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MONTROSE, JULY :kt"'
The 'reverses of the RussA •in ans Asia,
now. established' 'heyond , donbt to.lie of
the. Most decisiye character, destming
their pinjected , Cainpatkn, most re
markabie event in ,tho military discnesion
'of tht Eastern question ;thus far. A
cable \ special from•LondOn,says-tbe losSes
,by the n ßussiana i.in` the' re - Oent
occupations -with/ of theDartube are
much more serous than admitted by
the RUssian authorities:'. As they.,advance
into thedistricts of Bulgaria oediL
pied.bY the TurkOhey 'find the country
a desOlate waste. The . cc r&erops irenOt
yet ready to be. gathered,,,and
. all grain
in the . itOrehenses Laa. heed deitroyed.
Every head of cattle has, beeii, seized and
run oft by -the:- ietreating iiirks. So
complete and widespread is the devasta
tion in. Pulgaria that every Thissian train
sent to the front has to carry mores of
biscuits and other suppliei,_ not only for
the army but for the starling population.
This seriously hampers the operationsof
the invading forces. '
The number and terrific character of
the storms that are visiting different
parts of the country this season are truly.
appalling. Scarcely a day passes without.
the news..of a devaitatinglornado reachez,
us from .Some quarter, •and• not only is
propdrty-destroYed , but alsn a great"loss;
of life: liensauk-e, a town sitiiated about
twenty-five mile's north of Green Bay in
Wisconsin,on *July ninth, 'was - Visited
aikd almost entirely swept away by,a,ter
t,rible whirlwind. The Gardner Hotel,
the largest brick:Shinnier risort hotel' in
Northern : Wiscorigin,' was - 'blown down.
Eight. wisps. are kn9wn ,to :have b4ri-:
kind, and two Missing - ab&ht twenty
are wounded. pther buildings were
blown to piece,s.
~The .place•-iS a'l,toral
wreck. The'schcol . hOuse.and
twenty hOuses,,we're brOwn..,doWn: The
suw mill, shingle inlll, a store were
totally destroyed. The Spray and
Schooner Arc - are a , total wreck. A
powerful,gust.raised ,the._(.lep9t - : ;trid.Mew
it across the track, arid:, preyentecl thd
passage-of the Greed. BaY passenger train
for two' hours ; the' , brittids - -aredamaged,
Diu d * misplace . d. . '..0
The lossE.s are h*y. - The isforra
up the largest trees, - though the
beeu' , weedsi,an4 .theui in' :t •
like feathers. It is slipose4 - __that fit
reps-rgeill. show* more cattialties.
• -,. _ ,
The Charter Oak - Life Insurance
pis going in to4hehataSbfit receivA.
The St Louis Lnnibeimen'S .
Insurance •Gotnpanyli ghingito . 7trind .
up it,s affairs. The "hitchers and Dr6Tere
Bank of St., Louis hAs.Suilendec4: the
third bank of :that?
ttetteral Efoyouvre official revolt Cf;the
batti&'„ on. the ipitti fork of the 'Clear
Water;:river says that the - Indians were
driven- off , with thiiteen killed
number wounded. Oar. loss was eleven
men killed and twenty , nine igittunded.
The Indians murdered a parttoi thirty
oneflinamen while onlheir retreat: ' -
i ! P-7 • `. .77 .•"" 7 "" r
It t stated- On.' - good authority that' gold .
was IdisCovered ",lost : Week , in OlthoWn . ,
twelye:,mileOrom• -Bango4i by men
i h o !Were blastingfor 'a 'reSe r voir.. Several
rniiiitS;*ho - had- large ,experienee ik the
quiFtz of Califbiro4;'. ll 4*.q: - Pio - :
notthced :it f a - ricli - -.deposit:; Pieces:as
large as U . .pea-are 'prOitou - OCed- pure told;
'Abe excitement_. over : ` diSeotery 18 in- :
tenEe...:,,A'OEipitilist has ,agreed
sl,s;43oo if stock . couriiariy
blastini'Of,the, hedge' lie - -still,gOing
on.:..Tie owner :of a ore .4 jaeen
to the reAltOif;to4:! - Oeii 'Offet4l - A4;909
-k r . a laiEclr. xp-1::4
in" - .lloloken. telt a sad . Story of :the burn
and. drOyOng of a boy Ca-
. abbnt - 'l5 of age was riding
on a: irain . thiaugh tie- mgion around'
Dover', in Morris eoun*, *lien big cloth
ing tookfire.'., The.train \ hands,pn learn-,.
, ing that tVp:.3):oy could awiin;.,threw,liiin‘
t in to the *orris canal , ' for. the -purpose of
'He' bad :probi' -
ablyiloweveri: been dilabled by his burns,
for liatetia. 'swiruniing: :to - shore he
saliki.A . .?Was,,drowned. ie said that
00*Ople ( stood. :the', shore, looking
at th*: : strugigling,.: lad and not one. at
teraited s hia:reitoue;
7 - 4 , •'• ' • ,
There - isfa mos- t the
d mita fiolitog-.
911 " 11
Throtrahout Russia , the war feelii!t is
e:kei, , ,edingly strong. 'Tile Russian women
especially, display a warm interf.s i t, in the
welfare Of. the army. "Two days ago,"
writes the St. PeterSba correspondrat I
of the. :litnclwster Exaniznar, "at theln
yitation,ot Baroness Radinab, I spent an
hour in', going , Oyer the huitdingi near
Fort- - Nicholas in which the Red Croa
society: is installed. and, anything 80 per
fect in its arrangements could scarcely be
imagined. Every cnncelyable thing that
human :ingenuity_ could:suggeSt`or talent
is there ready to be forwarded for the use
; and- comfort ; of the sick .and ,wounded
I.soldiers. As I Passed through the rooms
co , satl - not -help. expressing to Mme.
,astonishment at the.niim
tier of beantitul women I - saw around
me, all wearing the regnlation,.pmafore
with a' •retr`brosi Oti their - bre6,§. But
the baroness told me that ooe Was*Madame
'Narischktua, nee-„Princess Konrakini. an
other the Countess Scltouyaloe, and all
ladies of rank and fortube—all working
as if their daily hread 'depended upon
their exertions. In every nobls mansion,
insyery cottage _in - _Russia, this work is'
going on all day long. 'The men are,
tigh - ting'jfor the - cross, the women are'
silently working for those who fall in= its'
defence. It is a national, war, and the
sentiments is the same, in the breast of
the princess as of the peasant. From
what:,l have seen, I believe there is not .a
lady Russia who would not cheerfully
place eyery jewel shepossesses 7 -and ladies
here are rich in jewels- 7 to be- disposed of
for the cause iii which her country has
taken up arms. If those who talk so
.Idudly of "liritish•• interests" could see,
'as I have seen the devotedness of this
..people to ,the Übject - for which war is be
ing watred; Lbelleve- -they-. would feel
ashamed of the policy which puts itnagiu-'
ed self interests before the calls of hu
manity, and would,' leave some millions
Of fellowchristians to' toil , on under ; a
! barbarous. yoke because,. of some fancied,
i.detriment that May ensue in years to
Come." . •
. Advertisemeßts Nep.-
ATOTICE is hereby tven that the co-
partnership heretofore exleting between Botigh'-
Wetiton, dentists,. is this Aar dissolved bytuntu
, al consent. Ttse books; with . old accourip's= are - in the.
,batids of Wm L. Weston for settlement.
New lipiford, July .
VOTICE OF INCORPORATION.- -
Application will be made to the Conrt,orCom
mon Pleas of Susquehanna ao„by the Ntivalusitm•District
Camp Ileettng ibsociation of the Afeilioast Episcopal
Church, on-Monday Autmat 13th, 1877, at 2 o'clock p,
in., for a chattel, for the puipose of mantaining a prop
er. convenient, and desirable Camp Meeting ground itc,
accordmr. to the provieionefof Act of Atfeetnblk)
JulylS - ,-1817. " • .?- 2G-41
DMIINI.STItATOR'S NOTICE. In.
-CI- the est of Jolin W. 13rolirn,late - of Thompson twp,
dee'd. Letters oti Adtniniitration in the said.estate
havingbeen granted to thee:undersigned atl Orzons
said estate, are-requested - to make itilmediate pay
ment. and all persons having claims against said ebtate
at e requested to present them:without , delay:
, . 'Wm. A. nnowN, Adrainistikatotr-
New Milford, Pa-,, July 18 ltitt ._•;.9-
-AND- - - .
_ . .
::In l iiura tt — ati''6e' 'oriin - eider' 4 , - the Court
of Common Pleas of Susquehanna. County, the under
signed, assignees of H. -14.
,Yir.ebst.eF, will.sell at pa4lio
vendue un'Atfevretaisisini '` .' .- -' ,' ' : ' . -
Saturday August 11, 1877.
fibs o'clock a. m., the" folhAying: ileicfited lot, of km&
All that. certain lot „of - land!'situateili
the township' of Harmony., In the county of Susqiie
hanna; state of Pennsylvania ; known as the Flynn
farrit and described indeed from the heirs of .
.11yon- deed toti 3. Schlager ' - Co., containing ilgacies,
more or less, WI h the appurtenances, .house, barn, pr
chard, etc.. etc.
TERNS OF SALE :—One hundred dollars down on
day of sale, one-half the balance on final confirmation,
and the temairuipr one year tburealter with.inteicsf
Also.at the same time . and palae, the
• ,Two horses. market wagon; buggy. sleigh, double
harness, single harness, tool coest and tools. 2 robes,
saddle, farming tools of all kinds, bousehold, fOrntture,
etc., etc. Trarmai.;, Ten dollars 'and lees.'calf, ores
$lO. six months' credit , with interest anitaßrbved se
curity. W, T..IIIOI:I4EX'
, June 18,1817. - As. I gnee.
. • .
. flee is hereby given to all persons concerned in
the f,ollowing estateft,,to wit
Estatelbrßarbara Herd, late, of Lenox, dee'd ; Julius
Estate of When Foster. lite - of Bridge Water, deC'd
Jno„.F. bunter.-Executor. • ' - ' • •
Estate of A. E.-Doolittle. late of- Oakland. 6.01"; •41, -
mon E. Doolittle,•Adm'r. ' • f' •'-- • ••-' "
Estate of Timothy Hurley, late ot Harford. dec'd ;.c:
S. Johnsou, Adm'r.• ; 22.
Estate of Mary Newton ; lateot BrOiiiklytOfee"4
.Wations ;Executor: •
F,State of, Enos Owens,,late,ot.Gibaon, dec'd; Daniel
— Daniels, -Executor.
Estate of ,W.arretiCamentex. late et Clifford .deed; T.
G. ;Hayti!, Adm x. , • = '.•
Eitfatd otlfzi , ,4* Ann. Hall, late of. New York. &cid ;
O.;C. Hall;Adm'r. •
Estate of W I ham ,Cooley., I ate Aubti rn. deed; ; ,Pol
-1) Lathrop and W. IL Cooley. A diters,D. C. T.A.
Estate of Isaac Davis late Of Middletown dec'd
Glidden • ' '
;state -cif Benjam.it Watrous, late of Harr rd, deed ;
W. E. Tingley. Adm'r.
.state of Sophia Williams,. late of ord deed ;.M.
A. Gardner, Executor. - ' ' -
Estate of. Joseph Watrous, late of Bridgewa er,fiec'd
D. S. Watrous and C. F. Watrous, Extcutf ..• •
Estate 'of' Hattie Itichattison; .sunpt; c.„ Ali, Warren,
bluardiah. ' , •
Estate of Emory Tingley,- Minor, Mary P. • Conrad,
'`That the accountants have - settled their accounts in
-the. Reester's Office in and for the - County. of 'Susque
hanna, and that - the' same 'will be presented to the
Judges of the Orphans' Court on. Thursday, the lath
of‘Augu.st, 1877, for confirmation and allowance„
•• •• 7 '_,- •o, ;'• 11. F. BEARDSLEY. RegiitCr.
Registe r 'S Office, 3fontrose,J my id, Int
DMINISTRATOR'S 3 <NOTtO,E.-+4
the estate of Bally ,Fowler; late Of Spring
deed. Letters of administration in the sate
:estate having been granted to the undersigned all per
sons owing said estate are requested to make immedi
ate payment, and all persons having claims against
'said estate are '
requested to present them without de-
;My 11., 1821 2.8w34 ACIIIII nistt slot,
pINTE „DobLats „REIVAR.D WILL'
,L: be paid to any Person, giving 'lnformation which
yrililead to the arrest and eenvietion of the person or
peraitus 'who broke open the Setretary'Snice on the.
Fate Grounds in id ontroae, and .destroy praperty
the sOnietiusetetween the sth andBth o inly, 1811
N, L 9rderor the Executive Committee i '
' ~:,.-•,- - -- , - '' - 'l/. 1‘.1494W . ,8TXR; thWy. •
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k. , -.P,
11 K 1 11.1 4 "E'S SALES.--:-6Y VIRTUE Oi' ' WRITS ISSUED BY' THE Counth OF:COMMON
. teas of Zusquehanna County and to me directed,l ail! expose to sale by public vendne,atilte Court House
in A r .oretrose on, ' , , ..::-..;
Friday Au-ust 10, A. D.'1877 `,‘ - .." ' ,•:: .:.-
' .. • at , l o'clock p. rte.:, the. following W
inces or parctls of Itnd, to wit :. 1
. - • , -.i..- ..
. ~ . • •
Cer=- 1 - . All those two pie r e - es - Or - parCels of land situate i n Oakland - a - lid-Jackson
tOwnshipS, Sitstitiehanna County. Pailatisylvania, 'The first piece bounded as follows, to wit.: Beginning at the
east corner of ion& 4 L, D. Griffis; thence - along :the 'line of James Norton forty six degrees east. about fifty
perches to Drinker creek road, thence north:about forty two perches to line of Amos Tingley-Warrant; thence
along 'warrant line north 44 degrees west 227, percbea to , warrant , line, thence c along the ereine south 96 degrees
west la perches to line of lot now or late of Fred B. Travis, thence south 45 degreea east 120 perches to corner,
_thence alobg another line of Travis' lot south 46 degrees west!32 perches tsr.line of said Griffis' hat,theace
along:the same sonth'44 degrees east 107 perches to the 'place ot beginning, constasning 102 acres, more or least-.
Secon d piece is bounded'-north by lands oL3lichael Grow. D. A; Lyon and` := Wimpy.. on the east by . and ot
D. A. f. yon, on the south by. Patrick Callan' arid west by public road, containing about 85 acres, 40 acres ira-,
Proved, 'with lite aPpurtenances,one frame house and one frame barn and 'an orchard. f Siezed and_taken in _
. execut on at the suit ot - Mrs. M. J. Phelps assigned to Wm. Emery vs. Wm. S. Snedaker: - • , ' '
ALSo-,r , A1l that piece or pareel of land site ate in. the' tovirnOip,of Great. Bend,
Suscattehanna County. Peunsylyania..described as follows, to wit Be;tinning at the north
.west corner,. of a lot
granted to William Skinner in line of Robert Ogden's let south, 45 'degrees - west, 100 perches to a hemlock. a
corner of Mayo's land, thence south 35 degrees • east, 170 perches by land of William Dayton and.bthers
to a corner, thence by the 'same north, fit: degrees east, 100 perches'to the corner of said William Skinner's landi
thence north, 35 degrees west, 170 perches to the place of beginning; containing 105 acres; more or less, ex
cepting thtrefrom, always nevertheless, about 85 acres heretofore sold by order ot Orphans' Court and purchased-by
T. If. it s aibtroo k. whose deed is recorded in the proper aloe in said county, in deed bOok No. 53, page 163 ac.,
with the appurtenances, two dwelling houses, two barns, one orchard and mostly, improved. [Sieztd and taken
in 'execution at the snit of V; D.Estabrook va.KeziaWordenadmin.stratrix of Jchn Worden dec'd.
ALSO—AII that certain piece or parcel of land. 'situ- ate in- the townships of 'New Milford and Gibson, Sus
quelumna County, Pennsylvania, bounded on the north by lands of Orvill Chaniberlin, on the east by landa of
Vrvill Chamberitia and s a.---- Sweet,' on the south _ by lands of G. Sweet - and J. Chamberlin, on the west by
lands of : G. M. Reed and; !Urbane Tingley, containing about 60 acres, 25 improved. with the appurtenances, 1
frame house and 1 frame-barn ; [Siezett and taken in execution at the suit of the Lycoming - ,Fire Insurance
Company vs. J. K. Clafiln. ' - , .
'ALSO-All that certain piece or parcel of laid' situate in Elarforci townshiti, 'Susquehanna County, Penna.,.
bounded on the north by lands.of - G. W. Potter, on the cast by lands of Nancy and Almedia.Lewis,,south by
lands of, Serenia Very, and John L. 'Mead, and.on :the west by lands of Geo. Lamb and.: Milliard Greenwood,
containing about 60 acres. ,30 acres improved, With the appurtenances, one frame dwelling house, frame barn,
corn houseand an' orchard." [Siezed and taken in , exe cation at the suit of W. W. Williams assigned tc..0.,
W.Pottersa.nd,Milbourn Ortk.ley, as'signedlo G. W.Potter (two judgments) vs. Joseph B. Lewis. -
ALso—All those two pieces or parcels 'of land situate in the township of Liberty;
County of Susquehanna. Pennsyliania,' bounded on the north by land of Sarah 'Owens and John Kmmons, on
the east by land of'o. Phelps, on Me south by the-highway and lands late of 0. P. Washburn deed, and on the
west, by land of Sarah Owens, containing 8 acres, more or less, with the appurtenances, :onefrainaliontie and
barn, and all improved.- The second piece is; situate as above, bounded north by land of . Peter Batts, on the
east by , lands contracted to loss &,,IlemphreY, on the south by lands - of John Emmens - ,t Co...and on the west by
lan.d.cif Isaac Comstock, containing 50 acres, more or less, with the appurtenances,' one frame barn and about
10 acres improved. [Siezed and taken inexecution at the suit 'of G. W. landsley vs. D. A. Worden, administrate
tor of the estate of Martha N.'Vance, dec'd;late Martha M. Washburn. '
ALSO—AII that plot a `land situate in-Harford township; Susruellinna County,
Pennsylvania; and bounded va the north by land of W. Brainard, on the cult by land of 11. Tyler, on the south,
by land of Andrew Osmond, and tin the west by L. L. Leroy, containing 75 acres, about 40 acres improved,
with the appartenarces, one fratne house, two frame barns and an orchard. [Sieze. and taken ill execution
at the suit o f Delevan Leroy assigned to E. A. Pratt vs. David Andrews. , - ,-ir - ,
ALSO—AII that certain lot of land. situate lying and belngin tne township of 'Hayford, Ciannty- of Susque
hanna 'and State of= Pennsylvania,. bounded and, described:as iollows, to wit : Begintrint' at 'a post and
stones in the west corner of lot N 0.320, of 'Drinker's Tunkhannocki Tract," thence by said lot south 46' de
grees east; 16631 perches to the south corner of said lot, thence by let No. 317, south 4435 de4raes, west 67-
perches to a post; thence by lands of the; heirs of Mary Rhoids, dec'd, nortla96 degrees west, 1416,X perches to
a post in the middle of a line of lot Na. 324 of said Tract, and thence by Said lot north 443 degrees east
67 perches to the plate of bevinning, containing 69 acres and 116 perches more or less, and being ; the north
east half of lot No. 319 of said - “Drinker's Tunkhannock Tract;" with the appurtneances, 1 frame dwell
ing house, 1 frame barn and an orchard. [Siezed and taken; in execution at the suit of Jamea Wilson as
signed to John F. Deans vs James - . Cow. 1 . • '
pieces or parcels of land. situate in the township of Rush; Susqnehanna county, Pennsylva
nia, the first pieee is bounded on the north by the Wayinsing creek, on the west by lands of James. ffilli s, south
by lands of Reese 'Edwards. and west by lands of Mary Avis, containing II:lures ; ail- improved; with tbe appur
tenances one frame dwelling house. fr me barn and an orchard. ' The and piece is b minted on the north by lands
of 'John Harveyon the east - by hinds Geo. Mills_ on the south by lands of James Hillis. and on the west by
lands of C harles Baker, containing 5 . ires, about 2 acres improved. [Siezed and 'taken in execritioa by virtue or
tn o writs at the suit of N. D, Snyder; assignee of N. P. Cornwall vs. L. B. Avis'' • ' - -
ALSO—AII that piece or parcel of land, situate in the township
. of Lenox, Susquehanna County, ,Pennsylva
nia, bounded on the north by lands of Sylvanus Titus. on the east by lands of John J.' Whitney, on the south
lands of Wm. Reese, and on ' the west by . lands of Joseph Green, containing 105 acres; about 60 acres im
proved.ltwith the appurtenances, 1 frema !masc. frame barn' and orchard. tSie zed and taken an execattion at
the suit'of Johnston .h Reese, assigned to 31., ; W. Tingley vs. J. R. Reese, and Edward.,;Van Loan .vs. J, R.
. . . .
ALSO-All that piece or parcel of land, sittiate partly. in the Borongh of New M Ilford aad.partly in the town
ship of,New Mlford, Susquehanna.. Comity, Pennsylvania,bounded 'on the north .- by. lands - of John' Boyle;
Michael Fagan, 'Mrs. Austin Bishop, john Turner, 31rs. Mary Rohinson, and the Montrose• and New 31illurd
road; on the east ho the Great Bend and Oochectou turnpike road, and_other lands of John Boyle, on the
Eolith by lands •of Philander ?hiriney, Timothy Carey and Igvi Dewitt, arid Oif the ii'VEtt by lands of Patrick
31eMannis,containing about 85 acres and 813 x, perches of laud, more- or, less - , excepting front the ahove;one
acre of land heretofore conveyed to Dennis Sullivan. Also. all that otheiceitain . piece or parcel of land situ-.
ate , as aforesaid; and. bounded . thn.nortli - by the Jack:3o2l'4nd :New; :Milford road. and kinds or lots of
Nathaniel Kimlier, Charles 31.. Tingley, Albert J. Baldvirin and the. 2 M. ..E.- Chute ti.estate, on.th c east by lards
of :Patrick • Brannan,
, on the, soutu by lianas - of . - Mrs. Parks,' and' on the: We,st by lands or wth . Mead. E. 13.
Hawley; ciarisSaMatneWs, Sarah and Martha Beitholf, and the Great:Bend and.Cochecton Turnpike roid. - and
the burying ground on the side of said road, containing 40 acres, more or all the .defendant's inter
est. in the said burying grclund.. said interest being all thelitiryLug except Ints•heretofore - .sold. and
con viyed. [*eized.arid taken in execution at„.tliw suit of Sarah. Weed :u.ssipied to D..'.1).*. Searle. vs. C; S.
Bennett. ,:.• ' ' ' ' ' •
Of: -4kll bids and costs must be arranged and paid on day of sine or deeds 781. not be acknowiedt.ted.
fix Utlice, Montrose; - July 1.817.•'• -"-- ' ;, , • WAG WHI-Mc Sherfir;
AINANCIAI, Report; of ,Ciiipmati` In
.egheol district, Or. the fear; ending
June 4 1577. •
'Treasurer in account with :said.district. Dr
To balatce on hand fromiast Year.....s 99 . 11 .
To atn't from collections of all kinds... 137 . 99
To state appropriation ._ .. 46 'al;
1 . , • ....."...........
. '• • - -
By amount tdachiq.'i . . in 47
By omount'lnel arid .couttrigenides'. '20"03'; •
By amonnt•lft a
sof collector u*t.rcas.'.'' 10'85
By amount for salary of Secre t ary:..":: • 3.00
By amount cash on hand. .. PS O'J
;- ~,. $285 S 6
.4 , ,,r.c"3`)674C8.S IK E;act4B. ,LIABiLITIES.
Cash on 'OS •
Ain't. due 'district from ',fail sobrcOs. , . - . 1 ... • *.V.3 22
. . -
Estimlted value bUseliocil praieitY . SOO 00.
JEFF SON GREEN, Sectevery. ' -
July 68,1.677, * 29-1 w
NNlJlili Financial Statement of - A p
olacon school Board for the .year 'ending June 4
_-- • -
k.lrost amount of deplicate 89
State apps opt let ion " - -132 61
. $1,538 86
Exonerations " 18 11
Total rempta , 1,515 45
Paid teacher's ? mules 514 ' 56 • , -
For school lot . . ..... 1.0 09'
For repairs •, Z... -87 95
For fuel , and couttngendles 47 30
Treasurer and collector • 84 40
Secretary's salary..:. • . 14 (I 0
Debt and interest paid 358 35
Jtisurance . 88'00
Mietellaneons expenies. . 53 54
Middletown school board : :::•:.:::::,:: : • ... . 20 00
Balance In..collectdi's hands "" 164
18.71 : . deOkalieg 41 ' 616
Jul , ecretary.
Of rank it
: school district;for thc year ending June 4,-1677..
Cash in hands oil treae. from-last gear.. $' '8 48"
Dnplicate for 187,6 .. . . ..... 1,485 97
State draft less discount.. $.48,67z
For brick school house .and Om - ads • 95 bit
From collector last year 131 93
Paidleacheis ....... S5B ss
Buthiing and: furnibhmg. 225 33 '
Secretary•for 1675' and 50.00
Repairs 15` 75
27 455 00
Interes s ' atr
Discount on taxes. paid; in §O•tlaytt.' $0196'.
Treaturer's 'percentage— . 84 28
Rsimerations and errors, on,:daplicate.. ~ 43 08 , ,t•
zone from colleevor • • 'o'42
Cash in hat Ala , of treasurer. , :. .. . /... 77 82 - -
1 , ~ . .
1 , •:',,..- . - ,-7 , ~.„ 1 .90
it ' ': ! itteiaMit" . - ' " ' "ft $,l
''''-- - r' '
Cash.:ln hattili ofitreasUrer... , :''''''! l •' - ' i 471i4;,17 '
Due froth collector 1876. k . , ... .„ .
, ...„.; ''''69 42
Due from collector 1873--. , - .'-' ."--- - ' , 8 08 '. • .
Bug payable for bn ildfug aed iroaridif443o _
L. BEEBE, Preaident,
3. C. WHEATON' Seeretw., •
We the ' tiaderelbed, 'alidttOrs. of Franklin, haiing
examined the above account And it correct:'
•- • COLE: '
July 18 18TZ. • - • •
1111 EAT I J. I `l.
11,,t,garket,formerly occupied, by
'''---' - Philip Hahn, on Public ANenuei •
• - Montrose, Pa.;
• HASIIREN REOPENED
with ,a fresh ,stock. of', Meats, Hams,
Pork, Sausage, Fresh Fish &e.'
3E c i tW lAgiv r , .:
has teen employed and -will be in atten
dance, to -Ivait:_up9u his 0 1 4
'41577 as - ti.
23 FANCY CARDS 41 stkiee:4ll.ll , ntithe 'IOC.
pd. J. B. liusTED, Nasslu, -
'.., 1 .N. P.:131 - 111111A".itt;isi4"; -,.: ':
'l.s addrart l die.S . ..:VA,,ND'ARD TURBINE ; I !.by over P,50
persor4.*lick. liza:e ir..- Price 'reduced. "New -partiphleti
free. tbi.F'.'BURNII2.II; York, Pa. `-, , .29-33
New and Tad'Hag Millions'Eageartfor ft 11 , - A
• 3 . 000 Agents wanted for the . • • •; •
CRASS : AND.. 111 E, CRE.XENT
By theemlnent L. P. Brockett.. UnloldS • the strange
social; political,"And religious. peculiarities and
the,Rneelatis and Teerks cause of the War, mighty.
interesta.at etake - Biographies of infers. etc. Rich ;
"ly .111notrated. For terms, addrees -
BARD Bit)s.',' Pubs., TA Bansom Pa. 29.-32
111111/ ) RE 1 7.4:1" . . LMDLOW .
IirEGETINK: „ WRITES ,
178 Baltic Street, Brooklyn, N.' Y.:,..N0v. 14. 1874_
R. R. STEVENS, Es 9. Dear Sir :=From-personas ben
efit received by its use. as well as from personal knowl
edge of those whose cures therebY haveleemed almost
.mirriculons, I can most heartily and sincerely recom
y egetine'fer she complaints, which it is.claini
ed to cure. JAITS LunLow, --
Late Niter Calvary Baptist Churcib,Sacramento, U. 82
- • TRIFLING-; - • • -
A COLD ALWAYS:poplatous. •
. . T.TiEs33 - •
,C44‘1113,01AC • .
stirarernedy for, .COUGHS, and 411; disea4es• 0114
Throati Lungs, Chest and Mucous 'Membrane..
PyTITP ant IN' BLuEsolss. • •• ' O,
i i•, SOLD BY. ALL D 8110816111. - , •
N. C. ClttrfravroN, 7 Sixth 2073:
rt, ram en
We' - amt.'
ttlitlf,ULLio. big these hard .
times dispose of 1011 pianos and organs,, new and sec
oid haw of first-class• makeis including • Waters' it
lower pries for cash or .- Installment, or, to • • let:mail
paid. for t han ' ever before offered. Waters' Grand,
Square and Upright pianos atd'Organ'4'(inclading theft;
ne,w / Sonvenir and ; Dondoir) are, the, best-made. 7 oc-;
'Eaveplinos $150._ 71.3 'do $1.60 not used a year. '
,organs $5O. stow $53., -7 stopCs3B. StoPs, $75
,10 stop‘ SBS, 12 etopft $lOO. cash., not used a. year, In
terfect order and warranted. . Local , and-traveling
Agents wanted. _Must rat .:11 catalcrgues
eraltAisconat Teachers, Blinietv,rB. Churches. etc.—
* Sheet music at half , price. 1101tACD. WATERS' 'lt
SOSS. Manufacturers and dealetwAci, Xast', 14th : street;
Union Square, N. ' ' - " 2%42
SSIGNEE'S - SALK' '7
:tzt.E.4.361 - r.ass,z l 4,rxix;.
- " 5
in purtuance' of ;an order: of the, Contr'. of Comuton -
Pleas orSrisquelkavni, Conpty,the n4dersigned.assigueel
ofjolinN> sell at public vendne,' on the
premises, .... „, , • •.. ;
% ,Thtasday 'August' 9 4877
at 1 o'cli.ek p. in.,' the follo's;in'g el land,
. . -•• tto wit : •'• •
'All —that certain_ tfact,,ol - land- Situate
in the township of Lathrop, in the county or susque4
banns, State of Pennsylvania, bounded on the north by
lands •of Jesse Silvius east by land " of Wm. Johnson,
south:by land of Wm,' Johnson, .and on, b the -west<,
land of Flavel 'Williams, contai n ing 77 acres, more. Or
, less, with the appurtenances, house,-barn Orcluirketc.
SALE_:—One,itundred dollars on :day of
sale, $2OO on final confirmation, and:the balance in two
equal, normal payMents, to daterirom. ihialtonfirmatioir,'
with Interest. d. 8. lkieCOLLUld;
Juty:11 1 ;1877, --
2888 I - • '
TO WHOM IT. MAY - CONCERN.-
- - 11 - I Notice is hereby men Blot .tio application will
be mach to the next Court of 'tat:tarter' dessious of Sus.
quehanOsPountyito arttend,aud ., thiroge the charters :
the Borough of Frteadeville so ,as to penal tk thS town;
council la said Borough to levy atax Of six Minb_elkeh
year for road purposes and a
,tax of four tni/14
-par for borough putpOses. • - 11/GLIDDEN,
Dauchlr' &* Co.
#z Rost, Corn;
413:outtii ati • '
tdatt: Drops, ,latat
fcr 25 •
J. Throe lets for
dei.tz.„ In 'Cur-
tey ota.; Stamp
__ A. .TRIJMVIII,
Onto. rlsce,mcirt -
p DILI° SALE
Parsgant CO.swOrder of the Conit of -
Int, Common Pleas, Or Sasqnehanna thearatia
PentiVlVania.:Will. be. sold at, public's's,
on the preMises in Rush township, in said county, cq,
Wednesday, the 18th- day of July. 1877; at ten o'clock.,
11.. M.. the following described yea' estate of W. \
Denel, assigued to 11.1.•lialdwin, in'trnst for the ben
efit of his creditors.
S. valuable farm, sttuate in Rush township , on what
,is known as "DeVine RiAgec.” and,. bounded and des
cribed as.folloWs i to wit:: -?.g . ibning at the 'corner of
land formerly convoyed by Rouen III.; Rose to Job M.
Pierce, being also a corner of a lot contracted for by
Loren Tapper, between' the . Middle branch of Wyalus-
Jug and the Ridge Road ; thence extending north 3i
degrees west 54 perches to - g post ; thence south 66
degrees west 80 perches to a- post ~.thence south
degrees west 98 perches to a post ; thence 'south la
perches to a post, the northeast corner. of Samuel
Thatcher's land ; thence on his line ionth 18 degrees
east 112 perches to a blich tree ; thence northilt de.
-green east 183 perches to a post : thence north el and
4-10ths perches to place of beginning ;' containing 1S),
: acres oflend, be the same mere or less ; excepting and
reserving out of the , same, 31 acres deeded to George
The Improvements are a large and convenient two
_story frame house; a stream of never failing water at.
the door ; frame granary, hen house, &C.; a large frame
hay barn,, and frame carrirge house, with first-rate
'stables underneath, and never-failing weter at the
stable door i
The landis In a good' state of cultivation, is divined
into convenient fields, with water in each field. The
fences are in good repair, and the farm
t s one of the
very' best, for all purposes, in Susquehanna county, andl
is convenient to plates of public worshiP, schools- stores, ,
and mills. _ ,
TERMS OP SALE:-LOne-sitth of tourchase money
to be paid on day:of sale,;. one-sixth on final confirm- -
lion. and the lmlanee in one year from day of sale,
with interest from date of ColliitMlitiol; The parches
er must arrange his big on day of sale..
D. L, BALDWIN. - '
assigner; of WI
26- , -28 •
2/19n4ose, Jane 27, 1877.
Li.J.BARNIIj3; ;II BLAIMING if. N. ctothooll
Barnes, Blancling & Co., 1
• - MANUFACTURERS OF ALL HINDS OF
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS
MOUTERB OF SCOTCH' 0:11AN1TE,
- 26 Ohoi'ango St.',Netir Pepet,,
March B•,' 1876. • BIND . 11:1,51VON:i N. Y
A N VF STOCK or •
' 40, ir'cifoOls..er'esr,
just receliea find, for vile by
For sale by
ILSO,; ALL Kl.los OF •
At tb'e store of
For gale by
= • •
BUY --Yot4i WAf-fOgS; . CAR
OUSTEII,II.6tri I P.A.°l
• • • ;
- - PitICE LIST •
• • ,
• Reilairlng - done on.shoit notle,a, ';.'he s ..egOt than the
,cheapetit, . ;, • • •
First-elan Phtetonit . •
41 4 . 0,4:10
' 4 ' l ig e:Lninlier wagon R. =
tfornis from" $l4O ~ to
Swell body Sleighs,.
1.6 elioe.per imannew, ; $2-50
corkaod fiat • •-• , $1,40
Iset• per span • • • $l.OO.
'All work warranted;... Call and e:cainipe my stock
befoiepurthasirg - elsawhere. , •
Aprli 26 ; 1 76. 7 -tf , ;,'
yALITABVI FARM FOR 'SALE
• • . .
AtEw MILFORD TowNsiiiP.c
,__The ',undersigned exeentor of the :estate of Simeon
Pan F l eet. decd, offers for sale the kiln of said deced
ant, one-fourth Mile north of the lltemley church, New.
Milford township, Pa. It centaiiiii about 112 acres. '
well watered, fenced,and under a good state of cultiva
tion.; must dispose of said num, and will sell on
EASY TERNS.- - •
' For - Farther Particulars iniinire of the suhicriber
Sammenville, • : • •
P. 0. Address, New Milford; Pa.' ' • ' •
' ' 3..B2.ALDIUCH.
July 'Oh , 816tf- • - :1
6 A. CQIiTESY s .. .`• - •
DRY :000CS, PANCX:GOODS s ' XiaeplEßY; GLOVES,
HalrGorde v icib,bons,?eotunerkr And• Notions, .
:'• . •
_A - FULL LINE OF,. ..Ol4o'lllS' AND
X50,14.41tEd5 ,. ,
FOR MEN'S AND - BOPS, WEAR,
", 1 140'A,Icatiittp ,4' BEET,
= 'BINAAMTON, 'l4.* Y;
- CARLOCORTESY, , ANTriCiNY'b,ORTESY.
ApF . D ,25,;1877. : •- • IT-17
DONLEY, , .
::• - ••kuitNlAnirtti -
. Bi",il 6)IAMTQN,' N;
.The lateet itepikAtii &Meinud Ciliketeolf hand.—
Hearse to order. tato:cede. et,e. aprill9, '76.
iorrAN , TED.—on‘Wedriesday or each week all well
letted f veat calvee i fsetgbing 110, pounds and up
wards. ' Also 'I fat sheep. and lambs. - sheep pelts, veal
and deacon shins," for •which we wilt-Tay the market
price in - caah. 1. ,V.
Great B (nd aYI - 6,187/ 3 ; ITE*
Jul. courses of , study : and - thorough' deli. Expenses
reduced to thelowest,,point . conshatenVvith efficiency.
Tuition must be paid in advance , The ninth scar
commences Sept. 4 "4,-18 , 77. , For catalogue. address,
" ' . " Factorsville, Pa. .
rin."l4 7 . LAbia;:PitY SIOIAk :AND
stirgeoz,titaadera Itta , profeeetonsi iferVlcee to the
titizens,of Great Bend and :the adjotntegtoentrs. Of
. Ace over the Post'Otftee, Great Bend Village Pa.
J*l_lol4Bll, , „ 'llB—g
0 . 1 1 , lelte•--The' tint of Mitchell
Certta tett& day dtasolred my mutual content.
rilbeieciofts and ac.cptuita my !pada for eolleotion
Onion: April litki • ~18-211
R. -1 WE
E. ;J. WEBB.
11: •H,;,":Ji W. 111314-
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