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(Kir the Baum= Ibiann.)
sin sour you 'ASTMS.
Thereis . no question of more inter
est 'to .the farmers of this country,
than of sOedirkg their-hinds to the best
Advantage fin-grail - rig, sod the pro
duction of butter and cheese: That
- one kind . of graskis an
other for milk, is sn undeniable fact.
If. any one CelefUlly eielehe) the
original or natural pasture; they will
often -find twenty or thirty varieties
of grass on a square rod of ground.
There are seven to ten roots to each
square inch of original sod, and not
less than four or five different varW
ties of grass. In prootof this it may
be stated that there ire over three
hundred distinct varieties of grass
now growing in the Northern States,
east - of the lcuseissippi. Is. it -true
that there ere only two or three kinds
of this great variety valttable for
grazing ? Certainly not.. Our fore
fathers sowed four quarts of Tunothy
and four quarts of Red Clover to the
acre, and we follow the same rule.
It is stated above that there are from
seven to • ten roots on each square
inch of original sod ; there are six
and one-fourth million inches in , an
acre ; if Nature provides from seven
to ten roots to each square.inch, it
would give, for seven to the-inch,
about forty-four million seeds to the
acre, while in four quarts of Timothy
therk are six million eight- hundred
the s tutand seeds, and in four quarts of
Red -plover two million forty-eight
thousand seeds, making the total
number of seeds about nine million,
or about one•fifth of the amount which
Nature produces. 'What can the farm
ers expect from such seeding ?, Four
quarts of Timothy and four quirts bf
Red Clover make about fourteen
pounds per acre, when at least one
peck of each should be sow'', which
gives eighteen million seeds per acre.
Add to this one peck of Red Top on
lands the least moist, and twenty
million more of - seeds would result,
or altogether we would have thirty
eight million seeds to the acre
(1b be continued.)
at TOMAT OES—How TO RIPEN THIN
EARLY.—First, have stoat, tapering
plants, by giving them • plenty .of
room, sunlight and air, from the com
mencement of growth. Then study
the habits of the plant, and you will
see that,from the main stem,it throws
out at intervals, long rough leaves ;
and at a later period, from above the
junction of these leaves with the
stem, start out secondary stems with
T 4 ' the tabits of the origional. These
continue to multiply themselves until
you have a large vote,T.'!itad plenty of
small green fruit, necessarily late in
ripening, for the reason that the
force of the plant has been spending
in producing vine.- Do nit wait thus
long and think to remedy the matter
by slashing off the vine at random
to let in sunlight, as is common prac
tice. • Begin with the plant in time,
and train it to suit you.
The time to begin trimming is jest
when the first cluster Of flower buds'
appear. This will generally be at
the junction of the further fifth leaf
mentioned.' At this time the secon
dary stems will be seen starting
above the junction of all the leaves
below Here begin your wark.—
• Pinch them all off at once, and when
they start out again, as they will,
pinch _off again until you conquer.
You have now stopped the making of
. vine below this cluster of flower buds,
and all the strength and juices of the
plant are sent upwards pushing for
ward the cluster of flowers and the
stems above. After a little, corn
mence your work above and pinch off
all these secondary stems, except
enough to leave five Or six clusters
of them. Your vine, so long as you
continue to pinch off these stdms,
is checked' both top and bottom.—
Keep it tied up to a strong stake,
and in due time your vine will be
almost completely hidden by a- mass
of ripe fruit, all in the sunlight.
By this pFocess I have not failed
for several !years having my first
ripe tomatoes the last of July, and
last year on the twenty-fourth. A
little observation and skill will sup
ply what further might be added, but
for making this paper too lengthy.
Rich soils can do no harm to the to
PREPARLTION OF WHITZWASII.-White
wash is one of the most valuable
articles in the world, when properly
applied. It not only prevenls the
decay of wood, but conduces greatly
to the healthiness of all buildbigs
whether of wood or,stone. Out build
ing and re'noes when not painted,
should be supplied once or twice a
year with a coat of whitewaih,which
should,be prepared in. the following
way : Take a clean water-tight bar
rel, or, other suitable cask,' and put
into it half a bushel of lime. Slake
4 by pouring water over ft, boiling
hot and a sufficient quantity to cover
it five incheli deep, and stir it briskly
till thoroughly slaked. When slak- '
ing has been thoroughly effected, dis
solve it in water and add,two lbs. of
sulphated' zinc and one Of common
Salt; this will cause the wash to hard
en and prevent its, cracking, which
giveit an unseemly appearance to the
work. If desirablb a beautiful cream
color may be communicated - to the .
above wash, by adding 'three pounds
of yellow ochre, or a- good pearl-lfr
lead color, by the addition d lamp
vine or, or ivory black. For fawn
color, add four pounds of umber,
Turkish or American, the latter is
the cheapest, and one pound of com
mon lamp-black. :This wash may be
appliedwith a common whitewash
brush,ind 'will be found much su
perior both in appearance and dura
bility to the common whitewash.—
`. As MGM' have, been anticipated,
there &min the market quite a num
ber of fpurionS Early Rose potatoes,
the price which the gemnne ones
command having instigated this im
position. We make mention of this
fact in order that our readers may be
on their guard .against this shame
Nsviii edt ;young trees out on the
site of an old 'orchard, if yon desire`
to have Una-that will thrive and'do
well. 'Air e x perience is opposed to
lats a party jigbes to low for dam
ages he gessmilygets them.
VAN VELSOR: & MANNERS,
MERCHANT TAILORS 1
HATS AND OAPS,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
WAVELY, TIOGA COUNTY, N.Y.
We have a PeiMond& Cutter from Neil
York City, sad take all the risk to &Win
W. mike al car own estaididocist. WO gra
particular Mitotic' to Youth's llop, and - -
CLOTHS AND OAMil=B,
From 85 cents to $5 per yard, (a
Best - Stock of Hats and Caps
Kept within 20 mike. Come and look 'and
prom, for yourself.
ms. Will be at the Ward Route every if intra
day, with samples of Goods, and
VAN YELBO & MANNERS.
es Broadid. , Waved:, N. Y.
Feb. 20 MM.
For ;adman of
We are now ering a large and varied u•
sottment of new and decidedly nice styles ;in
the line of
' OASSIMERE SUITS,
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN I
Whl.l hire bees selected from the
And assure oar frlenda&nd customers that they
till find It to their interest to call on es and
port them selves In: pricer before pnrebasing
THE STEADY INCREASE
To sell gonly
FIRST CLASS GOODS
As low U they
CAN BE AFFORDED,
. APPRECAITE THE SAME.
in Furnishing Goods oar stock is complete.
AU the new gyring Styles of Neck Ties, Bows;
Underwear, Eatery, Suspenders, Gloves, and
the celebrated ,
FRENCH YOKE SHIRTS.
Have now arrived. Eackilot hawked in plain
6 and our costumers are all treated alike.
Thanking the_public fog past patronage, we so
licit a call when In want of goods in our line,
we will do our utmost to satisfy all who will
call on us at the One Price Store of
SOLOMON 1 WOLFF,
No. 123 Main St.
One door north of Taylor is Co.'s Store
Towanda, Pa. „April 25, 1869.
tildes and NrTbe
Pella tilghest price In Cash paidllor Wool,
TEE TOWANDA REGULATOR
Adjoining Patton's Block.
ROSENBERG & WOLFF,
Would respectfully announce to the cilia ens of
Towanda and vi daily, that they have opened
the Above! store, under the name of " The To
waiktla Regulator'," with a splendid assortment
OF REM PADS CLOTH ING I
Gents Furniehisg.Goode, Hata, Caps, is., in.,
which they assure the said citizens cannot be
excelled in style or abloom. and that the
f i r o t i org b tr i t so low as to astonish everybody.—
g Wolf hope that by tied Atten
tion, and Kr dealing with the people of To
wanda, they will obtain their patronage and
singlet. They also beg to subjoin the follow
ing Commandmmts for their guidance.
CONE ONE! COVE ALL!
At Beeenken wolf's One Price II egulator,
Main Street, Towanda, Pa.
THE TEN 'CONHANDMEI7SII3,-
Keep them, and Happy will be Thy Days.
1. Thou shalt have no othes, place 'to buy
clethtsg 'lnept Rosenberg 1 Wplff's One Price
BeKiT , Wain [stre et. l a rum shalt not choose any other merchant:
though shalt not listen 'to their speeches_ for
Rosenberg 1 Wolff are no Chathani-st, dealers,
but sell at one price and sad
serve_ you unto the th k d.snd fourth generation.
3. Tbon shalt not seek
vain any more for
cheap raiment, fbr they can be found at Dagen
ham 1 wours Ons Price Store.
4. Thou shalt bear in mind that we sell osly
on six da of the week, and don't desecrate
the /baobab by keeping our doors open and
hangin oats show tor, on ,the seventh day.
Rosenberg a Wolff:and their catlike. desire to
rut from their hbors.
5. Thou @ban honor the way Roorabail l
enefits deal, and long may be thy days to enjoy
Its . •
I. Mon shalt not commit as Impropriety—of
buying of Chatbun st. Dealers, but some di.
net to Rosenberg iltWolfra Once (Price
T. Thou shalt not seek in vain for goods of
Foreign risks. for Rosenberg; & Wolf keep a
8. =let not. aurldln Makes Regulator
for Ressnberg Wolff sell so cheap it would be
9. Thou shalt not bear false witness, bet
&madly acknowbodp that you can get better
suited and for law money" at Rosenberg &
Wolf's than soy other starch -
• 10. Thaw shalt not covet thy , neighbors goods
or his bargains, for Rosenberg Jo Wolff can
give them to you likewise • therefore, take
counsel. sad buy only of Rose nb erg & 'Wolff
• is. Sept. 1, /M. •
TOWANDA STEAM 'FLOURING
- Wit. H. /TUBB if CO.,
Bespeothilly Won" the public that they have
pirchaaed the new sad • extensive Steam Elm&
lag Ville, built by Gatti; Wells fr, Matson,
Is the south psis: of the borough of Towanda,
sad butegall the modern traprtrretunts, sed
=wum Were, QAT are prepared to de
Ta the beat isisible maul sea at aneenally
shod notice. IserApalasylll betakes tit give
_settefactios, ma we Invite a Wile
- Farmers &lag buskins in lona - can btbi
Oak 'gala,. ad hue U ground to - Pik* bac*
villt thorn. .
FLOUB,- FEED AND MEAL,
i.rasliata.lotidallildoW and delkked
k al) Price kg vinste flu of sharp -
L.,71.5 . s S. I
68 Broad Streit: .
Patti and Veda for
Outwits t froOkns•
WOODEN WILIZIW - AND , I3I'ONE
W A.R:~ I
No. 1, PAmnes Bum,. 7
Southeast cor , Main & Bridge-sta.;
New and DesiraNe 'Gootkr;
-- ;:I= . M 3 ) DAILi\ - i..' , i s 1.'.,'1,:
Assortment alwayg Omptete.
Great 'ladacsomenta to
Bought and Sold at
THE MAIKET • RATES.
• LONG o& KKELNR..
Nov 11, 1868. . •
W HOLESLLE GROCERY
F. S. M. tic CO.
11'3, Nam t3Tazar,
The undersigned, encouraged by
the success winch has thus far, at.
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' experioneei
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
They have now in store, Sugar;
By , rup, Molasses, Coffee, Rice, - To
bacco, Fish, Salt, Cheese, Fruits,
Crackers, Candy, Matches, Broom ,
Wrapping Paper, and Twine, Flour
Sacks, Seeds, and a great variety of
`other goods, which ha" been recent-
y bought at the lowest point in the
market, and are offered at wholesale?,
at rates to cOrrespofid
They desire to call especial atten
tion to their large stock of Fine
Teas, which they are selling at'New
York Jobbing pricep,—gnaranteeing
he quality in all cases
Have also on hand a good assort-
ment of Flour, Pork and Kerosene
They still continue to have the
benefit of a resident Partner in New
York, who is 'constantly in the market
and prepared to turn to' our adva
tage any favorable changes b. the
price of goods
FOX, STEVENS. Id:BROM ft C 0.47
May 18, 1868
pATTE.RSON & KINNEY,
Successors 44 T}lo3lAll 4.'Joxis,
• t Dealers in
GROOERIRS ANT') PROVISIONS
No. 2, Patton's Block,
1 Having purchased the entire stock 01
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
of T. J. JONES, and having added largely
tbereto by recent purehases, t
in announcing to the pub li c that they are pre
pared to sell anythin and every thingln the
Oltoo FRY AND PROVISION LINE,
WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE,
. STONE WARE, &O. &O.
ti la gaTatu s it a n c io ° 2l who rn e yll l l7olr US lit arrantee terl.ll
CASH. "AID PO a COUN TRY' PRODI3Oa
J. B. PAMISSOW: • W. a KINSFY
I[aroh 10, tests.—ti •
NEW:GROORRV. AND ritON/ 7 -
- BION EITOBB I
tb , earkl *ore*lllesetra New
W —..— o• '
. . .
III& aloe& & Vivi& Alts — rioir bn sto g.th l e
Axial Tong PiftkW
Um, swoadilkey, am
.Eddratilothla t & Stole
"Mae $ l l SoloklMMod i4 l /1409f; •
Id Sabot soiamit
ontolloooo dm = tlototitilmotbato
M'plosso bia aptoatio,>w biltstairtll
obis toms. %mods. Oct. IT, 1887.
oftlarta Oa — meads :mn?
40 11 211, i-/IBRIPM
fort-do4,:ioilti I the Rail nom
an) nail ibasknapanc4 Unite lba ste
tootiotiat tboyablto to klo tory and 7011 to 4
lootod,otoolt et '',"‘ • •
fiNDONDINS AND PitOVISION .
Mika he W Ofliouto&salt ths ttmeumol
pusr.a of all. He has also apeaed a spiama -*
MD; `ISTORE - VC'ci
liblob 4 taf sliaitial So impplithe eau sni
Barclay coal MOOS 0, 0 ,11}. them Re Item
anstaatly Mad a legestoelt of -
,T - 114N,04),Y;FFIRS, BUG ARS,
FLOUR, BUTTER, ' PORK, &0.,
Which he Is selling cheap for cash. :
GOODS DELIVERED IN TEE BORO'
FREE. OF. CHARGE.
The citizen - or Townie - and vicinity. will
pkemetioewptaaz thanks for their earylTherar
shifty dor tho• :WC WO years.. aid we
promise with their maistalux to improve or
eryrtualty to clime onr business, so al
to warrant satidaelion to 'all. Call and ww, us
• JOilN hiCßlDE'rfi.
Jail ! 0 . 1887.
South Cornsiikldie and Ystn Streets.
GROCERIES. AND PROVISIONS,
will be - sold dt the poislids
-MIT OP 'ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
, MODERN STONE WARE
FLOUR, FEED; MEAL GRAIN, 40
Bring on your pradakk which wetpar cash
A obbstant supply of Ashton 'Salt, all sized
Churns, Butter Furldrui, Tabs, &c.
Please call and look through our stock, and
we will do our best to please you.
W A. ROCKWELL.
Towan . Aprll 28, 1888.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING
n in . the Arm oI.C. B. PATCH & CO" la now
prepared to offer to the citizens of Bradford
County and iicinity, 4 large and ~ w ell seleCted
whip I have purchased for Cash and tee! coat
detielbtt can sell at 65 Id is noires as can be
pareluteed elsewhere. I now offer to the public
a aplendl4 of of
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS,
Have on band a latgo stock of
AKRON FLOUR, GRAHAM DO
I keep constantly, on hand, PORK., HAMS,
LARD and kinds of FISH. Would , tall the at-
tentlon of the pablle'to oorl'Can% Be Beat
In Tality or price. Jesse Oakley's Celebrated'
Laundry, New York Chemical and Brown Soap:
Please call and examine our stock of
Large aisortfoent of YANKFX NOTIONS,
TOILET GO&P3, &c., &c. I win pay the bigb•
est cub prioe for
Farmers give sw a dal' before selling elsewhere
pleases caU and make imMellate payment
FURNITURE WARE-ROOMS !
JAMES" MAKINSON announces to the public
that he still continues in manufacture and keep
on hand a large assortment of
Burins: Tables. Bedsteads. Stands, G':err.
ac., of every despiptiot which will be 1. de
of the beet materials. anein he most workni
I invite the inaction of the public to inylwork,
which shellac be ;unlined In durability, at any
shop in the country, and my prices -will •be
found to be Wow as the timer will admit.
Heady-made Coffins constantly •ori hand 'of
made to order. A good Hearse will be tarnished
whets desired.' '
The undmidgued ashes ;pleasure in announc
ing to his numerous friends and patrons that
from able data; the charge of the Facile will
be SIP Per d%
Being sole prietor co m mon house, and
therefore free horn the too election of
an hand lute rent, he is fully able to meet the
downward tendency of prices without any fall
ing oft at service. .
. It will now. u heretofore, be hii aim to
Maintain undiminished the favorable reputatk et
of the Picnic, Which it baa enjoyed for many
years, u one of the best of travelers' hotels.
Tiostablearßl be bountifully enoplkd with
every deleabytal the . '
The attendUce will be found efficient and
° W il lacatims will -be • found convenient for
pawham business ails them in the lower
rtof We eity;being one door north of Corte
Ludt It, and one block west of Broadway. and
of ready aceem to all Rail Bead and Steamboat
MU, . • . JOHN PATTIM.
Hoy. 11168.-6 m. I
fP*I I TaNO,4I6a*RNESSMAKI-NO
The - iiidendoed have thll "ay" formed 'a
eo-parm p as n be.hmova as the, drat eir
GEE* for the purpose :of tarrileg
oaths above eu,. Hamm making and
repahlag dote to order andell troth irarrauted.
Oidtpaid for hides. • • -
EDGAR S. FIILLEII.•
CamptoM, Jan. 28. 1868.
nHOIOW'YOUNO- HYSON, 'OO
long. Gunpowder mid 'mnial Teas of all
grigek, irigeote4 good.
DRIED FRUIT OF ALL KINDS.
NDWELL h WYE&
GROCER/ a PROVISION STORE,
a nafrivad complete "elect of
Purchaaed the -entire Interest of
R. IL PATCH)
STARCH, SALERATUR, SPICES, AC.
BYE DO. BUCKWHEAT DO
STOCK - OF TOBACCO,
C. B. PATCH
AU persons indebted to the late_ firm will
C. B. PATCH
Towaada, March 12, 1867
Aa g . 150 865
170, 172.174 176 Greenwich Street.
Nay You, Oct. 10, 1868.
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~' STS`_ °,s~I~D .;';:PANS,
S TS, 'VEO. - ..,;!‘ . . VESTS,
Dusters and Pinta;
vet Linen end; Paper
1 , • re AAA Fianna Shirtai
Mein, Olotec, Caneak,Leather
le 81/14 flolVitod Straw Efate.
:mbar that - Don °maitre.
price than poor r goosiv i at any
examine nit. to_oda .before buy
.* w it:
Over,klis - sad
dimmest a t
C 6 lllll l ,
Rt 4111) MVP i100b$ 1 ! ;
stook of Vlothleit.bougitt es
I he war to be sold with
An entire n.
Cheap RR betoTe
LL PROFITS I
sespectfully • anions=
**ands . and vicinity Oat be
teethe= OlothISs; such as
OVERO I QATS . ;
88 AND BUSINESS SUITS.
TS AND OAPS.
ds, &a.. and thit , theso goods
low genres sill be sold with
to I intend to establish a per
. tills place, and iikorder to gain
or purchasers, will deal •ti a
bought at TEA
eery small pm .
the confide& I
AND INTEGRITY I
rUI be 4aitanted . for what they
I to be. i Comb and examine and
self. Don't forget the place,
hion, opPodte the Means House,
and all liaids
are repeat at
Temple of -
south end of •
AND SUMMER GOODS
CTION IN PRICES I
seems. to have pleased the in
iowanda, and vicinity, to recog
ay of dealing ; . •
• , We owe•onr - sincere thanks
ity for extending to ns so liberal
I. tll now ;_ . _
s, We deem It our duty to re
l• • favors bestowed upon us thus
gm our fair ,
to the comma
a patronag 4 e n
ciprocate all if
Ear $ . •
We do hereby imblicly PROCLAIM, that on
great stock of c ---
SPRING ! D SUMMER GOO S,
- SUCH A BROADCLOTH, tiAVER. 1.
Doeski & .Cassimere , Suits,
Of 411 gradesMl.of the latest atyle'!,L will be
• . •
'RED QE D PRICES!,
Our goods manufactured in New York, oity
by one of a members of the firm, therefore
we are enabl to sell as cheap as the nest,
4,4 wishing o reduce oar stock. we will put
goods at ch low rates as will enable any
yto bay suit of clot hes.. We are reedy
lug the finest L ock of 4 .
SPRING ND SUMMER GOODS !
Ever trough to thin manta. such as Bearer.
Chinchilla. Boomikin,. &c., for Men ,and Bop
wear. Call t the Clothing Store ot
N & ItOSENFIELD,
as they say
P. yourself of the fact that they.; do
d do not misrepresent any , of
.We also call attention to our
Such al C , •
fURNISHII 4 7G GOODS
finere and Woolen Overshirte, Un
Drawers, Ova-a Us and *venni'
ilß+n Jackets, Ti's - Collars, Sna
STYLES HATS & CAPS,
sell at ItedneedPrlces, IG ire
re buying elsewhere. '
1 COHEN .1108ENF1EL,D;
Opposite Powell it po,
;April 1, 1860.
us a cal! bet
OF WICKHAM* BLACK
TQWAND&, P. 4. 4 -;
cleared our shelves of oar
Goods. augl replaced them
.se - Keeping Goode of all
are now ready again tofit
no going to House Keeping.
the largest stock, and best
Clock: ry and Glass Ware
ed in Towanda.
a full l
tint) to those Goods we bave
ne of Knives t end Forks,
Amps, &c. By- importing
stock direct from the Pot-
Europe, and getting our
..d Glass-ware from the Man
we are able to offer grater
nts than ever offered in
n actor' ,
.before.. It is „ t wortil your.
Call and examine Golds and
S i STOVES I STOVES
received new line Stoves at
OFOJTAN HARDWARE; STORE
' ORVigk, PA. .
• 1 •
ing,ninch attention . An immense
minty ot , Stoves.
LWAYS ON NAND !
11 1 . wood; that will emit yon for
RICE,' STOREi:SCHO : 1., SHOP, ,
'BOAT; ; on - COORMG ST4::1418
nee the new patterns—at least;
OK -BKFOBE 'BUYING
Miir t ix!
!aiding 'firet-otiesiiitoves" far the
aesperrety Stoves for.the Mun
i:due for youri : elves. your ow In
. 8; Ni . .IIRONSON.
" ,Oct. 21..4468. -
COD PI S "; B t tD.
-awl , Trout:alio*, Made.
:60 1 M011, Smoked Halibut, 'dip
at - if,. Hann's.
[e t tintewbesq: Flot!e. , Bran; CarC!
and Jellies of linds.
COWELL & MEM.
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.BROPIIi-- -•'' -'.' PoOti 1- -'
IA - . • '' - . PialokANlts- -
.o,iieem.i.... • -
TAMP - IRS AITIY* OIII NE!MA
am Tome.k lolerld all thekvarlety,
!3PONGEB. SEMEN iioLril;. •
- ; ;Coosa;
rooKsT , Hoqva i Powr - moN4is,
TOOTH, Ww AND Loa pitoelwrion
For If edlilnal use, L-
TOBACXX), &Mir; I PIPED AND 010 ANS;
Garden, PieldindPiour Bieds, Trims, Sup
paters, Buspennorien, Moulder Braces;
Breast Pomp, Teething Blnp, Nullther
Bottles,' Nipples, Nipple Bulb - am
Syringes - BW Pans; Belt-
Geteljng Pr* "lie Thermometers, , •
• Flavoring Stone_ lop, .Glase
indt3toiei3liottlna i~sh-T . e~le - emmoai•
tloa l do. i Botaalo. clectb sod ommpsth-
c edic and -the Popular Patent
All articles warranted as represented. Per-
Aorta at a :distance:.can receive their ordeusby
stage or mail, which will receive .pronipt, and
Medic* advice given gratuitously at the office,
charging only for medlclna.
lakrul for past liberal patronage,wodld
=ally* announce to his friends And the
that no pains shall be spared to satisfy,
and merit the coiltinnation of,their confidence
U., Open Blindly& far prescriptions from 9
to 10 A. x., and 12 N. to Land 5 toff. r. u.
- 11. V. PORTER, SI: D.
MARSHALL BROTHERS dk CO.,
Wish to 'call Ate attentinh of the public to
their new Stock of
HARDWARE,' ' , -
• BLACK SMITHS' TOOLS,
snit CARPENTERS' TOOLS
Also, a large
Sash, Paints, 011 s;
!Patty, Varnishes, and Paint
. and Varnish Brashes
of all kinds, , which will be sold for the lowest
Cash price. Also, a Olne assortment of
of every style and pattern to Milt tie paint;
Lamps repaired and changed from Oil and
Fluid to Kerosene.
Particular attention paid to the manufacturing
of all kinds of
JOBBIWO TROVITTL-2 ATTINDID TO
- We have on bend table article of
GLASS FRUIT. JARS,
with improved self•seallag corks, and
HERIKETICAL SEALING OA NI3,
*blab is one of the beet cans need.
, Jane 20, 1865.
Mammoth Furniture Store
IN TOWAN A , PA.„
The largest and best atocit of
Ptr IR, N . - . t Tim PA
To bound In Northern Pennsylvania, which
is he' ug sold at .
stock - consists in ink of Parlor, Library
ing Boom and- Chamber isulta. IParlor, Li.
ry, Extension, 'Dining and "(Med Tables,
Chairs, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Washstands,
Bolas ' Lounges, Tete-a-tetes, Whst-Nots, Cra
dles, Cribbs Ac. A fall line of Mattras
ses and Be dding, Pier, Mantel and Common
Mirrors, Oval and Rustle 'Frames and Brack
els, Ac., 4-c. In fact everything - -
Wicsnail & BLACK
Corlu; Hs~6 : Brict;
I • 11 a
' M ' '
itlig •- '
o pz .';
C/ . 2 , r
si c) ei
I • gi II p
.°. .P . CA i . 4 1 g
NI f.Q- 0: i .. 0
- Rt. •
00 t I
o • -. P
tl - -
. . w . -.
There is now on exhibition at the
GREATLY RED U (ED PRICES!
In the Furniture . .Line
Which mug be seen to be appreciated and
which will be sold at
'Min the &tune quality, of goods can be purr
- Thankful to the public for their past liberal
-patronage, and determined to merit a contin
uance of the Name by- offering inducements not
tole found elsewhere, Invite them 'to call,
an examine my goods and prices before put
ch Ing elsewhere. No charge for showing
goods and I .
WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
. 'COUNTRY DEALERS anpillel as usual at
the.lowest market prices. -
I also keep on hand a large assortment of
Ready Redo Coffins from the moat common to
'the fine et Rosewood. Also Burial Robes. Caps
So., and I am the sole agent fn Bradford coon
ty for SEMLER'S k FISKT -
NETALIC BURIAL CASES, CASKETS, &C.
A good HEARSE always in readiniati • when
I, JAMES 'O.4ROST:
Towanda, DeO4o, 18p.
. F UR N I . T Er RE!. ~
.1 .. 1 NEW GOODS! NEW (310 , 110!'
Nt I ATLL'ir FINISHED
,tr . l 4a :P - R 'l . O E S'l
Conifatin :of - '' i -
* CHAMBER -SETS, PARLOR . SETS
Enkrigo Room SETS, i- '
MIRRORS, - rircakußg - FRAMES, '
~: PhofOgiaph FrameP, tor iTor7bOdi. •
_, 1 . t
A GENERAL - ABRORTIIEITI' FURNITURE,
Fatted to tblaiiarket. *I time, tite s ' t,upbols•
- terer la the countty, atid.monnt our own
-ophol4terea' work:, - , i - 1 ,
:REP.4I. Rif4o: Aitp:4o ll ti G,'
DOnetii order...l Riving an ,experience of il)
youninthe batinews,Jaan 00We:2U:tope to
plane all Who pottanlno me: " ,
it ' . . '... :
Doa two alir.rot the ath of. art-. N o.' .lifctliNrwtig
ti '' °l " .-- ' 1. : `,.:-.' 1
... 7 1 : : 4:, Ti : l;iCiiiii:: '
. Tr4ndiki !VII); 18418. ! =lf. ' :•,. - .
. LET SOAPS, 14 7 IicOLBE A ITC'S.
-omit rio*tiaailir,„ •
irii.)Looreit • - cktria'
Wi t ,
111101' ,, DIMG*40;'.1 12 MIngt
-I, ,.T? nr '' -
WWI% 9). mop? .
A tiffs ja°1121!"..., ankATMO
7 tus [mi 9
-tors; inzifai3roo; ,
PAINT AND BRUM*
crr Ample. B Ap BT
41V4,4191 . 1i190411-
,i_' a iioi: - i ii:i, i',l- . .0 1 'xiii . i....0, - *t. 'o,i a.
1114 ART P6iisi;illll , lM A3D
Nursing Betties. Syringes and Catheters.
LATIos . 1136011111XXT Of sualuidlirdne, Axon
BIMICAL tfirSTRCIIONtS OF LATEBTYLE
Am) Rte! fauazirr
A large supp-y Brushes-for the, .Rat
Also tor the Teeth and Naffs, ToOth Pow
ders and • Faits*, Offs -Perfuntety,
—Soaps. Combs , Halt Vt=oP..
Lamps, Shades, Oldmneys,
Inds. &a, all of the
late at styles.
CHOICE CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SNUFF.
sr Physicians supplied 'at reasonable rates.
Medicines and Pmmriptions carefully and ac
curately compounded and proared by compel
ant persona at all hours of the du and night.
Sunday hours from 9to 10 o'clock in the fore
coon, to 2ln the - afternoon. _
W.. IL H. aoktz.
Towanda, Sept. 29,'1868.
Banks anb -Stationtig.
DIARIES FOR 1869
PAPER & ENVELOPES
SCHOOL BOOKS, 7
PENS, INg, Music, STATIONERY AND
Towanda, Nov. 10, 1808,
is sospectrally 'derma that the Book-
Bindery has been removed to the Argun .
5 i story, where will be done
0 O.E -8 n INCH
In all to varlet:is branches. on terms es rea• '
sonabla at." the times" will allow. The Bind
ery will be under the charge of
11. O. WITITAKEE,
An experienced Binder, and all work will be
promptly done, in a style ' and manner which
cannot be &celled'. Music, Magazines, News
papers, Old Books, stc., boundlp every variety
of style. Particular attention will be paid to
the Baling and Binding of ;
To any desired pattern, which In quality and
durability wil be warranted.
All work will be ready for delivOrY when
The patronage o 1 the public is solicited, and
perk° -satisfaction gnarranteed.
Towanda, August 2. 1888.—tf.
N EW FIRM I NEW GOODS !
WICRRAM" A; FROST,
Would call the ettentl on of 'the citizens of
Rome and vidiriity, that they lig:mei:trend with
A New Stock Goodsl
At the old 'stand of L. L. Moo y, where with
close attention to the wants of the community
they will keep a good assortment of goods,
which they will --
SELL AS LOW AS THE LOWEST,
And at prices that will !whim every One to bay
of them. We shall at' all times have a good
FALL AND - WINTER GOODS. !
Embracing nil tbalalcst•atylca of
LADIES DRESS GOODS!
DEL 4 Mti:S, ALPACAS, PRINTS,:GLOVES,
.GIUGH/slll3, HOSIERY, RATS, CAPS,-
BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHI3, CASSIIIEBES,
.vganne, FANCY GOODS, lIIIBRIMIAN
Fa*ay . Groceries, Hardware,
LADIES TRAVELLING BAGS I
WOOD AND TIR•WABE
Drugs, Furniture, i,(Sfe., &c.;
The above gives but a eilght Ideiot the
GOODS WE HAVE IN irfORE,
And we only say to our numerous friends end
the public generally; call and sae us, test the
mm its of one pretensions, and If e yenned.' •
AND - - • MAKE YOU . REIELVNII: RICH
By saving ;money la your par.claases. We In
tend to •
GIVE GRIA - T4R - BARGAINS THIN
avairotroos BEARD or'!
- • I
we we au DiereCroot 0 1 8 181/8 11mill'
• ;withtmasi' 'a ;
pakeekson to L. Lr.lioody:
0.0. onointor.- • invoor,
Nome. /Po.. N0v.12, 18twi
A Furitimotroft 00MM
arch 10. UM 11,1ranum'si.
A NICE - 13100r OF OffBolloB
AIL and iCogravingit at FROST'S,
;,;,:a:; .. ~;
NSTN- , 7 , ,....Bitociviffummer
Alikii** l lk l . 4o ;
i' , Orist*.sadiwoßD* , oo. 7 4 'F#4.
.4, - 4,
- • GAUGE A COOKS
;. -- •
Ott TVIN G - ; ,
.;- Doti 1001 -- •
oritti4 44445 - woik /of;, ' Orid
ober pavesee sr ..ordin; Amor skip
Coal and Wood Burners: Furniture for Cooking
stora, eaate Pips;*-11n-Ware, Boar Pumps,
Plow=t l Yo, 4 tHiAo LaltPa st
Of all kinds of Machining for mills lad Otte!
PutimayrePar4b7 * : • • ,
Foreaunte wko hie India:get eiperienee this
brands of de taudneti. • • -
_ • • - JOBLCARMAN.
Towanda. Oct. 29, ' • •
- T -.. 9 * A NI)-A : O,AARIA-G 8
- - :i-PA - 01:011-r - : .- " -1 . - .
The stnoliutol respectfully announce to the
ptibllO 4 thatjhpy haveprirchasq the .
G. H. D R A.K
And are not► prepared ,to boild work In
THE LATEST STYLE"
'And most workmanlike manner.- They will
constantly keep on band au assortment of splen
TOP AND OPEN BUGGIES
DEMOCRAT AND LUMBER WAGONS
ONE AND Ti►O SLATED
ALBANY' BLEIO HS
ALL WOBK WARRANTED.
- REPAIRING promptly attended to at rat,
- BRUNT & ITITULEN
Towanda, May 8.1867.-1 y
N'EW PLIELICAI MILL
The undersigned haying built a . larp and com
modious Mill in the Borough of Towanda, and
ailed it with the most modern and improved
machinery, for the manefaeinre of
WINDOW BANE, & BLINDS,
are prepared to All orders, whether large or
small, upon the shorted 'n!otiee. .We have
also a large variety' of • MOULDINGS, of the
Wad style and pattern: which we can furnish
much • cheaper than thoy .can be worked by
• TONGUEING; • '
• AND SCROLL
and 1.1 other work pertaining to Joinery, will
be done to suit out customers. •
Persons building, and not living more that
twelve tb fourteen miles-:distant, will And it
burly for their interest to buy of us,or bring
their lumber and worked . by our m achinery.
Bring your grist of Flooring, or other lumber,
and while your team is l feeding, have it
ground out,and take it home with you. •
We will pay CASH for PINE & HEMLOCK
LUMBER delivered st ; our lumberyard. Come
and see an, or if you can't come, write.
U. B. RODGERS & -CO.
Towanda. Fee.. 1864-
T ()WA NDA. AGRICULTURAL
IiAIiPPACTUE,ES HUBS, SPOKES
HEAVY AND' LIGHT WAGONS,
GiCkERAL WOOD WORK
WOOD tIIRNENG-IN Aq.Ylll BitANCEM.
SCROLL SARUNC, PLANING, ETC., ETC
To Dealers. In
HUBS, SPOKES &TEENT STUFF,
We offer a
LARGE STOOK FROM • WHICH TO .. SELECT
The 'those are fromthe best " 7
RECORD GROWTH HICKORY it OAK.
LIGHT AND" HEAVY WADONO ON HAND
We have the Broad, atO Narrow Gitagi
- STILILL PICKS mail° and Are,sed
W. T. BISHOP, 8-Jperintendent
M. C.. MERCUR, Pmildent
AYRES' MARBLE SHOP,
ELMIRA . N. Y-.
You will And Graitte Monuments. both Quincy
Mid Commit, Marble and Slate Mantle*, and
• - cal Grates to fit. A largo assortment con
stantly on hand, cheap as the cheapest.
Aug. 10 '
A CHOICE LOT OF WINTER
(1. Fruit of all kinds, for aide by the Barrel'
oB aahel, at MOAB& it 111XYB.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS!
The aadetsigned have established a ,
STEAM TOBACCO .FACTORY, .
T 0' W A. N" D .A,
Oa Baia Street below: Bridge Street
Where they are ritanefacturing'sll kinds of
OUT TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Which they offer:to tbel trade at:
W OLE SAtE
nit cannot htli. to snit. Wo , woitid most re
(ally solicit • call from the d..a through
Northern Pennsylnnla to air examination of
OURASTOMAND I PRICES 1
Our Tobaces is maosisei.pre4froin . tbs-best
`KENTUCKY AND, VIRGINIA
hawk tbst ma traria WAG Wwwhatiz i
Siva=. h i hamo s e=
will 'with a Meal : dispo
tr.& to 11, 17 art an" illaalliletir .
i lIKANS &
157 Wahl - Street, Towsad!; Pa,
Jane 4, 1268.—tf. • .
' ,:r- 3 : ' , '; '.',-• V'="A'. -- .NTf,.. f;:.: i
? halittain; -
..:,.___.; . _
a. IL lifirEAN g diva,
of u m fonowfig vett Mown and rellsble Cott
PladeLat, itssounr—"CiefifeCatqasidtlik":.. ..14ci11,7C0,10,
4111111 A Las Bromism:mum Coiner,: .-
tCnmh Aseite,Aoe. '67 ..$1554 1
'LlViall'OM rs LOIrDOI - AzD (ii Amoy I
• Fait•ArzLizzi Innen" Co. - - - •
supine and Reserved Funah
_VII) ' • - 516,271,74
Aims 1 / 1 the United Stater, oyez— .- 1 ,800.00 0
Day Pzemluzes,upwszde of (Gol d) 17,00 r.
Martzbas, doing. ;
Capital $1.025, 00 -
New Jusir. Ifolver. Lnr: Inman Co. t
. Capital • .
J two bo )
Nornt iII nIaiaITIMIVPINISIMIT
CO.; ' - (Accidental) °I V
CcAial - Phaidel P his o - 1
. t e 500,0 00
Cosx - wirniT Lino= '...
.. ~ _ humeamosi
c ri ri c onai , Attasifoyd. Coos.,
Towanda. Feb. 20;111e6—ti 1"C"°
L AND.. 'ACCEDSITAI,
BIIMANCE. • ';
iIEVENTETIV. IWLLION DOLLAR s• -
C. S. RUSSELL, "Vent,
son in roiLowsKs sans num& gellll4Y
011.116 FIJI & MAIRKXIIIII4IIIOII * •
CONTANY - pad
- _ Capital =dist:was ,0ver....... .. ~
... $350 A 0
11003 LitsumAign u A
oitrAws, ..: i
()sprat and sorplokature - - $3,7,40.104
Isinnancs Omani OP Nona
Capital and airplua,oaer,...
ifaxturrax !annual Coicraam, f
- _ New-York.
Capital sad ivplas
' Of Phrdelphia.
. Capita .} and surplus over •
ASTIO INFIVRAZYCI COiIPLNY-
- • • • Of Preer-York.
Cagital and sarplul, OTC!
Porallt IttlftriANCE COW
Of Hatiford, Conn,
Capital end surplds, over S7O4,VAN
. • —.—
liftrrnaL.Arn., A n .I.IWCE Conrsav,
t i Or New-York.
Capital and sorplus,over
, I •
0 Hartford, Conn.
Capital and surplus, over..
Risks taken on all kinds of Property, at' at .
low Tatum . by any other reliable Compasies.
Allit" Polixies twined and LOWCI, if NV, :Sd -
Jaded at thia•Ageney,thereby Raring the tranbi...
and expeaae.of going elsewhere for settlement.
Sr 0111 M; at the Hardwhere Store of Cod; -
ding . & Ruud -
! • C. S. RUSSELL,:
Towanda, Feb. 7, 1466.-41 '. ' t• - .
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
GLOBE FIRE AND LIFE INStfli - ANCE
COMPANY.-office, 45 William Bt., and 72c
Broadway, N. Y.
Capital, Supine and Reserved Funds
- (Gold) C 6,271,675
Assets in the United States, over.. ..
Daily Premiums, upwards of (gold) .. 7 .
The shareholders personally 'responsible or
engagements of the company:: All Ghee ors
ma tbe shareholders.
lemmas ut New Yoaz.—Francis Cottenet
Es Chairman, Henry Grinnell, Esq., Depot)
Cts rman, Joseph . Gaillard, Jr. Esq. M
.Aschibald; Esq., IC B. M. Con sul, Al'exasdet
Hamilton, Eaq. , Robert C. Forllnsoz
Alfred Pell, Esq., Resident Secretary, Alex
ander Hamilton, Jr., Eaq Camel of Soard.
Baranma—Phenix Bank."—Cammann & Co.
The Policies of this Company. are issued by
well-known American citizens resident in New
York, who are Directors and Shareholders, and.
consequently, with the other Shareholders, are
individnally_liable for all, the engagements of
the Company; all Policieeare signed by them,
all claims are payable In cash on proof of loss
without deduction for interest, and not, as is
usual, sixty days after presentation of proof.
They expire at six o'clock, P. Id., and not ka
men. Life insurance effected, sod annuitift
granted on favorable terms:
B. McKEA , Agent:,
. Towanda. April 17,1867.
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENTAL ANI
INSURANCE AGENCY !
For the foltowi og reliable Companies
Phoenix, of' Hartford,
Home In. Co., New Haven,.
Germania, Fire, New York,..
North American Fire In. •Co., of
New Xoik, '
National T &velem (accidental)
• New Y. rk 250,000.00
Policies written the abcve reliable compa
nies at the lowest rates. Losses, if any, adjus
ted at this Agency. Particular attention gives
to farm property. Office this law office in
Mercer's new block, north side public square.
.1011 N W. MIX. -
Towanda, March 17.1869.
T HE EQUITABLE LIFE- ASSIII
ASCE Society's Agency- for Bradford cr.
CASH CAPITAL $3,000,p00
Yearly Income over 22,000.000 cash.
MONTANYE a WARD
Towanda, July 25, 1867.
THE LYCOMING MUT& FIRE.
Insurance Agency for Bradford County
Mutual Ciasii plan. In sacceanful operation of
er twenty-seven years.
MONTS VYE /c. WARD.
Towanda, July 25, 1867 • '
lOMiNG INSURANCE AGES
WYOMING INSURANCE COMPANY-
L. D. SILDEMAKER,
R. C. SMITH,
Capital and Surplus $170,000.
North Anienca, Hartford:Cour.. assets 00
Fulton. New York, • ," 2.50,000
Springfield, Mass., " 400,000
• Applications for insurance m•the abote com
panies taken - at fair races, and business attend
ed to with promptness bad care. Particular
Attention will be given to Farm risks in the
country. Also Life and Live Stock Insurance at
(Acted in gold and tellable companies. „ Office
over the Bakery on Main-st., formerly occupied
by ?lemur Ac Morrow. -
T. B. CAMP; Agent.
Towanda, March 12, 18G8.—tfz
GO T0T...11E ,
'.a.. 31C IRO "Y"
OYSTERS ALWAYS ON 11 4ND
SCOTT & BUFFINGTON.
Towonda: Dec.D 1868. _
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
M. B. J.. PIBRCB.
Present' herself.to the ladies of Towanda w
a very choice selection of goods; and in entire- . -
ly confident of being able to meet the justly ,
disctimlnntinif taste of suck u may do her the
honor of anumnituation of her stock- Thank
ing her former patrons for_ their fauns, sho t go.
Bolts a austinunoe of the same. Fluting done
beautifully and on the shortest notice. Rooms
over Cohen do nosenlield's, Yalu Street,
Towanda, Oct. 5 Jan
,r). T. GitANQEft, itiersburg Ps. •
now manufacturing Lever Power Stump
times, and willteep them Of haadow make
on ehori puttee,. from the best material
warranted. . Feb.l6, 18119.4 m•
MACKEREL; TROUT, wEnTE.
Fhb. Cod-Piab and 006
WITTER ..rtrßs AND.,
Ravi-ready lit of Iprit.
"Feb, 2!. - , Not7ABE /6 NM
...111:1" , 1
TOSA . N.DA
W. MIX, Agent,
.8 4,467 835 GO.
1,000 000 00 - ,
650 ,682 28
eT ALL mina.
IN MEIN BE 4SON.