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

. UECOBATION tiAY. HsLanqr/ABrns Watkdib Post, i No. W, 6. A. B.y f-Towanda, Pa., May 24,1882.) General Orders, No. 2: 1st. The annual memorial exercises and decoration, of soldiers' graves will be observed by tins Post on Tuesday. May 30th, 1882..- : , ¦ ¦:. '. ¦ ."¦* 2nd. The Post, Military Co., Fire Department, secret societies and all other organized bodies, will assemble in the Court House Square at 2:30 p. m. The column wfll move promptly at 2:45, and march to the cemetery, where the usual ceremonies wfll be observed, and Co. A, Oth Begfe, N. G.P., wfll fire three vollevs, after which the comrades will decorate the graves. After the ceremonies and decoration of graves the column will reform and march to the Court House Square, where the address will be delivered by the Bev. ——Enos. ¦ 3rd. The Committee of Arrangements wfll provide seats in the square for the occasion. ' ._' i •' • , ^v»_ 4th, The public generally ore cordially invited to participate in the exercises, a...

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

MABBIED. , DS^ES^^USm^ATntne^MTE Parsonage, Olin, Jones Co., Iowa, May . 4,1882, hy the Rev. S. GoodseD, Mr. W. A DeMoney and Mas Guano Houser, both ' formerly from Bradford Co., Pa. PALMER—BEACH.—At the residence of the bride's parents, in East Smithfield, , Pa., April 26th, by Rev. J. L. King, Mr. Arthur Palmer and Miss Carrie Beach, all of Smithfield. HACKET—SMITH.—At the M. E. Parsonage, Troy, Pa., April 24th, 1882, by Bev. H. C. Moyer, Mr. Joseph Hacket, of Union Twp., Tioga county; and Miss OeHo M. Smith, of Granville, Bradford county, Pa. '• ¦ -.. WDLES—COBBY—At the home of the bride, May 4, 1882r by Bev, W. H.

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

DIED. ' • > SWAIN—In Burlington, April 29th, Andrew Swain, aged 69 years. KEYES—In Columbia, May 1st, of general; debility, Demmon Keyes, aged 72 years. CREDDJORD—In Springfield, 'April 28th, of paralysis, Joseph Crediford, aged 72 years. >¦ WEST—In Springfield, April 27th, of pneumonia, Mrs. Lucretio West of East Troy, aged 65 years. PETT1NGTLL—In Lepna, April 28th, of tumor, Mar tha, wife of Monroe Pettin-1 gill, aged 35 years. LEONARD—In Leona, May 1st, of general debility, at the house of his son-in-law, Addison Brooks, Albert Leonard, aged 80 years. CRONK—At Camptown, April 24, Freddie B. Cronk, son of Calvin C. and Lottie F. Crank, aged 4years, 5 -months and 15 days. McCORMICK—In Owego, May 2d, Hanora, daughter of Mary L. and John McCormick, aged 2 years and 9 months. TOWNER—In Sh'eshequin, si the residence of of her sister, Mrs. M. E. Horton, Josephine W. Towner, wife of P. A^Towner, . of Waverly, aged 27 years. HANNA—In Waverly, May 7, Mary, wife of Addison...

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

— THE MABKETB. TOWANDA ' MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS. _ Corrected •r«ry WednesMUy. STEVENS k LONG. General Dealers in QROCEBIE3 AMD PBODl'OE • Corner of Mala sad Pine Streets, i TOWASTU. tk. \ PaTrao. Baunm.; - Flour per boml.. $7 00*39 CO Floor per sack..' lK«lli. Buckwheat Flour, * 100.. Cornllaal. 3009 Chop Ifeed 100 Wheat, V bushel 1309135 I Bye, •• ..-....:... 88#90 Corn, y " .so»> Buckwheat, •• ........:. 60 OoU. ,«' SI0M Beans, •• ;.' 3000325. Potatoes, '• >.. liogiso apples Dried, fvn> » Peschee " •• , 11*15 . BaspberrieaDried * ft.. A30 Blackberries " •• ... -io Pork:9 barrel ' 23 009MOO Hams, V ft ,. 1 14 aVardl. -,, I \5 Butter, In Tabs a Firkins. 210 Butter,In Bolls.;........ 200 -'*- I Eggs .........T*.... U0 Clover Seed « baebel SSS0SOO Timothy seed V bmshel.. JT503OO Beeswax, Sjtft .20012'-. Syracuse Salt Jfl barrel... 123 Hlchlaan Salt •• Ashton Bait •• . ... .2750300 Onions, rbusael. ....... 0

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

- Hew Advertisements. Wagons <£ Carriages , Chespsz than svar at the OLD E8TA\BX.X8BMSMT* JAMES BRYANT, would < ¦ -' call the aiten-/ tion of FABMEBS »nd others to bis large and complete aAsprtment of -. Opensjfc Top Bnarfiries a» ; - PLATFORM WAGONS all of big own MANUFACTURE svmd warranted in every per-• tieolar.

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

Brrant'sriexlbtoSprlacs asei ta sU nutsna woioas. The asstasi ssMt-hessin nasi NOW IS YOUR Tllffi TO BUT! Look at these Agnres Twoaeotae Catrsstes areas .;...... •WM*m Fh*ltoaav oneaest«4c...... ;• UStalM Top BanteS ....... .......... 131 to 1M Ooea asstoYjsa...•...•........ -'.•*.•» ' asov ias T>eaoen twacoas Mts Ul Bemasaber that the shore ore all faOy wsnaat-^•pT^irp^^ut-^ tou.^^ ^c^ra^^. kUUa-lli-bMh aUs - , - JJLMiaMYAMT. ^ MtebSS*'. k. -:¦•'•-•¦ -.•_

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

DOUBLE STOCK DOUBLE STORE and «, Bridge Street. Nos. otiaLBlUISIH ' : ; . - . ' ¦ ; .'.' . * .¦ ¦?[• Is now open in Ms Mainmoth Double Store with a full, fresh f.."''. and complete stock of fashionable ; SUllffit GLQTpiNG SPRING AOT GENT'S FURNISHING GOGfig, HATS, CAPS, ! ! TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS, UMBRELLAS, &C Suits of all Gra%atoMen Boys, Youthsi^aiid Glnldren. Our rents having been obtained on ihe most foyorable terms, and our current expenses reduced to the lowest possible mimmum, we nropoTtogive bur customers the benefit of ihese Ructions by pEoW prices at Lowee Figubes than any;other Olothing House fn Rwanda. #e invite a careful examination of our stock and P^JeTSerwishmgtobuy or not. f We can satisfy the closest buyer of the truth of what we say. • . ;' ¦¦'¦¦ ' ¦ "OT- MlSiH' SUSatHHS Call and we wilKsatisf ^ ^ Remember, Nos. lj and 2, Bridge Street. ^ ^gH Towanda Pa., April. 10; 1882. yr . , j 1 , , . , I .'" ."; ^'-.- -:' - ¦ ytyou. .U s...

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

TROUGH 9N RATS.' > ' ¦ ' — i Cliars out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants, 'bed- rags, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. 15c. ;Drui igiati. ; . j' ¦'*>».

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

A Car*. We take great pleasure in calling the attention of our friends and customers to Or. Boaanko's Cough and Lung Syrup which is S perfectly harmless, pleasant to the taste, will' not nsaseate, sad gives relief almost Instantly. It matters not how severe your Cough may. be, how. many cough medicines you hare tried, or how many, physicians you bare eonsuited, the tonic, soothing ond. heating properties of this medicine will loosen it snd assist the Throat and Lungs to expel the otlending matter. leoTing them in a healthy condition, free from irritation, and the sir passages clear, besides invigorating ond itrebgthening the general system. Price 60 sots. For the positive cure of Consnmpon. Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis. Dry Rocking Cough, Loss of Voice, Irritation ol the Throat, Soreness of the Chest, Pains in j^he LoBga, BnittlDg of Blood, Croup, Influ-• ems, Whooping Cengh. ond Long Ferer, we * ecommend this medicine shore oil others. Yets truly. Ctasx B. Pootes, 7nne3-...

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

CUB1EST TOPICS. A mowing town, which tan certainly be classed anona the modern oariositiea actuaOIjexiotaitVManttoba. It i» called "Broomtown, and can alwajra be found at tbe ierminna ill the Pacific Bailroad. When the town ia located building lots ate sold at fancy prices, and in a day or two the plate contains all tun evidence* of. a jbastling, busy pUee, bat with another advance of tbe conatrnction party tbe old site is vacated aaif by magic, sad tbe Italy aoeaes are transferred to another locality, which is given tbe same name, contain* tbo same people.arid tbe houses and tents are constructed of tbe same material that composed the former residences. Pstst experience iu ^bis country in the caltrvatiou of food fish has been - aofficient to warrant the co-operation ot tue goverptnent on an extensile scale. A few-idaya ago the Fish Commission av.-nt bom Washington to Aosiit, Texas, 1,000,000 abad and 2,000,000 uerriug, to be placed in the Colorado river bendes, 4,000,000 au...

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

&6Utys' EM1€TEICITI "fe-^A VJN *s Gentle, yet effective, united 3£&&NJsV" with healing Balsam, ren-^-T^SvkC^ t' aet COLLINS' VOLTAIC <^MaL^ ELECTRIC PLASTERS one -*v ImT*"^ hundred times superior to -* PSswL all other plasters lorerery 2|& Pain, Weakness and Inflam-Is, KS-ssfi matlon.' Price 25 cents. *» AST W™ SoW everywhere.

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

A Clear Complexion Can be had by every lady who will'use Parker's Ginger Tonic. . Regulating! the internal organs and purifying the blood it quickly removes pimples and gives abeolthy bloom to the cheek. Bead about it in other column. ' ,- The Champion Needle Stoby.— A lady living iii the vicinity of Blairsville has had a somewhat remarkable experience. When a Jittle girl, she put a sewing needle in her mouth, which got into ber throat. As it entered the throat crosswise it lodged, and htr mother made an attempt to get it out, but it disappeared. The family were greatly a'armed and called in a physician, but as the needle could not be seen, nothing could be done, and just fears were entered of serious constquences. . In a abort time, however, tbe injury the throat sustained lieaUd, and as no further inconvenience was experience-!, the matter was forgotten or recalled only as a strange affair." The little girl grew to womanhood.marriea'.and to-come a mother, enjoying all the ...

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

oi iwnawu Society Belles Are loud in tneir praise Cologne on account of its remarkably delicate and lasting fragrance. 'Then you don't wont to rent , me your house,' said a NewfHaven man; in search of a bouse. 'Yes, yea. But you see the family in it now owe me a little rent, and I don't exactly see how I can get 'em out' 'Hang it! all, warn ['em oatl That's the way they do me.' And then be wondered why a curious expression came over the face of tbe landlord, —New Haven Begi-ter. . ] 1 , : I i i;,

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

KENDALLS SPAVIN CURE Is sure in its effects, mild in ite action aa It doea not blister, yet Is penetrating and powerful to reach every deep seated pain or to remove any bony growth or other enlargements, such as spavins, splints curbs, callous, sprains,'swellinga and anyjamenesa and all enlargements ol the Joints or limbs, or for rheumatism in man and (or any pnrpoae for which a liniment ia used for man or beast. It ia now known to be the best liniment for man ever used, acting mild and yet certain in Its effects. • . 2."- , ,_, w Bend address for Illustrated Circular which we think gives positive prdof of its virtues. No remedy hia ever met 'with1 such unqualified uccess to our knowledge, for beast as well a man. ¦ Price SI per bottle:' or six bottles lor $5. All Druggists have it or can get It for yon, or it will be sent to any address on reoelpt of price by the proprietors. Da. B. J. KsncnaiA k Co. Knosburgh Falls. Vt. Sold by all lrrugglsts.

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

You need not Die to Win }! J IS THE \ .'•'',' MUTUAL ENDOWMENT , AND;' , ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION Ori.B*tb,H. Y. Ton receive one-hall of your Insurance, so cording to the American Lite Table, when two thirds of your life expectancy is nnished-^or illustration, s mail or woman joining the Asso ciation at 38 rears of age taking a certificate for SUOOl receives $1,S7I whan a UtUeover M years ofage .exactly the period in Ufa wheaaUtUe financial help Is generally more seeded.,than st any other time. B^B^feooiW jtntestt General Agentsrfor Penn'a.

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

HOnBU or currency fdr ,theaa vxsanumnowef "A Trestiss on the Bone sad Ida Diseases. " tt gives the beat treetmant for oil diseases, basfta fine engravings showing ^ssi#tfc<t.*sjs«peattinns assumed by, sick JBeaJ^^sfeCsVaoeses better .than can be UtitiTla say other way, s table showingdoeea of sU the prlaelssl sasdldaes need to* the hone as wall as their effects sad antidotes when s smog —A.;—, poison, s large collection ol 2SO «#13»vaMjani» ascsxvxs , raise for islung the age of s bone, with an engraving aoowlng teeth of each year and e large amount ofothervalaabUboraeUfDTBiatloa. Hnsdreda tt fhoisemaw. have pronounced It worth more than books costing )5sad tie. la*;B»c» test «0.000aajdin about one year bemre itwasre vised shows how popular the book is. The revlaed edltloa la wncsi woaa savmsacisav Raws rom a enormia. AOZHTS WAIRKD. Dr. i , B. CendsU * o»., Saoeburgh lolls, Vermont, atsrU'lyr., r : : ii ii i Ij

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

' >/ Intenselove Within Limits. ;i ;* „ --• 1 !*EuHup your pants, papa. : f ¦: Aristides McQuire heard these words asibey csmejfrom the ruby-red lips of tjlwendolen Mabaffy and floated to his "¦ ears on tne softly sighing and sensuous breezes'of a June evening. He looked, and taw tbe pretty feet and ^ shapely Inkles of Gwendolen as she picked her way carefully along the muddy crosswalk. He noted tbe tenderly solicitous tone in which she addressed her father, knd that tone thrilled bis very blood. f Weiss beer wonld also have done it, tat Aristides was not so fly as he might ave been. ¦' ¦ > ' ¦ S ¦ k Scarcely knowing why ho did so, the young man followed tbe girl and ber £ther, until finally they turned np gden Avenue, and, as Gwendolen beaded southwest and stood for an instant with ber polonaise fluttering in lie wind, she tnrned to ber companion ind said? ' 'Ours is the next to the last house on the street, isn't it, papa? •Yes, my darling,' replied the old- ...

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

DR. JOHN CORE'S TEGETABLE MEDICINES FOR MAW AND BEAST. . res atsTsrsn—Dr. John Corrt Uniment of Oils, price neaamatwttl«:HsaIlagTec«tsble Oam sad OO Balsam. CO cents a bottlei Vegetable Heallsg Salve and BtickiagnMtar. UK castas ton.Bpasdy Relief or rata Bsmidy.prlceeO cts. tea A»ns^i<~iIOTeee ,CatUe,sgieet>.awiae, alee Poultry, Dr.aoaAOon'sTetertsswyOUUiUBtant sbMatbettteooaloias oaa-half stmt. Mse one deUeze bottle. Prepared by iekmOerr Doctor erPwsisssia.Sww^sais'fa. . Ve.OsssVUjnma to or take charge of petteats, esTWaany -^fslr ~ssis. nhesiessesIsil doee. Vigssasls Misaiaa es^seedTpblSlss 1

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

How Grant Kissed the Bride. At the marriage of John Bussell Young to Miss Coleman ot Hartford recently General Grant was a guest, and when tbe ceremony was over the company waited for the General-to take preoadence in extending congtatnlationsi The General went forward, leading bis pretty little grandattghter, Fred Grant's child, by the hand, and after shaking bands with the bride said to his grandchild: 'Won't you kiss the lady?' The bride caught the child in* herjarmsBki«wedit, and then looking ; np] blnshingiy, said: 'twould like to ! kisslthe grandfather, ton, if I dared.' The] veteran warrior, who had faced a | blazing battery, seemed all at once; to become a trembling coward. He flushed up, looked slieepisb, but conscious tbst the bride wa^ peeking at him fro m behind drooping eyelids and was waiting for him to say or do something, mechanically extended his head, and .! the next moment; a fair face was in bis beard>' imprinting a kiss upon the line that marked bis...

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

T BEASUBEB*S SALE: OP UNUFBEaTED LAHDi—In pursuance of the Acta of Assembly having reference to the assess-Bent oi taxes upon unseated lands to this Commonwealth, and the sale of the same for nonparmeht,lberewiirbesxpoeedto public sale at the Commissioner's office in tbe boroughof Towanda. on tbe SECOND HONDA* OF JUNE, A. D/1882. being the Mth day of said month, at l o'clock p. uu the tracta of land assessed under tbe following warrantee names, unless prior payment of taxes and costs be made: Acres. Warantee Hemes. Taxes. Oft Barclay—Cunningham, P. H. $12 Si 170 Haga. George S3 IS 155 Hiltximmer, Jacob SO 28 900 Ladly, Andrew . 3915 S5 ildly.PeUr IM« 330 ladly, Joseph 43 07 212 '¦" Btuart, Walter . 1W 68 265 Btuart, Deborah ~ . 3* C2 200 ' LeBoy—Beck. Henry 19 35 202 Bratea. Frederick 19 58 191- Monroe—Anderson, Jacob IS 29 361 Banner, Jacob 30 35 390 Banner, Jacob, Jr 32 73 7H Caattter.Fred 8 66 37 Castater, Herman 3 0t 37 Cunningham. D. H. . ' 3 Ot 92 .'•' • Gray William »« 178 ...

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