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Messas. Eerroas . or THE Biunroan
Reeoarza . - - -.DeneSirsi,Theie has been
much pnblis• hed..about the se , ealled
" Norway Oats," and . they: have
come the leading tepid' of :cOnrersa
tion among prominent brine= talkie
'section: No*, as I grew some of this
grain last season, and many are anx
ions to know. whether they are a aim
specimen; and an imp.improvement,hought it Inv duty to give the farm
ers of Brodie - 41, through - your paper,
my, experience and opinion of the
said oats. Early last. spring L Pur
eliased of D. W. Ramell, accredit
ed agent; one -bushel. Had a field
which had grown potatoes the pre
ceding year, with no manure, plowed
in spring for oats, three days pre=
vious to sowing. Measured off one
acre for Norways, one-half of which
wa / s . . steep side-hill and poor land.
Dre:v, and spread 'evenly 'on poor
places, - eight loads of green horse ma
nure. Sowed broadcast, same time, ,
Norwais, Black Club, and common
white oats, side by 'side. Gave. each
the usual amount of harrowing.
- Nothing more done to Norways until
harvested. Sowed plaster on other
vats at •tha rate of .one bushel per
,tare. Result of Norway, fifty-nine
bushels measured from machine,. or
seventy-three bushels and three.pecks
1:v weight, which is more than double
the yield of my other oats } - 'I Welch
ed the growth of the three different
`rinds of oats, and took di:eintereded
: persons, at different_ times, with me,
- to examine them, and there was such
a marked contrast in the width of
leaf, size and color of straw, number
of stalks growing from one kernel,
and general length of head, that none
doubted but what they were a new
specimen and a great improvement.
All who examined them while grow
,- ing were pleased with the result, and
requested me to save seed for them:
I have sold_ and promised twenty
bushels of my crop, at ss,oo,per bush
el, to individuals who saw them grow
ing, and have thirty bushel's more for
sale at the same price.
Now I don't wish to delude my
brother farmers in the sale, of' this
grain by over-rating it, for I don't
• expect to make a fortune from it ;
lltit I do candidly think it an improve
ment, and also that I can grow one
hundred bushels per acre from one
bushel of this .seed. Am fully im
pressed with the idea that there is
variety of opts in this section that
ran be made to compete with the gen
,4iee Ramsdell Norway, on the same
land, with'hike treatment and culture.
Ope thing I would say to farmers,
who have grown Norways : If you
had to • make close examinations to
,liscriminate between your ?4Torways
:ind other oats while growin g, I think
- havn't the kind of.Norways which
: I ham.. Allowing that they have
•rovi n a - failure in amine instances,
i here is one' thing worthy of note
• :‘ Ilia speaks well for them, that is
not applicable to humbugs. Their
flet, greater productiveness than oth
er oats grown side by side, has in
ureased their reputation . remarkably.
. S. A: thyme.
11IIE ELL, Feb . 2, 1870.
Summary of the Benefits of Draining
Tile draining acts in various ways.
In a wet time it allows the surplus
water to pass off, and air to pelle
t rate the soil—thus raising the tern
t,erature of the lower strata, and
tintulating the growth of roots.
It 'hastens the decomposition of
r)( its and other organic matter.
it accelerates the disintegration of
the minerals of the soil.
It improves its mechanical texture+.
It tends to prevent grasses running
:It renders soils earlier in the
It greatly lessens then throwing .out
of gran in winter.
It nllows us to work sooner niter
It keeps off the effects of cold
A•eiLther in the fall—thus extending
the growing season. _
It. hastens the decay of vegetable
It admits fresh quantities of water
from rains, Which - are always more
or less imbued with the fertilizing
gases of the ,atmosphere, to be de=
posited among the absorbent parts
of soil, and gii'en up to the demands
Warm air, containing moisture in
the form of :vapor, having a chance
to circulate through a cooler strata
of soil, necessarily deposits its moist
The throwing outof roots in wintet
is prevented, because there is no
water to freeze and expand.
Use of Lime in .Agrioniture.
The action of limo is two-fold:
first physical, and second, chemical.
As a mechanical agent it opens stiff
clays, rendering them friable, mei- ,
low, and more easily worked; chem
ically, it acts upon the venetable
:natter of the soil and sets free those
of valuable substances which, with
mu the action of this a g ent, must
have remained inert and seless. It
also enters directly into.the composi
t ion of. plants, and in many varieties
forms a large. proportion of the
weight of their inorganic constitn
(las. It neutralizes certain . acids
which are often present in soils, ren
ae ino. them useful for vegetation
instead of being positively in)urioue,
‘viiich they are in their original state.
"le existence of water in the soil,
wever,affects the of action lime very
.asiderably. If the land is wet and
andrained, lime will not . exert the
, alae influence which it would do in
the case of thoroughly drained land.
A greater quantity of limp is neces
sary to produce a given effect -and
thus the neglect of thorough drain
age entails a considerable greater ex
bndititre in liming, thtui would have
een necessary, if the land Was either
naturally or artificially dry.—Cam
emit's Chemidry of Agriculture.
e. A premium of $6O offered by
the Massachusetts Horticultural So
ciety for the best , seedling pear; has
been awarded to the 'variety known
as the Clapp's Favorite, after a tr.aj
of fire years. .
.rfa'. The castor oil manufactured
in . Gonzales, Texas, find shipped-out
of the State, is already establishing
OA company abroad. .
Mir In exporting living plants. the
Japanese wrap the roots in .a mixture
of earth and carrots ground to
se. Always loosen the chock-rein
before giving 'water to a borse.—
Eren if the pail is hell so high that
the rein is not ;drawn tight, the_pp
sition is an unnatural one in which
~.. ~ ~,
E BIE It M )
two MELEE vviria • ' ` `ett imam wrraorr
oaa ILLIUMMIZII7. cauxan or. ochiaddc.
' BROAD OttAOE—DOUBLE TEAM'
CILEVELABDi TOLEDO. DETROIT: MEMO%
MCNAMEE& sr. PAUL. ONAJP4 • -
: • And all points West And NosencfnEl -
, nAsouna. cauxot. viaccup pc
And ail points South ad Southwest.
Nsw AND igraanw COACIDIS Aux ittni WWI=
limo= CIIAM4I3 , 10 ROCRIPUICIN Bunaw, Dra
in". (01.1171.0 M AND CUICIMUTI. ,
thi end after 3loaday. litor'ber 15, 8869. trains will
leer• Warmly at gbirut the tollowirwr boars, iia
453 atm, NIGHT EXPRESI3 Olonilsgsearaideditar
Rochester. Buffalo, *Dunkirk. CleMan.d and Chi
china% connecting with the Lake Shore. Michigan
Southern, and Grand Trunk Ramp at Buffalo,
Dunkirk and (llengand for the West; also at !Okay
....bad with the C. C. C. & Inn. halrway for Indian;
• spoils; and at Cincinnati with the Louisville ghort
Line Railway, and the Ohio k hallway
for the South and Southwest ; also with Maned
. tug lines at principal stations on main Übe. •
3:13 a.m.—NIGHT IMPRESS, daily. for Rochester,
Buffalo. Dunkirk, Cleveland and Cincinnati. mak
ing direct connection with trains of the Grand
Trunk and Lake Shore Railways at Buffalo, Dun.
kirk and Cleveland for all points West. and at Cin
cinnati with the Ohio and Mlasitudppi and Louis
ville Short Line Railways for the Southend South
west ; also with all connecting trains at principal
stations on main line.
OM a.m.—MAIL TRAni. Sundays excepted. for
Buffalo and Durddric.
4:09 p.m.—ELMIRA ACCOMMODATION, Sundays
g:/ , /I,' DAY EIPIIEV. Sundays excepted. for
Rochester. Bulialb, Dunkirk. Cleveland, Cincinnati
-11 and the South. Stops at principal stations and .
• connecting points on main line.
.. New and improves Drawing Room Cosebe• acCom
this train from New Yk to ftMilo and
ing eep Coaches lire attached at or Honachsvi/le, run
ning then' to Cleaveland and Galion without change.
10:93 p.m.—EX. MAIL, Sundays excepted. for Bur
. falo. Dunkirk and Cleveland. connecting with trains
far the West.
A Sleeping Coach is attached to this train running
through to Buffalo. r .
:23 a.m.—WAY FREIGHT. Sundays exeepted.
3:30 p.m .—EMIGRANT TRAIN. daily fat the West.
2:20 a.m.—NIGHT EXPRESS, Sundays excepted,
connecting at, New York with afternoon trains and
Warners for Boston and New England cities.
Sleeping Coaches accompany this train ftwmltaffa.
lo to New York.
3:38 a.m.—CDICINNATI EXPRESS, Mondays ex
cepted. connecting tt Jersey City wifh afternoon
and evening trains of New Jersey Railroad for
Philadelphia. Baltimore. and Wasbnigton: and at
New York with steamers and afternoon Express
trains for New England Cities. Also stops at prin.
cipal stations and connecting points on maid line.
Sleeping Coaches accompany thistraln to Newyork
9:38 a.m.—BINGEIAMTON ACCOMMODATION.
1243 p.m.—DAY EXPRESS, Sundaysexcepted. con
necting at Middletown for Unionville, and at ler
sey City with midnight express train of New Jer
sey Railroad for Philadelphia.
• paw and improved Drawing-Room Coaches accom
ny this train from Buffalo to New York
-12:45 p.m.—ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, daily, con
' necting at Owego for Ithaca.
638 p.m.—N.Y. MAIL. Sundays excepted.
9dle p.m.—LIGHTNING EXPRESS, daily, connect
ing at Paterson for Newark ; at Jesse with
orning Express Train of New Jersey City
M Baltimere and Washington and at New York-with
Morning =press train for Boston and New England
cities. Also stops at all principal stations and con
necting points on main line.
Sleeping Coaches accompany this train through to
5:0I p.m.—WAY 'FREIGHT. Sundays excepted.
BAGGAGE CHECKED =BMW!
lON. A revised and complete ...Pocket Time Table"
of Passenger Trains on the Erie Railway and con=
necting lines. has recently been published, and can
be procured on application to Rae Ticket Agent 'of
L. D. ktUCKER,
S N.Y. CANAL ik R.R. CO.-
ARRANOI.%IM-VT OF PASSENOp TlLkniS,
Leave Towanda at 7:00 a.m.. 4:00 and 6:321 p.m.
Rebutting. leave Waverly at 4:40 a.m.. and 12:43
Leave Towanda 10.30 :a.m.
Arrive Troallumnock 11:53 •"
•• Pittston 1:15 p.m
Wilkes-Barre 1:45 ••
" linnet/ Chunk. 4:20 "
Allentown 5:45 ••
•• Bethlehem 6:00 •'
" Easton 0:30...
" Philadelphia 8:33
New York. 0:35
• Dine at Pittston.
Lease New Nark
•• Easton. ....
White Eleven .
Passengers for Harrisburg and .Pittsburg will
change cars at Allentown. have time for supper and
take the Through Fast Express, with sleeping cars
attached, at 8:10 mune evening.
301L'i P. COX.
DIARIES FOR 1870
PAPER it ENVELOPES
Pow, Music, STATIONaI Aav
Toyamala, Nov. 19.1868.
THE NEW AND ISEPROVED
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
Were awarded the }lre! Prthe et the Paris Expolitlon
leo, over 89 other Martdnee.
Also, the following State Fairs of 1853 hays award
ed this Machine the Scat preurldin
New York, Ohio. Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Hew
Hampshire, Teimont. 'Wisconsin. and Indiana.
At the County Fairs of Madison. Onondaga, Oswe
go, Wayne, Orleans, Tompkins. Seneca. Monroe, Her
kimer, Schuyler. Livingston. and a host of Misers.
Report of the Committee on Sewing Machines, at
the State Fair held in Rochester, fall of INS : "Your
Committee have examined the different Sewing Ma
chines, to which' their attention was called, and would
recommend as the best Family Machine for all work,
Eiu Hawes •nngg Machine, and for ithe following
reasons : Ist lidty of construction. 2d—Reg
tdaritzr of tension on both upper and Bram threads.
3d—Ease of management ith—Oreat range of work
upon all materials. sth—The perfect attachments to
the Machine for felling, he=thg. tacking, brit/dint
quilting, binding and cording. and the ease with whic
they are applied. 6th—The durability of the Ma
chine, It being made of hardened steel: and adjusted
in its bearings. We recommend a medal."
New style Hemmer. Braider. Tacker, thither. Cord
er. Embroiderer, Binder. Fear and Improved Tuck
It will use any and every kind of thread. from the
finest to the coarsest, with a much smaller needle
than other machines. Be sere and examine one be
thre you purchase. Pricorrom s6oto $2OO, and every
eiachine, warranted. The rest value of our Manatee.
Miring Machines for Won. Boot, Shoe. Manus* and
' Carriage 'Maker*, is too well known to require 'com
ment. Don't fill t 0 call and see them.
SHEPARD lc TERNECE. General Agents,'
20 Lake Street, Elmira. N.Y.
For male by CODDHCII, meant k CO., General
Amnia. Towanda. Ps
I have received a large and full assixtmeut of
METALLED, or the Dried Flowers of Everlasting.
of a most beautiful variety of colon. I am now
prepared to furnish. for puttee, weddings, or funer
al occsaions, on short notice. Wreatha. - Crossee.
Anchors, hand end basket Baguets.. Also the sane
with naturatflowem. I have also a few imported
Wreaths or Crowns, formed of Immortal:es.
Ne. I. nine inches in diameter. - - El SO
Ito. 2. ten •• " - - - 200
All orders will receive prompt attention. and prices
Itev. 15. 1069. HARRY UM
PREPARE FOR WINTER
DE PAPERING YOUR ROOMS I
FO MINED OY MY MG OLD NEW SPAYERS ANY
Ban money bJ Milian your 01 paper . " and 'buying
soma of that botating
lle jmet mamba down Ws enure atoeleadd Is
prepindto sea Wall Paper .of every desariptioa.
ZS *di dosigoar ,
it hip, Met biota offered tok thb
=RIM Wan?. dee.2.111.58.
WM. It. DARR.
Gael Pass'r Afft
Commencing Sept. 13,180
TuLC uomu Fount WILL
Dine at What Ham.
Book( . aad statceery%
F T .7 11 5 1 7M.
WALL PAPER, OP P. S. CALILLIS.
y i:~ =iTl9fißilt±.
itgL- i lOptkiiip,O , EBY
. . .
• - or, _
I 3 NA= Omer.
The teul e ' i gP ed .:!T e(m g a P x Y
the sttaees 'which lui,s ficut
ed their new enterprise, desire to make .
.aoknOwledgraent for the. Cep , liberld
paircame they have . received; by iv.
ing their customers the advantage of
their years' experience, together with
the benefit of their greatiy tuereised
They keep constantly on hand a
very large and complete
of everytlibig":in- their line andar6.
daily receiving such ntiditionn to their
stock as the wants of their trade p?r•
They have now in store, Outpir, , , Sy7
Molasses, cOffee, Rice, Tobacco,'
Fish, Salt, Cheese, Fruits, Cracker%
Candy, Matches, 'Droops, Wrapping
Paper and Twine, Flour Sacks, Seeds,
and a great variety of other gads;
which have been recently bought, at
he lowest point • in the inarket,:and
are offered at wholesale, at rates , to
They desire to call especial atten
tion to their large stock of Fine Teas,
Which they are selling at New Tiirk
Jobbing prices,—guaranteeing the
quality in all eases.
Have also on lumd a good assort
ment of Flour, Pork, and Kerosene
They still continue to have• the ben
efit of a resident Partner in New
York, who is constantly in the mar
ket, and prepared to turn to otir ad
vantage any favorable changes in the
price of goods
FOX. STEVE 8. MESCIM 4 CO
May 12, 1848.
pATTF,RSON & 'KIDNEY,
(Snaxssors to TitOm.ts J. Jinizs)
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
WO. 3, 'PATTON'S BLOCK.
Itsting purchased the entire stock at
of T. J. JONES, and having added largely theretoby
recent purahases, they take pleasure in announcing
to the public that they are prepared to sell anything
and everything in the
OROCRRY .11SPI PROVISION LLSI3,
WOODEN AD WILLOW WARE,
STONE WARE, .tc., 4Sr.c.
.11a cheap as the cheapest. We pueeentee perfect tate
iefactloii to all who may favor oa with a all—
CASH PAID FOR 001INTIIT'PRODItE,
March 10. 180—tf.
GROCERY AND I PROVISION STORE.
r•T r I
A new mid complete stock of
GROCERIES AND PRO'hSIONS,
Which till be sold at the latrest pralaible prices.
FRUIT OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
MODERN STONE WARE,
FLOUR, FFED, 11V, A T 4 , GRAM
Ming on your riodneo, which we pay cub for
A constant supply of Ashton tlal4 all sized Churns,
Butter Firkins, Tubs, kc.
Flew call and Wok thiouet our stocks and .ll
do our best to please youiW. A. ItOCEWII* :
To rank, April 'A ISM , _
TIRE MOST CONVENIENT
place in tarn to get a
GOOD .10 -EL II
Is at the
o doors south of the "istloaal Bank.
,G. JILYOBD hating purcharoltb* Wore wet
known estatillahment, to now prepay to tr ai t von
aA who :turf favor him with a
. He also keep' a full apply of
Aid 4 it? I,!l•l4:eciut - ,igiebco.
,FRVITS' Or ALI
tikuusiat c. B. PATCH% .
riTILDARM ; • iIiASWNO
• ; - I
:7viimioel4. - PA.
It - • 6 Eli I ES.'
tlfst I co! aef aSulrvt #gareivaa an bv.piaetiwi
decilitre: •I at"' oiler t o Pia
MS, COMES,' SUGARt3,
'EITAitCII, mupwrus, emote. ke.
Ik ee P ee k etanti r oa 11! * 1 4.0 1 =11 0 / 1 41 4 . 1.
art ktnai of ?xsa Woidd can tb• attention a the
public to.our Can't Bs U:,O
Mae all aid szi . 4 ..ti;et of
Large madam& of YAM= NOTUNIS. TO/UIT
824111 ; wiiitia.T the idemialibprie•iol
Pannetti, *TO 111 II nal I . )efare selling elierlisen.
An persons indebted to the late firm min &An
and make Immediate payment
Towanda, Mara. 12. 1867.
Feed and Wrtd,
Wo would call 'pedal atienp:ol to me dock of
FLOUR, SUGAR, TEA & COFFEE,
Oa li. Mkley asearon
and T Pearl Daisy
miny. 's, 's. ord's
Family Maps. Pleimsars, Tab:maga . ..
and Royal Baking Powder.
Farina. 'Hops: -
- • The Gem" Fruit
Baker's Chocolato, Cocoa and Drama.
Titres " Cream. Lemon and Rates' ends Crackers.
• Grant's " Wafer, Mdk. Pastan; Egg and Butter
RECEIVING NEW GROCERIES
• - • . "I) AILY!
fiplendhl Aserirtment! Wholesale and Retail!
Fresh andline quality of °mandates embalm:m.lbl
PRICES_ RANGE JAW _ FOR
Tire imumr .
"NATIONAL FIRE WORKS ! •
Wholeiale . ad '
Country Merchants will do well Waal. Pompeian .
shall be, •!with the namable," satiefectosp. _
bAL.T.i AND SEE us:
CASH PAID - Witt COUNTRY' PI/ODHCH.
Goods shown with &aware: We shall pay strict
attention to an pats of one trades a
wIior.F.SALE AND RETAIL.
Accept oar thanks forpast favors.
• Tcrwsnds,Zune 14,10&1.
L OOK MERE!
It S. In"NEY
2;?; • :4'
Sinn manna birgii4Ockst,t,'
STOCK OF TOBACCO,
WOODEN :WARE. '
C. R PATCH.
C. B. PATCH.
11:011a....igAt,f/.110.110.151104.,.3, 1 4t1
Dealers In AD Made of
WOOD, WILLOW and STONE
Which we WARRANT to give Wittig:Lon In
CASH pazd for desirable Coitnlry
G. L. KCB.
FLONO & . 4 4 4
;TOiralida, June 23.1111 EL
COWELL & MYER,
At the old stand .of liaaaatatz k Cows's, are nos
receiving a large and well selected stock of
Which they offer to ash buyers at tirtoes that defy
Otab add tor all lints Farmers' froths*.
Tea and Cade.
G L °RIOTS. NEWS
TEAS. GIVEN AWAY
GREAT AMERICAN TEA STORE
Omens and Overehirts. Linen and Pape Collars,
Linen. Oesimers,and Flannel Shhia. Reck Ties, Sus.
010Vell. CAMS, Leather Bags, Spring Style
=I W AI and Straw Rats. An Orst-class. Remem
ber that goodltionds are damper at a- Olt _ price than
pear goo& at any price. Oth and examine my goods
beksubuying. One door south of Aspinwall's Bard
AMERICAN FLAG! Tolratida;NoviS. 180 . it• W.-/CDZIL
'No. 1 Clairma ac Emig:ors Nsw Bum.
At the idgn of the
Milll'i :1 4 ki *VI 11:3
Samples of Tees once !WU mum% tv gad*,
the people that this is the place to wee =my. -
PRICES LOW AS THE GREAT AMERICAN TR&
COMPANY OP NEW YORE. .
Pratt' Ground Cogife reoetnii danyfrataNtiti r Tatit.
ca.: to order. Also 'whole OM% griveaamd
all styles, Thole and ground epees, Mod
halts. to., at aqoalli low prima.
The subscriber beg, hene tangos his thanks for
the Teri liberal pet:renege Intended to kW , slats fa
the Grocery badness In this piece. 'and
solicits a trill In his new entenniaa .
veill be (=ducted ft:kerma the
CASH SYSTEM 1
So y •
as limit° egy extra pricis to nuke dp
!or the Imes of a cred: Witness. . .
If YOU awl rpm them' to , ley< for , s
trig ett.onece snit pq tot 111'1'444,3=
yeti will be worthy to Ina en der the . • "
Ameriian Tin Store!
•And b your Goo& the* Har Rannanber
-Red. White and mos Store. unrßiost,litidpdneet.'
My 1.19 W. BLUIDIALL kIUIPOZWAV
wade.. aS selasisaaltaamt rate. al , •
U 69. a 8 PANES.
jytIED PETITS -OP KINDS
-- - - •;-'4,
-4-1' 1-;4l' 4
'-' :- '' ' l '; ' '' 1 i:.'•.:,2--.. ::. :. ,!!. 1-71>V:.:.
, ;.,fic.i ;• 011'':'•'1 C.•-f 3; '-:,t411C., '
..y't .7," ;.,,.. ...4 ',-: I
'•:, 1144,13 TA P
".• :11 , :421"
Militia a taildosaltb O'Mara:a - lie, Raiifalty;
Pla 13141 /Mg in " M . 1417°40 VP/
'Woo nil* Moor oint oidobliodmoot. WO It' Ist.,
*ado ottootitit to UAW. iltoo" ood • •
ciffuth.ENs' CLOT m 4
Aid shines tun • gbo4 umwtixmd.
Qom':_ arthlig AND
r ames eau to "too *atm
Berit-Stac — kOf path.-00._?-0i-i)-8::
Kept witids Cowsandjacilt;ild irovelit
112 tin at ttatlrard Name amt.* Ttairs4o._
1111114.1"1 alem2a Nllta i r i VAN —43 3thritElM iake 11
la arosd•st. waver,, 2r.Y.
I . 'etr. 1/10
U Jve want to bu 7 and Wiuter
Cl 4 -OTHniq,
aad at natant of
LOW PRICES ?
ROSENBMIG & WOlYn3,
at the Clathing Regu'stoic
133 Main St., Patton's Bkxk.
Towanda, Nov. 17;1869.-4
F. P• c•
Pine are the Garments road, for fall. pure
In the splendid roams of the popular One Price
Newest and allotted. rich and rare;
'Elegant Clothing for men and bon' wear. .
Pall in. gentleelea. fail in W.
After the clothes at the popoLr One Price niece,
Look end scull find no elothes at 111 Mere
Like the sp raid Clothing at the popular One Price
Clothing in rum all masted down
LoWeithal aarrhore else in town . ; •
Overcoat", both fur begs and soon.
T , cone and you'll COMO "gala
Mini 6 g. ter the people pugh -
Into our doors with a berry rush;
'Sobby end ski are the garments all. •
Great is the Root et the popul a r One piyx *km
- VONTIICUAL BECEPITOBII : ,
mar% AND Toarmrct.orinito;
GLOVES AND MITTEN&
FINE DRESS -SHIRTS,
my stoat is complete, Ems? lot marked in phis
Aguas. and no deviation, ill treated " Evil
hindtgmatafted tam oat as tepresested.' •
kiok ato mgoals sad Woes. asse Mims
el and .ttoes. • •-• . • ,
, w suonzisj so ammo 1 SO 143111SEIG !
111 tlao popolarbso Price fitOro of
ALEx. sotorioN, •
1 ' _ , 123 Kaki Mind. ,
Opposite Coddlatg. Unwell t Cos.
Towanda. Nov. 22. 1809. - •
' The histiost crab pH" paid for Wool, Wider,
NEW ! AND , SUMMER
It. W. E DD Y,
Would announce to this cilium of Towanda, ant the
public generally, that he has in store end daily re
ceiving new and
, FRESH GOODS,
In his line. suitable to the. wants ottbe people. which
he will sell foe Currency at farmer
Oona Wing ea anal of good, endl and reliable made
121° Shoddy of m 7 kind) towd4lag of
BIUSINV3B . SUITS,
caitts ; VESTS Ems,
DRESS COATS, PANTS & VESTS,
THE TEMPLE OF 'Ey;RION
itrw non az NEW GOODS!
An entire new *eh of Cleating. bought as cheep se
before the war. to be soli with • " - -
- The mderd would respeoffeny anneunoe.to
the citizens of Toenil sod vicinity that be Is !Mr
reedy to offer them Ctothitig, such as ' • ,
FINE BEAVER OVERCOATS,
Finn Dazas Asa 13manes-Stais,
et very low byname. will be sold with vwy" smart yea
the. I Intend te _DLL i4ertmastat issde to elite
place. sad to order*, On the coanderwe or puclui.
sere. sa deal wit wbe of z _ . •• - ;•-••- '
HONFSLT AND INTEGltirtr
Awl all good' vGI tis,sanalited4Or vissilhey
.represesdiedio gale siggonsmi.eadocevisce
pausal!. Doe'S biW tie p.m Temple at
87eett ": - It. ;MOBS.
Tirniaill. • - •
ITIEM illoi7 rIATIT4ARS IN USE
. , - • • IfirZATIS 411acir.-
MITE .4)E M:, FRUIT , JABS,,. :
A. tidbits*. viiiidelge sad retarl.
idyl: 31011 BE t mit
Go atonce to
EATS AND CAPS,
Pi'MVI!!F I TII o rMMI
F..:. :i ,
sass saw Ars.
- - . .
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- 71 - 577 ~. ,e, • ~7= 1.1 11 71"vit,
iows-fpo4thesitio . aikin:attitoiEpoeirai-
war r egui' v•rd°o4,ll4l-4..) •''''t - '''
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Nern'tei ' Youthato 670th, 19`,"
taus. at ,4
3HE.-AtM'''& - ' - 'o.iii:' S'-
',Simi aline INAut ; • '
• . ,cL , orils , „riestuFao,2sll,l4llllNGS, 110.4 ;
.Al 2 °odds wattothil as call and es=
atittestem stock before . .11eittestiber the
Awe N Itahtettert. ane do et Chembortin's
Jeerehy Store. •
'must' Tams , • :sum c. oohs.
3 b.Pn4 1,16 . Dec. 1869 . . ' •
GEORGE V. ltiER;
TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE,
One door 'oath of the Rait- National Bank, is now
Riling everything in his line. wholesale and retail
'He keeps constantly on hank, a iomplete atOra of
• ' llp .1 6 G: TOBACCO
Pal up ite all ifylcs.' The *at qualities of
BItOWK. BLACK.-: AND SCOTCH META,
The meet ciieimud brands of
FANCY SMOKING TOBACCO,
TOILICCA;IBOXES and. PQUCEI,
eras en ze
And all goods usually kept in g llrst•dass
Dealers wind° re.lt to oil ana exami ne 1#81::
#l4 well selected dock."'
vrafTauas. Apra 29, ISM
JULES H 1 LENIN,
Duo aooe mirth of
itptetl WAY NEW BLOCK,' row,Evim; PA
:illusion received from Nest York a new assortment
SWISS WA fC'HES,
of all description. Also a selected assortment. of
GOLD _CHAINS, ME GOLD
J, :E1 W
CLOCKS OF- ALL STILES 'WU TUE CHEAP-
En TO TUE BEST.
GOLD, SILVER AND STEEL SPECTACLES AND
C7;431:4‘1315ES to ft all csios of Impaired sight:
NEW PATENT 4 - CCOMOD n ATING SPECTACLES.
By this patent I am en4 bled
e to exchange Masses at
any time without extra barge. Cali and see. ,
CLOCKS, WATCHKK AND JEWELRY IMPAIRED
Towanda, Dee, le. 1136
NEW HARDWARE. AND STOVE
STOIIX AND TIN 8110? AT wyeurantos
R. F. SULZER, .
8.. Just received a hal supply of
COAL AND WOOD COOKING STOVES. ORAL AND
WOOD WIDMIDG nova, IMSTAireD OVUI,
BASE BEMBEEI3,&e.. HORSE SHOES, NAIL BODE,
scissz snoz num, nosatltuta, co;tx loarr).4
e tc.AppL All alum of MAU and Howe
• • REPAIRING AND J9IIDING OF ALL KINDS
of the roost appeared styles, dace at shat notta.
All hinds of Cutlery. Belmont. Balms. Carpenters,
Bleat:with'. and Wagon Makers' Tools. Glass,
Mottle. Swope, /se. thre we - a call. I win sal as
cheap as the cheapest. •.
Wialtudng, Nov. 3. - B. F. SULZER. -
TOWANDA MEAT MA RITET
orsrith, cf. Ams,
Ttie eabectlbere will keep coeetintl7 on hand*
tell stock of
(hammy Flan AIID CLOW
it w. .
ho sad ratan where an ince' era be
plied st reseoaside zeta. Alga skid stack of Meats
cenalitteg - 4
~ i our: WIT . ,
116LOGRA:"TALLOW. LAB% ke.
Market Arst ann ion& etWard
IL V'EXErE, BON k CO.'S
B'4 - .E. , .i:)T i
AND pn1)E.2 . 0 THE
FLOWER AND MiABIX
ua 4oauary. awry um: Cat
=new sagl valble work, tfte of charge. should
IL 1:11EME 8011 C
wager ILVVVorie. webegiter ~ N. Y. 0..
Oct» 11. 11100.--4un 1
.'~.- _ .-
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-: 1 •
‘, - , iv , _,....,„.. t..,,.,ft„,.,
AR HALL_BROTHERS &. CO.
WWI ta. oat the lateution at taii :vita° :so eat
, 'Mem; e aseeetweeter.
• ' . , Putty' Venable*. and.Patuf: •
01811 - binds, which : WM be sob* t r. be.l4r4,l4,Citeb
prb:e. ,Abp3; a flue lexertteit4,os:,
••• - EEL! , OsAltik A t , 41 4 3 ' •
Cd " e a Ar ia a P 4 P itteAll O t t M O lb.- P I
Lamps repaired and clianitoill fainnfalf and•riddfo
Pasticular attention paid toWe - nuannaminng of
13 !"" 1 ' •
mend rainniras *7li:in= To..
We Lase on bandiallaio article of:.
6LA84,.. - 8111f/V,Jitli,
WNi, improved radfloaling
- ,ILF2llll7lClifi fiEnliWG CILIfFi •
"Ridable one of tho neat cans need:
-Jana 20. 1M&
G6'll'Cl S. N.• BRONSON'S , FOR
HUBBARD Atp WING MAPHIXES,
None hettei, and pads ter the same, au inmortsed
SASH, DOORS AND-BLINDS
No betbw Today
can be found, end at Floes attain.
• STOVES, -
IRON AND .lIARDWARE,
As low as the Ude af the market, to., ke, at
June 24. 126:1—jy1 '
LOOK • HERE!
' There ti Ow on eildbitiou . stthe
Mammoth Furniture Store,
B - 7.7 N I.'''. TT. P.,
To be found is Northern Pennsylvania, which is be
ing mold at
GREATLY ENDUCED PRICES! "
stock consists in part of Parlor, Lib . Din
ing-room and Chamber seta. Parlor,. Library;
akin. Dining and. *lice Piedra , Chaim „Itodaleada
Bureaus. Washstands, Saha, Lounges; Teta•a-tetes.
MA-Nob. Cradles. - 'Le. • line of
11 sttrasses mad • liedilusg.•Pier. Manna and :Common
"Stemma peat and Bustle Prunes and Brackets, &c..
In, .the:: .Furniture:;:Lisle 1
Which must be leen to be virreciated, and:tick tvil
Than the eautequa4tit tit goods canhe puralissed else!.
when. - • -
Thankful to the Wine for their pastMxual patron-
age, and determined-40 writ sh continuance of the
seine by offering inducements not to be found else
where; .I Invite them td eisll -and enteniteeany goods
Ind prime before purchasing alsewhere,lio'cliarge
for showing goods, and I -. •
IYILL -. /V0 7 7 " - ilk - -UNDERSOLD!
COUNTRY RYtT Vint supplied oatmeal at the Sw
eet Market prices. -
I Illsolztp •Itand:a largo assortment of ready.
Made Codlns, from the most common to the
Rosewood. Also Blend Robes, Crepes, kc.,sid tam
the solo agent lultredlord county tor *Thaler 4. liWir
5E1446 OAT, BELOW . COST.!
••.• . . • •
A wonderful opportunity - all whO whit to •
1 7 . 1 ,ritCHASg u ItisTrITRE CHEAP
• • tf. T. It.e."KEll. ;
• . .
wilt from this data sell all Lie grals t eouslalbagot
! . MIRRORS,
, • &C. &C.,
SFr The store a • present ocimpled bir me is for
rent or sato. It is one o 1 the best business stands
Towanda. July 21. 1889. FL T. DECHEIt..
BRAN. BE # ' #
\ I : litit ,. 4.
r ..• ,• •_ ' .
144.7 1 . Y 1
IN TOWANDA. PL.
the largeit find beet stock of
L GOY E ,•P:RI C S !
ire'r&uoinmx&i. - c&sEs, cams, &e.
A good HEARSE adwoys in readirke as uteri Ll:qui:ed.
Toiraada, thic..•l9;lBdB. ' JAMP..B O. FROST.
FIIR/IRE WAR -BOOMS
JAS MAKI/030N announces tothepubile that
he still continues to manufacture and Amp eu hand
• large assortment of
Bureina, Tables, 13editeade Stands, Chairs. to.; of
every description, which are made of the beat mete.
!tat and in the most workmanlike manner.'
I Invite the Inspection of the public to my wodk,
which shall not be aurpowedM durabilitiatunyabop
in thecountry. and my prices will be foetid to be 'air
low Bailie times will admit - " ; • .
Readganwle Catlin, constantly on hand or =Mato
order. A good Hearse will be furnished when desired.
Aug. 16. 11363.
ROOK-BINDiIIY.-THE PUB . -
lie Is napectllo7 infofinal that the Book-Bin
, where ßuilding. will be done
110011..%.81Y1D1N . 01
In all its Carious branches. tea terms as reasonable :le
••the times" will allow. Tho Bindery will be ender
11. C. wItITAILEB,
erperieiced Binder, and altwork will be promaptiy
done in a style and wanner which canna be excelled.
Music. Magatitiea, NewapaOld Decant. c., bound
in away variety of style. attentoa will be
paid to the Ballag and Binding xa' • .
To any dealred patent. 'Mob in ,quality a d aura.
bility will be warranted.
All work will be ready restates,' when promise&
The patronage 01. the public s=ated, ma per
fect Landsat= guarantee& •
'AURA 2. 18MC—tf.
.. .41s1D pEtkilEG'Roo3ll
. . . _
Phut tiloCk north of Wand Honer;
BREAD PIES, CAKE,:Sc.;
baked daily and sold at wtuumaleandreinil. - We nee
the beat materUda and oar work - is always neatly
done.. Dealers are, invited to examine our wholesale
prices. PARTIES. 'PIC TICS, Ate. supplied styes.
seeable rates on notice. Di our • -
we offer superior tuducrunents to all who want either
a lunch or a good meal. Ladies eau step in and.
quietly enjoy a cup of Tea, trodisturbed by noise or.
imwdyhort. • Mollsat ail hours of the day or everiag.
OYSTERS on band during their season and served
"out by the dish or sold In quantities to salt. Of
CONFECTIONERY we keep an aseortment equal to
soy in thla ' part the State, and sell at wholesale,
or mall; _
Also a general isitorknent of CI ~ ../INIERIES. Prices
=low as this lowest.,
Towanda. fieL 26. 19.
ME !lia/ME . Mini!!!
ThiCondersignol hereby atutottmes to the publis.
_keeps Mutating:, on baud at hiS KILN in
BROWNTOWN Pm., tr full supply of fresh burned
Mt YORK L IME, which he will sett as eheap ma' it
orate bbught atany poled along the Cared._ - :
' 1859.4 L. - DAVID vaatrs.-
'. l ' k ',', - • """ i R iL-falt
-: *.41 64 5'V0R11 91014
~,,,:, ,;-.:,::-, AT TO .-- ' •
00" ' tiLfli . ./141T0 ' In ( 0/1E; '
i'.. , • - -- ,, ".!:';.."• , '"Ti.' ' '-'- - '' '
Ournselltititled BReet4 Toirada; ' -40
$M Caimatirioldoitto his 104; • tat sad
onsplete asiortniiht, •Ithtfbig
used is = aft itatiltsen vs , ;
; :satast amberiss Maly =Oda( the Atts tor 1
tot Aingtialit ensiled with poruimel. Awl
‘213.1.°1=7141, iSW.A 4 W,b4#11110,0,
- MEDlmarso f CumitcAlm;
BENZINE -AND TURPE NTINE,
ihit :M AY - s . 4 ! re -' •
ittn'M - ,
REROBENE OR : C°_ ll " 014
• Alcohol andlnindne Midi, •
Spann, Lar4. Wi1411441.A4,7°°t',
TANNER'S - AND MACHINE OILS,
"wet eaAtoileE tetlefes ilittitis4atirly. •
SPON0121; Suitt*, S&P?, :0:6138, •
POCKET BOOKS, P.OItT MON.AIS,
' — tte.ttit RiZtl . lll,
SKIN %OD HAIR PREFAItATIONK,
mu.. WI1( Arm :LIQUORS,
Ttiziicco, SNurv; Pjrz s,.
Barden, Field and ;Plower Seeds, Trusses. &IP.
porters, Mavens:ohm. Elhoulder Brame, Breast
Pumps, Teething Rings. ' , Nursing Bottles,
. Nipples. Nipple Shells and Shields, Syringes,
Ned Pans, Self-Sealing Fruit Jim, Thee- • "
• mountera, Flavoring Extracts, Stone
',Rum, Glass ware, Bottles, JUL, Corks. Bath
Brkk, and Stove Bladiing. - Slak Tackle, Am
munition, Sc., Botanic, Brio:tic and Etcrostepath
ir Medicines, and all the popular Patent
•. - •
31 ED I C
An articles warranted as reprosanhodi Paramus at
a distance on receive their oedema Lbratne or mall,
which will rewire prompt and cazwlul attention.
Medical advice given grataktonalp at the other:,
charging only.for medicin :
Aar Thankful far paid.liberal paironinhe.*Ould tea.
"tinily announce to his Lriecib and the pubile—thst
no pains shall be spared to satiety, atidnaeritthecurs.
tinuation of their confidence asid patronage. •
zirOpen Sundays for prescriptions trans 9' to'lo
a.m., and 12m, to I. and 5 to p.m. . -
Jan. 1,1869—yr, H. C. PORTER, M.D. •
a. BEAT.BA'R ' GAINS IN
BOOTS az SHOES
BOOT , AND SHOE STORE
The underalened sic recieving a large and well se
'acted anlck of - • • •
BOOTS 4 1 - ND SHOES
SU3IIIES AND FALL TRADE,
Mali vce o&r.low for CAech. Opustoting of
AND CHILDREN'S WE2‘X.
SEWED AND' PEGGED BOOTS
R.EPAIPING ATEATLT Do-NE
stri BEADY VUEN PROXIMH
Thiaktal re: rat taTors; solldt a COntiUUSZICe
of tbs same. . -
sisnao. isounicua: Grum= n ;minx
Towanda. Apell R 1889.- -
'ILSTFACTIIRES Ht IS, SPOKES,
HEAVY AND LIGHT WAGONS,
• GESTRIL "Wori)
WOOD TIIIINTNG IN i. 4, 71.4..8nANc1i0
SCUOLL 13AWING, I•LINING, ETC., ETC.
HUBS, SPOKES: BENT STUFF,
LARGE STOCK FROST WHIM( TO SELECT
RECOND GROWTH HICEOU &ND OAK,
lAOHT AND HEAVY WAGON'S ON HAND..
We have the Broad a;naNarrow Gtutge
8i..,00n & co.,
BUM continue to mannhicturo their celebrated •
HORSE POWERS 8;' CLEANERS;
and will sell a better.. machine, for less money than
can be had elsewhere in thi world. We' claini for
our machines that they wiif do as much, or more,
than any caner. and aro niSro durably built Wo
personally superintend our wort and see that It ls
well down. We will send -
of our suachluey un. arillur!Lob.'
CONE AND TWO HORSE POWERS,-'
Oat if rico Worse THRESHER SEPI'RATorzs.
CU.* . L.A.B •YD MUM WS 29114
DAV AND GRIST MIL lri:ork done to order
Olio us a calliisfaro purchasing elsiailere
'A "00 •austmayuct t'sx7T,TAr
NEIL. PLANIGF MILL
The tirukralened Itaring . MOlt a large and. commo-.
'dloue Mill in the Bmough of Towanda, and filed it
moat moderii anti uzirkused machircry, for
the manufacture of . ~ . . . .
I *WINDOW SISII .I"ND BLINDS.=
Ara pripsred to Gil orders: whether , largo or.
upon the shortest notice,. . We' tiara also n'larne
riety.of SIOULDD:6B, of the - latest ityie-ard Pattern.
which we can furnish mn. b dies r than they c;npe
worked by band. • .
1.141.111ita, • ' . .
ortoovlNG. 1 • .
• • - SAAVEC O.
-And all other *irk pettainingto; nary. wAtbe, done
to snit our customers: ' •, • •
rerions Mudding . sand not livlue morn than twelve
to fourteen mllea disbud. will dud It lary for their
tutera4 to buy of us,- or bring their lumber and have
it - *Toted by , machine-TY. • Bring your grist of
Flooring. or other lumber, and while your team la
feeding, bate it ground out and take It home . : •
w.scurr Y CD
per• . • -- -
We wnl pap-CAUL for A'a"D•
LUMBER &limed at our 14mber.yard.; Ccatte and
Opus, or if pact caul calae.lalt&
- Towanda. Tel Inf. • VODOERS L CO,
Tworit 'two, -!.
For Medicinal nek
Boots and, Shoos.
!Sidi and of Wird Howse. --
MADE TO 011 PEE
701VANDI, PENN'II., -
To pcalors in
We Bier a
The above art - from the best
*S .:MILL PICKS m* and dreslied.
IL. C. 311:11CUR, President.
Ton4nt.4, Jtai 2,1868
D=ULM - TVE CATALOGUES
TBRESIIER and t'LLiNEILS,
• Irr i t i M a y • ,
ilkneurMarFcat Imariusce coup y. -
, ~•;.-, • . iWord...Coss.
this. rutzlsrsvii.alat Onetimy,
itutrei Vizis laukcaLscr. C( 1111 x,
Elyspanzu?.Eces Astir Sikatne•lasmsixes Co.,
1.4.341 . 0nia rum Ipscij z co., • • -
NEyr Yu= Lnr - F,..lisicrukircz £OYI•xy.
POLIO= written and UMW adirtaind and rein I.
Once Instrakbtock belivw Waid Masuis, op stain. C
T. B. CAMP. ARIL
tat . 5, MO
En,TIFEaD VCIDEti TAL
.• . ',.CAPITAL SEPEZIEEKTED, OT IM
Bfiri,NTREN .11144.105 r.. DOLLARS
. . . .
. , ' C. S. RUSSELL, Agent '
For the foßwingoarned Relict* Csaapixia :':
Outazip Flax • !Lama Issraascs Co., I
- Pkilosidpkia. I 1
• ciptud and surOus over • • 1t550,060
Bo xr. suzuccs cosay.u. -
:ye. York. }
Capital and inarphis over
Irsraisce Co. or NORM . AVAMC*.
Phi* . eipAia.
Critgirl and itirplus over - 111,7C0.04
Mt...guru:l I:cacmucce CoutAn%
New lark. j • "
Cap:tal and ELF':lna over - f 500,1,11.1
- EXTI:AritiNE NEVILANCI COXPASti. ... i
. - Philadelpga. i
Capind and surphwe pier $350,a ,x
Au - 7'cm_ Isicuasc F.. pomway,
• New reek. j
' Capital and surplus over
TCTNA-51 Issousser. Cosers.sr,
Lterfford, Ckmir. 1 '
Capital and 'surplus over - $704.06
31crvis. Lint luantescr, COMPANY,
Earl.. J. g,
Capital and stirplas titer
Tnavnuatee Is - artuocci. COMPANY,
Hartford, Cond. I
Capital and surplus over
* Max taken on ali kiaife of J'esperty, 14 as lu s rani
as by any other. reliable Companies.
/Wei - Policies Weed and Losses. It any, adjusted at
MB Agency. thereby saving the trouble and espetoe
of going elsewhere for settlement.
Office at the Hardware Store of Codding.
sell d: Co. C. S. RUSSELL
. Towanda. Feb.-7, 1856—tf.
NATIONAL LIFE - LCSURANCE
CO. OF U.5..1
CASII CAP/TAL. $1.000,0W-P.5.111 TS. =ILL-
Cbartgred by Congtens, 196 K:
CLAILMiCE CURE. President ;
JAY iXKIKE. Chairman Finance and Et. Cnni
SYSSY D. COOKE, Vice President ;
EMERSON NV. PELT, Secretary and Actuary.
The eilimutages of the National Lae laanrancr Co
I. It is a Itatimil Company, clattered by Corirma ; •
2. It has a paid up capital of One Million Dell as ;
3. It 10* rates of premiums ;
4.- It fArnishis larger insurance than other Con
panies, for the same money ;
5. It is deffulto and certain ;
A. There Is no possihility of misrepresentation by
agents,:nr misunderstanding by policy-holders;
7. The polices are ptsincontracts. so much mrl.4.
ranee fur so much money ;
8. AU - policies are non-forfeiting
P. pepolicaes are exempt front attachment.
E. W. CLARK k CO.. Banters, Phliadelrbia
B. ,S. RUSSELL, Xer.n.ves.
'N. C. ELEBREE'd) A.. 0.12.0;05;
irj„..Agents for Tcontrala atrltrviebillT
Jan. 9, 1869:
CONNECTICUT . .31U7VA1.,
INSL:BA!..TCE . •
OF lIABTFORDI CONT.'
' Numsnrixo meat vr_v 50,000
- ASSETS (June 1, 184./) over 125.000,tY10.
Surplus over 11.000,000.
CIEEMENT DIVIDEND ntoal 40 TO 70 CENT.
Total Claims by Death paid to date, over 16,000.000
tOT.II. DITRE.Nos PAID TO DATE, OTTX 26.000,006.
AI-it:RELY -1.11.7 CAL i;fOJIPANI.
1111 ite surplus h equitibly divided, swell; the Po:-
icy holders in
ANNUAL DIVID E NDS, •
Ich may be applied fn rede.ettou of Premtmcs, dr .
may be accumulated at Intereet for the beneflt of the
Aeon:m..l. or may be remivcd by them to ash.
Paitt-try POUCie.I aro grinte:l otter two sir Iron.
years' Prenattna have bean paid, thus tali!
ALL POLICIES' "NO.\--FORFEITINt;
It issues Pelicks upon all
DESIRABLE PLANS or I:cm:luso;
Andlrni adopted in its nnliclngs several
01:101NAL WITH MS COMPANY A.ND
13) BY NO OTWER-
Towanda. Fa.. July 22. IStlJ—t!
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
JOILI W. XIX. Agent, TowAitiA, Y.,..
TOE SUE TELLOOTTO EYE +••'LE CCOSTENIEIi
11011 E Ishra.uicx COMPANY.
Nria Haven, Coin.
..$l.C'22 971 1r,..1
tons AMERICAN FIRE, 1 •
no rork. j '
. 1L713 843 17
Policing' written and Lams adjusted at this AreacT•
Fain property riska taken Ot the lowni.t. rates.
SW -Orrice in Mircur's New Block. north lido pot._
lic &inane. Towanda, Pa. JOHN W. MIX-
April I. 1869. -
THr4, EQUITABLE LIFE ASSU
RANCE SOCIETY'S Agency for Bmifoid Co..
CASH CAPITAL. $3;000,000
Warty intorno over 22;000.000 ca b.
lIONTANIM & WAND
l'utra.nda,.Jaly 25,.18 6 7.
THE LYCOMEcG MUTUAL FIBE
J_ Isuriorre Agency for Bruliord County,
C.U , 1TAL,13,4ct0,000
Mutual Cash plan. In stacmsatni operation oAir tor en ,
tl-seven years. , • MM.:TAN - YE k WARR
ANNEVa AND HARNESS 31A K
-130..-.Tbennderalgnedd barn thfis day tonne , ' •
eo.partnerabip, to be knowii a 6 the fair: of MAGEE
& ruizEn. for *be prirpoie'ofrarrylng on the above
%amine's. names.' making and.rrp.tiring done to or
der, and all work warranted. C onh paid for hide&
MOAB 8. Frulft.
Camptown. Jan. TA. 1868..
LOUR, FEED' AND MEAL
sold chczpot COWI3I, k 3IYEIVS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
11 Wooden Ware COWELL* MYERT.
ROYAL BAKING POWDERS at
coIvELL k MYERS.
RUITS .OF ALL KINDS A
COWELL k 31TERS.
COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR', FISH,
hr.., wholesale and retail...
• ly I . 111:C3BI: it • NIS.
THAT CEIYBRATED SELF 111 S
lug Flow, at • C. B. Laths.
pRCF. HORSFORD'S BREAD
Preparation, at • C. IL PITCHII:
aY 2 0 % , _ .
ri TENTEATPD LYE AND
%.)14timsb, as c. u. rtuFs.
/laryord, C 61.6
re SI.ON,M) 1.4.)