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Puma Wrana Cow TO tbsrix.—at
"is art =penalise mutton. -oir-.-ausage
meat to geed:whole ipain toaar Mud
of animals: isiiduAltraeraiin
grains' p ruirioleiVirithaicsol4ll
or skis t arhfr.h ors.; FA
moat &annals will noiaotvel taak
sequently,4 the skin , hi - salmi:en
before the grain enters ths stomach,
the .kernels will- pun of With
droppings without affording the ani
mal that swallowed the -grain any
more nourishinent • than fragments of
wood of eqttal size.
During the month of August lait,
the *titer procured a quantity of
horse minexe for topdressing straw
berry-plants; and in &few days after
the mulch was staved around the
plants, the unbroken kernels of oats
vegitated, so that, the entire surfaoe
of the ground appeared as green sea
lawn., This fact showed-conclusive
ly, that much of the grain had never
nforded the animas that swallowed
them any nourishment at all. Young
hopes having sound and sharp teeth
iiegnently swallow their mean of
oats without breaking the skin of the
When mills are at a distance pr.
ple will peitrist in feeding-Whole gram,
it will always be -found move advan
tageous to soak the grain at lei*
twenty-four hours before . using it.—
Suppose, for example,
,s teamster is
accustomed to "feed a team - eight
quarts of Indian_ corn and oats• at
l each feeding,say three times a day.
Let the grain be put in a pail and
covered with warm water every
time the team is fed. This plan
would require three pans when the
team is fed three times daily. Wards
water is far better than cold.water,is
cold water, in cold weather will soft
en the grain but little. Teamster
may rest assured that it will. pay
well for all trouble before feedingit.- , -
N. Y. Times.
EVIDISCIS OF • GOOD FAIMEL- -Thu
thrifty*rudeat farmer,—one interest
ed in his business, an :who persues
it as well for the love of it as for the
prfit it willaniely afford if conducted
with system and-economy,—it is con
steady engaged in fixing up his pram;
ins and putting them in more conve
nient and through order. He spends
no stormy days at the country vil
lage,as do his less prudent neighbors,
nor does he have any spare hours
in which to loaf at the country shop
or store: His time is bettir employ
ed. In winter as well as in summer
he has his stormy day work planned
beforehand, reserving to be perform
ed at such time some needed job that
can be done without interfering with
the regular work of the farm on
pleasant days But while constantly.
active, and watchful that time is lost
or wasted he always has plenty of
time to receive and make calls upon
his neighbors, attend to necessary
business that frequently calls him
away frc m home, and store his mind
with useful knowledge. It is this
very attention to his home duties,this
husbanding of his time, this constant
care to the tittle necessary fixings of
his farm and buildings_that enables
him to keep before his work and have
time for a day's leisure without be
ing driven by his business. Not
only are the more important matters
upon his farm attended to, bat the
little details are not overlooked.—
While his fields are smooth and pro
ductive, his fences upright and per
manent,and his buildings well painted
and in good repair ,' at the same time
the windows to his house are not
Ntuffed with old rags, the latches and
handles to hist.doors are pefect, and
the numberless little conveniences,
quite expressive in s themselves, but
which render a set of farm buildings
so convenient and handy, are to be
found at every turn.
Sirrrry Coati Porsorrom—Several
cattle have died suddenly of late, in
the Western part of Massachusetts,
which is attributed, by a correspond
ent of the N. E. Homestead, to their
eating Smutty-corn, which was found
in most fieds the past, autumn, to an
unusual extent. Some cattle havingi
died at West Springfield, Professor
Gamgee, who chanced to be near at
hand, was called, and decided that
the disease was undoubtedly caused
by the smut on the corn with which
the cattle had been fed. He presoib
ed purgatives for the cure of the liv
ing, and thought that with proper'
and timely care there would be little
difficulty In saving the lives of cattle
which are attacked. His prescription
is a pound of. Edsom salts, an 'once
of aloes or five pounds of sulphur,
and two ounces of ginger,
mixed in water, and poured down the
throat of the sick animal. -
• FLU MANAGERB.—Mr. C lift, a New
York farmer, in a recent address,
made theie correct remarks ; "One
defect in our farming was lack of
capital. More money should be in
vested in labor. Farm managers
were also needed,- and one good re•
suit from the agricultural colleges
springing up would be[providing a
class of farm managers. There was
a great many wealthy men, men who
were engaged in commerce or mann
faetnrers,who would be glad to invest
their surplus capital in lands if they
could employ good managers, so that
the young men who had been educated
at these colleges, if poor, would find
remunerative employment from this
soarce,and thus benefit result to both
Snow roe POULTRY.—Have any of
our readers tried the experiment of
giving poultry snow, instead of wa
ter? An old poultry-fancier told us
a few days since that he rarely gave
water to his fowls when they could
get at snow. We have often noticed
that fowls in winter will pick and
eat the snow - rather than go a few
roes to a stream" to drink, and do so
day after day ; but it is a question
yet undecided in our mind if snow
will entirely suffice to quench thirst.
We should be pleased to hear from
those who know,. on this subject.
Rural New Yorker.
Sons Tana in Ocows.:—Mr. CM.
Fisher, of Cabot, Vt., recommends in
the Farmer,' as a priventative
'for sore teats in cowis L in cold weath
er, to wash them thoroughly with
cold water as soon Liss 'the milking is
over. The _best " remedy for sore
teats he also says .is tar and lard
melted together, attrred well, not
making it too eticktind applied once
or twice a day. Sore teats are pro
duced by wing the- teats before
milking, as tetoo commoirpracticem
-made wet bythe sucking of a caU:
Warr 13 the difference between
hungry ma and a glutton ? One loaf:6.W
eat, and the other este too long.
gentleman iminplah*g of the
impeller anti tines, Op be am rme
gip. hie boob the momiag vilboatm
BEDELti,& VAN VELSOR,,
Ain DIALZILII IX
READY MADE CLOTHING!
- HAiS AND CAPS,
GRIM FURNISHING GOODS 1
68 Broad Street,
WAVERLY, TIOGA COUNTY, N.Y.
We have a Fashionable Cutter :from Now
York City, and take all the risk in giving you a
READY MADE CLOTHING
We make at our own establishment. We give
particular attention to Youth's Boys, and
And alms have a good assortment.
CLOTHS AND CASSnIRRIt4,
From SS cents to $3 per yard, (4 wool.)
Best Stock of Hats and Caps
Kept within 20 Gales. • Come and s took 'and
Will the Ward House the first and
third Thursday of envy month with umpire
of Goods, and prepared - to take measures.
IDEDELL & VAN 'MOB.
68 Broadet., "revert..., N. Y.
Agents for Grover Baker's Sewing Machines.
THE TOWANDA REGULATOR
CLO7BING S7ORE I
Adjoining Patton'a Blcck.
ROSENBERG & WOLFI,
Yonid respectfully announce to the citiz ens of
Towanda sad vi cinity, that they have opened
the above store, under the name of " The To•
wands Regulator," with a splendid assortment
OF READY MADE CLOTHING !
Gents Furnishing floods, Bahl. Caps,
which they assure the said citizens cannot be
excelled in style or elegance. and that the
prices ari -so low as to astonish everybody.—
Rosenberg & Wolff hope that by strict atten
tion, and fair dealing with the people of To
wanda, they will obtain their patronage and
support. They also beg to subjoin the follow
ing Commandments for their guidance.
CONE ORE!' CONE ALL
Toinuida,Ra Str ee t & Wolff's One Price Regulator,
THE TEN 00101ANDNEErh3,
keep.them, and Happy will be Thy Days
1. Thou shalt have no other place "tot buy
clothing except Rolenberg & Wolff'e One Price
il r, Main Street.
e t u i sto hou shaltnot choose any other merchant:
though shalt not listen to their speeches, for
Rosenberg & Wolff are no Chatham-st. dealers,
but sell atone price and reliable. and sil l
se r ve unto the third and fourth generation.
3. Thou shalt not Week In vain any more for
cheap raiment, for they can be found a t Rosen.
berg & Wolff. One Price Store.
4. Thon shalt bear 'in mind that w e sell only
on six days of the week, and don't desecrate
the Sabbath by keeping oar doors open and
bangin out a show, for, on the seventh dx#,
Rosenberg & Wolff. and their clerks, desire to
rest trom their labors.
IS. Thou shalt honor the way Rosenberg it
Wolff deal, and long may belby days to enjoy
8. Thou shalt not commit an impropriety—of
buying of Chatham at. Dealers, but come di
rect to Rosenberg k Wolff's OnailPrice Regu
7. Thou shalt not seek in vain for goods of
Foreign make. for Rosenberg, & Wolff keep a
8. Thou shalt not purloin from the Regulator
for Rosenberg ik Wolff sell an cheep It would be
9. Thou atilt not baar false witness, but
honestly acknowledge that you can get better
suited and for less money, at Rosenberg ft
Wolfra than any other store. •
10. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors goods
or his bargains, for Rosenberg & Wolff can
give them to you likewise • th erefore, take
counsel, and buy only of Rose nb erg tr, !Wolff
the Once Price Ken.,
Tommie, Sept. 1, 1888:
UP TOWN CLOTHING STORE I
Opposite Public Square,
96 MAIN STREET, TOWANDA,
Receiving new additions to his stock of
0 1:.• 0 'l' 3a I "N C -
Every week, which he is Bening lower than any
home fn tewn.
GOOD OASSIMERE SUITS, $15,00
A largo line of
CASSIMERE AND UNION SUITS,
OVERCOATS AT ANY PRICE
A large lino of
CLOTHS AND OASSI HERBS,
Which is selling 4ow cost , as he Is anxious to
close out this bra n hof his business.
TRIZIMOiS OF ALL KINDS.
GENT'S F+NLSHING GOODS,
Of eters description.
BOYS OLOTRING OF ALL KINDS
RATS Air) CAPS AT COST !
Call and convince yourselves
J. U. COLLINS.
Towanda, Nov. 26, 1868.
HAT, CAP, AND FUR STORE
. The undandgmed hare.opened a Store on the
south side of Sercur's new block,
Where they intend to keep a fall stook of
FASHIONABLE AND SEASONABLE
Goode, consisting of
11.4 - ;: \ 6tPS, If DRS,
UMBELLAS , CANES, GLOVES,
ra:PUFFALO and WOLF ROBES, &el
Which ire will WI at the lowest possible PliC3s
sadthe reepeeually sollett a share of the p 03110
arßats Iltlid with the American - Conformater
CIAINEST & AKSBRIff
Towanda. Oct. 5. Is.
IWITGi HARMS MAKING
N at a rs i l ed haveMe day based a
s-outair lab be blows . as the Arta et YA
M& /ULM be 61wpalyoes et
amalbeebese bubo& Mats imalabaM a
12811 dam to erase sad ell .at wananted l .
Claab pal tar bides.
_ =GAR B. MILER
Ciaptima, Jai. 28; 1868.
'lmre Islerratrrr JARS IN. lISE
.4.110 , KoCABZ 1111X13.2
erottrits SP fravishnm
1113 Ylagir-& 0 .
'WOODEN, ,WILLo* syttilf
CT R. 311
No. 1, - Purols's !Loot,
Ebntheaat corner of Main & Bridge-sta
New. and Desindie Goods
Assortment always Complete
-Great Inducements to
COUNTRY PRODUOE4 .
Bought and Bold at
THE 'MARKET BATES
LONG & KEELER.
Nov 11, 1808.
NEW GROCERY AND PROVI
Respecttally, announce that. they have coin
In the North Store of Ifercor'n New Block,
And have now In store a full assortment o
Goodsin their line, purchased in New York
which they have selected with% unusual . care
and will sell at the lowest possible rates. Their
stock is complete in every particular, and in
qxality and price cannot fall to give satisfaction
Th ey ask the patronage of the public, with
the assurance that first rate goods and fair
dealing may alirayi be expected.
They have now in store, and for sale by the
case or single jar, a large stock of
MOORE_'S SELFSEALIN . G
AIR TIGHT FRUIT JARS,
Which they recommend as • tho very best offered
to the pub!ic. They ask for thin jar, an hope°.
Uon and trial, as its merits are a 'parent to ev
ery one. -
in.:Borth. eta./ to Mercur's Nom Block
Kahl street, Tosranda, Pa.
sireisn paid for PRODUCE, and for
BUTTER, at the highest market rates.
Jane 25, 1868. ' _
F. S. -M. dc •CO
113, Meer 13nurer, •
The undersigned, encouraged by
the success which has thus far, a
tended their new enterprise, desire
to make acknowledgement for the
very liberal patronage they have re
ceived, by giving their customers the
advantage of their years' experience,
together with the benefit of their
greatly increased' facilities for doing
They keep constantly on hand, a
very large and complete assortment
of everything in their line, and are
daily receiving such additions to
their stock as the wants of their
ti ade requires
They have now in store, Sugar,
Syrup, Molasses, Coffee, Rice, To-
'bacco, Fish, Salt, Cheese, Fruits,
Crackers, Candy, Matches,. Broome,
Wrapping Paper, and ,Twine,, Flour
Sacks, Seeds, and a great variety o
Other goods, which have been recent
ly bought at the lowest point in the
market, and are offered at .wholesale,
at rates to correspond.
They desire to call especial atten-
tion to their " large atonic of Fine
Teas, which.they are selling at New
York Jobbing prices,—guaranteeing
the quality in all eases
Have also on hand a good assoh-
meat of Flour, Pork and Kerosene
They still continue to have the
benefit of a *.esident Partner in New
York, Who is constantly in the market
and prepared to tnrn to our advati-
tage any favorable changes On .the
price of goods
FOX, STEVENS, 313MCIIIt it CO.
May 12, 1868
W. 11 • 0 FITT,
Has just opened s full and .mmplete assortment
GROCERIES OF ALL BINDS 1
TEA, SUGAR, COFFEE AND SPICES!
laci the celebrated lilnerali Boap, tat
ter cleaning Tin sad Silver were.
Caro keeps sientetantly on hand all kinds of
GREEN FRUITS ! * '
WU AT ALL LLIIIDN,
Teethes, Pears, Apples. Berrie 1, Green ont
and T. mabxs, and other traits lathe!: sea
son which will be sold cheap.
He also has connected with the above an
sating -Rams, where people coming la town
for dinner WM dad a warm meal got np In good
style, In readiness at any time.
Cash paid for Green Fruit. Give him a call.
GRO. W. MOFFITT.
Towanda, Artg.l7, 11347.
HIGHEST . MARKET PRICE IN
Cash paid for well fatted =dwell drew
ed Hogs and PowP3'. at
Neo.lllll & ILEX%
North Stone In Mercer's new Block.
:Now la, 11068.-
GrouMn. l :r . o:l*(vigionc
(2.40cyg1y .i.. _,' PROVISION ,;AND
` Ol • " -I.IIAURAITOIIII. .
patet.sa, j bar oath of the Bail Band
,weiss),veald met resimadtally invite the It
looted dente teaks eribeinuil -e to line and well se
MORRISS AND PROVIS t IONi3,
WWI be Is: soling to sun the times & saa .
penes of all. ifs hos also LPened • gPleildld
Which Ii wellshoaled to supply the canownd
Botchy cod Neon at all times. • He bop.
constantly on hand a large stock of
TEAS, COF,FEES, STIGARB,
Which be Is seillog*sp for cub._
GOODS 'DELIVERED IN THE BORG
FREE OF CHARGE. • •
The eltMent of Towanda and vicinity, will
please accept my thanks for their very - liberal
patronage for - the • last -two years, and we
promise with thelr ambiance to improve sr=
cry °pew dually to enlarge our business, so as
to warrant eatlslhatkm to 21/. Call and see es
JOHN K :4: SILTH.
Towanda, July 10, 1867. =
N EW STORE !
W. A. ROCKW
PINE APPLES, PEACE E', pLIIMS
OF ALL KENDS* -7-
AND CANNED OYSTERS
• t DRIED AELEf3,
PEACHES, PRIMES, CHERRIES;
am, ao., its ,
TffiNti SUGARS; SYRUPS,
MOLASSES, COFFEE, - SPICES,,
Of all kinds, In fact everything In the
Will be kept constantly on .d •
BUTTER, LARD, -V,AGIEI i r AND EVERY
VARIETY OF pARKEIRS PRODUCE.
A fresh lot of '
DRY GOODS OF ALL VARIETIES,
Purchased at tho
LOWEST POINT IN THE MARKET
And will be Bold as
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST!
TO THE FARMERS
CAM PAID FOR
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
W. A. ROCKWELL
May 23, 1867
T HE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING
Purchased the entire Interest of
R. H. PATCH,
In In the firm of C. B. PATCH I CO., hi now
prepared to offer to the citizens of Bradford
County and vicinity, a large and well selected
Which I have purchased for Cash and feel cone
dent that can sell at as low figures as can be
purchased'elsewhere. I now offer to the public
a splendid stock of
TEAS, COFFEES, ;SUGARS,
STARCH, RALERATUB, SPICES,'
Have on hand a largo stock of
AKRON FLOUR, GRAHAM' DO
BYE DO. BUCKWHEAT DO
I keep constantly ontrid, r- F0R11, , , HAMS
LARD and kinds of FISH. Wgpld ca . ll the at
tention of the public to oar Can't Be Beat
STOCK OF TOBACCO,
In quality or price. Jesse Oaklora Celebrated
Laundry, New York Chemical and Brown• Soap
Please call and examine our stock of
Large assortmentf YANKEE NOTIONS
TOILET SOAPS, &c.,&c. I will pay the high
est cash price for
Farmers give as a eall before selling elsewhere
AU perions indebtedkto the ;late -firm win
please call and make Immediate payment
C. B. PATCH
Towanda, March 12. 1867.
NEW% - FRITIT AND. FANCY
Near the Elwell Souse,
Jost started, s good sappty of
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC, OaNNED & DRIED
;TILL, COIPPSE, AND shcas,
Nuts, Candies,Fruit Extraels,
Ckunitantly on hand, and will bisold cheap as
the cheapest. Mao the best quality of
meas ere, or ;an, or keg. Fresh and Floe
• Remeitber the.place
, G.E. WOOD'S NEW STORE,
Between the Elwell House and !Terinee Block
Towanda, Oct. 15, 15E8.
wARM ARAL% AT ALL HOURS
_VT at G. 'W. MOFFITT'S Restaurant—
Panne coming to town for Mum, will do well
to give hlm a call.
GEO. W. MOFFITT
TOwanda.Jone 1868. .
MOWN TOB • COO AND CIGARS
at . Brauliatt. Corxers Clasp aort.
NEW ,< EIPRING
anstAba pablia - ~E7.- that hit Au la slam
1 114 *WY medwfts
POE, _ 404
C. B. PATCH
in Ids line. malteds to thS traits of the people
which he will sell for emeno, atiormer,.
Cloailstingss =al of good wa ll an re
as da l• • •
•O .L. OT.H' T 1 a!
(NO Shoddy of soy kind), wadding In :
13_1713 INBB 5,
,VESTS - .AM:/' PANTS,
DRESS ODATS, PANTS & VESTS,
une4 fib_, - Dfulteri and Panta.
Over Alla and. Over Elkkti, Linen and.Piper '
Linen, Oandmere and Flannel thhtai a/a n nul. Ballade* 010701, Cane, Leather
Baca, Spring Style Silk, Solt and Straw flank
All Ern elma. .Rmmber that Good Dodds are
damper at a fair price than poor goods st
price. Call and examtne my goods before bay
ing., Next door to Powell 00.
B. W. ESOP.
- To , Nay 28. 1887. '
THE TEMPLE . 0P
' NEW Eemßrelyii NEW GOO , : ,
An entire new stook/ d Clothing • mkt u
cheap as before the war.to be sold ith
SMALL PRO 1•
The =deadened 'would ectfollywnnotinee
to the Citizens of Towan and viehdtv that he
now ready to cabs CI othing, .each ne
FINE BEAD R 'QVEROOATE, •
, • :11' CHILLAS, PILOTS,
. Also the ' '"
F = DRESS AND BUSISEfIS SUITS.
HATS AND CAPS.
_ _Jhg Goods, &e.. 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 Inorder to gain
the confidence of psrchasers, will deal on a
HONESTY AND INTEGRITY
and all goods will be warranted for what they
are represented to bet. - Come and examine and
convince yourself. Don't forget the place,
Temple of Fashion, opposite the Means House,
south end of Beidleman's Block.
Towanda, 00.17, big.
FALL AND WINTER, GOOS
GREAT REDUCTION:.IN PRICES !
- PROOLLYATIO'N BY
CbijE-N k ROSENFIE ' LD ,
Warevas, It seems to have pleased the in
habitants of Towanda, and vicinity, to recog
nize our fair way of dealing ;
AND WIIIRIMI, We owe ourisincere thanks
to the community for exteading to us so liberal
patronage until now;
Awn WEEMS, We , deem it our duty to re
ciprocate all the favors bestowed upon us thus
far ; , -
great We do hereby publicly PROCLAIM, that on
PALL AND WINTER (loops,
SUCH AS BROADCLOTH, BEAVEt
Doeskin' Cathimere Suits,
Of all grades and of the latest styles, will be
disposed - of at
'REDUCED, PRI - CES,!
Oar goods and inanufadtared in New Yprk city
by one of the membera of the Orin, therefore
we are enabled to sell as cheap as the next,
and wishing to' reduce oar stock, we will put
our goods at such low rates as will enable
body to to buy a salt of clothes. We are dy
LARGEST STOCK of OVIRCOATS
Ever brought to this market, such ae Beutver.
Chinchilla. Doeskin,. &c., for Men and Boys
wear. Call at the Clothing.i3toro of
COHEN & ROSENFIELD, II
And convince yourself of the fact th ' at they do
as they %say and do not misrepresent any 'of
their goods. We also call attention to onr
GEF7S FURNISHING GOODS !
t'neh as'Casslmere l and Woolen Overskirts, Un
dershrrta and , Draweva, oVaralla and overskirts,
Gloves, Cordigan, 'Jackets, The Collars, Bus.
LATEST STYLES HATS & CAPS,
Whir& they also sell at Reduced Prices. Give
tufa call before buying elsewhere.
. 0011 ENTIOSENF1ELD.'
Opposite Powell & Co;
Towanda, Oct. 31, 1868.
GRAND 'RALLY OF THE MASSES
COME ONE I CORE . ALL !
And citizens of elarp political faith are invited
to attend the
GREAT 'MASS MEETING
Which ig to be held and continued for the next
three months by the citizens of • Towanda and
• NO. 123, MAIN STERET
Vbereyoung_and old are already gathering
to provide theniselvea with
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAB,,
Prom the excellent supply we have lately
received and Which for. k •
QUALITY, DURABILITY AND CEIBA PRESS
Citnnot be excelled in, this or any other mar
ket. entire stock being new and bought for
DISTAiEB ALL COMPETITION,
Our motto is Quick Salee, Small Profits, Strict
ly Cash, and Once Price Only. We invite! one
and all to pay us ,a Oat at the old slant of
olomott ,& Son, one door north of Taylor & Co
SOLOMON & WOLFF.
ALEX. SOLOMON. JULIUS wca.vr.
WE SELL Over, oats this season at rely low
prices. • Our stock was bought low, and Is re
tailed at less than a canal wholesale profit..._
We offer some extra bargains at the once price
store of SOLOMON & 'WOLPP r
• No. 123, Main Street. ;
WE BELL our stock of Pine Costs. litisinsui
Suits, Pants And yests, for men and boisS' sear
as low as any previous time this summer: We
have some splendid goodainthis line,ibought
cheats and selling at, a verb small prolity of the
One Price Store of
• SOLOMON t WOLFS',
No. ,123 Main Street. 1
WE SELL Furnishing b oo ts much beloi
curtest prices. Our stock is complete in lien's
and Youths'. On these customers can save
many times, fully 20 per ant. br buying at
the one price,store of
SOLOMON lb WOLFS',
No. 123, Hain Street.
WE SELL small articles its chejsp as large
bees; Suspend ems, Handkerchiefs, Collars, Ties,
Gloves, Mittens and gooks of this class very
much *leas then` th* are retailed elsewhere.—
We invite the tract to convine ' themselves at
the one price store of , '
• SOLOMON ,& WOLFF,
No. 123, Main Street.
The highest price in cash. paid for Wool
Rides, Pete, and Calf Skins at the one p
store of 'SOLOMON & WOLFF; ".
• No. 123. Kiln Street.
NEW TAILOR SHOP
Has opened a shop in the room back of the
Rooms of the Yenng Christian Mewls
tion, second Mori!, over Eddy's Clothing Store
where he is now prepared to d all kinds of
In the best end most .fashionable manner. no
expellent* of mei' lean, determination to
keep op with the - Fashions of the Times, ands
desire to please hie common. he betimes 1111
amble him to give' satisfaction , •
Cutting don abort notice and reason
bbl tams. Tolman, Oct. 17,1867,
~tlt~f-'Qlt~ . ~t~t~tti.
D :• ;- E R - 1
91 11 ) : '.0:teR: , VAVOG -- gtoRE,
• ,• •
FilaraiiKaiiti4lttliiiiits;terin'''rais Ps; .
rieentli added lug* lie Stook. a•
ion sad mugged* aametteme:, - aositltetieg fill
extessire wariody. egebreedpg MAY stUelel!llßd
ia the AW
'TOOTH,IIEIN AND HAIR PREPARATIONS
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
For liedlabial use,.
TOBACCO, Slim, PIPES - AND °WARE,
NiuMen, letd and FloUr Seeds, Teases; Sup
porters, Suspensories,n ShAl p oulder e Maces,Nandng
Breast i .
Bottles t Nipples, Nipple wells and, ,
Syriniges, Bed Pans , Self. •
Trutt, Jars,, Thermometers, •
Piave Extracts, Stone Jogs, Glass
- • Ware Bottles; Vials, Corks; Bath Brick,
and Store Blacking', Fish 'hale, Animal.
tion, &a Botanic. Eclectic and Houurpath•
Medicines, and all the Popular Patent
All articles warranted as represented. Per
lOU at a distance can receive thetr orders by
ttention.', which will receive
Medics advice given gratuitously at theolllce,
charging only for medicine.
sir Thankful tor paat liberal pstronage,would
respectfully announce to his friends and the
public, that no pains shall be spared to satisfy,
andmerit the continuation of their confidence
H. O. PORTER, M. D.
• g; t
t cl 2 d rl4 3 2
i a 14
- 0 •
MARSHALL BROTHERS &
Fa to call the attention of tho public to
their new Stock of
BLACK SMITHS' TOOLS,
and CARPENTERS' TOOLS.
Also, a large assortment of
Window Olass, Sash, Paints, Oils,
!Putty, Varnishes, and Paint
• and Varnieb Brushes
of all kinds, which will be sold for the lowest
Cab price. Also, a fine assortment of
of every style and pattern to snit the .pablic
Lamps repaired and changed from 011 and
Fluid to Kerosene. •
Particular attention paid to the manufacluring
of an kinds of
JOBBING PROMPTLY ♦TTIODSD TO
We hale on band a fine article of
(MASS FRUIT JARS,
with Improved nit-sealing corks, and
HERMETICAL SEALING CANS
which.fil one of the beat cans used.
Jane 20, 1865.
There is now on exhibition at , the
Mammoth Furniture Store
IN TOWAN A, PA.,
The largest sad best stock of
P ' UR_NIT.UREI
To be found is North'ern2Pennsylvanie, which
is being sold at
_GREATLX BEI RCM:PRICES I
My stock consists in part of Pallor, Library
Dining Boom and ; Chamber salts. - Parlor, Li
brary, Extension, Dining and °Bice Tables,
Chairs, Bedsteada, Bureaus, Washstands,
Bolas, Lonn, Tetes-tetes, What-Nots, Cra
dles, Cribb', c. &a. .A fall line of Mattras
sea and Bed ding. Pier, Mantel and Common
Mirrors,-Oval and Bustle Frames atel Stack
eta, dm., 4.c. In tact everything
In the furniture Line
Mkt' mast be seen to be appreciated and
which will be sold at
Than the same quality of goods can .be pur
_chased elsewhere. .
Thankful to the public for their past liberal
patronage, and determined to merit a ContAn
uance of the same by offering inducements not
to be found elsewhere, I incite them to call
and examine my goods and prices before pur
chasing visewhere No charge - for showing
goods and I
WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD!
COUNTRY DEALERS supplied as usual at
the lowest:market prices.,
I al* keep on band a large assortment of
Ready Vade Coffins from the mast common to
the finest Halewood. Also Burial Robes, Caps
and I am the sole agent in Bradford coon
ty for SHULEICS do FISK'S
IIETALIC BURIAL CASES, CASKETS, &C.
A gLd ,HEARSE always la readiness when
JAMES 0. FROST.
TowandaPee 10, 1888.
NEW GOODS 1 NEW GOODS
CHOBRR SETS, PARLOR SETS
DINING EGON SETS,
MIRRORS, PICTURE iFRAMES
Photograph Frames, for everybody.
A GE'RERAI. ASSORTMENT PIIptITURE,
Suited tothis market. I have tho best upholsd
terer In the country, and manufacture_ our own
upholstered , work.
REPAIRING AND JOBBING,
Done to order. Haying an experience of 20
years in'tbe business , I can confidently hope to
please all-who pationise me.
Don't forget the place. 155, Main st.,
two doors south of. Beidleman's Block, Towan
da. Pa -
B. T. DECKER.
AAFINE ASSORTMENT OF TOD J
LET 804 PS, at NaCABEtt 1111111.
o inzst -13,11 r.
H . ' H : ',At :0 - ,1411 4- I'-' • -
-..,._ , '.,7, - i;
, DOG-Wiliik ' './:` ~;'.
W. H. H.oole.)(ll3ollllll4itoW4ll44tiVii t ly
are eentbuslag lbw- , lieslieig- , at • tint' Ol t'
Mena No. d, Pattoa'a Meek _ Aitila - 4
reomildng "addltkina tolls Moe thil
reliable batman Ind • ' a
tally min or a . li be ral Aare of public pa.
age.fb,r geatock of ,
Nlili t N‘ t DRUGS - AND _SINDICINES , ...-
Jut been received , and - mine' now pie
ta 'MAY the - • -. • '• ; --
WANTS SeTilgyzna,io MTII ARTICLffi
itimosaixe ro ?U! !tam,
PUNS WINES -AND LIQUORS,
FaII*EDDAL USE QNLy
, - -
♦ ;nu& woman or conzwrawrin
BOTANIC ECLECTIC AND NONCEPATNIC
ALL THE POPULAR PATENT MEDICINE/3.
?MOM OIL, Y•EIrMD.
PAINT AND VARNISH BRUSHES,
DTI-esvpra AND GLASS.
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES OF EV ERY
Trzam's•LLITOZIOTACI AND 'FLUID lITFAACITE4
Af f irdLOlD AND RERINOIDq.
AU the Beat Tresses,
A BDO at I N'A L .13 UPPORTERF!,
Nursing Bottles., Syringes and Catheters,
&LAME Aasosrmurr OF RAZORS, arson, rooks:
SURGICAL IRISTRWEENTS OF LATE STYLE
D BUT QUALITY.
A largo supp.y Brushes for the Hat and Hair
Also for the Teeth and Nails, Tooth Pow
ders and Pastes, Oils, Perfumery,
&apt, Combs, Hair Dye, invigor•
store. ao., Kerosene, - Kerosene •
. • Lamps, Shades, Chimneys,
Tete, /to., all of the ..
late at styles.
CHOICE (WARS, TOBACCO AND SNUFF
sr Physicians supplied at reasonable rates.
Redloinds and Prescriptiohn carefully and RC
carately compounded and prepared by compet
ent persons at all hours of the -day and night.
Sunday hours from -9 to 10 o'clock in the fore
noon, to 2in the afternoon.
Towanda, Sept. 29, 1866
Books cutb •Statipnerp.
ALVORD & BARBER
Have removed their
BOOK STORK AND NEWS ROOM
To the magnificent new store in
Nearly opposite the " Ward Ho . use,"
where they are prepared to 6ffer to
their old customers, and the public
generally, a new and carefully se
lected assortment of
Comprising Standard Works, Novels
Text Books, &c. Their assortment of
BIBLES, • ,
etc-, will found , to beicompleee. A
large aortment of.
Sunday School Boas, Cards
&c., always on hand,
As cheap as eve
with School Boo:
that we are pre
ries, of Books no i •
moo Schools of t
dealers, at as lo •
buy them in Ne
Orders sent for
sold in this .or any
publishers are such
ared to - offer the se
in use in the Com
is county to retail
figures a& they can
any book publish
We keep co
the Daily and '
'tautly on hand all
eekly Papers, Mag.
8, ke. .
Towanda, July 13, 1868.
DIARIES FOR 1869
PAPER . & ENVELOPES
NEW-YORK PAPER S
PENS, INK, MUSIC, STATIONERY AND
Towanda, Nov. 10, 1668.
80 011- BINDERY.---THE'PIJBLIO
is respectfully luformad that the Book-
Bindery has been removed to the Argus Build
ing, 3d story, where will hel done.
80 , 0 - IE-BIN.DINGI
In allits various -- branches, se terms as res
sonable es" the times" mill allow. The Bind
ery will be under the chargo.of
H. Q. WHITAKER,
An experienced Binder, and .all work will be
promptly done, in- a style and - manner- which
cannot be excelled. Music, Magazines, News
papers, Old Books, &c., bound in erery variety
of style. Particular attention will be paid to
the Ruling and Binding of - •
To usy desired pattern,' which in quality and
durability sill be . warranted. -
Allised work will be ready for delivery when
The patronage of the public Is solicited, and
perk° satisfaction guarrantea.
Towanda—Amore 2.1' _.;27tf.
F URNITURE WARE-ROOMS
JAMES MAKINE3QN announitts to the public
that he atill'oontinues to manufacture and keep
on hand a large imertment of
nirvana Table.. Bedsteads. Stands; Chaim.
&a, of every deseriptan , width will be made
of the best materials, andlle he most workman-
I invita the ineetion of the public to mylwork,-
which sballuo be surmised In durability, at any
shop in the country, and my prices will be
found to be.as low as the timer , will admit.
liesAiy-taido Coffins constantly, on band or
nude to °ado. ♦ good Hearse will beturaished
wbee-dadred. , - -
Au Pk 1865*
Bani*ttorit' g spir.
imitated on Pine, cut of main shun,
TOWANDA, BR ADFORD CO.;
now prepared to tarnidt
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS
Of the best'. quaky: with' the Weil ligniive
kinds of Mechlroxy for ,pqnling sad
Saw Hills. • - .
STEAM , EN'GINES, _
- MADE & REPAIRED,
STEAM WHISTLES: - -
GAUGE COCKS,- • "
OIL GAINS, &C. - ,
Furnished of eh* notice.
Doi* from,l tort} Inches In diameter.
Of Utley Wrought - work 'for Sedges, and all
other purposes, done to order. aW, a large
assortment of -
COOKING &HEATING- STOVES; , ,
Coal andlrood Surnews. Samna?. toe Cooking'
Stoves,Stove pipe, Tin-Ware, Boat Pumps,
PlowsCaltlvators and Lorapers , kept constant-
DRAWINGS do SPECIFICATIONS
Of MI Ideals of rosetdnezy for mills and otter
FirPolmo prepared by •
Foreman, who'hao hod large-- aperlenco in . thle
branch of the boalnese.
• - JOHN CARMAN.
Thb nnderatgned respectfully announce to the
radix that they lutie purchased the
And lare now prepared to build wlrk In
THE LATEST STYLE
And moat workmanlike manner. They will
constantly keep on, hand an assortmentsof splen
W. H. H.. GORE
TOP AND OPEN BUGGIES,
DEMOCRAT AND LUMBER. WAGONS,
REPAIRING promptly attended to at rea-
BRYANT & EMMEN
Towanda, May 9,11367.—1 y.
NEW PLANING MILL
The undersigned having built a iarge and com
modious Mill in the Borough of Towanda; and
filled it with the moat modern and improved
machinery. for the manufacture of
WINDOW BASH, & BLINDS.
are prepared to fill orders, whether large or
small, upon the shortest notice. We have
also a large variety of MOOLDINGB, of the
latest style aid pattern, which -we can turnish
much cheaper than they cab be worked by
and a.. 1 other work pertaining to Joinery. tell
be done to salt our customers.
Persona building, and not living more than
twelve to fourteen miles distant, will Bad it
largely for their interest to buy of us, or bring
their lumber' and 'worked by our machinery.
Bring your grist of Flooring, or other lumber,
and while your team is is feeding, have it
ground out and take it home with you.
We will pay CASH for PINE 1 HEBILOCE
LUMBER-delivered at our lumber yard. Come
and see us. or if you can't come, write.
L. B. RODGERS & CO
~.- Towanda. M'eb.. 1.864. •
T 0 WANDA AGRICULTItAI,
MANUFACTURES • HUBS, SPORES
HEAVY _AND LIGHT WAGONS,
WOOD TT:BRING TN ALL ITS BRANCHES'
SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, ETC., ETC.
HUBS, SPOKES & BENT STOFF,
LAgGE STOCK FROM WHICH TO ,BELECT
SECOND GROWTH HICKORY a OAK.
.LIGHT ANT HEAVY WAGONS ON HAND
We have the Broad 'ond Narrow Guage
girMILL PICKS mace and dressed
M. C. MERCUR, President
Haying purchased the stock of Tobacco belong•
to Randall, Compton k Co., and havihg
bunt a shanty on the same ground, we are pre :
pared to offer to the public
wg.ousALE, AND RETAIL,
Gold Leaf, Sunny Nde, Pine Apple, klichigin
Fig, Rose Imif and Star, which we oiler for sale
In quantities to cult customers Packages in
Darrell', halls and quaiters. -
The celebrated. bone Jack, Pride of the Unt
ted States, Virffinlitte,Gold Leaf, Navy and all
kinds of Mlle War,.
American Eagle, Gen. Grant, Leboquet, Im
pato, Tycoon and the very choicest brands of
We will kpep constantly on hand a variety of
Pipes,.Cigar Easel, Tobacco Boxes and Pooch;
es and everything usually kept in s Tobacco
Landlords supplied with 13igari, and Foil To.
bone° on liberal terms.
AU orders Promptly vim t notice:l
Oat. 27. 1367-, ..t? EARNER.
W.-AYRES' MARBLE SHOP,
Yon will_tlnd Granite isonaments, both Quincy
and Concord, Marble and Slate Mantles, and
foal. Grates to At. • A large assortment uon
stantly on hand, cheap as the cheapest.
Ang.-10, 1868.--Iy. . - .
ACHOICE - :LOT OF WINTER
Pratt of all kinds; for sale by the Darrell
or &label, at IffcCABE 11181 t.
F A: - 0 TO
G. • 13". D F,
ON AND TWO IIZLTED
ALL WORK. WARRANTED.
It 0 I.KS
GENERAL W 001) WORE
To Dealers in
,We offer a
The above are from the best
W. T. BrSEIPP, Superintendent
Towania, July 2, 1868
AGAIN IN MOTION!
A variety of
BRANDS OF_ CIGARS,.
ELMIRA , N. Y.
ni 'd n a p ,
OW A IiDA. INBII RAN E
61 11 1 0 1 .1.'prcii i
P " y
4(6-661 / 1 040reatkook
Nike C. "
.44 ' re 4 ,0 4 Aa+.6l — clApite,...:4l, 7oo
jo i r ita j o i l MY'
• et Conran? #
ta iiereld. Cann
kale NeV, r r '
t t, . • * l5
in rOM mai ii=lirb O t
, 11111 Anillin , CI Co.
7a l o "l t _ ladikael " li an 4l4
Anneltis In the United " $18 ' 17474
Da, 1 " z10 ° 8111 . ilPituds of ((kid ) / 1 0 1 .60 P
Nir , nta btstinnnen Centex*;
Zinwlna= litroar, Litz- lastraanci co
'Newark. N. J, •
CO., " (Aitiden4l)
°s i ne I PAI/Mephfo,
CO*. WargfOrdi Cone
L/ P / ' "DANOA" ENTAI
SAPV47 . IO ° BIk7 -*AMMON DOLLAR..
;•. RII4E-4-ti, dam ,
to& rag soitowiliii ILUb many
1311/42D Fuut .11 litmus balms
' *wpm , Phdlade/phia, f
CaAll and sufplar:vver.
Howl !Fiats ANCIVOMPANT,
0 f New-York
Capital and attrplosover r1.75n
zustrwics Commair _or Norm
Capital and surplus, over
MANHATTAN Inargairci CON:PANT,
Capital and =plan, 0ver......... .
EIRSIIPIROX iIRCILAROI COXPAIR,
Of Philadelphia. j
Capital Jid eurNas, !nor..
,VaTIC W9E/Yell CONPANT t;
Capi:4l/ and dial, over °rit.
PrrNan It:mut:az CoNrittY,
Of Hrord, C
Capital and surpl a
us, tf over cmu.
H.C•TrAL Lang IVEMAILIICI CotreAlly, I
Capital and purpina,arer -
TPAVIILLEFaI INELII.IIIOE COY/PANT, }
' Of Hartford, Conn.
Capital and "Inarplus, over
Rieke faheis on an kinds of Property, It le
low ratesas by any other reliable Companies.
Sir Policies issued and Losses, It any, ad.
lasted at this Agency,thereby saving tbs/rouble
and expense of going elsewhere for settlement.
Sir Office at the Llardwhese Store of Cod.
ding ,±c Russell C. S. RUSSELL
Towanda, Feb. 7, Polc.- tt
ERPOOL AND LONDON AND
GLOBE FIRE AND 611 , 'S
COMPANY.OIIIcc, 45 William Si., and 72; , ,
Broadway, N. Y.
Capital, Surplus - and .Reserred
Assets in the United States, over .. 1,800,V4
Daily Prearinms, upwards of (gold)-.
•The shareholders personally responsiVe for
engagements of the company. All Direetor•
mn t be shareholders.
- macrons IN Nzw.YOßlC.—Frar.Cis Cotten, ,
Es ChAlrman, Henry Grinnell Esq., Depot)
.C.IL =km, Joseph' Grullard, Jr., E. M
ARUlld, Esq., H. B. f. consul, ).-tlexands-- -
Ilamilton, Jr., Esq., Robert C: Ferguson. Esq.
Allred Pell. hart., Realdent Secretary. Aka
ander Hamilton, Jr., Esq., Counsel o: Board.
Bananas—Phenix Bank—Caminann A I o.
The Policies of this Company are ts,ned by
well-known American citizens residing in New
York, who are Directors and Shareholder , . and
coaseqaently, with the other Shareholders. are
Individually liable for all the engagements of
the Company ; all Policies are signed by tllcal,
all claims are payable in cash ea proof of
without deduction for interest, and not, as it
usual, sixty days after presentation of proof.
They expire at six o'clock, P. IL, and not a,
noon. Life bazaar/et erected, and annnitirt
granted on favorable terms.
1-1. - 13. MCKEAN sgsnt.
Towanda April 23, 1f67,,
T HE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSUI
ANCE-Eaclety's Alency for,Pradford c
CASH CAPITAL $3,000;000
Yearly income ovi r s2.ooo.ooo'eaeb.
MONTH YE WAIID
Towanda, Jicly 26, 1867.
THE ASTOR FIRE INSURANCE
1 of New York. Agency for gradtord
Dlndend for 1866, 10 per cent.
MONTANYE fi tv..11 -,
;Towanda, July 25, 1867. -
THE 4 LYCOMING MUTUAL FIRE
..,,,,,m7ency for Bradford County,
Mutual Cash p . In successfrd operatkuc
er twenty-sea years.
Towanda, lily 25, 1867
WYOMING INSURANCE AGEN
WYOMING INSURANCE COMPANY
Wilkes-Kure . , Pa
L. D. SHOEMAKER
H. C. SMITH
Capital and Surplus $170,060.
North America, Hartford. Conn. asset:. iat3f),
Fulton. New York, " • 250.100
Springfield, Mass.,. 400.000
Applications for inecrance in the above com
panies taken at fair rxes atd br , sroe, , r attend
ed to _with promptness and care Particuio
attention 'will be given to Farm
country. Also Lite and Live Stock le:stance .:5
fected in good and reliable companies. On,
over the Bakery on Main-st„ forracriy orccpip.:
by - Mercur & Morrow.
T. B. CAMP, .sjpr. , .
Towanda. March 12, 168.—tf.
F IRE, LIFE, AND ACCIDENTAL
INSURANCE A GENC
Capital pepresented. over $27,000,000,
JOHN W. NIX, Agent for the - to!loo Mg wet!
- known Companies : .
North America, l'hilidelphis. $ 2 901.255 72
Plicenix, of Hartford. . 1,234 194 41
Germania, New York,.. 976.815 51
Home In. Co.. New Hai ~... 1,1;19,070 1I
North American• Fire In. Co.. of
Mutual Life, New Ya rk,
Hanover, New York
We write policies in the above reliable eon!,
pules at the lowestmtes, and the losses,ifau)
adjusted at this agency. Particular attention
given to farm property. Office at his law office.
in Me , cur's new block, north side public squarx
Towanda, Feb. 20,1868.
n R. BAKER, Master Millwright,
..a." to Is prepared to attend to all business in
his' line. He warrants ell wcrk done in a work
manlike manner. All orders by mill, or other-
Wise, addressed to me at. Towanda, will
promptly attended to. Jane 4, 1868.-3m*
TOWANDA , Pa., Juno 2G, lt3CB.
To.cill what it may soneirn: I eertity that I
have this da,y appoin ed D. B. BAKER, of To.
wanda, Bnidford county. Pa.; an agent for the
sale of Dodines Jones/ Turbine IVater late
.for the counties- f Bradford. Wyopaing. Lynam ,
log, Clinton, Clearfield, Tinge and ]'otter, in
the' State of Pennsylvania. Parties wantinz
these wheels can obtain them through him and
he will give his personal attention to putting
them in when desired. Parties by calling apou
Air. Baker, at Towanda, will be abbe - vibe
trOael, and on application to him he will Wm.
ish illustrated pamphlets containing working
tables, testimonials, &c.,
JAS. A. MacPUEBSON.'
General Agenefor Pennsylvania,
dines Jorival Tarbine Water Wheel.
p ACIF,IC HOTEL,
170, 172. 174 Sc 176 Greenwich Street
NEW YORK, 0ct.10,1,30
The undersigned takes pleasure hi annnone ,
ing to his numerous friends and patrons (hit
from this date, the ,clia - ge of the Paciti; will
be 81050 per day.
Being sole Proprietor of this house, and
. therefore free horn the too common evil:Una of
an 'nerd bate rent, he is filly able to meet the,
downward tendency of prices without any fall
lag oft of service. -
It will now. as .beretofore, be to
-maintain undiminished the favorable rep:ILA n
of the'Paclfic, which it has enjoyed for many
years. as one of the beat of travelers' hotels.
The table will be bountifully stinpllef with
every de icacy of the a aeon.
The attendance will be found ancient am!
The Location. will be found convenient to
those *hese buslnesi calls them in the lower
part of the city, ..elng one dour north of roe
iandt st., and one block west of Broad wry, and
of ready ac c ess to all Rail Road and Steamboat
Nov. 17, 1888.—gm. -
T: • 41 00, (y)
$1,7 , () (4 3