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This' month he Seson - will begin'
to change,'Wh7 i tender plants will,
have to be. pr4" . arga:for.lheir . winter
iters, an. i _7iii:Tect to tne house
•in October. %itch as \have ,been
planted_out have to be raised
and `carefully i otted and] kept
shady situatio tilt they recover from
being disturbe 1, :as they are more or
less liable tell , se part of, their fol
_ iagp. , ak - en - -IK4M the open
(..u.ounct beive opreftd the opera
tion; sortie Sri 1, need cutting down
• 'and - divesting of their' foliage alto-
Itether; 'if. they cannot .be moved with
cl the roots; give plen
ty of whter_af ier potting, and keep in
u coot , situatio .
now begin to flower;
tip .neatly, and "give,
good . watering of lick
his- will make them':
w much' stronger, be
g the tubers for anOtb.--:
have them tie
Ilia • Guano;
tto.tr.r wad gr
si O. ..-. g i ninie asi
fine kinds inay bo in
i cuttings of the yo
acing their in a coo
shoot-:, I,y ',1)1
plants - of many kinds
removed towards the:
this month. -
Petunias and Verheri
d , from crittiMis not',
t for , pmts
l unms struck-frlinfe
small pots,and eiscour_
th_ to flower, this' fall.
Orange:may - 6411 :Il e
sap runs, and oily
[ant a Double Peach,
•priip . gat ,
f r li.;;:: t, 'off i
I,::Rto11 o 2
v - 1.;;;.11 se
.r. , laptc(l for
pit - off ill gm
little !Lore w
Hite ornamental. whdn
.toms, And 'admirab
htandara on lawias.
ns raised from cuttings,
11 pots, and as the old
to grow freely atc.:d a
s.—As the leaves begin
V be more snaring of
Ltav now lge, • taken up,
.1 planted again. •
~`Anyrillus, and other
niav ho taken up the.
the niontln _
Luni,, Oxalis., Ida, 1 ,
ri r.ll sncb, repot in mlt
ts; select the strongest
'r to sin soots, whichl,i's
flower,- . and ; Lave a Uue
lg. in the house, which
Priniroses: =Repot a!nd
rd;. seedlings repot'] in
uul keep iu a shady s4n-
I'. , .?sc's wil
f• 1139.11 i•ots,
will - 11011" have forined
op dress , the tubs or Ps"
soil, - and give frequnt
l ' : . fres;l watcr; this keeps
clean, and hardens!. 'lie
1,- liesides giving : them a
nany kinds 'may be . tow
)ansics, Stocks, Mignon
'summer,- and- such; j for
lirongh the minter prepare
I, light soil, ( - with a little
If SO %VD , ::: St , s '
` l d • (ttte,. Arix
/ ( .7411ttill
Ty(1(.1, v 2
4eg , linss, Orlox.r9rps,
all like a shady
..erirtg is required to have
-..T.etien, and there is rioth
beautiful when in -tine or-
fleet ien srmirld be without
thcy_r are plants for ,L . ? ' the
in the summer, -whan all
plants are , out , of • 4ors,
a continual:bluer:l &trim*
-I.llinnt-, , r months.
i47.11'', N% - . Li
tzti . NV:I
-7. - -Q: , ':•: . 11 111, li:,
(ivy; 11c) t
lardy lin - J.llll(ms° Pants
iii;r:.ovtr, and gettiuss in
0 - mare in; repot midi if
I 1 line and tie up neatly be-
Ing in tLo Louse, and be
divest Wem of the diffprent
infest them,' therehrguying
ble when in the hotie, - as
r_itions.are'injured for !want
1 •ri. ro 'in „homing phini - 74:
lii ‘. 'l4
1 7 ! . 1. 1 ..ih0'35
- 1.i!c...1 , 2.i1: I:
[0.:,.. 1 ring
toN:. con ' CATTLL.---Vxdy,,
farmer who uses gtanehions
t there is somethinn-frqug
augemenf ; he SeesthaTho
1::. 1 1i , ,wf; to
ie given a particular', ani
n almost every herd One or
Aires 'extra food or case. - It
own that some CONVi3 are
mg Ai - their food as Others,
ecouut of poor
their - natnral habits. (Then
lon open manger animals
in food-rapidly, willilswla-:
.Nefore theth and stall i their
~ neighbors, and, to,more
- tkeomplish this, we have
ii theta upoii,AheirAnees.
raightYeach ti greater dis
,oate rin:intals also, that have
,_..ry, often act very'sh+dly, -
ffTlil arr.v - the fochKT alia.e-to keep
' • .. i Cic:,i,fiist, keeping their own_ allow
aura -to hisurely' consume, or work''
oYer ;lad gather the - I.3tt, - after the
„\ other, is gone. Somepmes grain or
.., \\ roots arc fed to a fewlarct not to the
'\ \ whole, a - id. in t-hiz - ',Case . with ” open
A man the neitibivinv animals- are
':cct inio-i stv.te,of agitation., and they
i'eac'll-a.nd struggle tat:Obtain altaste.
If - the,te . :ll is given .dut .of ' bight of
Others;* such - commotion occurs.
n-, this faulfma-y_lie easily remed
ied by- d ividiu -,,. :the ma.ri er, into se"
tirr.i.s wi,h\boardS, allowing etkeli 'mi
. mat, spnee et oil ;h to contain just the
food allotted 0 him.. -The - ouN dif
fieulty inn i
sing lose mangers s'feed
,sfocks,,, nt, this is ol.)iated
1:y. clltt ng them .`apice eT twice .in
two, or .or feeding them outof doors,
whiiii it by-far the best way 'when.
the-coultion of the 'ground and the
.)scathe will adinit of it...--,Q./tih Far
i :? ..
Im: 1 ariiict.ncho •refuses — to , learn
frOni le.better 'practice of his neigh-
Lori; a,. a depe,adi - lsolely upon I -
( - Aill p i Tsonal experience, . May
coitp l ed to_ the little - : sprint, In
ling frdm the earth-always the sw,
while tile farmer of more en,a4
V:ind, who,tidops , ,the better p.-ael
s ncighbOrliood and pro its
improvements around.- hi
like..ned ..to a noble rivl
fed from • *many, 'fort taf:
ieh bears. upon its ';bos O nt t'
.lat-ed wealth of experience.
-well the' oontrast here pre
bctween; the narrow,4inded
who is exhausting the [riches
oil which- Providence.design-:
)osteritv - and the pro, , Tessive
whosc . faborsnre adding mill
the product 6 Of the - country.
tr,OTTE.'llas a pettiON foot,
tr , h,e says IF ton w Irshap
IZSiIENT will- buy $4,000 . 000 of
I ,soli is,oofl,ooo pi gold claw Sep.
ed to be
I - NAMWRY & =OMR SHOP:
The undone , good hiring" purchased I the Ironedry
and /Lachine Shop lately
_owned by John Carman,
are prepared to do all kinds of work to
their business, with promptness end
CYRCIILAR SAI MIILLS,
Lad all kinds of 1
MADE TO OWN=
mL ,_ l3
And all work warranted to give sittarkthan.
Of the latest and most imProvedkhzde • •
and kept constantly on hand ready for use.
Ein)F;EIILL, IRON il.tD WOODEN RFAXB
U uLTIVATORS, CORN PLOUGHS
1 0f all lands, and the Watt finprepeeneuta kept
constantly on hand.
LARGE AND SMALL SIZE
STET) AND SLEIGH SHOES,
And all bads of castings 1bai:1121LO to
March 80. MEANS & ROCKWELL.
NEW CARRIAGE" FACTORY 1
On Pine, boiween,Main and Second, Streets, back
of CI. E. , 31 - ason,k. Co.'s Bank, • ,
TOWAYbA, PENN 'A.
Ilespecttally announce-lb his Mead bad patrons,
that th have built a
where they WO constantly keep oalind a full assort
TOP AND OPEN EVIGIES,
I • •
PLATFORM WAGONS,, . :
TROTTING SULRYS, , / iND REIM° NS,
Made of the beat material andliniihed in the beat
city style, llte long' ca r peltittles in city Carriage
Factories gives them a decided advantage over othets
in the \
of his Wagons. An they asks.la an
INSPECTION OF HIS. WORK
previous to pu,reiltug, elsesthero.
ALL WORN WARRA . NTED TO OIVE PERFECT
Thankful for liberal patronage sforratkly ex
tended and respectfully ask • continuance of the
HENRY ;81 . IILLN
U. 8. CLARK.
Towanda, May 24, 1870.—tf
THE OLD MAIN STREET
Still continual the ; manufacture of
CARRIAGES AND WAGON Z,;
Of every description, the, old stand of G. H
LSTF,S T STYLE AND, FINISH
I <,~ -
In the 'manufacture of wagona-liothing to used but
EST STEEL 'AXI;ES,
C_O POSITION. BQXES
PLATFORM SPRINT WAGONS
The best Eastertt stock is use/ In the manuftettwo
of Wheel& Spokes aro all rived out—not yawed.
• ALL WORE. 4LL , , '
- 11-1" ALL Wonx 3FAILItASTED.' - u.a.
.40./9.7i SAME BRYANT
. Still continuo to =nut.. ie their celebrated
HORSE POWERS CLEANERS,
and will sell a better ireschMeil for leas mice,' than
na be had elsewhere in the world. We claim fbr
• onr machines that they will do as much, «rummy,
ilasn any oilier, an‘l;:are mori4 . lfirably Milli. `We
Versmislly eeperiotend our w lc and see that it is
well aceiii We • will send I „
Of all kind&
LAUGH. IEO7 IMITLFS
HENRY :STULEN E C0.,-
NEW BRICK CLRILIAGE FACTORY.
Finish, Style and. Durability
IMPAIRING. rncimrnx/k.L.CDED TO
MAIN. °MEET, 'IOWAN - DA, .PA
the work is all of the
L 3 Light Work
Re pt constantly on, hand
WARRANTED EQTJKL TO ANY
As to finish, ani as tci durability
SI:PERIOD, TO ANT IN I'HIS SECTION
of 'our roailiines, on application.
ONE AND TWO HOiISE POWERS,
Owed Two Horse 7111LESHER E SZPERAFORS,
1118.SSIIER arid C:LEALITIM .
cmLiFLAitt Ain liami AO/ lalla t
SAW AM) O8& MILL ort done to order,
Give Ds a call before pu7,larnf
•va "CYJ aaokiyuit !sicitav
0 - aooaa.
Aug. 2. 1889.
The undersigned Wing built a fitice and comma
dims Mill to the Itarotigli of Towanda, and filled it
with the mold modern and improved machinery,' for
the manufaeture of
WINDOW BASE •ND BLINDS
.ro prepared to fill enters. whetherjsrge or tmati.
upon theAtiortest notice. SVe have Web a large, va
riety ofNOt.p . DINGS, of the 'Latest style and pattern.
which g6 - bah furnish much cheaper thin they can be
•-. : GitoOVlNia. •
• - • €0.3511(0.
'And all other work pertainingtodolnerir.willbe dope
to salt our ctudomers.
Persons building, sad. not living more that . ' twelve
to fourteen miles distant. will and it largely for their
interest to buy of us, or bring their lumber and have
ft worked by our machinery. Print year grist of
FloOring. or 'other lumber. 'load whda your team la
feeding, have it ground out 'and take it" tome with
We will pay 'CASH for *lig Ain WIEHLOCY
Will= delivered at our lumber yard. Come sod
mos ma, or Kral can't corne.lwrite. • .
Sir tebl WA- !..4 1 39Pingt4 6 00-
T "II AB
AND [ 1
MOST C- O M
Ever opened In this make
and far sale at the
W. A. CHAMBERLAIN.
Mr. b. has justTenumed frm the city, and flat
ten himself that Ws stock has been bought atbot-
torn Ames. and that be,
mer.to purchltters of/
MERCUKS NEW B
Is constantly receiving
of &U descriptions. Al
CLOCKS OF ALL sriiEs ,Yllok THE CHEAP
EST TO THE BEST.
GOLD, SILVER A 1 . 403 ifrEEL SPECTACLES AND
EYE•GLABSPs to at an cams of impaired sight.
NEW PATENT ACCONODATING SPECTACLES.
BY this patent I am enabled to exchange Glasses it
way time withont extra: charge. oau and see.
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED
AND war.i . arrso;
Towanda, Dec. 8, 1870.
IMPORTANT I . TO ALL WHO
VALVE THEM SIGHT:
The eight of the aged assisted, the weak strengthen
ed and the perfect preserved.
MILLADELPIIIA 'OPTICAL LCSTITUTF,
For the manufacturing of the '
CONCAVE CONVEX, CRYSTAL LENSES, LONDON
wo= AND =TED °LARS POR TZAR OR IN
The Concave Corivei Crystal Spectacles, made by
the above institute are now a long time before the
public, and the rapid and Increased demand for them
combined with the '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 niajonty of Spectacles, (mostly Imported) and
no matter how fine the frames, contain but apoor
and worthless article-Of glasses, (generally cast or
pressed;) they are made to be sold only, without
any calculation respecting benefit to the eye, and
therefore the great complaint of poor and weak
sight. Thousands are using disuse now which tire
and fatigue the eye, where the Objects get dim after
short usage, or require an interisely strong light
and therefore destroying the sight: which, were they
, properly suited , would be preserved a life time.
The advantages claimed for the Concave Convex
Crystal Glasses are the following •.
The Lenses are groind of the best material, pure
and hard. and made ohly for optical purposes, they
are therefore not liable to get scratched or dim.
They confer a brilliancy and distirictness of vision
not found in any other glass.- j
They eon be toed , squally well by day or candle
light without tiring or fatiguing the yes in are ground roe , eee , true in the con
ease conses.nlirrori according to the philomephy of
nature, and shape of cornea of the eye. therefore
assisting nature only instead of forcing it.
That the lenses are centered correct into the frames.
They can be Used longer than anY other slaws_
without changing to a higher power.
The frames are made strong and durable by ape
rienoed workmen and warranted to give satisfaction.
• . , WM. A. CHAMBERLM
Dealer hi Watches. Jewelry and Silver Ware, Towan
da. Pa., has the sole Agency for these glasses in
. Bradford county. No Pedlars employed.
fluty 12, : , o -ti
AFSS_E.. J. l , KINGSLEY,
• Wlshes to tuba= the tidies of Towanda and vicinity
that she keeps constantly on band s bine fupply of
MILER. ' "RY
Goods, suitable to the season. Thanking her pat
rons for their liberal patronage heretofore, she as
sures them that no exertions will 1;?• spared to en
sure a continuance of -the alone. She also has,' fine
HAIR AND FANCY GOODS,
Bid Gloves, -.
• Linen Collars,.
• • •
I have also reopened. to connection with the above
thy DRESS 3LLEL'iIa establishment, and I am now
prepared to do •
1:1'..N0 and FITTING
In the latest i'aahlonithle atTlra on short notice.
Entrance next dodr to Fox & Murcia's, up 'tsars.
THE tINDEBBIGNED, HAVING
1 G E 8 T
ist the Ina eta a. PATCH • ca. la DOW WOWS&
Walter to the camas at BraUted Clow* sal viand,.
ty, slaw sod Inn sekeled dock et
that lan sal it u low Ilinnsa 9 can b. purchased
awake's. I so* oar to Mope:111os orphausA stock
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS,
AARON FLOUR, 4:IRA.TTATif DO
imc DO.. DIICIWILTAT DO. .
I kap anurtantly oa laud. POSIT. SAME. LARD, and
public to our Cant Bo Bait
In quilt, cr price. Jesse °skiers Celeinsted Isna
diy. New Work Chamkal mad Brown &op.
Please all and maim our doe/ of
Large toortment•of.YAßYEH NOTIONS. TOILET
SOAPS, &c.. &e I will pay the highestesali pike for
, &C., &C.,
Farmereddre us • call before selling elsewhere.
All persons Indebted to the let* Arai villlpleasecall
sad make immediate paymeat.
Tcnraada. Much. 13.1867
L now on exhibition
11-known store of
can offer better induce.
at-cLua goods than any
.r north et
OCR% rOWANDA, PA
so-s solected assortmeot of
S, FINE GOLD
a H. PATCH,
Bays au hand a large dock of
STOCK .OF TOBACCO,
C. B. PATCH.
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M . J. LONG:
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
WOOD, WILLOW, AND STONE RARE.
FLOUR, FEED, MEAL, &re.,
No. 1 PATTON'S nLock.
COR. 31A . AND BRIDGE STS
I desire to call the attention of the public to my
amwrtment of goods, which is always full and com
plete, and will be sold to my customer" at lowest
MT stook of
- TEAS, COFFEES,.
Have been parclaaed ginee the late reduction In the
tariff on them, and are offered at prices to ear.
Orders by mail or otherwise will receive oaten
and prompt attention.
Thanking the public for the, liberal Patronage
they Iwo giren me, I wish •?anthem:lee of the
CASH PAID FOR COUNTRY PLYJDUCC.
G OLD STILL COMING DOWN
AND trzsm 'bingo 77 Tint
GROCERY d- PROVISION LINE,
I are now being offered at
dOWELL- - & 31YEI1'S
at prieek that cannot fell to matey all that they ars
determined not to be undersold by any one. They
_have enlarged their Stme by, building au that they
now hare room for the fresh supplies that are daily
received by them. They have coanected with their
store a Market where they now keen fresh meats to
senly the quarter or piece, inn a fall supply or Gro.
ceries and Provisions, to which they would ‘2ll the
attention of all cash-buyers. Come and examine our
Goode and' Prices, before purchasing anti satisfy
yourselves. - Ne gement^e ail giodit to give entire
satiestactiaa - t We are thankful to our customers for
their past liberal patronage and solicit a continuance
of the mama. . COWELL k 211 - 121.
Dec. 20, 1869.
OOLEY'S . BAKING POWD
The very gest ever offered to the public,
jun 15,71. FOX & =Bain
GO TO TAYLOR & °OBER -
For your Now Bptialg Ettat.
GO TO TAYLOR Ar, GORE'S
For a New Driass Suit.
GO TO TA,QLOR & GORE'
Per New Spring Styles in► Pant&
GO TO TAYLOR & GORE'
ror a New Spring ,(.
GO TO TAYLOR & GORES
For all the Latest Stylei: in Cns-
torn and Ready-Made Clothlncr.
GO TO TAYLOR & ,
For Hats and Caps, ; all ttio Lates
0. B. PATCH.
GO TO TAYLOR & GORE'S
For Gents' Furnishing Gool;,
Bows, Ties, &
ALL WORK AIT.AR4NTED
CUTTING DONE ON SHORT
TO THOSE GETTECO THEIR
You abonli ittudy two t!aingw. First,Cc;
GET TELEM,WLIERE curnirsLi
IS WADE i/
WIIELE THEY ARE soLp anal,
. 1 .
And to order to he able to Bella t,...,0f.1 - extlele cbrlP
the merchant most understand h a l.osinesa, and
know how, where and,what to b y as a practical
man does; and a .
In all Ita branches X prt.fers to tr , , iniing had
PICHITEEN YEARS EXfERIENCE
In the businees. Hare been a cutler to eome of the
I 'do my own buying, selling ir.d cutting. and
divide my profits with no man. so put Iran of it will
do—and with tow rent and other! pu t
portion, thus making the cost of, carrying on time
business very small.
Tln rti,4sig the •lwrc you will & Idly it is that
I CAN SELL GOODS; CHEAPER
Than men following the busineelt, and having no
knowledge of it themselves, hare 4 employ others at
large salaries-t 0 attend to it, aret customers most
pay accordingly—as they, like rayielf.
DO BUSINESS TO LIVE BY IT
If yon-tioubt the aboTo atateme be Tourism]
Merchant Tailor. Mridati St., Towanda. Pa.
EUREKA! EUMIKA! !
'stir: OLD CLOTHEsa HOUSE
n.oseniield .I'.. Worn
THE PL- ACE FOR IIARGADIS.
BICIITbT A.ZD itk)ST BEAVTLITL A7inoliY ][ENT
MEN AND BOYS' GEOTHING
TO ACCOMItODATt ANY PURSE
serer leave an old friepd for a new one:
nemember that ItOSIM'FIEIf t .DI • & WO4l , ar
permanently located here, and e4n offer greater in
ducements topurelmers than' any other hamae In
It is the Interest of gentlemen jin this section to
corns arid bring all their boys, and giro their goods
,examitutttou. ' I
-'Consider the fact that you 4 buy at 1108:EN
FIELD it WOLYrii. boantihd and substantial Cloth
ing for a mere song.
.GOOD MOLASSES FOR 50
c cct Pir Wien 701 k =taws.
I Oct. 6:70. 1i
CLaTIIMI MADE TO' O*DEIt.
NEW YORK 'ITY
Everybody h 3 diacaertad that
'Oni door south of Fox Tcrenes) ie
They now havo a great storT Um.
To be found outside the cittee.
Their goods area
TO SUIT ANY TASTE„
CHEAP . ENO!IIGH
DOFT BE DECEIVED!
K ~Lpo ~ ~
'F r Eu) it WOLFE
Grooeiies sal Provisions.
•:i f I .441•61fi v.t.fyvil,l
wow . moms sums Kaar one=
♦ now mil ocumpicAs Mock at
GROOMES AND PROVISIONS,
Ind& be mold at Me lowest - poeeible pekes.
1:0;401MilertrIfin7D 1 ;100141v(eNt:1
MODERN STONE WARE,
' I OlDririrlir'.7lS-Milrer/TMNI
Sting on yomr produce, which we pay cash far
- ' DAIRYMEN,
‘.. . •
• constant 4 of Aaht o n Salt, all sized dawn.
nutter Firkins Tubs. kc. '
Incase call an look tbrongh our stock. and we will
do our beet to ple ' you. W. A. DOCEWELL.
Towanda, April 1869. .
GROCERY ‘A.ND PROVISION
3IcCABE fi EDIVADS,
. litolessle and 1 elall Dealers In
%IELCIM'S 'SEW BLACK. TOWA.NDA. n
We do not deem It.r.ecessary to entrizierlte, an tic.
diferent artkles iee-4ero.',-.onrzsso:tment Is ,
ALWAYS' - COMPLETE.'
We iell nutting but
kI c R S T ASS GOODS
Cash paid. for
,Parmcrs Produce. -
Marcb IS7O. WM. EDWARDS.
ALEIICUR aro now receiv
ing a fresh stm.k. o: Goods in their line, laenght
since the let Jannary, to.which they invite the at
tention of their friends. We keep the largest stock
in twn. Our goods are fresh and desirable. We
isrll st loweit market 'irices. •
Jan. 19, 1,471.
DRESH AND NEW TEAS, bough
since the rteent decline in price, and "elan
chr3p at retail. FOX & 31E11Ctli.
MEMCI2[II are selling Gro-
series ii retaal. • Jul. 19. 1871.
- ox-k MERCER :Ire selling Sew
and Froth Good& Jan. 19, 1811.
VOX & 3LERCUR aro selling Gro
reties cheap. Jan. lt!, 1871.
po X 31F.ItClat are'selling firs
1 class Goods only. Jan. 19,
FOX & are selling
cheaper than ever. , Jan. 19, 1871.
EIIEILI3ER that sve are selling
JLL. Goods at
R E T A,I L
And dist we won't be undernol.l.
Jan.. 19, 1871. FOX srr_ncutt
MICHIGAN FINE-CUT TOBAC
131_ CO—very ebni<.e—tit
Jan. 19. 1371
VOX & MERGUR do not. deal, in
Rhcddj thxxl se>. Jan. 19. IS7I.
Om CU.I.:iTOIERS can rely upon
gating the v o cry be_attlie rAarket'affords and at
lowest prices.. "E. T. FOX.
Triwanila, Jan. 19,1'1. • HENRY 3rfutcru.
EMENIRER THAT FOX & 3EEI
_Lt CUR ire retailing ail kinds of firoszrles at
wholoutlepriet.s. The largest stock in town. Goods
first class,— Fries low. E.:. FOX.
Sept. 29.'70. HENRYX ISERCUR.
THE BEST:, KEROSENE OIL IN
town by the 4 antity of retail at
. FOX it lIEII.CILIVS.
BAKERY ..ND DINING ROOM,
First bleclnorth of Ward blouse. 1
BREAD; I, CAKE,CRIC,KERS,
DA END'.F D A.'i L Y .
Anil ac. 1.1 at: Wholerale - and Itebtll.
In our DINTSG IZOC , AS wo will accommodate the
public wl.e:thcr a I.lincti o; a pay). trial at all
times nit . day 'and evening. -
OYSTF.ES AND ICE CREAM ON 'I:FAINTS Drill:NG
'1 , 4..•
/ago a flue a.....oitzwritof Oro•r-c ries, Confi-ctionery,
Fruit , . Nuts, Ae.
ruayl9lo-tf ' • D. W. SCOTT A CO.
The sutsc.ribers F.tin COLtaIUO to Imp ton!ftntly
on hands full and coral,leto assortment of every
thing pertaining to.Uielr br.sinces, consisting main
ly of "
81 7 14' . ; PORK, FRESH AND S„113
VEAts I POULTICi.
• BOLOGtA, DRIED 13E17,
FRESH FROM THE LICiES.
t oYSTErS RECEIVED DAILI
In their season
Parties wishing Oysters in large or small quanti
ties will be furnished on -short notice. at -the old
stand. Ctstrrnat.l Maustr. llontar.ye's Block. fast
door north of Pr. Porter.:
Cana. 0 Sza.tru, t . KELLUM tt 1117-I.OCS.
Tisco. Ifrr-tocx. 1
• Ftb. 21. 11k7U-tf -
THE BEST 4Nlj CHOICEST
IS SIIISLTACTLIIED AT
FI.CTORY NO. 1;
VD DISTRICT OF. MARYLAND
See s thatEvery Packago you buy beers that
Dec. 14. 1870
H. JA. C L O B Sid
MEN'S ANDI BOYS' CLOTkiisTG
'• • I aXp
r • •
HATS lAN ' Di CAPS.
All gcrods warrantc4. and sohret' the lowed rstak
South storo la ileldlguatt's block, Malu-st. tuylSl:l
M . ARSHAtL BBQTHERB
MERCITIVS NEW BLOO.IC,
.A. Nicr A. me, r,
Tar coat. We bays on haa4 and are reoek/eg a
- large stock of
HOUSE FURMHING GOODS,
Onr Paints, Oils. ke., are or the' beet quality and
will be sold very low. ' We aro silo agents for the
SCHAGHTICOKE POSER co.,
L Tory lax& and nuouiaciorod out of the bat
The beet cooking "toe* in nee; ant every \ oe4ve.
warranted to give satisfaction. March 10,
Fox k MERCUR'S
Is fhb ploso to boy 614 Idnds of
BLINDS. GUNS. PETIT.,
AN.D LEATEIIM DELTI2g6
AMERICAN STEAM SAFE,
,}'he only reliable Fire Proof Safe lade. klio
Il&L'01111 UAW BONE
Oar stock of
Wo are *leo prepares! to do Jobbing of an tirtA.
1;Ife are the only agent' for the celebrated new,
EMPIRE :COOKING STOVE,.
NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS
We are now olll4.ing at our Wholeasle awl 4etiil'
-' 'lO7 MAPS SMELT,
greate4t Inducements to those in want of s :
FIRST ;:7 ' CLASS FURNITURE I
rirr ofTf•r%l in this mazket-
The attention of the public Is expeciatly called,to
our recent boav purchases from the tate tircat 'Aue.
Lion Sates of "
CH AArRER- . AND P 41131,011
M - "CTPINI T IT IR, MI.
We,itre now offehar . , , ;
W.A_LNT:T MARBLE TOP SETS
AT $75 00. - Aid
NICE PARLOR , SETS, At
•Together wrth our Compete Stock of
BEDSTEADS, BUREAUS, CHAIRS
TABLES,, STANDS, SPRING- .
. BEDS, lIATRDSSES,
And In tact everything to be found in a First-elms
CHE.kPFX. TIIA* TUE CTlEArktir
T) EMI-MUER THAT WE ARE NOW SIANITAC
ft, turitrz, and do 'on",•r- goo4a of our osrumann
facture .itti.e.r than you can buy city•made piml
elsor!4re. Lumber tal. - en iu exen.:lngu for goods.
We: also furnish
METALIC r.via kL CASES, AND COEFZ'S
Of Every dEseripti”:l
13L'Iltii, ROMS,- CAPS. hr.,
Atia we alm) have the
Iu this section of country
43Cadat delivered to the De of free of charge
rAME - S O..FRosT S §o:is
Towanda. Jan. 11, 1871
ANOTHER . NEW FIRM. .
IF U 111. IST T. '1" u - n. la.
LOWER THAN EVED.. k
J. S. AIiI, Y N- A: .0 0 - .i -
Raving purchased the Furniture Store..-..0f
. 0. L.
Pia - dliatt in 3lercur's Mock, have added largely to
their stock. and non. offer
FURNITURE , i ~
Of ev'ry •description at prices which Iva.
Haring purchased the stock for (IASI!. they fee
warranted in\ saying that they can offer greater in
ducern,nta than any other . establishruent id the
county. Towanda. April 26, 1571.
Boots and Shoos.
GRSAT - BARGAINS' IN
sn BOOT' AND VIDE STORE,
Sonth end of Wird Rowe;
The ttroliirsigned are resiciyir4 a Large sua,l,
laded stock cif" '
Y .ND SH(YES
B 0 T S
Suitable for the
SUMNMS'AND i'ALL TRADE,
licbleh.wo offer low for Cub. Consisting of
AND CHILDREN S - WEAR.
SEWER AND PEGGED BOOTS
MADE TO OLDER
REPAIRING NEATkr DONE
g.ND READY WIIMi PROXL9ED
,Thankful for past !Ann, a Porldt'3 continuance
of the sanTar"
Towanda, April 5,1649
TtOOTS AND SHOES ADE-AND
J. C. 'NELSON, j
Ilas made arranireinents to accommodate 'customers .
that are constantly' boots and Shoes for
new soles. etc.. and have had to leave - them, to their
Past disadvantage. until anoth'er day. The constant
tall for this kind of work, and the desire to Dice it
done immediately. has Ludt:Lad me toinaka such ar
rangements that you need net return home-
Without your solo tiding renewed and yotmheels set
For prices that are hoiii;st and perfectly fair.
Ladies that hini gaiterw.that-are broke at the toe,
To this repair-shop is 4 — &6 for to go
To get them re-ramped; "neatly tipped or lialli•soled,
And your feet wellOrqtected from the wet and the WA
New work we Mu-make you - With the, above double
We can make them for you thin, or we can-give them
to you thick,'
We eau make them with high heels, or we can giVel
them to you flat.
So yet. need not stager with a brierMemr hat.
N.B.—Good cider vinegar for sale loy band or gal„
Front of Methoelist church, Main street. ,
Towanda Dec. 1;,W0. .
OOFFELF.i TEA:, SUGAR, FISH 2
N.../ ..tc., wholesale and retail, . i • '
- July 1. -- - McCABEAk MIX.
I'ISH .PORK, HAMS AND LARD
"COWELL & 11YEIM.
Drugs and Uthitio.
R. H. C. PORTER,I3ON & CO.-,
OLD - CAbbi. DisIIG STORE,
09iner. Main azulL,Piao Streets. T0r4414 PL.
titan reoently added largely to their stock. &Mend
e.... plate assortment, constituting m ettenOve Vb.
Seg. eirdssciag many article* need to the Asti for
inechanical purposes, cared ulleielected with
to the previa sive wants of the public, which wl ll ll
korre a constintly supplied with fresh purchases, end
ma the mast rmeonable Mime at Wholesale or
eta. consisting of ,
[• . .
. . Dnros; MitICJSII4; Ctuonceis, •
PAINTS, 02LS. YLltiall. • - . •
PLECT. VAILNIS}4. \NIEL Axe:PTAS/1;
And LltklDds of Brushes,
KEROSRNE OR COAL OIL,
Lew* sUADIEB, WICKS, ansmErs.
Sperm. Lazd, Whale.lcreatsFoot.
TANNER'S ANN . ILIMENE OILS;
- Fanny and Toilet Arlinlaa all.thiti - variety.
SPON4:II23,:IIIWSIIES, SAPS. comas,
POCKETBOOKS, PORT MONAIS,
Pocket Knives, Razors,
TOOTIL EIIEM AND HAIR .krizeaßanoxs,
PURE WISES AND LIQUOIZS,
T9BAEgq, SNUFF, rIPE3. AND CIOARSi.:
•OardeMPield and Flower Seeds, Trusses, Sup
porters, Suspensories. Shoulderzliraces. Breast
Pumps, Diethimj Wants. Nursing Bottles,
Nipples, Nipple ediells su.l Shields, Syringes,
Bed Pans, Self-Sealing Fruit Jan!, 'ilk:- •
mouteterso' Flavoring . Extracts, Stone •
Jags. Glass Wire. Bottles, Vials, Corkii, Bath
Erick. and Store Blacking. Fish Iseir.le, Am
munition, /yr.:Botanic, Eclectic and llomoTath-
Ls Medicines. and all the piqiuLar Patent
All arti,lei warranted an represented. Perilous at
a illpitance can receive their or‘b•rx by atace or , ,
Irluch w.ll receive prompt aml careful attention.
-Heavlal advice given grata:l,4.ly :it thc. (non;
char,nul only tarnat•ltrinec
Thanlaill tor East liberal Fitt oni,;e, Would ICA.
pcctfully antiounc•oto their thendAand the public,that
bn pains! *hall be 'spared to eita,ty, and io.rit, the con
tinuation of their confid. , nce and .
are vreacriptions trona 9 to 10
acct Ithit: to 1. and 5 to 6 p.m.
• - "H. C. 11/11TElt.' SON ,k. 0.).
July I. I<o.—yr: •
. 1.1 9 . -N
137 MAD; .STREET, TOWANDA., I'l,.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
- • DRUGGIST.
. .--.4' • .
The sabstsiber v.:spec:Aridly announcri4 tothi, put.
110 in vneriE that he has-on hand . a laCgr anZ well
sleCted dwelt of 4
DRUGS. . . • MI:DIMES
'•-. ~." CIIFIIICA.II3, , I'AIiCTS, ,
OIL, • VARNISHES ; ~ : ..
WINDOW GLASS, .
. • • • DIE ISITTYS ...
. ..te....te. - .
All the popular Patent Medicines of the dar.l
PURE WINE `-AND
, . •
1.. .; PERFUMEIt Y.
,1 - ~ •
Fahjo.ad Toilet at .
So*T's of rcery deScription, . .
Datihng,Surgeohr, amt . COICY.KoII Sponges,
itair Brmate.4, ..
. - ' DreAlnw.Cotult.."
Pocket and Vine Corub#. 1 '
, . " Toilet Powder. i '
- ruff Dotes. -
Toiith . Powders;
S , - Tooth Waskies; '
• and' Tooth Sozpi.
dtut other artie!,l4 1..-1,)h., , h.h.; to the Drug,L-ade too
ntunereux tueution. the Agency' of the,
GREAT S. 'IPA...COMPANY,
. - .
. . • ' i. . *.ss
To purchasers of g .i.s in their line. $ '
.Pl:yßi6ane prescrip t : an
~ .l Ilitnily' receipts C. 7 1:
pounded by persons t *uglily eonnetent. at all
boors of the day or uig ._ .
ThankfuT for the past beral pationagii, I re
speetfullysoheit i counduanee .of the shine. pleill.i.
Inc myself that uo effort shall be sr.artql to wake
ray.ertablishment second' t? none iu this*etion.•
Dr. T. F. iladill tuac lie / insulted. atNhis store :is
heretofore. . . F. W. DROWN.
TAYLOR'S CELEBRATED OIL!
TLe Great Rheumatic R.-msdy shOuld be kept and
used by every Firmer that. keeps either Cattle or
Ilorses. every Teamster and Livery Stable Keeper, '
every Physician and Horse Farier for it will many
times cure pain and lameness whetrkall other meal- .
'eine§ lAve Miners and 21tadroad Men
should certainly keep it. for" it is unsurrassed for
bruses and sprains. .:Biaelismiths 51.v.11,1 keep it
for their own use. and ter their custoraers tet.der
footed horses. .as nothing Equal; it for t2nder feet.
Every body Ea:Tering from pair. and lameness of any.
kind, burns, ents, woundscorry eruption of the skin.'Corns, ClulnLains atiy. 'disease r.quiring an
outward application should certainly keep thi, cele
.brated medicine. Every bottle warranted to- give
satistacM.n. For sal. , by Dr. 11. C. Porter Son S Co.
P , .r4...x trl y.si IF. 11:,. I:rown Druggists. Towanda:
Pa. 4 X - 11.1 every Druggist and dealer in Brad
ford and &flotilla,: counties. •
Johnstott.4ll+re.way Ana l4v.lrn, wholesale rate at
602 A tYkstrekt
Wholesale Agents. 11. ISROW.NJO TAYLOR. •
Julyl9'74-tf. • Proprletor,Leßays,vilfe, Pa.,
to any person producing any Medicine showing half
as many tivir.g.-pernitinent cures .as Pr. Frrr.F.ifs
lritr.ratrzc. ItLannir. Used inwardly,
only. pica ant Medicine, free fronl .injurmuA
Warrr ant,h. under oath, to hflve is2rinam‘r.t.
ly cured-55 in every 1. - 0 patients treated in tte p stt
ten years. (See testimony). It is thescic titifiepre.
scrintiou rr0t..704. Id. D., a graduate of •
the ' l - nivrsity of Pennsylvania, A. D„ .. 18.33,—n0w
One of Philailelphia'Wohlest re.zular physi;iacs,
Professor orChenii , try and Toxieology,—wizo'has
'mule Neurhtia. Chrome and Inflamatory Ithenina
tism the specialty °this entire professional lute—a
fact vouched for by the signatures acc-Juipanying
each bi•ttle,•ail other testimonials of many promi
nent renowned physicians and el, , rmuen. To pro -
teet sufferers frona•poisoliOns quack nostrums and
useless expenditure of money, a legal d: guar
antee. stating exact number of bottles • " nted to
cure. Will lie forwarded gratis to aria (.rer. send-
Ing by ',tie; a full description of at} ction. In case
of failure to cure, amount paid positi - velv refunded..
Medicine sent anywhere by express..collect on 'l de
livery. Afflictcd invited to write for advice; all in
-formation and medical advice sent by letter gratis;
Address Dr. J. P. ITTLER, 29 . .Sonth Fourth street:
Philadelphia. Pa. The Remedy is sold 'or - obtained
' by Druggists.
GEO. MeCABE k, SON
Have just r.xvivel g,.4! 13.;zet,t aw;kortitertt 'of
NE A 12., 13 1.1
I:Ter othlbiteil 14(41tion. to aLicA they
'mite the attention of thopublic.
IaILIIF.AS M. CLARK
They'keep on hand or furnish tp order
TOMB STONES, MANTLES,
. • Of every style,
Persons . in want of anything in our limo- arm r\
sportfully invitea.to call and - elattiirte our .tock-
T0ww: . 43,.31ay 1, 1871
ALL KINDS GROCERIES'AND
provisions.at wholesale and retan, st
O. B. MTCH'IS.
, For Medicinal use,
I AN 0/TEI:
$5(10 . WILL BE PAID
AMERICA. _A,NIS ITALIAN
. - •
AT THE LOWEST-TERMS:
31cCABE & SON
N ATIs3NL LIFE
co. cif 173..
eARn exriza4. $1.000.001 , - rAID is MU:. •
tbabzred. by C9ngramg, 1t548. "1„
CLADMiCE. 11. CZA.RX, Preahlent ;
J&T COOKE, Chairman Finance and pa, Cfm..
=ink D. COOKE. Vice Prealdcat ;
ESIZILSON W. DEET, Secretary and Actuary
The a c dvantsgealof the InxurAn.,
L. Wis-akNationil Company, charteraipy
2. It has a paid - tip capita of Ono Mintr,ri - D„H,
3. It offers 14 , * rates Of preruithas ;
4., It furniti 111 larger insurance than other ro
patties, . fialtie •Money ;. _
6: It is definite" certain ;• - '..
6. There is re,- pOitaibillty of Juisrepreit..num i ;
sgents„or misunderstanding flyoliey-ive. ;,
7. The policies are plain contrarts.:to moo, i : ,
. ranee for so mach money ; - •
S. All policies are non-forii Wing ;
D. The polietes are'exemo ( rum attachimnt.
E. W..€l.Ali,E !F. CO.:franker?, Vtalwit fp it
D. S. Malir_
N. C. ELSIIREE & A. G. Y.A.goN".
..Agents for Towanda mud vie:Lay
Jan. 9. 180.'
GIIA RDIA,N MUTUAL
NO: 2:1 131.ZOADWAY, NEW 1.01:r
POLICIES iv Funcr.
AZINVAI. 17;CE.111E. over
All approveil tonne of Poildeg
Liberal maxlen for rgsyttlent
Policies non-forPrit..l,lc by their 't.
The entire profits of thg: (:otoiaoy
ably among the Insured.
WALTON IL PECK FINIS, ri.q...11•Y.7. - I.
WILLIAM T. HooEmt.
Lucius II ADAMS. Sr. 's ayt, A,rl- tLy
.:-.1- 1 11rLADEL£111.1. RITE.I:I7SCE.i •
JAM CAORE & Co.. Bank'-r-‘.
k Co.; Baukent,
JOHN WooO'WE &
S. A—MERCER, Prest.
1. ISt Prrz.mioN, Pu4list:ler.
CAMP & NINC.ENT'S
SULl'a nee -Agene
F:RE, LIFE, AND .I;,CII,VI' I.c:-..L'I 6.
Policies .1' rittc and
Wi• aL ,,, in , nre artu,,,t. ail Col,:
, I HTN N 0 ,
Ti; buildings and ccateLtsVt•
OFFICE : ON MAT STLEI
3 , 1 1.. , 1
D IA.III7E - S F e ltz, IS7]
Pis INr, ,E
BL_ NK BOOKS,
Nov. 19. Iclr,S
AgitLr is reArecttnny informed that *)
r y ha been removed to tlie , •it-T ,
third etov, where Will be done
BOOK - sl`i 1.1 Stl
In all its vr,rgons brahebes..:n t, rt
•• the tunes '• will allow. • The B••:1.1 , y w..
the charge cf , •
11. c. wHrr.tr.r.R
An experienced Dinder. and all work a
done in a •ty - le and ri:anttir\whiclieanu•.t
in - every variety ill . stYie. Piirtienlar an- .
paid tty the Baling and Dirding et
To any detdred pattern, whlch tr. f1r,.1.:y
Linty -twill b. 4 watranted.
All work will be reaayfor del , r( , ry
.Tbe patToll3,7o of tke putthe is
ftiet patisfaction snaracteetl..
Towanda. Alp.nst 2. 1865—tf.,
TOWANDA .1 - 6
it - 10: I,:r
Tic sar•:irt, relent 'of -
some of the 1...,5t
L IS MB AV .A.G
661 - 21.1 E D AND OPEN 1
th market. I
used, and all work tua.74e'Sth ,
,•;,;;T:' • \
I'XFIRIE7`.;C ED WORKMEN.
We have tLn
r.i TEA r RE'SSI.I 31
sery Eat. lima so tlore.le- thzt e
little to do toNesztla tlletr decay. -
ermine on; itrrlE I,lore j u. 7
whir.c. l It<pairiu # u o
01.31Eiterit .Presf. G. W. V
Tovrai: , da liTu . y . 20, 1F.70
T BOLLES cO,
eJ • -
GENITAL 11: 1(1
COMM SSIOII len.]
• • SCRANTON; 1'
41:17E1t, EGGS: CIIF,ESE,
Am1 5 :.11 etbez Farm Proau.:
Ono of the Om having 'reside , ' in
the .fast ten years. and having all
anee with the business men c:ly
Merit that we can IVA t)rodito..... to ti e
faction of conalgpors.
. L. S. CIILTBUCTi. A. G. FRISIV.
11.1 N, Leßaysvillo,
S. G.. CIIAIFF.F, MARTIN MANN
IL J. CIirIIBITE. eLtiri siiOTM
rale, Pa.. .; •
3. E. BOCCE,
PL A S T Elt
, A full supply; of rectal. 111,11n•I t'
from Yauger. k•Co.',4 l.tv at th
un' at. mouth of Rututtierllol(l, ert:t•
' apl:l2'7l-3ra. .1X
N..) TEA., aml - Coe.`‘. , e, etteav, at .
June IS. 1871. '• . DA_
J. LEO .1:1;