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pfleatiDAY. FEBRUARY 1883.
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Hi AND IIEtqABOUTS,
nJil‘i next Itiontlay e v ening
Creamery is soon . uur. ou
A private dramatic club has been
at Sayre. . .
Abram .llorley Will erect, a , dwellinge
site .of the ono burile4, near., Altieris.
One hunared additional lock-Wies have
lien ordered for the Athens PoiFOlrtee.
Tak tare to wrap yourselves-lip 'well he
vis:z. out of the house this cold wea
They are drussinOrater into Arnoi; Tioga
cannty, on the__eais.- to ouPPIY some of the
ep your horses roughshod, so that no
acciaent may occur fixim slipping upon the.
it v road`
Joseph Fl 3, of Athens, was so tinfortu
n ate one day last week as to have his ankle
p.... Holcomb has sold•his farm in Fox,
Sullivan county, and removed to Leßoy,
.The q uestion of removing the depot at
"iVralusing to a more eligib!e point is again
Itin_ a; itatctl
t•ltoicT crops of tobaeecr have been
di,po=c,l a in. Tioga eotinty at fourteen
(-ers a pound.
021 Tue::,isy morning of last week;. the'
thennotneer at Canton registered 17 do-
g f t ys belt)';‘• . 7.2 . ri)
Many a man owes his sueeeks in life to the
of hi; enemies n4lier -than . :the phiu
itit. of his friends. • •
A ••Aiess and check#r club" has been
61Tanized in . : *i.hens. It occupies rooms
I.,ver Unger's store.
. The "Williston Island," ,ne,arAtifiens
s4,ld on Saturday for $1,300. C
Harris ‘vas the purchaser.
Thi• Caputo Axle Works, near Sayre
/94 NITA reduced their working force - 9
v nloyees from forty to eight.
Th..? Union AgriuulturaL Association of
Cant,.ll., 14iv,e decidedlo bold th l Or fair this
par ‘.ll-tiei)teinber'l9; 20 and 21.
M l'; Seward and Fred K Lowe; have
iforined a partnership , for the manufacture'
(I sash. doors and blinds at,Sayrei • -
lii"re mending crockery .at the Le-
Rayscille Adrerliser ofray.. The boys have
got the Sheriff Sales4A.thens Ortzette.
.Protruvted meetings stilt*ntinue at the
M. E. Church in Eastroy.
Snlitfi ;assisting the pastor Rev. A. King.
Tht;_ colored residents of 7 Waverly and
S,;1 0 1' Waverly have organized a ehtifeh
kty, ,t, and lave services evert SundaP.
:y_p , club wit all the leading periOdidola
ttt, reauceil rates. A.ny of our subscribers
wishing anyinagazine or paper will/ plearSe
On Stinday..night last the clothing store
i)f A. Unger; at Athetis . was burglarized.
No mon i ey' eras taken, but a - quantity of
Yk rang man from the-country, when you
6ou s .t . t , to town don't hitch, your horse on the
strett.to freeze, whileybn are loafing arotind .
saloon-room stove... - . L... . "- •
There trill be a ;meeting of the stite
Mara of Agliculture and the managers of
Fail l / 4 -and Agricultuital societies throughout
the State are requesjted to send delegatei to
Harrisburg nett Mot p.
Rumored that a nevilweekly paper is - to
1 .tarted in Towanda.—Canton Sentinel.
Only oue : Good gracious !..Ave supposed
there were to be about 8;*.
The thermometer at Arnot, Tioga.mqpity,
on Tuesday morning of last week, register
ed ei.;hteen degrees below zero, and at
1:10:,:burg 20 . d e grees below. ,
A reeipe..foi . making a lemon pie vaguely
add,, -then sit on a stove, 'and stir -.eon=.
tant.6 . .." Just as if any one (*lid sit on
toe without stirring constantly. .t
I: it not 'about time for: some 'confounded
lunatic to arise and prophesy manii4,of
disaster and pestilence and tribulation - 1 40r
the coming, months of the year • i
Jude Ingham, of Laporte, - is announ ced
to lecture before the Christian Union
Temperance Association in Wimlusing, on
Sunday evening next, February 4th.
The Laporte Sentinel editor says: "We
knnw a young girl in • this .neighborhood,
only IG years of age, who has 'helped her
fathrr eat 108 cords of wood." Valuable
Mrs. Ezra Keeler, of Pike, has been quite
sick-of late, buts re are gkad to state is ilow
ly improving.L-Leßaysrill Adrertiser.
Why are you glad that the lady is slowly
A bill repealing the outrageOus law, per-'
witting juries to impose costs upon defen
dants who are acquitted of misdemeanors,
has: 'passed the second readiiig_in the. House
at Harrisburg. . : .
The wagon and blacksmith . shops 4
'Rogers & Song at Glen Valley, near Athens;
Were destroyed by fire one day , last week,
together con t ents.' Loss about
$90,. No insurance.
It is the Waverly Tritriute that under
stands that . General Passenger Agent By
ington will soon issue an'oider making mil
eage tickets good' through tojkleisr.. York
over the Lehigh Valley.,
The hotel clerk who - etin give every guest
a room oil the first floor will be as popular
fur awhile as the newspaper foreman who
• can put every man's advertisement ut the
top of acolumn, and next to reading mat
A Mansfield boy has a ealtibroken to Ur
ne.s, and it draws the yotingster about on a
Elea. ` If all ealves ! couleonlye be thus
!--Elmira Adrerfiser. • Why, in that
tvept, several Elmira Editors would go in
hmrness. i• e •
Efforts aro being made to establish a tele
phone line between Canton and Towanda -
It is hoped - fat'citir business men and law-
Yer3 will give it some encouragement, as it
kill be a great convenience to them.-.-Caa
t 'Oen tine/.
Senator Davies on TResday pre mto a
Aition in Abe Senate;i4sring that annul
,,ers be prohibited 4 from' peddling in this
/village without license, and that the license
/he not.less,Oan $1.00:'• The petition Wa_ a
S igned by the :nem:haute of our Bonnigh.e. -
And now Chas. Alton, of the-Repabliciat
has another Xing'. fight---ti terrible)
t.ng—the Court IrouseAtingl Let the
giuncler roar Chas. let 1041ar.--ieriatfuilie
Advertiser. • GrailtSCOtt Mut i* we
ever done, that the Vanilidder'S Amid fan
i nto Paying us annigimenti 1 ‘
l*at 14186, - - .111 "The Reconi hal "bulk& • 4 f
--- --. Alvin AyeeS er - . • ,
Chtnaredl4 at <
~,,___, u . ~'
.J . u - stab* ,- ;` 'f 1
leadh3l a "Sad of 1 00 Ile was engaged ' ,`!` , " Eihesbecdo erne a " T Y_ - ; I , .
un drawing for Ifachet Brothels, the Add slip* 1. taw ,
has i i mr --i niniste - -- miste rs
,3t t h e,r
pod Dada log.rolled over his giOtl3r, break- t
ingit Suet above the 14" m A ye r The. "Server" 101-. not
set the bones and at last amaint4 r ! _. '- - „ a „ ,•g. 1 37.1 • - ' \
Jacob Granteer* isays th e'pinH ton Seatinet, ' Th e revival meetings at the Y . Closio t 11
met with a serious lma one day fast . week. are still continued. _ _
One-o f his valuable yo ung hones w as P la Y' . IfuniphreY Bros. & Trail"); are
ing in the barn yard skid stepped uPoo the twnea in thei.maimificen
edge of au as find cut. Off the large ',"cord in
the emkleinown as the' leader. The luioe
was worth abOut two hundred dollars,
An old nianmuned Billings Wanda, of
Sheshequin, was killed 'near . that place on
Monday of last week; While .falling a' lingo
.tree• When he , chopped down the
tree, it fpll lawn anothor , near by, and' up.
on cutting thti second ttee, the large 'pine
fell upon eru.shingilife out instantly.,
With a view, probe*, of rendering it
difficult for liquor dealers to obtain signers
to their bonds this ypar, there, is a Move
ment on foot, we understand, among the
temperance people of this Vicinity, WI pub
lish. the tiames , of all those who oridoise
theselsonds. Whether , this atop will have
its desired effect or not, therbearfints will
tell.—Cauton Sentinel.' - -
-The Carroll bock in . Athens narreirly
escaFied de4Faction by fire ,on I . fonday of
last week. The Gazette: "It: orignated;
cre bclieve,-from the bakery, but was dis
covered before much damage 'wzm.done:.•
Protection gas° was promptly , " on' Inind to
do all-the service possibleunder thecirsaun'
stances,- yet i withall onr,; , imEiroved Machin
ery for fighting the flames , there came very
near being a largetritorecord."
A lady in our village'desires to know- the '
object of thosdrdog carts in Towanda; and
adds that she suppose:A they were for can
ines to ride in, and in which -case there
were enough there to keep them loacied all
thel time." -- Leittystille Adrertiser,''
Whether the above is intended as sarcasm"
or as a joke, an anxious world - will perhaps
never know unless a map of it be issued. ,
An exchange says harness should never
be kept in a stable where manure is con
ses.ntly generating large quantities - - Of am
monia. This ammonia is rapidii' absorbed
by. the leather, '
•ond the effect upon the har
ness is about the same aswould'result from
saturating it.with strong lye In a word,
ammonia rots leather', ;and hence keeping
harness. in the table is sure to result in ..its
being damageltmore or less:-
Lehigh Valley train • three; whia near
Wyalusing about 6 o'clock 3fon* morn
ing; had to be stopped in consequence of a
looso wheel under tlic third coach. The
wheel jumped the r io land . , bumped along
over the ties somt ,sixty rods; but a
btltkernan train and ii.was
slopped before anyl other- damage was
wrought. Roadmaster Tinian and a gang
lof men soon got the 'disabled car in •shape
to Move away. I
-lAn unproved fire grate designed to _stir
the tim_and open
. 1M a space in its'center i to
allow the dischargEKiir: escape of pieces" of
slate or clinkers, his been. patented by lilrT
rEdwartLp. - JohnOn, Of Troy, Pa. - The '
vention consists in dip employment of curv
ed radial arms pivot e d to the grate„4nd
having pins moving in oblique slots or aper;
tares in the grato'supporting frame, where
by the desired result is attained.—Scien
The contest for postmaster in do,
is causing more , excitement . and keeping
more strife and bitterness than a dOs'eh
Presidenthil election's. The Republicanand
Independent papers of that ancient to wn ,
are allinterested in advancing their pati
cular friend's interests, and are not carefitl
how they talk about others' occupying op
posite likings.—Williamsport. Banner. This
is news indeed to the newspapers of our
"ancient town:" -
To prevent injurous effects from smoking
a pipe a medical journal "recommends the
follow*: Fill the bowl of the pipe one-third
full'of table Salt and press the tobacco hard
upon it. The result will be satisfactory.
Durir the process of smoking the salt -sol
idifiesrwhile remaining porous, and wheit
,the tiara lump is removed at the end of a
day's smoking it is found.to have absorbed
so much . of the oil of tobacco as to be deep
ly colored. The salt should be; renewed
The First National Bank Towanda',
has just issued and'sCnt to their depositors
-a beautiful illustrated annual Containing a
-report of thud:lank which is a credit to that
institution.' The statement on the second
page shows the Bank not.only to be sound,
but one of the best paying in the country.
Its'surplus fun d on' hand shows the snug,
little sum of .s9s,eidg.V. This bank _ is al
ways' obliging and accommodating to its
customers—hence its great succesS.—Le-
. Writes the Athens correspondent of the
Waverly Tribune : "The viewers ap.
peinted to eiramine and report ..te court re
erding the 'necessity for building a new,
or rebuilding the / old bridge across the
Chemung nem. Tozer's, will report in favor
of a new bridge -, upon the site of the old
one. kr. Hireen was very anxious to have
the" loCation changed to a site near his farm,
much farther up , the river... Bradford
county will not build a bridge sp near
WaV:erly, for her accommodation, without
she shares in, the expense of maintaining
A gentleman in a neighboring town
says the Wellsboro Gazette, had several
horses die from the effects of mill
i:Minds, when one day an - 014 - German
c'doctoiadvised him to use to - voodoo,
the application to be applied as somilas- - the
nail is withdrawn. This he has 'done for
the past fifteen years and has never lost a
horse so treated. Arnica,he states, is also
good:'' The wound, , heals in a day- or two
after the - applicatiop, wherilard or tar can
be used to good purpose. The remedy is
simple and worth trying.
By a rery i recentdecision of the Post
master General only first-class mail matter
—letters 'and postal cards—can be "for
warded" free of postage in the mails, from
the post-offiCe to irltichit is first addressed,
to any oilier post-offce, upon request of the
parties to whom such mattor is addressed.
It has)een the Qustoni4ieiofore of the
Post-office DeOtm, ent io allow: second,
third and fold` &Class mail matter also to
be "forwarded" free, but now it .can only
be done by .again pretaying the original
tunouut of pott4ige, which postage must be t
paid as often ; the matter is desired to, be
fcirwarded by to parties to whom it is sa
-1 drew& j • " -
List of rex:alining in the Post Of
fice for the ending Jan 1883:
Adams, Milton Kerrick, Joe
Brown,4 C. Kennedy, Mrs.'
Consadin, Mary rialsfiey, Philip + •
Cotter, Min / Maloney, Ina
Cr y, Jim litcLaman,T_Cornelius
Cummings, Jas D Bayn, P
Davis, Jacob , ' 'Ryan, P
Edwards, Alice. Smith. David
thistiti; Sara . Smith Lizzie
Genh,-Dani Smith, Ed
Gough, Anna . Shores, Milton
Griffin, Anna Smith, Um Chas
Ominous.); Artimr (*Whitfield. Jnu W
Noitcs, Mrs A J Welsh, F
Kennedy, Annie • Westover benzo(2)
Persops calling for any of the above will
please soy "Admithlid," giving &teed list.
•• P. Plivmm, P. M.
A- number of • ••tbe balls and rooms in
• •• • •
the Ward ,- }lousi are being papered and
Ai cord ng to the Leßaysville - Adcertiser
there is bitkoneTunoxupled dwelling house
in that viiiege.
The ainuition for the !smelt of the,Rev.
Jones, at Mouroeton, last week
ntaiminteti to • s72. •
By a fall on the ice on Friday last, Feriey,
a 6ve year old eon of H. Scott, broluihii
leg near tbff thigh..
The name of 3. - P. Keeney, Esq., was
~ .t to the - Senate on Friday last u Post
master at this place.- . , .
D[: yireiye tete fitted op .an offioe in
the rarm4.6tiely eecupied by Justice Codding,
over the 99 CAC Store. .
- Twenty dollars were thfnet resat of the
Presbyterian rooms of lira.;
L. M. Osborne, Monday evening,
It is said the new paper 'at Sayre will
make its appearanm this week, and is to
sail under the, name of the Union. 1
Ed. Islorcenck had three fingers on one of
his hands,considernbly manglimi in Maks
,factory ati,W_ednesdaY of ,last'week.
It is ritimred . that' the Lehigh Valley
transfer office at Waverly will be removed
to Buffalo in the course of a few weeks.
Aarmi Post, father of Mrs. Lew Marcie,
.of this place, fell the other day, near. the
imidence of his son-in-law, on Shores Hill,
breakingone of his legs in two places.' The
old gentleman is 82 years of age, and in
feeble Health. I • ,
A 141415 the. name of Wm. Brick; . who
resides near the upper depot, was arrested
one day.last Week, for stealing s2l, from
the store of Turner & Beverly. Officer
Stephr‘Ms interviewed the lad and succeeded
in recovering the money.
There was a largo attendance of the
parents and friends Of the pupils Of the
Graded School, at the - School building on
Friday last to witness . the "Scotch Day"
exercises. For want of spaCe we cannot
speak of the exercises in detail. Er`er3r
thing passed off pleasantly and credi4ibly
to all concetned. • •
:The BrsUlfortl .COunty Medics' Society
will meet at the office of. Dr. D. N,lNewton,
in Towandi, on Tuesday, Feb. titli t instead
•of on. Wednesday as heretofore, at 1:30
T. B. Jou*stiu; • Cuss. K. LADD,
A dispatch from Troy, dated the 30th ult.,
says : "Charles : ' Stanton, a . boy about
twelve or ,thirteen . years old,. while coast
,Loug's Mills to•day, ran into a
eep ditch and broke his leg close up.tt. his
!hip. DEIS.. Paine and Tracy were called and
set the broken limb. Jt will be
before the boy will be out again."
The senior editor of the Review, in the!
Mondare issue of - that paper, gives its rea
ders his.difinition of Political Principle. He
calls it `!'Cheek."_ - Accepting his definition
we unhritatins say that the senior cditor
of the' ) Review has ' a larger amount o
Political Princi* • than any other '
within the limit of our acquaintance. ! '
On Tuesday last Ira . Stephens was atj l
tacked by a severe apopletic fit, at Cato? s
Hotel, near the Barclay depot. . He was
conveyed to his home on Canal street where
he remained in an unconscious state until
Wednesday morning. Atfitst it was thought
that he could not recover, but we are glad
to state that it'll now thought that he hail
fair chances Of recovery.
+Fred Milliscin, of Elmira, aged about
years, ran away from his home on Tuesday
morning,. and ?ame to this place. His
'father came after Mtn, and by. the help 'Of
Chief Dimmock, soon had• the.: youngster,
hOrneward bound. I Be had engaged in the
l eale of rubber stamps, with a view of se
curing the requitite amountof funds to "go
West" and "clean out the billing." Dime
Geo. P. Upton, in the Chirago Tribtine
says of Remenyi, the celebrated violinist who
is to appear at Mercur Hall, Monday' even=
ing next : "He is the peer of any living
player ae hav4eard.. He sweeps criticism
and every sort, of -.objection" away. His
technique is simply boundless and equal to
any emergency. It is simply electrifying,
strangly fascinating, and as majestic as
was that of Rubinstein as compafed with
Von Below. His bowing is often eccentric,
and there' is a grotetknerie at times in his
' work that closely approaches the sensa-;
tional, but. there is no opportunity to criti
cise such a player. A man with the tem
perament of an iceberg might perhaps dis
sect his playing, but unless
, he is at that
degree of frigidity he . can remember littla,
else but the protent spell of the fascination
which this great player weaves around hini,
the exquisite colors, the Jazzing bniliancy,
and the absolute abandon of his work: .
Milk and Miner.
The troy Creameryjnis made some et
perimehis on the numberof pounds of -milk.
required each month to make a Of
butter. As an illustration we select . . the
dairy of S. 11. Case numbering 21 cows:'
The record , run as follows: April 21 lbs.
of, milltriziude one pound of butter; AY 23,
Jane 20, July 26, Aug. 26, Sept. 23; Oct.'
201, Nov: tqi, making an average of 23
lbs. during eight months: , Reuben John
run.with the following average: He I
put 30 cows into the creamery and during I
April his average was 22 lbs. of milk, 'for a
pound of butter; May 25, Jane 26. July 26,
Aug. 26, Sept. 21, an average of 241 dur
ing six months. Abe Freese's dairy of 25
cows gave an average of'one lb. of hatter
for 24} lbs. of milk. S. P. Tinkhani with
21 cows averaged one pound of butter for
23 pounds °lrak. C. , N. Pomeroy; with
24 cows got 1 lb. of hutter from 23i pounds
of milk during'? month: L. M. Leonard
10 cows for 8 months got 1 pound of butter
•for an average of 21;, lbs.- of milk; C. B.
Strait, 15 cows; 161. pounds of milk for 1
4b. of butter during 8 months. z His , was tbe
`highest bred dairy on the list of the crea
mery. S. J,-Saxton,, 12 cows 8 months,
22 lbs. of milk tel 1 lb. of . butter; A H.
Thomas, 10 cows 8 months, average 22 lbs.
milk to Orke of butter.—Troy tiazetteZ
-,-, : Bini4og Evening Lecturer
The Nye's first lecture of his
proposed' gam was largely attended on
last Stunitiy evening. , The second will be
given Sunday evening, Feb. 4, (next Sun
,day,) at': o'clock. Topic, "The owner
ship of Lost Souls. To Whom dc;"Lost
Souls Belong r . • ---
Sydney Sinith being ill, his phyakian ad'
vised kith to "take a walk twin - sn empty
stonkach.m otrixsiAshoee "I asked.Sphm.
Still better . steps to take would hei.lthe pur
chase of. Di. It.• V. Pierre's Childais Medi•
cal iliWnovery" and "Meant Purgative
Pellets," which are nape:halve:dug& to
thole' who are obliged to lead sidentery
lives, or , are afflicted With any chronic die.
ease of tie:Awns& or bowels.- By drag
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Miu piusuk l larvis N ew
'Means statitt fik
Ingbaiii r .of Liirrtepis visit.,
tirs.,43; F. Mason's.
gx-Conisnissionale MA.; Wm.
'is sApidly iimmvingts health. ' ;
—Frtulk Eva* ofSylvania, b ittending
Aliens BusineaSCollege . ,:Eltairn. „ . -
' —keleg Peck, of Sylvan is contemplat-
ing another-trip to Arizona soon.
' —I)..T. Event and VV ; G. Gordon,' hive
gate on a visit to Minneapolis, Minn.,.
—Rev. Mr.Folivell, 'of Athens, whn has
been seriously 111 is now
. i '
—John Griffin, one of the oldesiiitisetis
of Athens, died on On Tuesdayof laid week.
N.' —liev. E. S. Erown, Of Idonmout N.' h, ,
has accepted a call to the!LitchilOki Ha •
church. ), l' v. 1 , , ''•
'`Styes; —Ju li us Hayden, , of , v r r went 6
Florida last week to take,oh4 of Col, 411
A. Paeter's orange phuttation. , ' 4 1 ,
-Mrs. R, ; - A." Packer,-
~of ' Sayre,w4l,..
treated to bitih-day "iutinilie"'im :Mimi , / I
day evening , OVlast week; by ain unll of
her frienda.,l‘ l 7
1 2 -E.! A. Coolbaugh, Esq., of iiVysiet, Isms
pro Anted bY a paralytic strok&on fliat r uri
day list. 4 He was unconscious for some
' little time, bgt has almost intirely.recover
irons the attack.
-We are . informed that the 1* B.
Bruning has been invited; to: remain.
another year and to peach morning nad
evening instead of turning :My, and , Oft
accepted. ;Athens , Gave*: •
--Mrs. S. W. Buck, of Me; while going
from Mrs. , Vance's residence to the sleigh
on Saturday last, slipped and fell heavily
upon the ice, slimming her back, and injur
ed her otherwisef--44taysrilie, .Adrertisitr.
-:-S. C. Stevens, of '4lrowanda, visited his,
mother, Unice Stevens, lastweek, who is in
her' 4.th year. ' She has resided where she
now lives 60 years. While here 'Mr. Ste
vens made us a friendly eall.—Leßaysrille,
—J. H. Harris, Esq., City attorney of,
St. Louis, who returned to that,
this region much improved in physical con
dition, was taken ill again after his return
and was informed'he must seek some war
mer climate to restore his health. ti Accor
dingly he has gone to Cintral Ameriea in
hopes of permanent recovery.—Troy Ga
--Hrs. Helen Sawyer left for dire west
thisweek, to look after bushieSs connected
with her extensi v e land claims at Decatur,
Illinois. Slim claims to.hold a cleitr title to
the greater parlt;ol the land on Which that
town now standii,.?:,and. has been-litigating
for some ye - ars to establishher claims. The
property - is estimated` to be worth about
half a million dollars; ceitansly
worth; trying fot;ind we - hope she will be'
successful.—Athens Gazttle. . 4 41 .
—Saturday last- being the 32d birth 4lay
anniversary of our esteemed tswrisnior,lr.
R. Hampson, some twenty of his friends
and neighbors made him a visit ih the eve
ning. * , (The a ff air had been kept a ;aectet
and Mr? H. was taken completely by Or
prise; but the evetiiegimsell very pleasteat
ly. The host was the recipient of it mainber
of 'handsome l . and. eppropiate preSents,
whichwill. serve as reminders of the . ood
will of the guests and the erijoyable occa
sioa . • '
Last MOnday; says the Athens Gazette, of
last Week,' Peter Wabrc!in, of New Albany,
purchased a tenni ofl horses of John Pete
son, and started - wstlr them for home, ac
companied,,by his son-in-law Leroy Jones,
'of this &Co. They' drove one horse. and
led the other behind, the, carriage; While
going through . the lower part of , the
. l Ulster narrows, a large' log slid down the
bill•above them, and struck the rear wheel
tif the wag on , -
throwing it -Over the lower
side 'of 'the road,and knocking the lead horse
down the bill also. The men, wagOn and
hose rolled down the bank about thirty feet
and labded in a pile of brush. The other
horse was freed by the accident, and ran to'
Ulster, adhere he was caught. Walbron
was badly cut and bruised, but Jones escap
ed with slight injury. The wagon was a
complete wreck," and the horse also injured.
It seems that men 'chopping trees above the .
road were in the 'habit of shOoting them
down the hill regardless
s of consequences,
and it is surprising that no one has been
huit before. . ,
Arricigements have' been made to start
at this,. place within a few weeks an exten
sive lagbn and carriage factory.. i.
well ' own manufacturer, Mr. Frank Dai
ley,_of Leona,' this 'coupty, was in town
'early tithe week, 'lurid made all arrange
mentsefor removing *his machinery from
thafplaceto oar village. , The factory 'fill
be near the railroad, and will nbces
sari] be quite extensive, as hp/expects to
manufacture abbut • one - thousand wagons
per year, 2mploying some thirty 'to 'forty
skilled i mechanics. Mr. Dailey has been
looking,,over both, Waverly 'and. Towanda,
but' concluded that Athens "ea 'the best
point for hilt to locate for many'reasons, an .
important one being that we have citizens
enterprising enough to give such industries
superior inducements to i locatb here. ' Our
neighboring towns must wahe np or Athens
will soonlesul them as '' .. iar in pbpulation as
she does in manufacturing interefts; The '
old town that has slumbervd between the
two rivers so many years is thoroughli
aroused and the enterprising men within it
are deteimined to push forward its growth
to the utmost. —Athens Gazette.
Aftst i ory of Batty Dungan. Trars4
JO well known
. that there are in tie
hays of persons in this 'and Other iitatils
many journals kept• by oflicerrvuul prisratet
in, Sullivan's campaign against the Six Na
tiOns in 1779, poisessing, great interest and
valueus connected with the incidents of
that memorable °dent. General dark of
Auburn rind Rev. David draft of. --Nirvana
in,g, Pa:, have perhaps more of these jani
nals than any men living: It is proposed
to collect these journals and publish them
along with the prom:dings Of the centen
nial in-1879 of Sullivan's march
throligh the wilderness of
. the galley of the
north branch of the Susquehanna, and the
wilds of Western New York. .
On the 29th• of Angust„lB79, a mann
meat was-ixompleted on the :battle ground
of the battle of Newtowno six miles below
this city. ;I : Upon its completion vorious ad
dresses were delivered. General Taylor
honored us with presence, as did also the
governors of New York, Pennsylvania,
and New Hampshire, rind many Other per
sons of distinction.
On the ad o(September, at Waterleo,
on the 16th of September, at Genera, and
on the 24th day Of September, at; Aurora,
N. Y';','issimdar ceiebnitioruitook place. - The
addrtsseis of Bev: David Craft, of Wyalus-,.
Pa., delivered at thew' cele
embody a vast amount of historical matter /
which inight, but for his indefatigable re
smirches, have passed. into 'oblivion. The
poem of Judge McMaster of Bath, deli
on the 100th anniventary oe i the battle at
Newtown, desems a' lies anamg the best
things of the kind in the English language.
General Sherman himself in his remarks'
on Ample; 29th at the OeletwatiOn of" the
battle of Newtown, gave Ekdlivan's, cash
paign preetnience over , his own "March to
the - Sea," inasmuch as . Sullivan had Air
I greater obstacles Wreteome, leading - as
*kap goi• 404000;:**44,:6:_is
' - A 1 0 3 4 11
In .to this ingE4 l4 i* l o 4 611 h: Pet
i omi- -.. -***( )
crixitgo4o *air 4 4 0 11 1 4 12 ` - ***
- conduct during ttielrinthitni* . *i;o/
P eni # lll44li r n ; itki r lieved
:and fuinrs _ generatiooik will 4', ivdbrifi
the memory of the man , and d o
meats of which he was ..the In;-
cordance these. Mesa a 411,Izazilleen
drafted and is now in tha hio#l ons_ fur
aniesnblynnin, 3fr,Otainor;_.: lt an:act:
to'pzovide for thaocanpdationi , an*
cation . 9 t the joudi of ,
dition Statist=their In 'the year
1779; under the Coad sbe, net of Major"Peniral
John &Mum. it :IA be -hoped - , that it
Sol pair bath- honses without
I,nedjereteeenstii reee4ers!,oBfleektien. - ,
lite next r gale= Mietal4; of tbe;Bred.;
foid County Teitibere' Aseociatioscwill be
had et airsick; Feb. 9 and
lowing Provanune will be ineeenisel:
Case—Cl.•P.- ' '="‘ -
Science in Conutins' - ' -
tlassDill in Minibus-1 Leta7:_laiuthigis.
kethods to Geography—AnniaiL.Mrie.
Analysis of Words-IL S. Naomi.
Trade Irladd *ad Often - OWNnt117:111gli
Lectarer—Dr. C. K. Ladd.
Itecitatitins bagiyantiy Frank` mv
don I.thd S i annie Roqkwelli, and dedoPia
don's by A. Dunham, C. X:Alnteliimam,
IL F. Lea and H . 8,. - Patmun: -
Conimitieo on Arrangementa. 7 3 , ,
Camp, Frank Landon, Mo ll ie Ifittan,lterair
Blocher, and Richard Nesbit.' . -
Committee on Mnsio—Belle .
Counnittee Queriesr.—Blbt - Spalding;
Annie M. Petrie, Lilla A. Brink, and Mrs.
Teachers' are requested to pinion quer- .
ies to be submitted to the committee, as
special attention will be given to the. sub
ject at this sessiol.
_Cites. W. thzit.noe, presiden t
rtilf .4 Rana, 'Secretary. " '
If a deliberate swift act of suicide is gill:
sidere,d a crime and a cowardly - ac n,,
what name should be given to a slow lin
gering and painful, &Strudel' of s man's
life, by his own hand l . And yet such *WO
happen all around: A man over taxes hiii
brain, his stomach, and his nerves, -day_
after day, week after week, .untsr. at hot,
ono fine morning he is utterly broken down.
Then he gets himself patched up somehoW
or another with an
while it temporarily mends Alp one part of
his frame, fatal:y bilious another and so he
goes on until he drops of his own accord
into the open hand of , death. Surely Sui
cide is not too severe a n a me for this. And
when therefore & man finds himself on this
road, let him pull up sharp: and seek some
natural divine remedy, pine enough and
simple enough to bring him back in to a
natural hale, cheerful state of health. At
Ae, present day there is but one remedy
which is ancient esiOnglt and simple enough
to dd this, namely Di.. ; Cleric Johnson's
Indian Blood syrup. Being purely com
posed of indigenotisr herbs, it is the only one
capable of touching the inspired delicate
fibres of the body, with sufficient gentleness,.
as well as certainty, and what it will cer
tainlY do, am be said in .1 few words.
It irAtorates the h Pinair' " the blood,
Tonei the stomach;. Regulates' the bowels
and kidneys, quiets the nerves; and gently
opens the pores of the skin.
The wind storm on the 18th inst. did con
siderable damage in this place, it blew the
weather gauge from the steeple of the Bap
tist' church, also the roof from the barn of
Ogden Varney, besides doing other damage.
Oblresidente say it was the matt severe
storm ever known here.
thir jovial and gentlemanly merchant;
N. -C. McKean is doing a good business.
Mahlon Allen has been doing a good busi
nesslately, biying and selling horses.
Oisr schcokistanght by Miss Emilia Web
ster, wbo is a thorough and oim of the best
otteachers. • • " .
The Sunday School of the baptist church
is to be continued through the svinter
Horace Spencer has just ;drifted a
singing school at the Union Church., Judg
ing from past apikuaiutunce with Mr, Spen
cer we beipeakgfor him success.
Miss Debbie Wheat, of - Tuniduumock, is
visiting at Mr. A. C. Fairchild's.
The drouth still continues in this Section,
some farmers having to go at least , a half
mile to water stock. More anon.
WIH T FRANKLIN.
Miss Liley Mosher, has• retnnned from a
week's visit at her uncl
MESS LIZZie Elliot, cd;bantpit, is visiting
her grand•parentsr Mr. and Mrs. T. R.
Davis of Athens, and her aunt Mrs. Jennie
P. Snell of Milan, several week's. -
Mr. Bert HolComb, of:Ulster, was a pleas
ant caller upon friends in Milan last -Bab-
The mums isinereased by three new ar
' "wds. A lliaby boy at Mr. George Page's,
one at Mr. . Henry HMI'S and one sit ; lChas;
Anthony's. - Loch out for war, When _the
new year presents,ao many for sailers:
Mr. and Mrs. It 8. 1 lirarner, celebrate
their golden wedding next Monday Feb. 5.
••Miss Dellis Sear* daughter of Dr. Sears
of Marshall, Texas, arrived at her ' grand: 1
parent's, Mr. Witzner's,•Tuesday evening.
She will remain' sometime. •
Mrs. E. A. Marsh, and daughter Mabel,
of Ithaca, Mrs. earland, Perpolds, and
daughter FloY, of Can were guests at
Mr. A. 0. Snell* last. Their, •
Our htrmers who are deprived of water
by the failure of their srall, are trying the
driven wellOnat. Stincessto,em. The
recent rain it is boiled ‘rill fill mute of the
dry Wells. - As it bfbe Most of our farmers
are supplied with *lbw and their cattle's
use, by dravring it, tram tie fiver. A cold
and laborite% bainiMi Ilir — tigh the pad
severecold weather. - ,
Oar little folks pie more eaciel than those
of cader,griietk sebt nek They had a
gleam, .stn prise party 'it Mr. , Nelson
Moshbr's, Thursday • evening for Master
Frank , and one' maid , Saturday
evenineat Mr.Rbert EihMiton's, foram;
ter Bruce, abd'his cotethi,
who is visiting him. -
:lir. Anson_ Moot* ,• and fait* have
remoied from Litchtkid to Eider.
'Anis!' 00410111 4414ta1c Mi. and Mrs.
of their - mai . ri4p) at their old
Lome is AthensTannety - 244: - ' A tmmber
oir their ',itbildres • grandchildrin and
great 'l:uMihatild heing•Premitt - Witk;othei
Mends ice fl or Ili* them enek an *Mud
evil& -11# poke of :the -tr
elm* Yt a , stud* aide; haw ,
eating as did Mr.
t 't l , - ; •
- - 4
_. ~,,, • ' -- 1 , ‘...'- - -" , 717, --"•• i -•--', - ---.71— • --' ',- - f ~7 ,:,.7..r?, - --,-, =- , =
Thrdiali*"l:4/reli*X-. .''''''-" ' - •'_':.A7r4l.lw airmoyi. „.
*Pilit;ritho o l 6o *** l ..: . - 14 5.-.l.ll__Dl ;.:The - itilioitii;iingtoiliiiirdidatad;..toilsk
itatinotleieoj 4 4 l 4r l 74Wml77 l iwit":riiejudiciorairtrads.that othei,'-pexim - i*
Vl*.Their -4W* ' 6 3 90 r .i :S! i Vizier* . esociated with 'me la.iny-z-frunitaus
.iniitheifi t Ojet" - **024011812, - earnalg*lnaliesel-ort - -:„Wain stook l'lrst Ward;'-'lb
ti4llCartiiicf`theinnfinCiiinz itc*- -wr ia 4 :J aa k etbkie ß ecti/ Ott isosi o V/ 1 3 4 14
~,., -•,_,.._, a - -I ;have ma partneriddp In they
1.0.7..Paing tnn cried , u.. l2ll ."Mis!fufs-c*,., - , "Ps, am canducthlgit ontuely on ray,:asda- ac
trc nr* , :- -- - ~..,:,- 1 - - -. 4 - - L.- -, I- .-- ' ; count. -• '•,tiritcm(lfitol4:,:•-
- .-'Mr. and Mrs.iSainnel L. Anthotw.--hive -- Towanda,l%., 'Oct. 11th, 1888::-.. -.,
'returned train an extended limit Sonde* ' _ , ..,„__. ~ . f.
.1 . 1 . : ,:-.-
__. f .._
N. - Y.a-whete llibcf - Antts o 4- laa 'a ' latter ; , ilolt; Zar l i t tlrsdnitso' VairgV i anni m s
Mie, 'Deka, farmerlyief -Bradford. ennty. . selling ewer than any other !imbuement
Tie. 80th, 1883. ',..;;,-.) ' - ...7. F._ : B.:i in Pcnnoiranin., _ , - ..,' :. :
-- -- - - , Scula,,l N. Y. , Dec : 1, 0 - 1879." , . , Go tO-WiinuialueP for wall papers, bcr
..,...,-.. .., a. ti...a.,& Ch urc h dere dodos , ohmic e dm. He has some. of
ofacyfhe ' ,,r‘wfwr ' ma' the a•••r"*"" the handseled wall and ceiling deanstions
here;l44-en lellaceted P h Y liklul .,,, J ., a aaat u," ' l a ,s,' ilin ever brought into Tomei*.
ad in practice ; huS am my ..R... ••••••••..7 r“y - 1
and atrial in:.many elvoniaT owes. - f' -- , ,
' crnYcor 'I reconmendedi Yncir -1 1 4). . . f -
'Bitters:in* wife, - whin lii been ,-- Low pried tell and per _ tell low prices
under,ruediced treat/licit d'Albany's bait can at_ftweineld's and ermine brn goods
physicians ravend years. She he become. And germ" price 3-:
thmetnthly, cured of her various coMplieW ' k
ed by their use. We both rem- Mn.' 0. A. BrAcc, Aev. •
then to prig Mull* marry of twinen bear Str:—The'"Davie Sewing Machine
have also been cured, of , tier ;mhz,m ail-
,- , -
"nu by t h an, , . Thaf..-E. B. w annna.. , a bceight ,. of . you some seven years . ago ps
~..., I ~r second machine ) has gm= pO
- Akmao Crittenden! Tn. at iontielent cf, lecbiatisfaction, doing all kinds of family
the Packer' Collegiate Institute! And in niwing winucit dorrepair, except k- new
New York last week:, fHe was sight-Y*4m shuttle just bought. i P. ,COSPT6if:
old, and began life as : a teacher iti,-tbe Al- -Fl
bony FemileAptcpm*. LOW baidmma
President of the richer Indite% , - idd held
the position tip to the timeof hie del*
*Whewthe' fountains of life 4sre not cor•
suited andepthittered by seep: lgt whip.
the functiona l Of Womanhood ' 'Oleg"-
narnud, womanlife is ble dunk with no
diecord to jar her delicate sans ties and
break the vital and organic huninsy. But
t'iWho suffer front vital and ',functiand
**tlii! bay. fou44 inimPdioe. Flakt!ind
a iisimatieukiaire ' E.
Ilidthaus's Vegetable Compund,
When the Senate. was Wad to
Wednesday of last Weak, Mr. "Butler, of
South Carolina, ; was the only Senator
sent. The Vice President said: "The
Senator from Smith Carolina will come to
crier," and after the prayer was delivered*
Mr. Butler moved a call of the Senate.' .
Meyer Bros., Bloomsburg, Ps., toys
"Brown's Iron Bitters is giving good satis
faction 'wherever it is used." _
Wm: M. • Marrison, WrighleVille,
says: ""I have found Brown'slion Bitters
to be a great appetizer and healiii-restoring
Judge B. F. Coleman, of Columbus, Ga.,
has written to Governor Stephenw protest
ing against the pardon of so many.denviets.
"Dr. Benson's Skin' Ctire erndioatedliny
pimples. They used to break aut,,,i.ontin
natty." Steve. -T. Harrison, Hi4ester,
N. • • al*: .
Gki - vernor Bates, of Tennessee wawieft an
orphan in early life. lie sen - iiid
:on` giTsteamboat between Ntuihvillitind New
Orleans; eidiated and fought, with- honor
through the BlexiCan clieea studii
ed law, and practised till the 61W:t / virtu.. be
glut, when he enlisted =II a dial
or those with weak lungs, spitting of blood;
bronchitis, dr kindred affections of throater
lungs, send two stamps for . Dr.' It:
Pierce'lC : treatise on these tnalidies.: A . d•
dress tlie r ,"doctor, Bufftdo, l N.Y,
General Grosvenor,- Of Ohio cannot be
ausirfwith" being a "pension frand.?' He
was feriently awarded nearly . 'under
the Airears of Pensions act, but he - ; has
turned theentire amount into the Treasury.
Viciani of excessive indulgence or youth-1
ful indiscretion* and irpiclous solitary
practices; suffering froti;Bremature DecaY
or old age, Nervous Debility, Lack of Self
confidence, Impaired Memory, Loss of Man.'
ly Powers, and kindred symptoms; `should
send three stamps for - large illustrated trea
=tise; giving means of certain cure, with
I numerous testimonials. : ;Address WoriWs
DtsPrasaav MEDICA!. AOCICIATION, Buffalo,
Rev. Dr. Lowell Smith 'end wife, who
were married at Brandon, 1rt.,1 4 in i 832,
litelY celebrated their golden wedding at
Honolulu, wheie they hags been TOusiml
aries for many years.
Dr. C. W. Benson's Celery and Cficimo
mile Pak' Are prepared 44 PresslY f;? . eu re
and will cure Headache of all kindis, :gen
ralgia„Nervousness and Dyspepsia.; 'Pro
ved and endorsed by physicians. 1 lm.
A $.OO ,Bcecard
The publishers of iiictledge'iMordh4 offer
twelve valuable rewards in , their 3is;cathly
for February, among which thesollow-
We will give42o.oo in gold to the *Mon
telling us which is the middld verso in the
Old Testament Scriptures by February 'loth,
1883. Shduld s two or more correct answers
be received, the reward will be divided.
The money will be forwarded te the winner
Febieary. Isth, 1883. Persons trying for
the reward must send 20 cents in silver (no
Postage stamps taken) with their answer,
for which the' will receive the Hum+ Mon
thly, in whiclithe name and address of the
winner of tlie;rewurd and, tho correct an
swer will be published. This may be worth
$20.00 to you cut it out. Addrem: 114T
LEDGE PCBLISIIING • COMPANY.-, - Easton,
Penna. j '
A World of Good 4
One of thepiost popular mdaicines now
before the Antirican public, is Hop . Bitters.
You see it everywhere. People take it with
good effect .It builds them up. It is not
as pleasant to the taste' as some other Bit-
tens, as it is not a 'whiskey drink. „It is
more like the old-fashioned bone-set tea,
that has done a .world good'. lf you
don't feel just right, try Hop
Fartnemand - othera. desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency_ business, by which Cl to
t2O a day can be earned, send address at
ones. on postal, to H. C. WILKIXSON & CO.,
19:i and 197 Fulton Street, New York.
Agents of both sexes, to sell the new and
novel Toy, "Ano Kato." s A firsi-elass
amusement for young folks. •
marei R. iic;ngs;
Inventor and M'f'r., I;rnioii Hotel, •
Step in at Rosenfield's and examine his
New Stock of Clothing being received every
—Freak lake doh and sit water flak at
V. M. Myer's market, linage skeet.
4 ; I Mayl9-tf
lraiseut ZetV /lair BO:Sorer.
It is entirely different 6=1;0 &Item It
is as clear as water, and, as its name indi
cates, is a perfect Vegetable Hair Restorer.
It will,immediately free the heed hum all
dandruff, restore gray hair' to its natural
'color s and produce a new' gr owth where it
has fallen_off. - It dons not in any manner
affect thalsealth,. which StaPhort Sugar of
Lead and Nitrate; °fibber- pesparatiosts
have dam. It wilt change_ liettAr faded
hair in eV few days to_ a.beautiful grtssl
brown. Ask your druggists for it.
bottle is warranted. Ste, Kullz & Co.,
Wholesale Agents, Philadelphia, and Hsu.
& Rumen., New York.
June, 1, 1882. I,y,
BAsh' Rimmed Ext,fw . Tatdes, and Ash
edroom Sets, are •-mil•Wit* • at the new .
Furniture Stare, hirdristseet, ,First Ward.
A - delicious . Floreston
Cologne, which is direr refreshing, no
metier howlreely unxi. 1' ' • '
ALDIHOH —ln Towanda; Dec. 27, of diph
theria, Leon Lee Aldrich, son of Brad
ford.andL Elam Aldrich, Aged 2 years 6
• menths and 16 days.
[Re f' luakflua $0 au - . 103 flu - 0t
*n*Waiehodlihnhreathing &tough the night
"Iliat breathing soft 'and,low,
As in his breast the wave ef life •
Kept•heaving to and fro.
So silently we seemed to speak •
So slowlymoved about,
As wo had lent him half our.powers
To ekiihis living out.
Our vett)hopes belied our fears, ,
Our fears our hopes believed,
We thought him dying when he slept
And sleeping when he died.
For when pie morn came dim and sad
And chill with early showers,
His quiet eyelids closed—he had _
Another morn than ours. '
Life's playful march for him is done,
He has gone home for rest,
Oh, weeping friends forget your grief
God knoweth what is best.
1 ; DIED.
Corrected every Wednesday
• STEVENS & LONG. '
Oeneral Dealers in GROCERIES AND PRODUCE
Corner of Mein and Pine Streets. -
TOWANDA, Pi. •
$3 2367 23
2 0062 50
Flouulper barrel ... ...
Buckwheat Flour; Ti l 100 .
Wheat. VI bushel ,
pc:newel. " • -.•
Apples Drieo,• 14 lb
Peaches • f• •• 12
Raspberries Dried 14 lb..
Pork.. -0 bnrrta• • •• •
• - 12
** ..... ,
Butter, inTubs a Firkins.
Butter. in Bolls " 22@25
Eggs • r
Clover Seed 9t bushel 27028
Timothy seed IP bushel—.
Beeswax, If lb
'Syracuse Salt VI —. 1 23
.Idichlgan Salt "barrel 140
Ashton Salt 25'3 00
Onions. 14 bushel GsOrp
INfiTrItTE. The teo^nd winter term or the
twenty-ninth year commen.x43loFDAY,
MARY 12th. The faculty has been enlarged.
buildings - thoroughly refitted and healed
by steam; -the accommodations increalsed,
and the 'school fitted to accommodate
its growing patronage. The , attendance 'ban
nearly doubled in 'seven years. For circulars.
catalogue, or • other varUculars , addresi the
Prinelptr. EDWIN E. qtrundix A. N..
• . .
pRATT .T. SMITH, D. b. S., • .
(sicotro noon 15011,111 or irowri.x. k co.) ~....
All kinds of Mecttanical and,Operative Dental.
Work done intrusted to his care. Treating dia=
eases oT the Gums and dive's' a specialty.
Letters of Adiainistration have been granted
to the undersigned upon the estate of Charles
Tayloi. late of Franklin Twp.. deceased. Notice
is hereby given.that all, persons having: Claims
against said estate must present theni4o eee
duly attested at once, and all persons owing
said estate wiltynake immediate payment,:
H. H. MOTT, Administrator.
Leßoy Twp., q. n.. 30,1883.
7cr The Happiness et Home.
From a Clergysisan's "llama
_Comes a Message Contain.-
in; the Wisdom tot, Ei;
Home is the centre of the social sistern.
From it 'proceeded the best and purest in
fluences felt in the world, and towards it
gravitate the tenderest hopes of humanity.
For it all good men labor while their work;
ing days last, 'and around •it their last
thoughtir linger lovingly when- those days
are done. • • ,
Yet home does not usually approach in ,
practice its own ideals. The • mother is
overtaxed with household duties sad , the
rearing and training of her children, while
-the father fights the outside battle to win
the wherewithal to meet expenses. • Sooner
or later care and toil leave their marks. It
is true enough, as Kingsley sings in the "
"Three Fishers," that
'..7den must work, and women must weep,'
but too muck work and weeping brush all
the bkiom from life's - fruit ,
-Mental amdel y :t i tg i .lick of,. Tit it , sad
wh ndues tre need of a diseases
° trus tworthy
tonic to give help and strength in times of
need. - Among the good women at; the
land who have found such a sure anchor is
Mrs. A: C. George, - wife of Bev. r; t h. C.
George, D. D., pastor of the Centenary M.
F. Church; of Chicago, whose words we
have her permissionto quote: „.
"I use PABIZR'S . GINGICR TONIC in my
family,' and can say that we are highly
pleased with it as a tonic. From my tex
paleness kilts value,l'recommend it as a
reliable family medi c ine." ' f' 4 _,. ~,.4 , .
Please note: first, Psnxzn's t ,, UINGEn
TC)rir is not a ?sere essence of Ginatr; sec
ond, it contitins nothing to create an appe
tite for intoriaztinl drinl.u; third, it is :a
splendid health.restoraiintfor all who super
from disordered 'Liver or Kidneys or any
disease arising from indigestion and impure
blood. Accept no substitnte for it. Prices,
50c. and $1 per bottle. It •is cheaper to
buy the larger size. Hiscox & Co., New
York. - Flml . I
tit% I abut fad
CAPECAL PAID 1N...5125,000
SURPLUS FUND. 80.0%
;los Bank offers 1111: facilities fc
the tranesetiOu of a • general
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. Absolutely' Pure.
This posider never varies. - J. marvel of purity,
strength and wholesoinenele.; Ilore,teonondeal
than the ordinal,' ldndt, and cannot be sold In
competitten with.De multitude Of low test, short
;weight, Own or phosphate powders. gold mar
An cans. Rout. Hamm Pownia Co.. 108 Wall
street, N. Y. • • 20july82
LICENSES.--Notipe is hereby - given
that 'tbe following applications far 4 license
for .Hotels. Eating Rouses, and Merchant Deal•
era, have beeen tiled in this' office and 'will be
`Sessind for allowance at the Court of Quarter
ons on Monday Febnary 5,1883. at 2 o'clock
S.ll. Brown. * Towanda Dor°. Ist Ward.
Sainuel Walbridge, do. Atr. Dit Ward.
Henry_ Grace. do. ,;do. 'lst Wart.
Geo. 11. Stimson. Athol.' d0...1et Ward.
Chas. o.lholtb, Monroe do.
Cleo. H. McGonegal, Troy do.
Geo. 11. DeWitt.; Canton do..
James". Fox, do. - do.
Ira H. Smith,-Alba ." do.
IL IP. Pitts. Sylvania, do.
Chas. E. Bartlett. Wysor, Twp.
Joseph Causer. Springftfld Twp.
Der.nis Dond, ..Graver," Canton Twp.:
M. a. Forest, Ulster Two.
Jno. A. Briggs, •Alitayrs" Athens
Geo. Litzleman, Borlingtoe.Boro.
James. W. Willcox, New AlbanYilloro.,"
: %rstuniatrr net:sta.
Jno. Sullivan Towanda Bozo. 2d Ward:
Michael 4 4,!ddlay. Athens do: lit Ward.
Lynch analkanitn. odayre" Athens Twp.
Jno Cummiakey. Athena Itoro. let" Ward.
0. L. Jordan. Athena Boro. lit Ward.
- iirsCl HOME.
Fred L„ilmlW 'Towanda BOro.-lat Ward.
J. F. Carman, do. do. - 2d Ward. ' '
Wm Bolan, Alo. do. Ist Ward.
Jag Noma'. Jr., $10.4 f. d0„...,2d Ward.
James B. Vanneat, LeltoT TWP. • •
O. D. Holcomb, do. - do.
Geo. 0. Donnell, Canton' Boro. •
Walter M. Carpenter, Canton Boro.
Jno'. O. Bennis. Barclay.
Smith L. Nichols, Burlinguni Boro. •
_Jan. 9, 1883. GEEL W. BLACKMAN, Clerk
rXECUTORS' NOTICE.— Letters
14 testamentary having been granted to the.
undersigned, under the Eat will and testament
of John H. Scott, late ;of Monroe township,"
deceased, all persons - indekted to the
estate of said decedent_ are hereby notified to ,
make immediate tiayment, and all having Claims
against sald'estate mist present the same duly
authenticated to the undersigned for settlement.
- CHAS: SCOTT: -
• WINFIELD SCOTT,
Monroe, , ',scent:ors.
7 BOOS 00
N. 8„ EWINC, moms: AGENT; •
1127 Cliestnut Street, • - • Philadelphia, Pa
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EVHICiIIt VALLEY . * PIINSUGAND-
A 7/ • 11111EW,,YORIL RAMROADIL
- ARRANOE4 ' lET — lsti 7 l RAIN—
TO TAKE EFFICOT ACT.°'3otl4 T
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Ithaca. •• 'i
Auburn. -- 1 . '',
Arena P , i
Whin . 4
Millar . I ,
annurterSeld. - 1 ..
Irreneh wialusin town ig . ..
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Learyville • ' : - 41.43-
Skinners L'4y , - ' 1..., .k. ,
, I .1
U eboopany :. 1 .
l'inkhannok - " 112J1.2 4.a
Lk U'June's .._ ,:.. ..... I 1100
101k:•-Barre • 1.30
Wanurithunk' ' 3.40
ellestown .4.. - 4.; i 4.37
Bethlehem ' 4.55
Philadelphia ••••• 6. 5 0
Sew York .. •••;• 1 0• 55 i •••i • 8 • 011
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Philadelphia 'r S.OO l .... 940
_Easton t 0.2 p.. 10.20
Bethlehem t ' 9.00 1 . : 1 10.46
Allentown • .....10.65& ....'10.54
Mauch Chunk... i 1.1 0 1.111.15
Wilkes-Barre - l' . 1.15 71.1 1/
I. k B Junction ,1. 14.0) 2.
Palls 1 .. . 8.20, ~
LaGrange 1 .... E 4441
Tunkhannock ....... .3.21 1 8.051
ffehoopany l ' 9.19.
Ileshoppen ,i I '....1 9.261
Skinner's Eddy..li.. - .-. i ....i O.‘M.
Lacerville ... • t 5.10 1 '9.50;
Frenchtnwn ; ....'10.22.
ertannerileld • 1.....,10.31 1
Standing Stone' , .; ....110.37 1 1
Wysankingf .. 111.40
Towanda .... ' 1 1:00 1 10414;
Ulster - ' i .... 1 '.11.12,
Milan ' 1 ....11L22 1
&then. ' 1, 4.3111.311
Sayre.: ' 4.40 1 11.407
Waverly ... - 14.50111.55
321e6ves Wyalushig it6:oo, A. M., French -
town 6.ls.,Rnmmerffeld 6.2 J, Standin Stone 6.31
Wnauking, 6.40. Towanda 6.32. Ulster' I.pe,
Milan 7:16 Athens 7:25. SaYlw 7: C. WA*.
Li 7:55. arriving at Elmira 8:50., A. M.
N 0.31 lessee Elmira 5:15 P. M., Waverly 1:00,
Sayre 6:15. Athens 6:20. Milan. 6:30, Ulster 6:40,
Towanda 6.t53, WY...tanking 7:05. Standing Stone
1.14, Rummertleld . :22, Frenchtown 7:32. - anti,
tug at Wysinsing at 7:454 P. M.
Trains 8 and 15 run dally:' Sleeping cars on
trains 8 and 15 between Nbigara Falls and Phila
delphia and between Lyons and New York with
out changes. • Trains 2 and 9 %11l run through
between Buffalo andliew York and Philadelphia
with parlor cars attached.
Wars, rA.,,0tt.;0,1882. k• N. Y. U.U. - •
Auburn Faun Wagons
These splendid wigwam are winning, golden.
opinions everywhere, and will Voir doss inspeo.
lion. They possess many advantsgre. ,All are
_.- - . forniAVaiions.li. - -:, -
brime3o and O'Neill ibiggiell.-oPen and top. tII
variety to snit, and vices very low. Au wagons
warranted Ant elan. AU parties desiring to
buy segular - "whalebone" wagons at very low
prizes are invited to give toe a call. Special.- in.
ducementa to cash buyers.
ghellers.- _ `..:.
Cornell, Hocking VsEley, •Clinton,'- New Tort,
Hunan and otberCornghallere In variety to mat
in price and capacity. Excellent skeins from
$640 and upwardi:
Just received another Carload of this superior
and viarrs4tod cement. Price per barrel.
Pierce's and Other
"Warranted to be, AT TIE LEAST, equal to the
best other paint hs the market, and sold at less
prices. Also Linseed OU, Putty, if:
Wiard Chilled Plows.
These plows ererywhere, when brought into
close trial and comparison with other "chilled
plows, have proveid to be the beat in use. -
Towanda. Pa' ;Nov. Tat,
BUFFALO, WOLF, GOAT'
_AIM OTUZ3. •-
Carriage and Sleigh Robes„,,B4e. Xsts. Bells,
Horse Blzultots. Bnrcingles, etc."
. HAND-BADE HARNESS.
Of excellent quality. st prices to - fskit. It you
went &COMPLETE sw .lrir of Carriage or
illelgh—all but the for theIGIT-. BEST
CASH BARGAINS . cell me. , •;-
•t - .• •
I. R. IL WELLES.
Towanda, Nov. 29 . -
if you wants FIRST-CLASH swell oody cutter.
the very beat in the market, for use the miming
winter, please give me a ail. " Special induce.
merits to EARLY and CAM buyers: /3ettn.bus
early.. 'The stock in market le Likely to be lunch
less than last aeuon. '
Towandi. Ps., Nov. /. 1882. -
11:rAnl! A. Font3 l .4 i nessepatilir . . Look re,,
sr Ten year'ezioertanno.-.
pliantl maker so an Dimon for no services 4aaless ,a.
- be grted. Prelindurp wcarainatiOs
the Patent (Mess to the patentability otos In‘
Untion nu. Bend' sketch or :soda OW: dio
Nice and s report. will be :Dade u to Ingowo*
billir aobtaining a patent:
special sits:Mow MVPS to rejected apdtice•
tions in the hands of-others. . • -
• H. B. Holston :lion: Geo. P. Ttiorandis; - of
Vermont ; Hon. Inivl4 IM*l9 sad Oes.lobai a.
Loon, of Illinois : Boa. IOW; H. Mk of Hoov
es; Ross. L. Q. C. Lunar. of Xissinon.s M.
Milani. &mot Illinois; the Heis.Coniadsollaw '
oliPstents aha Cotps of Zzatplallal sad timi
vistor stab Msgr. - 1
for Wonky and instriouons.- . '
•-• giou•.! larkaiTC.;
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R. M. WELLES.
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