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THURSDAY, DEC. 15, 1881.
To Our Subscribers. -
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itct, and collector, for the southern and *eat
en portion of the County.
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The undersigned, publishers and
Jutit , Jiat, BRADFORD REPUBLICAN and Brad
71,rd Argus, published in Towanda, Pa.. hay
ing suffeted severe lose in the pub lication of
their re!.pective papers from the heretofore
extremely low price per annum, hereby mutu
ally agree to make the subscription price of
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ill subscriptions paid prior to January -Ist
m et, will be taken at the former rate. Rages
of a dvertising in all cases to be independent
of subscription. "
GOODRICH k firrcueocs, Reporter.
_ D. M. Tunsin, Journal.
HOLCONB & TEAM.. Ementreis:
E. Asuxtrs Pansess, Amos.
The Rerietr makes it an object for Enrols'
agent Dodge to_lose big pocket-book every
day in the week.
Jubu N. Cahn' Esq., has been appointed by
Judge ;Morrow to audit the socounts of the
tvveral county officers (or the past year.
frit to be pre!ient at Heretic 1141, to
b et,tertttinett by liteg Gertrude Kellogg.
thi:4 Thervday eN ening•
The W,lueing Cornet Rand, will Gave an
,iltvrtaprpoiat Chrititmas E:e, at Aeadeinv
11.11, iu that place. - •
Cunrch of the Messiah (Universalist), Bey.
Wm. Taylor, pastor, at 10:30 a. m., subject.
Christ helps mi." At 7 p. cu., "Whither
I go ye eseuet come.
Capt. W. T. Horton, sheriff elect, was I in
tuwii of Fiiday, and executed Ids bond. The
sni,uoi required under existing law; is
$250 0 . His bondsmen are Dr. G. F. Hcir
ton, Lis father, Edmund Horton, J. E. Dodge,
and Shubel Bowman.
Lev. C. T. liallowetl wiU preach in !the
lecture room of the Baptist church,: 'this
Thursday evening. A prayer meeting service
Hill be held from 7 to 7:39 o'clock, prior to
moo. All are cordially invited.
A Fon was born to Mr. and - Mrs. George H.
Cn .thwaite, of Milton, Pa., ou the Bth init.—
Cro,:hwaite is a daughter of Mrs. .1, J.
VlVie. and the first born of her daughter; nee
Kate. Volt-, is christened "Clarence 'fele
Crestliwaite." Mrs. Crosthwaite's many
frientht iu 'thit vicinity 'will' he glad to learn
r good fortune: =
Th , following gentlemen have! teen en
;;t.,l t It eture in Monroeton during the
sc.:goo: Rev. Doctor Stewart of this
pl.wc. Dr. McCarthy, of Elmira, Rev. Doctor
- Rev. C. H. Wright. of Towanda, Rev.
M. S. Hard,' Elmira, lion. Geo. Landon,
ICA-. J. T. Brownell, Mansfield, and
Loos M. liall,'of this place, The dates of
the rt sp, ctiye lectures will be announced
Lereetcr. - •
Teadders' institute Lecture.
Wiu„, I. !Marshall, deliver hie
"New 'National Park"
At Meivut Hal, on Weinesday .evening
Otrbehalf of thO Tettchers Inetl-
The It eture . .is descriptive of.. wonderful
!.+tmnl s ett ry abont the be ad i waters of the
lethlirston6 River, the Falls or the Yellow-
..n,, aril the New National Park.
Div New York 'Obserrer saya: "It should
tvated ev.rywhere iu the United
t A ors . the citia• ns of Towanda will s.p
-efio:18 of the Institute to give
:!..nt ntl itoitructive and interesting lecture.
.0.1 :ill the 11. ill on the OZClilii3o. They will
•ure to get more than the worth of their
Teachers' Inst itute
The twenty-Fifth Annual Session of the
Lral:,,rd Cu. Teachers' Institute will com
11,,tice iu the Graded School Building, To-
Monday Dec. 26, 10 a. m., and Ciobo
p. nr. , Me. 31. ,
'fix id of Legislature of 1881, requires the
u. or 6clroole, tbO attendance of the la.
•ntute by teachers, the allowance of time
~ a d Magee to top:Fliers, and a report to each
I,'.,rd or directors, by the Soperintendent, of
olai.her of days cacti teacher attended
eid participated in the tiereis..ni of the In
ate, an :1 it is, therefore, expected that . all
non t• aching will attend the entire session
AU Uthers are cordially invited to be Present.
Pieise bring Robinson's Higher Arithmetic,
tad other reference books if desired. Spe
ciil attention will be given to methods of
recitation, teaching, and school management,
end teicheis are requested to be prepared to
Irt the Institute their methods.
Dureters'Day. Saturday Dee. 31, 10 a. m
.i • iggt ,ted as & favorable time for a Conven
tuver Directors at the Oradea School Band
it.% !,Jr the consideration - of questions of
importancq to school interests. Direc
t,N•.. thy observed for years in many
ttn.l—+, has proven of great advantage to
-,siloo:s of those counties.
Lretur.s. Mondlvy, nesJay and Tharedav
ti . tbulgti, Mu. E. L. Liillia, L. M. Hall, Esq.
Hop. Geo. Landon; Wednesday evening,
Prvf. W, J. Marshall. Teachers should re
•-cre - boarding plac'es at once.
G. W. MAN, County Supt.
Lradionl Convity Medical Society met
;zr.tatit to adjournment at the office of D.
Nt% tun, in Towanda, and was called to
rl, -r at 2:30 p,m. Tho president, Dr. E. D.
tu the chair.
Th e tutnatet of the last meeting were read
Taylor and Julius Mason were pie-.
mr:ited for examination as students of medi
c,:„. Dc Drs. C. K. Ladd and-E. D. Payne and
;tr. awarded certificates of Proficiency, after
'Lim:lmp, 1 by the committee.
pre@ileut called on the corresponding
t , ;t(tary. to read any corresPondenee he
have received, which was done, after
Dr. Geo. H. Horton read a very in
.:ruNlve and entertaining paper on Puerperal
C:2IJ vlll.4o[l'l. Dr..P. A. Quick was excused
.;,,te reading essay on the ground of not
ze,,tton of Dr. C. H. Scott the thanks of
~1.. p,,cmy were tendered Dr. Horton for his
itt.N paper. * The report of the com
e <m tha fee bill was then read by - Dr.
W , J , lburn, after some discussion it was.de
',l,,l a. defer the fuither consideration of
tweet till the next meeting.
by Dr. T. B. Johnson, that - the
:rt.tary be instructed to send a card to each
. ttshtr •Jt the society especially requesting
Ve•tiket! . st the next meeting of the
,:,ty t,, pariicipate . in tho discussion upon
ted cbangts in. the lee bill; It was
InfA(..l that the secretary infoina all de.
i.tilitinuers that final action would be
itih) their cases at the next meeting of
/I "*Prtpuluni then appoiotod the follow-
Lttut.d zentleinim essayists for the next
'' 1, z 2 14, Lint. P. A. Qnick and E. D. Payne.
Adjourned to meet at the same place on
.b : let Wt 'dneeday in January.
• C. K. LADD, Say
VJ VANI , A, Pa., Dec. 7, 1881.
Mere is something touching In this 110 "
tit e Irq of conveying expreasiGas OS eimPl"
ZY to al , eut friends, in their hour of mourn
'• At Wbiteomb's may be seen a.rariety
D:.2:Glcnc e Cards, many of which have
14 % 1 •P1,oted cluster of white flours on
/.4 Na! ground. AU of them tie Sir op
tr w :et • rn:sgaged of eousolation. taken
rd tpr Scriptureg
roi meu, only. SSA a pair, at the
ischton clothing Home, jut, opened in
€44. a 111 . 6 ek, Bain St., Towanda. ra.l
PZllBo t lir.tr f .
' —Wo bad a 'pleasant call from Mr.. Wm.
Northrup 2d, of Munro., on Wednesday. •
—Senator Davies and' 0. D. Kinney Esq ,
wait to Sullivan county oa Monday.
—Mr. T. S. Manley; of Canton, is a juror
—Bev. P. J. Ball; formerly of East Canton
charge M. E'. Church is now stationed at
Union Springs, Cayuga C.)., N. Y.
—Mrs. Peet and Miss Gleason, left - last
evening for Brooklyn, N. Y., to spend the
holidays with friends.
—Mr. O: P. Lyon, formerly of Monroeton,-
this county, now a resident of St. Louis.
Mbsonri, is very ill. His sister, Mrs.. 0. A.
Baldin of this place has gone to visit him.
—James H. Codding, of this , place. and Dr.
B. C. Kendall, of Troy. two of the moat pro
minent Masons in this county. were re
elected din otors of the Southern Tie' Maionic
Belief Associaticn, in Elmira, Monday.
—F. R. Welles of New York city, ihas been
visiting his parents and.frienla in this - place
for a few days. He expects to sail for Europe
in two or three weeks,' to attend to the ex
tensive hula( s of the Western Electric
Company in that portion of the world, and
will make 'his headquarters at Antwerp. ..
Mr. Danvers Bourne,. of Burlington, one
of the substantial men of that town, made a
pleasant call at the REPUBLICAN office on
Thursday last, and gave us substantial proof
of good will by renewal of subscription. " - We
regret to learn that Hosea Bourne, the vener
able father of limners Bourne, died some
months since at Morris, Otsego county, N.
Y., at the advanced age of about 86 years.
—Benjamin T. Hale, a student with 11. A.
-Mercnr.Esq., son of Major E. W. Hale. and
H. F. Johnson, a student with R. C. DeWitt
Esq., were admittekto the Bar Of our Court
on Tuesday of last week, as practicing atter
nem after favorable report by a committee
of the-Bar before whom they passed a credit
When to Market Poultry
Persons designing to market thtir poultry
prior to Christn*s should remember that
they should bring;it to market on the 19th,
20th and 21st, of this month. Dealers purr
Chasing for shipMent, must have time to ship
it three or four days prior to Christmas in
order to reach the city markets before that
day. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of
next week are the proper days for bringing
poultry to the Towanda market:
Everything new, everything tasteful at Ed.
Mouillesseaux's jewelry store. corner Main
and Bridge street.
Death of Mrs. James :Barris.
The death of Mrs. Harris, the estimable
wife of James Harris. the Crier_ of lour
Court, occurred on Wednesday, of last week
Dec. 7, 1881, after a protracted illness, -at
the, age of sixty-nine years and *eyed montbs.
Jiffs. llarris has lived in our community for
many years, and has ever maintained a high
standing as a useful and worthy member of
society. She was on"e of the earliest mem.
bers of the Presbyteri an church of this place,
and maintaned a good standing therein for
ISO years. As a wife and mother was scru
pulously faithful to every duty. She has
reared a respectable family of sons and
daughters, who with her bereaved husband
will cherish and venerate her memory. They
have the sympathy Ora large circle of friends
in'their sad beresirement. Ttie funeral ser
viol; were observed at the Presbyterian
church, Dr. Stewart administering the funeral
rites, on Sunday afternoon last. There was a
Large attendance of immediate relatives and
friends. The remains were interred in
C. L. 8. C.'
The nest meeting of the °bantam:it:Li Lit
erary and Scientific Circle will be held at the
residence of Mr. John E. Wilber on Main St.,
Friday evening, Dec: 16, at 7 o'clock. The
work of the evening wilt be a review of the
"Lessons on Geometry" as contained in the
October, No vember and December numbers
of the Chautauquan. Alio a review of "Ilan's
Antiquity and Language" friim page 52 to the
close of the book. '
if hiteon4loa Roliday Card*
Whitcomb not only keeps a viiiety offioll
day Carda. but eagniaitely illuminated Birth
day and Wedding Cards. bl5-2w.
A meeting of the Congressional Prohibi
tion Alliance for the 15th Congressional Dis
trict composed of the counties of Bradford,
Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyoming, will be
held in Carbondale, Wednesday, Dec. 21st, at
one o'clock, p. in. Prohibitionists,in each
election district and all temperance organi
zations endorsing Prohibition aro requested
to send - Une delegate.
S. B. Cases, Preeiderit;
C. F. Wurrxmr, Secretary
NOILTH JACKSON, PA., Dac. 5,
Ed. Mouilleascaux Las the hugest stock of
Silver and Gold Watches ever brought to To-
The Art of 1881 in Regard to County
Sm. 1. Be it enacted, be. - That from and
after the passage of this Act . it shall be the
duty of the School Directors of the several
school districts of this Commonwealth and
they are hereby required, to allow the school
teachers employed in said school districts,
who are actually employed in teaching school
therein, the time and wages whilst attending
and participating in the exercises of the an
nual county institutes fnr the 'improvement
of teachers. •
• Sac. 2. That at the chise of the annual sea
alone of said institutes. it shall be the ditty
of the several county., city and borough
superintendents to make a report to each
board of school directors in; their respective .
jurisdictions setting forth . the number of
days that each teacher shall bare attendel
and participated iu the exercises of the
said annual teachers' institutes; which said
report shall be. the basis for allowing the
teachers their time and wages: Provided,
That the- provision's of this Act shall not
extend to the first school district of . Pennsyl
vania, nor to the counties wherekn special
laws regulating or relating to county insti
tutes are in force.
Approved the 9th day of June 1881.
Hravnv M. Rom
Ch tap Books.
At Whit Comb's may be found elegaut gilt
edged crpies of the English poets—Hood—
Cowper Milton Moore—Byron -- Words
worth—Shilley—Meredith d•c., for 99 cents.
These books are printed on excellent parer
in clear large type and with illuminated mar,
Ed. Monillealeaux has jukt roturned from
the city and has a great variety in his
He has greatly lincreased his stock through
out, and especially in silver-and plated ware.
It -will pay you to call and get his prices be
lore purchasing elsewhere. •
Miss Cora Ku% pp of Troy, is spending
little time with friends in this place. -
We are glad to know that little Jennie
Strdng is recovering from her lameness.
School began last Monday, 'Lewis Gregory
of Sylvania is teaching, he has an interesting
school of about thirty scholars.
Mrs. Mtinday ofCanaseraga. N. 1., with an
aunt from New York City are visiting Mrs.
' Phil. Shade of this place. and Toffees
Griffin of Troy. were married Nov. 29.
Lewis Ziegler the young gentleman who
has been Studying medicine with Dr, Carpen
ter will soon return to his home in Lewis
The party held in . the Odd Fellows Hall ou
Friday evening last. wag a perfect success.
.:The guesti were numerous, and many came
from quite a distance. •
A quiet wedding took place at the resi
dence of John Watkins last Thursday ,even
ing, - his only daughter Alice M. and Mr.
Frank Fraley were the happy couple united:
The:, ceremony was performed by Rev. .1.
Barton French of Troy, assisted by Win.
Entwistle. They have the goo d wishes and
'congratulations of many friends. .
The New York Tribune
The enormous circulation , attained by TAe
New York Transits attests its remarkable pq►
nliktiV. It stands today in the very front rink
of; mairlesa steirepapersz. This petition:llPa
been won. In the teeth of the sharpest newspa
per rivalry, by Its enterprise in its news de.
vestment, by the sble and brilliant character of
its editorials, and by -its own unwavering devo
tion to Republican principles. Its prospectus
for 1882, and its greet premium offers, will be
found In another column.
Alderman Tucker, Boston, says you may state
that rhave paid for medicine and treatment in
20 yeats-$3.000,. without receiving permanent
benefit- !Windy cured of his disease (salt
rheum) by Catkins Remedies Deo 15.1 m.
WEDNESDAY De.o. 7.
The Grand Jury disposed of the following.
TRUE BILLS.' -
Com vs Henry Wheeler and Frank Warner
2 —Highway robbery. .
_ Corn vs JAIISOI Fogarty—Larceny.
Com vs' Alonzo Fogarty—Adultery.
• Coin vs Sam'l Vanderpool, . Alonzo Vander
pool and Walter Vandderpool—Larceny: '
Com vs Alonzo Seeman—Bigamy. I
- Com vs John Doyle—Larceny.
Com vs 'no. Ball and Benj. F. Ball —Felon
bus Assault'. t
Coln vs Matadi M. Abrams—Adultery . and
Medication and bastardy.
NOT A TRUE BILL. •
• - ~.
•-• Com vs Jactob,Shaffer—Assault and'batteey.
Thn grand jury were_ discharged. •
- / " TritmEnse Dze.B. -
.=.— C --- Catlin vs Clatlio. ,
Huntley vs —Huntley.. '
F. A. Bowman vs Hattie Bowman. '
Mary &tibial vs H. L. Reliblen. ,
Each cue referred to L. Elsbiee Esq.,
Master and Examiner in divorce Cages.
Margaret Wells va Melvin Wells. Sheriff
-direced to make proclamation.
na . • ,
Hi W.. Scott vs Mary L. Scott. Sab
poen in ditiorce directed to lb° blued-.
Anna Wood vs E. L. Wood. Alias eubpoenti
in divorce directed to be Wined.
Cora, E. Eichelberger vs Norman M.
Eichelberger. Rule to strike off judgment as
to Chas. Johnson. .
In the Matter of the petition of Thos.
Ryan to , have viewers appointed to assess
damages. Court appoint Joseph Kingsbury,
8. W. Alvord, Jaines T. Hale, L, EL Scott, E.
B. Coolbaugh, Wm. A. Chamberlin and W. K.
bp the matter of the petition for a county
bridge ott tba.liorth Branch of the Sugar
Iron Creek. Toe Grand Jury report against
acipO'ng the same as a county bridge.
L. r. Goetchini vs Win.`Girdn er. Rule to
sot aFido non pros.
In the matterof the petitition of Vincent
Owen Jr.. et al to have ciowers appointed for
a county bridge over Bentley Creek in Ridge
bury totiinahip. B mor.t, of vio mar I filed and
confirmed ni sz.
In re the petition of C. 11. Fitch to appoint
viewers to assess debt Fes by reason of the
road commissioners of Granville two., laying
out a road through his improved land. Court
appointed F. F. Fiirchild, Ibid. McKee and
David Smiley. On petition of A.-M. Fitch
for same purpose. Court appoint the above
named viewers. .
E. T. Fox vs David Benjamin arid Michael
Kinnard T. T. Itide to.'strike off jadgmen•.
!derrick • Craudle ve • Merrick Leppert.
Auditor's report filed and confirmed ni si as
of Dec. 5. •
Harris et al vs Welle4 Garnishee. Rule
to enter judgment against the defendant on
• The following cases were disposed of by
Com vs Nelson Cobb—Burning four , stacks
of grain. Dist. Atty. Fanning, H. N. Wil
liams Esq., and B. W. and Win. .Little for
corn. McPherson and Voung for defts. Ver
dict not guilty. County for costs. -
Com vs L. L. Verry—Perjn ry. Dist. Atty.
Fanning, - H.. N. Williams and Win. Little
Esq., for dom. Davie and Hall and I. Mc-
Pherson for deft. Verdict not guilty prose
cutor for costs.
Com vs Benj. F. Ball, Benj. Ball and John
B. Ball—Aggravated Assault and battery.
Diet. Atty. Fanning and Evans and Maynard
for coin. Win Foyle and I. McPherson
Esqs., for defts. Verdict guilty.
Coin vs John Doyle—Lsrceny. Dist. Kty.
Fannin;, for corn. Win. Foyle Eiq., for deft.
Corn vs John B. Ball'-and Benj. Fißall
Felonious Assault. Dist. Atty. Fanning and
Evans dr Maynard for coin. Win, Foyle and
I. McPherson Esqs.,'• fer defts. . Verdict
Com v j Sam'l Vanderpool, Alma z Vander
pool autiWalter Vanderpool—Larceny. Dist.
Atty. Fanning for Coal. 0. D. Kinney and
E. L. Hillis. Esv., for defts. Verdict,'
Corn vs James bogarty— Larceny. Dist.
Atty. Fanning for com. D. C. DeWitt Esq.,
for deft. Verdict, guilty.-
Corn vs Richard M. A.brairis—lAdultery, and
fornication and bastardy. R. J. , Thompson
Esq., and Peck & • Overton for
Boonton, H. N. Williams, Esqs.,, and Mc-
Pherson a Young for deft. Verdict, guilty
of fortdeatiozi and bastardy. , :
Cuna va Henry Wheeler Frank Warner
—Highway Robbery. Dist. Atty. Fanning
for corn. Williams a Angle for ilefts. Defts.
MONDAY DEC. 12
The following pridoners were sentenced at
2 p. m.
Corn vs James Fogarty—Larceny. Sen
tenced to be conveyed to the House a
Corn vs John Doyle—Lard env. Sentenced
to pay a fine of 55, costs of pinsecution and
undergo un imprisonment of 10 days in the
The following were sentenced to undergo
periods of imprisonment in the .Eastern to
Cora vs Walter Vanderpool. Alonzo Van
derpool—Larceny. Senienced t 5 due, costs
of prosontiou and an imprisoamint of 2
years and 11 months.
. Com vs San'l Vanderpciol—Lareeny. Sen
tenced 15 , fine, coats of. prosecution and an
imprisonment of one year and 11 months.
Corn va Ben'j, F. Ball, Jno,. B. Ball—Ag•
gravated Assault and battery. Sentenced $5
fine nimbi of proseentive and an Imprison
lment of 2 years and 11 months.
Com vs Frank Warner and Henry Whepler
Robbery. Sentenced $2.50
costs of prosecution and an imprisonment
14,8 year and 11 months:
It is ordered by the Court that the Sheriff
be allowOd five assistants to convey; the
prise nets to Philadelphia.
• In the matter of the laiing out anti open
ing a public road in the , township of Wi.3lli l
through the lauds of Petrick Gorhant. thritiTt
appoint F. 4. Ilibbard, 0. F. Dauber and 8
D. Darkness, viewers.
In the Matter of the Innitcy °lgen. Cornell.
I Lqiiiatson filed ad confirmed finally.
Com vs Daniel - Lane-14 - e.
Corn vs Samuel Davidow and finnan David
No& prosequi directed to be entered iq
both cases on payment of costs.i
Com vs Andrew .7. Mann. Snsau 'Mann,
Chas. Barr and Alice Barr---Homicide. Con
tinued ko next term.
FirstiNational Fank of Towanda va Thos. F.
Iladillir-Assumpsit. IL A. Mercur EA., for
appearamfe for deft. Verdict for plif.
J.- Al. Feabash vs W. H. Barnes—Scire
facia& Two - oases. VII takes a new
anis in both eases.
W. F. Coburn vs H. B. Hall—Apnea!• Peek
and Overton for plff. H. N. Williams Esq., for' ,
deft., Verdict for plff. $20.05.
• 'John Swackhammer ifs Charles and Mary
Bill—Ejectment. H. J. Madill and J. N.
Calif Esq.,lor plff. Williams and Angle and
F. Sanderson Esq., for'defts. Oa trial.
At Whitcomh's book store may he found
The finest collection of Christmas and New'
Year cards ever brought into this market.
He has specimens of all Hose exquisite de
signs for which Prang has paid over two
_They are marvelously
lovely and are the productions, of our first
artists. There are also scores of varieties of
cards, .that make 'charming holiday gifts,
from two cents up to two dollars; Some of
the French gift cards are indiscribahly beau
Holmes & Paisage.
This old and reliable firm-of music•dealers
are making unusual 'preparations for the
Holiday trade. They are ; telling large num
beriof the ixqiular Geo-Woods k Op.'s Organs
and, the superb Matlizishe's Pianos. Their
customerein the pad are sure to be their
customers in the future; for all who purchase
musicatimitramenteof:Ltieni once are always
confident of flair dealing end courteons treat
ment..Qall and examine their assortment of
Organ?, Pianos and muscat- merchandise.
before purchasing elsewhere. Dll-2w.
GO to Whitcomb's for some , of those hand
some holiday, weddhig or condolence cards,
beers the prettiest are selected by some
body else. They are goingt off like "hot
calms."' soh) speak. Dl5-2w.
There is always something of interest and
importance Yearly teansPiring in elfet7 fpwn
iu the comity and State, ~ worthi of :note - and
to appear iu a public newspaper. Raving
noticed the L;IniIIVS3 of tho . Cross Roads, in
a former article, and very recently been, by:
special' invitation, very politely and agree
ably entertained at the reddened' of Mr.
Clu.sles Gladding.wo kayo *omitting to say
in reference to this fetidly and residenc.
Mr. Gladding, is an intelligent gentleman
farmer, well known at Towanda and through
out the county. We find him to be a man
agreeable in his giannete and of high refined
Mate and a commendable public spirit. Ile
has a very fine residence, large and beauti
fully actuated, with convenient and conftno
ions- rooms 'above and below. and nicely
furnished though not - yet complete. The
house *ands in tho - bsekground of a beauti
ful lawn dotted with Shrubs add flowers, with
a walk, driveway and inclosed with . a white
ticket fence. It is. upon, high ground and
has a very beantifulcommanding appeliance.
Mrs. Gladding is one of your Towanda ladies,
and is a Very estimable woman. She is the
sin-beam of the residence And hat the love
and respect or all that know herr. She- is a
vainablo.help-Went, to her husband, awl to
the aocieloydn 'which „the) movie and
the divine command in the highest and
Bat Mr. (Badding has astonished all his
compeers by the' "big barn" he has erected
Ibis summer. It is the wader not of the age
but of the town, audis-said to no the largest
and best arranged barn in the county. It is
an octagon 80 feet in diameter, and 79 feet
from the base to the apex. Thei floors 'are
two inch plank, matched and planed on the
tipper side so that the _effluvia cannot pene
trate the hay above from pie cattle apartment
beneath. The main entrauco doorway faces
the street on the east and as poi' pass into
the barn you dilve on to a large platform
scale - just inside the door, So if desired, every
load can be weighed going in or but of the
barn. „There isiftenty of room for over one
hundred tons of hay, and a .large quantity of
grain house there this
,season. The barn_
floor is 80 feet in length..and the same on the
drive viay cattle i floor below. This room has
a capacity to stall 53 cattle, 4 horses and is
nine feet in bight. There are si box stalls
and two storage rooms. Behind the cattle
there is a good walk and a trap door:plank
opening, where all the' manure is passed
through and drops into thd basement below,
where a team can outer, load : and take it
away. The building rests on a substantial
stone wall on five sides, and wood timbers
on three' sides.. The roof is Setogoual cone
shape . and is twenty-seven feet from the
plates in bight. It is so arched and ingea
musty framed that it is very 'strong and self
supporting. The cuOla is• nine feet above
theapcx. In the strdcture of this building
every want and convenience has been antici
pated and met by ,the' directioli and skill of
Mr. Cliaddiugieo that it is difficult to disciiver
where an improvement can be made. Per
sons of uncultivated tastes, - and tha t - live in
a loose' shipstiod manner, took upon" this
enterprise as extravagant,vain and wasteful of
money; but it is an enjoyable contnbhtion to
refinement, improvement and a highciviliza-
Bon. Money spent to adorn 'a, house and
hive things respectable and convenient,
"pleasent to the eye and good to the taste,"
cannot be put to a better ` UBO, or better
develope the divinity in man, and restore the
The arrangements for butter making by
Mr. Gladding, and his ingenious and 0 . 94
'brother Joseph Gladding, his the beet in the
-county and in perfect keeping with all the
rest of his inspiration audgoOd taste for im
provement. They have'i a good indlairig
erected over a cold spring ,and fountain of
-never: failing water, where the butter is
made; and the mechanical power to perform
all the labor is applied to every department,
and, every convenience enjoyed that Joseph's'
skill so readily invents. It is worthy of note
and a visit by all got:Ali/rid extensive butter
makers•that have deca;sten to pass this way.
We are making this article hie, long for a
local Matter, but we ask the indulgence of
the reader to one more item. Mr. Gladding
has a musical talent, a has under his leader
ship ad training 'one Of the best choirs of
singers fur church musip -that can be found
in country or city. Wd know what we say,
and mean.what we say. We do not mean the
most popular style of operatic music intro- .
deiced 'haw what is termed fashionable
churches, but real devotion - id church music;
that which in. word, sentiinent and sung
touches the hearts, and melts all -into melody
and harmony of soul iu divine worship. We
are more familiar with city church music,
than the country. but we have never heard
any that cacells Mr. Gladding's choir. The
time and harmony is so complete, the words
so distlnc) and the selections of the tunes
so adapted to the worlds, sentiments and oc
casion, that all the congregation are moved to
silence and almost breathless attention till
the rendAing is completed.
This :article is entirety gratuitous. Mr.
Gladding iae'rer hinted.that he would like us
, notict - ! his place - or choir, but when we
- meet with such an enterprising gentleman of
talent and usefulness, we are, pleased of the
opportunity of laying the example before the
public in his own local paper. ! t 3. G.'b.
Coairts mad License:-
The following resolution appears from the
report of, proceedings to have been untibi
mously 8:11opte d at the Good Templar's don
ventionre k cently held in Canton. -
Ilesolo4 "4th., 'That inasainch as the
StiPreme. ()min of Pennsylvania Tales that
the gradting of licenses is wholly at. the ,
cretion of the district judge, we shall con
linos to'remonstrate against the granting -of. :
any licenses to sell intoxicants, leaving the'
judge land petitioners to take all the, responsi
bility forcing these pernicious pest-houses
into our communities.' ~_.
The grave errors embodied in this rcisoln-
lion prevail to a very wide extent among pro
fes'Aed temperance people in this State, and
ought to be corrected. They cannot Pilate
like wash their hands of- blood-guiltiness in'
this matter by simply remonstrating against
the granting of licences in obedience to the
law which has their authoritative sanction.
Ile vide) , of the law is -for license.: It
authoriies the courts to grant licenses. it
stands as •substantially enacted by the Legis
lature that repealed the "local option law"
which submitted the question to the direct
vote of the. people. Its repeal took that
privilege from them, so that they can now
reach the queation only through the LegilL
lature and the Executive authorities. 1 Once
admit that a judge may set up his own private
opinion as to the wisdom of • the policy of ! ti
law; and administer it instead of the law, and
you give him poWer to practically repeal law.
If he could thus practically repeal it in one"
cue he might in others, and the law-making
power and its uses would tit, practically
del. 'The private opinion of the judge would
become-the law: .
Tho Supreme Court makes no such ruling
as stated in the above resolution. What it
doe e rule is this: "That to grant or
liceeso is entirely within the , discretion of
lb Court of Quarter Sessions and no appeal
ilea: therefrom." See Toole's Appeal, 9tb,
Nor -k iis, rage 976.
The discretion which the taw gives the
Court to grant or refuse license on a particu
lar application t does not 0:tot/A 'to the gen
eral question of totting aside the policy of
the law under which that cliecretion is given.
Hero is the language of the Supreme Court
on this Writ also,, "Whether, licenses should
be grantied is a legislative, not a jaclicial
question.' Courts sit to administer the law
fairly as it is given to them and not to make
or repeal it." .
The coact may declare the law inoperative
when it conflicts with the constitution, not
because the court has' any authority over
the law, bat because the constitution is a
higher law and must prevail. And what is
the constitution but a higher law adopted by
the peoples:. the source of authority? If the law
does not represent the will of the people, it
Is so because people do 'not represent their
own will by their votes. They choose their
'agents to make laws, and instruct them in
the platforms they endorse. It is ; cowardly,
base and unjust, to charge upon the judge
the evil consequences of s bad law,
et art faithfully administers. The real
criminal is behind the court. When. Gove
rnor Ilartranft, throttled Nerollke all_ the
anti-license voters in the State, the , great
mass of.them were choked into silence, and
by their votes said, Amen I We submit to be
slaves to the rum power and to' wear the
party shackles. And evcr 'since they hive
worked the tread-wheel of party machinery
till the jititiadilitaf;:: hal 'second
nature. _ -
Teutpanmea,Bepublicans m 0 temperance
DezeoPate Velure rememberAlke 3espensi
blilli !pen yet*, tbat the keepers of "these
pecnisious pest-hoiies,"`keep; item by;tour
authority. - ;•
"We have ..ra to learn that an agent is
more criminal tban his principal."
IVltlicooni?, Cheisi Books.
Whitconibnifers for liskf-the worlds o f stars=
dard atithoraArt bandsemo bindin g s, " for the
very low price of 75 cents.' There are Scott's l
worki, Goldsmith's Vicar of Wakefield and
Sbe.stoops to Conquer. Thaddeus of Warsaw.
Soottish Obief4the delighthil and instructive .
stories. of 'advetituke by - Capt. Maya Bold,
Robinson Crnsoe, Swiss Family Robinson,
Arabian Nights etc.. etc. , DIS-2w.
Ayer & Bon's Sewepaper Mamma.
We received , in Sepkimber, a copy of this
invaluable publisher'ir hand-book, for 1881,
which should have received an earlier notice'.
It h a complete 'catalogue of American news
papers and 'periodicals, published in the
United btates and territories, and shale,
those published in the dominion of Canada.
The work is acOmplete directory. and almost
indisPensible to publishers as a ready refer.
ence look. All newspapers in the United
IRON; thd Canada. which Wert advertise
ments, are given arranged by counties; with
a deaoription of each State, Territory and
county in the United States. Also •separate
lists of all religions and agricultural publica
tions. :,Tbe authors and compilers havii been
at greit pains and labor to tarnish full and
accurate infortnalion. and deserve . the thanks
and patronage of publishers for the prepalw
lion of a work of so great utility.
: Qs to WM/tomb's.
For tbourpretty, and &dal shopping and'
Inn& baskets. He keeps s variety of stylei
niod eines, to Bolt all tastes. ; . Dl5-2y.-
- Trenton, Baltimore Co., Md.
I was troubled with Ilyspepsis for s long time.'
and it Was not until I took Dr. dark Johnson's
Indian Blood Sirup that I wee entirely •ottrig.
. HENRY MARTIN.
Very important f for the Tomei,. and'Cial-
It is very important le be prepared for cold
weather —to have yonr winter clothing at
band, and your Overcoat ready to put on al li a
moments warning;L-your house full of co
'sod your fernace ready to light. In this mat
ter to' be .forewarned, is to be forearmed.—
What does every event of life teadh, but to be
'ready for cold weather? What a calamity to
be frozen to death Who was over frOzon and
then thawed out, that survived the process?
Cold is danger, Beware, then, ho*. you get
Into its clatdhes I Be warned in time! make
baste Fly! ! Stand not upon the order of
your going, but go at once .to the Great Bos
ton :Clothing, Boot and Shoo Rouse, Just open- .
ed in Mania Block, Main Street; Towanda,
Pa., and get supplied with warm 'winter cloth
ing—OvercOat a, Boota and Slices for Men
Boys and Children. And Remember we have
it fall and elegant line of Lathe's and Chil
dren's :Shoes at prices that will cause the
world B ea r mind,
Id to weep I in every garment
niUde up by skilled mechanics, • with the
very beet material, and manufactured at par
Wholesale house in Boston, gassaohneettr,
expressly for the Towatitia,BranO. The rush
at , that 'oafish liebment since die opening, is
something fearful! Crowds are thronging
- daily at. that House to stipPlyilitmselves with
Metes, Boy's 'and Children's Clothing, Boots
atil Shoes, Hats and Caps, Rubber BoOts,
Valisen,Gents Furniahitig Goods, etc.,
and everybody semis to be happy with their
bargains. We therefore advise you for your
own interest not to 'let false tongues entice
ycti away from the Great 'Boston Clothing
Ilease): just opened is Mean's - Block, Main
Street; Towanda, Pa., if you want to save from
25 to 30 per cent; on each dollar. Remember
every article ie warranted as represented; and
goods will .be exchanged if not 'satisfactory..
Wo do not misrepresent our, goods, but we
sell good. goods for less money than you can.
buy 'in any: other place cheap goods. We want,
you and every one-to understand that we are
here permanently established, - and we give
every one satisfaction. Vire can.undersell any
dealer in' the line of clothing in this and ad
joining counties;—we have the facilities for
'doing it. We presume it is known.:to every
body that theris a good many doge: barking,
but they can't do any harm. The ,
is, a barking dOg don't do no barm,.and can
not. bite without teeth. It is only, for the
people to try before purchasin2 elsewhere.—
Remember, the Great Boston Clothing Rouse.
just opened in Mean's Block, Main Street,
Towanda, Pa. M. L.ScnnattEno, Prop'r.
Clear head and voice,. easy breathing, •sweet
breath, perfect smell, taste and bearing, no
cough, no distress. These are conditions
brought about in Catarrh by the nseofSanford's
Radical Cnro. One bottle' Radical Cure, one box
Catairkal Solvent and one linprovtil Inhaler, in
one package, for $l.. • - Dec. lrk-lin
Death to rats and vermin, Parsons' Extermin
ator. ' Doc. 15-Im.
—L. B. Rogers has a large' stock of Sul],
Doors / slid Blinds, also Moldings, and is
selling'cheaper than any other establishment
in Pennsylvania. - - -
—G.. L. Ross can sell Groceries very.cheap
because his expenses are very light. His
customers shall have the benefit by buying at
the First Ward Store.
—Choice hams at C. M. Myer's market,.
Bridge Street. May 19-tf.
—All the latest styles -in Ladies Hats, and
other fancy goods for the ladies at Mrs. E. L.
Mingo? fashionable Millinery stoke, Main
street, opposite the Park. •
—No charge - for delivering, and done
' promptly from C: M. Myer's market, Bridge
street. Mav 19-tf
—Fresh lake fish and salt water fish a
C. Id, Myer's market, Bridge street.
—Go to C. M. Myees market, Bridge .tree
for the beat cuts of freak meat. May 19-
There will be a Holiday Party given at the
Grange Hall, Doren, Pa., on Thursday even
ing, Dec. 29th, 1881. Music—McDonald ft
-Stnlen's Orchestra. Bill $1.50. - -
Dec. 8-3w. 1 ' GEO. Fox, Prop.
1.1:1's and Chil Iran's Hate and Over
coats, cheaper than the cloth - could be bought
for, are offered at the Great Boston Clothing
House, just Opened in Blea n'sP".l , Blain
St., Towanda, P. . ,
Wanted at Pat - oh ,fcTracas for i'mae.
Piles are frequently pree.ededlby a sense of
weight in the' back, loins and lower part of
the abdomen;raiasing the patient to suppose
he has some affection of the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times symptoms of
indigestion arc present as flatulency, uneasi
ness of the stomach, etc. A moisture like
perspiration, producing a very disagreeable
itching, particularly at nigtt after getting
warm in bed. 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 parte
affected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying the
intense Itching, and affecting a permanent,
cure where all other remedies have failed.
Do not delay until the drain on the system
produces permanent disability; but 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, prepaid, on recipt
of price. Address The Dr. linsanko Medicine
Co., Piqua, Ohio. Sold. by Clark B. Porter,
S. End of Ward House Block. , . •
June 2-Ivr -
MOODY—RICE--At the residence of Dire.
Martha Moody, Dec. 7th. 1881, 'by Bet. C.
,Mr. George V. Moody, of To.
wands. Pa., and Mary E. Rice, of Elmira,
FEL:TON—MOBLEY—At the' residence of
Mrs. Campbell, on Dee. 7tli, 1881. by Rev.
Charles H. Wright, Mr. John B. Felton and
Miss Frances Morley, both of Towanda.
- - - -
Notices of death inserted , free;
. but when ac
companied by remarks beyond six lines, ether
in prose or poetry, saul addition will be charg
ed for at the rate of eight cents per -line.
words make a line.
N. B. Persons sending obituary notices for
publication will please accompany the same
with the pay at the rate of (me- cent for each
word in excess of forty-eight words:
MORLEY—At his residence; in Burlington.
on the 10th, instant, Justin Morley, aged 70
Sears. - -
Mr. Morley Was born at Athens of English
lineage. He came to Burlington while 'a
young man and settled on .5 farm, where he
has - since resided—an upright and;lnfluential
TOWANDA 1 ,
. fi - LONG.
General DealeialniGlLOCEßOfi AND PRODUCE,
0. J. C.
Ylotur Per barrel.... . .
Flour per tack -
Buckwheat Flour, tg 100.. ' 0350
Chop Peed -
Wheat, 'ft bushel l 350
Ry e . . - 80h.:46
Buciwheat.. , 8... 85
Oata; • 0 t 450 0
Beam, -.• • 1 dOO2 50
apples Green,.Si bushel.. - 500 15
Ales:Dried, 11 4
Pe p a p ches " .4 . 12015
Raspberries Dried 8 . 11 t ... 04 0
Blackberries "' =lO -
'Pork.'. barrel *
Hama, Ql lb "
Butter, in nibs t Firkins. , 26@30
Butter, in Bolls .• 25021
Clover Seed bushel
Titnothy seed .11 bushel.: '
Beeswax, 20@ 2 2
Syracuse Salt gl barrel...
As Mic htho igan Salt
n Salt .
Onions, 14 bushel:. '
'? l , , - - i: . :_.... • .
N••'• • • • • t
1T0.40 South Third St• Philadelphia.
Stock bought Az sold either for Cash or on libretti
. .' . BID. LIMED
U.8..61. 1881, Est 100 ... 1013;
. Currency, 6's • - 130 131
, E 5'5,1881, new, -Est .. , ... ... 102% 103
,‘ 434,hew 114)-; . 114%
Sr' 4... It . • p - Or IIK 118 . .4
'Pennsylvania It. R - ' 53% 0334
-Philadelphia and Reading R. It— .; 31% 34%
Lehigh Valley It. R ' 62.% 52h:
Lehigh Coal and Navigation C 0.... 44% 4.11:?,
United N J It R and Coal Co - ... 185 -. 185%.
Northern Centralß RCo I 51% . riEl,;
liestonville Pus IL BCO - 19 SG ' 19%
Buff, Pittsburgh, k West,R RCo .. 22%i 23
Central Transportation Co 40-,. 40%
Northoni Pacific, Com 40 . 40%
.. " ' Trerd - 81- Sly;
Northern - Pennsylvania IL a ' - 59% -00 •
Philadelphia & Erie R Ii 20,1- . 21
&Ives. (Trades) !• 99% 09%
Conettad emery Wednesdaj.
Corner at Man and Pine filipete.
PHIL& STOCK MARKET.
TURFIPAir, Dec. 12, 1881.
A good, 'locoed-band. ENGINE. and BOILER.
Address, stating condition and price, M. B. M..
P. O. Box, X, Liberty, Tiogs Co.; Va.
. Oct. 27-2m*-tf.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders of the
Frit National Bank, of Towanda, ra. , for th
election of Directors. and for the transaction o
any other business that may be brought befor
it, will be held at the office of the Bank In the
oorough of Towanda, on TUESDAY. JANUARY
10th. IflB4, between the hours of 1 and 3, p m.
N.N. BETTS. Cashier.
'Dec. 5, 1881. ,
BRADFORD COUNTY ROAD
Just Published—A. Revised Edition of Earn°.
chan's " Road. Laws and Laws relating to Town
ship Officers in Bradford - County, by SAmunr.
For Sale at Treasurer's made, or, at either
Whitcomb's or Cross's Bookstore, Towanda, Pa.
Estate of Pheb larrsbee, deceased,latd of the
township of Albany. Bradford county; l'a:
Letters testamentary under the last will and'
testament bf -the above named decedenl having
been gianted to , the undersigned,. all persons
indebted to the estate above 'mined, are be reby
notified to make immediate pakment, and all
-persons having claims against the same, are no
tified to presenti. them- duly authenticated for
settlement to me: JAMES TERRY., •
New Albany, Nov. 28. 1881.-4 w
PIPTEL FOR SALE. --1, offer the
„Li. American Hate'property for sale at a great,
bargain. The Hotel may be 'can °alba corner
Of Bridge and Watat streets:in:Towanda Borough.
It is one of the beat and most central locations
in the place. There is a gocid barn connected
with the property. The free ~bridge and new
depot near to IV make this Hotel desirable for
any one wishing to engage in the business. A
good active man with semen inlaid can pay for
the property in. a short time from the prints.
It was papered and psintpd now last spring and
is how in excellent condition.
JOSEPH G. PATEON,
Towanda, Pa., Sept. 22. 1881-tt.
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ican illustrated weekly Journals. Ry its unpar
tisan position in politics, its admirable illustra
tions. its carefully chosen aerials. short stories, ,
sketches, arid poems; contributed by the fore
most artists and iintbors-of the day, it , carries
instruction and entertainment to thousands of
American homes. • ,
It will always be the aim 'of the publisliers to
Make li.uumies Wmertmr the moat ! pOpnlar and
attractive family newspaper In the world.
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at Topeka, Kamm the Capital of the State. at
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LARGER STOCK OF GOODS
us and every department of our
AB usual also at this, season of the
have. taken advantage of the Large Closing-Out
Sales and :GREAT BARGAINS will be offered in
BLACK SILKS, SATIN DE LYON, PLAIN AND BROCADED,
BLACK SILKS,, SATIN DE LYON, PLAIN ,AND BROCADED,
GREAT BARGAINS IN BLACK ALL-WOOL ARMIIRES,
GREAT BARGAINS IN , BLACX ALL-WOOL ARBIIIRES,
SHOODAH CLOTHS, ETC.
SHOODAH CLOTHS; ETC.,
Table Linen, is;apkins,
A large stink Of LADIES' and CH ILDRENS' CLOAKINGS, ,
A large .stock of. LADIES' and
... 4 00
... 4 00
GINGRAMS, CALICOES, , CRETONNES,
OINGRAMS, CALICOES, CRETONNES.
WILL BE FOUND . PULL OF ALL THE NOVELTIES OP THE
SEASON, WHICH HAVE BEEN ,CAREFULLY SELECTED'
EXPRESSLY FOR THE WANTS OF THE COMMUNITY.
Towanda, Nov. 30, 1881.
• FOR . TIEF, -
OLI. 3 AYS
„ • 11=7 A. ••••.. • ...NT; )
• . I
have givell much time and attention
df our stock for the Holi-
and are now
now be found full 'Land complete.
IN DRESS GOODS.
SATIN &MARS, ' SATIN MERVELLEAUX,
SATIN &MARS SATIN MERVELLEAUX,
BLACK AND COLORED SATINS,
-BLACK AND COLORED . SATINS,
GREAT , BARGAINS IN BLACK VELVETS, ETC:
GREAT BARGAINS IN BLACK VELVETS; ETC:
SLACK CASHMERES at every price
BLACK CASHMERES at every,price
COLORED CASHMERES in all colors and qualities.
COLORED CASHMERES in all colors anti qualities.
Eveiy Shade of Color in
AND IN ALL QUALITIES.
Great BaNains Offered in
ToWels : ..and TO*ling.
in all colors and, different gnalities,
7 in all colors and, different qualities, •
IS VERY FULL AND COMPLETE
IS ATERY FULL AND COMPLETE
OUR NOTION STOCK
receiving a Mucif
than is usual with
SHOODAH CLOTHS, ETC.
SHOODAH CLOTHS, ETC.
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for ULSTERS, CIRCULARS and DOLMANS
for ULSTERS, CIRCULARS and DOLMANS
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Diming the year 18k2 Tut Thiamin hopes
employ with Im:raising success the work and the
methods which have won for it io large a Leasure
of popular approval. It has attained. and Mean/ L,
inner to lose; the high standard of success which
Wu; aimed st by its founder, the largest circula
tion among the best people. Bo large a circula
tion and one so widely diatribued over the attire
territory of the Nation has never been attained
by any other newspaper in the United States.—
Wo accept this fact as the verdict of the Amen -
an people upon the sonduct and character 'of
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