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LOCAL AND. GENERAL
ter Our Canton letter failed to
make its appearance thin week.. -r,
as,. Mrs. ANa Comm, aged nine"-
t y years, died in ELmira on Tuesday.
CoL Mgrs has Sold his match-,
ed bay mares to. Gen. Dresm, of Elmira, for sO•r
en hundred dollars.
iter Pis. A. Hums has been ap
pointed Postmaster at Smith Branch, this coun
ty, eke L. B. Monms, resigned.
ser- Mr. S. T. DECKER gives notice
that ho trill close out the balance of his stock of
Furniture at omit, and that bis store is for rent.
• Is.: A party of gentlemen from
Corning arrived in this place on Saturday even
ing last, en route for the trout Streams of Sul
M. The place of trial. of Du: No-
DLE has been changed from Chemtuig to 'Dogs
county, where it Wl:toped be may have justice
meted out to him.
sex-Vnleanized dental plates are
said to be composed of sliteen parts rubber,
eight parts sulphur, and : twenty - parts hi-sul
',turret of mercury. 't
lam. The scholars: connected with
Prof. Pvvnifron . 7s singing class will give &Con
cert, for the benefit of the M.E. Church, in
31Enctit's Hall, on Friday evening, July W.
VD- JAMES BOWMAN, an employee
in CASH'S Planing Mill was injured by being
struck with a stick of timber which he was saw
ing, on Monday afternoon last. We did not
learn the extent of his injuries:
VS- H.MittY -KENDAL L and two oth
er young mat arrested at Owego on a charge of
being cons ected with the burglar BowEas, who
was shot while attempting to enter a store in
that village, have confessed their gnat.
r*‘ We understand that_ a boat,
race in to. come off „in this place on Saturday
evening next. The oarsmen are Gee. E. Rump
and J. C. LANG. The distance will be from
Bridge Street to the railroad bridge, and return.
'll, boats mill start at six o'clock.
va, We are requested to state
that Mr. d. 31. CnawFunD, of the junior class of"
Lafayette College, has heeninduced to open a
sele , • t School in the Camp Schoolhouse, Herrick.
The term will open on the 234 of August and
...minim twelve weeks, and conclude with an
BS- We publish in another column
the names of persons appointed on the Vigilance
Committee. It will be remembered that last
tall the time for, holding the Convention was
~banged from the first week in September to
ific lila - week in August.
itel. The Northern Penlsylranian,
published at Great Bend by L. H. WunmusEr,
i.onws , to ns greatly enlarged, and in quarto
bmn. It is in :11 respects a well-conducted, well
printed paper ; and if the people of Susquehan
na don't give it a good support they are sadly
eel: People often wonder' how it
happens that CLONNEY k AMSIIIIET always have
a lively trade. The cause is plain enough. They
keep a full assortment of i knen's and boys' hats
and raps, and-fell them at prices that please
the !CAM.' Don't forget the place—two doors
from Main Street, south side Menem, new
We regret to learn that Dr.
DEWrry, who removed from this place r
Springfield, 111., about eighteen months sinee,;
iu that city on the 16th instant. His dis
cam- was cholera moiling, and he died on the
day after the attack, ilDoctor D. was
highly rei•peeted in this county, and his sudden
will be mourned by numerous friends.
J. P. KIRBY: Esq., sold his
tarot, containing about two hundred acres, in
Wysiix last week, for thirty thousand dollars.
Mr. K. retains his dwelling and four acres of
131,1. The purchaser, Dr. Fimscurr, of Rai
eounty. intend. erecting a large axe factory,
sad an establishment for manufacturing his
stomach Bitters. next season.
vSk. The 'Waverly vAdrwale
On Saturday night lasi, some caw succeeded
in.raking the pants of Judge NoBLE WELLEIL
ill of the ..pen window where In• slept, and ri
thipg 11.1:: pockets of 4175, I.:n*4lg *5O in the: wal.
titcli.coverCd. This Pent was performed with
a :-.4lin.nt hand rake, the pants hanging upon
a chair Lw the tail.
,The Judge 5h...0.1 roost
sty- The teachers of Granville have
to form an Association, to meet at
Granville Cetitre as often as once a year. Mr.
I. Putnam W3e, darted President : Miss S. Mor,
1....1L Secretary, for the ensuing year. Miss 1.
Sh. p .•rd. Miss Morse, )Liss H. Larcnm,
app , ,inted a ecliumittee to draft the consti
t and ke-laws of said Granville Teacher's
The first m , - , ting of the Association
;:! the :Id Friday and Sa torday . ,l* May.
teir" Young _Norm who was arrest-
I , k-hat having at-
no r t.'.l to poi:on tin engineer and fireman at
t , ,,_0;•.•evm00,1 rind placed in jail at
tic r.neAe,l to the InKane Aoyhtm,
l'; .I.l.lint, .11 Saturday Inst. Drs. TrENER
I I.snn tc•titi,ll t the fact of his being in
:,(15,,,,1 in, father to have him taken
f...n tI, jail a" ross.ibie.
wectiug of the Directors
Sotttlwrilt•riltrali'aiirmull Company, held
ek. it ea. d•!urruhled to complete the
I o. from Lake Ontario to the Pennsylvania
line immediately. It is the intention of
to ha, e the road in running order
hy •h. tir,t rd Sur, mber. The work of build
tit,. connection between Athens and Owego
responsible bands, and will be prosecuted
view to prompt completion.
pal- On Monday morning last,
trains commenced making regular trips to 3.1 -
The pas,enger train arrives there at
and leaves at s:t) a.m. The express
arrives at 1:10 p.m. and departs at 8 a.m.
Tly thn.. arrangement, passengers leaving New
‘.; Philadelphia in the morning reach Ile
the same evening. The track is nearly
11 .l urn between this place and Meshoppen,
a conthlently hope to be able to announce
.1,, rn ,t 1 from the South, in Towanda. of the
aim le tow early inoSeptenibcr.
SrsqrEUANNA COUNTY. —One man
-I , t7ia-r..A two hundred and fifty subscribers
tp than tin Comity Fsildiers' Monument
Mt, A. U. WAIIIIEN gives notice in' the Re
that the goi4en striped lily, now in full
may be seen at Hill-side Cottage, in Mon-
It has a stock twenty inches high, and
Imo blo,..ans eight incites in diameter. All are
in, it,d to "come and see."
Tl annual examination of the Soldiers'
tyl , loths' School, at Raeford, took place last
3fey.tia..tan and If. C.lltexow were
pi,... .tat and asainted in the exorcises.
Wk. Mr. CHAS. T. HOUSTON, for the
!•:04 ten.yeam editor of the Lyeonting Gazette,
sohlklies his valedictory in the last number of
that paper. Mr. H. has mask for himself an
at-tattle reputation as a high-minded and bont,
..m1.1.• journalist, and his retirement is a source
Ir. ro to his brethren of the editorial frater
oit. lie has our best wishes for prosperity in
•ha!, cr ocenpation he may engage.
Mr. Ilvs - ros is succeeded by Mr. Joint F. ME.
as managing editor, who is known in
'hi- locality as the author of the History of the
!Branch Valley, and who has had an ex
many years as a jonrnalist. We wet.
••• vnr hint to the corps editorial.
Demmer., Emj., is now sule proprietor of
tL. ne.Daily and Weekly, and proposes to
It 4.1 the helm of the old ; .. craft, "advocating
s•lthne.! but correct principles and live duo.
To do so he must leave DemocraeY.
tet. -Postaratir at
ii:diea hi tkiideityon
Mg of last week. He was one of the- nits!
'highly esteemed citizens of Vilillanuport.';'lll
Mr. Owns was born inWilliamspart ln 1811,
and has alwa resided among us . vat well
and favorab lylairitra to the whole - tubes'
community as a man of correct business . habits
and juftmmt,, and ot undoubted integrity. In
wil disehat i erieV=slatit
'neenty and to the- Tm'y general sidisfactir*of
.the people. Hs Imi•amal: In
the of his mesas, all www poldie.en•
terprises, and was zmisersalir regarded as s
most worthy and medal citisen.. - Me was for
manv years a consistent member of the Second
Presbyterian Church. His death will beliscarn.
ed by a large circle of friends attached to him
by long and intimate aegimintance.
- MP Scipio body writes to the Mini
ra Daily Advertiser, from Waverly, as rollotri:
DEMI ADTERIBIM :--Elmirs enjoys a now sen
sation in Lake Eldridge;, Watkins boasts its
Olen; Ithaca its waterfalls; Corning its glass
house, and.Owego its court-house ; but greater
than all these, Weedy holds within its limits
the identical hole in Ohepards, Creek in which
Manz It. Pommes washaptised in 18581 Feet!
Csai you bait that.
Now dont all rush down here at once wait
=ill the new hotel is built near the—spot, and
dont go to ponderingover the probable change
in affairs had the ;officiating clergyman lost'
is. By invitation of the ker4
manly Superintendent of the "Towanda Agri
,cultural Works," we last week visited that es-
Mblishment, and were well paid for an hour's
time spent in looking through the different de
partments. The first floor is occupied by a
blacksmith shop, the engine room, and a large
room used for inantifactming logs into-spokes
in the rough. On the second floor we saw most
of the machinery required for making theyrood
work of wagons and carriages of all kinds, and
a number of skillful mechanics busily engaged
in putting up work. The third floor is occupied
ter a, paint room, and -Masoning department.
A vast,amount of stock Is stowed away on this
floor, all of which is being mildly used up its
the shops below. Wo_aaw several buggies part
ly finished, which, for beauty of style and dura
bility would compare favorably withcik
ed out at any establishment in this country.
We were particularly struck with the neatness
and order which prevailed throughout the whole
establishment, from the engine room to the at
lie. The Superintendent, Mr. BISHOP, gives his
personal supervision to the business, and an in
vestigation will prove to any one that the man
agement is in good hands. Mr. Eantoxs flmrr-
LET, one of the most experienced and skillful
mechanics anywhere to be found, is foreman.
His name alone is a guarantee that , none but
first-class work can leave the shop.
Se' A fatal accident happened at
East Herrick on Thursday last, by which Mr.
FA/MOULD Currimuo lost'his life in the 84th year
of his age. The circumstances are as follows :
Hr. SOLOMON qtxrxer-D was going to a funeral
in a carriage, in company with his father, sister
and daughter. The horses became frightened
while going down a hill, and ran away, over
turning the carriage against the road fence,
causing the almost instant death of his father,
FAIMCHILD CANFIELD, and severely injuring his
sister and daughter. The latter had her arm
broken. air. 8. CNNFIELD was but slightly hurt.
The accident happened near AsA Wsniczes,
caused by the carriagb tongue slipping through
the ring of the neckftke, causing the carriage
to run against the horses.
The accident was more exciting, as it occur
red on the way to a funeral, and within a few
rods of the house of mourning whero the good
people were gathered to pay the last offices of
kindness to a respected citizen of that place, Mr 2
WALTER BAni6, who died the 20th instant a ..11
50 years. lie leac i . es a widowed mother and two
sisters to mourn his loss. His father, KELLOOO
BARNA, only preceded him three months.
As the services close and the procession leaves
the churchyard, again the bell tolls the funeral
knell for one who started for this meeting in
" Dangers stand thick through all the ground
TO hurry mortals home;
And tierce diseases wait around,
To plish us to the tomb.-
1191. LIFE , IfsrniscE.—lt is well
known that many fnen very often take out poli
cies of insurance while their business is pros
perous, and pay their
. iinnual premiums for a
time ; but when misfortune comes, and money
is scarce, they are unable to renew their pay
meas. It has been the general custom of the
companies to regard such policies as forfeited;
and to appropriate to themselves all thei money
invested in them. The extent to which this
process of confiscation has been cartitil,
ever is not publicly known. Some .of the old
est and most respectable companieti in this
c.,untry„have been made enormously rich In
this :oirip of profit, and have thus been ena
bled to make gplemlid dividends upon the
cies that remained.
Yet a child can see the injustice of such n prac
tiee._ It turns the beneficial aspeet of the busi
nt,s nmekery! Thnt which has for its
wholti object the relief of misfortune, the miti
gation of calamity, is thus tamed into an ag
gravation of losses : and the prosperous are ena
bled to speculate on the suffenngs of the un
happy. The National Life - Insurance Company
cannot consent to profit by thus reversing the
benevolent objects in which its main purpose
lies, and which form the very reason for its ex
istence, and it has accordingly adopted the rem
edy afforded by the non-forfeitnre plan, which
dn.: sway with the injustice. , Every policy is
sued by the National Life Insurance Onnpany
is -made incapable of forfeiture.
This Company also has litany other features
Which make it one of the most desirable com
panies extant. .Ei_senet: 11InsoN, agents.
Owing to circumstances over
which we had ub control * ttr were compelled to
forego the pleasure of participating in the pic
nic given by Linta Rose Company, at Green
wood, un Thursday last. But one opinion is ex
pressed with regard to the affair, and that is,
that it was a lx•rfect sucee.-..5. friend furnish
es ns the following "neroont of the l mimed-
ingl• " :
LINrA Hosa, No. .1, Ptcmc.--,The invitation
so cordially extended by the mentlwrn of Linta
Hose Company to " all the world and his wife"
and `•the rest of mankind" to attend a picnic
and excursion at Greenwood on Thursday last,
was responded to by a jouy crew evidently bent
upon enjoying themselves. We doubt if the
kind and gentlemanly officials of the Barclay
Road often hive a larger and noisier company
in their cars than upon this occasion. The day
was propitions—being neither too hot nor too
cold—and for a wonder dispensing with the
heavy shower whhb is usually inseparable from
Leaving the cars at Greenwood =Bridge, a
"-bee line" was taken for the grove near the
school-house, where seats, swings, and a table
had been erected. Boon the brilliant uniforms
of the Hose Company, and thalight dresses of
the ladies; mingling amid the tall trees, pro
duced a wisy..pictruesque.effect.
The fine band, led by Mr. WALLIS Arrt etc,
was in attendance, and contributed not a little .
to the general enjoyment. There was dancing
upon the greensward (without which no gipsy.
ing party is complete), and cribbage-boards and
keel ds might be seen beneath the trees. It was
plainly evident to lookers-on, that the party had
not "Come out to starve," as Mr. Brifixorox
and " the Boys " brought out loads_ upon loads
of baskets, boxes and freezers from the freight
cars in which they had been stowed. As somf
one remarked, "all who didn't come 'had sent."
It was refreshing to observe "the Boys"
"On hospitable cares intent,"
deftly handling the platei and napkins: To be
sure, they did Spill the box of spoons with an
awful clatter! and one of them (handsome as a
young god), wiping his heated brow, observed
that he "wasn't used to honsekeeplng:" A com
mittee of ladies assisted, and soon all the guests
were served. To those who. had eyes to see,
there were abundant side-scenes of love-making;
;fur Cupid is as likely to lie in ambush in a ham
sandwich or an ice-cream dish as in a botinet of
roses ; but of sick deponent farther with not.
Some there were, who like troubled aPirtill,, wan
dered up and down among the trees, being un
commonly hie the ghost in Hamlet. Taken al
together, it was an exceedingly "gay and fes
tive" time, and was marred by no untoward
event. Alter the picnic, the younger portion of
the company adjourned to '.'Greenwood Cot
tage" to finish the evening with a Hop.
All returned well pleased with.tbe
Many thanks to the young gentleman , of Lint*
Hose Company, and " long may they wave!"
.• Pimemos..--JoaN T. Mumma was
towhist ma* imaldna aritiltgetnento to to.
eatoseeee the putdiestion of the &agleam fleat
fy P,:et) Press. lip tend he ntey metre e i gee
eroes;:eopport Men . the Republicans In tittle
POWltti• no on** 4tiorto• It
Nltifixanti, irtko - mu :for leiFrarrears
(alien of this place, with his wife bas keen
Spending several weeks With 10,hrotker.in.lsw,
Col. Itcommr. N. N. is 'Wow s resident of Woe
sestei; Masuchnsetts.. t:
—O4l. &Cum% J l l4 i h thisPlaceAisbeen
iiminted a smaller of the ilepublican State`
Central Cbromittee. C01.,0. lean active, atter
getieitepnblicam and no bettei' selection could
have been made...
—Diu % nomrtu., gig., of i rroy, has booti
won tba Datiocratle Stale Mahal Cour
—We areploased to notice that Mr. oellatin
has selected our old friend, Wins &weep fyf
Diatom ass member of the State Central Cow.
mitt" for c0 1 1tr: No *an is better..
*Pitman' ted irith `the Pin& of the cotmtVor
a deeper interest in the welfare of the Pat'.
aunnornow i hi., son of Hon. 'Gra:
dannwason, of Seranton, Is here kohl* neer
the seens of '
'lmmerly resided at
Barclay; an-a at mama Judge of Prolmte
Court in Wayne County,y North Carotin., Is sis
iting with Mends is this .
—Hems, late of the Lyeonting.Gotene, call
ed at onr sanctum yesterday. ..
• tit* I,fonnil in n ionic sevent y -fi ve
feet under ground, an•hnprespion of s twig - with
ten biancliel with.the leaves all about iwen
ty-five leaves on each, branch, resembling the
leaves in form on such timber as grows around
at the present time t - The rock h a different
formation from any on the steam; with some
small reins of copper ore in it. Therein sam
ple of the rock at my house.
I found an impression of iron new*, and
half around is one bar of perfectlystraight about'
three inches brciad. It lOoke very lunch as if .
some one bad been working the rock before me.
This was found in the big " rock cut" below
WILCOX'S sawmill, on the Sullivan Il'Etie
' ' ' 'AU '
most casual ob
server cannot fail to notice tho contortions of
many young ladies when promenading the
streets, caused by the pain they suffer from
wearing tight shoes. The waist they maysqueeze,
and in time will get used to the compression,
but the feet are fitted with delicate machinery
that will not bear being botmd too tightly,with
out retaliating by causing proportionate stiffeic
ing. When a young lady is gingerly walking
along with a sort of higglo-deliggledy motion,
her form going through a series of genuflexions,
as though sho was perpotuallyabatt tOsit down,
ands often changing her mind, she is gener
ally supposed to be suffering frOM a severe at
tack of Grecian bend, bid in fully , half_the in
stances you may be certain that she did not buy
her shoes at CAtrimmes, south side Mutant's
new block, as his shoes always fit and do not
pinch the feet.
166 The Teachers' Association of
Western Bradford met at Granville Center on
the 9th instant. Mr. 0. Flamm was elected
PrZsident, and Miss B.man Moanzacer Becretary
The following reaohdiona werediscusaed . aid
Ist. Resolved, that teachers whO live near,
and have not interest enough ineduentional
matters to attend the Association, should not be
employed by directors.
2d. Resolved,, that schools should not be kept
open daring the months of July and August.
3. Wuzenss the present school year is not
sufficient for the advancement of the
Therefore, resolved that the school year should
be lengthened to eight months.
4th. Resolved, that boarding around is detri
mental to the health of teachers; to the cause
of education- and is a custom that should have
ended with the "dark ages."
The appointments for the next meeting were
as follows :
Declaimers, Mr. Liman Loenits and Mr. 311-
ton Stiles ; Essayists, Miss 'Sarah Stiles and
Miss Helen Loomis; Readers, Miss Folly Blab.
ley and Miss Ruth Blackwell ; Business Coni
mince, Mr. Willis Smiley, Mr. Martin Rockwell,
Miss Sarah Blackwell, and Miss Julia Fish.
Adjourned to meet at West Burlington the
2d Friday and Saturday in October.
REDINGTON, of Tr i oy,
luw erected a large tenant house for the accom-'
modation of those who area unable either to
build for themselves or pay exorbitant rents.
The ...Vortheco Tier (inutile in speaking of the,
enterprise says :
Mr. G. F. REDINOTON of our town this sum
mer has been at work upon a project that we
are glad to see on foot, as it promises to give a
much needed relief to the crowded state ofonr
village. Taking advantage of a 'drip of ground
UMW the street west from the Bradford house,
be has caused a roadway to be made nearly
parallel with Main street, and extending for
some distance up the creek, which it crosses by
a substantial bridge. There some distance
above, upon the edge of a level terrace, he has
put up two large bniklings, or rather one large
long building for though divided by a break in
the continuity of the roof the two parts are
closely joinedthe whole being some two hun
dred feet long by about 30 . feet wide. This is
divided intrawelve dwellings, each ocupving 16
feet of the length and entirely seperated from
the other by permanent petitions. They are
each to be provided with a neatly fenced yard
and conveniences for water, ete,„,and will make
very comfortable dwellings suitable for small
families. Entering the front door of one of
those dwellings von find yourself in a room of
good height 16 feet square, lighted by two front
windows of good size, A door opens on the op
posite side and gives entrance to a stairway and
through a third door to a bed-room, also light
ed by a window In the back of the building.
Another door from the main room also opens
into another stairway which leads down to the
basement, and. across this stairway to - another
bed-room. Descending into the basement you
find a comfortable sized kitchen,with a door and
two windows opening to the - back of the build
ing. Another doer opens in a cellar 16 feet
square lighted by a window in front. The
second story is (lidded into two rooms each
lighted by one square window. The whole
building lowa neat appearance, is tastefully
painted, and is quite an addition to our' town in
looks and convenience. They are well plaster
ed and painted inside and arw to bo let until the -
first of April at *BO each. Seteral of them have
ahead, been taken and will I robably be ocepied
—The last brick on tqe -new Troy House was
laid on 'Wednesday of last week, and this week
the din about the building has been great as the
finishing goes on. The roof is of heavy tin,
and isto have some ornamental work added. A
flag staff has been raised to remain permanent
ly, andthe Judge's well-known patriotism-will
be afire to, keep a flag upon all important occa
sions. People begin to realize haw ninch . of an
ornament this building will be to our town when
The Long Block has the walls for the second
story almost completed; pretty quick work, it
being just a week ago since the first story was
krumre.—We are amused by the
martyr-lie resignation with which _neighbor
KINWET, of the Waverly Adrocate, - gives a part
ing adieu to the Ithaca Road. His "good-bye .
railroad!" is tittered with such a pathetic, des
pairing moan, that one would think be had lost
three grandmotlwrs by the operation. We ad
vise him not to " tr ke , con," nor appoint aftmeral
o'er the defunct corporation yet, lest the wreis
should not be resily, —for we have good reek=
to believe that everything is working well forits'
early completion. -
The Good Templars' festival was a grand. af
fair We had our fill of ice cream, cakes, dain
music, etc., In exchange for the greenbacks
which vanished with fearful raPidity.. We in-,
v4ttod our "shinplasters" in egg-shells from
tbo wonderful tree, hoping to get the lucky
ring; but it was carried off by a yormgster more
fortunate. We voted for the " nicest young
lady in town," but she warn't elected. -We had
faint hopes of being voted "the . most popular
young man" in town, but that election. did not
come off in accordance with the programme.
So we were unfortunite, but will not murmur,
nor even look with envy on young (ails; *lO
drew the beat cake . and a,-,earrisgo. to draw ii
bome'in. The receipts were MeV which will
At up the new ball in good style, and we hope
now to see the organization even more prosper-
A young couple in the upper part of town,
who are yet billing and cooing in, their honey.
moon of newly-Wedded life, given party a few
evenings since, when they were Mhave dancing
and too crown. The dancing went of all right,
but the stovepipelell down and tarred theiee
cream too strong for their liking. .Thia,
ever, did not break up the
,programme, for our
hero, with pail in hand, went out into the calci
te*, and soon gathered material for another
batch. This is /heir find tronble. We hope they
may never have a greater. •
Dr. E. S. Przarsa is visiting hia Mends
town. The South Charleston aginetne to agree
with him, and be look's as tbottA ,he p
wring in brednila and increasing in
18..80v. Sounftut -CQvisie has re.
He is at must ataNdier ll2
its.. mixt i n s h it eitaitlalderel" of
-tyr— f - • xi .
oc tt ; w e kiln bid .erne
another man in Phillipsburg, Center county, i
few daps sined,lhi Ibieb Emil wailitabbed snd
His remains wor n brought to th is coun
t, risen - 410 . •
Atiiiiteetiv: of ILin' to Hose
emPixagratth Iltdd it &dr *cods an Sriday
+nal*, AO 19,thWidrOning reagutionil 'anti
."kofteciestrefttedo.li `L . ( 1 •
Berthed, Thatihe Sisals of nista Hose 00.
are lierebrAtedered to-:the oilloarvand em
fts2f the Towanda Cost Company for their
And inwienkti I*llimi , up 1110
alit:Mad ouryiense at ureesurood ; ids°
to the String Sind, for, furthh.Wg us with inn
& for the occasion: ; Citas.Z. Taw; _
. JAL Crinitp, Seel. _ Fannon.
• l A man tamed M. IL BEM=
XL; #iddiqg # POW #W#O4. , C 441 / 4 #
plioemilionitay sold a note inabrui ' A
by Joss V.,lbstious tad bum Itseaptst, fcir
one, hundred and My dollar!, to Joss Ristax-
AfOi4 ll lKildag: fit the: ;104 t*ocitidttet
of SZSIAIDS vas snob Ss to cieata=a suspbdon •
11 sit13, ***Pt t l4 -11 #* 2 k_,
a warrant hosed and Placed in t he : l=dr at
consYso *Om' was aseeztalie4, o lo;
Cuing had taken the stagefor Oadoit. "He was
near that place, aiid r
tm.uM to thle . plece DO put hteheyge of. Sher.
as. A Loclge of laced • Template
Was organized at. Ham Hrpok on the 7th inst.,
and the following iniSiris' electeil for the bal
ance of the term: '
W.V.T.L3fra.-W: B. Gaziri. -
'• , _
W.M.--A. L Foam. ..
• W.o.o.—Ortams FORBES.
W.P.EL—Fnanx Hawes. , ,
W.L.H.S.-8. C. Hoiros.
r.W,C.T.—W. D. Cnarrar y
SW We call particular attention
to the following Post-office Rules, which we tad
in the Weerly_Adrocatc :
tom Fon inr. POST-017 ca.—When you call
at the Post-office for your mail, and the post
master.hands it Out, ask him if that is . alL -
If yon ask for mail and - he tell you therei is
none, tell him there ought tone; then go home
and sen&thesest of the .family around- to aik
tiro4h the day. -
When you wants stamp on your letter, tell
the postmaster to put it on ; if ho don't like it
lick- him. In case you put on the stamp your
self, soak it in your month long enough to re
move the mucilage, it will then stick till it is dry.
Be sure to ask the postmaster to credit yon
for the stamps; if be has any accommodation
about himat all he will do it.
If you base a box, stand and drum on the box
until the postmaster hands out your ; it
makes him feel good,. especially if he is waiting
on Some one else.
If you cannot wait at the wicket for your mail,
go inside and tnakeYourself at home ; your com
pany is no doubt agreeable to the postinaster.
-S. W. ALVORD:--
Dear Sir: Meeting with an accident yesterday
(July 25), which came very near the death of
my son by drowning, I write you the partividars,
as my friends all live in Bradford and would not
.get the news correctly. I wish them to know
that the child is alive, and doing as well as can
The child got out of the yard through a space
where a picket was off and went to the head
gates that let water into the mill, and fell some
seven feet from a plank into the water above
the gates. He was in the water—as niar as we
can tell—fifteen minutes. When his mother,
Mrs. Ilssxos, took him from the water, he was
stiff and black in the face, and apparently dead.
Dr. ILecns.u. was sent for, and was on band in
a few minutes;, and by I•Ts sk llfi l numagement
life tins restored. - Fu ca
Sullivan Co., Pa., July 2G, 1869.
1e... It should be remembered by
everybody, who wish to procure an iinsurance
policy, that C. 8. Itussat,'s Agency is the best
place to get it. - All the best and most reliable
companies aro represented by him. H. A. Bon-
BII3E it solicitor, and will give all necessar#in:
formation to all whom may 'apply.
TiE GREAT REAPER. TRIAL A TLoafs '
TILLY, likkruckx.—Ttie great laird ofAespers and
Mowers near this city commenced on the Path ult.,
and continued four days. Alma thirty machines
THE PRIZE AWARDED.
The great reaping and mowing, trial which engaged
the attention of our agricultural community during
the put week, has resulted in awarding the premium
as follows :. To Dodge t Esteems manusseturiwf
Company of Anburn,N. Y., the ' , Dodge Harvester,'
entered by G. B. and C Smith, General Agents for
Ohio, Kentucky sad balms, principal offices at
Wooster and Marion, Ohio, a gold medal of honor,
mined at 1150, for the' best Combined Reaper and
Maker and Selfltaker.
The trial was the closest contest ever made on this
continent, and the' decision. of the Committee was
made after the; most thorough tests and examination
of the work as it progressed, and of the ground at.
terward. We beve it generally Ueda with favor.
The Dodge Harvester Is Wit at Auburn, N. Y., bY
the Dodge A Stevenson Manufacturing Co.,who
have turned out wane six thousand for the present
harvest, and were thousands behind their orders
weeks ago. It is universally admitted to be a first
class machine in every respect, and bad hosts of ad
mirers at the trial, and in fact was • general favorite,
although this was its first appearance before the
,The ..Dodge Self Raker!' is used by other manatee
'Wren, and is one of the 'standard improvements of
Mr. Smith's only assistant was A.. 1. iiihroyer, rag..
of Dayton, Ohio, who has been one of the pioneers
hntmdneingit. This machine satistleit every
present of its merits, cutting in all kinds egress said
grain, depositing the gavels in neat bundles without
choking or clogging the machine, or stenggling the
The -Dodge Self Baker" is without doubt one of
the most ingenious, and at the aim time simple de
vices ever presented to the agri cultural public, and
is real& .-Tarmer's Frien&'• There is nothing
abcint it complicated. and it works with as mach fa.
ditty and uniform regularity as the hands of a well
regulated clock. We saw. the very heaviest of wet
lodged grain cut 'and, deposited in mole without
choking or clogging, and laid strait and even at the
butte. The draught required is light, and the ma
chine is vet/ easy on both &tetrad team. The as;
vela were deposibed to the aids, entirely out of the
way for the nest round, which was not the ease with
many other devices and machines. It is a combined
inarldsa„ imd is readily charged from a reaper to a
Mower, and vice versa.' The farmers of Atentuell7,
and others who have used the machine M question,
uniformly certify to its merits. Indeed, wherever it
has been introduced, it has given' the most =OM.
led satisfactka. It had no "blowers" or ykers,"
did not extend its "tontine," and made the sta sr
qfiested by the committee without dictate pr sng
grittiest, the exhibitors rehring on the merits of the
machine for succesa;andthey were not disappointed.
—LoiiitrWe, Ky., Sven, Empress. -
OODDING, $ll/18112,2, k Co., Agents.
HARKNESS—THOMAS. —,lttly 4, 1869, by 0. P.
Maim sq Chester Hirloness .
Rebecca Thomas ,
all of Springfield. to Uri ,
WOOD—BAILEY.—AIso by , the same
. .114 00 4 (1
1869, at thehonsecf Alvin , W
' to hiss Anguitspalley all of eld.
iONT.S..-CloE63.—Jit the Holcomb. House, in
Leßoy, July 18th, 1869, by Wm. F. Robinson,
Esq., Yr. B. F.JonesagclMre Hannah Cross,
both of Canton, Pa.
EIRDS—DECIIEB.,—At the rano Ilonroeton.
July ?, 11969.1r1 Rev.
Atmstroug, Mr. Alex
. ciMm.4ll4lonle to Wu Emma R. Decker, both of
THIPPEN—BOFFINGTON.—in Warren, Only 10th,
Igth,.by'ltm. Wm. B. Mon: Hr. Igo:ft Inz
of Lawroneettle. Pi, to Wu Hadasaah
ton. of Willem Pa.
CONBTOCK—MCIMIL—In Judy .15th. by
New. Wm B. Nixohatr. Omuta* briNss
O. V. liteher, both of Owego, N. Y.
BUTTLEI3.-Lins. 'Nary Janeorilb of T. M. Bat
threetles; died July 12th, after a painful illness of
weeks. : r
£bo has left a little child Old - deiplfiftlicted
husband to mourn an irreparable lose
• •—. • • -
TUB YOUNG Mb's Lama= MEXtriTION DOM' II
'Prayer Meeting in their Room overiEnnv's Clothing
Store, emu', Sunday evening at 6 o'clock.
Barnes ,Ounios—Bew 8.• J. Lv*. filltor. Her.
l$COll every Sundry at lOid a.m. and 7% p.m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday !evening. gandapachool at 12 .
Erratum Cmracn—Rev..7. D. , Roams, Pastor.
Serviced every Sunday 4.103 saw snd A Pam Leo-
true Prida7 evening, at o ' clock . qtandirlichciel
atlam.' • • •
Ifirirroniar S. tax; Pastor. fkn
vices crew Sunday at seg a.m. and 7g p.m. .Pray.
or meeting Thursday evening. RunApachool at 9
, IPMMatimaar Cimemn..—Ber: Haim& Pas
ter. ffierviees every Sunday at 10,q aan.and7Vn.m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening . Sanday.mbool
14 11 frettalt: , ' ' • ' f
Casnorao Cnisnell—Bev. Pirssci iterim;iester.
First Nam ate; seemed Mom at 11. Yeomen at 1111;
o'clock. Sunday-school at 5 o'clock p.m.
' tintaWVOTEIEB. ,
is iO.:, in+ G.T.-=-Tbero will be mei3t,,
big or the Emanate Clumßilatee 4,ftsdbrd Co.
Cburention LO. di:lT at Woo C o
%ma& jfanolay Algot 9LINIO ,
ii" ' ', ' "`• I- - DMZ W.C.T.'
. 1 4 ,1 4. Tinnt. ll ecntha• ~ -ye /, 2 t"
t ' ;fir i wish to Worm .3 Rep/Mi
ms alkaloid craw thatrata a for the
Mike of Corny Mesmer Ws fall. &Meet to the
decision ot tbe wanlymaavorit , min av
71 4 /1 1 . UM 1 & B. Vatontax.
1 Loei 4 -45 BEl4=-1400 on Mon
day, July 26. between Baur= Store and tho
residence of Wu= Fox, a now Pocket Book
con t nlno Five Dollar 'rho pocket
am a card mith O wl et itit At,pnc Tucx
at 0 fl u VidN spy.
aµBMe tit 0 co owan or
l tit liOr. 14 0 3 . V 441/1248 *
Macedonia, ra. - • 1
118... Messrs. - W.IOMM BLACK
Genlkines--I take great tr i c in ixstit to i thep
~, tor inertte of the Improved •op Ma.
I And afters talt that tt is everything
a L been repreaen me entice mus•
, 1 MX. V. E. Ihtoxrr.
WM& July la, 2060. .-3,r
Fon SALE.—XE4 • Platform Spring ;
Wagon and one now open ploy.
Norm—The ar.ountai of E. 0.
GOODIZCH, late Prothonotary r and also Ma printing
accounts line been left me with for, aettiament and
collection. Thom indebted irM amm coats by int.
mediate attention. once 'xi the Boarder's office.
! Jaly 10, 1889 Joan N. Cam.
Nctner..—All persons except those
Who are now regular customers, will hereafter be
thannra one cent per wand for ice.
July 15, 1505: - • Jona Aparm
CELEBY PLANTS.—Stocky Plants of
Seymour's Superb and While Dwarf. The'fanner
beat for per, and latter ,for late winter andspring
Due. 95 cents for 60.80 cents per 100. •
Towanda, Jnly 15, 1859. R. M. WEISZ!.
Gui Brix.—The subscriber is
agent for Herder's Gold Medal and celebrated one.
two and three horse HiStway Powers, Threshers and
Swanton, and Threshers and chuners. The best
in the world. Send for circulars and.price hats.
Towanda, anly 16,1869. B. 35. lil'amuta •
; 1 . .
Tut .„ ;
AMERICAS PLkNO . 'PORTZ.—
Ream Holmes '& .Paasage, Towanda, Pa; are agents
forth. American Piano, and-the Boardman k Gray
Patent Improved -Insaitsted • Iron Rim and Immo
Piano Fortes.- The iron- rim and frame are coat Un
one solid plate, , and Insulated from contact with the
sounding board and vibrating parts. These
' have Fait strength, and are menia ll y for
acho and for districts where Unions are cult to
be obtained. The wood and over-string scales give,
in - connection with the anspetudon bridge. a full.
round, powerful and sweet tone. The small-sized
euestake up but little room, yet a$ 'eh-youths ap
palrance. I ,
These Pianos have taken thirty et premiums,
gold and silver medals and diplomas, t the Beatni
ks' Institute, in Now York, and at 8 to pairs in va
rious iitates. They have been exhibi in London,
where testimonials to their excellence innweetness
and power of tone, and ' delicacy of touch, were vol
untarily forwarded by some of the first pianists a
Them instruments are. in all those respects which
make a perfect Pianoyorte;pre-emiltentlY superior to
any ever before known.
We are agents for 0. H. Eldrldgo'a Cottage Organ,
single and double leaded also the celebrated Dodge
& Lord Melodeon, for , the family circle, churches,
schools, kc., to which we invite the attention of the
citizens of Bradford County. Leery instrument war-
ranted to giro satisfaction.
Jane 10—tf. • r HOLSTER SZ PARRAGE:
"Via REAsoiq " the Weed F.F.
&Wing Machine sells belles than all others, it is
simple, durable, and easily o ted. Don't buy
until you examine the Weed The points of su
periority of- this justly celebrated Ma
chine will be fully explained at the Agency. No
trouble to show the Machine. Call in at MoN
TAXITS. July I.
.1‘ OTICE.— e following-named per
sons, or their heirs, are requested to call, or send
their post-Mike address, to H. B. MeKY-iii, To
wanda, l'a., for important information :
W. IL Morse, Litchfield, father of Oliver M6rae,
ate private Co. 1, 141st Pa, Vols.
Juliette Folk, Warren Centre, 'widow of John
S. Folk, Co. B, 144th Pa. Vols.
Susan Spalding, Towanda, widow of
H, 57th Pa. Vols.
Diana Miller, Burlington, nidOw of Willara
Miller, Co: B,'l4lst'Pa. Vols. ,
SOphia Barnes, Towanda, nioth l r Chrhdo
pher Barnes,Co. C, 141st Pa. Vols
John Williams, private Co. C, Stith Pa. Vols.
He was a substitute.
John Sayler Pa. Vole, Ho
was a substit 8. MCKE.I.3i,
Towanda, Pa 'aeon L Co.'s
Ki' We 1 wish to
invite the site, deillgent pub
lic to those Ins* which are the
only Pianos In ..arope, with full
Iron,Frame, In pi rest upon wood
en bearings, ana m wmcn none of the turning pins
go through the Than plate. The. great advantages
gained by this arrangement are many ; a more re
fined quality of tone, sweetness, great power, equali
ty of tone, an443f standing -In tune better than any
other instrument now in nse. Also are the Thought
ful and economical brV irc ' Organs and Melodeons
for home as well h and Sabbath School
re y invited t examine our instruments
which for quality and quantity of tone are unsur
pasie-di - W. Drrrnicit k Co..
/ • at Chamberlain's Jewelry Store.
/NOTICE.—The accounts of Ingham
It Beaumont relating to the business of the Woolen
Factory are left krill' Louis Camp, Justice of the
Peace, at Campton for collection. Mr. Beaumont
is now out of the , business and it will be necessary
for parties interested to attend to the *latter at once
to save costs. NOuther delay will be made in col
July 11, 1869. NV, Isamu k BrArnoicr.
IMMENSE Rt.t, ' ucTioN ni PIAsos.—TUE
entmcminco Pm. iy.4 . which took the "Grand
Medal" at theiris Exhibition, and the, still
higher recompc , "the CS^ors of fle Legiatrof
nor," are noV selling at greatly reduced
prices, the discnnnt system being abolished.
L. B. Powell, I.lf Penn • avenue, Scmnton,Ta.,
is their wholesale agent for a large portion of the
States of Pennaculla and New York. Send to
his address for F i e new circulars and price lists,
containing fall xplanations, which 'will be fur
nished free upon application. Mr. Powell is
also at hoNde agent for the celebrated Mason &
Hamlin Orgaus,and dealer in all kinds of Music
al Mercharise July 1-sw. /
- - -
*r. Hear begs leave to pre
sent his thanks for the very Liberal patro
nage heretofore extended to hill', an d to in
form his friends livid the public generally,
that ho is fully prepared to furnish private
fainilies or parties with anything/in the line
of Ice Cream, Corifections . or,sWeet meats
on very short notice. Store, No. 3 Battens
Block. April 21.
The Forty-eighth Term of this Institute opens
August 18th. 1869, under the charge . of A. J. LANG,
It is ono of the beat LrrEnswr Isamu. cora of the
country, accessible from all parts, and is situated at
WAVERLY, TIOGA CO., N.Y.
The departments are complete. The •• Musical ".
embraces all those studies required for admission to
our beat Colleges. ' Also, a thorough drill in the
The English Coarse comprehends both the com
mon branches taught in Elementary Schools, and
many of the higher branches usually pursued in the
Colleges. In the Commercial Course the inertruction
is as thorough and complete as in our most success
ful Commercial Colleges.
Instruction upon the Piano and Organ by the old
method ; also by •• Bobbins' New American Method,"
by which pupas can acquire a knowledge of music in
one-third the time Which it hitherto required. -
The rates of tuition are very moderate. Board ob.
tatted at reasonable prices ; a limited number of pu
pils can be accommodated in the families of the In
structors. Reuss can be procured in which students
can board themselves and lessen the expenses one
Normal class," as usual, organized at the beginning
of the Fall Term. which twenty of the first appli
cants will retch* nstruction for fourteen weeks.
For particulars as the Principal at Waverly.
N.Y. Information reference to Booms and Board
can also be obtained at Waldo k. Tracy's Drugstore,
86 Broad Street.
A. J. LANG. A.M.. Principal.
NEWTON MINES% President of Board of Trnstees
July 15, 1869.
AL, nership heretaf existing under the name of
COHEN & . is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All tints due the late firm must
be settled and pahli to 11. E. Ilmocurtml. who will
carry on the btutisesa, and .is hereby authorized to
receive and collect the same.
• M. E. ROSMITTELD.
P.8.-11seing bought Oat the interest of Messrs.
Coma, I will continue to carry on the business, and
will try to glee sidisfscthm to all my' customers bet.
ter than ever. The Store will hereafter be known as
the %NEW. YORE CLOTHING BAZAAR, and I will
still continue to sell Goods at the lowestiruirket prices.
Quick Sales and Small Profits is my motto. Give me
a call before ronrchasing elsewhere.
Towanda, July 6, ISM M. E. ROSMITELD.
111 SS OL lITIO N.—The co-par
tmcraldp heretofore existing - under the firm
name of SoLonon Wows% te Una day dtesolred by
mutual consent. ! ALMS. SOLOMON,
Towanda, July 11, 1869. mars WOLFF.
P. S. The business will be condmied at the old
Aland by ALES'S. SOLOMON. I assure my friends
and customers that satisfaction will be given to them
4 all times.' The-small stock on hand will be dis
posed of at reduced prices. ICall and examine.before
portioning elsewhere. ALErit. SOLOMON.
July 22. ! No. 123 Maln-at.
oreThe.highest Club price paldtfor Wool, Hides,
irincE - GEM FRUIT JA ES, Tku
1 'best In %use, whotenb) and retail. • '
Ally. 1; McCADE k MIX.
CONCEN'ERA.TED LYE AND
Potash ; at. C. B. PATCH'S.
May 20. I
AL: a o S GROCERIES AND
Prothdoni, at vholcsala and retail. at
Kay 20. C. B. PATCWB.
STOCK COFFEES AND
NIL at . . - B..PATCIIII.
i t FULL STOCK OF WOODEN
ware, at O. B. PATCH'S.
}..,:,, ..._ 6 ,4 ,i ,- 4.tiir d Y , . V
• 1114- ,- - 4
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- . 1 1E1,014' STORE,
•.-; • 'it •• • r . _
Nding, ;Ru s sell SD, 'Co:,
U. - TOWANDA, 'PA.
ME Ad 1?, ID NO A. IR, Ey
3 .• MECHANICS' TOOLS,
AGRICULTUHAL - IHPTYMP,N.Tf3 ,
HERO F IT
H 0 'FRUIT
The BEST JAR in market, as
proved by the experience of all who
.have used them for five years past, is
4:1 I THE HERO, -
b a l P
Codding, Russell - St. Co.
The HERO JAR challenges: all
competition. Any child can use them:
The fruit is placed in the Jar, and
properly heated, when the cover is
applied 7 -nd it seals itself: It can be
easily opened without danger of
breaking the Jar.. For, sale. in large'
or small quantities by •
CODDING, RUSSELL d CO
Aud other fruit, can be kept for
years, in thd
CODDING, •RUSBFLT, it CO
ti - ?..
At CODDEsiG, RUSSELL & CO
THE HOT BLAST LATE DIPROV-
Is• the-best STOVE . in the world.
At. CODDING, RUSSELL & co.
Towaulla, duly 32, 1RC...1
/Sy the Dozeu
By the Dozen Cheap
TOWM /61.01111NG STORE!
• Opposite the Ctii:rt iiollllei •
clicit AIN 'SI . lii*T :TOW ANDA;
NEW . ,S!P RI.A;G:-;GOODS;
liccrived every ;by; ci JPRRYLCOLLINS'
MACK cr.9214 AND FANCY CASSIMERE
. • iz• ;
SOITS;at. JERrY COLLIN'S'.
1 J 111 1: , . ;f2 ( : ) . 44 1 ,
*1 or all kitailaiinair cpilmor."
$ At JERRY c01.1.1!•14', - •
SPrtrNi3 ' OVEROWA TS!
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES,
At JErant comcss , at cost
14iNG . g OF' - ALL iiNAS,
BOYS OLt4HING. , I
JEJOY COLtINS!.. . ,
At JEllia COLLINS'.
• At JERRY COLLINS',
Selling ClieapertlogAny !imam la' Tqwands.
CALL AND 888 Rut !
May 25,18 1 ;9._ • ,J4M. COLLINS.
R.'A. PETTUS A. CO.V.
sA Directly oppesite the Court Hone.
Ihe have -just . parch aped In rev Yolk a
fresh stack of -
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Consisticig !ilia) of
POq!STIC FANCY DRY GOODS,
_ DRESS GOODS,
lIOSIERY, • GLOVES,
• DRESS TRIMMINGS,
and a full glf,asartuvmt of
•They would respectfully invite their old Cu
tomera and the public generally. to give them
a call before •purchasing elsewhere, pledging
themselveq to sell as' cheip as any one in' To;
They keep the genuine
ALEXANDER KID GLOVES,
Jo that oughly - furnished with all the novelties
of the season, and some of tbemost experienced
milliners to attend to the wants of the Ladies.
Especial attentlon paid to Bleaching and Bttsw
work. nillinrrs wishing good at wholesale
prices wilt do well to. call or send their orders.
. B. A. PETTDB & CO.
Towanda, .1 '27:, -
G LO. MYER,
114 virg i urchnaedlbe
TOBACCO ..11)*D CIGAR STORE,;
lee , door South of the First NafDina I. flank, Is
an 1 . selling ever} thug In 144 line wh%lesale
and , retnii.
He keeps couitintly on sand a coft r plete
stock of • . .
FINT, CUT, SMOKiNG A PLUG TOBACCO,
Put u all atylem. Tl c boot qualities of
Illit)Wpi BLACK 0%1 SCOTCH SNUFO3.
' - •
Thr alost , :elebFat ed br ands of
FANCY SMOKING TOBACCO
TOBACCO BOXES and POUCHES,
and all articlei asnally kept in% Brit dant
Dm:era will dO wall lo,cal land; examine Lis
large and well selected stock.
Towanda, April. 29. 18b9.,
AND QUESTION BOOKS
AT PTBLISHERS PRICES.
CiIITTENDEN'g SCRIPTURE MODELS
CALKINS & BARBER.
SEAMLESS KID , GLOVES,
TIM BEST IN TILE MABSET.
A FULL LINE OF COLOR§,
JUST Rk ()HIVED . BY
IN ALL SIZES
POWELL &. CO
CAR? TS t
POWELL et. CO,
Having - liigijitictipxrd
,tbek ficUltka jot w
Whiting their good ifa t 1 iir.e, ino ere sow
MCIIIDS for the
A. more extent,* and
BETTEII 'A 5".01t73.1) EIT9CIC
FLOOR - OIL OLOTHS,
M ATTI N GS, DRUG G ETS,
Than tbej bus ever before offend
they,_.respeetfully ions attaatloa of the pair
Ile to ttlatlepartmeat of 'their katlawa, un'd
pledgolhemaelaes that their goods shall al
wayi be !Old at tbe
LOWEST MARK ET PRICES.
Mardi 22, /363.—ti
RACY & MOO'RE
HAVE JUST RECEIVE!LA LARUE STUCK
Spring and Summer Goodg,
Which theypire now offering cheap foecadi.—
Each as -
,• HOOP SKIRTS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS & CAPS,
Please call and examine our stock be fore
Towanda, April 28, 1868.
HAT, CAP, AND FUR .STORE- I
&The undersigned have opened a Storelon the
youth side of Mercer's new block,
itTheie the,* intend to keep a fall stock of
FASHIONABLE . AND SEASONABLE
HA74 I , CA.PS,?.IIURS,
UMBELLAS, CANES, GLOVES,
BUFFALO as WOLF ROBES, At.
Which We will sell at the lawest possible Priv 3
and respectfully solicit a elute of the patronage
of the public.
sir Hats fitted with the Amadei - a Contormater,
CLONNET .t A.MSBRY.
Towaitth, Oct. 5, VAS.
GREAT RARGAINS IN
BOOTS & SHOES,
NEW YORK BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Soh end of Wardlionie .111pcic
The undersigned are repelling a large and
well selected stock of _
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Baltible for the
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
Which we offer lowiror Cash. FoosMeg of
AND CIIILDRENB WEAR.
GENII; SEWED and . PEC/OED BOOTS
ILADI TO OW=
ELPAIBING NEATLY DONE,
and ready when promleed.
Think al for past favors we solicit a writhe*
ante of tho same.
Sint& WOODFOIU. OILIER? N. OLLIE
Towanda, Pa:, April 15,1869. -el
T7 7 1 7 n
TRACY A, MOORE.