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

u BETTER TO LEAD THAN FOLLOW!;' A GOOD MAXIM. BUT $0TALWAYS TRUE. <¦. i It is better to follow H, JACOBS The old and Reliable Dealer in Ready-Made Clothing, From his old stand. (Xo. 2. P«tto'n-> Block,) to bis NEW LOCATION m»]_': large nud commodins store, ."No.. ¦1Z1> Main Street, formerly occm>i«r-by ME. Sollomon & Son, (oiie door, horili ofiFelch & Co.,) where be is now <ru with.a.fiill and C6mplet» Stock of, Fashionable ' SPEING AND SUMMER READY-MADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS, GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS ,^ TRAVELING BAGS, UMBRELLAS, ciNES, ACMEN'S, BOY'S YOUTH'S and. CHILDREN'S fall and complete suits of all grades and price?. ; While he aims"to lead..thetrade, bo -. aska bis old (riends and everybody e.i^ to follow him to bis new" location, where ho will fit them out in the highest stjw of urt at the lowest prices. Cone ^ ; H. JaCOBt Towanda, Pa., April 0,18S&^__ v_

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

TOB PRINTING OF ALLKlNpS O done at short notict) and teaw»«>w raw the Rsrcnuctiwjgca.

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

JUDSON HOL0O5IB. I Pbowjuetobj. 0HA8. L. TBAOV, J man^iy^^ ~^ JVDSON IIOLCOMll, MMtor. CBAS. IT. AILXN, Attoelate Editor. "w::^»^otetaS^5'*^»a"^^I; \petent officers, and no stealing." - Harpers i Weekly. ^iaW Entered la the Post Offlce at towanda as SEfOSD CUSS MATTER.

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

UJHUU 1UIU u» wvniag b ¦ WiiiwMMMMw+a^aaasaaiiai .lili I I j awaa^awasMawai¦¦ ia),,!¦¦¦ iii aa.n . ••'• *' "***'"-*»¦• '.»'- *i ''l ' ' l%''-/ . i . . .^, I ' . «tll -t-' -at:' — lL-~' uw uarrnw^rg huver force tnut H haw. employed toe years befi^--^;r f.ss'i^.'.:;--.-v >. ; v'N--;. ..:'"•;"'"• Sixteea new puddling fnraace* wereUght' edmis^P sunter'smiua, Phtsborg, Pk., a fowds^sJBw.^./';;;.;;-:..;. ;.;:J:. ¦¦' '."¦-.-llio potiee of Wilkes-Borre have been directed to stop the sale of cows and horses to the public square of that city. ' . An effective medicine for kidney diseases, low fevers and; nervous prostration, and well worthy of a» trial, u Brown's Iron llit|e».!;;.; jii.H.-v. ". ' ^"- ' \j -;-;'. Hazletoa^jLuzerno county, has about 100 licensed and about 50 nnucensed saloons, making one' drinking place to about every flttv iftnftliiftatifa. ^~ v—^^^ —" >^ It beatimated that^l00 ,000,000 -^feet of logs wrat into WnHainsport on the high water last week. It wa...

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

| BhsMBk»y VZ,TDH8DAI.JB STAZ-3r t£&£^%I LORD CLYDE. Will make the season of 1833, at the farm of the subscriber one mile went of the village of EaatSmithflcld. Both Sire anil Dani imported, bred by Wm. Croisit-r. Nor.hpart, h'mii IihaJ. As wa Rive breeders panio and sdilrefa we can assure patrons, thai we are not ofTerinp; tho services of a grade borss. Teuu-s:—J15. W. A. WOOD, Ea»t SjirrnriEtD, Pa., April Cr-Gm.*

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

AUDITORJS NOTICE.—Estate of f\ Jacob' Dawttt, lata of Towanda borough, deceased, in'tho Orphan'* Court uf Bradford County. * . The undersigns*! , an Auditor appointed bj aald Court'wanaks distribution o» funds belonging to laid estate found in the hands of tho administrators of said estate, will attend to the duties of bis appointment at Us office In Towanda borough. In said county, on FKIDAY, the 0th day of J,UNE. 1882. at 10 o'clock a.m.. St which time' and place all persons having claims against said fond must present them or be forever debarred from coming In upon the same. 3. p. KEENEY, Auditor. Towanda, Pa., May 16, ltua. 4tt

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

TPjqSCUTOJt'S NOTICE. —Letters JU'testamentary bsvtqg been granted to the nnderaUned, under the last wlU and testament of ponia ataria Montanye. lata of Towanda borough, deceased, all persona Indebted to the estate of aald decadent are hereby notified to mass Immediate payment, and all having claims against saia estate must present the same duly authenticated to th* undersigned for settlement. . IBA B. HTJifPHBEr, Executor. Towanda, Pa., Kay 18,1881. ¦ ' ¦!- . . ; ¦ ¦ ¦ -. ./- ¦ :'i ¦ :-. ,..

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

.PLATFORM WAGON3, TOP AND- | £ OPEK BTJQOIES for sale at dc-clded bargains' Cl A larze number of superior make and Onlsh. • C. t. TBACY-. - UEXIIY STEEETEB. Towanda. April 27-lm' " ' •_• ADMINISi?RAT0E'S NOTICE. Estate ofiWilllara nunyan, deceased, late of the township oi Granville, Bradford county. Pa; Letters of administration having been issued nut of tho Orphan's Court of Bradford county to the nnderslgned upon tho estate of the above named decedent, notice is therefore hereby uiven that aU persons Indebted to the estate above named must make immediate payment, / and all persons having claims against the jacie m must presenf them duly authenticated for set-. H tlement te4eie. • I w s| ANDBEW BUSYAK, \ GEO. L. BUNYAS, C April 10, lssa-Cw* Adminiatrators. " ASSIGNEE'S N(mCE ~ — In the A matter of the voluntary assignment of B. 8, Tears, and B. 8. Tears .t son. The undersigned Asslgntie would give notice that all persons indebted to B. 8. Tx-srs, a'nd 3-. S. Tears k Son must make...

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

- . ^ >' , 1 ! i r 1 !; ,'-f'| ' . ' . E n ?• 1- i n fli.iro - Ll»lJi II I U \JU liU« ! ¦; ..: —-•?—-— ' ¦ ¦ \ FALL AND WINTER " , 1881 ' yy: . , ~ ---j- ¦;¦'- ATTENTION IS INVITED to oar I first-class; %i r HeatngStoYss J : . Tlipy are too well known to require- uuy commcudation— '. , -. i - j New Hecla, i Westminster, I Crown Jewel. We uLsoUave n line of CHEAP BASE BURNERS, the best of their class-in the market, and well''adapted for sup- -plyi.isg u'drrqnnd for au eflleient bnt in- expt'UMVe.beutinp; t>toye.' £3? WOOD HEATING- STOVES in greiit variety.' ., '' i .'.- ¦ '¦ 0 ' ¦ —7—«—; -. , ^*.»" ' . : ¦ * * ¦ , , . . f- ¦ ;.'¦ .. ¦'¦?:«'/• - 3QO ' HAPPY THOUGHT j RANGES Said in Towanda and Vicinity? I»y A.I);DYE!#C0. ??*-—'——A LAKGE STOCK OF Wood Gook Stoves CARMAUEMAkERS AXD BLACKSMITHS' SUPPLIES, AND A GENERAL STOCK OF • HARD VV ARE, MAIN ST,TOWANDA: Towajjua, Oct. 31st, 1881.

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

1 'i 1 . 1 —: — ¦ — 'TROY, PA; r We keep on hand constantly for builders, LIME, HAIU, BRICK,; LATH, SHINGLES', SASH,- DOORS, BUNDS, SHEETING PAPER, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, CHESPEAK NAILS. • Also ' --1 WAGON MAKER'S SUPPLIES il . j, fl Fellows,, Spokes, Hubbs, Thills, Poles •'.'." Carriage Trimmings. .. Also a full line of Shelf and Heavy Hardware, anil a full line cf >> ' - J Carriages, Platform and Lumber Wagons, Made by us w'th skilled workmen. anU \varraated in eycry particular. j ¦-¦"•' BEARDSLEY & SPALDLVG,. Hardware Dealers. Troy, April 2T-ly

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

•THUUSIMY. MAY 25 1882 ' -TS^ 10 0UR SUBSCRIBERS! gsSs? EXAMINE TOUR LABEL ! It Kill i-h-iw von the month ami yen tip to wliidrV>i;r su'usoription tavmtil. If>onr«nb> scriuti'1" h "ooo to ifxbire. ni-H>ip send n» f l 50 fi<r n .renewal Of ««cr, iba» «•»• may send vim ilin papnr right »l»n«. fui'd lit rencwel 'vitliiutdelay. -t -I. A. \Wist«r IB onr Kcneral agent, solictor, '.n 1 ¦ -•it'le'UW " HERE AND HEREABOUTS. . .. > Searct—-Looal Items. Sow;repair your mowing uufe-hiiies. The "political pot'' is Iwginning to wm-HUT. There U talk of reorganizing the Canton Cornet Band. '¦ Brushville Post Oftice, in this county, has lieen discontinued. Tho Susquehanna river is said to swarm with bass this year. Fitch has.started up his soda fountain. Ginger in ours, please.-The flouring mill at Canton is reported as doing a very large business. It was a good sized and well filled coal bin-that did not give out this year. Chicken thieves are troub...

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

I PJSBBONAX.. —Mrs. Leonard Wilbur of Orwell, is very ill. I —Myron Nicholas of Orwell, is Howry improving in health. —Mrs. E. M. Farrar, of Orwell, is slowly regaining her health. : \ —Miss Helen Sherman spent Sunday lost with friends in Athens. —Mrs. Ovenshire of Athens, was visiting friends in town lost week. > ,¦ / —His Honor, Judge Morrow, has gone to Wyoming county to catch trout! —Paul P. Bliss, little son of the late P.P. Bliss, is very sick with pneumonia. -s Jferre Kingsbury; of Elmira, spent Sunday lskt with his parents in this place,' —Mr. end Mrs. WiQ Blight, of Elmira, were in Towanda,on Saturday lost. -j-Dr. L. D. Montanye has been quite ill fori several days past, but is now improving.-—Harry Green has taken the position of Assistant Local editor on the,Elmira.4<*prr tiser & —Mrs. Eastman, of Orwsll, is prostrated again with; difficulty of the liver, and is very low. —Mrs. John Murray, of Waverly, was a guest of Mrs. Percival Powell, on ...

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

r The JTete light of Asia. "The Iliad of India" some coll it, and others liken it to Milton's ''Paradise Lost" Whatever terms may he used to describe it, Edwin Arnold's remarkable poem, "The Light of Asm," has certainly won a place among the classics in literature, and the best edition of it wfll be wanted in every home library. Belated to the religion of India it is not unlike Milton's immortal poem as related to the: Christian religion. The new edition just issued by the Useful faKmfedgePobbshing Company, New York, is perhaps the most beautiful, typographic aOy, which has ever appeared, and is of course for lower m/priee than any other edition published , which vrifl compare with, it, being only 20 cts. for the Utility binding, 80 cts. for the cloth, and 40 ota/for the half Buaria, or for the extra cloth gilt edges. This edition is especially valuable, and for that reason wfll displace every other, and cause those who are already supplied with other editions to put them asid...

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

DECOBATION DAT CEREMONIES At Totranda, t>a., Tuesday, May 30,1882. \To all ex-Soldiers , Sailors and Citizens generally: In accordance with tho custom of the Grand Army of the Republic, and in pursuance of General Orders No. 6 ^ from the Department Headquarters, you are respectfully requested to be present and assist the Officers and Comrades of Watkins Post, ,N$T68, G. A. B., stationed at Towanda, Pa., in decorating the graves of their deceased comrades, on Decoration Day, Tuesday, May 30,1882, 2:30 p. m. Courteously Yours, Comrades, H. B. SPKkas, v -_, Edwahu Ovebto£, Jr. J D.W. Scott, <}'¦¦'¦ Committee on Invitations. TowasOa, May 22,1882.

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

" Quarterly Meeting. The next regular quarterly meeting of the churches of Christ, Of Bradford Co. Pa. will be held at Granville Centre, beginning on Friday evening Jnne 2d, and closing Sunday evening June 4th. sjs ters, brothers and friends from near and far are cordially invited to attend. j May 15th, 1882. S.A. BocKWEii; Clerk. | Accident. Wednesday morning; Burt Beckwith, a young lad,- son of Mrs.; Beckwith on Main street, was leading a yearling with a rope. In order to keep a better hold on the animal he tied the rope around his body. The animal, taking a sudden notion to run . dashed, forward, jerking the boy down and dragging hhn.i In falling he struck the right side of his abdomen upon a sharp stake the wood; penetrating the flesh and causing a serious injury. Should the peritoneum be perforated, there will be great danger of' a fatal termination though it is now hoped that nothing more serious that a severe bruise will result. There have been several cases within ou...

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

COVET PBOCEEDINOS Thursday, Mem IS' ¦ \. Hattie Gay vs Charles Gay. Betsey Decker vs Henry Deeker. Subpoena in divorce issued in each case. Ed. S. Zachorins vs Lncretia Zacharias, abas subpoena in divorce issued. ; ' Mahala Wheeler vs Marshall Wheeler, divorce granted. . Argument Court, Monday, Maw 18. W. Pierce's Admr'si vs W. •Bramhall Auditors report filed and confirmed n< si Exceptions filed. j In the matter of the assignment of W.H, Rockwell for the benefit of his creditors' J. G. Williams, Esq., appointed Auditor to distribute funds in the Assignees hands. Wm. Moore, 2d, vs G. M, Angie.. J. Andrew Wilt, Esq., appointed Auditor to distribute fund raised by sale of defendant's real estate. HubbeH Mauley's Exr's ys Caroline E. Mauley., . L UeBbenan ,lEaq;., ' appointed Auditor to distribute fund raised by Sheriff sale of defendants real estate. E. Pomeroy vs E. L. Manley, E. Overton, Esq., appointed Master and Examiner. J. E. Cooper's use vs J. ¥. Cooper, Adm'r Gar...

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

OEITVABT. Mrs. Abimatl Keitey. \. Died at her home in LeBoy May 9th, 1882. She was born in Roxbury, Delaware Co., New York, March 7, 1818,3and was married to John Kelley March 20, 1835. They-moved to LeBoy, Bradford Co, Pa. Nov. 5,1838, and have lived here to the time of her death. In the year 1840 Mrs. KeDey and her husband were baptized by Elder Isaac D* Jones, into the fellowship of the LeBoy Baptist Church, and was a member' in good standing, at. the' time of her death^ The funeral sermon was preached by Rev. Alex. MacGowan, of Canton,- from Psalm 234. She leaves a husband, four sons and two daughters, also fifteen grandchildren, with a large circle of friends to mourn her loss. "Blessed ore the dead, who die in the Lord."

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

BUSINESS LOCALS Do not be deceived (but buy the White Sewing.Machine of- ' < it. C. Weils. ' .,, Marl6-3m. ~ —Fresh lake llsh and salt water fish st CM, Mirer's market. Bridge street. May 19-tf ¦ i ._ i* —Ii. B. Bogers has, a Urge stock of Sash Doors and Blinds, also Moldings, and is sellin&cbesnor than any other establishment in Pennsylvania. WINDOW SHABGS of beautiful designs at Cross'Store. \f. ' - ' ¦'¦' Mrs. —O. L. Boss con sell Groceries very cheap because his expenses ore very'light. His customers shall have the benefit by buying st the First Ward Store. . Go to WmTCOMB's for wall papers, borders dodos, cornice &c. He hiss some of the handsomest wall and ceiling decorations ever brought'into Towanda. ,

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

Clover and Timothy Seed, PRICKS EEDCCED. Stevens and Long nave on band a large stock of Clover end Timothy Seed selected from the best new crops and warranted true to name. Tbey have alio a full Stock of Garden Seeds in "Balk" and. in packages, selected from the crop of 1881. Together with - an assortment always complete of all goods in their "line," all of which arc offered st the lowest market prices and Warranted to give satisfaction. ' Mr23-tf. BQ^Read This.—Having purchased the Steam Sow Mill of J. G. Saxton, located in Hew Albsnv Borough on the SuHivsn and State Line Bailroad, I am prepared to famish lumber of every description on sliort notice Bill stuffs specialty. Botes reasonable. Orders solicited. I am also proprietor of the New Albany Hotel, where all persons desiring accommodations can find them at reasonable rates. Good stabling. J. W. Wilcox. New Albany, Jan. 30.1882.—6m TBE NOHMAN STALLION " "OAXBETTA » Will make tho season of 1832, at bis owners stable in ...

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

^S^^^^^W^^msM } ED* H. Corby, both of Athens, i > ELaBREE-FRISBIE. -In Orwell , Pa-, on Aprils, 1882,st the.residene. of the bride's father, by Bev. Howard Cornell, , N.vN. Elsbree and Miss Kate Louise ilajighter of Addison FrisWe, Esq. FOWLER-YONTZ-At the nsidence of ?¦ ;» **r& 1882, by Bev. B*& QaH£ John J." Fowler, Esq., of FUsldelpUa, antHlisfEiiimaBay Ypnts, ot Bs\drm ', ¦ ¦ .-¦ -»..T»"-.."'-*. - - '¦¦-¦ !'-K-jfr:: " ROWE—FOREMAN. —By Justice C. M. Hall, at his office in Towanda, on Friday evening, April 28, 1882, Mr. E. W. . Bowe; of Towanda, to Miss Anna For«~ man, of fthaca, N. Y. No cards. EATON—HARDING^. —At the residence of , J. B. Harding, Waverly, N. Y., April 26,1882, by;fiey: Alber t L. SinallVyTMr. -\V. H. Eotonxrf Buffalo, formerly Of Towanda, and Miss Emma M. Hardin? of Waverly.^ ^, -. ~* PAGETT—EVERETT—Oa the 4th of May, 1882, at the residence of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Emily P. Elsbree, in Nichols, N. Y.. by the Bev. J. Welter, T. A. Pag...

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