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Shortening the Winters.
It will soon bo time fur the fartners to
p-.t into practical operation the following
Miggestious in regard to making a long
winter short, which we take' from our con
i mporary, TVie (Cultivator and Country Gen-
Human. Indeed many of them who are not
y t prepared with suitable shelters and oth
erwise for winter, cannot begin to soon.
We often hear complaints of the length
of our northern winters. Farmers who can
not turn their; cattle to 'pasture until the
middle of May, and who have to begin fod
dering them by the middle of November at
the iatest, sometimes look with envy at the
condition of those farther south, wherejsev
< ral weeks are gained at each end of the
winter season. It would jbe much better
it, instead of these vain regrets,they would
determine to manufacture or modify circum
stances to suit their wishes and purposes.
There are several ways in which this may
be profitably done.
1. Several weeks are often lost early in
spring in waiting for the soil to become dry.
'l'.iis is a great waste i f valuable time,at a
I niod when every day is of much import
une. . This waste can be well appreciated,
but there is another loss of a formidable
character, of the heat which should warm
me soil, but which goes merely to evapo
rate the water. The surplus water in one
1 > •< >t in depth of soil often amounts in spring
to three inches—equal to more than three
thousand cubic leet per acre. In uudrain
ed land most of this passes off by the slow
process of evaporation, carrying off a vast
quantity of heat which otherwise should go
to warm the soil. The amount of heat thus
I. -t may be better appreciated by stating
liiat it is equal to that afforded by the burn
ing of twelve cords of the best seasoned
w Mid,and with no escape or waste of heat.*
Kvery water-soaked ten acre lot, therefore,
must require all the heat that could be de
nvi d from 120 cords of the best fuel—over
!,2UO cords for each 100 acre farm,to evap
orate its surplus water in spring. Good
and regular tile-draining will carry off this
surplus water in three days—after which,
all the heat of the sun will go towards
warming the soil. We have had occasion
tlie past spring to observe the difference
between the condition of a well drained,but
naturally heavy soil,and an adjoining piece
remaining undrained. The first was in fine
condition for working in less than a week
alter it was thawed. It was necessary to
wait nearly one month before the other
could be plowed, and even then it was cold
and clammy. It will therefore be safe to
say that at least three weeks are gained in
the length of the season by nuderdraining
2. We scarcely need allude to the great
mitigation of the severity of winter on all
domestic animals by providing good shel
ter. When we have contrasted the condi
tion of those animals which enjoy warm
stables and tight sheds, and are protected
by tall screens of evergreens surrounding
the yard, with those which are foddered
'rum stacks in open fields, we do not won
der that the owners of the latter complain
of the long and severe northern winters.
3. The same class of managers complain
of the slow growth of their pastures in
spring, and find that they are unable to
turn out their animals from the barn-yard
until the middle o! May,or even later. They
could easily gain from one to two weeks
by providing better and richer pastures—
that is,by seeding down heavily with grass
on laud which lias been well manured, or
by top dressing old grass fields, and espe
cially by protecting the plants which form
th<' sod from the action of cold winds in
winter. This may be effected by top-dres
sing with coarse manure in autumn, by a
thin and even coating of refuse straw, and
es] ecially by not allowing the grass to bt
closely grazed on the approach of winter.
Any one may satisfy himself on this poinl
by observing the rich and heavy growth ol
< ally grass in fence corners, and in othei
sheltered or enriched spots while open pas
lines have scarcely begun to turn green.
4. Belts of evergreens, on the more ex
posed lands, will do much towards lessen
nig the clle-cts of sweeping winter winds,te
protect herbage and cause it to grow latei
in autumn, and come on earlier in spring
An eminent llorist once remarked that many
tender plants, commonly requiring the pro
tectiou of a green house in winter, would
survive, without in jury,if planted in woods
where the shelter from winds, and the eov
enng afforded by leaves, nearly prevented
the ground from freezing. The same effect
although in less degree,is afforded by occa
sional timber belts across farms.
o. Dairymen, who are unable to rnakt
other than poor white butter in winter, and
but little of it, and who complain of wintei
an unpropitious season, may overcome
much of the difficulty by a good supply ol
carrots, turnips, beets, Ac, which will ena-
I le the good manager to manufacture as
rich butter in winter as at other seas us ol
An observance of the foregoing five par
ticulars, namely, underdiaining, shelter, en
tidied pasture lands, timber belts, and a
good • upply of succulent food for cows,
as web, perhaps, as some other poin's of
good management, will reduce the effects
of the severity of our northern winters, tu
an amount equal to at least three degrees
ol latitude, and sometimes much more. Let
them be carefully weighed and adopted in
practice.— Country Gentleman.
DOTTED MEATS. —It sometimes happens to
the ladies, from some unforeseen circum
stances, that large quantities of cooked
meats, prepared for a party which did not
come off', perhaps, remain on hand, which
are measurably lost. Such should be pot
t< d. Cut the meat from the bone and chop
fine, and season high with salt and pepper,
cloves and cinnamon. Moisten with viuc
gar, wine, brandy,cider and Worcestershire
sauce, or melted butter, according to the
kind of meat or to suit your own taste.—
Then pack it tight in a stone jar, and cover
with about a quarter of an inch of melted
butter. It will keep for months,and always
afford a ready and excellent dish fur the ta
SUET BiscciT.--Stir soft cold water and
w heat meal together, making a batter a
trifle thicker than for common griddle cakes,
these are better baked in the east-iron
bread pans. The pans should be heated be
fore the cups are filled. Fill the cups full
and place in the oven.
This variety of unleavened bread need
not have any time or strength given to it in
kneading or stirring,except for the purpose
of mixing the ingredients evenly together.
They require a hot oven and need from 15
to 2."> minutes. They may be eaten with
impunity when warm.
DEI en F RUT.— It is said that a little sasa
'l as bark sprinkled in with driyd fruit when
jut away, say a handful to a bushel, will
-' i-p jt from worms three or four years.
Jg .*** China or GUM-M Ware is neatly
M- o/i ly Oii iabd by < orneiitiiig the
' ■ : edge* wit/, el.i-tiy cum while
moWANDA INSURANCE AGENCY.
H. B. M'KEAN
Agent tor tlie following well known a*d -eliiole Insur
ance Companies :
NEW ENGLAND INSURANCE Co.— Hartford, Conn.
A SETTS "244.07$ 15
KENSINGTON INSURANCE CO. — Philadelphia.
WYOMING INSURANCE COMPANY.
Capital and Sut*p!us $150,000
Stock not called in ..... $50,000
Bills receivable 40,0i>0
U. S. 5-20 Bonds ...... 25,000
Temporary and call Loans .... 6.000
105 shares Wyoming Bank Stock - - -
50 shares First Nat. Bank at Wilkes-Bnrre, - 5,000
70 •' Sec. •' " " - 7,000
46 shares Wilks-Burre Bridge Stock - • 2,580
Reai Estate 1,519
Due from Agents and others ... 7,414
Cash in hand and in Bank 1,842
G. M. Hollenback, L. D. Shoemaker,
R. D. Lacoe, John Richards,
H. M. Hoyt. Charles A. Miner,
Samuel Wadhams, O. Collins,
Stewart Pierce, Cbas. Porrancc,
Wm. S.Ross, G.M. Harding.
G. M. HOLLENBACK, President.
L. 1). SHOEMAKER, Vice-President.
12. C- SMITH , Sec'y.
H. B. M'KEAN. Agent, Towanda, Pa.
LUZERNE INSURANCE AGENCY.
.ETNA INSURANCE Co— Hartford,
A SSETS $3,000,000
FULTON INSURANCE Co.—New York,
* "METROPOLITAN INSURANCE CO., * A
CAPITAL $1 ,4000,000
ROYAL INSURANCE CO.,
LIVERPOOL A LONDON INS. CO.,
CAPITA! $5 ,000,000
LIFE INSURINCE—CONNECTICUT MUTUAL.
Ac" Policies issued for the .Etna, Fulton aud Metro
politan, and Orders received for Insurance upon favora
ble terms. R. C. .-MITH, Agent,
H. B. M'KEAN, Agent, for the above Companies at
HOMER CAMP, Agent, Camptowu, Pa.
Sept. 4, '65.
FIRE, LIFE, and ACCIDENTAL INSUR
OVER SEVENTEEN MILLION DOLLARS!
C. S. RUSSELL, Agent,
roil THE FOLLOWING NAMED RELIABLE COMPANYS :
GIKARD FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY )
Capital and surplus, over $350,000
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Of New-York. j
Capital and surplus, over $3,750,000
INSURANCE COMEASY OF NORTH AMERICA, )
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. f
Capital aud surplus, over $350,000
AKTIC INSURANCE COMPANV, )
Of New- York. J
Capital and surplus, over $750,000
PUTNAM INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Of Hartford, Conn. J
Capital and surplus, over $704,000
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Of New- York. )
Capital and surplus,over $8,000,000
TRAVELLERS INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Of Hartford, Conn. f
Capital and surplus, over $600,000
Risks taken on all kinds of Property, at as low rates
as by any other reliable Companies.
*- Policies issued and losses, if any, adjusted at
this Agency, thereby saving the trouble aud expense.of
going elsewhere tor settlement.
*" Office at the Hurdwhere Store of Codding A
Russell C. 8. RUSSELL.
Towanda, Feb..", 1866.- tf
rjpOWANDA INSURANCE AGENCY!
Policies issued,Jl.osscs adjusted and promptly paid, by
H. P.. MICE AN, Agent,
Of the following well known aud reliable Companies.
OQice Montanye's Block.
Aggregate Amount of Capital, $17,000,000
JEBTNA INSURANCE COMPANY, )
Hartford, Conn., J
NIAGARA INSURANCE COMPANY, )
.Vert- York, (
NEW ENGLANO INSURANCE COMPANY. i
Hartjoi d, ( en 71., f
W YOMINU INSURANCE COMPANY, )
Wilkes-Banc, Pa., j
NORTH AMERICAN TRANSIT INSURANCE CO., )
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., I
Hartford, Conn., (
KENSINTON FIRE INSURANCE CO., )
Towanda, Feb. 20, I*66—tf
rr II E INSURANCE COMPANY OF
I NORTH AMERICA.
Office No. 242 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
This Company are now prosecuting the bu-incss of
Insurance from loss or damage by FIRE on Buildings,
Merchandise, Furniture, Ac., throughout the State of
Pennsylvania, on liberal terms .for long or short periods;
or permanently of Buildings, by a deposit of Premium.
lie: prompt payment of claims for losses during tbe
period of nearly 70 years that the Company has been in
esistenoe. entitle- them to the confidence of the public.
DIRECTORS.— Arthur G. Coffin, Samuel W. Jones, John
A Brown, Charles Taylor, Ambrose White, Jno. R.NcfT,
Richard i>. Wood, Wm. Welsh, Wm. E. Bowen, James
N. Dickson, S. Morris Wain, John Mason, Geo. L. Aar
rison, Francis 12. Cope, Edward H. Trotter, Edward S.
Clarke, Wm. Cuminings. ARTHUR G. COFFIN, Pres'nt.
< • RUSSELL, Agent, Towanda.
IT* AIIM Kl2 SMI T(' AL I' 11 1K IN SI'RAN'CE
OF MIDDLE PENNSYLVANIA,
Office in Danville, Montour County, Penn'a.
Capital .... $357,000 00
Tbe Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Mid
die Pennsylvania was incorporated by the Pennsylvania
Legislature, in the year lss'J, for the Mutual Insurance
of Conntry property only, and immediately thereafter
commenced its operations on that principle, which has
been strictly adhered to since.
All losses have been promptly paid out of the Premi
ums collected on application for insurance without mak
ing any assessments.
The,lnsurance of Country property only, the low rates
charged for Insurance .and the prompt payment of losses
are deemed a sufficient recommendation of the Farmers
Mutual Eire Insurance Company of Middle Pennsylva
nia, to ill owners of safe class country property.
P. JOHNSON, Sec'y. WM. FULMKR, I'rcs t.
C. M. MANVILLE.
March 5, '66. Agent, Towanda, Pa.
JJXIOX CARRIAGE SIIOP,
AT ALBA, PENN'A.
The undersigned respectfully informs the citizens of
Western Bradford that he his commenced the Carriage
and Wagon manufacturing business, in all its various
branches in Alba borough, in the shop north of the
Union Hotel. His foreman in the wood-shop will be N.
M. REYNOLDS, who is well known to the people of
this vicinity, having been in the business for the last 16
years. He will manufacture to order, and keep constant
ly on hand the latest styles of Buggys, both top and
< ; en. Platform, Democrat and Skeleton Wagons, Sleighs,
Cutters, Ac. His work will be done by the most ex
perienced workmen,and great care will be taken in pro
[.urring the best timber, and the most substantial ma
terials . He intends that the work turned out at his shop
for style, durability and cheapness, .-hall not be excelled
in the County. REPAIRING of all kinds done with des
patch .in a subtantial manner on reasonable terms
Give us a call. JAMES McINTYRE,
. i, Iliad:..rd County, Pa.. Feb. 2u, 1*66 -ly
r U T H E R ' S M ILLS,
The proprietor, having rebuilt bis Flouring Mill in Bur
lington. and taken pains in selecting articles, aud the
most improved machinery, it is now completed in order
r or all kinds of Flouiiug.
CUSTOM WORK DONE AT SHORT NOTICE.
villi cheerful attendants, who will see to your wants in
food oi icr and with general satisfaction.
WCish paid for Grain.
April 17,1866. EOSWELL LUTHER. '
Cj art roare.
ITARDWARK. GODDING & RUSSELL |
LARGE AND WELL SELECTED >TOCK OE GOODS, 1
To which additions are daily being mude, which they
ofler cheap for Cash. A large assortment of
Among the many desirable and beautiful patterns is the
This beautiful stove is unsurpassed for economy in
fuel; is a perfect baker: is the best COOK STOVE in
the market. Among their heating Stoves may be found j
a great variety suitable for every place where stoves are
STOVE PIPE AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Always on hand and made to order.
A large stock manufactured from the very best material
and by experienced workmen. A very ful n
IRON, NIALS AND STEEL,
At New York prices.
HOUSE AND CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS,
TOOLS FOR THE FARMER,
Tools lor the House Joiner and Carpenter—Tools for
Blacksmiths'—Tools for everybody.
WINDOW SASH AND GLASS, PAINTS, OILS AND
VARNISHES, MACHINE OIL AND BENZOLE,
KDROSENE OIL, LAMPS, WICKS AND CHIMNEYS
BELTING, TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
BKITTANNIA AND PLATED WARE,
Pumps, Lend Pipe, < kain Pumps, Water
Pipes, Grindstones and fir lures,
JOB WORK done with dispatch. Lamps repaired.
Fluid Lamps and Lanterns altered and fitted to burn Ke
Grain, Old Iron, Casting and Wrought Scraps, Copper,
Brass, Brittannia, Beeswax, Feathers and Rags taken in
exchange for goods.
Highest price in cash paid for Sheep Pelts and Furs.
jSF OUR GOODS have been purchased on the pay
down system and will be sold fur READY PAY.
JOHN A. CODDING, ) CODDING & RUSSELL,
c. S. BU36BLL. J
Towanda, March 10,1803.
JYJARSHAL RFCT HERS A CO.,
H A 11 D W A R E !
TIN, COPPER, SHEET IRON, AND
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, '
TO WAND A, PENNA.
Store one door south of the Post Office.
R. T. MARSHALL. W. K. MARSHALL. M.M. MERCCP.
MARSHALL BROTHERS k 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 Cash price.
Also, a fiine assortment of
of every style and pattern to suit the public,.
Lamps repaired and changed from Oil and Fluid -o
Particular attention paid to the manufacturing of all
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
We have on hand a fine article of.
GLASS FRUIT JARS,
with improved self-sealing corks, and
HERMETICAL SEALING CANS,
which is one of the best cans used.
June '2O, 1805.
g OMETHING NE W A T
GEORGE H. WOOD'S
PIIOTOC RAP H IC GALI, ER Y ,
He has the pleasure of informing his old friends and
patrons, that lie is now prepared to make the new and
beautiful style of
GE M FEItROT YPE S ,
mounted on cards very cheap.
Also. Mclainotypcs for Lockets, Cases, or Frames, as
well as all kinds ot
P II 0 T 0 G R A P II s
AS BEFORE IN
T H BEST ST Y L E OF ART.
Views taken of Honses on short notice.
C 0 P Y IN G D 0 X E T 0 0RI) E R
In a few days.
AL L WO R K WARRA NTE D .
Albums kept on hand and will be sold cheap.
G. H. WOOD.
Dec. C, 1861.
pIIOTOG RAP n I C GALL ER Y
1). W. HUGHES
Informs the public that he has removed his Photograph
ic Gallery, to Montanye's lot, east jidc of Main St., two
doors below Beidleman's Block, where he is now pre
pared to take Photographic Likenesses in the highest
style of the art.
Ambrotypes, Melainotypes, and Fereotypes, in Cards,
taken in a superior manner.
A good assortment of Photograph Albums, every
style, kept constantly on hand. Also Photographs
distinguished public men, military and civil, lor sale.
Being now prepared to take Likenesses in the best
manner, he is confident that he can give satisfaction to
all who may call.
Towauda, April 3; 1566.
JT E W PLANING MILL.
The undersigned having hnilt a ;!arge and commodious
Mill in the Borough of Towanda, and tilled it with fthe
most modern and improved machinery, lor the manufac
WINDOW SASH, A- BLINDS,
are prepared to fill orders, whether large or small, upon
the shortest notice. W c have also a large variety ot
MOULDINGS, of the latest style and pattern, which we
can furnish much cheaper than they can be worked by
and all other work pertaining to Joinery, will be done to
suit our customers.
Persons building, and not. living more tlian twelve or
fourteen miles distant, will find it largely for their inter
est to buy of us, or bring their lumber and have it
worked by our machinery. Bring your grist ot Floor
ing. or other lumber, and while your team is feeding,
have it ground out and take it home with you.
We will pay CASH for PINE A HEMLOCK LUMBER
delivered at our lumber yard. Come and see us, or i!
yon can't come, write.
L. B. DODGERS A CO.
Towanda, Feb. 8, 1864.
gE W I X" G MAI! II INE 8 !
Having taken the Agency of the two be.it Machines
WHEELER k WILSON, AND SINGER.
We are now ready to supply all.
WMACHINES SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES"**
*#" No mistake— the above makes auk tue best -**
*S~ i lie wotk of these Machines is alike ou both sides
and will nut ravel, just come and try it."**
*ST" Silks, Thread, Oil, Soap, Needles, Oil Cans, Needle
Cases, and extras kept on hand at our i-tore ."**
*WWe sell the thing that always pleases.-**
Call and see our samples and get our prices.
„ „ WIOKHAM A BLACK,
Nov. 20, 1865. Towanda, Pa.
WARD HOUSE, TOWANDA,' PENN'A
On Main Street, near the Court House.
0.1.8, 1800. C. T. SMITH, Proprietor.
FJ 1 0 PRU IT GEO WE R ST~
P. B. SHELDON'S '
PAT EN T COM P 0 SITI 0 N I
Destroying Honrs .tnJ other Insects that Infest Droit
and Ornamental Trees.
After twelve years' experience and experiment in.,
the subscriber takes pleasure in introducing to the puc
lie this valuable composition, which has been thorough
tested, and is rev mmended by popular nurserymen.
The highly concentrated fertilizing properties ofjthe
ingredients (being composed entirely ol Sulphates and
Alkalies) makes it an inestimable and almost indispen
sible acquisition to the Parmer and Pruit Grower. It
effectually exterminates the Borer, it relieves the tree
of all rough bark and moss, leaving a smooth, healthy,
green surlace, and in every way promoting a vigorous
and healthy growth to the tree.
We, the undersigned, have examined fruit trees that
hive la-en treated with P. B. Sheldon's Composition,and
take pic sure in saying that the effect is most apparent
alio wcudi ilul, and believe it to be a very valuable dis
1-oveiy, and would recommend it to all cultivators of
fruit aud Iruit trees. We would further state, th at we
are personally acquainted with P. B. Sheldon and know
him to be a man ol unquestionable integrity.
A. Chapiu, Piattsburg, S. B. Howe, l'enri Yan,
Albigeuse Waldo, " Chauiicey Gillett, Pultcncy,
H. U. Poskett, " J. T. Upson, Huron,
Wm. B.Pratt, " Hiram Sheldon, "
George Ardell, " I>. 1). Gregory, Prattsburg,
J. L. McCarrick, " J. H. Hotchkiu, "
J. B.Johnson, Naples, Hon. Wm. B. Boyd, "
(all of State of N. \ .) W.W. Lewis, Indianapolis.
tOr Individual, Town. County and State Bights for
sale. Send for Circular. Address
P. B. SHELDON, Prattsburg. N. Y.
S. B. HOWE, Peun Yan, N. Y., Agent lor Pennsylva
CAUTION.—Some persons bus been disposed to im
pose upon the public some worthless preparation pur
porting to be edstructive to Borers and other Jusects and
selling it to farmers at all kinds of prices, .with a view
to mislead the pubiic by having.popular nurserymen's
names attached thereto. The public is to understand
that there is not, nor never has been any Composition
that ever proved successful but P. B. Sheldon's Patent
Composition, as abundance of living witnesses can tes
tily, aud it will pay any party or parties desiring an in
test therein to go to Prattsburg, Steuben County, N. Y.,
and witness the astonishing effects it has produced in
the last live years. Any infringement on said Patent
either in material or application will be rigedly in
forced. Oct I, 1866.—2w
Q. 0 0 I> II A 11 G A I N S
WICK II A M A BLAO K\S ,
Wishing to close out our stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
We are now ottering them at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
This is no humbug. We are hound to sell. A large
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHS,
The largest stock of
AND YELLOW WARE,
Ever brought to this market, will be opened in a
D LOOD & CO.,
still Manufacture the best
DORS E P 0 W E R S ,
THRESHERS AND CLEANERS,
THRESHERS ANI) SEPARATORS,
FANNING MILLS, Ac., A-., Ac.
All of which we furnish at the Lowest Prices.
CALL AND SEE, AT TIIK NEW SHOP.
Athens, I'a., Aug. 10, IS6G.—tf.
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(J U N S HOP!
GUNS, RIFLES AND PISTOLS.
J. V. GKIGKR, would respectfully inform the publi c
that he has opened his
On the north side of the Public Square, near the Court
House, where may be found Double and Single Barreled
Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Pistols, Cartridges, Ac.
Keys fitted to Doors, Trunks and Padlocks.
Particular attention given to repairing, aud all
work warranted. J. V. GEIGER.
Towarida, Aug. 2G, 1366.—6 m .
AM ERICAN HOTEL,
Having purchased this well known Hotel 011 Bridge
Street, 1 have refurnished and refitted it with every
convenience for the accommodation of all who may pat
ronize mc. No pains will be spared to make ail pleas
ant and agreeable. J. S. PATTERSON . Prop.
_May 3, '66.—tf.
POCKET CUTTLERY LOWER THAN
A at any other establishment in town, at the
Drugs anb iHcfoictnee.
YYN. POSTER'S OLD DRUG STORE.
Already admitted to be
The safest nod most approved
DRUG HOUSE IN :'i iRTHERN PENNSYLVANIA,
Anu.stabli.shed reputation for keeping the best medicine
In its facilities and apparatus for compounding and pre
MEDICINE AND PRESCRIPTIONS,.
Conducted by thoroughly competent persons, whodt vo
the most carete I attention, pay the strictest regard
to accuracy, and use only selected arti
cles, and medicines of unques
tioned purity, has become
THE CASH DRUG STORE
With prices revised to correspond with the market. '
W HOLE SALE AND RETAIL,
ALL ARTICLES WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
By recent arrangements with the Manufacturers, Impor
ters or First Holders of Goods audCash Purcha
ses,the prices will always be attkelow
est point for Prime Goods.
LOWER FIGURES THAN EVER IN
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS, DRUGS AND
Everything in this extensive stock will be sold
Chenfor Cash !
PRICES REDUCED, VIZ:
OP SOAPS, PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, COMBS.
POCKET KNIVKS AND RAZORS,
L AMPS A N I) M A TE RI AL 8 FOR la IOH T.
TRUSSES k SUPPORTERS,
WINES AND LIQUORS, ONLY FOR MEDICINE.
TORACCO AND SNUFF.
ALL THE POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES,
Tft'Tll, SKIN AND HAIR I'REI'AKATIONB,
FANCY ARTICLES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
Eclectic, Botanic and J lonar.ojia thic Medicines
Spices, Hint Seed, Lamp Shades and Hardi n Seeds.
FISH TACKLE, AMMUNITION, Ac.
Constituting the most complete assortment, embracing
the great wants of the People, reduced in Price,
and revised for the Cash System.
DR. PORTER'S COAL OIL.
DR. PORTER'S CAMPHENE!
DR. PORTER'S ALCOHOL!
DR. PORTER'S BURNING FLUID 1
Are Fresh, daily prepared, and unrivalled by any in the
D 1! . PO I; TEE'S PI!E PA RATIONS
FOR FAMILY USK.
Known as Safe and Reliable Remedies .are warranted fo
what they are intended to give satisfaction,
Dr Porter's Pectoral Syrup price 30 cents
Dr Porter's Family Embrocation •' 35 "
Dr I'orter'.-, Tonic Eiixer " 100 "
Dr Porter's Worm Syrup " 50 "
Dr Porter's Cemp. Syr. Hypophosphitcs.. " 100 "
Dr Porter's Uterine Tonic " 150 "
Dr Porter's Blackberry Balsam " 3 "
Dr Porter's Tooth Ache Drops " 25 "
Dr Porters Cephalic Snuff. " 25 "
Dr Porter's Tooth Powder •' 50 "
Dr Porters Tricogene " 50 "
Dr Porter's Trioophile " 50 "
Dr Porter's Shampoo " 59 <
Dr Porter's Horse and Cattle Lotion " 50 "
Dr Porter's Horse and Cattle Powder " 35 "
Dr Porter's Bed Bug Poison 3.-, • •
Dr Porter s Black ink < 25 '•
Dr Porter's Cleansing Fluid " 374
Dr Porter's Rat and Mice Poison " 35 •
Dr Porter's Citrate Magnesia " 35 •<
Dr Porter's Worm Wafers •• 35 <■
MEDICAL ADVii'F GIVEN GRATUITOUSLY AT
Charging only for Medicine.
•*" Thankful for : . -> '! • ..-r:il j Aronage would respect
fully announce to hi- friends and the public thatuo pain
shall be snared to satisfy and merit the continuance of
theircontidence and patronage.ai the
C A S 11 D If U G -TORE!
Corner of Main and Pinestreeta.
rr IFE ;KTXA AND THE FOKTLAND
.ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
ASSETS , J ULY 1 , 18G 0 .
C.i.-h on hand in bank and with Agents...# 257,320 00
United States stock. ...' *13.277 25
Real estate, unencumbered 90,359 05
State Stocks 197.ti00 00
New York Bank S'ocks s;;i 170 on
Hartford Bank Stw ks 270,810 00
Mucellabeons Bank Stocks 139500 00
Railroad Stocks,etc .... 273,067 50
Mortgage Bonds, City County ,v r. i:....'. i,oil|t3B 60
Total $1,075,430 :,5
L I A DILI T I K S .
Losses unadjusted and not due $221,23(1 35
Net, $3,854,594 20.
Income lor last year (net) $2,933,399 91
Or a da ily income of say $9,300.
losses and Expenses lor same time $2,541,394 39
Total Losses paid in 47 years $19,127,410 uo
Viz: Fire, 17,243,000 99. Inland, $1,884,409 07.
Government and State Taxes paid #179,178 34
Loss BY PORTLAND FIRE, JULY 4rn.
The total amount covered by /Etna Policies on pro
perty destroyed or damaged is #.u1,*54, on which sal
vage will be about 5 per cent. Our total loss will not
vary much from #200,000, and is being promptly adjust
ed and paid. 1 his sum is 5 percent, upon the assets, a
figure but . lightly exceeding our government and state
taxes paid last year, or a 1 roportion equal to a SSOOO
loss lor a company ot SIOO,OOO assets.
The necessity for insurance and Ihe value of the
wealthy, strong corporations, is forcibly illustrated by
this lire Several weak Insurance Companies are des
troyed. Portland Fas a population of 35,000; I was
handsomely buiit, mostly tine inlek er stoss structures
—protected and screened with np raids of 3000 shade
trees—bounded on three sides by water—indeed, liter
ally, almost rising from the "ccau--and with a good
steam fire department— yet it has $10,000,000 of prop
erty consumed in a few h mrs—up >ll a holiday when its
people are least occupied-from the very insignificant
cause of a contemptible fire cracker.
Ucmen-.'-er the tnilling origin ot fires that sweep
away m a lew hours the linings ot years. Consider
your best interests and give the .Etna agent a call it
you need proper Insurance security. Policies issued at
lair term-. If. B. McKEAN, Agent.
Towanda, Aug. 11, lsou.
ipWENTY-FIYE YEARS EXPERIENCE
X IN DENT ISTRY. I. S. SMITH, M. D., wonbl re
spect fully inform the inhabitant.-, of Bradford County
that he is permsnantiy located in Waverly, N.Y., where
he has been in the practice ot lii- profa sion for the past
four years. He would say that from his loug andsno
-1 ■ sful practice ot 25 years duration, lie is familiar with
a!! the different styles of work done in any anil all Den
tal e iatilishmenls in-city or country, and i* befeer pre
pared than any other Dental operator in the vici-.itv to
do woik the best adapted to the many ami different
cases that presi i.t themselves oitentimes to the Dentist,
as he understands the art ot making his owu artificial
teeth, and has facilities lor doing the same. To those
requiring under sets of teeth he would call attention to
his new kind ot work which consists ol porcelain (or
both plate and teeth, and forming a continuous gum. It
is more durable, morenaturai in appearance, and much
better adapted to the gum than any other kind of work.
Those in need of the same ire invited to call and exam
ine specimens. Teeth tilled to last for years and often
t mes for lite. Chiorofoi m, ether, and "ffitnm* oxide"
administered with perl, ct sjlety. as over lour hundred
patient - withiu the last lour years can testitv.
1 will be in Towanda from the 15th to 30th of every
month, at the office o> W.K. TAYLOR, (formerly oc
cupied by Dr. O. H. Wc wbulf ) Having made arrange
ments with dr. Taylor, 1 am prepared to do all work in
1 tie very best style, at his office.
Nov. 27,1865. yl.
IV'- "• WESTON, DENTIST. Office
-iA in Patton's Block, over Barstow A Gore's Drug
and Chemical Si ors. lj-inilG
rPHE OLD BAKERY REVIVED!
PETTES k 110YEY,
Are now receiving a fresh supply of Nuts, Fruits and
Candies, at the old Stand on Main .Street opposite the
Court House. Also an assortment of
F A MILY GROCERIES,
Such as Teas, Sugars, Coffee, Saleratus, Molasses,
Syrup, Spices, Ac., Ac., which will be sold as cheap as
can be bought iu the borough ot Towanda or elsewhere.
GOOD GREEN TEA FOR sl, PER POUND.
Kept constantly on hand,
BREAD, BUSCUIT, PIES, CAKES, &C.,&C.,
At the Towanda Bakery.
Crackers by the barrel or pound, at the Bakery.
PETTES A HOVEY,
May 7, -tl.
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS AT COST,
i'i at the NEWS ROOM.
IMIOMAS J. INGHAM, ATTOtINE \
. AT LAW, LAPORTE,SuiliVui.Cottulv,Pa.
DR .E. 11. M A SON, PU YSICI A V AA I
SURGEON ,oHe\e his professional s- <ri< -to the
people of Towanda and vicinity. Office ;-t . id'-: '
on Pinostrcet, where he canalwuye Ih-D.
D. MONTANVK, ATT(,i.
JT NT. Y AT /.AlV—tt ffice ii. I i inn i .
ly occupied by J as. Ma ki.akk.
\Vr T. I)AVIES, Attorney ;it Law, To-
T T • wanda, Pa. Office with Wrn. Watkin.s, Esq
Particular attention paid to Orphans' Court busiues
and settlement of decedent- estates. 25—12.
VI ERCUR A MORROW, Attorneys at Low,
J.T_l_ To wanda, Peun'a,
The undersigned having associated themselves togeth
er in the practice oi Law, offer their professional ser
vices to the public.
ULYSSES MERCUR, P. D. MOHKOW.
March !, 1805.
|A L. ANDRUS, Ltcentied Auctioneer,
JJi* Canton, Bradford county, Pa., having had much
experience, offers his services to the public. Address
by letter, or otherwise.
Canton, July 18, 1805.
I>ATRIGK A PECK, Attorneys at LAW,
Offices :—ln Union Block, Towanda, Pa., formerly
occupied by Hon. Wm. Elvvell, and in Patrick's block,
Athens, Pa. They may be consulted at cither place.
H. W. PATKICK, apll.'S W. A. fWI
nil. McKEAN, A TTOBNE YA COUN
.• BELLOR AT /.All'. Towanda, Pa. Par
ticular attention paid to business in the Orphans' Court.
July 20, 1866
HENRY PELT, Attorney at Law, Towan
la, Pa. juu27, CO.
W H. CARNOCHAN, ATTORNEY
T * • A T I.A IV, Troy. Pa. Special attention giveu
to collecting claims against the Government for Bounty,
Back Pay and Pensions. Office with K. it. Parsons, Esq.
I)WARD OVERTON Jr., Attorney at
_Cj Law, Towanda, Pa. Office in Moritanyes Bio k
over I-'rost's Store. July 13th, 1886
HENRY A. RECORD, M. I), Physician
and Surgeon, having perinanantiy located in To
wanda, would respectfully olfi r hi prole—tonal services
to the citizens of the place a vioinity. Office, at J. A.
Record's Store. Jan. 30, "00.
lOHN N. C A LIEF, ATTORNEY A1
LAW, Towanda, Pa. Also, Government Agent
or the collection oi Pensions, Back Pay and Bounty.
*' No charge unless successful. Office over tin
Post Office and News Room. Dec. 1, 1864.
OIL STILES, M. D., Phyi -ion A Suryc,,n
• Warren Centre, Bradford County, Pa.
i Office formerly occupied by Dr. McKee Visits mad*
with promptness. Particular attenti n given to tin
treatment of Chronic cases, and Diseases incident to fe
males and children. Office terms Cash.
Dr. Stiles Ls a graduate oi the -'Philadelphia Univer
sity of Medicine and Surgery," where lie led tw
full courses of Lectures, he also attended the clinic,
lectures of the "Bleckley Hospital" tor two winters am
j took a special course on Bandaging, operative and mi
| Dec. 20, 1 "Co.
I?DWARD M E EKS—AUCTIO N EER.—
A'A ,\U I. tic . addle- ed t) hint at Sugar Run Brad
ford Co., Pa., will receive prompt attention. MayT'ooti
EL I'ILST, Painter, Toivanda,
'JL Pa, with 10 years •••ri-u is c .lident he can
give the la-st ..'i- cti 'i in Painting. Graising. Stain
in-', Glazing, l'apering, Ac. Particular attention
paid to Jobbing in the c antry. April ti, 'oO.
E W ARRAXG EME N T !
A MAMMOTH FURNITURE STORE,
| TOWANDA, BRADFORD COUNTY, I'ENN'A.,
WITH REDUCED PXICES.
JAM E S 0. FRO S T
Would respectfully announce to the people of Brad
ford and the adjoining counties, that lie has purchased
the Store, on the south side oi the Public Square, tor
merly occupied by < HESTER WELLS ; and also the
Store on Main sure t, ti.iriu-.rly occupied by J. W.M - uus
as a Gr.. try Store, and having ami.- - tea the same, has
now the largest and best Furniture Ware Room to be
found tliL due ol the > i'y oi N~i w Y< :k. And he would
furthermore announce that he has in the same the iarg
e-t and best stoi k of Furniture ever offered in this Mar
k't, or to he louud in X- iheru I'eunsylvania. to which
(-e.stant addition- will he made from Boston, New-York
Rochester and various other places to minn-rons to mea
ts- u all ot which will be -old a' lower prices than any
other dealer >•'- -ale of X- .v York, wiii sell the .-amc
I qr. ility of gods.
| ,'ly stock eon.-1-ts in part ot
MARBLE and WiiOlf TOP CENTRE TABLES,
MARBLE and WOOD TOP HALL VI'ANDS,
DINING and EXTENSION TABLES
BUREAUS, STANDS, BEDSTEADS, Ac., Ac
Chairs of every variety and style, as cheap as the
cheapest affd good as the best.
Enameled Chamber Sets, also Oak, Chestnut and
Walnut. Parlor sets in Hair. Cloth, Damask, Moreen,
and Reps, at prices which defy competition. Alto
EASY CHAIRS, and ROCKERS,
CAMP CHAIRS and STOOLS,
II AIR and HUSK MATTRESS IS.
Children's ( ram a.. r UK
LOOKING GLASS PLATES,
CORDS and TASSELS,
In fa t everything in the line usually to be ionnd in a
first class Futniture Store. I sltali also continue to ra ;n
ufa-'ture furniture as usual and warrant the same to give
satisfaction. The public arc invited to call and examine
for themselves, at the store, on .Main street, to doors
south ot Montanyes. My motto is, quick sales and small
Beady made Coffins, Burial Cases. Coffin Plates and
Handles, together with everything in the line of tut 1 i -
taking constantly on hand, with two elegant Hearses.-
Funcrals attended within a circuit of 25' miles on reas
Towanda. Pa., June 20, LS6S. JAMES O. FRO->T.
JP URN ITU RE WARE-ROOMS I
JAMES MAKINSON announces to the puhlv th : in
still continues to manufacture and keep on hand a large
Bureaus, Tables. Bedsteads. Stands, Chain, Ac., ol
every deserini.ui which will be made of the best ma ei i
als, and iu he most workmanlike manner.
1 invite jhe iuection ot the public to my w'ork, whi
shall tic be surpssed in durability,-it any shop in the
country, and my prices will be I tnd to he . s low as the
time- will admit.
Rttady-mude Coffins constantly on hand or tr. tde to ol
der. A gooil Hearse will be furnished when desired.
Aug. 15, 1805.
JJEW FURNITURE STORE !
Having rented the Furniture Ware-rooms formerly oc
cupied by i'\ N. Page. Athens, pa., would now say to
tie pultons 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 selected, and for
Will not he undersold by any. Call and examine my
stock before purchasing. 1 retain the Workmen of the
old establishment, and
MR. N. I. HART
Will have change of the business and Manufacturing, in
shott we have the finest Stock ot Goods in oar line west
ol New York, consisting of
Chamber-Setts, Sofas, Bureaus, Marble-top
Centre Tables, Extension
and Dining Tables, Chairs, Bedsteads,
Mirrors, Picture Frames,
Photograph Ovals, Cord and T a sac is,
Oil Cnrtins, Toilet Stands, Work-Boxes,
COFFINS AND BURIAL CASES.
Our Undertaker's Department will at all times be
well supplied with everything in that Hue. Wc have
In this section, not evcepting anything west oi New
York, and will attend Funerals within a circuit of
Twenty Miles, on reasonable terms.
G. H. VOORHIS.
N. I. Haiit, Agent.
Athens, Jan. 25,1806.—1y
G°° b N!:us - wSluoS ;.;n !iK!)
Tflli ruiCS OF CLOTH IK,,
GONE DOWN WITH <; „ , ~
IV/. m-i „t .. k of good, will m <•- i ..
141 " " <wrk*l w now open for i'. S ; •
bTORE OF R. \\\ l;i> nv
Bought s-nce the f.'ll of Gold and ti; f. ...
winenable him to ' - :.
low agureH, ami tin (1. liro-In pr;... • .
al *ic stylish, rio i .. In vuxle. 's o
*■ |W • ,: ' i guaranteed us
sale. My good- r.real
THE LATEST FASHION.-
Ami equal to the brut . ;ty custom made ,
As usual the be it quality all wool '" to o
Black Frock Coats,
Bu k Doe Paata ami Vt ata
I.lncn Coats. Du.iters, atd l'urji.
The Latest Style I i'.e Silk Hats. , ,
straw, I'anuina and ( ■■ lb li.it- v, '. •
; lagHgre Bhlrta Collars Neck T'M ..
peuders. Under Shirts at.u Drawei
I Euglish Hal! 110-e Over Alls, r Shir I !
kerchiefs. Ladies Cine Mcroc o T: ie!
ID fact everything usually lound in „ , ■ .
Qwuaauri Furnishing store. •<
Goods at a fair prices re cheaper ..."' i *f' :
price. Ail good- sold at one price, nJ bant '
teasing to make an offer, but <■-, ••'p.; l '* l ""
name goods „!. the same prii e, " .. *
Bottom of lire market. All < ;.j...'
narked down to the gold b.i il( j
'*"11 be sold regard k-s, of sa. ri
.i-c. It you t.u.jl g'sjti
goods at a fair price
go to EDM s,
where you will tiud
him ready to show hi- goods
and sell thein tin at the in- - ;
ue to cone pond w !h .
uiiu.l ttie place to I 1, well I •
Clothing is at 11. W. EDDY 'S, next.!to How
Towanda, Jan. 7, 1--"3. R- . EDDY
/JLOTIIING ! CLOTHING !
I BEADY MADE AND MADE TO ORb.
J. M. COLLINS,
i lt door South of Codding & Russell'-, has
j from New York a large and atnietiv*
NEW WINTER CLOTHING.
Our slock comprises every article worn ' . .
hove, 511 "
PILOT AND REAVER OVLRCOA !> . vT ~
11Y BUSINESS SUITS OF ALI '
COATS, PANTS. vk.VIS, -iuVrV
COLLARS, VIC TIES, b p if . '
. Ei;S, DBAWI li- &,
OENTS FU R N ISIII N 0 G0 01) s
Of every description.
j Especial attention is called to our sto-.k of
CICIHS. c ASS 1 MER ES AND VMT I Xt; ,
Whica we will make tip to order on short notice
A nice line of Fancy Cassimers f..r Pan't and Coats
Latest style Hats and Caps. Gents Fur Collars.
Cutting done to order on short notice.
Bear in mind if yon wish to hny Clothing CIIF'P
and a-go ul an represented, call at
Terms C:mh. COLIC.v
T iwmnda, in7. i-oi.
STYLE AND I,H.\l'iV
KOW IS VOEH TIME TO
YOUR CLOTHING CHEAY AT YOUR OWN ;..
Fft"CLAIM IT TO THE PE'iCLE,
Justreceived—a large stock of Fall nd Wiut r<
ing si J . CORN'S ELsrira Bran hi thing St
Hays coolly, boldly and deliberately, that he tak ..
iuremost of ti. ('iuthi.u Mer o.Tits ol IV.v,.
Eigtheen hundred at: sixty-one *
lightawdbeauty ot Spring shines upon i.j- :
Ca.-h. chtvi.-r than any other man - my..-
I i. a-b.
t t t warrant I hem •. .•!! n ode. Enough tor :• ■ *
•Irate everything in the line u
CLOTHING, GENTS KURNIMiI.M, good .
t'Ai'-, &C-. AC.
That is kept In any other St' r. in loan.
their. adlng ;■ re they e.in do the I ■ -i. regardless o
ihe crc o- and s -ur looks n old f >gy •. r .'.antv I invdt
yon to come and see me—country as well is the city an
invited —every person,rich or poor, i _ . r lev.. ...id
ree are invited to - ail.
At JOHNSHLAM'S Clothing Store, . toH.a
Mercur a Dry -■ Main Street, . . da.!..
s. Wt wi-li I . 1.... ; lidei-iee.i. th.il we .ilt !!• !' K
undersold . y... y min, • mlinationof men.
W N . ..i- • '.iugosr Goods.
Towanda, March 1-'. 1862. J. COBS.
|Q RE A T RE D I" C TION
In prices of
STRING. AND SUMMER CLOTHING,
and Boys we.::.
Moat of these goods are m.. .of.'.. • -.red Ei; :essly f
O U ii TRADE.
Huv .gj .-t returned trom the ... : ,rn .al W-: D
Maikets with cneo: the
LARGEST STOCKS EVER 0! Eli >
We. it aa early c.'.l! and ex.. .:i:i it: >n ei ear
aortaent, which cannot be he.it in i s
STYLE A N 1) Q U A L 1 T 'i
Our stock ot lI.VTS are ol the !.:<-! style,■ ->tp
WHITE Si. SPANISH LINEN SHI GTS,
COLLARS, TIES, SUSPENDED
LINEN & PAPER ClTi" ,-0'
Which will be - >ld at low prices.
Those wishing t J bay, will find it to their nJTantare
to rill buiore buying elsewhere, ii--. .vur • the !'•' "•
SOLOMON i •' Y
No. 2. 1 atton'- Hi'"-*•
j Toi a i la. May 1. "06. -
J EF F DAV I S ESOA I' E I'!
How many heart. will barn with i. ligti.it it:
ing this announcement. But we counsel J':' 1 .
your feelings ot iuuignniion for a future pcria.!■
though tlii- arch traitor has escaped being Uaag or
!he l'nbli'* arc requested to call at
. WARNER'S JEWELRY STORE,
And ex mine hi- splendid stock ot Watelies an i 'o*L
ryot the latest designs and elaborate liuish, win-. |J "
Iteiug sold at
VERY LOW I' ICES.
He also keeps tlie eric' rat 1 S. fit Thuat .< <■
American ami Swiaa Watchea. Other artk w
kept in a store ol this kind. BraraUr tta pu®.
ton's Bio k. N. B.—Watches, Clocks and Awe -.'
paired and warranted. ....
A. M. WARN.
Towanda, June 20. If MS. -6na.p.
RIAGES, WAGONS, SLEIGH.- '
THE OLD ESTABLISHMENT FULL IN OPERATION
FELLOWS, CRANDALL A CO..
Successors to Reynolds, Fellows & Co., arc n *
and are prepari Ito turui.di -m si.- y' neti.e. 'V
Carriages ami S eighs, ot ail descriptions and u-
test and most approved style, and of t.se ot ' a!i .
at the old stand -.j ;• )-.ife the Ihdon lb-- '• '•>
tra! part ol AH a Borough. Br.tuiord I <-t • • .. .
The puhli- are assured thai the reputat. a * ,
has a 'quired duri rg tl • last six years under tfc
infer, ion,' of J 11. Fell >ws, will be mor "...j.-re !' e
taiued, as he w ill superintend tue work as m , . ,
having long beiuaud h.,viug hadmu-hexi -
Carriage and Sleigh Buildei _ woutd '^ab
that .10 pains will be sp irrd by the a. .oe ••• i - uan kfal
the establishment worthy . r'm .. patronarf a .
as one of the old firm for the Y,'\
ded, we hope to merit a cm.t tam • mecktf-
N. B.—Wc, the undersigned, bstng tra> -■ ric( -
ics.can manuiaeture and offer t ■ the p , O WS,
that will defy competition. JAd - , v xuaLl.,
J (i. MtlKllY
Alba Borough, April 15,1866. ')'•