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' .I*.e Right Way. to Barite Canada Thistles.
: That Canada thistles may be nearly
entirely exterminated in soma
b' repeated idowings (as stated in a
a late number of the Western Bural),
t ,ef e s n easo the n -w is or ti k ta is te pr fa o v p o e nib rly le, do l ne im a p n w d
• ' m 'y Own experience in former
y rs Before the first plowing all
o str ctions to the plow should be
r mov d
ed; the plowings , should be
en thm tirel u y gh ba t r h e. e Se"Cll-
t as is necessary to as
f cc ea s
Itl3well understood, that the
r , ots of' no tree or plant, whether
anual, biennial, or perrerdal, can
I - lig. survive if prevented from vege
ling and coming up to - -the light of i
la y. Should a few puny plants ap
par the next year, as - -is sometimes
tlacl:c.ise, especially after a wet year,
tie, should be cut off a few inches
below! the surface whenever they. ap-
P,ear, until' wholly destroyed. When
' tliese 4oests of the farm cover or are
Ec atte i red over a whole field, these
frequent plowiegs, in a busy season.
ol' tlielyear, ar ea heavy tax upon ae
titime ano, labor needed for other faun
Hence, they are too, often
• suffered to grow unmolested' and
to slimed with fearful' rapidity.
_ An old friend 'ant neighbor-, of
mine, from Seneca County, N. Y., on
a recent visit here, informed me that
he had, the past season, harvested a
'fine clop of wheat from a field that
had', fOr yearS' been infested with
Canada thistles, its late owner never
._having 'attempted their exterrnina-'
Lion. ~ . ,
The .ploWing, preparatory for a
4 - I,aeatrerop, was commenced after
the thistles were in fall blossom and
c., - impleted before any plants had
ripened their seeds. In turning
undeil the thistles, the usual chain
atlaclAncnt to 'the plow was used.
'`Tri - pirts of the- field - where their
ranker growth prevented their being
completely buried by the plow, they
Svere cut down and then rake d ino,
,the furrows as the plowing pro:
greased. I 'i .
The cultivationt of this field after
Harvest was"the usual fallow cultiva
tion With: the _cultivator and drag.
= After( harvest .the field was again
plowed and fitted for wheat. When
the c op was harvested, only
Ipuny ' scattering thistles could be
been. This field was thickly seed
ed to clover,to be mown the next:year
before the ,time for the thistles to
'ripeOheir seeds, should there be
any surVising, plants. _ -
The roots of the thistle being in a '
measure 'exhausted at this period of
,their 'growth, When the plants are
preparing to-ripen - their seeds; the
lint plowing is doubtless much more
fri ,l e-ffective in checking their growth than
' whenitile roots are in full Tigor in
the early spring months. •
This method" of exterminating
,tli&'gs when whole fields are infest=
i l ed, islOow gale - rally practised in the
1 neight;orhood 'where my friend re
sides. -Although not a common
occurrence, I have known- - Canada
thistlo whn cut down after the blos
soms ' 'had formed to be almost
entirely destroyed by a single' movit
. ihg; owing in part, perhaps, to cau
ses or conditions of the plants not as
yet satisfactorily explained.
, ' An' old neighboi, of mine in Wes:.
tern New _York, a firm believer in
luina*influenees, upon whose farm's;
rank patch of Canada thistles had
been almost exterminated by a sin
gle cnttiniT,' was cnnfident that,
could : Le-recall the exact "tine in the
ripoon ' when the work was done :he
-could, imjiart some valuable - inafor
', illation on-- the subject of Canada
tliistles..---Cor. Western Rural.
ABOUT CABBAGES.—There is a gieat
difference in the quality of cabbages.
Some varieties are invariably la
and coarse grained strong flavor, and
more or less of a . woody , ' texture
when cooked: For market purposes
the large varieties are more salaeble'
than the small,. because few persons
know anything abont„the different
sorts. A. cabbacr6 is cabbage to
them, ancl value is measured by
its size;_,quality not being understood
.or thought of by those who depend
upon the-markets for a,supply.
We remember when the - still fa
=la's Winningstaclt cabbage was in
trodUced, and the high recommenda
tion'which accompanied it—all true,
without doubt, as there' was no
reference to quality beyond , that it
wohld come to, maturity early, and
the heads were very firm and solid.
This- is ,very true, and this old
favorite still holds its own for market
purpOses; but, in our opinion, it is
far froth being a first rate smt rrr
account of the extreme firmness and
compactness 'of the heads approach
ing to near a, ligneous character.:
The Early York - and old Early
',Drumhead are, to our`taste, far bet
ter sort for home use; and will, when
well grown, answer equally well for
ror late market sorts the Afar
bleheadXaminoth and Late Drum
head still lead; but when one wants
a good, fine-grained, i sweet and rich
: cabbage, the marnmilth sorts muSt
be laid aside.
For cooking, the iavoy cabbages
are, unequaled, and 'there are both
early. and late - sorts. possessi
liMilar good qUalitie4. They requirea richer soil and' better care than
other varieties, and do:i not grow to
as large size: but they make up for
all this in excellence _'of flavor and
, For pickling, thO -rcd varieties, are
usually - preferred; not', because they
are any better, but the deep, rich
color adds something to the appear
nnce, of even a dish of pickled • cab
bage.. -Those of •onr readers who am
fond Of this .vegefable k,licul.(l try the
v;itions soLts and seel ii we. are not
rscet in saying that then: is a,
:. • (.1! d fftrenco in the it Ivor of cm,-
r ra 1 New Yinker.
!nay lie set . down as? fact the
c:rer i the consumer and producer
brougt.t together the more
rf.krfc : ions both become. The
of a rich a,gricultural
t , o xtensive zmanifactnrip.
invariably results to the ad l
v•mt.:g6' of both. The difference
I,f,twerrAl the cost of transportation
f I'm a, short to a long distance to
.trliet, is equivalent ' to a high rate
interests which may just as welt
,be paid en ,money uses to purchase
high-piked land close to the market
4810 p'4, the transportation of crops
raised on cheap lands remote from
Wry, !low do you
fe:V?" said a friend tn a, defeatcd candidate.*
r ro s rlac i riftcr eleethm.' fret. I Fiippose," h e
1,17.1rnq ts . aa that r
• !, , v;1,• 11,e
do :F anleo am I. . .
.1111131 AM keittra Enr, toti only
aftelit thing abut Adam wits • r ii, tbit tat
tea: to inike iintnolir.g bpi! c•rte'
' D . W. SCOTT &
, BAKERS AND GROCERS,.'
First block Forth of Ward HOW*. •
We have adds insteesny to oar stork, and not
Offee a tall assortment of • •
GROQEMES . AND PROVISIONS.
We keep no booki:mdd no M i far bad
debt.: therefore re can and ere y the low.
est rates. AU are invited to Call and be convinced..
' DINING ROOMS'',
In connection wiU;' the above, 'and mei: at all
heirs of the day.
D. W. SCOTT it 110.
'T...viinda, Feb. 10.„18741 , - •
TN.. . . ,
SURA.NC'E.—The following reli
_ 1 --,
_- FIRE TRIED !. •
63mpaaies represented. - -
. ncsre, ..
Mar 19 '74-tf. 0. A. BLACK.
.. , •
The eePeetlmehip heretotori eMstlng under the
firm name o; Hash & Jackson, is tbls day disaolred
by mut all consent• J. H. Marsh Till settle an claims
against the Arm and collect all Mlle due them.
J. H. HARSH,
The bnainese will be continued at the same place
by the subscriber, who will manufacture and keep
on hand for wholesale and retail, all kiwis of furni
ture. Being prepared with a quantity of good lum
ber, good men and machinery, is ready to maniac.
Sere to nit the times and please customers. Be
fore buying give him a all.
idarlo,l4-tf J. H. KAMM
NORTHERN CENTRAL -RAIL
WAY.—Direct route North and South to Bal
tuners, Washington. Philadelphia.' and all points
South ; also to Buffalo, Niagara Ms, Suspension
Bridge, Rbchester, - Syracuse and all points Bast
and West on the New York Central Railroad, and
the Canadair. fig, On and atter Sunday, Nov. 23.
1873, trains will leave ELM:DU as follows :
Northern Express... ...
Northernßims, north and Southern Ex
press south, are throtrgh trains between Rochester
and Baltimore ; the Morning and Evening Accom
modation north conneetat Canandaigua with trains
for Rochester and thectalls. -
G. CLINTON GARDNER, Supt.
ED. Et YOUNG, Gen? Pus. Agl. Baltimore, Md.
!wing decided to go out of the inaicese,t Ti r
her entire stock of
- . AND
FLOUNCES; - -'4
- , RIBBONS,
AT COST, iron TELE NF-11"1 . 111:1217 DAYS):
Booms, corner of Han and Bridgo Streets, over
M. J. Long's Store. Entrance on Main St, 3d door
Towanda Den 4 '73.
A T ER'S CATHARTIC PILLS,
TOR Ail TILE prams'sor A TAZILY
Curing Costiveness. Jaundice, DyipePsia, /DM
gestion, Dysentery, Foul Stomach and Breath, ErY
filPelatf. Headache, Piles, IthetunatLim'', "Eruptions
and Skin Diseases, Biliousness, Liver Complaint,
Dropsy, Tetters, Tumors and Salt Met* Worms.
Gant, h'eiraigis, as a Dinner Pill, and Porifying the
Blood,are the most congenial purgative yet perfected.
Their effects abundantly show how much they occe
all other Pills. They are safe and , pleitseitt to take,
but powerful in cure. They purge out the foul hu
mors of the blood ; they stimulate the slOggish or
disordered organ into action; and they impart health
and tone to the whole being. They cure not only
the el e-y day complaints of every body, bid formid
able and dangerous diseases.. Most skilful phyal.
clans, most eminent clergymen, and °wiliest cal
,zens. send certificates of cures performed and of
great benefits they have derived from' these -Pi is .
They are the safest and best physic for children, be
cause mild as well as effectual. Being sugar coated,
they are easy to take; and being pure'y ;vegetable
they are entirely s
' MEW= I
Ds, J.C. AYER & &0., LOWELL, ALfilS.,
Practical and Analytical Chamlsta.
Wlall Drugist. and Deslera to 311e4kdoe.
il0:01,9d1,6; T ,1:04:41:Vv,s91,040:10:4'.11
sEAsolcED'itErn mat AND PITON PIN
BARDS, FLOORING; SIDING,
And a variety of Hemlock Boards for Rale.
We have now in operation a new, heavY, sir t rel
Planer, and other machinery, combining all the
recent improvements, and of the most superb work.
manship. Running by a never-fatting ,water-pawer,
we are able to do work as soon as it is presented—
do it cheaply, and bestow all the necessary are e for
doing It perfectly. Boil In the work and ordersi
we will satisfy every man as to prices aid work.
flampinson. il,pril 7: 11i 2 -1y
HOW IS THIS FOR LOW : 1 1
We offer DRESSED LUMBER L 4
the following rates: ,
Hemlock' . Flooring, (eholee):.. .... :... - $lB par If.
Whit° Pine -.. ,
Pitch a a .. de ~.,28 ..
Siding gli to 25 ~
Plaits from $2 to $1 per hundred. , "
I'LANLNG,IIATCHMG, RE-SAWING, &c.. ..
Done at a moment's notice and by the
ery' now made. We have on hand
ORY.SUICDRZD THOUSAIiD Pk= DRY
We haceita the Mill Pond
THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY TEl'
FEET OF LIMBER '
And are constantly Mannfactnrim
Air Parties who can reach ns are fool
near the railroad for LumbeN as tinder an)
stances we can SELL IT' eIIELPEB—at I
cost of transportation from here to the., re)
tafs2 to $3 per thousand. *
June 26, 13
The Spring term of this institution 11l com
mence MONDAY. APEIL 6,1874.
No So pains will be spared to 'maintain the high
standing of the institution, and by carefully looking
to the interests of each individual student po make
its work even more efficient. Each teacher will have
his speciality. and use every facility to make the'
topics interesting, and to secure the largestlpossible
results in his department• •
Classes will be organized in several new studies
in Science and Language. Also!, the elands in En
glish will be remodeled so as to_ meet the Wants of
new students desiring to primate these branches.
To save expense, text books, the same as in the
county will be used in the Englichbranches, with
the exception of Geography.. ,
To make ti-e sojourn of nonresident students
more pleasant, the Principal will use• his I house—
situated but a few rods from the institute building
—for boarding purposes, where rooms tarnished
throOghout and provided with clothes cloects and
other eonveniences will be furnished for the young
The best rooms in the Institute will be tarnished
and assigned to the, young men; all will board at
the house of the Principal. There will be t awful
supervision on the part of the Principal and teachers
of the manner in which students employ their time.
Price for tarnished room and board, including
fuel, lights, and washing not to exceed sit' pieces,
4 CO per week. Students will furnish their own
toilet and be held accountable for tho furniture in
their rooms. •
Those desiring to prepare themselves for the work
of teaching during the following Summeri should
apply to the Principe' at once. . . I
Tuition from Pour to Ten Dollars per term. ac.
cording to studies pursued. , • I
For farther Jartiortilsn or drag/wi t address th e
Principal. E. E. QUINLAN. Thwart& I
Profet Board Trustees. •
STAMPING - DONE AT I MES.
HENRY KM 7 GSBURY'S
MAKING ROG MS, No. 2, AR OA DE
7 . 071470.1. 7.)4. 77. ;Rl*
•FOR SALE OR RENT:— tlesira-
VA. be Hones and Lot Cu Fourth street, fifth
hones north of 0. D. Bartlett's; convenient to Insti
tute or Oradell School. Enquire on minims.
• • WM. 110fitIP.
'Prelude, limit Ft '74. if -
F am & EKYITS
Would twits tilo Public to Gill
LARGEST AND BEST
Which will be sold at Wholesale
We are also
10 20 pm
t 12 - 00 m
d,. 555 pm
5 45 am
J. 0. FROST k SONS
- MARBLE WORr'S,
Rave Ind 'received the lastest assortment of `•
$ETer eshibitedin this notion, to which they
finite the attention of the public.
H a. wrimax
They keep on band or fondakto_order
,• • -
M lIMEN VS;
TOMB !STONES, MANTLES, &a,
AT THE LOWEST TER
I • to go
a fl. 1110
Persons in want of anything in oar fins ars ru
specttolly Invited to all and examine our stock.
Towanda, ltay 1, 1171
FARMERS TAKE NOTICE
The undersigned -will be lowered to receive at.
Wyssuking.-,pa4 geodlat veal -naves and lambs, be.
tween the hours of 2 and 6 o'clock, p. m., on Fri
day. April 3d, on.Triday, April 17th. and on every
Friday during the months of May and AIM, and on
the second and fourth Fridays of July and August
next. On the thilritof,Aprii the price for good veal
calves, weighing; from 130 •to 200 lbs, Ida be 6X
cents per lb. For those weighing from 100 to 130,
teem 4 to 5 cents per lb. according to weight and
condition. After-that date the highest market prices
will bo paid for bath calves and lambs, being gov
erned .by general markets, A calf to fatten well
should never be allowed to run In the 'field or yard,
but should in -all cues be duel% confined in &clean
dry stable. where it will not have sufficient room to
run, and the cow should be driven into the stable
regularly two or three times each day, and the calf
allowed to suck all it desires, until it arrives to the
age of frem 5 to $ weeks, when it • will usually be
suitable for market.- Remember fed calves are not
desirable for veal, and if brought here will not be
bought except at low price.. Farmers that have
early winter lambs to dispose of, will find it greatly
to their advantage to sell them hcre by weight,
during the months of May and 'Jane. when they
are always in demand at high prices: Persons can
at any time ascertain what
_prices will be paid for
the next itueceeding week, by enquiring of me at the
Brick Store, where I am always found, and ever
ready to buy, at highest market prices, grain, hay
butter- egg% Peet. Penlien kc., and to sell goods as
cheap as the cheapest.
Pa., March 10, '76-sm.
k The underadined Using recently leased for a
term of years the old "Boa stand," in Burlington
Bore, are now prepared to cry on the blacksmith-
Ina business In an its benches, and pledge them.
selves to de their work as chpad as well as any
other country shop In Bradt ounly. We study
to please all who may favor with a call.
• • GEORGE IL DAVID k SOl.
Burlington Boro'. Jan. 29. 14., •
GOOD FARM FOR SALE Cheap,
containing about 73 acreai-abonoo acres im
=. formerly cremcd by J. IL Dowmanolec'd.
rule, good trams barn,. good water, young
bearing fruit trees, and situate in Asylum twp . sour
Wien fromVonands. Terms eat,: _ Eno's* of IL.
0. GOFF. Towanda, or
They hare now on
EVER. fl( TOW
on the moat
akc to order
We also keep In store and
GEO. McCABE 4 SON
II A It B L E
Of every style,
McCABE & SON..
- - WAGONS I
LUMBER AND LIGHI
any other establishment in . the
ENT OF GOODS
'AGONS AND CARRIAGES
very description manufactured
I ptember 104 1373
AGAINST LOSS 88'D
RE AND LIG
e represent oTer Piny Milo
E ODDEST AND LIJIGIO3T STOCK AND
MU AL COHPANIE3 ' I IE THE
Flan one day to one year.
NOBLE & 'VINCENT.
Feb. IL 1873.
QUP ERIOR AGRICULTURAL
ISACIItdRY, for Sale, y
R. M. WELLES;
• j- TOWANDA.
(Me No. 3 Ilcreure Block. noirtb side of Court
Hcnale square. •
WHOLESALE Ail) RETAIL 'DEALER AND
MANUFACTURERS ADERT, I
Mau l ing 3darldnes Horse Power. and Thresahers,
Wheel sakes, Plas ter' Sowers, Grain Seeders, Hay .
Tedder., Rerandble and Steel Plows„ Crltlntors,
Thill Horse Hoes, Clover Hullers and Fanning
rq I • ra-1 1 •• • 111 'Le • 7 .1_1• LA_ •'•••
ii ustais ros wass airman, ac..
"QahlageN end deoniptire, ithatrated printed dr.
Asap. raralehed or mailed tree} to all Applicata.
-Itswili watt but three Dania s to and for eirculan
Firmer! when In Towanda, cali none.
- 71Ona TA. lli.
F GHEST 1L4.17 PRICE
GRAIN, BITIvrtR, A
i • "
- , -
,-', • . r.
on, hand large assortment of
WHICH z WILL
to order on short notice.
March 26. 1873.
NE - W.GOO
Old &ill& utd
IN CASH. PAID
' • 1
IMNCM:2 TEM I
pronsterly occupied by IL likiotte.j
The tepid growth of Torn& mares the tapir
den of laminar, end the tanientgual, reellaing this
want of Um communiti to VIS _
REAM KAYE CLOTHING . LINK
Eat opened I new edam fa Beidlentanl no*
(formerly oceirp(ed by H. Jacobs,) and Is now pro ,
pared to offer to lila oldcustomers and the public
general?, a better , stock Of
MENS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING
Than ean be bland nanny aotbar
Ma the calm . •
KT stock has an been ph/chased from the mutt
tutu/era this 'sum so tut I have no old stock th
ge f t ria of„benght it high prices., I hare s fo.o lthe
• `‘. -
GENTS' 'FURNISHING GOODS
of the finest quality and lateat styles. am
Offering at low figures. ,
I have no comae' lion with the old stand, and when
you tint anything in the clothing line, for ycrareeLf
or boys, call on me in Beidleman's Block. •
M. E. ROSENFIELD.
Towanda, March 28, 1812. . -
PRESENTS FOR ALL
NEW dEWELRY SBORE!
Is &instantly recolving, 111 addition to his large
stock of Jtrwelry,
AMEMCAN and SWISS
GOLD #zin SILVER WATCHES,
ELLVER PLATED, *ARE OF. ALL VARIETIES
GOLD, SILVER AND STEEL SPECTACLES.
SILVER £ND PLATED
Of all descriptions at the lowest prices.
WATCH. CLOCK and JEWELRY repairing dons
in the best manner, and wartanted.
-Itarika fora liberal patronage and hope to merit
a bontinnance of the flame.
(Towanda, Nov ! 12, '73
WE CLAIM FOR
204t4VDCO1DI iZ Dto liuto *
The undermentioned adfaritages over Motto in ordi
nary use, the proof of which may bo seen in the
extraordinary sales, and constantly increasing den
mend for them: -
Ist. That from the 4prs 4 ellar constniction of the
Ousels the/ amulet ied_preserie the sight, render
ing frequent changes unnecessety.
2d. That they confer a brilliancy and distinctness
of vision, with an amount of ease and comfort not
hitherto enjoyed byspectacle wearers.
Bd.,That the material from which the Lenses are
ground„is manufactured specially for optic pnrpos•
is, and is pure, bard, and brilliant, and not liable
to become scratched. , _
4th. That the frime in which they ire set, wheth
er in Gold, Silver, or Steel, are 'of the finest quality
andllnish and guaranteed perfect in every respect,
For sale only by our authorized agent in this local
ity. We never supply or employ peddlers.
Vil4. A. CHAMBERM:M,
Nev. 20,18 7 12
0, A. BLACK
CROCKERY OF VARIOUS , FAT:-
And 'slow as the lowest
SILVER PLATED WARE,
I would say to tbe L public that on any goods kept
in stock I will not as undersold
Towline', Feb. 19, 1871. Ys
BAKERY 'AND DINING ROOM:
lint block notth of Ward Haase.
BREAD, PIE S , CAEXCRAOKERI3,
And sold at Wholesale and Rebal.
Ia our DINLSO ; ROOMS we wilraccommodite the.
public with either s lunch or a. good lineal Mall
times of thr day and evening.
Ol'a - rmitS AND, ICE CREAM ON BAND DURING
THEIR SEAS9N. •
:Mao aflneaslbrtment of Ur 6 eerks,Confectionery.
mayllY tf- D. W. SCakr k
FOX tic IfgßOUlt do tot 401
miodynmmo ' simAo7ifinil;;
W. A. ROCKWELL
FINE GOLD SETS,
RINGS AND Cifiatiiii.
w. A'. ROCKWELL.-
ARUS & MORRIS'
AND EYE GLASSES,
< 1 /
BIRD . CAGES,
S WOOtOnD '
• , .YORK
10. & MON kOsArrrr__ osauult St
Is receiving one of the largest and
best stock of BOOTS do SHOES ever
brought .in Towandi, *lda. he is
offering at the very lowest prices for
Cash,' consisting of Othrs Gas, Kn.
& Simi, BOYS CALF lildoTo; Learn,
MMus and Citummiieil tBhoes of all l
kinds, all boug,ht direct from the
Manufacturers, and hand made, all
oods warranted. I A nu. moos or
AM FtIMMOIS. I
Thankful for yoast fa'
a continuance of the , sax
, Towanda, May. 1,1879.
OppoetHe the now Jr
Respectfully =nonce to his fri
that he ha, built
ssw =OK CAW:JAGS,
.where he will eel:latently keep =
TOP AND . OPEN
TROTTLIO SULHYB. AND =MOND,
Ueda of the beat material and finished in the best
city style, Ws long experience In city Carriage
Victories gives him. droided advantage over others
Finish, Style and Durability
of blo Wagons. All they
nisricTioN of ~HIS WOBIE
preitowi,to pFeluuling elsawners..
ALL WORK WARRANTED TO GITLPEEPECE
• 34T1, ACTION.
Thankful for the 11 patronage formal, ex
tended and respectfully 'asilt a
_se of the
REPAIRING PROM:LTD ' +H Y
redo l d prices
• . •
.L SEM trITIZILI
Towanda. Jan. 8. 1278. 1 -tr -
The undersigned ha Zing purchased Foundry
and Machine ghcrp lat‘mr:e f d wor b l y
a J Carmuus to .
t i reraVear, wth all ptuesa and
GM ILL MILL, GE.a.RIN
MAN *RIM L,S,
SHINGLO f MACIRSES
Of the West and mostMalproredklndaHmanufeetared
and kept constantly on head ready for um
PLTH S, amE. ILL , • •
plO2l, woob BEAMS
H - Of kinds.
Of all Idnda, and the , at Improve
conetan on hand.
i LARGE AND SMALL
S T VV: 7 0 TI
. : GRATES.
SLED 2.141) SLEIGH
And alrldrols of au
March 30.1870. f
BLOOD & CO.!
Still =dune o min . ,
HORSE PO II& ful..-..._
and will sell a better machine, for less,l mcmey than
can be had elsewhere iii , kf t a rarld . We claim for
our machines that they do u much. or more,
than any other, an4are wore durably built We
'personally unerintend our work and see :that it is
well down. We wi ll son ,• , 1 'l ,
• ' '' 1 ' • , I
them* , • •
of our machines, on app
it Von. ,I,
ONE AND TWO HORSE Pli) ,
One d two Horse THRESHER 5 samearo .
THEESIIER and CLII44 4 TEM, • .1
CIECRILLIt Dr WI 1 \
ELM AND G RIST IT , work d to order.
01 us a call before parchakag ahem
Ira "00. auoaavatt 'sursivi
Atter a recess of four years, mad
in improving Mills and Water Po
wane our old business of
111INUF,AOTORD73, WOOL ' OMAN)
Appreciating the bard thnee,
best not to let down." but topaz'
as the beat means of restoring plant
or the accommodation Of the
of pinners,, we shall maker Bolls.
prefer, we will make Tarn,— Ij
. STOCKING TAR NIn conjunction with Local 01E01
aid the frugality of the country
thousand yards of Stout Mai lb
every man to keep his breechon.
Those who can, should. .
them one of the snagest and mOst
WOOLEN FAO ,
In the United fiat(
lachlneiy it in goo 4
.Our no. -.eery is now _ water
power is never-fatling ibo piddle , , fear
of disappointment, and ito warrant ~. .be
done pr•operly. I .
If.' B. iNG7AINIL
Camptown, Pa., May 14,4873. : •
'ENV AND RAP PLAINTS.-
My Abbridged ""'""`•---
n . o C w ata r lOo n t a Nn
free to appllcinte. I:a irf• n. 00iVLE&_.;
Mar 19 '7t-tf. Towanda,' ri.
a • -
ors, I solicit
, FACTORY t
'Os And patrons.
nd a tall most:
. to give adieu:tic=
12,MMY AND • PROVISION
i. .. ,~~
111kolied•• eaa.punigairite ,
.. jur i, • • -
• _- •,•
14••0 8 . I 0
• '-• , 1 ••
• 1 . •,
I: '8 . JAW BLOC". TOWANDA. r 4.;
4. 1 , • , . 1
not dem It becoottry to on All the
• - 4
t - two katp. - Onrrostsoint Is
• WAYS. COMPETE.
We sell nothing but
____T CLASS eciotts.
Cash pail for Rizatero Produce;
nuct I. lino.
& wow= are l imy reCeiv,
frig a fresh steak at Goods Is their nue, bought
einee the lit . 1111 InsrY, to which the z Siena the st•
faunas at their Mends We keep UN largest stook
In taws. Our goods ire fresh and &sludge.. I%
ern at lomat musket prices. I •
;mi. 19, UHL I 1
ESI. AND NEW TEAf3, ?v
1. P 1 :11 1 = tee la e recent decline price. gad
ett i eap an. l 9 retail.. • FOX & MEROWL _
ox & XERCUR a,re ,
reales at ratan. Jae; 19. 1871.
VOX & =WM are ; selling New
-a: and Fresh Goods. ' Jam, 19, 1871.
Fox & MEM= are selling Gro
aeries cheap. Jan. W. 1871.
vox & =ROM, are selling first
@bump Ckads only. Jan. ISTL
ox • & HERCUIt are; 13.31111*
ebeaper than ever. Jap. 19, 1117 L
• • RETAIL!
And that we won't be undersold..
Jan. lg. 1871. FOX.*
MICHIGAN FINE-CUT I TOBAC
ha. 19 0 . VOX & 111:8C111111.3:
OUR KIIISTOMMS can rely upon
I the yell best them arket albedo and
Towanda. Jaa. 19,11. LIMY *EMIR.
- pe IMEHTIEII THAT PDX & HER
' are. !'tihng kinds of Groceries st
w The largest stockin town. Goods
lirst class. Prices low. , E. T. IFOX.
Bes 29. 0 70. ILENE= NERCIIII.
$ 4 Kslej ;4 ide_Vc oath
lIQ ECRESNEQUEN. PA
des Its gi
THAT IT IS
.Thickwhast mid Eye Plow, Caen Weal,
• ho., always on d and. for sale at
l• I • •
Nargdadiersons livings on the
• the river dathing to patronize my milt
their fur paid both ways, when Fiery .
• • cotton ftshals and upwards.
I . • P• 8 ATOM—
I . PATCH,
WHOTYSIAL OD' RETAIL
• E/LER IN
GROMIES :AND PROVISIONS,
• 's •
beet price paid for all kinds o}, ! ,
. , • 1
, POULTRY -Alm
BUT r ,
attention paid to lining orders. Goode
`free of charge anywhere In the Boiough,
Jan 14, 18741
We will be prepared to sell trout s I tain; from
- November 20, 1873, to. January '2O, 1874.. Spawn
cannot be transported during any other suion of
the year. '1
Also a splendid lot bf young • fry for Isla during
the months of February, March and April. •
Tb,e prOpMetor having had experience in locating
and arranging trout ponds, offers his, services to
those conterapJallng laving out and stocking ilshe.
ries, at reasonabki rates;
• beautiful Grove and - a large Picnia 110xise
egpressly for parties, is the grounds. -
famous Ponds ere lobited on the line of
the 80111 . van and Erie B. B. about 12 milee from
Admlu on to ponds, 23 cents; Season ticket', $l.
For fall partioulars 'call on or address 1 1 , , k
8. B. EITJENBERGEfti •
- ' Laddabarg, liradtoro County; Pa.
idOPARTNEBS The thiaer
aired tare formed a coplirtuership ter the
pmpoae o• Oillidl24M4 a
11121EfidL NOISING liIISINE3I3.
The highest market prices paid for I
. j •
mcline, FEED Am? MEAL YOB ÜB.EL ,„
• , •
and - dellvelvd In any part of the Borough without
Orders by mall or otherwise, will receive Pomp%
attention. • ' L. J. COLWBI4
ILN. FOSTEIt, -
Sugar Creek Mills. Slay 14, 1873.4.
BARGAINS IN STOVES !
TINWARE, • 4
HARDWARE, eI • •
'IRON AND NAILS,
Ste., . Ate.,
Given to all purchase a ter Cash, at
H. r. JUNE'S -
HARDWARE S f
rac.l7. I I
• , •
D a are ; PORTER
OLD OAKS DBVG-
r 1", •
1-! N 1 walk s
"1" 0 .14 ,
siiimisis at vs.
=. lo,oo4 lllllTheiNtairssitikin seett
»a ts Arts ON
t• itattl i rl i r art
al as Ur susT i = it imith r ig.
AMMO, joixtimm,,, 1 •
WV" 0611. VALMIII"
ALCOHOL AND' I 51`
ItAtlll PAM, WM= iIINUN-WAAN4
KEROSENE OR COAL 011,
t pwrami NUM" r i
LAMM. RUM IFUDIA =UM I
*MN tolcd, NbAls, Nimbi Foot,
TANNER'S AND MACHINE OILS,
Mica and Toilet Midas la vartekr i ,l ,
ikaudek Altat" Pstitutstp,
POCKET BOOKS, POBTMONAIB ,
Pocket Ulm. Piss"'
Tons. sum AND RUB PRIPABATIONg•
a notice that tali new
and that be Le pra; .
on short itotic+
NSTEE SAME DAY
AtWATEI ON A2vD,
' Respectfully announces
the public generally, tha
MILLINER BUSI NESS,
r • --
At'her old stand on PINE STREET. andl tnal
has a complxxx 111.4011,71traT, or OooDs, which
selling at hernsual moderate) prices.
Eng article wannmstri"
" - -
, - PURE inns 'AND )
.• - • rot mown! us. •
Tonooo,Peals Asti) sic s,
• - d
Ogaden. Meld an Mows Seeds, Taisiint.
porters, Susperssories. Nimbler • Presisaa,-Breast
Teightog Ifdog th
Nipple Molls sod Mun elds.
aas,Belff/sallng Prattlars, Tbeliß ottlesr. 1
sionietars. Mirroring liztracts, t ons
Man Dottie . Mils. Oaths. Bath •
. sad Stony Yish Tackle, Am
innottion. Btarda sad Hantrepitb;
io liadicinea and elk the popular MIAMI
AR istlolis was lii as remanded. Persona st
• distance tairrecsive their orders by stage' or sail)
'rola will receive prompt and asreftik attention. I
• ...Modica *Km even lratulknigY at- ofdaa
cbir t garoft fir medicine.
sr Thawed for seat liberal pahronsga,
pectfully sononoce to thedr friends and the publiatbst
no pains shall be spared to satisfy, and merit the con.
Onus:ion of their confidence sad. patronage.
, Er Open Sundays for prescriptioni from, f) to 16
Law- and 12 to. to 1, and sto 6 ! I
' 11. O. POIVEI2I It SON. ,
AprO 1, 11M.—*r. I
HE. 311:63 POWER CURET
• _ .1 •
Have proved, from themost ample expe.rien
entire success. Simple, prompt, efficient spit
' They are the only medicine pesfectlt,
to popular rise—so simple that' mistakes -e a
made in using them; so intrudes" u to'beifi
danger; and so - al.:tint las to be always
They hare the highest commendation from
will always render satisfaction. • -
. Mum. '
levers, Congestion, inflammation.
2. Worms., Worm Fever, Worm Colic,
3. Crying-Colic; or Teething of Infante,
4. Dierrliews. - of Children or Adults,
6. DYgental7. Griping. Bilious Colic, .
6. Cholera Mahar; Vomiting,
7. Coughs, Cold". Bronchitis.
B. Neuralgia. Toothache, Faceache,
9. Headaches, Sick Headache, Veritigo,
10. D3spepasa, Bilious Stomach; •
11. Suppressed, or Palatal Periods,
12. Whites; too Profuse Periods, •
13. Orme, Cough. Dilllcidt Breathing,
'l4. Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Eruptions,
15. Rheumatielm.B.heornatic Pains.
16. Fever and Ague, Chill Fever, Agnes,
17. Piles, blind or bleeding.
Ophthalmy. and Bore or Weak Eyed',
19;.0aturh, arm% or chronic. Balluenn,
2S. WhpQooppiag Cough. violent coughs,
2L Aatp3na, oppressedbreathing,
22. Ear Discharges. impaired hearing, -
23. Scrcdala, enlarged glands, Swellings,
24. General Debility. Physical Weakness. '
25, Dropsy end scanty Secretions, . •
26. Sea' Sickness, 'sickness from riding,
27. Kidney Disease, GraVel,
28. Nervous Deb il i ty , mi ni Weakness, o
Involuntary e, , •
Si. Urinary Weakneas,
31. Painful Periods, with Spasms,
32. Suffering" at change of life;
33. Epilepsy, Spasams, St. Vitus Dance;
34. Diptheria, ulcerated sore throat,
35. Chronic Congestions and Eruptioni,_
Via/s, 10,cents, (except 28, 32. and 33,)
- • FAMILY CALMS. '
Case (Morocco) with above, 35 large vials a
nal of Directions,
'Case (Moroico) of 20 large vials and Book,
Single Bales and Vials as above. •
,frr These remedies are sent by the •case'l
box to any part of the country, free of ch
receipt of mire. Address_,_. :
CLARK iI.'POBTER, Drug
66 .. WOLi
IN SHEEP GL
* I •
Begs to inform his niunerons.cnstomers
who desire to Avail - thonnielyes of an' op . I
to supply themsekies with
THE BE WINTER CLO :
1 A VERI i LOA PILICLS,
yhat he has just opened the beg stock of 0
HENS' ,AND BOYS' iw
' 'Ever displayed in tim market.
REMEMBER that 117 goods are ail -
and WARRANTED WELL MADE.
'One doOr Sou th of Fox & Mezetrz
Vci. - 1,!1873
FIAE! FIRE !I
T. OF A
LOSED UP A L
0 GET THE
to lior old atm'
I 1 ,
TAIL T' AN] F
'M° ; •
More Mall the usual C and
Comixatddlng of Pmamiptio
trim 9 ceblock,ll.m..to 1 p.m. &
Dr, Wpm. can be:consul
nrdny of *di week, is 'hereto!
Tow= a. 1 11 1 ) , .% 102
FI,-TLl , Tii i ll9]
• 1 1 I OF. TOTii2
. ' CAPITAL .1. . . - , 1 -- I
Striihtlii FII#D. .. .
j nk I
This offers .
T i clM3l:7A.l,
salicin of 4 ~ : ;,
4.1 r; '4L.11.4 - NICIIi
•• A; ;A: eau O'N , '
i I ~ 1 Al
g • -... i ll CAXX 017= TO TOY
AXD :.% • 1 • li •
-PartittA*Ahlttg tO DIDID 240,
I; = E rt l :1411 1 1* - 1
I ' 1 1 P 144•2 lEi 1 Ei 27)
To or m the:tod. conovry, '
bag lines, alvrsohard" -
Tlu; . I-i
ati74 . 71 inicui_
, 1 1
11 •t: 1
I Ito. I
I No. 3.
1 V I 1
• onttd l
Kept Qt Ve t ßea , W
get a pii 1? gods f,
1 i .[' ' • .
1' ' ofirs-r 1
At the h
er the el
• and 1.
, on will
o any 1
I The pa
w k loli miA L •
enals*, repaired th . :
re-oPened Ortlat a
r• 1 I
PXELI3, FO • • .EBB.,
I I -
1 I lI
I ECL O NI:•41,11.:
11, c ' FA~PITO
: WEITEA AN
For Medlciritl •
lent of . S
kt r Y
talon gi. en to tS
c 6 p. m. l, t , 7 pan:
t the store on Pai
' l-7 40,000.
F 'air r Da,
1 A GS4VESS.
0 • ma:cam ! at Nara
E . to+n7Part of the
85e.' .' • 34..
9 051 I Waverl
9 12' ...Sayre
9 19' Athen
10 00' 1 - 1 . —Tomas!
1050 L. ..Wyal
. 11 14 ,
II 36! .i..lleshop
II 45! . Blehoop
1 SO ..1.,..,.Pitt5t0 • .
2 00 ' :••
95 ; •
6501.. —Allen • , •
6OS ..L.,Bethleh: ••
635 . . East° .
8 20 i ..'..Phitadel • •
9 46, ..New Yok
yo a. m.;
021 Y. 8 03,
33 p. In.; ,'
I Fuson •
1111 E Er
I LO s '
1(3 a. NOB
pys at,e ' Mai
nd Illen and
Itt l "&
heap r t
' 0 U
'omen,,!( tao, all
ceries to the
I • -
if LUE 'STORE.
. t ßovi§ioNs
peat. Eyerythi g,
n the cA
• Pro •
5 E E,D ,
, . Store. I! f Ceine and
Blue St re
4111 H •
• Jan 28
i 1 IG 1 1
at the Ihiok-Bludery
I N G!i'
n 0 0
Bindery will be tin
ork be promptly .
$. caw:tette excelled.
tyle and mi
r, and all
g-ty of aty
a quality a 0
aired pattern, which
be warrantod.• •
will bo ready for deli
r a nge , of tea public
ry whili prcanaised; ,
solicited, 'and lel
the Tbird W!
VAN , COAL ,
09 1 had, ,
Nov th 19
t tie LO
• I,s, ,
yr. G. GOr.DOli.
• • d,-pr the prin.
aur leero procure
Gqd and 847 %,1.
.8, 1 ,1871 .
No. ' No
0:• 3 .
1 . 16 . 1•1(j1
.. . ..
:1290' : 62.', 710
11 451.- So 705
:11'35! 5 42. 0 53
'1129; 534 653
.1050; 505. 6,15
045;.. • 515
9 26', 05 454
8 58;• 4 29
'8 30: - 3 25: 3 5. - ,
720;' 237 rx
700: 2 29 •
• x ;10 47.12 24
, ;10 30 12 10
' 1 10 05 11 40
-; 830, 9 45
a. La., 111,
• ' &Terly, at. c.
6 30 ,
I the pnr
CER I ES
I ' WAND.!
Coll tarry: L.