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Hints About Work.
kp_i of- New England,.-to
say nothin of our readers in 'New .
Scotland or even farther north, may I
smile at the idea of our dropping
hints about spring work for Febru
ary,and congratulate themselves that
they have two months of winter yet ;
as the old salt, in the midst of a roar
ing north-easter, expressed his su
'preme pity for "them unhappy folks
a-shore now." Nevertheless, we, of
a milder climate, can stand it very
wellnot , to have the thermometer go
belowzero more than twice a week,
in December and January,and to have
a thaw in February that will give us
a eiance to do a good. deal of spring,
work important to do early.
Field Work—lf the snow is ,-off
from the fields, the opportunity, is' a
good one to pick up stones. ' Cart
- them off from the mowing and grain
fields in the mornings, while the
ground is frozen The grass fields
may be gone over with a sharp hoe,
and all the tussocks of grass or.clods
that stand up above the test of the
field cut off smooth.
Winter Grains.—lf grain does not
look well, and has been thrown by
the frost, apply a light even dressing
4 . : of fine well weathered muck, or soil,
' and roll, or simply roll without the
Grass and Clover Seeds.--These may
be sown toward the end of the month,
if the frostis pretty well out of the
ground and the surface open and fis
sured:. The sowing is easiest done
on a light snow, when the seed may
t,be seen, and an - even cast secured.—
To this end, it is often well to sow in
two directions across the field, and
N sometimes even three, as iii Sowing
grass seed upon a lawn. Suitable
weather for this frequently does not
come until March. avoid sowing
where melting snows will wash the
soil away,or move the seed unevenly.
"The Wood Lot still -furnishes work
in cutting firewood and clearing p
stuff already down, cuttin:t bean
poles, splitting rails and posts, dree
4hg and hauling them. It is a goOa
season to cut pine and hemlock, but
hard wood ought to be cut earlier in
• the season for either firewood or du
• Farm. Hands.—February is the best
month for the employer to engage the
best hands, and it is the best time fur
the hands to make the best engage
ments. , The prices offered to secure
a first-rate man• are usually larger
'now than later.
Seed.—Look out betimes for all the
seed you are likely to - want,-,getting•
samples to test the vitality, and ex
amine the quality before purchasing
' Manure.—Composts may be made
• with two-thirds dry muck, and one
_ third fermenting stable manure, which
will be ready for use in six weeks.—
' ?dock composts, or those made with
peaty material or soil, may be hauled
and spread sitany time. It is also,
' an excellent plan ,to work over all the'
inabure in the yard and barn cellars,
laying it-up in compact rectangular
, heaps, well trodden down.
Animals, toward the closerOf the
winter, often begin to show -rack of
appetite, staring coats, vemin, etc ,
and, if these are neglected, - -more
serious maladies. This indicates
neglect of some-kind, and the master
must look better to his own.
fibs-Card and Currycomb canlar
tlly be too frequently or too thorough
ly-used. They will often exterminate
• lice from colts and calves in a short
time,' if used two or three times a
week upon them. The best article
- we know of for the removal of ver
min is the carbolic acid.soap. Cresy
I:c,soap is, we believe,simply a trade
• name for the name thing. This is
very efficient as a sheep dip r or wash,
at this season, Jimd may be. - applied ,
• without ally danger of poisoning or '
injuring the animals.
Working Stock should not stand
idliC; find some work for them, and,
if Vessible, gradually increase it, that
• theAesril7Not feel plowing and other
hard work!bp and by. • Both horses
and oxen,? used on the road, must sbe
kept sharp shod, to prevent slipping
and disabling themselves on the ice,
aid it is an excellent plan to feed
roots with the grain given to both
horses and cattle, or any other ani
male. . .
Cons.—Pet and handle- constantly,
giving sugar or bits oiroot. There
is often leisure for breaking colts at
This season to both saddle and har
ness. There is seldom need of whip
ping. Coaxing with carrots or sugar
will go twice as far. The results are
more lasting and all fur good; Whip
ping may produce a beneficial result
fur the time being,but the after effect
is onty evil, except with hard cases
which nothing. elSe will effect.
Steers also may fie broken to the
Croke and to labor. This is tistri.ll'y
an easy matter, and it is :-.11 t-xcellent
thing to have the sight.of the yoke
and bow in the IlltiAs.froin the,'
associated with salt or a turnip.—
yoking will be easy ever after.
ORCHARD AND NURSERY.—There is
lyot little of ou4.uf-door work that can
be done i though st the South planting
is in order.
Injured Trees are to be attended to
as soon as the trouble is discovered.
Limbs that are broken; down by ice
and snow are to be/removed, the
wound pared clean,. -and, if it be a
large one,covered with grafting wax.
As the snow disappears, the work of
Rabbits And Mice will show itself.
If the bark-is only partly removed,
put over a thick plaster 431 4 *.aaw ma
nure and clay or loam, and bind it on
with a piece of matting or cloth.—
This Will keep the parts moist and in
good condition to heal when growth
Cions may still be cut. - Pack them
in sawdust ; vr, if put in a tight tip
box, and kept in a cool place, their
sown moisture will keep them plump
and in good condition until it is time
Planting' and Grafting.—The time
for doing these operations will de
pend much upon the locality. We
wish to give the caution not to be in
• a hurry. It is better to delay both
until the cold, drying,winds of spring
are over. Much of the failure in graf•
toiLT is due to its being done too ear
lv,.and many a young tree is dried
up before, its routs 'are in a condition
to receive any moisture • from the
W . HAT is the difference between an
editor and his wife? One sets articles to
rights and one writes articles to set._
Q~roccris ~d `irQniaioiu.
o_Rooray PROVISION AND
IUF hap nom
drat door south of the Ball 'Road
House) would moat respectfully, invite
tendon of the public to /Ids large and, well se
GROCERIES /AND PROVISIONS,
Which he Is selling to suit the tine, , and
purses of all. /Re has also t.pened a splentlid
Which hi well situated .to supply the mum—and
- 11exclay coal region at all times. EIe.JMACM.
constantly on hind a large stock of • --
TEAS, COFFEES, SITOARS,
FLOUR, BUTTER, PORE, &a,
Which he-la sell ag cheap for -cluilp
TM claim of TO - wands and vicinity, will
please accept my thanks for their very liberal
patronage for the last two years, and we
promise with their assistanu, to improve ev
ery opportunity to enlarge our buant. so as
to warrant satisfaction to all. Call and Bee us
Towanda, July 10, 1967.
NEW GROCERY AND PROVI
SION STORE I
THOMAS .1. JONES,
Has opened a new Grocery and Provision Stare
in Patton's Block, in the !Acme formerly o ma;
pled by Solomon & Bon, wboye he noW offer a to
the public a large supply of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Of the best quality, and to by sold at the VERY
LOWEST PRICES. The stock contain s
TEAS, COFFEES, - SUGARS,
SUGARS, &C. ALSO
FLOUR, FEED, MEAL, 4k..c,
In tact everything usually dept In a Oro eery
and Provision Store. which I shall sell as low
as can be bought elsewhere.
air Cash wilt be paid for all kinds,of Conn try
Produst Towanda, Oct 17, 1367
NE - .W GROCERIIESI
W. A. ROCKWELL'S.
PINE APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS
OF ALL KINDS,
AND CANNED OYSTERS
DRIED AP LES,
PEACHES, PRUNES, CHERRIES,
&C., &C.., Sr
TEAS, SUGARS, SYRUPS,
MOLASSES,: COFFEE, SPICES,
Of all lanai, in Net everything in the
GROCER - Y LINE
Will be kept constantly on hand
BUTTER, I.ARD, EGGS, AND EVERY
VARIETY OF FARMERS PRODUCE.
A fresh lot. o f
DRY GOODS OF ALL VARIETIES,
Purchased at tho
LOWEST POINT IN THE MARKET
And ;will beS&Ad as
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST_
TO. THE FARMER;
CASH PAID FOR
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
W. A. ROCKWELL.
y 21, 1662
THE UNPERSIGNED, HAVING
Purchised.the entire interest of
k. H. PATCH,
O in the firm of C. B. PATCH Er now
prepared to offer to the citizen,. of Bradford
County and vicinity, a large aad well selected
Which .I have purchased for Cash and feel coati-
dent that can sell at as low figures as can be
p.rchased elsewhere. I.now offer to the public
13 epleodid s tock of
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS,
Have on hand a large stock a
AKRON FLOUR, OR4RAM DO
RYE DO. BUCKWHEAT DO
I keep constantly on hand, PORK, RAMS,
LAUD and kinds of 17aa. Would call the at-
tention of the pablier to onr Can't Be Beat
STOCK OF TOBACCO,
In quality or price. Jesse Oakley's Celebrated
Landry, New York Chemical and Brown Soap
Please call and examine our stock of
Large assortment of YANKEE NOTIONS
TOILET SOAPS, &e., At. I will pay the high
eat cash price for
Farmer nirive us a call before selling elsewhere
All persons indebted to the :late firm will
please call aid make immediate payment
Towanda, March 12, 1862,,
MUSIC, OR ANY OTHER AR
IL. TICL in our lice, ordered at short notice
of calling at the NEWS BOOM.
W. R. 11.0 ore, (
stint No. 41. Pa •
liasjast been re
pared to supply t
WANTS OP TB
A FULL •SSO
BOT I AtIC, E
AIL THE POP
Nursing Botti •
• r:aaaa •ssoarx
A large supply B ~hes for the Hat and Hair.
Also for the Teel. and Nails, Tooth Pow r
d en , an d ft :.. tea, OBS, Perfnmel7,
Soaps. Com .s, flair Dye, hrlgor- 1
ators.&c., Kerosene, Kerosene 1
Lamps, :hades, Chimneys, . t
Wicks ' ac.. all of tha
-1a e et styles. reazon L
CHOICE CIGARS TOBACCO A D SNIIii,T.
' air Physicians Eriptions care y and pplied at . unable rates.
Medicines and Pre
curately compound and prepare by compet
ent persona at all . ours of the day and night.
Sunday hours* iro . 9to 10 o'clock in the fcire
noon, to 2in the ternoon.
------------; - • - W. H. H. GORE.
Towanda , Sept. 9,_1888.
Would announce t
ana ttie public gen
and daily receivin,
In hie line, enitabl
which he will sell
Consisting as us , , a
C. B. PATCH
, zjr rye,
f. G.O leg IS :If
41 Errorai, •
tooing, &Pcovit,i_ j
Waimea g at. ths..7:oia
'a Block, where be k daffy
to his Stock tbeiloGl
and numnfientrefe reepeok
- dors or Obliora-t-r?"
1 08 AND lOINIS
[ived, and wed . now pre?
PUBLIC WIT ARTICaS
Q ro m rain.
ES AND LIQD01111:,; 4
1'- • i
1 ICAL USE ONLY.. ; , ,
OT CONCIIXTRATLO .
'TIC AND 110iDEPATHIC
If • WINES. ';" •
• PATENT )4EDICINES.
, OIL, VJBIIiHHj
AiiTICLEfi OF ?VERY
4ND . 13E/ "
e.Best Trusses :
L 8 UPI'? BTIEB,,
NIPPLE -SHELLS; AND
. _ 1
- 'Syringes and Catheters.l
OF zuzona, snwre, PsMirr
NTS OF FATS sTris,
b 3 t
'NG AND 'SUMMER
the citizens of Towanda',
rally, that he has in store
new and '
G 0 Ci, D S ,
to the wants or the people
r Currency at !ormer
G 0 L
of good well and reliable
C L 0
any kind) consisting In
(No Shoddy o
I TS AND PANTS,
, PANTS & VESTS,
, Dusters and Pants,
c Shirts, Linen and Paper
simere and Flannel Shirts,
era, Gloves, Cares, Leather
Soft and Straw Hats.
ember that Goo'. Goods are
I rice than poor goods at any
'amine my,goods before buy-
Powell dr. Co.
Over Ails end Ov, l
Collars, Linen, Ca:l
Neck Ties, Snspen.
Bags, Spring Style]
All first class. Ite
cheaper at a Lair
price. Call and e
ing. Next door_
Towanda, May 2
T IIE TEMI
AND NI.NV (Tons! 's*
ck bf. Clothing, , bo qtßs
war to be tChld
An entire new at!
elmil IS 4 I wore th 1
Ould •reipectrul)y announce
onranda and vicinity that he
•r them elothinfi, each as
to the c itizens of
is now ready to ofT
A 1:•() ti e
AND BUSINEOp Scars
aud th it these goods
figures will' be 'sold with
I intend to' e'stfiblishcit per
is place, and in order to gain
purchasers, deal; ,bari
bought at very lo
very small profits
manent trade in t
the confidence o
AND INTEGRITY (`
and all goods/will,
are repreatut,ed t.
Temple of Faibio
sout.ls•end of- Reid
'be vtamtnted ‘ ffor-what thke
be. Come and examine sad
Don't forget' thh plate,
~ opposite the Henna Hone,
I eman'e Block.
, 1867. '' ,'
Towanda, Oct. 1
I re burned, at the late flro,li4
I.g of his entire stock of
g aving had Afs's
desirous of dispos
Tliea. goods are
n gond'ennditton and will be
T BELOW OOST,
20 PER CE.
As I am obliged to
of a pace to do bn
lose oat the stock for vrant.
Don't neglect t.
Call at the new w.
low Deldlemsn's hl
nearly opposite th=
s opportunity for bargaini.
building,second store be
k, east side of Main street,
signed, will Confer
tling r up Ltnnieilla
rson a indebted to the under
favor by callhig and aet.
• , andaave themselves coat,
tir J. M. eoLuss.
;paid for all k
ST PRICE- IN CASH
di of Prodace, at
.11 4- Cotsell's dew store.
"NEw 'ywrtun KOMI- . ~-
,alkilaggentalthlo Pandtait WitrOldwall
odupoospiod by -P. N.- Papj - -Atheaut. Fih
voila -vow may to the pationo QIN* old Nftib
Uslumold that I bon a complete nook of iloodo.
jogtotetved; embriolog ottoyllibNlts the •
*goods ere nsw and well selected; sod for
win sot be imuterioid by : Call and en
mho My stock before_ pu any rchasing. I ratan
the' Workmen of the old establishment, and
Will have amp of the btudessw and Kanufaet
ft* la eon we have the finest Stook of
'ear li ne west of New York, consisting
Chambereeits, Sofas, Bonsai, Marble-top
Centre Tables, Exteaalan
and Dining Tables, Males, lieddeads;
MhTOlll, Picture Fraines,
Photograph Ovals, Cord arid Tassels,
Oil Carting, Toilet Stands, W6IIE-Boxes,
COFFINS AND BMW. OASES.
Our Undertaker's Department will at- all
times be well supplied with everything in that
line. We have the -
In thin section. not incepting anything west
of New York, and will attend Funerals within
a circuit of Twenty Miles on reasonable terms.
G. E. voolints.
N. 1. BLOT; Agent.
Athena. Jan. 25. 1566.-1 Y
FIIIPTITURE , WARE-ROOMS t
JAMES AfAKINSON announces to the public
that he still continues to manufacture and keep
on hand a large.assortment of 1
Bureaus, Tables.' Bedsteads. Stands, Chairs,
&c., of every descriptea.-, which will be made
of the best matsrials, and!ln he most workman
linvite the inection of the pablicjo mylwork,
which shall no be surpased In-durability, at any
shop in - the country, and my prices will be
found to be as low its the times pill admit.
Beady-nun% Coffins constantly on hand or
made to order. A good Hearse will be famished
ALEX SOLOMON & CO.
SOLOMON & SON,
Have just received a gage stock of
READY MADE CLOTHING 1
lately manufactured iit‘ltochester, by the Juni
or member o f the new firm, and as they intend
to make up a
Large Stock of Spring Goods
And need the room, they will dispose of the
WHOLE STOCK Ofit HAND,
And it was never larg6i thin now,
And at much lower price than they can be
MADE UP- FOR NOW
Because the whole of t must he cleared out
witbin,the next slxtl lays.
ALEX. 1301, IMON do CO.
Towanda, Dec. 17, 1867.
L A SSW A R E I
225 Greenirich Street, 2 doors below Barclay
Is the Great Depot for
CROCKERY DEALERS'GLASS WARE
GREEN GLASS BY THE PACKAGE
R: W. EDDY
Alan, a complete E.s'sortmeat of
•,_ • 1
BRITIANNIA , _ - ,W &BE,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
CHANDELIERS, LANTERNS, &Q.,
The best patent Fruit Jars,: in thskninrket, to'
be sold, at the lowest prima. A fall line of
Looking , Glasses. All kinds of Glass Ware
made to order. Agent for Meridian Britannia
J. T. WRIGHT,
225 Greenwich Street,
April 15, '67. 2 doors below Barclay, N. Y
THE CORNER GROCERY
The subscribers desire to announce
to tho Public, that they have com
menced business as, general dealers
in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
GRAIN and COUNTRY PRO
DUCE, at the Bridge Street corner
of Patton's' Block, and that they
have now on hand, and design to
keep, a.complete assortment of goods
adapted to the wants of the village
and coim try trade
They would respectfully invite an
examination of their stock and a
comparison of the same with any
other goods in the market, av to
They are provided 'with ample
and efficient help to give proMpt at
tention to Customers, and will give
careful attention to all orders plaCed
in their hands.
We pay Cash , far PRODUCE
and sellioods for Ready Pay.
Towanda, Sept. l l7,' 1867.
H R I ST M A S:
Just received a splendid 'ass
TOYS, AND . . FANCY'
For tke Holidays. Dolls from
twelve-dollars and everything e
pond. Zephyrs, .
Sofa Cashkons, Slippers, Stamped
kinds of Yankee Notions. ,
Call and see for yourselves, at
Towanda, Nov. 6.1867.3 m.
aomi Om! •
NR. N. I. HAW
In fact all kinds of
Best brands of Kerosene op.
D g • 3,0 E
OLD'LVASi. - STORE
lIINAWIFED lintarr I , l Alea
Gorr* Wain ant Pine Streets. Towanda, Pa.
Bad* recently added hugely to Ids Stoolis
hall sadcomplete assortmen:, constituting an
*standee vasty, innbraclog many article* used
in the Arta for mekbardeal purposes, sutra,
selected with_tegard•to the progressive wants of
the public, which • will be kept constantly sop.
prod with fresh pnrishraes, and offered on the
moat reasonable Perms at .Vholeaale or Retail,
consisting cf , •
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,'
!ions, OILS, vaßzfumite,
DENTINE: AND . TURPENTINE,
- SASH,'PAINT, VARNISH, WHITE-IVMM,
And all kinds of Brushes,
Alcohol and Bar 0 ritBAC
LAMO3 f SHADES, W1.134tk1 . *E1t,..
Sperm, Lard, Whale, ItlAOrt, 't
TANNER'S AND 'MAG*E .OILS,
Fancy and Toilet Articles In di: *%Wit
SPONGES, BRUSHES,' SOAPS', COMBS,
POCKET BOOKS, TORII` UONAIS t
.Pocket Knives, Razors,
TOOTH, SKIN AND FLAIR PREPARATIONS
, PURE WINES AND 'LIQUORS,
For Medicinal nee,
TOBACCO, SNUFF, , PIPES AND emits,
Garden, Field and Fidur Seeds; Trusses, Sup
porters, Suspensories, Shoulder Braces,
Breast rumps, Teething Bin Nursing.
Bottles, Nipples, Nipple gs
kids, Syringes, Bed Pans, Self-
Sealing Fruit Jars, Thermometers,
Flavoring Extracts, Stone lugs, Glass
Ware, Bottles, Vials, Corks, Bath Brick,
and Stove Blacking, Fish Tae Me, Ammuni
tion, Ike. Botanic, Eclectic and Blomo3path
lc Medicines, and all the Popular Patent
M'E 1:0,4 c I,N ES .
AU 'articles warranted as represented. Per
eons at a. distance can receive their orders by
stage or mail, which will receive prompt and
DR. PORTER'S PREPARATIONS
FOB FAMILY USE,
Known as Safe and Reliable Bern edies, are war
ranted for what they are intended to A ive salts- -
diction, viz :
Dr.. Porter's P ectoral Syrup', for coughs,
colds, lung complaints4c.so4sl 00
Dr. Porter's Eclectic Pills, for bilious com
plaints and mild cathartic. , ... 25
Dr. Porter's, Sanger Syrup, for scrofula
;shin diseases, lkc. 1 . 00
Dr. Porter's Uterine Tonic, for female weak
.17(10, ti.c. • .... 1 00
Dr,.. Porters. Tonic Elixir for strengthening
the system, 1 00
Porter's Tansy Schnapps, for liner and
ludney complaints....... 1 00
Dr. Porter's, Comp. Syr. Itypophosphites,
for nervous 1 CO
Dr Porter's 'Blackberry Balsam. for diar
rhea, &C. ' 36
Dr. Porter's Family Embrocation foi sprains •
bruises Qt 35
D..l'orter's Pector al, Wafers, for hoarse
ness, sore throat,tc ' 26
-Pr. Porter's Werm Wafers, for expelling
Ver'f'orters's Wdl7' n Syrup, for extermina
ting worms 35
Dr. Potter's Intent Belief, for crying babies
• colic, 4c
Dr. Porter's Cephalic Snuff, for catarrh
'headache J 26
Dr. Porter's Toothache Drops, for tooth- '
Dr. Porter's Tooth Powder, for preserving ,'"
Pr. Porteer, Tricogene, for dressing and 60
, growing the hair 'so
Dr. Porter 'l3 Tricophile, or beautifying the
Dr:Porter's Odoriferous Shampoo,for clean
/ lug the hair 50
Dr. Porter's Milk of Flowers, for beautify.
Ing the complexion 50
. Dr. Porter's Pile O'ntment. - for external
piles 1 00
Dr. Porter's French Compound. for scald ,
iug urine 1 00
Dr. Putter's Medicated 'Figs„ for habitual
constipation - '1 00
Dr. FOrter's Healing Salve, for cuts.wounds
Pr. Porter's Lip Salve, fur chapped lips • 25
Di. Porter's Eye Salve, for inflamed eyes.. 25
Dr. porter's Eye Water, tar inflamed eyes.. 25
Dr. Porter's Corn and Wart Renabver, for
corns and bunions
Dr. Porto 'a Constipation Pills, for costive-
Dr. Porter's taxi Oils, for poor blood
Dr. Porter's Citrate Magnesia, for a pleas- '
ant catbarrrc 50
Dr. Porter's Liquid Rennet, for making nu
' ' tr dot's diet for invalids 25
Dr. Porter's Rxtract Vanilla, for flavoring
H • ice cream, &ic . 40.
Dr. Port'er's Extract Lenten, for flavoring
ice creamlarge bottles 40
Dr. Porter's Oriental Cement, to. mending
broken glass o ke 25
Dr. Porter'' Lipid Gine, tor repairing
, • i wood work ' '25
'Di. Porter's cleansing Fluid,for easy wash
' • ; ing . 50
Dr. Porter's PAid Bug 'Poison, tor killing
hues \ • • •• 50
'Dr. Porter's Fly Poison Paper,. tor killing
'Dr. Porter's Rat and Mice Poison; for ex
' ' terminating rats 25
Dr. porter's Benzine, for removing spots
trom clothes.- 25
Dr. Porter's Black Ink, in phit bottles 2.5
in bulk by the gallon 1 00
Dr. Potter's Horse and Cattle Powder, for C a
I diseases of anlinaha... .... „.• .. 0 344
\D'r . Porter's Horse and Cattle Laion, for
prainS..galls, /re 60
14r. Porter's Ring•ktone' and" Spavin Cure,
for lame horses 50
Medical advice given gratuitously at the office,
charging only for medicine.
W Thankful tor past liberal patrunageovould
respecttu ly. announce to his triends and th e
public, that no pains shall be spired to satisfy,
and merit the continuation of heir confidence
Dec. tB, 1866.—yr
AGAIN IN LIOTION !
Hating purchased the stock of Tobacco belong
ing to &India, Compton & Go., and having
built aphanty on -the same ground, we arc pre
pared to offer to the public
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Gold Leal, Sunny Side, Pine Apple, Michigan
Fig, Rose Leaf and Star, which we oiler for sale
in quantitiesl to suit customers. Packages in
Barrels, balls and quarters.
The celebrated Lone Jack, Pride of the Uni
ted State% Yirginistie , Gold Leaf; Navy and all
kinds or Killicknick. •
BRANDS OF CWARS
American Eagle. Gen. Grant, Leboquet, Im
perlo, 'tycoon and the very choicest brands of
'Me Will keep constantly on hand a ,variety of
Pipes, Cigat Cases, Tobacco Boxes and*Ponch
ea and' everything asually,,kept in a Tobacco
Landlordssupplied with 1.7 , 1;ari tit I Foil To
bacco on liberal terms.
All orders-promptly Illlef I 1? ~ -notice.
G. W. 4 OFFITI
Oct. 27, 1867
WB. KELLY, Dental. Office
. over WiCkham t Black's; Towanda,Pa.
All the various styles of work scientifically
done ant warranted. _ Particular attention hi
called to the Allunainum -BMW for Artificial
Teeth. which is, equally as good as Gold and
far superior to either Rubber or Silver., Please
calland examine specimens.
Chloroforni or Ether administered under' dl•
faction of a Physi when desired.
Aug. 8, 1867.—tf
brae Cents to
ea to corral-
't. I ERNS I
goods and al
V. PORTER; D
A variety of
. . ,
14 11 ::
.1 4 r ci to
MARSHALL BROTHERS & CO.,
Wish to call the attention of . the public to
their new Stock of .
BLACK SMITHS' TOOLS,
- 'and CARPENTERS' yogis.
Also, a large assortment of .
Window Glass, Saab, Paints,. Oils,
!Patty, Varnishes, and Paint
and Varnish Brushes"
of all kinds, which will be sold for the lowest
Cash price. Also, a filne assortment of
of every style and pattern to suit the publk..
Lamps repaired and changed from 011 and
rtienlar attention paid to the manufacturing
o finds of
•TIN WARE. "
JOBITINO PROMPTLY 4.TTIINDTD TO
We have on band a fine article of
GLASS FRUIT• JABS,
with improved self-sealing corks, and
IIErnMETICAL SEALING CANS.
which is one of the best cans used.
Jane 20, 1865.
H ARD W A R E 1 •
I CODDIN G & RUSSELL,
tapectfully lufOrm their customers and the
p bile generally, thal although- the fire occa
sioned serious loss and temporury interruption
tC our business
" WE STILL SURVIV.E 1"
And have purchased a large stock of New
goods, built a new
end are fairly Reconstructed and doing busi
ness again. - . < .
The fKont of our store is now on Pine street,
about MD feet from Main street, at.E. T., Fox
[now Powell a] old corner. If you aho ud go
into POwell's and walk - straight through the
wall of theiSack end ,of his store, you would
find you.self among the stoves; pots, kettles,
anvils, bellows and vices of our new store. Bat
as you. can't got through the W.l 11 just walk up
Pine street to our Shebang, where we 'keep a
full line of Hardware. We have a great vsrie•
GOOKING.AND PARLOR STOVES
Among t!,em 1I the
GAS BURNER, &c
A complerc rtment of
Iron, Steel, Nails; Window GI las, Sash. Kern
sore Oil. Table and Pocket Cutlery, ?arm
birg Tools, Carpenters and Joiners
T arle, Blacksmith !Tools, Pumps,
lead Pipe, Powder, Guns,
We i3rc agents f, r
Elmira Rolling Mill Co.'s Iron.
ELMIRA KEROSENE OIL
TiN, SHEET IRoN - AND COPPER WORK,
And do all sorts of JCR WORK in our line,
Cash paid t r (lid frog, - Cast and Wrought
Scraps, Copper, Brass, Sheep Pelts. Rags, Pura
Feathers, Fees Wax, ,tc IVe buy cheat', sell
cheap. and are content with small profits,
Towanda. Sept. 12, 1867.
HOW''T . IIINGS GROW
And so does business ;,t
WARNER'S JEWEIIRY STORE.
He keeps good goads and. sells cheap. There
yin can rind all kinds 'of .AMERICAN and
FORT P,N WATCHES, also a large assortment
of CLOCKS. Including the celebrated SETH
THOMAS manufacture. Also a. splendid as
sortment of JEWELRY, including solid gold,
and a general 'assortment of SILVER PLAT ED
WARE, inemding spoons, forks, cake baskets,
tea sets, &c .., of the manufacture ,
'SOLID SILVER SPOONS manufactured to
order. Watch and Clock repairing lone on the
shortest notie , ?, in the best manner, by an ea
• perienced workman. All at • prices thd will
give satisfact ion. A. M . WARNER.
Towanda nee .12, IKT •
NEW STORLINIINEW GOODS
FRESH FROM TIIE NEW YORK MARHETS.
CHEAP 9S THE CHEAPEST.
The sub..,ciii,ers have purchased the building
lately owned by. A. J. Noble, tone door - south
of Boidiernan's Block,) and have filled it with
GROCERIES AND ( ' PROVISIONS,
WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE,
Fruits of all kila§tin their season, (fresh and
dr ell), in fact every thing usually found in a
PRO -V -I-lON STORE.
A share of the patronage of' Towanda and
clnity is respectfully solieited.
We will pay the highest market price for all
COUNTRY 3 RODUGE.
We also have the solo.gency for Bradford
and adjoining counties rot' the sale of the Cele
brated Virginia and Norib Carolina Smoking
Tobacco, A liberal discount made to the trade.
BRAMHALL & COWELL.
Towanda, April 9,18676
1,000 MEN, WOMEN,. AND
TO PURCHASE' TIN- Hr,elRE
The uridereigned having established himself
at Wyalusing, respectfully informs the citizens
of this vicinity that ho is. prepared to furnish
all kinds of
TIN ANI , t .SHEET, IRON WARE,
On the - ahoy st notice. As I manufacture the
goods myself lam enabled to offer better in
ducements thimi dealers whoj -hire their work
done. Merchants supplied with ever' thing in
the line at the lbwest rates. Everything sold.
Eavetroughe and Tin Roofing pet 01 in the
most approved style, and pn -short notice. •
Dive me a call. Shop im WellearStore House
over Chamberlin's Store.' •
-R; F. EAJLTZER.
Wyalusing, Sept. 10, 1601:",`
A FINE STOCK rOF GOODS
fultab . it for the holidays, will be, sound
at Froat'aPornilare Store.
CHOICE TOBACCO AND CIGARS
at Braashall Cowell'a Cheap Store.
It to :Ii.)0;:ii: , : I: POWERS, :'.
..nutin*B - ;:coANOsi Omii*ni ..;,
BLOOD - :& - GU:;: 'I . i.TBEN . EI ' ; - .PA:,
BLOOD'S CELNBILLTED THRESHERS AND
CLEANERS, - - -
AND' HORSE 'POWERS,
To run the enure, sad are irepared to All orders
As can be bought in the- United States. Hav
ing been 16 years engaged in matsafac g
Threshing Machines, we have spared tel er
time nor expense in perfecting our • macbin .
and Claim to have
THE BEST SEPERATOR,
One that will upends the pain from the straw
more perfectly, and with less power. than any
ether mantnactnred. • Our Machines Cilll•earn
Good pay by - . - •
THRESHING THE STRAW
'As lift by. most of the machines used: They
pre' very simple in construction. being com
prised in o - e.piece. so that i dces not require
a mechanic to set them a:. or run them ; they
are all manufactured tinder oar personal super
vision. and we
CHALLENGE THE WORLD
To show better workmanship or material. Ev
ery machine is set up and • -
THOROUGHLY TESTED UNDER MOT.I6N,
Before leaving the • Works, and are •
Warranled.to be in . Working: Order
They have been In practical use for several
years, so that we are not advertising a new
m 'chine every season, each " better than an , -
thing ever beton offered to tbe public." Th y,
can be attached to Tread Powers, Sweep Pow
ers. Steam or Water Power, and tor. ,
Perfection of Working ,
equal has not been haven
Are as low as those of nay
and parties desiring to put)
their intetret to eiamiae
PRICE ° LISTS 7RNISHED
On appllcatiou.- ell kiwis 01..
On hand, and Mill Work, EngMO, Botierii and
machinery of all kinds- got up to) order proinpf
ly and on favorable teITI.K.
Athens, Aug. 8, Ma
N ORTH BRANCH FOUNDRY
C E SHOP,
TOWANDA, BRADFORD CO., PA.,
Is now prepared to farnbib •
CIRCULAR SAW RILLS,
Of the best quality °with 'the latest improve,.
enta. All kith's of Machinery for' Flouting and
MADE & REPAIRED,
01 heavy , wrought work for Bridges; .and all
other purposes, done to order. Also, a large
COOKING & HEATING STOVES,
Coal and Wood Burners. Furniture for Cooking
Stoves, Stove Pipe, Tin-Ware, Boat Pumps,
Plows, Cultivators and Lerapers, kept constant
ly on hand.
DRAWINGS & SPECIFICATIONS
Of all Muds of maebineiy for mills and other
purposes prepared by
Foreman, who has bad large 'experience in this
branch of the bu3ineas.
Towanda. Oct. 29. 18611. ly
THE OLD ESTABLISHMENT STILL IN OPER
Successors to Reynolds, Fellows A; Co., are now
offering and are' prepared to furnish on short
notice, Wagons Carriages and S eighs, of all
descriptions dud of the latest and most appro
ved style, arid of the; best material - at the old
stand opposite the Union House. in the cen
tral part ot. Alba Borough, Bradford County,
The public are assured that the , reputation
the shop has acnnired during the last-six years
under the superintendence of J . H. Fellows, will
be more than 'maintained,as be will superin
tend the work as heretotore be having long bete
and having had much •experience as a Carriage
and Sleigh Sulldef • would assure the public
that ,to pains will be spared by the above firm
to make the establishment worthy of their pat
ronage. Thankful as one of the old firm for the
patronage thus tar ektended, we hope tamertt
a continuani:e of the annt.
N. B.—We, the 'undersigned, being practical
mechanics, can manufacture and oiler to the
public at prleca thati.will defy coinpetitlon.
i JAMES H. FELLOWS, •
D. W. C. CHANDA.LL.
J. G.. M SHI.TI'
Ali a. Borough. Apri t 5; tsrat.. ty. '
T 0 WA.IDA CARRIAGE
public that they have purchased the
C A-R RI. A E P
Stilt c;onitans io nuinuhicture.
ON As GOOD TOMS
Cl u S fa . cture,
hase, will find it to
stork before Liu:-
Situated on Pine, east of Main Street,:
SHIN GLE MACHINES
Fcruibheo at short malice.
BOLT . CUTTING,
Done from to inches In lihreeter
FELLOWS, CRANDALL & CO.,
The undersigned respectfully annoinice to . the
G. • DRAKE,
• . -
And are now prciatied to build work 1n
THE LATEST *STYLE
And most workmanlike manner. They wtl
constantly keep on hand an'assortment oi splen
TOP : AND OPEN BUGGIES,
DEMOCRAT AND 'LUMBER WAGONS,
ONE AND TWO SEATED
ALL WORK WARRANTED:
REPAIRING promptly attended to at rea
BRIANT &. B.T.IILEN,
Towanda, May 9,1867.-Iy.
EW PLANING MILL
The Undersigned having built a large and com
modious Mill In the Thirough of Towanda, and
tilled it with the moat modern and improved
'machinery, for the manufacture of • e
WINDOW BASH, BLINDS,
-- are prepared to fill .orders, whether• largo or
upoir k the Shortest notice. We have
alto a large4ariety of MOULDINGS, oil the.
latest style pattern, which wo can furnish
much cheaper than they can be, worked by
snd all other Work . pertaining to Joinery, will
be dote to snit our customers.
Persons building, and not living more than
twelve to fourteen miles distant, •will find it
largely for their interest to buy.of as, or bring
their lumber and worked by our machinery..
Bring your grist of Flooring. - or other lumbe r ,.
end while your team is id feeding, have It
ground out and take it-home with you. •
We will pay CABE for PINE & EfENLOCK.
'GUMBEEdelivered at our lumber yard.. Come
end see us, or if yon can't come, write.
• L. B. RODOEEB '& CO.
. , . . ... .
A !SDA., I .-.... -,. - •_;,,,• : • .
_ . .
''' mutiscr .
,Polichis hmei,LosnesAinsted and prohit? i
_ ' •.- * By H. B. NEIMAN, Agent, -
OfAin following irettlinawn and-fellable Con,
. - pains. Moo flobtinpFir Block.
..legrigateA,ssiof odvital, 117000,001 ,
2Esi harotaxes Coirraarr,
*TAW. eau., L,
vaiyhos• • *** •**• • • • ••• • • • • •ra POO,OOO
Lniarocir. int Unita ,IXD GL
Vas AID lass blow= Co.
Capital_ illarplai and Beamed Vona.
OM) • $16,2711,74
Ayes fa the Milted Elates, over.... 1,840.000
Daffy Presdoaa k upiirards of (Goid) 17,001
Nip! )3xewri) bostruNas Coirrma,. .
*grow d, Coms.,-1
Wir ming! IN SW MR AY CE Coxriarr ,
Watts -14n e, Pa.,
Nom% AnituoAa Taaitarr lasonel
Co:, , (Accidental -
• • 4500,000
Co. . - Hartford, Conn.,l
• Ca pi tal " 10,000,000. s
Towanda, Pel4_2o, 1 2 66—M
ARTFOIti LIVE. STOCK -INSU
Putt assets Nov.i, 1864, '5165,296 63 -
Insures on all kinds [of live stock, against
left and death from any cause. _
H. B. MoKEAN,
Agent. • -
Jan. 10, 1867
Dec:.sth, the Hare "' Lady Mace," owned by
Dennis P. Flagg of Boston. Kau., accidentally
received a kick from another 'how, breaking
her left lore leg, above the knee, rendering it
necessary to kill ber as an act ottrimanity. In
sured in the Hartford Live Stock Insurance Com
Loao,paid Dee.: eth 1867. •
FIRE; LIFE, AND ACCIDENTAL
. • INSFR ASCE.
c.O.rrAL ar.paanintp ovu
SEVENTEEN MILLION DOLLAR-
,i I C. .. RIISSELL,,-,Agent, - -
FOR TM FOLLOWING NAMSD REEIABLB COMPANY r.
GIAARD FINli MARINE TNAUSANCS
- COMPANY Philadelphia,
- Capital and surplus over.. i .
Boltz INsvaioce Courktrv,
Capital and surplus, over,
&sultans COMKANY OF. NORTE! •
Capitil slid surplus, over
UA.NIIALTTAH /101URANCE COMPANY,
• Capital and aurplv.a, over
EiTEEPECIHS Ireex►NcE Collr►ltY,
Capital end earplug', over,
RTIC INEIVRANCZ COMPANY-,
- Of New. York:
,Capital and enrplua, over
.Prrrlsit INKTRANCE COMPANY, •
Of Hartford, Conn.
A;apital and surplus, over
iiEVITAL htis Ik:strict:ma .001fRitrY, i
Of New- York.
C4pitE4 and Vuudus, over
TaAvELLsits INsraAncs COMPANY.
Of 'Hartford; Cann.
Capital and surplus, grrer
Rieke taken on all kind* of Property, at as
low ratesas by any other reliable Companies.
Kir Policies.Jssned and Losses, II any, ALL
jested at .this Ageney,thereby saving the.tronble
and expense of going elsewhe,e for settles - int.
A Oaten at ;the Rardwbe're Store of - Cod- -
ding lc Russell C. 5. RUSSELL
Towanda, Feb. 7, 1466.-
THE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NORTH AMERICA.
Office No. 24,1 Walnut Street, Philadetplala.
This; Company are now pruseentin'g the be i
ness of lusuraUce from loss or damage by FIRE
on Buildings, Merchandise. • Furniture, Sec:
throughout the. State of Pen nuliania, on li bg I
al terms,for long ur short periods; or perman en
ly of liqildingi, by a deposit ut Premium.
The prompt payment of claims for lusaes dLc
log the period of nearly 7U years that the Com
pony has .been in esistence. entitles them to tti
contidenee of the public.
Dutravroas.—Arthur G. Coffin, Samuel W.
Jones, John A Brown, Charted Taylor, Ambrose
White, Juo. R. Nell, Richard D. Wood, Wm.
Welsh, Wm. E. Bowen, James N. Dickson. S.
_John Mason. Geo.„ L. Harrison,
Wane% R. Cote , Edward EL Trotter, Edward S.
Clarke'. Wm. 'imantilngs.
ARV:WE COF.VIN, Pres'nt.
. • C. 8. RUSSELL, Agent, Towanda.
WARAIEWS MeTUAL FIRE IN SU
.I.‘ • ' 11A,NCE COMPANY •
()Mee iu DEurfille,VontottiConnty, Penn a.
TheFanners , Slatual l'ire Insurance Company
of Middle Pennsylvaeia. was Incorporated by the;
Pennsylvania Legislature, in the year 1859, for
the Mutual Insurance of Country property only,
and immediately thereafter commenced Its oper
ations on that principle, which has been strict
ly adhered to since.
All losses - have been promptly paid out ot,the
Premiums collected on application. for ilisarance
without making any asswoments.
The insurance of Country proper .y only, the
low - rates charged for insurance, and the prompt
payment of losses are deemed'a sufficient recom
mettdation of the Farmerz Mutual Fire Insu7
ante Company of Middle Pitins' lvania, to al
owners of sate class country property. '
P. JOHNSON ; Sec'y . Prea't
Agent. Towanda, Pa.
March 5, '66
LIVERPOOL AND 1:01%.; DON AND
-IA GLOBE FIRE AND bieE INSURANCE
COMPANY.—OIIice, 45 William St., and 726
Broadway, N. Y. -
Capital, Surplus and Reserved Funds
(Gold) ' 316,271,675
Assets in the United States, over -... 1,800,000
Daily•Premiains, upwards of (gold).. - 17,000
The shareholders personally responsible for
engagements of the company. All Director%
mu t be shareholders. -
tumorous Is Haw Yoss..Francia Cotteiaet - ,
Es Chairman, Henry Grinnell, Esq., Depoty
Ch - iman, Joseph' , Gaillard, Jr. Esq.
Archibald, Esq., H. B. H. Conan', ' Afez!tlo e r
Hamilton, Jr., Esq., Robert C. Ferguson, E.
-Alfred Pell, Esq., Resident Secretary, Ile
ander Hamilton, Jr., Esq., Counsel of Board.
Baxxxsa—Phenix Bank--Cammann do Co:
The P.ollcfes_ of - this Company are issued_by
well-known American citizens resident in. New
Yorkorho are Directors and Shareholders, and
consequently, with - the other Shareholders. are
individually liable for all the engagements o
the Company ; all Policies are signed by them
'-all claims are payable in cash on proof of loss
without deduction for interest, and not,.as I
usual, sixty days - after presentation of prclot
' They expire at. allt o'clock, P. M., and not
noon. • Life insurance effected, and annuities
granted on favorable terms:-
H. B. IicEEAN, Ageat.
4 ...„Towandfs „April 2311867.
HE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSUR
"AsCEB4xiety'ir Agency for B radford co ..
CASH CAPITAL $3,010,000:
Yearly Income ovc r 82.000,000 cash.
hiONTANYE A WARD_
Towanda, July 25, 1867.
THE ASTOR FIRE INSURANCE
, off New York.. Agency. for Bradford Co.
Dividend for 186 G, 10 per cent.. ,
Tow#o4, July 25, 1887.
nE 1 4 YCOMING MUTUAL FIRE
insnranne Agency for Bradtcrrd. County,
Mutital Cash plan, In successful operation or
•er twenty-seven years.
• 410 NT N'TFIg& vir An D.
Towanda, July 25, 1867
NEW TAILOR SHOP
Has opened a 'shop in the room• back of the
Rooms of the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion, second story, over Eddy's Clothing Store
where he is now . prepared to dell kinds of;
In the belt and most fashionable manna': An
experience of many years, e determination to
keep up w th the Fashions of ..the Times, ends.
desire'to please. his easterners. he: believes will
enable him to give 'satisfaction.
MI. Cutting done on short not'ce and reason
bin terms. Towanda, Oct. 17, 1867.
- . 816,000
Or MIDDLE PENNSYLVANIA,
o rmu o tc..