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It is not often that winter plowing
:can be' practiced 1 in this . (43d)
latitude. Bat whenzit. gan I have
found it to be of the grettitest-Advan
tage, especially' if, as now, it - is pre
. ' ceded. by frost penetrating the arable
, soil. - It is.sare t 6 come up nrellow,
unless unusually heavy and compact,
and then greatly- ameliorated. The
advantages beside this men* \ con
dition, are not a few, some Of _Which
ca€nct be obtained otherwise. - The
ground is freshly thrown tip to - the
cold air, or at least cold enough to
chill and benumb f what vermin may
be - expesed; the frosty nights F alone
woad do this. The seeds of weeds
,that 'had Some protection in the deep
's,oWare now frilly. exposed, the frost
raink-and snows having a great in
fluence. -Then thiisfrosh soil, dis
'inteo abed by plots and frost is thus
laid opeathi.ough its pores to the•
immediate influence of the elements,
which further disintegrste and mellow
it. Beides, there is less - snow to
pact now; .part 'of the winter having
passed: The plowing is between the
jail and spring plowing, and partakes
of - the - nature of bath, getting the
fall benefit of both in addition to its
'own. special advantages.
to a greater or less extent, the loos
eness pf the soil deep' dawn which
Ave 'get in spring plowing; also: he
absence of grass and weeds which
get started in i fall plowing, especially
when - early performed. The gain in
work which we get in fall . plowing is
also secured in'-winter plowing, it,
' time when there, is no farm work
done, unless specially favored _with
mild weather., The gain, therefore,
ats time When labor is worth little,
is considerable. The. land newly and
'loosely thrown,up will also take in
the rains' and melted snows, and
gradually pass them loff instead of
keeping the niore'cornotet body of
the Soilvret, sometimes - visible on the
surface. Fall plowing will show this
in the spring very frequently. It is
seldom•seen on land plc4ed in the
spring , or winter, particularly late
winter. Further, there is no evapori
tion_of tho fertilizing gasses of the
soil, which . the ' ect heat-of the sun
° iti summer pro nen. ,The fertility
of the rains - an Snows is retained.
.I have had th : chance offered me
- several times d ring the course of
my-life-for plow ;t: in winter: Uni
formly, the r sults have been
__:goctid. Perhaps we ought to
tacepy some wet plaoes,which,ploVed
• - at a:n3 time, without under treatment,
wOuld .have done poorly. - Bat,''- - in
tlie_main, there was a mellow open
ing•. in tire spring, and 6 earlier
chance for working—the soil being
' Porods, and \drained beyond what
was usually its condition, so that it
was,fit, for,the borrow several days
;and possibly a week) earlier than
would have been
.the case With fall
plow ing. This is-the land for seeding
can be done early and on
the bt..A. 'of seed ,beds. The, grass
seuPor cicii'er brushed in, 'there can
be no failure if-the ground is rich
enough. If 'not rich enough, manure
may be drawn on it and spread
immediately after plowing. This
may also be done on any plowed
land open in winter, and It should
be'dono then if neglected in the fall.
Our summer was a cold one. The
through. the 'fall and
into liNce:mber, and in addition to
- snow gave us full. Finteil
of feo.- If thPre,is a law of compen
\ ration in the weather,lthe rest of our
• winter, or a part' of - ought to be,
mild; -o - also prophesylhe Scientists.
' Already this TheernS ; to• have taken
pinee. ,To-day, Dee. 12th, the . sn o ,
. two feet in, depth, . has
:ill' disappeared, and` there is
little finst left in tho b ardind: - There
O.:ere:fore a pr6Spect for au opal
and . mild whiter. It needs not many
• kVorelble`days to..prepare the ground'
the-plow.; Farmers should keep
the.nagelves in readiness to test the
matter ShorrA the weather hirer
them. Land plowed early
Lill may be reLplowed now' to advan
tage, if the weather, admit. But in
no:caSe plow if the land is not dry
enough.. Tcr not think...the frost will
-retnedv It will do it only in.a,
meas.nte—not'sufliciently th counter
balance. the hurt. comes np
Loosened if sod, ,and not
greasy,:it is in the right condition ter
the plow. `!,Plow_as decep . as the land
' - - t• - HQW Eggs are Hatched.
People have an idea thi i
at the hen
tsit'on the eggs for-a time, and when
time'comes far hatching' the chick
bursts forth. There never was a
greater mistake. The chick, until
_ liberated from the shell by outside
aid is as incapable of motion as if it
formed a - solid egg, which' it nearly
does. You might as well inclose a
Man in qin iron bller, and tell him
to get out of it .without help. The
" . chick grows on b inside of the shell,,
and bursts up a very small scale. Of
' ' eOurse, iihen it does this, it at the
I ,Earrctime "breaks in that spot" the
inside) of the egg. This , admits the
air; in a short time it breaths and
gets strength to cry loudly. Thelen
then sets to work 'to liberate it; she
brings it forifard nnder the feathers
of the crop, and supporting it bet
teem, the breast bone and the neat,
begins the *ark of setting it free..
!She hatches the point of her beak
, into the hol formed by the raising
of the - scale by the chick's (beak, and
breakß - away. 'the egg-skiil or' shell
*Tied the - greatest diameter of the
eel. The joint efforts of the hen
without and the Chick within then
liberate theprisoner,and he struggles
into existgnee, an gets dry under
the feathers and the natural heat of
the lien. All female birds, which sit
on their eggs, o hatch them have the
hook in the beak strongly developed.;
Evefi the brOad-billed, duck and ,
. goose have -those hooks especially
developed, and, with them they liber--
ate their young. In Australiicwhe.re
everything seems to be by'contraries,
it, is the cock of the thigh-turkey that
hatches the eggs, and not the hen.
It would be interesting to knOw
,whether the hook of the betek is bet
ter adapted foziervice in: fhe male
than the feruale. The hook of the
"beak pf the ordinary coca of the com
mon fowl is quite differentfrom that
( f the -hen—it is adapted for wound
- it : in fighting,but not for hatching
c' c , ags. - , ---,,,-
' r ,
I:CTATO Sour.-Two and a half
I I.unds of peeled potatoes, ent once
cr twice,in two, boil in three quarts
'.f -r_•tvit-ttr for an hour; then, pat
i. two - teas'poonfuls,af salt, some
- 1 ,.i
-pt;i, and four ounces of butter;
-...-li n the potatatpes have boiled to
.- e ,
plc es some,, in the lamps and'
• tik , !.1 one pint of milk: - .Let it boil
-up . . J is-_donc:( If, thickened with
mo t or two sodi crackers, it tastes
vthi. fll Pfict Mr/ter
r omp . .
• - i li
WATCHES $lO TO $3OO ,
AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF SIL
BELUTIFUL GOLD RINGS ,
F - I
. • =(.
If yon are ' looking for a beautiful
Christmas present, examine the stock
THE LARGEST AND BEST AS
WATCHES, ' f
-; , ND PLATED GOODS
EVpi EXHIBITED DI
TOWANDA, ARE NOW 0
. • • - . - =
. • AT • .
W. A. CHAMCERLIN'S.
F IRE r• FtliEl ! *IRE! ! !
ON' ACCOUNT OF A FIRE
WHICH CLOSED UP - A LARGE
STOVE FOUNDRY, 1- )VE HAVE
PURCHASED 'STOVES WHICH
WE OFFER' FOR TWO-THIRDS
VIE'. USUAL PRICE. CALL
EARLY TO GET THE BAR--
HOWARD A: RIDGWAX
Wyalnsing, Jan. 28, 1874
, The second whiter term of thhi Institution will
commence MONDAY; JA3II4.ItY 26, 1874.
No pains will be 'spired .to maintain the high
standing of the institution, and by carefully looking
to - the interests of each individual student to make
its Work even more ellicient. Each teacher will hays
his speciality, and use every facility to make the
topics interesting, and to secure the largest poiudble
results in his department.
Classes Will be organized in several new studies
in Science and Language. Also the classes in En
glish will be remodeled so as to meet the wants of
new students desiring to pursue these branches.
To save expense, text books, the same as in the
county will be used in the English branches, with
the exception of Geography.
To make tie sojourn of nonresident 'tridents
more pleasant, the Principal will use his house—
situated but a few rod" from the Institute building
—for boarding purposes,. where rooms furnished
throughout and provided with clothes closets and
other.eonveniences will be furnished for the young
ladies _ , . ,
The best roOras in the lustitdte will. be fdrnished ,
and assigned to the young menVall will board at'
the house of thePrincipaLThere wilf.be a caeeful
supervision on tie part of the Principal and teachers ,
of the manner in which students employ their time.;
Price for Ininished room and board, including
fuel, lights, and washing not to exceed six pieces
$t 00 per week. Students will furnish their own
toilet and be held accountable for the: furniture in
Those desiring to prepare themselves .for the work
of teaching during_ the following Bummer, should
apply to , the Principe at once. •
Tuition from Four to Ten Dollars term; ac
cording to studio" pursued.
' For further particulars or clivulats, address the
Principal, E. E. ciMiLAE. Towanda Ps,
NEW FURNITURE STORE.
Hu now ()pencil' a new Furniture More on
BRIDGE STREET, TOWANDA,
Where he will keep or. hand
A GENERAL ARSORTMENT OF FURNFIFILE,
IWhlcb will be told
AT PRICES TEAT CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE
all who may favor his. with their pitronatos
Wnaterer maybe wanted in the Furniture Ilse,
CALL ON rEINESI
and examine, sooda and prices before purchnizti
elaewhere. - May 21.1873.
.A.P is respectfully informed that the Book-Bindery
had been removed - to the "Reporter" Building,
third story, where will be done .
In all Its yarioni branches, on terms as ressimable
as ...the times" will allow. The Bindety will be un
der-the charge of
H. C. WHITASER;
do eiperieneedßia der. and an work-will be promptly
done Ina style and manner . which cannot be excelled.
Music. Magazines. Newspapers, Old Books,
bound in every variety of style. Particular atten
tion will be paid to the Ruling and Binding of
To anj desired pattern, which in quality and dura
bility will be warranted..
All work will be ready for delivery when promited.
The patronage of the public is solicited, and per
fect satisfaction gaarranteed.
Towanda, August 2,1868.—tii . ,
1107 IS THIS FOR LOWI
We offer DRESSED LUMBER at
the following rates: •
Hemlock Flooring, (choice) $lB per M.
White Pine " 7q . 26 0
Pitch " 28
Siding " •• $l5 to 25_
Pickets from $2 to $4 per had:ed.-
°PLANING. lILTCHLSO,IB.E.SAIVING, kc.,
Done at a moment's notice and by tho bast machin
ery now made. We ban on hand
lITSDRED T/106AND FEET DRY mama
We hare in the XIII Pond
THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND
FEET OF LIMBER
And are ecnistaitill Katinfactoring.
p' Parties who can reach as are foolish to go
now the ?inroad for Lumber. as ander any I:l==v
stances we can SELL IT eliLEApErt—et least the
cost of transportation Crom here to the railroads-.
say $2 to $3 per than:mod.
IL B. INGHAM,.
Jane 28. 13. " CatePlbarn
E.IX.ECUTOR'S • NOTlCR.—Notice
tbereby given that an persons Indebted to
the estate of Parley Johnson, late of Windham.
alare requested to mat* tuusediste -pay
amt. and / person 'wing c 1 14112
awe imal prim thank44Finetwastlidimid
Vint Dirt. 8 : 4 7 1 Ilatit.
rOST & 50415
which irili be 'sold
. i •
pin jut received tho largest usortment of
AItERICi AND ITALIAN
Beret exhibited in
limite the al
Penang In want ofl
spectrally invited to ;
Towanda. Marl, I
A NEW , :
Has purclutse4 th • I
8. cur, aid will k
Towanda. Nov 6.1
A TER'$ C,
sod Skin Diseases,
DroPIT. Teeters, To ••
Gaut. Nostalgia. as
Dlocd,are the most -1
Their effects shun • 11
all other Pills. Th
but would la •
moss of the blood
and tons to the who !
the every •
able and dangerous
dans. moat eminent
seas. send Nuatificate
great benalits they hal
They ere tie afeat ai r
muss mild as well
they me may to takel.
theY are entirely
Ds, J. O. AY A: k k. 0:; LOWELL, EWA.
• Prsatkal sad anslltisal Chsztais.:
ir m a • sad Desists tik
Would invite the
Ws to dill and onothteithetz
. ±na bawl the.
as:)amwr OP 000m'
o prefrartd to do I
104 03i Z 9 111 i
on the most reasonable terms
We also keep In store and make to Order
J. 0. FROST k SONS
Oct. 1. 1813
GEOP McCABE & SON
this notion, to which they
tteution of the public.
They keep on bail
or faroieb to order
sZ • '
BI 0 N
anything In our line ars re.
- sad szamlas our stock.
240A8E & SON.
• 1 •
Third 'lard Coil Yard of 1.,.
a good gdpply of
Always on Ind'. !
at the LOWES I' PRICES.
07 • 7AXU.T 1171200.
;randAc.e. prime* Judi
o °l3l Stanza and Breanc Fey
, iles, Rheumatism. Eruptions
Itillousness. laver Complaint.
sore sad Balt Rheum. Worms.
Dinner PIA, and Purifying the
agentalpurgative yet perfected.
stly show how much they aloe
era safe and pliesent to take.
They Purge out the foul
hey stimulate the; sluggish or
action; and they impart health
being. They cure not only
ef every Wit. but &mid.
diseases. Most 'skilful pbysi.
clergymen, and our beat dn.
es of cures performed and of
we derived from these PAL
id best physic tor children. be
effectuaL Being sugar coated.'
i; and being prire'y vegetable
WAGONS!, IiVACKMS I
I hare on hand a large assortment o
• E :
LtrId:BER Girl. I
Than any other establi
WAGONS AND C
Of every description
:,to order on sho
Towanda, March 26, 1873.
AU'rUDIN. 1873. .
1 NEW GO
September 10, lea'
NIVE .. INSURE AL
•AItAINST LOW OR DOME
We represent over Eifli ISM I Capital.
• . Old Enliih and ome Compai
Eff TEE OLDEST AND 1 LARGEST STOCK
Hindu, comusaze I 4 THE
From one day to one Year;
QIIPERIOR,AGItICULTIT f tAL
NACHWIT. for Salo by
B. M. W'LL:LES,
To - wan:is.
OM* No. II Mercur's took, north side of ? Court
Howe square. , •
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER! AND
• - 'ILAMIIPACTIIIZED3I AGM. '
KowLog Machines, Hone Powers and Three/Um
Wheel Babes. Plaster, Sowers. Crain Seeders, Hay
!adders, Reaursible sad Steal :Plows, 0-Itieators,
TIC Horse Hoes. Cloraellullere and SannlnOClls.
win somas. vain nsarns, sax ans.aura •
• Din =um ?Imam 130 noun, cosh r
mum ros =ND mama. so.. ac.l •
Catalogues and defeurlitrre. IHnstrated printed cir
culars. rurnm ed or mailed Tree to all applicants.
It will oost but three cents to send for cl / culars
P 0 .6 1 01
Tarsiers when In Towanda. call and see mai l
april2l T 9. 11 H. WELLES: •
01 OAR% PAW FOR
GRAIN; BUTTER AND EC GS,
vicut a, k
M . E. It
The rapli growth of Towanda rannfrea the espan•
aloe of boldness. =Ube tuidartlipmf, realizing tpla
want of the,cotomnnitf in the
READY MATE CLOTHING LINE
Hai Coined. a new store In Baldleman'e Block,
(formerly aeon:pied by H. Jambs.) and Is now wa
pared to offer to hLe old customers and the public
generally. a better stock of
HENS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING
hment in 'the
Than eau be found in any other estebllatunent out
117 stock basin been pnrchued from the mann•
rectums this season, so that !hays no obi stock to
ofget rid of, bought at high prices. I hats a full Has
GENTS' IFURNISEiIISG GOODS
A z y
of the !Wool quality and latest styles. which I mu
Offering at b:soli:true& , .
I have no connecticin with the old stand, and when
yon want saytfdim In the clothing line, for yourself
or boys, call on me In Beldleman's Block.
M. E. EOSVIFJPT‘E
Towanda, March 98.1871:
PRESENTS FOR ALL
Is constantly receiving, in addition to ti,is large
stock of Jewelry,
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
SILVER •PLATED WARE OF ALL VA4tIETIEB
' GOLD, SILVER AND STEEL SPECTACLES,
SILVER AID PLATED
• REICIS Asa C 11111319
WATCH. CLOCK and JEWELRY rppaiiing clone
the beat manner, and warranted.
Thanks for a liberal patronage and hope ti merit
a continuance of the sanui. —
, X .
W. A. 1100ICIVELL.
Tom►nda, Ncr. 12, '73.
A , NEW STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
A• the sign of the big Bonnet, opposite the Court
• House, Towanda, Pa., consisting of
DOMESTIC AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
JIRO 'AND BLEACHED MUSLIMS
WATUPROOFI3. PRINTS, FLANNELS, SHAWDS,
.5T04. 1 .*
A full line of
HOSIERY. GLOVES, NOTIONS.
&c., &c., &c. •
' A large and complete stock of
MILL IN EA Y 'GOODS
For the Season, compriedeg ail of the most desirable
EATS AND, BONNETS AND - TREWMINGS
October 1, 1873,
WE CLAIM FOR
The andermentioned advantages over those in ordi•
nary use, the proof of which may be seen in the
extraordinary sales, and constantly increasing de.
:nand for them: •
let That from the peculiar constrnition of the
glasses they assist and' preserve the sight, render
ing frequent changes unnecessary.
241. That they confer a brilliancy and dlatiziAneu
of vialon. with an amount - of ease and comfort not
hitherto enjoyed by spectacle wearers, .
Bd. That the material from which the Lenses are
ground. is manufactured specially for antic Purpos
es, cati-l• pure hard. and brilliant, and 113 liable
to become scratched.
4th. That the frame in whick.they are set. whetb•
er in Gold, Silver, or Steel, are of the finest quality
and !knish sad ruramsed perfect In every respeca
For sale may by our Mitbodged agem this local 4
Hy. We never supply or employ tin .peddlers
VAL A. CHAMBERNIN,
BAKERY AND DINING ROOM.
BREAD, PIES, CAKE,da&CKERS,
BAKE DAIL Y.
And sold at/Wholesala and Retail. -
In onr DININI:dIOO3LS wo will accommodate the
pnbllo with eithar an l lancL orl good meal at all
times of ahc _ dq. , eseaing.
PYESZEBEI AND ICE CREAK „ON HAND, DOILLNEt
Also ■fine assortrzo t. of GrocerleP, Confectionery,
D. W. SCOTT lc CO.
I'9x I & MOM do not
IOPPOSTIZ Tl S KEA2I.B 11017116.
(INermerin pied by '
NEW JEWELRY SROREI
W. A. ROCKWELL
Of all descriptions at the lowest price■
JCST RECEIVED AT
B. A. PETTES & CO'S
rorrip IN LI NE.
‘ , J •
AND EEE GLASSES,
Tint block north of Ward House.
NEW YORK BOOT -AND SHOE
No. 3. ATNON A ORIFFITIMBLOOK. RIDGE St
Is receiving one of the largest and
best stock of BOOTS & SHOES ever
brought in Towanda, whicb h e is
offering at the very lowest prices for
Cash, consisting of Own* CALF, grn
& SrOoa, BOYS Qua Boors, Lamp,
Mums and\gounant's Shwa of all
kinds, all bought direct Wm the
Manufacturers, and timid made, all
goods warranted; A FALL Broca or
LEATH= AND FISSiNGS. ,
Thankful for past 'favors, I solicit
a continuance of /the same. •
Towanda, May, 1,187 p,
NEW CARRIAOE FACTORY I
Respectfully announce to his friends and 'patrons.
that ho has built a
NEW BRICK CARRIAGE FACTORY,
where he will conetantlj , keep on hands full 'assort:
TOP AND OPEN BUGGIES,
'rEOTTERG SULK S, AND 13.1111LECONS,
Made of the beat material and finished in the beat
rdty style,. His long experience in city Carriage
V'actories given him a decided advantage over others
Finish, Style and Durability
of his Wagons. • All they aaka La an
INSPECTION OP MS WORK
previoa,i to purchwiLog elsewbero.
ALL WORE Wdris4ISTZD - T0 airs Manta'
Thankful for the liberal patronage formerly ex
tended aad reepectfolly ask a continuance of the
RRPLIRMG PROMPTLY ATTMMED TO
Towanda. Jan. A. 1073.—tf
FOUNDER! & MAOHINE SHOP.
The undersigned haring purchased the Foundry
and Machine Shop lately owned by John Carman,
are prepared to do ail kinds of work appertaining to
their buainese, with promptness and dispatch.-
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS:,
And all kinds of
And all work warranted to give satisfaction
Of the latest and most Unproved kinds manufactured
andtept constantly on band ready for use.
SIDFAULT.:, TRON AND too Dry BEAM
Of all Ala
CULTIVATORS; CORN PLOUGHS
PLOUGH POINTS .
Of all kindi, and the latest tmpro 'ferments kept
° ' constantly on hand. -
LARGE AND SMALL SIZE.
STOVE . CASTINGS
ST Ell AND SLEIGH SHOES,
And all kinds of castings furnished Ca
March 80,1870. trams & nociunaz.
BLOOD & * s
Still continue o manufacture' their celebrated
HORSE POWERS & CLEANERS,
and will sell a better machine, for less money than
can ballad elsewhere in ihe,world. We claim for
our machines that they will-.do as much, or more,
,than any other, and are more durably built. We
personally superintend our, work and ace that it is
well dap. We will send ' • •
of our machines, on application. •
ONE AND TWO HORSE POWERS,
one To) Hone THRESHER SEPERATORS,
THRESHER and CLEANERS,
•!, cractowt axe nilau saw anus.
SAW AND GRIST MII.Z work done to order.
Give us a call before Purchasing elsewhere.
Ira OD (DIO.3aVIIEI • 'SNEUID7
1 •00 4200 1 1
After a receu of four yeare t and heavy expenditure
in improving Kills and Walter Power, we again re.,
name opa old business of
nuanyk-AcrruaiNG, Wow. cerwm,.
DREBBIX43, &O. •
Appreciating the hard times, we have thought
beat not to let down," but topush Home Industry
as the best means of restoring plenty.
For the secommodatlem of the treacly extinctl race
of spinners, we shall make Itolle. For those who
prefer. we will make Yana,—
STOCELNG YARN, FLANFEL, n
ctinjultetlon with Local Option we propose to
ald the frugahly of the country by maidng • few
thousand yards of Rout Cloth, that will enable •
every man to keep his breeches on.
Those who can, ahcauld call-and we will show
them ono of the anngest and , most complete •
Our machinery is now in good order, as our water
power is never-hang 'he public msy be in no fear
of disappointmen t, and we warrszt - All work to be
done properly. '
H. B. INGHAM,
CamptowM Pa., May 14;1873.
A N OLD AUCTIONEER.—Forty
AIN. years experience. All calm promptly attended
to. Tams, from two to three dollars nor day. Call
on or address RC= saimusr.
rkr.irmwtr. =eel Nome. Itradtnal Cot
Opposite tho now Jail;
11LOE TO ORDER.
LARGE IRON KZ LE
In the ignited States,
Omaha sad Prefflisins.
o. J. LONG..
tc);Am[B:4l' .3124 L.
WOOD. WIL.T.OW, AND WO= WAD"
FLOUR, FEED, VPINT4, tie.,
Roo: PATTON'S SLOGS;
COR. MAIN AND BRIDGE STB.,
I desire to call the ittentiOi of the public to my,
assortment of goods. which '1 is always Nil and coat- 1
plate, anti will I* sold to ray customers at lowest
My 'awl Of
Hare beau purchased since the late reductlo
• tariff on there, and are offered at prima
Orders by mall or , otherwise will receive arida
and prompt attention.
Thar*leg the publie for the liberal patronage
they havo ii,tren cie. I wish a corttinuance of the
... . . -
CASH PAP FOB ,COUNTUY I 1110DtCE.
GROCERY AND PROVISION
ra - 04:ApE & EDWARDS;
Wboleszle and Retail Dealers la
REECITIt'S NEW BLOCK, TOWINDA;• PA.
We do not deem tt necessary to enumerate all the
dllerent articles we. keep. Ow assortment is
FIRST CLASS GO,ODS
Carp paid foe Parztere Produce.
March 1. 1870
"PDX & NEICITR, are now receiv
ing a fresh stock of Goods in their Ilue. bought
since the jet January. to which they invite the at
tention of their friends. We keep the largest stock
in town. Our goods are fresh and desirable. We
sell at lowest market prices.
Jan. le, 1871. . '
PrH AND NEW TEAS, 1
ize the recent decline p ri ce, and selling
cheap at retail. PDX & ISSEIICIIII.
Jan. 19,1871. cJI
4 CU are spiting (fro
caries at rata Jan. 19. 1871.
FOX a, MERCUR are selling New
and Fresh Goods. Jan. 10, 1871.
FOX & 11:EACUE, are selling Gro
'ceriea cheap. Jan. 19.187 E ,
FOX & lIIERCUR are selling &lA..'
class (foods only. an 19,1871.
VOX b, BEERGUR are selling
cheaper than ever. ' Jan. 10. 1871.
RE3fEM:BatER that we are selling
And that we won't be undersold. •
Jan. 19, 1871. .FOX & AVESC77II.
Jan. 19. 1871. FOX Jti;
OUR CUSTOMERS can rely upon
getting the very best the market affords and at
lowest prices. E.
Towanda, Jan. 19,71. • NRY MERCER.
Rte`, TBER THAT FOX ,S; uER
CUB are retailing en Wham of Groceries at
wholesaleprices. The largest stock In town. Goods
first clue. prices low. i • E. T. PDX, --
-,Sept. 29.7. , ' HENRY% METICIIII.
NEW STEAM VpaIIRING KELL
IN SHE.SHEQUDI, PA
The entscFib decirce to give notico that his new
STEAM FLOTRING MILII
lanow in angcesafnl operation, and that ha is pre,
pared to do all work in his line on short notice.
CIJSTOII OBINDLNG DONE PNITHE BAOIZ IDAy
THAT IT D 3 RECEIVED
Meat Bock - wheat and Eye 'Flour. Corn Meal.
Feed. Bran, dm., always on head and for sale at
PAIITICULAB NOTlCE.—.Persons livingo on the
west aide of the river desiring to-patronize my mlll.
will have tlMir ferryage paid both ways, when they
bring grieta 3f ton bushels and>upwards.
api.P9l Y . fi AYERS.
sigeed have formed a' copartnership for the
purpose of conducting a
GM , TERIL 3ILIALLNIG BUSINESS
The highest market prices paid , for ail kinds of
mutt, FEED Asp 3LEAT i FOR BALE
and delivered in any part of the Borough without
Orders by in 111 or other vied, will receive pfompt
attention. L. J. CULVER. -
W. N. FOSTER,
'Sugar Creek Hills, May 14, 1873.4 f•
BARGAINS IN STOVES!
Giyen to all purcba,
H. T. J
HA R .V R
get 7, Is
Si'a Gen nothing but
sets for Cash, at
rang abi Nedbinft r
DR. H. 0.
,POll7flR. & SON,.
. , --, • r 1
' • ' Ta" ' 1•! 1 -
, , .
OLD. CASH ' DB G'• , STOIIH,
i, , •
• imam za dais, ' 1
,•1 1 I
Corner Main NA rise trona.. sa.. •
„le t .*
[ , , • ~.,1 '
asysteeamtkr to Nock emu aud
ecnoplate easortasent._ ea eiteruilve is.
rids, embracing many articles ' La the Arta for
rnecbartical purpoess carefrdly bald sob
to tbe prternmetve wants
the oldie, artacli et W .
rcred mits tr ill e anuV.lleamonteth
r l. 7 l Wl=le aa o:
, tl D . nalating of
Lo t rE:36 .1 • ' ,
Dutras, MEDIC Cl/E141411,
•.' , ', rarer aim T : !
.: I r
ALCOHOL AND FINTENE,,
TI: ;: ‘
BASH mai T
vennisr. warn -WASH,
... . And all kinds of
• t t * ". l.)
KEROSENE Olt OAL IL,
. , -
- . Darning raids, 1 , 1 1
. LAS= SHADES, wicpra I amiNzra 1
'. f Sperm. r i Ard. Wtado, Scats Volo,i
TANNER'S AND MA I} :I. OILE
Fancy and Toi l ie
lrd Artlei in 1 theirtar*,
SPONGIrd. B11171111E13.! BO :, 00=19,
rontadeli,.Hair-I: o 7vaN • , .... : .
POCKET BOOKS,P IRTMON4III
, 1 Pocket Br,
• I lleo, 1 •
TOOTH, I M ~ A ND min riumoice.
1 . ,
• PURE wEns AND MRS, . 1
' 1 II 1 11
• Arne Medicinal nee.' • [ 1
,4 ' 1 .., 1 4 2 i - I, 1 ' il'
Tonebpo, ilzr,ul7,-. , LED Cumag,
I ! ,
cumin, Plekt a nd llower-1, Tritesim;. 59P.
Pie, Dospenaosies, non Br ore, Erred
~. lii=elle al ral a rl it ig a licitti*
-.9r &loarge.frelf-fleiling = 6 1 1 1 ' .,..
' " J . = . litt=e, ViS=a, - ek l atir l l3a t tk I
Brick. and Stare lilackn e kb Teckle, ern!.
amino% ko.; llotanio. and Home*
la Medicines. and all the nlar;Patent
-It E isioi . l'Es. I
All articles warranted as ' P son '
s distance can receive th eir Iby st age or'.l
width will receive prompt and attention,
medical advice , given ..at the/ of
chwenA only _ for medicine. tr ; ienc i I. I
sr manual for past liberal , monl4
pectfully announce to their end Wide,
no pains shall be Spared to astral*, and merit the ,
tinted:ion of their confidence andliatrorewe.,
gar Open Sundays for one fromHrEa , 9
S.m., and 12 m. to 1, and d i et .nr.: I '
13 1 4
April 1,197?.—fir. I II i I
THE 311.L.1) POWEA - CEREE
.. • i 1
E L Y' 6 ,
• '1 !
, P IIIMPIIIIEIBI3I- 1
• 1. 1 I 1 1 - I
Have proved, from ) th mo ato ample eipertencs
entire IttleCear..l3)Mple, prom 1 efficient and VI
ble. They are the only medi e perfectly ads)
to popular use-so simple that stakes canzip
• made in wing them; so as to be free f
danger; and so efficint as to always relit
They have the highest commen a on from all,:
will always render satisfaction. ! . " . 1
.1 CUBES. 1 , ,
, .- CS
1. Fevers, Congestion, Lnfl SKon, „ I
, 2. Worms, Worm Fever, W Done.,
1 3. Crying-Colic, or Teething o Infante,
I I. Diarrhoea. of I :Children - or Adults, 1'
5. Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic. ' .
6. Cholera Morbos, Voillitillg. : '
7. Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, , -
8. Neuralgia, Toothache. Tamarix%
9. Headaches. Sick Headache, Veritlgo,
10. D 3 spepa s, bilious st i r I .
ll... Suppressed. or Faint Peri 15;
12. Whites, too Profuse P riod 1 I
13. Croup, Cough Difficult li thing,
14.- Salt Blunird. Erysipelas. ptions,
15. B heumetteim4 She umatie lac
16. Fever and Agne . ChM, F ,Sgtles,
17. Piles, blind or bleedinn.
18. Ophthaliny, and Sore or ,We
19. :Catarrh. acute or chronic. b
20. Whooping Cough, violent ct
21. Asthma, oppressed breathiti
22. E a Discharges, impaired IS
23. Scrofula, enlarged glands. S
24. General Debility. Physical V,
25. Dropsy and scanty Secretioi
26. Sea Sickness, sickness DOM
27. Kidney Disease, Gravel, I
28. Nervous Debility, Seminal
Involunta.y discharges, ,
29. Sore Month. Canker:
30. Urinary Weakness,
- 31. Painful Periods, with Spa
82. Sufferings at Change of life, 1 1
33. Epilepsy, Spasams , St. Vit Dante.
38. Dlptherla , ulcerated erated sore at, - - 1_
35. Chronic Congestiona and E T '
• Vials, to cents, (except 2.4. 2.1 arid 3:10
FAMILY oASES. 1
Case (Morocco) with above, 35 large vials and
ual of Directions, • 1 1 I ! $,
Case (Morocco) o; 20 largo viols mid 130 e,
Single Spies gad Vials as abalco. I I
Kir These rem'edie's :ire sent
box to any part of the country
receipt of price. address
LIRE. 11. PO
Be - gs to Iniormhis ntuner'on.
who desire to avail themselve
to !Tidy themselves with
THE BEST: WINTE
p4tiat he.fiis jtist opened the be
E . 14 S T A(N D tp,
Ever displayed in
RESIESIDEII that zny goods r,I
and W.skR;BANTED WELL x
One door otit:11 of Fox
r JOHN L. Ato
Hu removed to the building f.
W. T. Davies, Esq.,
And Ls now pre
re,' to furnie
ything in the
' ror G
NE AND C'
( I t
othi ln hu •
f it,d I lee
My stock of Ch
best ba the merke
' TO j i t.o
OR .1,41' T tr3Ll'.
Eye , .
u O ug . I •
I# l2 lo •
' 6 00
fiew ' 1 chitrg
ClO •• 'a
t riirk ' pt.
Y DAY. '
LI i TO , AINDA, PL,
' 1 I
twaortsfAr4 dIfD IT rem
i ' 'OIL 13, G G I
Ravii ;i g
ri , t 6 na ,,, ar
litai!. tol+ poi
C 'AND 110
TED EEICO I SE:
. CO, r
1 [ r .1 I
And a e Assortment of
• , :,.
TOILE Ii :0 A. , I
~ ; ' FANCY G
I.! - 1
Mere ,thzi • us care and attention el l
Ocuoimut of : Rrescriptions.l • Open
from 9' o'cl ,a a# to l'paa. & &Inn 5 P•itl
Me,l Ifenra.r. cand)e consulted at the- s
urdny.of etch week as heretofore. • I
To I 1 II : 1
' - I
.G. GO) wanda May 7`, 972. - - I
1:s PO7D .
arani 1M171317AL F.
J, ' 1
, I.MT :ffiT i, AID Or e, itEPCMi Accon
I • 1 I • - 1
SPZCEAL ens orrirt. 70 TIM Co ..r.rx•no::
a '!l 'l : • I 1
fres winking to n MONTT P. 11 1 Z13 , p:
13 tedStatto, EngliM, Ireland, Sdotland, oi
drain:Mei end talons of Europe', can her
draftel or t janrpOse.
I • I I ,
' - PAAGE • TIC,
To or :tram old orantry, by I
Ing lines, dims o WI
I I .
.FAICIVIII yea ccrita AT
' I- 1
f '.et Pi l'
JOL i'o Pre]
December 1, 18691.
A i . J. ts.ICiB.
.L 2.. , -
or 17. S Bon
ion of to
OF Plss v
-- 1 : 8
I .Wyal ycill tuaing.
10;' 32 le.
a. m.; Sayr!
riving at El'
I ves To • nda at 710
757 m.; Wave
..ira at 9_oo a.
yearra at 5 30
:ayre, 24 p. m.; A
owanda at 7 10 P., 31!
No: 31 1
arricin , at
ERIE, IItAILIIO.ID I
• 11, 072..
: IL f. GOODMAN.
, 111Pn'1 Pagitenger Nger.
U 13, ALEI—. -- •
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TH -E Dr:Ert.I.BLF. D I' - 7.1.NG,F.' i 1
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•ii il I._ • '.l I
I':, I •11ON E. S'Y TERM I [ F,
1 r -
I I• , I r
Monthl7 Pa • ..ents lake' , I ;oition of the - FL:-
atm", =one , 1 _
tatilJi.lB7 ." 1 , A. I. N'OBLE & co;
:. . C EERS I
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RE ,'W I • E ,C,-, ELT: ',E
1 . 1 1 .
IRA3LF,I TRAM •. TRAMP i 'l
•I 1 II ~ 1 11 - -' il
TliO! Bo;-6 at, 1119,Y:o •in?,, and _t,)e
Cdrls' - nd. Me i 11 - 0 W. men, tan, , till
rtistii' for tl. ir:Groc-rios to - the ri
I-•_ I !,
• i I
RED; WHITE rs, • B ITE, STOBE. -
• [ • I -,
I E CEETES II& P *OI7ISION
I I I I 1 ; 1 [ I .
Now soid c,tesper than the ehea . est. Ertiryt!li:r... l :.
the line of rocerlea & Prorislo.s. . 1 ' '' 1
1' ' I . ' • .
•I 'F I 0 1
R, F E El)
Il• I • -- - • • 1
;;• • . [ . AN,D 1 1 '
1 . 1 . 1 _ 1 [ ~
K ' eP ,talt th Red, ite Bin. Store- Come ~, , M.l
get a pi:e' o go..,ds Mr a little m ney. . • 1 i
THE - tt HEST RICE PAI IN CAqii F.),C:
;I'l - • I 1
COOTJ T TRYI' ' I P
0 D IT C r-:.',
111. _ I 1
• ; .• 1 , -
At the B T I White Bine l
3tote of ._ '1 '
I I .
BR 1.111 LL' & HA.IGHT, ; u
• ; IBBIDGE ST . , TO*ANC-i • '
•., Totrastica Jan 23 t,74 . 1 ' 1
. -- e l
. - ipst A . sl G; ; ,I3,EsA. • s G, k.c. i•,
-a- -• !II il •! . - ;•: -.. , f, '•• •
1: ax numatu il.twtr• o onnEtt. 1,,
_ • I I , • - _
~ waltz PINE ND PITCH PI: is
[ ' 111 ABD34Pi.OOIIING BIDING, * I
i 1 '
i Aud a arietyHemlOck oards for sale. I
Wo late ow In operation a ew, 115517, adz-rail
Planer. an other!' machinery. combining all the
recent imp vemenP. and of th most superliwork
manittip.l tinnuor by ane ailing water-power.
wo are able odo w?rk IS soon it is presetgol—
do. itnlie.Sp . and bestow all th care necessary tot
doLost it per eetly. 801 l in the work and orders
we will ewe eve ~,natc7ss • t gems and wor
• , .:
tranship. • • f , 1 ,
Datnn!ern, T, Int-Mr - ,
N . ,
en to th
Btu:4a p mm
o 1130,01. N
ft.; L I p
ttg , Ft.*.
. Gold a.
N. N•. 13
1 , 34 FY
53 , '3
11 35 1
11 29 t
9( r ) .. 5 5
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9 - 25 4fl
145 1 °)
0 47 12 24
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