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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

Railroad Time-Tables. BARCLAY R.R. TIME-TABLE. TAKES EFFECT JAN. 1, 1882! RAINS * ¦ ~~~r. ^TRAINS NORTH. ,-]• ' SOUTH. \0 ~-j-\ \; STATIONS. !~3 I » - fly Ace'I ' US- Way all. Hon: |tlon.|Mall ' ii .kM.C", "iZSTpTii 5.209.20!Ar. ...TowandaI.;. Dep.j 6.17 3.15 3.03 9.05Dep. .... Monroe.... Ar. 0.35 3J0 B.oi 9M>Ar.' Monroe...; Dep. 6.11 3.31 5.68'8.691 " ..Maaontown.. •• { 6.47 3JS 5.538.5i| " ..Greenwood.. " i 6.62 3.40 5.45 8.46 " ....Westons ... •• j 7.00 3.47 5.39*8-38i" ....Summit.... '• ;*7.ll '3M 5.35 •S.SSl" ....Lamoks.... " |»7.15 *3M 5 31 8.31 " LongVaBeyJuno '• 7.19 4.02 5.20 8.15>Dep. ¦ Foo^ of Plane. Ar. i 7.37[ 4.16 • Indicates that trains do not atop. F F.LYOS, mrS2 Bap't and Eng'r, Barclay, Pa. ' s " *

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

:¦ LEHIGH VALLEY * PSNNA. AND NEW YORK BAILROAPS. ARBANGEMENT OF PABBESGEB TBAIS8. TO TIKE EFFECT JAN. Ut, 1889. -;•;. - - . Ji*ur t''^:". " • T'--^V^;V*, Tw rinJ ^^7^.y"'"i V: - :"^'"^-t"-"*" ¦' '"^'*. "¦ EA8TW*sltb'. ''''' ^ ,—; , STATIONS. 15 9 7 3 •' ~ . P.M.AJI.A.M.P.M. tissaraFaUa 3.05 7.20..... 7.15 Juffalo ' 2.M 8.25 9.20 Rochester 5.15 10,05 i,yons .......: .: O.aO 11.05 ., leneva 6.56 11.301. .-. [thaca.. 8.33] 1.00r tnbnrn ..-. 5.15:11.05 Jwogo. 8.50 1.35..... Elmira 9.10 .1.451 9.00 3.45 ffaverly «.«8 2.10 9.40 4 15 Jayre 10.10 2.3010.00 4.30 Uhens H>.« 2.3410.05 4.34 ailan ....| •' ¦ 10.18 rrister ^..-1 10.25... .... rowsnda »0*6 3.001043 505 ffyaanklng .?...'.- W>5« 5.13 Standing Stone 11\03„... Rummerfield ¦ '•• UslO-5.26 Frenchtown < 11.19,.... Wyalusing .-..j-3.36 11 JO 6.43 LaceyvUle .11.42 3.6711.50 6.03 Skinner's Eddy 11.63 6.07 Mesboppen 4.1212.10 6.23 Mehoopany 12-16 0.28 Tunkhannock 12.23 4.35 1.00 7.10 LaGrange • !¦«> 7.20 taUs ....

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

V ] - i Lafayette House, Corner Second and B sheets Norlhwest, near Pennsylvania Avenue. ] WASHINGTON, D. C. Within a square of the Capitol. Street cars pass sear the door to aU parts of the city. Convenient to the depots. This is just the hotel for Pennsylvanians visiting the National Capital. Booms well furnished"; and the cleanest and best beds in tho city. ¦ Table first class. Booms and board from: $2 to $3 per day. Reduced rates by tuej»ee$t"dr month. t - WILLIAMJSAJfDERSON, • 1 • Proprietor. 1 Late of the Congressional Hotel, Capitol HU1. Janll-tf • '•

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

THE I Towanda 5 ct. Store M^VIIV (STREET, (NEXT DOOB TO FELCH k CO. Is prepared to'offer a complete assort ment of DRY AND FANCY 800DS, ii; Crockery, Glassware, WHITE and DECORATED CHINA. Latest designs and patterns of MAJOLICA WARE, BIRD GAGES, SATCHELS, &C. For the coniing Spring Trade, we adhere as heretofore to our established principle—that a quick sale with a small profit is better than a slow one with a large profit—and therefore our prices in any line of goods will compare favorable with the prices of any other house. ; - ? I®*We endeavor to sell the best article for the least possible money.

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

. LOEWUS A FREIMUTH. myG-tf jCS A. N.NELS0N ; /fCHft WATCHES; flHy^^d^HnKB OOLDAgD PLATED of evary variety, and Spectadea. JVPartlcnl , AUntlonpaidtorepalrlnf. Shop In Decker i Voughfa arocery Store, Main Street, Towanda,

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

] Miscellaneous Advertisements. A^fiSBiiitTRAir^^ M ACIUNERY OF BEST ASO LKADOfO EIHS& ; R. M. WELLES, i Wholesale and Betall Dealer, TO WAN PA, PA. SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, CoexceUed and nneqnaled fer thorongbpreparatlonof aU plowed (toond tor crops.. They win mini liiisiilitsi jiiH muj lingitfBl iim win pot It In, and aho^ placed* tneTrrato drUl in preparation of the aoU. It ahonld be used, by all means, upon faU plowed ground. They are remarkably adapted to rough and atony, a* well aa for smooth soils. Send for Circular*. Town* ship agents wanted. WIARD CHILLED FLOWS. Those are tho very beat chilled plows in the -.market for general purposes, and upon ail kinds of ground. - 1 ask for fair and thorough test-trials for these plows in competition with the other leadchiltatplows.. The Wiard Plows are warranted to be decidedly the best, and greatly superior to sB pther plowa for hard and stony ground. I believe nearly every farmer will buy these plows when he becomes acquainted...

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

fifio. ii. moss Now occupies the Corner Store opposite Dr. H. C. Porter's Drug Store, Main Steeet, 1 with a large stock of aKOCERIES, OF THE BEST QUALITY. Mr. Bos* has AvoTHiaSTOBC oiBanMnBzfuarr J. L. Schoonover 1* clerk. The two stores arc connected by Telephone. Mr. Boss can now feel aallaned that he can give, the : BESf GtOODS fob the LEAST MONEY His experience enables him to select the best good*, which he unbound to sell at a LOW PRICE. You can always get a bargain if you BUT YOUB GROCERIES AT ROSS'S. All good* deUvsred la the Borough FBKE. FABlllBSwfll do well to caU with their Produe and get the CASH. aOaprt»ly. HOTEL FOB SALE.—I offer the American Hotel property lot sal* at* grew bargain. Th* Hotel may b* Men on th» cornel of Bridge and Water stn*t*4n Towanda Borough It 1* on* of th* best and most central location in the place. Tker* i* •good tam connects with the property. The fre* hrtdg* and an depot near to it mas* tin* Hotel deairablato any one wishing to aagag* ia ...

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

And had One of His - 26 CENT DINNERS Kfeb284Sn

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

fFon tb» Bx»CBimur.] < WBAT8 IN AlfAMB? | ;'"bt».*•.*. '.| j •'_. Yooaakfor my autograph—What's in a name; ¦ One little paragraph— " End* aU the attne.: When death's dsrk wave O'er us shall aweep. Who will remember ua? ¦ Who for us weep? . Fame, wealth and honor, ' ' Bif has and power. ' Win they avail n* aught "¦ . '¦ In that hut hour f ' In the "Book of Remembrance," Kept by Grsl's love, ShaU the names of th* faithful Be enrolled above. Mojut, Pa.

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

nawswi SKINEY MEN. "weua neauB nonower nswns and vigor, core* DyvptntJa, tmpotenoa. Bexnal DobiUty. II.

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

THURSDAY, MAY 25, 188a Repuulican State Ticket FOB GOVERNOR, Gex. JAMES A. BEAVER, of Centre Co. UECTENAJfT-GOVEBSOB, - ! WILLIAM T. DAYTES/of Bradford Co.; JtDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT, ¦ WILLIAM HENRY RAWLE, of Phila' , delphia. -. SECBETABY OF INTERNA!. AFFATBS, JOHN M. GREER, of Butler Co. CONGRESSMAN-AT-£XROE, THOMAS M. MARSHALL, of Allegheny The,next Governor of Pennsylvania will work like a Beaver to pile up a big majority. •'•!'.• Twenty-three thousand, five hundred emigrants arrived at New York during last week, the largest number on record. ___ mmmm t^jv^- An.exchange suggests that if we had any navy to might sanil it to tow that, iwf liberating ice-berg off into the Gulf-stream. Tho Williamsport Gazette and Bulletin remarks: "The Independents no longer have a grievance, but a -few of them are mad even about that.'' Mr. Rawle's letter of ..acceptance of the "^Republican nomination ,for Judge of the ; Supreme Court has been received by Chairman Lear, of the Harr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. i W***u*WM» .».C., MaJ «*,18Mt ! KEKATOB MtTCHEL'S BEVOtT.: ' The Itep^bUcan members of the Pennsylvania delegation In CoBKress, with one or ~two exceptions; express deep regret Ithat' causesCwhich might have been avoided, and for the good of the party should have been avoided, have led to the revolutionary ' movement headed by Senator Mitchell. While they do not agree with Senator Cameron, and his political methods, they do not think that Senator Mitchell is justified by the circumstances in, his attempt to defeat the regular ticket in Pennsylvania^ Not a single Republican member from that State, with possibly the exception of Mr. Bayne, of Allegheny, will co-.operate in . the movement.. They, nevertheless, do not underestimate the consequences j that may result to the Republican party in Pennsylvania from auch ft revolt. The ''Stalwart" Republicans affect to belittle the inovement and say "it will amount to nothing," but in truth and soberness, th...

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS John Brown, M. D., of Edinburg, the well-known author, is dead. The coronation of the Czar will take place at Moscow on September 6. The German Government has prohibited boys under sixteen from pang tobacco. Montgomery Blair thinks of running 1 for Congress in the Sixth Maryland district! c Mark Twain-will spend ..the summer at Elmira N. Y., writing his "book on the Mississippi. . •! Ex-Governor Fenton of New York refuses to let his neighbors send him to congress this time. ]| It is said that President Arthur will visit no less than twenty-five different watering places this season. Governor Plaisted of Maine ¦ wants .it distictly understood all around that he ir a stalwart greenbacker. ' ¦'¦ . James Tick, the well-known seedsman and florist of Rochester^ N. Y., died in that city last week, aged sixty-four years. Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes is said to have received $8 a lino] from the Boston Globe for his poem on Garfield's death. Senator Davies will make a...

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

GENERAL GLEANINGS A pure strengthening tonic, free from whiskey and alcohol, 'cures' dyspepsia, and similar diseases. It has never been equaled. Brown's Iron Bitters. An expert report* that the embezzlement of Stuart, the ex-secretary of the board of education in Brooklyn, N-. Y., foots up nearly a quarter of a million dollars. , A Columbus, Ga., chicken thief had two, trained dogs that entered a poultry house, caught the fowls by the neek, killed them carefully and brought them singly to their master. '¦ The Indiana State Medical Society, at its recent annual meeting, required a member to apologize for having recommended 4 physician for an office who did hot belong to the regular school. ' 1A great fire occurred at Lyons, France, destroying, a number of workshops and other buildings. It is believed to have been of incendiary origin. Three thousand persons are thrown out of employment. The loss is .€160,000. Asbury Park, on'the'Jersey seacoast, threatens to become the Bright...

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

TMMU COUNTY INDEPENDENTS The Wellsboro '-Agitator gives the following summary of the proceedings of the Independent Mass Meeting in that place on Saturday last: The Muss-Convenl ion called to select delegates to represent the Independent Republicans of Tioga county in the State Convention to be held at Philadelphia to-morrow, met at the Court-house in this borough . last Saturday?aft*rtoon, and was attended by leading members of the party from the different parts'of the county., The court-room was filled, and sprinkled through the audience were a few Democrats and Cameron men, who were evidentlv much interested in the pro ceedings. I; At about 2:30 J. W. Mather, Esq , called the meeting to order and nominated Mfr. Henry Hollands, of Blossburg, tor| Chairman. On taking the chair Mr. Hollands read the call for the Convention, but said he would not undertake to read the hundreds of names signed to it. Mr. J. B. Potter then nominated the following list of Vice Presidents and Sec...

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

' Guiteau Heard From. ., Washington, May 19.—Guiteau has addressed the following letter to the Sitar for publication: ''I tell the American people and its officials, from the Executive down to the ^ court in banc, who are reviewing my case > that I tell the truth, and lie not, when I say I am God's man in.the matter of President Garfield's removal, and that if a hair of my head is harmed the Almighty will make the officials that do it suffer for it. If I was outside I would lecture, under the auspices of some bureau, on religious subjects. One of my subjects would be 'Paul the Apostle, and kindred topics, j If my time [has come to leave this world, I am willing, but I want the officials that murder me on the gallows to understand the issue. If they murder me they will incur the wrath of Almighty God, and it will be a long time before He 1< ts up on them and this nation. The devils that crucified the despi<Kd Gallilean thought they were doing God's servic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

The Odd Fellows. ¦: JtlABBisBUBo, may it>.—me urana Encampment of the Independant Order of Odd Fellows began its annual session in this city, this morning. There was a large representation present. The morning session was devoted to receiving reports from the Grand Patriarch. Secretary, Treasurer, Finance Committee and Committee of Appeals The reports exibited a most prosperous condition of the encampment, the Secretary's report showing a membership of over 10,000. The installation of officers, will take place thislafternoon and a special; session will be i held . tonight for the purpose of. conferring* degreesv-'-~ ; MErraa Of The Gr$nd Lodge. ,. HiBBiBBtmo, May 16.—The Grand Lodge of Odd Pellcws opened its annuul 'session here this morning, Grand Master Robert E. Wright, jr., presiding, f Over 700 delegates are in atterdanee.;' The morning session was devotckl to a reception of reports from the Grand Master, Grand Scribe and Grand Secretary, and the Committees on Fi...

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

STRONG FACTS! A great many people are asking what particular troubles Brown's Ikon Bitters is good for. It will cure Hear t Disease, Paralysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Consumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and all similar diseases. Its wonderful curative power is simply because it purifies and enriches the blood, thus!beginning at the foundation, and by building up the system, drives outVall disease. A Lady Cured of Rheumatism Baltimore, Mdi, May 7,18S0. ' My. health was much shattered by ' Rheumatism when I commenced taking Brown's Iron Bitters, and I scarcely had strength enough to attend to my daileihouichold duties. . _ .- lata now using the third bottle and I am regaining strength daily, and I cheerfully recommend it to all.' I cannot say to6 much in praise - of it. Mrs. Maey E. Bhashuik, I . ji73 Prestmanst. Kidney Disease Cured ChrUtiansburg, Vx, l83r. Suffering front kidney disease from which I could set bo relief, I tried Brown's iron Bitters, which cur...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

NEW MODEL EUREKA MOWER WITH CEN'TRrt-DRAFT FRONT CUT iCan Mow Baek and Forth on Same! Side of I Field. . ¦ . ¦ ¥ '.-'; OVER 100 EUREKA'S SOLI) IN BRADFORD,COUNT I' iXsT YEAR WHICH SHOWS WHAT FARMERS AT HOME THINK OF THFT.M. WiU cut a all-foot ewath aa easy; as a aldel-cut machine will cut four feet.^na k-«s Ann. It also loaves tho grais in auch condition that it will enra In onc-ialt the time, andjlispent* with the useof the Hay Tedder. H la.eapeclally adapted' to tho cutting of Green Fodder 6r£6. stTage. A thorough trial is requested front aU contemplating the purchaie of a mowerjbs eomiD^ season. SeudJbr deacriptivo circuUr, or call on ? EUBEKA MOWER CO., Towanda. i<». K. L. BEIBD3LEE, Warrenham. H. L. BOOO, Tuacarora VaUay.¦' O. W. 15ESLEY. Anstlavllle. E.G. VAX fiVKE, East Canton. 03. The EUBEKA MOWElt la now mannfteturoa only at Mowanda, Pa. The Company Us been thoroughly reorganized, comprising men of expsrience, ability and abundant capital. s0 care or expe...

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

Steven's & Long Gf-ncral Dealers in - ¦ ~ ' ¦ r ¦ .GrEDCERIUS, PROVISIONS, Art COUNTRY PRODUCE HAVE EEK0V£D| '* - , . To their new itoro, COB- MAIN AND FINE STS. - - - \ ' . (The oil 1 (and ol F02, £ totenj k Meresr.! ^ They invite attention to tbeir complete assortment and very lar^e stock ol~. >' , ' ' . ' ¦ " ¦ ' ' ' ¦ 1 Choice New Goods, which they ! i '.' ¦*? r 1 • ¦ - / . !; . , have always on hand. ,'-' .' I ¦ - ' . ' f'| • . : 1. ¦¦• ESPECIAL AHENTIQ?. GIVEN ' ' ' ' ' / ' . '• . ' ' '¦ ¦ To the . PRODUCE TEADE E ' --f'- n And Cush Puiil for i)f>imii'ie Kinds. ?• - . I 1- ;" - • ' ' ' ' - ' M. J. LOSO. GEO. STEVESP. | £ Cl / m H I w \ - \ ¦'- I r- j i I .in - - |

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