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Draught Stook Beady for Spring
Whether we shall have a late or
an early spring is a question of fu
ture, solution, brit whether early or
late,levery good , farmer is, or ought
to bo aware of - -the fact that when
spring fairly oPens, there will be
"lota of work," for him and his helps
to perform. Now there is an' old
adage which reads :1" forewarned is
to be forearmed .'" The farmer Nilic•
losea sight of the important fact that
one-half of the, comfort, 'ease and'
economy With Which farm work is
pdrformed depends upon the method
of preparation for doing it, is one of
that plass who always , stand in their
own light.- A leading question with
the farmer ought to be, "are, my
horses in proper condition for spring
work? " andlif he is prudent he will
think over his winter method of feed
ing and carefully examine them as to
flesh, and other particulars which
will naturally suggest themselves as
soon las he dons hi thinking cap,and
goes Ito work in r earnest.
Let me remind him in advance
that :very much of he thinking pow
er of ; the horse or x depends upon
his weight. A lig t horse must sup
ply this power by asting muscular
action, therefore, every pound of
sound flesh thatcan be put on your
horses in the wintnr is so much add
ed td their power rind so much taken
frornitlie wearing p • -- :. which light
er animals are com• lied to undergo
in'Order to perfor •• the same amount
of work. •A horSe i br ox in good con
dition as to feed; is likely to be in a
good healthy condition otherwise-. A
:deck team looks t ier. and general
ly speaking works tier, than a lean
bony' one. Gene us feed in winter
not Only improve the appearance
bat the capacity 9 draught animals,
andle is a " penny wise and pound
fooliSh farmer, who for the •mike of
saving a little intim form of cost for
feed in the winter,lpermits his hors
es or, his oxen to be hooked._ to the
plow or the wagon in the spring •,.'
their, hip-bones and ribs plainly am
ceruable. Give yokirpatient, faithful
animals, good-strengthening, palata
ble food, and plenty of it. Do not
stint them in Wittier, Put let your
provision for the be liberal, and
you will be well r warded by having
more sightly and ore efficient tennis.
:Wherever pruTaTiTig has been neg
lected np to this erne, - it should now
be performed to snve bleeding at the
cuts. But better no prunning than
bed prunning. Different species of
plants require different modes and
times - of prunning Grapevines and
all ornamental climbing vines, make
rapid •grOwth during the early season
of growth andralke a greater ntun
ber of roots than they can mature,
hence in spring there are many dead
roots to he cut out: When the plants
cover the allotted space for them, the
live roots have all V) be shortened,so
as to make the pli.nts look tidy ; and
that also promotes greater quantity
of blossoms; and, the blooms are bet
ter displayed and are more - fragrant,
they knit more plenteously and the
fruits are better ipened and better
Fruiting trees need the branches
thinned but so th to the sunshine and
air will get into the hearts of the
"trees. When the ,trees are , too. much
extended, or are growing too luxuri
antly, the - ends of the , branches are
cut t , fl . a few inches or a few feet, ac
cording to the spread of the trees.
Stone fruits seldom need branches
thinned out, but they are all benne
fitted by the ends of the branches
and 'twigs being,cut off, say from ap
inch to a foot cut oft that is called
" shortening in prtuaning." We have
seenia wonderftil renovation "of old,
decaing fruit Itliees within a few
years back, -upon the- wealthy estate
of General Pleaspnton, near rhila
delphiar,by pranging, scraping and
washinglhe stems, and part of the
brariches, and di ' ing and manuring
around their ro ts. The trees are
now , -in' a most t rifty and fruitful
state, and inihe I' full prime of man
hood, " as it is called.
In prunning Shrubbery, all the
species 'hose blooms. are. produced
on top, as the lilac,' should only have
the slickers cut out and the branches
thinned ; those whose blooms come
' out upon the side of the shoots, are
cut on top to shorten and make them
more bushy.--E.t r .
THINS ABOUT THE vrABDEN Now.—
llow often havel we commended to
those having sufficient ground for a
garden, and especially farmers, to
pay increased attention to this im
portant ' appendage of family com
fort. Farmers, ELS a rule, are entire
ly too careless about- their whole
minds being placed upon their fields,
crops, stock, &c. The women would
in t most cases be Competent and glO-
ly willing to take charge of a large
portion of the labor necessary to the
proper cultivation of the garden, if
the men would prepare the ground
to their hands. Indeed it is a fact
that those whoparsue the cultiva
tion of.the soil ras their business,
rarely enjoy garden products in per
fection, just because they appear to
insist upon the error that they don't
Now is the time to think about
how. Abe garden can be enlarged and
the number and quantity Of the crops
increased. ' The Staff can also be got
ready for the additional fence, and
the fence itself er3Cted as soon .as the
weather- ill permit.
The little hot-beds- in which to
raise your 'tomato; cabbage and egg
plants, should nbw be repa ired and
got ready for dowing the seed as
soon as the thite rurives. One thing
must be remembered that there
should be r- d thr ideriv
ing st , pre
_....._ __. _ .
bones. Ali aro4irevery firm house
there are pieces Of old bonps, and if
an hour or two giyen to breaking
them finely and eavmg them where
the hens can. t them. the remit
will soon be iippirtint
_in the increase
eggs. - " _
Tite Joiiriud r? Applied Chem-
Wry ITCOMIXWII. , the use of a small
quantity of eubnlie add in paste for
laying paptr-homeialm and to white
wash. It will nentraliscr the disa
greeable odor .omimnent pan the
aeeompasition of the pia Aid also
repel cochroarbee and °ibex; insects.
A mesa. otit Tins; has just con
trived an infernal' machine for the
deistruction of crews, hi the shape of
a kernel of cork which eipbxlee on
being picked up h 7 the Reenspeeting
bird, and . blows ht? heed off 'without
the slightest •
FOUNDEBY & MACHINE SHOP.
The imderstmed bating purchased the Foundry
and Machine Shop lately owned by John Cirman.
aro prepared to do all kinds of work=ing to
their busineea, with promptness and
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
'Lind all tro : ck warranted to give satisfaction.
Of the West and most improved kinds manufactured
and kept constantly on band ready for use.
SIDE-BILL. IRON AND WOODEN BEM
CULTIVATORS, CORN PLOUGHS
of an kinds, and the latest improvements kept
constantly on hand.
STOVE CASTINGS E
kED AND Si 'MOH SHOFS,
AM all Wads of mitinfro turniabad to
March 30, 12.00. I SS k ROCKWELL.
NEW CARRIAGE FACTORY !
On Haw between Kilo and Second. littraeak back
at O. Mason t Co.'s Bank.
liaspactrally sominttra to us triewittad pttrona.
Vat: t t have built a
arbors thry wif constantly teep:on band a full wort
Stade of the beat material and thaildied in the beat
city style. Ilia long experience in city Carriage
'Factories gives them a decided advantage over others
of his Wagons. All they ask, is an
INSPECTION OF HIS WORK
it C .32
.~•. r :^.
And all kinds of
MADE TO ORDEIt.
Of all Was.
LARGE AND SMALL SIZE.
LARGE. lazol mamas
HENRY STULFS & CO.,
ELM BRICE CARRIAGE FACTORY.
TOP AND OPEN BUGGIES,
ItIOTTING MS" AND SEPT
Finish, Style and Durability
preeicras to purchasing elsewhere
ALL WORE WARRANTED TO GIVE PERFECT
Thankful for the liberal patronage formerly in
tended and respectfully ask a continuance of the
REPMM'O, PROMPTLY ATTMDED TO
Towanda. May 21. 1870.—tf
THE OLD MAIN STREET
Still continues the manufacture of
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS,
Of every deacriptiont e llaVaif. G. 41
YAMS STREET, TOWANDA,IPA.
Ste work Is all of the
PF:r .n MINT:TnF" . 7Mq
In the manufacture of wagons nothing is used bu
r C qj 1 3 4
To ether with the
In Light Work.
PLATFORM SPRING WAGONS
Kept constanUt on hazel
f The best Eastern stock is need In the manufacture
of Wheels. Spokes are all rived out—not sawed.
ALL 17011 X SOLD
WARRANTED EQUAL TO ANY
As to finish, and as to thunbility,
SUPERIOR TO ANT IN THIS SECTION
wr ALL Wotr. W
F'•U'MV;7 . 'T7:'M
IPL/ 91 /
BLOOD - & CO.,
awl ocrottan6 0 maziutoctFre theft celebrated
: • ; ' • • . 6) . kil
and will sell a better machine. for less money than
csabsbad elsewhere in the world. We claim for
oar machines that they will do as much, or more,
than antother, and are more durably built We
personally superintend ear work and see that it is
well deem. We will send I
Of MX illidttOM 011
ONE AND TWO HORSE POWERS,
Oat! rag itarscIERILSWICR szpsaaross
muezzin and mammas,
CISICIMAZ AND ISAG SAW KELM
lAD £XD maw; YELL work done to order.
obn use on %dose Purchssing elanrk!sr&
14:1 " (X) 41110../CPTIIR `.S. MY
- `'O o qoo'lsl
NEW PLANING MILL.
111. 11 fd ti =
and UM ti
wen tialard maws and linprovod merganser, for
WIDOW SASIIIXD ZUNDII,
u. preparsil Is MI star& whether haw or Issit.
Om Ills sisffiest sodas Ws 'ism also s Lttas vs.
stIIOCIZOM, se the lONS stile and pstasss.
soligh ye us fund& me! diaper thasthqssabs
valid lig .
Shiadt tea swidt pireldalito ifithiriyortlibe dew
:MOM blithe& mil not Mai mini than torah*
Me OwMs sibs AIINM. eta lad it turisto Mete
lame 0. Up et se. or Meg %dr mid have
11, awe tesititotry. Stift yrawour grit of
llostise. taitlier. sot Inds tun
Maw low pined out sod like it amit elth is
Mr IN gip :Ma fie MCRUKI
ilit OW baba Iva Gam and
aria mama% %vas,
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ITIIACA ATILENS EALE;•ROA.D
On and after Mondev. November 13th, BTU
ran going North will leave Athens at
8:45 a.m., arrive at Ithaca at 11:15 a.m. Going
South leave Ithaca at 3:90 p. arrtrs at Athena at
5:20 p. m.
) U C' 'RAL
Attbriny Atnona. Ai barn. AILPII9.
7::0 10:10 A. M. 10:74 A. Y. 12:45
8:30 .A-11. 4:55 r. 7:00 C. It. 4:10
4 :30 r.m. 0:00 r. n.
Trains kayo Owego for Auburn at 1:25 - a. in.„
12:10 p. m.. and 5:15 p. In. Tralna arrive at owe g 0
from Auburn at 11:38 a.m.. 2:30 p.m., and R :U3 p.M.
TIMETABLF„,,p- OF THE SULLI
VAN ERIE. Ifft.M.Ro.ll).—Taklng efEN:t. on
Monday, Nov. 13, 1871.
AOUTII - WAIIIA. or:avcsa.
10 1 7:09 TOWANDA
-20 7:10 BAncr-ty Jr.NCTION
40 7:30 • ••MONEI )E• • •
10 '9:03 WLIXONS.
20 9:10 NEW
:30 9:20 .......11ILLEUS
'3O 8:00 IMS110111:.
23 9:15 DEI.I2)UCE:
34. 1 .. X. 1
44.1111.ANGESIENT OF P.IS.S . V.:GE
To tate effort llorolay, Nov. 27
So. f O.
33. 9. 7.
19 ' 1156 1 Fii!.. ' ....Eltnira ..... ..,12 451 C 45 840
_ 10;1215 830; Waverly. 11551 605 755
3 40:12 SO 8 401.. —Athens 'll 451 555 745
430;1351 925 1 Towanda ' •1100} 1 523 703
301 2 15;10 2.sl......Wyainsing
,:, 955 433 610
55 235 10 45 1 .Lareyrille. ... ; 954 4 14,5 43
17; 255 11 09; .... Memhoppert :91l 3 57;5 :23
251 3 01 1 11':161 Ilehoopany....i, 903 3 50;5 15
50 325' 11 . 451.—Trinthannock .... 836 3 - 2514 45
50 423 1 1 30' Pittston 1755 221,355
15 445 200 i ... - Wilkes 8arr0.... 710 2053 10
... 720 4 2014 ...blanch Chant... I, 11 201....
mi. 824 5351 Allentown : a X 10 19:P m.
8 35, 5 55 1 ' Bethlehem 1 10 051
910' 625 , '
~ Easton 9 2 _5
10 3.0! 8 15 1 ....Philadelydds....1 8 00 1 .
1 0 45, New York , '
i i 600;
6 451 i I....Washinzton....l
IPIA .... L I •
*. 1 A .....M
No. 30 leaves Towanda a 10: Athens, 7 50; Wa
verly, 800; arrive at Elmira at 900 A. m.
No. 31 leaves Matra at 5 45: Waverly. 6 45; Ath
ens. 700; arrive at Towanda at 7 45 P. X.
Down Trains dine at Mite naval. Up Trains
dine at Pittston.
ratmengere to and from New York and Dhilaiel-
Oita without Change of curs.
- - Down train connecta at Allentown with Throngh
fast Etprees for Harritarnrg, Pit:AA:mg and the West.
IL A. PACKED,
NEW ROUTE TO PHILADEL-
NORTH PMCNSYLViIsiItt •ItALLEOAD.
Shorted and most direct Ilan to PLll3Jelrhia,
timorn. Washington, and, the Son:h.
Passengers by this route take 1 cnnsylvania k
Netv 'Fork Railroad train, panting Towanda, at 3:25
A.sf. and 1:35 p. m., make close connection ct
thlel:cm kith Express train of North Penn'a Rail
road, and atrive In Philadeiphia at F:l5 P. M.. and
10:30 p.m.. In time to take night trains cithir far
the South or .west.
City parseengar cars are at the r) , rot on arri: - al of
all traina convey paSSCD:eII to the vari-toi Dilput4
and to all parts of the city.
Leave North rent'a railroad Depot, rorrur
and _American strent•, at 8:1,0 Id,
arriving at Towanda 5:25 M., amino evening..
Idann'a Baggage Erpr3A cornets and delivers Lag.
gage, of-ice Fo. 105 Bout 1 fifth street, Plitla,lelphin:
Freight received atFrontai i Noble P tre
delphia, and forwarded br Daily Fast Freight train
to Towanda. and all points in Sus inehanna valley
with quick dlapatela. ;ELLIS CLAP.KE,
Gen. Agt..N. P. IL It, Front and Willow Sta.
NEW AnalnlIOCED PILAW:tin R.Wrd AND Scrtrra:o
Coscnts, combining all Modc.rn Improremejts. are
rttn through on all Trains lietaoion Buffalo. Niagara
Falls. Stumm:talon Bridge. Clerclaud, Cincinnati and
Abstract of Time Table.. Adoptel Nov. I ;Ca, 1,71.
A. tx. 'r. 33. P. M.
..... ! ...... I ......
Sew York braces , 23) , 1 11 (4 :; 7n! 700
.lerkey City.-- •' ;7 1 .1).11 17! 5 45: 720
Sniqpiehanna ... " '1 3 lb' 8 1.71 , ' 125 2 i' , s
Great Rend . " 't • i A 37'. 2 17' ...„ ..
Binghamton..... " '. 1::1 915 222 321
Ovre;.p . "7 .10 10' 2 42. 411
Waverly . 0 701 11 io' 427 448
Elmira " $ an , 11 5111 5 05, 523
Corning' ' 5f. , , 12 35, 5 42. GOl
Painted Post.— . t " ' ...1 12 38 I ......
nocheater.. .A rrive : 11 401... ..1 10 20 10 2 0
llon3ellaville.... •' 134 8 53. 205 r. 7 0.1 It 720
lineal°, " " il2 0 11 , 625 /1 2.) 11 20
Niagara Fa 115.... " ;12 49, 7 .15 1 /2 10 12 10
81114 1 1.11140 /Y l rldge " 112 53, 7 10! 12 15 12 15
Clifton " i 1 to'u 715 12 30 12 20
Dunkirk 2 22 0 20 I
" i , 12 54, 11 5-1
Cleyeland -"" I 7 i O( G 55! ,
C 55: G 55
Cincinnati - '. C DO' i 7 oe' 700
P. M. P. 51. A. IL A. V.
H. S. CLARK.
ADDITIONAL rocAL TRAINS WESTWARD
5:00 a..rn.. except Sundays, from Owego. Stnprng
at Tioga 5:27, Smithboro 5:53. Barton G:l2, Warzrly
7:00. Chemnnz 7:34. Wellshuig 8:1.5. Elmira 9:23.
Big Flats 10:20, Corning 11:30. Painted Peat 11,48,
Addison 1:00 p.m... Itathboneville 1:33. Cameron
Mills 2:05, Cameron 2:2R. Adrian 3:27, Canisteo
4:05. arriving at Hormlisville at 4:23 p.m,
5:00 n.m.. except Sundays, from ..naquebanr.a.
Stopping at Great Bend 5:24. Kirkwood 5:40, Bing
hamton 6:t.5. 11(x)per 6:22. Union 6:33. Catr.pville
6:52. 0weg0,7:14, Tioga 7:30, Smithhoro 7:54, liar.
ton 8:09, Waverly 8:20. Chomeng 8:55, WeiPburg
8:48. Sonthport.9:o2, Elmira 9:15. Pig Flats 940,
Coining 10:00, Painted Pot.t. 10:04; Addison 10:32,
RathboneclUe 10:51, Cameron Mills 11:04, Cameron
11:15, Adriari..ll :37. Canisteo 11:55, sod arriving. at
HornellavUle - at 12:05 p.m.
6:50 spa.. daily. from Susgurhannh. Stepping at
Great Bend 7:15. Kirkwood 17:30; dlingban,t,n 8:03,
Hooper 18:29, Union !15:27. Camnville OWCCO
9:14, Tiogst 19:27. Smithhorn 1'9:40. Parton '9:17,
Waverly 10:20, Chrmung I:10:35, 'Wellsburg 10:50,
Elmira 11:20, Big. Plata 11:19, Corning 12:20 p.m..
Painted Post "112:24, Addmon 12:25, • ItathboneriPo
Cameron Mills '3:22, Catocrcn 1:32 Adrian
01:05, Caniateo 2:08, and arriving at Ilomensvlllo at
1:00 p.m. ' except Snndaye. from Snerinchanna.
Stopping at Great Bend 1:7,0. Kirk:v.-0 2:24. !MI.:-
hamton 3:40„ Hooper 4:10, Caton Caznpvilic
5:05, and arriving at Ovrezo at 5:40 p.m.
1:15 a.m., except Sundays. from Elmira., Stoppirg
at Big Flats 1:30, Corning 2:00, Pa irtNl Poet 2 :00,
and thence, via Avon, to ITuffalo, arriving at a:33 pm.
2:30 p.m.. except Sundays, from Binchamt ii.
Stopping at Hooper '2:45. Thelon 2:55, Campville 3:15
Owego 3:37, Troga 3:53. Smithboro 4:08, Barton 4::9
Waverly 4:40, Cliemnrig 4:55. Wellabnrg 5:12. South
port 5.28, arriving at lamira at 5:2 . 0 p. in.
Port JSrvis ArTiVO
Pa . erson
Newark . '•
New f0rk....... "
ADDITIONAL LOCAL TRAINS EAS'T'WARD
5:00 a.m. except Sundays from Sornellerville.
Stopping atCluisteo 5:22. Adrian 5:49, Cameron6:Zo,
Cameron Hills 7:01. Itathbonevillo 7:30, Addison
8:23, Painte4 Post 9:15, Corning 10:00, Big Fiats
10:42, Elmira 12:40 p.m.. Southport 12:45, Wellsbnrg
1:20, Chemnng 1:55, Waverly 2:42,' Barton 3:20,
Smithboro 3:42. Tloga 4:10, and arriving at Owego
at 4:37 p.m.
6:55 run., dally, from llonaellsville.. Btopplng at
Canisteo 7:13, Adrian 7:33, Cameron Bath.
honeville 8:42. Addison 9:09.. Painted Post 9:57. Cor
ning 10:15, Big Flats 10:52. Elmira • 12:20 p m.,
Southport 12:25, Wellsburg 12:52. Chemang 1:1?.
Waverly 1:50, Barton 2:25. Scoithboro 2:40. Ti O","2
3:9:15, Owego 3:40. Campvillo 4.:13", -- Irtion 4 : IS. Bing
hamton 5:40, Kirkwood 6:22, Great Bend 6:5•4 1 . and
arriving at Susquehanna at 7:30 p.m.
7:00 a.m.. except Sundays. from Owego. Stepping
it Onapvilla 7:43, Union- 6:28, Hooper 8:40. Bang.
biamton 9:40, Kirkwood 10:30. Great Bend 11:15, and
arriving at Susquehanna at 11:55 a.m.
7:50 am., except Sundays. from Elmira. Stopping
at Southport 7:54. Wellsburg 8:13. Chemenag 5:2,,,
Waverly 8:43, Barton 9:03. tenalthboro 4:13, TiOgs
928, Owego 9:45, Campville 10 03, Canna 10:16,
Hooper 10:22, and arriving at Binghamton at 10:33
1:53 p.m., except gnndays, from Painted Port.
Stopping at Corning 2:05, Big Flats 2:29, and arrive •
ing at Elmira at 2:40 p.m.
2:lq p.m., except Sunday's.. from Hornellsviile,
StOpping at Cantateo 2:24, Adrian 2:40. Cameron
8:05. Cameron um. 3:15, Bathborewrille 3:30, Addi
son 3:50, Painted Post 4:17. Corning 4:25, Big Plata
4:47 Elmira 5:23. Southport 5:30 Wellstrtirg 8;42, ate , -
ming 5:57. Waverly 0:22. Tioga 7:03, Owego 7:2%
CREVIaIe 7:45.17ni0n 8:05, Hooper 8:12. Bingham
ton Bas. Kirkwood 8:59, Great Bend 9:17, and ar
riving at Susquehanna at 9:37 p.m.
• Daly. ,
Mondays excepted. between Hornellarille and
Part Jervis, _
I Stop Sandals may
S rickets to all roints West at the
very Lowest Rates, tor sale in th e Comptare office
at the Towanda Depot.
This is tits only. authorised Aganry of tbo Fsio
Baflway Company for, the sal° of Western Tickets in
114:mte be ducted only =Tickets purchased
slit* Companee Ware.
L: D. EVCIER.
v. 13th, 181/.
r Monday, No
—on and aft&
run am faitcnri
T. M. T. M.
12;03 7: 05
10:00 I 5:00
R. F. GO
3 !% . 0
No. No. j No. j
12. • 4. 9.t 2.
r. r. 11
. 125; ' 1000
, 1 40; 5 41 ; 10 00' 440
1 45; 545 1003! 443
1 52; 5, 51: 10 12; 462
24.31 G 43 1140,7X0
SG 15 ; 1045' 3 330. 10 05
_4 Do 515 715
73i, 12 20; 455'113'1
12. 12 535 1 12 08
847' •. 137; 6 08, 12 41
932' 2 19!45 115
10151 305; 727 ; 153
335 7 52' 217
1103' 400 ' 625,247
252; 750; 12031 618
353; 845! 12 53 ......
9 04: ...... i .
1 2 10 -I 833
1100: 247 k 840
2 05, 515
11 3 8 1 3 23, 915
1200 ; 340, 925
sr. 'l' ILL P. 54.
.WIX B. LULU.
Oral Putt Art. .
Groceries and Provisions.
THE ITN. DRRSTGNED, HAVING
Parchimed the sax* Interest of
R. H. PATCH;
In the Erin of J. IL ?ATM it CO.. 11 now ;Mated
to atfor to the eltizetio of Dradford County aA,I
ty, a Largo and well aelexted stock of
Which I hare purchased for Cash, and feed covalent
that I can sell at as how .Igares aa can be purchased
eli a itcwhere. I now otter to tile publics splendid stock
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS,
srAucn. SALEBATUS. SPICES, .':o
flare on band a largo stocrot
AEON ,FLOUR, GRAHAM DO.
FINE DO., BUCKWHEAT DO
I keep ecmstantly on hand:l9lM RA3IS. LADD. and
all Mods of FISI:f. Would call the attcation of the
public to our ain't Boat
STOOL'. OF TOBACCO,
In quality or Jou* Oakley'fi Celebrated Limn
dry. New York Cboadcal uid Drown Soap
Plow call and ezamir.e or stock of
Large assort:l:tent of YANKEE NOTIONS. TOLL=
801113, Lc., kc. I 1011 pay the highest cash price for
Faraere. give n: a call before se:ling elsewhere,.
All ii,ereonilmletpted to tho late Arm Itlllplesse
►nd make thanatdiate payment.
Towanda, March, 12, 1861
• J. LONG..
GROCERIES AND. PROVISIONS,
WOOD, WILLOW, AND STONE WARE,
No.. 1 FITTON'S 1.11.0C5.
COR. MAIN AND BRIDGE STS
I desire to call tbe'altention of tlio public to my
assortment of Folds, which le always full and com
plete, and will bo sold to my customers at lowest
My if °a of
Have been porehasNl knee the late reinction In the
tariff on them; and are offered at prk:es to cor
Orders by mall or otherwiac will receive canna
ant prompt attention.
Thanking the public for the liberal patronage
they hay° given nie, I Irish a continuance of the
CAST" PA.ID FOR COM:TRY IMODUCE.
GOLD STILL COIELNG DOWN
AtiD EVERT mum LC
GROCERY & PROVISION LINE,
- are now being oCered it
COWELL & MYEB'S
at prices thataennot fail to satiety all that they are
determined not to be undersold by any one. They
have enlarged their Store by building so that they
now hare room for the fresh rapplles that See daily
receiled by - them. They have connected with their
store a Market where they now keen fresh meets to
sell by the quarter or piece, ana a full supply or Gro
ceries and Provisions, to which they would mill the
attention of all cash buyers. Come and craniine our
Goods and Prices, before purchasing and satigy
yourselves. We guarentee all goods to give entire
satisfaction. We are thankful to one customers for
their peat liberal patronage and solicit a continuance
of the mum COWL= k lITED.
Dec. 20, 1869.
.11 . i)
I 11) tr 3
IIHE UNDERSIGNED has just re
etivetl 3 large fail %arie,l assortment of
AMER ICAN WATCHES
cf ill doseriptioni. Also a selected sasortmetrt of
GOLD CIiA.INS, FINE GOLD
moms OP ALL MIMI num nrr. gunk.
-EST To Tnz Bzwr.
GOLD. SILVER AND Vl= BYLCSACLEi
EYE•GLASSY3 to At all c of Impelled' rot
NSW PATENT ICCOMODATING apacrAczat
Dy Ude patent I ant enables" to exchange' atones ex
any time vithout extes charge. Can and see.
moos. wxrants AND auturs IMPAIR=
Tcnrandit Dee. :11. urn .
z ml flgtv=B.
.14 xpool23 4
F e l 0' ' 4 tit = = g 4 a
S. t-eit.o6. a -
1 2 ' . ", 4 toWIIIO 4
t)4! EEr . 2
.11 , 00thitt .
44 •L'•il l l g gitgr
. taiSE ba a.
C. B. PATCH
C. B. PATCIL
M. J. LOO
kW, 1.111`,/-Wein I
( Successor to Hu= mums.)
.tio. 4, Griffith & Patton!' Block. Bridge.Btreet, To.
uvula. A good sasortment of Cloths, Vesting. and
Cassimercs, constantly on hand. Goods mado to
order in the best mararsr. dcc.7,lL —ll.
EUREKA I - EUREKA ! I
Tut] OLD CLOTHING HOUSE
Rosenfield .K. Wo lff
, One doer south of Fox & II orcur's) is
THE PLACE FOR DARGAINS.
They now Lave a great 'tore full of tho
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING
To be found outside the cities.
Ir goods aro
TO SUIT ANY TASTE,
TO ACCOMMODATE ANY PURSE
DON'T BE DECUVED!
Sever 'care an old friend for a now one.'
Remember that ROMNFIELD k WOLFF' ar
permanently located here. and can atm greater in•
ducemcnta to purchasers than any other_ bongo in
It Is the Interest of g , ntletuen in this section to
conic and bring all their boys, and give their good*
Consider the fact that you eau buy at ROSEN
FIELD A: WOLFF'S, beautiful and substantial Cloth
ing for a mere soug.
• ROSTI.NnELD & WOLFF.
Au g w't 2:1, 1871.
IMPORTANT TO ALL WHO
A. VALUE =EIJI BIGHT! •
Tho sight of the aged quieted. the we strengthen
ed end the perfect preserved.
PHILADELPHIA OPTICAL he UTE,
For the ralnufactaring of the .
CONCAVE CONVEX. CUESTAS. MMES. LONDON
SMOKED AND =MID GLASS ,o 1 ARAI OR IrlF.
• The Concave Convex 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 clesenesa In vision and ease - lb the eye, shows
plainly that they are. superior to any other Own
in the market
'The majority of Spectacles, (mostly imported) and
no matter how line 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, and
therefore the great complaint of poor and weak
Aright. iTboasands 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 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 ground of the best material, Tare
and hard, and made only for optical purposes, they
arc therefore not liable to get scratched or dim.
- - .
They confer • brilllaney and &dimities' of vision
not found in any other glass.
They can be used eenally well by day or candle
light without tiring or fatiguing the eyes.
They are ground mathematically true in the can
cer e convex mirror, according to the philosophy of
nature, and shape of( cornea of the. eye. therefore
agitating nature only instead of forcing it.
That t he ter.ses are centered cor rectinto the frames.
They ran be need longer than any other glade,
without changing to a higher power.
The frames are made strong and durable by eve.
rienced workmen and warranted to give satisfaction.
WM. A. CILLMBEIII.Eq,
Dealeiln Watches. Jewelry and Silver Ware.Towan
de, Pa., has the sole Agency for these glasses in
Bradford county. ICU Pallor/ employed.
July 12, Isia-tt
F LOURING MILLS !
W. H. FULLER & C 0.,.
inform the public th a t having rebuilt
on the site of the old mill, with all modern improve,.
mutts, they are now peeper ed to do
In the best possible manner and on the shortest
notice. No palm will be spared . to give satisfaction.
Farmers dole; business in town can bring their
grain and have it ground the same day to take back.
FLOUR. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. FEED k MEAL.
By the oar load or in quantities to suit purclutsers.
GROUND CA.YUGA. PLASTER
- - AT $G PEtt - TP'S.
All kinds of grain taken in exchange for Plaster.
Cash paid for all kinds of grain.
G. F. MASON.
W. U.) FULLER.
Towanda. Nov.l. 1871.
IVILSS E. J. KINGS.LET,
Wishes to inform the ladles of Towanda and vicinity
that she keeps constantly on hand a large supply of
fiord% suitable td the season. 'Mainz her pat.
eons for their liberal patronage heretofore, she as
sures them that no emotions will be spared to en.
HAIR AND FANCY GOODS,
Beal Laces, , •
I have aim reopened, In connection with the shoes
my DILYEB 'MAKING eataldiabment, and I ant now
prepared to do
currma and FITTING ,
in the Latest faehliniable Kyles on .hart notice. c
Entrance next or to rex k Marcia% up ettlrs.
April 4 71. .
NOTICE.—In consequence of the
death of Charles G. Kellum, Life of the firm of
Kellum k Yulluck. ft becomes necessary that all
outstanding accounts of the firm of Kellum k
luck due the 30tb. dap of September, 1811. must be
paid by March 1, 1874. or coats will me made.
though the business will be continued wader the
old Arm name until further notice. Therbohits ate
at the market reedy for settlement.
Jan. 31.12 Im. - TILL= k MILIfOOL
DWIGHT KELL= Adasinutruar.
Groceries and Provisions.
OBOCEIIT ANDXIIOIIIIIO2I STOITE.
4.1 o 7 F , * •-§
• • " .7, f •Ii W vv. +l9
• new and ocsoplsta stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Which will los sold at Ilia lowest rostble prices.
FRUIT OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
MODERN STOn WARE,
FLOUR, FEED, 'MEAL, GRAIN, &a
Bring on your produce, which we pay cash forl
A constant aunty of kabton Salt, all sized Churns.
Butter Firklnk Tuba, ke.
Please call and look through our stock. and we wilL
do our beet to please you. W. A. noczymm..
Towanda. April 28; 1869.
GROCERY AND rROVISION
MoCABE & EDWARDS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
ILTERGUE:+3 NEW BLOCK, 7'OWANDA, PA.
Re do not deem it neceeaary to enumerate all the
dilerent articles we keep. Our assortment Is
We sell nothing but
FIRST CLASS GOODS
Cash pad for Partneri Produce.
MarcLß 1. 1870. WM. EDWAMDS.
FFO.3IERCUR are now reeeiv
tag a fresh dock of Goods in their line, bought
since the Ist January, to which they invite the at
tention of their friends. -We keep the largest stock
in town. Our goods are trash and desirable. We
Pell et lowest market prices.
Jan. 19, 1811.
VRESH AND NEW TEAS, bough
.1: since the recent decline in price, and sellin
cheap at retail. FOX k MERCUB.
Jan. 19. 1611.
FOX & 31E 11 , C 1111 are selling Gm
aeries st, MAIL J 19, 1871.
F OXV & MERCUIt are selling New
and Fresh Goods. ran. 19. isn.
VOX & MERCUR are selling Gro-
A_ mini cheap. Jan. 19, 1871.
PX k MERCUR arc selling firs
ciass Goods only. Jan. 19.1571.
VOX & MERCMI are selling
A- cheaper than over. Jan. 19. 1871.
R E MEITBER that we are selling
And that we Won't ho underpaid. -
Jan.'l9. 1871. FOX k AIEACIIIL
CHIGAN FLNB—CIIT TOBAC
IVI E CO—Yery choice—at
Jut. 19.1871. ' PDX & MEUMWS.
FOX & 3IERCUR do not ilenl in
Shoddy Goods. _ Jan. 19, 1811.
(AUR CUSTOM:MS can rely upon
getting the very best theinarket affords and at
lowest prices." E. T. FOS.
Towanda, Jan. 19.11. nryar
Tipp vbrg. rHER,TIL&T FOX & MER
cim are retelling all kiwis of Groceries M
wholesaleprices. The largest stock in town. 000311
Ant clan. Prices low. E. T. FOX.
Sept. 29.10.. HENRYS KEUCIIR.
THE BEST KEROSENE OIL IN
fora by the quantity or retail at
PDX & =ECRU'S.
BAKERY AND DINECG ROOM
First block north of Ward House.
BREAD, PIES, CARE,CRACKERS,
,lI.LILED - DAIL T.
And sold at Wholesale lad Retail.
In oar DMING BOOMS we will accommodate the
public with either a lunch or a good meal at all
times of the day and evening.
01 4 317118 AND ICE CERAM ON RAND nunnto
Also a am assortment of Groceries, Coafectionory,
Fruits, Nuts, ace.
The subscribers still continue to keep constantly
on hand a hall and complete assortment of eery.
thing pertaining to their business, consisting main.
BieK, PORK, FRESH AND SALT
8130.A.11_ CUBED HAMS.
lIDTTON. BEEF. ?JOSH,
BAI7HAGE. • LAUD,
BOLOGNA. DRIED BEEF.
FRESH FROM THE kitEci.
• OISTERS 1=11=1) DAILY
• In their season.
Parties wishing Oysters In large or small
tics will be furnished on abort notice, at =
stand. CENTRAL MAIX.rf.. Monts: em Mock. first
door north of Dr. Porters.
Cuss..olCsitzus. KELLUM k BULLOCK.
Feb. - TA, 11370.41 -
THE BEST AND CHOIMM
18 MANUFACTITICED AT
l' A G i-t T 011 Y N O. 1,
FD DISTRICT OF YARITAND.
iirr Bee Quit Every Paeans yoU buy bun tla
Dec. li. 1110.
TLEIPHOUSES AND LOTS IN
NDA BOROUGH rou SALE-Situated
ea Poplar Street abaft Western Arcade. Them
beams are sow being bait sod will be completed
on August Ist Good well cistern, and cellar with
'soh hones. • For further portionless address or en.
oneHrilW 112 MALL.
at WNW* sal &a Store, Tomah Pa
Crockery and alasswaro.
SUPPLIES FOR THE
IVIaK II AM . & -BL.ACK!S
Sg4VElt PLATED WARE,
Agoncy of the'
SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
_ & BLACK'S
NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS!
We are tiew otreriug at our Wholesale and netall
The greatest titess. is - want of
FIRST - CLASS FURNITURE/
The attention of t'.^ rh! ald •especially called to
our recent boav puraLawes fro:n tho data Grtat Auc
tion Sales of
CHAMBER AND PARLOR
PIT IR, NI TITIRJ_LI
• We are riovr. o:Lirigg, •
WALNUT MARBLE TOP SETS
AT f 75 00. • And
NICE PAIII 4 OR• SETS, At $5O 00,
BEDSTEADS, BUREAUS, CHAIRS
TABLES, STANDS, SPRDZG- .
.5.11(11:: fact everythinfT to` be found in a Firi.t-claaa
11ENEEMBER TEAT WE ARE NOW MANLTAC
-11., taring. and do offer goods of our own manu
facture cheaper than you can buy city-made goods
elsewhere. Lumber taken iu exchauge for goods.
We also furnish
METALIC BURIAL CA:SES, AND COFfiNS
And we also ha;ethe•
Goods &livered to the lbelk,t fret of clarp
Towanda. Jan. 11. 16:1
GREAT BARGAINS IN
BOOT'S & SHOES
The undersigned are reclerlng a large and well se
, acted stark of
SIIMMFS AND FALL TRADE,
SETIED AND PEGGED BOOTS
D. W. SCOTT k CO
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE
Thankful for past tarrrs, wa solicit a continuance
of th. ante. .
a oToinxids, April 5, 1889
F OR SALE AND TO RENT,
MUSIC STOR E .
ONE HUNDRED nusr-ciasS PIANOS,
ONE lIIINTIRED AND tali MELODEONS
TWO HUNDRED CATOTET AND =RCM
Ma Hundred Violins, Clarioneta, Flatten, Banjos,
Guitars, Concertinas, Accordeor.a. Strings
for all String Instruments.
Drums. Bones, etc,
LILL .. A . IIUIIE , tIAIIILWDUa!LWI . IMIaWIMMM
From the only first-class makers - in the United
States, u P. C. Lighte k Co:. Decker Bros., Stine.
way, Weber, New York; Hallett and Cumstona
Hostontidathearshek, New Haven Ct.; C. Meyer,
Philadelphia, and Sub* In Baltimore. - .Melodeon,
from B. ShOninger. New Hum Ct.: Pelenbet
Peron & Co., New York. Organs, the celebrated
Golden Reed American Organ., and the Burdett
Combination Organ. One door east of Ilerepr's
Bank, the only store of the kind in Towanda.
ANCHOR LINE .STEAMERS.
.Sall every Wednesday and Satardly, to and
from IEW YORE .AND GLASGOW.
Calling at Londerry to land Mails and Fasten:tam.
-The liteamerg r of this favorite line , are built ea
preset! tor the Atlantis, Passenger Trade. and fitted
up in every respect with all the modern improve
ments calculated to insure the safety, comfort, and
Convenience of passengers. Passage Rates payable
in Currency, to OLASSOOW. LIAERPOOL and
FIRST CABIN. PS and $75, seeardtng bilocstbin.
CABIN =TUBB TICKETS, IMO, securing best so.
conanodstiont, INTEBBEDIATE, $3:1; STEER
I Partleasenditur for their friends in the Old Conan
try an purchase tickets at reduced rates. Tor fut..
ther particulars apply to BENDEBSON BROTEXBB,
7 Bowling Green. N. Y. or to 8. C. MEANS. Central
Express Moe. Towanda. Pa. amoctlftil.
NJ signed have thlkday farmed a colartnershlp
he the Arm name Humphrey Beer
ob s. k Tracy,
for t Immo: 2. sad jbing Boob.
t business will be carried
on at our new factory and salesroom. corner Main
and Elizabeth streets, Towanda, Ps.' - • - :
TIORK, Hams, Lard, Dried Beef
liackarel, Clams. Mackinaw Trout. at ratan
Jan 19, 1871. • POI i 11138011 E.
A ccrarkic zartyrtnitxti.
From L'otlgorts Trotbcr
NO. 107 MAIN LET.
Ever etr,red in this ranrheL
Together with oar Coir.pleto Stock of
CILFAPEA THEN' THE CIISAITST
Of every deserii.dott.
EMILS.L 1:0111-*4, C IFS, itc:,
LI this section of courtly
7 JAMES O. FEO*T h SONS. ;
Boots and Mom
E i•DOT AND .5110 E STORE.;
. South end of Wa..4 Douse.
Snitslle for the
Which we offer lo* for Cash. Consisting of
MADE TO onnEr..
AND RE.ADY NVII.Mi PROMISED
GILIIEZT .21. CIA=
P I _A_ .N". 0 S
tilh. B. TIIIIIIMOIZT
O. A inrupaur.
Drug and Medicines.
D R. n C. PORTER, SON
OLD .CASEE DRUG .STORE,
zszeia.urip) swx.stv TZAZAI,
Corto Main antlyiuo Stretts,Towanas, Ps.,
H ve recently added largely to tiler stock, shall and
complete assortment, constituting an estenelve T.
.riety, embracing many articles used in the Arts for
mechanical purposes., carefully selected with regard
to the progressive wants of the public, which will be
kept ConstanUy supplied- with fresh part:hue*, and
offered on the most reasonable ter-ma at Wholesale or
•'• - •
JantrGS, MEDICINEII, -I..)=LICATIV
ALCOTIOL AND TURPENTINE,
twit, PAIN-r,. wurrz-ivAstr,
Ar,cl all kladi of ehes
KEROSENE OR 'COAL' OIL,
LAMPS, SHADES, WICKS. CHIMNEYS.
Sperm, LArd, Whale, Neata root,
TANNER'S AND 3LiCALS'E OILS,
Fancy and Toilet Articles in all then: variety,
BrONGES, BIU 13041'5, COMBS,.
Pomades, Hair-Dyea, Perfumery,
POCKET BOOKS, PORT MONA'S,
Pocket• snliea, Razors',
TOOTIS szn: AND HAIR PREPLEATIOS%
-PURE WThIS A.ND LlQroug,
For le,ltcLnal nsp,
TOBACCO, SNUFF, PUTS A 1.6 CIGARS,
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds, Trassa. Sap
porters, Suspensories. Shoulder Braces. Breast
Punalm, Teething Rings. *Nursing Bottles,
Nipples,'Sipple Shells and Shields, Syringes,
Bed Pans, Self-ScallngFridt Jars, Tiler.
=omelet's,. Flavoring Extracts, Stone
: 11 4 11 . U'•nss Ware, Bottles, Corka r - Bath
Brick, and Stove Blacklxiz Fish Tackle, Am
munition; Botanic, Eclectic and lionticepath
to2dedielnes, and all the popular Patent ,
- articles warriantc.4 as represented. re:lions at
isdistance can receive the:: orders 11 stage or mall,
RIB( 11 will receive prompt and careful attention.
Medial advice given- gratuitously at the office,
charging only for medicine: . . .
ire Thankful for past patronage,.would tea.
pectruily announce to their friends and the pribb c.th at
''.no pains shall be spared to satisfy,.and merit t9e cbn
tlimation of their confidence and patronage. -
trii-Open Sundays for prescriptiorui from 9 - to 10
a.m., and 12 in. to 1. and 5 to G
IL C. PORTER, SON 2: Co.
Jily 1. 1970.—yr.
TAYLOR'S CELER.ITED OIL !
Gree. Rheumatic Rem,ly should Le kept and
used by every Farmer that 'keeps either - Cattle or
Barnes. every Teamster and Livery Stable Keeper,
every Physician and Horse Farier for it will many
times cure pain and lameness when all'other medi
cines have failed.. Miners and Railroad Men
should certainly keep it, for. it is unsurpassed for
bruses and sprains. Blacksmiths should keep it
for their own use and, for their customers tender
footed horses, as nothing equals it for, t Aider feet;
Every body suffering front pain and lameness of any
kind, burns, cuts, wounds or sty eruption of the
skin, Corns, Chilblains cr any disease requiring, an
outward application 6hnizi.l certainly keep this cele
brated medicine. Every bottle warranted .to give
satisfaction. For sale by Dr. U. C. Porter Son A: Co,
Porter & Eirby and F. W. Brown Bruggists, Towanda,
Pa. And by every Drl:;z7.lst and dolor in Lead
'ford .and adjoining count. s.
Johnston Holloway and COwden, wholesale Patent
3tedieine,Depot, No. GOll reh street Ph ,
Wholesale Agents. H. BRUWNIG TAYLOR.
ju1y19'7641 • Proprietor, Lellaysville,.Pa.,
31ATIS31—NEUnItGL - i -71 . -
.$5OO IYTTJ, BE PAID
to any'perion producing, any Medicine showing half
as many living, permanent cr,...^es as Dr. Ina:kris
Yron-rar.r.r. lingt - stario I::::..rEnv. reed inicardly
only. A pleasant Medicine, free from injurious
drugs. Warranted, under oath, to have permanent
ly cured 95 In every Ito patients treated in the Lust
ten years. (Sec testimonY). It is the scientific pre
scription of Prof. Joe. P. litkr, M. P., a graduate of
the-University of PennsYlyania, A. D.,. IS:33,—now
one of rhi2a4,lphia'a ol,lest regular physicians, and
Professor of Chemistry and Tordeology,•—wno has
made l'icurigia, Chronic and' Dulaniatc , ry Ithe_nma.
thou the specialtrof his entire professional life—a
fact coached for by the signatures accompanying
each bottle, and other testimonials of Many promi
nent renowned physicians and clergymen. To pro
'led, sufferers from poisonous quack nostrums and
1 useless expenditure of money,' IC 1c"..al sinned goat-
L antee, stating exact number of bottlea warranted to
I cure, will be forwarded gratis to any /utterer 'Send
-1 inglay letter a full description of a:fiction: .In case
of failure to cure, amount paid positively refunded.
Medicine sent anywhere by, express, - collect 012 de
livery. ,AClicted invited to write for advice; all in
: formation and medical advice sent by letter gratis,
i, Address Dr. J. P. FITLER, 29 South Fourth- street,
' Philadelphia, Pa. The Remedy is- sold er obtaified
For sale by POP.TEII 5: RIIIBT, Druggists; Met
cur's Libel:. Tosa - anda,• Pa.
GEO": McCABE & SON
Have" ju:-1. 'tree:rot the largest assortment of
AMERICA - AND'ITALIAN
M . L
ETcrtahibited in -thig seotiun. to which they
invite the attention of tho public.. .
They .I.c.cp . Nll hand or furnish to °rat:
TOMB STONES, MANTLES, &c.,
AT THE LOWEST TEEMS.
remote in Want of anything in cur lino are rt.
'ajectfuUy iusitcd to call and csautine or.: stock.
Towanda. _lap 1, 1571
PETTES &. CO.;
!lave now on hand a nev - stock of
FALL. AND WINTER GOODS
. In great variety, such• asi
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS:
DRESS SILKS. SILK VELVETS.
Which they will actl at tho
LOWEST MARKET PRICE,
At the sign of the Big Bonnet, opposite the
TRY . : OUR TEAS AND COFFEE
. CIOWYLL a MOM
Of every style,
SI . (C,IDE & SON
SLAIN STREET. TOWANDA, PA
..... _ .
co. or:u.A. k.
awns O&ziTAL. S I,OO M OO— Pkrn tir
Clartere,l by Congme, 18ga
CLARMICE IL CLAIM, President ;
JAY •COOKE, Chatrman Finance and Ex. Cent
nminy D. COOKE. Vice Presidest ;
EMERSON W. MET;Speretary and Arteary
The advantages of the 'N.tional try:,
1. It la a National Company, charterea by Con I •
1. It has a paid up capital of One 11121 Ixl . z
a. It offers low rates of preralurrs
4. It furniehes larger insurance than otherpanies, for tbesanie money ' .
5-. It, Is definite and certain
ag Tb,,entsre ia ossibalty eret.:ll,ot.tztl,r ll
: n o o, pr
1. The pOliciea aro plain contracts, no nuu r b
mace forwo much viouey
8. All reanon s forf,,iti ng
9.-The policies are excmpl corn attactizu,,q,
E. W. co.,.Banktre, 11414,1P1?
IL S. nusszu.,
N. C. .Eisunr,E A. G. .116.ASYJN
its,. Agents for Towanda and NiciLity
Jun 1, 1869.
Sit 3 -
LIFE INSURANCE, CO
NO. 2:4 BROADW4Y, NEW 470.14.
Pot ietzli to Feuer.
AaNcAke — lscoata, over .
10:L. , sr.s Yain. _
All appreved - P;rms of Policies lasiwi. •
Libeql modes for payment af premier:is
Policies non-forfeitable by their urn...
The entire profits of the Company divided 61z
ably among thl. Insm - ed., •
11. PECKHAM. Peasrowr.
'MTLLIA.3I T. 11601:EK, V/CE Itanosar
LUCIUS M . .AIL% Sztrr AYD .A.CSCA'X'
JAY CROZZ 4: Co. Bankers,
DREXEL Co., 11;rikera.
JOHN WOODSLUE k. Co., Tea.3lr.r..hat,tp.
S. A. 317.r..cm. Pn,t. Far:lv:re & auk
T. B. P.I.:TEP....tiO:C, Plll4.l.ther.
CA3T ' & NOBLE'S
GMN - E,^.+L
Ins tirance A- geney.
FIRE: LIFE, AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Policies writt.:n and 1165 , 3 EC:x .1 th.a • of.
Weals° itcsitre thmag , .! by-
To builalngs aill_cota,te.4 Cr Lye st..l.
OFFICE ON MAIN STREET,
Oproiitt.. Court Hour:
Bc:1:s d Statoine7.
DIARIES FO 1872
PAPER & ENVELOPES
PENS, .LNE, MUSIC, bTATIONLY AND'
towartia, Nov. 19, 1868.
800B -BINDERY.--THY. PUB
lic is respecttully.infonned that the poet-Br.
dery ,has been removed to the+••lteporter••
third Morn where will be done •
B Go E.,‘• 813 D I N G.!
In all its various branches, an fermi , aS reallocibleu
" the times" will'allow. The Bindery will be under
the charge of
H. C. WHIT. EE,
An experienced Binder, and all work will be prompts
done in a style and manner whichcannctbeemelitd. .
31agazines,Newspapers.Old Books, kc., bound
in every variety of style. Particular attentop•will b.
paid to the Ruling and Binding of
BLiN - K moss,
To any desired pattern, which in quality and dna*
billty will be warranted.
All work will be ready ford 'very when promised.
• The patronage of the pub is solicited, and pc ,
feel 'satisfaction guaranteed.
Towanda, Atainist-2. .
NVOIaS STILL ALIVE:
The , superintendent of this shopis now 'Mel •
some of the best '
COVERED AND OPEN BUGGIES,
ever offered in this market. Best !elected
OAK lIND HICKORY - TEXBER
used, and all work made by this . most •
We hive CM •
JUTE...VT RUSSIA IRON SWATS,'
very light, and so durable that even time his brit
little to do towards theirlieusy.
rims° es , mino our work before purchasing elf •
where', Repairin ;done on short notice.
M. C.3lsactm ,Prest, 0. W. V/NCM
Towanda, July 20..1876. Snperintendent
E. BOLLES S.: • •
Ueepcctfnlly•eolicit coniagnmetts of
BETTER, EGGS. cEEESE, 'VEAL, Pomo,
And tII otber Farm Produce. -
One of th% firm hiving resided in 'imam for
the past ten years, and having an extensive sol
ante with the bttaineis men of the city, we Win,
lident that we can sell produce to the entire 100 '
S. CHUBBIICK, A. G. 11318131 E, orwell. Pa
BALDWIN & RLAORMAN. GORHAM it COWS
MAN, Leßayaville, Pa.
8. G. CRAW= MARTIN MANNING. Warec i *
CHUBRUCK. ILEXItY imitate Poo
a. s. aotsra rapl.2B7ll , AIA P: 4115 2*
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CASEVA DISITRANCE AGENCY
FIRE,LITE end ACCIDENT osraadesrs d
in first,clasa companies. Also Lands Surveying 12'
Conveyancing. Twenty - seven years onoctl z°3 '
Orlon byznall promptly attended to.
Ang.3o. IL-ly B. A. CA ..v.
COAL AT UXALUSINGI
The UnderstPed here on hut& and intend to
keep. a supply of Sullivan Anthracite. Baccisf. sud
hard Anthracite Coal of the various tilt&
Sept. 2.5. 1871.' , G. g, A uth
VERY CHOICE GREEN Alw
V Slick Tea adieu cheap at retail by,
WI k 311104'"
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2. B. C4MP,
A. a. :NOBLE.