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How to Teat the Blek t eso o f Milk.
It is . of no' importance to have at
hand a convenient and rehable Mode
for testing the richness of mffk. This
is usually done bythe mere_ role
`" guess." 'We will give a more relia- .
ble way, within the reach of all, and
one whereby any person may safely
govern himself in deciding ttpon
which of any number of milkmen he
patronize, or of which of any number
of cows he will purchase. '
- Procu r e an y l ong g um vessel—a 1
colonge bottle or a long phial. Take_
111.117.0 w, strip of
. paper, just the
length from the neck to the bottom
of the phial, and mark it off with one
-e hundred lines at equal distances - ,pr,
it more convenient, and to obtain
greater exactness, into fifty lines,and
count each as two--and paste it up
on the phial, so as to divide its length
intda hundred parts. Fill it, arlthe
highest mark, with milk fresh .from
the cow, and allow it to stand in a.
perpendicular position twenty-four
_ hours. The number of spaces occu
pied by the cream will • give you its
exact per-tentage in the milk, with
out guy guess work. •
Now, if you wish to carry ithe 'ex
-I.oriment further,./nnd ascertain the
percentage of butter, scram rank in
a - large dish, and collect, say 100 or
200 ounces' of cream; make your.bnt
ter in the cream by ascertaining thel
number of ounces of cream give five
ounces of butter, you will know that
oue hundred winces of milk will give
`five ounces of butter. - -
Such experiments are worth being
..Made, and made carefully. In no
'other way can you know what you
have in a cow or milk, or what are
buying. In this way also you may
test, the exact nutritive value of dif
ferent kinds of milk from-your cows
very important matter. Farmers
7 may derive much benefit by making
a .few simple •experiments, now and
then. They need not interfere with
any of the regulir duties of the farm;
and nothing but a spirit of habitual
indolence of thought and action will
keep them from doing so. Such ex
periments often lead to important,
and evoke interesting and instructive
Preparing Poultry for Market.
We fatten the poultry as long as
thought proper, but do not feed them
-for two days before the day of killing,
so as to leave their crops empty, for
when those with full crops are dross-
ed the flesh on and around the crop
becomes blue, and renders them less
salable on this account. Having put
a keen edge on a small-bladed pen
knife, we hang-the fowls np by the
legs;. to strings put up for that pur
'pose. We stick them in,-the mouth
or rather the throat, by putting the
knife in the mouth. It is be to
make a deep cross-cut ; and to bold
the head of the fowl down until it
ceases to strnggle,when it can be con
veyed to some suitable building to
prevent the feathers from blowing
away and they should be picked
while yet warm—of course without
scalding, for that makes them look
• peaked. lleuaove, the feathers with a
Ivory quick motion, taking a few in
the hand at a time. Be careful while
picking the largest feathers that sup
port the wings, so as not to tear the
flesh. 'Keep all the different feathers
ie separate places; the refuses' Ones,
kfaielt ifs the large ones and quillsollay
I. 1 a.. thrown upon the manure pile,
Awhile the other or good - ones should .
be pat,in some convenient place for
future. use. If the fowl be a turkey,
pick the body, legs, and` neck clean,
leaving the large feathers on the tail
and tip of the wings. Chickens are,
as a 'general thin g , 'divested of all
their covering, unless the samples are
extra large and finely dressed, when
. the feathers are left on the last joint
of the and then tied in pairs.
Ducks and geese are deprived of all
' their feathers. €ese are sold sing
ly, but ducks are (lone up in pairs,
and are mostly killed by being stuck
in the neck.
PACK G.-11l packing poultry, do
. not do as some writer on this subject
says, u" draw and salt them slightly,"
but be sure to user gosod clean box.
The wings should be pressed as close
to the body as possible. Settle the
fowls iu layers in the boxes, so as to
tix them in their proper positions,
and to prevent any. possibility of in
jury to the - outer skin in transporta
tion. When a box iS'fitll, put some
fresh clean straw on the top, and al
so in the bottom andssides, if - thought
best. , Nail on the top securely, mark
• thc.'exact &re-and net weight of the
package, address the box plainly,ship
it to some responsible dealer, and
you will undoubtedly receive satisfac
tory prices when compared with cur
rent rates.—ifearth and Home.
It is poor economy to lot your
Mono heaps lay in the field year after
ear: and "mow around theta. My
Fi'rethod is to pick my rocks/in piles
in the spring, after harroyiring in my
grain• and sowing' my grass-seed,
I think should not be .11irrow
ed in, only bushed or rolledes
can be picked muchcleane+- and
cheaper then than at any other time.
I haul them ofrin the fall, after tak
ing off the oiin, if the ground is not
too wet; if so:any time after it freez
es. Any farmer can fued time to clear
off his' fields and fit them for a mow-
ng machine. Clear out all the fast
rocks and fill up the holes. See to it
yourself, and don't ttust it to the
boys; once well done is twice done.
It is poor economy to drive your
cattle to youf neighbor's or to the
spring to Water,,,week after week, be
caalse your pump has failed. By so
tioirx you not only trouble your
neighbor, but you lose money every
time you take your cattle from the
yard. If your pump is old and worn
ctt, INoct a new one at once.
It is poor economy to hitch colts
in the barn floor, where they are lia
ble to get hang with the halter; poor
economy to keep more hogs than you
well feed; and poor economy to feed
meadow hay and straw to sheep, or
barley to horses.
It is poor economy to get in debt
for anything, yoii-do not need, or bor
row with no prdspect of being able
= c)pay.—Maine Farmer.
Bautr, dust obtainei by rubbing
two soft bricks tbgether, is the best
remedy -for lice on stock, says a cor
respondent of the Witstera liard,that
he ever tried. Sift t he...dust evenly
over the 'animal and work it well into
and among the hairs.
POT: "Have a .paper? s , "No,
ra. - ioy, loud to Jun : Jim, ` don't you
I , itT those fellows as can't read?"
Moiresry in t 1 wort': is like color
(.n.her bt , :tezing, it not put
IVaEg a girt failt; in ~lures - with an
nolocky Trlshe , 4l r -art a! sk . s.l-4 goes pity.
E RIM LAItwAI.
1300 WILES UNDEIII sao WALES =mom
ONE CILLACIZ or dOLCILICS.
BROAD- GIIAGEzDOUBLE TRACE
CLEVELAND. TOLEDO. DETROIT. CRICIOCV
=WAUKEE ST. PAUL; 011ARA, 4
And All poluft 'Weil and Eprthweit
. I,Lec6F7ll-13, 00201 q, CltidS4l,
- DAYTON; CINCDTNATI. DUDIANAPOEIS,
And ill points South and Sinitlrerist.,
Nswaxreriersagpi Comfits ARE Iry -rsionioli
in - rnouT MUNOZ To R6CTIVITIM. 13nrrizo.
Kum CLEVEIJIM .0 4 11. thagizmun.
On and.afteellonday. JUNE 13, 1870, trains will
save Waverly at about the following boure.,vii
GOL% WEST. P •
444 amt., NIGHT RifItESS (Mondays excepted) for i
Rochester, Buffalo, Dunkirk. Clemgardi
dismal. connecting with the Lake Shore, Michigan
Southern, and Grand Think Railways at Buffalo, ,
Dunkirk and Cleveland for the West; also at Clam.
land with the C. C. C. & Ina. Railway for Indian
apolis: and at Cincinnati with the Laulaville Short
Line Railway. and the Ohio Ir. Mississippi Railway I
for the'Routh, and Southwest ; also with cpnnect
ing lima at principal stations on main line.
4:41 ts. ..PIt4"SS daily, for Rochester.
Buffalo, Dunkirk. Cleveland and Cincinnati, mak
ing direct connection with trains of Grand Trunk
and Lake Shore Railways at Buffalo, Dnrikirk and
Cleveland, for all points West. and at Cincinnati
with the Ohio k Mississippi and Louisville Short
Line Ithilwayalarille South and Soutn-west ; also
with connecting lines at principle Mallow; on
hiA.IL 711.1.Ln, Sundays
. eaceptod,, for
Buffalo and Dunkirk.
8:35 p.m. : —ELIII.R.B ACCOMIODAT/02:; Sandaya
6:16 p. 3L. DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted. for
Rochester Buffalo, Dunkirk. Cleveland . Cincintla.
ti and the 'Smith. Stops at principal stationsi and.
connecting pointif on main line.
New and imprcnna Drawing Room gOiebea ACCOM
pany this train from New York -to Buffalo. midi
tamping Coaches are attached at Hornellistille..rum"
fling Uwe to Cleaveland alut Gallon without change.-
5:16 p.m.--EX. MAIL. Sunders excepted, for Buf
falo. Dunkirk and Cleveland, connecting with tram
for the West,.
A Sleeping Okiicli Is attached to this train running
through to Buffalo.
7:00 a.m.—WAV FREIGHT, Sundays excepted.
4:10 p.m.—EMIGRANT TRAIN. daily for the Vet.
1:00 a.m.—SIGHTS tnuive exceld&tcon
necting at Srw York with afternoon trains and
steamers for Boston and New England cities.
Sleeping Coaches accompany this : train to N. Y.
5:50 a.m. --en:ors - NATI EXPRESS. Mondays ex
cepted. connecting at Jersey City with afternoon
and evening trains of New Jersey Railrotio for
Philadelphia. Baltimore, and Washnigton: and at
New York with- steamers and afternoon. Express.
trains SOT New 'England Cities. Also stops atprin- =
ripal stations and connecting points on mainline.
Sleeping Coaches accompany this train to New York
12:35 p.m.—DAY EXPRE4L: Sundaysexcepted, cOn
fleeting at Jersey-City with midnight Express train
'es Sew Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia. Alto
stops at principle stations and connecting points
tm rosin line.
New and improved Drawing-Room Condit-samara
pany this train from Buffalo to New York.
3:35 p.m.—ACCOMMODATION TRAIN. daily for
8:38 4. m .—ELMIRA itIATL. Sundays excepted.
9:25 p.m.. NEW YORK MkIL. Sundays eteepted.
9:05 p.m.—LIGHTNING EXPRESS. daily. eonant
tag at Paterson for Newark : at Jersiy City with-
Morning Express Triin of New Jersey Railroad for
Baltimore and Warldngton and at New York with
Morning nspress Vain for Boston and New England
_Also stops at all principal BIAIIOIIII and con
necting points on main line.
Sleeping Coaches accompany this train through to
3:13 FREIGHT. Sundays excepted.
t BAGGAGE CHECKED THRCEGH.
'tn. A revised and complete ~ R ocket Time Tab!✓'
of Passenger Trains on the Erie Railway and con
necting lines, baa recently beellahed. eel an
be procured on application to that-Ticket Agent of
L. D. BUCKET!.
pA. & N.Y. CANAL & R.R. CO.-
ARE ANGEMEsZT OF PASSENGER TRAINS.
Camir.t.ncing May 10, 1870
Leave 6.11. r. t. r. 7.4. neve P.M P.M. A.Y.
.... '1,35-3.05-6,43 C,OS-1,18-8,10
To emit.... 7,15-3.54L7.35 .4 5.15-12.2.5=7.20
Tnakhanno.ik 9.23---11.1:—r.03;07-1 0 .1 0 A.at
Pittston 10 ,35-7.30 2..00-8.55
Withesitarre, 10 .5,5-7.55 I 1,15-8.:10
White ffaven,l2.3s P. 31 " 11,18 A. 31
NewTork(arr.) 6,01 •• 6.00..
Down Train dines at.. Whito Haven.
dines at Pittstor.
Passengers to and from New. York and Phlladelt
phia without change of ears.
Down train connects at Allentown with Through
Fast Express for Harrisburg. Pittsburg and the
V.kLl.7. THEIR SIGHT!
The eight of the aged asen.ted. the weak strenginen.
, ed and the perfect preserved.
PHILADELPHIA OpTICAT, INSTATTE,
For the 41...vitifa.:torin$ of t.‘ln
CONCAVE CONVEX. CI:YSTA_L* LENSES. LOXDOE
tiIIOYED ASP fl t I OLASH TOE WEAK
t .t FL.tatf.3) EYES.
the Cotrays CeIIVCS Crystal Spects,lcs, madfc:bf.
the abuse insfitote are now a long time before the
public, foul the rephiandluCreaiseddemaild for them
combined with the universal ackmovledgment of
their clear ti, en In Vin!OZI and Catae to tie eye. shows
plainly that they are snterior to any orbsr glasses
in the mattes
The majority of Spectacles. lmostiv imported) and
no matter how fine the frames, contain but a poor
and worthless artele of glasses, (generally cast or
presstalii they acs made to he sold only, without
any cab-elation re,peciing benefit to the eve. and
therefore cr.( at, complaint of poor, and weak
eight Tho,isands are using glasses now which tire
and fatigue the eye, where Luc object' get dim after
short mane, or require an intensely strung light
and therefore destroying the sight. which, were they /
, property fruited, would be preserved a life time.
The advantages ckilined for the Concave Convex
Crystal Wass., are the following
The Tenses are grannil of the 13, - - - 4 material: pure
and hard, and made only for optical purproVs, they
are therefore, not bathe to get scratched °retina.
They confer a brilliancy and thAtinvtuvoii of vision
not found In any othifr
They can be need equally( well by day or candle
light without tiring or fatiguAlg the eyes.
They are gmund mathemaneally true in the con
cave enusen mirror, according to the philosophy of
nature. and shape of cornea of the eye, therefore
assisting nature only instead of forcing it.
Thal i theleuses are centered correct into thefranMs.
They van be used longer than any otherlgiaeges
without changing to a higher power.
The frames are made strong and durable by caps
rienre-1 workmen andwarranteil to give salistaction.
' WM'. A. CLIANMERLIN. -
Dealer in Wateliesi'',lewelry and Silver Ware, Towan
da, Pa- has the sole Agency for these glasses in
Bradford county. No Pedlees employed.
July 12, ISTO-tf
TuNVA:".:DA, lIRLDFORD COUNTY. PA
This institution has just been thoroughly repaired
and tropmvisl, and will be reopened TELSDAY.
ti.EPTEII3EIt d. 1870. under the charge of 13.
Ryan and E. E. Quinlan. Associate Principals. who
will devote their entire time to instructing in the
various departments and to the general supervision
and management of the school. 'They will be as
sisted by excellent and experienced tcm.thers in 41
The courses of instruction ac Preparatory and
Graduating English. Normal, Commercial. tictentitic
Classical and Ornamental.
The Preparatory is designed to thororighlyAnal-
Ify the &inane: pupils for the studies of the Yngllnh
Graduating Course, which comprises all aendendo
studies. languages rue. ptc,i.
The first 'year of this course eompletal• they ear,
enter either of the other course:, The Normal
course affords thorough instruction in Common
School studies and Theory and Practice of Teaching.
Students in the Commercial Departments have all
the advantages of the beat commercial schools to
addition to thorough drill in necessary academic
The Scientific Cones., in addition to the fthulivs of
the Geminating sucllrh. French and (iceman. emu . -
prises imagist Instruction in the Scimares illustrated
by an excellent collection of Apparatus urgently pro
The first two years of the Classical Course are in
tended to prepare students well for C,ollege, ; the,
third year to fit for advanced classes In College or
to combine classics with a special course in the St:l
The Ornamental, Modern Langnages, Musk , .
Drawing and Painting, will be tangbt by competent
Board and rooms am provided in tiie Institute.
For further particulars address
G. W. lIYAN & E. F. QUINLAN.
mmur.r. FOX. President Board Trustees.
pTus, - N SYLVANIA.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL !
- SIANSFEI2.I), TIOGA
Fall Term bagins September 7th. 18•70.
Wham. Term begins Docembor 12th. MO.
Spring Term begins March 27th. 1871. •
For catalogues or admission. addrebs
CILkS. H. VERRILL.
Mansfield. July 2a. ISTO. Principal
BAKERY AND D1NRA.0.0.31:
First block north of Ward rlonso,
baked daily and sold at wholea:f sant rar2l
In our DININCS nooNri; we will aCeornruodate the PASSAGE TICKETS ,
public with elthrr a touch or azood meal at all Unzea ' To or from the old country; by best steamer or sail
of the day and evtuing. • i!ig linen, always on hand. .
OYSTERS .1 ND 'REA At
on !Insel'auring Clair season.
.Also a fine ussprtment of Groc‘nies. CooiectiOnerp,
Finits. Nuts, etc.
Toward.% way 19. 'TO. , D. W. SCOTT kCO.
J. M. WATTS would re
.lv ork&tfully train's' tho potato that tile 1.4 uo.ro
pr pared to do tal kintlo. nt
DRESS 'MAKING AND SERTNO. ;
Roaidc.nc.e,nr.a.r 4tkilgo P:ates
rorktred min a l ly,
PLP.ltit SOP •
P,' , 4 lAA
W-YORK. PAPERS .
--t 1 ~ i
PENS; -Lys, Musw, STATION . = AND
BLANI; BqQxs - •
t; I !
TovrandAL, Nov. 19, 1868.
T l3 :°
THE " DOMTISTIC ". is a Shuttle
Sewing Machine, which haii' been
used for the Ina five yeArain the
West, and is now, introduced for the
first time in this section
It runs faster tlinn most, easier
and ;nor& i)uietly than any, doing the
lightest - ' as well a the heaviest work
done on any Sowing Machine.
ALL ARE INVITED TO CALL AND BEE IT
WM. R. BARR.
Half Case -
All Machines have Blake's. Paten
Agents wanted in unoccupied territory. Address
BLAKE t CO., Scranton, Pa
For oak by
TAYLOR & GORE.
A. A. KLNKEIL
ACKLEY, LLOYD & DLOKI.II,
limy 12, 1.870.—1 y Nlyalnatng.
9.1 , 1
I g 9.05
EiSE AND COMFORT
BLESSING OF PERFECT SIGHT
There D 4 and ao valuable as perfect eight, and
perfect eight can only be obtained by using
JOHN P. COX,
PERFECT SPECTACLES t
The difEculty of procuring which id well known
OCCULISTS AND .OPTICANS
MANUFACTIMENS OF TILE CELEBRATED
• PERFECTED SPECTACLES,
Have, after years of experienpe, experiment. and
and the erection of coldly macbit cry, been enabled
to produce that °BAND DESIDEItATUM. •
Which have been,Sold with unlimited satisfaction to
tbe• we•arera in'the Western States during the past
Those Celebrated Perfected Slpectacica never tire the
eyo.-und.Lurt many ,veara without chasugut..
Bies,.rs. LAZARUS & 110aftli bare apioliitid
JULES HUGUENIN. dealer In Watches and Jew
elry, as their solo agent for Towanda, Penn's, and
; vicinity. April 14, 18^0.
ItEPORTER JOB PRINTING
Having recently added greatly to our facilities, we
are ngly prepared to do all kinds of'
The subscribers salt continue to keep constantly
on hand a full and complete assortment of every
thing pertaining to their bubineas, consisting main
ly of . . . •
BFEr,. PORK, FRESH AND SALT
mirrrati, _ • BEEF, I4ASTR,
BOLOGNA, DRIED BEEF, -
TALLOW, &c., to.
' 3 '
FRESH FROM. THE LM ES
Parties wishing Oysters in large or, small quanti
ties will be farniahed on short notice. at the old
stand, Cmcrnat. Kouter, Montanye's flock, flrst
door north of Dr. Porters. ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANS,
This Bank offers UNUSUAL FACILITIES' (011ie
transaction of a
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
INTEREST AID ON DEPOSITS ACCORDING TO
SiZatit CM= GIV SCO 1Z COIX Xtos 0ri02114 -
ASD CIIECIVEL ' '
Parties wishing to sem nem= to any part of the
United States, Eagband: Ireland, Scotland, or the prin
cipal cities and towns of• Europe, can here procure
Irafte for thatTrirpose.
E. H. SMITE, Preaident. IC. R. BETTS, Ai.,
Towanda. 3une3l. S 69. Cashier
ROYAL BARING POWDERS at
00WELL & MYRR ARE SELL
ittlz TEA very cheap.
VISH, PORK, HAMS AND LARD
12 it • COWELL k MEET.
=SST:S. LAZARUS k
, HARTFORD, CONNECVCIIT.
Than any establishment in
THE 'REPORTER OFFICE
staiu cunED HAMS
OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY
In their season
Cuss. a KELLUM, I FT.T.U3I s ICULLOCS..
Taco. Mtrizoca. I
Feb. ?A, 1870-tf
VILID; Bnorairr OPEE AT REDITCRIP DATLA
Highest Pria paid for U
..S Bonds, Cad mfd Silver
, t 1--,1tv.. ; '..,5•
t 1• e•.• e -• • ;
t 6 11 1 0, 1 I aildinaielliCieddoelfer ' •
olto 0 ' 24 . MSC-
Width I hale Inlitaiiseil rceciiai.lik Led eWsuiprio
flat/ oA ll . l4l 4tatiairkgr i ONl ellat IND Prlblek.
TEA COMM BVGAI4
82/131.111;11.4.141111118. 8119,8,13, &0.
Rua an hart** stneleof
x%; • .
AKRON 11401711, 'GRAILiId .
r BYE 004 , DIXEMIZAT DD.
Ileapeaeatantiymyjnd;POgg,MX& L&BD, and
an la d , o f YOB' 7 1 . 011 a can the afteatiat atth•
?alto to bur Can't Be ittot
•-•-• sTobitir TOBACCO:
•In quality or ;doe. Jane OaderuCtlebratadlatm
Please can sad exsaihn par otock.ot
Urge aseortment of YANIE VOTIOSitriVILICT
soAr.s. &c.. ku r will paT 4lle mM;emaittrio,for
rWilers. give us 411 befori selling elsewhere.
aD paisons tadebted to the late Arm wMplease call
and make immediate payment.
Towanda. Much, 12. 1867.
GROCERY AND PROVISION
ItoCABE ;i1; MIX.
Wholesale and WWI Dealers In
JitEECOR'S NEW BLOCK. TOWANDA, PA.
We do not demo It necessary ' to en' witorateall the
difertot wholes ve heep. Our assortment to
- Wo sell nothlng hut
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
Cash paid for Partners Proano,.._
Mach 1. 1810
8110CERY AND PEOYISION STOKE,
sotrrn coinsno rip.mas Ar" nee nnunps.
A new and complete cifit of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Mali will be sal at the lowest pcsaibla prices: -
FRUIT OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
MODERN STONE WARE,
FLOUR, FEED, DTP Ti GRAIN, &a
Bring on your produce, which we pay cash for
A constant supply of Asbton sat, all eked Churns,
Butter Firkine, Tubs. Ae.
Please call and look through oar stock, and wawill
do oar best to please yon. W. 'A. RACEWP.L.
Towanda. April 28. 1869.
At the old stand of Bnamuats. Comm, are now
receiving a large and well selected stock of .
• GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Which they offer to cash buyers at prices that defy
Cash paid for all-kinds Farmers' Produce.
April 21, 1889—tf.
JEWELLER & SILVERSMITH,
SIERCUR'S NEW BLOCK, TOWANDA, Pd
JusVrecAved from tiew York a now isacatateat
of an descriptions. Also s selected assortment of
GOLD CHAINS, FINE GOLD
3?:3 I_l 'Y' ,
CLOCKS OF ALL STYLES FROM THE CHEAP
ESTAD THE HEST.
GOLD. SILVER AND- STEEL SPECTACLES AND
EYE-GLASSES to St 10 awes of impaired sight.
PATENT ACCOMODATING srEctimr.s.
By this patent I am enabled to exchange Glasses at
an; tine without extra charge. Call and lee.
CLOCKS, 'WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED
Towanda, Dee. 16,1864
IVIACKEREL,' CQDFISH,., BLUE,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut. maA Dried B. st
.4e• spur opidattheliow Stick tt •
C(6:0115,*,D 76 I t4Z).:
' - I
I Cansi#Dit of 44 the Istestiless '
Which Off automat SZOVOnald tO 81 4 10 ° 14 Olt OM it gki t?
wit their % cui 'Wart
wbich.they ars edidgrolum*
~4T,P. 1. 1
C B. PATCH.
.0. B. PATOIL
One door north ot
tams spit4,l 4400
A new and . 44l Ltho of til the,
Always an hand and In great
Tux unix Amo smart
NECK TIES, 13
Also the Now Patent
All or of nor Goods will be
4,1 any 1n the mu
Call and tool througlioar stock
Towanda. April 21. 1870.
Vis 4 4 4 , 4
Cl==belongs to E. Z
bulgy selling Clothing that'll° heal
GREAT REDIIGTION IN PRICER OF
READY MADE CLOTIIING,
V. E. BOSENFIELD'S,
(Oppoete Powell & Cos.)
I am now offering tb the public a large and ohoice
SPRING AND SMM:ER GOODS,
, Condethig Of
And all the late styles . for Spring and Summer wear,
FOR , MEN AND BOYS.
Wblcb will bo sold 25 per cent. leap than fanner
prices at M. E. SOSE'FIELDB. Alio I large in
lij ikiltZSMI 00AVIS
I Infend to sell Ices than cost, to make room for
Fall Stock. Now is your time to buy a Snit
cheap. Call and convince yourself that M. E. RO
SENFIELD offers Great Bargains in the line of
GENTS FIIIIISUSHING GOODS
Call before purcbaelair o.llloWilee.
Towanda, Jan. 25.1870.
A DISPATCH HST RECEIVED.
ountorrs srwq FOR C 17151613 OP TOWODA
AXD Vlloutia 1
There is coartauttylbeiag received alba niI:II2LE
OF FASHION," e large dock or
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
which hare been purchased for cash ; at reduced
prices. and will te sold to cub buyers at lower rates
than emir before - Offered in TOWiltiti. My ellockcon.
MEW. BOYS' Asti YOUTH'S CLOTHES%
SLAM 1140W71 Ail) BLITT BUTZ* EOM.
4 0 1.;, 01): , :irotio ofroi.x:<, 4:tsj
Coats, Pants, i'esta, and:White Linen Duck
also alaxse variety of
tc)Dkv CO au ;4% 0 1:0 8%(0110.4.4) 0.1.1
EATS. CAPE. SUSPENDER& NECK TIES.
WIPER AM IZICEN ODLIJItg,
of the latest styles and (middens. Semeinber the In
ducements that I offer, end that I am net to be un
dersold by any desks: in town, or elsewhere. All
who wish invading in my line are resPeandlY !twit.
ed to give me a call before purchasing and convince
No. 149 31419-01., Beidhsoait's Block.owan
• Tda, Pa.
w Cash paid for Hides aad Pelta
GOLD STILL COMING DOWN I
amp array =at rs int
GROCERY (f; :PROVISION LAE,
are now being offered at
at prime:that cannot fan to title all that they are
determined not to be ruidersold b any one. They
have enlarged theirtabwe by dit so that they
now hare roof for the fresh tnurtdit that are daily
received by them. Therhave contacted with their
, ,re a Market where they'rcow Usti fresh meats to
. . by the inners or piece, snit elrull amply Wake.
mks and .- ;iMona, to which they smelt. cantle
attention at all cash buyers. Conte and gamine our
Goode' and Prices. before pachaming anti sanely
yourselves. • We guarantee an gnat to give entire
satialaction: We are thankful td one cunt poet s foe
their Peal liberal Patronage and edlicit a contiatumes
of the same. . • .. COWELL & MEER,
Dec. 20, 180. .
TRY OUR TEAS
A. -Lir. II TER
• MEROEtlfr, TA 1iO3i8;
';%l' 3 ;:•-•
• ; ;;), ; - .1 tyL7".4):kr: °r• = •! 1!;
1 .. 4 ! %' 1 . -B
g " li *!L
CLOMI/AND CASSIM 4 PRV I SL
IV S '&C:
GENTS' FAIRNISHING GOODS.
Wm be at tke Wardlfonse the flrgt and third
Tuesdays antalobniontb; with tounidei of Goods;
and mound- tWtaka ineanzes..
• • • -• • GEO.B. VAN VELBO%, -•
Sept. 4. : . / WM L Walaild: •
BLOOM) & CO.l
SUM contras to mannfacturn .their celebrated
HORSE POWEILS44: CLEANERS,
and will sea a betSer 41 . :abbs, for Jess money Up a
=ale bad eisawhere , tu the wood. Wo cls4ut her
onsmachlnes that they will do as lunch. or
than Slay other, and are more darablr bulk.
personallisnperintend - our ivor44iid eels' that it fa
Tell down.: We will send •
of oar machines, on application
ONE AND TWO, HORSE POWERS,
one Two Horse THRESHER SEPERATORS,
YMIESHER and . CLEA AVM,:
NI N MI-L L S
et:normal' atria mail saw mime, - -
8&W AND GRIST MILL work done to ardor.
Give pa • call tieforexorcilaiiing eleewhere.
- auoAavad IagaILIN
Goods. He is we
loot time to write
NEW CARRIAGE FACTORY !
-On Pine, between Main and Second, Streets, back
of G. l'.lfason k Co.•e Bank, •
HENRY STCLEN 4. CO.,
Cespectially announce to his &Louis and patrons
that thoy k ti.avO built a
BRICK ,CARRIAGE. FACTORY,
where their will coukaotly keep on hand n full mmurt
TOP AND OPEN BUGGIES,
TROTTMG SIDAYS, AND SE.M...ETONS
Made of the Lea material and finished .in the best
city style. Their long expecieuee in city Carriage
Factories gives them a decided advantage over others
15tyle and Durability
of has Wagons, All they ask, La an
INSPECTION OF HIS WORE
previonsto plarch , tning elsewbefri.
ALL WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE PERFECT
Thankful for the liberal patronage formerly ez.
tended and respectfully ask a continuance of the
REYAMINO PROITYTLY ATIMiTED To.
Tewands. 3tay 24, 1870.—tl
N EW PLANING MILL
The undersigned having built s large and oomruo
dims MI in the Borough of Towanda, and Biked it
with the moskmodern and improved machinery, for
WINDOW SASII AND 1112.LNDS"
Are prepared to all orders. whether , large or areall.
upon the shortest Matice., We have Mao a large va
riety of MOULDLti6B, of the latest stele and pattern;
which we can furMah much cheaper than they can be
worked by baud.
And en other eeork pe
,rteiaiog to Joinery, will be dons
to sett oar eustomexe.
Persons building. and nOt Bring more than twelve
to fourteen miles distant, will find it largely for their
interest to buy of us, or bring their lumber and have
it worked by our machinery. Bring your grist of
Flooring, or other lumber, and while your team is
feeding, have it ground out and take it home with
We will pay CARL for PM AND /18kILOCE
LUMBER dells emit at our lumber yard. Come and
see or if you can't come. write. .•
Towanda. Feb.. 1864. B. RODGERS k CO.
MONTANY - ES,
General Dealers in
STAPLE . & FANCY DRY GOODS,
OROCLUISS, CsocKssr, GLUNIWA.IIX.
BOOTS, SHOES, SHOE FL4DDIGS
Leather, Hats, Ceps, Umbrellas, he.,
No-105 Main 13L, corner of t,he Public Square.
J. D. MONTANTE.
may 19.1870. L. D. 1101:TANTE,
SATURDAY, OCTOBER lat, 1870.
Iteslawathlly Intvms the ladies, of Towanda and
vicinity that alio will . be ready to exhibit" be new
h'ALI, AND wnrrizn
VELVETS, SILKS AND SATINS,
Together with a ball assortment of
HANDICERCHWM AND LACECOLIARS,
On BATIIRDAY, October lei. Is7o.
My Satin and Silk 400da are cot biasing.
One door sonirolkeL 3 ir's Sank.
Sept. 25,10. .
THE UNDERSIGNED' WOULD
reaPectralls say that tbellorist Establishment
biretcdore-belonging to Mr. 8. Mix. shell in future
be conducted by me, and by strict attention to busi
ness I.hope to merit the liberal patronage bestowed
on my Istglioployer.' Also, in season. t will attend
tothaprniMig of grapo vines (within the borough).
Any one detiring my services can find me at my
Green Mouse. ;MIES C. !vim. a.
• . 0ct20,'70-2ta•
riE.BESt KEROSENE OIL. TN
town by 'Ue quantity or stall at
FOX & smarm a.,
FOlt WHEAT: BYE,
ti . Ciaisi Batt?, Fla, and - kind's - et country
produce FOS & INIEUCUIV.
00 I' CLOOrIII
TOWANDA e yENN'A
at redneott prtcea. 4'
H. S. CLARK.
MARSH ALLIB R 02)1 E
t XTR I S litW. - ",t is tog,
' r•pi thevriacc.tit buy ill klitds i
wo-um , Ott Land sud tie'reoeivitis
4 11 RM 14 940 '
O ti -OF# Miltdsanial ,d oc kt. s ,
AND - LgeiaVif* BALTING.
Pin t a i llX ll4, 4i e it Are of Cipi. beet quiLity.lod
lie '0;4;1,1.111 . A lett., IS'e „ are ale* agen!e for 149.
: great•• . -
' •SCAfI S,
SCHAOHTICOKE POWDER CO.,
10.1101'S LAW TONE
--- • ". •
• -• •,t f... 7-0
rrIM - "VV - A.TZ7 I
Is very large tp:Rl rharkutiectiimfotit i of"th=., tee
Mire also prepared to do Jobbing of ali kinds
Ae are We only agents foi the celebrated ides
EMPIRE ' COOKING --STOVE,
TLe beat cooking store In nee, and erery store
warranted to giveraall.dfactio , tt. Mandl 40, '7O.
t'arnitnr 9 ..
TITRNITITR•E STILL LOWER
J. d$ FROST, ..;-;
WouhtannOunto to the , people of Towanda and the
rest LI Num/kind, iltakalter. Oafs date, Ida teagudlceut,
FIT I?..i'N" I r 2 TT P., !
will be offere4 nt
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Sty stock is complete and consists of
L.n 3 R , MY SiftTS,
AND FTTR?..I7II7ItP, FOR 7.11 E SITCHMN
BIA.ITJtv s S•Rv% R/LLOIVS, MEDDMG, MIRRORS
EXTENSION :,CABLE-5, &T., &C.
Sly - own manufacture, and warratail soperior, will
be sold fur le<v.r . than city made oues:wib cost obit
COME ONE, COME ALL,
Examine for yonrselcoo. Lien and-he convinced that
Dtruiture to aohi cheaper •at _FROST'S than at an)
ether place in the worhl Couutz7 ikalera eupplied
at the'renreat.toarket - •
furnish COFFINS of every klosiiiipti6nollefali
13urial Cases, Caskets, &e., awl Lave th. •
ITYFST liE•ABSE IN ; . CORTIIERN PENN'A
Toulmila,Tuue 22, lbia
imdzs WAM'SON annanneeplo the public that
be still continued - to manufactaro ant keep nu hand.
kla.ree assortment of •
Bureaux, Tables, Bedsteads. Stands, Chairs, of
every description, which are Made of the best mate
and in the most worßmenlike manner.
);invite the inspection of the public to my work,
which that-Lunt he surpassed in durability at any elop
in the country, and my prices will be found to be tm
low as the times will &nit. - .
heady-maxle.Coillea constzuttirml legal or made to
enter. A goodllearseleM 1 e fun:est:Nl %%Amu desired.
Aug. 15, 18C5.
- - _
N RR ANGE 111_E-Nri)
Having purchased the.
BOOT & SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
latety.combutod by DAViS KEENLItaA No. HS
Main-Ft., Towanda, Pa., I woul,:lrepoofftely infirm
the publiethat t lime joxt, reLotrOtl a tarp, asto - krt-,
meta or I
LADIES' AND GENTS' SHOES
Of all graae.g. Ladica_f:
GOAT AND LEATHER SHOES
MUSES AND CHILDEENS SHOES
Of every4a.tiety; which kill be sold e'ttbap - far cash
Give him a call and eat,sfy yonre.O.es that he
selling-cheaper than the-eheapest.l,
I would call easpecial attention .
I make to order everything inttirline. of •
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S WEAR
I f,el confident. that I can give entire satisfaction.
I employ none but tirst-uses meettaulca. ,
guarninfie Perff fits, and :el work Warranted.
Repairing neatly and proluptly done.
Remember the place; No. 148 Main.at:: a few door s
below the Means Mouse. Towanda, Pa. Look. but Ter
the alga of the Big Root.
Mr. DAVIS will conduct the business as my Super.
intandent. - JOHN 51e1711P.r...
Towanda, Pa.. Sept. 1, 1610.-If
- ROOK -BINDERY.--THE
respectfully informed that the Book-ihn
dery has been removed to the Argus Building. third
story, where will be done
B 0 0 K
In 011 its various branches, ..sa terms as reasonable as
the times •" will allow. The Bindery will be under
the charge of
IL C. WHITS ER
An erperieteed and all work will bo PromPilj
down ins style ancl'insnner which =ink Lo excelled.
Afus *agazines, Nowspapers,Old Books, ac., bound
lu evbry variety of style. Partionlar attention will be
paid to the Bulitg and Binding of
BLILNE. 800 Z,%
To any desired pattern, which in rinallty and dorsi
bUtty will be warranted.
All work will bp really for delh 4 ery when promised.
- The patronage of the public is eacited, and - per
feet satisfaction guaranteed.
Towanda; August 2. 1866—tf. ,
LN ALL ITS BICAXCHES.
CUTTING AND •FITTING
NEPORTtD COES'EtS v k LACES
C 3 t'
••g • '
--E. GARY IN,
',9VER PORTER & untr.rs,
- f ie Uerctir's Block, ..
. 11111 ii INFRF.F.I, TOWANDA.; FA
Oct. WO. . .
]FRUITS OP. ALL KINDS A'
cowig,A, x ups.
PROF. BORSIVIAD'S , BREAD ,
C. If . p Arrei c s. Ana all kind* . et pm
;tin * .labed tr
blity - . . Starch 30. 141 I; F.
DrLti and igedietitleiV
DR. 14 &VORTEX 8 9N AD' CO .,
OLD= CASE DM:* STORE,
• WM recently added ne.' i•g4 to their stOrlot tin ilia
Complete ass o rtment, cenalltuting an extennive
Meth embraelsg aim article* dee& In the Arta f or
mechanical purram. carri o pOiwilickd 'with will to the peewee ve *ants thiptthne, which be
ktrt_cPaszt:Y. =POW with. froth puncheon% and
tl on the most ressonabte tenet ac
now, ieniSYrtinEt of- - ' . • '
bitllo3, • MOlCillirt ! S,V Cuba:LC/Am,
Pemere, ptne; , *Ltsze,
atm rilirri ckiltusu, 7
• t;'-'.aaftindg of Bresl,
..X.EliagE'NE: 2 o . lt.' , C.Oli 'OIL,
LAY4I3, 1311.Wkii, calW . 8 !.
TANNEEi'6.-ANO3tA.C,Spi - E.01;L3;
rancp'sot . ollet, SAWN! /s 4 all Lhoiriarle4T.
'l3ll:et. O*S , igtp3LlEB, SOIPEd COaltS,
rouiad a!s, atr•Dyes,.Perfustory,
POCKET B:'OO.K.S; 1 3 6117 MONES,
TOOTII, 81iI I 4 AtiL FILLF,I PRERAIL&TIONS,
TorAcco,. Sesiorr, . Pwrif . Ala). 06-148,
Garden, and 11rnmr,..Semls, Truef,es, Sup
porters, Serpenseries, She : Miler Brace, Brcaut
P.unlya...T.ettUng Rings, :Nunsiniv-Dottles.
Shpll. and Shields, Syriuges,
• I.led Pane, Self-Sealing Frult Jary,Ther
.. monastem, ~Inworing Extracts, Sturm .
Glam., Warp, Branca, Vials , Ccrks,P.4M :
Brick, and Storetileelting,'Fieti Taal°, Ara.
munitieur, kc., Betattic. &lodic and.'lltrauepatb
lc 3ledicines, end all the popular Patent.
, Lllartiiles warm:ll.olas represented. Person* it"
it tlistmare eau receive their orders • by litagt. or
whicti v.ll receive prompt and careful itttention._
Willed', advice given I,fratuitoualy at the o ffice.
charging pi lY fur medicine.
Gar TbauktUl for past liberal patronage, winild eff..
peril ully annrrtmee to their file; IcL• and the publle,that
no pains shall be spared to satisfy, and merit thetom
tinustion of thefr confider:he and patronage.
Acis-Open'Sand...ye for prebcripiions from 9 to
a.m., and 12 in. - to I. and ato It
11. C. l'Olt:rrP, BON &Co.
W. •B.'R 0 -N •
WHOLESALEr , AND RETAIL
subscribe: rcepta.fully announces tattle pub
lic In ureteral ttat La:; ~ n hand a la:ge'aid well
seloctod stock or.. • 7
&c., 6:e. el. s
All the popular Patent .11edirinca of the day
PURE WINE _k . ND LIQUORS
For 31e'dicalTurpoieri only
P E It F..U31 E R Y .
Fancy and Toilet-articles..
• . ....'
Soaps Of every tit..urription, , . • .
' I.lummotuuters, •
- Bathing. Snrgt-cns,'and Common B_pongen,
• .' .nair.- . Brusha. -. i' . roath E Lb es , '
' Drt using Combs, ,' ' • ,
: -. , Pocket and Fine COmbs,
- Toilet Powder, •. • , , ' •
Tooth PoWders, ...
. ! ' Tooth NVmhes, •
- . . ' • and Tooth Si ,:tapu.
, .. , ~
And other articicU:l.M.Toughm to tho Drug trade, too
1 numcrons :o Mention. I-' ming the,Ageney of the
GMAT U. S. 1 . ,E14 COMPA.T.SV
To pireliven of j;oola in tly,it line
.TASIES 0. •147205 T.
Pby:Ateinne; pie,cript;oaA and faintly reccipts coin
pounded by p,r - g, tbormighly 'compebmt, stall
bourd of t1ie.4.,y . 0r aii 111 - •
Thankful for thu - ptut litarral r,:it - rsnati,e, I nl-
Fpnctfully solicit o cOututuauce of Ale riune.:pleclg
iug tu,l: that uu effort shall be epared to tea:
wy estahhehtaent second to :wee in this re, tion..
Dr. T. F. 110111 may be mum:liter' at DIN StOre SS
heretofore. F.: W. La.:OWN.
.TRn. 31. 1.474 f..—
Tha un.larsigstetliirtreelEvlng a large And well se ,
AO 0 T S
SIMENIES AND FALL TRADE,
SEIP ED' ZgiaG'ED BOOTS
1D G I
For:cDny & AL.A.CHD;.E SHOP
The nmleregneillaving prirqhred the'roltnal7
and Machine Shop lately owme..l" by John Carman.
are prepared tt/AlO all Limia of we,11:: apperlhluing to
their hmt•itleg.q, with I..roroptr.e,s and dispatch..
11 I GE A. 11 - 1. 0- -S ,
Of the latest and most-improved itindetainatat lured
and kept eonetently on hand ready for use,
olf "G Pol_ N T
T"0 V -.F. • A,S Tr.. G S
eI2L.VII. , GRATE it,
SLED A.ND - SLEIC-fH SHOES,
PIIII£ - ~L E 9 AND ..4qcoitB,
ror Madieltipl use,
OIL, . VAILNIaLII:S .
I :AN omaut
Boots and Shoes
etul ot• ard ss
oiTer 191 v for C.11,1J. (2011;:ting or
AND CHILDREN S WEAR
'MAD' TO ORDER
REPAIRING' NEATLY DONE-
AND 11T-A DT Sill EN P1107417:0)
TLankfut rez past f47.lleit a.coutinuance
SAIIVEL %COQ DFORD ti 7.11/MT 11'. (TALE
ToasndA, April 5. 1869.
Foutaery =.a Michbo
-:Audzill kinds of
3I ILL R N -s
'ADE TO 011.1)1M.
And all work warrantmi to give satisfaction
SIDE-DILL. -MN AND WOODEN BEAMS
• Of. all kiu:lP. . ' -
CIiLTIVA.'YORS, CORN PLOUGH
Of all kinda, -end tho lsteet 11,proventents kept
cottetentl - on haul.
CH U 10; POIATTIS,
I, AII G.E. i) s A.L L 5
VIZ*-1110.,; i:srri ES
NATIONL JZFE LNKJAIIA*Zi
' ,v.ff• - ' 44
o : utri 3 OiPriAr4 i1.000;0;cri/D
Chartered by Congress, 180.
ijILABENEr. 11. CLIME, Frei/dent ; 4 C..
;Ay most, alairmanflnanen sad Ex. Cola. ; ' -
MT D. CCKALE, Vii Erexi(l64 : •
PIEEEBON W. , /'EET .
.) the Nattotn Leol mo ,
; .41 • .
lAtissaftittaftslComplay;ehartered hye , ,e. r " . , i;
1 .2.. It tali sksld ceiylttl,o4;kee 311111 on Ltllar ; :
It offers law rites of preutituttsj
A. It furnishes lamer InOuretsee tat. Ziker Com.
pilules, for the woo motley ;
5; Itie dellnite Old certain
or p el oo olucety. of misrepresentation t.;ag utthd;uu,lll?licy-boLler.
'7. The tiollefee are plain contracts, so rwich
. mace for ee ranch looney ;
8.41 k potpies are:non.forfeittrig ;
7. The Nicks ire erempffrOsu alisplooto;.
yE St . CLAM k CO.. Itanke no, Pltlladdille
H. c. 51..statrz. A. a. 3rAsoh
e~yAge It for trri . ands and xlciatty
45 . L7?. A ATE iiGL EN 1,
140..14.:45 writtc tk in all 4f bin following popular and
voliablbroropanitW. LOSSES tit tiled an.tpcil it tut
- office. YAM! PLIOPEIITY,
and awellingti in town - initurea 'a.u.
?.ti rs.A Y 1 1 ,7, z _ ?
i7l ot,c cf t:.*!ty.t,
larrpot anti &if crt‘Couipznict, c,uutry,
.1 Landon; Lug/and j
A.NPrS intraNCE.ooll7l)Nir, )
CLEVELAND IN/SUD.....Nek. CONEVArT.
wyouss9 bistzuscg eourEcr; t
LASCAFTLIZ. LciiCJIANCE COUYANY.
A/M`lii , • • t2.0,,:11),
CITY rain III , ;1711)...NCI.: COMPANY,. k
Hartford, 'Conn- J
I . ....nrr..tscp; Co:. . I
Ilartfcrd, comi. f •
Fri:me nut . 321sti.tser CostP.,ecr,
New York. I
- . -
ton. Nej,ss. j
NEW NOM/ LIFVPSUILANCE
- New York.
:AIL/GATE CAPITAL REPRESI2iTED, OYEZ'
• Strict attention to boalnexs, :air dealing, and
prompt settkinent. of .Losses, fa Ltu morro.
(.;44n0 and try us..
°Meg on Slain strett, opposite Court House, up
Mr. ViNcENT at MerJ'ar., from 'J a..m. 411 3
77. D. C.C . ,11', VINCENT.
n. VIATE.IT. l
Townthia J ,P.l., .11.•
THE PENT MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE CoMPANT,
- N0.:921. CIII.23TNUT PLITLAt
ACCUMULATED oiser $3,000;1100
IN . CCPME FOR 1569, ?9G6.2 5.19
DIVIDENDS DANT. AVERAGED ' ANNUALLY
ABOUT 50 PF.B, CLNT.
POTHCIES I:SSMM ati ALL ATPIIOVED-PLINS.
Prouiusr tu'3s - be iiahlaunuelly or rkuli-annurlly or
aJ on win be mitle f,r ' , art of tlfe atr,ourit. •
- 1117F:1' T ~1". ., nt Aekt-ratt .
I:ii3SEEL E. S'TtAil:s. Viet. PP:skit:4a.
JOHN W. HORN(ilt. A.W.P. end Actuary.
11. S. eiT.EPHEIC44. Secret:4T.
j1y43,'70-t4 .T.l. B. OnnenelAgiLL
GT . 4 . krtr)lAN
LIFE .INSITIZA-VE COMPANY,
•>si lato.tvar. NLIV YOLK.
Losses PAM .....
All approved forms of-Tv:Mies issued.
Liberal 1110dra for p.tytdeut at premitum..l
min-Mrleit-dile by their terms.
The eti4 , 4 profit, of tr... Ci.ii_pauy di' ided eqt
ably Smoug the Mewed.
/- UAL DIVIDENDS.
'ALTON' 11. Patti VII. EDESIDENT.t
NOLLIANE T. 1100KEI*Vit.r. Pr.zmmer.
I;LTIUS JI AEYALS, SEZ! . .I" AND ACITAii.
PULLADELPIILA REFERENCES :
JAY CO,'0•11.: & CO.. 1311kOrS.
.1/111..1.1,7. s Co.,
duns rr Co.. Ten'l'fferelrent.L
'S. A. 3rik4 Eli. I'rest. :In - ucte* te 3lechanice Bank
T. IL PETk-P-,/!:'; PtiblAt(r.
"J. A. RECORD, •
il3 - 12,713-ti AGsnt, Towanda, Pa.
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE
IN CHANCE: COMPANY,
OF ILUITFOIIP, CONS
Nti71710:1(INO WORE 711,77; 59.000 51.nr99.94. -- kiki
ASSETS iTtme 1, 1801 over $23,000,C00.
• Surplus over 57.000,000.
t.TIIIIIENT DIVIDEND F1:011 40 TO i 0 Pat CENT
TotalCislins by Death laud to date, over $8,000.k,
. Tom Div/DEN - P..9 PAID 7'o V./Terit . l . ll,ooooo o .
A PURELY JICTUAL
All its iturphm )s.equiMbly divided among the Pol
icy holders in
tShlamay be applied in reduction of Prennutom. or
nay be aernmtdated at interest for the benedt eft
Moored. Or may be received by there In Cash.
Paid-nn Potides are 'granted alter two er raor
years' Premiums have beeui raid, thus iqa,:::cally
making I • .
ALL POLICIES NON-FORTEITLIN.
Itissnri. Po upon all •
DE.6 PLAN 3 INSURANCE,
And ban - ..;:loptea In ite uorkingn noTt•ral
SPECJAL FILITURES ! 2
ORIGINAL THIS ,COMPANY AND OM%
• ry 111;.;50 °THEM
IC B. MrKrAN„Vent.
Towanda, Pa.. July trl, 180-11' ' -,....,,, • ..
- XTFiC ; 110t;TE TO - THI,LADEY
NOETII PENNsILVANIA TAILIMAD
Shortest and most direct Hue to Philadelphia. BA-
R:lc:lore; Wasliiugton, awl thi! South.
Passengers by this route , . take Pennsylvania . k
New. York Railroad train. passing Towanda at 7:15
A. 11.. make due connection at Bethlehem with Es
press train of North Penrea ilailmad; and arrive in
Philadelphia at 5:05 M., •tu time to take night
trains salter for the Aiuth or West.
- City passouger cars are at the IWpot ouarrival of
al train calmvey passAsseri to the various Depot , :
and to all snide of the city.
I . 4nee. North Penu'a Italirosd Depol, corner perks
amt Ahlerican streets. Philatlelphilto At 7:35' A. M..
le:riling at Towanda 5:15 P. M., 'saran eseninc.
Baggage Expreba collecta and delivers bat.%
gag"e p ofEtoo NO. 105 south Frith greet, Phi:a' '.1.41.1.ia.
Fr. ight'Fere [red at - Trent and :Coble Etrett a, Ply.la
dell - 1111i, and forwarded' hr Daily Fut Freight train
to Towanda, and all IgLuts In Stta.inehanna wailer
arith quick dis tteu. - ELLIS CLARKE.
(jell. Agt. 'N. P. It. n., Frgnt and Willow Ste.
May 16.-157 D,.. Pniladelphia.
, rri I - LOWS ELECTRIC !
Almedical preparation which tends to. renwie all
i linnaturaLururcrties when applied, either on 3lanor
1 Ileast. It is roneetted, by alt who have used it, to
Ibe the best aaeistan& to nature in the restoration of
aireeted parts to th,eir natural, fun:Alone. Which the
imdlezi world has ever receir'eti. It has Cured many
1 , ca , e.; of Illientealisna.which Could uot be reicised by
. 1, any other medicine. It is used by many of our bed
I Ish. , e.clans for that rurnoi.e ?a also unsurrat , ,ed
~ in the care of Corns, Chilblains. Cramps. Contrat ,
i Con of Mooch , . etraiiis. Sperm:is. Waimea and Son s
' of ail Linde. It I. celled, by th oie who hate used it.
the best medicine for Herres' in the tnarket.- Is'al.
..;;.2ye "Auft. epectly. and effectual. '. Every bottle guar
'd 'anleed to.nlee satisfaction, or money refunded. ,
yor sale by Ali Druegtste and dealers In medicine.
11. I . :I:OWNING TAYLOR.
a 142 3 - 10 a Role rropriotor and Ifanufacturcr.
21 t+.4l 07
$210(1 ( )
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