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SMITUKIKI.D, JA\. L;t, 1-59.
K. O. GOODRICH, Esg. :—As the |eriod of
butchering hogs lias nearly gone by f.>r the
present season, 1 will ventiire to give a little
of my experience to be compared vviili others
in regard to large pigs. I have killed several
at the age of about nine months that wvigh'-d
nearly 300 pounds, lbit the largest was for
Dr. ALLEN. on the 12th inst., aged eight
months and twenty-two days, and weighing
327 3 4 pounds. Now if any of your readers
or correspondents can beat that, 1 will get the
I)r. to try his luck again.
J. ft CRT, JR.
Calendar of Operations for Feb. 1359.
FARM —Judicious planning and care in re
taining are equally important with the more
apparent efforts made in securing successful
results: thus, though the farmer has now
neither fields to plow nor harvests to gather,
he can do much this month that will "tell"
before the year is ended. In addition to the
various employments indicated, the thrifty cul
tivator will thoroughly mature his plans for
the campaign before him—studying not < idy
his own past experience, hut that ofotlters, and
thus, with the aid of his journal and his books,
he will be prepared to do the right thing, in
the right way and at the right time. This will
leave him no time to lounge away and worse
than waste at the tavern or grocery.
BUILDINGS.—If any are to be erected this
Spring, fell and hew the timber now, unless it
has been on haud seasoning the past year, which
is preferable. Replace the nails which the
frost or high winds may have started, and bat
ten up cracks through which cold and snow
enter the stables.
CATTLE.—Attend carefully to feeding now.
Remember, " well icinla ed is half summered.''
Give roots, carrots if you have them, with hay.
I)o not let the straw cutter rust for want of
use. Make feeding racks for the yard. Cows
about to calve, should be well fed, and secure
ly housed in roomy stalls.
CELLARS.—Look out for fro t ; examine and
sort fruit and vegetables if decaying ;send rats
aud mice on a long journey ; aud bottle cider
for Summer use.
DRAlNS.—Examine freqaently during tliaws,
and keep open. Much grain is lost by neglect
ing drain furrows in Winter.
FENClNG.—Continue to prepare materials.—
Work out posts and rails under cover on
stormy days. Put old fences in order and build
new as soou as frost will allow.
Flax aud Ilemp—Finish dressing.
GRAlN.—Thresh out any remaining on haud
and guard bins from rats and mice. Keep an
eye to the market reports, and improve a good
opportunity for selling.
GRAIN FIELDS.—Keep al! stock from grazing
on those not covered with snow.
H LP. —Engage for coming season, before
choice hands are employed.
HORSES AND MI LKS Keep thorn sharp shod.
Give roots with their feed as directed lai month.
Cut feed is most economical. Let them lie well
blanketed when not in use, and have plenty of
of bedding at night, also litter uuder them
to absorb moisture when standing.
HOGS.—Feed liberally, with warm, cooked
food, with which mix charcoal and -alt occa
sionally, especially for breeding sows. Keep
pens well littered with leaves or short straw,
to increase the stock of manure.
ICE HOUSES.—Secure a good supply of ice
if not already done, aud see that the iiouse is
in good condition for preserving.
MANURES.—FoIIow up the manufacturing.
The deeper the muck saturated with manure
droppings and ammonia, the higher the corn in
the crib next Fall. It may be carted to the
fields for use, during the latter parr of the
month ; if so, cover the heaps with soil or
muck to absorb escaping ammonia. Better
leave it under cover if practicable, till wanted
Maple Sugar may be made in some localities
in the latter part of the month. Examine ap
paratus, put in order and provide what is acces
POTATOES.—Let seed be carefully selected.
Keep different varieties from mixing. At the
south, plant as early as the ground will answer,
for northern market.
ROADS.—Notice where drifts obstruct, and
shelter with trees as soon as ground will an
SHEEP.—Give grain and cut roots with hay
Shelter from storms, and keep separate from
horses and cattle. Salt regularly, and supply
with plenty of water.
TCOLS.—Look to steel or iron, and prevent
rust by oiling with la d having a little resin
melted into it. Put all in thorough repair, and
select new tools for the coming season.
ORCHARD A D NURSERY.—T..ere is usually
very little to do in these dining the present
month. Occasionally an early Spring will ad
mit of plaining during the latter part of Feb
ruary. Nurserymen having southern orders to
fill, in their anxiety to get tliein off at an early
date should guard especially against the dangi r
of freezing on the way. If the trees or shrubs
chauce to be frozen, upack carefully, and bury
the roots at once inearth or sand, leaving them
until all the frost is out.
Everything should be in readiness, especial
ly with the nurseryman, for the first working
weather, as early planting is most desirable.
Unless old orchard trees have been well
scraped as heretofore directed, attend lo them
now while there is leisure •
Grafting may be do ie at t! e South, and
even in this latitude, during ihe latter part of
this month, if the weather is open. Make no
attempts while the lines an* Dv.z n. March is
the better month for grafting.
PRUNING.—Many old orchardi-fs still prefer
this season for pruning. Our advice is, if yon
icil/ prune in the Spring, doit now rather than
wait until March or April. Select mild weath
er for the operation, when frost is out of the
limbs. We greatly prefer Summer aud Autu
mn for the pruning, even though they are more
busy seasons Hay must Go attended to when
it is ready, if a good article is wanted, and not
when it suits your convenience, and it pruning
is properly done, you must do this also at the
right time even if there is a press of business.
We have in mind several orchards which were
nearly ruined by heavy Spring pruning.
SCIONS —Cut at any time during this month
when not frozen. L'se every precaution against
errors in varieties. Select well known or lab
elled bearing trees to cut from, as much as pos
Snow batiks as they melt away in the Spring
oltendo much damage to low branching stan
dard and nursery trees. Examine such and
shovel away the snow whereever it is splitting
down the branches in stilling.
The World Challenged !
The Excelsior Churn!
Pal.-ntfl l>y SILAS HEWITT, July'l4, 1837.
'Mills CHURN i< tlx- re-uilt of years of experience by n
L pr.' -tic-.tl liirnier, to produce a Chum that let" all the
■jilv.oitagt- "f the old Pu<h Churn, and he a labor-saving
Machine. We eliini for this Otiurn. and are prepared to
prove by actual demonstration, that it will produce more
butter— a la tter ninthly—with less time and less labor—
than nay other Churn in market. It is perfectly simple
in it* construction, not liable to cret cut of order, and a
child can operate on it. It has been thoroughly tested by
several hundred farmers in Seneca and adjoining Counties,
and its merits fullv established wherever introduced, and
is pronounced by "all to be one of the greatest improve
ments of the H ;C.
es~ The following extract from the Seneca Falls papers
of Mac 26th, is a sample of what the '• EXCELSIOR
CHI'UX " has done, in competition with other Churns :
•• A trial between the Smith Churn, of Elgin, Illinois,
(which took the lirst premium at the State Fair at Buffalo
I i-t fall, and lias taken the premium at all the Fairs where
it has IXH'U exhibited) and the Excelsior Cliirn.of this
village, took place at Woodmansee's Hotel, the 20th inst.
The cteam was taken from the same vessel, after beintr
stirred up that it might lie of the same temperature and
(pixiity—one quart at a time—each Churn receiving two
oallcns. The Erretsi r Churn p (nival and gathered
the Ituller hard and ijdlw in six and a hu'j minutes
while the Smith Churn was (•> minutes in producing the
Mutter, which was soft, white and oily: and Excelsior
Churn produced Twelve Ounces more Butter than the
Smith Churn ! The Excelsior Churn then produced thir
teen ounces of good Butter from the Butter Milk of the
Smith Cluirn, being more than half as much as they got
from the en-am! The Smith Churn could not produce
any Bitter from the buttermilk of the Excelsior Churn "
Trial of Churns—Repeat of the Committee.
At the trial between Smith's Churn, from Elgin,lllinois,
and Hewitt's Excelsior Clinm. manufactured in this vil
lage. which took place at Woodmansee's Hotel, on Wed
nesday morning, the following was the result of the trial:
ilewit's Churn, 2} lbs.—Butter in (>A minutes.
Smith's Churn, 1£ lbs.—Butter in I 3 minutes.
About two gallons of Cream wa put in each Churn.
The milk from Smith's Churn was then changed to Hew
it's. and thirteen ounces of Butter extracted from it. No
Butter could be brought from the milk from the Hewit
Churn, which was transferred to Smith's. The quality of
Better from Ilewit's Clium was much the l>et, being of
l>etter c(dor, and more solid.
A second trial, which was about one-third more cream
was put in the Hewit Churn than in the other, resulted
very nearly the same as above, Ilewit's Churn being
shown to be greatly the superior.
EDWARD S. LATHAM.) ~ ...
JONATHAN SACKET,)' (
Seneca Falls. May 2!t, I*sß.
All that is asked for this Churn is. to let it rest on its
own merits—the world is challenged to produce better.
BE" For particulars for Rights or Churns, address :
11. F. BURT. Itidgbury, Bradford County, Fa.
February 2. 185 H.
Tcwaada Borough Sleport for 1858.
EX CiSN PITCHES.
Amount of work done on public streets, $.177 31
Material furnished, laying aud repairing walks, 382 79
Building 3d street Bridge, 290 0(1
Building two public reservoirs, 101 00
Rebuilding Culvert on Main street, 21(j 00
Repairs on old culvert, occasioned by freshet, 4i 13
Instalments and iiiU-re-t paid on Borough strip, 2. AO
Expenses of Fire Department, 02 6n
Winding and keeping town clock in repair, 2.7 00
Repairing Borough Tools, 5 39
Election Expenses, Is 10
Printing Expenses, 1(! 50
Justice Ftcs, 4 00
Attorney Fees, for 18,73, 1.7 00
Taking care of Engine house and repairs, 10 00
Coal and lights for Council rooms, 8 77
Bonks and stut'onery, 03
Sec. aud Trias, salary, and serving app'l notices, 43 00
$ I ,954 50
ACCOUNT WITH COLLECTORS.
Collector. | Hate | Ain't j Paid Exn'd Prct | Due
W. C. Bogart, 18.70 $33 07 sl7 08 $1,7 39
(1. H. Eaton. '57. '.70 855 30 259 73 32 08 92 91 440 53
A.J.Noble, 1-57 001 8.7 619 00 21 84 50 32
do special, 15.77 030 14 485 07 9.7 04 55 53
do 1-58 989 79 51 07 930 72
3,200 15 1,463 30 1.373 24
PR. *. P. MONT tN'VP, TREASURER TOWAVDA JIORo'. CK.
Balance in treasury, ißet'don dup. $1,379 24
Jan. 1. 18.78. #4O 581 Exonerations, 140 50
Dup. prior to I*sß, 2.210 37 Percent to coll. 214 50
Dup. for 1-5-, asp 79 Paid Beidlcman. 123 OS)
s-ands A Co. liccn-c, 37 ob!Building coui. order, 595
1 -cut. do 35 oul'ivsrpaid 011 special
C. I'. Smith, judgt 50 001 last rear, 20 47
j Born* orders caucell
ed in 1858, 1,430 47
lilalauce, 31 25
3,3ti(j C >' 3,300 08
TOW AVIA BOKO* Oil PER ACCOt'NT.
Outstanding orders I Orders redeemed and
Jan. I. Is.'iS, #.747 59| cancelled in 18.78, 1,704 47
Issued in 1858, 1 ,!)84 50|Outstand'g Jan.l,'s9, 824 08
2,529 1.71 2,529 15
Amount of outstanding orders, Jan. 1, 1858. $ 824 68
due on Born' scrip, April 8. 1859. 1,097 07
Judgment in favor of Michael Ken nan, 99 47
" " P. I). Morrow, 99 47
" " " " John Holmes, 6s 00
Balance due on Judgment, ('. T. Smith, $ 1147
" " tl. il. Eaton's Duplicate, 440 52
" " -A- J- Noble's Duplicate, 938 72
" " from Treasurer, 3t 20
I LYSBES MERCI'R. fitnxm.
J. H.VUVEY PHINNEY, Jk.
E. (). GOODRICH,
ATTEST . A. D. MOXTANYE. Secretary.
Overseers vf the Poor Report Jcr the yeai 18.78.
EX PEN I> I TI"KES.
Paid E. Madden lor keeping Mrs. Crow, $ 2 50
C Sweazey lor keeping Jacob (laiae-, 3o 00
Hollon " *• Floyd Decker, 191
Relief to Savercool and family, 17 90
" (). Sage 44 14 38
" •' Mrs. o'tJrady, 888
Paid Mrs. Warner for keening Mrs. Miner, II 25
•' " Vandercook " 44 4 4 30 00
Temporary relief to Colored womon, 50
Paid William Mix seivices in lsss, 20 00
J. P. Kirby, 44 44 1 0 00
c K. Isold as physician, lo 00
Paid Mrs. Baker tor keeping I.orinila Pope, 11 73
44 Powell A- Smith stage fare, 1 00
44 Mrs. Baker for keeping Miss Beelie. 300
Temporary relief to MeCarly and German, 3 00
44 John Reese, 1 Op
44 Mrs. Powers, 1 75
Paid C. Wells for 3 coffins for paupers, lo 2.7
44 Tlioinas Barnes for digging 3 graves, paupers 4 00
44 Sarah Ogdeu for keeping Dan Sullivan, 10 00
Attorney fees, 5 00
WM. MIX, I n r.i n
C K I \DD j Overseers of the Poor.
Accorvr WITH COLLECTORS OK POOR DUPLICATES.
Collectors. Year. ! Ain't. | Paid. | Exn'd j i'ret | Due
C.T.Smith, 18.72 $23 58 $1 .70 sl6 76 ...... $5 32
A.J.Noble, 1857 3.72 90 232 00 sll 10 106 80
376 4.s 233 50 16 76 14 10 112 12
t>R. A. n. MOVTATYK, TREASURER POOR FCNU, CK.
Amount ol Smith'sdu- IKet'd on duplicates, sll2 11
plicate. $23 ssi( (verpaid last year, 17 05
do Nobles', 352 tMi Ex. to Smith," 16 76
Rec'd of M.E.Solomon jPerct to Noble, 11 10
per Quigley, 5 00 Orders redeemed. 211 30
Balauce, 10 15
$341 48 $3Bl 47
We the Auditors of the Borough of Towanda, do ccrti
fy. that we have examined the accounts and vouchers of
tlie Town Council, Overseers of the Poor and Treasurer,
fur the year 1858, and find them correct.
M. C. MERCER, 1 , ...
_ _ J I). MOXTANYE. | Aud,tors -
Xiadies Dress G-oods.
PARTICULAR attention is invited to a large assort
ment of indies' Dress Hoods, now being received by
JOSEPH POWELL—comprising everything that is now
fashiunablc ami durable in Ik-rages, Crape Mosetts, Or
gandie, Kreneh Printed Jacouetts, Lawns, English and
French Prints. Brilliants, Ducal Plaids, Lustres, Clialli's
(linghams, Prints. AT.. Ac., which will Le sold at prices
tar less than ever before offered in Towanda.
June 8, IK.7S,
/ lO'ITEX, LINEN' AND MARSAILLES
V/ Shirt Bos(,nis. at No. 1, Patton's Block.
Mackinaw trout, white fisie
Blue Fish, Mac kerel aud Codfish, at No. 1, Patton's
Block. Nov. 24.
PROVISION'S OF ALLTKINDS,
X Nov. 24. at ROCKWELL'S.
( \ENTI,EM EN'S SIIA W LS. —Doable ad
VT Single Broche, Blanket, Mantle, and Misses Shawls,
Nov. 24. t W. A. ROCKWELL'S.
BUFFALO ROBES.—The largest assort
ment in town, at N0v.30. MEKCUR'S.
Bl FFALO ROBES for sale, and any qnan-1
tity of FURS WANTED fit ROCKWELL'S. |
WHOLESALE &. RETAIL
Boot and Shoo Manufactory.
~ JOHN BEIPLEMAN A CO.,
v) respectfully inform tin? public that they have
-oinmenccd th>' manufacture of, Boots A Shoes.
|sfc. In the :hl story of Heidleman's BJnck.cnrner of
Main J.V Bridge streets.' where they are prepared with
every facility to furnish at Wholesale and Retail, Boots
and Shoes, of every description, of the very best mnteri
i Is a; d manufactuied in the most workmanlike manner.
.1 Ten's French Calf, Kip and Coarse Boots
and Shoes. Womem's and Children's
Boots and Shies, of every description.
By the ease or single pair, dealers are particularly re
quested to give us a call, as we believe withjour facilities
we can furnish a lietter article at a LOM ER RA TK than
can tie obtained elsewhere.
REPAIRING, of all kinds,"done with despatch,in short
notice, in a workmanlike manner.
We shall also keep on hand a large assortment of LEA
THER and FINDINGS which will be sold at the lowest
CASH paid for Hides, Slieep'Pelts, Ac., at the highest
market rates. J. BKIDLEMAX A CO
Towanda, Dec. 22.185*.
THE undersigned having purchased the above well
known mills and attached to it a Steaui Engine, and
also put every thing connected with it in perfect repair,
with all the modern improvements now in use in first
class Flouring Mills—would respectfully solicit the pa
tronage of the community—tru-tiug that the reputation
tlie mill has heretofore borne may not sutler in the hand
of the newjfirm. It shall be our .'aim to do all work en
trusted to us promptly and in the liest pos-ible in nuer.
Customers from a distance may rely upon having their
work done at once, so as to make but one trip to mill."
Mr. FROST will continue to give his own personal at
tention to the business at the mill.
CASH paid for all kinds of GRAIN ; also Flour. Meal
and Feed for sale at the lowest market prices.
MYER, FROST A CO.
ISA AC MYER J. O. FROST E. T. FOX.
NORTH TEW AND A, Oct. 6, I*sß.
DT\. O. S. PECK, Siir<rron and Mechani
cal Dentist, being permanently located in Towanda.
tenders his professional services to its citizens. Especia
attention given to FH.I.IXtI and CLEANSING DECAY
ED TEETH, also EXTRACTING and ARRANGING
IRREGI'LAR TEETH IN CHILDREN. Teeth insert
ed onT pivot: also gum and plain incorruptible teeth
mounted on gold, silver, cheoplastic and Slaytons base,
from one to an entire set, in the most artistic manner
known to the profession.
All the alstvo operations will be performed with a
THOROCGII PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE of his busi
ness. and duty to his patient.
Office over E. T. Fox's Store, No. 1, Brick Row. En
trance. first door on Pine street.
N. I?. Produce taken in part payment for dental ope
rations at its market price.
July :10, 1858.
Patronize a Home Enterpiize !
A Book-Bindery in Towanda!
VTTR would respectfully announce to our friends and
VV the public generally, that, we have connected with
our Printing Office and Book A Stationery Store, a Plain
and Fancy BOOK-BINDERY, and earnestly solicit the
patronage of all who desire anything in the iine.
Having secured the services "of one of the best hinders
in the United States, we Hatter ourselves that we can give
universal satisfaction both in workmanship and price.—
Therefore we present to the public the strongest assuran
ces that we are prepared to bind in a workmanlike man
ner, ail kinds of BOOKS, among which we may name
Bibles, Histories. Music, Magazines, Pamphlets. Periodi
cals, Law and School Books, to order or pattern in
French, Italian, German and English style ; in
Velvet, Silk, Cloth, leather and Paper.
upon the most reasonable rates, for CASH, or ready pay
WtJive ns a trial.
Particular attention given to re-binding Books. All
work warranted to be properly executed.
gar Plain and Fancy Paper Boxes made to order.
Jan 1, 1858. E. A. PARSONS.
BOOKS 8c STATIONERY!
MTThe attention of the public is requested to the very
general md excellent assortment always ou hand at the
Argus Book and Stationery Store, first building north of
the Ward House. Call and examine our stock.
jSIACTTITNTE siioj 3 \
Ag-ain in SrZotion !
IIE Snltserihtr linvinjr purchased the ahove
A works, situated at the lower end of town, near the
Canal Basin of the Barclay Kail Bond Co., (the same es
tablishment formerly carried on by Lamoreox. H ill A
Russell,) and having employed a competent set of work
men, is now prepared to execute order-* for Castings or
Machinery of almost any kind. He also manufactures
a varietv of Cook. Parlor and (Hfice stoves. He re-pect
fttßyselicit- a share ~i public patronage.
Towanda. Sept. 8, 1858. O. D. BARTLETT.
poop ASSORTMENT, NEW GOODS,
V X Best Styles, and low prices, at MARSH <t t'o'S..Xo.
1, Union Block, Klmira, N. V.
THE GROVER &. BAKER
SEWiNG MACHINE COMPANY.
4:'". BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
HAVING jrrpatly increased their facilities
for manufacturing tlieirf>/rAr.i/f Fttmihj Machine*,
with all the recent improvements, have reduced their pri
ces, and offer for sale
A NEW STYLE MACHINE. I'RICE SSO.
It is no longer questioned that these Machines are the
best in use for family sewing. They Hem, Fell, Outlier,
and Stitch in the most superior manner; and are the only
machines in the market that are so well and simply made,
that they may lie sent into families with no other instruc
tions than arc contained in a circular which accompanies
each Machine, and from which a u child often years may
readily learn how to use them, and keep them in order.
They make upwards of FIFTEEN HUNDRED STITCHES
A MINUTE, and will do the sewing of a family choapei
than a seamstress can do it, even if she works at the rate
of one cent ail hour. Is there a husband, father, or bro
ther in the United States, who will permit the drudgery
of hand sewing in his family, when a (inner A Raker Ma
chine will do it better, more expeditiously, and cheaper
than it can possibly lie done hv hand- Send for a circu
lar. For sale by J" M. ROBINSON, Lake St., Klmira, and
F. R. CHANDLER, Montrose
I> ARCLAY R R & COAL COMPANY.
" —Retail prices of Coal at Totvanda per Un :
LI'MPCOAL. SMITH COAL.
By the single ton $2.25. $2,00.
After the first nt December CO \ I. will be delivered in
town, at the door, at 2.i cents per load.
COM. is sold, for cash only, at the office of the Rail
road Company, in Patton's Block .corner of Main A Bridge
Streets, (second story); also at the -t ire of O. D. BART
LETT. ' JAMES MACFARLANK.
Towanda, Nov. 24, ISSB. Gen'l Superintendent.
Embroideries. —cheapest, in tbe world
at MARSH & CO S.
/ i ENTLEM EN'S and Tooth's Fur, Rer
vX I'm and Beck Gauntlets and Gloves, at
S.'pt.2s, IS.-,H. MERCUR'S
DRY GOODS—An assortment heretofore
unequalled by any tiling ever offered in Towanda of
FANCY \N D STABLE DRY (1 •' it)OS, comprising many
new and desirable sytles of Goods unknown in this mar
ket ; among which will Vie found in Isi dies Dress Goods,
all the novelties of the season, cheap at the KKYST* INK.
IT AWLS.—New and Choice Patterns of
. . R roe he, Stella, Plaid Wool, Talma, Mantilla, and
Knitted Worsted Shawls, cheap at the
Oct. 12. KEYSTONE.
[ APIES' DOE GAUXTLETTS".—The
"Piccolomini Style." has been received, and is now
for sale at the 0ct.25. KEYSTONE STORE.
PRINTED FRENCH MORI NOES.—An
assortment of Colors of new and beautiful Styles,re
ceived to-day at
Oct. 11. POWELL'S KEYSTONE STORE.
WORSTED HOODS—A lnr R c lot of
t ? Womens, Misses and Children's Hoods, just re
ceived at the Oct. 25. KEYSTONE STORE.
IMll IT.—Fresh Raisins, Zantee Currants,
Prunes, Dried Peaches, Apples and Berries, at,
Nov. 24. ROCKWELL'S.
O PLENDID ROBES A'QUTLLE, En-
YJ chanting Colliers Chenile, and captivating Habits
d'Opera and Knit Heeds at
_ Bept.l- 185k. MERCUR'S.
OLD JAVA AND RIO COFFEE. PURE
Groni d Java Coffee, Green Tea at 50 cents per lb.
as good as can be bought at other places for 75 cents, at
Nov- 2. FOX'S.
Agricultural & junction Iron Works,
Athens, Bradford County, Pa.
\V I hi.l HI ()( 1 11 & CO.
EMERY'S PATENT RAILROAD HORSE POWERS!
TTTE are manufacturing these justly celebrated End-
V V less Chain Powers, for one and two horses ; to
which we huvt added such improvements as to make them
1 the best endless Chain Powers in the world. Our
THRESHERS AND SEPARATORS
j Are much improved over the Albany machines, and work
I admirably. Our new
! TIOGA-POIXT THRESHER AND CLEANER,
; Just finished, will, we are confident, prove itself to be the
[ BKST COMUINF.d THKUSHF.K AM> WINNOWKR in market.
! It runs easily, is simple, strong, light ami durable; will
j not carry over, nor waste grain; and will thresh and
i clean fit for ma-kef as mueli gtain per day. with the same
j power, as any Thresher with Separator will thresh.
II is admirably adapted for two and four horse powers.
Job threshers will find it to be just the machine they have
so long desired to find.
Our Horse Powers and Threshers are, to say the least,
equal to any made in the Union : so that farmers : n Sou
thern New-York and Northern Pennsylvania, will find it
to their advantage to hoy our Mnt'hnie*. on account of
saving heavy expense in freights, as well as for their su
We invite the particular attention of Farmers and Deal
ers to our
TIOGA-I'OIXT FEED CUTTERS. GALE'S PATENT.
We can with confidence, recommend these Hay, Straw
and stalk Cutters ou account of simplicity, durability,
strength, efficiency,ease of operation, rapid cutting. Ac.
They do away with the very serious objections heretofore
urged by fanners and others, and justly too, against all
patented feed cutters ; namely—that they are too com
plicated, too many sm.iil castings and traps, consequent
ly too liable to get out of repair; that they have too
many wearing or friction place-, therefore bard to operate.
Our Feed Cutters have two simple straight knives which
can easily be sharpened, or. if ever necessary, can be
made by any blacksmith. All are warranted to give sat
isfaction. Ask your merchant to order one lor yu. and
send for our ('ATAf.ocrK, which contains additional in
formation concerning ail of the above mentioned machines
and many others of our manofai tiire ami sale.
WELLES, BLOOD A CO.
Athens, Sept. L">, 1858.
RSatched 2£or&es for Sale.
THE Subscribers desire to sell
AiSTxtheirfinc sp o of matched BLACK HORSES,
M t Ah iving teaming eimiili to keep them cm
ployed. Said team is a valuable one and is well known,
having been formerly owned by Me-srs. Harris A Page,
and Welles A Brooks. Tney took the first premium as
she lest pair Carriage Horses at the Bradford County Ag
ricultural Fair in I*.">7—their weight is about 1200 pounds
each. We will sell them cheap, either for cash, or on
time with approved security.
Athens. Sept. 21. Kis. WELLES, BLOOD A CO.
The Great Atlantic Telegraph!
IVE. XJ. SCJLOJVSOSTS
TTo. 2, ftttw'l Block.
THE two greatest events of the Nineteenth Century,
are the submarine telegraph between Kurojie and
| America, and the unparalled st-irk of READY MADE
j CLOTHING OF M. K. SOLOMON ! combining the
! greatest variety, latest fashionable, and most durably
j made Clothing ever brought t" Towanda.
I beg to inform Hie i iti/.ens of Towanda and vicinity,
| that I have RKMOVKD to No. 2, Patties Block, one door
' north of Rockwell's store, where 1 shall be happy to -ee
all tuy old friends and customers and as in ny new ones
a< may wish to favor me with a call. Having jn-t return
ed from the Eastern and Western inarkt i- where I have
purchased mv Fall and Winter stock of CLOTHING,
GENT'S FURNISHING goods. AC.. I can supply the
public at lower rates than eve, - hi here l>eiore, as i have
bought my stock for Cash at the lowest (inures.
MY STOCK CONSISTS OF
OVERCOATS —Superfine Mack Beaver Raglans and Sack
Overcoats; Black, Iwown and blue Pilot do; Petersham
do; Sup. Idaek Union Cas-imere do. Black, brown and
j gray Sealskin do ; Deerskin do; Lion skin do; Fancy
Bear -kin do. and various other styles, too numerous to
Fitot KCOATS. —Fine French black Rmadclotli double
breasted Frock Coals , -ingle-lueasted, -.tine ; Medium
! quality do ; Cotton warp do; French Beaver Business
do ; kancy Ciissimere do ; Side Band do; Black Union
Cass, do ; Fancy Satsnett do ; Tweed and Kentucky Jean
PANTS.— Sup. Mack Dee-kin Pnts : Medium do; Blk. ;
cotton warp do ; Fancy Cassimere -ide land do; Satti
nett do ; Farmers anu MeeTani. -Cas-iuiere do.
VESTS. — Fium h i ld< y Silk Velvet Vesta; Chenille and
Printed do ; Silk Vests, of all dc- ripti ui- ; Silk and
Worsted do; Black Satiu do; C;;--ui'.ere Ve-ts ; Satti
net and Plush do.
Fi KNisnrvfi (loons.—Fancy Silk Ties. Block do ; Fan
cy Silk Scarfs; Black figured Scurfs: Black Silk Cra
vats ; Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs ; Cambric do : Silk
do; Fancy cotton do ; White liueu-lxisnin shirts ; Fan
cy Marseilles do ; Fancy Linen do ; Whße Marseilles By
ron Collars; Fancy do; Fancy and white linen do;
White string and lap do ; Hosiery, of ail kinds ; Suspen
ders ; White and Mixed Men's Wrappers and Drawer-.
A complete assortment of Boy's Clothing! Boots and
Shoes and RnlToers, of all kinds, Sole Leather, Upper
Leather, Kip Skin, Calfskin, etc.
Onrmotto: "QricK SAI.ES AND SMAI.I. PROFITS."
Cash will I>o paid for Wool, Hides. Sheep Pelts, and all
kinds of Grain, at the highe-t market prices.
Remember, removed to No. 2, Button's Block, former
ly occupied by William A. Rockwell.
Towanda. Sept. 20, I*s*. M. E. SOLOMON.
Great Excitement in Clothing!
COLLINS 6c POWEIL,
\RE now receiving tlie Lnrpest Stock of
Ready-made Clothing ever offered in this market,
wni' li they are selling at prices that astonish every one;
our Goods are got up expressly for our Trade, and are
warranted in every way, our stock consisting of every i
thing in the line ot Men and Boy's Wear, Black Cloth I
Coats, Fancy and Plain Business Coats, Sattinett Coats, I
Black and Fancy'.Cas-imere Pants. Union do,, Sattinett
do . Silk and Plu-h Vests, Cotton Plush do., Sattinett do.,
Plush and Satin do.
Gents Furnishing Goods!
Snch as Wool I'nder-Shirts. Wool Drawers. Collars, Cra
vat s. Suspenders, Gents White and Fancy Shirts, Check
and Hickory Shirts. Ho-cirv of all kind-. Hats and Caps,
the latest styles of Black Silk Hats made to order.
Cloths, Cassimcres and
We are receiving the largest Stock of Cloths, Cassi
mcres and Vesting*. ever offered in this market,which we
are ready to make to order or sell bv the yard. Persons
wishing Clothing m ule up to order" will do well to give
us a call before purchasing elsewhere,as we warrant eve
rything to tit or no sale. We keep none but the be-t work
men, and are receiving the latest Fashions every month.
Persons wanting anything in our line, wyll please give us
a call as wi keep nothing but .Men and Boy s Wear, and
think we buy our Goods cheaper than tho.-'c that only buy
( lit NTICi PRODUCE of all kinds taken in payment
for Goods and on short credit. Cutting done as usual,and
no charge when the Goods are bought of us. Don't for
get the place, one door south of Hall's Hardware store.
October 12, ls:>s. COLLINS A POWELL.
khulimlT' a ODDS <1
lYEisses GRIFFIOT 6c PARK,
BEG leave to invite your early attention to
to their new stock just received comprising choice
styles Bonnet-Ribbons, Silks, Satins, Velvets, together
with a carefully selected assortment of Feathers and
Thankful for past patronage heretofore so liberally be
towed, they would respectfully solicit a continuance of
the same. Otobcr 11,1358.
H. A. BURBANK'S BAKERY
One Door North of the Ward House.
\\J HERE you can find a constant supply of Bread, Rusk,
\ V Crackers, Cookies, Jumbles, and all kinds of Fancy
OYSTERS furnished by the quart or keg, or cook
ed to order.
Kir Particular attention paid to tilling orders for parties
Returning our sincere thanks for the liberal patronage
bestowed upon us during the past year, and hoping by
close application to business to merit a continuance of the
same, we remain as ever, your humble servant,
March 16. 1857. H. A. BURBANK.
Buffalo robes.—Two doz. Bheuo
Robes, ju-t received noil for sale cheap, at
Nov. 15,15.",8. PGWELI/S KEYSTONE STORE.
DR CI I AS. M. TU UK i; It. I'll Y SIC JA N
<s• SL'9GEON, oilers his profcssi wrvicas to
1 the inhabitant* of Towanda and vicinity. Office and res
idence in the dwelling recently occupied by H. BOOTH,
Ksi|.. one door north ol' the Episcopal Church, on Maine
E. OVER TON. JH i. I>. MONT ANV E.
OVERTON A MOXTAXYE, ATTOII
NE \ S A T LA ft'—Office in Union Block, former
I/occupied hy JAS. MAI TAKI.ANK.
IL.T. MAIMI.I P. I>. MORROW.
MAPI LL k MORROW, A TTORNE YS
. AND COUNSELLORS AT LA W,—Office
over Mercur's Store. Towauda, Pa.
Towanda, April 2, M. • n-43-tf
DR. E. I I. MASON, TPHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON, offers his professional services to the
people of Towanda and vicinitv. Office at his residence
on Pine street, where he can always he found when not
TA B. PARSES, ATTORNEY AT
IA LAW, TROY, Bradford Co., Pa. Office over V.
M. dp 11. F. Long's store. Aug- 7,136,
HENRY R. MKEAN, ATTORNEY
AT LAIV, TOWANDA, PA.; will pay prompt
attention to business entrusted tohiin. Collections made
on reasonable terms, with prompt remittances. oillli
SMITH, having returned to
AU Towanda, has opened a Law Office over Mercur's
Store. Dec. 1, 1857.
THE subscriber continues to carry on tlie
Foundry business in Towanda, and is prepared to
do all kinds of work iu his line on short notice and in a
workmanlike manner. Me will keep on hand or make to
order Plows, Stoves, Mill Irons, Sleigh Shoes, Wagon-
Boxes, and any article of cast iron that may he required.
Turning and tilting up work will l>e done <>n short notice
and on reasonable terms. Persons wishing to purchase
Stoves of any kind will find it much to their advantage
to buy at the Foundry, as they can he repaired much
cheaper. Please call and examine la-fore purchasing else
where. Old cast iron and Grain taken in payment.—
Don't mistake the place—one door eastof Mercur's Block.
ITAT I would also say to those having accounts stand
ing over six months, that they must lie settled without
delay, and those having notes that ate due will do wellto
pay up and save cost. JOHN CARMAN.
Towauda, Oct. 22,1850.
NEW TIN SHOP!
r I" , HE under-igned respectfully informs his friends and
J- the public generally, that he lias opened a new
TIN WARE A SHEET IRON ESTABLISHMENT
in the Foundry, first door below Mercur's Store, where
be is prepared to couduct the business in all its various
Tin Ware and House Spouting of all kinds, made to or
der, on short notice. Stoves of various styles constantly
! tor sale. Particular Attention pnid to Jobbing. Old Iron,
I Copper and Brass taken in exchange for goods.
•lime 1. Is.Vs. JOHN CARMAN.
ARE YOU INSURED?
Susquehanna Mutual Insurance Co.,
TOWANDA, BRADFORD COUNTY, PA.
T!1 IS Company insures against loss or dam
.l. age by Fire. Dwelling houses, Furniture Warehnn
i ses. Stores and Merchandize, Ac., on the most reasonable
H W. TRACY. ALLEN M'KEAN,
JOHN F. LONG, GUY TRACY,
I EZRA HOI.COMB, JOB KIIJBY,
JUSTUS LEWIS, DANIEL BAILEY,
ISAAC MYER, MM. KIXGSLEY.
PRECEPTOR FORBES, JOSEPH POWELL.
11. W. TRACY. President.
ALLEN M'KEAN. Vice President: JUDSOX HOL
| COMB, Secretary; LA PORTE, MASON A- CO.. Treas.
11. !!. AL'KKAX.
TURK INSURANCE AGENT, at To,ran
jJL da, Pa., for the following reliable Companies :
Farmers Union Insurance Co. . Alliens, Pa.
Capital , $200,000.
State. Mutual Insurance Co. . Ilarrisburg, Pa.
Capital, $200,00 0.
Cirard Insurance Co. . Philadelphia, Pa
■ Great Western Insurance Co. - Philadelphia
Towanda, July Is, I*sß.
TOWANDA HARDWARE, CUTLERY
I HON AND STOVE STOI'.E.
n c. II AI.L
-T Wholesale and Retail Dealer
j j*rj—'" hardware and Stoves, Iron
' ( ' il> - House Trimmings—
tllji) 1 1, ,ji,- - . g/Wffif' l ' l kiu.L<f( 'arriage trimmings,
! s, '- ( ' Cloths atid Laces. Carriage
and Scat Spring-. f'.rr
[.enter-' and Joiners' Planes.
I and Circular Saws. Blacksmith
I V Tools, Bellows, Anvils. Vices,
j Hammers and Screw Plates,
Axes. Broad Narrow, Lath and Hand Hatchets—Cable,
Log. Trace and Haltr, Chains, Crowbars, Picks, Shovels
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY—shears and Scis
sors, Edge Tools of all kinds. Brass and Enameled Kettles,
shovel and Tongues. Spoons and Ladles, Tubs and Pails.
Mops and Washboards, and all other kinds of houc-keep
In the H ARDWARE line, Brass, Brittania. Jappaned
and Plain Tin Ware, single or in sett-. Bar. Band. Scroll
and Hoop Iron, Steel of all kinds. Nail Rods, Ac. Pumps, i
I.ead Pipe and all the necessary fixtures for water works, i
Patent. Stretched 1 .rather Belting and String Leather,
and 10,000 other articles too numerous to mention, that
I we are now receiving direct from the hands of manufac
turers andimporters, including the largest assortment
and greatest variety of
Stores 2.> per cent, less than usual for Cash,
or drain at (he highest market prices.
Coal and Wood Cooking, Coal and Wood Parlor. Pining
llnom, Six Plate and Cylinder.erer brought into Northern
Pennsylvania or Southern New York ; all of which we
nre now prepared to sell at wholesale or retail, at as low
rates, and on as good Terms as can be found this side of i
New-York, from the fact that all our goods were bought j
| >f first hands and iu full packages and large quantities.
I that gives us an advantage over smaller purchasers and I
! Dry Good- dealers, that wiil enable us to -ell from 5 to )
15 per cent, less than any of them, which advantage we
shall offer to any who will favor us with a call before pur
A large quantity of Tin ware, Stove Pipe and Elbows
always on hand, wholesale and retail. All kinds of Job
Work done to order, on short notice and warranted.
Don't mistake the place to buy STOVES and HARD
WARE cheap—one door South of Tracy A Moore's, and
Powell's new block on Main street, in tlie new Wood
Building, lettered all over.
Grain and Country Produce, old Iron, Brass, Brittania
and Copper. Dried Fruit of all kinds, Feathers and Bees
wax wanted for goods.
10,000 Sheep Pelts wanted, for which the highest price
n CASH will lie paid.
£4* No credit given over four months, and all hav
ing accounts or notes over due hail better call and pay
immediately, if thev wi-h to save cost.
Towanda, October 13,1858.
SALE or REAL ESTATE.
I TIRE valuable Real Estate, known as "The
L Taiken's Lands," situate in Warren twp., Bradford
( o Pa., are now ottered for sale to the highest and best
i his body of lands consist of four tracts, containing I
Mb I KK\ HLNDHKD ACRKB of good farming land,
situate about live miles from the X. V. Erie Railroad,
l ej sons desirous to purchase will send their offers in
writing in the nature of bids per acre to my agent, Wji
ELWRLL Esq at bis I.ffiee in TOWANDA, by the 15th
day of NOV EMBER next. !
Offers will he received for the whole body, or for the
separate parcels agreeably to the present sub-divisions. |
INO sale will be made of less than one hundred acres, and i
the parcels will not he sold separately unless the body can '
be disposed of iu that way.
Terms, one-third in hand and the balance in two year- i
ly instalments with interest.
..... . SARAH L. KEENE,
i>i •. Administratrix c. T. A. f John luikens, dee'd. I
Philadelphia, Sept. 15,1858.
| jsa WOW IS THE TIME
TF TO GET
I K MELAINOTYPES & AMBROTYPES CHEAP!
I \ G. H. WOOD
I \llas reduced his prices of all kinds of
"3 Pictures with Cases, 25 per tent.
Frames of all kinds kept on hand also at reduced pri
ce*. tvood Cases with Melaiuotypes, 75 cents ; all other
kinds in proportion. Rooms open at all hours. Picture*
taken in all kinds ot weather (except tor children.) All
Towanda, Julv 27, Is/is.
ySBf W. A. CRAMBERLIN,
~~ZB CLOCK A WATCH WA ,
tVi-ivA c lum,
TowanC, p a
THIS IS THE ESTABIJSTTMFVT
A where 3-011 can find a verv fine as. ' 1
WATCHES AND JEWELRY of all '
good stock of CLOCKS, prices ranging frm,, n, i 4
up, and warranted to give good satisfaction or'. '"V.
I am also agent for the sale of D. E. I.KN'T'S ill'''
Barometers, which every farmer should alw* M 7..
ees from $8 to S2O, according to finish RFPaTbiy'"
done as usual in a neat and workmanlike mannl. 7 '
ranted. WM. A. ( if \ \rn-m d ,7 v '
N. B. The person that took a Brea-t Pin
July 3d, to show to his wife, had hettef call j R \" •
regard to the matter, perhaps it will save him' T '
and trouble. ''' * UIBe C( *t
Towanda. Nov. 24. l-C.-C
JEWELRY! JEWELRY! JEWELRY'
A. IVX. Warner's
New 4* Splendid Jewelry Store, one doormat
of Potions Drug Store
oo ,J AS just been opened withthelarw*. ,
most choice stock of F Wiinv -
K"—' 3) P" wi< '- Indeed, he can J
Ult "l"'"" of his <•' store ha- w, :
.uignratcd a new era in tin- :
1 inasmuch a. along with the choice and elegaet „ '
• tie gives the most reliable wunn eof aaslm>i
ble reduction in prices : the rich and tasteful ni, ii 1 "
lag Wen all bought with ready cash. 4r
A. M. W., when lie reflects how, for the past years u
a far less attractive stock, he has enjoyed -o large" * '
of public patronage, flatters himself that the
; crease of Goods he now offers, which have Keen i, u .c, !
• much more advantageously, wili enable hitato in-L
the generous confidence which has hitherto ben v.
safed to him. He therefore solicits a continuanceof tl.
favor of liis old customers, and invites the pubiu v o
j ly to come and see the fashions. " r
' *R THE AVATCH REPAIRING DEPARTMENT I
! continue to he distinguished by the skill and iWc!
which lias heretofore enabled it to enjoy the eaviab ' n
utation ofleing the most reliable in town.
Towanda, Septemlier 24, 155.
TOWANDA CABINET WAREHOUSE
CHESTER WELLS WONK
respectfully inform his friend.
stand one door north ot laiporte. Ma-on A Co.'a Un'
house, a large and extensive assortment of * ■
Sofas, Mahogany Chairs, of various patterns
Rosewood and Mahogany Side and Centre T:i'
Dining.Tea and Pembroke Tables. Stands of ever,
kind. Cane, Flag and Wood seat Chairs,high
Chairs, Children's Rockers, Bedstead-
Bureaus. Lounges, Gilt and Rose- '
wood Picture Frames Iron Hat
Stands, Corner and do.
i of walnut and mahogany; Cradles, Cribs, Wardrbes
: Cupboard-, Looking glasses, Ac.
•arCOFFINS, of every size and quality, aad will i
tend OH all occasions when required.
The public are invited to examinemvassortment befar
purchasing elsewhere, as I will sell chea per than any otht
establishment in Northern Pennsylvania.
Towanda, August 8. 1855.
THE OLD STAND
STILL IN OPE RATION
THE subscriber would snnout?
and will make to order i
"ie ' f~T k:, " ls °i CABINET FURNITi'PJ
I T4 snch Sofn. T>ivan. Iy>ani'fß iYj
INJiliprea;tre, Card, Dining and Breakla-iTi
i£-'^^i|f[F""f5 Si£ f bie. Mahogany, Walnut.Mj, -
(f rCln-rrj- Bureaus, Stands of var-:
5- 1 L—. 1 kinds. Chair-ami Beil-teaiNofevc
description, which are, and will Ik> made of thehN®
terial and workmanlike manner, ami which thev vi!! k
for ca-h cheaper than can Lc bought iu any other 54.1
room in the country-
READY-MADE COFFINS, on hand on themo-'si
sonahle terms. A good HEARSE will lie furnished ]
Funeral occasions. JAMES MACKIN'sOX.
Towanda, January 7 1.1857.
GHOCEII23S, PROVISIONS, dkC
lUcsl side of the Public Square, opposite :i
T) AILEY k NEVINS nre jnst receiving
) laree addit iou to their stock of Provisioni.Gruvr t
Yankee Notions. Toys, Fruit, Confectionarv, Ac.,*'
will he sold wholesale of retail for cash, or in eitanrH
most kinds of country produce, at prices that csiiiK a
to suit purchasers. Consumers or country dealers * J
do well to call and examine our stock and prices.
Black and Green Tea, Rio and Java Coffee, Checutß
Cocoa, Sugar. Molasses, Syrup, (linger. Pep]>er
Cloves, nutmegs. Mace cinaiuon. Ground Mustard.lV;tH
Sauce. Soda. Saleratns, Cream Tartar, Spermaud u-
Candles, Bar Soap, Vinegar, Starch, Ac.
Flour. Buckwheat Flour, Rye Flour. Corn Meal. f
Pork. Binu \ shoulder-, m k rel, 1
Trout. I'i. keled and Smoked Herring.Cheese,Rice.
Onions, Potatoes, Butter. Lard. Crackers, Ac. Ac.
Prunes. Citron, Figs, Eng. Currants. Raisins.
oris and Oranges, Green and Dried Apples, and !'•
Almonds, Pecan nuts. Prazil nuts. Grenoble and V.. I
Walnuts. Filliert.s, Pea nuts. Chestnuts, Hickory
Gkkman, FRENCH and AMERICAN TOY. . FANCY '
Ac.—Boys' Sleighs, Tin Wagons, China. Peater A
Tea Setts, Dolls. Trumpets. Toy Guns. Accnnli*" 4 .
Monicas, tilass. Paper anil Wood Inlaid Work by-cM
Toilet Cases, Toy Bureaus, Secretaries. Ac. Pearl,
Papier Mai he and Leather Port Monaies Wallet-. P
Ivory. Horn and Wood Pocket and Toilet Combs. 1
co and Snuff Boxes, I igar Cases. Tooth. Hair and
Brushes, Fancy Mirrors, Perfumery. Hair 0i!,.l
FOOLS CAP, Letter, Commercial Note and
Paper, Envelopes. Wafers, Sealing Wax. Ink.
Wafer Cups, Sand Boxes, Penholders, Pens, Wafer
TABLE AND DAIRY SALT, Salina and !l"i'k -y y
Cayuga Ground Plaster. BAILEY A NiJ
Towanda, Novemler 26,1855.
TOMB STONES AND MONUMENT®
Towanda Marble Factory.
(Nearly Opposite the Ward Home.
MK The siilscriler has just opened the '" *
MARBLE FACTORY, when *_■
I'•'o | a red to furnish Moniiments ' ll!
.'/yHITII Stones, manufactured from the
!f%± Of RUTLAND and ITALIAN MARI'-L*
fi\ wrought into such styles and designs A
buit every variety of taste. .
if Persons Wishing to make their s ■
-"s can do so whenever in Towauda, by i' - -j
this New Establishment. .
The superior quality of the stock, the arti-i'
of the work.and the promptness with which
be tilled, will offer inducements to visit thine -
F. H. BALDWIN, Pwi ' H
Towanda, July 26, 1858.
WAVKRLT. TOWANUA. "■ H
Hon. Nathan Bristol, Prof. C. R- •''
('. IL Sliepard. Cashier, Rev. Julius Foster ■
R. G. Crans, Mervhant, H. 8 Mereur. Men ■
Alpin A Doubleday.do. Moutanyc-. , I
Rev. O.Crane. T. M. Woodruff, .. H
" Win. Putnam. Col. A. Jl'Kean. 1 '-'B
" I). A. Shepard, Hon. D. Wilinot, I
P. Tyler. Pres't. Bank. " J. ('• Ad'.tn^-
cmswrsq. " Wa. Bm ...
G. W. Buck, Us,,. K. A. Parsons. W- rU
wvßox. E. O. Goodrich,W-' '
V. E. Piollet. Esq.
QCRUBBING BRUSHES, MOPSTJ^
LJ Baskets, Grain Measures, I'ails, Tubs, ■7* -
Traps, Ac., at Nov. 2.
O UGARS of every grade, KJ ,v a,u !
k3 Svrup and Molasses, and the best Tea i" -J
HOODS AND RIGGOLETTS, J
Nov. 24. ROCK^ 1 : 1 -!
CTOYES FOR SALE.- A Seco|
0 No. 10, Queen of the WT
iu eomlition—also a Sbeet-iron Air
—wili be solil cheap. Apply at this ofnee. -
| 4 'J?.s RAZIX I'S a A LPACAS in all 2: 1
JD frcti I*'id to 12s a yard, at \,;>H A
e - -lie fllri
EXTRACTS for flavoring, for S'"F()N
Readers of the Repoi ter - v ,
I F von want to buy Dry G>'o s. famy ■' |(|< , |
I kie Notions, elwaper ilvu" . v "'' 'J'.. A ii> -
take a trip to I IV :i I•'' 1