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TB URSP AY. OCTOAEB;12;1882
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—L. A. Wooster is our general :agent,
iolicitor, and collect - or.
\on• - slux~t degr
Aar street is being neatly graded.
Onlvten weeks until "Merry, Clurir4i;ili"
Towanda is remarkably healthy. jusi at
The M. Church, at New Albany is
underg , ,ing repairs.
This month has five Sundays, five Mon
days and five Tuesdays:,
Your home paper is worth foint times as
inu ch : to-voti. as a foreign paper.-
Ingham Post, G. A. R., of Canton, is
ritOilly increasing in membership.
'flie young men of ILeßayiwille have
buirtel a gymnasium in that village.
Don't chaligo your residence between_ now
and election/if you want to cast a 'vote.
Tidd served-up soup on Saturday even
ing from a turtlethat weighed 125 pounds.
Frank Hammond, the popular post nuts
ter at Wellsburg, has tendered his resig-
The dedication of the new Odd rellow's
Ball at 'troy, will take place to-morrow,
Tlie-la4iss-of the Presbyterian church,
-Itliens..ivill hold a_ harvest festival about
tl u 25tli
Polities ai•e booming and candidates for
,flick• arc hemming more sociable and polite
1i.t... - tf`theleaves out .of ybur gutters on
tlp. l house, roofs now, ior you will have
trouble aftdr awhile.
f 7 t`t)ur'Buniugli authorities have decided to
purcliae ii fire alnico" bell. Chief Coot=
lisu , ll will 'svlect it. •
Mrs. Maria . Hackett has received a badi•
pcnsion of $1340 on account. 'of her eon
who died in the army.
The Sullivan county Fair atDeshore, last
week. was a decided success. So those say
%ho attended it.
Four•weeks more and then weshall know
who is to be , Governor of Pennsylvania for
tiu• next fciur years
• •I•Ir bet you r five dollars ho'la our
G.vernor," is an expression that you hear
quite frequently now.
The mayor and city Council of Williams
port hare been indicated for failing - toleep
the treets in proper condition."
The. Troy Gazette has been removed.from
it, 4nter location to more commodious and
I,ett.er arranged quarters.
: A recent donation to Rev. P. M. Jora
lelion, at East Tray, amounted to about
newly 1111 -- lof which was in money;
Principal Albert and the scholars in the
tie9!on• class, were over the river Satur
day 'studying the rock strata of the old
NlrsAl‘lilLson, and children, will give a
concert - lib the Presbyterian, church, this
Wv(lnesday, evening. Proceeds for the
'benefit of the eitUrCiel
An additional thousand dollars of the
purclia.se money for the Fair grounds, was
laid by the Board of Directors of the Agri
cultural Society_ on SatuFday.
An application for a pension . was actually
ina‘l( ill West Chester on acci'mnt of loss
of hair. Lots of fellows in Wayerly ought
!.e able. to get in a claim on that ground.
The CentreVallty boys and the Winonas,
are i 4,1 cross' . bats—so to .' speak—on the
klrotinas in East Towanda, next Monday.
1 t n iIL be a good game of ball, no doubt.
Point-jace stockings are the latest craze:
An exchange says their popularity is due to
fa2l that being pretty much all boles in
the first place they never require mending..
The College boys defeated the Graded
Sell(301 boys hi a game:Orball on Saturday
morping last. Store 21 to b. No button
hie bouquets for the G. S., boys last Mon-
The LeßaysvilltiAtirertiser says that Mr: -
It. J. Arm Strong of that village s has . * iCat
‘‘hich hunts for heavy gam!. She isOftini
seen bringing home gray sitittirreis and ratr
In consequence of the absence of Dr.
.st,w;gt, no services were held at the Pres
.'::ii,yterian church on Sunday last, and none
will be held there for the ensuing two Sab
The Hanover Speitater with ita issue of
last week' closed its 38th volume. It is one
of the best papers in the State, and is en
titled 4 all of the Prosperity that it now
enjoys. ' .
The following named persons, have been
elected officers of Canton Circle; C. L. S. C.,
for the ensuing year: "Mrs. NaltasLeti
.vitt,Prest.,,Mis. M. C. Preston, Treas., A.
W. Cook, Sec.
A number of the brick makers at Athem
indulged in a `'free for all" scrimmage a
foie !lays ago, and several of them are now
under hail for au appearance at December
The house of Darwin Spalding, in Canton,
came very near being destroyed by fire one
day last week, The flames caught from a
defective•flue, but were discovered and put
out before they had done much damage.
l) . eWitt & Ballard, of TrOy, will remove
their stock of goods this week from Canton
street, to the new *stem in Oliver's block
next the Troy Houk., heretofore occupied
as a furniture store.
O. Frost's Sons, have received flatter-
ing ()tiers from Dioadevillo, 00177 and
several other places, to locate their furni
ture factory in thole places. We sincerely
they will decide to remain here. ,
Baptist Sunday School COUVO11.; •
1% be held at Alba, Tuesday and Wednes•
dad•. Oct. 24th and 25th. Rev. C. W. Ray,
of Philadelphia, will be present as conduc
tor. The occasion will be one of great in
There is n report.carrent 'that the build
ing,,Put up by the Southern Central Bail
rio.i Company for car shops at Owego, but
unl' by Them, have been taken, by a
rump:toy from Paulson, through the efforts
of lion. Thomas C. Platt, President of the
company, and that the buildings, will be
used for a silk manufactory.
Sam Williams, the painter, who his just
returned frond Warren, says, John Courier
of that place.iri,liseti forty bushels of the
White Elepluiri6iotato from a %WU. bushel
of seed- Six of rte number was left
- L'• C...operf store, and one of which weigh
ed threel pounds and eleven ounces.
Twenty-sii of these potatoes make a heap•
hag bushel.---Leßaysrilte Advertiorr.l
Walton, of th e Athens gazette, says' tha
has abandoned the' ootery laohlear;-= :That
lbs. Winton Isiateken it oil his hands, and
that the awl) now Ws Lie: Hinton
displaying 'mood deal of "horse lease at
present. - i =
George (:amp of Green's Laslingi
Look to the. N. Y. &ate Fair, at Utkts,,
builds of choice whew rye, barley , and
O also two sings of seed corn, =and
took the first murk= in everything, sin
$7O. ;He aim sent to the Ooinsty Fair, •at
Towanda, ten samples of grain fir ' earrn.
petition, took eight4irst, and two second
prembnee.-4thens 'tknetti. •-•
Sir an Athens ecivespundent: "John.
Carnal has sold the whole of his' block on
west side of **street ;The two north
stores were acid to Gvanv Eresidwaelt, and
the !remainder to Wolcott and Gold, flOw
it is extected that . mai 'win up the
long talked of opera house; and not With
out some reason, too, since everyone knows
he has been One of thee, and makers
of this part of Athens:" '
We learn from the Athens'4We/fel that .
on Tumidity evening, Oct. 3, at thit resi
dence of D. O. Pierce, at East Smithfield
a donation party wasibekt, for the benefit
of Bay. Mr. Tilden, pastor of , the Baptist
church of that place. The evening was
fine, and the people of Glen Valley,- after .
enjoying a very plesaut time, presented the .
Elder with M. 60 in cash, for which they ,
were very warmly thanked.
We understand its the purse
L V.. R. a Co:, to ;build it 'raniad up
Bowman's Cre . sk for themisols-- of , mov
ing the lumber hem thatimirkM, and that
surveyors have recently been over the route
preparatory to commencing operations. -
Large tracts of timber land have recently
been purchased by parties from below, and
it is for their accommodation thatthi, new
road is to be constructed.—iletaton Rms.
Says the Athens Gazette: "Woritimi
have been engaged setting-the poles just
beyond Sayre for the new4ostal4elegraph
line; during the Past, we -2•-.21e
. line runs
from Boston M Chicago. it is be of low
rate line. A man was arrested near Nich
ols, on Thursday, for cutting down- one of
the.poles., Some of our people are talking
in favor of making a connection from this
place, which certainly ought to be done."
All comets hitherto seen by this gezern
don are as celestial spectacles insignil:Tant
by cotnparison , with our present visit?r.
An ordinary comet is, in fact, rather like
the little luminous line that a match ribbed
on the wall in a darkened room leaves Ite
laildit than like the display of a planet
driven to magnificent ruin, but the comet
that all can see•half-nn hour „before sunrise
fills all that one can iniagine of the splendor
of such a spectacle. •
Übiters are to be again fashionable this
winter. This will give the young . Mali of
m4derate means a chance to escape the in
sinuations of a jealtita publiC. With an
ulster a young man who has not a *hole
pair of pants can cut off the lower legs
an old pair, fasten them around his knees
with a garter and make .a presentable tp
peanince on the street. No coat or vest,
and indeed no shirt needed with, the
multitudinous-scarcity covering ulster. I
It is the early bird that catches the comet.
But to see so magnificent an exhibition the
loss . of sleep would be cheap purchase.
Several most respected citizens-lus4told - tut
the beauty of the display between four and
five o'clock in the morning, so that there is
evidence that its-charms are not entirely
wasted; but as a rule, the people who are
astir at that hour are either too tired, too
buisy. or too indifferent to devote much time
to star gazing. , °
A full-page portrait of Henry James, , jr.,
engraved by Cole, is to be oie of many
special features in the November Century.
It is to accompany a critique on Mr. James's
novels, by his friend, former' editor, and,
for.the nonce, Mr. W. D. Howells. The
numerous readers of "Daisy Miller"' and
"The Portrait of a Lady" will have hardly
less curiosity to see /dreff.fiunes's face than
to know what view of his fiction Mr. How
ells f vill take..
Siiys the Wyaluiiing correspondent of the
Adeertiser: "We are all on toe-tips over
the prospect of a railroad from Binghamton.
Several officials passed through, this place
lastillireek en route for Dushore. They ex
pressed, themselves well pleased with the
Country, the warm reception given the en
terprise, und,the feasibility of the route. It
is reported that a,surveY will soon be made,
after which active work on the line will
The peculiar action on the kidneys and
urinary organs of asparagus is frequently
noticed during the season. Prof. Benson
recently proved in the case of the , Emperor
William and others that in combination
with malt pad. quinine it is an atrolute
specific for diseases of the liver, kidneys
and urinary organs. .His method has been
adopted by the Halt Bitters Company, and
this great Gernian food is now composed of
malt, Hops, quinine bark find asparagus.—
Of all the humorous sketches written by
Frank It Stockton, the drollest is said to
be "The Lady, or the Tiger 1" in the Nov
ember Century. It gives an account of an
ancient king, Who, had an arena in which
offenders decided their gat or innocence,
for themselves by opening one of two doors,
behind which were tamed, yespectively, a
tiger and a bride. The king's daughter,
her plebeian lover,L 'and her rival, are dui
characters, and the point of the story, lik‘
that of all good humor, lies at the end.
L. M. Hall, Fag., of Towanda, made a
bold arraigninent of the Democratic party
in his speech at the Court House last Thurs
day evening, which evidently did not please
the liontrcse Dernocrcit. But the only Ire
ply that . it'ventures to make to his cutting
arguments, is that he was a "very windy
youth," and that he "jerked his head from
Side to side in a way that was Painful , to
witness." We have no doubt it was pain
ful to said witness, in more ways than i one.
—Montrosei Republican. • •
!People who, for any-reasone are not able
to go to Venice, are warned not, to read the
paper . that fascinating city, by Mr.
.Henry James, Jr., in •the November Cen
tury . At the start. Mr. James professes
himself a lover of Venice, and, from the
Century announcements, we judge that the
justifies the profession. It is said to
be written in the author's most delightful
and popular vein. Toward the last it takes
on a poetic glow, in keeping with the Won
derful Venetian light he describes.
The season of the "seta and yellow leaf"
is upon us,. the fall is here, and the long
evenings are- at hand; street-corner and
store-box loafers are relinquiaking their
quarters and looking out for anumei places,
and the man 'who can spin out the longest,
"ynrn" will be the hernof the evening;
young ladies and their beaux r ain sit, beside
a genial fkel in , their parlors (the young
ladies' parknis—the young • men own none)
and whispee undyinglove to each other;
store clerks "nib their hands in glee and
calculate that in another month the eight
o'clock olosiMe time be here; and the
young gentleman who, looks after the mail
at the poetroifice also rejoices that he will
soon have another hour in the evening to
the ladies, who are always happy_7rhen he's
about. ' ,
Abu Darr, wwidiscidleat,..tour
=Mir Mob, In teww, was
OASIS cutby &butcher buife, - Wo Haioraay
bet. Dr. Peen is,atisiding.tbe
Laetbutt And as we wits cm Tuesday, yet
hhe. - Bara. dahnsha - know heath*
. of the mitten It h Oppiiiil;thet the did
It whale Merin =leis heatproof Aiwa=
Non of mind: She TOddes with berkusbiuid
ind has • bunny. Soleabaut -60 piths
a :-off Record. - • ,
Them are yet quite itiumber of . prams
in Ckover and vicinity that amandbeed to
their beds by the, epidemic, that has
been Prevailing, (vii.)Aysentegy or bloody
eim, and yettiot many gybes emnpared
with, the number that 4ve Imet'siek.
thither has them been many deathsvhen
ecompckeid with number of sick. The most
of the deaths Isere beezi among the . an
them There hai been a few eases of dip
theria, three having proven fetal There
are roue at the premed time. Also a few
eases of typhcdd fever, two proving fata l, none at present. 1
The followhig _recipe ferelihes, toques
iionably, the most elegant and efficient
remedy for ceughs, colds, litoncliti4 horse
nem, 'etc., that ihas ever, been made in
troche form. Take of best quality, pnvder
ed cubebs, licorice and gum arabic, each,
One ounce. To these add, of oil anise, one
dram; and of ail cubebs, *Of a drain; rub
bing them Well through the other ingra•
&nits. No ad lb Powdered agar and
ink the whole thoroughly; after which
moisten with just barely enough warm
lingerie make a Tarred!! num. Dug a.
anootli board with a little powdered lica - rice
root "Wig the pig may be rtffied out with
a raping Oil aka ems batalea the aim as
lee atilt, end about as thick as 'a'-silver
half dollar; then cut into inall troches
about ift of an inch square, dug with a little
more licorice root, and leave Went to dry.
If you have not used too much water they
should be hard in from ft hours.
Every 'honest refecwng mind knows that
the local newspaper iidds much to the gen
end wealth and prosperity of the place, as
well as increases the reputation of the town
abroad. It benefits all who have business
in the place, enhances the value of pro
perty, besides being a public convenience,
Its columns are not filled with brilliant edi•
still it benefits yon in every way.
It increases trade, it cautioni against im
position, it . saves you from loss,- it warns
you of danger, it points out different advan
tages and increases your prods. Now, if
you want such a paper, you must support it
by advertising your business in ; it - and giv
ing - it your job printing pationige; assist in
increasing its circulption by getting your
neighbors to subrcribe with yon for it. If
you want such a paper, you must not con
sider it an act of charity to support it, but
as a means to increase
,your own wealth as
well . as'that'of the plies in which you live;
therefore, support it by- advertising and
subscribing and paying for it. \ '
The Annual. Parade of our Fire Depart
ment took place on Fridiy afternoon last,
and although the number Of men in line was
considerably *idler than on several pre
vious bke occasions, yet the column pre
sented a very fbm appearance, and elicited
the' meet faVorable comment along the
whole line of march. '."
The line formed on Park street, ;eating
.. unlifain, shortly before 3 o'clock, and May
aid in die,following order: _ ••.
. mie police. •
Department officers. =.
Ger Mania band.
Franklin steamer fire engineccwany num
.. Franklin Steamer. - -- •<' 4l —
engine company number tvro. L
Naiad engine. -
Mantua s book and ladder company number
IThe line of march was made up Main street
to Locust avenue, out Locust avenue to
York avenue, down York avenue - to Hous
ton street, up Houston to Third down Third
to Chestnut, out Chestnut to Fourth, down
Fourth to Lomkard, doWn LoMbard to
Second, down Second to Grant, down
Grant to Main, up Main to State street,
and countermarch to the park, where the
companies were reviewed by the council
and department -officers. .A large number
of people were on the streets to witness the
parade. Quite a number of business places
and Private dwellings'were decorated with
flags, etc., along the line of march, and the
fire laddies were the recipients of many
handsome floral offerings from the hands of
fair maid 'and maidens as '' the column
moved along the route. s The,Naiads seem:
ed to lr the favorites in 'thisrespect,_ and
were the recipients of several very fine and
beautiful floral tokens, noticcable among
which,t, was a :very handsome bisse-ehoe,
presented by Miss Frankie Woodruff, with
a card '.bearing the following message:
"May you have the Good .p.cck to always
b e first at the Handamely arranged
hasketil,o! powers were- also 'presented to
the stuxiCcompany byldrisp Annie Price and
iflisse‘Dora Passage and Annie Hale.. All ,
of the apparatus was in excellent condition.
Franklin steamer looked as bright as a new
dollar, and brighter, showingthat,tiogineer
T...ang has lost none of his pride in hij pet.
The Naiad carriage was surmounted by a
canopy beneath which sat Master Johnny
Pierce in the full Naiad' : uniform. The
Mratut truck was handsoniely burnished and
tranmed, and beneatki canopy surmoun‘
ing the ladders, sat a beautiful. little Miss,
who attracted much notice, and was the
recipient of many floral offerings. At the
conclusion 'of the . ..Parade the - Germania
band favored our citizens with several fine
selectiens front the stand in the Park.
Writes a correspondent wider date of
October -7th: "Some time ago a little child
of Oeorge Fredericks, of Litchfield, was
bitten by a dog. Instead of at once cauter
izing the wound, little attention was paid to
it. A few days ago the, child manifested
unmistakable •ymptorns of hydrophobia ; or
at least so it is pronounced by Dr. Levi Morse.
Fears are entertained that' it may prove
In-reference, to the above, we find the
following statement from Dr. Morse in the
Elmira Adver6s' er - Your corres
pondent at Athens quotes me as authority'
that there is kcase of hydrophobia in Litch
field. No assertion or
,intiniatiorc of mine
bears out such& statement. Dr. Towner,
of Athens, interferal in the case, and with
Hilton, of Waverly, pronounced it a case
of hydrophobia. The , case is convalescent,
which proves that the doctors were a little
previous in their diagnosis. The case was
of a nervous origin, and I maintained from
the first thatit was not hyrophobia, and it
wsa,not. ' L. Mom, U.. D.
Aissis} Pte., Oct. 9th, 1882.
Says the South L4tch field correspondent
of the Athens Gazette: "As Lute Dutton
was coming home from Towanda he either
slipped or slid oat of thawagon; his horses
became frightened and ran away. They
soon overtook a Yr. Spalding and wife,
who were some distance ahead ontheir way
home from the Fair, the tongue of Dutton's
wagon striking Spaulding carriage seat and
badly danoliridOg it. MIL Spaulding was
quite severely injured in the tide and arm.
It is almost a miracle that no further dam
age was done." =
Aline number of our citizens enjoyed
the open air Concert given by the Bend in
the Park, on Friday mining last.
The Weer r4 4 ll are again ID °Pm"
A 1010 pawl btu We be . ptagni. Ni
'ire or* Big, tilt church at New Albany.
...' .r There*numb talk' hi and *Ott 1 1 1*$: . 10
'of 4 *****44 / Y 21 4, 4 1 T101 , #!: 9*
pag* 'lO Athens: ::
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: , '-.llr. Nnset,:af , WYstizi — nisediSkil
thilolea.°Wthat `=Wand : 12.10i4 i , ands-16
',fat 41 . iiii-aisight, awl-biiire.tiiiciani Ot corn
on silk. ;::..- - r .. - : ::-- :-;,:-: '.: 'l- - -..,;,...•::::.?%,, .•.:. ',,::_ - .
`fiesietipmispob:will tea no - era*. ; by the
ir,boolboardrf Ekeptb. Wave* ,unta Nov
an* ItC.for the'erectioz' of a siciKal !lowa
that 044 - • - •
Whim Batten; an engine wiperatElayre
bad biatight hand quite badly ernihed last
T4Unfillir while sambaing in turning an en
gitieUn the tortitabla.
In consomme of-the' absence Of the pour
tor, there will not be preachhut at the Bap
tist idutrch on next Sunday nor. the Sunday
following. Sunday school as usual.
The Sim* Teachein' Institute at Alba,
.ell be beg Nov. 18 to 18 instead of Nov.
to 11 is preSionsly advertised.
G. W. RYAN, County . Supt.
A Sociable for the benefit of the Church,
will be held at Lbg house of Mrs. L. S.
Kingsbury, Sheshequin, on Friday evening;
Oct: 28,1882. Gkood
.music in attendance.
BM $1.50. • _
- I •
We 'learn from the Du pore Record that
Mr. Charles Thonitmm, of.. Terrytown.
Traf.'ned his ankle quite severely while cit.
tinekgs week before list and is now com
pelled to go on crutches. •_
The following named "gentlemen haie
been eleeted.offmeri of the Troy. Rifle Club,
for tbe ensuing six months: ?resideht--
Jno. E. Dobbins; Vice President—A.
Fanning; Serietary and Treasurer----Ge(i.
D. Leonard; Captain—G. W. Gregory.
A project is on foot for the establishment ,
of a street car line between this plamutad'
Athens via.. Sayre. Men with ample means
have the matter in hand and are fastper
fecting the arrangements and although we
are not new it Marty to give particnitire,
we have reason to believe thit the line will
be . opener before snow.-
Mrs. John Barr, who resides about four
miles from Nichols Corners, in that town;
attempted to commit suicide on Saturday
morning lasi; says the Owego Times; while
suffering froni`a form of insanity, brought
on by, religious .excitement. She took 4
large butcher-knife and cut a large gash in
her throat, severing her Windpipe. She is
still living, but little hopes are entertained
of her final recovery.
The porter in a Towanda Hotel carried a
piano up stairs by mistake, the other night
thinking it was the trunk-Of an Elmira.
drummer. Waverly Tribune. Wong
again.: The porter was sent to bring up an
overshoe belonging to a young lady from
Waverly who was a guest at the hotel, and
bad cari4udy left the shoe in the hall to
the great inconvenience of the guests of th
house, who were.COmpelled to go around it
in order to gain an entrance to the buildingl
The Canton house, at Canton, Pa., a .
tested to its utmost capacity druilig the #.. :
week, owing to the many visitors at tit
fair held in that village. Notwithstanding
the great crowds seeking accommodations',
each and every one received the best of
care and attention ftom the gentlemanly
and popular landlord, Mr. Peck. The hotel
is'excellently appointed in every particular,
and is to be recommended to all who have
occasion to Pass any length 9f time at thitt
thriving little town.—Elniim Advert*.
.. The children's Concert, held at the Prei
b tinian church on Tuesday evening Oct.
1 , was conducted by Mrs. 0.- A. Baldwin ] ,
the efficient Stiperintendent of the Sunday
School, connected with the Presbyterian
church. The proceeds are to be used to
repaint and refurnish the room occupied
by the infant classes. Nearly the entire
entertainment was given by Oita° dots 4
children and consisted of singing; recite:-
tips, dialogues etc. The performance wis
highly °creditable,' to the little ones and-, to
the patient, loving labors of Mrs. paldWin.
A large and well pleased audience rewarded
their efforts and we hope the proceeds were
amply eufricient for the desired purpose.
List of letters remaining in the Post Of
fice for the week ending Oct. 5, 1882: -
Benjamin, Cora Pratt, Mrs 4 A •
Brown, Lydia A Parsons, Mrs E
Coleman, Wm Pierce, Jellie
Chamberlin, E H Peck, Sarah W
Dorsey, Hen Ray, Metals.. '
Irvine, F Dry
Jenkins, J M Schlosser, Henry
Kelly, Eliza Stern. Henry & Co,
Kennedy, Annie •T Sigman, W
Lane, W E , Vaughan, 0 H •
Moose, Emma F Vandersuark, S •
Morrison, Katie Webster, Maio
, Walborn', Edwin.
Persons calling for any of the above will
please say !`Advertised," giving date of list.
P. Powzu.,- P. M.
Rev. C. M. Wright preached his farewell
sermon at the M. E. Church on Sunday
morning last.' As he has beat the well be
loved and faithful pastor of that church frit
three years—the limit of time for itinerants
of the Methodist denoinination—tie pleas
ant' relations of pastor and people must
necessarily be severed. The conference of
which he is a member f met at Ithaca,' N.
Y., on Wednesday of this week:The
floral decorations about the pulpit were
very beautiful and a fitting testimonial of
the affectionate esteem with .which Mr.
Wright is regarded .by his flocie.. Mt ser
mon was founded on the vecy.'-appropriate
text: "Finally, brethren; whatsoever
things are true, whatsoever things are
honest, whatsoever things are` just,. what•
griever things areLpure, whatsoever things
are lovely, whatsoever things are of good
report; if there be any virtue and if there
be any praise, think ad these things."
Phil. 4-8. Mr. Wright gave some very in
teresting statistics in connection with his
pastorate. In the three years of his connec
tion with this chargo he has made over
eleven-hundred pollinate calls, preached
one hundred and nine - funeral '.sermons,
married ninety-two couples and received .
into the Church one hundred and six mem
bers. He rejoiced greatly over the fact
that he left a memliership that damonstrat
ed tnthe world him good awl how ideatiant
a thing it is fdr brethren to dwll - together
in unity. His worded fareirell were
gnent with =effected feeling arida is with
. genuine regret that the members of - other
onteregaticins, as • well as his! (1 7, 4!‘ part
from him and.estimable wife.' The sweet
resignation and_christian fortitude of the
latter under protracted ill health, has won
for her the tenderest syripathy and affec
tion of, wide circle of friends.
C. L.B. 47.
The members of the Chautauqua Lit
erary and Scientific Circle, and all ;rho
desire to become members, are requested
to meet at Frank Voughtla—ayer Decker
& gloomy store, Main - street-'-on
Friday evening at '7 o'clock, for the nor-
pose of ceginiseng and electing officers for
the ensuing year. •
All who wish to lemn somethin g of ;the
aims of the C. L. S. C. are - medially limited
to attend. -
Caro-worri persons, strident., tweak and
over-worked mothers find in. Brown's
Iron Bitters s complete tonic, which gives
strength sad tone to the whole sistent.
• t Arasscur4u6,
11. W. ilueltio viiitfne Oh* in
"liasetsil" T. 4:
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i ?Mt* 2010111 W - '
nib)* Mild 1001,1014 116w r '
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O. F. Qom ban rotomod buns
tiiitto`ttilod•iis .: . 4 - P
-1611. aeii• I.l6lnro b. re tsld
vitit to relative in Catawba.
—C. 11.1COelor, of the Gomel Room;
took inour Noma&
-4olin Hayes, at Tny i boo aosepind
initial Jill 13.-parten'a Drag Siam
MIME* 6t Vointak is 'Ming
her dauesiis, Mrs.:Enes„,..in *cc
E. Wail* o f 17 41 0hiert: hes
&lie on a visit to yfriends li t liTubingtost,
Mich t ir
Fria Hunt, ; `j Went
accompanied by iiii`sins, has gone tollasy
land to visit friss*. - - .
—Mrs. L. M. Aiming ritanmed Saturday
from • pleasant visit' to *Melds in •Nesr
Brinuswiek, N; J. if !
—Mr. and lks. W. A. ‘ChaMberibs haVe
turned frau Visst - their' sMiei MC'
re a to ,
Dr. Eyre, hilL'hneland.
mem*wlD atte44 the
meeting of the State BaiOist , Assoolation it
Titinville, next week. ' I a•
—Mu Ira C. AIM* I son and ,two
daughters sir, visiting hirr intents; Dr. C.
G. Jennings, of Via, Pa..
--4)rvall Ellsweith; mid wife,etLiitais
wile, returned !some LA week from an #.
traded visit to friends in tbe West.
Charley Fox, who visit westat pc li t ik a p
month ago, has seeiuted illucrative •
intie officet of the flt. 'Louis Raihvalfl :- ''
laiin€ l llloooo l + . -.' F_ ~
..rtgelinsui Weiss, Mar of lielicii
Atruins, received a severe fall Wednesday
' • and - unfit forduti '
evening, is now ' , ..t.
Iriirerly Frfre Press. .....
• —Mn. Ida L. W. Fairchild and baby;#
Towanda, ere visiting Mn. Fairchild's per
ents, Mr. Mid •Mrs. T. G. Walter, inl,hiS
place.Z—Tutskkeninock iitaadard. •
—Miss A. M. Hodgson, gives an eloeni
tionary entertainment at Orwell, Oct. 14.
One half of the proceeds will be given to
the Library Association of that place.
—PerrinlW. Pennepacker, and wife,
celebrated the twelfth annifemary of *Jr,
weddime day on Wednesday of last wo*,
by a dinner party at their residence
Third street: •
—Rev. M. L. CoOk. - hss accepted a call to
the pastorate of the Wysez l'resbyterlan
church. He is neon of :Rev. D. Cook, of
Merryall, and has for several year Past
been a missionary in Montana. He is said
to be a gifted'and *dogma yang divine;
—Mr. and Mrs. L. Wooster, of Leßoy,
move to town soon to make it their home.
Mr. Wooster, who will be - remembered as
the gentlemanly and efficient agent of the
Towanda Republican, goes "on thermal"
for the whip company with _which LL.
Sperry is a partner. Mrs.' *easter estab
lishes herself sus a dressmaker and milliner,
in the rooms Occupied as a . music store in
Oliver's block.—LTroy Gazette. ;
COUNCIL • PROCEEDINGS.
An adjourned meeting of the " TCIWIi
Council- was held Monday evening, Oct.
9th, 1882. All the members were walnut
except Councilman Walker.
On motion of Councilmanltahm, engineer
Myer_ was . authorized and directed to Iv
vey, and fix the lines for a street fifty feet
wide from Main street, to York Avenue] at
the foot of Cherry street, (said street to in
clude the alley opened by B. B. Thnsell,)
and aubmika plan or map of his survey to
the COMMA at their neat mega : sesslim,
with n view to the, adtiiiikon of an Ordinance
opening a street at tbaepoint.
Mt motion of Councilman &lam,- Per
mbnion was given to Wm. • Foyle, Iraq.; to
put" lown a covered stone culvert atong~ his
sidewalk on Third street. 1
Mr. Kellogg, of the /tlwell house, &dr
' ing to raise his side walk to the authorized
grade Councilman Spalding moved that the
grade be given to Mr. Kellogg and the wall
next to the street be laid from its present
heighth to the grade at the expense of the
borough. Adopted. " •
Mr. Walker was appointed on the new
lockujOniftnitteis in place of Mr.'itilihn g
excil*Tat his own reqUeSt.
The Treasure was directed - to pay 'in
debtedness amounting. to $53.12, when On
motion the council adjourned.
J. Muammar, Sec'y.
Death fll Mother MeDnatiev.
Died in Leßoy,. Bradford county, Pa.,
Sept. 9th, 1882, at , the residence of . her Son
H. W. McCraney, (after an illness of thee
diys,).Mrs. Nancy A. lifcCraney, aged
years, 7 months and 28 days. Mrs Mc-
Craney (whose maiden games Nancy
Allen) was born in Delaware county, in the
State of New York, and came to Peimeyl•
vania, with her husband &Unita Mccnitiey
and her four sons and three step sons and
two daughters, and settled in Leßoy in
Aug. 1843, where she and, a part of the
family have resided'ever since. Three; of
the family proceeded her to the other world.
Her Imaband died . Sept. 17th, 1854.'
most of the time since then she has liVed
with that son with whom she died. Yet
she &Ways found a webxne home with any
of her ! childrenand by theni will always be.
remettibered as a kind and affectkmatC.
mother, and there was due think in her life
and Chowter that we wish to mention for
we deem it a worthy example not only for
her children; and grandchildren, but for
all, to follow, and it is this, She neither
drank tea nor coffee sfor used snuff or to
bacco in any feint, yet in health she lived
to a good old age. Sister McCiXneY was a
member of the Presbyterian &Ur& from
early life until 1857 when she united,with
the church of Christ (Disciple) at Leßoy, and
was a devoted.winber until called by Him
who doeth all things well, tohid adieu, to;
friends below and the - church militant' and
gain friends and the 'Church trininphant in
the sweet heyond. S. A. Ftf
The many friends of Deacon James E 1
liott, comnuanorated the ninety-fifth anni
yellowy of his birth-day at Baptist chuich
in this place on Tuesday evening last. The
church was filled with cif:hams who entertain
the highest respect for this venerable
"father in Israel," having known him sU
their lives. The exercises consisted of
prayer singing, remarks : by Rev. C. T.
/1010.n11, pastor of the duirclN' and Eae.
Mr. Watreus, and a lecture by Deacon,' El.
liott on the "Human Mind." The lecture
showed Deacon Elliott to be in full possess
ion of his mental faculties, to A degree iNe
matitable for one of his advanced age. It
was highly entertaining.. At its close be
was warmly congratukted by many of the
older class of our citizens present. He was
presented with a suit of &ahem and a
Prohibition votes enough to elect the. Pr
o State 'ticket and members of Lnxis•
likture, to shut up the dramadm vs, to stop
making criminals and paves by law; to
save lives, Miation' , misery and labia of
money now worse thaw wasted. .4t, real is
sae,, home mid self-pmtection, the More
who demand it, the maw well go* it.
Votes sent by mail, endow stamp.
- 0. 3. Caussuar., Clem. Con.
Towanda, Pa. -
The Court House at Nontnne is to be en
larged by the be:Um of an IMMIX.
Plivt Both' ckiiik hildWbeen ,
dm* for foes' mobeCth,vob! Maks
etaholiftromPu l / 2 tell*gelled Thor,'
00* .74 01 :
_ r o• Oareit. _
Wink% N. MI Moolteit tut WWI!, ` sad
"The Rai of thine lionse4efli4 me
up?'The services eliminated the
pas dies. Yee Gowan,amistedhy
J L. Watam'ofForilaad, 'lter.'ig, Barton
/hook Of Troy, Rev Wm: bit** of
vie, :Rev.. 1. R. IL ivintem, of
wale Itazddin, Be,. C. F. M ife
!),Bev. s. P Gates, (Prcebyterimi)
(Epiecopidf, and Bra. a 11.
Harks (Distilds). The impmemente on
they church have been extensive and the
lad iWtwilifid• The
anditorkim - hos been ' , midge& myeation
feetAtiront including Valtaltdei aidtlll4l , o
bet in the east, =Mail she audAtwbun psx
ao the ammo' 12221, 'the Ming rooms
balk mid the WARMS 8112. A Baptistry
his been put in the pulpit gistfann 5:8,
NA% ft deep. The pews havebeen new
ly beilt, and arranged with three aisles, and
on an arigle. The stained glams windows
are the gilt of- individual mindieirs, sad
wog foridatied,. by . Presurici, Morse a co.,
ollEadra, N: Y. • The interior decorations
are by the UM firm. New pulpit lung
tare, new carpets, and paint (Maids and
in, las mode the home attractive to the
people, and a credit to the Baptist congre
gation. The cost of the improvements is
about $1,500. There are other improve
ment"' be made, the *aiding of bine
sheds tbs., which will be done at once, and
stein all; to be taken in it short time either
to build a parenag% or church parkas as
the cher& may think best. The building
conmilttee, E. 14. Manly W. V. Bacon,
ersifeasmi, G. IL Well, E. W. ocareu,
`e great - praise for their diligence and
faithfulness in tho work, and_ for 'the
prompt manner in which every obligation
has ber met. Vent, vidi, rici, ; might' be
the miter's motto. We congratulate both
Astor and church on their successi.—Ozn
Eli Holcomb; of Leßoy, is dangerously
Sick—has been confined •to Ids bed for a
week, was never sick for one day before.
Mrs. Adam Innes has had another pill
back during the past week, she is a great
Ides. Martin remains about the same, shit
it Tag weak and feeble.
*on pintail' who hid one of her limbs
broken 201130 time ago . is doing well.,
Elder G. L. Phoenix who has peen very
*sick for.same time has so far recovered as
to be'able'to be at the Center on Wednes-
day lasi,' his:lhrea at Mia.
'Wm. Vroman after , being around for
several days is down to his bed again, his
sons are all better, and now his only daugh
ter is quite sick with the fever. Truly his
is an afflicted family. - '
H. H. Taylor bad, some Shingles stolen
from e , his mill at Granville - Center, last
week Tuesday night and we - understand hs
is hi4cLon the tracks of the thief and we
hope he will get him and bring him to jus
tice: • i . ANON.
Oct. 9th 1882.
BOUTS - WARREN.
ED. Berusucss:—The crops in this Dec'
ton are nearly all taken care qt. ;
The main object of interest here is to get
a good at the Comet. Your correspon
dent geot', view on Smiday Morning, and
also saw ii great many other things in na
ture that it is wcith wiiile, to notice.
One place—if not in sight. wee "Jumbo"
the' TatitaysmilerAdvertiser, the class
news notices that hare passed between
himself and me are not at all creditable, not
from the stars he gave them. In his la st he
says '"small palr"l call it a free shake in
a "Dirt Cart." Then he says he - is not per
sonally acquainted. "Says he has heard of
The story in a nutshell is that VanGelder
hesitater& it upon him to mike it disagree
able to any one who did not yield "Patro-.
monial pap" in some siMpe. Now that old
veteran of the press, with vengeance on that
face.that seems to bear the scars of ,many
battles points that tang, lean, bony finger,
aid says take your well earned place on
the lower poles. No VenGelder the better
chicken takes his choice. o Turk(ey)ish
bath of that end for me. Weal comes his
memlinritation to come over and 'get sooth
ing syrup. No use for it.lc was not
brought up on a bottle. Eridtly Brim
stone MO whereyou will find congenial
assochrtions, and you might rue a death
rattle insurance, or specula* in corner lots.
Vandelder soak your hest in "blotting
poi"! *irs.ni G. • co.
DB.!R. V. Pntscz,illufftdo, N. Y.: Dear
Sir—l have advised many ladies to try
your "Favorite Prescription" and never see
it fail to do more than you advertise.
Totire truly, Mme. A. -M. Worm,
141 Bake Street, Indiirtapilis,
The Musical Society meets at. D. H. Tor
nor's to-day, Thursday.
'When I publicly testified that I had
been cured of a terrible skin huMoi by the
endears ReMedies, I did so that others
might be Cured, and do not regret the time
given to answering inquiries."—Ros.
max TAYLOR, Boston. I
,BENJAMIN-43RANES.At the house of
J. I. 'Oersted, of Wells, Oct. 2d, by Bev.
1 Hallock Armstrong, Mr. Stephen pen
jamin,?f We ll s, and Miss BellerF. Graves,
' of Aspinwall. , .. -
MOORE—McCLUBE.—At the, house of
I Elder Calvin Newell, near West Frank
lin and by him, Sept. 30th , . Charles
A. Moore and Miss Etta. Mc , both of
' ! Yonniston.
EVANS—NOIiTHRUP.—,At home of
the bride, Sept. 27th, 180, by Bev. G.
M. Chamerlain, Mr. Ezra ~-;Evans , of
'Athens, R. and MIS May IF Narthinp,
of Meahoppen, Pa. _ i f
by Rev. Silas Berner, of ; ; ;; , Mary J.
Billing of Owego, N. Y., = ; . David
a. YanOver, of U-;;; eld, Pa. ,'
KLLIOTT—KIJM--In 13 ; *.; ; - ; , Oct.
'; 4th, by Rev. T. Mitchell, Sydney C. a
-1 lion, of Springfield, and Miss' Edna Kline,
:of Ridgebury. , 1 -
4th, by Rev. T. " Ifitche Emerson
Miller, of Ridgbury, and Miss Betsey A.
--Clark, of Springfield.
BUCIIANAN—MOORE—At the - residence
of the bride's father, Oct. Bd, by Rev. J.
Barton French, Me. Irvin Buchanan and
MI Zerelda Moore, both of Austinville,
McKEE—SHAYLORe4At the Bapt ist par
, image, Wellsburg, N. Y., Oct. ,by P.
S. Everett, Mr. Robert McKee, of Ridge-.
bury, and Miss Shaylor, of We
BURDICK—MOONSET—At the Baptist
parsonage, in Troy, Pa., by Reir.-J.Rar
;.• ton Frehach, Oct. 4th; Mika W. Burdick
of &Lunen*, N. Y., and Was Belle B.
Mammy, of Troy.
BLOOD—PALMIER-In Attstinvillei Oct.
3d, at the residence of the bride's par
'eats, by Rev. Wm: Entwistle; Henry L.
Blood, of. Roseville, Tioga Co.- Pa.,, and
Was Hattie A. Palmer, of Anstiinville, Pa.
PBINCE—BERK—At the residence of the
bride's parents, in South Creek, Wednee
day evening, Sept. 25th, by P. S. Ever
ett,Mr. James W. Prince,l of Welt War
ren, Pa., and ]Piss Gracie Berk, of South
- Creek, - • .
WOOD-In ihnithfieldiffill*ladt - a , Iwart
*ion, llio. - EleetsliyookaimBoyooro,
..' l OO llll . Joel *tam, aged ea Yam
TildfrrEN - -In Spehoireold. Oct. la, of
.Aceraldebility, mous!ro . wirtent. 1 1P4
PiiiVire-litt i : ;ri ts‘ 276, of tipboilf
fivea, Helen' Wife of , _CAWIII*
;Tiereep And Iflrd Mutin !wit'
- I nt% aged 37 yam;
oII.BIM-lik Lna, Ps., Sept. M* 2. of
bionc Eidolms eo ,
both, Lonuird, wits of Ebner A.. Gilbe4
autio.:l999thig of the 194,991199t!f9-
14443* of Bradford ama4, wilt ha :held
in . _Towanda, on • Monday liftfranan :and
evening of 0ct.16. . Senator John Stewart;
Independent Beinblinn - mndidnto for
GOMM; =Vila* Geo. W. larakriA
nominee on the state ticket, for Orcietery
of 4lternal Again, milbegneeentind ad-.
drags the meeting. Zverylindy is oqr.(.lially
fibbed to torn out and Iner '
tbsibizullome bar 'is csie of
beauty's: elements. Ares
Asir Vigaemaintsi sit in froshaoss,l3oTh, t
ams and lorts For sae by Dr. H.
C. Poster & Soo, TOsrousis, P.
Step' in st naleatlarS 'Sod esismise his
New Stock of Clothingbehigreeetted every
—Fresh lake Ilsh and salt water Ash at
tl. M. ligrali market" Bridge ateeeL, . •
-' • , Marie-if
_ _ _
Wanted IVO bus h e l s, godel— potatoes state
kbul and lolVest cash pride per bushel de
livered. JAL B. iftw.i
; , • - Towin.da, P. O.: Pa.
A FALSE RUMOR.
The rumor having been circulated to the
preudiee of my trade that other' persone
are associated with .me in' my furniture
business on• Main street, First Ward, To
manda. I take this opportun i ty to say that
I have no partnership in the business and
am conducting it entirely on my own ac
count. Savmous. Scars.
Towanda, Pa., Oct. 11th, 1882.
MIAMI! 11011Z81 BOW:
- Buffalo,Wolf and Japan Goat Robes,
.lap Blley, • Harness, Horse Blankets,
Whips, &c., &e„ at J. N. Willeock's,
Bridge street,. Towanda, Pa.
• Sept. 28, 1882.-4 w.
—L. B. Rogers has a large stock or' - Bash
Doors and Blinds, also Moldings, and is
selling cheaper than any other establishment
Go to Warrcomes for wall papers, bor
ders dados, cornice &e.. He has some of
the handsomest wall and ceiling decorations
ever brought into Towanda.
1 Geo. Wood Organ, new 6 octave,
"Grand organ" case. 1 St. John Sewing
Machine, new 6 drawer. 1 Piano, small
second h and. These articles are offered at
a great birgain. Time given if desired.
Can be seen at 0. A Black's residence
Weston St. Towanda. Sept.2l4w.
Low prices tell and people tell low prices,
call at nfield's and., 'e zeunhie his goods
and get the prices.
Ma. 0. A. BLACK, Aa'T.
Dear Sir:—The "Davis" Sewing Machine
I bought of you some seven years ago (a
second hand machine then) has given' per
fect satisfaction, doing, all kinds of family
sewing without, any repair, except a new
shuttle just bought. - P. Corwrox.
FnArammus, April 22d,1882. , :
Ash Rimmed Extension Tables, and Ash
Bediotan Sets, are Specialties at .the new
Furniture *re; Main street, - First Ward.
• SILITOUIt SKITS.
It ie well known that the most virulent
diseases, small pox, scarlet' fever, diphthe
ria, etc., are amtagions. If you have sick
ness of this sartin your house,. the use of
Phenol Sodique as a disinfectant will pie- .
serve.the health of the rest of the family.
For sale by druggists. , and general stare
keepers. See adv. 1 1 / 4
' A delicious odor, is imparted by Floreston
Cologne, which is always refreshing, no
matter how freely used. •
The exactions of society, added to the
cares of maternity and the household, have
tested beyond endurance the frail constitu
tions Which have been granted the majority
of women. To combat this tendency to
premature decline, no remedy in the world
possesses the nourishing and strengthening
properties of Malt 13itteriil They enrich
the blood, perfect digestion. stimulate the
liver and kidneys, arrest ulcerative weak
ness, and purify and vitalize every function
of the fern/4e system.
As usual Rosenfield is the first to receive
his fall good& r
—Go to 0. M. Myer's market, Brido street,
or the best cuts of fresh meat. May 21-tf
111111PRFAD Tms,—Having purchased
the Steam Saw Mill of J. G. Saxton, located
in New Albany Borough on the Sullivan and
State Lino Railroadikam prepared to furnish
lumber of every
_description on short notice.
Bill stuffA specialty. ,t Bates reasonable. Or.
I am also proprietor of the New Albany Ho.
tel, where ' all persons desiring accommoda.
lions can find them at reasonable rates. Good
stabling. I J. W. Wmoox.
New Albany, sau. so. 1882.—Gm
—No charge) for delivering, and don.
promptly from C. M. Myer's market,. Bridge
street. „ -tt
The White is theAillest and easiest run,
ning &wring Machine in the world. M. C.
Wilma, Sole Agent, Towanda, Pa.-314.8ni*
Clover and Timothy Seed.
• Stevens and Long have on band a large
stock of Clover and Timothy Seed selected
from the best new crops and warranted true
to name. They have also a full Stock of Gar
den/leads in and in packages. select
ed from the Prop of 1881. !Together with an
assortment always complete of all goods in
their "line,'! all of which are offered at, the
lowest market prices and Warranted to give
satisfaction. Mr 23-tt.
Elniira Fruit' Barrel Co.
Apple Banels of Standard -,size, at
wholesale, in quantities . to Suit:
COR. 'FIFTH STREET AND
. lADISON AVENUE,
RUMBA, N. Y.
Livery and 'Boarding
• - Washingt4 Street, below Main..
The best Aga to. f;ti found fa any stable In the
country, turnisbed'at reasonable rates.
En. Macau will give tbetnisimas bli venous]
attention. and Invites his friends to call tar in
wait of livery.
- W. LANE. 1 - ED. DECKER.
nave received their fall . :siock and'invite you
to an inspection of the largest and 'best y ou
t of goods ever exhibited.
.tbeir`DRESS-0001)S, -- IDEPARTMENT MAY ~BE FOUND, _ I 4.
Eritirdy new, FRENCH SUITINGS in checks, stripes, - and plain goods in
suit 'patterns, French Sateens, Black and Coldred Cashmeres in all . quslities,
witkembroidery to , match all colors for trimmings. - _
• DBEBB- Prininnirot = every width and in all qualities. All Wool
laid andgittilpe Drees Flannehr„ Black and Colored Bilks in all qualitia.
1 , '
VERY CHEAP AND IN ALL SHADES. Alsii:Great Bargains, in
SILK VELVETS, BLACK & IN COLORS, I
A fine 'assortment of Black and Colored VELVETEENS,-With an endless
variety of Cheap Dress Goods, Which are offered at very attractive prices.
In their NOTION, LACE, and SMALL WARE DEPARTMENT
will be found the best assortment and greatest .variety of Drees Buttons and
Trimmings in Passementeries, Guipure and Spanish Laces, Prises, NIA and
Silk Ornaments ever Aisplayed7
A splendid assortment of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boldered and Hemstiehed
Silk Handkefehiefs' and Scarfs, Laces and Embroideries, the best variety of
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Hosiery and Gloves, together with a large as
sortment of Ladies' fancy Shopping 'Saga, Purses, etc., new designs."
A large stock of Domestic Cotton Goods, Canton Flannels, Wool Flan
nels, twilled and plain, in all colors. Ginghams, Calicoes and in
great variety. _
Car Pet: and Oil Cloths,
Cloaks and .Shawls. T--
The stock of BOOTS AND SHOES is very complete and unusual at-
tention has been given to this part of the business.
. . .
We have not space to enumerate the varietieilst' -2-new goods in each de.g
partment, and can only say in a general way that' each department is as com
plete as time and our experience can make it.'
Towanda, October 5, 1882.
I show the LARGEST VARIETY of Mena Boys and Children-3
TO BE FOUND IN TOWANDA.
They are made of first-class material
guarantee a perfect fit every time.
I keep constantly on hand a LARGE ASSORTMENT of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS Aco.
MEN'S. DRESS AND BUSINESS' SUITS.
Form a special feature in my business I take the lead in this Department as
well as'all others. , I have no Plate Glass windows or polished Counters, but I
keep THE RIGHT GOODS and the public appreciate their extra value., I am
safe in saying . - _ ,
.• MY STOCK CANNOT BE EQUALED IN THE COUNTY. •
• I have just receiied a laige invoice of :
and will be pleased to show these goods. Calf at
REPORT 'OF THE coNDrrioNJ
OF THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF :
TOWANDA, in the State of Pennsylvania at the'
*lose of business October S. 18f32. '
M , r7"IM
Loans and Discounts 1222,57344
Overdrafts - 2.164-51
United States Bonds anal ''
other s I
Dna hom Banks =di
TrealtUrSt U. 8. I r 60,888 88
Real allele Furniture I - '
. - and Sutures. - • 1 '
Expeu_ceil and Taxes paid 402.08
Premiunts paid 4,685.23
LegslTender kNational Bank Notes ..
1:3044 =dilater Coin & cash items J.. 9,972154
Capital Stock. - 5150,000.00
Surplus k prokia 17,6a33
Circulating Notes - . • • 133.000.60
Dirtdres unpaid - ,* - . 351.00
Deposts... ... 225,1b9;52
- . $528.078:811
STATIC OV - Pillieli, COMM; Or BILAD7OIID. U:
1. GEORGE W. BUCK. Caihier of the above
named bank. do solemnly swear chit the above
statement is true to the best of my knowledge
and belief. GEO. W. BOOK, Cashier.
• Sabsesibed and sworn to before , me this 6th
day of October, 11182. 0. L. HATEELY. `Notary
Covizor—Attest: : .
.'' R. T. BOX: - '''
STANLEY W. „TATTLE Directors. -
'by given to sit persons owning or managing
in the Ilnaquebanna river within the boundaries
,of Bradford county. any fish baskets, eel wain,
kiddies, brush or twine nets, or any other per
manently set means of taking fish in the nature
of a sine, which are known to be wasteful and
oxtail/pint modes of fishing, that the same are
hereby declared to be common nuisances, and
said owners or managers will wit/Lin ten days
' , from this date auue any and 'Bauch contrivan
ces to be dismantled so as to render them no
longer capable of taking or injuring the fishes
Of said river of whatever kind.
WILLIAM T. HOUTON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Towanda, Oct; 8, 1882.
UMOR'S NOTICE.In re the .
A estate of. Charles F. Welles Jr., deceased.
In the Orphans Court of Bradford county.
The undersigned. an auditor appointed by the
court to_dispote of the - exceptions to the
Anal soureint of James U. Webb. adminletrator
etc., of said decedent, hereby gives laotice that
he will attend 'to the duties of his appointment
on FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1883, -at .10 o'clock in the
forenoon. at Ids office in Towanda Borough,
where and when all parties in interest are re
quested to be present. HENRY BTREETEII;
Towanda, Oct. 5,8241 w Auditor.
'OB PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
U dons st short notioi sod ressensbls rates
and buy`where pin see the Crowd.
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
the Finer NATIOILILL But[ Olt TOWAIDA at
the close of business, October 34, ltaL
Loans and discounts • $467,733-97
11. S. Bonds to secure circulation 125,000 00
Other stocks, tondo, and mortgages.: 24.527 06
Due from approved reserve agents ... 06,54216
Due from other National Banks - 4,244 40
Due froM State Banks and bankers.... 13.766 00
Real estate. ftuniture, and Situ's...." 2',40000
Current expenses and talus paid 4.649,96
Checks and other cash limns - 2.206;1s
Bills of other Banks. 2,71300
Frnational paper currency, nickels, •
pennies - ' 212 13
Specie 17,154 00
Lead tender notes 21.632 00
Redemption fund with 11, S. Treasurer
(5 per cent. of circulation) , 5,625 00
Militia stock paid UK " $125,00000
Surplus fund 60,00) O.)
Undivided profits 13,155 30 2
National Bank notes ontstanding...... 112,500 00
Dividends unpaid—. 12400
Individual deposits aub.l
ject to check - § 342,051 NI - '
Demand certificates Of dep'..338,153 54 . 678,223 04
Due to other National Banks. ." ...
.. • 3,011 37
Due to Rate Banks and blinle . rs l3O 55
emu or PsineA., Cotnrir or Buezrozn, is:-
I. N. N. BETTS, Cashier of the National
Birk of ToVranda. do solemnly swear that the
above statement iis true to the best of my knowl
edge and belief. N. N. BETTE, (Ashler.
Subscribed and sworn before me this ith day
of Oct., 1882. 0. L. BAVEILT.Notery PubUc.
Correct—Attest: - -
- C. L. TRACY, WBI I Directors.
P 0.1., •
The fiU term of the twenty
ninth year will begin UO2iDAT, AUGUST 28.
The faculty hu been enlatesd, buildings
thoroughly retitled sad accommodations in
creased, and the school fitted to immusiodate
its tiroßla tronaie. , The attendance has
near doubled in seven years. For circulars.
catalogue, or other particulars, address the
Principal. EDWIN Z. QUINLAN, A. N..
'PAM FOR SALE.—I now offer
1 m for sale; situated on the road lead.
ins fryomfa rm
South Rill to Wells Hollow, and con
tains 100 scree of good land, about 70 improved
and Ni well - timbered. with ammo and barn.
granny, end fruit trees thereon. gild hem lies
about 7 miles from railroad at Wyss , and
la well watered. nu brai will be fold ;
a proportion of -the purchase mow down, and
the remainder tan remain on tan firm. For
particulars Inquire of Myron Randall on the.
km or theowner. LYMAN ,ASNOLD.
Sept 7.1 d le Leßaletea.
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