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THURSDAt JUNE '23, 1881.
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—L. A. Wooster is our general agent, solic
itor, and collector, for the tioattiern and west
ern portion of.the County.
The lmilding formerly (templed by Kline's
meat marlet is being concerted into a bowl
ing alley, and will be opened7in a short time.
It will be kept by Thos. Kennedy. •
. The lr,c grouncle are being etichhi-,
a in a stili:•tantial iron-pipe fence. The
Luca that want to whittle will have to carry
in the it pockets.
Church of the Messiah (Utivere.ahst,) Itey.
Taylor, Pamtur, at 10:3) a. m., Sulthet,
S.tivatitm Through Christ," at 7:30 p.
The conteet over the pustruaNterennp at
Laitysville, is 8 ettiel b.: the app:Ant:n•-ot or
Stephen liorhutu, auo:d and resprett'd
z and ardott Itepablinat or that place.
John S;' Hinman, of Munro,
al,,ut to Los;:onfe a citizen of Towanda. He
11:.? , pnrclias;11 ,the „tobacco awl cigar btore in
th 31Lrstit Block, fronting OR Pairk street,
:,wt kill, as boon as it is re-fitted:fill %%On a
choice ::tuck orlew goods.
ut - July Rill b. eelehr.ii4. 1 at
'the rev:deuce of N. W. Dodge. Frankluidale,
by a Grand Review, at which the capture of
Jefferson Davis will be re-enacted,. Taere
will also be a platform dance. Music *---
.Smith's•Orcheatra, of Qatiten. Good stabling
provi ea for those who come with teams.
Our ii.tutla at Monrottom under auspices
of the 31m/roc:ton Cornet Band, are preparing
foj• a lull days enjoyment for themselves and
I'ly-ntis uu I'6tirth of July.- Those v. ho ‘‘i,h
-,t.eed the day pleasantly, and participate
'the vatted muusements—dancing
‘o.ieli are down in their programme, trill
wt it to be itrattendince. See large pos.
F. P. Grady, merchant tailor, pre:baited to
Mr. J. T. Smith, las: week, a handsome and
valuable r.ilver watch and chain, us a mark
the et.tt.q.:lll in which he held Mr. Smith as
a fai:l.fund comcientious wurkraan during
hi- an.: enticeship with Mr. Grady. Mr.
Smith's t. ruieuded on Saturd.ty last. The
il , g in:TR iption is hanthyomely engraved
ti.:id‘• of the cwt. : "IYe,ented by F.
Gra;ly to J. T. Synth, June 'Pith,
Among those ho started on the Wyalusiug
excursion to New York last Tuesday morning
the following : Mrs. M. J. and Fannie
Lou„ Mr., and Mrs. 1). W. score,.. n. tx.
Smith and wife, W. A. Chamberlin, H. C.
Porter, C, L. Tracy. C. D. Humphrey, Prof.
Quiulan, and George Marshall. of this place,
Hot le*. Horton, Shores Dr. Bracr
lord, of Columbia, J. F. Morley, Burlington,
W. W. Whitman and T. Burke, Canton.-
The ioxt annual ineetitig of the Pennsyl
.)l,l.his' State. AFrociatir:n Will be held
in hit-burg during the time of the State
Sept. Mber. The State Agricultural
Society %till allot a 'space of 50 feet by 170 feet
,:hafting and motive power free for
the display of machinery and mill bupplies.
This :s the eirst time in this State that an
‘ipportunity has been afforded to millers to
such a display of milling machinery
iii m..tion, and it is expected that there will
b,• large number of
. millers pre , :ent from
lid and , Other States.
(mr glsh - ,.ture through the effj.rts of
;Mestrs. Davis of the Senate an , i Hillis of the
- 1b)15,..,-grahted an annuity and pension to the
s.; low Mary Kelley of Tawlinda. of /115, per
annum payable fiend-annually for services
r,ndere , l by her late husband, William Kelly,
one of the oldest citizens of this Doro., at
the time of his decease, in the war of ISI2.
.fler papers necessary to substantiate her
claim, were gotten up by Allen McKean,
as the proof of service of leer said late
Lush:m.l at th;s late day was nut f utlictent
nut!, r the Lcw of the ti, S., to procure relief
cult the general Pen,sion laws. it is a de
s.ervipg grant alt oniS which should have
I. be.:tor.ed bt-forc.
•1 but davWas I, 111 . ;111: , !:hriSt; day. It tit.
(,b-, rye(' in SS. Peter-• and Paul Catholic
church, place, ttitli Arandly impressive
eertninnie4; Four inagaus were celebrated.
Rev: Fathe'r Hells, the pastor, was assisted
v. Father Dunn, (if Hyde Park; Bev.
Father Cummiskey, of .Hazleton, and Bev.
Father O'Hearn, of Wilkes-Barre. Bistiop
(Mara of Scranton was . also present. Two
linniired children took'part in the ceremony
(f strewing flowers fer'the procession of the
Blesst d Sacrament, fThe little girls wore
white flre!.rt4 %%Oh pink sashes, and each
carried a handsome botinet. The boys bore
' hag, wa candles a.. 4 their votive offerings.
;t wa. 4 I, autiful siglit, and the lian.l , orne
church teas bull ot• faithful Catholics and
intetested Protestant spectators.
Mercnr Hall, was filled to oveillowing on
Friday ev <ping last to enjitY the excellent
entertainment given, by the 'New Orleans
litip.trels. This troupi, is a rate exception
to the getizral character of traveling min
strels. The members ; are all gentlemeft of
d. et;rum and culture, • Their singing was
go,ll, the clog and jig dancing were tzuperla
tie t•lv good and their witticisms frebtt and
,t•ar,,ung .-Their localized ited
ixught ,: r÷especially that one. where
1,. in flit, Indian tight mistook Haifa-
I , Rid fur a Towanda- Bridge Policeman.
Thu recounting by one of the end men of the
of his brother, who after roaming
ttdumti, tile wor:d fur years became immense
!y Leh and tintli;y sailed down to take'his
t at Motiro , ,ova:t much taught d at. The
Inti,:e vtiy lint, the - gold bullion cornet
I Sail and Siawalarease
A hal: ti. melded, hall insane noman got off
thc 7 t, in.. 4a,tward bound Lehigh Valley
p.is,4.ngir train at the depot opposite town
i.n Friday even . mg' last.', and the train passed
op. It appears that had a ticket for
and as this train was but alt :teem
inolo.tion it did nuy run through she was
put off her, . Mr. E. 0. Gridley, Attorney•at-
Lair. who happened to he at tilt depot in
tviertel himself in sir case, but could not
learn from htr where Ay was from . _ or where
she wishe t to ;o. examining her bundle
he found 1, tit:, nom the i;oormasterii of a
nu in Michigan, near INtroit, addressed to
pal:ills, saying that her name is
that she had been in jail in Michi
gau :or sat , keeping, that she was without I
cur friends there, that she had friends
at burg, New Jersey, opposite Easton,
and y had 1 urvhased a ticket for her, and I
•flishe I tlik ul-to see that she was passed on to
that ph:ce. She was entirely incapable of
carinLi Tor herself. Through the kindness of
Mr. Gr.d:ey and Mr. Kellogg of the Elwell
llunse she was provided with supper, and at
11 p. in., Mr. Kellogi, put her on board a
through train aMI sent her on her way to
Easton, in charge or the conclu.!tor, who
ktitdlp prmmsed to look after her. In 'view of
the mental condition'of the woman it seemed;
like lul/luau treatment to scud her afloat in
sm.:. a manlier. •
Otx of the most successful of our .home
manufactured articles is Sledge's Hair 'faun:.
It made its own success, however, for if a
person tries it, they will never again patron-
ILC_ the poisonous articles put on the market
by the large city manufacturers, whose chief
aim is to Make, the articles as. cheap'as they
possibly can. Mr. Stedge puts none hue the
purest and best ingredients in his tonic. It
is positively 'the best article in the market
to-day fur keeping the hair in a healthy state,
preventing it from falling out, and as a dress
ing it csnnot *be equalled. Persons losing
tlii it hair from fever or other sickness will
find- it invaluable. We have tried it and
lit.uu vitiator we speak.
- Mr. IV. V. Duggan, who ri cently graduat
,d at the Sdaquelatinia Collegiate Institute
ha, accepted The Priticipalatiip of the Barclay
titadi d Sehocl and commences Monday next.
IA (pie wanted him to euromence imme
thately i,n tia arrival home, he begged how
ever a w...eit's respite from the hard work o f
the past year.—:•;^h -, Journal.
'--Misa Fannie ,Nob le, of Troy, is visiting
Mende in tow!!.
—Mr. 3.8. povingdon trill teach at Me
pheppen thootruing fall.
, I.lr. Charles Fox; of Clark's boot suit shoo
Moro is on the sick list.
—Mimi Kate Phinney has gone to Water
bury, Conn„ to visit friends.
—Mrs Phillips of Wyoming county is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. M. A. Itockwell.
—D. M. Turner, or the Journat, and E. A.
Parkions,of the 4rgus, aro attending the Edi
torial Association at Long Branch.
—Policeman Dimmock and Will Chamberlin
were in Sullivan county last week fishing for
trout with. good success. s•
-Mrs. T. M. Woodruff wbo has been quite
dangeroasly ill, is so much iiiiproved as.to be
able to be Dili Again.
--Editor, Nangelder and dauglita, of !the
Leßaysvilte Adrerliser, rte attending' the
State Editorial Association at Long Biancli.
—Mrs. feet and her sister, Hiss Gleason,
,went to Brooklyn, N. V., on Friday last tp•
spend the Summer with friends in that city.
' —Misses Mary J. anti Sarah R. Hnnt,.of
Cocolainms,Juniata county, are visiting
at Solomon Stevens.
—Ws. Graham Macfarlane started - for
.Washington city, on Tuesday to
wedding of her sister, Miss Bradley..
—Mr. A: Mrs. 3. 0. Frost have gone to Sla
terville, N$Y., to try the water cure at that
place; . They, have both been invalids for
some time past.
—Mrs. James T. Hale awl . MiSs Lizzie
Overton, graduates of the Elmira Female
lege, attended the commencement exercises
of that institution last week.
-]lra. Dr. li. O. Porter entertained a large
party•of little children on Friday afternoon
1 ast, at her residence on Alain street. There
was sunshine there that aftefrot.
—Mrs. Graham Macfarlane, returned on
Thrirsday,tast from a two weeli'e.: visit to the
famiiy of-her brother, lion. Samuel D. Brae
ley, at Olean, N. Y.
. —Mr. 'Norman Eiehelberger and 'bride re.;
turned (rola their. .weddittg trip on Sunday
evening last. They are Inaking their home
at present with WM. Tracy.
—Gen. IL J. Madill, of Pennsylvania, an
old friend of Col: Nichols, will be here in
July to look ua the country with a view to
:veining hcre.JF3frptierzqui (Kim.)
—Miss Petrie, of Barclay, who graduated at
the Elmira Female College last week, carried
ofd' two valuable prizes, the MO, scholar
ship prize founded by Hon. E. N. Frisbie and
a .1:10, prize given by Genl—Diven for best
HT. Holcomb and wife, and Mrs. Henry C.
Porter and her little daughter, Helen, left on
Monday evening last for Long Branch, NOV
Jersey, to attend the meeting of the Penn
sylvania Editorial Asociation.
—Mr. Myron Benjainin,i.h mimeo or
Albany Was in town oi. 'Saturday last. Mr.
Benjamin is an adept at hewing and dressing
timber. Any person in want of such. labor
will please give notice to S. D. Sterigerii. .
—Mrs. M. L. Burns,', a member of the
Pennsylvania Editorial Ass&elation, left. On
Monday morning last for Long Branch, to
attend the Summer meeting of the Associa
tion, as a staff correspondent of the Elmira
Adrutiser. She is accompanied by her friend
Mrs. Brooks, of Waverly.
'—Messrs. Davies, Porter, Layton and Ennie,
returned on Siturday,last froth their fishing
trip to West Canada Creek, .N. Y. They
show the marks of the lung-billed mosquit4s
of that region, and reported indifferent suc
cess. Just as we predicted, 'they fished the
wrong holes. The Conkling, Platt, Tiernan
and Jab Obs trout didn't bite worth a cent.
—The many friends of Cal: G. Mason
will regret to learn that he was4ricken with
paralysis (in Thursday night last, and is now
lying in a critical condition with slight pros
pect of recovery. His entire left side is par
alyzed, and the vocal organs are 'We much
affected as to t end( r him unable to articulate
so as to be understood. He is entirelY de
priv ell of .physical power and is helpfess.. A
vety rad case. .
As «ill be notic.l at the head of the
second page, Thomas_ Blackwell, Egq„ Of
West Burlington, is announce] as a: mutt,
date for county Commissioner. 11. r. Blad-k
-weil has hosts of friends in the county that
would like totter hint umninated and elected,
mid he is 4 staunch liepublicau of 'the true
/t ijte Match
Last Saturday a team of. teU men of the
Towanda Rifle Club vent to Leßaysville and
had a friendly contest uith the Lataysville
Club an' ! l were beaten. The weather was not
favorable for shooting. A very high, gusty
wind prevailed, causing poor shootingl•and
many ~ .z.nieses. The' Nvond , 2r was 'that, not
more "O's" were made. had the weather
be en faveiable the scor,• would no doubt have
been more Creditable ar.yl much more satisfac
tory to the men.
A large unmber oroitizens were on the
ground! , to witness the shodtfim, aad many
wondered the men e u I -d ) ti,:a well as they
did to stand up and shoot in anch a gale.
The Towanda Team were weld - pleased.by the
way in which they wer.• entertained, and of
the trip to-Leßaysvtlle.
The following is thb score :
, LF.RAYSVILLF. TEAM
Robert Sterns ' 40
E. 31. ;Pitcher ' 36
Leßoy , . Coleman 40
J. P. * Carl • 35
J. S. Ellsworth • • 33
L. P. Blackman ', 38
Stephen Gorham .
G. S. Kinney 35
Joseph Coleman . 37
P. F. Ellsworth : - i
TOW AND.y TEAM
Et Walker, Jr
W. S. .....
J. A. Wilt •
Echo„ ,Walker, Sr
C. E. Andrus
H. H. Bowman
J. M. Edson -
J. A. Wilt used a fide
K. of 11.. Affilirersary
The entertainment to be given at Mercur
llall on the evening of June 30, under the
auspices of" Crystal Lodge No. 57, commem
orating the eighth anniversary of the found-
Ong of the Order of Knight. of Honor prom
ises to be unusually interesting. There will
be a short lecture on the objects and plans
of thebrder, followed by a full exemplifica
tion of "Fourth I Degree," after this instru
mental mil voca' music. Readings, etc., De-.
!regiments of lee Cream, 'Cake, and Straiv
berries if iu season, will be served in the
Green Ituom for those desiring to partake of
them, at moderate t eharges. All are cordial
ly invited to attend. Admission freei
FOURTH OF JULY
A picnic will be held on the Fair Grounds,
East Towanda, July 4th, for the benefit of the
Catholic church of Towanda. A :big Mime is
anticipated, The programme'uf the day will
consist ol.dancing in theibeautiful - grove,
foot racing; a wheelbarrow race. the contes
tants blindfolded; heavy and light shoulder
stone throwing; a greise4 pig will be let
loose to be caught , the person catching and
holding the pig to have . it; and a variety of
other amusing games. Arrangements have
been made for reduced rates on all the.itail
roads. Dinner will be served on the . groands.
conveyances provided to • and from the
grounds at a reasonable cost. A cordial invi
tation extended to all, and
.a vleasant tune
guaranteed. . .
Plaining Milt Accident
Mr. John H. °mutt, an industrious and
worthy mechanic and builder, met 'with a
painfully distressing accident while , working
about a belt saw on Friday last at N. P. Hick's
plaining mid, which came
.near severing his
right hand fr; hie aim.: We learn that one
bone at the wrist was cat off and the cords
and tendons severe.l. Dr. - Pratt dressed the
wound and hopes are entertained that Mr.
Orcutt may yet dive his band and when
healed May be able to use his arm. Tlie
wound will disable him for a long time.
should lie recover the use of his hand.
LINWOOD, CAItUOLL CO., MD.
I was troubled with, Weak Stomach, and
the use of Dr. Clark Johnson's ludian Blood
Syrup effectually relieved me. 1 would not
be without it. MOSES HAINES.
Warner H. Carnochan., one of the bright
est lights of the Bradford connty.Bar, died at
his residence on Chestnut street, at 3 o'clock
on Friday .afternoon last, Juno 17, aged 41
years, 4 months and 9 days.
He was born in Troy, this county, on the
Bth day of February 1840. He was educated
at the Troy Academy, read law for a time
with E. V. Parsons, Esq., of Troy.. In 1860,
at the age of twenty he came to Towanda
and read law with Hon. U. Mercur, now one
of the Ji r idges of the Supremo Court of Penn
sylvania;. Was admitted to the Bar in May
1861, and immediately formed a partcorebip
with E. B. Parsons at Troy in the practice of
his profession. In Junc;lB62, he entered the
volunteer service in the war for the suppres
sion of the rebellion, and was appointed 2d
Lieutenant, Company D, 132 Pa. Volunteers,
was produited to the Captaincy of Co. D in :
November 1862. His enlistment being for
the term' of one year, he was honorably dis
charged in May 1863, and returned to Troy.
Soon after came the proclamation calling•for
emergency. men. He organized the first
companytinder th.s, call add was chosen its
Captain. The Company was the first to reach
Camp Curtin at Harrisburg, where it was
mustered into the 26th Regiment U.S. emer
gency service, Started for Gettysburg, but
was detained three or four day by. a railroad
accident. His regiment was sent out and
fell into thi : handa of the rebel General
Early's men, and Captain Caruochan and his
company were captured. They were - paroled
and returned to Gettysburg after the battle.
The emergency men having been discharged
he retnred to Troy in the fall of 1863 and
opened a law office. In the winter of . 1863-'6l
he was in Florida as a Store keeper for Cap
tain Aspinwall, Chief of the Commissary De
partment of the South. Ho returned to TrOy
in Nov. 1861, and performed service in. the
Provost Marshal's office with Capt. C. M.
Manville. Resuming the practice of his pro
fession, he was nominated in the summer of
1866 aneeleeted at the ensuing fall election,
as a Republican to the office of District At
t•Jruey for Bradford county. We should have
noted, hat he was nominated iu the winter
of 1865 to be Assistant Quartermaster of Vol
unteers, with rank of Captain and was con
tirmecron the 21st of FebrukrY. Ho did not
accept the office hoWever, having married on
.the day oc his. confirmation. He continued
his partnership with_ Mr. Parsons in the
practice of his profession,'until his election'
- to the office of District Attorney; in the fall
of 1868. He filled the - office ably and well,
and rose rapidly* as one of the foremoSt law
yers at the Bar. In 1875 ho formed a law co
partnership with Hon. W. T. Davies, and the
firm name of Davies i Carnochan continued
up to last fall, when Louis H. Hall was added
to the firm 'the firm name becoming Davies,
Ca rnochan INk Hall, in which connection ho
remained up to his death. His disease was
a lingering consumption, which gradnally
undermined his vital powers until death ter
minated his earthly existence; For nearly a
year past ho was se feeble that ho could not
engage in active practice,and for the past six
months he has been nearly all the time con
fined to his house. He will be greatly missed
by the legal profession, of which he was one
of its brightest ..ernaments,__and.,by_ his ac
quaintances geneliillY.i,..tvith whom- he was 'a
... . „
A large concourse of• hied& assembled at
his late residence ,J . y:O'Clo0; on Sunday
mot ninglast to pay! ir last sad respects to
his memory.._The--firem . rs of the Bar at 7
tended,iiiViridy, , Services were conducted
at the - Loose bv...Ret. Dr. Stewart, of the
Prestry-teri:in Church. 1. His remarks on the
sad occasion, were pOnliarly touching and
consoling. At the clooe of the services the
remains were to cu to the depot, accompa
nied by. Rev."„ Dr. teWart, members of the
Bar and'inany citizens, and' placed on board
a special car furnished by President Packer
of the Lehigh' YalleY Road, to be conveyed
to Troy, his native place, for interment. The
most of the attorneys of this place, and a
number of immediate friends of the family
accompanied them with the remains to Troy.
The following members of the Bar acted as
pall l;earera, viz : Hort. P. D. Morrow, Col.
E. Smith, N. C. Elsbree, H. J. Madill. D'A.
Overton, B. M. Peck, W. J. Young, H. N.
Williams. ' . .
The funeral cortege arrived at Troy at
about 2 o'clock p. m., and . were met at - the
depot by a largti , number of citizens of that
place-with a hearse in-waiting to receive the
remains.- They were conveyed to the Pres
byterian church, wher e funeral sets:ices were
held. Dr. Stewart deliiered an elegant and
able sermon, when the rea.ains were laid to
rest in the Troy cemetery-.
The diiceased leave's a wife and four chi'',
dren surviving him—two sons and two
daughters. Ho also leaveso3.ne brother, and
we think a sinter, of which latter we are not
certain. The generous syriipany of our en
tire community is extended to the stricken
family. ' . -
John Edward Wells
Le Macedonia, May 23, 1881, of niembran
ours croup, John Etivard, only eon of Charles
and Amelia Wells, aged eleven;
When a baby (twin is :i414 . e1l •front
mothe4's arms and laid silently to rest under
the daisies, it is very '...hard to - Follow the little
spirit on its way into the new an .1 untried .
Here he has always been s dependent, we
dud ourselves wondering who took him on
the other- side, and who is caring for hini
now, as we cared for Lim here. Our only
comfort in this is, that Jesus, who said on
earth, "Let the little ones come unto Me," is
there to care, for them ail and we must Him.
For a lonk time the little sisto re as they
fold away a little garment or come across
some reminder of their little brother, will
feel th'e sudden.heart-ache, and the unbid
den tear-drop will fall, but the memory
though sad is sweet, and they will at the
same time feel that. "Tis betterto`.;-, - havo
loved and lost, than never to have loved at
all." : M. M. A.
Sort/sera , Bradford:Musical Association
The second -annual meting of the N. B.
M. A., was Lek: in the Baptia'.: church, Borne,
Pa., commencing June 7th, and closing Juno
loth, udder the direction of Prof: Alfred
Bierly of Elmira, N. Y., , Miss C. M. Whitney
of Wyse; and Mr. John Elliworth . of Orwell,
There viiko au average attenflanco of about
fifty members, the meeting was a grand suc
cess in every particular' and very satisfactory
in its results.' Much credit is due Prof.
Bierly for his earnest efforts in helping to
make this meeting a success: 7 •
Friday afternoon came the electiai of of
ficers, nnd the results were as follows:
P—L. W. Towner,. Rome..
V I' —John Ellsworth, Orwell.
S—C. B. Titus, lierrickville.
C. Aruold,-North Rome.
E C—Stephen Rostwick , , Windham; ;C. Ti
Hull, Athens; J. PriCe Rome. •
Friday evening dime the Concert, owing to
the rain and mnd ;We're was not as large en,_
attendance as would haVe 'been expected'
under more favorable Au - curitstatices.„ yet
there was a fair audience nd the attention
very good. The concert reonsiited of solos,
duets, quartettlis, select rdading bc. Owing
to want of !space) we omi: the prograre.
Receipts for the week, near fifty dollars.
The next meeting will probably be held at
Athens some time this fall, it is thlt wish of
many that Dr. H. IL Palmer of N.dfc - ivntluct
the next meeting. • '.s„ 11;
Mr. and Nrs..Wilison.
The Oil City Derrick! pf June 17, which-con
tams aii a laborate repot of the Murphy Gos
pel Temperance ineetitipii at that place, refers
in most complimentarytterme to the singing
of Mr. and Mrs. %Vinson, as follows
• The singing of Mr. and Mrs. Willson last
night was tonl-inspiring and the audience
drank is-the tweet melody of the heavenly
ly music and thirsted for more; as evAdenced
by.the.applarise that resounded through the
tent. "Where is' my, Wandering Boy To
night^ was again rendered, at the request of
some one in the audience, and oh how beau
tiful it was sung. Doubtless the words stir
red tie heart of many a mother or father
who had a sou out iu the wide werldsonie
where battling with Ore, for whose welfare
their hearts yearned." Mr. Murphy never
ceases iu private conversatimi in sounding
he praises of these site 4 singers."
A Lady's Wish
"Oh, how Ido wish my skin was asclear
and soft as yours," said a lady to her friend.
"You can easily make it so," answered the
frieridv.• "Row ?" inquired the _ first lady.
"By using hop Bitters, that makes pure rich
blood and blooming health. It did it for me
as you obserie." Bead of it.—Cciiro Biafra%
June 16-2 w.
The following marriage notice. which we
copy from the Creston, lowa, Advertiser, will
bo, of interest to the many- relatives and
friends of the groom in this county:
"On Wednesday evening, May 25, the news
gleaner of the Adoertiso lead the pleasure of
being present at the hippy event of the mar
riage of Mr. Holcomb, Of Murray, lowa, and
Mrs. M. M. Hand, of this city, at the residenc e
of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Lewis, at 9 o'clock, p.
m., Rev. T. V. Berry officiating.
'The groom is well known in Clarke Co.,
where ho has residenee several years. He
formerly resided at Hopeville, but for some
time past has been &resident of Murray. He
is in very easy_and comfortable circumstances
and is now e ngaged in no active business.
He was formerly a farmer, and , his financial
success has enabled him to fill by a sufficient
amountto keep him and his small family the.
'remainder of hie days without more active
labor. He is a very intelligent, honorable
gentleman, highly respected by those who
know him best, and has filled with credit
many positions of public trust the people of
his locality have seen fit to bestow upoehim.
The bride. Mrs. M. El. Hand, came to
Creston from the east some five years ago,
'and•has resided hero since that time, making
her home of late with Mrs. Lewis. She is
well known and highly respected and esteem
ed by a large circle of friends and acqnain
tances among the best people of Creston, and
is a lady of intelligence arid has many-excel
lent qualities of mind and character.
The groom is 60 years of age, while the
bride is in the 4lst year of her age. The
match is considered by the intimate friends
of the contracting farties as a very excellent
one in many respects and -no wedding has
been celebrated for :130M0 time in Creston, -
which gave us more pleasure to chronicle.
The Spaciousßailorsnt Mr. and Mrs. Lewis'
elegant: home were comfortably filled with
guests, among whom we noted the following:
Mr. and Mrs. A.
,I'. Stepheni; Mr. and Mrs.
G. I'. Butt's ; Mr, and Mrs. H. M. Way; Mr.
and Mrs.- J. D.-Mean; Mr. and Mrs. F. G.
Dana, Cromwell, Iowa; Mr. F. C. Taylor, of
Chicago: Mr: C.A. Graham;- Mr. I Geo. Dan
iels ; Mrs. E. . H. Lasseaux ; Mrs. Sadie
The ceremonies and 6:mgratulations over.
the guests repaired to the dining room .
where tables spread with snowy linen
groaned under their Weight of -good things,
and sat own to one of the_tnost elegant re
pasts, w thout miggeration, it ha's been the
pleasure of the writer to partake for many a
day. We will not attempt to describe' the
wedding supper, as words fail to do it jultice,
but will say that the guests did not fail in this
particular. After 'supper a _very
hour or so was passed together in the parlors,
when the guests 'departed for their homes,
wishing long lives othappiness to the newly
married couple, -and also to the genial' host
and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Lewis.
Several'handsome presents were given the
bride, which lack of apace will not admit of
The newly married couple . left on NO, 4,
Thursday, for their future home at
Murray, accompanied by Mrs. J. D. MAon
and little ones, who will visit for a short time
with her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Holcomb.
The Ackerlaser, jcins with their many
Wends in wishing the happy 'couple wavy
years Or happy married life before -they l itre
called home_ to that beautiful land where
there is "neither marrying nor giving, in
DECORAT lON DAY AT NE IV ALBANY
EDITOIt REPCitLICAN:—After waiting to the
third edition of your paper since the Decora
tion4day and find no report from New Albany,
I thought as this year was the first that
Swart Post, No. 72, G. A. IL, stayed at home,
and decorated the graves of comrades in the
different cemeteries of the neighborhood, in
the absence of a better I would try and give
a brief amount of the proeeediege.
It seems that it was previously
the members of the Post that comrades in
the different, localities should decorate the
graves near ;them and in the afternoon to
meet at New Albany to close up by a dis
course by Rev. D. Craft.
The comrades and soldiers and citizens on
Hatch Hill, mot at M. E. Church, at nine
o'clock, Past Commander R. H. Richards took
the Command. - Wm. •Hewitt acting Chap
The Sabbath school formed.andeatried the
wreathe and flowers, and marched to the
gate of the cemetery, then in open ordei let
tire Comrades and soldteri( march through;
taking the flowerb as they passed in, -when
they halted and the Comniandtx read the
impression words printed for the occasion..
Theis the Chaplain invoked Divine blessing.
The comrades then decorated the graves,
of 'withers otthe late war, and of the war of
. When they were dismissed the comrades
of the Post went to New Albany and there
Were increased by another load and proceed
ed to Laddsburg, where they were met by the
Sunday school of that_ place and many -citi
The Sunday school formed under the man
agement of Rev. G. W. Steriger marched
to the gate. The comradei and soldiers
formed behind them, under command of the
name officers as in the morning. The school
was ord&ed to open ranktf and the comrades
marched in and halted giving room to all to
get into cemetery. The detail was called out
to decorate the unknown graves. Then fell
back to the ranks, marched around and
through the cemetery and whenever a flag was
seen, and closed in a hollow square around
the unknown grave, when the ceremony
ended and few remarks made by rev. G.
The comrades returned to New Era,
gathered at the 'cemetery there under com
mand of G. H. Terry, Marshal of the Day, and
H. it. Vanloon his assistant.
Atter decorating tho graves remarks wore
made by Revs. Perry, Reams and Crift, who
arrived in time wit 4 comrade Horton. This
branch of G. A. R.; then marched along_ the
road towards New Albany and halted at a
private bUrying ground, and decorated the
graves of four -brothers, two pair of twins,
two died in the army, and two after they
came home, thence they marched to Ever
green, As a notice has been made this week
of thAt proceeding I pass it by.
When the whole met.,at New Albany, thi
stores Were all closed, there, could be no lea's
than pile thousand present.- Comrades,
soldiers and citizens and Sunday school chil
dren and their Officers.
Although a shower came about this time
and detained the proceedings, in a short time
the Liberty Corners Band; were on the
street and the; Marshal's 'voice mit' heard,
"fallin 1" They then marched along the street
by"the M. E. Church and "about face?" iviiii
heard and all marched by the Church back
and halted, "open ranks" and the Sunday
schools of New Albany, Hatch Hill, Evergreen
and Laddsburg,n.arched through. Then this
comrades closed" up 'and marched opposite
the cemetery and twelve were detailed to
decorate the graves them. Then a counter.
march was ordered, "file right!" went into
the grove igkhere the unknown
decorated. Then all proceeded to" tl.le stand
and listened to a most excellent discourse
from Comrade craft.. The main aim of which
. was ainonumeilt to the soldiers of Bradford
[ county. The closing piece was sang by Mrs.
Dr. Planck, the /audience joining, "Shall We
Meet Beyond The. River."
I Dismissed by the benediction alt well pleas
led with our first:Decoration at home. • •
. - • .
A circus arrived hero on Saturday Juno
18th---Circus and-Church concert game even; ,
Concert - and circus are over with, the stars ,
are peeping out here and there, and there is
hardly a sound now to break perfect.repose;
Only the wind rustling through the leaves.
A couple of artists from Rochester, N. .Y.,
has been spending a few' days in this plea.
There is quite a number of people" from
abroad, a visiting friends, in this community.
The circus men' 'kayo spent the Sabbath
here, some of teem' have attended Divine
worship, moat ofVti . ii visited the cemetery,
some of the citizeniiMy they think from their
appearance they werei.quite a civil class of
men, others say they'heard no profane lan
guage Used, by tlio2 , and saw no ardent
spirits around, quiKcommendable, for show
men. The company_prganized in the state of
Ohio; and wintered3ast in Maryland.
The ; presidint , Wer Rev. Y. C. Smith, of
Owego, preached an old faiihion, gospel ser
mon, at the Rome r k E. Church, this even
ing. ITEM what the world is , a starving for.
It was not writteWdown on paper.
When preachers can give one , tenth of whet
thdir brains contains to the Lord, for the sup
port of his,gospel in this world, without writ
ing it all down on paper, then it will do for
the people to give one-tenth of their income
to the Lord, for tho .support of his gospel,
and a great many more will go to church to
hear the word of the Lord. OnsEnvci.
Juno 19, 1881.
To-day Hiss Hattie Biggs returned from a
visit to her sister's, she was surmised to find
her home filled with her little friends and
schoolmates, in honor of her thirteenth birth
day. She ;this so surprised at first, she hardly
knew whetfier to laugh or cry, but awn re.:
gained her composure and welcomed her
guests warmly, who were , soon enjoying"
themselVes in various ways:. Some swinging
in the barn, others playing croquet, and
others looking at views and engravings in
Thug the time was - spent in healthful and
innocent pleasure till a' little after four
Vclock, when they were gathered in the din
ing room, where the loaded tables decked
with flowers; presented a very inviting ap
Hero Mattio's young friends to the number
of.about twenty were seated, and waited upon
to, ice-cream and strawberries, and many
other good , things, till they were more than
satisfied. After their delicious repast, they
were_ all seated in the sitting-room, when
Miss-Abble Horse stopped forward and in a
very neat graceful manner presented her fair
hostesi a beautiful volume of Tennyson's
poems with the following lines: •
Thirteen short years ago •
/ORM baby fair,
Entered a happy home
• To bo a sunbeam there;
With a baby's pretty ways Y ,
And Canning little arts, •
She soon was mistress there,
For she captured all their hearts.
And every year that pasee'd
With swift and steady pace,
Brought to her face and form
Some added childish grace;
And when it was thought best
To grow wise as well as good,,
She sought with youthful glee
The school-house by the wood.
And whether at her books
Qr on the lawn to play,
She 'always was the same, •
Bright, cheerful, light, and gay;
Until of all her mates
She made warm friends, and true,
You need not look surprised,
Dear Matti°, that was you.
And we have gathered here
Thispleasant summer 4ay,
To si4d the hours with you
Ina happy ehnerfal way.
And'in behalf of these
• Your friend's' and schoolmates dear,
I ask you to accept
The book which I have bore.
'And whenin future years • •
Yon read its pages o'er,
May it recall to mind .) • •
The happy days of yore;
0, will you prize it, then,
As, a token of our love, . '
'Which for you will stronger grow
Till we're gathered up above.
Her teacher who was present, then stepped
forward and with a few remarks presented
a heaulifel jewel casket. from Miss LottiO
Garabrant, a handsome birthday card from
sister Cora, ...and as it was Mise Dora Fergu
son's bilthdav, she received °us also from
the same source, a book .from •Miss Minnie"
Rymer; •a scrap-book from herielf;
beautiful bird and cage from father and
mother. • Although much .surprised, Mattis
received her gifts in a graceful manner and
expressed her thanks.
After another hour spent in each other's
society, they separated and returned home,
feeling.that it ;has been one of the bright
days of their existence, and wishing , dear
Mattis many happy returns of her birth-day..
Miss Tootie Kittle; and Miss Allie Case are;
both quite sick: Much sympathy was ex-'
pressed for them and their presence greatly
missed at the birth-day party mentioned
above. We hope to see them out again soon.
Miss Luella Phillips who has been sick a
long time is slowly recovering.
Mr. Simon Tinklepaugh's pleasant counte
nance. is seen again on the streets after a
severe illness. • . •
Mr. James Riley, the ruing man who was
buried in a sand bank and seriously injured,
a short time ago, is still living. and in a fair
way to recover,.
Mrs. Samuel Merritt has gone to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Charles Sixton, in Owego.
.Moro when anything happens. E. 14. B.
Business is unusually lively in our vicinity
at present. Plenty of business for all.
farmers are jubilant over the prospects a
the coming harvest.
An effort is being made to raise funds suf
ficient to thoroughly repair the Union chtirch
at this place. Maj. - Terry to superintend the
work; a sufficient guarantee, that if doup, it
'will be in a workmanlike manner. May‘the
much needed work go on.
Our Sabbath school is in a flourishing con
dition. , Officers, teachers and scholars are
interested. Here, as in every good commun
ity the young are being taught the right.
Colonel Horton and family, of Ithaca, N. Y.,
spent last sabbath with their many friends in
this . place.
Mr. and Mrs—Wheat, of Towanda, and Miss
Emma E. Seaman, of Macedonia, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Garrison.
lilies Blakeslee of Lynn, fineq., Co., issperid
ing the summer with her Coll Bill. Mrs. W. T.
Mr. Miller, the wagon maker, is driven"
with work, , but with the help of "Charley"
acconiodate all who come.
Business is equally lively at W. anti J. B.
Horton's store. -Mr. Garrison is ready and
will to make allihappy who
.come to buy.
W. T. Horton has parted with ' his valuable
horse "Bob." The :ucky man is Dr. Tewks
burg, of Wilkes-Barre.
Jno. , ,Terry sueceeds H. L. Terry, Esq., as
school director. liow look out.
Clark Hall had the misfortune) to cut his
font so badly that he has been unable to leave
hie room for severaldays.
The time nearing for the nomination of
county officers. This is something that in
terests all. We want, in the future'as in the
past, practical, honorable men to be nomi
nated and elected. F;or the office of Sheriff
we again tiring forward our much esteemed
friend, W. T. Horton./ He is a staunch re
p-ablieans of Bradford Co., will confer an
honor upon a worthy man by nominating and
electing Mr. Horton to said office. Cox.
Juno 21, 1881.
MECHANIC Fetas, blArs•E.
• - •
DEAR Slue: =Aii`iw•ering yours of the 14th
inst., we have been selling the Davis Vertical
feed Sowing machine nearly four,yeare, pre
vious to which we sold the Singer almost ex
elusively for fifteen years, arid we, do not
hesitate to state that we consider the Davis
far superior in every essential particular. •We
nave used them in our shops since we first
commenced selling them, and are constantly
furnishing clothing . to be' made on seven
hundred outside, and know poiritively that
they wear longer than Singer. "cause less
trouble to keep jn order, and give much bet
ter satisfaction to the purchaser.
J. A. Bucsriest d: Co:
Tiles are frequently preceded by a sense of
weight in the back, loins and lower part of
the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose
he has some affection of the kidneys or
neighbortneorgans, At times symptoms of
indigestion are present u flatulency, uneasi
ness of the stomach,. etc. A moisture like
perspiration, producing a very disagreeable
itching, . par ticularly at night after getting
warm in be& is a very common attendant.
Internal, External and Itching Piles yield at
once on the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile
Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts
affected absorbing the Tumors , , allaying the
intenseitching, and affecting a permanent
cure where all other remedies have failed.
Do not delay until the drain ,ort the system
produces permanent disability, bat; try it
and be cured. Price, 50 cents. Ask your
druggist for it, and when you cannot obtain
it of him, we will send it, p_repald, on recipt
of price:Address The Dr. Baanko Medicine
Co., Piqua . Ohio . Bold by Clark B. Porter,
S. End of Ward House Block:.
Erorroli Ewe . nugAz;:—As a witness the
tios is , supposed to' ive true and co
ewer's in Ckmrt, a correspondent is expected
to note the various circumstances, and news
matters that may come to his knowledge or,
under his immediate observation. So we note
yesterday (Sunday) was an eventful day for
First a bouncing girl for Mr. Netherton,
Second a nice boy the property of Mr. and
No services at the Church.
Bev. H. Cornell had a full house, his sub
ject or theme was liberal giving for the_pup
poit of the gospel, and charitable purpoles.
Of course his sermon Was intended for his
own 'flock and he produced abundant proof
from the bible to make his point. Whether
his. congregation adopt hiX teachings and
example remains to be seen.- It
_was a good
subject foi thought; and if carried out in
practice would have no: room for begging.
The long continued rains have delayed the
planting of corn and the average will be very
small' in compitrion on account of it.
Grass is looking well. Oats have suffered on
the account of the wet, ibut have improved
some in the last. few pleasant days, as has .
Other crops, many of the gardens are just
planted; haying will soo n be along and - much
work will be required toibo done in a short
space of time;.help is scarce scarce and tile
Prospect is wages will he high;
A little colored 'boy Bald Alio ether day it
Venor wotild keen - his mout shet we - should
have better weather. •
McLellan Frisby has returned from his trip
to Tennessee. his eyesight somewhat improv
ed by the•chango of climate. • '
The path masters and their troops: are
mending their ways and we note quite im
provements in many places.
The Metropolitan Hardware showed im
provement in looks in its new coat of paint.
Oar village blacksmith C. Eastman has also
painted his dwelling house.
Quarterly meeting at the E. Church .
neat Saturday and Sunday. raoonEssE - '
Pie-NiC, Camping and Pilaw/
I hive recently erected on the west side of
Mountain Lake several, buildings Tor the ac
commodation of pleasur e
i seekers; and should
the 'weather be unfavorable after visitors
have arrived at the Lake, they will find good
quarters for indoor enjoyment. • Good shed- .
ding for horses and carriages. have sever
al good boats on the lake for the accommoda
tion of guests, and there is a fine spring of
water close to the buildings. a.
June 16-4 w: t,nIFFIN STEVENS.
THE NORMAN STALLION ~,GAM
Will make the season of 1881, at his owners
stable in Milan, Pa.
TERMS.—SIS, to insure one mare-with foal,
$25, for two !nitres ctwned by ono man, if both
got with foal. If mare-has proper treatment
and her colt dies before it is nine days old
only half price will bo charged.
"GAmterra"" is a dapple gray, 7 years old,
16 hands high and weighs 1450 lbs. Stvlish
and active, perfect from the , gronnd up. He
is in very fine condition as he has been
driven carefully all the past winter in double
and single harne'ss; His coifs are large, well
formed with fine action. They are in good
demand. :200 each has been refused for
yearling, colts 'sired by him. Good pasture
furnished, for mares at reasonable prices.
R. S. EDMINSTON, Owner,
Milan, Br&lford Co., Pa
Mr. 24-3 m
! I. CL YDEIDALE STALLION
- • •
Will make the season of 1881
Mondays, Wednesdays - and
41 '.j Thursdays at home,Tuesdays
at Burlington, Greens hotel 'stables, Fridays
and Saturdays at Tray, Troy House stables.
• Terms $l5 to insure, $2.5 for two, $l5 for the
first, $lO for the second, owned by one man.
do ease of loss of colt' at foaling time we di
vide-loss. • - •
Lord Clyde is a rich dapple brown 8 years
old 15% hands high. weigher 1300 pounds.
Sire Lord Clyde, Dam Lady Clyde. Both
sire and dam imported. Bred by Wm.
Crozier, Northport, Long Island. His colts
ire bays and browns with hardly an eiception
with plenty plenty of life, and aro giving the
best of satisfaction in . harness. Season to
commence from date and close July 4th. •
4-so, breeding Southdown sheep, and
collie dogs. from the purest and the best.
Will have thoroughbred and grade ram lambs
for,sate the• coming fall. The *des are
Southdown and :Merino cross, which' make a
very fine and useful sheep,
• ; W. A. Wool)
EAST I.33IITIIFIELD, Pa.. April 25, 1981.
I want it distinctly understood that I hare
Removed from Bridge Street Furniture Store
to rooms over Turner & Gordon's drng store
and Woodford k Vandorn's - Amot and shoe
store where I will keep on o hand all kin& o
COFFINS AND CASKETS from tho best.s to
the cheapest. Any one in need of any thing
in my line give me a call. -
P. B.—l have no connection with any 4ir
Spitorri Toon' litnuows.—lnvaluable—the
latest improvement in ground cultivating
implements—will work on rougher, more
stony and harder soils and do better work
than any other. Will do four times the work
that the common harrows will do, Every
farmer needs one as an economical tool in
working his farm. • Try one—satisfaction
guaranteed. Agents wanted.
• We take great pleasure in calling the at-.
tehtion of our friends and customers to Dr.
Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup which is
perfectly harmless, pleasant to the taste, will
• not nauseate, and gives relief almost instant
ly. It matters not bow severe your Cough
may be, how many cough medicines ion have
tried, or how many physicians yon liave con
sulted, the tonic, soothing and healing pro
perties of this medicine will loosen it and as
sist the Throat and Lungs to expel the offend
ing matter, leavin g them in s healthy con
dition, free from irritation, and - the air pas
sages clear, besides invigOrating and
strengthening the general system. Price 50
cents. Fort the positive cure of Consump
tion, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis. Dry
Hacking Cough; Loss of Voice, Irritation of
the Throat, Soreness of theXhest, Pains in
the Lunge, Spitting of Blood, Croup, Influ
enza, Whooping Ceugb, and Lung Fever, we
recommend'this medicine above all others.
Youre'ttruly, CLang, B. Permit,
June 2-Iy. 8. End Ward House
All men and women whn work hard with
mind or body are subject to pOriodidal attacks
of biliousness, which may end in disordered
kidneys or liver and dangerous illness. A
.50ct or $l.OO bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic
will keep these organs active, sena by pre
venting the attack -have you ninth sickness,
'oss of time and great expense. Many fami
lies are kept in pe, rfe c t health by using the
Tonic when , Spring or Fall sickness threat
en. Delay at such times means danger.--
Detroit Press.-, Bee othex,colnmn.
WOles' improved Tompkins Coruty
Farmers will find this popular cultivator to
to be just the thing to dress
,out their grassy
cornfields and loosen up the soil. It" is the
most complete Implement for cultivating
crops. For sale wholesale and retail.
It. 31. WELLe, Manufacturer.
June 9 2w.
4 Fopsriti ()relay Party.
There will be a Fourth of July Party at the
Union Hotel, Rome, Pa., Monday even ing,
July 4th, Mg. All are invited to atten d.
Music Smith & Parie' Band, of Owego: N. F.
June 9-3 w. H. 0: Szurn, Prop.}
A CIME AT LAST.--Specilics without number
for the cure of Catarrh have been extensively_
advertised, and doubtless Ahem is some Mr
tue in them all, but the evidence is over
whelming that Ely's Cream Balm goes more
directly than any other to the seat of the
ease..and though it is a comparatively new
discovery,- it has resulted in more cures with
in the range of our observation than all the
others put together.- Wilkesbarre, Pa., Un
ion Leader, Dec. 19,1879. JIM, 10-2 w
ZIONSWIL4, L'CID., Nov. 3d, 1880.
Du.ll. J. liminaudc Co.. Gzirrs:—l r have
yOur valuable Treatise on the Horse and his
Diseases and your Kendall's Bpavin Cure.
My Horses have'the epizootic, one of them
could not swallow for two days I applied your
Kendall's Bpavin Cure twice to her throat and
it gave Most instant relief. I think I could
sell 1000 of your.books. Please give prices to
agents. - -r t Yours truly , _ PEtEß BoivEs.
sirlii LINE WITH ZsHE NEW .ADmlNisalit.A.rrioN.•-ve
J. .E.. - BUSH, - . CLOTMER,
IIiITENSE ';..SPRINIG - : - STOOK
laMari'e Clot 1
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Travelling
801/'S, YOUTH'S & Mil/111E
the season advances.
—L. B. Rogers has a. large stock of Sash,
Doors and Blinds, also Moldings, and is
selling cheaper, than any other establishment
in Pennsylvania. -
—Mrs. E. J.flilingos has returned from the
city with all the spring styles in Hats, Bon
nets, also a MI line of zephyrs.
—G. L. Itosp can sell Groceries very cheap
because hiceigienses are very light. His
customers shall have the benefit by buying at
the First Ward Store.! '
—All the latest •stylbs in Ladies Hats, and
other fancy goods for . the ladies at Mrs. E. L.
street, opposite the Park.
Choice hams at C. M. Myer's market,
Bridge Street. May 19-tf.
—Fresh lake fish and salt water fish at
C. M. Myer's market, Bridge street.
May 19- tf
—No charge for adelivering, and done
promptly from C. M. Myer's market, Bridge
street. May 19-tf
—Go to C. M. Myer's market, Bridge street,
for the best cuts of fresh meat. May 19-tf
E. J. Mingos has all the late6t styles
in Millinery and Fancy Goods. mil 1
Headache, Dyspepsia, Billionsuess. and
Constipation itired at once by Dr. Mettaur's
Headache and Dyspepsia Pills. -Price 25
cents. April 14
' Corrected every Wednesday.
STEVENS & LOiG. .
aenoral Dealers in OROCERLES ARID PRODUCE,
• -. Corner of Main and Phi° Streets,
TOWANDA, PA,. .
. . - PAYING . SELLING.
Flour per barrel ...... .... • $5 50(5 7 511
Flour per 5ack...... 1 4004 99
Buckwheat Flour, ? Val.. $1 69 -
Corn Meal 1 49
Chop Feed • 1 40
Wheat, ? bushel - 1 00(4 1 0.1
Corn, • ". -,. 50
Buckwheat, " 01 4
Diana, ". 170(411 64,
Potatoes, " 400 ,
Apples Green,. ? bushel.. 4047142
Apples Dried, ? lb ' 3,R$ 4
Peaches " . l• .. ..... f-100‘15 • •
Raspberries Dried 14 lb.. 20 •
Blackberries " " ... c .
Pork. ? barrel . 19 006721 40 .
Hann. "f lb - _
Lard, " .... ........ .... ! 10(.1.il 14
Butter, in Tub's a Firkins. • 174'18
Butter, in-Rolla • • 16(5,47 _,
Eggs - 170.18 •
Clover Seed ? bushel I . 5 00(2G :,0
Timothy seed ? bushel.. i 3 1564':3 25
Beeswax., 1 41 lb ' 1 206. 22
Syteeneo Salt ? barrel... t q • • 125
Michigan Silt " 140
Ashton Salt .• ... 3 00
Onions, ? bushel. , . 150
April 28-2 m
I J. S. ALLYN, Agt.
DERATEN '& TOIVNSEND,
.Third S. Philadelphia.
Stock bought Az sold either fjr Cash or on Margin
U. S. 3)4's, 1891 ' I BID. ASKED.
. I %
• Currency, 6's ' 131- 133
" s's, 1881, new, Ex• Coup..... 104 !.i'
" 4,4, new 1154 ,4
•'4's, " 118 • - ‘,,'
Pennsylvania R. R - 66 ;VI
Philadelphia and. Reading R. R.... 30,,, - „,
Lehigh Valley R. R 62,, Ca
Lehigh Coal and Navigation C 0.... 47', .. i •
United N J R R and Coal Co 196-
Northern Central R R Co 56
Restonville Pass RR Co 21J.,. 22
Pittsbtirgh, - Tit, hi Bluff, R R C 0... 233 24
Central Transportation Co • 43
Northern Pacific, Corn 45,4 si
.. " Prerd 5c,,,,, - ~.,
Northern Pennsylvania R R \ CO • 4
Ins. Co of North Araeriez.......1... 24,,., 28
Silver, (Tradei) .. 99,: ))+
B. B.E. VIELLE 3
You 'need not Die to %Vitt •
_ IN THE,.
MUTUAL ENDO - IV - KENT
You receive one-half of your insurance, ac
cording to the American Life Table, when two
thirds of your life expectancy is finished—for
ilitustra tion, a man or woman joining the Asso
ciation at;36 years of age taking a certificate for
$2.500, receives $1,275 when a little over 56 years
of age, exactly the period in life when a little
financial help is generally-more needed than at
any other time.
BLADES k. ROGERS;
june2tf. General Agents for Penn's.
Old Hats made 'New 1
,Altering and pressing for 40 cents.
Also, DRESSES CUT AND BAST
ED for 45 cents. All done by
ELLA R. McGAW
jnol. - On 2nd St., head of Franklin;
DISSOLUTION. --'-The partnership
heretofore existing between C. M. Myer and
W. J. Devoe, under the firm name of Myer and
Devoe, is this day dissolved by limitation. Mr.
W. J.. Devoe retiring (from the firm. The bust.
ness will be continued as heretofore, by Mr". C.
M. Myor, to - whom all notes and accounts due
the late firm are payable. , C. M. MYER.
Towanda, May 14; 1801. W. J. DEVOE.
No. 2 Bridge Street, Towailda, 'Pa.,
4L W 4 YS IX THE dIDELAra, IS RE CEIVM
VPOIII the , eltertike,sct Co the Virke,at an_
THE UNDERSIGNED hereby gives
notice that the Awls and Accounts of the
late Arm of Myer & Devoe, are in hie hands for
collection. All persons indebted" to theist. Arm
are requested to 'call and-settle srithout .
May 17 1881. V, M. MYER:
UNIEURJELIA.t i I 4, &c. )
R. M. Welles,
Wholesale and Retail
` Q t SPRING TOOTH IU-MIOVI.
•• • -
•The attention of the farmers of Bradford is specially called to these new Harrows as filling eorn
pletely a void in onr implements for the thorough pulverizing and prep,ratio.n of all boils for hoed'
and all other crops. Their operation is so remarkable as to make the Spring Tooth Barr.:w the
beat 'milling Farm implement now.lefore the public.
airrowNsine AGENTS wanted 4 where none are now appointed. • .
• CHURN YOWF.II. 4 * - !
A lull lino of First-class Churn Powers. Please examine into thu Livritti.Of tin rafrni ,lirjos
able Track Power. It is just the thing to pleaso. ' -
WIAIVEI CHILLED PLOWS I
CLIPPEER. REVERSIBLE -mill -WEST; ONEONTA .
REVERSIBLE OR SIMLIIILL PLOWS
, - -
Improved Toviipking: Count; Cualtivni tirsi. ••
•I• - -
.M. trsbcine ..4k Co's Independent - - -.Mowers - and Reaperij:
FARMERS FAVORITE ; GRAIN DRILL !
1 _ THOMAS SMOOTHING HARROWS! . . .
ACME .PiTLVERIZING HARROWS !
lIA,ND CORN PLANTERS ! - ..
...'.- • ' XX ITYDRArLic i , CEMENT !
FARM-WILDING AND ROOFING PAINTS, (WILDING PAPER.
LUBRICATING, .CYLINDER AND
FISH BROTHERS CELEBRATED FARM WAGONS.
AND THE, AUBURN FARM WAGONS.'
-These latter are the best! and finest finis,hed Farm . Wauons e‘:,.l. ~e- e n in
p• - . this County. • • .. .
~,... • •
Half ' Skeleton, - Open - Top and Covered H (...
First-class in every respect,' tram sso:® to *loom. 'All warranted well made from the
, best materials. - - - -
TOMPKINS COUNTY ' LEADER WHEEL RAKES
HAY FORKS. CARRIERS,,BLOCKS, and ROPE very cheap
CORN SHELLERS in variety, FEED CUTTERS, HAY TEDDERS, &C.
For the very - best and cheapest goods in the.like of Farming Maehinery, :Ap
ply to the - subscriber either personally or by letter. Send ' fur Circulars,,antl
priceS t • . ' -
Towanda, April 28th, 1 851
P-I;rqz - 4114011 , :11 , ;Pz-4:.T1
THE_ POPULAR CORNER !
GEO. L. ROSS,
Has filled up the old 310STANYE STORE With
- a full and complete stock of FRESH
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
PRICES AS LOWIA.S THE LOWEST.
'Call here for your Gtoceries, After you get
prices at Rosa' It will be of, no use to try else-
where for his prices aro down to rock bottom.
Farmers can get the tip-top of the msrket a
Geo. L. floss'. All kinds of Produce taken in ex
change for goods or for cash. . •
IS THE NAME OF the popular Liniment
that cures Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Swollen or
Stiffened Joint., Frost Mites, pain In the Face,
Held or Spine, Chapped hands, Bruises,Sprains,
Burns. Mosquioto Bites. Sting or Bite of an in
sect. Poison from common Poison Vines. eta.,
for man or beast. Always reliable, and almost
instantaneous In Its relief.' Having an agreeable
odor, It is pleasant to apply. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 25 cents.
N. B.—This Liniment received a Prize Medal at
the State Fai!,1879. „May 201 y.
-IP .- 1 4 '
The BEST and CHEAPEST BRANDS In this market
in any qaautity._at very low prices. wholesale and retail
Platform Wagons ) - • _
with Clark's Flexiblc, - and common 'Gear"; and Spring.
goods received as
Large stork of
'NEAys , FOOT OILS
Towanda sd. Store
(NEXT DOOR TO FELCH A: CO
Is prepared to offer a complete as. , ort
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
WIIITE-aud DECORATED (MINA
Latest de, , igns - anti pattern-C.a.
.For the coming Spring Trade, we
adhere as heretofore . . to our established
principle— . that quick with a small
profit • is better than a slow one
large profit—and therefore our prices
in any line of _ goods will" compare
favorable with the prices of any other
iiiirWe endeavor to :;ell the best
money.article for the least possible money.
triS-64f LOEWUS &-FREIMUTH.
Undsld my retail Furnitare
eortaking business, known as - te
Bridge Street Furniture Store t o E. B. l'ierce, h l
would respectfully recommend those in need of
goods In his lino to call on him at the old stand.
I also wish to inform those indebted to we
that it will be necessary to settle the account,
110011. N. P. Mons.
The undersigned offers_for sale on reasonable
:terms two Lots of Improved Land. One of ten'
acres in Rome Borough and one of ilfteeM acres in
Rome township. For particulars inquire on tho
premises of °ROOS RICKEY.