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E. E. HAWLETLEDIVR.
/PLONTROS ' . PENNIA
WEIGNESDAv, TlAnen is._lB7/.,..4,
first tinge • in S'gteen: Years : - The - Oid
Granite State is Redeemed from Radical
ism:: litiliense - "gains thr•Ongliont the
entire State! Tlie Democrats elect the
GOrern'or, h Majority of the Senate, and
all of the Congressmen !II
The New Congress.
The New Congress was organized on
the 441 of March. The vote for Speaker,
in the House, resulted:
For Janis G. Blaine, Republican, 126
" George W. Morgan. Democrat, 93
The States of New Hampshire, Con
necticut, California and Texas, were not
represented, no elections having yet been
held by them fur this Congress.—The
House is made up in the following man
v ac , Ane i es ..
'Necessary for a majority
It can thus be seen that the two-thirds
power which for eight years has been
lodged in the hands of the Radicals has
departed. In. the two proceeding Con
gresses they could suspend the rules at
will, and to pass any infatnons bill thought
necessary to maintain their hold upon
the country. or rob its treasury. By this
power most of the unjust bills which now
disgrace the statute books of the nation,
were adopted. A change has been effect-
oil in that important particular. and here
after each measure will have to pass
through the ordeal of examination and
debate. The nation will gain by the
downfall of the two-thirds rote in Con
gress, and pnblin and private rights rest
upon a more secure foundation.
The following is the classification of
the politics of the two parties in the For
te-second Congress ascording to Mr. Mc-
Phtmotes list, ;_ R. nnblimio,., RCI
ocratic,including the Third District of
Arkansas not yet heard from, 91; Inde
pendant, viz., James G. Blair, of Missouri.
1 ; total, 227; vacancies in Illinois and
Michigan caused by the election of Logan
and_Ferry to the 'Senate, 2 ; making total.
229; to be elected. New Hampshire, 4 ;
Connecticuit, 4; Te x as, 4; California, 3;
total number of members, 243. There
are from twelve to fifteen contested seats
of the ninety-six Democrats above men
tioned. Two, Du IPfis, of Georgia, and
Roger of North Carolina, and probably
Waddell of North Carolina. are barred b y
the fourteenth amendment. They will
not be able to qualify until their disabili
ties are removed by act of Congress.
The Apportionment of !Ate State.
The fuliniruz a mie gseit.,—,..+ hill has
been reported . from the Senate Commit
L First, Second. Third, Fourth, Sev
enth, Eight and Ninth wards, 1.
11. Tenth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth.
Fifteenth, Twentieth and Twenty-ninth
111. Fifth. Sixth, Eleventh, Twelfth,
Sixteenth, Seventeenth and Eighteenth
IV. Nineteenth. Twenty-first, Twenty
second, Twenty-third, Twenty-fourth,
Twenty-fifth, twenty-sixth, Twenty-sev
enth, and Twenty-eight wards, 1.
V. Chester ana. Delaware, 1.
VI. Montgomery, 1.
VII. Bucks and Northampton, 1.
VIII. Berke, 1.
IX. Lancaster, 1.
X. Sebnykill, 1.
X l. Lehigh and Cardon, 1.
XII. Dauphin and Lebanon, 1.
XIII. Lnzerne, Monroe, Pike and
XIII. Bradford, Susquehanna and Wy
XV. Columbia, Lycomin,g Tina Sullivan,
XVI. Potter, Tioga, McKean and
XVII. Clinton, Union, Northnmber
iand and Montour. 1.
Jib 111. -Blair, Cambrili, Clearfield and .
XIX. Cumberland and York, 1.
XX. Adams and Franklin, 1.
XXI. Huntingdon, Bedford and Ful
XX IL Synder, Juniata, Mifflin, Cen
tre and Perry, 1. •
XXIIL Allegheny, 8.
XXIV. Indiana, Jefferson and Arm
X X V. Somerset and Westmoreland, 1
XXVL Fayette, Greene and Washing
XXVII. Beaver, 14twerence and But-
XXVIII. Clarion, Venango, Forest and
XXLX. Crawford, Erie and Warren, 2.
Adams and Franklin, 2 ; Allegheny,
7 ; Armstrong, 1 ; Beaver, 1 ; Bedfoid
and Fulton, f; Berks, 3 ; Blair, 1 ' • Brad
ford, Sullivan and Wyoming, 2 ; Bucks,
2 ;Dialer, 1; Cambria, 1 ; Cameron and
Clinton, 1; Carbon. 1 ; Chester, 2; Centre
and Clearfield; 2; Clarion and Forest, 1;
Columbia, 1; Crawford, 2; Cumberland,
1; Dauphin, 2; Delaware, 1; Ei4e, 2 ;
Elk and Jefferson, 1; Fayette, 1; Greene,
1 ; Huntingdon, 1; Indian.i, 1; Juniata,
Idifillu - and Perry, 2; Lancaster, 3; Law
erence, 1;. Lebanon, 1; Lehigh; 2; Lu
zerne and Monrtie, 6;- pyeotnin g . Snyder
and Union, 2; 'Mercer, 1; McKean and
Potter; 7 l - Mon t&mery, 2 ; Montour and
Northampton, 2; Pike and Wayne, 1 . ;
Schuylkill; 0 ;•Somerket, 1; Susquehanna,
1 ; Tioga, 1; Venango, • 1; Warren, •1;
Westmoreland, 2; York, - 2 Washington,
1; Philadelphia, 10: - •• •
—The Loniscille "Journal^ hits pfttti
bard Opp it tays that "if nu:wholly frad
met-Christopher Columbus itt . the middle
o f the titian tic, and told hirik, that lie-was
discovering tootle try that wonld ultiznate
lyfall into the bands of each an Ad-Minis
tration nz the present he would, have
gone haat honte and stayed there."
The,„oetnal Wit of the, business
ilooe:by, the'9,6oP • NcSalt - Cw4Pita, YO 2 '''
ganiied in1,8.60;f0: be kreaiot,,t,!ncie, ii
t02;4ig,t;84,11.8: ' - ~_
•"still Untolog on my lionglnce.
General drant still holds on to the San
Domingo job. When asked how lie in
tended to takeßichmond, the answer was,
by." hammering." That .is his - plan 'in
relation to the purchase and aunosatien
of San Aiming°. lle. l "keeps up the hata
mering process upon the, Senate and
House.'. inen.a Senator visits the White'
House on business,. no matter what itS
character or import, he is approiteliolon
the subject of the job. When a petition
is gtanted - fifia , Conilition is not imposed,
a favor is intimated. Congressmen are
constantly reminded that a- ready-way of .
obtaining the: gbisd7:gracti' .7 Of :the Presi 7
dent, is to favor his petproject of 'tropi
.cal acquisition, ,The ;latest intimati on, from • the 'President IS:that'll& Will" tisk -
Congress to appropriate a million and a
half dollars, in gold, subject to his orders,
so that he may pay for San Domingo dur
ing the recess, if he can get the Semite in
a special session v to ratify its purchase.
This is neesssary in order to satisfy_ the
demands of Baez. It will be remembered'
that this wholesale dealer in islands;
towns, and water privileges reminded the
Commissioners that certain sums were
due upon the old bargain, which he ex
pected paid, before the matter proceeded
further. The colored Yankee exidently
is not inclined to trust his august'brother
in Washington too far. It is, thenifore,
necessary that General Grant shouldhave
funds - to meet bld liabilities, and, at the
same time, point up for a new game. But
the introduction of such a bill into the
House will bring up the whole question
of the annexation, sale and transfer of.
San Domingo to the United States, as
well as Ole part the President has
acted and is now acting in the transaction.
In that case, most likely, General Grant
will get a hammering. The testimony of
Mr. Perry, of -Bristol, Rhode Island; - who
was sent by the President with authority
to negotiate a treaty with the Dominican
government, is flat in the face of the
present annexation project. Mr. Perry
says the scheme of annexation did not
meet the approval of the people; that it
was not safe to mention. it to them, and
"when the subject was announced, Presi
dent Bacz's headquarters were covered by
guns of the United States gunboats Nan
tasket and Swatara." Fabens, claiming
to represent the people, was one of a po
litical,"Ring" desirous of having the
whole country annexed. The whole cor
respondence relating to this scheme was
carried on between President Grant and
the parties, through General Babcock,
and not through the State Department,
the only legitimate channel." t Mr. Perry
:1150 states that he WA] On intimate terms
with Baez until that leader found out he
was opposed to the grants and concessions
of land which he was giving to his
friends., Fabeds, Caznean, and other par
ties, and then he was discarded. Admir
al Poor and Captain Bunce were also op
posed to-drisisnd-grabbing scheme, and
they nacre relieved from duty. The naval
force sent there was sent to protect Baez
against the opposers of annexation. These
filets were communicated by Mr. Perry to
the President, but they made no impres
sion upon his mind. He still pushed on
the annexation column, and used the na
ry and money of the United States to
further his purposes and those of the
-Ring" of corrupt jobbers in New York.
No appropriation should be made to per
fect Phis rascally scheme, and if a bill is
offered to earrx_ it. nem-.
or , rm a n-a - u - onservatives win hammer it
to death. They can do so, now that the
two-third rule has departed from the
SENATE, March 7.—The Committee ap
pointed to wait on the President, reported
that lie would' r fi — al'e a communication to
lay before them in the course of a week,
and that he requested them not to adjourn
at present. A manorial was presented
from J. C. Abbot, of North Carolina.
claiming the seat of Hon. Zebulon B.
Vance. A number of bills were presen
ted and referred. A joint resolution was
passed authorizing the President to ap
point a commission to the International
Oqpgress on penitentiary discipline at
Florence, Italy. The House resolution to
adjourn on, Wednesday, was laid on the
table. Tile Senate then adjourned till
Hors' —ln the House Mr. Niblack of
fered a resolution requesting the Speaker
to proceed at once to the appointment of
committees. The Speaker gave his views
on the subject, in favor of the proposi
tion, but stated, that if the House adjourn
ed within two weeks, he deemed it inex
pedient to announce the Standing Com
mittees at this session, except the Com
mittees on Elections, Mtleage,,,,Accounis
and Pnblie Bbildings. • Several members
expressed their views. Mr. Wheller mov
ed to lay Mr. Niblack,s motion on the ta
ble ; agreed to. A bill to remove the po
litical disabilities of John B. Halley, of
Jasper county, Illinoijs, was passed. The
Senate joint resolution • for the appoint
ment of a commission to the Tnternation
, al Congress on penitentiary discipline, was
passed. At 1:40 r. m. the House adjourn
ed till Thursday.
SENATE, March 10.--Mr. Howe having
presented a list of the Standing Commit
tees of the Senate, Mr. Summer asked
that his name he stricken from the Com
mittee of Elections and Privileges • the
request was complied tvith. Mr. Schurz
moved that further action be postponed
in order that the difference in the Radical
party might be reconciled. Mr. Morrill,
of Vermont, was in favor' of acting on
the committees now, us all menus of
changing the Committee on Foreign Re
lations had been exhausted. • Mr. Schurz
asked " was it the duty of Senators to dis
grace Mr. 'Summer because be was ob
jected to 14 some of the members of the
administration? Was it not time they
should refuse to take notice. of public
dinners as being connected with public
affairs ? Should the Senators or the' Re
publican party sacrifice themselves to the
whims of one man r Mr. Wilson favored
the retention of Mr. Summer. Mr. Ed
munds ranged hiniself on the side of the
administration. ~ Messrs.. Corbett, Scott,
Howe, and Stewart. also-Supported the
San Domingo party. • . .
Horsz.—ln .the llotise:a joint fesoln
tion was passercOnstruing the, .Reietine
act so as. toprciiide for the admission" :of
animals for - breiadink purposeifree:ordn=
y from CabadaL. Mr. Dawes..introdrided
a Deficietiey bill for 1141,1555,: : and' e*-
plained 1113 w it fleas. me: ilecasarjr;
bill was paisal --The House - then, went
into Committee" 6f.,;tha.:Wlasl6.4it.tbe bill
to Rep6al the Duty";sin& .- -Vaal•
The bill wig joarlepritn*::With'..iiiiiend•
meats, and mr.imi , Azion g ~taotect the
present Tarifflaw safitis:aMetilitientiltait
called for • the'reafraimMid.itiODOt
mittre:ime • andli* g?uSe .,ll 4.ooi/Od up!
stil Monday. - - •
MU*hie We FillieintliAmendinent;
The following is a synoris'of the bill
passed by Congress the' other day to
amend-an-Act, approred May 31, 1870,
entitled `‘ An Act to ebforce the rights of
citizens (niggers) of the United States to
'vote in the.several States of this Union,
and for Other iiihrposeli." The leading
turpiise" pt , rpelnate the
power of -the Radical party:
Enacts that, the-following)
acts'sball considertd• crimes, and,
po,nishable as provrqs-in . • section
Personating and regisierjag of attempting
to- register, or--in, -registering
frandideatly ypretqutpig...any. i one from,
regliteringilriterfering Witham • officer of
registration ; false registration by officers
of registration tneglect.of their duties in
regard to registration and return& This
section provides that its provisions shall
extend to every registration made under
State laws when a member or delegate of
Congress is to be chosen.
SEC. 2. Enacts, that if in cities of more,
than 20,000 inhabitants two citizens shall,
prior to an election of a member of Con
gress, make known to the Judge of the
Circuit Court that they wish to have the
registration guarded and scrutinized, it
shall be the duty of the Jlidge to open
his Court ten days prior to the registra
tion or election. The Judge shall appoint
two citizens " who shall bo of' different
political parties" as Supervisors of Elec
tion. The Court is to continue open un
til the election, and the Judge sitting at
Chambers shall have the same powers as
when sitting in Court.
SEC. 3. Enacts that,in case of necessity
the Judge shall appoint as his substitute
ono of the Judges of the United States
District Courts within his circuit.
SEC. 4. Defines the duties of Supervis
ors of Elections. They .are required to
attend the registration of voters; to chal
lenge persons offering to register; to mark
for challenge such names as are pointed
out of them, to prepare a list of voters
for the Judge; and to sign each page of
the oris ' . inal list of voters.
SEC.S. Enacts that the Supervisors
shall inspect and scrutinize on the day of
election the manner in which the voting
is done, and examine and count every bal
lot, whatever may be the indorsement on
it, or in whatever box it may be Mind.
The Supervisors are to report to the Chief
Supervisors of the Judicial District the
Jesuit of the election, and any observation
they wish to make touching the fairness
of the registry, election, and canvass of
SEC. 6. Empowers the Supervisors to
occupy such place at the registry, Toting
and counting. as will enable them to do
I.their duty effectively.
SEC. 7. Enacts that if the Supervisors
are prevented from fulfilling their duty
they are to report within ten days to toe
Supervisors of the Judicial District who
is empowered to act as Commissioner of
the Circuit Court, examine witnesses. and
report to the Clerk of the House of Rep
resentatives prior to the assembling of
SEC. 8. Empowers the United States
Marshal to appoint Deputy Marshals, who
are authorized to maintain order, ,make
summary arrests, and assist the Supervis
ors, who are themselves invested, in cer
tain contigeneies, with the duties and
powers of Deputy Marshals. No one is to
be arrested without process on election
day for any offense committed on the day
S re. 9. Peramis orrostoal for riolot ions
of this act are to be brought before a Cum- i
missioner, Judge, or Court of the United
SEC. 10. Imposes imprison merit for not
less than one or more than two years, or a
tine of not less than $l,OOO or more than
83.000, or both fine and imprisonment
with the cost of prosecution, on any one
committing the crimes named in this act.
or pre , . ent ing its execution. Persons who
refuse to give evidence, or shall answer
falsely, are liable to arrest and imprison- ;
men t as for a misdemeanor.
SEc. 11. 3lakes it a misdemeanor for
Supervisors or Deputy Marshalls to ne
glect or refuse to perform their respective
SEc. 12. Empowers the United States
Marshal or his deputy, in ease of need, to
call on the United States Military or na
val forceA to assist him. Commanding of
ficers are bound to comply.
SEC. 13. The Circuit Courts are in
structed to appoint Commissioners, one of
whom shall be known as the Chief Super
visor of Elections, who is charged with
numerous duties incidental to the pur
pose of the Set.
Site. 14. Fixes the rate of remuneration
for services rendered under thisact, which
are to be paid from the United States
SEC. IS. Extends the jurisdiction of the
United States Circuit Court to all snits
arising under this act.
SEc. 16. Enacts that all snits brought in
State Courts for any net done under this
act, may-be removed to the United States
Circuit Court. and affords the necessary
SEC. 17. Provides fur cases where the
clerk of a State Court refuses to give cop
ies of any record or proceedings needed
for suits in the United State&
SEC. 18. &peals sections 5 and 9of the
"Act to amend the .Naturalization laws,
and punish crimes against the same," ap
proved July 14, 1870, without offending
any prosecution under it.
Origin of Longfellow's Evangeline
Hawthorne dined one day with Long
and brought with him a friend
from Salem. After dinner the friend
said: "I have been trying to persuade
Hawthorne to write a story, based upon a
legend of Acadie, and still current there ;
the legend of a girl who, in the dispersion
of the Acedians, was separated from ,her
lover and passed her life in waiting and
seeking for him and only found him dying
in a hospital, when both were old." Long
fellow wondered that this legend did not
strike the fancy of Hawthorne, and said
to him: "If yon have really made up
your.mind not to use it for a story, will
yon . give it to,rne for a poem?" To this
IL - awthorne assented, and moreover prona•
ised not to treat the subject in prose till
LOngfellow, had seen what, he could do
with it inverse. And soave have 'vatige
line" in beautiful heiameters—a poem
that willhold Its place in literature while
true affection 4Fts. Hawthorne rejoiced
in . gfeat stteceis;ot
toyed, to count up the editilinkboth' fdr
eign and Agiericfm, of th!i:Dow world
itnikAjirits lit the'Neorid, ivhese bolder
maim female inflnerice ad irably serves
trireme teMpy and' perhaps it is
haat:erne' enlogium :of the Ixiet=thlit
thirit itilisenbe many- a man bed
beetr - 4 brctte tidied?' • - '
• t. ,- 4 - 4 -,- ;•; r
mos to roitn-eris.
Now that winter is approaching, it
would perhaps.be as well to discontinue
haying, and turn your atteation "to r get
ring in your fall saw-logs.".' No farmk
can consider his falliork - complete:until.
he has his cellar well suppled with saw.'
logs. Seated around the blating" heart'
of a winter's bight, there is no fruit more
delicious.. .A ,corresporutent iisks us what
we think of late plowing. Plowing eliou~il
iifot be - gontitined la;er : than:len prZelpyen
O'cldek' at night. It gets the liertles in 'the
Habit staying pvit te e a h t l. und uly
poses thei)low: -- We - have known plows i
to acquirestrinland- iniiimmatery•
rheumatisnyfrOin't late' plowing: "Dona'
do it. •To another correspondent Who
wants us to suggest a good drain' 'on - a
farm, we would say, a heavy' mortgage at
ten per cent. will drain it about 'as rapid
ly as anything we know of. ' •
When you make cider, select nothing
but the soundest turnips, -chopping them
into' sled lengthibefore cradling them. In
boiling your,cider use plenty of ice, and
when boiling hang if up iu the sun 'to
dry. A pick ax should never be used in
picking apples. It has a tendency to
break dowu the vines and damage the
In sowing your winter apple jack; a
horse rake will be found preferable'to a
step ladder. Step ladders are liable to
freeze up, and are hardly palatable un
less boiled with sugar.
In cutting down hemlock trees for can
ning, select only the largest. Don't throw
away tilt chips us they make fine parlor
ornaments, encased in rustic frames of
salt and vinegar.
The coming cold weather should sug
gest to the humane farmer the necessity
for a good cow-shed. The following is a
receipt for making a good cow-shed ;'Pour
a pailful of boiling hot water on her
back, and if that don't make a good cow--
shed—her hair—we are no prophet to
anybody. Now is the the time for plant
ing your winter hay. The pink-eyed
Sonthdown is probably the best variety,
as it don't need poling and begins to lay
\V no ART THOU.—A few Sabbaths
since, a stout, fatherly-looking man was
pressing his way through the crowd in
Plymouth church, in order to get nearer
Beecher, when he was arrested in hie pro
gress by that great preachers voice, sing
ing on t the words - of the text: "Who art
thou?" "Who art" Thou ?" again stied
out the dramatic preacher. The stout
party, thinkinithmself in the wrong, per
haps, by pressingToriviird, and believing
himself to be personally addressed, startled
the brethern and nouplusstml, their rev
erend chieftain by sedately replying: "I'm
a pig merchant from Ohiengo, sirs I hope
yon ain't mad. Th.‘re aint nary chair or
else I'd a sot down." •
'est Virginia, Legal State
In a recent case the Supreme Court of
the United Sietes have dteided that the
processes by which the territory of West
irvinia was wrested from old *Virginia,
during the war were legal. In order to
reach this couclusion the court were com
pelled to adopt the theory that the 'bogus
state of which Piet-Tont was governor,
and which consisted of soldiers, sutlers,
and stragglers from Alexandria to - Acquia'
creek said Fortress Monroe, was in fact
o,te_qr Vircrfiaja, and capable of giv
ing I an , '
tion. The transfer was about as legal as
the annexation of Alsace by the Germans.
It grew out of revolution and violence,
but such facts become as deeply imbed
ded in history as if the transfer has been ,
peaceful and regular, and in accord with
the will of the entire people. As revoln
tien and war caused the division. of this
state, it is not probable that. it will ever
he reunited, except in the storm of revoln
ion, whatever may be thought of the
decision of the court.
Business Minters. •
—1,3-man Sherman gives notice of Public sale
at Dimock corners on Tuesday March 28. Ad
vertisement will appear next , week.
—The Meat Markel' farigitrly Shelp and Par
meter will be conducted by David Parmeter.
—Letters Testamentiry issued in the Estate of
Polly Slyter, Forest Lake. Harvey Birdsall
—Blatehley's cueumbir,wood pump Is adver
—More about the Gold Loan, Jay Cooke &
—Toronto Chief, J. 31. Crisman Elk Lake.
The Salt Well
Dr. D. A. Lathrop in order to test the strength
of brine in the well of Susquehanna Salt and
31 - ining Company, evaporated 79 pounds of
brine which produced ten pounds and nine
uunces of salt.
The Storm. ' '
We had one of the seirrest rain StOrrrlS that
has visited this section of ' country M a long
time on Sunday last. The rain commenced fah
ling in torrents about ten o'clock, and continued
incessantly until evening, elating - with a slight
fall of snow. The streams became greatly swol
len, roads badly washed, and bridges damaged.
We learn that the flats on the Churchill farm,
and Allen Welche's farm on Snake Creek were
very badly daruagt ;Mit is'elaimed that Mr. Welch
suffered to the amount of 'sl,ooo.
Joseph Sexton and Win. 'Bryan, Were arrested
on Sunday last, by constable Taylor at Susque
banns Depot, for breakiug into Crandalre
store in that place on Satorclai last; and lodged
in Montrose jell on Monday morning., They
took, about 400 in, muttey i nerly pennies,
and a quantity of goods. They endeavored, to
dispose of she pennies on board the caiik. for 73
cents on the dollar. T,heatoney and goods.urSu
found In their posesaion, itud the9- 8 0411"0 4 .459
their guilt. It is reported that, is Odition. to
the theft 007. dattutged a:large quantity .of goods
in the store by greasing . thcm
.. vath ajar of lard
found In the store,. This txquldlndletite double distilled maliclousuota447A
tric.nr7. tAsll it' • ,
Ksed to say that the t ro.rrero three .Classeli,,9l
PeoPIPOVIULITkom i t was never sate to qingrel.
alikitstenl; ihr the miqii,thak; titey paid
dunhtutbe ti frotrt the ;polpittaa4 I.bad,none
through which to reply, licond, Editors ; for
they had the mast PeValidMines frogi'whiell
they could every day jiorl wrath $l4 fury aP9A
meouid I.hati:nano_ through whiciLto
And finally, with women; for theY.W,9l3ld.beva
the •last trial
The has thelt;iipPu' New
3fllfory3, 4 4114iit:tin:oys - , les am* at:timi I*mi
Mite; imilauidst pyrigeirtbiiii*4o ;i
• - wo 50 10L At.
Saffidtifiktbiliiiiiir • .UgtdkMlCl:tt ---
Nothwithstinding the storm on Newby- ev
ening last, a laze clad appreciative audience as
' pd tit theNtalst, Oar*, tavitne!s_the
~ r 4entiitrO- n kof liitje ocenctekii_ d at2tuary,
i brotight out bfNarcy's Scloptyl6n; inqspersed
1 ilt,heome weir:Selected mulls al ehoriam from
the - cidldren ot: , :tlie Sakltaill Sctiool:'-ijrcrn!:
vaintiVe harhea'rel ' iesplvting tit . power of:
Marcy's Sciopticon, our expectations were con-
niep IA witnessing its power. We have never
.seiia any instrakiern)64 f l iiitS:6) &Effect in its
representations, particularly of statuary. The
1 reciscrcktzirkilkoutriatio 04irrAte
denude them of all appearance of tr.mrtace Pic
tures, hut they ieinlid4.ll;draliiftiplmi4heir bases
as clearly delineated writ jest quitted by the
hand of the 'Set' iiipi6l l :' Elder . Poid'e 'ieniarks as
he exhibited the different scenes were concise
and Instriictive and his selectiona and arrange
. ment displayed excellent taste. We have not
time or space to particalarite as we would wish,
but we must mention-the dosing piece of statu
ary, "The mother's prayer," such is beautiful
representattlon, anti so appropriate. Such an
entertainment Is mentally and morally, eleva
ting, and Elder Pord's'efforte should be duly ap
preciated by this community. About $4O were
Death dP.lladati Courogham.
The particulars as far as known, of the acci
dent which resulted in the sadden - death of
Judge Conyngham are thus given by a Wilkes-
Barre correspondent of the &route* Repubii
The storfof the accident which caused the
death of the Jude, as we understand it, is about
as follows: Amving at Magnolia. Bliss, about
nine o'clock last Thtirsday evening, the train
atoptied there fbr the passengers to - take supper.
The Judge,Jtlr. W. 1.4. Gonyngbani; and an' old
gentleman named Henderson, who had traveled
with them from Pittsburg, left the train together
and took their supper at the 'hotel near by, the
usual place, the Judge - eatlng very heartily.
While they were thus engaged their train was
taken -away from the place they left it, and
another came up, and when they returned they
went into one of the ears, to find, however,
that it did not belong to- their train, and very
naturally they turned to leave It. The train
was slowly starting, and they did so with some
baste. Idr. Vir., L. Ccunyngtuun and 31r. Hender
son alighting without trouble, except a harmle.s.s
tall on the part of the latter. The Judge was
not so fortunate, as in stepping off the car steps
to the platform of the depot, which was rather
low, he stumbled and fail, with his lugs between
the platform and she cars of.thetrain, and when
they had passed it was foun d that his legs, be
low the knees, were crushed In a terrible man
ner. It is 'tiot , known. whether they bail been
crushed between the platform and the steps of.
the cars or whether the wheels of one truck
had passed uy'er them, and there app`ears to he
no conclusion as to which was the probable
way. - Ire was taken to the lintel and -medical
aid Immediately summoned, and everything
1 possible was done for his comfort. He did not
I realize the extent of his injury at first. no pain
attended It, and be even made no attempt to
get up. before he was removed from the platform.
I saying, "No matter I air not hurt; 1 will get up
in a few moments." He lived two hours and
j towards the last, when action seemed to be
taking place, and he began to feel some pain,
and was told how scrims. his injury was be de
amputation to he performed. Injections
of morphia tip made to allay the pale, while
preperationawere makin g for the amputation,
but under the aetts of the morphia he seemed
to decline; arid nova great while after dissoln
[ion- toolcribiee. His last words were, "I. know
that my Redeemer livetb." When the result of.
the accident thecame known in 3lagnolia the
sympathies or the 3las'ons and ladies particular
ly of the village seethed to be unlimmded. Re
ligions services -crew. performed over the re
mains,- and the coflin was profusely strewn
with flowers. Their attention and interest were
of the most commendable character.
Tbb Ward—Schtider Slloofing Affitir.
was shot by Harry Ward on the 22d ult., died
ern Thursday evening last, at ntssut 8 o'clock,
having lived nine days.
Te deceased was a young gentleman of fine
abilities, of more than ordinary culture and re
finement, muttutiness qualifications that fitted
him for any position in life. He was for several
}-ears Secretary of the Great Western Life in
surance eompady, which position he held at
the time the company suspended. He had jest
Made an engagement with another insurance
company at a large salary, and was making his
first busincts trip when he came to this place.
At the home of his parents, Lima, N. Y., he
bore an unblemished character; and in New
York, where he was raised for the past few
years, he walked its the best circles, and was a
teacher in the Sunday-school. During the few
days bo was compelled to remain hem, he won
for himself , the regard and hearty sympathy not
only of those who made his acquaintance, but
of the entire community. Dear as life was to
him in his young manhood, he never murmured
nor complained, but bore his affliction with
true christian heroism. His bereaved parents
with saddened hearts bore the lifeless remains
of their tally son, whom they had loudly hoped
would he their stay and support in declining
years, away on Saturday morning, to deposit
them in their last resting-place at Lima, N. Y.
But they "mourn not as those who mourn with
On the death of Mr. Schader a warrant was
issued for Mr. Ward, and he was arrested, but
allowed to remain at his own house inthe
tody of Constable Boise.
Nathan Tidd, Esq., summoned a coroner s
jury. After remaining in session for nearly two
days and examining several witnesses, they
made the followingreport
003f407SWEAT.TIT OP PA.., BILADVOVID CO., es : •
An inquisition indented and held at Totrantla,
in the county of Bradford, the third and, fourth
days of March, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and seventy-one. be
fore me, Nathan Till& a . JOStiise of the Peace,
acting as Coroner of the County aforesaid upon
the view or the body of Wesley Eugene Schader,
then and there lying dead, upon the oaths of
Harry . Mix, F. ,J. Calkins. James McCabe,
Frances Watts, Jas. 0. Frost and Ira B. Hum
phrey, grist and latrful men of the county
aforesaid, who upon being, sworn to enquire
upon the part of the Commonwealth; whim,
where and bow,and after, what manner the, said
Wesley Eugene Schader 'came to his death, do
eras upon their , oaths that'otie Harty Want of
Towanda', Bradford cauntv, State of Pettnsvl
rrnia; on the 22d. day of February, 1871, at the
dwelling-itoase, of , t Ito mid Henry . Ward,in. the
borough of Towanda, county ufortAild, ita,and
upon the aforesaid Wesley Eugene f4eliader,
felcininusly, violently and of hiS -mane& itfore
thottght made an assault, and-that the aforesaid
Harry Ward with A certain. pistol shot' leaden
bullet iatq..thq.-hody of ~the aforeeaid,Wtmley
Eugene Schader &Men and there, „violently.
feloniously, with ntallee'aforethou"ht, shoot and
give-to the laid • Wasiley'Ena.ene Schaileti,:then
and there, with the pistol and bullet aforesaid,
one atonal wound, of whielksaid mortal wound
the said Wesley:Eugene „Sehatlei, at Towanda
Aforesaid In the cO aforesaid,tafiguistied and
lingniShlne,, livedom 'the said ddy of
Febniary, In - the aforesaid; to' the 2d day
of March in„the year dfiir yld,etrTowitwiu
aforesaid In the county aforesaid, of that appal
3/00.14. mitt the said Her,r.Y WeArtlien.find 1
there felontouSii'llilled• and wounded the laid
WeileyEigenelkhatler; against the Peace anti
wittmas mberPtills J0140' 06 00 . C. 4 kr•
Merl as tiM Pe" litarCsakfm
_lira 1 4. ibis Olaf'
sitiopput,thp ed. 11.0 .jayeitti
yearn and at paee'rreeltinsChirrenatinedi'v
-':Ntetlfmr Tito; 4.1 k, ticting , Ocatinfit , 4Bealtj
"liZtl'O'eitAlWl., rrei'f • , i.•
JAB. 0. FROGIV , iI . III'.:
I , 4 llriakplitilnaffr.
;7.lliejav d 'loci* allow copied f!ni.ei•,
ft* t nortgiaatiiisothe* wh iN dto ro ,
OM Via a *.x.4 AO 4ivir
14. IA •
and they - theieupon:declined to suggist any
w rrNani wirommitted, but his counsel
for a writ of "habetirctitpi"
its" el 4 hirrifbOttglit before Judge Marrot .
who,44ter e4i'i'iihaing several witnesses, admit..
,ted hird to ball in the sum of ten thousand dol-
F.-mans and E. T. For-eiguett
-....11.r.-rkitaftsluculfidentthat whcp the 'put
ter is brought before Court, as it will be, he can
proie that the shooting was accidental...
The' ibligifilita"'l 72 l - iiiiiiiiittnrcliiniCtin`
French paper,„,:ltien'bill posinnted to the cu
rate of the chnich of Barrvllle in 1710 by.
Jacques Barhor,. ti4orgtivo,painter
1. Correcting and revarnishing the ten com
2. Embellishing Pontius Pilate and putting a
ribbon in his hat.
3. Putting a new ;tail to 84.-Peter's cock and
repairing his camp.
4. Fixing the good thief to his cross, and
making a new - finger for the same.
5. Restoring the Angel Gabriel's eye.
6. Washing the servant of Capitals the high
priest• and putting ronguo on his cheeka
7. Renewing the heavens. adding two stars,
gilding the sun and waShing the moon.
S. Brightening the names of purgatory and
restoring several .souls..
0. Renewing theßres of bell putting a new
tail to Lucifer, repairing his left claw, and mak
ing SeVeral snits for the damned,
10. A new border for Herod's robe, putting in
two new teeth end re adjusting his wig.
11. Patching the leather breeches of Amos
and putting two buttons on his waistcoat.
12. Cleaning theatre of Balaufs ass, and new
14. Restoring the car rings to Sarah's. ear.
15. A new pebble'in David'd sling, enlarging
Gash's heed, and setting his foot further back.
16. New teeth in the' jaw bone of the ass it
Sampson's hand. ,
17. Pitching:the bottom of Noall'saik.
15. Putting a new shirton the prodigal son.
Total 70 livres, 65 sots" •
Another Hiigh•handed Scheme!
Some ambitious county Treasurers 'have at
length capped the climax. of cool impudence !
They have a bill before the Legislature to extend
the term of all present county Tnxtsurnres one
year--tints adding one year to the term for
which they were elected.. To accomplish this
end, arinssessment was some time ago made up
on each Treasurer, and a large amount of mon
ey has thus been collected to purchase votes
enough to carry the bilL
An Institute will he bald at Otuat .Bend on
Friday and SAturday,3larch 17th, and 18th, com
mencing at 10 o'clock, A. M., on Friday and
cloning at 1 o'clock, P. id. Saturday. Fri
day craning will be devoted to essays, discus
sions, &c. All teachers in surrounding districts
are earnestly- requested to be present during
the session, also those expecting to teach the
coming season. Will not Directors and friends
be present with help and encouragement.
W. C. TILDES, Co. Supt.
Forest Lake Center, March, 15th, 1871.
" The Cal[ Nubiance."
A volunminous correspondent, of the Mont
rose Pitpubtiunt under the above head calls upon
the editor to "stop his paper .°
19=7E3 171.3[301 7 •°E3 E3.11.7-BM9s
.'I VIRTUE OF WRITS Ta nod by the Cony of COM
MOO fleas of Sestieenntesa County and In me di
reeled. I .10 rano, to sale by public vendor, at the
iniet lion, in Montro-c, on Saturdar. April Bth, 1.,11,
stone n'entrit P. M., the following described pieces or
P• V; i l •CiTtlivi n n ‘ Z; or TAITCLR•..r movi.vonnic in Inv
so. t•hip of Urea! Bend, In the county of Suteinenanna
and State of Penosylvania• known no the Elijah
r form.ratoly deeded by *aid Elijah Skinner to George
IV. Srnioton, and by sale. Getirgu W. Scranton to Eli. T.
Young nod Edgar Thomacand now In pos-mitlim of Ua
met Iteed.bonnthidun the north bylande of Moira FirtMn,
oil the cast by lando known as the Young. Skinner and
Thomas trot to, on the south by lands of A. T. Trout
bridge And diens Biemling..andou the west by lands of A
'l'. Trowbridge. David Thomao,and the Tate Jerks Me-
Cm rev% deceased. containing 400 acres„he the time more
or fess. end all the right. title. interest and claim of said
E. T. Yonne,. and Edgar Thomas in the saw-mill former
ly occoplett by the said Etilab Skinner, and the Water
and mill p ivi appertaining thereto, and in about
live erre, of land on which sold mill stand*, ander and
by • rine or a Ivaco made and execnt dby Ro-es 'tenon
To George W. Scranton foe sold petrilege and 'old fire
titres of land. hcing the same farm and tract of land.
i I and mill privilege which John Young, Eoq .
High Sheri ff of Sooquertanin comity Me maid, conveyed
to the said Benjamin S. Bentley, bearing date the Into
day of Jatmary. ISttd, which mid Bentley and wife con
veyed to raid Isaac 0. Bred. with the appurtenance..
three dwelling Minima. four barites, one caw-mill, out
orchards. am' about MI/acres Improved. [Ta•
n In execution at the cult .10. V. Bentley vit. Isaac G.
Reed and Southall Prins, Ernest Zieman, Over
heat. and IL J Preston. Terre Tenants,) .
ALSO—AII that retrain piece or parcel of land situate
In too town-hip ..f Bridgewater, In the county of Sns
cinelumna and Stale ol Peoneyleatils, boanded and de
rcN bed so fo3ows, to wit: a Piet- the
nor , h-m-t corner of 11 jut Of land note nr late of Datil I
eerie; thence ebmg 'he tee of wild Scoria lot south 89
rie l trein, nod 30 11311intee whet. lilt penile" to a po-t ;
thence north :111 minutes avert *.44' perches his post;
titmice north $3l %frets,. a nig:7o minters earl, 191 perche•
to n port ; thence Froth thirty minutes rant, MX perth
e- to .he lance of beginning. conmlning ST acres, with
tibia - once he the same more or less, with the apperte
;metes, I frame rater. I frame lion. I wagon house. 1
no-hoed, and about 75ecrim Improved. (Taken in exe
cution at the suit of Jackson Baldwin ve, Alfred Bald
ALSO—AII that certain piece or parcel of land situate
In the Borough of Great IT-nd In the county of Smoot ,
hattne and State of Penrityrannra. bounded Ina describ
ed as follow-, to wit: Beginnlning at a point In the
easterly side of Slain street In mild Deriagh, at the junc
tion of Water Lane with said Main street; thence cat!.
rely along the southerly 'idea said Water Lane 121; feet
to land contracted 4. t yeas Decker; thence along Diet
er's line southerly 31 feet to land contracted to A. W
Lerrahre; thence ahem said Lareab ee line areffrrly len
feettyiutaaid,-Slatu 'trees: thence. nonherly.alung said
Main street 31 feet 1 the plocaof beginning. containing
3712 square , feet, of land, be thatteame morn of ,leefi. with
the apitterteramies. 1 frame dwelling b • ore, and" all im
lrmad.—[Taken In execution at the suit of George
unch vs. Newton W. Deyoe And Wolter Paintln, assign
ed to I. J. litmtten, re... Newton W, Deyoe.j
ALSO—AII dente two Orem' or parcels of tandvltaate
In the toroshlp of Roth. to the county of easquehatuitt
and stale of Pennsylvania. the first theme( bounded and
deiterthedni follows, to wit Begiontox.it an irothwond
le the on ea-t !Inc of the Robert Carson maunder;
thence north 81 degree. west 94 perches to a beech
thence north 34 degrees east eking the line of said Car
rion survey to the ecirner of Peleg, Huadtere land, "thence
east to a reel In a range with theltne of land known re
the Fetnel* tract timing lb° Gannet Dumbly wattmeter);
-hence simth, Pllll In the range of the west lbw of the
t rennin tenet to the sonthenist corner hereof, being the
seuteeast corner of the Jtetlee Flank's warrantee;
thrice West along the south line of the sal Jostler
Prank's tract to the place of beginning, containing 100
ewes,he the same t ore or lens. c! .dicexold bee or
•,tame thereof adjoining the &rive described piece of
land. hounded and described no follow*, to wit: lig i .
O corner. ng at a hemlock tree coer. a corner of land of ft
Beadier toots dixtgtedi; thence east 149 perches to a
post. another canter of said Hendlt7's land; thence
mph St degrees westAtperchee to a putt: the nce...7llth
53 ',wet es east "Uprcues to a giart; theneesoeth SD
perch.. to I Bemluek tree, the soetbewai Dauer of the
oeigiunl surrey ; thence welt MS perches to a post, the
southwest corner of the °right 1 survey ; thence nutth
17 deg ere rapt. 149 percher to the beginning. containing
13 1 / a cres and 120 pinch. of land,. strict mmtsure. be the
same mote o less; excepting and meriting oat at the
het above describedJend to the use of theschool hou-e
where it now stacids. ping half an acre which George
Little deeded to the school dfreetore of Ruslitowaehip,
...r the eat:lora school beam and no ether purpose. and
also the pisitegufkeeping apt mildatis sit stucid erect
ile ou the ht day of April. 1519, mid taking the, grater as
deeded to Lyman S Carter by the-said George Little for
the. eforeseld smrpose Mel no other. with the appetite
mince., 1 frame house. 1 frame barn, and other outbuild
tu_e, 1 orahard, net aim. at ID/ acres Imptiived. faketl
,exectitiou at the salt of It. SC Moore vs. ;ohs' L
Iltumwri • '
thateenolo blues or parcel of land situate
tithe township oiliest'. In the' emery of 80imeebanna
and Steer of ettrinssivahLi: butmded On, the north
Lands of Beejamle eandelo, ou the wet byliteda of Wltit
ow Norton, on ten south and west by lauds' ul"Allien
and Audiew Ilthb rd.agmhdoing WO acres of tend. be
the same morn or less, with the appurtenances. 1 flame
bons,. 1 Quinn bent. And ow bittlilittge, I Orettlard• Arai
above T 3 Amerce Intptund —l.Tniten is execution at the
Mot Of Di draigneilte A. Lett:fop,
Shoemaker A. & It. It. Lathrop.va.s. A, rturam tker, D.
Ilankinson. vs, 8. A Bborm*ker, aid t'. T. Rad. Id-
MlaitarldaiOf 1 4 11291 34.... 14 dt SSOgSl e4 19 A.
J. Gerrltsoo, eat . S. A, nowelnatier.r •
th.it'dettailtiileetior parcel if kind shone
In.slte,finanshlp of Mph, cuitaty,,of basqnuhanna, and
Mate hi Pen n eylrenra. hotttorkl oh the rtorth by' lands or
Jerry Martin. otshe.east by bawls
and • Charles Gellman. on the south by hinds of James
Lagin. Mad itullthi /dealt byledliiiif Itit , •****elllt -e
taiga 108 acre.% Of hauls b. Stemma* more, of leas, with
'the'aliputtetutnere; 'I Dente beetle: I frame bats; ttrcrtanWilm Akar triadic lwohtted —(Taken in ale?
cation at the oultot.TheadoreDforiue, nee of C. IL Bob.
.vs. Georgerbi,4-?ihslliji =,
Alidtt-rAlltbdt , errtallt plyee orpareel of land situate
halite tortntil h. Of Rush. In tbeetstuty of Entquettihtna
end *lbatr.tat P.stlylyttula i , bowled on the , north ; by
land! , of Edward nun, on the oast by:fat:4oi Been'
GrectlVOll4hMilidi v h, DOJO iif Jetebßroamaii,aivi tm
tbo west by laudattannesZoroht,eordstninEtdectre Pf
laud, be Alms therttndrte•dameW god
4;cotton at th-irte.
anitattres Lova. yhaNtatt Alpholan iotrPtitt.
,AlJ3oe , f4l,triat,,Csftgil4 pleatsl lartd, 'U1;300'112 Idle
toiraihr drAdltarriltrtlet rolihtrOt
kittrcitt b i 49044
" •iff" .$ t ea
the sant .finder:NW/Him Don and orithis west
by In by _dict Wlllhtm N. Bennett, eontalintifAl urea of
land, be the semen:tenter leer, with the Apparierumeee.
1 framehouse. 1 youngmtlifirdandillinign*nat (Taken
in execution at the gait 'of ?helixlolds, to the Ilse
Attil› -All that certain ping or pa lof land Minh,
In the iftweishlti of Springville. In the county titSustine•
hanotn and Sato of rentisylintillat bounded on the north
by he ds -of Henry Ken. on the earl by lands of Jobn
F.lcettn the south by real leading tbitlehelwm and Mum
boundry betwn'n raid and Dennis Johnson
and west by lanai. of Gates, containing SO CCTM
- or faturhe (b dimemOrecirless with the apparle.
natter.. I small frame house, 1 smell frame barn. and
about 2.a'' acres mprmrid.-(Taken In execution at Um
Susan V. Whitlock and Wallace IL errick. T. Ti
ALSO-All thatcertain piece of bind sitnateili Ore'
tewnehlp moliotroo cifitalr• a stovigebeiths.
iniattiovgenueylwints; bounded deddinerihrid eyritliht
lows, to wit : On the north by I:Indio( George Haney, •
on the' east by land, of &m 7 amen Otis on the math try'
Henry Dais. containin amt g
about 50 acres of hind.
rime noire or ic es. win), the,. ante:iguana/A 1 frame
Iroic, 1 frame . !µ/*' tit:Mine nein hainge e '. loony of
chard and ahont *re* int prored.-tralten la execs. •
lon as the malt of-It. W. Sittalb. to the.nse of
Searle, yr. Charles Darrow and
ALSO-Ali that eertalnwl«eeor linditßaste
inkhrtewnrhipoilreankllo In the etnntlyoliftwyetilsramer.e
And State of Pennryirania.„boairded and dmagibedllll
- to wit:. . On the earth hy land Of ..itioniond
Smith, on th e rapt by the public hkrbwar,Divightigt=3l
silage of Great Bend. on the tionitt UM Dublin
war imdlne to Snake Creek.Andipri the.wert by beide
of John 'Johnson, containleg 83 angel of land. bo - lbe
same mare er Imrs. it being' the etnneland - whilehlegeplits - I
L. Merriman and wife grahteil ConeeyedAri
Harry Smith by deal dated Way 181 W, 1/311. with 12167111.!
purteneneen I frame house, one tarn and shedi•lligagt.
on tiptoe. 1 orchard. de.. and alertly imprinted ..-ffsW.
en in executhMnt lbennit of Henry C. Tyler. executer
of Jolla A. Dunmore, deceased. assigned io Y. -
cunt c. smnn Wad finny sionitle
ALSO-Al.l that certain placeor Fiercer 01.rant.girgavo.. t
In the borough of' Friendsviild. in the iniuntyp ;MAlM
henna and brats of Pennsylvania. 'monde., atordesedig ,
ed s 5 Nltnws, to wit: On the north by the public highs's?
leading from MontrOfit to,Ogegin.. oll a
the VI t rb idu
of Philip Mlllast. on tint south toy iands ram. Ss
=dm the west by lands of Thomas Hagen. Win. bole n
am. and lot cold by Sheriff to N. C. Wanner. containg
Mg d acres of land. he the same more or Ime s witisthin
appurtenances I frame boom 1 frame bun. seine ftg a ill
and ornamental tree. , and nil Improved --(Taken fn z
ration at- the .cult. of Bather .IdettiMmire.
A LOO-All that eertain rem of land 'Uinta- Is Or , .
towtioblp of Lent. in the county of ilustinehanna.Mad
State of Pennsylvania. bounded no the retch' by, lbsk -
east branch of theTunkhaornock•Creelli. on that-MO by a
tends of Charles Wilson. on the Death by land GI Alm
Cook. and John U. Cook, and on the west , byte:lo7on
Barney and Jobe .11„Cook,cootainitig aertn.ofJanei
be the same more or tree With .the appuriebelors.
dwelling boese. 1 barn. and, 9. crattinlidtu,o6l o
and alt improved. (Takeo In executi nalid." the
Silas Hartley. es. F.M. Robinson argil, 11.-N..11119D. end
John Hillard. vs. Usury N. Meet and. h.ncir Hardlogj
ALSO-All that certain pieceor parcel of land shade
In the township of Moloch to die county Of Susquehan
na and State of Pennsllcants, hennaed and thailhibtd
a. fel ows. to wit r On the north by lands of.Jatmas
Emmett. on the cart by lands of Israel Beynokla end
Ira Butts.on the south by lands of Wlh'on Dorriranill
Mao us Illnkley, and on the went by land. of Eli.lli
Tiff my and Peter &ropier, containing nbann glateres of
laud ho the same mare or low. with.tbitippartettances,
one frame twase.l iratue barn. I eon, haves A
hare. 1 black...MC) chop, 2 orchard.. And aboutooAntal
Improrml. Alan, all that intereet of E. Y. Hoare Ig
all those other Iwo pteee. or po reel. of laved Mesta •
township 'Dime k, In the comity of smiquishatma and
Some of gennvinlit, tee IIr«t p6ie dower. hed ea fol
low., to wit: naiad at a birch tree in *ha nun prp.
fLirtlet liolan's I rte. the south west ranter hereof,
thence by land or paid Dolan. Nell BberMill, and Agni,
W. only. smith PI degree* mot 110 perches to abeitilork)
emp; thence.by had so
Mid Gray uttstria pat arid
stones near the Amen. side of the reed, thence by Ldtid
of F. A Mazy north 87 de)gmrs west lUStwrcheir ICE WI
poet and rtonca In the T. It. Willhons ;
land of wild Win lamaand Sachet Dolan eon-raid north
drercer. ',mot 54 perches to the place of beginning.
contalaing about 83 acres of land, be lbe earne more or ,
Tho second piece or parcel of bred adjoinntr,
hounded add de.crilmil • Brennan , . et e 'take
cud Atone. in fh- line of J, D. Wi Mein die
north tre.t of .vidney Slierrrer's land thence north
decree" w. et It pereirco to the fOUI har-t corner of the
lot above Arai bed thence along void her litnentindi
stiff decrees tw.t to rod. tow rod:. nod tomes; [h. DCS
...oil'. 7 ociffee. 53432 Iteteleeln a Wake; nyid dunce;
tnfncr north ffiS degree' we r e 40 perritestq lbw piece
of M-41-ming.m.ntalning a acre. of land. be rim inlaid
more or iffy, with the apptio. COU/Cff, tram. boomer
one frame hen. one 61..a.-flnitil whop smd out tinhdlngs.
one orchard, and moody impror.d.
at the and of A. I as hop c. V. E. Boom: .1. D. Ifiew.Ht
St Co., as F. E Moore ; eat re Br., to nee of Itospo ! t,
rll. U. E. Itoore and E. E. Moore
A L'.o -A I • that cert•iopi ere OT parrelopf bind sling&
In tine tow chip of cligord. In the °win:yet Smqnehan.
nn tuct state of Pcnn-ylsaniay bmouted on the sane - nil
I ..mn , of Burpres‘mlthann E.taa Stephens.. on tberdelißir
went and steam by lanes of Ilmo, enddabsek, ipa.tber
northwem by, lands of Cuddeback and Melina,_
leading from Clldurd.Carrrerate Lorpomille to lands of
Belvon rhsllips, on the northemit by kinds of raid Phil
lip. tocenire of toad fhtmelifford to Lenagrige;gitenigy,
...eat elute: Mid read to the place et beginnin:g;_eoll.
Mining, gallant /Derrell of land. he the mime more 44f tam,
with ise - appartennews, 2 frame /maser, lorm-moo
fruit trees. and about 25 &cies improth d. f•Atan, all that
other piece or parcel of land Pitalnae In the township of
Clifford. in tliA conhq* or Stiannehnona and ilikte. Sit , "
Pen neyreaula: bottndedand dccrl hod as follow,. to wit S.
Beelt o otin at a post and ston e , in the southeaideril.
corner of the farm fotmerly owned. by S. Tompkins,
dm-aged, nod by blot conveyed to Norman White • from
ahem, south atrdegrectrwmt a and tilnaperelimikis Wrap
and morn a. the most eontherty comer?l thefarroconYeZ
ed to S. I). Tompkins aforesaid to seed Norman White:,
thence tooth fit aegrgee ; west antt-StiOths perches to
poet and stones; the matt nnitherlY darner of Dnde
owned by John Smith and attiolnint lands, of set Id' Nor-1
man White; thence north 43/1 degrees and ett , toinufes
yet to the line formerly the -eastern &mortars ad' the
farm deeded by S. D. Tomplons aforesaid to. s aid Not..
man White: from thenteattath,lBl( drat., id" in the
place 01 b.og,tonliatt. COOlatloirar Obrfalt 10 arresoif land, -
he the tams morn or lemt. with the attiArtenancee.' f rsib
en In eat:Cotton at the snit of ( . :Stewart ea Wei. V.
; Richard IL Wils , m, nee
_or U. Tattle, - uw,
W. F. Wilson ; Geo. A.Tandserea W.f. Wilson.)
ALSO—AII those two renainsdecca or parcels , of lan,
situate in tile township of Gibron. (one raps It 10'5142
ti I hom on the Tnnkturbno , k creek rend ) the cOunty
Scooptelmnun and Shiite of Pennsylvania. the
piece bounded and described follows. to left! - 11rtrains
ning at a corator Wan centerof the Tunkhannork creek:
In low of Corbel Plcketong's Int:Zthencleraboat north
west a bunt 95 perches (ornerier In lino ofll.ooances laud J
to an ironwood Dee standing on A rock; thence DI lire Or
H. Bounce', lant C
s. shoot northeast, about 40 eche & hy •
corner in Joan £ too' thence hjosaid chines lino
abut soo heal- t perches tot he ceptreof the Tsoikhalb ,
nook crtAtk; thence down the center of wild crook shout 50
perches to tbe-pface of beginning, cootaintragothriett
at land,be ihesame more orlemt.wifb the emporia":
neva.' darning horme. 2 tratros.l small archard.and rarart.rf
17 Improved The second piec• or petrel NA:mint sit fog
lows: On the north by lands of Fitch Ileercgoln. on-he
eoutheast by tar Tun ktionneek,creek, on the , wouthwitat
by (be obese &emitted lot. no the weer by
Bouner's lanai, and on the northwest by lone- Melee.
and Widow Walkerfejaads. roptainingabont Ihfiteres of
land. be the wane more or Icaet with the aprortenances,
one sawmill, one cabinet Shop. owe threl(iftit kurlee.
one small stsan.m.e email orchard, and about 1, berm ,
improved. (Taken In execution at the snit of
Gordo«, •at.. ltl N. Walker
Also—All that ceirtirip piere orparceinl43tl4 )11.01110
In the township of flask 15 the entintrel Stannehanna
and Stare of Pronto tennis. beronted 11111 d deskilhatt.or
follows. to wlt : On the north and east by lent of
Boswell l'oleman. on the sonth by land, ad Jueeph)
Cormick.nnd on thy west by the public highway, one.
taining a acre- of sand: he the al.orftoollo As less, with
the *Ramo:ince., talesman house - vide - lima!) hien and
shed. and all improved. (Tat sin egOratiort ar the gulf
of Roswell Coleman is. dram ifersemairilultisy
]nurse) • • •
ALSO—MI that certain pieee
.land situate in the township of: fierrickyln :the
county of Susquehanna and State of POOlllll-
mania formerly known as ,T 0.2,0111
Stand, more recent as the Tilden stand:tied
lastly as the Edwards: stood; - in the Til
lage of- - Herrick Center and on the liep,
Jefferson Railroad, bounded anil,descri, tin
follows, to wit : On the north be lands of (horse,
Nichols& Co:; titi the east bflutdri Ate:Tone.
Nichols, d Co.; on the south sideAbiluntlattiff
Morse, Nichols &Co., and Israel Romsdstandon
the west by lands 'of John M. Myrell,:etintefrillig .
about 2.'i acres of _land, be the name rrinitiot Tao
with the apptrtennricts>otiel tiefertirguse, our
dwelling house,: two baree,:sometrult.trsONADA
all improved (Taken in execution at 'Out _seat
of I). C. Roberts and •'others Aaron- Ed
ALSO—AII, that certain, pli,v63 l _;:ir.iiartftel - of
;and situate in the hinnthip of, New HUTT I L ,
in the county of Susquehanna . and, Sta te' cif --
Pennsylvania, hounded and described la Mows,
to Wit • Beginning at tv post - and - stones , Hut
north west corner of lot - lgo. 176 rthettpc 'South
45 perches to a post and 'atones;'Stroiting
what is known as the old road; thence a we -
erly course' ilditiningthWeentlntlf sabtalld road
a 7 perches to post and stonesi..thenettgendtkit4t
derv, ees west 68 perches to a post ;Aliens:a
land of Pierce Dean'north ..:Irdegrees west tll --
perches to a post; thence north' dekrees
cast 141 perch Omar by . timlkoA J. P. Hard
ing south 04 degrees Lust .ilkpetchesi,lp a
plats of beginning, containing.•o acressAlituis
be the same more or less, with t he appurtenances,
2 frame house.s,l inane b4rn;land7abOtttyDieres
improved. ,_(Tchex4i.:executit•it tlististift' - 'of
Albert P . Dewey, tisZie,aigtr,
vs. ilarvey Baker, and. LIAM % Wilsonl.usitat
Link and Powerk, V& Harvey Baker.) . ' . 8 .
ALSO—XII Ahoy certain , pletss.ar• parcel of
land, situate the township of Aubuyn s yi the
county of , Sumitiefianifak end Eltittelofill'edniyP
vanity inninded and sinscribed 84 follows, to wit :
On'ttle north by" l3'ds' Geoitrie Place, on the
northeast by pnislic itigipypy updiot otrf harp ,
Jayne on the southeast by libekiiithint` souls
and - bit'orqnarleiJaitip.,*l4•*utuvresa
by iaUtt s ICA'Aquier,. l 4,olpittOout 21
appartertante4 : 7ll !Burl Vorrilinidsuuse, (and
half ter*; JeT.ll . atnassin); I,lileasni. i %
some ku(t anti
execution at thosof(orOlivar
utter Men:Jayne; es:(Wnt. Treenittutikei
c oo i ry w.. • ?; fr: -1)-
parcels Of linidi(coutpining A#l.4. faros, 111 1(113N'
,coptigaous4Lsitnate• tatanr . -tniscishipnaf
4fitylc4Frliliai ts lo 'Sna e lrguaale
and Woof - en fvsnla;
ate post and stones In a line of martian
KeP4irli; Alßll,lllolli)Var, o T r acenpi , bm.ft
east by lentasotmn . W . „percifeslti.•
stake and'idiateilWrnti•• - ''ttseli dote.' by lands
stonier ; .thence,east by landMiattorilidatiad
Aorta t `, iApifiili -
drrli.a) tiarri=lo. - • '
_4 43 et! Me tit •