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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
IS- As" fly <ime " is u P on w > we ma J re '
ctr readers that it is said that if three or four on
-8- L . boiled in a pint of water, and the liquid is brush
fnß" 3 1 i.KM or frames, the flies will not light upon the
. les washed. This way be used without apprehen
j it will not do the least injury to the frames.
One day last week, the ladies of this
raised $l5O by subscription, to be appropriated to
furnishing our Towanda Companies, at Camp Cur
"V,th suitable underclothes. All praise to our patri
jfle tadiM— when they undertake a thing they always ac
IS" We pnhlish in another column, the
, n3ltscti at the extra sest.ion of the Legislature, for the
- jc r of the families of the volunteers, throughout the
re who have enlisted in the present war. It clearly
1 forth the <"f urse to pursued liy all who claim its
* af( its, and we recommend it to the attention of all in
It is not an ucfrequent occurrence, nl
„ i every day, to see iu tl-is place, more or loss victims
- tangle foot" whisky, preambolating the streets, iu
"'boisterous manner, disturbing the peace, and laying
themselves liable la prosecution. If a few examples were
m de oi these " worthies," it might have a salutary ef
fect asd go f ar towards preserving Ueeeucy in our streets.
TVhera is our borough Constable .
KA. IMPORTANT TO TEACHERS.- It IN official
lr announced by the head of the School Department that
- County Superintendents re instructed to grant no cer
tificates after the first Monday in June. 1661, without an
examination into the theory as well as the practice of
..aching " and to mark the proficiency i both, in the cer
tiflcate according to the same scale (from one to five)
With tue other branches." Proficiency in the theory is to
be tested by examination ; aud skill iu practice by obser
vation ia the school room.
Fes-SWORN IK— Companies A. and B. t
fern this place, were filled nit. and sworn into service,
AT Camp Curtin. one day last week. Lieut. MCKFAN vis
aed this place, a short time since, for the purpose of rais
ia recruits to fill out the Companies, which he accom
• h.bed in a few days, and returned to Camp, and three
Coai'iaaies from this County—two from this place, and
08 e from Athens, were sworn in and mustered into ser-
The Troy Company 1 as not yet been sworn in, al
tliorrh ! ' |pv have been accepted. We believe the Cotn
yttj is nt yet full.
TNR. CROP* —We lefsrn from prentlv men
~ Tereut parts of the County, that the winter grain
csnot promise a very large yield, although an ordina
ry crop may be expected. Owing to the backwardness
tlie Soring, thus fur but a comparatively small amount
or corn tuu potatoes bave teen planted. The corn that
•i treii planted and come up, looks poor. If the pres
et worm and pleasant weatbeT continues, there wiil, no
he a large amount yet put in. The gra* crop
r.r. abundant yield. From the southern and wes
'• -art ~f this State, and also from the western States,
/rroipeets of an abundant harvest are favorable.
Scy In time of war it is weneraily ntiiue o
icsrcity of food. Where man; are drawn away from pro
cacing grain and roots, and oecoiae ou.y cotisuuiei s. there
. great danger that the supply will not be equal to the
Ueruaad. To obviate '-bis, let every patriotic farmer in
Bradford, add to the extent, or the land he contemplates
cultivating, at least one acre to supply lood i'-r our sol
diers and cur soldier's fam 'lies. Iu Coli-eqitenre of ihe
war. provisions of all Winch- will he in great demand and
will probably briag large prices. As a timely necessary
precaution, we would beg every farmer to plant at 'east
if additional acre of corn, and other things in propor
-I„iU. Now is tiie t.me. J'laiit ai d sow as a defence
m avt scarcity of food ; histroy will record the wise act,
til the godod harvest will reward you.
I UARV TII.RNFD — The SiHivun County
I ]frat sa-.-s a barn owned by Mr. James Taylor,
H .on township, was emisumed by tire, at about 10 o'-
.Saturday night last. It appears that there was
Hums'stack near the barn which was set on fire, and
Hahaes soon spiead to the building. Fortunately.the
■ • .dunged while Hie barn was burning, or Mr. Tay-
SHiridwelling house would have been in ashes. It is said
a threshing machine, fanning mill, corn shvllcr
Hriother farming utensils in the barn which were ue
■ it.-'(c i. The entire loss is estimated at about $7OO.
■ Tuesday last, one Andrew Gowcr. of Lycoming
'"• r.y. aire-ted, lie being tlic suspected incer.diary.
Kt * brought befurc Jasti e Shipman. of this place, on
Vinesdiv morning, and was bound ovor to Court. 5i e
urs that s nee committal he has coufessed the crime.
TOY- VCI.CNTF.FP.S EXEMPT TRCM PROCESS
By the Stth section of the military laws of Pennsylvania.
' A'o execution or other process shall issue against any
"Slcer. or non-commissioned officers or privates, of the
a.litia when called into actual service under a requisition
I'rom the President of the United Spites, or in pursuance
I tithe order of the Governor of this Commonwealth, nor j
H uni! an\ such process issue against him until thirty daya
I Par he shall have returned from duty to his usual place 1
■ <'residence, or until forty days alter he shall have been .
H iichargfd ; and the coi it alderman or justice of the
H?urr from which or from w mm any such process shall
H-wcbeen issued, shall quash tlic same, as soon as the
any such person being ordered on public duty shall
tow .ten proven, and ail the costs which shall have ac-
Hfrwc.a commencing or conducting any such process
■•Wbepaid by the person who shall have applied for
H**u.d execution or process."
I BaT FOCRTII OF JULY. —Are tve to have a
iof July among us ? ,\s yet, we have heard very
H" ; tui<l in reference to a proper observance of the birth ;
■ • of our .Vational Independence, by our citizens. At
Hfliparticular time, when o lr country is shaken from ;
H rwif, to cin umferance, and its people are wild with cx-
I r -fßent in con-equeuce of the pending war which threa- j
■ > the overthrow of our glorious Republic, it seems to
H -'iaattiie exigency of the limes demand a demon*tr.v •
H'W. which, should it be our la-t, will be held by every !
■"!! cit ; 7.e-r in grateful remembrance. On that day the ;
I'"' - n ' >'-at< will probably give " three groans and a
■Fw for the Union, let US pivetiiree checis and a " ti- i
"id renew our pledge of " life, fortune and sacred
r to maintain, inviolate, the compact of our fore- !
'-•'Ms. Letus have an " old fashiivncd" celebration.and j
■svokethe blessing of Almighty Gon upon our t ehole I
"dry, and upon our noble volunteers who bave gone
H' 4 D?h; our country's battles. What say you ?
I ' GOODRICH (L ARDS.'' —This Company,
I ''d of young men from 15 to 21 years of age. late- .
H 'Hoed in this place, made their fir-t debut on Friday j
" K 'a laM, After f.irmiu gin rank in front of tlieir ,
"'. v marched down to the Fair Grounds, below
■ w!u -i, nmv fityled Camp T.lfurd, named in hon- |
■ - worthy Captain of this young Company. They re. j
' W iu Camp during the aftrnoou on drill, which was
H " Msst d by many elder soMiens, who expressed their
at seeing them so well disciplined, consider- (
'-be time they have been crganized. At 5 o'clock, I'.
H, ,' marched back to town, when they were cou-
F"to the residence of E. O. Goo MUCH , Esq.. (who
H -'bonorof bearing the name which this Company ,
Hh where they w< re furnished with retresh- ;
■- A s* appropriate remarks were made by Opt.
f J, ' Dw XI Lieut. ALLBS, whicli were responded to by
f - uicn. Alter doing ample justice to the good
Spared by Mrs. G , the yonr.g soldiers gave three
4, ' d a " tiger," for their host aud hostess,
b 10 Lamp Tellord.to spend the night,
■^% r ieace, in a mtasure, the" hardships and priva-
J kl '"iier'g life. Tais latter dmnoastration of
by -he Uaton or Homo ( \ tards,
4@"POLK RAISING IN WINDHAM Wind.
ham Cmtre, Junt 1, 1661—The cilieens of Windham
have reason to be proud of tiie L'nian demoDstration here
to day. A very large and beaut if l flag had been previ
ously prepared by the ladies, for the occasion. Tlie
splendid pole prepared under the direction of B. Kuyken
dall, Esq., 125 feet in length, was raised at 2 o'clock. P.
M., under the immediate superintendence of JULICS Rrs-
SEL, Esq., the old War Horse of Democracy of the town
About tliis time delegations arrived from Rome, North
Orwell,Litchfield, Nichols and West Windham, with the
Stars and Stripes floating proudly in the breeze. Cheer
after cliecr welcomed them, by the hundreds already in
The stand tor the speakers being prepared and every
thing in readiness for raising the flag, J. B G. BABCOCK,
Esq., was chosen President, and Julius Russell, I'eter
Kuykenaall, I'. 11. Joslin, Darius Brainard, Cl;as. Sweet
and Ellery Cheney, Vice Presidents. The flag was then
raised, the ladies volunteering to assist. Three hearty
cheers for the Stars and Stripes and three for the ladies,
proclaimed not only a firm and enthusiastic devotion to
the Union, but that the wives, mothers, daughters, sit
ters and sweethearts, were not forgotten. A hundred
horsemen deployed around the flngaud pniticipatcd,ad 1-
ing much to the splendor of the occasion. After which
eloquent Union-loving addresses were delivered, inter
rupted almost every moment by expressions of approba
tion, by the Hon. (1. 11. Barstow and C. Sweet, of New
York. Elder Spencer, ot Litchfield, Mr. Case, of Rome,
and D. Brainard and Denuis Sullivan, of Windham.
It was indeed gratifying to see the unanimity ot feeling,
all. Democrats rind Republicans, seemed to vie with each
other iu their devotion to that flag which has always float
ed in triumph till struck by a traitor's hand.
The sentiment here is the same as exists all ove the
country where the Uuion sentiraen has not been muktd
out, viz : The Union—oue aud indivisible— not one star
Those in sympathy with treason found no comfort, they
arc few and knutcn.
i Housekeepers ! Isy this time you have
finished the Spring house cleaning, removed the stoves,
whipped the carpets, overhauled the dishes, changed the
; bedding, cast everything out of the house into confusion,
! turned them upside down and brought them in again al
most solely for the purpose of damaging everything and
i surely of breaking a certain portion, resulting in iinmen-e
horror to the masculine members aud giving intense de
light and satisfaction to the feminine*. For all disasters
accompanying such turmoils—as splinters chipped and
veners scaled from tables, bureaux, chairs, Ac.,—for a
break, smash, split, rip or tear—for mending wood, paper>
pasteboard, ornaments, fancy articles, Dr. ROUTER'S l.i
quid (Jlae is truly indispensable. For joining broken
glass, china, earthenware, Aic., Dr. FOSTER'S Oiitulal
Cemint is a sovereign balm—therefore before domestic
i felicity and perfect harmony can be restored to the whole
household, it is absolutely necessary to select some of Dr.
ROUTER s " Home Wants," viz
Dr. ROUTER'S Bed Bug Poison.
Dr. ROUTER'S Fly l'oisoa Paper.
| Dr. ROUTER'S Rat. MUe, Ant, and Vern.ia Poison,
J Dr. PORTER'S Liquid Glue.
Dr. ROUTE n's Oriental Cement,
which will gif c much satisfaction in cass a quiet home is
In Pike. Friday. May 3J. IMl<. of ileptlieria,COß.V BFIN
XUTT, only daughter ot John M. and Betsy E. Agucw,
aged 1 year 4 months and 11 days.
At Troy. May 30, 1661, Cel. ISAAC N. ROMEROY, ia
the 7lst year of his age.
The deceased was a resident of Coventry. Tolland Co.,
Conn. He was for some years a resident of Genoa, N. Y.,
and settled at Troy in the year 16H.
Many and important were the changes he lived to wit
ness in the region of his adopted home. To these impor
tant improvements none contributed more actively and
efficiently than he.
His strongly marked traits of character were such as
to command the esteem ot those who knew him. Active
aud public spirited, as a citizen, cordial an! sympathiz
ing as a frirnd, a kind husband ai.d a tender father,—a
thorough going and i cho'.r touiii man- his mcuioiy will
long he cherished in the annuls ol our village, and in the
heaiU of his numerous surviving relatives ar.d friend*.
rpilE LARGEST STOCK OF ROOTS
JL and Shoes ever brought to Towanda, has just been
opened at the long established und well known store ol
J. D. HUP/IPHREY.
The assortment is composed of
LADIES CONGRESS GAITERS,
of every variety.
I Gentlemen, tob are invited to examine thote Patent
Leather and Call Skill Gaiters, Oxford Ties, aud Genlia
hoots and Shoes made to Order,
AX I) It E P AIRED.
French and American Calf Skin, Kip and Upper Lea-
I thcr, Harness Leather, Oak aud Hemlock Sole Leather.
SADDLERY, HA I DWART AND SADDLER'S TOOLS.
Groceries Very Cheap,
And the whole stock will be sold for Cash at prices
which iiiuke it an object lor all to buy ai
j Towanda, June 4. l>6l. HUMPHREY S.
Opening This Week
Tracy & Moore's.
Towanda. June 4. IS6I. _
4 qnanty of well seasoned wood wanted at
OLJL the Towanda Lime Kiln. Apply at the Barclay
| R. R. & Coal Cos., Office.
J. MACFARLANE, Superintendent.
Towanda, June 4. ISGI —3l.
Cash Paid for Wool.
jrtA f\f W v LBS. WOOL wanted Lr
11 " V A "U W. A. ROCKWELL.
I Juno 3, laCl.
IMPORTANT NOTICE—AII persons in
debted to the undersigned, either by judgment, note
; or book account, are hereby notified that the same nmst
s be settled, or satisfactorily adjusted, previous to the 15th
l of June, next, or costs will be made. Also, uil accounts
falling due alter that date, must be attended to. as soon
as they become due. M. E. SOLOMON.
i Towanda, May 29, 1661.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE—By virtue
of an order of the Orphans Court of Bradfordl Co.,
will lie exposed to public sale, on the premises, on SA l-
UR AY,the22d<ta3rof JUNE, at 1 o'clock, P.M., the
following lot, piece or parcel of land, late the estate ot
MILTON ROSS, deceased, situate in Springlield town
ship. and bounded as follows, to wit :— North by land of
.Collins Tracy, east by land of Stephen Hetcher. et. al.
south by land ol Stephen Fletcher, west by land ot Levi
S Dickenson. Containing alront twenty-three acres, un
improved, with oak and pine timber thereon.
Terms inaue known on the day ot eaie.
LpVT S DICKENSON,
ysyM. ISAI Aflminirtww.
CHMSJ, STYLE & BEIBTY.
NOW IS YOUR TIME
TO BUT Y 0 UR.
AT YOUR OWN PRICES.
Proclaim it to the People !
TUST RECEIVED. —A Larjre Stock of
•J SPRING ANI) SUMMER CLOTHING, at JOHN
SBf.AM'S Elmira Branch Clothing Store. Says coolly,
boldly and deliberately, that he takes the foremost of the
Clothing Merchants ot Towanda. .
Eigtbeen hundred and sixty-one lias come, and the
i light and beauty of Spring sbines upon us. with ail its
] radiant splendor. I shall continue to sell Clothing, for
| Cash, cheaper than any other man, as my goods are all
j bought cheap tor cash, and they will be sold cheap for
My goods are all manofictured in Elmira, therefore, I
can warrant them well made. Enough for me to say, 1
have everything in the line of
CLOT HIX G !
Gents. Furnishing Goods,
HATS CAPS, &C.,
That is kept in any other Store iu town.
My banner is on the breeae,
" And long mav it wave,
O'er the land of the free,
And the home of the brave I
While her Stars and Stripes
Shine out like sun.
Telling all the nations
That Freedom's liegun "
This _s a free country ; therefore it Is free for ail to do
| their trading where they cau do the best, regardless of
i the croseand sour looks of old fogy merchants. 1 invite
you to come and see me—country as well as tiie city are
invited—every person, rich or poor, high or low, bouil or
tree are invited to call.
I Come one, come all, and stop yaor speed,
We've Goods enough lor all in need,
i The boys, themselves, are at their porta,
, And they alone can supply a host.
O'er other dealers in this town.
' These same hoys have won renown,
1 For selling the cheapest and the best,
And selling more tb.in all tiie rest'
Hurrah! nurrah ! o'er hill a d plain,
Accept our thanks, aud call again,
Among our assortments you'll always find.
Goods to tit. and please the mind.
We're on hand, and always willing.
To sell our Goods, and earn a shilling !
So hold your horses, and couie this way,
We shall be glad to see you any day,
1 At JOHN SUDANI'S Clothing Store, next door t041.9.
Mercur's Dry Goods Store, Main Street, Towanda, Pa.
X. B We wish to be understood, that we are not to be
undersold by any man. or combination of men.
Kir No charge tor showing our Goods.
Towanda, May 22. 16C1. JOHN SHLAM.
APRIL 22, 1861.
smm £ IiKKDI GOODS,
GRAPE VINES fc FLOWER POTS,
For sale at the Garden of
II Tt II Y I X .
Clinton, Hartford Prolific,
Delaware, |Brown's Catawba,
lleliecca, j White Sweet Water,
Northern Muscadine, j White Chassela*.
And a variety of tenner Grape Vines, all of which will„be I
sold at L(JW RATES.
LIST OF PRICES :
.1 inch Flower Pots at 4 cents each.
< *:: :: i
C * "
7 10 "
n•' 12 " " j
9 •< " *<• • lsGd.
10 •' " " - 25 '
Early Winningedadt Cabbage 6 cents dnz. ,
Early Ox Heat t " 6 " " ;
Early Sugar Loaf " 6 " " j
Early York " 6 *' " i
Early London Cauliflower 6 " "
Large I-ate Cauliflower 6 " "
Long Egg Plant 10 " ''
Large Sweet Peppers 10 " "
Bell-shaped Peppers 10 " "
Sweet Chinese Tomato 10 " "
Large Yellow " 0 " "
Large Red " C " "
Large Round Egg Plant 10 " "
All late Cabbage Plants, out-door culture, 25 per hun
A few thousand Sweet Potato Plants will be in condi
tion to set from the loth of May to the 10th of June,at j
50 rents per hundred.
French Yellow Aberdeen Tnrnep Plants, 25 cents per |
hundred. Cucumber Plant-, in Pots, 20 cents each Pot. :
Celery, at 25 cents per hundred; thousands iu tine condi- ;
tion to set Irom the 10th of May to the Ist ot August.
BsT Mnclt pains will he taken to make plants as strong
and stocky as possible by trausplauting.&e. Plants and
vines may he carried any distance, as I hey will he packed
in moss exceeding well. All grape vines warranted to
be true to name.
Towanda, May 1,1661.
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
In Great Variety,
West Side of the rullic square, atjhe store of
A. WICKHAM & SON.
Towanda,A prll 30, 1661.
At PA TOWS.
R. M. WELLES,
(Lalt Senior Proprietor of ihe Tioga Point Agricul
Has Recently Purchased the
ITHENS FURNITURE ROOMS,
1 and will give his new business his personal attention, and
with the assistance of
IVir. A. O. Hart, as Foreman,
he will strive to increase the popularity of thij WELL
| KNOWN and favorite establishment.
A Splendid Assortment of Goods!
We have on hand and shall alwava keep the VERY
BEST ASSORTMENT OF
Bureaus. Secretaries, Booh Cases,
[ to lie found within 100 miles of us.—all of our own supe
j rior manufacture. Come and see them.
SOFAS. TETE-A-TETES, LOUNGES. EASY CHAIRS.
and Chairs of Every Description !
Extension Dining Tables,
i MARBLE-TOP AND CENTRE TABLES,
(anything you may want in that line.)
! Then again look at our BEAUTIFUL SETTS OF
Enameled Chamber Furniture,
i of our own manufacture—goo i enough for any Ail LP.I-
I CNN SOVEREIGN !
; Bedsteads, Beds & Matresses!
Looking Glasses, Plates & Frames
j ELEGANT SQUARE PICTURE AND OVAL PHOTO
GRAPH Lit A MLS.
and Goods too numerous to m'ntion.
! We shall at all times keep a full supply of nicely fln
| ished and furnished ROSEWOOD, MAHOGANY, \VAI.
NUT, CHEUItY and COMMON
' All orders, far Coffins of any description, size, style
and price, shall he expeditiously and satisfactorily filled.
We keep a GOOD HEARSE, ready at all times for use
; at low rates ; and can attend and conduct funerals aay
' where within 2t) miies.
1 B. All articles of nnr own manufacture are war
ranted ; and all other Goods are carelully selected from
! the stocks of the best and cheapest manufacturers in the
Middle and Eastern Slates.
PRICES CHEAP FOR CASK,
CP. SHORT APPROVED CKF.DIT.
HJ" lin not buy elsewhere tilt at leust you hare exam
j t/ltd our stock of Goods.
P.. M. WELLES.
Athens, Pa., March 28,15C1.
| ~WAR! AVAR!!~
STO R E ,
A LARGE STOCK OP
i SPRING & SUMMER
Purchased In New-York City daring & Great
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
Vt'l.ieli wi'.l be ollercd at
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
[Lp— At prices that cannot fail to please.
April 22, '6L MONTANYES.
Hurry Along, Everybody!
TO the Now Grocery and Provision Store,
just opened bv
XX. 7Z. STEVENS,
at the building formerly occupied by J. li. NEVTNS, on j
Main street. oppnnite the Court House. His stuck con- I
sists of various brands of Coffee's Teas, Sugars Ac., all !
very cheap ; besides a splendid assortment of Spices,
Nuts, Candies, Fruit# and Confectionaries, Cigars of ev- :
ery quality and price. He will also pay the highest ,
BUTTER AND ECCS,
and such other articles of country trade as the farmers I
may have to dispose of. He would just say to all. if you
want anything in my line of trade, give me a call, and!
you can be accommodated.
Towanda, April 10,1801. 11. H. S. '
BUT YOUR GARDEN SEEDS
I have the largest stock nnd hest variety of
. Garden Seeds ever offered for sale in this town.
It is a well known fact that a large proportion of the
Garden Seeds soid throughout the country, are old. infe- ;
rior, and ofim worthless. In view of this met I have ta
kcu great pains to procure
Fresh and Reliable Seeds,
in (act tin.- best to he found in market, in hopes to sup- <
ply a want long lelt in this community, (and also to in
crease my own -alts in that line.) Will you examine my ;
Seeds before purchasing elsewhere ?
*7* REMEMBER THAT GOOD SEEDS COST NO
MOKE THAN DOOR ONES.
ra- WITH GOOD SEEDS YOU CAN HAVE GOOD
j&i- WITH DOOR SEEDS NONE.
Towanda, March 21,1861. E. T. FOX.
"VTOTICE TO COLLECTORS.— You are
it hereby authorized to deduct live per cent, from the j
State tax ot every individual who shall pay his or her ;
State and County Taxes in full, on or before the 22d day |
ot June next, and the same shall t>e allowed you in your
settlement with the Treasurer, provided the sa-re is by
you paid Into the County Treasury on or before the 26tn ;
and 27th days ot June, next. By order of the Commis
sioners. E. B. OOOLBADGH, Clerk. !
Commissioner's Office, April 8, 1861.
AI) MINISTR A TO R'S N OTlCE—Notice
is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the
estate ot NATHAN B. HILL, late of Rome tp. dee'd.,
are hereby requested to made payment without de- j
lay. and all persons having demands against said estate,;
whi present them duly authenticated for settlement.
April 17, 1961. Administrator. !
WI L MOT WAT KINS, ATTO UN KYS
AT I.AW, TOWANDA, PA— Offlc® formerly
oocnpiefl by C. Merour.
I - H. TATfrWW.
NOV. 24, 1860.
CONSISTING OF EVERY VARIETY, STYLE AVL)
LADIES DRESS GOODS,;
PRINTS AND GINGHAMS,
SOOTS &c SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
CROCKERY, HADRWARE, Etc.
Feeling confident that we arc now prepard to meet
he wants of ALL, ho would a!l ihe attention of tlie
public to our
which will be sold at great! j reduced prices for CASH or 1
Nov. 22, 1860. TRACY A MOOP.E.
SPUING GOODS J
William. A. Rockwell
would invite attention to bis new stock of Goods, which
; have beta selected with great tare to suit the want* of
| his customers.
Having found it desirable to adopt ths
I Ready-Pay System,
Lc offers Lis Goods at correspondingly LOW PRICES, i
; Persons examining his present
FASHIONABLE & DESIRABLE STOCE.
which was purchased at
can not fail of being satisfied both with articles offered
and prices asked. His stock consists of
Gr IR, OCIE] IR/XIEJS, .
; Boots tf: Shoes, I Arts <£ Caps,
WALL AND CURTAIN PAPERS,
HARDWARE, GLASS & SASH,
Paints, Oils, and Bails,
BIRD CAGES & SEEDS,
IP I. ASTHR,
; constantly on lund and fur sale at No. I,l'atton's Block,
j April IS, 1861.
ITo Farmers and others Interested !
TREES.—3O.OOO Choice Fruit
! J. Trees for sale, including all tiie best variety of tlic
Apple, the Pear, l'eacli. Hum. <Uerry and Apricot,
al-o a fin? eidkction of the best Evergreen-.. so h as
Norway Spruce, Fir. Arbor Vitae, Austrian Pine, Scotch
Fir and Hiaek Spruce, including ail size, from 2 to C
feet, suited to ornnment lawns and d>>ir yards, niso ,
j Dwarf Box for edging. Deciduous ornamental trees r.nd
i shrubs, European Ash, Amertcan do, Horse Chestnut,
fh.ropcan l.arc'u. Fringe or Smoke Dee, Allbea. Dcutzia.
' Scabia, African Tamarix. Wigelia Rosea, Forsythia,
• Spirea, Primifolio and many others not named.
I duuO of our best Native hardv Grape Vines, for bale 1
; the coming spring, such an Delswaie. Diana, Concord,
; Rebecca and Cottage .also Clintqp, Catawba and Isatx 11a,
VD varieties of the best bearing Strawberries, including
' Wilson's Albany seedling, Hovey & I looker seedling; sold '
et low prices, by the 100 or loot); the Red Cherry and
White Grape CurrrenLs, also lied & White. Dutch, Liar!:,
English and Black Naples ; 12 other kinds not named
here. 10Q0 Lawion Blackberry plants, these fruited in
my garden last summer and proved equal to the recom- (
mend. A line collection of Hybrid, Perpetual and Climb- j
ing Roses and Dahlias. In addition to my Nursery, lo
cated at this place, I have lately purchased the Tioga I
Pcint Nursery,embracing over 23,G0t) irnit& ornamental ;
trees with all other things In the line. Our people will | '
find it inucli to their advantage to buy these articles at |
home instead of giving orders to traveling Agents from i
itochcster and other places at a di-dan™.
DAN ILL II ARK INS. !
Towanda, Pa.. Feb. 23, ISC I.
P S—A few gocd Salesmen wanted to act as Agents c
apply at iny house. . I). K. t
A DM INISTR ATOR'S NOTICE —Notice 1
a.iL is hereby given, that all persons indibted to the ,
estate of JOHN M. IIORTON, deceased, la'e of Terry j
township, aie requested to make payment without delay, j
and those having claims against the said estate will pleaee
present them duly authenticated b>r setth-mort.
HUSAN L. IIORTON.
May 15, ISCI. Administrators.
lOST. —Soma dnvs since, on the pnblic
-a highway l>etwern the house of I)r. Crnndall and
Charles 11. Brown's Mill, a BLACK LLATHKIt BAO,
containing a Dressing Case, and a number of other aiti
cles useful to the owner. A libera! reward will be paid
for the return oi the bag and iU con ten. , or if left at Dr.
E. Grandad's. C. L. WAPiD.
Towanda, May 15, 1861 —4w.
IjH)R SALE—A gfood COW. Enquire at
J- the WARD HOUSE.
T OOK YE ! LOOK YE ! All persons
1J who are in arrears on their Daily Papers must
SQUARE UP, this week, so as to commence June Ist, a :
new account. A. F. COWLES. I
Towanda, May 28,1561.
PREPARE FOR WART
A LL kinds of MILITARY BOOKS, for <
J\ s.iie at the NEWS ROOM.
Towanda, May 22, 1801.
THE nndersiffnctl having fennel it better for
all concerned to do business on the Ready-Pay syn- <
tcm would respectfully give notice that alter the £2d"of
April no credit will be given. Those having unsettled
accounts will please call and pav up without faither no
tice. W. A. ROCKWELL.
Towanda, April 18, 1801.
Wars and Rumors of Wars !
War lias been Declared in Towanda,
Against High-Priced Pictures.
YOU CAN GET GOOD PICTURES ,
at the Car of D. W. HUGHES, opposite the Ward
House, for TWENTY CENTS, in good eases. Ali
kinds of high-priced Cases will )>c sold A* low.tn propor- !
tion. Call and see for yourselves. No Pictures will be
allowed to go out, unless the customers ate perfectly sat
isfied with the same. Particular attention |aid to Copy
ing Pictures. Pictnrts insorted in Lockets for 25 cents.
Cwr opened evaryklay, eftepttsg
T'-naS. MafH 1< T,
I iKfscf _ *
BiRILITtS' NEW IROI WORKS
TOW AND A, PKNNA.
• r PHE StiliKcril.fi" l>fgt leave to cail the al-
JL tuition of (he pnbiiv t > the fact that be ha# enlarged
hto motive power and purchased and set up addition*]
I machinery, and employ <! . larger nomljer of workmen.
■ than toru> ily. so that'll* u noV p:epared to exeevH: wa
llers fur Ca.-t.lng3 cr Machinery with promptitude.
lie ha* at hi- works al! the PATTERNS in o hy tLTS
| late lirui ol Wm. 11. Phiiiip* i non ol Klnnra N. Y., and
ha- ais> added to these. patterns ol various knJ*.
MILI. lIIONa furuiuhed for Grist Mills, Gang, Uuftv,
Circular and Mtiiey Saw Mills, besides
| of different -d.'e- and styles an,] in fact aliiost afly kind
' of Casting* uWMachintry ip common use.
; SUmm Fittir.ps tvh as Steam Pipes, Elbow, R/fwn
Jit -u-'. Kii/iuu'i, Louf,.i<.gs, Oiobt - Y'ulres, 1/an.Jt
Poire J, Gi.rgt tOt! Cups, Ithistles, <J-.
always on hand and made to order,
lie is also pp pan ' to furaL-k fcTLAU BOILERS at
; anv sir or kind wanted
Small Casting* made in Brass or Composition. Cotk
ing and Heating atov< ot (EQkrcnt manufactured
1 ird for sale at the above work . Furniture for fe'ecLAig
! Stoves aud htove Pipe aiwavs on hand
Persons wno want GEARING ol any kind are
' tie subscriber bis more patterns for Gearing thfu
! any other eon <rn is tlii part of the country. TEsy
i would l<e quite sure ol timiiug among his I'attmuj Gmu
j ing thai would answer their wants us* thut vr delay
aud expense in getting up woik.
He makes alio a Idrge variety of PuK<*.
| Wheels a: d Cranks. Water Wheels ; ahw Saw G• ftui
i Thimble Skeins ud Pipe Loxc-3, lru Fence, Caldron/,
' Plows, kc.
i His wpiipnient of machinery con&sta of as good toorls
as ara made, aud was .elected with jt'io design ol being
able to do any job width might La offered, whethsr large
; orsrnx!!. In short his effort has been to get up in al
: respects a first class establishment.
Term* Reasonable. Ciders solioited. Cash paid k*r
Old Pewter and Brittarii.
i Works situated on Main Street near Barclav R. It.
! Canal P.a.in, O. D. BARTLETT.
I Towanda, April 11. IS6I. Proprietoe.
Hardware and Stove Store.
I). C. HALL,
r> ESPKCTFL'LLY informs tlio citizens ot-
V Sullivan County, and the public generally, that La
| has commenced business iii bUSHORE, where he Im
just received a very extensive stock of
i of every style and pattern, adapted for burning Coaler
■ Wood, which will be solid as low as any other place thu
! bide of Albany or Xc-v York. The attention of those
desiring to purchase St. v.-3 is pailicularly directed to
my assort merit, whit li is e-iiecially. adapted to the v*a*V>
ot tins sertkm r,i the c<-ifltry, and will he sole ■ wrr
, than can be purchased t1.1.i side of Albany or New T;x*.
1 believe I can offer greater inducement* thau nny.:i_'.7
establishment in the country. Also,
XXardwaic, Iron, Steel, Uails, d',^,
PAINTS AND OILS,
■ House and Corriago Trimmings,
SPRINGS, IRON AXLES A COXES, of all sizes. Car
penter's and Joiner'- T"' is, Macksraith's Tools, (.'row
' Cut, Circular :r:d Mi SA V, S. Table a.J 1' ckct Cutlery.
Pumps. Lead Pipe, bain Pumps and Tube. Farming
To..'. Tin Ware and .Stove Pipe, always oa hand. >
; Wholesale and Retail,
i Job Woik done on short notice.
C3~ Grain. Old Iro.i, C- i.jinr, Jdritannia, Srjafl, Lite*-
wax and Feather®,-taken in exchange for p cds.
Having hud niatiy years' experience In the business. 1
aui coniident 1 ,nn niase it ttie interest of purchasers to
J give me a call. My goods will be bought .t the lowest
: rates, and sold st corresponding pric... All manufactur
ed ill tide w. ' be Tilade from the best material-, sad hy
competent workmen, and will he warranted.
V. C. HALL.
; Dushore, Oct. 22, 188(1.
fTHTE subscriber respectfully informs the puV-
J. lie that he Las resumed the management or tke
a'r ave es;>hiib„r.;c:\t. one door south of the " War d
L jusc," a here he is manufacturing
cf every 'I n, i ■ yst r, milk, BnM, aodn,
butler, water, ] -.c :.'.:, Graham, -ngar. wine auk aommaa'
i crackers. Abo, Rt.sk, Luna, Butter Roßl, V.'haat, In
dian and Graham
BREAD & CAKE,
of ail Lin 1;. nstantly on hand and made to order. The
attention of the ciCze: f this place ar..l vicinity, is
railed to the above, and thev arc as-ured that they can
always te.su; plied with any of these articles.
and Social Parties,
will! a furnished with every Jcs.!i.,tion and style of
Fruit, Pound, and flißey CAKES. Tavern keepers and
Grocers will ie mppiied on U rms as -dvantagenus as a*
any other e-tuhilshment in the State. In connection with
the above hn an
where everythin." in th" lino will be served oyt to th
who may luvor him with a sail.
Thankful :r i a-t favors he r. : pe tfuily sr.lw its a coa
tin iar.ee cf the'same. HENRY A* EUUJJAXK.
Tawanda, March 5, ISGI.
•ZUH, OLD SrAiCD
STILL IN OPERATION!
THE sub * :II cr would announce
- to the public that he has now on
SL' J T:L l Fi'!i!rr.rjf. % ; y, liand, and will make to order all
kinds (.1 (A 111 NET FURNITURR,
such s- Sofa.-.Divans.Lounges,Cea-
VjP, Ire. Card. Dining and Breakfast Ta
iiy^^A^y..T*F-.5.1, v. Mahogany, Walnut, Maple and
\ Cherr. Bureaus, Stands of various
11—3 kinds,' Chairs and Bedsteads of every
description, which are, and will be made of the best ma
terial and workmanlike manner, ami which they will sail
for cash Cheaper than can be bought in any otlier Woio
rooin in the country.
liiIADY-MADG COFFINS, on hand op the most reap
sonabteterms. A guod HEARSE will tie furnlilnd o-
Fnneral occasion-. JAAIES MAC RINSOH.
'i'owauda, January 1.1857.
H. S. JWERCUR,
Townnan, April 24, 1 ®#l.
WAVKKLY, N\ V.
A FOUR story brick ediiice, near the depot, ha* l.trga
Ci airy moms, elegant parlors, and well furnished, I.
owned and conducted I>Y C. WARFkUID with a desira
to please first class patronage, is open for night trains,
and pas.-enners ca'ied up if desired. Hoard 2.50 to 4.00
a week, and single incal- i."> cent*. A new barn near by
Horses kept at. ftff cents per day. Passenger trains east
12.113, 4 40 and 11, a. m.. 4.03 p. in. to Ringhamton—
We.-t 3.42, 5.44 a. ra., 4.57 p. in. S. S2 to Eluiira. Stages
south twice a day.
RAILKO AD HOTEL
.Vr7 r the Hnrelay Railroad terminus,
TR. JORDAN refpectfully informs th#
• the public that he has Teased the we'l-knewn tar
eru stand formerly occupied by M. T. CasntEß, ir the
lower part of the borough of Towanda. which having
been refitted and thorosghly re furnished, he invites the
patronage of the public with every confidence that he
can give entire satisfaction to .such as nuy favor him
with a call.
lit* Bab will he kept stocked with the best qnalitiw of
LIQL'OItS, and the best brands of CIGARS.
Extensive stabling is connected with tho house, and
reliable attendants will enly bs kept.
No pains or expanse tj; i be spawd.to deserve o*o. pjfw
aonago of the eh3rg~ | W "1 Do rcAotrv
i Tawacdc, April 1.1561.