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iOVAI. AND GENERAL.
J. r y Tlir is printed upon CAMP
, , (Vmntiv and Jol. l'rcss, Office No. 50 OoM
. \ t w York. Thomas H. Senior, agent.
The Annual Election for Directors
j t First National Hank of Towaiula will be
,1 at the Hank, on Tuesday, the 'Jth day of Jan.
s . . h 'tween the hours of 1 and '2 p. m.
N. N. itETiajr., (osh'r,
I MTKRANT E. —lien Button of Towuuda,
li ,|. liver an address on the svbject of Temper
u , at the Academy, in Wyalusing, on Wednes
■, evening. Dae. - 2(itli 1805. The lecture will be
. -;ud all are invited to attend. General Fatton
able and eloquent advocate of the Temper
, ause. and never fails to please and interest
di.nre, (to and hear him.
In the list of the Standing Commit
, I : tin House, announced by Speaker COLFAX,
i lice that Hon. I . MEKCCH, M. C. from this
ostiivt is a number of the Committee on theDis
,; ;,-t Columbia.
The U heeler A. \\ ilson Sewing
it lias no Superior.'— Aiwiici.tu Agrict'ltv r-
' New ears will be celebrated ;it tbe
\ [' •use. Shi'sliequiu, by a Grand Ball, Mon
. .. uing, Jan. 1 18'itl, and an opportunity will
n ;.> all to Lave a "guy and festive ' time.
\MI S knows bow to manage such affairs to
'•ii> guests enjoy themselves. Bill i>2.sn.
li. ;i ,h'lis F. Lo.xc; died ut Burlington, in
. i :r. on the '2lth nit., aged 58 years and 1(1
Ml. LONG was one of the most respected
us i f Western Bradford. He was an \ssoci
.li ■. through one term, and enjoyed in a high
, tie-confidence and respect of the public,
lij. i. :>c is universally regretted.
|) ,-ini'i'TtvK J IKE. —On Saturday evening
i bout '• o'clock, the Foundry and Machine
- .s of Messrs. BLOOD & Co., at Athens, were
■ vend to be on fire. From the combustible
of tbe contents the fire spread with great
, irv. and in a short time the buildings with
i, contents wa re consumed. The loss is about
■ SHI. upon which then is an insurance of s;i..
I Iv.vlliug of 1!. C. Sinisebaugh was in inimi
■ .lunger, but was saved with great exertions by
■ring down his bain.
NI.W YFARS BALI, AT MILAN, I'A.- .1. S. L\vr-
IN. Proprietor of the Milan House, respectful
•> .. .lli uiices to the dancing public that be will
a Grand New Yeai • Ball, on Monday evening
•I n. I. lsfiii. ll.s m.iug'Weiits will be complete,
and ivi r\ facility will be afforded for a "gay and
ft-rtive season." ('mue om conn all. Music—
K. 1 i s (nil Band. Bill—s2 50.
NRIEN AND Si.vet i. ut DEATH. —Mosman
\;.ns, i West Burlington township, while eating
iim.. rut Cass' Hotel in East Troy, on Friday
■ linked at the table, and getting up, went out
i doors. Not u turning, search was made for
aii J he was found to be in a dying condition,
xpired in a short time, all attempt-: ' > relieve
v*u I' ing unavailing.
The present fall and winter lias been
ible for its mildness. Up to this time the
iias not closed, and boats are still loading
■ sth. al.
\ deranged woman came to the
i." of Gen. Fatton, in this borough, Tnes
iiing. She says her name is Elenor liil
■ L (1 ia r husbands name is Abraham ltilburn,
n sub s in Bloomsburg, but she has been re
is a supposed i. sident of Wavorly. She
-i d, tall and slender, with light coni
■ti and eyes. Her conversation is so mingled
a.i nherent vagaries of the imagination that
. reliable can be elicited from her concern
ttial residence or past history. We in
' this notice that her friends may know where
i iml her.
\ I K INT. — Men iu Brown, son ol Bcnj.
f ..a. of Browntowu, met with a serious and
! Ally tatal accident on Monday last. He was
a aviug the la use with a loadi d gun ill his hands,
■: ut of the doo ; : ■ gun wt s d -
g. d. th- c nteut.s passing into the-left side
■ r the arm. At latest accounts lie was alive
itii litti j n sji, et of his recovering from the
sot the wound. He had served his couutiy
ngh the reb< llion, in the 6th Reserves and es
■ ti • rebel bullets to meet with sucli a sudac
nt t his own hands.
MIS JOHNSON, at \<>. is Lake street,
as. in our columns a great display of Goods
If lidays. Our Western readers, many of
- is it Elmira will do w. !L toe ill at JOHNSON'S
>:mi. nt. and see the • are and splendid arti
i i~ for sale. Be is also agent for some of
..pproved sewing machines liov in mar
: A::N ~-Sullivan county is good luuit
--i ind still to those who "know how the
s Our enterprising Revenue Assistant
Mi. Lewis Zuuer, and his son, Adam H.
■ L: t hery twp., ale always successful. In
(■;■ ■ this •hunting party" of two, shot five
< iet-r ereatures."—three bucks and two
Last Friday one, Saturday three, and
•>' lie. the sadlll of one of tile bucks
I seventy-five pounds. l)tm,
'• \t. I Ik< 3D story ol I nioii Block
Inquire at tin office of G. I>. Mon
j 1 "• Eix. — We believe it is now
lid beyond the possibility of a doubt,
1 has tually been found in the above named
! " [ nations are now being made to rim out
"■ and it it proves to be of the flowing
'• I'Uiuping v. ill be required ; but if liot,
• : 1' resorted to. We hope it may
• >s, as much money has already been
and besides it will help to strengthen
st. nmv so slightly felt, in the undevel
" uirci - (j, e country. Troy Tiin*s.
B' .MNFSN AT THE CHEMC.NO DEPOT.—
I at ■ ltizciis are aware of tbe immense
business done by tbe Towuuda
11 h< iming. The platform and fixtures
L I unloading coal occupy some seven
and further improvements are in
* nby the Company. Several di me s
i ration, and each derrick has what is
. "'•< t, that contains from forty to fifty
• 'iL .unt of coal business done by the
■l Co., at t lit mang Depot will amount
_ v sw>,°oo the present year. M. T. Frrz
(periuteudent of the Towuuda Coal
i" Cheniiiug Depot. JAMES MACFAU-
I, ' " ii- r.il Sup -riateiiileiit of the Com
. -t Towuudu. The company are for
■ fining the service of business men
!r/ AN 'L MAO Kln.ira Advertise,-.
• HURT PROCEEIMNUH. —The December Tenu
and Session of our County Court commenced on
Monday Ttli inst., Hon. F. B. STHEETER President
•Tu Ige, and Hon. V. M. Lour,, and Hon. L. P.
At the opening of Court the commission of Hon.
F emus H. .STHEETER as President Judge of the 13th
Judicial district was read.
WILLIAM ']. DAMES, District Attorney elect, took
and subscribed the proper oath of office, and en
tered upon the discharge of the duties of his office.
The first day was occupied in the usual prelimi
nary business, receiving Constable's returns, hear
ing motions, and argument oi rules.
The Grand Jury was sworn. Monday afternoon,
as follows :
O. P. HARKKESS, Foreman, Philip Angle, Harri
son Black, John Brink, D. W. Brown, Wm. Chase,
John N. B..rr, I'. D. Corel, Geo. W. Elliott, H.
Granger, Scth P. Gustin, Harrison Greeno, James
Johnson, Joshua Kilmer, George McCube, Caleb
Xnrss, Charles Pendleton, Slielden Payne, Walker
Pierce, < eo. W . Tallmadge. 11. W. Thomas, Wm.
W utkins, 15. E. Whitney.
The Grand Jury was discharged Wednesday af
ternoon, having acted upon all the business laid
before them. The following hills were acted upon :
Joseph C. Bates for adultery.
Michael Berne, for assault and battery.
Jeremiah Brown, for larceny.
Myren Owens, for adultery.
Wm. Butler, for larceny.
Anna J. Dickinson, for adultery.
W. Bessy, for horse stealing.
W. Allbridge, for horse stealing.
Cyrus 11. Wheeler, for larceny.
Joseph Armstrong, for larceny (two bills.)
Xheo. Hints, for selling liquor to minors Ac.
Win. S. Miller, for larceny.
Amelia J. Miller, for adntery.
NOT A TRUE BILL.
Audrew J. Boss, for lureeny.
NOT A TRI E HILL —PROSECUTOR FOR COST.
•Tames Foster, for assault and batten",
rhe following busbies.-, was transacted in the
Quarter Sessions .
' out. (••>. Josrjih i. Holt.-: Dei'ciidunt was re
turned at Sejiteniber session, for selling counter
feit postal currency. < living to the difficulty ot
[Worming tin- attendance of Commonwealth wit
nesses, no bill was laid before the grand jury, and
an motion ot defendants eoiinsel. he was diseharg
fd by order of Court.
' "ht. vs. Mil-Intel Ji,, i. -The defendant was In
dicted tor an assault and battery, committed on
Maj. A. G. Mason iutbis borough, on the night of
23d October last. The stubbing was not denied,
ind tile plea of insanity was set up. Several wit
nesses were examined who testified as to the
itrange conduct and appearance of the prisoner,
rhe jury returned a verdict of Not Guilty, on the
ground that the prisoner was insane. Ho wasconi
nitted to the County jail. l>y the Court, for safe
o<>„,. is. .[eiehndh Broini. The defendant was
ndicted tor stealing Sl-lO from 4". R. Jordan in
borough. Being arraigned, he plead guilty
md was scute need to pay a fine of >2O to thet.'om
nonwealtli and cost of pros'crution, and undergo
in imprisonment in the Penitentiary for the Eas
s rn District of Pennsylvania, by separate and sol
tary confinement at labor for the term of one year
nd six months.
i\s'. //. llihln. -Charged with larceny.
So prnsertitor ajipearing, Complaint discharged as
unfounded, by order of Court.
('O,O. is. William Butler. Defendant was charged
•vith the larceny of an overcoat and pair of gloves,
ih'-property of G. D. J.indley. Being arraigned,
lie plead guilty, and was sentenced to pay a fine
of S2O, and costs, and one year and three months
in the Penitentiary.
i "in. is. 11. ll's si/ami l| oi. Allbriibje.— Thi de
fendants hired a horse add luiggyof Asa B. Moore,
in Troy borough, on 20th Nov. and were pursued
and overtaken going in a contrary direction from
the place toward which they professedly stated.
The jury found them guilty, and the Court sen
tence them, each, to pay a fine of >SO and costs,
md one year and nine months in the Penitentiary.
("in. is. Joseph Armstrong. Defendant was ar
raigned on two indictments, one for stealing a puck
age of figured cotton handkerchiefs from L. L.
Moody, in Home borough, and the second for
stealing *lO in greenbacks, from Silas W. Him y
of Rome twp. He plead guilty on both charges,
and the Court defer sentence on the first bill and
sentence In.a for the larceny of the mousy, to pay
a fine of >2O and costs, and one year and six
months in the Penitentiary.
i inn. is. liirhanl Hi unfit. Indicted for assault
tnd battery upon Solomon Colo, in Asylum twp.
rhe jury found defendant not guilty, and directed
hat each party pay one-half the costs.
In the matter of petition of many citizens of I.t -
Roy twp.. asking for view for County Bridge across
I*oWanda en ek, in Lclloy twp., Court appoint
lohn Sayles, Wm. Buuyan, Calvin Churchill, John
Fandyke. Charles Wright and R. M. Mauley, as
James J. N\ well, Coiuity Surveyor elect subscri
bed and too the usual oath of office,
Upon presenting petition and filing bond, Court
lircct a transfer of K. W. Neal's tavern license, in
l'erry twp., to Shubel Bowman.
In tin matter oi Bridge- view upon contract with
Walker A Hill, in Athens twp. Court appoint F.
Alle-n, U. C. Sinsabipigh and A. 1". Campbell as
viewers. Repoit of vi< ucs fileel an<l approved I>\
Upon pres. nting petition and filing boml, Court
lire ot a ti.Ulster of E. King's tavern license in
Springgeld township to Darius B. Leonard.
The report of the Commissioners to run out the
Northern boundary line of Franklin township, was
filed and approved oi si by the Court.
In the ( eiiniiioii I'leas, George D. Montanyo was
appointed Auditor to examiiu the books and ac
counts of the public officers.
In the matter of the application of the Young
Men's Christian Association of Towanda borough,
mi filing proof of publication, and on motion of E.
Overton jr.. Court decree Incorporation.
Dec. on motion of W. A. Peck, FRANKLIN
ERASER was admitted and sworn as an attorney to
practice in the several Courts of this County.
Divorces were decreed in the following cases :
Luthei B. Cue vs. J.ydifi Ann Coe.
Sylvauus French vs. Lvdia French.
Hatth (). Stevens vs. Brace Stevens.
Lueretia L. Laman \s. Jacob Lamau.
Dec. 11, on filing certificates, and on motion of
Mr. Baird, EDWARD IIERRICK jr., was admitted and
sworn to practice as an attorney in the several
Courts of this County.
DAILY TALUKS —The present Congress
will In one of the most exciting and deeply inter
esting ev. r convened at the National Capitol. The
Government is to he reconstructed and great prin
ciple established. Every reading man should
liavi during tlie session a Daily paper. Thev can
be obtain, d at the News Room.
A new Telegraph Line is to be built
from Towanda to l'ittston next Spring. Sonielialf
do/.en or more operators will be wunted. A good
chance to those who wish to learn. For terms en
ipiii. t the Telegraph office. Towanda.
Ti TTI.K & MATHER, Proprietors of the
Exchange Hotel, I later, Pa., respectfully announce
to the dancing public, that they will give a Christ
mas Party at their house, on Monday eve., Dec.
2..!h, lsi',s. ..lmn a good time is confidently expec
ted. Music,K.Tier's Cotillion Band. Bill, $2,50.
XKU KNTERITUSE.— A Regular Daily Ex
press Line has just been established between To
wanda ami 1 roy- another is in operation between
lowaiiduand Waveily. Special attention paid to
cx ressing goods to all parts of the country. Office
it the News Room.
ELECTION. —The annual Election for Di
rectors of the First National Bank of Athens will
be held at the Bank, on Tuesday, the 9th day of
Jan. 18t>t>, between the hours of i and "J p. m.
E. A. SPALDING, ('">///.
MA B 111 E1) .
< 1 MMINGK—SCOTT. -])ec. sth, by 11. L. Sti
well, Mr. Harvey Cnmmings and Miss Fanny
Scott, both of Liberty Corners, Bradford county
LEV ERIFG—BIIADLEb—I)er. tith, by the same.
M. M. Levering of Frankliudnle, to Miss Sarah
M. Bradley, of Asylum, Bradford county, Fa.
coxc.nox SCOTT. Nov. Dith, l.y lt. \. S. (i.
Stevens, Daniel O. Congdon to Miss Frances E.
Scott, both of Warren.
PBENTIt E ANDERSON. In Franklin town
ship, on the 7th inst., Mr. S. Prentice to Mrs.
GOFF -WILLCOX. At the Holcomh House Le
lloy, Dee. 7th, by A. ltoyse, KSIJ. , Mr. Clarence
G.Goff and MissEniniat). Willeox, both of Can
I) 1 E f > .
FAKKIII RSI'. < H 1 yphoid Fever, in l.eltoy,
Nov. 2Cth, Mrs. Mary A. Farkbitrst, wife of 11.
W. Parkhurst, Es.j . aged .'l2 years.
MATTEBSON. In Orw B, Nov. 15th. Maria, wifi
of Mr. Thomas Mctterson, aged o* years.
>h, Israel weep i and all yc saints
Weep, weep, and mourn for her whom (hatli
Hath this day elairu >!. I'is in. t r<> --in • . for
Her seat within God's house is vacant,
And her voice forever hushed on earth.
V.ea weep : but while thy tears do flow
Look up and bless h<r God. and thine.
That he bath given to e irth. e'en for a little
A life so pure so blest as hers : that now
All free from toil, and pain, and care,
She sits with saints, at God's right hand
, And doth ' chold his glory. c
CM HI! A TAYLOR, I> EE TI N TS ,
Respectful !y announce to the public tli.it they have
>pened a Dental otii e in .Inlin F. Means' Biock, iri the
(aims lormuiy ociupiul by Dr. O. I!. Woodruff. (d.-c'U)
where they are prepared t > do all kinds o! work la the
rery best style. Tertu- reasonable and all woik war
anted to give perfect kali-Motion. A share of the pub
lic patronage i-s n pectfullv solicited
E. F. SMITH. WH.K. TATI.OK.
Nov. 27, 1565. tt
Id WE N T Y-FIV K YEARS EXPERIEN<' K
A i.\ DEN i'ISTRY.—J. S. SMITH, M. 11., would iv
spcctlully iidoim the inhabitants , : Bradh id C. nnty
that he i.- i ermanantty I. a ted in Waverly, N.V .. wl ere
ic has been in the piaelice oi his pn u-ssiou lur the past
'enr years. Be would say that from hit 7ng aud sue
tessful practice oi 25 years donation, be is familial with
ill the different stylos of work done in any and all Pen
al establishments iu city or country, and is Letter pie-
MiL-d than any other Dental oprra~.ur iu the vicinity to
do work the l.e-t, adapted to ihe many and different
eases that present tin in.-elves < Ueritimes to the Dentist,
is he understands the art ol making his owu artificial
teeth, and has facilities tor doing the same. To tho.-
requiring under sets ol teeth he would eali attention to
bis new kind of work which consists ot porcelain for
both plate and teeth, and tunning a • ontLiu ms gum. It
is move durable, iu .ic natural in appearance, ai.d i.unh
better adapted to the gi.m than any other kind of work.
Those in need of the same are invited to call and e.xam
ine spei iim-ns. Teelh tilled to last lor \,..rs arid ofti a
mes for lite. ('ldoroto HI. ether, and •.V trow i .tide"
ldministeied with perfect safety, as over lour hundred
latients within the last four years can testily.
Nov. 27, lsiio. ion
QLOTJIING ! CLOTHING !
READY MADE AND MADE TO ORDER.
.1. M. COLLINS,
Ist door South of (.'• aiding A Itussell's, has just rcecivid
Irom New York a large and atractive assortment ol
NEW WINTER CLOTHING.
Oui stock comprises every article worn hymen and
PILOT AND BEAVER OVERCOATS, BEST QUAL
ITY BUSINESS SUITS OK ALL STYLES.
COATS. PANTS VESTS. SHIRTS.
COLLARS.N'K TIES. WRAP
i ERS. DRAWERS Ac.
G E XT S F F R N I S II IN G GOO MS
Of every description.
Especial attention is called to our stock ot
CLOTHS, I'ASSI MK R ES AND V ES T I X<l S,
Which we will make up to order on short notice.
A nice line of Fancy Cassimers for Pants and Coat-.
Litest ~-tvlc Hats and Caps. Rents Fur Collars.
Cutting done to eider on short notice.
Rear in mind it you wish to bay Clothing CHEAP,
and as good as represented, call at
Terms Cash. COLLINS'
Towanda, Dec. 7. Ist;,",.
"rPIIE TRII'.MI'II OF FREEDOM OYER
A COMPANION Poll Tint I'M I ALLATION if I MIF.n NDENI K.
This Xation.il Engraving designed and copy-righted
by J. HOI-COMB, and published by F. Cr058.N0.137,
Room 7, Broadway, New-York, is now being ottered to
lbs people ol Biroltord County through traveling agen -
It is a copy in < £fi< ial form of the Aincndincnt of the
L'on.-titution ol th United Stttes abolishing Slavery ;
to wl ich is appended the Autographs of President '.in
,-oln, Vice President Hamlin,Schuyler Colfax, Speaker
uf Ihe House of Representative.-: .). W. Forney, Secre
tary ot fee Senate; Edward MThcrsi.u, Clerk ot the i
House of Representatives, and ot all the members ■(
hoth tlie Senate and House ol R< pre.- i.tjtivt ■. who vot-
L~d for this importa: t measure, giving it;? lac-simile sig- ,
natures, and a reliable aud true record ol one ol the
most important events in the Nation's hi try -itnc the
immortal Declaration of Independence. The ivholc is
engraved on i oppcr plate, and published on strong, line
Card-board Fx2.t inches, and is accompanied l.y .- ex
[ilanatory Key. giving also the negative vote upon the
intendment. The Engraving is appropriately embel
lished, and Id nix an oinutm ntal,and valuable iu(men o.
If should he pi.iturcd and preserved by eve ry ■ Irieiid ot
Freedom Pi ice J1 aO.
I>. W. Hughes, ol 'l.r.vanda.is au auth li/.ed traveling
Agent, tor the sale of this work, for the following towns
viz: Ulster Shesbe.jiiin, Wysox. .'.sylnm, Athens twp..
and Boro", Lit, hlicld. Windham, Warren. Rome, Orwell.
Pike, Terry, Monroe. Burlinglons, Srniihlield. and tier
ink Harviy Rolcomb, ol Lt-Roy, is agent tor Leßoy,
Erankliu. Cant' n. Troy twp. ami Ron inlumbia,(Dan
ville, Springfield and Colombia. T. Wills. (or South
l reek and Itidgl ury.
Nov. 27. IKIio. tt
OARGE SALE OR KFKNHTRE AND
HOUSEHOLD ROODS AT AUCTION.
Will be sold at Publie Auction, commencirg on
TUESDAY, DECEMISER IDtli. lxifi,
it ID o clock, A. M . and continue ' rum day to day .until
;he entire stock ol HOUSEHOLD EURNiTUItE", con
lined in the WARD HOU.-'li, at J<>wanda. Pa . is
Among the numerous articles to be sold may he
iound i:. pait as follows, viz:
Sofas, Lounges, Settee-. Divan-. Tet a tctei, Wash
stands, Bureau-, Bookcase, Dre-s ; ngease, Tables, Cot
age and French Bedstead-. Mahogany, Cane sea; and
Windsor Chairs, Looking Obese-. Pictures. Limps,
Cases and Carpeting,
DIN I N (j-R OOM FURNI TU R E
Consisting ol Tables, Crockery, Knives. Forks, Silver
tin! Plated Ware, and Glass Ware.
REI) S A N D II ED D 1 \ G
Consisting ol Feather Reds, Hair. Cotton and Straw
Mattiu-se.-, Spreads, .sheets. Pillow eases. Pillows, and
P. A R - RHO M FIRM T I R E .
Tables, Dei aiiters, Tumblers. Water-coolers, Ale-
Pump, besides all kinds of
K IT('II E N FF R N ITF RE ,
Parlor, Coking and Office Stoves,both Coal aud Wood,
nne large Hotel Cooking Stove, Refrigerators, one large
Iron Sate,two Provision Safes, Well-pump, Uorae.Wag
on, and Harness, Two Platform Sea Jes. Ir, fad all ar
ticles used in and about a Hotel.
The attention of Landlords is railed to the very fine
stock of Liquors aud Cigar,which will he sold at pi irate
-ale. Terms made known on day ol sale.
(leoHun O . CitAFVKi:, Auc'ioncer.
I'ttWELL A sMI. H. Proprietors.
Towanda, Nov. (I, 1-0.).
JLf ISS E S I'PHA MS,
DRESS MAKERS, TOWANDA, PA.
Over Eddy's* lothing Store, 3d Story, offer their ser
vices to the Ladies, confident that a long experience .and
the most desirable lacilit'.ea, with promptness and eoiir
tesy will ensure satisfaction.
The latest fashions received regularly from Madame
Demurest's shop, New York. Particular attention paid
Rasguining. Stitching done to order Oct. '>4. V,.
YET ANOTHER STOCK OP NEW
\v 1 0 K II A M & B L A C K 'S.
\\ IHTK GOODS,
jI.M BROTHER I KS,
The al*>ve lines wo nlloi in < ie.it vstrutv :hml lat*
iIATS unci DAI'S,
M )'i S and SID ES,
BEST MA k ES.
CHOCK EH V,
OEASSW A HE,
This part l 1 our stock we pay particular attention to,
ml now offer two ol the last patterns ol Ironstone
Vare in the market. Erie ami Sevres, also bellow
toekingham and Wedgewood. Beautiful as-ortment o:
•!.< Damps. c,i)l arte see our st.i h i
Ihanklui lor past favors [we respectfully invite your
raiie and promise l<> do our best.
MICKIIA,V A Bi.ACK.
SE\V I N(J MAcII I N E R E I'OT.
Having received the Agency ol the liru bt*t St wine
Jachines in use,we are now ready to supply all the peo
tie of Bradford and Sullivan, with either Wheeler A
Vilson's or Singe'rs, than which none better is made.—
Ve keep needles, oil, soap, thread and all the extras
leedcd to work the machine. All are invited to call at
in -tore ai d examine Machines ami work.
Call or send and get a circular and puce ii.-t.gt
Vickham X Black's Store.
Nov. li. 18C.S
AJ" E W G O O D S !
A' I K E I A M A . liOCkW K E E
sjteceiving u most choice, and selected as-u tuieut o
GOODS FOH THE SEASON,
I A DIES' DHESS GOODS
ind all varities to be had by the asking.
C EOT IIS,
Ind a great vaiitty too numerous to mention.
To be had everything in the
Y A N K E E NOTION 1,1 N E ,
Even to a Violin.
The place to (ind what you want in the liue.ii
il you are in want of CROCKERY, in -ets. or i= you
my ordi r, and any amount,
CI, ASS WARE,
WOOD E N W V R E .
o be had from Babies'.Cabs to :: Butter Li.Hr.
A complete assortment of
GROCE R 1 E S.
Also the best BEE 111 YE.
ST HI PS stnil Sl'C \ US'
i! all kinds.
\ -nperior qualit T HI
and YOl NG HYSON TE\S.
ttnd TOBACCO of stll descriptions
Every tiling in the shape ol
TOYS FOR CHILDREN.
Save youi meal by calling and .applying yom> eli <
ASHTON AND Tl RK'S ISLAND v\ Li.
Oct. 10, 18C5. W. A. UOCKW E! (~
pOFFEE AND SPICES, WHOLE A ND
Nv ground, and a prime qnaiitr of Urnnnd Java ( ■!-
ee at FOX' f
JJouull Sc (£o.'s iX'cui (£ooits.
nHHE GREATEST ATTRACTIONS IN
; COODs ICVK'ti OFFERED IN THIS MARKET.
POWELL & CO.,
Have now in tore the I:w ee-t stork of goods ever exhib
ited in Northern Pennsylvania. Ad it ions will con
stantly In- made to tlii stork during the season, and
it will at all time.- he ' t ml l-'ULI. AND COMPLETE
in all its dcpai llilelits:.
We invite the pavticulai attention < I otir customers to
our magnificent display of
FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS!
Which we offer at prices much helow those ol List year.
We have given special care to our selections in this line
and are now able to exhibit the newest most fashionable,
and most desirable styles lo he obtained. Dor new
stock comprises all cob ra of Plain and Plaid Preuch
Merinos, Empress Cloths. Striped Melanges. Striped
and Plaid Poplins, Tat)' i.amas, Tinsel Poplins, Par
Crepes, Iteps, Plain and brocade Alpacas, Pail de Chev
res, Delaines and Arm use s. bright Plaids for t hildren's
wear, and a great variety ol other Dress Kal>rirs.
MOCKNING DRKSS GOODS.
Black Prene.li Met in bomb.>/dues, i .i.a -, cloths.
Raratlnas, Mohair Lustre.-. black and While Check and
Striped Poplins and Alpacas, Double and Sing!.' bold All
Wool Delaines, and a lull line ol thor: High l.ustred
Black Alpacas, at ag'cat reduction in price.
LADIES' I-LOTUS, CLOAKING* AND
A SPLENDID A fjSU 1! T MK N T
Beaver th tlis, i lie. is. Velvet Cfotlis, la- iinetc nk
ing Plain and Twilled Black Bi< adclothji. of all prices
all c< lort> ol Plain and Pant v S iekinga. Open Flannels
.Vc . Ac.
GLOVES AND HOSIERY.
latdios,.Misses and Children- While and Colored Cot
ton, Fleeced and Merino Hose, Ladies Merino Vs;s
and Drawer*, Gloves of every desi ription at low prit 11.
LINENS A IIOCSE ITRNISMING GOODS
bleached. Hall Bleached, ..i d I'nbb ■. iud Dun'A Ta
ble Linens, Napkins, I'owils. To.vellings, Scotch and
bu-sia Diapers, Bleached and I'nble; lieu liuckabui ks
vh.i.-hcs, lii.-b Linens, Ac., 10-4 and a-4 sheet in as.
Pillow Case Cotton J, Coiiiitcrpac , Draping Muslim .
Shaker Piannel Sheetings, it ise Blankets, Ac.. Ac.
CLOTHS AND CASS I.MERES.
Esquimaux. Moscow and Castor bc.ni r Ci 'tie. French
and German Black Broadcloths, Doeskin-. Fancy Cas
sinieia-. Twee s.j.Meltor*. Satinetts I'nion Cas- nicies,
J. us. Ac.. Ac.
All qualities Plain White. Shaker and Welch Flannels,
Fancy shirting. Miners.bed and Gray .Plain ami Twilled
Flannel®, and a full assortment of
DOMESTIC COTTON GOODS.
\t the Lowest Market rates.
We are now opening and de-ire to call s| ial atten
tion to cur unusually large stock of
As we make this department of our husinc s a special
ity, we have given it much time and attention. Our se
lections have) been made from tlie newest styles in the
market, and our Cloaks are manufactured in a m.iii ici
that cannot fail to pienee. cud giro entire satisfaction,
SHAWLS! SHAWLS !
Having in ;.ie our puvcLasrs Fefot.- the nccnt gieat
advance in price, wejarc aide to oiler decided tar. ns
in Ladies. Mis.-es and Childtens DouhV and Single
Shawls. Our present stock lar surp. --c- in extent ■. ,j
variety, any purchases c li ne ever before made in tic
line, and v.e have availed ourselves ci the most favor
able time to select the choicest and m -t tle-irable goods
in the market.
HON TON FLEX I RLE -RRlN'fi SKIRT.
TIIK NEW EST V Nl> WEST PATENT i.'KIMd.INK VET
IN VENT F.I i.
We have now on band a good a--.ftiuont ol tbe>< ■•'.-
ebrated Skirts, in White and OoUoc.b
The Eugenie, Empress, Paris Trail. Mnltilnrrn, anl a
variety of othci popular makes <•' skirts :- i all sir.es
for f.mlics Misses and Phihlren.
( ARRETS A\l> FLOOR OIL < LOTUS
Brussels, Tlnee Ply, Katra Super, snpeitine. Ingrain,
Kidder,and Hemp t'nvpr ■ All widths Floor Oil Cloths
Mattings, lioor Mats., mid 1S . \ new -tookju-t re
MOOTS AMI SHOES.
llaviiijfjmade arrangements with manni i :revs to
supply nili silea w:th the test ijtialit\ ol Boots :ind
Sbmr, we shall at all times be able to Tarnish oar earto
merswiiii the I. -t custom made Shoes e. all kinds,
tor Ladies, Misses and Children, and P. lor dens and
Boys wear, at reasonable prices. We shall also keep con
stantly on hand a complete assortment oi Men.-.Womens
ind Children's Bobber- and An tie Over hoes
HATS AND CARS.
A splendid assortment ot Mens and Boys Hats and
Caps just received. Having i h>sed out our oil stock
almost entirely previous to our late purchases, we now
offer an entire new stork ot the latest -tyles.
R/ RF.R HANGINGS & TRANSPARENT
We atnow receivo I trgc additions to our stock ol
Wall Paper.. Transparent Window Shades and Trim
inings WiA-doW Capers. Ac. ,V. .
A DMINISTKATORS NOTlCE.—Notice is
i hereby given, that .ill persons iudcbted to the ev
tute of HIRAM U. GIFFOKD. late of Wells twp., dee d
I are requested to make immediate payment. and those
having claim* against said estate ivi-l present them duly
, authenticated for settlement.
8. H INGEHSOLE,
Dec. 14. 1806. Administrator.
Al >MI N ISTRA TKI VS NOTD K NCA M
is hereby given that all persons indebted to the es
tate ol lIIUAM KNAI'F, late 01 Orwell twp., dee d.
are requested to make payintnt, without delay,
and thosehavingelaims against said estate must present
them duiv authenticated tin settlement.
WM . 1.. FIMHBIE,
Dee. i-i, i- ;•. AteHtMnttt.
A DMINISTRA 1 OIL'S NOTICE -Notice
ft is hereby given, that all persons iinlebted to the
estate of I)A\ID VOL'GIIT, late ot Standing Stone twp.
deceased, are requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims against said estate will present
them duly authenticated for settlement.
GEO. A. SXEI'AENS,
Nov. it, lso.i. Administrators.
8 NO I ICE. N O T I C E
■Lj is hereby given that all peisous indebted to the e.->
eiate ot Saiift:. MASON, late of Columbia twp.,dec'd,ar
requested to make immediate payment,and those having
demands against -aid estate will present them duly au
thenticated lor - Clement.
WM. 11. GERNERT,
Dee. 14, lsij.'i. ExtcuUu.s.
\I )M INI STE AT 111 X'S NOTICE.—Net ice
J\ is hereby given, that all pei ous indebted to tlie
t-Lite oi SIMON l J .(.'nJisi.tr .dee'U.lute ol Granville tp.are
i. oiie-tel to make immediate payment, and those hav
ing demands against said estate will pre-eut them duly ]
authvtiti L i ioi settlement.
JAMES MERUIT T,
Deo. 14, 1863. Administrators. :
* I) M J NISTIIA TOR'S NOTICE-Notioc
il la hereby given, that all persons indebted to the es
tate ofiLLLWI.LLYX DODGE,late of Broome Co . N.Y.,
d.-c'o., are loque.-tcil to make immediate payment. ago
those ha ving claims again-! said rte must present t hem
duly authenticated Cor settlement.
WM. ii. DODGE.
Nov. lb. ■ Adminislratt r.
\ DM 1N I.STKATOITS X(l PlCE.—Notice
Ay. is hereby given, that all peis-ms indebted to the
est.te of -J VMlv-i (' GRACE,Iate oi Springfield, twp.,
u c'd, are requested to make immediate payment, and
tho - having demands against said estate will please pre
sent duly authenticated R>r seiUeneent.
i HARUOTTE GRACE,
Nov. lb, 1 ►<>.'. Admiiiisti'ato:#.
1. D.MINJSTE'OES NOTlCE—Notice, i
aIA. lit-iehy given thai ail persons hide, ted to the
est Ac oi 1.1. ANTIsDH.L late of Wanen twp., Cc ! d
ure requested t j make immediate pa nicnt. and ail
having claims against .-aid estate are reqne ted to pre
ent tiivm duly authenticated for sv'tlaineut.
! \V, ItK.VE ANUS! ILL,
Nov. Id, lsoo. Administrator.
A DMINST'R'S NOTlCE—Notice ieltere-
J. t- by given. that •■!! per.-ous indebted to the esta' ol
OSCAR H.WOODRUFF,Iate ol Towanda boro' dee'd ire
req u -t> d t-> tuake immediate payment, and th se having
tiema agrin-1. -r.d estate will please j re.-eti'. duly
an'-, ei G<- ,'cT lor settlement.
JAMES THO Ml' ON,
Nov. 10, 1-33. Adiuiuisl rater.
\DM IN NOTICE.— Notice is h'-re
*• by given that a'.i persons i rd- >tvd to the estate oi
WaßuK ■ ii. 1 lils-.lJlt, lateoi Orwell twp.. Brad lord
County, dc>'<!. at reque.-t •! to i. ike payment with nit
May and all having claims against said estate are re
quested to pre.-eat then: • nly aid lenli. a..- i ; n - cle
ment. James i*. cobuils.
Nov 10, Is.:-,. Administrator.
I-, \Y j ALE O 0 O D S !
llh- j :-t i' ived r splendid -toek of Kail ''oo.b con
sisting oi all the late styles ol DIIKsS GOODS, sued as
Emperes cloth lVpiia-. a Lt'gc assortment ot all the
new shades o! Fret; li Marinaes. i'ltiii Alaaa t- and
Wool Delains l-,o -.. me patterns • newKrein hgoe. it,
Bla' k Silks plain ami rept,a > .mpiete stock ol Mourn
ing goods and Dc lains.
Calicoes, Gingham- Balmoral*. Hoop Skirts, and a
c a plete -to, 1. of dress trimmings ro match all colon.
Broad t 1 ths. Ladies Cloths, and Ladies Vcclen
Shawls. V iMi -es Shaw!-, Ble, bed Mc-'iu* and
He wi-hes t" say li " Miliinery i- c..mpiete with ;all
thijnew -t tyc ol ! ' n-. Bonnets .ml li. v.ers,
al- i old Ladies ( ap-. inia'b - Hod- and Scotch Caps.
Tmbans and Hals ia all i.iud- and in feet everything
la-1 ■ a tic - to tic ililliueiy his- ue -
tic i vite> the attention ' the people of Towanda
j.. I vlei- •• t-i cMinine hi< : -k ol tloa.l- . on d r
north ot the Post oilice. Sept Is. is-;:
I * i M I' H KK V A I'll,
Would rcsptetluUi invite tuc attention •! the ~tibli. to
their very extensii stu- 1, of
MKN t l> <> YS ' an 1 t O U|V H -
WOMKXS MISS KS : A > !I ! I 1' H I X S
S II II ,
HI FFW.O KoMKS.
IIOI'SK m, \N k J;T>.
TKr N K ,
ITiWKI.IM; MA OS,
KK'I KTLKS. A. . A .
Towamla, IK I. lt>. Ot/>.
r|i II E N VTIO NA L INK CO.'S
SCHOOL ANIM t (STINT. ROOM INKS.
Bnsinc-s ofliee I*l Wa-hingim Street. New York.
C. I..VAN ALLEN, Actuary
"1 lii* I ik tins been in general and constant ue lor the
lite' Jdie u.and is warranted in lit nil that ire n .-art ol it,
1. It is indelible,
"2. i' will not i ntrude the |>en.
I. It iio.vs will perfect facility .a line never is broken.
llt r idnnt collect on the ncu'noi inoiitbjof (lie stai d:
ill this is warranted. Tins Writing Fluid is blsek with
a rii li and glossy tint of blue.
This ink istorsule, wholesale and retail, y SOI.O
■ON STEVENS, Herrickellle, Bradford County, Pa.
Orders lii'.ed on short notice
Oct. "J:'., !*.%.
fAVEKN STAND it FA KM FOIL SALE
A The subscriber offers for sale th* well-known T iv
em Stand, in Monroe boro',now occupied by W. Decker,
and also the adjoining Farm.
The premises comprise a large Tavern ifou-.0. Barn
Horse and Grain Barn, with other out-buildings and ap
pin tenancies. The location is a very desirable one.
j The taiin contains about torty acres, all improved, ol
; first rate land. The Tavern and Farm ill be sold to
get her, or separately, a- purchasers may d-v.re. P"s
sc .-ion ol the Farm given iinmediateiy.
For turther particulars apply to J. P. Kirby,Towanda
or to . J. W. HAW MAN.
Manna;, Dec. 12, 1863.—tf
POR SALE ON REASONABLE TERMS.
"■ That valuable property studded with white oak
hemlock and other valuable timber on Brown's creek,
the laud when cleared is good lor farming purpo-e
--t imUiiiing 2iO acres, (,o of whii h is partly cleared. 1, •
improvements are : 1 good steam saw mill, also oi."
with little rcpairsto the dam can run by wDev, one good
b rn. and several dwellings around the mill. The prop
erty is only a few miles west ol Ui-ter, a good ship
ping point on the North Branch Canal, and Susquehan
e itiver, to a capitalst this would nea valuable nv<* i
incut. Pur Inrther particulars address
PETER BRADY, Agent.
iscpt. IS, 18U3 Sparta, Sussex Co., N.J.
I/"ALU A RLE FARM FDR SALE.—Tin
f farm known as the "Char cs White Firm"' situate
in Franklin township m lor sale. It contains one hun
drcd and thir y -two acres,over one hundred ol wlii h jc
improved. It is one of the best watered fiuau in the
county, and is with'n seven mill sot lowanda. t>u th
j same arc two good frame dwelling houses, one very
large (having been recently improved), the o;lici
well calculated lor a tenant house ; two trained barn-*,
one 36 by 16 feet.together with cow House, corn ana
; smoke house, Ac. ril ire is • good .sized apple orclia
bearing excellent iruit, a latgc-tiumhtr ot peach liv
. which have yielded 31'., bushels oaring the pre- .
i season, also lruit bearing grape vines. Ihe ,larm is
well adapted to grain and era-...
For further particulars inquire ol Adams & t'eet.
e. LLLINGTON BRA Mil ALL.
TosV. iida . <:t. 14, 1663.
L'AILM FOR SALE. -TUE SUR.SCRIBER
X' oilers id sale a lann tluatc on Sugar Creek, hir
miles iron) Tnwaniia boro". It contains about i2s acres,
■ IP) ol which are in a good state ol culiivatini. It i
well watered and is a tiist class dairy farm, although,
p j lions ol it are well adapted to grain, i here is upon
ft, a good dwelling ho .se, 1: ge barn (the best in tin
!<>wii.-bip) horse barn, corn nouse, other out buildings
i me fourth ol the purchase money will he required, at
i line ot sale, and any km unable ciedit will he Rive i
the residue. ULYSsES MhHct'R.
Towanda, Oct. 4. W;;.
L~FVKM FUR >ALE.—The uuder.sigin d
X. oiTersfor uilc a valuable farm in iMiiith.ield twi-
Good buildings, fences, fruit Ac.
JOHN N. CALIFF,
To,vaioir, Jul) ii), lso.i. OZ\ e over I'. O
Desirable farm for sale j—Thin
Faun hes in Wyalusmg twp.. uue mile Irom Cam,
town, coiiiainiug aicut 13d acres ; )■> acres improved,
with - .pen '. buildings, fen-.e.s vnd ImproveiuentH <.
II eiud's. It has a tine liui or 'h ird, cou-istiug .1 .
j.'A's. peat lies pears, plumbs, cherries, Ac., berrie
. g.apes. gooselierrtes, carasats, Ac., in large quantities.
TERMS fl'l Itr a-r . v Id'tO down, the oda:-. - o •
For fnrth) r inr r-aatioii apply radie-s
Gt'iee over l',,- 1 .-tfice, Towanda, F.
Hejit, ■), 1663.—2 m
Jruit (trees, &T.
XI II OI(' E FRD I T TRE E S '
.lit I !'>< IBER lIAS Now 4N Ills
i<tWANDAXI" R S E it i E ? .
ready i n immediate liarJ pl.intiug.
FIFTEEN THOrs.iXD CHOICE \PPi.E THEK
coniprising the ; rllowitig i-'itdiug and choice varieties
AT a >J Touykin Coin.' . HT giae, . Bald -in. L,
mont, Tal man Stßttling, Rozbury Russet, Rhode /<
luAil Gnetting- . I)- ~ and all the desirable kinds b.
Summer a:id Fall u-e.
Also, a line as-<n mc it >f so!,-, ! Cii -rries.l'lums and
Pears, and a tine a-sorHnent ol Bearing 'Trape Vinos.
The proprietor li tv; ig re uove r m Wilkes-Barre, a:.u
established his iiurs. ry busine-s th i .make it nece.-.-ar>
for liini t-.> close oat ,t an early day his Towanda Nnr
lie now offeis this choice st , k ol superior fruit tie -
at greatly i-.-Ju ed pr. ■ -celling at t ■ ".< p n
c. ?it. t he qier than . ilier nursery-meu > t e-tahl. h.-d !•
N. IL—We vv;: hlto be parti- uiarly understood that
* these Fruit Trees, are ot very s-ipc.' >.• quality; tl.ey
■ arc ol unusually tin- size, ol healfiiy growth, and e;.
tirviy tree irom all di-c.i-e.
tßkrWe prefer that those wishing ;■> purchase,should
visit the nurseries and to se! ct- their own trees, whet ,
they wilt find reliable men to wait upon them at It
P: ire of So. 1 . Apple Trees, in /o.'- of 3b Irtu mid
upwards, S2O per hundred. (Second Class, $lO to sl3
jjir hundred, o'/ only tu tho-n irht cjiuc afhi Hum.)
.Yj. 1 Trees, ir lots less than 30,23 cents each.
I'riei of Ciiiiy, Pear aid Plum Trees, ami ttra-.r
, I Tors in proportion.
' DANIEL HARKINB. I'ropiictor.
Ail orders should i-.- iddrea-ed t<- th-? Geueral Age;.)
■ a:,.l will be promptly attended t.. li i- offit e will be in
Marsha Broth • Hardware St le.
11. M. WEI.LET. General Agent.
Towanda, Feet. 2... I*o3.
f DDI) F i-i IIT ! LI SCIOI < (IR VI'FS *
i'he sui'criber and his a-.-istants, while selling and
taking orders lor the choice Apple. Cherry and Dwari
P, ar tn • - iu the Towinda Nurseries, can, at the same
i tin: , take ord-is ; >r Fruit and ornamental tree-. \ .
t'u.F st Be procured from els. .• here to fill s.iiu :ie t
-ITFRIOR GRAPE VINES
Much attention is being pari throughout our laud i<.
the propagati ot and cnltiv.'.! iim rt fine and hardy n-i
tive grapes. Wonderful Improvements in this direction
have ■ i made. flic- fine F,..i iai. ;■) u-es ot Kui
hwe fitlh uin r-pen air vulture in th - .imate : ,u dit
is a •••■' ll known fit that, until within a few years, wr
h've had p-i native American Grapes equal to the i -!
Foreign. -liwiis'he ,act no longer. The Delawa.i
and I'-ua, particularly. have no superior. The povi
tit tn who has room enough to set a vine, can now have
and enjoy as good grapes as his wealthy neighbor, who
has a i'.ot-aouse grapery.
Manv | ersm s is- Bradfot J li ve la • n sadly di-ap;- ,ii-;
,ed in vines —though iiurclu-ed as improve.! and li
varietie . they proved to be common sorts. Experit nee
has dctnonstratrd that ch ;• or low priced vines ai
a -tn ily the deans'. Tiie st.l .-eribcr l:as di'crniined t .
profit by the experience of others, and will therefore
buy Li- grape vines ;T v,i tic best and most wider,
known grape eultnriat in th.. - l-oion.
DR. C. W. GRANT, OF ION A.
The crUbruted oiigiuati of llu phndiii lonu un. i
1 1 la Uiapex.
We i .n buy cheaper vines, represented to be the
loiia and l-raelia. ~;:d other le idiug varities, from >t'.cr
I nurserymen, but they, if true to aapie.wUl most likely
be iuierir vine-:—let dm not risl. III! eanxequcrtrr •.
I'HE BEST VINES AND CHOICEST GKAI'Es
though high priced, are the cheapest '
ll has been tonud th;.'. the vines, oi s one varitie- ot
like age and size, ir uu some nuv-.iii-. ne uctualiy
worth twiac as niu. li f r early , id ; r-.'Jn tive bearii.g
as those from others.
We will turi.ish the Delaware, l.,na, Isr.ella and a. I
the leading Grapes at Dr. Giant's prices.
The lokjv is the Ghekly (100 Pt exii m <; in. Every
lioit.-t holder sin aid li -cr on oj there loii.) V :: • -
STANDARD IMLAU AND I'EACII i ILKi-.s.
All other fruit and omam.v.tal trees to liii (o.krs a .
be ohluiutd from a Rochester Nursiry ot bigT np.
timi. and inrnished at tha ni -t lav inl- rates
The suW:liter will have si-ver.il A- i-tint Vj ...-
who Will canvass for orders. We hope the citixena
our County w ill lav ir u.- with : li' r.il pa r mag . 4
ct ni -pondenee promptly attended to.
Towanda, Oct. y, lF'Ui. II M. \\ EI.LKS.
Cost, .fount), (L'stian i
I/ISTR \ Y.—FAME 1\ TIIE KNfl.OSl' RE
IJ ot the subscriber .-n or about 'ho 7th of Decerab.i
a Brown Cow, tj 11 7jc its old, gives milk The owner
i* requested to come forward,prove property,pay charges
aad take her away, r she will he di> >sed of according
to law, SIMON Til ItSfON.
North Towanda, Dee. 13, lsih",.- 3i
I OST.—ON THE 6TH INST., <>\ THE
IJi i ill between Towanda and 1 v :.kl:n. a VE--T
in a cotton handkerchief. The tin dec tv ill cunlcr a it
favor and re. cive a liberal reward by leaving the - inn*
at the ISKPORTKR office, or at the KrTnklimlale |>nstofli'e
OTKAYED—Front tin' < nolosuvo of tin'
subscriber, iti Overton !wj>.. on the 7th of De> i m
l>ci 1 V) "i a Brown l ow. middling -ize, about In y it
old.' One horn ... oke off at t e tip. Any person giving
informi'i a - her whereabouts w: 1 ! oners y reu id
C(t JOEL BAKM>
Ctmp Farm,Overton, Dec 13,1865. -3t
/lAUTION. —Whereas, my wife, MARY,
\ y has leit my bed and b id without just cause u
provocation, tu persona are here y cautioned Mains
harboring or trusting heron my a '"tut. as 1 shall ..<>-
• . debts o! her contracting after this date.
OKI \XUO BENJAMIN.
Wyeox. Dec. $, IMi. ___
V" E W FALL GOODS!
Tiie Ladies w M find at M IBS GRIFFIN'S a toe at
Jection of Eall and
\V INT klt 11 11.1, I N Kill goods,
Bonnets of alt prices and qnoUiic*, Hi'> ,;; ts und t* lower *
Of unusual richness and vai iety. and in lot t a huge as.
sortment of everything pertaining t" 'lie business.
Nov. 1, ISti).