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Notes fcr October.
"October! e'en thy very name,
Is syllabled into the ear
In litjui'l sweetness ; and the same
Sweet promise ripens in our cheer.
We see thee in thy deap-liued dress ;
Wo hear thee in thy plaintive breeze ;
We taste thee in the mellowness
That drops from thy rich, burdened trees."
As August is appropriately styled the
golden month of summer, so may we, with
tli" same fitness, speak of this month in
most localities, where the Observer is re
ceived, as the golden month of autumn.
The labors of October, both on the farm
od with gurdners, are various,and require
timely attention. As winter fruit, iu most
parts of the country, is unusually poor the
present season, the crop should be secured
with the greater care and thankfulness.—
IV rs and apples should be handled as care
fully as eggs ; ami after the fruit has been
plucked, always by hand, from the trees, i'
should not be poured, as it usually is, into
barrels, or boxes, as falling on the bottom,
• it- on other fruit, will often bruise the skin
us much as to drop from the trees.
Another thing of great importance when
plucking fruit,is care of the fruit-buds,near
tii iruit. Few people ever think of this
important consideration The fruit-buds
that will produce the crop next season, are
found close by the stems of the ripe fruit.
Now if thor-e buds are injured in any way,
there will be no fruit next season. Careless
employes, when plucking fruit, seldom, or
never think, if they tear off a large stem of
the fruit branches, that they are destroying
the crop of fruit for next season. But it is
nevertheless true Where fruit is shaken,
or beaten or beaten off violently, so that
many of the fruit-buds are separated from 1
the branches, no fruit will appear on those
twigs, within two or three years ; and per
haps never again. Boys, and men also,
s! mid have this thought vividly impressed
their minds when they are gathering
fmit, that if they break off the buds near
the fruit, they destroy the crop for next
Turnips and carrots should receive atten
tion the early part of this month. If a sec
ond crop of weeds has appeared, let them
be pulled up, not hoed, as the soil around
turnips and carrots, at this season of the
year, is full of numerous small roots, which
the hoe would sever. Carrots and turnips
enlarge rapidly during the month of Octo
ber ; and a careful person should pass be
tween the rows and pull up the supernume
rary plants, as one good turnip of fair size
is better than two inferior ones. Weeds
are pushing, at this season of the year, as
if it were now or never, with them. If the
b ps are not more than six inches high,
grind and whet the scythe, as for mowing
grass, and cut the stems close to the groud.
Mowing weeds in autumn hurts their growth
As the weather becomes colder,aud driv
ing storms prevail, domestic animals re
quire extra care and protection, especially
during cold nights. At ndcr horse, ex
posed to a cold, October storm,for only one
night, Contracts a cold that ruins his con
stitution. Milch cows, if protected during
stormy nights, w ill yield much more mi.k,
than when compelled to stand or lie on the
cold and wet ground during a long and
Colts, calves and lambs, in latitudes
North of Now York city, require protect
ion from storms, even in the month of Octo
ber. Thirty Yi ;rs ago, farmers thought all
1 fieir animals must be exposed to polling
storms, in order to "toughen them" for wiu
• r. But they have found it is infinitely
t. tter, in every respect, to protect tlietn
with comfortable sheds.
Neat cattle that are to be slaughtered
ii xt month,should be f< d four to six quarts
<u corn meal daily. Mutton sheep, even if
they have an abundance of grass, will im
pi'i ve enough better to pay ilie expense, il
b i! one pound of corn daily, per head.
Store lambs should now have the i est of
lecd : and breeding ewes, if they are thin
in flesh, should not only lie supplied with
an abundance of grass, but should be fed a
pint of oats each, everyday. Fat ewes do
not require grain.
Hints on Painting Old Wood Work-
As soon as there have been one or two
hard frosts to kill most of the flies, it will
b< an excellent time to paint wood work in
the kitchen, or any other part of the house.
• s ->ying nothing oi the economy of painting,
il is an excellent practice to apply a thin
coat of paint to all the wood work of the
kitchen, once in i! or !> years. Good paint
always saves much hard labor in keeping
such parts of a house clean. Some doors
that are used often, need painting every
year, to keep them at all decent. It is not
I'i st to put oil thick, heavy coats, as these
ate needlessly expensive, and after a few
years will lock bad. The same amount o!
paint, applied often in thin coats will bok
better and cost little more.
V. here wood work is much spoiled, espe
ially by hands not scrupulously clean, it is
sometimes dilllcult to make even the best
of paint hold well. It will dry soon enough, j
but will afterwards peel off, for paint w ill
not adhere well to a dirty, greasy surface.
This is particulary the case in rooms,where
washing and cooking are usually carried
In order to make paint stick and become
about as firm as the wood* itself, wash the
surface thoroughly with moderately strong
ley, using a short swab, then wipe it off
with a cloth wrung out in fresh water.—
Tins will remove all grease and dirt that
prevent the paint from taking a firm hold.
1 aint lor such places should be made of
the best white lead, mixed to the consist
ence of thin cream, with two parts of the
best boiled linseed oil,and one part of good
lacquer, or "liquid drier." Such paint will
dry in one day,aud*become sufficiently hard
to handle in a few days. A very "small
quantity of lamp black will make a beauti
ful lead color. \ ollow ochre may be added
until the paint is of tin- desired" shade for
painting mop-boards, or wainscoating.--
i'urc white lead for the body will make a I
more durable paint for lloors than most oth
kinds. The use of zinc-white, which is
much suj i-riur to white lead in some situa
tions, as for instance in privies, is attended
I y a little difiieulty, because it must be ap
plied very thick t. cover well, when used |
alone ; but a second coat, not so thick,may |
1. put on over other paint, and it will give !
greater brilliance and will not tarnish Horn
sulphurous gases frequently rising from
sink-drains, etc., nor from the exclusion of j
light, which causes white lead paiuttoturn
yi 1 low.— S. K. Todd, in Country Gentle
MANURING ORCHARDS —The best time to
manure an orchard is just as the trees are
making their growth in spring. It is usu- j
ally more convenient to haul manure in
winter when the ground is frozen,aud there
is more time tor the work, hence it is fre
quently done at that time, though at some
waste of manure.
ASPARAGUS. (ut the tops when growth
c<-ases and bum then . Cover the beds with
moWANDA INSURANCE AGENCY.
H. B. M'KEAN
Agent for the following well known and reliable Insur
ance Companies :
NKW ENGLAND INSURANCE CO.— Hartford, Conn.
ASKTTS 244,078 15
KENSINGTON INSURANCE CO.— Philadelphia.
WYOMING INSURANCE COMPANY.
Capital and Surplus $150,000
Stock not called in - $50,000
Bills receivable 40,000
IT. 8. 5-20 Bonds ...... 25,000
Temporary and call Loans .... 6,000
103 shares Wyoming Bank Stock - - - 6,180
50 shares Pirst Nat. Bank at Wilkes-Barre, - 5,000
70 " Sec. " " " - - 7,000
■l6 shares Wilks-Barre Bridge Stock - - 2,580
Ileal Estate 1,519
Due from Agents and others - • - 7,414
Cash in hand and in Bank 1,842
G. M. Hollenback, L. D. Shoemaker,
11. D. Lacoe, John Richards,
H. M. Hoyt, Charles A. Miner,
Samuel YVadhains, j O.Collins,
Stewart Pierce, j Chas. Dorrance,
Wm. S. Ross, 1 G.M.Harding.
G. M. HOLLENBACK, President.
L. D. SHOEMAKER, Vice-President.
R. C- SMITH , Sec'y.
11. B. M'KKAN. Agent, Towanda, Pa.
LUZERNE INSURANCE AGENCY.
/ETNA INSURANCE CO.— Hartford,
ASSETS $3 ,000,000
FULTON INSURANCE CO.— Neio York,
CASH CAPITLA $300,008
METROPOLITAN INSURANCE CO.,
ROYAL INSURANCE CO.,
LIVERPOOL & LONDON INS. CO.,
LIFE INSUR TNCE—CONNECTICUT MUTUAL.
Sir" Policies issued for the A-ltua, Fulton and Metre-
I politon, and orders received for ln.sur.ince upon favora
i ble terms. If.C. -MITII, Agent,
H. B. M'KEAN, Agent, for the above Companies at
| Towanda, Pa.
i HOMER CAMP, Agent, Camptowu, Pa.
j Sept. yes. _
IpiRE, LIFE, ii;i>l ACCIDENTAL INSUR
OVER SEVENTEEN MiI.LION DOLLARS!
C. S. RUSSELL, Agent,
FOR TIIE FOLLOWING NAMF.D RELIABLE COM PAN VS :
J (XIRAKD FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY )
j Capital and surplus, over $350,000
' HOME INSURANCE COMPANY )
Of New-York. j
Capital and surplus, over $3,750,000
INSURANCE COMEANY OF NORTH AMERICA, I
Capital and surplus, over $1,700,000
MANHATTAN INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Of New-York. j
Capital and surplus, over $900,000
ENTERPRISE INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Of Philadelphia. j
Capita] and surplus, over $350,000
ARTIC INSURANCE COMPANY, 1
Of Neip- York. f
Capital and surplus, over $750,000
PUTNAM INSURANCE COMPANY, /
Of Hartford, Conn, f
Capital aud surplus, over $701,000
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Of New-York. j
Capital and surplus, over $9,000,000
TRAVELLERS INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Of Hartford, Conn. j
Capital and surplus, over SGOO,OOO
Risk* taken on all kinds of Properly, at as low rates
as by any other reliable Companies.
Ko' Policies issued and Losses, if any, adjusted at
tiiis Agency, thereby saving the trouble and expense.of
going elsewhereffor settlement.
Office at the Hard where Store of Codding A
Russell C. S. RUSSELL.
! Towanda, l-Yb.,7, I>6G.- -if
rriOWANDA INSURANCE AGENCY!
Policies issued, J Losses adjusted and promptly paid, by
H. li. MKEAN, Agent,
Of the following well known and reliable Companies.
Office Montanye's Block.
Aggregati Amount of Capital $17,000,000
' .EKTNA INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Hartford, Conn., j
! Capital $4,000,000
NIAGARA INSURANCE COMPANY, I
.Vein I'o?/.", J
NEW ENGLAND INSURANCE COMPANY, |
llartfoul. Conn., J
j WYOMING INSURANCE COMPANY, )
tVitkes-Bari e, Pa., J
I Capital $150,000
1 NORTH AMERICAN TRANSIT INSURANCE CO., )
• Capital $500,000
! CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., )
Ila/tfortlj Conn., \
! Capital $10,000,000
KENSINTON FIRE INSURANCE CO., )
, Capita! $300,000
Towanda, Feb. 20, I*66—ff
|IPII E INSURANCE COMPANY OF
} A NORTH AMERICA,
i Office No. 242 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
- This Company are now prosecuting the business of
1 Insurance from loss or damage l.y FIRE on Buildings,
Merchandise, Furniture, Ac., throughout the Stote'of
j Pennsylvania, on liberaltermajor longorshort periods;
I or permanently of Buildings, by a deposit of Premium.
llie prompt payment of claims for losses during the
; period of nearly 70 years that the Company has been in
: esistence. entitles them to the confidence of the public.
DIRECTORS.— Arthur G. Coffin, Samuel W. Jones, John
A Brown, Charles Taylor, Ambrose White, Jno. If. Xeff,
i Richard D. Wood, Wm. Welsh, Wm. E. Bowen, James
N. Dickson, S.Morris Wain, John Mason, Geo. L. Aar
rison, Francis 11. Cope, Edward U. Trotter. Edward S.
| Clarke, Wm. Cummings. ARTHUR G. COFFIN, I'res'nt.
C. S. IIUSSELL, Agent, Towanda.
FARMERS MUTUAL FIRE I XSURANCE
OF MIDDLE PENNSYLVANIA,
Office in Danville, Montour County, Penn'a.
Capital .... $357,000 00
The Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Mid
dle Pennsylvania was incorporated by the Pennsylvania
Legislature, in the year lss'J, for the Mutual Insurance
of Country property only, aud immediately thereafter
commenced its operations on that principle, which has
been strictly adhered to since.
Ail losses have been promptly paid out of the Premi
ums collected on application for insurance without mak
ing any assessments.
The,lnsurance of Country proper .y only, the low rates
charged for Insurance,and the prompt payment of losses
are deemed a sufficient recommendation of the Farmer<
Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Middle Penns lva
nia, to all owners cf safe do s country properly.
P. JOHNSON, Sec'y. W'M. FFLMER, Prcs't.
C. M. MANVILLE.
March 5, 66. Agent, Towanda, Pa.
| TTNION CARRIAGE SHO£
AT ALBA, PENN'A.
The undersigned respectfully informs the citizens of
Western Bradford that he has commenced the Carriage
and Wagon manufacturing business, in all its various
i branches in Alba borough, in the shop north of the
; Union Hotel. His foreman in the wood-shop will be N.
IM. REYNOLDS, who is well known to the people of
this vicinity, having been in the business for the last 10
year-. He will manufacture to order, and keep constant
ly on hand the latest styles of Buggys, both top and
1 open, Platform, Democrat and .Skeleton Wagons, Sleighs,
Cutters.ic. His work will be done bv the most ex
perienced workmen, and great care will be taken in pro
: furring the best timber, and the most substantial ma
terials. He intends that the work turned out at his shop
for style, durability and cheapness, shall not be excelled
in the County. REPAIRING of all kinds done with des
patch , in a subtantial manner on reasonable terms
Give us a cad. JAMES McINTYRE.
Alba, Bradford County, Pa., Feb. 20, ISGG ly
I r UT II EE'S M ILLS,
. The proprietor, hiving rel uilt his Flouring Mill in Bur
| lington. and taken pains in selecting articles, and the
j most improved machinery, it is now completed in order
I for all kinds of Flouring.
CUSTOM WORK DONE AT SHORT NOTICE.
! with cheerful attendants, who will see to your wants in !
■ good order and with general satisfaction.
] Cash paid for Grain.
| April 17, lbCt?. KOSWELL LUTHER. 1
JTARDWAE& CODDING k BUSSELL
LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS,
To which additions arc daily being made, which they
oQer cheap for Cash. A large assortment of
Among the many desirable and beautiful patterns is the
CELECB A YE! > AMERICA N
This beautiful stove is unsurpassed for economy in
fuel; is a perfect hakei ; i.. i!.e !>c-t COOK STOVE in
the market. Among tie ii he •.g Stoves may be found 1
a great variety suitable fortmry place where stoves are
STOVE PIPE AND SHEET IRON WORK,
Always on hand and made to ord'. v.
T I N W ARE,
A large stock manufactured m i the very Loot mat
and by experienced workmen. A very ful •
IRON, NIALS AND STEEL
At New York prices.
HOUSE AND CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS.
TOOLS FOR THE FARM EH,
Tools lor the House Joiner and Carpenter—Tools for
Blacksmiths'—Tools (or ev, rybody.
WINDOW SASH AND GLASS, PAINTS, OILS AND
VARNISHES, MACHINE OIL AND BENZOLE,
KEROSENE OIL, LAMPS. WICKS AND CHIMNEY; -
BELTING, TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
BRITTANNIA AND PLATED WARE,
Pumps, Lead Pipe, ' twin Pimps, Water
Pipes, Grindstones and fixtures,
K E R O S E N E L A N T E it N S ,
JOB WORK douc with dispatch. Lamps repaired.
Fluid Lampsand Lanterns altered aud fitted to burn K<-
Grain, Old Iron, Casting and Wrought Scraps, Copper,
Brass, Brittanniu, Beeswax. Feathers and Rags taken in
exchange for goods.
Highest price in cash paid for Sheep Pelts and Furs
1W OUR GOODS have (in purchased on the pay
dowu system and will be sold for READY PAY.
JOHN A. CODDING, I CODDING & ROSE!.!,,
c. i 5. RUSSELL. \
To wall da, March 10, i*OT
JJARSIIAL BFC T HERS & CO.,
II A R I) W A R E !
TIN, COPPER,. SHEET IKON, AND
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, !
Store one door south of the Port Office.
R. T. NAKSIIALL. W. K. MAUHIIAI.L. M. M. MBKCI B.
MARSHALL BROTHERS & CO.,
Wish to call the attention of the public to their new
BLACK SMITHS' TOOLS,
and CARPENTERS' TOOLS.
Also, a large assortment of
Window Glass, Sash, Paints, Oils,
'Putty, Varnishes, and Paint
and Varnish Brushes
of all kinds, which will be sold lor the lowest O ■ -h price.
Aiso, a fiiLe assortment of
KEROSENE LAMP S
oi every style and pattern to i alt the public..
Lamps repaired and changed from Oil and Fluid ,o
Particular attention paid to the manufacturing ol all
kinds of •
TIN WAII E .
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
We have on hand a lire article of,
G LA S S FRUIT J V i:S,
with improved self-scaling corks, and
II E RMET IC A L S KALI X G C A N - ,
which is one cf the best cans used.
June 20, 1X65.
gOMET II IX G XE W A T
GEORGE H. WOOD'S
PII O T 0G R A FIIIC G A L L E R Y ,
He has the pleasure of -informing bis "hi friends and
patrons, that lie is now prepared to make the new and
beautiful style ol
GE M PERR () T Y FE S ,
mounted or, cards very cheap.
Also, Melainotypes for Lockets, Cases.or Frames,as
well as all kinds of
P II 0 T 0 G R A P 11 S
T U BEST S T Y I, E O F A R T .
Views taken c.f Houses on short notice.
CO P Y 1 X G I) 0 X E T 0 0RI) E R
In a few days.
A LI. WO R K WAItIfA NTE D .
Albums kept on hand and will be sold ch< ap.
G. H. WOOD.
Dec. C, 1964.
pII OTOG 11 A P 111 C GA L L EIIY
D. W. HUGHES
Informs the public that he has removed his Photograph
ic Gallery, to Montanye's lot, cast side of M tin St.. two
doors below Beidleman's Block, where he is now pre
pared to take Photographic Likenesses in tlie highest
styie of the art.
Ambrotypes, Melainotypes, and Foreotypes, in Cards,
taken in a superior manner.
A good assortment of Photograph Albums, every
styie, kept constantly on hand. Also Photographs
distinguished public men, military and civil, for sale.
Being now prepared to take Likenesses in. the best
manner, he is confident that lie can give satisfaction to
all who may call.
Towanda, April 3; 18(16.
JH" E W PLANING MILL.
The undersigned having bnilt a'l nve and commodious
Mill in the Borough of Towanda, and tilled it with ft In
most modern and improved machinery, for the manufac
WINDOW SASH, & BLINDS,
are prepared to fill orders, whether large or small, upon
the shortest notice. We havt also a large variety <,>
MOULDINGS, of the latest style u:d pattern, which in
tan furnish much cheaper than they can be worked by
and all ether work pertaining to Joinery, v. ill he done to
snit our enstomers.
Persons building, and not living L ore than twelve <>r
fourteen miles distant, will find it largely for their ii'm
est to buy of us. or bring their l imber and have it
worked by our machinery. Bring your grist of Floor
ing. or other lumber, and while your team is feeding
have it ground cut and take it home with you.
We will pay CASH for PINE A HEMLOCK LUMBER
delivered at our lumber yard. Come aud see us or it
you can't come, write.
L. B. LODGERS A CO.
Towanda, Feb. 8, 186-1.
QEW IX G MA C FIXES!
Having token the Agency of the two best Machines
WHEELER & WILSON, AXD SINGER.
We are now ready to supply all.
WMACFUNKS SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICE "S*
WNo nii- t. .e—the above makes an thk bk.-v
The-..oru of these Machine- Is alike on both sides
ami will not ravel, ju-t come and try it.~Qt
W Silks, Thread, Oil, Soap, Needles. Oil Cans, Needle
Ciii>es, ana extras kept on hand at our
*3* We sell the thing that always pleases. -fc*
Call and see our samples and get our prices.
I „ n WICKHAM & BLACK,
I Nov. -0. 1805. Towanda, TV
| QUGARS IN EVERY STYLE FOR SALE
L/ cheep, wholesale and retail, at FOX'S.
"RUIST'S PHILADELPHIA GARDEN
, X-* SEEDS lor sale uy
' March 7, Cti'. x. FOX.
E W S P RING UU01 •- !
is receiving a large stock of Spring Goods it mi: great
REDUCTION IN PRICES,
and oilers tliem at corresponding prices. Comprising a
well selected assortment ot
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
T i AWNS, CIJALLAS,
| THIBET ANDJCANTON CLOTII,
ALPACA, BERAGE, POPLINS,
TRIMMINGS & BUTTONS TO MATCH.
Ol all descriptions tor men an boy*.
Y A N K E E N0 T I 0N s
Too numerous to mention.
11 A R D W ARE,
A good assort ment on md
CROCK E R Y ,
Is in lull and complete supply.
G R OCE R I E S.
Teas, Codec, Sugar and Molasses, at gr< ally reduced
LEAT H E R ,
A supply of Sole aud Upper on i,....d.
WOO I) E N W A R E ,
Tubs,JPails, Bru.c.is, Ac.
TOYS FOR CHILDREN.
Cabs, Carte, Cltai ■> uni ioysto please them all.
April 9. 1866.
(AO 0 I) II A R G A I N S
WICK II A M A BLA C K 'S ,
Wishing to close out our stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
We are now offering them at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
This is no i.umbu '. We bound to ell. A luigc
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHS,
The largest stock ol
AND YELLOW WARE,
Ever brought to this market, will be opened in a
I "BH" E W SPRING G 0 0 D S !
J. W. TAVI.OR,
Is just receiving a large and well selected stock of Spring
Goods ot the best qualities, nnd choice styles, having
purchased them when goods were the lowest, he feels
Sully confident that he can sell to please all. A large
aesortment of Kress Goods, variour colors and sty ice.
A fine line ol French Poplins, the gem ol the season.
Come and see them, all wool Alpacca Poplins, a gen
eral assortment of
BLACK AND COLORED ALPACAS,
1 and a very great variety of other dies.- goods too nu
merous to mention. A complete line of Mourning goods,
Detains, Prints, Ginghams,
BLACK Aj\l) WHITE BALMORALS,
Hoop Skirtv i large quantities, from three yards to
three and ah It around, and splendid assortment of
GLOVES ANI) HOSIERY.
Ladiet'and Gents kid gloves, Dross Trimirand Rut
tons lo suit all. Ladies' Cloths, Brab, Black and White,
aud Black Rcpellant Cloth,
SPUING SIIA WLS,
Bleached and Unbleached Muslin, Sheeting, Crash,
Scotch Diapers, brown and white table liueu Napkins,
and a lull line of White Goods, Jaconet, Nan.suok, Swiss,
Mull, Victoria Lawn, Striped Muslin. Dimity t leked
Musiin, a uice assortment ol
BLACK AND COLORED DRESS SILKS.
i A large quantity of Embroidery CHEAP. (ic-nt's Neck
! Ties, Paper Collars aud Hosiery. One ol the largest and
i, best selected
STOCK OF MILLINERY GOODS
ever brought in this market aud cheap. All the latest
■ styles and novelties of the season. In Bonnets, Gipsies,
■ Ac., Ribbons, oc., Flowers to suit every one. White
Embroidery, Iltods and Caps for infants, Ladies' and
Misses' Hats, the Sailor,margaretta derby, and all styles
. too numerous to mention. Having secured the services
of MISS MOSUEIt, I feel confident we can please all,
and all kinds ol Milinery work done on short notice. 1
j invite the people ot Towanda and vicinity to call and
examine my stock of goods and judge for themselves ;
no trouble to show goods, one door uorth of the Post
Office. April 9, 1866.
POCKET CUTTLE RY LOWER Til AN
J. at any other establishment iu town, at the
l NEWS ROOM.
Drugs anb fTlc^icince.
TJR. PORTER S OLD DRUG STORE, j
Already admitted to be
The largest,safest and most approved
DRUG BOUSE IN KOBTHEBN PENNSYLVANIA,
Auestabliahed reputation for keeping the best medicine
In its luciilt'es and apparatus for compounding and pre
MEDICINE AND PRESCRIPTIONS,
Conducted by thoroughly compuM at pers ms, whodt vo
the rr.o' e u< ful at :■ :ttioß,pay the tri test regard
to accuracy, and u-c only selected arti
cles, and medicines of unques
tioned parity, has become
THE CASH DRUG STORE
With prices revised to • irr< 1 ..ml with the market.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
ALL AKTXCLKS WAKEiNTi.I) AS KLFKBSKfITEfI.
By recent arrangements with tb.o Manufacturers, Impor
ters or First Holders of Gone' 1 and Cash Purcha
ses,tlie prici s will always be at the low
est point for Prime.Goods.
LOWER FIGURES THAN EVER IN
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS, DRUGS AND
Everything iu this extensive storJ trill be sold
Cheng for Cash !
PRICES RBIICCID, VIZ:
OF SOArS, PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, COMBS.
rOCSET KNIVES AND liAZOKS,
L A M P S A N I) M A T E RIALS FOR LIGHT.
TRUSSES k SUPPORTERS,
WINES AND LIQUORS, ONLY FOR MEDICINE.
TOKACCO AND SNUFF.
ALL THE POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES,
TOOTII, SKIN ANI) ItAllt FIIKPAKATIOKS,
FANCY ARTICLES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
Eclectic, Botanic and Homaoputhic Medicines
Spices, llbd Seed, Lump Shades and Garden Seeds.
FISH TACKLE, AMMUNITION, Ac.
Constituting the most complete assortment, embracing
the gn at wants of the People, reduced iu Price,
and revised for the Cash Syste, .
DR. PORT ICR'S COAL OIL.
DR. PORTER'S CAMP HEN E 1
DR. PORTER'S ALCOHOL!
I)R. PORTER'S BURNING FLUID t
Are Fresh, daily prepared, sud unrivalled by any in th:
DR. It) HT E 1 ' S PBE P A B ATIOSS
1 OIL FAMILY t'SK.
Known as Safe and Reliable Remedies,are warranted to
what they are intended to give satisfaction.
Di Porter's Pectoral Syrup price 50 cents
Dr Porter's Family Embi atjoi " 35 "
Dr Porter's Tonic r.lixer ''loo "
Dr Porter's Worm Kyrt-p " 50 "
Kr I'orttr's Coiup. Syr. llypophosphi'.t a.. " 100 "
Dr Porter's Uterine Tonic " 150 "
Dr Porter's Blackberry Balsam " "
Dr Porter's Tooth Ache Drops " 25
Dr Porter's Cephalic Snuff. " 25 "
Dr Pbrter's Tooth Powder " 50 "
Dr Porters Tricogene " 59 '
Dr Porter's Tricoph'le " 50 "
Dr Porter'B Shampoo •• •<
Dr Porter's Ilea e and Cattle Lo:>n " * >
Dr Porter's Horse and Cattle Powder " 35 "
Dr Porter's Bed Bug Poison " 33 ••
Dr Porters Black Ink " 25
Dr Porter's Cleansing Fluid " 37$
Dr Porter's Rat and Mice Poison " 35
Dr Porter'B Citrate Magnesia " 35 ■
Dr Porter's Worm Wafers << 3.-, ••
MEDICAL ADVICE G-VEN GRATUITOUSLY AT
C uav; i. g inly .< r ,-fedii inc.
i. .nk. . f . \ ■
fully announce to 1. s f rionds and *l l ■ pi biic thatno puin
ball hi spar Ito - , iy r 'lie .iutiuimnce of
theirccntidencc anl patronage, the
C A S H 'it R U G PORE!
; rjn 1 E ,I:TNA AND XIIE FOJITLAND
oBTA'A JXS! i; M'E COAITANY,
liAi ■. i . • •. t L\.\*
A rfSET S , JULY 1 , 18G G .
| Cash on hand in bank ami with Agents,..s 257,320 00
I United States St sk 812,277 25
E.atii.rd Ban J7>. -In '
; .Miscelk ui his Bank •!..- It!'.' ,■ 010) j
LiABILI T i i; S .
Losses unaclja&lcd aud not dao $221,236 35 !
Income for last year (net) 62,933,399 94
losses and Expenses f< r same time. $2,541,304 30
Total Loss* paid in -17 years .619,127,410 i".i
V iz: Fire, 17,243,000 99. fnlsu d, $1,864,409 jO7.
Government and State Taxi - paid 17:>,17- 34
Lo ; BY PORTLAND FILE, Ju.Y -TRA.
ihe t-'t,i! :.n i ■ r .t ec vt p - i n pro
perty th-troyed or dum re-ad i., . - !. ..n which s 1-
vage will be about 5 per cent. Out total loss will not
vary much from 6200 1 90, and ' being promptly adjust
ed and paid. This sum is £ per cent, ppon the assets, a
figure but slightly tx-i: : . : .a g..-.vrmuo.it and .--tate
taxes paid l i t year, or a j roportion < ;-:al t) a 65000
los- ia' a compaiiy of i 11 a-. :s.
The nee sity tor in '.r.u; o ami • v., ue of the
wealthy, string corp ovti. ns, is forcibly illustrated by
this fire Several weak Insurance Companies ate des
trcyed. Portland has a population ol 35,000; —was
handsomely bniit, mostly line brick or stons structures
—pr ti .'.i Imd with ipwards nf ,!uu;) shade
trees—bounded on three sides by water—indeed, iiur
ally, a'..-.-.-: li-h.g ifaut ecean 1 with a good
steam lire ile, a tment-yet it has 61b.000.009 of prop
erty eonsu:. J in a few h jars—upmi a b iiJay when its
pc.'plc aro k .-!. c.;;. ipk J - oil the Very nsiguificant
cause ol .; c ntemptible firecracker.
!' i, .-ril. t,:..! i.g :i in .l if., a that sweep
..way in aa .. hour.-, the arniugs ot years. Consiih i
you; la-t iiiten-ts and give the .Etu'i gent a call if
yo; need proper Insurance se. urity. Poii ies i.-. ucd at
lair terms. H. B. MoKEAN, Agent.
'4'owaiid.i, Aug. 11, 1566.
rpWENTY-PIVE YEA RS EXPERIENCE
X IN DENTISTRY. I. S. 8 iith, M. D., would r< -
spectfully inform ink : of R:. J:..rd County
tii.it he is permanently 1 >cs ted In Waverly, N.Y., where
he b.i.-i been iu the practice hi spi !'< i r!!i >pa-t
i irvi a-. He wu'iid .-.iy t'uat from U:- and uc
. i | ;'.■■■( i eol 25 yei.is duration, lie i ' -uiliir with
;.l I the different styles of work done in • y a rid all Den
til establishments in city or country, an '. is better pre
pared tbau any other Dental operator in the vicinity so
do work the best adapted to the many a- 1 < ffi 'ivnt
cases that pre a nt themselves o!ltufime.s to ;'-e Dent'-t.
aabennder tands the art ol makiug his own artifi U1
tectb, and ha < facilities tor doing the -ame. To those
requiring under sets of teeth he would call attention to
!i?s new kind < f work which consists ot porcelain tor
both plate and teeth, and forming a continuous gum. it
is more durable, mote natural in api i..'au c, aud much
v tter adapted to the gum than any othi r kind l l work.
Those in need of the same are invited to cadi and exam
ine specimens. Teeth filled to last for yean and ottea
t mes fsr lite. CMoroft >. n, ether, to.d Nilrovu -'.ride"
administered with perfect safety, as over four hundred
patient; within the lust fi .ry. .:. an testify.
I will be in Towanda from t lie 15th to 30th of every
month, at the office ; W.K. TAYLOR, (formerly oc
cupied by Dr. O. i. V.'o l In;.':.) llavi.ig made arrange
ment- v.i. i Mr. ifjii . i am prepared to do all work in
the very bc.-t style, at Lis olnce.
Nov. 27, 1865. yl,
IYK. H. WESTON, DENTIST. Office
X/ in Pulton's Block, over Bar.-tuw & Gore'; Dug
and Chemical Blow. Ijan66
rjUIE OLD BAKERY REVIVED!
PE'i'TES cY HOY EY,
Are now receiving a frc-li supply of Nnts. Fruits and
Candies, at the old Stand on Main Street opposite the
Court House. Also an assortment of
FAM I L Y (k ii OUEIi I E S ,
; Such as Teas, Sugars, C'offec, S.iler.itus, Molasses,
I Syrup, Spices, Ac., Ac., which will be sold as cheap as
j can be bought in the borough ot Towanda or elsewhere.
GOOD GREEN TEA FOB 61, PER POUND.
Kept constantly on band,
BREAD, BUSCUIT, PIES,CAKES, AC., AC.,
At the Towanda Bakery.
Crackers by the barrel or pound, at the Bakery.
: PETTES & HOVEY,
| _May 7,' C.0.-if.
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS AT COST,
llfXatthe NEWSROOM, 1
rpiIOMAS J. INGHAM, A TTO.R .V >
J A'l' I.AW, LAPORTK.SuUivar Oi.nnty.lv.
T\H.E.H. MASON, PH \ SICIA N-A Kb (
X> SURGE UN, Q(l<n hisprofess a m.
people of Tov.unda and vicinity. Offlc*
or. Pine street, whero he can always bef. .1 .1 -
professionally engage d.
/ EORGE D. MONTANYE, - /"/U
vJf A"/•-' 1 AT I.A IF-' 1 .'i,,. •
ly occupied by Jab-M.a
\\f T. DAVIES, Attorney at Law, To- \
\V a wauda, Pa. Ofu • wi ■ , Win. V.'aUina, lv.<j
Particular attention paid to Orphans Court business j
aud .settlement ot decedent I estates. 25-42.
MERC lit & MORIiOW, Attorneys at Law,
. Towanda, Penu'a,
The undersigned having a ioeiatcd tbemseivox toreth
er in the practice of Law, oiler their prole .icnal ser
vices to the public.
ULYSSES MERCUIt, i'. 1. MORROW.
March 'J, 1865.
|A L. AN DRUE, Lton. 'l Auctioneer,
!!.<■ Canton, Bradford county, Fa., h vie-; had much
experience, otters his services t > t.. public. A duress
by letter, or otherwis-.
Canton, July 18, IMIS.
PATRICK & RECK, AMNINA AT LAW,
Offices In Union Block, Tnvanda, pa., formerly
occupied by Hon. Win. ISlweU, and in Patrick's Mock
Athens, Pa. They may be consulted at either place.
H. w. rATities, apUH w. a. in:.:;.
ÜB. McKEAN, ATTOBNE YA COXJN
• SELLOR AT LAW, Towanda, Pa. Par
ticular attention paid to busine:: in the Oi.-hens' Court.
July 20, 18(16.
nENRY PEET, Attorney al Law, lotmn
la, Pa. jun'27, (16.
W 11. CARNOCHAN, ATTORNEY
T V • AT LAW, Troy,-Pa. Special attcntl
to collecting claims against the Govern sent for Bounty,
Back Pay and Pensions. Office alt 1-1. B. i' -.rsons, Esq.
June 12, Im;s. 1
OVERTON Jr., Attorney a'.
J Lain, Towanda, Pa. Office in Mnntanyf-s Block,
over Frost's Store. July 13th, 1865
UENRY A. RECORD, \I. !)., Physician
and Suigeoa, having j in. aantly located in To
wanda. would respectlu'iy ollVr ti- prof- -ional -'-l-vus
to the citizens of the pica a vicinity. Office, at J. A.
Record's Store. Jan. 30, "06.
lOIIN N. CALIFF, ATTORNEY AT
tj LAW, Towanda, Pa. Also, Government Agent
or the collection of Pensions, Bark Pay and Bounty.
tor No charge unless successful. Office over the
Post Office end News Boom. Dec. 1,1864.
OI). STILES, M. 1)., Physician <£• Suryi an.
• Warren Centre, Bradford County, Pa.
I Offii sfoi nerly occupied by Dr. McKee Visits made :
with promptness. Particolar attention given to the
treatment 01 (. hroiiic ca.-es, and Diseases incident to 1c
males and children. Office terms Cash.
Dr. Stiles is a graduate of the "Philadelphia Univer
sity oi Medicine and .Surgery." where bo mended two
lull course, of Lectures, he also attended the cliuL.-.l
lectures of the "Bleckley iio-pit ii" lcr two w inters and
took as;- ial course on Bandaging, operative and mi
, nor surge;y.
JLi .\II h-iters addrc--vd to him at : agar Run, Brad
IPRANCIS E. POST, Painter, Towanda,
X l'a, wall 10 years xper; ace, is c-uiident he can
i:.".. . papering,,. •. ta" Particular ait. ntiou
paid to Jobbing in the country. April'6o.
'XT E w A R RANGEMENT!
A MAMMOTH FURNITURE STORE, :
TOWANDA, BRADFORD COUNTY, FENN'A., j
V.-ITD KHDUCKD PltlCiiri.
JAM E S 0. FRO S T
Would i- -.- ttally announce t • the pe-<; hoi Brad
ford and the >• Ijoit-i.-.g •• .unties, that he has ; mim
the Store, on the south side of the Public Square, for
Tf.i-rly 1. Iby CHEST,'.'it WELLS ; ami also tut
Store on Main Stre t, formerly occupied by J. W. Means
as a U'vrcry Store, ..ad bavin,- , n.< ■ tc-d the .-ame, has
now the lar. -t and best Furait :re Ware It-cm to be
found thi- i-du 0, iltc • ity ui Nc,. Ytk. And he would
lurtberiuoie am. -a • that he has in the same the iarg
kot, 01 to i.-c .ad in Northern Pennsylvania, to v.iih ;.
11 ta:. 1 . ddi* '■ a will '-e made lr mll i.-t a, New-York
IJ. sier v.; oti..-r pi sees t > numerous to men-
I a allr hi ii v.i.il • old at lower jn;,--, than any
<"ber • aii • tit ride 0: N './ York, v.iil .TI the saute
quality 1 I g ous.
My *••, . l>ts in part of
MARBLE . : i MOOD TOP HALL bTAND>,
DIN.NC tud EXTENSION TABLES
BUREAUS, STANDS, BEDSTEADS, Ac., Ac I
Chairs of every variety and style, as cheap as the
cheapt-t :nd good .>< 'he
Eu.iuiehd t i-. : .ci Soto, ai-o Chestnut ; .n 1
nd Reps, a' prit -,-s which y , on:; etition. Abo
EASY' CHAIRS, and ROCKE
CAMP CHAIRS and STOOLS,
BOOK R ACKS,
WHAT NO' 1
Children's Com:, ; .
C! iidrcu's Cr- ■ v
LOOKING GLAP-3 PLATES,
PHOT UIAI'H OVALS.
CORDS and T \SSELS,
In •. 'm: - : Vi. ia e |iu„ usually to be kai:id ins,
first class Futniture Store. I shali also continue to man
nta stare furniture .m ueital aud warrant the surra* • . ,-iv.
satisfaction. The public are invited to call and examine
for themselves, at the store, on Main street, two do -
south ol Jlottb.nw- . motto is, quick sales and .small
Ready nude Coffins, Bar! 1 Cases, Coffin Plates and
Handles, together with everything in the line of under
taking constantly on hand, with tw > elegant Heareea.
Fun misattonuid v, ithitt a circuit of 25 miles on rear
on ible term ;.
Towanda, Pa., June 20, 1865. JAMES O. FROST.
ITU RE WARE-ROOMS !
uAV.LS M ' K: SSHN ...moiinccs to the pui.lic V-1
still continues to manufa tcre and keep on hand .1 lar >
a .ortmcnt cf
CA BINET FURNITURE,
II ;. ur. , . ■ Bed.-teaur. Stands, Chairs, Ac., ol
every de. criptiui which will be made of the best matt ri
al-. iin he most workmanlike maimer.
I invite the feectron oi the publi • to my work, wnicu
shallue be surpssed in durability, ;lauy shop iu the
count; y, and my prices will be found to be as iow as tiie
time will admit.
I!jady-maue Coffinsc. u-t.intiy on hand or :u.de to or
der. A good Hearse will be furnished when desired.
Aug. 15, 1 65.
JJEW FURNITURE STORE !
H'.vmgn:.:, unit are W.ue-r00r.;.-! formerly oc
•' )•*>• I'. N.Page, Ath ns.Pa., would now say to
the patiena of the old Establishment that I have a com
plete Stock of Goods, just received, embracing every
thing in the
My goods are new and well rejected, and for
Will not be K:>ilerxo!d by any. C..11 and examine my
stork before: pu--luring, i retain the Workmen oi the
e>ld crtablishmeiit, and
MR. N. I. HART
v 5 il: have chaagee 0! 11 •* buryicss aud s>au i .;ae tilling, iu
rhoit we havi the lim >t Sti ..k of Goods in our line west
o! New York, con-b.-liug of
Chamber-Setts, Sofa;-, Bureaus, Maiblc-top
Centre Tables, Extension
aud Dining Tables, Chairs, Bedsteads,
Mirrors, Picture Frames,
Photograph Ovals, Cord and i assets,
Oil Curtins, Toilet Stands, Work-Boxes,
COFFINS AND LURI VL CASES.
Our I i'ih.l \ Drparluii ui will at ail tiii.es l*e
well -applied with ewrything iu that Hue. We 'ate
FINEST JIE A USE
In t!ii-. r • tion. not cv •• ptiisg anything west ol New
York, and will attend l-'unetals wit hit: a cit itit of
'licenty Mj Tt.o.i tea .cable terms.
G. li. VOOUHIS.
N. I. HAUT, Agent.
Athens. Jan. 25, 1566.—1y
go® NEWS. iSiSJoN K\f|.' fl
rur. rnice OF CIOTHIM,
'ONE DOWN WITII (; 0 ;
V- 'a-! of good, well mud- a tu.,,
1 *<*nr: r t*; . marki: is now open f<„ p lMl , n
TORE OF R. VV. EDDY,
Bongbi since the fall t.: G ,!! : . -_c il.
wHt eneb'e him to •!.• hisct stomei t..
low figures, and :hc dciiiu in prR- . *t, " : ..
r-.' at. ,tylib, u'.u n la niutlr. No m '
1 amy article guaranteed as ret '
My goad* me all I'Usenud 0,
THE LATEST FAsIIION,-
| And ujtuil to the best city custom made.,,
t 1 sua! the Ve-l quality all wool
B! >ck Frock f'<- t.*,
I'la- Doe Pants and V.
Linen C -ats. D , ten-, .-.ml J
The La*' : SU.-T ■; ■ .
Btruw, Panama end tilatb Hats
Neglig*-c Shirts < !at Nt :k Tiet, l
pendtrs, l.'r, a r Jtrj*.*.. •
Eagiish Halt Hoee. Over All ,Ov ;r S !( .
iterchfels, Ladh-.s Fine M ro; - .
lu fact fiverytJiing usually toe.. ' iu",.
GcnUcman'.s Fornishing b.ore. \' W"
Goods at a fair price are cheap - 1'
price. A!! goi.-i-sold at < v-j : . '.'T* '■ 'S
tea- mg to make an ofier, but t-v.-rv or.-
aato goods at the same pri'-, . ',' fc
bcl'cii of t : c market. All of : _ ~ L
mail- "d do>.\ n to 'bo gold iu- , aud
will be sold regardiea.-,o! sa- ri
fie.,-. It you want go,
goods at a fair pric,',
go to EDDY'S,
whereyou will find
' i:n ready to show bis go;>ds
smd ;il them too at th< ■ ...t , ...
ure to corn pond with (J-; j:'
• mind the p..;-- '■> imv " <), w ,
Clothing is al U. W. EDDI . •' ,
i'ow&nda , Jan. 7. 1865.
/ ILOTHING ! CLOI IILNG \
ii: -D5 MADE AND MADE TO ii.l*'fi
J. M. COLLINS,
Ist door South of Ci Ming A Ba.-j.-eil' ,h. : • , ,
j Iron*. New York a large aud attractive 1--
NEW WINTER CLOTHING.
I Oar stock comprises every article worn by men and
-PILOT AND BEAVER OVERGO' - ■ c T r.n,
I'i Y BUSINESS SUITS oi •; •' s f,-, M uAL
COATS, PANTS. VESI SH/RT-i
COLLAR.-..VK Tl! 'V. '
1 EL'S, DRAWi.:
G K ,1 Tri FUIL XI S 111 X(J GOO I) ij
Of every description.
Especial attention is called to our si -.k of
C 1 TTiis, CASSI MKR ES AND VI-s T' N ,
V-hb -we *.*.! ;kc- :p to order 01: short nolle
A nice Uncoi Fancy Casßimers : tr Pante and r<,,r
j Latest style Hats and 1 laps. Gents For Collars.
f -j ■ c to order or ■-rt r : .. .
Bear ia mind if yotTwish to bay Clothing CHEAP
anc > go •! as r pres-uteu, call t
Terms Cash. COl i i
Towanda, Doc. 7. !- ;*>.
I CHEAPNESS, STYLE A XT' 1n..! ;v
KOW !.- V;i/.S Itiis: T J
! YOUR CLOTHING < BEVY AT YOUR OWN
I. - una IT TO ".111: I-LOFi.:.,
j Jnst received—a large stock of Fail and v terf 1
: iuget J. CORN'S Entnira Branch Clothi Store H
' : cues' c: the- <;, - M , hants 01 To'.-. :
Eg 1 been hundred sixty-one i> -. e .
; • •• .-ti • aper than any other mac.
■ :...p T' . .. h, ai,o lacy Vi. L'c SOJU ci.vj■
F . goods are all mnnafacf u<-.- .* in E a tact re
... ■ .
CLOTHING, GEN S : ULNIcIUNG -
car* ic., AC.
TJutt is kept in air ct' - - in ;
■ .-.ia it, a free country ; there!otv it, !■-;■
theii trading where they cam do tb 1. . regvdlim .
111 d.- .r look, if old.' ■ . 1 iav.-i
yottto c,)toe aii ! see mc—country as " \i\ -i
,iv I ted—every person, rich or pout. hgh r • . bead ■
mc are invited to call.
At JOHN KHLAM'S Clothing Store, n xt d iorwfi.t
Mercui , Dry GMain •**'•' • t. 1 i s.iniia. 1
N. B.—We wish to be understood, that we arei
*3" Mo charge toi sh iwing our Goods.
■ . ,
j QllE AT REDUCTION
in prices ot
riPRIN'Cr AND SUMMER CLMTIIIXg,
For Men and Boys w ...
Most 01 these go; ds ,re manuli : -1 Kiev-sly u
O U 11 TRADE.
<taving jHt i. lur-ed from tl: • Ei-:c:a W - a
Markets with one ot the
-Aii-.ii.-T STOCKS EVER O . 1
We soiicit an early call and cxaminaC-n cai a
'rtmcnt, which cannot to beat iu ia pr. .*,
STYLE AND Q U A L . T '1 .
Our stock of HATS are of the 1 itest stj a br-e
as-so. tmcat at
W HITE A SPANIriH LIN.IN riIUH'S,
HOLLARS, TIES, SUSi'E.N'i'EK?
ii.\ NDK KIDHIIEFS,
LINEN & PAPER (TFI'S- A l '.
Which wi'! be sold at low prices.
to c&n ijcXcre buving - •
No. 2. P; Oil's .'• -
Towanda. Miy 1, 'O6. .
j EF F DAV Iri ES < -V PK H!
How many hearts will:trn wi h i.i.ic ■ • •'
ingtbis aanoancement. But we c nnsel ; '
I fci i' ;;s 01 i . .ii-. lion for .1 m
though to is arch traitor has escaped being hang er ■
the Public :• re, 'iestc-1 to call at
WARNER'S JEWELRY EHHIE,
And examine his -iilendid stock ol W:i',-K - ~n 1
ry of the latest designs and elaborate ii:. ' . ■'
being sold at
VERY LOW PRICE-.
Be also keeps the celebrated Seth Thomas Clod;
American and Swi-s Watches. (Bin-, a' -
kept ia a store of th.'skind. Remember tlie pH
ton's Bio k. N. B.—Watches, Clocks and Jewc "'
paired and warranted.
A. M. WUN■•'•*-
Towanda, June 20,1866.—Gm.p.
jpjARRIAGES, WAGONS, SLEIGHS!
THE OLD EST VBLI-HMEM' SI ILL IN Ori;:: V'i
FELLOWS, CRANDALL & CO.,
Successors to Roy . 'ids. Fell v.- .&(' - , arc t. '' , "
and are prepared tu lurui-di i*-; .-:i< J
Gun i ;ges uu i S 1 of all di-.-vriptiutis nd ! ' ' '
test and most approved style, and of the best u ; '
at the old stand opp th i 'tl ■!-•, i
tral part ot Alba limiugk. Lratilord Citi.i.v.
The publi' are assured that the repat.itmu l ' t , r ',
hv- .it-i; duiing the : Ist six years under tar * '
i.-.-.. . eofJ. U.Fellows,wiil be more than
tallied, as he will superintend the work as beret
having ing cnand having had much expei > •
Carriage and Kleigli Buildet would assui - ~
that ao pains will be . irid by the ibove
!tbe eatabUshment worthy thefi •• tti ; f- v ilra
as one ol the old firm for the patronage thus lar
ded, we ho|*e to merit a vontuiuance 1 tb ,
N. B.—We, the undersign*d, being p; < " -
ics, can manufacture and o&r to the pnblfc a
I that will defy competition. craXDALL
j'* G. Mi'jiil I"''
Alba Botougli, April 15, IbOO. iy-