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Hasty Hiuts ou Spring Work.
Cijivkk Seed on M'ixtfr Wiikat may lie
sow ii in y lime this month. Frost thus lot
hurt if, unless it luis germ Hiatal. Ir mar lie
is nil advantage in so doing—the miow, ns if
melts, warliiug the seed in'o the ground. Un
less Ihe soil at.fi the vauthtr nre veiy dry,
however, there is little danger that the seed
will niit germinate. Tin* wheat plants afford
sufficient shade and moisture.
Last year, the weather wa> remarkably warm
early in the spring, followed by protracted mi.
and cold. Mm.li of the clover seed sown early
hail started, and the young phi :ts perished.—
To nvoid snch failure, some of oar best farmers
sow part of the seed say the fiiM wet k in April
and again aboat the 20; It. This is double
labor of sowing, hut it lessens the risk of fail
are ; and when the second <twing is crosswise
tlie lirst, it secures a morn even distribution of
It is well to sow a bushel of plasterper acre,
for the benefit, of the young clover piunls
Many good farmers in Western -N York
think it is better to sow tlie plaster on the
wheat at the time of sowing the clover, t! an
to sow it on the clover the next spring. Some
however, think the plaster has a tendency to
retard the ripening of the wheat ; and if this
is the case, of course the practice cat oi l> * n -
commended, as the liability to injury from the
midge is largely augmented by any dwlay in
the ripening processes. Whether piaster real
ly has this effect or not. we can not tell. In
Mr. I i iwes' experiments, alkaline salts in con
nection with ammonia had a tendency to in
crease the quantity of straw without an increase
of grain ; i e., alkalies and ammonia gave no
more grain, hut more s/rnir, than the same
quantity of ammonia without alkalies, it is
not improbable that plaster might have the
Since liie advent of the midge, and the de
creased quantity of land sown to wheat, clover
is sown more extensively with spring grains.
Barley is undoubtedly the best spring crop for
this purpose. In England, nearly ail the clover
is sown with barley. The land is made as line
and mellow as possible, and the clover seed is
generally sown after the barley has been har
rowed in and the work completed, except rul
ling, which is done after the barley is up. If
the land is at all cloddy, it is better to roll be-,
fore the clover is sown. There is much more
(dover seed lost from burying it too deep than
from not covering it at all. Several years ago,
we recollect seeing the results of some careful
experiments, made by Mr. Stkruvu, of Scot
land, on sowing clover seed at different depths.
More seals germinated when covered very
slightly (if we recollect aright, the eighth of
an inch,) than at any greater depth—the de
crease being in proportion to the depth. Tlio.-e
sown on the surface gave a less favorable rc- j
suit than those slightly covered, but better than
any sown at a greater depth ; — i e., those cov
ered the eighth of an inch did best ; those sown
on the surface, nearly as well ; those covered
one-fourth of an inch, not quite -o well as those
on the surface ; those covered half an inch,
still worse ; and so on, till at two inches they
did not germinate at all.
As a general rule, clover does not succeed !
so well sown with oats as with barley, spring '•
wheat, or rye, though we have known several
instances where a good set of clover has been
obtained when seeded with oats. Willi this j
crop, it would undoubtedly lie safer to sow a j
little more seed.
For pasture, and wlten it is intended to plow
up the land at the end of one or two years, we
should sow nothing hot clover. From four to
six quarts, or from eight to twelve pounds, is
the nsual quantity in such cases. For mowing
six pounds of medium clover, and four and a
half pounds of timothy seed, is the nsual quan
tity, varying less or more according to the con
dition of the soil. We are in favor of thick 1
seeding, and would much rather sow more than
less. English farmers, as a rule, sow half as
much again clover and grass seeds per acre ns
we do and a greater variety. They find theirac
count in so doing. We have known experienc
ed English farmers sow as much ns 20 lbs. per
acre of red clover, trefoil, ami white Dutch, in
addition to rye-grass. Our land is so well ad
apted to clover and grass, that such thi, k s< ed
ing is unnecessary here ; but we are not sure if
it would not sometimes be advantageous to sow
more seed than we do.
There nre few implements more needed on
American farms than a light pair of harrows
for covering small seeds. The roller answers
the purpose to some extent ; but if the soil is ,
at all damp, and dry weather ensues, a hard
crust forms on the surface, through which it is
difficult for the seeds to penetrate. An imple
ment which should combine the operation of
roller and harrow, would be an improvement,
for this purpose, upon either. The late Mr.
Smith, of Dcnnsfon, invented an implement
which is designed to accomplish this result.—
It is called the web-h.n• roir. It consists of an
iron chain web, connected by discs or quoits
of iron which, lying obliquely upon their sides
when in operation, roll around, thus tearing
and abrading the surf ice of the ground, audi
grinding the smaller clods, so as to expose and
disturb the surface sufficiently to cover the
small seeds strewn upon it. It is by tiie rub
bing of the sides of the discs against the land,
as they revolve, that they are especially useful ;
more than hv the action of their edgi s, though
that is also efficient to some extent The price '
of this harrow in England is aboat $25, cover
ing 2.) square feet of ground. The common
brush-harrow—a framework of wood interlac
ed with brush—forms a good substitute for the
expensive implement of Mr. SMITH. It merely
scratches the surface, and so far gives the seeds
a very shallow covering : but it wants the j
weight which makes the web harrow to com
press as well as abrade the surface, both of
which conduce to its efficiency.
BARl.ki'.—Since the uncertainty of the wheat j
crop, the cultivation of barley is attracting
more attention. Our short, dry, hot summers,
arc not as well adapted fur barley as for wheat. I
Our best samples of wheat are heavier, finer,
drier, and more farinaceous than the English ;
while our barley is decidedly inferior to that,
grown in the cool, long summers of the British
Isles. Barley delights in a loose, warm.quick
soil. Its roots spread but little—not half as
far or deep as the roots of wheat. Heuce the
soil should be rich, ami as loose ns possible.
It is probably owing to this fact that super- |
phosphate ot lime (which seems to develop the
formation of roots) lias a better effect on bar
ley than ou wheat. A clayey soil will produce
good barley, if it can be made sufficiently light
I'OMTPVES* is like an air cushion—there may
be nothing iu it, but it eases vonr io!'S WOR
GUCVEK Si BAEEEB
Family Sewing Machines.
! NEW STYLES—PRICES SSO TO $125.
EXTIt.V CHARGE OK *.-> FOB iIEMMEKS.
P. B. ('II V VIM. Kit, AOKNT, MONTROSE;
J. M. ROBINSON, KAKK-ST., EJ.mira.
| Til EsE MACHINES sew from two spools.
I. as p ivluistd from tin .-tore, requiring n<> re-wiud
; ing of thread ; they Hem. fell, Gather, anil iStieh in a
j viperi r -tyle, llnisliinjt each seam by their ma opera
tion, without recourse to the hand ueoille, a- is required
| liy other niaehiue-. They will >1 • better and cheaper
sewing than a -i aiii.-tre-s. even if .-lie work < for one cent
an hour, and are, unquestionably, the best Machines in
i the market for family sew injj. ou account of their .simpli
city. durability, ease of management, and ad iption to all
varieties of family sewing—executing eitln r heavy or line
I work with equal facility, and without special adjustment.
As evidence of the unquestioned superiority of their
i .M idlines, the (.rover A Bakej Sewinp Machine Coinpa
j ny beg leave to respectfully refer to the folio .viug
I •• Having had one of (drover A linker's Mnchines in my
family for nearly a year and n half. I take pleasure in
: eninineiulirfg it as every war reliable for the purpose for
i wiii< ii it is designed Kaiuily Sewing."- Mrs. Joshua
f.earitt, wife of lire. Ih . l.cuvit, Editor of S. V. Inde
" 1 onfess myself (blighted with your Sewing Machine,
which lias been in my family for several months. It has
nlw ays been ready for duty, requiring no adjustment, and
is ca.-ily adapted to every variety n;' family sewing, by
simply changing the spools of thread."' Mrs. Elizabe h
Shirk/and, irifi of Iter. /Jr. Strickland, Editor of
S. I*. Christian Advocate.
" After trying several good machines, 1 preferred
yours, on account of its simplicity, and the perfect ease
with which it is managed a> well'as the strength and du
rability of the seam. Alter long experience, I feel com
petent to speak in this manner, and to confidently recom
mend it for every variety of family sewing."— Mrs.E. li.
Spooner, wife of the Editor of Brooklyn Star.
" 1 have used a (I rover A Baker Machine for two years,
and I have found it adapted to all kinds'nf family sewing!
from Cambric to Broadcloth. Garments have been worn
without the giving away of a stitch. The Machine is
easily kept in order, and easily used.— Afi ♦. A. B. Whip
ple, wife of Her. (ten. Whipple, Sew York.
'■ Your Sewing Machine has been in use in my family
the past two years, und the ladies request me to gin
vow their testimonials to its perfect adapt uess, as well as
labor-saving qualities in the performance of family and
h.iusehijd sewing.— Robert Boormun, Sew York.
" Kor several months we have used Grover A Baker's
Sewing Mm-hine, and have come to the conclusion that
every l id v who desires her sewing beautifully and quickly
tone, would be most fortunate in possessing one ot these
reliable and indefatigable "iron needle women." whose
combined qualities of beauty, strength and simplicity,
arc invaluable. ./. IY. Morns, daughter of Urn. tiro.
J'. Morns, Editor of the Home Journal.
Extract of letter from Thos. It. Lenvitt, an American
gentleman, now resident in Sydney, New South Wales,
dated January Ift, ls.qs.
"Iliad a tent made in Melbourne, in l-oft, in which
there were over three thousand yards of n-wiugdoue with
one of Grover As Baker's Machines, am] a single seam of
that has outstood all the double seams sewed bv sailors
with a needle and twine."
" If Homer could be called up from bis murky hades.he
would sing the advent of Grover A B.ikerasa more l>e
nign int miracle of art than was ever Vulcan's smithy.
Me would denounce midnight shirt-m iking us " the dire
ful spring of woes unnumbered."— Prof. Xorth.
" I take pleasure in saying, that the Grover A Baker
SewiiigMachines have more than sustained mvexpectation.
After trying and returning others,l have three of them in
operation in tnv different places, and, after four year's
trial, have no fault to find— J. 11. Hammond, Senator of
" My wife has had one of Grover A Baker's Sewing
M i dlines for aome time, and I am satisfied it is one of
the best lals>r-saving-niarhines that lias been invented. I
take much pleasure in recommending it to the public."
J. (r. /lams, (tovernor of Tennessee.
" Tt is a beautiful thing, and puts cvervb.,dy into an
excitement of g ,nd humor. AVer,- r a Catholic. I should
in-ist upon Saints Grover A Baker having an eternal ho
liday m commemoration of their good deeds for humaui- i
ty. -Cassias M. Clay.
" I think it by far the best patent in use. This Machine
can he adapted from tiie finest cambric to the heaviest
eassimere. It sews stronger, faster, and more beautifully
than one ran imagine. If mine could not he replaced
money could not buy it."'— Mrs. J. (j. Brown, Sashrilh
" It is speedy, very neat, and durable in its work ; is '
easily understood and kept in repair. I earnestly recom
mend this Machine t<> all my a quaintances,and others."
■ill's. M. .1. Forrest. Memphis, 'lean.
" We find this Machine to work to our satisfaction.and
with pleasure recommend it to the public, us wc believe !
the i.rover A Buk- r to be the tic-t Sewing Machine in
use. —l)eaty Brothers, Allison, 'Venn,
" If nsedj expressly for family purposes with ordinary
care. 1 will wager they will last one " three -core wars
and ten " and never get out of Joint Erikine,Sash
" I have had your Machine for several weeks, and am
I erfeetly satisfied that the work it does is the best and
m<t Ih .iitit'nl that was ever made."— Maggie Aimison,
" I iwo my Machine upon cnafs. (Ires-making and fine
linen stitching, and the work is admirable—far better
than the lie-t hand-sewing. or any other machine I have
ever seen."— Fury B. Thompson, Xashrille, Trnn.
." I find the work tlic strongest and most Vie uitiful I have
ever seen, made either liy hand or machine, and regard
the Grover .V liaker Machine as one of the greatest bless
ings to our sex-" Mrs. Taylor, Xushc.lle, Trnn.
"I have one of Grover A Hiker's Sewing Machines in
use in my family, and find it invaluable. I can confidently
recommend it to ail persons in want of a machine."
(}. T. Thompson, Xashrille, Trnn.
" I take pleasure in certifying to the utility of the
drover .V Raker Sewing Machines. 1 have used one on al
most every description of work for months, and 1 tin.! it
much stronger and better in every respect than work done
by hand. —A/rs. It. 11. ii 'heeler, Xashrille, Tcnn.
" T would he unwilling to dispose of my Grover A Baker
Machine for a large amount, could 1 not replace it again
at pleasure. — .Mrs. 11. (I. Scovel, Xashrille, Term.
" Our two Machines, purchased from yon, do the work
"f twenty young ladies. We with pleasure recommend
the Cr-.ver A Biker Sewing Machine to be the best in
use."— X. Slillman <j- Co., Memphis, Tenn.
" The drover A Baker Sewing Machine works admira
bly. I think the stitch and work far superior to that of
any Sewing Machine 1 ever saw. On fine work. I think
the M irhine would be hard to be beat."—if. J. lJavie,
Memphis, T nn.
" I find the Machine easily managed, very durable, and
take pleasure in recommending it to all who wish conve
nience. economy and pleasure."—AD >. F. Titus, Mem
" The drover A Baker Sewing Machines have given
such satisfaction that we cheerfully recommend thm to
all who wish a good and substantial Sewing Machine. It
executes work with much care and speed, and more finely
than any other machine f have seen."— Mrs. H.B. Mitch
el, Memphis, Term.
" 1 am happy to give my testimony in favor of droverA
Baker s Sewing Machine, and of the perfect satisfaction it
gives in every respect. It -c\fs neatly, and is by no means
complicated, and I prefer it to ail others I have seen."
Mrs. Bryan, wife of Iter. A. M. Bryan, Memphis.
" It affords me much pleasure to say that the Machine
works well : and I do not hesitate to recommend it as
p ,: M g all the advantages y.ui . i.iim for it. Mv wife
is much pleased with it. and we take pleasure to certify
to this effect."— lt. C. Brinkley, Memphis, Tenn.
" It gives me pleasure to fin J the G rover A Baker Sew
ing Machine giving so much satisfaction. I have it in con
stant use, and find it all that could l>e de-ire.l. It is the
most simple and durable machine in use, and 1 heartily
recommend it."— F. M. White, Memphis, Tenn.
" Having seen, examined, and used many other kinds
of Sewing Machines, 1 feel free to say that the <1 rover A
Baker Machines are far superior to" all others in use."—
.V. Francois Silt:, .Memphis, Tenn.
" I consider my machine invaluable, and would not
take five times its costs, if I could not supply its place.
With it I can do all my family sewing in aboutone fourth
the time I could with my hands."— M. J. Scott,Xashrille,
*irSEND FOB A CIRCULAR."®*
A LOCAL AGENT WANTED.
POLLING WOOD & LEVEEICE, SUR-
V.' 1 VKVOITS, ENGINEERS, AND DRAUGHTSMEN,
are prepared surveys, attend professional I v as
CIVIL. MECHANIC, OR
F.ieeute ARCHITECTURAL, TOPOGRAPHIC AND
and transact all business connected therewith, witli neat
ness, accuracy and despatch.
OFFICE, with Coliingwood Brothers, Jewelers. Id Lake
Street. EI.MIEA. N. Y.
F. COLLING WOOD. G. LEVEltlCll.
REFERENCES S. Benjamin Trarv Beadle. Klmira •
Suleey Cimp E. q. Owafo ; Judge D. Bondman'
Feb, J, 1859.
WHOLESALE &. RETAIL
Boot and Shoe Manufactory.
-p JOHN 13EIDLEMAN & CO.,
T i respectlnllv Inform the public that they have
I the manufacture ot Boots A Shoes,
in the 3d story ot Beidleninii> Block,corner of
M iinJA Bridge streets." where they are prepared with
I everv facility to furnish at Wholesale and Retail. Boots
and Sir es, of every description, of the very best materi
als ai.d niauufactured in the nm-t workmanlike manner.
Mods I'ranch Caff, l\ip and Coarse hoots
aud Shoes. 1 Contents ami Children's
hoots and Shoes, of every description.
By tbe case or single pair, dealers are particularly re
quested to give us a call, as we believe withjour facilities
w-ea i furnish a betier article at a LOWER RATE than
■ can be 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 T,EA
THER and FINDINGS which will be sold at the lowest
CASH paid for Hides, Sheep Pelfs. Ac., at the highest
market rates. J. BEIDLKMAX & CO
Towanda, Dec. 22, IMS. •
MYER'SM 1L L.S.
ciMIE undersigned having purchased the above well
1 known mills and att.u bi dtoit a Steam Engine, and
also |>ut 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—trusting that the reputation
the mill has heretofore borne may not suffer in tbe hand;
of the new firm. It shall be our aim to do all work en
trusted to us promptly and in the best possible m nner.
'Customers from a distance may rely upon having their
work done at once, so as to make but one trip " to mill."
Mr. FROST w ill continue to give his own personal at
; tcntinn to t lie business at the mill.
CASH paid for all kinds of GRAIN ; also Flour. Meal
and Feed for sale at the lowest market prices.
MY'EH, FROST k CO.
ISAAC Ml KK J. O. FROST K. T. FOX.
| Nomil TIW AMIA, Oct. I), ls.>.
nR. CL S. PECK, Surgeon and Mechani
cal Dentist, being permanently located in Towanda,
tenders his professional services to its citizens. Especia
attention given to FILLING and CLEANSING DECAY
ED TEETH, also EXTRACTING and ARRANGING
IRREGULAR TEETH IN CHILDREN. Teeth insert
ed on pivot; also guru and plain incorruptible teeth
mounted on gold, silver, ebeoplastie and Sljytons base,
from one to an entire set, in the most artistic manner
known to the profession.
All the above operations will be performed with a
THOROUGH PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE of his busi
m >s. and duty to bis patient.
Office ever K. T. Fox's Store, No. 1, Brick Row. En
trance. first door oil Pine street.
X. B. Produce taken in part payment for dental ope
rations at it> market price.
July 30, 1358.
Patronize a Home Eatcrprize !
A liook-liindery in Towanda! i
UTE would respectfully announce to onr friends and
the public generally, that we have connected with
our Printing Office and Book V Stationery Store, a Plain
and Fancy BOOK-BINDKRY', and earne.-tly solicit the
patronage of all who desire anything in the line.
Having secured the services of one of the best binders
in the United States, We Hatter ourselves that we ran give
universal satisfaction both in workmanship and price
Therefore we present to the public the strongest assuran- I
ees that wc are prepared to bind in a workmanlike man- '
ner, all kinds of BOOKS, among which we may name I
Bibles, Histories. Music. Magazines, Pamphlets. Periodi
cals, Law and School Books, to order or pattern in
French, It a Han, German and .English sti/le • in
I elect, Sillc, Cloth, heather and Paper.
upon the most reasonable rates, for CASH, or ready pay
jr*Givc us a trial.
Particular attention given to re-binding Books. All j
work warranted to be properly executed.
jgarPlain and Fancy Paper Boxes made to order.
Jan 1, 1858. E. A. PARSONS.
BOOKS &. STATIONERY!
*srThe attention of tbe public is requested to the very
general ml excellent assortment always on hand at the
Argus Rook and Stationery Store, first building north of j
the Ward House. Call and examine our stock.
MACI It.N I! SHOP!
Again in XVZoticn !
THIIE Subscrihtr having purchased the above
J- works, situated at the lower end of town, near tbe
Canal Basin ot tiie Barclay Rail Road Co., (tho same es
tablishment formerly carried on by Lamnreiix, Hall f:
Russell.) and having employed a competent set of work
men. is now prepared to execute orders for Castings or
Machinery of almost any kind. He also manufactures
a variety of Cook, Parlor and Office stoves. He respect
fullys olieits a share,of public patronage.
Towanda. Sept. 8, 1858. O. D. BARTLETT.
New Store! New Frices!
H. AY r . NOBLE,
J\o. 5, 1 trick Rote, Towanda,
WHOLESALE k RETAIL LIQUOR
DEALER, now offers to the public a well selected !
stock of V. iucs, Liquors, Tobacco, Havana aud Domestic j
Cigars. ( 'onsisting in part of the following:
BRAND!ES.—Hennessey, (Itard. <'ogpac, and Dtipuy.
GlNS.—Holland. Rose, and Scbeidunt Schnapps.
RUMS.—Santa Cruz, Jamaica, and New England.
"WHISKEYS. -Bourbon, Scotch, Monongehala, Old :
Crow, and Old Rye.
\\ INKS.—Champa'gne, Claret, Sherry, Madeira, Bur
gundy. port. Mils'.it, Malaga, Domestic. French cor
dials of all brands.
CIGARS—I .a Victoria, Washington. Light Guards,
Rio Kon 10, Henry Clay, La Fontiea, Ut Isabella, La l-'lor !
d Cubana, Prineipe, Y'ara, Principe.
lOBAt * ().—A good a ssi ivtuieiit of (hit. Chewing. Smo
king and Manufactured Tobacco of various brands, ail of
which will be sold at the lowest prices for Cash, or to
prompt payers. All kinds ol produce Liken in exchange
N. B. A large lot of Jug, Demijohns, and bottles of alt
sizes for sale.
Towanda, Feb. 22, 18,59.
Mr-oa n r : q
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
Between J. Kingshery's 4* J. Powell's stores.
THE subscriber would respectfully tender to
i. all t '" s l" , " ( ' r s and the puhli<- generally hissin
-_^/La2DEL,<'Prp thanks for the very lilieral patronage ex- |
tended to him the past season. He solicits a continuance j
of tbe same.
He would say to tbe public that he intends to keep eon- I
st.antlv on hand a choice selection of MEATS of all kinds,
the best the country affords, which he intends to sell for
very small profits, either by the side, quarter or pound.—
Please give me a call.
W.Meats, Ac., will lie delivered on short notice, when
ordered, at, any place in the Corporation.
Towanda. Feb. 12,18&7. j. MrCABE.
GEO. 11. nr XTi ISTG,
r) ESPECTFLH.LY informs his former customers and-
L the public generally, t'aat lie has removed his
TAILOR'S SB OF ,
Io one door south of Tracy A Moore's store and imme*
diatel v oppi,site D. c. Half's Stove and Tin Store Main st.
He tlatters himself that from his long experience in bu
sini-ss lie will be able to please all who may favor him
with their custom. Owing to the tinr pressure in the mo
ney market, lie will make Coats from $2 50 to $1 50each
and other work in proportion for READY' PAY.
Country Produce in payment, will not be refused, if
ff.-rtul. Towanda. March 20. 1858.
\\ ORSIER HOODS. — A large lot of
T T Womens, Misses and Children's Hoods just re- '
reived at the Oct. 25. KEYSTONE STORE.
I^Kl'IT. —Fresh Raisins, Zantee Cm-rants,
Prunes, Dried Peaches, Apples and P.erries, at. '
Nov. 21. __ __ _ ROCKWELL'S.
(\\A) JAVA AND RIO COFFEE, PURE
Groin d Java Coffee, Green Tea at 50 cents per lb. '
as good as can Le bought at other places for 75 cents at ;
W - f FOX'S, i
I?XTRACT OP LEMON, ROSE YAX-i
X_J 11.1.A. and Almond, at . FOX'S.
COLE AND ri'l'Elt LEATHER, at;
U RO( KW KI.L S, cor. Main & Bridge sts. Patton's ■
Block. Nov. 24.
T ADFES' DOE GAtJNTLETTS.—Tbe
MA "Piccolomini Style," has been received, and is now
for sale at the act.2s. KETSTONE STORE.
PRINTED FRENCH MORI NOES —An
.L assortment of Color* of new and beautiful Styles,re
ceived to-day at
Oct. I!. POYVKJLI.'S KEYPTONF STORE. '
The, World Challenged ?
The Excelsior Churn!
Patented by SILAB HEWITT, July 11,1857.
THIS CHI UN is the result of years of experience by a
practical fanner, to produce a Churn that has all the
advantages of the old Dash Churn, and he a labor-saving
Machine. Me claim-for this Churn, tiud are prepared to
prove by aetnal demonstration, that it will produce more
butter—a letter quality--with less time and less labor -
than any other Churn iu market. It is perfectly simple
in its construction, not liable to get out of order, anil a
child can operate on it. Tt has been thoroughly tested by
several hundred farmers in Seneca and adjoining Counties,
and its merits fully established wherever introduced, and
is pronounced by all to le one of the greatest improve
. raents of the age.
tie" Die following extract from the Seneca Falls papers
of Mav lb;th, is a sample of what the " EXCELSIOR
CHCUN " has done, in competition with oWier Churns :
'• A trial between the Smith Churn, of Elgin, Illinois,
: (which took the first premium at the State Fair at Buffalo
last fall, and has taken the premium at all the Fairs where
jit has been exhibited) and the Excel-ior Ch irn.of this
village, touk place at Woodmansee's Hotel, the 20tti in>t.
i The cream was taken from the same vessel, after being
stirred up that it might be of the same temperature and
quality—one quart at a time—each Churn receiving two
gallons. The Excelsior Churn p oduced and gathered
the Rut tee hard and yellow in sue and a half minute.),
while the Smith Churn was 12 minute* in producing the
Butter, 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
Churn, being more than half as much as they gift
from the cream! The Smith Churn could not produce
any Butter from the buttermilk of the Excelsior Churn.'
Trial of Churns —Report of the Committee.
At the trial between Smith's Churn, from Elgin,lllinois,
and Hewitt's Excelsior Churn. manufactured in this vil
lage, which took place at Woodmansee's Hotel, on Wed
nesday morning, the following was the result of the trial:
Hewit's Churn, 2J lbs.—Butter in OA minutes.
Smith's Churn, 14 lbs. Butter In 12 minutes.
About two gallons of Cream was 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 eonld he brought from the milk from the llewit
( 'hum, which was transferred to Smith's. The quality of
Butter from Hewit's Churn was much the best, being of
better color, 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, Hewit's Churn being
shown to be greatly the superior.
EDWARD S. LATHAM,) r .
JONATHAN RACKET, \ < - omm,lUe -
Peneca Falls. May 29, 1858.
All that is asked for this Churn is, to let it rest on its
own merits—the world is challenged to produce better.
For particulars for Rights or Churns, address :
H. F. Bt RT, Ridgbury, Bradford County, l'a.
February 2, 1858. ' ~
The Great Atlantic Telegraph!
m.. E. SOLOMON'S
No. 2, Fatton's Sloch.
r pilE two greatest events of the Nineteenth Century,
I X are the submarine telegraph between Europe and
America, and the unparalled stock ot READY" MADE
CLOTHING OF M. E. SOLOMON! combining the
greatest variety, latest fashionable, and most durably
made Clothing ever brought to Towanda.
1 beg to inform the itizens of Towanda and vicinity,
that 1 have kkmoved t . No. 2, Buttons Block, one door
north of Rockwell's store, where 1 shall he happy to sec
j a'l my old friends and customers and as many new ones
,a" may wish to favor me with a call. Having just return
] ed from the Eastern and Western markets where i have
- purchased my Fall and Winter stock of CLOTHING,
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, Ac.. I can supply the
! public at lower rates than ever sold here before, as I have
bought my stock for Cash at the lowest figures.
MY' STOCK CONSISTS OF
Overcoats.—Superfine black Reaver Raglans and Sack
Overcoats; Black, brown and blue Pilot do: Petersham
do; Sup. black Union Cassimero do. Black, brown and
gray Sealskin do ; Deerskin do; Lion skin do; Fancy
Bear --kin do. and various other styles, too numerous to
Knot kcoats.—Fine French black Broadcloth double
breasted I-rock Coats, single-breasted, same; Medium
quality do; Cotton warp do; French Beaver Business
do; F'ancy Cassiinere do ; Side Band d<>; Black Union
Cass, do ; Fancy Satiuctt do ; Tweed and Kentucky Jean
Pants.— Sup. black Doeskin Pants ; Medinm do ; Blk.
cotton warp do ; Fancy Cassiinere side band do; Satti
nett do ; Farmers and Mechanics C'assiniere do.
Vests.—French Fancy Silk Velvet Vests : Chenille and
Printed do; Silk Vests, of all descriptions; Silk and
Worsted do: Bla-k Satin do; Cassiinere Vests; Satti
net and Plush do.
Fi knisiiino Goons.—Fancy Silk Ties. Block do ; Fan
cy Silk Scarfs ; Black figured Scarfs: Black Silk Cra
vats : Linen Pock, t Handkerchiefs ; Cambric do : Silk
do : Fancy cotton do : White linen-bosom shirts ; Fan
cy Marseilles do ; Fancy Linen do ; White Marseilles By
ron Collars ; Fancy do; Fancy and white linen do;
White string and lap do ; Hosiery, of all kinds ; Suspen
ders ; \\ hite and Mixed Men's Wrappers and Drawers.
A complete assortment of Boy's Clothing! Boots and
Shoes and Rubbers, of all kmds, Sole Leather, Upper
1/father. Kip Skin. Calf Skin, etc.
Our motto : " Qrnic Salks asp Smai.i. Pro kits."'
Cash will !*.- paid for Wool, Hides, Sheep Pelts, and all
kinds of Grain, at the highest market prices.
Remember, removed to No. 2, Button's Block, former
ly occupied by William A. Rockwell.
Towanda, Sept. 2(1, 1858. M. E. SOLOMON.
H. A. BURB AN K'S BAKERY
One Door North of the Word House.
\\J - v0 " ran fi,ul !l constant supply of Bread. Rusk,
V V Crackers, Cookies, Jumbles, aud all kinds of Fancy
&ir OY STKRS furnished by the quart or keg, or cook
ed to order.
rtr Particular attention paid to filling orders for parties
Returning our sincere thanks for the liberal patronage
bestowed upon us during the past year, and hoping j.y
cluse application to business to merit a continuance of the
same, we remain as ever, your humble servant,
March Hi. Is/,;. R. ~\. IM RBANK.
I? I IFALO HOBES.—Two do/.. LulTulo
X * Robes, just received and for sale cheap, at
Nov. 15.15.i5. POWELL'S KEYSTONE STORE.
DARCLAY R. tt. k COAL COMPANY.
X-X—Retail prices of Coal at Towanda per ten :
...... LUMP COAL. SMtTIT COAL.
By the single ton $2,25. $2,00.
After the first of December COAL will be delivered in
town, at the door, at 25 cents per load.
COAL 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 store oftl. D. B\KT-
I-ETT. . JAMES M AGFARLANE,
Towanda, Nov. 24, 1858. Gcn'l Superintendent.
Great Western Insurance & Trust Co.
Farmers Union Insurance Company, of
n'AVING CONSOLIDATED TIIEIR
. BUSINESS, the same will hen-after be conducted
by the united Companies, in the name of the GRE VT
WESTERN INSURANCE AND TRl\sT COMPANY', at
their office in the Company's Building, 403 Walnut St..
Philadelphia. By this arrangement the income of the'
Great Western (iisurauce V Trust Company will be large
ly augmented, and over $130,000 added to its Assets, of
which SIOO,OOO is iu First Mortgages, with bonds, bear
ing o per cent, interest on improved property, worth dou
ble the amount ; which gives the Company over $350,000
ol available means to meet any liabilities.
All running ri-ks of either Company are assumed, and
any losses that may occur will be promptly adjusted aud
a" A continuencc of public patronage is respectfully
( HAS. C. LATHOP, President.
W.\f. DARLING. fire-President.
t in™ u-nr/-,'.' SHIP-MAN, 2<( fire-P resident.
.TAMES M RIGHT, See. and Treas.
C.S.RUSSELL, Ass'l Secretary.
DIRECTORS ; -
CHAS. C. LATHROP, DANIEL L. COLLIER
JOHN C. HUNTER. E. TRACY'.
ISAAC II AZI.EHUKST, FRANCIS TY'LER
CHAS. HARLAN, C. N. SHIPMAN.
J. R. M'CURDY'. THOS. L. GILLESPIE,
Hon. WM. DARLING, JAMES li. SMITH
ALEX. WHILLDIN, J. J. SLOCUM.
, „ II- B- McKEAN, Agent, Towanda.
March, 28, 1850.
TUIE Subscriber still continues to keen the
X above named public house at Le Raysville, and has
all the accommodations and conveniences requisite for
keeping a FIRST CLASS HOUSE. His tabic shall be so
supplied as to p'ease the most fastidious, and his bar
with choice liquors, and large and convenient stabling
will enable him to furnish ample accommodation to afi
wno may call and try him. Stop aud see.
T„ T> •„ w ,„ . w - NORTH* IP.
Le Raysville. March 8, 1859.
I/M BROIDERIES. —Cheapest in tbe world
1J MARSH ft CO S.
Dll (HAS. M. TURNER. JWXMBIAfIt
A SVKiJE O.V, offers his professional scrvfcaa_ts
J the inhabitants of TowaiuU ami vicinity. Office and n-.+
idi-nce in the dwelling recently ocrnpfert by If. BboTif,
Esq., one door north of the Episcopal Church, ou Maine
" K. OVKKTON. .til C. D. JUAISTAXVE.
OYKRTOY & MONT AX YE, 1 TTOR
iVA' i .V A T I. A W- —Office in Union Block, former
- ly occupied by J AS. . AIACIAKLAM:.
g| H. J.MADILI P. D. MOKKOW.
y "\f A DILL & MOR ROW, A T'SOKNE YS
, ill AN/) COUNSELLORS AT LA IF, —Office
1 i over Mercur's Store, 'l'owauda, l'a.
-I Towanda, April 2, I*. n- 13-tf
DR. E. H. MASON, PH YSTCTA X A XI)
St lUiEON, offers his professional services to the
j people of Towanda anffvtcihlfv. Office at bin residence i
, . 011 l'iue street, where he can uiways he found w hen not
i | professionally engaged.
- I? 15. PARSONS, ATTORNEY AT
• j -1-ie J.AW, TUOV, Bradford Co., l'a. Office over V.
; M. A H. P. Long's store. Aug- 7, 156.
HENRY 15. M'KEAN, A TTORXE Y
AT LAW, TOWANDA, PA.; will pay prompt
. attention to business entruatcd to him. Collections made
on rea-onalde terms, witli prompt remittances. octlffil
XpLHANAN SMITH, l.uvin- returned to I
IJ Towanda. has opened a laiw Office over Mercur's
: Store. Dec. 1, 1857.
TUE subscriber continues to carry on the
Foundry business in Towatida, and is prepared to j
- do all kinds of work in his line on short notice and iu a '
workmanlike manner, He will keep on hand or make to 1
order Plows, Stoves. Mill Irons, Sleigh Shoes, Wagon-I
Boxes, and any article of cast iron that may be required.
Turning and fitting up work will be done on short notice
- and on reasonable terms. Persons wishing to purchase |
t Stoves of any kind will tind it much to their advantage
to buy at the Foundry, as they can be repnivrd much
I cheaper. Please call and examine before purchasing else
r where. Old cast iron and Gram taken in payment
Don't mistake the place—one door east of Mercur's Block. ,
i • I would also say to those having accounts stand-
I ing over six months, that they must tie settled without
: delay, and those having notes that are due will do well to
pay up and save cost. JOHN' CARMAN.
Towanda, Oct. 22, 1856.
NEW TIN SHOP!
1 HE undersigned respectfully informs his friends and
tli e public generally, that he has opened a new
TIN* WARE A SHEET IRON 'ESTABLISHMENT
i;i the Foundry, tirst. door Imlow Mercur's Store, where
he is prepared to conduct the business in all its various
i j branches.
'I in \\ are and House Spouting of ill kinds, made to or- j
der. on short notice. Stoves of various stvles constantly I
j for sale. Particular attention paid to Jobbing. Old Iron,
I Copper and Brass taken iu exchange for goods.
June 1, IV"e. JOHN CARMAN.
ARE YOU INSURED?
Susquehanna Mutual Insurance Co..
I TOWANDA, BRADFORD COL'NTV, PA.
THIS Company insures against loss ordam
-I- age by Fire. Dwelling houses, Fumituie Warehou
ses, Stores and Merchandize, Ac., on the most reasonable
II W. TRACY, AT.T.EN M'KEAN,
.JOHN F. LONG, GUY TRACY,
EZRA HOLCOMB, JOB KIRBY.
JI'STUS LEWIS, DANIEL BAILEY,
ISAAC MY EH, WM. KINGS!,KY
I PRECEPTOR FORBES, JOSEPH POWELL
....... H " W " TRACY. President.
ALLEN M KK.W. \ ice President: JUDSON HOL
COMB, Secretary ; LAPOBTir, MASON k CO., Treas.
Ji. H- M'K KAX.
i LUUL INS IIIA NCL A GEN I', ut Towan
-L da, Pa., for the following reliable Companies :
Farmer s Union Insurance Co. . Athens Pa.
Capital, $2<J 0,0 (J 0.
State Mutual insurance Co. . Harrisbur"■ Pa.
Girard Insurance Co. . . . Philadelphia, Pa
Capital, 1300 ,000.
Great Western Insurance Co. - Philadelphia
Towanda, Juty It, 1858.
TOWANDA HARDWARE, CUTLERY
JIKOX AND STOVE STOLE, i
■ I>. C. U.M.L
- Wholesale and Retail. Dealer |
F n JPi "ft f "I'ljl J ll Hardware and Stoves. Iron '
1 .- - ''x' ■ n '
penters' and Joiners' Planes.
T- ' ■ R. R ( , UT MJ JJ
Hammers and Screw Plates! !
Axes. Broad Narrow, Latli and Hand Hatchets Cable, t
Log, Trace and Haltr, Chains, Crowbars, Picks, Shovels
POCKET AN* I) TABLE CUTLERY—Shears and §eis
sors. Edge Tools of nil kinds, Brasand Enameled Kettles.
Shovel and Tongues. Spoons and Ladles, Tubs and Pails.
Mops and Washboards, and all other kinds of house-keep
InAhe HARDWARE line. Brass. Brittauia. Japnaned
and Plain Tin Ware, single or in setts. Par, Band. Scroll
and Hoop Iron, Steel of all kinds. Nail Rods, Ac. I'umps.
Lead Pine and all the necessary fixtures for water works!
Patent, Stretched Leather Belting aiul String !/father.
| and 10,000 other articles too numerous to mention, that
we are now receiving direct from the hands of manufac
; turers andimporters, including the largest assortment
j and greatest variety of
Slaves 25 per cent, less than usual for Cash,
or Grain at the highest market prices.
Coal and Wood Cooking, Coal and Wood Parlor, Dining-
Room. Six Plate and Cylinder, ever brought into Northern
Pennsylvania or Southern New York; all of which we
are now prepared to sell at wholesale or retail, at as low
rates„aud on as good TERMS as can be found this side of
New-i ork. from the fact that all our good* were bought
of first hands and in mil packages and large quantities,
that gives its an advantage over smaller purchasers and .
Dry (<oods dealers, that wiil enable us to sell from 5 to
15 per cent, less than any of them, which advantage we
shall offer to any who w ill 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-
W ARE cheap—one door South of Tracy A Moure's and
Powell's new block on Main street, in the new Wood
Building, lettered all ever.
Crain and Country Produce, old Tron, Brass, Brittania
and Copper. Dried Fruit of all kinds. Feathers and Bees
wax wanted for goods.
10,000 Slu-ep Pelts wanted, for which the highest price '
ii CASII will he paid.
. N® credit given over four months, and all hav- !
ing accounts or notes over due had better call and pay
immediately. If they wish to save cost.
Towanda, October 13, 1858.
TSALE or REAL ESTATE.
FIE valuable Real Estate, kuowu as "The <
Luken's Lands." situate in Warren twp., Bradford ]
| o. I a., are now offered for sale to the highest and best
!'i!-'-rsi'-'x•'- V il-11'J551' >n ®' s ' °f four tracts, containing
fKEN HUNDRED ACRES of good farming land,
situate about five miles from the N. Y. & Erie Railroad. 1
Persons desirous to purchase will scud their offers in
writing in the nature of bids per acre to niv a ,r ent, WJI *
KI.WKI.I Esq., at bis office in TOWANDA, by the 15th
day of NOVEMBER next.
Otters will he leceived for the whole body, or for the
separate parcels agreeably to the present "sub-divisions. 1
No sale will be made of less than one hundred acres, and I
the parcels will not be sold separately unless the body can
be disposed of in that way.
Terms, one-third in hand and the balance in two year- <
ly instalments with interest. " I
. SARAH L. KEENE,
Administratrix C. T. A. if John Lukens, dee'd.
Plnladi lphia. Sept. 15, 1858.
gftt, WOW ZS THE TIME
yS® TO GET |
ji MELAINOTYPES & AMBROTYPES CHEAP J i
I \ G. H. WOOD
f \ JTas reduced his prices of all kinds of
vi * Pictures with Cases, 25 per cent.
Frames of all kinds kept on hand also at reduced pri- :
cos. Good Cases with Melainotypes, 7.5 ceuts ; all otht r
kinds in pi iportiou. Rooms open at all hours. Pictures 1
taken in all kinds of weather (except for children.) All 1
vruk warranted. | t
Towanda. July 2?. 1838. • I
THIS IS THE ESTAISTJ SHVPV
■ good stock- of CfiOCKH, prices ranginVh P L" 8 "
up, and warranted to give GOOD SATHWL®
I ain ALSO agent for the sale of 1). F I K\-r-C ° R ®" ' 5
Barometers, which every farmer should ,'LJ
res from >8 to S2O, according to FI NI ,H
done as usual in a neat and wcrkmanlik,- M ,„^' } U!!!>
™.tc<l. ■ WM. A NNSEL^V
N. B. The person that took a BREAST Pit, f
July 3d, to show to his wife, had better call I" 1 ? B - V SIKI
I regard. to the matter, perhaps it will .SAVE HL ** lA
and trouble. M N
Towanda, Nov. "24, 15.",8.
JEWELRY! JEWELRY! JEWELRY
A. M. Warner's
New t J- Splendid Jewelry Store, one uW
oj I'a (tons Drug Store
NA IFAS just been OPENED with'theb.
■ A most choice stock Of
QR*>*V JEWELRY everotTeredtoadiS-B
JETR* Indeed . HE CAN - A f<- 1 V S A V t H-FR 3 * •'
JEK- , --*** THE opening of his new 1," R"* l
augnrated a new era in THE J , '
inasmuch AS along with the choice and
he gives the most reliable assurance F „]_RR? RTN
He reduction in prices : the rich and tasteful ARTM?
| ing been all bought with ready cash.
A. M. W., when he refects how, for THE -
a far LESS attractive stork, he has enj.e, , ,IL T-J?" WI
of public patronage, flatters himself that T' E; A .
crease of Goods he now offers, WHICH HAV/W^ 1
much more advantageouslr. ill enable 81~ ? 1
the generous confidence which bus hither,,
sated to him He therefore .solicits A CONTINUAL
favor ol IN- old. customers, and invites the tiiihli. . *
ly to come and see the fashion*. STAW
' XW-THE WATUH REPAIRING DF.P\p LT WRV T
continue to iie distinguished by the SKILL and V *
WHICH has heretofore enabled it to enjoy the ENVIIFS"
utation of being the most reliable in town.
Towanda, SEPTEMBER 24, 155.
TOWANDA CABINET WAREHOUS
CHESTER WELLS WON
resfuvUtiliy inf. -RM his FRIEND* AND TL
'VJ pub.. C that hei- now receiving at hin
stand one dour iiortli ot lAl|M.rte. MASON \ Co.'s tank,
house, a large and extensive assortment of 1
Sofas, Mahogany Chairs, of various patten.
Rosewood and Mahogany Side und Centre TABBI
Dining, Tea an JPemWe Table*. Standsnfey.ri
kmd. ( ane. Flag and Wood seat ( hairs, Hl™
Chairs, Children A Rocker*. BEDSTEAD*
Bureaus. Lounge*. Gilt and R„se- '
wood Picture Frame, Iron Hat
Stands, Corner and SIDE do.
of walnut and mahogany; Cradles, Cribs \C, R I.I.
Cupboards. Looking glasses, AC. '
OFFFNS, of every size and quality, ud will I
tend on all occasion* when required.
1 IN public are invited to examine
purelrikingckewhen- as 1 will s.-LL cheaperthan mjotai
establishment in Northern Pennsylvania.
Towanda, August 8, 18.55.
THE OLD STAND
STILL IN OPERATION
SU '', SFR^,ER I'OIIH ANIJOUM
' and, and N IL! make to order I
7="* KINDS of CABINET FURNITURI
ouch as Sofa, Divan*. Loononr*
I IIALIBI FRE. Ca d. Dining and Breakfa:Tl
LRV-YFIN.LSGI^' 1 'F HIE. Mahogany, Walnut. Maple *
KM E II T herry Bureaus, stand* of rar:
•L - V kinds. Chairs and Bedstead* ofem
deseription. whieh are, and will be made of trie UNA
terial and workmanlike manner, and which they will I
F"R cash cheaper than can be bought ia any outer FU
room in the'eonntry.
READY-MADE COFFINS, ON hand on the mostw
sonable terms. A good HEARSE will fie fumiahed
Funeral occasions. JAMES MACKLA'SOX.
Towanda, January 1. 1857.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, dC
II est side of the Public Square, uppnsitt >j
T) AI LEY K XEYINS are just reeeinnc J
* larrre addition to their stock of Provision*. BßO'CßE
Yankee Notions. To vs. Fruit, Confectionary, Ac., WH
will be sold wholesale of retail for cash, or in exh*ngi'J
most kinds of country produce, at prices that CANNOT LI
to suit purchasers. Consumers or country dealers woul
do well to call and examine our sbs-k and prices.
Black and Green Tea. Rio and Java Coffee, CHSCRFII
Cocoa, Sugar. Molasses, SjTup. Ginger. Pepper, >P 1
Cloves, nutmegs. Mace einatnon. Ground Mustard, PTPQ
Bun, Soda, miMflir,Creatn Cortar . SpermaaATnf
Candles, Bar Soap, Vinegar, Star h, At.
Flour, Buckwheat Flour. Rye Flour. Corn Meai. FM
Pork, Ham* A Shoulders. MM kerel, Codrish, Bhad.L*L
Tnmt, Picketed aud Smoked Herring. Cheese. KlCT.BAl
Onions, Potatoes, Butter. 1-ard. Crackers, Ac. Ac.
Prunes, Citron. Figs, Eng. Currants, lUisiiu. IF
oris and Oranges, Green andDricd Apples, and L'"U
Almonds, Pecan nuts, Pntzil nuts. Grenoble and MAORJ
Walnuts, Filberts, lL'CU nuts, Chestnuts. Hitk- ry NTWJ
GHKMAN. FRKNCH and AMEHICAN TOYS, FA>CV I';"' 1
Ac. — Boys' Sleighs, Tin Wag >ns, I'hina. Pewter A *8
Tea Setts, Dolls, Trumpets. Toy Guns. Arrni ' in<. HI
nionicas, Glu.S.s, paper and Wood Inlaid W K ! "\--A
Toilet Cases, Toy Bureans, Secretaries, A' - . TVarl. 1*
Papier Maehe and Leather Port M"l:aies W*!!et*,l'"*
Ivory. Horn and WOOD Pocket and Toilet F'omb*. *
co and Snuff' Boxes, T'A>is<. Tooth. Hair and t.R.
Brushes, Fancy Mirrors, Perfumery, Hair Oil, Ac.
Foots CAP, i/etter, Commercial Note and BATH *
Paper, Envelopes, Wafers, Sealing Wax. Ink. Ink'U" l
Wafer Cups, Sand Boxes, Penholders, Pens. Bifer 1
TABLE AND DAIRY SALT, Salina and I>K 11
Cayuga Ground Pla-ter. BAILEY A N'E VI - V "
Towanda, November W, 1855.
TOMB STONES AND MONUMENTS
Towanda Marble Tactory.
(Aearly Opposite the Ward lloutt.j
The subscriber HAS just opened the TO D *5
PA MARBLE FACTORY, where H 1 *,
YS'..A(l<l prepared to furnish Monuments and • -
FTI) U Stioies, manufactured from the - '
ffleL °f RUTLAND and ITALIAN Ji \ UBLr-
,AV)K wrought into such styles aud de> *■'
"'.Y•. soit every variety of t'I TO. , ,
T_V Persorm wmliing to make their ■
- • can do so whenever in Towanda, BY J *
tlii New EstoJdishment. , , .
The superior quality of the stock, the arti-"-'- _ F
of the work . an ! the promptness with 'V- A
be tilled, will offer inducements to visit tlr.S "IF*' .
K. H. BALDWIN, IFF""' R '
Towanda, July 26, 1858.
WATEHI.V. TOWAXFL- " K *
Hon. Nathan Bristol, Prof. C. 1L T'OBAM
-11. She parti. Cashier, Rev. Juliu* Foster-
R. (J. (,'rans. Merchant. H. S Merenr. JLEFFW
AL|)in A IbHiblcday,do. Montanves. ,
Rev. O. Crane. T. M. Woodruff. SHP ';.' R
" sVin. Putnam, C>l. A. M'Kean. LW.
" D. A. Shepard, Hon. P. Wilmnt.
F. Tyler. L'res't. Bank. " J. ('. XRI-uns.
CHEMUNG. " Wm. Klwell.
G. W. Buck. Esq. E. A. Parson*.
wvsox. E.G. Good rich, R.U-'WI
V. E. Piollet, Esq.
KT Baskets. Grain Measures, 4'ails, FULN, '
Traps,- Ac., at Nov. 2. CJJ
QUGARS of every ffratle, Raw and W j
KJ Syrup and Molasses, aud the best Tea in .
Nov. 2. -
HOODS AND RCGGOLBTO* 15
■ N " v - 24 - rock^B 1
QTOYBB FOR SALE \S
No. 10, 4i Queen of the West C M
in good condition —also A Shret ircii Air I |
will be sold cheap. Apply at thi- <TIEE- >,, V '
O'JMBAZINES & ALPACAS inall^ 01
D FRI-E ITBD to 12s a yard, at Y FO'S .
LT\ TRACTS for flavorin?, for '
Readers of the Repoi ter .' V: ,
TF you want to NNY ?rv Goo s, Fancy
] KEE Notions, cheaper tbuu Y™ 'MI v < < " W
take a trip to HO " Vrit