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for the sake of perpetual peace, which
|> nations in times of war have regarded
iii'orary ? Next comes the Amnesty
j i.ni'iation, with all its exceptions as to
~tot Venders. Why not make this gen
, ,1' without exceptions ? Are ire afraid of
|to we fear their, reappearance at the
~1 Capital? Are-we of the free North,
v < ta p. of which is committed and
.n i'n against Slavery—with West Virgi-
Mai viand, Nevada, and the incoming
Territories —are we afraid to admit
, v of our countrymen, submitting to the
institution and obej'ing' the laws, to all
.privileges of the American Union? If
we are unworthy of the destiny
|,;ts been transmitted to us by our
is and theirs.- Or shall we send the
|i.:dlv demoralizing army into Mexico?
;i we allow it to reinforce the minion of
~y Napoleon, Maximilian? Shall we
j,l ti: position of France after the Jievo
j, wiien her expatriated nobility plot
,,| (he great conspiracies which under
„(■<! the first Consul and contributed to
, terrible and final overthrow? Shall we
■ w the desperate men who may be ex
iled from the United States in the event
bidden peace, to intrigue against the
. initry they once dearly loved, or shall we
: e thcin hack to meet the free Sattes of"
\ :ic.t ? W liatever Mr. Lincoln's policy
whether he is at Fortress Monroe or in
rii\ of Washington, we believe he pos
... s the sublime attribute of rewarding
, friends of the Union, and forgive all the
, ;jt-s of the Union who are ready to rc
;o the old flag.
[from the Tribune.]
THE PROSPKCT OP PEaCE.
fact that Gov. Seward left Wasliing
cxjiress on Wednesday avowedly to
■i the Rebel Re ace envoys was yester
clothed with additional gravity by
idvices that the President of the United
-in; s had left Washington on ver-y short
on the same errand. Whether the
• ng between these high officials and
o.iiinent Confederates who have come
as our lines is held at Fortress Monroe
. where, will doubtless be set forth in
>! itches herewith printed, though not at
rod as we write.
if there be any who imagine that the
1 vdeut and Secretary of State on our
and Messrs. If. Stephens A Co. on
T the Confederates are merely trying
I verreacli or outwit each other,in tossing
k and forth the responsibility of further
ige, \vc envy neither his head nor his
i We know that this Peace muve
aiginatedin an earnest, anxious de
, :,r Peace, on a basis just in itself and
i able to all concerned, and we have no
I * that it is prosecuted in a kindred
Unquestionably, there are obstacles
, 1 encountered, difficulties to Le over
: but we trust none of these will be
a insuperable. If, as we now infer,
S-ward. after a first informal eonfer-
Willi the Confederate chiefs, lias tele
>l to the President to join him with
-.? delay, then our hopes of an early and
, i -sue far outweigh our apprehensions.
• will not speculate,since a few days,
urs, must bring developments that
: i . ider speculation superfluous.
ill; I'RKSIDKNT HOME AGAIN— lIOW
lib TRWFLFD AND WHO WENT
WASHINGTON. D. ("., Saturday, Fib. 4. lsi-5.
("/..* Star has the following particulars of
!, urn of President Lincoln and Seere
i ry Seward :
President Lincoln and Secretary Scw
,i'i arrived in Washington at 9:15 this
riling bv special train from Annapolis,
! their return from Fortress Monroe.
The President, who left here on Tiiurs
iv st 11:15 a. in., accompanied by Mr.
'i-gc Kooiitz of the Baltimore and Ohio
■•■ ad Company, arrived at Annapolis at
■!■• in..and,in company with Mr.Koontz,
M-ded to the Naval Academy, where
sb-ainer Colyer had steamed up, and,
!i . oi board, left immediately, and ar-1
vi i at Fortress Monroe at an early hour
Ihe two boats, tlie Mary Martin, bear
- tin- Rebel deputation to Fortress Mon
oid the River Queen,on which Mr. So w
i i went down, were lashed side by side,
: _ which time the President and Secre
ii,\ "i Mate, and the Rebel deputation,
< a protracted interview.
Hie bouts separated about dusk, and
• River Queen started immediately for
uapolis, where she arrived early this
i io* special train which was in waiting
party left that place at 7:30
ruing. and arrived here, as stated above,
to ii-. \\ illiams and Ingalls, who came
) on the i ,iver last night, were on board
■ - line train, were also Mr. R. S. Chew of
Mate Department, who went down with
"•eward. and Maj. Eckert Superinten-
I tie Fnited States Military Telo
n 1 Charles Forbes, attache of the
V ii ise, who accompanied the Presi
■ATEST REPORTS IN WASHINGTON
I '-lit THE RESULTS OF THE CON
KRKNCE—NO PROSPECT OF AN
■ VNGEMENT- -THE "WAR TO GO
us WITH RENEWED VIGOR.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5, 1 8(55.
' IN difficult to procure details coucern
k Hi • recent conlerenee between the Presi
* and Secretary of State and the Rebel
■ iinissioners, but it is asserted that the
versation insisted that he should con
• the prosecution of the war on the
i-iple heretofore declared, namelv of
P'-lling obedience to the Constitution
• "ii the basis of the Union, and admit
peace only on these terms. With him
was to he no deviation from the
v So the Commissioners were left in
ul't whatever on this material point.
ii l conversation was conducted in the.
1 •' urteous and respectful manner, and
'iiiiuissiouers returned to Richmond
-idy understanding the views ox
--i-il l.y the President. Therefore if any
- iurtlier is to he said on this subject
line from the Confederates tlieua
\s has heretofore been stated,there
' agreement upon any point at issue.
alidcntly asserted by intimate ft iends
>" President that no concession or
"■was made by him in the least de
*'"Ming th position as above stated, '
v > -bit-It he has, in public and private
"''rations, maintained. Whatever
speculations as to peace niove-
B;e future, it is certain that there
no aiiatemcnt meanwhile in our mili
"!" 'ations, Imt- that the etl'ort will be
1 cuie the war with additional vigor,
ar success may produce an early
'e nm icie now says: "The
•by which possessed the Rebel
• ai the outset of the Rebellion rules
" volubly still, and the sword of
"i-t execute the work which the
"• "'hided leaders would imt accord
"'''•d Porter reports the capture, on
- '' the —4 th, of the hlockade-run
; ;!, " ll 1 ''kb'l'iem, from Nassau, with
Initio cargo. J
| fkatoll Jkportet
LOCAL AM) GENERAL.
POST OKFII-K CHAXGK.—TLIC name nf Onui
; ville, Bradford county, lias been changed to Gran
i ville Centre, and 1,. D. TAYLOR appointed post
! master, in place of A. J. DIUKE. superseded by the
DIGUING MACHINE.- —We find in the Scieti
j title American, the following notice of it steam dig
; ging machine, lately patented by CHARLES H.
STRATTON, of Monroeton :
"This invention relates to a new and improved
machine for spading the earth, with steam as a mo
tor, and it consists in the employment or use of
spades or forks of any suitable or desired number,
arranged in such a manner that they will, as the
machine is drawn along, penetrate the earth and
' lift and turn over the same, similar to hand digging,
and perform the work equally as well."
AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST.— FMF THE FARM,
GARDEN, AND HOUSEHOLD. —A thorough-going, He
liable, and Practical Journal, devoted to the differ
ent departments of Soil and Culture—such as grow
ing Field Crops ; Orchard and Garden Fruits ;
j Garden Vegetables and Flowers: Trees, Plants,
and Flowers for the Lawn and Yard ; care of Do
mestic Animals, etc., and to Household labors,
with an interesting, instructive department for
Children and Youth. The Editors are all practical
working men. The teachings of the Agriculturist
are confined to no State or Territory, but are adap
ted to all sections (if the country it is for the
whole American Continent.
TERMS (in advance) ; Si 50 per year; Four (3 ipies
one year for s5 ; Ten copies one year for I' 2 ; Twen
ty or more copies one year for SI each. OitixoL
•Ii no. Publisher, 41 Park row, New York.
IMPORTANT TO THE SICK AND AFFLICTED. — Dr.
J. M. STEWART will lie at the AVard House, Feb. Is.
and will stay until Feb. 21th. 18155. for the purpose
of healing the siek and afflicted. No medicine
gixen. No Surgical operations performed. From
five to thirty minutes are required for the most in
veterate eases of almost any kind of Chronic dis
eases. The siek poor are invited to call upon Dr.
STEWART and he will treat them gratuitously, lit
does not want any one to suffer in health because
they are not rich in this world's goods.
feaT'A class lias been organized in our
borough for instruction and drill in what is called
! "The Light and Parlor Gymnastics." This sys
tem has been brought to great perfection by Dr.
DlO LEWIS, of Boston, and we have the happiness
of having one of his pupils us the teacher of the
clas... These exercises have received the sanction
and approval of the most eminent ph\ sicians ; and
the slightest insight cannot fail to convince the
most skeptical, of their great value in giving
1 strength and symmetry to the physical frame.
To invalids, with judicious care this drill must
be-imalnable. In fact, we really believe that one
half the diseases on the physician's list would he
avoided if timely attention were paid to this sub
ject by those who fti'e growing np. "An ounce of
preventative is worth a pound of cure."
It is, however, 111 it a nitre child's play. There
is scarcely one in ten of our men and women, how
ever active their pursuits, that wiuld not be In n
-1 fitted by such a drill. Some take a good deal of
exercise, hut the exercise is all tending to the de
velopment of one set of muscles at the expense of
all otln-rs. The dcvtlopi iiunt is abnormal, defec
tive, distorted, unseemly, a fact which is quite ap
parant to the most casual observer.
For more reasons than the above, we think that
those who value health and strength, are not wist
unless they avail themselves of the opportunity
now offered by M:.-s CAILIFE s class. Miss CAILIEJ
brings with her the highest testimonials as to her
qualifications for the work. Those who have en
joyed the privilege of her instructions would do her
injustice if they did not cheerfully commend In r
to public patronage, as a judicious, accomplished,
and skillful teacher. We understand that a m v
term is about to open. We predict abundant suc
cess. The system has only to be well understood
to be received everywhere.
HQ?" The Furgeou and Commissioner of
the Board of .Enrollment, will be at Towamia for
the purpose of revising the < nrollment of Bradford
County, on the following days :
.1/" daij, F<h. 1:5. Towanda boro". Towanda twp.,
Towanda North, Wysox, Monroe, Monroe boro'.
'/"•si/iii/. 1!. Standing Stone, Herriek. Tusca
rorn. Wyalusing. Dike. Lellaysville. Warren. Wind
Wednesday, 15. Uome, Koine beiro . Litchfield,
Athens twp., Athens boro', Sheshequin. I ! tcr.
Kiilgbury, Terry, Asylum.
Th ncsdnt/, 16. Franklin, Leßoy, Burlington.
.Burlington Boro'. Wilmot, Overton.
I'ridai/, 17. fit Troy. Springfield, South Creek.
Columbia, West Burlington. Troy twp.. Troy boro'.
Silnrday, is. Sylvania boro'. Alba lioro'. Canton
boro'. Canton twp. Granville.
BeaHF Quite a busy time occurred at the
Eye and Far Institute yesterday. Four blind per
sons were restored to sight, two of them being op
erated upon for cataract, and two for artificial pu
pil. 111 tlie afternoon two operations were per
formed for I,<ir!,ri/tn'il Fistula, the operation con
sisting in inserting silver tubes through which the
tears are convey, d from the eye into the nose, the
natural channel having been obstructed through
disease. One of our citizens also underwent an
operation for Strtthi.iMas, or crpss eye. We found
the Institute crowded with patients, several of
whom have come from the Western States to avail
themselves of the services of Dr. Ur l)r. GRAI F.
The doctor is doing a vast deal of good in our
community among the poor, all indigent persons
being treated gratuitously. We know of no Insti
tution of the kind in the country that is iu so pros
perous a condition a> the Eye and Ear Institute of
this city. Flniira Daily Adreiiistr.
Ibo Atlantic. Monthly for February
commences with an elaborate article of twelve pa
ges entitled " Our First Great Painter, and His
Work.,. It is a very complete and 1 xcellent paper
011 Washington Allston and his works. Mr. All
ston died in 181:!, and is so far in the past that a
cooler criticism can be penned with regard to him
and his influence than if that Iv. Nt had b< en re
cent. The essay gives a very good idea of his prin
cipal works. There is an article on Judge Taney;
Notes of a Pianist, by Gottsehalk : ■■ Dr. Join
a new story, by Donald G. Mitchell, and a variety
of other interesting matter. Wliittier, Higginson,
Mrs. Ktowe, Alice Cary, Epes Sargent, and T. B.
Alilrieli. arc among the contributors.
THE ('GENTRY GENTLEMAN. —Tin's is one of
the best journals for "T.;e Farm, Garden, and
Fireside," now published. It is issued weekly,
forming two large columns a y< ar, at the low price
of $2 50. We recommend it to all our farming
friends and all those imbued with a taste for agri
cultural pursuits. Published by J.RTUI.I. Tr< KERA*
SON. Albany. X. Y.
KT-Tbc Ritrg'lar who was can "jit in ibe
Waverly Bank a few months ago, but who, after
conviction made his escape from the Sheriff, has
recentlv been caught in Cincinnati by detectives.
DEFACED I REASI KY NOTES. —Those having
dctaccd Treasury notes and Vractional Currency
can readily have them exchanged at jKist-ofliees.
If clearly genuine no matter how torn or defaced
they may he—Post Masters are obliged to receive
Treasury notes providing ane-tn-inti'th par, lie not
missing, and Fractional currency it not 01 ■e-t. „th
part he missing.
—.bkseph B. Welsh, Esq., of \\ aAhington
county, has been elected, at the special election
held on Tuesday last, a ineiubcs of the House of
Kepresentetives in place of Dr. Beed, deceased.
The district is composed of the counties of Wash
ington and Beaver, and the Union majority is large.
Hon. Andievv L Donelson, the candi
| date for Vice President on the Fillmore ticket in
j 185(5, has returned from the south to his old home
i iu Nashville, Tennessee, and taken the oath of al
—LEWIS S. CORYELL,a well-known citizen of
I this State, died at his residence in New Hope,
Bucks county, on the 28th ult.
Mr. Samuel Noble, of Boston, who had
i attained the age of ninety-nine years, died on Fri
day last. He was a native of Durham, N. H., and
bom August 10. 1765. Moves the oldest man in
—Mr. 0. \\ . Don, LASS has been appointed
Superintendent of the Delaware Division of the
Erie Railway, in place of Mr. H. Riddle, resigned.
—J. S. Rock, a colored lawyer of Boston,
was ad mitted to practice in the supreme f'orut of
the United States Wednesday last.
Brigadier General George G. Meade, U.
j S. A., has been confirmed by the Senate as a Ma
jor General, to date from August lstli. 18(54. The
Semite was occupied on the nomination about three
-—Ex-Senator Foote came into Sheridan's
lines Tuesday, and, as he declined to take the oath
of allegiance, will lie sent to Washington under
Hon. \\ illard Satilsbtiiy, Senator in
Congress, lias been re-elected to the Legislature of
Delaware for six years from the 4th of March, 1801.
Han KINO Horse OF 11. S. Iftssia.i. & Co.. (
TOWAMIA, Feb. ii. 1860. (
H'OLDERH of the U.S. 7 30 Loan are hereby notified
. (hut their Coupons due 011 the ijlb inst.. will be
cashed on presentation at oar office
We luve on baud and for sale all kinds of Govern
ment Securities, anu purchase the same at best rates
Passage Celliticates by the •• luman bine '"of Steam
ers from Liverpool and (juceustown, lor .-ale at the
regular New York rates We also furnish Droits pay
ed le at sight 011 London and Dublin, and on any part of
the Contiiu ill of Kuropeat the lowest rates ii lk\i hang.
15. 8. RCSSELL A CO.
ANUFACTURE YOUR OWN SUGAR,
S.VI' BOILER?, CATLDRONS, S VI'SI'ILES & I'AILS.
Are now on hand for the Sugar Season at
S. X. BIIONSON'S, ORWELL, J*A.
Also. Tons of Stoves, in very gre.it variety. Sleigli
and ('utter Shoes, Bent Cutter Seat Bails. Polls, Thills.
Felloes. Carriage Bows, Horse Sin e , by the Keg or
pound, Boots and shoes. Huts and Caps. Palm heaves.
Dry Goods. Crockery. Ilaidware, Ma-iiinerr. in • seat
variety. F! ur and Sail. Fish. Ac. in any nuantitv. at
i METROPOLITAN COMBINED VARIETY STORE.
Orwell, Pa.. Feb.6,l-nn
BANKIXI; HIII'SE • r 15, S Ri ss|.,i.j. A Co., i
TOV. ASIIA, Feb. ti, 18(5.7. j
("ItBE undersigned having been appointed a-agents
1 lor tiie sale nt the U. S. 7:!) i. an, ofier the same
to subscribers, a. d will extend every laeiHty tor pur
elia-eis lor investments iu this high!y popular Loan,
which lias two years and a halt to 11111 and is then paya
ble in Ca.-h. i-r I'oiivi iti le. at the option of the holder. ,
into the a-i'tl gold bearing Bonds ol the United States.
We will receive the .7 per cent, interest bearing notes
anu Row interest to the date of .subscription.
Our facilities will enable us to otter every inducement
topuechasers. Any information required will be freely
given. R. 8. RUSSELL A CO.
Iy~-'l RAY . —('ante into the enclosure, ol the
J undersigned, in Smithii hi Twp . on or about the
1-t in November, 1864, a Yearling Heifer, color Red,
and sin- bus crooked horns. The owner is requested to
come torwurd. prove property, pay charges and take
her away, or she will ho disposed "1 according to law.
Feb. 2, 1865 3t.p. ' D.FORD.
LUNFCUTORii XOTIUE NOT I (J E
-U i- hereby given tli it ail person- indebted to the 1 s
tateof II EM AN MORGAN, late of Armenia, dee'd, are
requested to make immediate payment.and those having
demands against-aid estate will present them duly au
thenticated for settlement.
Feb. 8,1865. Executor.
riXECUTOR'S NOTlCE—Notice is hoiv
±J li.V given, that ail pe'suns inUebted to the estate of
G L RDOX (1 R!K\\ OLD, late ol (■ ranviile,deceased are re
que-tad to make imtiudiate payment, anil these having
demands against said estate will please present duly
authenticated for settlement.
E. S. BEACH,
Feb. 9, 1864. Execator.
ADM I MSTRATOR'SNOTIGE Lettcis
of administration of the goods, chattels, Ac. ol
EMLY DRAKE, late ol Litchfield twp., deceased,
have been issued to the subscriber. All persons indebt
ed to said estate are requested to make payment, and all
persons having demands -gainst the same are notified to
present the same for settlement to the subscriber.
JOHN It. EDS A LI,,
WM. II SPENCER.
Feb. 0, 1-65. Administrators.
A I>MINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
A~JL is lierebv given, that all per-ons indebted to the
e.-tale of SAM LEI, A. WARREN, late of Herriek.
dee'd, are requested to make immediate payment, ami
those having demands against said estate will please pre
sent duly authenticated for settlement.
ii. W. CAMP,
Fell. 8. 150.7. Administrator. '
A DM IN ISTR A TOR'S NOTlCE—Notice
ii i- hereby given that all persons indebted to tliees
tatC',of JUSTUS S i URDEVANTJatc of Granville, dee'd,
are requested to make immediate payment, and ail having
claims against said estate must present them duly au
thenticated lor settlement.
MINER T. PORTER.
Feb. 7.1865. Administrators.
I IST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN
-1-J the Post Office at Towanda. Pa., lor the week en 1
ing February 6. 1865 :
Bpjamin Lovita Hardiek Wm. N.
Boyles Lncimla Tayler John
Bennett H. W, Lewis LueyJ.
Bryne Amanda McHurstcr J as.
Bride Betij. Noble Jus. D. Dr.
Barrett Cornelius Nelson Militia
('randall M. J. Olmsted Jennie
Davenp'-rt E I'otter & Setiach
Ebright John Pollard Phillip
Fore! 1 H. Pea rue Sarah
liarVey E Rogers Harriet S-
Hovt I), if. Ruger I t. J. F.
Hall H. C. Dr. Si .-y Aimira
liuskiii Jas. D. Wheeler Levi
Hewett Mrs. J
feaT Persons calling for any of the above letters will
please say "Advertised." S. W. ALVORD,
Feb. 7, 150.5. Postmaster.
\ I)M LXISTRATOK S NOTICE —Notice
xle i-hereby given that all persons indebted to tbees
fate of ISAAC It. UORTON.Iate oi Sheshequin twp.,
dee'd., are requested to make immediate payment, and
ail having claims agflirist said estate, must presen
them duly authenticated for etiiement.
Fell. 2. 1-65. Administrator.
\ D.MIMJSTRATOR'S NOTICE —Notice
1 \ is 'ucreby given, that all persons indebted to ti.-
estate of A 1.1.EN W. BARN ES, latent Rome toivn-hip,
ilece sed. are requested to make immediate payment,
and tho-, having claims against said estate will present
th'-m duly authenticated tor settlement.
DARWIN A R B -VRNES.
DAVID IS BARNES,
Feb. 2, 1865. Administrators.
A DM IN ISTIt AT() ITS NOTlCE.—Notice
XV. is hereby given that all persons indebted to the es
tate ol JEDSON BLACKMANIate.oI Monroe tp.,idee'd jute
requested to make immediate payment and all having
claims upon said estate will present tin 111 duly authenti
cated for settlement.
D. R. PLACEMAN,
Feb. 2. 1865. • Administrators.
A PMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE—Notice
XI is heretiy given that ail per-ons imielited to the es
tate o! ( IIA A PEL LlGiiT.late of Towinda tp., deceased
are requested to make payment, without delay
and those havingclaims against said estate must prese
them duly authenticated tor settlement.
BO'BT. M. PRUYME,
Jan. 12,1865. Administrator
TT S. INTERNAL REVENUE. SPECIAL
v., • INCO.mk TAX —Notice is hereby given that the
Special Tax on income tor the year 1-03, is "now due
and payable, and payment thereof is hereby demanded.
All nersons asse.-sed in the County of Bradford, will
make paymen tto the undersigned. at ii is office in the
Borough oi Towanda, on or beiore tbe 9th day of Febin
Notice is also given, that all persons wli i shall neg
lect to pay their tax within the time specified, will tre
lialile to jiay Im per centum additional
11. L. KCOTT. Col'r. 13th Di-triet. Pa.
Coileetor's Office, Tow iuda, Jau. 24,1865.
1 LARGE ARRIVAL OF FISH, COD
■ix. 1 iSll. Mackerel. Herring. Blue-Fish, Scale-Fish.
Ac., at wholesale and retail. Mackerel put up in small
packages lor family use, some vcrv choice ones ; also
quarter and half-barrel packages, al offering lor sale at
low rates, by fen 2 FT. FOX.
I? YE AND EAR INSTITUTE.
DR. UP DEGRAFF,
OCI'LIST. Arm st and Gkkkkai, Sckgkon, Elmira.N. V.
Treat all Diseases of the Eye, Ear and Throat.
THE EYE.— He will operate upon Cataract, Artificial
Eupil, C'sosk Eyes, Lachrymal Fistula, Pterygium , Patro
pion, (inversion of the eye-LUL,] and treat all forms of
'• SORE EYES," such as Granulated Lids, Purulent
Ophthalmia , Opacities ol the Cornea, Scrofulous dis
: eases of the Eye, and all diseases to which the Eye is
I'HE EAR.— Treats successfully Discharges from the
I Ear A'uises in the Ear. Difficulty of Hearing, Deafness,
[even when the Drum is entirely destroyed, will insert
an artificial one, answering nearly all the purposes of the
THE THROAT.— Ulcerated Throat, Enlarged Ton
! sil. togithcr with
in all its forms, permanently cured.
GENERAL SURGERY.— He will operate upon Club
Feet, Hare Lip, Cleft Palate, Tumors, Cancers, Morbid
! Growths, Deformities from Bums, and Hernia, and per
j forms PLASTIC OPERATIONS— Where the Nose, Lips
or any portion of the face is destroyed through disease
or otherwise, by healing them on anew.
• Will aitcud to the Amputation ol Limbs, "FEE
and General Surgery in all its branches.
INSERTS ARTIFICIAL KI'ES -Giving them all tin
motion and expression of tin- natnral, defying detection,
they are inserted without removing the old one or pro
ducing pain .
The Doctor's collection o! instruments comprises ail
the latest improvements, and is the largest in the State,
the superior advantages he lias had in perfecting him
self in all that is new and valuable in Surgery, warrants
him in saying that everything within the hounds ol the
profession may lie expected ot him.
The instiluie has been greatly enlarged, so that we
| can now accommodate ail increased number of patients
from a distance. Comfortable Boarding Houses attach
ed to the establishment.
.Yo incut able ohm received far 'I iei tment or Opera
ti< us. It a case is incurable he will lie so informed.
Institute on Water street, epposite the Braiuard House
Elmira.N. Y. Feb 2 1365.
"YTOTICE.—The Board of Revision lias
i-x fixed upon the dates and places lor holding Ap
peals for A . P. SUA, viz : -
Towanda Borough, at the Commissioner's Office, Wed
nesday. February 15.
Towanua Township and Towanda North, at the Com
mi-.-ioiier's Office. Thursday, February 16."
Asylum,. it house of Moses Eitenberger, Monday, L'eh. TO
Terry. " " E. W. Xeal, Tusday, '• '.'l
Wiiniot, ' " Hiram Horton, Wednesday' 22
Albany. " " S. P. Stcrigere, Thursday." 211
Overton, " " Edward McGovern, Fridap, •• 24
Monroe township and Borough, at house of William
Decker, Saturday. Feb 25.
I UL-ter, at house ot Ethan Tuttle, Monday, Feb. 27.
Athens tvvp., at house of W. 11. Simmons, Tuesday,
Fell . 28.
Athei s boro", at house of W. H. Simmons, Wednesday
March 1. "
Ridgbnry, at house of Benj. Human, Thursday, March 2
Springfield, at house of A brain Bentley , Friday, March 3
Sinithtlcld, at house of L. S. Arnold, Saturday, " 4
South Creek, atliouseut JOHN F.Giilett. Monday, '• I!
WelLs, at house of James Brink, Tuesday, " 7
L_vi niihi I and Sylvauia, at house ol S. D. Goodrich,
Wednesday, March 8.
1 IOY TWP., at house ol V M. Lang, Thursday. March
Troy boro' at house ol V. M. Long, Friday, " 10
Burlington twp , and boro' at house of Jerome Hill.
Saturday, March 11.
i! ;rli'.,-111.11 West, at HOUSE of Jerome Hill, Monday,
Granville, at house of Julius Bailey . Tuesday, March 14
Ann: uia and Alba boro' at bouse of i>. I'. Knapp, Wed-
NC.-day, arch 15.
Canton twp., and boro'at fhe house of 11. 11. &J. E.
Whitman, Thursday, March 16.
I * ROY. ,t house ot 11. M. Ilolcomh, Friday. March 17.
Frauklin , at house ot S. S. Downing, Saturday, " Is'
Wys .x, at house ot Joseph Conklin, Monday* " 20
IL MO twp., and boro' at bouse ol Jason Chaffee, Tues
day. March 21.
Shc -lieijuin, at house ot C. H. Ames, Wednesday .Mar.22
I.ii.Jilield. at house ot Cyrus Blood good, Thursday 23
Wll.dhuui, at house of Hiram Sherry, Frid y, " '24
Warn A. at house ot Robert Cooper, Saturday, " 25
DI well, at house of Daniel Stevens, Monday. " 27
Derrick , at the School House in Herrickville, Tuesday,
I'ike and LeUaysville, at house ot James It. Fletcher,
' Wednesday, March 2d.
FU.-carora, at house of P. I). Black, Thursday, March 30
Wyalusiug. at house of Theodore llines, Friday, " 31
Standing Stone, at house of Charles liotchkiss, Satur
day , April 1.
Assessors will be punctual in delivering notices to
iaxables, and 111 making their returns in person, a't the
time specified in their warrants, at which time and
place the Board of Envision will attend, and hear all
who consider themselves aggrieved by the assessment,
and make SCCH alterations as to them shali appear just
and reasonable. By order of the Board.
Attest: E. B. COOLBAUUH, Clerk.
Commissioner's Office, January 23, 1865.
EHRST NATIONAL BANK OF TOW-
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OP THE V. S.
E. 11. SMITH, I (I. F. MASON, I JOSEPH POWELL,
C. s. U CSS EL 1., E. T. FOX, OEOKOK STEVENS,
K. W. HALE, I .1. D. MONT AN YE, |O. D. BAI.TLETT,
This Bank being a depository of the United States,
and in daily communication with the Treasury Depart
ment, affords to its dealers unusual facilities lor invest
ing in Government Securities, or lor the payment of in
terest Coupons as they become due.
A supply ot U. S Bonds and Treasury Notes are kept
constantly 011 hand, and the officers ol the Bank will al
ways he pleased to furnish any information required in
regard to the various Government Loans.
Deposits received and interest allowed as usual.
Persons wishing to send money to any part ot our
own or the T)hl Country, will lie furnished with Ex
change at current rates.
E. 11. SMITH, President.
N. N. LETTS. J R Cashier.
PERSONAL PROPERTY \T PRIVATE
L SALE.—THE undersigned will sell at private sale
at his residence on Second Street, in Towanda, a quan
tity ol second hand Household Furniture. Also a large
quantity ol Tex-t Books lor schools. These hooks are
many of them trainable for teachers and scholars, al
though not now used in our schools. They embrace
Grammars, Readers and more advanced hooks in the
English. Latin, Greek, French and German languages,
W<UKS upon all depar'ments of Mathematics, the Nat
ural Sciences, Ac. The books have not been used and
they will he sold at very low prices. The properly can
BE purchased at any time before flic first 01 April next.
For any sum over live dollars, three months credit will
he given. C. R. UOBURN.
RP\\ T 0 DWELLINGS FOR SALE.— The
J. subscriber offers for sale his Dwelling Houses and
L< :S in Towanda Borough. The House formerly occupied
by us, on the north-cast corner of Main and Franklin
stn ets ; a framed house, two stories and basement, with
a WI 11, and in good repair. Will he sold with or without
the corner lot.
Also, the dwelling house now occupied by me, on the
n NIL west corner ol Second and Franklin streets. It is
A two story house, with basement, and has a barn upon
the lot, willi wi ll and cistern, and an abundant supply of
I-IIIT. Terms made satisiactory to the purchaser.
Dec. 1, 1864. JAMES MECABE.
'PO ITIE PUBLlC.—Notice is hereby
A given to all whom if may concern, that I h-ive left
my l ooks and accounts at my late place o( business,
and all persons indebted to me, will please call there
a id settle their indebtedness immediately.
TI wanda, Jan. 28, 1805.
rnOALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN !
I SETTLE UP! SETTLE UP!!
'I he time has now come, that it is to the interest of all
PI I S IS having accounts with the undersigned to call
anil settle lip without delay.
Jan. 2 1865. JNO. BEIPLEMAX.
L'SYEAY. — Came into the enclosure of
A A t : I -ub • liber on the 13th of Dec. last a led COW
it". 11 liv or six years old. The owner is requested to
come forward prove property, pay charges and take her
awav. ■ r ,-I.e u ill HE disposed of according to law.
M R, a-. J,A 9. 1565. JAMESC. RIDGWA Y,2d.
/ J HOI xn PLASTER & PITTSTOX COAL
® I The ibscriliers have on hand, ami will keep eon
stantlv at their Store- House, in Ulster, CAYUGA
GROUND PLASTOK and PITTSTON COAL, which
they will sell AT reasonable rates.
Ulster, Jan. 16,1365. A. NEWELL A CO.
RPOWAXHA BOROUGH VOLUNTEER
I Bennty Loan. SIOO Certiorates of indebtedness of
Towanda boro'. payable in C months witli interest , free
from tax. for sale at the Banking office of B. S. Russell
A Co. January 9, 1 MLS.
TJLASTKR. —A fresh SUPPLY OF Ground
IL Plaster on hand and for saie by
FEB. 2,1865. W. A. ROCKWELL.
*V" EW AMI FRESH GOODS!
_L X Just received,
A FULL STOCK OF GROCERIES,
Bought for Cash,
WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT A SMALL ADVANCE.
Thankful for past favors, I would respectfully say to
my old triends that I hope by st.iiet attention and fair
prices to merit a continuance of their favors.
Towanda, Feb. 2. E. T. FOX.
A DMINI ST RATE I X NOTlCE.— Notice
is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the
estate ol JOS. SPENCER, late of Windham township,
dee'd, are requested to make immediate payment, and
those having clames against said estate will present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
ELIZA E. SPENCER,
Jan. 12, 1865. Administratrix.
A DMINISTRATORSNOTICE.— Notice is
i~A hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate ol IRA 10BREST, late of Emithfield twp., dee'd
are requested to make immediate payment, and those
having claims against said estate will present them duly
authenticated for settlement.
Jan. 12,1865. Administrator.
raw.. - ■.nf ...i- v , rr r rwiafrom w rm. .mm m*m ...
. A NNTAI. REPORT OF THE RECEIPTS AND KXPENMTOREB OF BRADFORD
| XX County, from the list of January to the 31st of December, 18<>4, inclusive.
Auditors 154 00 '
Assessors 1492 43
Bridge Contracts 1831 18 \
Bridge Views 2G 00 1
Commonwealth Suits 1050 40 i
Crier of Courtb 90 00
Counsel to Commissioners 50 00
Cost in Civil Suits 50 00 j
Constables making returns and attending court 570 57 |
Cash refunded to F Watts, late treasurer 108 78
District Attorney 80 75
Bounties to volunteers and support of families 1555 00
Elections 2139 39
Damages sustained by fulling of County bridge 550 00
Fuel and lights 258 00 I
Grand Jurors 505 00
Traverse Jurors 1494 31
Insurance on Court House 99 00
Justice's Inquisitions 21 82
Jeetwal hm the Several (Jvllertor* of (J<nmh/ 'lnn //,.•,,f llrenltoril.
Townships 4" Boroughs. Names of Collector*. i'ei. Char zed. Received. Exonor'd Per. dent. Due.
Monroe bottrtgtl Marcus Terwillige 1856j fij "Til
Albany George W Cranmer 1.869 132 9: 132 91
Burlington West J C DeWitt 1860 sli 68 04 120 14 01
Litchfield David Mc Kinney 2 7' 1 2 73
Monroe borough It It Rockwell* < 2\; ' 28
i Home twp. K C Cranmer '1801; Oi 2 | 06 28
Burlington two- 11 M Prnyne 30 13 30 13
Pike , O W Northrop 1 147 19 117 19
, Smithfield j I W Phelps 130 42 130 42
Towanda North D S Kennedy 53 57, ,3 57,
Annenia Isiael Moore 1803 13 33 ■"> 9 V 3 09 4 20
: Asylum W M Decker* 2 53j 140 113
Albany Lewis Jones 09 16 4s 90 6 01 12 19
Athens borough B S Powers OS 84 48 90 8 01 12 19
Burlington twp. 11 M Pruyne 90 80 96 80
Burlington Boro. George C lliil 29 08 j 29 08
Burlington West Ainasa Greeno* 94 72 94 72
t Franklin D \V Gokeley 92 00 92 69
Granville J II Vanness 101 34 50 00 51 34
Herrick J J Anderson > 01 02 01 62,
Leßoy E Kelley 101 03 84 37 2 19 14 47
I Monroe borough James McGill 1 4 17 37 3 80
! Orwell W P I'ayson* ! 348 60 325 00, 23 06
Pike It W Brink 218 81 t77 88; 1 04 39 29
llldgbury Alexander Stirton II 9.7 3 01 8 52 30 39
Rome borough II W Browning 9 07 0 40 2 67
i South Creek Ira Crane 99 ui 99 0.7
| Standing Stone John Bishop 37 so 37 80
' Towanda borough Ira H Smith 95 49 95 49
Towanda North I) L Keuucdy 54 07 54 07
Tusearorn A J Silvara 1 37, 4 37
I Wysox E I! Bishop 3 70 3 70
Warren J S Allyn 249 70 215 04 90 1 3:5 70
Wilmot Edward Mecks 48 77 4s 77
SPECIAL CO TNT Y.
Armenia Israel Moore 1863 13 33 8 91 4 42
Asylum W M Decker 05 40 05 40
Albany Lewis Jones 01 16 40 90 s 111 12 19,
; Athens Bo". B S Poweis 100 00 12s 12 31 94
Burlington It M Prnyne 205 25 205 25
j " boro Geo C lliil 29 OS . 29 08
west Anr.isa Greeno* 171 06 131 48 39 58
Franklin D W Cokely 105 60 145 13 20 47
Granville . J h Vanness 54 14 50 00 4 11
; Herrick J J Anderson 44 02 44 02
Lcßoy E Kelley 100 03 143 37 2 19 14 47
Monroe Twp W A Kellogg 104 01 01 70 42 25
Monroe Boro James McGill S 59 3 5- 1 21 3 80;
Orwell W I* Pay son* 402 00 388 29 ; 13 77
Pike B W Brink 189 72 148 07 2 34 39 31
Ridgbury Alexander Stirton 51 95 17 43 8 52 20 00
Rente Boro' H W Browning 29 17 20 8u 2 07
South Creek Ira Crane 99 05 99 05
j Standing S. , John Bishop > 22 97 22 97
Towanda 11, Jra H Smith 311 88. 344 88
; Towanda N. D L Kennedy 170 35' 170 35
I Tuscarora A J Silvara 73 51 73 51
j Wysox E It Bishop 155 e6 155 80
' Warren J S Allyn 310 "0 274 00 241 33 00
Wilmot Edward Meeks 188 77 188 77
COUNTY TAX FOR ls<>4.
Armani a J B Morgan 1864 129 8,7 120 8s 2 ol 6 30
Albany H R Vanloon 381 }l< 349 68 13 23' 18 50
Asylum Isaac Ennis 570 5s 531 45 16 90 28 23
Athens twp. Ahram Snell Jr. 21o> 90 2011 31 10 72 197 87
Athens boro' 7. R-Spalding 701 57 051 97 I 54 35 00 10 HO
Burlington 1 R M I'ryuue* 595 99 354 87 10 00 29 13 195 33 !
Burlington boro" Benj. Itoyse 121 74 114 71 92 0 II
Burlington West E E Loomis* 505 14 120 00 2 77 25 19 357 18
Canton James G Scudder 1108 37 333 00 835 37 !
Columbia Alden Keyts 1193 35, 1117 lo 17 35 58 s4
• Franklin Hiram Fairehild , 304 7\ 342 41 1 11 IS 23
, Granville j M E Bailey 645 77 012 00 1 39 32 .32
Herrick J J Anderson 445 71 421 35 2 05 22 31
Leltoy A J Walters* 4.73 12 210 00 132 21
Litchfield H B Wolcott 724 21 080 50 7 75 35 90
; Leßaysvillc Denison Johnson 134 34 130 32 2 12 6 90
Monroe twp. Samuel Lyons* 31 27; 363 65 12 241 20 17j 217 12
Monroe boro' . James M. Gill* 111 21 111 21
I Orwell 1 Albert A Allyn 831 so- 785 oil 477 41 52
Overton B J McGoveru 149 501 135 90 0 42 7 Is
' Pike ■ Hansford Brilik 1060 99 1090 31 7 42 53 23
Itidgbury Alex. Stirton 798 21 750 32 8 13 37 79
j Rome Twp. 1 James H Towner 609 30: 570 11 287 30 32
Rome boro II F Young i 80 3- 75 01 1 32 4 05
! Smithfield V S Vincent 1208 02 1139 52 .9 s2 00 2.8
: Springfield I! P Strong 970 2'i : 922 90 2 09 48 i;7
; South Creek Peter J Dean 48,5 38 440 08 21 38 23 32
Shesheguin i LJ Culver 1047 01 990 31 449 52 21
j Sylvania Finley Furman 108 82 98 oft 10 go i
; Standing Stone Stephen T P.ish jp ' 527 081 499 72 150 26 40
Terry W T Horton 308 83 342 35 : 8 30 18 12
Towanda Twp. D D Maynard 458 50 429 8* 5 97 22 05
Towanda Boro' W G White 1278 81 1 12 7 10' 7 50 64 15
Towanda North Roderick Granger 418
Iroy Twp James H Ward 1135 55 loTl 47 745 50 03
Troy Boro' James Ackerman 520 C 9 351 00. 175 09
Tuscarora M Black* 550 93' 426 00 0 61 20 54 77 7s
Ulster F.tlien B Moore 04s 96 611 7 V 4 71 32 47
Warren G W Boweu* 1031 12, 970 31 299 51 05 017
Windham James Newman 841 74 790 10 095 41 71
Wyalusing Clark Brown 8.43 Bc, 659 2 189 03
Wells Alfred C Brink 713 45 069 32 8 So 35 27
Wilmot G H Morrow* 444 14 376 22 10 5.5 21 87 33 <( !
Wysox E R Bishop 937 94 8.51 57 i' 2 17 46 50 27 40
# Re-Assessments 273 78 199 15 74 63
* . Sum Total $35168 4c 29178 92' 575 39' 1550 82 5783.55 j
' Paid in full since January Ist 1865.
he. Stephen D. JlarLnese,Treasurer, in aeenunt vitli the (Vanity of Bradford, for ISG4. f'r
To amount due upon duplicates of State and
County tax for 1803 and prey ions year 1005s s"
To amount of duplicates lor State and c nit
ty tax for ISO 4 4 3 704 14
To amount received from unseated lands 1752 08
" " seated " 142 75
" " Re-assessments 112 12
•' " •' Incidental rcceivals 304 00
" • Military fund 319 70
" in Treasury January 1,ISO! 3329 59
Total - - $OOll4 43
lh County orders in account with the County of Bradford for 1864. Cr.;
To amount of orders issued in 1804 21435 14
" '• outstanding Jan. 1.1801 5 50
Total - $21440 04
BRADFORD COUNTY SS.
We the undersigned Commissioners of said County, do hereby certify that tlie above is a true aud correct state 1
mer.t of the teceivalsand expenditures of said county, trim the tirsf day of January to the thirty-first day of lie ;
cember (inclusive) A. D. 1801.
JOSEPHUS CAMi'ItKI.U, i
VI .B. DODGE, Comma. '
F ATTEST] E. B. COOLBAUGH. Clerk. JOHN BEARDSLEE. J
ALU ABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
The subscriber ofl'ers for sale his property in I! me
iSoro', consisting of the New Store, which heoeenpies.
Two Dwelliug Houses, Two Barns ai d one building
suitable lor a Grocery Store, together with about 14
acres ol land, with a good Apple Orchard thereon, all
considered,it is as nice location for business and as valu
able propeity as there is in Northern Pennsylvania.
Borne, Jan. 9,1865. L. L. MOODY.
DESIRABLE HOTEL PROPERTY FOR
SALE.—The Furniture and l.e.i -e of the Ward
House, at Towanda, Pa., are now lor sale. The house
is beiug thoroughly repaired from garret to cellar. It
is located at the county seat ot the large and flourish
ing county of Bradford, and is doing a good lucrative
business. It is the .Stage House fm all stage, arriving
at and departing from the town. The property consists
of .everything necessary for the complete furnishing of
a first class house. Good Spring Water in the kitchen
laundry and bath-room, in fact, everything desirable for
a first rate business stand. To a person desirous of en
tering the business, an excellent opportunity is now
offered. POWELL & SMITH.
Towanda. Nov. -S. ISO 4.
T7TLLAGE LOT AND BARN FORSALE.
T —The subscriber offers lor sale his building let in
the borough ol Towanda. situated on Second street, first
lot above the residence ot E. 0. Goodrich. A good Barn
is erected on the lot, and the property is very desirable.
For terms &c.,apply to J. F. Means, or
Dec. fi. 1864. F. F. POST.
i EX T 1O X F A R M E R S !
VALUABLE FARMING AND TIMBER LANDS
The undersigned offer at private sale about 500 acres of
GOOD FARMING LANDS,
in lots to suit purchasers.
1 he.-e lands are situated between three and four miles
from the Borough of Towanda, in Asylum township.—
TV'.\ 1 e well watered, well located, with deep rich "soil.
Nearly IMi acres are under the plow. The balance is
with O.iU, Pine and Chestnut in quantities sufficient to
pay one half of the purchase money.
Terms one half Cash or Government Bonds, and bal
ancc in instalments as may be agreed upon.
ALSO 100 ELIGIBLE BUILDING LOIS.
Situated in the Borough of Towanda. Teipis as above.
Apply to Mrs. M. A. CASH, Administratrix, or to
GEO. P, CASH. Towsusda,Deo. 12,1864.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale his
A civ elling house and lot on .lei street, north-west of
C. L. Ward's. The property has on it a large and new
ly built barn, a good well of water and cistern, a very
fine cellar, and some fine fruit and shade trees. Inquire
of the subscriber. DANIEL HARKtNS.
Towanda, />ec. 10. 18H4,
! Copying judgment docket 100 00
Office books and stationery 306 03
Prisoners'support in County jail 70s 'JS
" ' " Penitentiary 01G 3S
i Conveying prisoners to " 700 00
i PuOilc printing 337 70
Protb'y and Clerk Quarter Sessions 107 70
| Repairs on public buddings '512 06
j Sheriff lor summoning Jurors 111 00
Tu ps, lor schools and town tax on seated land 73 34
Wild Cat certificates 1 ">o
Isaac Lyons late commissioner 250 00
1 Joseplius Campbell commissioner 200 00
' ffm B Dodge " 372 00
i John Beard-dee *• 34 00
jE B CooVbangh clerk " 700 00
Sum Total f21435 14
By amount of State and county tax returned
on collected for 1864 and previous year 6297 04 !
By amount of State and Co. to exonerated
to collectors to 71
By amou tof percentage to eolleefcrs *j2;' 1 44 1
'• abatement " * 328 46 I
orders redeemed 21412 43
•' 2 per cent, commission on same 42s 2d '
1 - " •' $46977 11 469 77
Slate Tres is receipts for Feb. 26,
May 11. .1 ly 9, Oct. 21. Dec. 17. 25849 05 !
By amount in Treasury January 1.1865 2491 28 j
Total $60114 431
By amount of orders redeemed it; 18, | 21412 43 i
" " outstanding Jan. 1,1865 28 21,
Total $21440 64 '
I QYSTELS ! WHOLESALE A RETAIL ;
BY THE HUNDRED OR KEG,
A 1 L A U 6 11 L 1 N'S S A I, O () N!
Towanda. Nov. 30, 1864.
T>ROPOSALS will be received at tin' of
X lice oi G. />. Montanye, lor furnishing the Borough
of Towanda 2<>,t)oo lot oi l.| inch oak plank, not to ex
ceed 6 iiu hes in width. Also 4,0(10 feet Oak Scantling i
3 inches square. To i e delivered by the Ist day of May
next. Towanda, Dec. 21,1864. '
U£N WANT Bl !
BY THE FALI. CREEK COAL A IRON CO.,
To Chop, Clear Laud, and Make Shingles, or to Clear
Land by the acre.
Apply tu VV.M. M . MALLOUY, at the Ward House.
Dec. 8,1864. GEO. C FARRAK, President.
MP O WANDA MEAT MARKET!
STRATTON A INGHAM,
Respectfully inform the citizens of Towanda, that tiiev I
have purchased the well-known Market ol M-ssrs. Mc-
CABB and will continue to carry on the business at the
Old Stand, on Main Street, next' door north of Dr. I'or
ter's Drug Store.
They would say to the public that they intend to keep
on hand a choice selection of MEATS of all kinds, which
they will sell at the lowest possible prices, either by the
side, quarter or pour.d.
Meats, delivered on short notice, when ordered, at any
place within the corporation.
C. H. STRATTOX.
Pec. 29.15Q4. H. H. INGHAM,
POAL, LIME, CEMENT, FIRE BRICK
i There is a Lime Kiln at the Bare lav Company's Basin
a Towanda, where is kept constantly lor sale. Fresh
•unit White Lime Stone, at 40 ets. per bushel, and IS ;
euts per bushel for slacked Lime. Also, Syracuse Wa
er Lime at two dollars per barrel, and Eire Brick, at 8 !
euts each. Drain Tiles 2,3 and 4 inch., at 2, 3 and 4,
en s per foot.
RETAIL PRICE OK BARCLAY COAL AT TOWANDA.
AT YARD. DELIVERED.
ump. $5,00 I Lump Coal $5,50 I
lun of Mines 4.50 Ruu of Mines,. 500
'ine Coal 4,00 [ Fine Coal 450
All the above for sale at the office of Barclay Coa^
i "ompany, Towanda.
| _ JAMES MACFARLANE.
1 Towanda. May, IS, ISG4.
T AW CO-PARTNERSHIP.
| XJ The undersigned have formed a co-partnership in
I law business under the name of ADAMS PERT. Partie
i ulur attention paid to business in the Orphans' Court.
J C. ADAMS
j Towanda, January 33,1865. H. I'EET.
SALE.—The undersigned wishes to
sell two good Horses.
1 Towanda tp . Dee. ID, 1864. HARRIET MEANS
p O W K L L A (10. ,
, Having recently made large addition* to their
|STOCK OT LADIES' FURS,
S // A W L fit, <t ('. , <f C .
Are now prepared to exhibit an attractive stock ni
And offer them for sale at the
LOWES T M A R K E T V R 1 V K S.
They have also just opened
AT PRICES MUCH BELOW THOSE*OF
The early part-of' the season a large stock ol
Ti A D I E S D R E S S ft 0 0 It S,
Which eompiises a pre as variety of
COLORS AND STYLES OF FRENCH MERINOS,
EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPS, PLAIDS,
fie., Ac., fee,,
To which special attention is invited,
j December 12,1564.
I - __ - -
YjTIVTER ftOODS. JUST OPENINti.
PURS ! FURS ! ! FURS ! ! ! FURS ! ! 1 '
A NICE ASSORTMENT,
J" ADIES CLOAKS ! LADIES CLOAKS !
' rpovs! TOYS!! TOYS!!! TOYS!!! !
SANTA CLAUS, TAKE NOTICE!
Tlie finest assortment ol
TOYS IN TO W N
For the coming
II O I. I D A Y R ,