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TII'ItSI)3Y.. MAY 4 158.2
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HERE AND HEREABOUTS.
idle niochanies are scarce
rthalisrl) pies are ripeiking
Soon be camp-meeting lime
l o t Saturday was A 'beautiful (lay
Pik -eye trotibles the horses about
. - verly
Co i g t f onvened on Monday last. for May
will raise $21,250 dollars by tax
The straw hat season: seems to be a trifle
1, 1 _,e ball 'threatens to be epidemic again
This is not just the right kind of weather
,erassings in this village
C. W Kann has sold his farm in Leßoy to
L ev i Sanford,
it co,t, S:140 a year to be a metilber of the
Th e s howers of last week were a great
Jack Frost laid a; rough hand on many
tender plants last week.
A now bon_ has been placed in the belfry
f :1w Church at 'Ulster.
linty of fresh vegetables in niarket, but
Jifrom foreign gardens.
Hiram Stone has sold his house and lot in
b . ,p,oy to Albert ilolconib. •
Ulst; , r ha the hest side walks of ally
d its size in the State.
who.ping cough has made its appearance
parts of the ounty.
Ili ;k:lvatiia -House, at Sylvania, is under
• ,; li c quite extensive repairs.
)lahy stores in this place would be
,usittered an ornament in ix city.
Amanda Hartman, las sold her farm in
LtPoo: to l'Ounty'Trensurei• lacy.
Traci• Streeter advertise a number of
T'W hug . z.ios and wagons for. sale.
fiive your patronage to the live busineiki
cap ovlio sfiliiit it in your home paper.
Ni'imiler which of our Churches will have
tI. first straWherry festival this season.
The lodes that support the telephone wire
,-.l.tainly add no attraction to Main street.
Several persons were baptised at Christ
,)n Wednesday evening of last week.
valenl,l6,llorse belonging to Mr:
Smut% of Athens, died last week from pink-
..t. number of . tlie residences about town :
re l ring externally improved with coats of
Alva Sinith, of North Towanda, is beauti
fyinz his residence by giving it a coat of
The Free Press and Ga:eqe, the two even
-11: papers of Elmira, have been . consoli
-*suenter res(lrti are brushing up . for what
-.twit- proprietors hope will bo • a bouncing
ThE , neighbors' heng now exhibit their
LtTrt. by, coming to the seratehin your
We don't have any more Queen of the
May ‘Ftather in this country worth men-
Ermlus Manley is completing the building
the property recently purchased by him
There- is no uniformity in the style of
;Tar.; hats, every lady hn,vini: 7; n style of
DOICt heila to the city to,buy goods on
samplt-.; there is almost_ always a disap-
; Jai; tne lit
It i.high time ash: heaps •and other gar
was being removed from the alleys
if you can't afford- to paint your fence,
rive it a coat of whitewash. Ninie are to
1' f“1" t/ at
E. IV. Eastabrook is beautifying his res
hr.ct: in Ulster by giving its _exterior a
`A fair foi• the benefit of the Ca:tholic
i:urob.t7wego. held last week, netted the
ar sum of $l,OOO.
Phiriil.ers have overhauled .and repaired
gai, and water pipes in- the county prison
N r : ; „ .: t week.
Efforts are 1)614; matle; to have a ',post
F.qll - 1,1 isb ei 1 at Lake Carey, • Wyona' ing
N.lniV'S_ summer report.
Encell is to deliver his lecture
th-' Life of Garfield, at Leßoy, on to
tiArrow, Friday evening.
A load of cows with calves by their
k yere shipped from Green's Landing
'4N , ?ars4laj• of last week. '
1.1, - ;1.. 'Bosworth; of Leßaysville, was
the face by=',i.horse, one:day last
Sunday School bas been re'-
':,% , nize4l. T. B. Mitten, Supt; E. Fuller,
~ ,,i •talit; S. P. Warner, Se&y. •
--- pefinking ,plc ofOwego are about
:mother steamboat, tO . ply between
villag e anal Hiawatha Island.
The employes at the brick yard in Athens.
Friday last struck for an Llvariee of
from $1.25 to $1.50 per day.
ere iN talk of building a large brick
iArl in Athens during the homing summer.
building is much needed there.
Ira Lin('ley luis.seld his house and lot in
v., J. H. Vannest, of Franklindale,
lily, will la;come a resident of Leßoy.
At Christ church BishOp Ildwe s adtninis
-19-tii th,_, r it e of confirmation t about
l ' 4l lty persons, on Friday ev‘ing l iast' • -
Thor is just south of the Interiaiional
°I , about 50 feet of the pooreit sidewalk
touil, It should be, repaired at once.
' 24 i)ton Wooster has . sold his house and
4eltoy to N. K. Mott, Of Carbon Run,'
tlr, will occupy 'the property at an early
11 2 ere is nothing more health givingand
rastairting, than fresh air and sun
"i'le• Open the windows these pleasant
/ 6 ; basement of the International Rotel
4 g L.-en neatly fitted uis for a Billiard
4 gll, and Restaurant_ Johnny Laughlin
'ls (large: •
A street has been laid out thmtgli what
has been kaolin as the i 'lleniek Bleackne,r .
in Athens and the`land is to be cut uP
village k •
4r. `A '
Comity Superintendent' Ryan, exanthied
39 teachers ret*ntly, the Troy (Midi!
School all Pf whom pulsed and will receive
There are said to be 1,888 pensioners on
the Government rolls in the • Tioga! Con
gTessional ;district; and they received an
An exchange says that a few drops of
coal oil and a few ounces of sulphur sprink
led occasionally in the hen house will keep
lice at a distance.
F. F. goberts of Herrick,_, recently pur
chase(' in Syracuse; a span of ',English coach
horses weighing 2,960, for: which he has
been offered $13:10.
Put your winters, coal ashes around the
roots of your fruit trees if you want 'luscious
and abundant crops, is advice given by one
of our exchanges.
To advertise where it will do the most
good, select the newspaper which goes into
families of those whose custom is valuable
to the advertisers.
The citiiens of Ulster are repairing their
sidewalks and building new, quite exten
sively this Spring. Its an evidence of neat
ness and prosperity.
The young woman now looketh into the
glass and wondereth what kind of bonnet or
hat to get, and straightway ; titketh herself
to the millinery shop.
Marcus Rockwell, of Pike, was badly in
jured on the 21st ult., by being kicked in
the face by a horse.' Ills injuries still con
fine him to the house.
11:11. Spaldini,":Troy, is building a large
addition to his dwelling house, and will re
paint the whole structure and otherwise
beautify and adorn it.
On Friday evening, May 12th, the pupils
of the Graded School will give an entertain
ment in Mercur Mall for the benefit of the
Graded School Library.
The hotel and pleasure grounds surround‘
ing it, on Hiawatha Island, near Owego,
are to be put in therough repair and the
hciuse opened for guests..
It is sad that a woman's hat is invariably
* either too large or too_,,small. The milliners
hill for the same eomPares only 'with the
first part of the proposition.
The name of Canal 'street,. in Athens, has
been cltanged to Elm street. The Gazette .
says the reason for calling it Elm street is,
that there is not an elm on it.
-A. G. Kelly has sold his farm in :Leßoy,
formerly owned by D. Methlinen to David
Pearsall, of Carbon Run, who is erecting
thereon a large dwelling house: ,
To prevent its caving the. Railroad Com.'
pany is having willow trees planted along
the embankment from the cut at East TO . -
wituda up to the Railroad Bridge.
M. S. Prentice, of Leßuysville, has re
cently very materially added to the ap
pearance of his residence in that piece, by
sundry repairs and iniprovemerits.
The LePoi., - sville Adrertiser is responsible
for the statement that a ewe sheep owned by
J. S. Wood; of Pike, gave birth to a lamb
last week which weighed 11.1 pounds.
Officer Burns, arrested, Pat Gallic,in the
First Ward, on Saturday evening last for
maltreating his family while crazy drunk
and trying to set fire to his Own house.
Ezra Rutty took from his quarry in North
Towanda, one day recently, &tag-stone that
measured 17 feet in length by three in
width, and was seven inches, in thickness.
Rev. A. Purdy, of Lawrenceville, Tinge
county, was recently presented with a
purse containing $l2O in gold. Who ever
heard of an editor being treated like that.
Two quite largo additions are being built
to Dayton's Flouring Mill in the First Ward.
George. is doing a large business, and no
doubt contemplates doing a still larger one.
There is again another cry for farai .la
borers. Some of the loafers who bask in the,
sunshine on the corners all day, should tiot ,
have an excuse for idleness by scarcity of
Wm. Coburn, the man who we's so badly
injured at SliVara in the Ch t ristian-Coburn
difficulty, and 'Whose death was at one time
reported, .is still . alive and will probably
There were no services in the Church of
the Messiah on Sunday last. Rev. Mr. Da
vis, of Olcutt, N. Y., who was expected to
officiate, was detained by the death of -a
The Bradford • Republican has, donned a
new. dress and made other improvements in
keeping with its reputation as ono of the
hest weekly journals in. the State.—Phila
delphia Press. r •
An Alba corri‘spondent says that a resi
dent of that place, recently, while under
the influence of liquor( deliberately shot and ,
killed a valuable`"Cow belonging Ito_ one of
his neighbors: -!;
The Bradford .ttepublican ha! ditsied its
local page in new type, and : mule - Other im-.
provetnents in the arrangements and make
up of the paper that-are attractive.—Phila
• The show windows of our stores are look
ing just', as.beautiful as the artistic hands of
,Man and woman can make them appear.
Seldom does one see handsomer displays
even in cities. '
Adelbert -c - McCain-, an employee in the
Athens Bridge -. shopS; had his arm badly
crushed, on Monday of 1* week. ,by get
ting it caughthetween the' cog wheels of a
About 1,000 dozens of eggs are shipped
each day from Nichog staticin. on the. D. L. ,
& •W. Railroad. Nearly all of them are
bought from the farmers in the Northeastern
pirt of this county.
ile operating a circular' saw in his:
wheel•rake factory at Herrickville, one day
recently, E. S. Tur,rell was badly cut about,
the head, by a piece of board flying frain
the saw and striking him.
Our streets wore thhmg,ed with persons
from the country Saturday, and our mer
chants evidently sold many go!'.:lds, as their
places of business were crowded with
customers nearly the whole dak.
A child was born in Penn -Yan a few days
ago with a full set of teeth.—[Ex.] That
is nothing. We.have a lady in this village
'over -forty years of age, who never had a
tooth in her head.—Troy Register".
The Grand Jury of Susquehanna county
has found a true bill of indictment against
Dennis Cooney, of Great Bend, for the
murder of Silas Decker, of the same town.
The trial will take place in 'August.
Now it the time to . renovate your cellars.
Take pains and remove all vegetables
whatsoever affected; and rementber that a
well kept and pmerly ventilated cellar
often saves many dollars. in Dotter bills.
J. O. NVhast; has puralualeia ow:E. H.
Bowman - image and iat in \ tristerj and 'is
adding much to:the appearanqe of the prop
ertf by treating the - house to a coat of
The " College Nipe," -and •the Graded
Sehixd -Ball 'Club; played - matched gatnefl
at the. Institute Grounds on..Frideyand Sat
urday: ' The College boys were the winners
in both - •
The grounds around the nevi. depot -at
Sayre have been nicely graded and supplied
!with excellent flagstone vialks. The depot
and grmaids are the finest of any along the
whAO of road.
The proprietor Of the spicy little Waverly
Free Press_ has purchased a Campbell
Cylinder Press and will soon enlarge his
excellent little paper. We wish our neigh
lscir continued prosperity.
'l.ineohn Brothers, at -Green's Landing,
are doing quite an extensive wagon making
Inisiness. Several finely finished vehicles
were sent out from thew shops last week,
and they have orders for several more.
The Athens Gazette says that since the
Herdic line of coaches has been established
between that, place and. Waverly, many of
the Athenians !Mend church at Rev. Mr.
Smalley's chUrch, Waverly, on Sunday.
Invitations are out for a rlception at the
residence of Mrs. J. C. Adams in North Tc.
wanda, on Thursday evening, May 4th. l in
honor of her daughter Mary's marriage to
Mr. Ben Maurice, of Athens, several weeks
Abe Rosengraut, who rim& his e s cape
from the lailrat Tunkhannock, about two
weeks ago, voluntarily returned' to the jail
last week. He said he , had only been to
"get his boots, tapped, 'as they needed it
badly." ? 1 .
The editor • of the Athens Gazette rises
up to remark, ` . .Publish your joys, but con
ceal your sorrows' ; and Hinton practices
what ho preaches. •Ho has not said a word
about the science of celery raisins in a num
ber of weeks.
Withal: predicts a wet and cold summer,.
With frost in every mouth" of it. This
thing has gone far enough. Will somebody
hand us a - shingle I—Elmira. Free Preis.
In place of a shingle, somebody may hand
us an overcoat.
Frank Simmons, an employee in the Nov
elty Furniture Works, at Athens, had one.
of hiS eyes put out on Saturday by a piece
of wood flying from a saw, striking him in
the face, cutting an ngly gash and destroy
-kg the - sight - of One eye, • • ,
AlThe Elmira Advertiser thinks this is a
haid season of the year, for church' festivals.
oysters are about played out, and straw
. not yet, beecane su ffi ciently
plentiful to allow persons w4hout plethoric
pocket-books , to indulge. ; "
Mr. 'John 0. Wagner, of Eastan, has
contributed 60;000 square feet of ground
for the erection of a silk 'mill in that city.
Were there a few such men in this com
munity it would not be long ere Towanda
would.posses a silk mill too.,
A correspondent of .the Adrerf iser says
that " George Green and wife, of ;East Wa
verly, were found at their home Sunday at
ternben insensible, the effect of breathing
coal gas: But little hopes are entertained
of saving the woman's life."
A snow - storm on the second of ,Mal was
what the people of-this section were treated
to on Tuesday. There* is evidethly some
thing wrong withthe Weather Bureau. fer
haps the than in charge haS out.the
March drawer instead of-May. ,
F. L. Wood, of Pike, drives a pair of
matched bay colts, that are three years old
next June, that weigh respectively 496 and
946 poUnds. They are said to be‘onel of
the finest yoUng teams in the county. ge
has refused an Offer of $3OO for them. • I
• E. S. Turrell,. and his father, have . en
gaged quite extensively in the manufacture
of horse bay rakes at, Herrickville. It is
said their. rakes meet with a ready sale, and
that the Messrs. Turrell are -doing a very
profitable business in their manufacture.
An exchange 'rises up to remark that if
tfie intellects of the le.-de-da young . men
Were in proportion to the size of : the hats
Which fashion dscreeS they must wear this
spring, what a quantity of future presidents
could be seen every day, running at large.
The small boy now groweth uneasy, the
circus poster, hangeth not on the wall.
Don't fret, boys; the circus will be round
ere the season closes. They' don't often
paw: towns that turn ont multitudes of peo
ple at their perfohnances as does Towanda.
James Smith, the bus driver at Wyalu.S :
ing, so says'a correspondent, during a ser
vice of five years, a part of which time he
has run to seven trains a day, has Made but
ono failure to connect with. trains, and a
demoralized time piece occasioned that
- The de.iizens of Laceyville, 'Wyoming
county looked forth on a. Sunday Morning
recently 'and discovered" Iliat during the
quiet hthirs of night some graceless ' young
scamps had decorated the roof of the Baptist
church with a lumber wagon, the wagon
being bottom upward. •
Buy a North-western . Hand Corn! and
Pumpkin Seed - Planter from R, . M. Welles
for $2.50 and you will find it to be an excel ] ;
lent and profitable inriplement. It will pay
fcir itself in one day's use, Will plant frilm
fire to eight acres in a: day.
Let the boys who are collecting 'postage
stamps read this and 'persevere: An etui
nent Queen's counsel who has foun] time
in the midst of his 'legal work to amass one
of the finest collections of postage stamps
in England,. has just decided to sell it to a
French collector,for $40,000.
At Cross's Book Store maybe found a
new and large assortment of :window' shades,
curtain fixtures,, wall papers; dados, cor
nices, borders and aU the latest styles of
wall and ceiling decorations. His stock of
wall papers cannot fail to please both, in
style and price.- Call and examine goods
before puMiasing els4where. —3•
It is now asserted, positively, that oil was
found at Lovelton; Wyo Ming -county, but
that the well was "dOctored" to prevent its
Sowing, in the interest of Bradford and
RichbuT operators. Such things have
taken place in other territories that specu
lators did not'3 desiie developed. There
may be truth in the i6mors afloat. •
Samuel Illorris,- of Pike, cut his right
feot quite badly while at work in the woods.
An artery was severed Und - considerable dif
ficulty was experienced in.stopping the flow
of blood until the arrival of Dr. Warner, of
Leltaysville, who took , up the severed artery
and dressed the wound.. The injury sal
lay Mr. M. up for sotue time.
A. E. Cleveland, , a farmer living, near
Mansfield Tioga county, suicided Thursdsiy
afternoon by severing an artery and bleed
ing to death. Ile was a' well-to do and res
pected citizen,i forty-three years of age,
and leaves a wife and children: The pro
bable reason for the, deed 'was an iety and
worry consequent npOn criminal promntion
against him hi his brother-in-law.
Sadly' says the Athens 'Gazette of last
weak "Chas. PeGreer of Novea4le, Pe4
1 ?" several -this;
Pismt trying , to = trgnlfiz°.spa Yto
build 4 rolling .mail here- There> being a
diiersity of views among those interested;
the enterprise has fallen through for the
present i and Mr. Greer wilt return home.'
Pow= GaAs ' cic- - The regulargilarterlY
meeting of Bradford and Sullivan Pisnona
Grango,•l!lo. 23, will be -field is. Bay's
Hall, Granville,mr HUBSDAY, 3141 k. 23th,,
. P. u, Every
Grange in the,distriet is registered; to send
delegates. The; evening 4 session will . be
open. . S. W•Avironu. See'y.
It is not often that any Mi st a tmmp chooses
to spend Sunday i n the - lock=up but on
Saturday night last an intexicate4 individ
ual voluntarily' plaOed himself in l`durance
'vile" until be could sober up. Let seine of
our temperaneo people take this incident
a text and urge the adoption of such legal
measures as shill protect a'rinan against
The senior Devil of this office, and the
Junior editor, were both born , on I tk, 4 same
day the month of April—Lthe
should have mentioned this fact a Ltrifl e
earlier. in the season, but we Were very
busy last week, and could not have properly
received the valuable presents we should
have undoubtedly been presented with, by
a numerous'and appreciative constituency.
Some one of the nunierous editors of the
Journal diseoVered that ,there were two
errors in the column and '-over of Personals
appearing in tlui REPunuc,Ax of last week.'
Thinks some one is "stuffing" that depart
ment of our paper,' and that when our
readers find it out they are t going to—well,
the goodness only knows what. Our neigh
bor will-do well to observe the old maxim,
and "fret not its, gizzard."
On Monday evening officer Burns arrest
ed a couple Of "corn doctors" who had been
acting in a very suspicious manner for two
or three days, lurking about back doors
Their stock of "corn cure" consisted of
pieces of Castile soap, which was wrapped
up in tinfoil.:laken off tobacco Packages.
On Tuesday morning the brace of cbiropo
chsts concluded that the climate, Of Zowanda
did not agree with them and so they moved
on to fields and pastures new. H
The tobacco crop of this county kit year
aggregated about "1,5004100 pounds, ; worth
at least $150,(00.-13rodford Republican.
What a coincidence. Those are; precisely
the figures for Tioga county, as !published
in the GAzka 'az. a couple of weeks ago. 7 -:
Wellsboro GazOte. Yes, ,. but thO 4`coipci
dence" hangs 6n thb fact thaf, we wrote
"Tina" and a compositor took it for "this."
We haie examined the, manuscript and do
'not have a words of fault .to find with the
compositor, aforesaid. - .
A Wyalusing correspondent thinks that "a
bonanza awaits some energetic and wide
awake young man who will come there, run
a newspaper, grow up.ivith the town and
retire rich in a few years." There can be
no doubt of it. Bonanzas of that sort :are
just lying around loose at every four cor
ners. That is the . reason why publiShers of
country newspapers in this region become
rich in such a'short space of time. , A news-.
paper in-a smnll town beats a Mascot, in.
bringing its possessor riches—=even- . even- though
the Mascot Wear. flesh-colored' tights.
While the turn-key, Ira Stephens, was
giving the prisoners their supper on Monday
evening, the jail doors were incautiously
left unlocked ahtl a young fellow, who was
committed . for larceny,. skipped out. He
went into Policeman Britton's house near
the Barclay depot, and asked for a hat.
Britton stepped into another room for - his
club, and the prisoner not feeling at ease,
again "lit Olit." : Orie of Britton's children
'gave theuilarni and the fugitive was arresit
ed by H. Chubbuck afterlively scuffir,
and reinstated in his old gnarters at the
jail. , -
Such weather as we wereittilicted with•
for the Past`few weeks, is enough to make
one think that the traditional spring—the
gentle - , - bahliy spring of the, poets, which,
according to a time-honored:theory, ought
to bethe pleasantest season of the year—
has become a thing of the past. We can
scarcely be said, to have any spring nowa
days. It is a transition which the economy
of nature has apparently cut out, and we
are fain to pas Sat a step from the raw chil
liness of Winter to summer's fervid heat.
Bus as the arrangenient is beyond our'co
trol, we must needs make the best of it.
Two men so anxious to get away from To
wanda, that they were walking on their way.
to Rochester, applied for a place to sleep at
the station house last 'evening and were ac
commodated.. On explaining themselves
and the nature of their journey this morn
ing to the Recorder, they were discharged. ,
Why anTone . should be so anxious to get
to• Rochester, as to start for that place on
foot, was a subject that excited the wonder
of the by-standers and officers of the court.
—Elmira' Free Press. The above is a base
fabrication, so far as this place is .concern
ed. Those men were from Waverly, and
that accounts for the reason why they Were
willing to Oven:walk to 'Rochester.
We clip the fpllowirig paragraph from the
Hazleton S'entitiel of a recent date :
The Anthracite coal in Sullivan County,
Pa., is at last attracting the attention it de-.
serves. We hive given, the matter consid
erable attention and are pleased to see that
the daily press are working up the field.
The following is a sample of what the dailies
are painting : "Coal has teen discovered
in Sullivan Bounty, said by' the most emi
nent chemistswho have analyzed it, to be
the pure anthracite "of the ,free burning
quality, most ieliabla for steam making and
every manufacturing purpose. The im
mense amount of this 4..r0al discovered must
surely have an important effect on the coal
and iron trades, and change the backwoods
of Sullivan county_ into a thriving, coal
producing community, eventually a brisk
manufacturing locality." . .
The rite of confirmation was administer
eed to about 250,persons at the :';Lurch Of.
SS. Peter and Paul, by Bishop O'Hara on
Sunday last. --_There were 108 young girls,
all dressed in white and all wearing white
veils, who went into Church in a procesSiou
and took the seats assigned them in the
body of the church. It was really a beauti
ful sight,' when so many fresh-faced little
girls and maidens took upon themselves the
vows of the Ihurch. There were about 90
lads and little boys and 50 or more adults ,
who received i the sacred rites. High Mass
was celebrated, with Rev. Father. Cum
miskey of Hazleton as celebrant. Miss
Anna .Dunn, the- organist, .rendered the .
solos in a very effective manner. Bishop
O'Hara preached a sermon founded on St.
Luke, chap 3, verse 91 to inclusive. As
the third Sunday after Easter is called the
"Patronage of St: Joseph," the Bishop's
discourse treated principally. of the life and
character of him whose emblem is the spot
less lily. After confirmation, the vener
able Bishop gave those who had received
this solemn rite of consecration some excel
lent-advice.: He exhorted than to faith
'bluess in all religious duties, to diligence
in prayer and especially to shun the com
pany of the evil-minded.
A new amusement in Indiana' is egg
jumping. The act of jumping causes the
involuntary closing of the hands in a tight
grip, and in the contesto f egg' juniPing,
whoevet jumps furtherest without breaking
the egg that he holds in either band -takes
PE1100,0 1 fAZ•
• - ---Mrs; Clarence Nowell; of North To=
Wanda„ , - 4
Itisiwp•liorton is at home
in North Towanda'. '• I '
_—Airs. Irene King" his gone- tOlTArrha;4l,
Mich.; to friends. - •-_ . •
Irma King his gone to ilarrison;
Mich., to visit, Mends.
-...chieVef.Poliee Semi, of Wilkesbaire,
was.in town on hiondar. • •
--Miss Espy has a large elan in elocution
at the Collegiate Institute. , '
—"W: P. Jennings has taken the Agency
for a Life Insuraiace Company.
Master Guy . Peek visiting bitinnele
Mr. Richard Watkins, at Maim.
—C. P. Forrest,' Of 'Ulster, will - 0 west,
it is said, in a few week.s; to ;eside.
—Mrs. P. D. Morrow, his gone to Clifton
Springs for the benefit of:her health.
—Wm. Coleman, formerly of the Jouraid
office, has gone to. Minneapolis, Minn. -
—Mrs. N. P. Bosworth, of I'Vyalusing,
suffered a stroke of paralyses last week.
—TraOr Fraley, i
late of the Reriew WE*
on taken a sittnittort n the " Reporter office:
• Bishoy Haire was the guest of Hr. and
Mrs. E. T. Fox while inTowanda last week.
—Ex-Sheriff Dean, of South Creek, was
in town,this week. Just as genial as ever.
Kline, late of the Reporter office,
has taken a position in the., Athens 'Bridge
—Mrs. Rebecca Carcuff, of North To
wanda, has 'been quite ill, ' but is now much
improved. ; ' ,
—.T. C; 'Robinson, of Bentley Creek, was
among the pleasant callers at our, , . sanctum
,-Mrs. C. 1 1 : Hallowell hai gone to
Lackawanna comity and to , Thilfidelphia to
visit friends. -
—J. T. Hestead, of Laddsburg, was in
Now York last , week, buying Idistinitner
stock of goods.
—IL M. }fall, Esq.,.was gilled to Wyom
ing county last week, to eittimd theltnterad
of his grandfather."
—Bishop .O'Hara of ScrantoW • and
Father. Cummiskoy of Hazleton were in
town over Sunday.
—Mrs. W. B. Thorpe of Norwich,`N. Y.
is visiting her sister, MO. A. D. Dye, on
North Main street. '
andr4.o. Arthur 'Welles, of Potter
vile, were visiting Mrs. Wells' father, Dr.
James Harris, last week.
—Mrs. Will Brazen .who has been an in
valid for many Months, has so far recover
°red as to be able to ride out.
—Ex-Sheriff Carter, ,o Tunkhannock,
was shaking hands withiis'nutuarous friends
in Towtuida, one day thisliveek. •
—l3. W. Camp, of Merrick, , b4en
confined to his, house , 'tor several, weeks
past by an attack of rheumatism.
—Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Kellogg of Monroe,
Celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their
marriage on Tuesday of last week. ,-
-Miss Winnie - Davies, is home from
'chool in Elmira, to Tend' a weeks' vaca
tion with her parents in this place.
—J. L Woodburn, of Herrick, will soon
add to undertaking establishment in
that, place, a handsome new hearse.
• -LJ. W. Squires has his portable steam
saw mill in operation at Herrick, where he
has quite a large. contract for luniber.
is t said that George Jordon Will soon
retire from the Exchange Hotel, at Athens,
having become tired of hotelleeping.
—Mr. Charles Ilercur,' former To
wandian but now a resident of Passaic, N.
J., is visiting, relatives and friends in town.
—A. H. Thomas prejident of the Troy
Fariners'Club has been . on the list of these
afflicted seriously with influenza.j-l'roy
—Rev. E. E. Peck, of. Victor, N.
will preach at the Church of 4e Messiah;
(Universalist) on Sunday ntornhigand oven:
—Mrs. Strupler, of Ilerrick;%, narrowly
escaped death a few days ago from the ef- -
fects of accidentally taking an, overdose"Of
—Mrs. Frank D. Decker and datii;l4r
of . Now York, have come to Towanda to
spend the summer ,with Mrs. D.'s father,'
—Mr: Garrison, one of our successful
Bradford County teachers, lies opened a
three Months' term of school at Ffillsg,rove,
Sullivan county. • t.
•L--Frederick "Wolfe•of Jetido, Luzerne Co.
a former resident of Towanda, has recently
been afflicted in the.death of his two year
old son, 'Nibble. *-!
—Miss Mary Fee, who has been teaching
school at Waverly, returned to her home in
Wyalusitig,' last week, her school having
closed for its summer vacation.
—Mrs. 0.. A. Baldwin, of Towanda, will
arrive in Elmira on Monday evening next,
from Cuba, N. Y. She comes N . attend
the May festival.—Ehnira Adrertisccr.
Allen Cooper, late' of the ;
Fishier house, at Wellsburg, ook possession
of' the Buckbee house, in Elmira, on Mon- ,
day: morning last, Allen is an excellent
—A. D. Dye & Co. have put up a tele
phone in the office of their 'hardware store
and have made connections with the
Citizens' Bank, Cross' Book store 'and the
--Major B. S. Dartt, of Canton, came to
town.on Monday to attend the grand temp
erance rally in 31ercur Mall on Tuesday of
this week. The Major is a staunch, worker
for the temperance cause. -
-Mrs. C. F. Coffin, of Smithfield. recent
lY received $2,000 croint,,,the Knights of
Honor, =being the • amount, of insurance in
that order upon the life of her husband,
who died a few weeks ago. .
—Es-County Commissioner, Morris Shop,
ard, was in town
..en bu.sineson Tuesday
and gave us a pleasant call, d i or a man to
set down with for a short or long chat,
Morris has few equals and no superiors.
--Ect. Stevens, wife , • and daughter, are
visiting friends in ;own, after twenty
years as a railroad employe, Mr. Stevens
is enjoying the independence of life on a
farm, and says it agrees with him first-rate.
—Mns. A. D. Montariye was siumnred to
Pittsburgh last iveek, , hy a telegram from
Mrs. McQuiston, announcirr. b the illhess of
her littlaughter, DennieMontarye. At
last accounts the little girl was very much
—The Tunkhannock Republican E ys that
Rev. 5. L. Condo of that place is the 'in
ventor of several improved attaChmelits for
Writing, Machines, for which a patent will
soon b:procured bYthe American )Vriting
Job:.Hall, an old and well known
resident of Wyoming cpunty, died at his
residence on Wyoming Avenae, Tunkhan
nock, on. Wednesday, of last week, after a
brief illness. The deceased was the grand
father of L. X. Hall, R&E., of this place.
—Rev. Dr. Taylor, tat4l of the Church of
the -.3l . esiah' here; has , been, called away
from his new pastorate' 'at Tray; N. Y., to
attend the funeral of his mother at Phila
delphia, who was released from a sickness
extending .over years of suffering, on the
evening of the 21st ult. ,
I —Rev. Win. *Shelp of the Wyorning,M.
E. Conference, who was. well known in this
county, died on Friday last at his residence
near Pittston. The remains were taken to
Fairdale, Susquehanna Co., for interment,
on Tuesday, May 2. He was 55 years old.
David Shelp of this place is his brother.
—Miss Enuua Harding, oldest daughter
of J. B. Harding of this village, was dial.-
ried on Wednesday afternoon to William
Eaton, formerly of - Toivanda,Pa., now of
Buffalo, and an engineer on the N. Y. Cen
tral Railroad. The Wedding ; was a quiet
one, only near friends being invited Rev. A.
L. Smalley Officiated. The parties have our
congralulations.- 7 Wuredy Advocate. -
—Says the Tioga Centre correspondent
of 'the Owego 'Times: "Mr. B. B. Frank
lin has leased his grist-mill property 'and
willr-emive his family to Athens,Pennsyl
vania: Mr. Franklin and his ts sons will
be employed ins the iron railroad, bridge
works of Messrs. Maurice & Kellogg, m
—Mrs. Margaret Thomas, died- at the
residence"of her nephew, Col. G. F.'ason,
in this place, - on Wednesday of fait } week;
She was nearly 87 years of . age , and had
been an inmate of Col. Mason 's family for
many years. She • Was a devoted chris
tian and had for many years been a mem
ber of the Presbyterian church. Her re
mains were interred-at Manroeton on
—Hon. Delos Rockwell and H. S. Mc-
Kean_ _went to Texas about thriii weeks
ago, to look after some investments.
Rockwell returned last week Thursda y, hat
has been ill for several days, thofigh now
able-to be out: - He reports the weather
about Austin as being unusually warm for
the time of year. Mr. Mcifean, who is the
owiter of .011e:thousand head of cattle on
ate Of the ranches, didnot reknit, but re
arming until midstunnser.—Troy gazet6. - •
ton; of Ghent, died pito suddenly nu Mon.
day or bruin fever, m-the 18th year of her
ago, She was engaged in school teaching,
and up to Thursday hid - been in her usual
health. On that dap`the waj taken Hi and
watt conveyed to her kome...' She was' not
thotight to be dangerously until Sunday
night, when the grew suddenly ivotse t and
died on Monday morning. , -
ev. Dr. Taylor who went to TM, -N.
Y. to take charge of the.first Universalist
Church in that city met . with" a very cor
dial reception from his new pershioners end
received many , 'kindly_ assurances of • s°'
operation in his pasioral work. We ciip the
followin i g from the Troy Daily .Times, of
• WELCOMING A NEW PASTOR TO TROY.
The cozyparlors of the - Universalist
church were filled with the members of the
society and their friCnds last evening to
welcome the newly chosen pastor, the Rev.
William Taylor , formerly of Towanda,
Penna., and his family. The „scene pre
sented was ono of peculiar interest when
Irving Ha3rner, president of the.' parish
Union, arose and in a few excellently chosen
words extended to Mr. Taylor the pledge
of support and assurance of regard.. He
hoped that love,C confidence, respect - and
charity for all shortcomings would be
'mutually borne. Mr. Taylor responded
feelingly, and said that as a 'minister of
Christ he would.do all iu his power to pro
mote the welfare and well-being of his peo
ple. The Rev. Dr. Baldwin spoke in Words
of encouragement to the new pastor. Any
One, be said; who professed to be a minister
of the'Lord Jesus Christ was his brother
and his friend.' All present were formally
presented to Mr. Taylor, his wife and dau
ghter, by Messrs. Darling and- Buffington.
During the evening the Tees= club sang
in excellent manner a number of solos - and
choruses from the "Mascot." The room was
beautifully decorated with flags, and the
word "Welcome," in handsome design
hung in a conspicuous place. , Refreshments
in abundance were 'served.'. The reception
. is only the flint eipression of friendship and
love for a - pastor which t will strengthen
and increase as time passes. Ho certainly
received a kind and cordial welcome to our
List of letters remaining in the --Post:Of
fice-for the week ending May 3, 1882:
Adams, H D
Brink, Earl C - Leonard, Geo 11
Burke, Annie Meisel, Wm B
Bennett, Chas W McCormick, Lizzie
Black, G W Platt, Emma (2)
Bowan, Jno G : Post, M C
Callihan, Bridget nutty, Nellie
Clumpel, Jay WoodbUtn, J1:10 F
Cummins, Patrick - Sterigc_e, Stephen
Crotty, Martin - Shermo; Annie
Conklin, Fred. Sheehan, Michael
Dunn, Hiram • Schoonover, Burnice
Fos, Mrs Libbie Tompkins, Sarah
Haphor, Mrs Laura ThempsOn, Mrs M J
Homan, Wm •-• Walborn, Helen
Kingsley, Thos • Webb,
Pemns 'calling for any of the above will
please say -"Advertised," giving date of list:.
• -P. POWELL, P. 31. 1
May Term, Monday, May 1.
His Honor, R. D, Morro*, on the bench.
The usual motions and arguments were
made by counsel iu the forenoon, and at 2
p: to. the •constables made their returns.
The following were sworn in as Grand
Jurors : G. H. Van Dyke, Ulster Win.
Allen, Pike ; D. H. Beardsley, Canton twp.;
Dennis Crowley, Rome ; Bartley Dunn,'
Franklin ; Myron Eddy-, Towanda Borough:I
Howell., Howell, Warren ; D. F. Hildreth,,
South Creek ;-Charles Jerolornan t Columbia
Azariah Judson, Litchfield; Patrick Lynch, , '
Barclay; J. N. Lakei Tuscarora; David
Lenox, Buillinkton Twp.;,W,T: Lloy, Le!
Roy; cireorge Mace, ToWarida Twp.; Hiram
Meeks, Wilinot; C. C.. Paine, Troy Boro.;
Edward Stratton. Burlington Twp.: 11. P.
Smith, Sylvania Boro.; Silas Tit*, Herrick;
Nelson Tyr:le', Ulster. A
The Wining licehseslwere granted,viz.:
0. LI Bull; Monroe Borough,
• Norris Kellogg, Noir-Albany Borough
P. M.. Wilcox, Township;
James J. Murton, Overton Towlehip.
' Mat tin Crowley, South weverly Borough.
F. C. Landmesser, Standing Stone Township.
• James A. Elliott. Ridgbury Township. -
• D. B. Kennedy, Wysoz Township..
J. Morgan Brown. SVyalusing Township.
John B. Wright, Wells Township.
J. 0. Daugherty.. Wpm: Township.
George Z. slotry, Monroe Township.
Wm. Henry.i Towanda Borough, let Ward.
Charles H. Seeley, do do
ASS W. Dimmick. do do
Redmond eaten. do do
D. S. Redfield. South Creek.
J. p. Bogen., sheahequiii: •
Chas. Bice, Athers Borough, Ist Ward.
A. J. Noble. Troy Borough.
J. P. Strong, Columbia Township.
Thomas It. Jordan. Towanda Born.. 2nd Ward.
J. S. Thomson. Wyalusing Twp., (Camptown.)
Orrisll Kellogg, Towanda Boro., 2nd Ward.
U. D. P. Disbrow, do let Ward.
B. W. Ennis, • eto do •
Daniel Brown, Ulster Township, (Milan.) .
'Warren Smith, Columbia Twp., (Austinville.)
EATING unusEa. ._. • .
A. J. Beers, Canton Borough. •
John 11,, Wolfe, do . do
'B. F. Myer. Barclay Township.
M. 13.Calkins, Burlington Borough.
SIEZCIIANT DEALSIL •
James Cummtskey, Towands Borough, Ist W.
C. W. Beardsley, Canton Borough.
11. W. Noble. Towanda Boro., 2nd Ward.
John Grlfltn, • do Ist Ward, •
Irene 111 Gamble . vs, Nesbit H Gamble.
William B Forrest vs Dell C Forrest' Julia
,Forbes vs Allen Forties. Subpoena in di
vorce directed to he issued in each case.
Sophia C Allis Vs \V W Allis. Referred,
to L Elsbree, Esq., master in divorce cases.
May & Bro vs Wm. Henry. Warren
Ayers use vs. Semi Johnson; et al. Jacol)
Tall vs B C Chilson. Bradford L.. & B.
Association vs Frank Case_ and Lauretta
Case. Rules to open judgment in each case.
Geo H Little's use vs Geo H Felbush.
The Grand Jury disposed of tie following
eases : • .
TRUE BILLS. 4
COM vs MOrris Doll, John Adaitis, Jr, and*
John McDonald,. TWo iudictmeniS. Burn
ing and attempting to burn
Com vs Adam Snyder. Two indictments.
Selling liquors to minork; • selling liquors
without a license. , '
Corn. vs, Frank i rallady—Assault and
Corn. vs. A. W. French • and Victor
French-Cutting timber trees.
Corn. vs. John Woodburn—Larceny.
Com. vs. John Al4nas, Jr., and Morris
Corn. vs. X. M. MeCarrich-LFalse pre-
NOT TRUE nuLs
• Com vs Frank Doane. Larceny: .
Corn. vs. Levi Winn—Larceny: •
Com. is. Joshua Heath and Chas. Heath
Com.. vs. Joshua Heath and Chas. Heath
—Surety of the peace. 'Chas. Heath dis
charged ; Joshua Heath sentenced to pay
etists of prosecution awl to give bonds to
keep the peace. ' - - ,
Com. vs. John Woodburn—Larceny. De
fendant pleads guilty.
- Cori). vs: John' Adams Jr, and Morris
Doll. Defefidants plead guilty. .
Com. vs. Frank Tallacly—Assault and
battery. District Attorney Fanning and
McPherson & Young for Com., D. C.
DeWitt, Esq., for defendarit: Jury find
defendant guilty.. Sentenced to pay a fine
of $25 and costs of prosecution.
Com. vs. A. W. French and Victor
French—Cutting timber trees. District
Attorney Fanning and L. M. Hall, - Esq.,
for Corn., D. C. DeWitt, Esq., for defend
ant. Jury find defendant guilty. -
Cora. vs. A. M. McCarrick—False pre
tense. District Attorney Fanning:and H.
N. Williams, Esq.,for Corn., McPherson
& Young for defenant. On trial, .
In the matter of the rubilibSion of John E.
Davies, John G. Williams, Fred Phinney
Ed. !Walker .and Victor E. Piolett, 017
motion they were admitted to praetice in
the several Courts of Bradford County,
whereupon they were duly sworn. -
The Bradford County Constitutional
Amendment Society held - its first general
meeting in Mercur Hall, Tuesday May ; at
2p. in. Quite a large number .were pres
ent and the best methods of carrying for
ward the work of the society were discussed.
In the evening a large audience assembled
in the Court House to listen to an elo
quent and instructive address by Hon. Geo.
Landon. The meeting was opened with
prayer by Rev. Mr. Watrous of Athens.
Mr. Landon then proceeded to explain the
object of the Constitutional Amendment
organizations, in• his usual.lucid manner.
The president of the local society, 0. A.
Black, annonimed that the members of the
Towanda branch would meet on Wednesday
evening of each week. Meeting 'closed with
benediction by Rev. C. T. Hallowell.
INCE11:0 Z. 4. ii/B.ll4llll',E'S OP re i 7,711;
~ i . . - A t 1 4. 7 iir.,.. on Friday lain:. a' fire - was
discovered in an old Store. :hoase near the
Lehigh- Valley freight depth/.. ' „Theo . fire was
well trader headway battik it Was discover
ed. Thelthrning - bnilding: was connected
with L a - wagon shed; belonging to 3lr.
W.' 'B, -Dodge and was used by , him • for
storing - the: Central &press C.Ctimpany's
Wagon. : The flre . depOrtment_waaprOmptly
on: hand after the . . alarm was given, the
idled was torn awiry ' froth . a large barn be
longingto Mr. Dodge: and the fire exting T . :
iiished before any 'very great damage was
done. - This is the fourth fire that has oc
curred in Towanda - within the ptist month;
all Of _which were evidently the work of in
experienced: incendiaries.. ~- Two of them.
were discovered in time to prevent any
' • ge being . done. Of fi cers Burni 'and
' oek having their-suspicions aroused by
the nduct of MorritDoll, whom they Lir
_for theft 4n - Friday morning.
Min accused of incendiarism and of rob
bing Mclthcish's pea ,nut—stand, Doll con
f his guilt and implicated several other
lads, Johnny:. Adams,, Ed. Norconk, Lewis
Fite J. McDonald and Charley Gorman,
all b whim Were belted up in the station
ho .to await a hearing. - Gorman was
discharged on Friday evening, 'as there was
no evidence of his cognizance of the crimes
of his companions. Ho has recently re
turned from serving a two years terra at
the House of Correction in , Philadelphia,
where ho made an excellent record for
good conduct and aptness at learning. , He
seems:sincere in his desire to do better, and
as ho. is only a hdy yet, it is hoped that his
referthation his -been thorough. The boys
had a hearing: before Justice Codding on
'Saturday. Norconk was discharged for
Want of evidiince,Dell,Adams and McDonald
were each hold under $OOO for their- ap
pearance at Court. . Lewis .Fitch . was not
included in the warrant but was usedsts a
Shot wait Robbed.
V. D. Rosengrai2t, of South Eaton, went
to Wilkes-Bario on Wednesday with a loid
of lumber: for Ryman & Sons, and after de
livering it and transacting some business
he started for home. While going through
the narrows, - about a quarter of a mile
above the toll-gate on the road to Dallas,
In the evening, tVvo men rushed from the
woods and stopped him and . demanded his
money.' Ho' offered to give them all he
possessed, but before he could do so one of
the uien pulled a revolver and shot him.
The ball ,entered the lefty temple, passed
under the_nose and tore:out the right eye.
Rosengiant fell to the ground and the high
waymen then rifled his pockets, securing
s2i and, a. silver watch. 'They left the
bleeding man l in the road and disap
peared in thO wocas. llosengrant became
very weak, but sununoning all his strength
he managed to crawl alow , e' the road, hop
ing to reach a house. He had gone nearly
half a mile in this way, when a ,man pass
,ing in a wagon discovered him and picked
'him up'and conveyed him to Dallas. Phy
-sicians did all they could to make him com
fortable, but it is feared ho cannot survive.
-- 7 Tualkanock Republican, 28th ult.
C. L. S.C.
The Next meeting of the C. L. S. C. Will
be at the residence of Mrs. A. D. Dye, on
North Main stmet Friday evening, May 5,
at 7:30 o'clock. The lesson of the evening
will be a _review of the third volume of
"English History and. Literature", to page
46. Also questions and answers, on ',Eng
lish History and. Literature." from No. .1 to
No. 26. As there are only two more
mouths in the Chautauqua year, itis hoped
that the members 'will make a determined
effort to finish the required reading before
the 30th of June:..
There will be• a meeting of the County
Committee at Towanda, May 12th, at one
o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of flitting
delegates to represent Bradford county in
the State Convention to be held May 18th,
and to transact such other business is may
properly come before them. A full attend
ance of the committee and friends of the
cause, is . earnestlY requested. • '
J. H. Oncurr, Chairmen.-
Great ;Trestern Hand Corn Planter
Will. plant Corn, Beans, Peas,. Beets,
and Pumpkin Seeds, or not, at ' will. It is
reliable, -Well made, and the best and
cheapest in the market. Will pay for itself
in one '.day's use. Price Only, ,s2.rio, and
warranted. Tell youi• neighbok not to pay
$4 to $4.50 for hand planters hot as good.
For.sale wholesale and retail. I- will, for
Cash with the order, delivei two or more
planters at $2.50 each at any railroad
station, or by' any stage line running from
.Towanda, freight pre-paid. 'Farmers can
get up.clubs and send for planters. 1- - •
Towanda, Pa., April 26th:
PRATT--CONKLIN—At the M. E. Par
sonage in Rome, April 30, 1882, by Rev.
' $..8.- Keeney, Mr. W. J. Pratt of Athens
Bradford County, Pa.,' and Miss Nellie S.
Conklin, of Rome, Bradford Co., Pa.
•JENNINGS--COMPTON:—In Leßoy, Pa.,
April 22d, by H. K. Mott, - Esq., Mr. Isaac
Jennings, and Miss Katie Compton, both
of Franklin, Pa.:
GRIGGS--BRAGI/E—ln West Burlington,
April 18th, by Rev. H. B. Troxell, Homer
Griggs,of - Middletown,rul Miss Sophronia
• Brague, of West Burlington.
MIFF—MAN NILE—In Troy, at the Troy
House, April 26th, by Rev. C. H. Crowl,
of Alba, Rowland P. ,Kiff and Mks Cora
E. Manville, both of Ward twp.
JOHNS—STHYS--At Austinville, April 9,
by Morris Fairbanks, Esq., Andrew Johns .
of Rutland to p, Tioga county, and
Miss Bell Stiles, .o Towanda.
BAUMANN—HOOKER—In Leona, at the
home of the bride's parents,- April 27th;
by Rev. 0. N. Roberts, A. Baumann, Esq.
of Scranton, and • Miss Ida Hooker, of
Leona. . • •
LENT—HARSH—At the house of the bride,
Waverly ; Tioga Co. ' N. 'Y.,April 18th,
1882, by the Div. A. W. Hood, Mr. Ed.
Lent,.of Sayre, Bradford C0.,.= Pa., and
Mrs. Phoeba Harsh of Waverly, Tioga .
Co.; N. Y.
SMITH—At the residence of John R. Light
on South Hill, April 24,1852, Miss Emma
J. Smith, aged 14 years;
ADAMS—In Rome, April. 19th, of general
debility, Bela K: Adams, Esq., forMerly
. • of Springfield, Pa., .liged 68 years.
COOPER—At Pennyville,lApril 25th, MT
" 'LIM Cooper, aged 69 years.
H_ UL Troy, April 19th, of general
Lyilia Ann, wido of the late
Gto. N. Hull, aged 688 - yea
_ Corrupted every 'Wednesday. •
grEvEss k. LONG.
General Dealers in GROCERIES AND, PRODUCE,
Corner of Mtn and Pino StrStds.
Floiir per barrel ...... .... $7 09®8 60
Flour per sack : 1 55®215
Buckwheat Flour, 71 100..
, r' 2 00®
Chop Feed 2 00
Wheat, 11 bushel ` 1 30@il 3t,'
Aye, • 85090
Corn. si On 6js
Buckwheat. " 60 ;
Oats, . 0 . • 5'4050
Beans .. 3 00®3
Potatoes. •• 1 10tAll 20
Apples Green, 11 bushel.. 100 ®1 13
Apples Dried, 11 lb . 6
'reaches "" .. .. .. 12(415
Bayberries Dried ? lb . :. @2O
Blackberries " ".... 10 '', -
Pork. 11 barrel . 22 004'24 00
Hams. 11 lb 14
Lard. " l5
Butter, in Tubs a Firkins. 2'@2c
Butter, in Boll...:.. 22®
Eggs 15® .
Clover Seed li bushel 5 50(a6 00
Timothy seed VI bushel.. 2 75®300
Beeswax, V lb 2043122
Syracuse Salt ? barrel... 1 40
Michigan Salt " ...
Ashtonagalt" .. ' / 75 ®3 00
Onions, 11 bushel:. . ....... •••.1 00631 00"
PLATFORM WAGONS, TOP AND
OPEN UraIIIES for sale st decided barisins
A large number of superior make snit tinbib.
1 C. L. TRACY.
TOwands c April 27-1 m 46 BTEEETEB.
Do uric ba deceived_ but boy the White
Sewing Machina of • C. StEll.O.
--Fred* itsit emit salt wiler , fish M
C. M. Myers market, Bridge streak.-
—L. IL Rogers has -a lerire stock or klish
Doors and Blindsr,„also Moldings, and is
selling cheaper than any other establishinent
WINDOW SHADES cr beintiful dpidgns at
Cioaslitoie. • 5X4.
—G. L. Ittant can soil-Groceries vary cheap
because .hie expenses are very Light. Ma
oneh mere abaft have the beoedt• by baying at
the First Ward Store.
(kir to Wktrreo3ril's for wall' papers, bor
ders dades, cornice &e. He luta some of
thiAandsoniest wall and ceiling deroralions
ei , er , bmugbt into Towanda.
Clover and Timothy ifer4.:
Stevens and Long have on hand a large
stock of Clover and- Timothy Seed selected .
from the best new crops and warranted trite',
to name. 'They have . also a full Stook of Gar.;
den Seeds in "Bulk" and in packages, select
ed from the ctop WASS]. Together with an
assortment alWays complete of - all goods in
their'"line," all of which are offered tho,
lowest. market prices and :Warranted to giro
tatisfatttion. . Mr 234E:4
Sie • READ TlllB. Having purchased
the Steam Saw" 'till of J. G. Saxton . , located
in New Albany Borough on the Sullivan and
State Lino Railroad; I am prepared to rumba,
lumber of evdry- descriptiun on short notice.
Bill stuff a specialty. Bates reasonable. Or
ders solicited. r-
I am also proprietor of the New Albany lin
tel, where all persons desiring secommoda
lions can find.them at reasonable rates. Good
stabling. ; J. W. Wit,cox.
New Albany; Jan. 30. 1882.-Gin
TILE 1 4 10101.. LY srALLiroA
-"rf • •
Will make the season of 1882, atfilis owners
Stable in Milan, Bradford Co., Pa.
' Timm9-81510 insure mare with foal; insnr-`
ance money Ichie.April Ist, 1883.
At a test of the qualities t:f heavy li?rses
made in N. Y., City, iu ;Aug. 1881, the sai.i
test by requet of the western breeleri be
foie the following named committee, the
Norman French horse far excelled the Clydes
dale or any other large horse, on act of feet,
action; endurance, ease of keeping,
and bring in the marked from $5O to $lOO
more than the Clyde. Fasthers were advised
to breed nothing but Normans. "Signed by e "
X. H. Dahlman, A. M. Stien, N. Y. City; H.
Newman, 8, Richards, Brooklyn, N. Y; F. J.
Berry, J. D. Decker,- H. Newgass; Jas. Lamb,
Chicago, 111. •
"Gambettal is a dapple gray eight years
old, 16 hands high and weighs 1450 lbs., with
fine style and action. His colts are in good
demand at big prices. Ile is owned by .
Fancy goods of many kinds for sale at
reasonable prices at Cross'store: 31r2.
—.tio• oliarge fur delivering, and done
promptly from C, M. Myer's market, Bridge
street.. I May 19-tf
Buy your STATIONARY at Cross' Store, in
room formerly occupied by Post Office.
STEAM" THRESHER-TEN HORSE,
This steam, power mounted on wheels is
portable and. may be easily hauled with a
team to any desired point.- It is adapted to
the propulsion of TatiEsUING MAoutsEs,
wood sawing, feed cutters, portable - !saw
mills, or any other light . michinery. *ltli4 of
simple construction. durable and easily
managed. Manufactured by Charles Perrigo
k. Co., Groton, Tompkins County, N. Y.
C. W. FIOLCO3III,
Ulster, Pa., July, 21-w
' The 'White is the stillest and easiest run
ning Sewing Maebale in the world. M. C.
WELIS, Sole Agent, Towanda, Pa.-314.3m*
, —Go to C. M. IllyeT's market, Bridge street,
or the beet cuts of fresh meat. May lO—tf
In the first symptoms of this disease when
you are aching and baring painful sensations
in the limbs upon rising from -bed tu the
morning, a , stiffuess in the joints accompa
nied at thuds by, swelling and redness, all
physicians recommend the application of an
external remedy, - something penetrating and
soothing; au article that will act as a cura
tive agent to the parts affected. Dr: Bosan
ko's Rheumatic Cure gives instant relief up
on the first application. 11 lame back, paths
or strains it is an invaluatia household reme
dy. Ask your druggist for it. Price 75 cents.
Manufactured by- The Bosinko Medicine
Company, Piqua, 0. For sale by Clark B.
Porter, S. End Ward House Block.
,- Lily, WALL PAPERS at Cross' Store
Finesfdisigns at most reasonable prices.
ISSOLUTION. —The co-partuerabi p
- be? to fore existing between Madill A:
ney, Attorneys.st-Lraw, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All debts due said arm meat
be settled at once. 11. J. MADILL. .
0. D. KINNEY.
Towanda, April2l, 1852-3 w
• TROY, PA. -
We keep on band constantly for builders;
LIME, HAIR, BRICK, LATH, .
. SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS,
BLINDS, SHEETING PAPER,
PALNTS, OHS,, VARNISHES, '
WAGON trillut's strPPLIEO
Hubbs, Thins, Poles
lien a fdil lino ofShelf and Heavy ifardware, and
a Inn lino of
Carriages, Platform and Lumber Wagons;
Made by na WI thildlled workmen, and warranted.
in every particiabir. .
• BEARDSLEY &•SPALDIN(I, .
• ' f Hardware Dealers.
Troy, April 27-ly • .
ca the nasal
MI of Catarit.-
is tLe mem
. heals the
ante .of taste
cod by s few
gb . treatment
„toiled for colds in
- the head. Agreeable
.Aie little linger into the nos , .
trill; On receipt of 50c. will hull a package.
Sold by IL C. Porter it. Son; Drnggista; Tolman,
• KLYB' CREAM BALM co., Owego, N. Y
D. JOHN CORE'S
; . FOR. MAN AND BEAST.. •
Fon Ussarsn—Dr. John Cori's Liniment of
Oils, price ISO cents a bottle; Healing Vegetable
Gum and Oil Salaam, 50 cents a bottle; Vegetable
Healing Salve and Sticking Plaster, 12)1 cents a
roll: Speedy Relief or Pain Remedy, price 40 eta.
Fon ASElLAto—Morses t e little, Sheep, Swine.. also
Poultry. Dr. John Cores Veterinary Oil 14ninsent
Each bottle contains one-half pint. Price one
dollar a bottle. Prepared by John Corr Doctor
of Pharmacy, Tovanu.
Dr. Corr will attend to o* take alone of Pa
tients, especially chronic cues, when requested
to do so. Vegetable remedies only haed . Etbl63m
LETTER HEADS„ BILL HEADS,
NOTE MUDS, to printed In the heat atria
of the art at the Revamp= office,
Will make the lipasOdur 1832. at the tam
of tbo anbacrlber one mile tweet of tbe village
or East amithSehl.
116th Sire and Dam imported, bred by Wm.
Crozier. Northport. long bland. As wa give
breeders name and address we - can suture.
patrons that we are not offering the services
of a grade horse. Tzzia:—sls.
E.A . ST altilliPTELD,
Estate of William Bunyan;decesaed, Lite of the'
township of Granville, Bredford county, Pa,
.Letters of administration haring been issued _
nut of the Orphan's Court of Bradford county to
the undersigned upon 'the' estate of the above;
named decedent, notten is therefor* hereby
siren that all periling indebted, to the estate*
Strove named must mate immediate PsTintifit. -
and all persons having chit against the same
must present them duly enUcated for set
tlement to me.
CEO. L. BUNYA.N,
", - ,'April 19. 1852-6w* Administrators.
GPO*. L. ROSS
Now occupies the Coiner Store .oppefeite Dr. E.
C. Porter's Drug Store. Main Sleet!,
with* large stock of
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
Mr. Boss hasrAlionurs Stoat ox EAMON 1321121.2
J. L. - Schoonover is clerk. The two stores are
connected by Telephone. Mr. Roes cap now feel'
"alleged that ho can giie the
BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY
ma experience enables him to stelae& the best
goods, which he is-boned to soil at a LOW PRICE. -
Yon an always get a bargain if you
BUY YOUR GROCERIES AT ROSS'S.
All goods delivered in the 'Borough FREE. -
FARMERS will do well to call with their Produce
and gel the emit: 20apr82-ly.
" BETTER' TO LEAD
A . GOOD MAXIM, . BUT NOT
S. EpursTiyir, .
From his old stand. (No, 2, Patton's
Block,) to his NEW - LOCATION in the
larpo and coramodins stole, -No. 123,
Main Street, formerly occupied by i X.
E.,SoHomer' & San, (cue door north
of Fetch & Cu.,) where he is now open
with a full and Complete Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
GENT'S. FURNISHING GOODS,
UMBRELLAS, CANES, &C.
B 0 Y'S YOUTH'S and
CHILDREN'S fall and complete -
suits of all grades and pric6.
While he aims to lead the trade, be
asks old ,friends and everybody else
to follow him to his new location, where
he will fit them out in the highest style
of urt at the lowest
AII..DYE . 6i . CO
FALL AND WINTER
ATTENTION IS INVITED.. to cur
first-class - •
'They are too well known to rrquiro
BURNERS, the best of their class in
•the market; and well . adapted for sap-
plyiuu a demand for an efficient but in-
expensive beating stove.
I ,4 ' s
A. D. DYEW CO.
WOod Cook Stoves .
CIL YDBRPALE TAL.
W. A. WOOD,
;It is bette'i - to follow
The old and Reliable Dealer in
HATS AND CAPS,
Towanda, Pa., April 6,- lEa.
We also haven line of CHEAP BASE
-4-WOOD HEATING STOVES § in
Sold in Towanda and Vicinity by
A- LARGE STOCK -OF
AND A OMTEILLT. STOCK OP
Towanda, Oot. 31.1, 1881.