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Montieal.is filled with detectives.
Press, Pjilpit and Petticoats—Three ruling
The President will be impeached. Hie
accuser* are his judges—his enemies are his
jurors—his betrayers are his prosecutors.—
"Mine Got, vat a guntry and vat a beeples."
A Reverend, blacksliding, carpet bagging,,
fire-eating, cloven-footed, weasel-nosed,wood j
stealing, church bilking, soup house lunch
grabbing, league shrieking nigger missionary ;
named J. B. F. Ilill, in Greene county, Ala.,
recently taxed his forty little dtrkey pupils
twenty-five cents apiece to buy a water!
bucket. Ten dollar* for a water bucket I
What a thirsty set !
The Steamer Sea Bird was burned on Lake
Michigan, on the Gth instant, and all but two
out of one handred persons were lost.
In West Virginia, recently a man murder
ed three persons, and attended the funeral of
two of them as pall-brarer before his crime
Some weeks ago ; Albert Eastburn,of Falls
Township, Bucks county, had a cow which
gave birth to a calf entirely devoid of fore
logs. The calf stands oraita on its hind legs
like a kangaroo. _
A New York Herald correspondent, who
has traveled throughout aouihwestern Virgin
ia, says that every negro cabin contains a
rifle or a revolver, and in deserted houses,
barns, and school-houses negroes are nightly
drillsd with guards mounted, to prevent in
trusion or discovery. lie witnessed a mid
night drill, in which over one hundred ne
groes were engaged The whites are foarful
of Degro outrage, and appear to be in great
There is a stage driver in Pike county,
named Davied Starnsr, who has driven stage
for the last forty years,averaging thirty miles
per day. Deducting the Sundays from forty
years, leav9 twelve thousand five hundred
and twenty working days, which at thirty
miles a day makes a total of three hundred
and seventy-five thousand and six hundred,
equivalent to fifteen limes the distance round
the world, and six hundred miles over, lie
is now sixty years of age, and is hale and
Dr. D'Arcy McGee leaves a wife and two
daughters, respectively sixteen and nine
years of age.
William C. Forbes, a well-known Southern
theatrical Manager, died" on Tuesday, at his
residence, in Brooklyn.
A nigger, named Tom Shnte, while at-,
temptiug to rob a heu room, in Nashville,
Tenn., on Wednesday night, was kiilsd by
the discharge of a spring gun.
The Cincinnati Enquirer says the Demo
cratic gain of four thousand in that city "will
lone bo remembered as the beginning ol
manj - ••' *re rb wait tor
lor the glorious old party of tfce country."
For the first time in eight years in Wis
consin the Democrats have elected a Circuit
Judge. Judge McLean has been elected in
the district composed of the counties of Cal
arnut, Fun du Lac, Kewaunee, Manitowoc
The Rads of Connecticut had Grant's pic
ture printed on their ballots. Thw question
which the "narrow-minded blockheads" are
now trying to solve is—whether Jewell pul
led Grant down or whether Grant gave Jew
ell a back set.
Governor Geary has left Harrisburg on a
brief tour for the benefit of his health.
Gen. Nagle and six of the pardoned Feni
ans are en route to New York.
Paris now imports Monde hair from
The Western gold fields are expected to
yield 867,000,000 this ye'ar.
Forty-four post offices in New York State
are now conducted by women.
The health of Gen. R. E. Lee is reported
to be failing.
Gov. Geary has signed the bill repealing
the liquor law of last year.
A Scotchman sent a dispatch to the Presi*
dent the other day, from Edinburg, advising
him to resign. lie had the politeness to pay
his message. It cost him over 8100.
Hiram Powers is coming to America.
A petrified snake, twelve feet long, has
been found near Petroleum Centre.
A large cave has been explored near Ben
tonville, Ark., to the distance of nine miles
One chamber is six hundred feel wide, and
three hundred feet high.
A murderous affray occurred at Hemp
stead, Texas, on Sunday last, in which three
whitemen were killed and two whites ard
twoblaeks were wounded, The affray was
in consequence of a murder committed on
the previous Friday.
They have two young ladies at Great Bend
.whose united weight is 440 pounds. A good
armful for two young "fellars."
The pay of the District Attorney of Phila
delphia amoonts to over $60,000.
A Western editor thinks that Ben Wade
intended to be prophetic when he remarked,
"I'll be d—d to h—l if ever I swore in my
A German lady in carried her
rheumatic husband on her hack to the polls
to vote the Democratic ticket. The crowd
mado up a purse qf S2OO for her.
Ashborn had announced his intention to
abandon the Radical party. The next day
be was killed. It is not known it was eith
er done by radicals or by some one jealous
ou of the relations in which he stood to the
nsgro woman he professed to have married.
572 fifes occurred in Chicago during 18C7 ;
loss, $4,215,332 ; insurance, $3,427,288. i
%\t Democrat j
HARVEY TICKLER, Editor.
Wednesday, Apr. 22, 1868.
democratic State fictiet.
CHARLES E. BOYLE, of Fayette.
Gen. WELLINGTON ENT, of Columbia.
Keep it before the People—Prophecy
"If these infernal fanatics and Ab
olitionists ever get power in their
hands, they will override the Consti
tution, set the Supreme Court at de
fiance, change and make laws to suit
themselves, lay violent hands on those
who differ with them in their opinion,
or dare question their infallibility;
and finally they will BANKRUPT TUP:
COUNTRY, AND DELUGE IT WITH
' BLOOD."— Daniel Webster.
IMPEACHMENT. —The impeachment farce
is drawing to a close. The evidence has
closed upon botli sides, and nothing now
remains to complete the trial but the argu
ment of counsel and judgment of a parti
san Senate. The evidence of Cabinet of
ficers, introduced for the purpose of dis
proving the criminal intent of the Presi
dent in issuing the order for the removal
of Stanton from the War office, was shut
out against the ruling of Chief Justice
Chase by a vote of this " trooly loil"' Sen
ate. So it will be seen that evidence cal
culated to favor the President and disprove
the charges brought against him is not re
ceived with any favor bv this very impar
tial Senate. The txparle manner in which
the trial has been conducted cannot fail to
hare attracted the attention of all friends
ofjustice and right everywhere. What
ever the verdict may be the modus operandi
in this trial will stand out a hnminnr Uwmrv
to a republican form of government for all
future time. Mr. Boutwell, on the part of
the managers for the prosecution, opens
the argument today, to which time the
court adjourned from last Monday, and
will be followed by Evarts, of New Yoik,
and late Attorney General Stanberry, for
the defense, and John A. Bingham, of wo
man-murder-notoriety, to close with an ar
We notice that Mr. Logan, of Ohio,
panting for an opportunity to wreak ven
geance upon the executive head of the
j government and immortalize his name, has
during the progress of the trial, aud ever,
before the evidence had been concluded,
prepared and printed a *peech which he
; insists shall be placed befors the country
as part of the proceedings of the court. —
This is a fair specimen of Radical impar
tiality. With such a spirit, prevalent the
reader can look for the conviction of the
, President before many days.
Do You Call This Repudiation.
On the back of the legal tender notes
issued under the act of February 25tb,'67,
the following pledge is given :
This is a legal tender for all debts Pub
lic and Private except Duties on Imposts
and Interest on the Public Debts and in
Exchange for LL S. six per cent. Twenty
Years Bonds redeemable at the pleasure of
the United States after Five Years.
The "Five Years'' have expired. Is it
repudiation to redeem the bonds with
these notes ? Again, see back of notes
issued under the act of July 11th, 1866
and read the following :
This note is a legal tender for all Debts
Public and private except duties on im
potts and interest on the Public debts :
And is receivable in payment for all Loans
made to the United States.
There we have it : Vis receivable in
payment for all loans made to the United
States." Can any thing be more explicit!
The bondholders loaned greenbacks to the
Government and the Government says its
notes shall be received in payment there
of- Now that greenbacks are worth con
siderable more than at the time the bond
holders paid greenbacks for their bonds,
and as they are "exchangable for United
States six per cent, twenty years bonds re
deemable at the pleasure of the United
States after five years, we would again
ask—is it repudiation to redeem the bonds
in Greenbacks ?— Ex.
IMPORTANT CASE. —The Supreme Court
of this State has been called upon to de
cide a rather singular case. It appears
that one merchant telegraphed to another,
inquiring whether a certain " tputnal
friend " was a proper person to be trusted,
to which he replied : " Not good for any
amount." But the operator made it reed.
" Note good for nny amount." The ques
tion now arises, who should be • held re
sponsible for the addition of this apparent
ly harmless letter c. The telegraph soni
panv asserts that it does not guarantee the
correct transmission of a message unless
it be repeated over the wires and paid for,
and this point the Supreme Court is uow
called on to decide.
Ulysses and Philip.
The Detroit Tribune, a Michigan oracle
of Radicalism, and a zealous advocate ot
the election of Gen, Grant to the Presiden
cy, has taken the pains to investigate the
charge circulated, principally upon the au
thority of the N. Y. Independent,th&t Gen.
Grant was seen not altogether sober in the
streets of Washington one Sunday. It has
been so widely discussed in connection
with alleged efforts of Gen. Butler to es
tablish the facts by proofs, that it is but
common justice to make known the cor
rected version, even though it should in
volve another high military personage in
more decided departure from the straigh
walks of temperance. Thus saith the Tri
A month ago, on Sunday afternoon, the
General called upon Gen. Sheridan. The
last named General, as is everywhere
known, is a hatd drinker. Gen. Grant
scarcely ever takes anything, and can nev
!ei take'but little. Like President Pierce,
| a small amount of whisky makes him gid
dv, and like (when he was President) the
j General is not fond of the article. < >n this
| occasion however, Sheridan persuaded him
' to drink with him, and the immediate re
| suit was that he (General Grant) became
a little dizzy, and took a carriage home."'
| The New Oilcans l J icayune, in remark
| ing upon the above article say : "It is
! well for the jolly Phil, that lie is neither
! [democrat nor Copperhead. If lie had
I been, Lc would before this have been ga -
1 zetted in every radical paper as having
maliciously dosed Gen. Grant, with a view
to expose him to public odium, if not for
; having attempted to poison the Radical
chief. Ashley would have found good wit
nesses about the Connvers at the War De
partment, and it might, have figured in a
new article of impeachment against the
President as an accessory. Indeed we arc
not sure that something of the same kind
! will not come up if the testimony is all
i brought out on that article of impench
' ment which include the journey of the
I President in company with Gen. Grant to
I Chicago. There w ill be a good deal of
' cross inquiry, which of them it was that
j dosed the other; and copperheads and
rebels will get roughly treated, after the
style of Ashley and Boutwell and Butler.
But in this case, as it is Phil. Sheridan, a
jolly good drioker himself, and a boon
companion and political pet of Gen. Grant
' who was the deluder of his venerable
| friend in convivial forgetfufness of that
infirmity of his head that will not bear a
| little wbieky, why we suppose it will be
'"But Gen. Sheridan ought to be cau
tioned not to lay temptation in the way
..r • • *"*.- r -
ly now as he is told by the narrative,that 'lie
can never take but little" whisky. This is
circumlocution for saying that if ho take
ever so little, he will want a great deal:—
and Sheridan therefore must take care,
when he and Gen. Grant get together, and
he cannot do without a drink of whi.-ky, to
drop ceremony and drink alone, and save
at once his liquor and his friend. If any
body notices the odor of whisky about,
Phil, may swear with a safe cn
science it was on him, aud not on 1 lyases.
Gen. Wellington H. Ent.
j We find in tLat able paper, the Colum
j bian, the following interesting sketch of
General Ent, the Democratic candidate
' for Surveyor General. It will be read
with interest, and not even L s opponents
' can fail that he is a man worthy to be
honored and rewarded. The Columbian
' saj s :
j Gen. Ent is well known to all our read
j era, and has an unsullied reputation both
as a soldier and as a uian. He was horn
at Light Street, in this county, August
i 16th, 1834, and consequently is 34 years
of age. lie graduated at the Law Uni
versity in Albany, N. Y., and was soon af
ter admitted to the practice of law in this
| and adjoining counties, which profession
he followed until the outbreak of the war.
j Gen. Ent \vas the first to movq in this
! county in the matter of raising troops, and
|on the first call of the President tendered
his services, and was unanimously elected
to the position of First Lieutenant of the
j "Iron Guards," a company raised for three
months, and which afterwards changed its
term of service to three years. The com
pany was accepted by the Governor, Aprd
17th, 1861. —On the 28th of May follow
i itig, he was elected Captain of his com
pany, then known as "A ' of the Reserve*,
; Captain Rickets, its former commander,
i having been chosen Colonel of the Regi
ment ; September 2lst, 18G2, he was
commissioned as Major of the Regi
ment ; November 26th, 1862, Lieutenant
: Colonel ; May 23d, 1863, Colonel, and
subsequently was brevetti d Brigadier Gen.
| for gallant conduct in the field. On the
i 11th of June, 1864, be was mustered out
with the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps,
having served two months over his time,
j During this period the General partici
pated with his Regiment in the principal
battles fought by the army of the Potomac
I from Drainesville to Cold Harbor, in which
( lust engagement he received a bullet thro'
j his hand, wh'ich has lamed him for life.—
I During Lee's first invasion of Maryland he
was home on a recruiting service, put at
the risk of a Court Martial and without
waiting to be relieved, went at once to
the front, and joined Ids regiment in time
j to participate in the battle of Antietam. —
He and bis Regiment were particularly
I distinguished at the subsequent battle o(
Fredericksburg ; being a part of the only
| charging column that succeeded in break
ing through the enemy's line ; had the
movement been properly supported, vic
tory mstead of defeat would iiave crowned
our banners. At the battle of Gettysburg
the General especially distinguished him
self. his command operating on the left in
I the vicinity of Round Top. During Grant's
' campaign to the tims of his muster out,his
career was a brilliant one, and wt doubt
not the people will reward his services by
a triumphant election.
Since the War, the General has been
principally engaged in the iron business,
which interest he has deeply at heart. He
is a fluent, forcible speaker, and* ere the
campaign closes will give his opponents a
fair test of his intellectual abilities. At
the time of his nomination, and* since, he
has been in New Jersey ou business, and
no man was more surpiised than himself
at the compliment.
TERRIBLE RAILROAD ACCIDENT.
A terrible railroad accident occurred on
the Erie Railroad, sixteen miles west of
Port Jervis, on Wednesday. The cars
were thrown down an embankment some
seventy feet, by the breaking of a rail.
Twenty persons wera killed —seven
burned to death, and over fifty badly
The scene of the accident is thirteen
miles beyond Tort Jcivis, on the Dela
ware Division road. The sides of the
precipice are formed of jagged rock, and
in the descent the cars were broken to
pieces. At the bottom is a culvert through
which flows a stream emptying into the
The disaster was caused by a broken
rail which threw the rear car immediately
in front, and the whole were precipitated
down the embankment. The cars on go
ing over the embankment turned several
timi s, before the bottom was reached, and
were nearly demolished, and the sleeping
car was entirely consumed by fiie. The
passengers immediately began to rescue
the wounded and remove the bodies of tha
killed. Many of the latter could not be
recognized. Seven persons wetc burned
,to death, and six others were killed by
coming in contact with the jagged rocks.
The wounded persons were placed 111 the
train and brought to Port Jervis, which
place was reached at 6 o'clock this moru
i nig when several surgeons were burnetii—
-1 atelv summoned, and everything was done
! to alleviate the sufferings of the injured
! The bodies of the kilhd were left on the
! ground. Three cliildten escaped with
| only slight injuries. Mr. llorton, Postal
1 Agent, appeared at the postoffice to day,
j covered with blood, caused by assistance
! rendered in rescuing the wounded.
TUB SCENE OF THE DISASTER,
Ilati it been necessary to select a place
j for this t'evil's work, H more fitting or
j appropiate spot could not have been
j cho>en than Carr's rock. The road here
runs along an abrupt and shelving preci
pice. T. the right there is a wooded
height at the altitude of 100 feet, c >Vol"ed
with sparse shrubbery. To the left the
beautiful Delaware, a quarter of a mile
wide, chanting musically over its rocky
! btd, which lies equidistant between 1 'ike
| ;ounty, Pa. and .Sullivan countv, NV.
These stretch's tlia gigantic shelf or
i gallery overlooking a sheer precipice of
j one hundred feet on the Delaware, and
showing along its narrow edge enormous
natural abutments of seamed and river
, rnclr OS (bnmrli tliujr 't r, cup*
I port the fearful pathway traversed by the
| tiains. The passenger in 1 oking out of
the car windows must naturally feel a sen
sation of awe as he looks down in the stu
pendous depths below. The river is sub
lime, but terrific. It WHS at this point
that this accident happened this morning
which has deprived twenty persons of
their lives, and has seriously injured sixty
others. It was 3.25 o'clock.
The night was dark, tiie heat in the
train was oppressive. In the three sleep
ing cars a hundred persons were slumber
ing, a few in the passenger cur awake or
dozing uneasily, and shifting about, as is
common in a long railway journey.—
Many of those asleep in the b rths wore
in their night att re—young and str> ng
men, weak women, and tiusting children
In the srn< king car a score of men puffing
at their cigars, or drawing consolation
from pipes. The steam engine teass
through the threatening space with
iron front all aglow, like the furnace of
hell, its brazen throat emitting a steady,
panting stream, and the silvery Delaware,
one hundred feet beneath, sings the same
romanee it did t'nee hundred years ago
to the Lcuni Leuape, when locomotives
were not. The train was travelling tliir
ty five miles an hour. Suddenly death
hurst.in with the speed of lightning upon
these two hundred men, women, and
children. The engine and the five first
cars have passed safely over the culvert
which crosses a quiet little creek that emp
ties from a plateau eight leet above the
river into the Delaware. The day car
crosses a rotten rail, which snaps asun
der ; and. loosening from the five first cars
and locomotive, is precipitated over the
embankment, followed by the three sleep
ing cars, to the plateau above the Dela
TIIE "CUMIMO MAN.'" —The Wash
ington correspondent ot that Kadicul
sheet, the Cleveland ( Ohio) Leader,
George Townsend, makes this allusion to
the Iladical '* heir apparent" to the Con
gressional or the miscegenation throne :
lie ( Wade ) is a dangerous savage, full
of the unquenchable fire of tyranous re
venue. Sad was tbe day tor the party of
light, of intelligence, of charity and of
the future, when this cursing and hating
old man ingrafted himself upon our organ
ization. He is to us neither an ornament,
an examplar nor a moral power. Nature
gave him no dignity, art, no grace, and
God no benevolence."
Most excellent. Naturalists say that
the Gorilla is a coming man. In this case
the coming man is the Gorilla.
LEAGUE MURDERS. —A one-armed ex
confederate soldier ( white ) was recently
shot dead while riding on horse back, near
Ashburn Giorgia. It is charged to the
Loyal League of that place. Four other
white men bava been murdered in tbe
same vicinity, since the war, by the same
outlaws, and yet no arrests have been
tW Ben Butler recently referred with
grave tones to old Tbad's " Silver locks."
If they were silver, Butler would steal
the at sure.
S. P. A.
" The Union League of Philadelphia,'
recently hoisted a new Hag, having the
letters S. P. A. emblazoned thereon.— j
These cabalistic signs set the uninitiated
to guessing their occult meaning.
'i he Baltimore Gazette sngg sted that
they meant " the Senate and People of
America;" the New York World sug
gested the " Small Potato Army." We
have it from one who know* that they
stand for "the Spoils and Plunder Associ
ation." — The People'* Weekly.
All wiong. Ihe Union League is an
asylum for " the oppressed friend an J
brother," and the new flag is simply a
business sign " Stolen Poultry Acccpteo.
<• ■ 111
The popular northern sentiment, that no
man was safe in the South, who supported
the American flag, was rite in \\ i-consin,
and led to the boast by Sergeant Bates of
that State, that he could walk from V icks
burg through the Southern States to \V asb
iugton, and* carrying the American flag,
plant it on the capital dome, without mo
lestation. He started upon his tour, and
met with kindness, hospitality and atten
tion everywhere, until he arrived at Wash
ington, on Tuesday last, and was about
eiiteriog the Capitol, when his career was
arrested by the capitol policeman, who
said he was ordered not to allow his en
trance. After parlying, Sergeant Bates
withdrew, and deposited his little flag on
the Washington Monument.
Aye. There comes the denouement.
There is no far of insult to the American
flag in the South, when cirri'd by n white
man ; but to obtain the favor an I eclat of
a Radical Rump, it must be cariied by a
ERVEV—ROSEXGRAXT —lti TunUi .nn.) k the
l'Jch inst., by the Rev. C. It. leinc, William la
ve* an.l Cynthia ltetcn. daughter of the l ite Mr.
Isaac Roscngrants of Bradford Co.
PICKERING—WILBI'R—At Nicholson on the 19th
inst by E. N. B icoc, J. P.. Mr Emilu* Pickering,
j of Gibson, Susquehanna County, and Miss Palmy
ra Wilbur, of Lathrop,same county.
THIS IS TO ClVli NOTIIK:
TMIATon the 4 h day of April A. D 1860, a
1 Warrant iu Bankruptcy was issued against the
Estate of Lawrence C. Conkliu 1 f Tauktianrm.-k Boio
iu the of County Wyoming and State of JVnn'a, who
has heen adjudged Bankrupt on his own jietilion ;
that the payineut of any debts an I delivery of any
property belonging to . uch bankrupt, to him or for
his use, and the transfer of any property by hun are
forbidden by law; that a meeting of the "creditor* of
said bankrupt, to prove their debt', and to eb'.osu
one or more Assignees of b's estate, will be held at a
Court of Bankruptcy, to be bidden at the office of
Register in Towanda. Bradford Co , Ma , hefore El
war i Overton. Jr.. Register on the loth day of Way
A. I). 1668 at 10 o'clock A. M.
TilO?. A ROWLEY, l". ? Marshal.
37w4 By E B. Cvslb.iugh Deputy.
STORE FOR SALE
TIIE new bu'iKiug now being fitted up for a Store,
gitoated the locution f the new railro.nl
■>. r ~>s 1 r.,r S'lle T '. 1 <>"-K is IW" wtnrii a
ami eighteen by th:rty-six led "n the ground, wi h
a sp!eodid basement suitublo for a saloon.
l' t r If not soi lby Ist of May. will h to let.
For particulars apply to.
MICHAEL lIKERY Me.-hoppen.
Meshoppen, April 22. ISbS
NOTICE is hereby given that tho f- IB wing nam
ed person* have filed their Petitions and will
apply for Tavern License at a special or adjourn J
Court to he hel.| at Tunkh"tin i k. l'a , on 'fours lay,
May 11 h, 1969, at 10 o'clock A. M.
11. W D.ovdney I.acey ril'e,
John D Laßarre " ,
T. B. Wall Tuck Boro.
P. If. Bal Iwin ''
F U, Osterhout
John Nivor Ni-holson.
Dana Stark "
J J Lord "
I W. Billings "
Samuel Billings "
C Mathewson Faetoryville.
D N Mathewson
J. K. Fellows Me.-boppeu.
Andrew S. C Ilium Falls.
W McKune "
John Keirn '•
Cyrus L Vaughn Mhe<>jmy.
Kphraint Kie-ky "
Thomas I*. lliteheoek Forkston.
Heuhau Parks Monroe.
E J. KEE.VKY, Clerk.
Tutik. April 21st, '69.
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Prepared by L. SCOTT, Scranton,
For sale by Lyman Jt AY ells, Druggists Tunkhan
nock, Pa. • . . v7a3Jenu-w
Of Unseated Lands in Wyoming County.
NOTICE is hereby given that üßder and by vir
tue of the several acta of Araviubly of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, paved for the collection
of Taxes on Unseated Lands, the Treasurer of Wyo
ming County will on tho Second Monday of Jane, (to j
wit: June Bth A 1). 1868.) at the Court House in
the Borough of Tunkbannock, expose to public sale
the following tracts and parts of tracts of unseated
land for the taxes and costs on tbom respectively.
Sale to commence nt one o'clock P M.
ACRES. WARRANTEE NAMES. TAXES,
439 Bridge James 0 58
439 Buchatiiwn John 6 58
417 Bowman Frances 6 2G
420 Waik Pe'er G 30 j
340 Clatk James 5 10
420 Clark. Thomas g 30 ,
43G Fowles FJward C 54
439 Fowles Samuel 6 58
439 Ftsk Wilham G 58
435 Ilastnigs Seth G 53
420 Lock Thomas G 30
400 Be i ten on William IG 00
40G Bowman Solomon IG 23 j
400 Baker or Bartoi: John 10 00 i
403 Bowman Joseph IG 23 !
340 Bradley Abraham 13 GO j
406 Bartolet Joseph 16 23 j
106 Bird or Baird Benjamin... .10 23
400 Back ley Hannah IG 23
2GG Byce John 10 75!
439 Bridge Jonas
439 Bridge Margaret 1' 57 j
439 Btgelow Abraham 1< 5/ !
300 B iwmanThadeus 12 00 j
230 Bit tie Samuel 9 19
40g Bowman Joshua 16 23
199 Bradley Hannah 7 91
428 C iyitur Daniel 17 12
100 Co! ling-.r James 4 00
300 Carman Michael 12 (Hi
40g Carman Samuel 10 23
400 Carman Nicholas.... 10 23 1
40g Caiman John 10 2-1
410 Cristnan Frederick 16 41
76 Cid Lui'iuna 304
100 C.tophi I! R ibert 4 00
128 Cr•spin James 4 12
380 Crisoin Widiam 15 20
it>6 D I o_' Peter 16 23
406 D i -og Simon 16 23
407 D i ig Will am 16 32
110 D • wit = M •-< s 4 41
407 Ik! og John lg -'2 ,
; :;tig it win Air it 12 25 ;
2i15 D wit: Andrew 8 23
! 30g 1' win Thomas 10 25
440 IYntiisnn Tlmmas gO
200 D iwner E -ha 8 oo
410 Davis Jonathan 16 39
410 E tint Polly 16 39 i
433 Elliot R-chard U 17 29
41 iG F sh Thomas 16 23 -
4'g Fowles Edward 17 44
437 Fi \ J din 17 45
430 Foill Joseph ...li 21
439 K-b William 17 53
170 F isv ti; T'Mms 6 80
150 F ••• i> i E liiuiod 6 ol
375 E "1. vi 15 83
439 F wles StIHUel ll 52
203 Gore Daniel 9 16
2'ig G on' Paul 8 25
206 G llmai. Aden 8 23
439 11 ill William 17 54
4iX> IlaV Henry 16 00
139 Hall or Hid Sarah 17 51
400 II tv Junes 16 ( K >
410 Hall Isabella 10 39
410 II HI J ihn Jr 16 39
410 Hall J din 16 .39
1 -,o 10w... Ft-. hr.l 0 01 |
4 : >6 Ke ia'l Wil iam 10-23
77 K'ng Samuel 3 04
400 KuoX John 10 (X>
4"0 Kuox Samuel 16 00
4>H) K t'g Sun -n 16 ( H •
410 K:nx James. 16 39
4 K> K .ox Daniel 16 00
4'>o Knox S'tnon IG (XI
410 KeHv J seph 10 39
410 K.-dy Daniel 16 29
406 K ntf.ld Satnilel 16 2''.
400 K ndab Saiunel 16 00
400 Linti Wdilatu 16 (X) ,
4 0 L'noh or I.tie.h George 10 00
400 L.w William 16 00
,430 I. it x Sarah 17 21
214 I.>>id rs George 8 57
; 510 M-.islr.ll Il tty 12 41
i 275 M l.aughltn J imp.- 15 04 i
I 900 M Laughhn John lg oo
406 M oris Wiirani 16 23 •
430 M zz Am, s 17 21
; 439 Muzzv W i Itatn 17 53
439 McClitre J. ties . ..17 53
300 Miller Marv 12 00
406 Marshal! Chester 16 23
406 Marshall Sarah 16 25
40g M.rshall Charles lg 25
300 McLauelthn Ahxvnder 12 00
410 Marttii I-aao Iti 29
4'lg M ur W,:l am lg 23
410 M i-erave l-r u l 16 29
410 M tsgtave M si s 10 29
410 MeCltjr.* S.nnii l 10 29
110 M Outre Hubert 16 29
40g Mar-hall B ij a • tit lg 25
400 Ok r J .hn lg 00
175 * Pies Cen,el a 7 04
135 Pile- John 17 41
175 Piles R bcrf 7 04
8g Paiton John 3 45
90 I'.itiii James 1 39
gg Pa'ton W liiam ... 2g5
; 100 Pattou Cnarles 17 00
410 Pat ton 1-aac lg 29
lOg Paine George lg 23
40g Paine Manah 11 16 23
40g Pies Sarah 16 23
437 Reed C. Ihnson.. .• 17 53
201 R.oishaw Richard 8 (X)
! 2IX) Ilyait John 8 00
200 Riddle Reuben 8 00
80 Sullivan James 3 20
4(X) Suhll Reload 17 00
2iK) Stephens Ann 8 (X)
439 Sop - ens Simon 17 53
90 Sin psoii John 7 20
40g Su-| hens Perry 16 23
40g Stephens J >nathan 16 23
410 Staples J din 16 29
428 Sandeis George.... 17 14
410 S ewart George 16 29
j 299 Scull Peter 12 00
; 260 Todd James 10 40
i 437 Todd Johnjr 17 53
; 40g Trees Phebe 16 23
i 221 Scruff Henry 8 80
I 40g Stephens I-aac 16 25
: 410 Wuoley Thomas 16 70
400 White Andrew 12
I 325 White Samuel 12 96
j 200 \\ ils.,n James 8 00
! 45 Ward John. * 3 59
199 Ward James 6 91
400 White John 16 10
i 304 White Robert 8 Ig
400 White James lg <X'
, 420 Yarrington John 16 80
439 Bettcrton Jacob 14 g7
406 Bradley Hannah 13 60
200 Bailey Duah g 70
, 400 Cam pel I James II 40
■ 400 Campbell Margaret 11 40
: 393 Dunn William 13 20
j 393 Dougherty Richard 13 20
, 40g Downing Reuben.. 13 gO
160 J >avi s Joseph 240
j 40g Davis Johathan 13 20
j 400 Dtrhyshere J hn 11 40
' 40g Delanv Margaret 13 20
I 400 Espy George 11 40
Forsyth Isaac 14 20
203 Gore Daniel g 7g
400 Gallop Eunice 13 49
408 Gridley Daniel 13 gQ
401 Harornnson Wallace 13 41
439 Hermans William 14 T5
147 Kme William 4 95
444 King Aaron 14 80
20g Longhead Thomas 6 90
214 Landers George 8 47
400 McC-.y Kyhraim 13 40
381 McKnight David 12 73
410 Nah Phineas 13 75
434 Pierce Hannah 14 54
398 Pierce Alice 13 33
408 Pierce John 13 g<s
400 Palmer William 13 40
439 Renshaw Ann 14 g7
201 Renshaw Richard g 70
439 Renshaw John 14 g7
1(X) Simpson Nicholas 3 35
27(j Simpson Michael 9 24
388 Stewart Mary 12 38
439 Stephens Simon 14 g7
40g Tripp John .13 gO
40g Todd 13 gO
12G Willis John * 4 47
200 Rich Joseph 6
100 Rich John 3 35
113 Ran-ey II & II Trumbull 1 71
410 Barcklev George }g 40
130 Bit tie Samuel 4 80
3g2 Covil Oralis 14 44
4t.KJ Cbvil Mithew lg 00
25 Crisp n James 1 04
410 Dav s Hul-lah Ig 40
300 Fl'h Jabez 12 Oo
400 Fish Sarah 14 00
410 Hagerman John ]g 40
410 Hall James Ig 35
75 Ilihhard Ehenezer 3 04
410 Johnson Jacob Ig 40
410 McC'ray Samuel lg "H*
50 M' Cray Ann 2 00
410 McCrav Robert 16 40
l(tO Morris William 4 (10
410 Johnson Irhnida P lg 40
410 Johnson Christiana 1 ; 40
410 Kelly Joseph Ig 40
410 Kelly Daniel * lg 40
225 Phipps Thomas 9 03
420 Wo< ley Thomas lg 80
44£ Fr"z Christopher gr,
'Jg Ilatvey George 1 44
33 Hoops Joh 51
71 Fritz Peter 1 08
g3 Harvey Job 1 9g
150 Thompson William 2 25
145 Th tnpson Samuel 2 19
145 Feckham A. K. 2 19
1 50 Muhlenbnrg Peter 1 50
90 llatnpton Samuel 1 35
Treas. OfiVc, Tuok , April 1, 1968.034<*9
MRRCANTII.E AI*PRAIS>IE>iT~I WIN.
The. undersigned having been appointed Mr an
tile Ai pra'ocr l->r the county of Wyoming, forth®
year 1969 hereby certifies the following to be a cor
rect list of assessment of U> tailers id foreign n.er
•hanrlise. with their nitucs, clsss, and rate in the
several township in said County, to wit:
CLASS. BUMNTRHC. RATE
13 B Elwarle A Son SlO Clf
13 Stevens A Acklcv 10 00
13 B Wake man A Co. 10 00
13 Waltman A Vosburg lb 0"
14 Sain'.el N'e.il TUO
14 Abel l'latt 7 UO
12 Froir, Dear A Co. 12 30
12 W G miner A Sons 12 50
13 W Brigirs A Sons 10 00
13 loghim A Broad'ient 10 Oo
13 W \ Bean 10 00
II H S Howe 7 00
14 Henry Dana 7 00
14 J V Can-enter 7 00
13 S G Miller 10 00
14 C Sherwood
14 II Evi ns 1 0 1
14 M .iitnnve A Co.
!4 AS Coll u m
14 A P Burgees 7 W
14 G 11 Burgess 7 60
14 Hitchcock A Robinson 7 00
i. r M " N .
13 Harris 10 00
11 Kintner A Vaughn 15 00
13 W II Barnes 19 00
13 11 W f-'tur levant 10 00
14 Henry bore
14 Win Jennings 7 0!)
10 Sterling A Son 20 09
12 D ll iiikinsua 12 50
12 E Merrill 12 5 :
14 S II Jenkins 7 vC'
14 Roberts A Dunhnm 7 |l *
13 li Rosenberg A Co 10 U->
14 * Jacob Hull 7 0"
.4 It 0 Hillock 7 01'
14 E Montr iss
14 ADC Clark 7 00
14 A L Carey
14 Reuben Parks
12 Wilcox A Briggs 12 50
12 C C Birge 12 50
12 Taylor A Walker 12 59
12 Gardner A Harding 12 50
13 Kiel v A Kellogg 10 0
14 1 D Hewitt
14 Squire A Billings
14 I W. Bil'ings * 7 00
12 Carey Bros. 12 W
13 Levi Winters 10
13 U Keeler 10 00
U E S B-iwen
14 E 5V Spring 7 00
j 12 Daniel Wright 1- r
j 12 A B Mott 12 s'
; 12 Sherman A I.athrop 12 j"
12 Calviu I'etriek 1 - xl
13 George I.eighton 10 OU
13 D Billings A Co. 10 W
13 II Barhaiu A Co. 10 00
14 F L Silteer A Co.
i 14 B M Stone
i 14 J Kedlieh
14 Jaoob lthoade
12 OS Mills A Co. 12 59
j 14 Lyman A Weils 7 W
14 J W Khoadi
14 FCAKPRoss • 7
14 Burns A Bro
14 C Ileuninger 7 fc
13 Firman A Arnst 10 ■ -
14 F W Zimmerman
14 II S Graves
An appeal will be held at the Court House in
j Borough of I'unkhanml'k on Saturday, June 130>,
I 1566, lor all who ui:vy feci a grieved by *&id
ment. 36w4 JAMES M KELLEV
! Teachers' examinations will be held as folio"*;
1 At School House in Iho village of Meshoppen 00 J* l '
| urdav, May 2d.
At Mehoopany on Tuesday, May sth.
At Tunkhannock on Wednesday, May 6th.
At Piercerille on Thursday, May 7th
At Falls, in School llouso near White's Ferry,
1 Friday, May Btb,
j At Nortbtnureland on Monday, May 11th.
Exercises will commence at 10 o'clock A. "
school Directors are lequestetl to be present.
Applicants for examination will oorne with writes
J. B. RHODES, Co, Sup •
i April 14th, IS6B —3(jw4