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• Preparing for ruder.
The time is close at hand when the
farmer will have closed his prepari
titins for the winter's forage. The
drought-has very seriously , reduced
the hay ct, but, on the other
hand, it enabled him to save his
grain in extra condition. In thresh
ing, care shotdd be used to save the
straw carefully, in compact, well-built
stacks. One or, two extra hands will
do•it, and its value 'for feeding will
be nearly equal to ordinary prairie
The waste of straw in the great
grain-growing districts of the West
is enormous, for the - want of cattle to
eat it, but this season many farmers
will 4, obliged to, make their straw
go' far in wintering their stock, and it
is ,good or bad feed according as it is
wall or badly saved. In the first in
• steTieTcattle, young horses, and mules
wiM come through the winter on it in
fine condition, with the addition of a
little grain, but if carelessly stacked,
they will hare to be tailed up in the
spring, if they do not die outright.
Two acres of well-cured corn fod
der will bring a cow dr steer through
the winter infme condition. The ex-
penso of cutting, Hauling and feeding
should not be more than five dollars
—considerably less than the expense
of two tons of timothy hay. One
acre of fodder, and plenty of straw
will do nearly as well. For milch
cows there is no better feed than corn
A little extra exertion this fall will
enable the fftrmer to go into winter
quarters without fear for the cattle.
Have you made provision for sheds
and other shelter against the bleak
and freezing prairie winds? More
stock suffers and perishes for want of
adequate shelter than from lack of
feed. And if not already_ attended
. is the tim e to prepare shelter
3 for the coming winter. Do not wait
until you can build a stately barn.
Cattle can be made as comfortable in
a cheap structure as in a more costly
one. In fact weibelieve that they are
more comfortable and healthy in good
warm sheds, *here they have com
parative liberty, especially in the
West where forage is cheap and plen
ty, than where closely confined
barns. If timber is near they may
he built of poles and covered with
surplus straw or slough hay—the
sides only, being boarded up. . Many
persons only top their sheds with a
light covering of straw. *this case,
the water is- dropping through . con
stantly from the effects of each suc
ceeding thaw, to the evident discom
fort of the stock.
One of the principal sources of evil
in wintering stock is a lack of water.
Driving them once a day to some
frozen pond in winter, and allowing
them to drink a scanty supply through
the ice, is not conducive to their well
being. If running water is not pres
ent, wells supplied with a good pump,
andplenty of troughs should be pro
vided, to which they should have ac
cess at last twice a day in winter.
It is better still where they can drink
at will. " Pedigree "in feed, water,
shelter and care is as important 83 in
the animals themselves.—The Interior.
Ite presume there is no part of the
'treatment of tho horse which is so
important and necessary to his use
fulness as the shoeing. Certainly
not less than half the lameness
which ruin so many horses is occas
ioned by the ignorance of the black
For sometime the 11. S. Go)l-ern
ment, recognizing this fact, has been
in search of a method of shoeing
which could be practiced by any or
dinarily intelligent blaekgrnith, and
which 'should servo as a protection to
the horses' feet instead of as had
been the case with the old lack of
system, doing the animal infinitely
more harm than good.
About a year ago, thorngh the in-
fluenco of Mr. Robert Bonner, Mr.
Alexander Dunbar, a Canadian, who
has devoted the greater portion of
histfe to the study of the horse, and
particularly to a correct method of
shoeing, received a commission from
the War Department, directing him
to visit the several military posts in
the country where horses were 'em
ployed, and instruct the farriers
thereat in his system.
_ So fully impressed was Mr. Bon
ner with the excellence of Mr. Dun
bar's method of shoeing, that in his
letters to the War Department, he
states that had it not been for his
knowledge of-the benefits to be de
rived therefrom; he would never have
purchased the celebrated Dexter,
whose feet, at the time, were so con
tracted, from ignorant shoeing, as to
render him quite lame.
Mr. Dunbar visited Carlisle Bar-
racks soon after the receipt of his
commission and at once applied
his Imowledgo and experience to the
- treatment of the horses there. In an
incredibly short space • of time
marked improvement in the condition
of the animals' feet was observed and
• up to the present time the system has
been practiced with the most gratify
ing results. At Mr. Dauber's depar
ture, Mr., John Kiernan, a most skill
ful farrier, was appointed to the
charge \ of the instruction of the far
riers at ,the post, and to have general
supervision of the entire shoeing de
partment. lis success has been, so
marked, flint he has been induced to
publish a work, giving his views and
practice e which is destined to become
standard authority on the subject.—
TEA BISCUITB.-Six potatoes boiled
and grated in hall a milk-pan of flour.
One tablespoonful of salt, three tnm
-tiers of milk, two ounces of butter,
warmed in the milk, and a cup of
yeast. Beat the whites of three eggs
to a froth, and put it in kneading.
Mix not quite as stiff as bread dough
and put to raise.
Cou Punorso.--Grate ears of green
corn ; add to a quart of it aleacnpfol
of cream or milk, a lump of butter
the sizo of an egg, and a teaspoonful
of salt. Mix all well together; put
in a dish and bake an hour and a
hall To be eaten with butter, pep
per and salt. •
31oLksars Pomo essr--Flour
lbs., l sugar Hi., 1 teacupful of molas
ses, 4 eggs, It lb, of butter, a table
spoonful of clores,',einnamon and all
spice, then a teaspoonful of soda dis
solrefl in a teacup and a half of milk,
then the flour and eggs.
SPOT OS Elm—nave a colt with a
white spot on the cyo. What can be
done to remove it?—M. W. N. Ans.—
Draw over the ball of the eye, daily,
a feather dipped in h solution of four
grains of nitrate of aver to an ounce
of rain cater.--,S`o"!• Journal
Books and Btathansry.
DiARTVA FOR 1870
PAPER a EMLOPES
PENN INICs Music, Sums= AIE)
Tomas, SO% 19, WEL
" DOMESTIC '
SEWING pfd CHINE?
THE " DOITTISTIC " is a Shuttle
Sewing Machine, which has been
used for • the last five years in the
West, and is now introduced for the
first time in thif?, section.
It sans faster than most, easier
and more quietly than any, doing the
lightest as well as the heaviest work
done on any Sewing Machine
ALL ALE 114. - VITED TO CALL ANI2 O SEE IT
Plain Machines - - $65
Half Case - - - - $7O
All Machines have Blake's Paten
*e atm wanted in unoccupied territory. Address
EL ME it CO., Scranton, Pa.
For sale by
My 12, 1870.-ly
EASE AND COMFORT..
BLESSING OF PERFECT SIGHT.
There isnothing so valuable as perfect sight, and
perfect sight can only be obtained by using
• PERFECT SPECTACLES!
The difficulty of procuring which is well known.
krwaslul. LAZARUS k MORRIS,
OCCULISTS AND OPT [CANS,
IHANEFACTURETtS OF THE CELEBRATED
Have, after years' of experience, experiment, and
and the erection of costly machinery, been enabled
to produce that GRAND DESIDERATUM,
Which have been sold with unlimited satisfaction to
the wearers in the Western States during the past
Those Celelwated Perfected Spectacles never tire the
. eye, aid last many years without change!
Messrs. LAZARUS & MORRIS have appointed
JULES HUGUENIN, dealer in Watches and JeW
elry, as their sale agent for Towanda. Penn's. and
vicinity. . Aprill4, 1870.
REPORTER JOB PRINTING
arleinifyin,reicZletyvirrait=of our facilities, we
303 PRI - NTING
Thin any esiabilsbment in
• , CALL AT
THE REPORTER OFFICE
GREAT EXCITEMENT IN PA
PAPER BANGING DONE FOR 10 TO 15 CENTS
;mil oh. yes' it makes me laugli to know that
r is reduced one-half.
Graining only $2 per day. Pocelain finishing only
$2 peqtay. Glazing only $2 per day. Painting of
all kinds only $2 per day. Blinds painted green at
only 75 cents to $1 per pair . Blinds common col
lora 50 cents to $1 per pair. and all materials furnish
ed. Tin and Decked roofs painted with patent roof
ing for 123 i cents per yard. I will also furnish my
customers with Lead and Zinc of the beat quality at
cold. thus saving ffom 10 to 25 per ceut cm every
hundred. - F. E POST.
Towanda, Juno 18, 1870.-tt No. 32 Second•et
The imbsctibers still continue to keep constantly
on hand a fall and complete assortment of every
thin pertaining to their business, consisting main
:0014 :WO :4 tl*J "VIP 0.10:111,0
SUGAB, CIIIIED R&MS.
SAUSA VEM. POMM GE, LA=
F' I S
FRESH Ftoll THE Tdirmc;
Parties arishft Oysters in Largo or small ainanti.
ties will b e abed on abort notice, at tha old
stand. Ciorrnar. Masser. Montanytet mock, Drat
door north of Dr. Parra
CHM =, UZLIAIIf ft MOM=
FISH, PORK, RIMS AND LARD
COWELL k WM'S
rowEr , 41, & NYRE ARE SELL
tag TEA vet, atop.
ROYAL BAKING POWDERS at
COWELL & MYERS
FRUITS OF KINDS AT
WM. HORSFORDS BREAD,
Propeasam as a a PLTaaa
CHEMTER Warn; PIGS '
Mg 14 .' 70-ft A. a slam. niter. 21,
A FULL STOCK OF IVOODEN
" C. D. VATCIr&
two km* maze aco anus *3102
OXIII MUMS OP Mar!!
BROAD •auata—ix= Taics.3. i .
CLEVIEU.ND. TOLEDO. DETROIT, CIDD*IO,
NI.LWAIIKEE. BT. PAM. muse.
. And 110 points West and Northwest.
DAYTON, CINCINNATI. DRDI Own. ANATOLD3.
LOUDIVICLE. 6P. LOOM.
A" "Itaihts South sul anthems!:
'Nor SID =MOM duo= .Ares En, Somas
=mom cams To BooarsTes. 111711712.0, Dow-
Elas. CISTICLAND AND I:o3KtnataXl.
leanand after Mead., 13, 1870, trains will
ly Waver at shoat the ZONE
xpbd)f4:24 an., NIGHT EXPRESS Mondays or
Rocheeter. Buffalo, Dunkirk. Olmstead ladtan-
Mona% connecting with the Like Stone, Michigan
Southern. and Grand Trunk Railways at Bu to.
Dunkirk andCleve/And for the West; also at Clem
land with the 0.0.`13. Is Rd. Railway for Ind
apolis; and at Cineinzoll with the Louisville Short
Line Railway, and the Ohio & Inidadppl Railway
for the South land Southwest ; also with connect
leg lines at prindpalstations Cu main line.
4:19 a. ut—NIGHT EXPRESS, daily, for Rochester.
Buffalo, Dunkirk. Cleveland and Cincinnati. mak
ing direct gpnnection with - trains of Grand Trunk
and Lake Shore Railways at Buffalo, Dunkirk and
Cleveland. for W1 3 %1
t eak and at Cincinnati
with the Ohio At and Louisville Short
Line Railweye for the and Soutn.west alao
with all connecting lines at principle stations on
8:28 a.m.—MAIL TRAIN. Su:WM - excepted. for
Buffalo and Dunkirk.
6;35 p.m.—EUEIM ACCOMMODATION. Knoditre
6:18 p. 11.: DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted. for
Rochester, Buffalo, Dunkirk, Cleveland. Cincinna-
Rend the South. Stops at principal stations and
connecting points on main line.
New and Improved Drawing Room Coaches accom
pany this train from New York to Buffalo. and
Sleeping Coaches are attached at Bennettsville, run
ning three to Cleaveland and Gationsithout change.
5:16 p.m.—EX. MAIL, Sundays excepted. for Buf
falo, Dunkirk and Cleveland, connecting with trains
for the West.
A Sleeping Coach is attached to this train riantdng
through to - BMW°.
1:00 a.m.—WAY FREIGHT. Sundays excepted:
4:10 p.m.—EMIGRANT TRAIN, daily for the West.
140 a.m.—NIGHT EXPRESS,Eandays excepted.con
necting at New York with afternoon trains And
steamers for Boston and New England cities.
Sleeping Coaches accompany this train to N. Y.
5:50 a.m.—CINCLANATI EXPRESS. Mondays ex
cepted, connecting at Jersey City will; afternoon
. and evening trains of New. Jersey Railroad for
Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Wasimigton; and at
New York with steamers and aftEinoon Ezpreu
• balm for New England Cities. Also stops at prin
cipal stations and connecting points on mainline
Sleeping Coaches accompany thistrain tolfew York
12:35 p.rff..-Ztalt EXPRESS, Sandayaexcented. con
necting at Jersey City with midnight n - • press train
05 New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia. Also
stops at principle station's and connecting points
on main line.
New and improved Drawing Room Coacheraccom
pany this train from Buffalo to New York. '
3:35 p.m.—ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, daily for
9:25 p.m., NEW YORK MAIL, Sundays excepted.
9:05 p.m.—LIGHTNING EXPRESS, daily, connect
ing at Paterson for Newark ; at Jersey City with
Morning Express Train of New Jersey Railroad for
Baltimore and Washington ; and at New York with
Morning =press train for Boston and Now England
cities. Also stops at all principal 1314101113 and con
necting points on mainline,
Sleeping Coaches accompany this train through to
315 p.m.—WAY FREIGHT. Sundays excepted.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
US. A revised and complete "Pocket Time Table"
of Passenger Trains on the Erie BOWSy and con
necting lines, has recently been published, and can
be procured on application to the Ticket Agent of
L. D. BUCKER,
PA. & N.Y. CANAL & R.R. CO.
to r aro A.Y. P.Y. P.M. neve P.Y. P.M. A.Y.
Wayerly 5,35-5,05-4,42 13,01-1,18-8,10
Toiranda 7,15-3,58--7.35 o 5,15-12,25-7,20
Pittston 10,95-7,30 o
Wilkesßarra,lo.ss-7.55.....• 1,15-8.30. • •
White Haven.l2,Bs P. M. • 11,68 A.M.
TAYLOR & GORE,
A. A. =MIR.
Down Train dines at White Haven. trp Train
dines at Pittston.
Manch Chunk.! . •
Allentown, 2 33..
. . . .
Passengers to and from New York and Philadel
phia without change of cars.
Down train connects at Allentown with Through
Fast Express for Harrisburg. Pittsburg and the
TADIP'ORTANT TO ALL WHO
VALUE THEIR SIGHT!
The sight bf the aged assisted, the weak strengthen
ed and As perfect preserved.
PHILADEtP Ink Orricei. InTrrun,
CONCAVE CONVEX, CRYSTAL LENSES, LONDON
MOE= AND TLITED GLASS FOS VILE OB
The Concave Convex Crystal Spectacles, - made by
the above institute are pewit long time before the
public, and the rapid and increased demand for them
combiniid with tho universal acknowledgment of
their clearness in vision and ease to the eye, shows
plainly that they are superior to any other glasses
in the market.,
The majority of Spectacles, (mostly imported) and
no matter haw floe the frames, contain but a poor
and worthless article of glasses; (generally cast or
pressed;) they are made to be sold only, without
any calculation respecting benefit to the eye, end
therefore the great complaint of poor and weak
sight. Thousands are using glasses now which tire
and fatigue the eye, where the objects get dim after
short usage, or require an intensely strong light
and therefore destroying the eight, which, were they
properly suited, would ho preserved a life time.
The advantages claimed for the Concave Convex
Crystal Glasses are the following :
The Lenses are ground of the best material, pure
and hard, and made only for optical purposes, they
are therefore not liable to get scratched or dim.
They confer a brilllaney and distinctness of vision
not found in any other glass.
They can be used equally well by day or candle
light without tiring or fatiguing the eyes.
They aro ground mathematically true in the ton-
Mire convex mirror, according to the philosophy of
nature, and shape of cornea of the eye, therefore
assisting nature only instead of forcing%
That thelenses are centered correct into the frames.
They can be uteri longer than any other glasses
without changing to a higher power.
The frames are made strong and durable by expo
rienced workmen and warranted to give satisfaction.
WM. A. CHAMBEII,LEN,
Dealer in Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware, Towan.
da, pa., has the sole Ageney for these glasses in
Bradford county. to Beaters employed.
July 12, 1870-tf
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
This Bank offers UNUSUAL FAO:LIT/7S for the
transaction of a
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.'
INTEBIZT ATDIOII O DEPOSITS . AOCOADINO TO
Serciu. Csatton - = TO Yrte COLLECTION OP 2cOrES
Parties wishing to MONET to any [part of tho
Untied States, Erigl a .Jre , Scotland, or the prin
cipa cities and toUnat7dit ope, can here procure
drag for that p se.
To or from tho, old country, by best steamer or sail
Mg lines, always on hand.
E. H. S3ITH, Preaidont. N. N. BErrs,
Towanda, dane2l, 18C9. Cashier
TILE, OTTOMAN DECri , fI3RE!
A NEW ARTICLE OF FIJRNITIIIIE.
CONVENIENT TO EVERY ONE.
nrimaDB AND CHILDREN.
Avoiding the unsightliness and suppressing the
offensive odors of , the Sick BOOM and Nursery, At
once usebil and ornamentaL It is more useful
than any article of Furniture,of the same cost.
For sale by all . principal Furniture Dealers.
Price $3.00. febl7 6m
WM. B. BM= :
dIittANGT OF PIOW2NOtat, TRAINS.
Commencing May le.lBlo
JOECT P. COX.
For the manufacturing of the
FAMILIES lIIIOI3OHT OTEIt AT EEDL'CIS3 LUTES
Iligkese Price paid for U.S Bonds. Goki and Sarcr
B AKE: 4 Y AND DINING BOOM!
First block nortli of Ward House,
BREAD, PIES, pARE,
*AND CRACOW - •
baked daily and lola at wholmale and
In our DMING 1106118 Ito will acOonunodato the
public ;with either Curia of igood meat at all time:
of the day and ermine.. • "
otorins . - 42q• -. .rox -west'
on band during their NUM' - • -
Also a tine assortment of GrocarktaXonfectiatiery,
Prat*, Nuta, ace.
Towanda, may ID, '7O. D. W. k
A LL RINDS . GROCERIES. AI. TD
131- /venial= .sit Irtkokeale ail re aU at •
nay= , C. D. 'MOM
ftmeded - wa
r i pui,vmats_yipirpoiLo7.2_lG,
-.::.;,•:-::i,i0iiiii*:-.ti.imze .• ._-
Toga Aria att. iiTOll Oti. ow wirsi
to Or to thiiignasiiiikadisaivictut.
trot large irelt odeciol Sock dl
- 4 .9.,i ? R 9 : 9: - ,g, It 1 7,.14 .;
Which /as" r i b 2l.l " fcgOlia. Sea *el ass***
tbatjansellatVlow IMpftsas m, be . pazobseal
ebiewhere. I now otter to thepnbUoiapianylA abct
TEAS; COFFEES; ;Ma%
sumuTtna, IMO, to.
Zara an band slam stook of
AKRON .FLOUR; GRAHAM DO
BYE DO . . nuommEn
ikeep constantly on baxid.PMIEJIAMIL LABDoukd
ptibllc, to mar Bobcat
STOCK OP TOBACCO,
In quilt,' or prim. Juso OikleraColarstedlalui
drY. Nom Tozig 01?osolool atultgovii Soap.
Maio call sad osanaloo our do* of
Largo assortment of YANKEE NOTIONS, TOILET
SOAPS, ke., &e. I will pay the highest etushprietit for
giTe tilts ixiore ehtelrhere.
C. 8.. PATCH:
All persons holebted to the late hem will plea/eon
and mato Immediate payment.
Towanda, March, 11, 1867
GROCERY AND PROVISION
ItUoCA.BE d; MIX.
Wholesale and Betell Dealers In
111210IIIPS NEW BLOCK; TOWANDA, PA.
Wo do not deem lt necessary to enumerate all the
diferent articles we keel). Our assortment is
We cell nothing but
FIRST CLASS GOODS
Cash paid for Parmere Produce
*OM AND PROVISION STORE,
BODiII 00XSZEL MUDGE AND MAIN SZBECTS.
A. now and complete stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Which will be sold st the lowest possible prises.
FRUIT OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
MODERN STONE WARE,
FLOUR, FEED, M 1 AT,, GRAiN, &c.
Bring on your produce, which worsy cash for
A constant strpply of Ashton Saft, i ,oll sized Owns.
Butter Firkin'', Tuba, kc.
Plano call and 100 k through our stock. and wo will
do our beat to please you.. W. A. ROCKWELL.
Towanda, April 28. 1869,
L OOT HERE! •
COWELL & HYEB,
At the old stand of Mumma & Contra, are now
receiving a large and well selected stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVIRLONV
Which they offer to cash buyers at prices that defy
Cash paid for all kinds Farmers' Produce.
April2l. 186 S—tr.
JEWELLER & SILVERSMITH,
One dim ninth of
MERCUIV NEW *OM TOWAYDA. PA
Ras just received from Flew - York a naa easortment
of tine Gold -
LADIES' . WATCHES,
of all descriptions. Also a selected assortment of
GOLD CHAINS, 'FINE GOLD
M IAT M's R. 72" ,
moms OF ALL STYLES TRW 'AVE CHEAP
Wl' TO MEE 800.
00W, SILVER AND STEEL SPECTACLES AND
ETE4LAINES to 4114 cases of Intio idght.
By this patent I am enabled to exchange Mama g
any time Ittihad min charge. Call and see.
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED
Iteeinae, Dee. le, Hee
MACKEREL, CODFISH, BUIE
. Mackinaw Treed. Claccea, Pickled and
Smoked Estmon, eniakMillalibitt. and Dried Beat. at
LOW k UMW&
? I I A 714 4 c °2 he' 0 0 E•
liz "VA l tho4l l a T ail f . l oo o PlC' : ' , .''
arbi r kEl:•AVti :' CASEOltell"
Welch they arei prepared to seker* ta, area ss to
salt their areareserra. .sane fs& - 7 -*
Ahmse l i nalida i l i rk ! lict
vmx el!ti• are cbmt thqi
GENTS ,TVENDMING tiOODS,
mni awl full MI6 a AU %elated silk& -
Ahrsyntni handnnAl in groat mtn;y;
NECK VOWS, &O.
Also the New Patent.
AU or any - of o 9 Gooda . l , lwM be sold as
Call Ind look throUsto. cur Mock
Towauda..tpril 21. O.
C. it. P=:l.
VI 4 §
ini - Thla space belongs to E. StiIVIA.EZ, dealer in
Ckaing and Gent's Furnishing Goods. Ho is so
huhu selAng Clothing that betas not time to write
HIIRRA.H ! HURRAH 1
READY MADE CLOTHING,
I cm now offering to the public a large and photo°
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
And all tho Mo at lea for Spring and Sumner vc ear
Which will bo sold 25 per cent. lm than,toriner
prices at H. E., Also a barge In
. 1 , „ , •
lINDERSHMTS AND DRAWERS
• • I
I intend to selfless than cost, to make room for
Fall Stock.' Now is your timo to buy a Snit
cheap. Call and convince yourself that /It E. /10-
812G1EM offers Great Bargains in tho lino of
A DISPATCH JUST RECEIVED.
GLORIOUS NEWS FOIL =EMS OF TOWANDA
AND VICINITY :
'Thom is constantly being received at the "lIHILPLE
OF FASHION." a large stock of
''s , -,"
Azo smnam raw or
CHEAP FO4 CASH
As any In j,he market.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OF
E. ROSE 'S,
(Opposite Powell d: Cos.)
FOB MEN AND BOYS
GENTS =FITIMSECING GOODS.
Call before giu.' ?chasing elsewhere.
E. 110 A "
Towanda, Jan. 25, 1870
SPRING AND SUMMER GDODS,
which have been purchased for cub,. at reduced
prion. sad torn be sold to cub buyers at lower rates
than over before offered in Towanda. My stecic con
slate In part of
KM - S. BOYS' AND YOUTH'S CLOTHLNO
naowx Axo DLVE LEAPED scrrs.
PINE DRESS COATE, OAPIPEEME SUITS, WEN
Coats, Pants, Tests, and Wlike Linen Dock Snits,
also &Urge variety of
GENT'S FURNISAIN(34 GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, SUSPEND , NECH TIES,
PAPEII AND LIRE? COLL.UNI,
of the latest styles and faahiona. Remember the in
dilemmas that I offer, and that I am not to be un
dersold by any dealer in town, or ebiewhere. All
.wheWiah anything in my line are respectfttlly invit
ed to 'give ewe a call before purchasing and convince
No. 149 liatn: 4 t..lonlinell Mort.
sfir Cash paid for Hidea and Pelts.
GOLD STILL COMING DOWN
AND LIMO! TIMM IN 171:6
GROCERY & PROVISION LIN
aro now being offered at
C 0 Ng II 7- E 'l3
e tr annot fail to satisfy ellthat are
not take undersold by any one. They
bare enlarged their Stare by _
ding so that they
now fume room for the fresh' eundies that are daft'
received by them. They hare connected their
store • Karketwhers they how keno fresh with
sell by theguarder , or piece. and a full supply of Oro.
cedes and Provisions, to which they would call the
attention - of all cash buyers. , Come and azsmine ewe
Goods laud Prices, before purcg oods hning andgive satiety
guaranies an t entire
We are thankful to our ourtam o ers for
their past liberal patronage and solicit a continuance
of the autos . , COWELL &VM
Dec. 00, ,
TRY OIIE TEAS
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c iiD Xlier mE,
'4870. ' ' !BM"
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TAR TELSOR ;
Tir:AVERLY;.TIOGA. CO., N.Y
Me ItATZ A eIITITEIf 120 i DIM TOAX
sten3rmyrroN . Gll
Alms dock pt
Si ;Ili) : otio.l o IDI
HATS AND CAPS,
os. WM be at the Ward Nimes the Arid and third
Tuesdays: of each mouth. with samples of Goods,
and prepared to tab mesurea.
GEO. o. YAW
Sept 1870. sour. 11. *mints.
NEW SPRING §,ol=l
R. W. EDDY
Would announce to tho citisatui of Towanda, and the
and generally. that ho has In store and daily ro
In his line. suitable to the Wanta of the people, which
Le will aril for Currency at farmer
Consisting as usual of good, Weil and reliable made
(No Shoddy of any kind) a:insisting of
COATS, VESTS AND PANTS,
DRESS COATS, PANTS dyi.VESTS,
Linen Coats, Dilators and Pants,
Overalls and Cwesehirts. Linen and Paper - Collars,
Linen, Casatmare, and Flannel Shirts, Neck Tim, Sus
penders, Gloves, Omen. Leather Dago, Spring Style
Silk, Salt and Straw Nab. All Arst.clias. Remem
ber that good Goods am cheaper at a fair priM than
poor goods at any price. Call and examine my goods
before baying. No. 3 Patton & Griffiths Blockatridge
Towanda, Juno 8,1870. li. W. EDDY.
BLOOD ay CO.,
Still continue to manufacture their celebrated
HORSE POWERS 14. CLEANERS,
and will soli a better nuiebino. far less money than
can be bad elsewhere In the world. Wo claim for
our machines that they will do as much, or more,
than any other, and are more lurably built. Wo
personally superintend eur work and see that it is
wall down. We will sen 4
DISCRIPPVB CATALOGUES. •
of our machines, on appllcatton.
ONE AND TWO HORSE POWERS,
One rE Toro Horse THRESHER .1 SEPERATORS,
TIIRESIIRR and CLEANERS,
CIECOLLII AND DRAG SAW mass.
SAW AND GRIST kIIGL work dono to ord=
Give vs s call before purchasing elsowhere.
Vs' " OD atIOALTIM 'SN'TITLIT
'.O 2s , aci o a
NW CARRIAGE. FACTORY !
On Pine, between Main and 'Second, Streets, back
of G. F. Mason & Co.'s Bank,
HOMY 13TULLN, (formerly alba Ann of Bryant
& informs his friends and "former ['strong,
that ho has built a•
NEW BRICE CARRIAGE FACTORY,
where he win constantly keEp on Land a fall assort
FAT ILY CARRIAGES,
TOP AND OPEN BUGGIES;
TEICITTING SULKIT; '
Made of tlui hest . meterial anc finished to the beet
city style. His Icing experience in city Carriage
rectories gives hlna a decided advantage over others
Finish, Style and Dur.ability
of his Wagons. All ho asks is an
INSPECTION OF MS WORK
prologs to purchasing elsewhere
Az.z. WORK ir.uubwzD To arm PERFECT
Thankful for the liberal patronage formerly ex-
tended and respectfully ask a continuance of tho
111171:1.10: 4 Idt_7.o Ito frffir v 0440 D 4 §litsi
Towanda, gay 24.1870.—tf
NEW. PLANING MILL.
The undersigned having built a large and commo-
dious Mill in the Boron& Of Towanda, and tilled It
with the most modern and improved machinery, for
the manufacture of
WINDOW SASH AND BLINDS.
Are prepared to fill orders, whether large or small,
upon theshattest noUce. We have. also a large va
riety of MOULDINGS, of the latest style and pattern,
which we furnish much cheaper than they Call be
= s hyd.
1 AZ . ID edltool,
- _ i SAWING.
And all other work pertaining toieinery. willbe done
to suit our customers. ... L
Peramsbuilding and not living more than twelve
to fourteen miles distant, will and it largely for their
interest to buy of us, or bring their lumber and - have
tt worked by our machinery. Bring your grist of
Mooring, or other lumber, aad while-your twat is
feeding, bare it ground out and take 1t home with
We WM pay CASE AND HEMLOCK
LUMBEK delivered at our lumber yard, come and
see us, er if yam can't come, write.
Towanda. Feb., 1564.. L. D. DODGEM h CO.
• General Dealer's Jn
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS,
Geoczams, Cacatistr. Mea/WA/as '
BOOTS, SHOES, SHOE FINDINGS
painter, Hate, Caps, -, llmbrellie; ke.,
• • TOWANDA, PA.
No. 105 10103 t., corner of the Public Oquaza.
may 19,1870. L. ronear.. .
at reduced prices
11:1D•otVI:vtgLt a l
iiiii . o - iiiii.ii' , .*** - i:*[o:oii
U turn *see ci;
H: & D'W"A R
jar: teat:: We ,bitt*. asa , haadAmarawiatehlat a
.; ';'7:1•,=:; : . ,- - ' l ' '-; kale dock of=:
HOW - CXXWS,
erne:`, Ouse; pirrir.
Our Plinth - dile; ;Ite., are of the beet veiny and
'we: !old veil low. We are gee sge nto f ar ths
AIiERWAR STEAM ~ S AFE,
, ! • (UNBORN% PATENT/ill
Only reliable Ilre Proof Safe *de. Also
iiivarrs new' soNr:
Our flack of
' TM • • -
ts ieri and znargeaet
ant :of;_tho but
Wo are also prepared fo doiobldng of all kind&
We are MO only agents for the Celebrated new
EMPIRE COOKING STOVE,
beid enticing • stove In ire, and every stave
warranted to g ive aatiataction. March 10,'70,
FURNITURE SUM LOWER
.14,5. 0. FROST,
Would announce to thepeople of Towanda and the
feet of niankind,.that afkr thls date, his magulficeut
H r ETMZsWITIZTIZIn
will be efferent
317 stock is coral:data and consists of
DINING BM& FURNITURE,
AND ITIUNTEVE FOB THE EITCHEN,
31ATTIIESSPS, PILLOWS. BEDDMO, lantsons,
E.inctstox TAm.rs, &c., acc
Iffy own manufacture, gni warranted superior, will
be sold for less than city made otica will cost clso•
COME ONE, COME ALL;
Pmmino for yourselves. Sc and be convinced that
Furniture is sold cheaper at MOST'S than at any
other place In the world. Gantry dealers supplied
at the lowest market rates.
I furnish COFFDTS of every description, Metalie
Burial Cases. Caskets, &c., and have the
Towanda, Jane 22,18;0
JAMES mAirmsox announces to ihe public that
he Mill continues to manufacturo and keep .on Mind
a large assortment of ,
Bureaus, Tables, Bedsteads, Stands, Chairs, ke., of
every description, which are Made of the best mate.
Male, and In ttio Most workmanlike manner.
I Invite the liispdclion of the public t o my ork,
which Shall not be surpassed In durability at any hep
In th e country, and my prices will be found to as
low as the times Wilt admit.
Heady-made Coffins constantlren hand or made to
order. A good Hearse will betornished when desired.
/laving purchased tho
BOOT & SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
lately conducted by DAVIS & =NEN, at No. 1(8
Main.st., Towanda, Pa., I would respectfully inform
the phblic that I brut just received a largo assort
ment of .
LADIES' AND GENTS' SHOES !
Of all grades. Ladies
GOAT AND 'UR A THEE SHOES,
KISSES AND CHILDRENS SHOES
Of overy varietiochich will be sold cheap far cash.
Give him a call and satisfy yourselves that ho La
selling cheaper than the cheapest.
I would call esspecial attention to my
CUSTOM • DEPARTMENT
I make to order everything in the line, of
• LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
I feel confident, that I can give entire satisfaction
I employ none but llrabclass mechanics. .
I guarraniee perfect fits, ar4 all work Warranted.
itapairing neatly and promptly done.
.Remember the Owe, No. 14 Main - at., a few doora
below the Means House, Towanda, Pa. Book out for
the sign of the Big Boot.
Mr. DAVIS will conduct tho buatnese u my Super.
Towanda, Pa.; ilep't. 1, - 1870,-4 '4,
lic Is respectfully Informed that the Book• Bi
ndery bu been removed to the Argos Iteilding. third
story, where will be done • - ,
In all its various branches, an terms as reasonable as
"the times" will allow. Tho Bindery will be under
the charge of
11. C. WHITAKER..
An experienced Binder, and all work;ill be promptly
done to a etylo and manner which cannot bo excelled.
Nualc,lilatpizinea,Newapapera,Old Boo', ac... bound
in every variety of.style. Particular attention will bo
paid to the puling and 'Binding of
To any desired pattern. which in quality and darn.
tinny will be warranted.
'AI work will be ready for delivery when promised.
The patronage of, the public' is solicited, and - per.
feet satisfaction guaranteed.
Towanda, •Augustl, 1866—tf.
LET US REASON TOGETHER!
How can any person manufacture' Confectionery,
and sell it at 15 cents a pound, when sugar is worth
16 cents at the Refinery. (unless it is terribly adul
How can any dealer retail such a rile compound to
Ws customers and have a conscience void of offence?
Hew can' any consumer expect to purchase pure
Cenfectionery at twenty-nve and thirty cents per
pound when a pure article cannot be manufactured
less than thirty to forty cents per pound, consisting
of OWL buds, burnt almonds, and such elan of
Within a kir days we have been offeredeasta
buds, etc., for fifteen cents per pound, and Choc°.
late Creams at twenty cents, and the agent acknow
ledged that they were adulterated ten per cent, with
lens Alba t and It is feet that tons of this cheap
'Confectionery are made an sold in this country
every year, and the consumers are the only persona
injured by it:
Ike benefit of there who Wiera Aire article
qfololz :d ux wi ll warrant every article °lour
man re •ly Pure and free fro= every %Pre
dict! dekk to hada.
- A. HAIM,-
fltorafirrmell4frided by Jiltu Cartnin,Hain Street.
Toirenda,', her 91.1869. • -
- filArof FOR. SALE IN MONROE.
TOWNSHIP.—The ' , subscriber offers for sale
his Tenable farm, lying on the Berwick turnpike. In
Monroe township. three mites from the. village of
Monroe, And moron miles from TowaseW with a
Rood read loading from both the above places. The
Sullivan k Erie' Railroad also passes . through the
farm. It qontains 190 acres, /UM 65 acres ander
.good state - of cultivation; good buildings; two large
orchards, and is won watered. Terms easy.
J. C. =DOWSE, 20.-
South Branch, Aug. 11,10.
i-toLD ' PBV
donsot Meld and Ms Eltieete. Towanda, Ps..
»twllt4 wilaintrdelY‘thettataek,ition end
complete eseettraaat constant/so eu estershiront ,
embridavotay articles need In the AAA foe
oteedeodtd aerefolly Weeded with ood
to Ute Temente aft* pa lotted tow lie
_ .aapgied parebsees, mod
adored on the road reeoelebte teroui Ittudelet ear
Boa r cona hu n g of .
.Pitddfl; :Ardli=n4 Oicauczaw
*-- yank . =LK resonorrs, .
ALCOHOL AND_ Di
SASH. 'Ara, TAENIEB; MEM-WAS%
And ail kinds of Brsudies,
KEROSENE OR COAL 014-
1.9178,1311ADE5. MOM CUM MS ,
Opaal, lard. *bale, Nobs Hoot,
Piaui sad Toilet ArDelea M all their vs:l4y,
SPO2i3lO, SUIVEHE% cows.
Pomades. Hair-Dyes, Perfumery,
POCKET WKS, POI4TMONAIS,
TOME. siciN ARD gaa PREPARitIIONS.
.Tosecco $ Prks .‘42w- CiAtati
Garden, Mieli awl Wm: Beeaet Truism Bay. :
porters, Buspessortem, Shceaderqtraces, Weser
ItV• Teething .111 age, Niushig• Mask
„.slppla Mena - arid Melds, EtyrtseM
Pane, Self4seling Fruit Jas. Theo. ,
inosartors. llororhy 14e , cis„ Brno!,
Jogs, Glass Ware, Bottles, VIA", Costs, Batg.
Brick and Wire Blacking. Fish Tackle, Am
munition. ite., Botanle, Wadle and Bonitremith.
io MeinCOM and,sill the popular Patent
AU articles. warranted as represented. Pen Mis at
a distance can receive their orders by stairs or ma/I,
whichlriU receive prompt and careful attended. .
Medical advice givery.gratatitonaly. at the dace,
charging only for medicine-. •
rip Thankful for past Ilben;el patronage, would res.
pectfully mincginoe totheir Mends mid the public,that
no pains shall be spared to satisfy. and merit the con
tinustien of their confidence and patronage. -
-Awl:Open Sundays for prescriptions from'9. to-10
a.m., end la m. to I. and sto 6 p.m. •
N. C. SOMA BONA
July 1, 1870.—yr. . .
F B R,O . W •
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The subacsiber respectfully announces tithe pub
lic in gems's' that he has on band a large and well
selected stock of I .
DRUGS. - - "MEDIEDIES,
CHEMICALS. ' . • PAINT%
OIL. VAILEYSIDES .
. - :vtinow or.,Ass, • . .
. DYE STUFFS
. . •
All the popular Patent Medicines of the dm% -
PURE WOE AND , LIQUORS
ror Medical purposes only
PERFUMERY. • - •
Fancy and Toilet articles. • . .
Soaps of every description. ,
DSUW:4, Surgeons,,. and Common Sponges,
. • Tooth Brushes;
Drcsaing Combs, • • . .
Pocket and Fine' ombs.. ••
• Toilet' owder,
.Prift Boxes,' •
' : Tooth Powders,
' . Tooth Washes,
•. ~ " . , .and Tooth Soaps.
And other articles belonging to the. Drug trade too
numerous :o mention. Paying the Agency of Um
- .1. .
. . .
. . .
GRIOLI U. S. "I.EA. COMPANY,
To, ptovhasere of goods' in their line.
?hystelans , prescriptions and family receipt§ com
pounded liy persona thoroughly competent, at all
hour§ of the day or night.
JAMES 0. FROST
Thankful ..for the past liberal patronage, I re
specthilly solicit a continuance of the mine, pledg
ing myself that no effort shall be spared to =he
my catiblisbpent second to none in thisoction,
Dr. T. F. Madill may be consulted at this store as
heretofore. . F. W. D 110197.
Jan. 31. 1870.
G I RVAT BARGAINS IN
Tho undersigned are redoing a largo anti well on,
Icetnt.:l stock of
BOOTS .. AND SHOES
SIMEdES AND FALL TRADE
SEWED .iiND . PEGGED. BOOTS
Tbankfat ler - past favors, we sdicit a eOntlntuulee
of the sum.
EIAMIII2. WOODIVILD. • MIME= U. CLAIM
Towanda. April 5, 1809.
FOUNIMRY & Ii&CHENE SHOP
The undersigned having purchased the Foundry.
and Machine Shop lately owned by John . Carman
are prepaked to do all hinds of work appertabilng t
their business. with promptness and dispatch. •
Of the 'Meet end most Improved kinds manufactured
and kept coustautlyuu hard reedy for use.
SID 7 MIL. MON PLNiI WOCMES BEAMS
Of all kinds. , •
Of all kinds; and the latest improvCuleate kept
- CELL4a GRATES. •
SLED AND SLEIGH SHOES
Wags sill !Wog.
PIIIIE WESTER AND IaQUOALS,
For Modkinil ruo),
P, I`C I , N E S;,
137 HAIN STREET, TOWABIDA. PA.
I AN OE7EB fl
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Sontl end of Ward House
Sa.itabli fel the
wo offer low for Cash. Consisting of
T, A T)TES,
AND CHELDIiEN 'WEIR
MADE TO ORDER
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE
km) Er*nr m:tv , z PROXISED
Putnam , and machine Shop.
And all kinds of
/Y - • It O.N: S
SLIDE TO ORDER. - -
And all. work warranted to giro sattafaction:'
constantly on hand.
. CHURN. POWERS,
LARGE "AND,.IIMALL 15IZ
LARGE • - MON KETTLES
And alt Undo of castings furniadied to .
March 90,147 F. Brunt & lON
l'i t.S" , ' "1 . :":"i!' .1
, f 4 , .: i ....f.
WATIO,NAL LIFE INKTRANcE
• iX):6I UAL . •
Qs* gure 111,00000—nip zir
• , ,
ci4am,mt h 7 *memo, Ma
manes a. MAIM PsCsidalt, ;
SKY COOIE, (Kmlrma Mama awl PM- Com. ;
um= D. COOP, ITios Preddeit ;
.KKKOSON W. MET, Coactary amg 4ctuary, ,
Tie stinatagea of 'ill National Life Ituraratio c o
are i ' ' '
I. It In a trallonalempany. auto:m.o 7 c ol , mtn:
2. It ban a paid up capital of Ono =Jon Doling
11. It: cairn krw moo of pronsitims
4. It lornisheser lazg
mkt. for the lowe i l = 1 ; than other Cori.
5. It is definite awl eaten ;
6. There is no poodbiliff of mlareprtmotatinn
sige94, orpoisundegatandlog by polky.twkk, i;
7. The paUtlea aro plain contracts, so much:also.
moan for Do mach tame, ; •
8. AU poll** are nowforreitlng
O. The policies are exempt from atbchinent. :
E. w. CLARK k CO., Itankers,Thitadd p h ia. •
(t 11134 Agents.
• •D. S. RTISSELL, Manager.
ELSBBEE h A,. G. MASON,
AS.Aiondi for T9wanda and victut4,
4 Jan. 9, 1869:
.eAlktP & VINCNT'S ,/
INSURANCE 4CENC, f-7
i Pslicks virlfren in all of the following popular and
reliable Companies. LOSSES settled and puldat our
oine, FAEM priopitirry, (including Litz flaws,'
nisi dwellings in town insured agabla ALL DAYAC,E
al Liourinsa as well as Fran.
LIFE DISIIIIANCE affected in one of .the
Largest and Safest Companies in this country.
_ • - - ,
AIDE 4 biIitTANCE Cowes's'. ' kk
CISYLLASID Issrah..ncE COZPANY, I
Wiroxneo LtStrUASC : IC CONPAXY, •
Assetts , $250,000
LANCkIifITS LITIMILIZCZ CONPAIST
Lancaster, J. J
Carr Fraz LYSCIUNCE COMPANY.
Nonni at ,,,, MC.5.:1 LFIIVILINCE CO..
VVIZON Fri= I...rtmnascz COMPANY.
&ears, Mau. j
NEW Your. Lam 15srlwicz Comre3T.
New York. j
AGRIGATE CAPITAL. a E OVID
. Strict attention to business, fair dealing, and
prompt settlement of Losses, is °us irorro.
Corns and bins.
Mace on Main street, opposite Court House; up
Mr. Vrscmrr at Ifercurs Batik from 9 a. M. call 3
o'clock. P. in.
T. 11. CAMP.
w. O. VDICT—NT.
Towanda, Pa., duly 20, 1870,—1y
TILE PENN MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMP .NI,
921 cuE.s'nwr smuT, Puna
ACCUSIDIATED FUND : , over $3,000,000
IZ:0031 E FOR 1860;
DIIIIMSDS HAVE . AVT.W.G ED ANNUALLY
ABOUT 50 PEI: CENT
POLICIES ISSUED ON ALL APPROVED PLANS
Premiums may be paid annually or semiannually or
a loan will be made for parrot' the amount.
SAMZEL C. HUEY. President,
SAMUEL E. STOKES, Vice President,
JOHN W. HOIINOK,A.V.P. and Actuary.
H. S. STEN:LENS, S'arctary.
jl3 - 13,'70-tt H. B. It'KEAN. General. Agent
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
NO. 251 11110ADWAY, NEW -1:011E:
Vol cxzs mFoncr....„
Assnts, over.. 4... 4..
ANNUAL Iscout t
D.V6ES PiLD ..... ..
All approved luring of Policies issued.
Liberal Modes for payment of premiums,
Policies nonlorfeitable by their _terms.
The entirs prollts of the Conipny divided - L.llot.
ably among the insured.
WALTON 11. PECEILLII,,knEsiDEs - r.
WILLIAM T. HOOKER, VICE PI:EIDEN - 1%
LUCIUS M ADAMS, firer AND Acrt-Ars.
PIILLADELPIIIA REFEBE' , ..;CES
JAY COOKE 8.1 CO. Bankers.
DaEXEL CO., Bankers.
JooN Woobstoz . 1 / 4 Cu., Tea Slerchaub+.
S. A. atructu, PTest. Farmers' . 1 / 4 , Mechanics':Bank.
T. B. PETERSON. Publisher,
CON.N.TECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE
OF ILARTFORD, CONE
1 4 101113EDLCG MOUE TILtN 50,000 ITENEEiEIik.
ASSETS grate 1, 1860) over $2.,,000,000.
Surpltus bver $7,000,000.
MU= DririDECD FROII 40 TO 70 Pat CD:T
Total Claims by Death paid to date, 0ver,56,000,000.
,pOT*l. DIVIDE:NM Pam To ParU,OVEU 6G,0").00.
PURELY MUTUAL CONI'4NY.
All 'dimTins is equitably. atuoug the Pol•
Icy holders in
Which may be applied In reduction of Premiums, or
may be st,xrurrolated'at Interest for tho bosetit of t
Asamud, or may be received by them in Cash.
Pahl-np Polities are granted after two or more,
years' Premium:lA hay() been paid, thus practical)!
ALL POLICLE:S NON-FORFEITING.
It Issues Policies upon all
DESIRABLE PLANS OF INSURANCE,
And has adopted In its workings several •
SPECIAL FEATURES . 1
OHIGHIAL WITH THIS. ecairdNY AND OFFER
ED: BY NO OTEEEL
B. liletEiN,Lut .
NEW -ROUTE TO PIithADEL
NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILIZOAD
Shortest and most direct line to- rbiladelvltia, LW
timare, Waahington, anti the South.
Passengers by Dila route take Pennsylvania St
New York Railroad tral,h, passing Towanda
A. 11., make close .connection at Dethleheni with Es.
press train of North Penn's Railroad, and arrive In
Philadelphia at 5:03 P. M., in time to take night
`trains either for the South or West.
City passenger cars are at the Depot on arrival of
11 trains convey passengers to the various Depots
nd to all parts of the city.
1.431 : 0 North Penn'a Railroad DepotCcerner Berta
and American streets, Philadelphia, it 7:35 A. 11..
arriving at Towanda 5:15 P. M., same availing.
31ann's Baggage Express collects and delivers bag:
gage, ofilco No. 105 South Fifth street, Philadelphia.
Freight received at Fropt audliehls streets, Phan
delphia, and forwarded hr Daily Faat Freight train
to Towanda, and all, points in gdii.viehanna valley
with quick dispatch. . ELLIS CLARICE.
Gen. Agt. N. P. R. R., Front and Willow Ets:
May 16,1870. . i Fhtladelphia.
TAILOR'S ELECTRIC OIL !
A Medical preps' /Bon which tomb; to remove all
unnatural properties when applied, either on Man
Beast. It Is conceded, by all who have used it, to
be the beat assistant to nature In the restoration of
affected parts to their natural functions, which the
medical world has over roc-eyed. It has cured many
Pules of Itheumatiem wideli could not be releived by
any other medicine. It is used by many of our ts
physicians for that purpose, Is also unsurpassed
in the cure of Corns, chilblains, Cramps, Cootrim,
Bon of 3luscies, Strains, Lipari's*, Bruises and Sores
.or all kinds.. It is called, by those who have used it.
the best medicine for/Horses in the market. Is al•
-Ways safe, epectly, , and effectual. Every bottle Rua:•
=raced to give satisfaction. or money refunded.
For sale by all Druggists and dealers in medicine.
. It. BROWNING TAYLOR.
' am:23"MM Boleltroprictor and Manufacturer.
D 1111.1) FRUIT OF ALL KINDS
cowirra, & MTEE.
CAMP & TneMiT
J. A. RECORD.