
number of post-offices, namely, 1i505. _
Mns.lGAntris.tm bus written to Colonel
ROCKWELL expressing her wish that an
account of the life
.and literary remains of
General GARFIELD shall be published at
the earliest piacticahle time. Colonel
ROCKWELL in referencd to this states that
such a monument may be expected only
after measured and elaborate work, which
cannot be written till the world has mov
ed far enough away from President GAR
FIELD to take in the granduer of his
La: wr and character.
GM:2AL MILT is 60E14 and qualified
to assume the antics of State Treasurer.
Is there, then, any reason why be should
not poll.the full strength of the ad - ml - ads
Am an indication of ORANGE *ma's
popularity with the Democrat. of Erie, it
will only be necoksary to consult the elec
tion returns for 1880. Mr. Snour, the
Democratic candidate for Congress bad a
majority in the city of 432, while Mr. No
nra's Majority, as a candidate - for the
ligislature, was but 107. Showing that
be did not poll the full Democi-atic vote
of hbs own city within 8'27. And he is no
more popular now than then.
REPUBLICANS, work up your districts;
and see that every man does his duty by
going to the
_polls and cutting a solid tick
et. Vote the-whole ticket.
Tan Norristown Herald thinks that
lowa would be a good State for reformer*,
to emigrate to. . Reform means a plan for
dividing the Republican party and giving
a Democratic minority control, and 14ie
Republican majority in lowa_is_o_ large
that the job there would require the com
bined efforts oflhe whole tribe of reform
ers. But their success would be such a
brilliant victory that it would pay for the
concentrated, effort. lowa is - the place
Is Ohio Governor FMTEM has been re-,
elected by a plurality of not less than
24,000 votes. The Democrats depended ,
for victory on encouraging side-shows in'
the shape of temperance tickets, liqurf
sellers' tickets, and any other species'of
tomfoolery that promised to catch Repub
lican votes without catching those, AA
Democrats. Although an off year is a
pretty good time for side-shows the ex
periment has failed, and the Pennsylvania
side-show managers can view the wreck
and prepare to go through a similar bank
STmTEM, method and organized work
will win in a political contest. Republi
cans should organize in every election dii
triet. Sub-divide the work, hbtain re
ports, and know just what the condition
of things is in each district. Don't wait
foi others, but let each earnest Republi
can do what he can—make arrangements
for getting oat the vote near to him, and
see that every man votes. Our ticket
represents the Republic-au cause, and eve
ry man on it. was nominated fairly, and is
RortLy -of support. Whoever *cuts or
scratches a man on it will do an act that
will hurt his record, will gainsay his pro.:
fessions, and mark him as iolitically un
trustworthy. We hope for a straight vote,
and one of the grandest victories we ever
had. Republicans, let us have . it. Be
stimulaml by the example of Ohio and
lows, ;it'd don't forsake the party which
stood by the country in the time when
the Democrats were doidg all they could
to destroy it. -
TUE Republican ticket of Bradford
county is made up of "excellent men, and
deserves the vote of every man.
THE LOCAL CANVASS.
TILE REPORTER took occasion to
urge upon the 'Republicans of Brad
ford, some weeks before the meeting
of the County Convention, the im
portance of making a selection of
catklidates from the best men in the
Arty. We are glad to'aay that a
very decided Majority of the Repub.
!leans of Bradford County were as
much impressed with the iinpnrtance
of 'nominating, men of sterling integ
rity as ourselves. .The result in the
Cous•ention beyond question bore
Witness to the earnestness with.which
Republicans (Altered Elwin the work,
as well as to the fblelitv with which
hey discharge/I the truot reprred in
theth. The ticket pre•ente., by that
Convention for the suffrages of the
party is unassailable. Not a man
upon it' has any' occasion to be
ashamed of his record, either 'as a
man or as a
,Republican. Some of
them are men of proved capability
and honesty in public service, 'and
all are men of known probity among
their neighbors. , The Convention
was fairly constituted and its work
was fairly done.
In presenting such a ticket for
Republican suffrages, the Convention
expected the approval of the party
at the polls. And they had a right
to expect such approval-... The only
inducement that-can be offered 7_6
men to whom the duty of forming a
ticket is assigned to do well, is, that,
when they perform their-duty wisely
and conscientiously, the masses of
the party shall ratify their work. If
the Republicans of this county really
desire to encourage the nomination ,
of sterling men, they can make that
desire known in no way so well as
by giving a hearty support to. tickets
made ,tip of such men. When the
qualify and character of a candidate I
have been proved by publiC'service,l
the fact constitutes the strongest
reason why such a man should re
ceive a hearty support. Just as indi
viduals wisely - prefer men who
nature, and training are fitted to take
charge of their business, so the body
politic, if wise, will -regard past effi
cient service in public
life as , a strong
reason' why they should be preferred
wfteniamed for public positions.
The Republicans of Bradford
County have an important duty to
perform. The men who haVe , been'
presented for their suffrages are in
character such as elevate public ser
vice. They are also true and tried
Republicans. There is not a man'of
them all who is of doubtful' repute.'
Every attempt to take_ votes from
any Republican candidate on grounds
of sympathy t i
or some other s a blow
at Republican asceridency,and struck
at a time when it is the duty of every
man rho wishes, well for his country
to dO his utmost to - maintain that
ascendency everywhere. The action
of the _ Democrats in the National:
Senate hi a- warning to every true
Republican in the land. It is the .
policy of our - opponents to grasp evef
rything within their reach. If they
can use 'Republicans to pull thei
chestiruts out of- the fire, they wile
not fail to do that. But Republicans
have a higher function than that-
cannot afford to assist their
political opponent! destroying
puklican ascendency anyekete, and
cirtaisdy not in Bradford antirty.
This ii no time to induleiin eenU
melt. U the honest, earnest Rept&
Beans of this county want to eneoar
age honest, earnest work Within party
lines, they can prove it in but one
44, and that way lies in giving an
undivided support to the Republican
ticket. If any Republican imsginee
that he can serve the cause of Re=
public:n:om by playing fast and
loose with the tieket, he is'certsSn to
straggle into by-paths from which he
will come back foiatsore and weary,
conscious that he has betrayed the
trust reposed in him. We - hope there "
are not many such. Republicans , in
Bradforil And we hope that there
is no Republican of such abundant
sympathies that he can bestow them
where they are not due, or to repair
damages never 'Suffered, - especially
when to do that is to exercise a char
ity which does not begin at home.
He is indeed a sturdy heggar who
asks alms of men -to whom he has
been all his life in oPposition.
An old i she-bear with her cubs
were prowling about.a farm•pard On
a bitterly liintry night, when she es-
, pied a faithful dog shivering under
the lee of the enelosute.
very great shame," said Mrs. Brain,
" that so fine a creature as - you are
should be compelled to endure the
rigors of such a wintry storm. As
for me, I am used to - exposure, and
y thick coat protects me ;against
the cold. Go,. seek the shelter of the
farm house, and I will keep watch
and ward about the fold meanwhile."
"I am sure you are very considerate ,
of my comfort and welfare," replied
the faithful d9g, " and I am much
obliged to you. But lamat a loss
to understand why you should lie so
much concerned my comport while
you' expose your.' own cuts to the
Whoever reads the Demodratic pa
pers nowadays .will be at no loss how
Lc. apply the moral of this fable.
Every Democratic paper has sudden
bloomed -forth as a friend , and
counselor of Republican voters. "It,
is your duty," say these papers, with
tender zoneern for the .welfare of Re,-
publican voters. " to declare your in
dependence of bosses; and in order'
to do that you should vote for Mr.
WOLFE." This sounds exceedingly
liberal and friendly, of course ; but
wheri we read in the next paragraph
an exhortation to Democratic voters
to come NuarelY-4 to the work and
vote for ° ORANGE ,we cannot
help being reminded of the concern
of the old she-bear for her natural
enemy, the dog, and her indifference
to the comfort and welfare of her
We ha - ve no exhortation to make
tb Democyalic-voters. We Atave no
particular concern for them and shall
affect none. They are expected to
vote for the candidate of the. Demo
cratic bosses, who selected . Mr. NOBLE
on accountOf :his money and the ex
pectatir that he would use it freely
to advance the fortunes of the .Dem
ocratic party. Whether the masses
of that party shall elect to ratify that
selection at the polls, or not, is no
concern of ours. They will probably
do it, and , for reasons satisfactory to
themselves. We have no advice to
give the, and if we had, and,should
put on ,a long face and proffer it,
they might properly ask how long it
had been since we began to be so
deeply concerned about their welfare.
On our part, we ask Democratic edi
tors and exhorters since when it is,
that they have been so anxious - that
Republicans should declare their in
dependence of organization ? Since
when is, it that Democrats have come
forward! as the conservators of the
fortunes of the Republican party ?
rybody, has engaged Dem
ocrati3 to counsel and direct Repub.
lion !voters in the discharge of their
ditty! as intelligent
_citizens ? Our
advice to Republicans is to put these
pertinent questions to Democrats
whO,pbtrude their advice upon them
unasked, They are fair questions.
STAIIi 1 BY YOUR COIiINTY TICKET.
, It frequently happens that the can
didates whom we preferred do not
get nominated by our party conven
tions`; but it very seldom, if ever,
occurs - that the nominees are not the
choice of a majority of the party
voter. ' The only objet of caucuses
and conventions is to ascertain_ as
nearly as possible before election °
whatjiersons are the choice of the
majority of the party, in order that
they may receive a united support ;
and if all the voters attended to their
duties as citizens of a republican
government, the ticket would seldom
fail to represent the wishes of a ma•
jority in the party. If it ever does
fail in this respect, then the blame
lies not with the candidates and their
managers, but with-the voters them
selves,-who did not attend the cau
cuses nor make their influence felt.
Some people profess to look upon
politics as' a game, and speak of po
litical parties with a sneer ; but the
history of our Own and all . Other
countries where the people have
right to vote, shows that the govern
ment will always be administered by
one party or another, which, by the
constant watchfulness of its antago
fists, if not from its own sense of
juStice and. love of honesty, will gen
erally be kept from great errors of
administration or prodigality in the
public_spenditurea ' Political par
ties are a p olitical necessity, for pop•
ular governments will always be ad
ministered by the miller party;
and a government is Powerless that
has not a powerful party at its back.
If we believe the Iprinciples and
measutae of our party are better than
those of its sidearm then'in, hive
$ strong reason to work for ite .
-in WI proper ways, and to sue.
tam its candidates sit:the polls. The
Candidata., may- . : not _ have been our
choice, but they are the : choice of our
party, and unless ''we know them to
be dishonest or unfit, it is our plain
duty to support them to the best of
our ability. No army ever Acres
any of its 'standard-bearers to basin*
down if it can prevent IL No good
soldier ever fires on his own flag,,
even though he may have sometinie
quarreled with the standard-bearer,
and thinks - that some other person
should have been chosen to bear
No good Republican will permit One
of his dandidates to be strickendown
merely because heluyo some :personal
enemies and the Democrats Inive
marked him for defeat The Demo•
nratic party always marks some . one
(If our candidates for defeat, devoting
their whole energies to, that single'
purpose, and, with the assistance of
a few dissatisfied Republicans, have
too often succeeded.
No better ticket was ever present
ed ,by the Republican party than the
one nominated by the -fact Comity
Convention. Every manf:M it is able,
honest, industrious, coniteonsi kind
hearted, and "deserving the hearty
support of every voter; and yet the
Democratic party, following up its
invariable practice, is trying to - beat
one of them. The man against ',howl
they have trained all their guns, pred
pared- all their offensive projeCtileS
and let look all their dogs, is said
to be the Hoti. Jamas H. WEBB.
The reasons why they have thus hon
ored him by singling him out from.
the 'others to receive their chief at
tack are obvious enough. He is one
of the charter members of the party,
and has always been true to its prin
ciples and unwavering and unwearied
in his support of its candidates. , He
has occupied positions of great bonor
and trust in the party; has been sev
eral times a member of the House' of
Representatives, and once chosen for
its. Speaker. In opposing the division
of the county, it is suppoied he in
curred the enmity of a considerable
number of Republicans In the West.
In having always been ..11 consistent
friend of - the cause of, temperance
and an advocate of they local-option
law, they think he is not likely to be
popular in the grog-shops. Then, it
is thought that many young Repub
licans, ambitious for political distinc
tion, are anxious to get the old poli
ticians oat of their way, and might
possibly lend a helping hand in .giv
ing them that permanent retirement
which a defeat at the polls generally
insures. But we believe these hopes
oti the Democrats are destined to be
blasted. Thediviiion sentiment has
died out, the tem perance feeling is
stronger thai the saloons, and no
young Republican can be found who
is green enough, even if;be were pro
fligate enough, , to deal a stunning
-blow to his party for the sake of get
ting rid of a candidate who l is con
tin)iaily getting in his way. He
kn'ows that his own chances of ever
obtaining r an office depend
t on his
fealty to the party and maintaining
its' victorious prestige. - '\
Rpublican friends', let not one of
yoti ail fo be at the polls on election
day. 0.4r-cprfidence in the party's
strength, especially in the "off-year,"
has been one of our chief causes of
defeat. Decaust your party has a
large. majority in the county is no
reason ( 4fr y you can "safely stay at
home on . .election day. Remember
that it q'S ,the majority of tticise wile,
vote which detensines elections.
Vote Your whole .- county ticket.
There is. dot an unworthy mad on it,
And the is no honor to: be gained
in splitting or scnAching or bolting,
unless /you are sure of bolting a bad
maa—and there is no bad man' on
the ticket. The Republican party is
worth ;Oreserving. It stood- up for
the rights of man when the Demo; -
cratic rt iarty stood for the rights of
prone y in man ; it stood , by the
nat on';'s flag when the ; Democratic
pa y,; as a party, falte;ed ; 'it give
thelcoiored laborers the rightto their
labor; , , •
labor;ind will never
labbreit3 to be trampled into;the dust
by soulless corporatiolis. It gave us
the greenback "currency when no
ot t er Money could be Obtained to
pa Och: soldiers, and by a wise sys
tem of legislation, which preserved
the national honor opd sustained the
publicicredit, has aide.that currency
eqhal m value -,
to gold.' It has never
been false to its principles or profes
sions tii liberty, laiiiir good govern
ment, .o justice, humidity or religion;
neVer indifferent to the: cause of tem
perance and educatip4; never waste
ful in thelmblic expeirditures; never
tills stie)iled defaulters or star-route
tlieve, j never been regardless of the
mnal'obligation to pay the national
debt, and to provide *aria therefor
by a p otective tarif‘which encour
sges d *esti° manufgetures and sup
plies lior and good*dges for Amer
ican working men. i: f . .: _ • „ -
The favonible finanefal situation,
the ,priisperity we areiliow enjoying,
thOrelfare of the country, if not the
permanence:of her„instittitions, de
pend on the continued ascendency-of
the Republican - party.; That , ascend
ency cannot be preServed without
maintaining the partt organization,
and the party orgadixation cannot
be maintained without ii hearty fealty
to the party nominations. The' Re
' publican . party has a glMions history
in the past, and will have a brilliant
future unless destroyedi by the ,• e ni o n
of Faction and slain in the Louse of
Stand, by your pats as long
your i p*ty , is right 4 litand by your
candidates as" ot's& they are honest;
vote lour ‘hois count}? ticket. -
: 1 OASTILAL .
' 4- . '' ' ' -
"It is. a
(bassist Ifours is ids*" °Prod t?
spoils esope whin be O&M leaf.sl”
the' itirmisers t .
agobi the remeralpf *hp
slat IS trabe CosAfb:l4o boo !.1
faitblist akar egoodf4ublicun lid
bildiabSge hally to *wort. -11:1stsdy.
offense 'was that be dienot help Mr:
Wows in his aspirations. He vas re-'
moved Ilta a Mend of Yr. Worses sp-
Pcot4 ixmimenting on.this removal
, se being emoted to • civil service reform,
Senator Itntizu. said he recommended
the change beimrum Mr. Wows demand
ed it; and that he Wilma Mr. WOLFE
should bate some say in--regard to sp.
'adamants in Union (*nutty; , -This is the
same WOLTZ who sap he is opposed to
the spots 'Tamp.
Is his speech* West Cheater Wawa
explained his dodging on the grave yard
humnmotbill, by saying that he did not
understand the question. That is a very
thin &Age. tie bill was on file early in
the session, and was not leached on final
passage until the last night of the session.
Homely a day passed that there were net
petitions for, and -remonstrances against
the bill preaented so that it was constant
ly before the House. If . Mr. Wotan did
not understand it, be should have studied
it, as it contemplated a mote substantial
reform than many of his wild and im
tkracticable measures. A few , minutes of
the time that be spent in fillibustering, If
applied to this question, would have given
him full information.—Chamberetlerg Re
-Tis Grand Jury at Washington Friday
(Mind an indiettne4agaitust. Capt. H. W.
Bowalers,charging 'him with embqzling
over $90,000 from the government. Capt.
HOWOLTE not appearing iwhen called for
his bond of $40,900 was forfeited. His
bondsmen are W. B. Moans, and W. W.
McCuLLoron and NATLEY ANDERSCS,_
Subsequently Captain HowasTz's coun
selcalled attention to the fact that his
client's bend was given to abide the judg
ment of the court not the action of the
jury. Justice Cox, finding , this , to •be
correct, directed the execution Of a war
rant for Howosst.'s arrest to be suspend
ed and the forfeiture of
,the bond to be
DISCRILITED.••••••ALLEN H. DICKSON, Esq
who is an Independent, has become ear
oughly disgusted with WoLvE's wholesale
and baseless slander' of better men than
himself, and• writes to the Philadelphia
Times a Most severe and scathing Criti
cism tof the Union county maligner, in
which hej says that "the conduct of such'
a one is !got one degree less , Withy of
contempt than that of the assassin of a
President," and adds, "L believe dist the
average Amerman, like the average En
glishman, loves fair play, and that assas.
.sination aid slander will not continue to
be permannt and recognized' political
-*,tru-Ohio and lowa steady in Repub
lican line, New York swinging. into posi
tion and Virginia in a•fair way to be re
deemed,it will be strange if Pennsylvania
bolts the track. One place where import
ant aid can be given in the work of keep
ing the State in her proper position is in
Bradford county., Let the vote be brought
;tar - the polls. Let us give an old time ma-
Vote the whole ticket. •
DELEGATES from the various Masonic
,Lodges of the District 'rut in Washington
,Thursday night and formed a permanent
'organization for the purpose of establish
ing a "Garfield . Memorial .Educatioual
Institution" for the benefit oethe orphans
of Masons. Permanent were elect
ed,, and " special committee , Ippointed to
report a plan of operations.
Tim Minnesota Legislature balloted for
Senator Tuesday. The Senate vote stood,
WINDOM, 29 ; SMITH, (Democrat), 5 ;
scattering, 4. In the !House, WiNtiom,
86 SMITH, 11; - scatterilk,g, 3. The Joint
Convention -to deplore WISDOM elected
Senator for the rest of his unexpired ten
meets today (Wednesday).
THE committee 'rooms of WOLFE and
NOBLE in Philadelphia -adjoir4 NOBLE
says his only hope ofj election is WoLFE
and WOLFE declares he will be satished
with NOBLE'S sdbcesal That is inspirit
ing for any one, not aj, Democrat, who has
thought of voting for Wourz.-
- Onto has seta ,glorious example. M wiey
was. scattered.... - broadcast, like the leires
of autumn, tollemoralize the,Repuldimul
party, but it failed; The R e publicans of
GARFIKLIA State stood ,by their colon. -
Pennsylvania Republicans, do ye like Wise.
RiiIIBLICANS, support the who% tick
et ; all-ziour candidates, both State and
County, are excellent men and deserve
'tie full support of the party.
Ex-Govmmort E. D. Monass, of New
York, was appointed by the President,
and confirmed by the. Senate, on Monday
as Secretary of the Treasury. -
IT is reported, this Wednesday morning
that Gov. MORGAN declines to , accept the
SecretaryshiP, in consequence of his deli
—Small-pox is ravaging Armstrong
—Hog cholera hai Ilea and is still rag
ing in-parts of . Chester county.
felloes, i and spokes made in
West Chester are sent to Europe.
-Captain Ferguson, of Erie county,
owns a cat weighing nineteen pounds.
—The schools of Williamsport are not
half full of pupils, owing to diphtheria
and scarlet fever.
—Recent rains have made the pasture
in many parts of theßtate better than it
was daring the summer.
—A snake sixteen feet in length is said
to haunt the vicinity of Kelly's Station,
on the Allegheny Valley railroad.
—A nest containieg sixty rattlesnakes
was discovered within a mile • of Cresson
last week, and an of the& killed • with
stones and gnu.
Hiram Hoopes, of 'Lydoming county,
ban been a lumberman for sixty years,
beginning when he was ten years old and
working at it ever since.
.;--Joseph Roth, who was confined"?
Selinsgrove jail awaiting sentence on a
conviction for horse-stealing, died of a
broken bout on Saturday last.
--Over . a thousand korsea have been
sent from Somerset and Fulton counties
within .tie last year ? to lialtimore,, to
supply orders for, the Southern morket.
—The proprietors pr. number of .floni
millethroughout thentrY are putting
in steam . power for use in case of st failure
of Water, and thus escape , the logics to
which they have been 'subjected during
tlus past season.
—At the Morning'a session Thuriday,
of the Pittsburg Diocese EPiscopal Church
Convention, st Pittsburg,, the Loy dale=
gates marled the election of Rev,
Vourthusd - irsiteisead am Ilishois of the
D mok tO awed the lata.iliahop Ser.
—A,corestioo frsUir from differ
420;Plits $ l O, Mito , 10 # 1 4 1 ' la: the
Bones of Uelawmarta*Cdt - ii
lest "' 'The object
of the scion was the frsTing law
to iievardAtooomiatei:4 - aarretoro from
bebig eins o 7 ol .
—An explosion of IfticHirmni occurred
at the Chxdnhati coal mines a feir miles
up the . Monongahela, river trent Elisabeth
on Tuesday, eves:Tint .of last week, which
resulted' in the instant death of Patrick
Plunkett, a miner and the a‘livere burning
Of three others. , ;
- --The jury in the case of Frank Rum
belle!, st IlarriOnng, ch a rged with
murder of Troutman, returned a veSiet
Friday craning of murder in the that de
gree. The prisoner still declares hisin?
ISOCCOCO, notwiths ,the - confession
r -A verdict of murder' in the first de
gree was rendered in the Criminal Court
in Harrisburg last week ragainst Henry
Rupberger, who was Charged with the •
meWer of Daniel Troutman last Novem
ber. The trial of his alleged accomplice,
Frank Rumberger, has -began.
—A. furnaceman employed at Pine
Grove furnace amused himself on Sunday
by beating his 'wife, and wound up by
throwing her out, of • the house. In the
evening a party of women, masked and
wearing men's clothing, arrested the man,
bound and gagged him and cowhided him
unmercifully. He was afterwards releas
ed and ordered to leave the place, which
he did at once. -
—On the 16th Mrs. JOhn Fortman,: of
Tarport, aged thirty years,-_wed very
euddeLly. On Tuesday a Corbner's in
quest was held, and found that her death
resulted from rupture.: Yesterday morn
ing three prominent physiciins of Brad
ford were arrested for malpractice in the
case. They waived au examination and
were committed for trial.
—A fall of top- coal; took place at the
Mihanoy City collie b , Fridafmorning,
just - as the men entered the gangway on
their way to work. Thomas Ward 'was
instantly killed ; John Ward, his brother,
was fatally injured, and Timothy Whittle
and Miles. Keeler were seriously injured. :
Thomas Ward, leaves a mife • and family.
—The liquor dealers are in trottblef- 1
Nifie hundred and twenty-seven were re
tutned at the_beginnitig of the September
term of the Court of Quarter Sessions for
illegil selling. Fivebtindred and twen
ty-seven have no .lieense, and are in
dicted for selling in June, July and Au
gust. They will be fined in amounts
ranging froth $5O to $2OO, which will
stand in the'riature of a judgment, and
ext anion can be issued at once, the pro
ceedings being directed against the bonds
men where the principals do not pay or
'lave no property. The fines will aggro
gate a large sum, and as the proceeding";
have been affirmed by the Supreme Court,,
nearly the whole amount will .probabtyj
be 'collected: 'The fihe cannot be avoided
by going to jail, and I the judgrOents Frei
of a nature that they'are not governe I byl
either the exemption or insolvent law. '
Tar. Ottawa 4 CAD.) Republican thus
quotes: i Mr. HaJ•vey B. F. Keller, re
corder of deeds i l says : -_I have tong been
convinced of the merits ofSt. Jacobs Oil,
and use it in my family for rheumatism
successfully. - •
GENERAL - NEWTS. .
- 7 -The thirteenth public meeting of the
Wiftinen's Board of Missions was held in
Boston Thursday. There were three
hundred deli te's present. The regular
reports were ead, and , addresses were de
livered by missionary ladies.
—Five men were. killed and two others
seriously injured on the Cincinnati South
ern Railroad ,at McKinney Station, on
Wednesday,of list week. ,They were on
a car containing water, when the engine
which had been detached.became unman
ageable, and dashed against the car with
great violence. 1
—B. P. Sawyers, of Stafford County,
Virginia, writes to United States Treasur
er Gilfillan that be - riwns a quarry of yel
lowish sandstone about one mile from
Coles' Landing, Virginia, on the Potomac
river, which is similar to that used in the
old Capitol building,-and which be offers
to place free oficost at the disposal of the
Garfield Monument Association.
—The memorial eivrcises in honor of
thelate President GAfielcl, under the au
spices of the City of Boston, were held
Thursday in Tremont Temple, which was
elabOrately decorated: The platform was
occupied by 'Mayor Prince and other
prominent men: Mayor Prince made a
short address, and Palestrina's Requiem
Miss was rendered by-the Boylston Club.
Rev. Dr. Lathrop offered prayer, and an-
other musical Selection. preceded the ora
tion, delivered -by Generat'N. P. Banks.
—The Rev; Abijati Green, a Presbyte
rian clergyman seventy-five years of age,
of Highland Falls, Orange County, N. Y.,
was found dead in bed at, the Hamilton
Hotel, New York, 'Thursday morning.
The gas had been extinguished, but was
still trained on. Developments at the in
, quest elicited the fact that' deceased was
suffering from gradual derangement, and
the theory hi that be either blew out the
gas, or turned it on again after turning it
—An., old gentleman from Ohio arrived'
in Washington a few days'since with $17,-
000 in United States six per cent. bonds,
which he purchased in 1861, and which
were called in July last: insisted on
receiving payment in gold, atid would lis
ten to no ezpLanation when offered a Treas..
nry draft. Recently he appeared at the
Loan Office with a 'large leather valise
andreceived the amount in twentytlollar
gold pieces, weighing about seventy-flie
pounds. With difficulty he carried his
heavy load to Assistant Treasurer Wy
man's room, and having expressed a wish
to count his treasure, a room was assign
ed him for that purpose. Haviti - g - found
the amount correct, he ,was induced to
express the valise to his home.
NEW BLOOMFIELD, Miss.,Jan. 2,1831.
I wish to say to you tat I have been
suffering for the last five yearS with a se
vere itching all over. I have heard of
Hop Bitters and have tried it. I have
used up four bottles, and it has done me
mole good than all the doctors and medi
cine that they could use on or with' me.
lam old and poor but feel to bless you
for ,Such 'a relief by your medicine and
from torment of the doctors. I have had
fifteen doctors at me. One gave me seven
moms of solution of arsenic; another
took four quarts of blood from me. All
they could tell was that it *as skin sick
ness. Now, after these four bottles of
your medicine, my skin is well, clean and
smooth' as ever. HENRY KNocun. ,
OUSE FOR . SALE! -
The v.:doable house and lot on Second street
known u the" lIIRAM TAYLOR PROPERTY,"
will-be sold to the highest bidder on .
Monday, October 21, at 2 o'eloek,
front ot the Viret_Natlonal _Bank.
the lot has a frontage of 77S feet on Second
street and extends bank to Third street, about Soo
feet, divided by an alley running from Kaplintreet
to Lombard. ' Good barn on the alley.
TEXIIS.—Ten per eetnt. at time of sale. 'Fifteen
per eent, on delivery of deed. Balance In three
equal annual payments, with Interest on the whole
at each payment.
Per further particulars enquire at the Bank .
Ore, LS, 11111. o N.-IC. ;urns, cmkr.
.4 , `;
Governor Hoyt, Attorney
General Palmer, and
°thers on the Wpm
ing Seminar) , Ana C=-
Finns Gov. Henry - M. Hoyt, of Pena•
Bsv. Basin , COPtLis D;11. D., -
. .Ny Dear Doctor : This Morning I chanced to
teak corer the Bs tort pf the Beard of Illitilars of
Wtoining Seminary; live, mt. It shows such a
Wide scope lo your enorseept study. and such eom.
plete fittitlitnrnt and esecation of the scheme of
modermedneation that r-could- not refrain from
congratulations loyal and your arsistants. Better'
work was newer done at the old Seminary, and yet
good work has always been done there All north
tiatterwrenusylsante (and this Is by no means the
'proper limit to Its beneficial Influence), has been
reformed by the moral: scholastic and refining
agencies you base kept in Operation. With a
pretty wide knowledge of *hat is going on In
Pennsylvania In educational matters—and grand
'results are being worked out in Pennsylvania now
—I can safely and cordially unite with the Board
and commend this institution' to the thoughtful
eonsideration of 'parents and 'griardiani who con
template the education of their children, feeling
assured that the qualifications : of the tea hers, the
moral and rpilgious li.tluette. exerted by them on
the students committed to their care, are ill that
can be desired.
DENBY M. norr.
Harrisburg. Pa, Sept- 10, tsbi,
Mir Gain Ray! prepared far College at thot
Prom Hon. Henry W. Palmer, Atter
terrier ,General of tbe . lbtate of
My acquaintaree with Wyoming Seminary hegan
to 1858, and has continued erer Ones. I spent six
,Years there as a student. I. think •IL one of the
'best sehoolsfn the country, and can most eonscleixo
tfously commend It to parents who have sons to at
for College. or to young men or women who desire
to stop with an Academic education. It is a sensi
ble and thoroughly practical Institution, doing
good work for those committedlo its charge.
HENRY W. PALMER.
-Rariisbnrg, Pa., Sept. 13, 1851.
Hon. George. Lana**.
At the close of the Commencemint Exereisea,
4ane =4l. VLSI. the Hon. George Landon, who Is
liberal patron of the school, ;Inc and said ; •
"I cannot refrain frnm saying that, baring at
tnided naafi) commencements of ichool and col
lege, I haie never witnesseo superior exercises or
listened to riper thoughts than those with, which
we hare been - entertained this morning. -and I
move that the assembly express. by rote. its com
mendation of the Wyoming Seminary to all the
sure ending country as the place to acquire a thor
ough education." .
Front James N. Coughlin,lSaperta.
teadent or Public Schools for LIM.
1 serne County.. =
. It gives me pleasure to be aide toaay that the
Wyoming Seminary has rendered :very: Material
aid In advancing the • common schools under my
Supervision by preparing persons: to teach. Many
who are now engaged in teaching have attended
this School, some of whom may pastitvbe regarded
LS among our best teachers. The -?:brutal course
recently instituted meets the growing demand for
thoroughly qualified teachers. The special lea.
tures'of this course are the drills and lectures on
Theory and Practice of Teaching by the Principal.
do teacher who May attend the Seminary. and
have the privilege of these lectures, can fail to be
work of the school-room.
JAMES. M. COUGHLIN.
Kingston, Pa., Sept. 2f,' 1581. -
Rev. Chas. H. Fowler, D. 'D., LL.D.,
in 64 the -New York Advorate,”
The SclOol Commencement was *grand success.
Especial iattentton was attracted by the young
ladles of .the graduating class. Every one remark
ed,-.• Tbm"e must be some Skilled workman back
of this success.°•
Thlsnat on of merchants and. business men will
not be so -L , ., know that the commercial Depart
ment. un er. Prof. L. L.. Sprague. does not suffer
In colu a rarison, %hetl i er is is put .dawn by the
classic •or ladies department. This may mean
bread and butter, but it also "means business.. "
Winter Term Opens Nov. 30.
• , •
Fur further inftorciation or Catalogue, address,
R*v. D. COPELAND, D. D.,
2wks.:, -Kingston, Pa. •
New Machinery-for Grinding Buck
Best Vield and Finest Flour Guaranteed
, ; Come on with your Grair.
Q. F. AYER, PROpItIETOII.
Sheilt:eqtan, Pa., Oct. 2:, 1814-tut
VTlCE.—Whereas information' '
his be4t. given that there h ave been placed'
In the Spmuehanua river, at various places within
the•Contdy• of Bradford. certain unlaWful contriv
ance/116e the catching of esti, commonly known as
eel;•w, fish-baskets, etc.. which are wasteful and
extra, vat modes of • fishing," and contrary to the -
Iowa! e Commonwealth : now I, Peter J. Dean,
litglr,Stferiff of the county of Bradford, by virtue
of said law, and as required thereby, do declare all
suctrcontrivances to b common nuisances, and
order them; when within tilt County of Bradford,
to be destroyed or dismantled by the owners or
* managers thereof, 'on or before the, tai day of
December, proximo or 1 shall proceed to , destroy
the same In accordance with sold law. •
PETER J.-DEAN, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Towanda, Oct. 27, 1591-iw.
Litters of administralitm having been grant
ed to the underfigned upon the estate of James
Laeirey. late of West Faankila Twp , deeea,sed. no.
lice Is heteby given that all peawns Indebted to said'
estate are requested to Make Immediate pqrnent,
and all persons having-claims against said ea'tate .
most present the same duly anthenticat‘d „to the
undersigned for settlem e nt.
- • JUL! A •LACK ET, Administratrix.
West Franklin, Pa, Oct. O
iiDNINISTR T 0 it'S NOTICE.
Letters of Ad toinistrathirt haying been grant.
ed to the. undersigned; upon the estate of John
Irvine, late of Wya.using Tap., deceased, , notice
Is hereby given that all persora Indebted to the said
estate are requested to make Immediate payment,
and all persona having claims, against said estate
must present the same July authenticated to the
' . EDWARD lictg.E.T, Administrator.
- Hornet's Ferri, Pa., Ocell,OSSl4iw.
1831 THE CVLTII* LTOB 1882
THE BEST OP THE
iiirLARGEMENT- I . 'oll 1882.
Ttts COVSTIVI tiENTLEMAN, is the LHADING
JOUUNAL of American Agriculture. In • amount
and practical value of contents. la extent and abil
ity of correspond.,l3ce, In quality of paper and style,
of t üblication, It Occupies the VIEST RANK. It
Is bettered to have no superior In either of the
three chief divisions of •
Farm Crops and, Protesses,
Horticulture a. Fruit-Crowing,
• - Live Eitock - ,andDairying.
while it alse4iieludes all minor departments of
rural Interest, shellas Ponitrl Yard, Entemtgogy,
Bee-Keeping, Greenhouse andGrapery, Veterinary
Replies, Farm Questions Answers, Fireside
Reading, tiomestie Econoturiand a summary of
the News of the Week. IhttgßanxEr flares:Ts
ate unusually complete, and ranch attention is paid
dtthe Prospects of the Crops, as throivinglight
tpon one of the most importlitta of . all Iquestions—
When to Buy and When to Sell. , is liberally
Illustrated, and Is intended to supplya, acontin
natty Increasing degree, andin the t sense of
the term, a
LIVE AGEIODLTURAI, WIPAPER
— The Volume of Tag COI NTHT GENTLEHAW for
1188. irill be LABGELY INCREASED in Contents
by the addition of • imtlicient number of pages to
meet the growing demands upon Its space, but the
terms will continue as follows, when paid its telly In
advance: Use COrtpone year, 82.50: Foca
Curtail; SIR, and an additional copy for the
year free to the eetorler of_ the Club ; Ls
920, and an additional copy for the' year free to
the sender of the Club •
air Alt NEW Subscribtrsfor 1882, paytny in
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LY. from receipt of remittance to ./aneary
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IIrSPECIIIHN COPIES. FHT.Z. Address
LUTHER TUCKER flk - NON, Putdishere,
ALBANY; N. Y.
US QI3E HANNA Cowman' IN
sTrrett.—FIRSTT WINTEU TER It *AI emu
meuto MONDAY, OCT. st. ISM. • /spouses for
boart, tank& and furnished room. Iron in to
1180 per year. For catalogue or feather partial.
tare address the Principal. i •
EDWIN L. tatrlN*AN, A. N.
.Towat.ds, July 7,1181.
A. D. DYE & CO.
Fall & Whiter, 1111118
ATTENTION IS INVITED to Oar
They are too well known to require any
We also have a line of eIIEAP BASE
BURNERS, the best of. their elan in, the
market, and wehidapted for supplying a
demand for an efficient' but inexpensive
WOOD lIEATING STOVES in great
Rapp,' Thought Ramps
Sold in Towanda and vicinity by
A.D. DYE & CO.
A LARGE STQCIt OF
Wood Cook Stoves,
CARRL&GEMAKERS' AND ,
Anil a general stock of
MAIN STREET, TOWANDA
Towanda, October e -1441.
AT ' COST!
I . RI 0 N ,
StOck of ie late firm
of Mclntyre Brothers
must be elosed out at
Cost within Thirty
DaYs, by the intrehti-
ser. Goods recently
bought at Sheriff's
JAS. S. KUHN.
T July 1; 1881,M1
ppuENERAL - ELECTION .PROC
14.0841.120N—Wizszaszia sad by an Am .
sbe General Aar:lst/1y of thecContingenessmi of
tsprania.watitied an "Alt. relating to the
of this Colninnoweelth." the Id
y o f Jul-, A. yt. issn,, it Is wale 4inty.ottbs -
befit of every County to give emxlee of sneb el:e
and to make known In inchnottm what elk.
case are to be elected, sad to designate the p:arte
at whist' the election' are to be held. Therefore.
1. Peter J. Dealt. nigh Sherif of the Comity of
Bradford. dollereby make knows and proclaim to -.
the gnailded electors of Bradford Coenty, that a
gral election will be bed on "ft , En DAY. the
BlGillfli DAY of NOVIEBBY.B. A. D. t•in. fbe.
lag tbe Tuesday nest following the first Beads/ of
said month). in the seventiebletion dlstriet. of um
Cballti. WI follows:
Armenia—at the bowie of John B. Becker,
Alba abfbuiflfr—Ai the house of irallecitb.
Albany Township—At the Bala Scheel House.
Albany floigagb—it the Odd Yellows flan.
Asylum—At, the Sabot Goose NM Edwin Cr.
Deckers., • _
Athens ,Borongh. First Wuxi — At the cenu i l.
House. in said Ward.
Athentr:BOrough. Second Want—At the Zees'
HOUSe, taa the south side of Bridge Street, In ..,14 -
AthensTownsialp,lst Dlr ..rtet—At ti — Ev Jaas•g,
Rote! in Athens Borongh.
Athens Tcrionship, 241 District—At the bona* of
-Athens Township, - 23 District—At the Ante ^-
Burlington Boron gh—At the house of W. H. D.
Barlingtoir Township—At the horse of W. H. D.
Green in Barnet-ton . •
Bariingnon West—At the M. E. Cbnzch.
Barclay—At tireseboot horse.
Canto" Belrutigt At the Central. Hotel. •
Canton Township—At the Central- Hotel it Can
tore Borviegh. - - •
Colonithia—Atithehouse lane/occupied by 4.a . •it
Franklin—At the Tairn Hi:/. -
Granville—At the house of B. F. Taytot.
Herrick—At the-school bco..Se - it Herrickrthe
- Lenexa - stile—At the bonze of F. Z. C.
Litcheeld—At the htnse of S. B. Carm.er...
Leßoy—At the Cer•Ler Schott lipase.
Monroe Beirough—AT the Sn.a.ar.iens House.
Monroe Townstasp•74.t. the *.atsav► ono opis
by J. L. era .
Orwell-At•the Town 11:i1.
- Overton—At the Schor.i .
Pike—At the Brushvllle Ste/y*ool House.
Rome Township—At the Academy fn Rome 8.-t
1:0931e Fieseaugh—At the .01424.e1Z1T.
it! ' the hope occupied by Vin•ie:.7:
Itheshesaln—At the Valley House. •
" Bi —At- the • homes occupied by Joecpa
StnithdeldAt.'the house occupied by O. C. Mi s.
. South . Creek - At th e hawse occupied by Ges.rgs
- Standing Stone—At the house lately occupied
S , nth Wirerly—At the Bradford
Terry—At the house of E. J. Sbepard.
Towanda Flomagh, First Ward — At the I nieri,a.
Towanda Borooth,diecond Ward—At the Gra d
Jury - Room.
Towanda Borough, Third Ward—At the grocery
of G. S. Smith.
Towanda, Township.At the school Le , ise near
H. 'L. Scott's. .
Towanda NorttAt the house of s A . - 51!"....
Troy Borough—At the house y eccuplel . 7
V. M. Long. deceased.
Troy Townshlp—At the house lately oecupieJ v
V. M. Lo g. deceased. to Troy Borough. •
Tuscarora—At the school house near -lames
•Ulstelf..—At the Van DykC 11 . 013.4",.
• Wa.rrsiaAt thr boast of It. Co.oper.
Windham—At Mlles Bidlenaan's store I - . Win l•
—Tryattising—At the horse of J.H. Black.
Wilmot—At tbe boast of .A.
W/ - sax—At the house owned by W. :I. C.
Welles—At the building occiaPled by the-9-11
Felines as a hall.
- At which time and place the qa,vir.,..l „
will rote by ballot for the allowing named
. p•srson for. Treasurer of the Conr.m , ,nwlaith
- One person for High Sheriff_ for the Counts
ens on for Prothonotary, Clerk of the Ca :r,
of Quarter Is'essions and Qyer and TermiLer Icr
the connty of Bradford.
One pe rson for Regisier Wllis, Recorder of
Deeds and Clerk of Orphims' Cairt fur the County
cot, person•for County Trcisurer for the County -
Three, ersons for Couoty C mcaLisloners for the
County of 'Bradford.
Three persens for Coon.. Au.liturs f-ef as
Codnigof Bradterd. •
It is further directed that the elesitica polls of
the several districts' shall be opened a: sse-err
• o'clock to the ruerning. and shall cor.:lnue. pen
without err-v I,terroption until -evenou'en.e.k tl.l
ever.lng,,reNta the pdle styli!
No I, I holi shall be qualited to serve at an eleT;
Lien offieer who shod hold. or within two
bate t.eird, any oftee. or ailed:amen:or sent- .
men: fn•or under the Government of •the
' States. or of this State, or of any city or e00 . ...ty., r
of any tr.einleipal board, commisslei•.er of is
any city. Fart , only .DlStices of' the Peas', a - el Al. •
dermen. n -tames public and persons of
Vier of the State : nor shall any e'ecti,s,
eligibte to any etilee to be filled at an elec-1..i. as-'
which he- shall serve. save only to such sacor-lf.
r.ate municipal or .local ft , grade •
city or county °faces, or shall be .issignatel 1 y
At the opening of the polls at all
shall be the linty of the Judn,,, of Eleeli. for
their respective districts to designate one of "he
in-pectors, whose duty it shall .be t.: Lave ::.
dy the regtstery of voters, and to tr.ase
thereof required by 1aw„w.....-Ut shali t"f
the sale in - vectors to'recelve and nun.".:.t lat.
lots presented at sa*d
Ali elections bs. the eitszens shall be ' 1"• t,
and every lallot:vete4 nunii-;::•-• r If,:
order In which It is teie.ve.l. and the '
corded by the clerks on the Lets--.fa
of the tanre of the .;fectir fr•-m. uhon le ,
And every voter ring tWie or note :•: tt.
I several tickets • v trot -half each be tier.' ertd
with the nuteresr currespornling with the num!er
I to the name of tire v fder Any elector may w:,:a
his name. upon his tizken or cause the -aut. nto b.:
11 written thereon and bs- a el-:z-n.of •fie
.11-tr.c.t. In • addition :o the .3 , 7 h now pre-erlns--I
by iaw to betaken acid szlbscri'...l by el. ctn.:, ff..
cers. they shall severally rw- sworn or affirmed - nut
to 4i: f lu...how any ele...tor shalf hive voted. nn:- so
in a ju tidal pr--ceedlug.
ticket Slosh en.t.ra.-e the names of all the
. Julge. art •
vote I f r. an-1 to be labeled out
side -1.1.1-o vf
iar." ....e dlek • tbill embrace all
the Games of Stiaie oncers sated fir. and be late:.
ed "—z - are." One ticket 'Shall embrace the names
of ill Comity l•fhters voted for. including (-Mee of _
Senator ar..l Nien,i,r, of As:semi:ly if - voted n , r,
and Member , of Congress if -Voted for, and be :1 7
belled '• County."
Ali judges living within twelve miles of the Pro:
thonotary's ...'fflce, or within twenty-four
their residemfe in a town. village or efts. uton
the - line of 'a railroad leading tulle Cuunfy seat.
before [Wu es'.clock past meridian of the day ar:er
the election. and all' other du iges shaJ". i f ie
twelve oN:fuck-meridian of the seven-1 alto aftsr
the election. delayer the returns together with-e
axed, to Prothonotary of the Conti
Common Pleas of the county. which said r-:ars
shell be filed. and the day arid hour of Zlling mart.
c.d.:hereon. and skill he preserved by the Prurlt.is •
otary lor.publie laste.‘ction.
Given butler my, hand- at my alike. in
this itlth' day of October. in the year of our herd
one thousand eight hundred and eighty-one.
PETER J. DEAN. .
"VOTICE sIS HEREBY GIVEN
_LI that 33 app!katlo3 It'll be made M-..P.r the
Act of Assembly of the C , .mmonwealth of Penn•
sylvania, entitled .4 An Act t, provided. r the .1:1-
1. orporatlon and Regulation of .certain coti , r3-
thms,", approved April 2.9 th. 1674. and die , i•i'ld l,-
ments thereto, for the Charter of as !mond. d
poiatdon. to be calle4The Penn•yiv.lnia
Telegraph Company...4 , am character and ot..i •et of
which is the construction, maintenance. a:-.d
ration of a telegraph line In the counties of Fltia•
deipiltia. Delaware. Chester, Lancas:er.
laud. Franitlin, Elnnar.gd in. _Bedford. F. t.'s,
' Lawrence, 'Butler. ‘s youling. Bradford, t-..s
harms. Northampton, Lehigh, Berk&
Idatibilln. Montgomery. Carbon, Luzerm! Lasts•
watilia, Schuylkill, Columbia, Montour. SOrt'
l,erland, Lyemu lug. Union, Erie. Warren. McKean,
Crawford. Tenango, Clarion, Aruistrong. tlc-lt
moreland, Alleghany, ;Washington, Fayette, s.ni
erwt. Mercer. Dewier and Clinton. In the State of
P-mrisylvania. and for the-e purposes to have. po
sess and enjoy all the riglits, t.enefus, fraschl.es
and ptivlleges conferred by the said Act of As..,ctu
blytand Its supplements.
BEAD .k PETTlT:Solicitors.
SISI Walnut St.., Philadelphia.
A I):%IINISTRATOR'S , SALE:-
~ ity virtne of alljorder I.sued.out of - thoir;
phans* Court cif Bradford County. the niftier.
signed. Adminlstratia , Of the estate of Lawrence
Antisdel, deceased, late of the township of War.
ren. will sell at puldie sale. on the Premises. at
Stet Warren, Pa.„ on TIit7ItSBAT.• NOV Elf.
BER 10TII: at. 1 o'clock P.M.. 11O,• I%4:oaring prop-
erty. to , vit : - Beginning at -a stake and stones ia
creek on. line of William Co.rtin lot # thence iv'
same. south 4'l' 4 degree.. writ 13 9-11"gperCh , S to
stake and stone.; thence by land of I. A.4..isdel
tooth 31:ti degrees. tarsi II 3.10 perches If , 'rats
and stones; thence by land of Ira Corldn south.e-i
degrees. east 5 4.10 perches to stake and s:cr.es;
thence north 51% degrees. east 'l'.l 7-11 ',etches to
stake and stones in creek On tine id ti'lser Cor14:1
lot ; thence north 35. a d• greet. west by vane 6 !in.*
perches to place et beginning, con aining In
relies. strict measute. be the same more or leas.
" LSt.—All that certain other lot, piql-e or parcel
Of land. situate in -the township of Warren afore
said. and beriuded.as follows:. to-wit : Itegloata;
at the northeast corner of Joseph Daw. lot. te , nce
north 50.) degrees...east IC9 perches to a eomera
• Wm. Corbin lot ; thence north 30 degas. = . west " 1,
perches to a line of I'. Rogers ; thence al. ::g' 3 : I
II" south " 15 degrees. west 16 5•10 iterehe• te a cur•
nee of I'. Brows lot; thence along a o.L , ••f sail
lot south 3.5 degrees, west 157 Morrie. t , .- 1,, q 11
Baas lot ; thence :along the said Ilan: lo: cast St
perches to the place, of b-glto•tog, ceLtal:t4 s - 1
acres. and 36 perches. be the sante wore or less:
excepting and reserving one acre c•r t Leo Cls alts'
northwest corner of said land, sill to Lasleco"
Autistic' in his lifetime to Emily Pitcber 34•15 el
which her mottle' and brotLer are toot - !:-..1•::.
TERM; OF SALE —.too to be µ44.1;. ,
Shiner on the proti . ,lty attn. - ', tt.cr.e .
half or the Faleace oh-the sa:e,
and the balance In on year ttunt by •iet
.wlth latciest front conflrmalhiri.
CATIIAILIN E Ul.
West Warren, ra., tt,!.
A Letteia of adnitnigrati..o rot., ' , sutra '1
annex() laving lawn gratt•ett to Ow 0 , ..nr , f /
upon the etttato of Mary E. Ilao!ot:.
bury township. Bradford Ct untA., ~ . ..erof,
hereby risen th:lt • I t i d.cMel
- to -said -- istat..s are retpte,tol t‘•
payme,,t, and all twrsons baritt7. t•lttat.
atalust tht! , %2111 a nil; prost•nt t holt, %Info::: delaf
in proper order [dr sot t lemon: to IVV:n.titt
of Iliugbantton. Ni ts York.
. WILLI ALM 11AN LON% lAd:ninl•tredr.
Binghamton. N. V— Augnst 15' issi.
—___ . . _
b Ntl ' ICE. Le t.
Leta testamentary has it.g 41.1
Alba Hossiorth, late - O! P. , rV4 .. . ! :
. uuder.ihela„,res testener.t C.
deceased, all personsAndt!tded to the, ,13 , ‘ • Of 4 .
decedent a e hereby notified to mike homed:it)
payment, and all having elatin• ~'•/'4 13
must present the same duly atitheutteerd tJ
undersigned ter s,..ttleseepa.
L. 1.. Exo:Ma.
I.eltai r sville„ Pe.. Oct. S. i551 , a..••.
EXECUTORS" 'NOT 1C E. Let'
ten testamentary haying been granted 1011,
undersigned, under the last ill and testameat
Hiram Hereon, late of Stand! , g tatora t,wp.. deed.
all persons Indebted to the estate or uld dreedes l
are hereby notified to make Innurdier par
Ment, and- all claims against se" etteS
inns% present the mule duly authenticated to al
- "I • JOHN tittltOON.
L. N. GoßpoN.
itaadligetone, pat O.:deter 5,40/4"‘•