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Preparing Land fbr Whist.
In growing wheat there , are . few
things of more importer:we than a
thorough preparation of - the ground
for the seed: Nor only should it be
well plowed, lint thoroughly worked
with the barrow and wheat cultiva
tor or gang plow. The plow or cul
tivator must be used when the ground
is hard. Summer fellows broken up
early in 'the season, whenlise land
wan rather wet, ma n y be dried down
hard, and need plowing to again work
up fine and mellow. But when land
has been recently plowed, and ii not
baked, the harrow and cultivator will
put it. in fine condition.
There is great advantage in the
frequent use of a good harrow. It
works land down, into that fine, mel
low, rather compact conditio6, that,
while it is not in the least bard, is
the very state for wheat. It is so
much better than the loose, (spongy
Condition, sometimes produced by
fp!) ?Inch plowing. When * tough
award is broken up after dry weath
er has set in, in the summerAarrow
ed once or twice,- and then cross
plowed in Aegust, the mid net' being
fboronghll rotted WM
. ii Pee& of
various sizes made tip of a ilium of
dry , roots and stems, be mimed '
through the soil, keeping it in a l
light huffy condition, not easily
Worked down, and in which Wheat is
more liable to injury fromj freezing
out. Dry C t übbl es also often plow
up loose and huffy, and liable to the
same dificulty. The best remedy for
this is' frequent harrowing. VA good
48-tooth harrow will work down
such land into a proper state , bitter
than anything else. Then, if after
laying a week or two, the land needs
more working, put on a good wheel
cultivator, and work it op four or
five inches deep, when another thor
ough harrowing will make it in a
flue condition. A good roller will
- help work down such land, but the
effect is not equal to that produced
by the harroty. It leaves the soil
looking very smooth and fine on top,
but don't put,it in. as fine and good
condition all thiough, toil the fin"
roots to penetrate,.as the Itircif.
When any award .is broken up
deep enough to furnish a good seed
tied in the soil turned up, there is I
seldom any advantage in bringing
the sod back to the surface. A thor
ough working with the harrow and
cultivator frequently makes a better
preparation on the sod than can twee
cured by cross plowing. This is es
pecially the case when clover is plow. I
eel under rather late, or any, sward
is broken np after harvest. Then, as
the sod will. not .be. rotten enough to
work down fine, it is tar better ot the
lEttom of the furrow. It is also of
some benefit thee, hohling the soil
well together, while it prevents bak
ing down on the subsoil; and, when
. plowed in the proper direction, leaves
room at the bottom of the furrow for
• to:aphis water to work off.
When a sniiimer fallow is broken
rip early, and the sod is too rotten
that it can be worked do wn as fine,
there will be less difference. Then
dross plowing once or twice—twice
i's best—with sufficient harrowing,
will make the land in good condition.
Still, in sewn cases, the.mure harrow
ing the better, for there, is nothing
like a good harrow to put land in the
lest condition for wheat. With shal
low plowing, say four or five inches
deep this course is often the best.
But when broken up from seven to
ten inches deep, as nearly all good
iiheat - land should be, once plowing
ifs generall7 the best.
\,. August 111, the best time to' manure
or wheat. -After land is brought in-
to 'fair condition, so a good cultiva
tion and harrow will make it all right
for the seed, then apply from twelve
to fifteen loads of well rotted manure 1
per acre. This manure must be
spread very fine—it should be so
thoroughly broken to pieces and dis
tributed that none will impede the
cultivator or harrow. When well
spread it is not only more benefit to
the crop, but saves time, as it costs
more labor to be frequently stop
ping to clear a clogged cultivator or
harrow, and spread the bunches, thus
drawn together, than to thoroughly
do the work in the first place.
Manure, well rotted, does the most
- good when applied in this way. If
not well rotted, it must be plowed in,
as coarse manure cannot, be well
worked in with the harrow and culti
tator. If partly rotted and plowed
under four or five inches deep, with a
= rather narrow furrow, taming-less to
the bottom, and leaving mre be
tween the furrows, it will d very
welL- Then a large portion f the
manure is near the surface, wh re it
will soon benefit the young wheat.
A leading object -in surface manur
ing is to give the young plant a good
- start, secure a. good growth and
• strong root in the fall, and thus put
wheat in the best condition to stand
the winter and spring, and to y- -finally
make a good crop. It is also a great
help in securing a good_ seeding to
, clover with the wheat. Coarse ,ma
nure, plowed under a deep farrow,
• can be of little benefit in this way,
and is of doiibtful ' advantage at the
beat. If lightly plowed under, more
or less-will work out and interfere
with subsequent cultivation, and may
- seriously obstruct the working of the
drill. All manure should be so pre
- pared and applied as not to interfere
with the operation of a good wheat
Honies in Ply Time&
The fly insignificant as it is in size
and devoirof the power of doing any
great harm is one of the most an
noying of ! the insect tribe. A nui
sauce to man, the fly is the terror of
- the horse, whose flesh is made to qui
ver every time the foot of one toischee
- him. It is therefore an act of human
-ity to come to the aid of the horse
powerful as he is against his nimble
assailant, the fly. Here is a recipe
weich is said to be anl excellent de
fence against it. At all events, a
trial ofit, may not involve Much ex
penes, nor will it do harm should it
prove unavailing as a defence to the
Imrse : "fake .two or -three small
handafull of walnut . leaves, upon
- which pour two or three quarts of
cold water let it infuse one nicht,
and pour the whole next morning into
. a kettle and let it boil cfor a quarter
of an hour ; when cold' it will be fit
• for use. No m'bre is requiied than .
to moisten a sponge:, and before the
' hors goes out of the stable,let -those
parts which are most irritable be
smeared over with the liquor, viz ;
between and upon the ears, neck,
flank, etc. Not only the lady or
gentleman who rides out for pleasure
will derive from • the walnut leaves
thus preparecl,but the coachman, the
Wagoner, and ill others who use
horses the summer months.*
_need for tanning, what
is the‘mmsra; Tape of the bark cis tut
14 , .41 - -. 1 0 7, A , T
Oa sad Mat ntawnsk
Train win Nave Warmly. al about thoblimr.
bours t als : •
sas a. m., Night MOWS swap
tad, for lkabseMr, Sadlo, B.kub med
Dealirkosaking Creel consietioss withirelas
of the Atlantic and OrestWatera, Igloo SW*
sad Grand Trunklllll=Le all potato Wat ;
silo at Elmira tbr . •
1 1:111 a. a., Emwees, • Daily. lb,
Tiociweter Web, Mamas, Dankht sad the
West, cosnecting as above.
11:26 a. is., Hall Train, Beam e,m,
Bem.lo and Dunkirk, ommecting at Ow
3:19 p. m., Elmira Aommusodstins, Enhalls
IV Day 'Ewes, Bandays
for Bochedm,Builblo. Saismases, Maxim
the West. Connects at Maks tor Cewandaigss
at Beismanca with the Atlantic and Oast
Western Beihray, and at Doable with the Lake
Ettore and Grad Trunk Railways * for all points
West and Booth.
1043 p. m.Express Neil, Sandals ac
cepted, for litibloa est.
ealtemner and Domidrk, 00110
meeting with tes for tbe W
9 10a m. Way Freight. Bandar excepted.
8:10 p. m.,•W„psat Twilit, Daily, for the
Mope it Waver ly4lolA on Mondays only.
sat a. a.,
Express, Mondays ex
cepted, connecting st Owego for 9 1tbsca ; st
Binghamton for Syracuse ; at Gnat Beni for
Basaton and Philadelphia : at Lacionnumn Ear
Hawley, and at prayourt for Newburg end
8:53 a. et., Binghamton Accommodation, Bow
Ido p.lll, Accommodation train, daily.
11:13 a. m.. Day Express, Elambys
at BM/bunion for ByracassV a l,
• at Lackawaxen Ow Hawley;
,and at Athol air KW6t Mum
Vali afro* Jet2=l for Thileddpitia,
p. m., Nes! Teo* ;nd Baltimore Hall.
9: 17 14Shfting , Enadays ex
cepted, consult- wet Jar with awn_ tag
wren train of New Jersey ••• • fee Nem
mote and Washington, and at el York with
moraine express trains for Boar ad the
1:09 a. m., Night Emile* NM • um
meeting at Orayoourt for Warwick; add at
New York with afternoon trains and
for Boston and New England cities.
4.35 p. in. Way Freight, bu . iye excepta
tn. A revised and complete , Pscket Mt/
Table "of Passenger Trains on the Erie BAB
way and • =acting Lines, has recently been
published, and can be procured on application
to the Ticket Agent of the Comm 2)
WE. IL DAM, E. Dom.
Oval Pau Ag't, New-York. Dort.
READING RAIL ROAD-SUML
MER ARRANGEMENT. KAY 30th, 1868.
Gala? TRUNK LIMN FROM TER Nom aim
Pottsville. Tamaqua, Ashland, Lebanon, Allen
town, Easton bc. •ke.
Trains leave ,
Harrisburg for New-York, DO I al
low*: At 150, 6.25 and 8.10, a. xi., and 111.40,m.
2.05 and 925 is. m.,
_connecting with ,similar
Trans on tne Punsylvanb Rail Road, and ar
'riving at New-York at 5.00 and 10.00 and 11.50
:a. an., and 3.50 7.40 and 10.30 p. in. Sleeping
'CAM abcailepanying the 2.50 a. tn., and 9.35
p. Ea t Trait& without change. :.
Leave' llt 3,
~, a l l for Reading, PottasillaY
Tamaqua , Ashland, Pine Grove,
Allentown ebt la plila, at 8.10 a. m., and
2.05 and 4.10 p: 4,stapping at Lebanon and
principal Way Stetledif •,f - the 1.10 p. in. Train
dose connectiCar ler Philadelphia and
n ` a Lon i ttia For Pottsville, Ed Sateen and
Auburn, via Schuylkill and Rail
lioad,le;ve Harrisburg at alt - Return.
lag : ;Leave New-York at 9.00 a. nr.-,ilT dean,
and 5.00 and 8.00 p. an. Sleeping Cats* .Wm
panying , the 9.00 a. an. and 5.00 and 12210'p. In
trains without align. el
1 ,• Way Passenger Train leaves Philadelphia at
7.30 a. m. returning from Reading at 6.30 p.
m:, stopping at all stations • Pottsville at 8.45
a. m. and 2.45 p. .; Ashla nd at 6.00 and 12.19
coon, 2 .
. , Tamaqua at 8.30 a. m., and
1.00 and 8.45 p. an-
Leave Pottsville for Harrisburg, via Schuyi- •
kill and Susquehanna Rail Road. at 7.10 a. m.
and 12.00 noon.
Reading accommodation Train : Leaves Read
tug at 7.30 a. in. , returning from Philadelphia
at 6.15 p. m.
Pottstown Accommodation Train, leaves
Pottstown at 6.45 a. m., returning leaves Phil
adelphia at 4.30 p. m.
Columbia Rail Road Trains leave Reading at
7.00 a. m. and 6.15 p. an. for Ephrata, Lida,
Lancaster, Colombia. in.
Perklomen thif Road Trains leave Parkloinsn .
Junction at 9.00 a: in. and 5.55 p.m. Return
ing : Leays Skippack at 6.45 a in. and 2.15
Kit. m., connecting. with similar train s on Read-
Rail Road. ' • .
Sundays : Leave New York at 8.00 p. in.
Philadelphia 8.00 a. nr. and 2.15 p. an., the.B,oll
a. tn., train running oat) Balding. Pottsvilln
8.00 a. an. Harrisburg 5. a. a. and 4.10 and
.935 p. m.,and Reading at 1.10, 2.60 and 7.15 a.
an.. for Harrisburg, and 7.06 a. a., and 11.40
L ei m., for New York, and 4.25 p. in., for Phila.
Season, School sad
!Excursion Tickets to and from all points, at re
low=checked 'through ‘lOO pounds ai ,
Paasenner 0, A. ERCOLLS,
Reading, Pa.:, May 20,1867.
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE
RAM ROAD.—Summer time Table. Thor'
and direct route between Philadelphia, Balti
more, Harrisburg. Williamsport,and the Great
Oil Regions of Pennsylvania. Emint Sleep
ing Cars on all night trains.
I On and after MONDAY, KAY 111,1 r, 11168,
the trains on the Philadelphia. & Erie Bail
Road wilt run as follows
Mall Trait leaf.* Philadelphia.. —11.15 P. M
Willlaaapport. 8.20 A.M.
arrives - at Eder 8.50 P
Mt, Express leaves PESladelp2da...l2loo noon.
arrives atilile - - 10105 A. M.
Elmira Mall leaves Philadelpbis... 84:10 A. K.
" Willlamsper t... 6:111 p. m.
ild arrive at Lock Haven.. 7:45 p. m.
Mail Train, leaves E-
1 11:00 a,
" ..Willhumspost....l):lo p.
ir• arrives at Philadelphia.. 7:10 a. In.
Erie I!Fpreas leaves Tit ..... 7 8 : : 1 11 F a :
arrives at PbUadelphiti 590 p m
II ail and Express connect with Oil Creek and
Allegheny River Ball Boad.t Baggage Checked
ALFRED L. TYLER, Geng Bo"
NM GOODS ! NEW GOODS I
POPUL4B, , PBIOBS
CHAMBER SETS, PARLOR SETS
DINING BOON SILTS,
MIRRORS, PICTURE FRAMES,
Photograph Frames, for eeerybodx
A GENERAL AISOBI2IIIIT FITMIITUBE,
Suited to 'tide market. I /mire the beat uphold•
ter in the wintry. and manufacture our own
REPAIRING AND JOBBING,
Done to orda. *ZeMps an =lona of'2o
years In the buskins cut con tly hope to
pkewe all who patronise me.
Don't forget the . No. 15S, Kaki it.,
two doors month of is Block, Towan
S. T. DECKEB. .
RIO MT PitEVICIW
ISO OmmutEtnest. Millabdptds.
TEE VERY HIGHEST PRIZE,
see CROSS OF TEE LEGION OP HOEOII
Wei watered-on the reprolea take of the
GROYNE, AND BALM
' at the
Paris,lB67 ; tluui aUmeing
THEIR GREAT SUPERIORITY
Ono an other 'Noring-maeldnas.
An anatruneat of then otlebratad rehtns
constantly on band and far odd a tm
• W. A. ORAIO3
TOWASDA t IPA.
A N EIGHT HOUR POWER
.40111. OROTTEI TER RING ItACHlNg—
nearly now—Aar eaATiny they. ar g saa add
mom for teat dub; the seina._gown et
J. G. PATTON at Or= 21 CoAl Beek Ettom
Towsada, Ps. Ala a Two Ha, Power.
July 23. 120.-3 w.
WINE SYRUP/34ND MOLASSES
.L 7 at MaCIARII
MON TiN TV 111 W'AS D.
all. . - --- 1 i, -..,' ' i-'• '•
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pion sail mos limesbis Sways
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Mg Jew. Onlalskw OS sleek Wise
fres Iblegs Illudka, Oman aid Caps thy
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& Toloo la
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Patter Ousts Lamle. autlir Unbind
alth P. Neadeek, Oberty sad bard
woods es Moss t
'heats No m . l3 l ri nt ewa l urea g • •No.
1511, a lad Oket
todoi a/ the eleaaaabasdas la %Moe sad
Sylveala konaldpe. t
Trade No. Olt 910 acres It 0. 41181400
acres; No. 4898. lOC acres; Lettre teem
dap. lbw at Algot, beadlralara of Nettle
Tracts No. 5917. 1100 scree ; No. MO, L5lO
atm ; No. 5813, 1100 sates ; No. 1936, 1083
awes 76 ostelmte: No. 5913, 11100
6930, 1100 urea No. U3B_, 1100 acres No.
1911, 1100 ;1a sad INflardna tura.
Mrs oa head won Kettle , !hers , agar oda
Testa No. 41a, la arm ;
Appall aft Staratace towsallis, seer lilts
Tits No. 49!0.837 sem ;, 41154. 800 sees,
Marks township mils to 131anstaben
Two Mabel sad atvwdy4vi awes Wm,
Ina ekaa awl had. Blakely lowaabipj La
mm aoanty,Pa.,loll way betami Seraatoa
awl Owbale. Vary sea! the mum:
One tbonsuid anis tent dan Anthracite
alai land about mann norernat of Wilkes.
Barre, la tie OM of inporreanda
..A . bottglOSO sans of had la dfirdford ti
county. Nov 'Amy, abou t
float lacknon Amnion of the
Crait r aad Atisallo sad Drays** sad Para.
tam lIE- • 'Madge NM seat.
or . MAW,
__' boas, Lo n aoad
award sever Ming water. Winir
61115thinf My rimaisi. anitteit'oinntiot. Pskov 1 $26 per iers.
, I i
&sonars Paw sad Peonsyl4nLa lanai.—
Descriptions and dractloas gives oa applica
A valuable ComtelOW near PShcadelpbla.
Splendid grounds and Ims. , 61/ arias of bad
WESTERN PROPER?!-11* nab oil en
chanp 110 saes of good bed one third . Um•
Wed. San Piers , Stark oonnilyokws. I
Forty acres of good laad - sylth ilett treei, ap
plat, peaches, pears. ie. Sd acres *apron&
one Ulf mile Irma Sae Mere On Seaway .
80 men one mile from Bad Plere, one.tbird
timbered. No improvements. 4 On railway .
A stem mill property in Bailington tows
abfr, Bradford county. A very desirable Ins
Ittleirponels of land, oontabithg hom AO to
Matter, mob partially timbered. and Improv
ed atillandwforMdng or inoudni.
Roue WM Orem to good ordek and 136,aeres"
of improved mg thisbend fond: orehard,!good
water. &a. Under township, Tioga county, on
Northern Central '..allway.,l Pot ale on long
time and easy terms. I
26 Town Lots In Mono llosewlttle &sand
000 Acres 91 Ild Timbered toad. Sullivan
county. Pa. •
In Aires good Farraiug load, Ifarlingtoo
township: Bradford moot,
Other timbered end improved properties.
Descriptkins given on Apr satiOn.
=l'is sad Improved Best' 'Estate , -To
114"rrough, and other oroperttes 1
MONTANYE do WARD,i
Extents Conveyances, fur lab `, Briefs ot ,
buy and seU Beat Estate' collect rentals and
Itensorarre7 and examine ail kinds of prOperty.
They we prepared to negOtlate sales olpfarms,
homeideads, and properties especially &sizable
to capitalists; to procure ;dunces of money
upon bond and mortgage, dto proaeinte in
quiries for those' &drift le oaks Investments
oe Bevan a house. • Thee wil meet
la the boot known VIRE Op LIFE gompe.
msg. They two onkel, tent o. tgrod.
hid ens neighboring combo 11. 'ea lint dma
pantos la thew soma! apartments of InUM ,
Thom who desire to too or ; Nell WWI;
, All who wish to select lirousaos whist The;
All who seek pumas* iavestosents for the
tutors bsosilt Of their is secure and
fint-olsOs lik Ckmipsaiss
CapitalbAs &mirth; to 6ay or sell ; valuable
spocalstino properties ;
All wishing amnia and examinations ;
All whidag advanosJ upon valuable rea
All wbo slab to oats! , lame or rental of
Parma or Tenement'.
nem respeolthlly oolie tied Ito adroit inch bud
to ow Amoy.
Farther partirdera toritlehiet at our, once
Office, owner ollitainj sad Tine 'greets
air PROPERTIES ADVERTISED
FREE OF UHARGE'
8.U.0s Ileroor, Towadda__ ,IPa. I
Not. Mau Elwell, bars „ Pa. .
C. L. Ward, Naq., Tointrata.
O. Norm, _
G. F. Na m & Co . Towada.
J. D. Itoatsopo, .
Lathrop, Madigan Och. Noy Tat,
Noa.Joha N. Oommtkiat, Wilkaallarre.
Marto Pwrlab. Wilkaroltarre.
Boa. r. Lander; Netttroao, Pa. ,
?mods. AND d. MT
FASHIONS •FO, SPRING AND
Mobs jest Mated Haww - Yesk with
sad eddied data of MILLINERY
ore bops to be ebb to does all like
M a derwith Moir petamisie. Oosii sad See I
We will do o year Steen law blest styks
sad we defy edapditical is Mk bawd" of oar
Co 'lima Isai—ep chest.
Abe libeless Ousel lildstr.
Call sad bdort yea
Issas ea lb. As of jerair.4. Co.; bstwese
tbe Mess d Vbs. 4iterad Wawa
Mlles Outer. ,1 E. J. Pt EEC E Ind
77 — +"
Abe, PATTERNS of TIN LAVERY STYLES
foe Leer' sad Childs* , Them* Ladies
slabs to ta t sad tbe best of
dries, witik &goat Whig. w ill
dad it to to Ism Os with a
ar Booms Drat . Piero.'.: • •
• IL L.
Tows*, April 8, , -
rpm •PLACE L ITO BUY I YOUR
"c"il iktieVi a 4aar• cb4p
,Ihitetio tic fraisliar.
- • =
JO EIMUDITII; •
INNS of tie Rill Road
Risme sea spit nopoothilly twits the ot
toman" at tbs o mbacillo first and well
MUM= I AND PROVISIONS;
Whiolt be kW to soft tho Oise_ Sad
posorsf on, g NO o lurs olio,oputed opined
FRO • KORN, •
Vida; is will oltoOtod toe Ito cost sod
=4cool Mks at all um"'ks!lis
4 : 1111114 " a large stock of -
TEAS, C PIPERS, SUGARS,
I ito4risze, • -
PiOUR, ~_ :PORK,
Writhe* Mum chap for Cub.
GOODS DICLIVERED IN THE if OR Cr
Fillpti OF Ogillae.
The demi*alma& and iriolaiti c wUl
,thsaks for tbeir ivy nag
, n ha two yeori, and In
pronto with their medium. to lawn ov
ary °pot stunt! Warp our boohoo, so al
to natant tion to all. call and on us
lig•hk , I
Towoods;4l, 10. 1867.
4.1 GROOKRY AND PROVI ,
SION STORE I
=OCAS J. JONES,
Has opened a new. Grocery aid Provision Store
la Patton'a Block, in -the store formerly o con,
pled by &dam &
e Son. where he now of& re to
the Wino It halo IWO/ of
GROCERIES I AND PROVISIONS,
Of the best qtralitY, and to be sold at the VERY
LOWEST PRICES. The 'etoolroontain a
11 • •
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS,
SUGARS, ko. Also
EED, MEAL, &C.
In bet everything usually kept In a ,Grocery
And Prevision Store, which I shall sela as low
as can be bought elsewhere.
ar Cash will be paid for all , •• - Conn try
Reduce. ! Towanda, Oct 17. lw7 .
N E S T OR.
W. A. ROCKWELL'S.
PINE APPLES, PEACIIES,'PLUMS
L AND CANNED„OYS.TERS.
PEACHES, PRIINES,i CHERRIES,
Av., Ac., Ac.
TEAS, StGARS, SYRUPS,
MOLASSES, COFFEE, SPICES,
Of all kinds, la fact everything to the
BUTTES, LARD, EQGS, AND EVERY
vAximpay OP rusirvize
DRY GOODS OF ALL VARIETIES,
LOWEST POINT IN THE MARKET
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST 1
ALL KINDS - OF PRODUCE.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING
nln the Orm of C. B. PATCH 1 CO., Is now
prepared• to ' otter to On. citizens of Bradford
County sad,vlclalty, a large and well selected
Mich I.have purchased for Cash and feel conti
dent that can sell at an low flgams as can be
purchased elsewhere. I now offer to the public.
a splendid stook of
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS,
G. D. YONTANYE,
AKRON FLOUR, GRAHAM DO
I 'keep oonanintly °a band, PORK, HANSI,
LARD and IFl4ds, of FISH. Would call the at
tattoo of the public to onr Can't .Be Beat
Iu quality or i)rloi. • lase Oakley's Celebrated
Laundry, Nay) York Chemical and Brown Soap.
Please con Od, canine our stock of
WOODEN . WARE.-
Lame amortalent of YANKEE NOTIONS.
TOILET BOAill, &a., &a. I will pay the high
est ate price for
Farmers give its a umll before selling elsiwhere
AIL penman indebted to the ;ate arm ,, wlll ,
plan cell apd make immediate payment.
' IC. B. PATCH
Ten'Pads , Ouch 12, Um-
lisa opened A shop in the loom' back of the
Ikons of thelYoung Yen's .Christtan Asada
Ws, second story, over Eddy's,Clotbing Store
Where be is n'w prepared U•4-'all kinds of
In the best mid most fiiihiensblemanner. An
experience ell many years, a determination to
keep Op; irth the Fashion of the Times, ands
death to pleats his customers. he believes will
enable him tolgive sutlshiction.
INS. Matti* done on short notice and reason
ble terMs. Towanda, Oct. 17, 1867.
OF ALL %INDS.
DRIED AP LES,
Will be kept constantly on band
A fifth lot of
Purchased at tho
And will be sold as
TO THE FARMERS
.CASH PAID FOR
W. 4. ROCKWELL
Purchased the entire Interest of
R. H. PATCH,
STARCH, SALERATIIII, SPICES, &C.
!We ion hand a large stook of
RYE DO. BUCKWHEAT DO.
BTO?K OF TOBACCO,
CO 0 :Y PRODUCE
C. B. PATCH
7 i§:;.;r ~-~~ ~..
_, .-...ice ay,,:~ „ :...
NAW ; 111 PAPEIR
• . -
R'._..- - 17:-. ,: : :'.,. E. : 1): . :D--T f'(i
Would lama.* to VW , Wawa of
sad the peak~My that be, has la: shwa,
deitl rEid,w l .4l ": ' - . ,
la Ids lIM. oolSoblo to Utotraats of the people,
',I'M be odil aoll Mc Otermoy at formic
G 0 - 4iD BI GB
ambito" so spud of pod well as rollatdo
\, Inv44 of say iliad)
COATS, VESTS AND', PANTS,
DRESS COATS, PANTS & VESTS,
Linen , Costa, pastas and
Over Lila mid' Over Shirts. Linea and Paw
Collars. Liam Cawdmere and Phenyl Shirts.
Nock Ties. Elsopsodecc, Gloves. Cum. Leather
Bap,Spring Earle Silk, Edit and Straw Hata.
Ail &Arches. Emembm that good Goods are
cheaper at a fair price than poor goods at any
price. Call aad examine my goods before buy.
log. Next door to Powell a Co.
B. W. EDDY.
Towanda - .40 28.87.
THE TEMPLE OF FASHION I
NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS!
An entire new stock al Clothing bought as
chespiss before the war to be' sold with
SMALL PROFITS 1
The undersigned - would respectfully announce
to the amens of Towanda and vicinity that he
hi pow ready to offer them CI othlng, such as
FINE. BEAVER OVERCOATS,
FINEST DRESS AND BUSINESS SNITS
HATS AND OAPS.
Furnishing Goods, &c.. and that these goods
bought at very low figures will be sold with
very small profits I intend to establish a per.
manent trade in this place, and In order to gain
the confidence of purchasers, will deal on a
HONESTY AND INTEGRITY !
and all goods will be' warranted for what they
are represt rated to be. Cdme and examine and
convince yOurself. Don't forget the place.
Temple of Fashion, opposite the
south end of Beidleman's Block.
Towanda, 0ct.17, 1867
BEOELL & VAN VEL
READY MADE CLOTHING
lIAIS AND CAPS,
GENTS - FURNISHING GOODS
68 Broad Street,
WAVERLY, TIOGA COUTY N.Y
We. have a Fashionble Cutter from New
York City, mid take all the risk in giving you a
- _env VAnr. CLOTFIDIII
We make at our own estai s ilishment. We give
particular attention to Youth's Boys, and
And alwayeve a goonamottmentj
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES,
From 65 cents to $3 per yard, (all wool.)
Best Stock of Hats and Caps
Kept within 20 ruilesJ Come and :lOok and,
prove for yourself.
wk. Will be at the Ward House the lint and
third Monday of every month with samples
of Goode, an prepared to take miasores.
BEDELL dt VAN VELSOB.
68 Broad•at., Waver! X.
Agents for Grover .k Baker's &wing Machines
April 2, 1868..
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS 1
COHEN & ROSENTIELD,
Wataxas, It seems 'to have pleased the in
habitants of Towanda, and vicinity, to recog
nise our fair way of dealing ;
AND Wazseas, We owe our !sincere thanks
to the community for extending to us so liberal
a patrionage until now ;
`Awn azaras We deem it our d uty to re
ciprocatii all the ,favors bestowed upon as thus
We do hereby publicly PROCLAIM, that ou
great dock of
New Spring and Summer Goods,
Comprising everything in the
LINE OF CLOTHING
Doeskin & Cassimere Pants
And a 1 the beet styles costa, vests, in.
GEN7S. FURNISHING GOODS
LATEST STYLES HATS & CAPS
Will be disposed of stanch
That will astonish the community. AA our
Goods are manufactured New York express
ly for this market, we can affbrd to sell-u cheap
u the next. We are bound to satisfy all who
give us a call.
COHEN & ROSENFIELD.
Next door to Fox, Stevens, Mercer Co.
Towanda, April 16, 1868. - ,
We would call the attentimi of the public to
the fact that we have opened a Brarich Store in
WYALUSINO, (bl i the store formerly occupied
by 8. F. TILYIOO where we are prepared to sell
at the same Low Bates.
,Give us a call before
I COHEN 1 ROSENFIELD.
Wyalcudng; Aprlll6, 1868.
-J. M. COLLIN S,
Hai removed to the store•forme - occupied by
Marshall Brothers & Co., next below the Poet
Office, and has replenished his sasortete eat with
a large and new stock of •
READY ,MADE CLOTHING,
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
• &C.., ' &O. '
These goods hate been recently purchased
the decline in prices, and will be sold at
'EXTREMELY LOW RATES I '
give me a call, before_ purchasing elsewhere,
as I will sell better goods.. at lower prates 'than
I have mane arrangements with an expell
er ced Tailor t
And having a large etc* of Cloths sad rehn•
minim, I man furnish costumers with every
style of Garment they mry desire. malls In a
fashionable manner, and warranted to OIL
Don't forgot the place, nest dour below the
Poet - Once and News R oom, Main sty
Towanda, April 3), 1868. ,
it , .- - ,DRITG ,'BTOREti
Canna; Wets ad' Pleketamaii .. taremle,
-*Wee' rasealliatialleisels •
Mltoseplite ,amortara;, - earlitiateg ea
eabiablemsesay. subeselas =ay Midge and
to &beasts es . meehealeal rupees. Weeny
Waded sitikaapattothet e rehe weak et
ra t WOO will be eoadeatii lap
gra bath webs Bes t _
sa ilreoleade or MA
, • - „
DRUGS, MEDICINES, mow*,
MOM OILS, Tama"
_BEN2INE AND TURPENTINE;
lust, PAINT, VARNISH; WHITE. WARN.
• And all kinds of Smokes.
KEROSENE OR COAL
Alcohol and Rosin r Plaids.
LAMPS, EiIiADES, was. oilman,
Spenn.terd. Mulle t Nests Part.
TONER'S AND MACHINE OILS,
Panty and Toilet Articles Is all their misty,
SPONOES. Bausues, SOAPS, CONES.
Ponisdes, RairDyes, Perfumery,
IPOOKET BOOKS, PORT MONAIS,
Pocket Knives, Rayon, ,
TOOTH. SKIN AND HAIR PREPARATIONS
• PURN WINOS AND LIQUORS,
For 11[alleluia me.
I'opacco,l Starry, Pins AND Mass,
arden, Field 8.11'401m Seeds, Trainee, Bap
Oorters, Suspensories, Shoulder Braces.
Breast pump., Teething BlnD . Lu=
• Baths, Nipples, Binds
&folds. Syringes, BM Psin7relf•
Sealing Fruit Jam, Thermometers,
Flavoring Extracts, Stone Jags, 'Glass
Ware: Bottles, Ties. Corks, Bath Brick ,
and Stoveßlacking, Flab Taekle — , Amman — i•
Mon, Ike. Botanic, Eclectle,and Homavath
lc Medicines, and all the Popular Patent
MED. I C I E 8 -
Alearticiitt warranted u Tepresented. Per
sons at a d tam* can receive their orders bl
stage or mall , which will receive prompt and
careful at •. tion.
DR. PORTER'S PREPARA27O2+7B
FOR FAMILY USE,
Known as Soft and Reliable Remedies, ate war
ranted for what they are intended to i.ive satis
faction, via :
Dr. Porter's • Pectoral
4 1 for coughs,
colds, how ints&c.soc&SlL 00
Dr. Porter's Eclectic Pills, for bilious coot
plaints and mild cathartic.... 25
Dr. Porter's Sanifer Syrup, for scrofula
skin distil:Bes, 4re 1 00
Dr: Porter's Uterine Tonic, for female weak
ness,./kc. 1 00
Dr. Porters Toni# Elixir for strengthening
the srtem; 1 00
Dr. Porter's Tansy Schnapps, for liver and
kuing complaints 1 00
Dr. Porter's Comp. Syr. Hypophospbites.
for nercionts debilly 1 GO
Dr Porter's Blackberry Balsam. for dial--
rhea, ac. . 35.
Dr: Porter's Faintly Embrocation foi sprains
bruises, 4-c . .13
D. Porter's Pectoral Wafers, for hoarse
ness, sore throat, te
Dr. Porter's Worm Wafers, for expelling •
Dr:Porter's Worm Syrup, for exteratina
ling worm 36
Dr. Porter's Intent Relief, for crying babies'.
colic., - 26
Dr. Porter's Cephalic Snuff, for catarrh
Dr. Porter's 'Toothache Drops, for loath-
Dr. Porter's Tooth Powder, for preserving
Dr. Porter's Tricoaene, for dressing and 50
growing the hair • 60
h Tri ai eophile, for beautifying the
Dr. Porter's Odoriferous Shampoo.for clean
ing the hair
Dr. Porter's Milk of Flowers, for beautify..
ing the complexion
Dr. Porter's Pile O'ntment. for externs.
Dr. Porter's French Compound, for scald
Dr. Porter's- Medicated Flgs,; for habitue.
Dr. Porter's Healing Salve, for cats,woands
Dr. Porters Lip Salve, for cbappsd lips ,
Porter's Eye Salve, foi Intl=led eyes.. 26
Porter's Eye Water. for inflamed eyes.
Dr. Porter's Corn and Wart Remover, for
toms and bunions 23
IDl.Portees Constipation Pills, for costive
Dr. Porter's Iron Pills, for poor b100d.....' 26
Dr. Porter's Citrate Magnesia, for • pleas.
ant cathartic. ' 60
Dr. Porter's Liquid Itemiet, for making nu
tritious diet for invalids 26
Dr.Totter's Extract Vanilla, for flavoring
Ice cream, 40 40
Dr. Porterk Extract Lemon, for flavoring i o
ice cream—large. bottles '
Dr. Porter's Oriental Cement, fot mending
. • broken glass, 40 - 25
Dr. Porter's Liquid Glue, tor repairing
wood work la
Dr. Porter's Cleansing Pimd,for easy wash
Dr. Porter's Bed 'Bug Poison, for killing
Dr. Porter's Fly Poison Paper, for killing
flies - 05
Dr. Porter's Rat and Mice Poison, tor ex
terminating rata 25
Dr. Porter's Benzine, for removing spots
from clothes .. 25
Dr. Porter's Black Ink, in pint bottles 25
•"in bulk by the gallon 00
Dr. Porter's Horse and Cattle Powder, for ...
- . diseases of animals. • ' 30
Dr. Porter's Horse and Cattle Lotion, for
sprains, galls, &c • 60
Dr. Porter's Ring-Bone and Spavin ',Our%
for lame horses.„, 60
• Medic* 'advice given gratuitously at the'ofilee,
charging only for medicine.
air Thankful for pastliberal patronage,would
respectitttly announce to his friends and the
public,•that no pains shall be spared to satisfy,
and merit the continuation of their confidence
H. C. PORTER, M. D.
AGAIN IN MOTION 1
Having purchased the stock of Tobacco belong
ing to Handall, Compton & Co., and having
built a shanty on the same ground, we are pre;
pared to offer to the public
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
` CHEWING TOBACCO,
Gold Leaf, Sunny Side, Pine Apple, Michigan
Fig, Rose Leaf and Star, which we oiler for, sale
In quantities to snit Onstotners. Packages in
Barrels, baits and quarters.
The celebrated , lone Jack, Pride of the Pal
ted States, Virginietle,Gold Lest, Navy and all
kinds of Sflllcknlc. '
BBLNOS OP COMBS,
American Eagle; Gen. Grant, Leboquet ha
pert*, Tycoon and the very choicest - brands o
We will keep constantly on hand a variety of
Pipes-, Cigar Cases, Tobacco Boxes and Pontia
c, and everything usually kept Ina Tobacco
Landlords supplied with Cigars sot Poll To
bacco on liberal terms.
All -orders promptly fill& 1 3 ihnrt uotioe.r
CHEAP PASSAGE FROM OR TO
IRELAND OR ENGLAND 1
011071:81 C0:11 41,11 07
1341112111.01,17, OP LmarooL.
Williams & Ginion'a old "Black Star Line" of
Liverpool Packets, sailing every imp*.
Line of Packets from• or to Lon
don, sailing twice a month.
Remittances to . England, Ireland and Scotland
payable on demand..
For farther particulars, apply to Williams •&
salon, 29 Broadway, New-York, or
0. F. ,WASON & 0., Bankers,
Oct. I, 1868. - ' Towanda.Pa
WSW. OR ANY OTHER AR
T 101.13 In our Hoe, ordered at short notice
oy calling at the BMWS BOWL
B g . lt ;.B.:R KLS
, _ •
W. B. Qom Oseatomettiona a t m%
ate Stio loolOom el, :So
otooillto.i.ilhokortioto Jo it **lt
gd ro= it ag rtin klooo to mime Itimittio non
NY asks or Ma sod l does of
get Alals, l l°e lll , ,poblio=
liesjut heir nestred,rnail we ari
pired.lo.applytte. • . ,
vitix.siccir - Tsz . PUBLIC WITH A2TWL
FOB 11191011 888 WILL
sow= 1101620T113 AND 10110PATHIO
runs, on., VASXIBIII, -
PAINT AND VARNISH BRUSHES,
A variety of
FROM OS TO
mommr , ,
4•_ • . .
DWG - 87012•
11 a D/111138 AID inzionns
BiLOll6Olll VO VII MIS.
PURI WINO AND mums,
•fi AND SLAY.
rime SAD Tower isnciausioi ' AI
nuns% ar t oolloisci AXD nom mule,
ALKALOID AND READITOIDS.
All the Beet Brume,
=UM SHIPS, NIPPLE SHELLS, AID
Mining Bottles, BringLe awl Cgbatere,
• LAZES AZIOSTIOINT OP 11,11011, SHOP/, POOR!
11:31111711111, ' .
SURGICAL INSTRUNINTOOP LATE STYLE
Lwo bar Qvauvr.
A large sapp., Brushes for the Hat and Hair.
Also for the Teeth and Nalle,Tooth Pow
ders and Pastes, Oils, Perfumery,
Soaps. Combs, Hair I=or
. &tors. hpse KOTOIn
Wicks, e e .. all of the •
late it styles.
CHOICE CIOMIS, TOBACCO AND SNUFF.
air Physic's= supplied at reasonable rates.
Medicines and Prescriptions carefully.. and ac.
curate!, compounded and prepared by compet
ent persons at all hours of the day and night.
Sunday hours from 9to 10 o'clociln the fore
noon, to lin the afternoon.
W. E. H. GORE.
Towar , Sept. 29, 186 d.
O MI p._
- c e c i a M
. , tpg op. 1, 03
r4el 2 re
0' 4 i=l
a t, z .1 Frz
I. 1 E 4 2 1 i $
4z ": 14 :2 t . 1 1:1:1
-, a ' 1 I ›.•
r z .4
sp f ' =
lag 80: ' 4
MARSHALL BROTHERS & CO.,
Wish to call the attention- of the public to
their new Stock of
BLACK SMITHS' TOOLS,
- and CARPENTERS' TOOLS,
, Also, a large t of
Window Ohm, Sub, Flints, Oils,
;Patty, Varnishes and Paint
and Varnish - •
of all kinds, which will be sold for thelowest
fliah mica. Aloe.* the amortise= of
of every style and pattern to nit the public.
Fluid Oil to .
Particular attention paid to the stanzas's:Wring
of all kinds of
JOTTING PROMPT - LT AYTISDID TO
We Dave on hand a One article of
GLA-SS PILUIT JARS,
with improvedaelf-aealing corks, and
HERMETICAL BEALINope N 8
which la one of the - belt - cans used
THE GOOD TIME HAS COME I
The supine of labor combined with other
came hu told with fearful effect upon
And it is decidedly lower, which can easily be
seen by enquiring prices at
FROST'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Where may be found the !argot and best stook
of Furniture ever offered In this market, and
whichl am now offering . at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
I am-now selling Oak and Chestnut Extenilon
Thblea at $1,60 per foot, and other goods in the
same proportion, many of them as cheap as be.
fore the War. I have also increased facilities
for Mannfaitarlng, and - can furnish
DEALERS AT WHOLESALE
Thankful tx their past liberal patronage and
determined to merit a continuation of the same
by offering inducements not to be found cis.-
Where, I Waite the public to call and examine
my goods and prices before pure basing else
where. No charge for showing goods. and I
WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD I
I also keep on hand a large stock of Ready
Made Coffins from the most common to the
finest &Mew° d. Also Victoria Lawn, Merino
and Satin Robes, caps, 10.,and will furnish
everying in the line of Un dertaking on the
most reasonable terms.
A 000 D HEARSE
Always in readiness when required.
JAMES 0. FROST.
Towanda, April 16,1868.
ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS I
-The subscribers are now remising from New
York a fine assortment of
GOODS IN THEIR LINE I
Cormiatlng in part of
BROWN & BLEACHED MUSLIM,
LADI AND CHILDREN'S DRESS GOODS,
Fancy nista, Shawls. Hoop Bkirta ,
GLOVES, HOSIERY, Massa Nanon,
MI of which can be boUght u cheap la the
lame quality of goOda can be bought in To
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT .
to beteg tarnished wltbAlte latest styles of
BONNETS AND •HAITS,
II . .
kiid general assortment of Millinery Goods,
with competent Milliners to snit the taste of all
who may - favor them with their patronage.
Speak! attention paid to
BLEACHING AND STRAW. WORK
As w e hire an experienced Lady expressly for
*hi department satisfaction guaranteed.
Main Street, alrectly oppOslte the Court
B. A. PITT= & CO.
TowaAds, April 16,1863.41 A
Nom - lnkAPPni 'INAMDRY
mrs , o I 3 . 1 I 8 OCP,
.at ' sed("ibmo l ,« Sine%
TOWANDA, BRADFORD CO;,' PA:
' is am prepared to fl rota
0190 MAR SAW MPS
01 theboot %be idol* Improve
oats. Ali Ideft oflboblury for Pkguing owl
STEAM ENGINES, -
MADE & REPAIRED, -
_ GAUGE COOKS,
Votolobod At abort notice.
BOLT' GUTTING, -
Dons cram; to le Whoa Indlamoter.
• FORGING -
Of heavy 'wrought work !for Bridger, •and all
other purposes ; done 10- order.: • Also, *large
assortment of • ' • *
*COOKING &HA'ATING STOVES;
Coal and Wad Burners: Furniture for Cooking
Stoves Stove Pipe.' Tin-Ware, Boat Pampa,
Plowl:Cultivatom and.Lerapars, kept *natant
ly on hand. • • •
DRAWINGS & SPECIFICATIONS
Of all kinds of machinery for mills and other
Furies prepared by •
• W.ARREN, HILL,
Foreman, who has had large exp erience In this
branch of the Mainers. -
_ • JOHN CABMAN. Towanda, Oct: 29,-1866.-17.
T OW ANDA OARIVAGE
Th 6 modenigned.rewpectltdly announce to the
public that they have purchased the
G. H. "DRAKE;
And are now prepared to build work in
THE LATEST STYLE
And most workmanlike manner. They will
constantly keep on hand an snort mint of eplen•
TOP AND OPEN BUGGIES,
DEMOCRAT AND LUMBER WAGONS,
omit Alsp TWO ameTzo
ALBANY SLEIG HS
ALL WORE WARRANTED.
REPAIRING promptly attended to at rea
BRYANT- it STULEN
Towanda, May 9,1867.-Iy.
NEW PLANING. - MI-LL
The undersigned having built a large, and com
modious Mill in the Borough of Towanda, and
filled it with the most , modern and improved
machinery, for the manufacture of.
WINDOW 'SASH, 4 BLINDS;
asimepared to All order's; whether large or
, upon the ishorteat • notice. - We have.
she a large variety of NOULDINO, of the
latest - style and pattern, which we can furnish
math cheaper than they can be worked by
' - TONGUEING,
' • GROVEINO,
AND BORGIA, .
&mini other 'work pertaining to toinery, will
be done to suit our customers. .
Persons building, and not living more than
twelve to fourteen. miles distant, will Hod it
largely for their interest to buy of us, or bring
their lumber and worked by oar machinery:
Bring your grist or Flaming, or other lumber,
and while your team is is feeding„f have it
ground out and take It home with you.
We will pay CABS for PINE I HEMLOCK
LUMBER delivered *tour lumber yard. Come
and see us. or if you can't come, write.
L. B. RODOEBB• Zs CO.
Towanda :Feb.. 1864.
Calls the attention of the public to the fa
that he manufactures &admits At •
WHOLESALE AND 'MAIL,
AU kinds of nonfectionaries, Foreign and Do
mestic lints, &c. Dealers in the country Wish
ing.anytbing in his 'line will' do well to , send
their orders to him, and they will be promptly
attended to. Satisfaction guaranteed. Store.
ittPatton's Block. Towanda. Pa. ,
Feb. 24,1868.—tf.' -.
nOOK-BINDERY.-TIIE - PUBLIC
JO is tespeettnily informed that the Book ,
Bindery has been removed to the Argus Build•
tug, 3d story, where will be done
B 0 0 IL-B I N DIN GI
In all Its various branches, on terms as rea
K:table as" the times" will allow. The Bled
cry will be under the charge of
An experienced Binder, and all work will be
promptly done In a style and manner which
cannot be exce lled.. Music, !devalues., News-
papers, Old Books, U 4 bound In every variety
of style. . Patticular"attention - will be paid to
the Baling and BM - ding of
To any desired pattern, which In quality led
durability wil be warranted. .
All work will be ready for delivery when
The patronage Oethe public is solicited, and
petite satisfaction giArranteed.
Towanda. August 2.
TO BACCO AND C,IGARSI
The uadera!ped have eatabllahed a
STEAM TOBACCO FACTORY,
T 'O W ..A N D A ,
4 On Main B t below Bridge Street.
Where they ' manufacturing all !dada of
CUT TOBA CO AND CIGARS!
Which ey offer to . the trade at
W . H 0 L gALE•PRICES
North America, Philadelplila:.. 18 2,901,266 72
Phcenix, of - Hartford . • 1,234,195 41
Germanla,New York... ..... 876,815 50
'Home In. Co., 'New Haven, 1,619,070. 30
North American Fire In. Co., of
New York, 155,000 00
Enterprise. of Cincinnati, 1,000 ,000 00
Mutual Life,Now York, 20,00 , .000 00
We write policies in the above reliable corn
panies at the lowest rates. Particular attarti.ar
given to farm property. Office two doors north
of the Poet Office, up stairs. in the room occu
pied by John W. Mix and Henry Peet, al+o a t
the tanking House of- B. S. Russell & Co.
• B. B. RUSSELI.,
JOHN W. MIX.
Our Tobacco Is manufactured from the best I Towanda, Feb. 2fi, 1868. • -
That cannot fail to omit. Wei would moat T.
cMy solicit a call from,the deale.a through
lug i nPenrksylvania to an examination of
OUR STOCK AND PRICES 1
KENTUCKY..: AND VIRGINIA
Stock that can be procured in the market.
Ghee an a Wt. • This is a home enterprise and
will succeed with a liberal . dhipositloa of the
trade to support home manufaCtory..
MEANS & PHINNY;
I . s7*Main Street, Towanda, Pa.
Jane 4, 1268.--tt. , •
VIIRI4ITURE : " ARE-ROOgS 1
j: - - • . • ~ _
JANES MAXWSON cal to the public
that he atilt continua td manafacttire sad . keep
on hand's large assortment of ' •
ve4;rtx-y . u4NirrllC
Banana. Tables. Bediteada. Stand., Chain,
ac., of awry deecriptia:, which will be made
of the bat materials,aadain he moat workman
like manner. :
I invite the inectkon of the publio to myfirork „
which drilla° be summed la durabilitypr ices, at any
sho in the coun try, my will be
found to be as low as the and timer will admit.
Bradpmade Cal= constantly on hand or
made to order. A good Hearse will be famished
Ant. lb, 18W ' A
H. C. WHITAKER,
t;-:e InittntiCC •
• policies wileama k e. wasted promptly.
By H. B. MVIEALA Awn,
the rollowlzig veU ?mown and rtitable CaL
psalm Ofloallontanye's Muck. -
4tUrsiggo 4 01 ,varie C 1 11 41 44. ! .*.11 - 700,c0r,
Alma Inn STOCK 7,lll7Lliii OnliamT, I
• . .•-• Har(ford, - Coo,
Calb,Amsts, Nov. 1, .m •
Laivarooa ain Lomax Ann OL
You Ann Lin liatuaascs Co.
Capital fkuplas and Begerved Vann.
(Go) - 116,171,0176
Amato In Ma trigtadades, over... 1,600,00 ti
.Datty Ilvandoma,llllllllnlll Of (00W) 17,061
Zvi In)waarcs Conraxy, ;
Moitford, Conn. f
MEW JISIALT MUTUAL LITZ INSUAANCII Co.,
Newark. - N. J.
Norm Anima TiArarboarrAra
Ceenrioncriar lkivrereatesineunnecil loovoo
' Co., . Hareford, Conn.,
Towanda, Feb. 20,1666—tf
FIRE, LIFE, AND ACCIDENZAI.
CAIrrAL , EZPIUMENTED OVU
SEVENTEEN ` MILLION. D0L.L.411.‘.
0. S. RUSSELL, Agent,
lOt TIIIIVOLLOWINO NA= SuiULL Ccagrar
Gnu= Fria & Malatya Isaaaascs
Corm . Pildhalphia,f
Capital and atirplaa , over.... .. ....
ou Issunswor Coxranr,
Of New-York. .}
Capital and surplus, over...
Llaasaiat.CoiiaiT OF crown I.
AMERICA „ PAgedelPhia•
Capital and 'lmams, over .
IlfAutuArrAs Ininnuinaz CoxpANy , t
- Of Wetti•York. -
Slardtal and toping, over-- .....
ENTERPRISE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital and surplus, over
Uric Irretrakscs C010.8.N7,
Capital and surplus, over
PUTNAM INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Hartford, Conn.
,Capita Land morplus, over
Itiu:ruAL Lin iNSCRANCE COMPANY, t
Of New- Yor k
Capital and surplus, aver
TRATILLERS INSURANCE COMFANY, t
•Of Hartford, Cohn. f
Capital and' enrpluv, over
Risks taken on ail kind., aJ Property, at as
low ratesas by any other reliable Compan
sar Policies issued and Losses, It any, ad.
jwited at this Agency,thereby saying the trucbl:
and expense of going elsewlferelor lett lerntnt.
sir Office at the .Hardwhere Store el t c 4
ding. Zt Russell C.
Towanda, Feb. 7, 10t16.--ti "
T IIE . INSURANCE COMPA-NY
OF NORTH AMERICA.
Othie No. 24:1 Walnut Street ,I'billstlr
• Thisr_Comparty are now prosecuting the bn I
nes!' of .insurance from lout or damage by FIRE
on Buildings . , Merchandise : Furniture. •c.
throughout the State of Pennsylvania, (a.
al terms,for long or short periods;' or pet to . ".sr.t.
ly of Buildings, by a deposit of Premium.
The prompt payment of claims for losses due •
ing the period of nearly 70 years that the Coot.
pony has been in esisten.ce. entitles them to the
confidence of the public..
DlfiEcrons. Arthur G. Coffin, Samuel W
Jones? John A Brown, Charles Taylor, Ambrose
White, Juo. R. Neff, Richard D. Wood, Wm
Welah,. Wm'. E. Bowen, James N. Dicks ma t 8.
Morris Watn,. John Mason, Geo. L, Harrison,
Francis R. Cope:Edward EL Trotter.-Edward 8.
Clarke, Wm. Cummings.
AHTLICI: G. COFFIN, Pretegt.
C. B. RUSSELL, Agent, Towanda. t
LIVERPOOL AND LON DON AND
GLOBE FIRE AND LIVE I.` , ,,IJRANCE
COMPANY.—Office, 45 William St., and 72G,
Broadway, N. Y.,
Capital, Surplus and Reserved Panda •
Assets in the United States, over ... . 1,800,000
Dally Premiums, upwards of (gold).. 17,000
The shareholders personally responsible ler
engagements of the company. Alt Directors
tan t, be shareholders. -
lazerou U NEW You..—Francis Cunene':
Es Chairman, Henry Grinnell, Esq.' Deputy
Ch ratan , , Joseph' Gaillard, Jr. Earl. , E: IL
Archibald, Eaq., H. B. M. Consul, Alexander
Hamilton, Jr., Esq., Robert C. Ferguson, Esq.
Allred Pe11, ., Resident Secretary. Ale:
ander Harnilten, Jr., Esq„ Counsel of Board.
Baas—Phenix Bank—Cammann .k Co.
The Policies of this Company are isseed.4
well-known American citizens resident in New
York, who arc Directors and Sherehoh,lers, and
consequently, with the other Shareholders. are
individually liable for all the engagements of
the Conipany ; all Policies are signed by them,
all claims are payable in cash on proof, of loss
without deduction for interest, and not, ai is
usual, sixty days after - presentation of proof.
.They expire at six o'clock, P. !M., and nut si
izton. Life inerarance effected. and anauniei
kranted on favorable terms.
71, B. iIcKEAN .treat.
Towanda . April 23, 1867.
T HE EQUITABLE LIFE SUI
ANCE S Ageac j for-Bradford cr
CASH CAPITAL KOOO,OOO
-Yearly income ovc r. $2.000,000 cash.
.Towanda, July 25, 1867.
TEE ASTOR FIRE - IN - SURANCh
or New York. Agency for Bradford Co
Dividend for,looo, 10 per cent.
Towanda, July '25,1867.
THE LYCOMING MUTUAL FIRE
Insurnna Agency for Bradford County.
Mutual Cash plan. Ksuccessild oper:it! , r. CT
er twenty-seven years.
Towanda, July 25, 1667
WYOMING INSURANCE AGES
WtOING INSURANCE COMPANY
• Wiles-Barre, Pa
W. S. ROSS. Preside ..t
L. D. SHOEMAKER. ...Vice President
It. C. SMITH. Secretary
Capital and Surplos slso,oce:
North America , Hartford. Conn. asset s $360,100
Fulton. New-York, " 200 (60
Springfield, . •• —, AOO,OOO
Applications for insurance in/the above Corn
panies taken at fair rates, and business attend
ed to with promptness and care. Particulir
attention will be given_to Farin risks in the
country. Also Life and Live Stock Insurance al
fected in pod and reliable companies. Offi,i
over the - Bakery o n Main-at., • formerly occupied
by Mercur& Morrow.
T. B. CAMP, /gent.
Towanda, Mar ch,.1.2. 18G8.—tf.
R U SELL & MIX'S
Capital Represented over $27,000,000,
FASHIONABLE TAILORING !
Respectfully Informs the citizens of Towanda
Roro3gh, that ho has opened a
In Phinney's Building opposite thi ofeani.Hou , e
and !genets a share of public patronage:
He. la prepared to cut and make garments in
the moat fashionable style, and the most Jum
ble manner. Perfect, satisfaction will be kaar
Cutting and Repairing done to order ou shot
notice. • Sept. TO, fit6i.
A PPLICATION IN DIVORCE. -
/11141. To Mary A. Streevy.—No. 86. May ter
1865. Yon are hereby notifiedthat Alfred
Btreevy, your husband, has applied to the Court
of Common Pleat of Bradford County,.;lor a
divorce from the bands of matrimony, and the
Bald Court has appointed Monday the 7th daj_
of September, 1868, for hearing the said
fred In the premises, at which time and place
you can attend If you thinifproper.
$1,700 uf ,
t, , J41 Ov(u-