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E. E. Quilium,
.1. A. WILT, • Committee
ntrr. D. CRAFT, of
G. W. RTAN, Associate Editors.
• A. A. Kt.t.A.t.Y,
I,!ernmunieettens maybe sent to either of the
ni , ve editem as they be preferred, and will appear
le :' ie issue of which be has charge.
1% W. RTAn, ranter in Charge Present
Examinations of Teachers for the
echoola will be held as folloves :
rteL !IN Burlington and Iharllngton West at poro'
F. hoot 'Dome; Oct 33 , Colnmbla and Springfield,
C:::utuld'a S Roads School House; Nov. 1, Troy.
.rough :School House: Nov. 2, Gratrvllle, Windfall
: Nov. 3. Canton. bra' school house:
and Frani:lln. Chaapel reboot house;
C. Asylum and Monroe. Alonroeton school
Nor. rls.er, vllla,, , Te.sclexd home; Nov, f,
S:.1;:o11ng Slone, Ff . :4ler school home; Nov. D. Wya
-1,,1vg. Campt.ram school !louse: Nov. 13, Pike. Le-
Eebool house; Nov. 11, Warren. Bowen
tr•olo'w School house; Nov. t 5, Windham and Litch
i. •hl. Windham Centre school house; Noy. 16, Or
v-11, Orwell 11111 : • sollool_ house: Nov. 17, Rome.
I—rou,flisvhoul house! Nov —J.3, Renick; I.andon
/. boo: Nov.;'2o, Twearqva. Keeney- scluxd
NiT. 22. Itldgbyry, Bloty Hill school house;
Noy. zn, Wells and South Creek. Gillette school
N‘.v. 21. Athens, bOircugh school house; Nov
Valley.school Inise; Nor. 27, IV
T..uatola school Bowe; Nor. 2;, AlbailY
landpvertoo. Bahr school house: Nov. 29, Wilmot
nod Torry, Torrytown; Dec 2, Towanda,
Arp 111!: pease come provided svith pen,
tok, f,x,l',..eap, lead pencil and reader.
r.:natinations to begin at 9 o'clock A. V.-
A. A. KEEN ET. Co. Supt.
Tuv, Ch7t. 7
The following rules or methods not be-
ing in our arithmetics, will Ue intere.stinpi
t to s•twit•rit'zt awl teachers; and useful to
viiy who may be using such ',arts of the
p Arc ri,.lfartlilw to the ( ree nod ; a
:al ste pi; g. 7 -(2 all:, half the shilling:-
t.-oths of pound; - reduce perice and far
tl.in!-s 171 farthings, adding 1 if more that ,
ond :2 if more than 36, and call the re
s-ilt 11 , inv-andtlis of a pound; combine th,
r, sill:, flow the shilling with that from
11cre.:o the rule if a decimal of a pound
:•)!:e ged to shillings, pnce and Li
thiuzs. Ey.sinple: —r:hat is 60 per cent.
of Pol pounds, 16 shillings,
,ii pence and
t hin4l. 'Half the siiiilaugl4 gives .8 and
11 1, mca and :1 farthings 41' farthings,
being over tifl, requires a correction
'2,'makit!g 49: •calling the last result
1:1 ,- 'esat,dtlisund combinirig with .8, the
re:.,ll:t is the decimal of a pound=.B_49;
1, , T cent. or 1 8 6.840=112.109. Doubling
tie tenths and dividing 9 thousandths by
4, and the answer is Ll 2 pound 4 •2 shil
ling-=, 2 Pence and 1 farthing. ;
Literril, 365 d4u., to the year, at 7 per
ten'.—Either of the ordinary rules re
u:res long - division; a tedious process.
NEW Ili - LE,: Compute the interest by the
canomon 6 per cent: - rule at 6 per cent.,
:;6 , ;.days to the year, then increase this
tcsnitby its tenth !alt and half of its
t anth part, one-hundredth of the half
' -nr-i 6-d by half of the one-hundredth,
AVi.l li is a short Tray of multiplying the
at 6 per"cent. by 1.1507. EXample:
\Vhat - is the interest on ;4480 for 2 yearsi
:; Moritr.s, 6 days, at 7 per cent., :365'.days
to ti c al% The.interest at 6 per cent.=
~ - - 1 -100th of last number,
s;:;:i.1 - 40_,.,.the interest at 7 per cent.. 26.1
days the year,
The &Myna] 1.1507-i- is the - answer to
thellowing problem : If the interest of
at, i per cent, counting 310 days to
the year, be one, whit must be the inter
est i u the same bum at 7 per cent., reck
oning *l5 drys to the Year?
Will some persd i n accustomed to cause
;Ind etrett in proportion, please state by
that-method, 'and explain the reason of
the slat( mem; also the following exam
ph.. Ii the baker's loaf contain 9 ounces
when };heat is 7 shillings 6 . pence per
What ought it to weigh when
v. heat is 6 shillings per bushel?
A x cientiticinstrument of a nov4 kind
av:.s -lately 'exhibited by Mr. W. Sei
tret tl:e inventor, at the niectis of the
lb , yal'Society of London, where it excited
he greatest interest and curiosity. It is
entitled a Bathometer, and is intended to
show, by anseasy proceSs, to the mariner
nt any moment, the depth of the water
neer whicli he is sailing.. The principle
tkitni - nhich - this ingenious instrument is'
r ,, sts ii ii the la vs of gravity and
t licit:application. It would take too much
'SpnCe to ;enter here into a full explana
tioti;of the process; let it suffice to say
that: reasoning upon the discovery of
Newtouvtthe„-pinver of gravity,' and that
thisi - orce depends not only upon the size
• Of' ti:e pass but upon its distance, and
attraction is in proportion to the
and in the inverse ratio of the
sqnare of the distaubes, Mr. , Seimens has
;c )11,i:tutted his Bathometer, which by a
deliatae and ingenious arratement,
and throtwlt the agency of mercury, hh
catt s , sote.c what 'as ilt --- barometer does,
the ehinges of atmospberie pressure, the
vary hit; depths of tke- ocean over which
I:,e mariner is - passing.i, * ' l ' If the
pew instrument realizes all the hopes 4,lNit
iutcrtaicti of it, Mr. Seimens may 'be
at Witted von having given to the
N; 0; id a discovery almoSt as important to
Tier that of the compass.—Ncte
I d 4012 ;Jur? of Ed L! , .! a 1 I . 011.
owing to the-great difficulty of making
iiecurate soundings at great depths, corn
pamtil-ely little is known of titie depth of
! - .e neent:s, II the Bathometer is capable,
determining the (depths, as claimed,
;:le depth of every water must soon be
,. wine r, kpeiwu, as scarcely 'a portion of
that is not visited by some
Sound ngs, indicaling depths of
fioni-P),t..:.0 to WOO feet 'have been re
i.orttd, but :the 'aceuracY gnestionet; by
cientists. The above instrument will
pro whether such-enormous depths, or,
greater ones, actually do exist. -
The question, Why is the denomina
tor cf a pure repetend as many nines as
Oere are figures in the repeteml," is oft
viler asked than answered. We suggest
the following explanation., The fraction,
one-t b ird equals three and ene 7 third tenths
The numerator el this decimal is three and
one-third, and the denominator -is 10: If
now we write in place of this result the
r.lietend wz have 'evidently divided the
tituremtim by ten-ninths, and to preserve
the value of the fraction must divide the
delsoniinutor 10 by ten-iiintbii, which
gives a denominator of 9. Similar reason
ing will explaiu;:ither numbers.. .
A Sr. Lous school official Sap : ` Here
isn fact beyor.d dispute. When a young
utan begins to teadb he begins to study
rp the,soienee of education. Be will take
a beboofjournal. A young woman will
her noontime in reading the Bar*,
0.8 Ledger, or the Sim Women are ix
iwcting to Site up the buthunul at ITT my
lint; they hope tb .get manied.
Me a dila% hitt W
La4lsr.it.A.:,l) sills) pi is,
Since the metric system is not yet com
pull ern - we must still teach the tables of
denominate numbers, their reduction, ad
dition, subtraction, multiplication, divis
ion, and practical application, and this
should be done as far as possible object
ively, rather than by attempting to force
the abstract memorizing of them. When
teael.inft Long Measure, have an inch
measure, a foot rule, a yard rule, and a
striog a rod long: Let pupils handle these
measures; comparing one with the other.
Have one pupil measure a rod with the
rod measure, while another applies the
yard measure to the same distance, and
still anoter applies the foot measure to
the same' distance. That 12 inches make
one foot„ 3 feet one yard, 51 yards 'or IGI
feet make 1 rod, will be easily learned,
remembered and applied, if studied in'
To teach square Me +sure, require pu
pils to use the foot and the yard measures
mentioned above, to measure and mark
qut on blackboard a square foot, divided
into 144 square inches, a` yard divided in-
to 9 square feet. The square rod could
he hest taught at some noon or recess
tune, by hying, out oa school grounds a
square rod. first with the yard measure
dividing the r.NI into square yards. and
then with the foot rule.
Thus show pupils that the-actual meas
urements of surfaces-are made by linear
measure, and that the square measure is
c in computing the surface.
Surveydrb' long and square measures
shon4aiso be taught and illustrated c n
school grounds; certainly diagram, on the
itlackWard should be fatly used, if the
tctstal work on the grounds - is nut prac
ticed. Many teachers have sets of cup:-
for tolchity , wine measure, 'end for beer
also cheap scales and weights
ior ta i blcs of, weit.tlitei. Most of the rActvef
is liomsiCte withoutckpense. Let intellec
I nal drill m the tables—reduction, etc., -L
'oc constantly practiced.
Many persons believe that the metrie
-;. - sten-i will be rendered compulsory in
the United States within the next two cr
•Itr.2e yeafs,,as it is now in all other e,:vil
ized countries, except England. The
scars of time required in our schools to
lea:•o compound numbers, i reduction.and
application, would he nearly all saved to
devote to other branches. Governments
would save millions in clerk hire if such
system prevailed: , Its cosmopolitan char
acter is a strong ikoint in its favor. That
adults do not know how to use the sys
tem and trouble ani confusion would en
sue, Is the only argument against it.
This objection amounts to very little;
for the persons who would use the system
most, and have to acquire i_ at once, ar
professional and business men. who are
expert in using present methods, or learn
ing new ones. A few hours study would
render such persons familiar with the
principles, and a few days would.sutlice
to acquire expertness. What business
man but at once learns a new method, if
couvinced that it is shortest. "Time is
money." Teacht:rs shOuld instruct pupils
in the system as found in 'the back part
of Robinson's •Higher Arithmetic, and
thus enable parents not requiring the sys
tem much, to obtain aid prom their
' Such instruction commenced now
would render the matter of using easy to
pupiislwo or three years hence whei it
may be enforced.
FOE EI:AMINATICN IN SPELLING
Write the following upon the black
biard and require pupils to .copy it, but
to spell the words correctly:
Wallenstein's apperanc • was enuf in it
self,to inspire feer and respect. his taul
thin Jigger, his hawty attitude, thesturn
expression of his pail face, his, wide for
hid, that seamed formed to command, his
black hare, close shorne and harsh, his
little dark eyes in which the Ilaime of au
thority sliOne, Lis hawty and suspeshous
look,-, klis thick mustashes and ; turfed
-beerd, prodused at the furst glanse a
startling sensration. His usual dress con
sisted of a jacket of elk skin, covered by
a wcitc dubblet or cloke: round his neck
be worea Spanish ruf;in his hat fluttered
'a large read.plume, while skarlet panta
loons and boots of cardova lether . eairfuly
padid on acount of the govt, compleeted
his atire. Wliile . his army devoted itself
plcasli . r,' the deepest silense rained
arowud the general. He cold not endure
the rnmbliag, of karts, loved- conversa
shuns, or even simple sounds. One or his
eliamberlens was hanged for waiking him
wit lout orders, and an oftisersekretly put
to death because his spurs had clanked .
s hen be came to the genetal. His ser
vents glided about the rooms like fantoms,
and a 'dozen patrolls incessantly mooted
rowned his tent or pallase tomanetane
perpetyual 'tranquility, thanes' were also
stretched acres the streets to,gard him
agenst envy sound.
TEE PROTESTS which arc lOudly made
against over-work in study, seem to me
to be largely the result of misguided sym
pathy:, The fault is not so ; much in our
work as in 'improper distribution of work,.
for the mind is at work at anY rate. If
the food, sleeP,!'and exercise of thb body
are properly regulated, and, the work of
the mind properly varied, there need be
but little fear of Pernicious results from
overwork. lint if the ha'. its of a family
are such as-to permit children to indulge
irilate hours, late meals and the ways of
so-called society, to encourage those irreg
ularities which naturalif lead to some
form of excess, to turn their thoughts in
some unhealthy direetion; . anti if the're
suit is, as it will be, weak, delicate young
ladies, too enervated to make eithbr men . -
talor physical effort; and lounging, dissi
pated, worthless young men—thee it-is
time-to utter a protest against 'Ninth re
sults; being charged , to Overwork in
schoti!s.. It is meet rather ter the teach
ers, acid thoughtful persons, to piotest
earnestly against the demoralizing ens-,
toms which a mistaken sympathy sane
tioni, and which are robbing many young •
meu and women of their 'vigorand their
strength, and lessening their - possibilities
for the highest, type of manhood and wo ,
.manhood, to say nothing of encouraging
a - tendency to some form of vice or crime.
—Pr0.r...9.. 11. Whitt.
How orTEN do we bear remarked, "Oh;
our school is small and uut very far ad
vanced; the scholars are nearly all quite
yetuig;Are can't afford to 'pay much;
most any one -can teach our school."-
'What a fallacy ! What a stipepdous
!error ! There is ,nothing which shoidd be
So studiously avoided : as. such a policy?
Belly your children the high school,
'cheapen the academy, abridge all their
future course, but do not commit their
early training to the ignorant or unskill
ful. Be sure you have tl'e early part of
their mental cultivation properly begun,
and-it matters but little with regard' to
the latter.--4Nationqt Month/y.
RFYonit . in onr present system of or
is being discussed somewhat
these clays. But so long- as its advociies
are confined to a hw malcontents too stn
-pld to earn to spell comeotth thihnote•
sin* *Mb! 1611011 lOW
A Larry Now-York Clothing House haring been
oblige; to fall, have sent to me.
630,000 WORTH OF CLOTHINC!
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
MATS AND CAPS,
IILGVES, MITTENS, &c..
Which 311:ST he sold In order to raise money, they
haring agreed to pay their creditors 25 emits on the
tulta•; end hare sent me the goods to dispose of
for them. j.
SEE THE ruteEs WE HAVE
410 First-Mass Gray Overressts 83 00 Sail 1..7p.
3)0 First-Class Gray antl. Black Ker
s,y Grervosts 4 00 •• '•
4.'0 First-time Harris Valon Ileav'rs F. 00 "
'sS'First-Clase. Sawyer's ('hinchillas. 7 00
5)0 Union 3t-rehisors S 00
610 !Irani:ion n. AT. Cassiturre Suits 8 00 "
fly Working Pstite.... 1 00
75.5 Crown emsitne_ne I/. & T. Panty. 1 75 and Up.
430 Genuine Womiward Cm. Pante.. 3 13 "
1000 rassimere Vests 7)
emne can' and secure your Bargains. This IA
•no lumbar. as tiers.- oods 31BST and SIIALL
f lte:suld n Rhin the neat tiO dap , . at
M. E. I:OSENFIELIri;, TowANuA.
M. E. SOLOMON & SON,
Are nnn• retiring (rum tlin Clothing Business, and
uu therefore ullertug thrir Innuense block of
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
cid. 25 Per tien t ,. Less Than Cod
Thh, xtoclt mum be road during the next ,Itrty dart.
A Itett-r oppertuulty to purchase cluthing Cheap,
was nxver offered in this ton•u.
Heavy Overcoats >t3 SO to e 4 00 and up
1:111.o Beaver Overcoats 600 •• •• ••
All Wool Dea. , er Ovorcoals.. 900 •• 10 00 ••
Heavy Undercoat+ . . 300 •• 400
lliack (all wool) piers Coats. 600 800 ••
y l • ant9 150 •• U 0 ••
BOYS' CLOTHING AND ALL OTHER GOODS
' airThP.store for ItPot. Parties wishing to bu;
th...tock will have a good opportunity.
M. E. SOLOMON & SON
is' Persons Indebted to the above firm ivl
Ideaze call and settle.
FAIL AND WINTER:CLOTHES
Ever oireretl to the people of
As I have a prospect of gaining
an important suit in one of the west
ern territories., which will render it
necessary forme to retire from the
I take this method of informing
the people that my present- large
stock of •
211 EN AND , BOYS' WEAR,
Will be sold regardless of cost,
Frost k Sots.
A -T FROST & SONS'
On Main Street,
THEY ARE SELLING NIEE - CHIMBER SLITS
At $2O, $25; and 130.
ALSO, WALNUT SLITS AS LOW AS s3si
And all other. GoOds pr'oportion !
Alt they ask to for you to call and see the goods
and Priem and be opus - lured that the only place to
buy good goods cheap Is of the manufacturers.
Remember that We are prepared to do
Low :r than any:other pence,
WE INVITE TUE PUBLIC. TO BTOP AND
LOOK AT OUR GOOD!.
FROST & SONS.
MINIM WA OK
NE* REVISED EDITION
Entirely rewritten by the ablest. 'writers
on every subject. Printed from new
typ-, aud illustrated with Several Thou-
Lard Engravings and Maps. .
FROM REV. DR. STRONG. Editorof McClintock
and Strong's "Cycloptediaof Biblical 11.1lerature.
"The preparation of our own evelopasila haste&
and. Indeed, required me to keep an observant eve
upon nil the general rycletnediap, especially the
new ones. 1 find on my return from ahread that the
new edition of Appleton's' American Liyetiptedla
has tnnde vapid progrerp, having now repelled the
ninth volume. bringing down the alphabet to Si.
1 am highly pleased with ltir character. The der
edition wan a very convenient wort, and More eon.
plete for A merkan readers than any ether; but this
greatly suriXIASI'S ft. The articles have all been re
wri, ten; and then subjected to the most rlgorons
~ r itleirm„ the egret or watch - . Ia shown in their
clearness, comprehension. and condensation of
. 4 The vocabulary is particularly rich In American
biography. popular science, and all th!sw auhjecta
tha: are tared Interesting to the mass ot readers.
'rhe style is simple. transparent. and chaste, and
the intormvt ion Is nil ot the 'most practical charac
ter. The discussion of disputed points is w(.rly
scolded. and the srvlce thus Laved Is dwarfed to
.tmling matters pr tact. Tim maps are admirable,
and the woodcuts are exe-ed:nely appropriate- as
net! as 1 . 1e .. 111t. It o form for years to come a
e- unpt i 'te f atally Illbrury on ail standard topics, and
•1•a•-ryes, as It wilt doubtless have, an extensive
circulation. 4 AMIES STL,iONG."
We tally concur in Dr. Stronrs cowl:Rend:4lot,
of Appletons' American Cyclopmdia.
EDWARD BRIG irr, To. 1)
Editolt.,pf the ..\ - ,rcr Tnrk Extren ill( r.
T)ANlF.l...t:lrititY. I). D.,
R,10,4 - , ,,f the. CAristian .4drocatt et journal
S. I. l'I:IIIE. 1). p..
libor Ihr Tork Morrrer
lIENRY M. Fl F. 1.1). I).
FROM REV. Dn. STE EV ES, of New• CaLle, I'a
Arideiring* tiriw AM.riCllll Ctrl. poerlla
i% work it ll kind prildhlirsii. It I , weft
wri , tenir•rfiebilly invortraf,d. arid I regard It a.
Thiii work tilionlit be
within the malt of erl•ryT.o.ly.
F1:03I I:EV.I)R. I:F:ED, Pittsburg!), Pa...
"PlTTslit - 1:611, Pa., Pe% 3. lsfs.
Pt:Sit Stn: You a 4: the to give toy "pluton w 1•11
ral •renet :o th^ attlele In the Atuellean
whre!: relates to th:2 Roman (l.ttlioitAlrlich
: Tticae wrllten.,o far,a. I have eNatn•
theta; Iv Runyan t'llitilles. from a Itooiah
Ca , ho;tc ~ a ndixOnt : though at trio sant:, time they
'.actor to me latat this is a feature to le. cont.
111.4 , 1.,11: We wan: to know what that Church
11041 N or it, d..-Ifity, :no Iti , tory.
I regal.: It as a pecu!lar excellence of :11 , Anterl
ean tyche.v,ll.) that. not on:y is Ith reference to the
ltoinan r,tholle Church, littt also w1:11 roferenee to
:all other sqlifeets. the articles are written by pet ,
who are specially familiar with these, subject:.
lam, yotire. etc.. •
WILLIA:O .1. REED. I). It.. • .
Minister of -First P. P. C.5.,rch."
FROM THE BISIIOP coNxurterr.
"MIDDLETOws. (onn- 1)eo. 11. Isn
I .I.ino! think xn MCCell.•nt a work n. Appl+tons•
Aur•u 'can Ccelopa•dia can need any words of conk
in-ml.ttion from the.
I am, however, flie more ready now to say that
1 , 1!..:11er It ae far beyond any similar work (nits
elmracter awl use fitinmet and • I
assure any person,
who may parchole it, that they win have sectired
an anfailtar, and trustworthy help In ad II •I'llr:-
r.p.nts of knowle'dge. I speak front 3 thorough ac.
Iptaintanve withrne work.
FROM PROF. EATON, or Wlfflam 0.1!e,7
I rt.Joire every' flay over lltls . Vvebp:edla. regard
ing It as the Cyelnp;ed Lt par ra-crlltnce. vortgrat
il!me np•s.•lr ronltnnatly. I ...Ilse:m[ly re,ort to It.
Vr I eing In loases ton or this
.1. R. E.ITt)N.
ProPssor .V"teral Science,
II;011 BISIIOI' JAMES
Tho A u •riean If yel(.lrilla . u'tic•ti corn•
10e:41,1. I! be au autbnratlre v•xi.:•04,1; oh all
salq,•cts—an epitome of Loom 3,11 ..... !..41z4..
EDMUND S. J A "i ES.
ifor iltvlatq), Irctleedixt Eithrt-opr, I Clitireh."
FROM PROFE , SORS IX nrciii:s•ruic TitEo-
Tlr• arleles give vvl,l , •ilee careful prop .
sratloo„ sod often present. In cons net form. lei
irkaikly liirmin.c:rin, and the latest re.
sn:i's or el - Ideal l;:realgation.
At:4;I7STI'S 11. STRONG. - t;
Pr.wld.nt ,Ar The,.lngy.
R. J. W. RUCK LANO.
Pr , th.s,repr Chtir,;ll Ilbytewy
Wl.ll.t.tM I'. WILKINSO..i .
l'rojcssor IA in MI ite.
FROM PRESIDENT CUMMINGS.
"3111)1 , 1.1.:TowN. Conn.. March I. 1873.
regard the American Cyclopedia as a wonder
ful Ptak. It it recommended and indorsed by
many of the ablest and most conscientlmis seholars ,
or do “" , b ll 7- It I. worthy of the attention of all
who d-sire a reliable. carefully-prepared and well
arranged epitome of knowledge.
Pr-trade:it tJ Wtalty,in
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D. APPLETtIN .k New York."
and 92'2 ( hest nut-St., Philadelphia. (.127,
BR ANT'S POI TLAR
Front the tlkcovery t.t .A - 1. receded by a bketCh
et the pr.-historic a:/a Ig3 of the wound
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MATTESON I: Judson, General Agents,
17(1 elies(nut St., l'biladelphla.
0)r 3f. S. CON V E Rs. Agent for Northern renn-
Irania, all William St., Elmira. N. Y.
FARM. FOR SALE.
IL .1 it COBS
• The SW serilwr offers for rale at a bargain Its
farm sltnato In Asylum !imp.. containing 65 acres.
all but 4 P. 1 . 1 .1.11 Improved. The . 'arm Is 11:1 a goalstate of Improvetuent„ well (towed and watered,
with a Illtst stream oft' water running though It,
go 4 d sprinp, two dwelling houses, horse barn, and
a let: of ft oit.
For Int t tiorj , arrictliarS addirsS the subscriber at
Ilarshvlew poso Tice. or John n , Towanda.
tit NELSON VANDERPOOL.
A cylotu. S. pt. S. iS76-4:m
O . .
Tut: 1.1111 E 7111 CON NIA?
1a the hest place lit Towatida to tidy good
MERCT.:IVB BLOCK, or4g.slte COI; RT 11OL ; SE
FtION OT Tilt “INDIAN SQUAW
THE SUBSCRIBER TAKES
A. Plea-tire in calling the attention or Maritime: ,
os patrons the iniblic generally, to the fart
that he still ( - with:nee a
At tho 01.1) STA NI) of 311*F.1: & N In
Carroll'.4 Ittock, noarly, 614r : rite the Means House.
and that he Is prepared to 14ruildi
SALT AND FRESH MEATS,-
VEGETABLES AND BERRIES
Or the very hest finality. at as low rates an any other
June 1, 11.76t1
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
This Sank offers 'UNUSUAL FACILITIES to
the transaction of a
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
mrntEsT PAID ON DEPOSITS Al:Os HD* NI)
9PETIAL CARE GIVEN TO THE COLLECTION Or
'COTE• AND CHECES.
• rart lea wishing to SEND MONEY to any part of
the Dotted 14tatc% VT101134,1 Ireland, Scotland, or
tht•`prlucipal cities and towns of Europe, can here
procure drafts for that purpose.
Too? from the Old Country, by thebest steam or
alllng Una, always on head.
FAXILISX lIIIOVOUT OTZA AT It ILTICCIITI 'KATZ,:
higbeat 'rice paid for - ,11. S., Benda,
Gold and Silver.
Jlif I X . l:, STEEVES.
Principal Xrto Castle College
.T. WILLT ANN.
Bishop el !.'. niircl kat
"LIGEI:TV, 3111„ I)er. IS. 1874
.` NEW YORK. Dec. 15, 1575
I.o(;!c.tr. sintrsAny (ItAprisr)
TII E•II,OC,Ir I..SENI NARYA
Febrillry 23, 15574.
zusronr OF TH UNITED S T S
at bow rates. Remember
C. M. MI ER
Ita . lllnigh e
OMANI and h~tldb~r.
STEVENS ig; LONG,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
liairtug a large and commodlowestnre we are
. prepared at all tames to carry
a large stock..
CASH PAID FOR BUTTER,
ORALS :AND PRODUCK.
Or taken kn exchange for goods. an !west east* pri.
ces. Our long experience In the Ili rocery Trade
gives us peculLar advantages In purchasing, and as
we are not ambitious to make large pronto, we nat
ter ourselves that we can odor
GREATER INDUCEMENTS TQ
Buyers than any 7nitkr establishment in Northern
STEVENS S: LONG.
CORSEIt MAIN A UItIDUE.ST.,
GROCERIES d: PROVISIONS
McCABE & EDWARDS,
Cash tleale'7 in all kinds dir
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
C NE DOOR NORTH OF CODDINU & RUSSELI,
Tow3ntla, July 22. 075
THE 'MUTUAL PRPTECTO.
Home 01nee, Boa lValltut Street, I'hlladetphla • Fa•
Acting :under a Zpectal Act of Incur]; 0 - ratio(
From the Fonne ' yleun fa Legtelature
IT. S. CLARK, AGENT.
Special attention Is called to the following rate
table, which will be found strictly equitable, as be..
tween all ages. and which the company will guar.
autee to not exceed one-half the cost of any first
class 01.13 PLAN Company.
The following Table shows the Hal
and may be niultlplled for any addit
up lit eziette, which is the largeserlsk
one life. TWenty Cents will be at
tit of each assessment for collect'
2 , 1
THE FA R 3
Is now Issuing
11 S' T
10., OF TUSCAItOr.
I , .:•rpetual pullcfr on
FARM PROPERT'.. ONLY.
Each member pays a fee, at the time of insuring:
to cover charter and ic..Nidental expenses of the Co.
after which no fu-ther Payment is required. except
to meet artua I :.rss by fire among the membership.
This ow• of hisuranei• fur FAIL It PROPERTY,
Is c00'•!...g rapidly Into fl.xor.
. lace of 11wInevss, sPni NG HILL, PA.
The Agent *lll eat viss the Townships of TlMM
rora, Pike. Herrick, Wyainsing, Asylum. Terry
and Standing Stone, and farmers In those Town
ships wishing Insurance or Information, may ad
A. 11.,.. , ;1731NER, See. and Agt.,
Spring Hill, Bradford Co., Pa,
W. 3?. Sif 1711 WAY. Cp's. • ( mdTim
• • IS IN :kIERCUIt BLOCK!
Farmers can buy their
FORKS, FIXTURES, ROPES,
Cheaper Than all Any Othrr Place!
hare always pn hand Repaira for the rOCNO
Wanitton and CHAMPION Mowing Machines. '
PERRIGOS SIDE HILL PLOWS,
Best in Vse.
All kinds of TINWARE on hand,
and Tin work of all kinds done at loWert prices.
Tow uada. Juno 2A, ICC
Carding and Dressing.
Al THE • 1
WOOLEN' MILLS, CAMPTOWN,
Also manufacturing and cloth deeming attended
to on glom notice. We am already making tolls
from the new clip, and are prepared to do work as
fast as orered.
H. It. INGHAM
-ITA I OH tk. 13ROA DLEY,
Mazufacturers of Virculcu Cior.4l, YarnB, &c
CARDING it DRESSING,
Done to alter.
Cub paid for wad s Alm cloths excluingrd fir wool
~ : , -1 -',- ' -'4:' ,•triwiitit*hiei.
DR. It C. PoTORR, ,
OLD CASH DRUG • STORE,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
ACIDS, DTP...STUFFS, Ik GLUE,
PERFUMERY, TOILET AND FANCY GOODS,
SPONGES, BRUSIIES, BRACES & TRUSSES,
FOAM COMM, POxaaae. HAIR Diaz,
TEEM SKIN, and HAIR PREFAB/3' ONS,
POCKET-BOOKS AND PORT-MONNAIES,
MACAIIOY and SCOTCII SNUFF,
FOUEIGS AND DO3IESTIC CIGARS,
DARDEN, rIELII AND FLOWER SEEDS,
Pura (Clues and, Liquors, for Medicinal Purposes
And all.genvline popular ratrut Medicines-
SEPI L OHTEMI, SrSPENSOUIES, DIMAS? rEMPS,
NIPPLES. NIPPLE Snetta k SHIELDS,
SEILSING BOTTLES, TEETHING RINGS,
STHiNGEs. lIED PANS. VIIINALS, TIIEItIIO3IE.
KEROSENE OR COAL OIL.
WICKS, CHIMNEYS, DATA BRICK;
'SPERM, LARI 3,, WHALE, NEATS TOOT,
TAN NEWS; ANTI MACHINE MS,
ALCOHOL, Ji:tD SPHLITPS TVIIPE:I!TINIL
gorse, Mane, „Shoe, &rubbing,
And all . kings of Lrwrikes.
WINDOW 'AND PICTURE CLASS,
of all ylzry. -
Mitt LINSEED OIL, P INTS, PUTTY, ANI
Prescriptions easefully COAITWPAIIIII•tt . At all hours
or dar and night. Open Stuolays forll'reserlptloni•
!min to 19, L. to I aiol 3 (0 . 6,
T/r. Porter can be Owsullesl as Lterrto:'pre In the
, nit e. Vu.syl373
TAS'I'EL ESS M EDICINES.
fonnatlhetit New York phystrlan lately vont
pinftted to wuNDAs ineK a CO. aborit theft
. 4,%siitaLWoot. On, CarSCl.r.a, klatlnt ; that same,
ttt,te:- :hey eOre.l thlracolotody, tut that a patient
of hl, had taken theta without effret. 0te1 , e1 , 14
lo:orro”d that several Imitation,' were sold, he 10r
hod found hIM patient had not 'wen takirt, , g
I)VXI DICK & CO'S.
What happened to this physician may have hair
other', and 111rNDA4 DICK .4.'70. take
titmethod of protecting physic Inns,,:dritggisti.
ft , :l s;
iheranylres, and preventing ttii.fut, Saes DAL.
v. ;oi tout ruining Into disrepute. ; '
I.llysiel`ANS wan once prescribe the t Capsule/
continue to do so. tor they coptaln the
awn !oil In the best and cheapest form.
!A IN l/AS DICK & nse loon, t )11 op 4A5
than all the Wholesale and Retail Dreg
gists and . Perfumers ill the United States e;iml.ined
.7a711 IMA hi the sole reason why the pure 011 is
•t , cheaperin their capsnles titan lu any (Abet
OIL OF SANDALWOOD fv fast stiperceding
eir •ry other remedy. sixty Capstilcs only being re
mitred to inmro a •sto and certain cnre in six 01
eight days.. Froln notither medicine can this re'
t)UNI)A4 DICK & CO.'S SOFT CAPSCLKS
lave the problem. long considered by eminent phy
sic Mos. of bow to ovoid the 11UUM.3 and dlsgust ex
iwrieneee In swallowing, which are well known to
. detract from, If not destroy, the good effect's of
'many valuable remedies.
rt eapsulet are put np In tlu-toll and neat box
thirty In eavh. and are the only Capsules pre
..er111.41 Ly yhr.,l4. laws. ;
oil awl many otli.q• nausemt , nwtildneN can be ta
k.'n .W 4 nY am! , arelV in DIJNDAS DICK &
CO'S SOFT CAPSULES. No Taste
These wero thf only capsules
admitted :o tho last Paris Exposi
acrd fer circular to Wooiter ,tret7t. New York
Sold at all Drug Stores Here.
PUBLIC NOTICE.- I, .lOIIN
'HANN As. I+•lng a 11:ackstnith by trail.•, had
Wien f1•It the want of some mean+ wh.,ret•r I confil
-‘.11,:t IRO Nat i h .• fog.. sto that I t...uhl work It
at a better ailvaritag^; ilk 4uln.•rd •nw to taatze
twiny experin u •itts v. ill different stiataneeg which
:rereti the best pre• pert , : of .u.• r t•s+. • It 11:1 , . ou One
..r Ih.•w• tiLlt I ilkct , rettl the wonderful
effects of Eteett urea ,
I 113 , 1 3 defect In three or my tlcg , rs. avid. h W , Tt:
beta t; , ' . 41 , 1 t up la my haml a manner by
ire tttNTlt'AtTlott,t OF TIIE 13,int. , . that 111-y Were .
v..re trotiblcscnie to lIIP In :ay daily aVOCWinn.
1 . 1 , 11;.1 DOI bandit' 111 V liu,ts as I N 1,1 1 ,1. aftol
WotE,I hacr rile m cat off to get l'hent
Let 0; my way. I had us.4l es eryt king that Orreted
at.y Lope or teller. bid all to no eli - ,•ct. Welt. I say,
vlorking Electro'Sllkon at the for,;".
mai 3f c;mr,• 03114 hot pravezd Its coming 111 colt
tail with tny band , .
I look no notice or the elreet II bad produced. un
wimilittg to ii..- a ; heady hammer. I
It:with wy ,t0.k...1 113611. and Mulch to lily
',Eiprke I found toy crooked fink-rs !drat:Vsteno n%
all 1 hall,as much • nse of them as ever. I coMd
baldly benktye my eyes. I rhonfil toy hand to u y
wire and a general rejoicing was the
The nitesditut now is a..N.clrat had produced thb.
wonderrol.etrect ? Es..ry act:NY/01 err.died, and at.
ter a Mug and enteral Ince;tigalbm. I at last made
op my , Irbil that my good fortune had . been caused
es for 11000
taten ou any
(led to the
7tly ottxt step Wa% to .11.erAer borne in,ans
whleh I could 1.01311i11P thl. nnuq rfnl .ott,laitee
Mat everyt.r.dy ron4ll,:e.lt.' I 11131it'iliiiaVfit Svareli
through miry hook ,t h at I thought would throw
imy light item .ot,j..et, and at 1a.% 19 a very old
loedfral hoof. I round a was 1 - 1'4,111,/ lio It.
The reKult, Wag p.rreetly satl.farlory. and I wits
able to maks a Liniment, the like the world has
nvvtr ~.eett before. I stow began to look about• use
for easet , to try the effect of It On others.
I bad 3 neighbor living about A - wile front my
po m p to, 1, 3 4 a lance t.fee, Catl.ell by the cords 14,-
11,11 euntracted by tliettutall.ni. Aunt him a but
And told him to use It thoroop,hly, lir .thi ao. and
at the end of litre• months he via,. able 70 throw
a.llle Ills carte and walk to lay shop apparently as
well at, ever. It had worked juct as IL did iii my.
I gave it to otio'r of. my neighbors and friends
( or inEes around,) who were utierloe from
which it cured without any tr.
Flndlog that the ghetto Linhaiott would
ptio•trate the Nicht, of Mall. further than any other
..t.., , tance, It occurred tome that It must be .
And It has proved Itself one cr the very best appll
rations In all external dlsea,es oceurlng,lts that tic
Prepared by the tied'. SiHenn Liniment Com
pang'. °Mee. 76 Wittialn street, New York.
Sold by a:1-ibruggIsts
MON T AN VESI,
lIONT,A4NYES OFFER A FINE
ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
SUITABLE FOR THE SEASON,
H. T. JUNE.
AT BOTTOM PRICES!
M. O.N T• A LN E S
TOW", Ps i ate. ti UM.
Canker Main and Pine Sts., Towanda, Pa.
(Its! abtahed over a 2aarter a/a Century,}
Wholesale and ItetailDeater .
OF ANT DESIRED COLO%
BY THE POUND, PINT Olt GALLON',
ORMIND IN O,IL Olt VARNISH,
AND DRY COLORS OF ALL flees.
AU artielea warranted il.l reprmentpi
THE ItUNIAN STi.,TEM
ELECTI:O SILICON LINIMENT
pRODr(!ING A , PERFEer erRE!
GOO) Folt THE HORSE
SO CENTS- PER BOTTLE.
,D I A 41 0 - N D B,
WATCHES AND CLOCKS.
VINE AMERICAN AND SWISS
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
FROM THE CHEAPEST TO THE BEST.
GOLD, SWVER AN D STEEL
SPECTACLES Sr, EYE GLASSES.
One door north of Dr. roiter dr Son's Drug store,
pitESENTS ;POR ALL,
ts constantly ret c hing ha 'addition to his large stock
AMERICAN AND SWISS WATCHES,
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
SILVER PLATED WARE OF ALL VARIETIES
ap1:1); Silver AND STEEL SI'ECT tCLES,
'SILY ER AND I'L.kTED AND CHARMS
CLOCKS. OF ALL VASIE TIES,
Witch, Clock and Jewelry repairing done In the
best wanner, and warranted.
Thangs fora liberal patronage and lu.pe to merit a
continuance of the same. '
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LANp FOR SALE.
THREE HUNDRED ACRES,
3 miles from Towanda. lill be acid for cash or
100 ACRES IMPROVED, 11
With house awl barn thereon; balance
And easily cleared. Whole karra 'well watered
Will be sold In lots of 50 or IGO acres, or more., as
purchasers shall desire.
TO*4 ND A, ,i‘ P A ~
AT TILE 14 '
W. A. ROCKWELL
FINE•' GOLD SETS,
at Uhl lowest prices.
W. A. ROCKWELL.
LAND FOR SALE.
To suit purcbasen.
R. C. LOCKWOOD,
W. , olsbr_ 4 „, N. Y. or Of
• .1: P. KIRBY,
or JAMES WOOD,
We keep on hand at our yard all Ostia of Pittston
and Wilkes Dame coal. and Loyal Sock coal, from
the laullisan County Mines. Alas, Barclay Lump
We loop ttuy best quality of Mee. Half an/ .Ce
meet; Brick and Plester; all of widcb we will sell
at bottom prices.
PIERCE & SCOTT.
Towanda May Ist. 1576. •
pURE ,GROUND PLASTER
• I kayo just reeelved a large 6 , llppf, of • •
FR.F.BII tiltOUN VGA PLASTER,
Manufactured from Mono retorted try myself, and
101 SO; on time; .7 00. Send In
PETER LA D . MESSER.
HumerilleW4 March t, 1876
NEW COAL: YARD!
'Ms understguul haring taken the large and
commodious... Lard., at the foot"of PARK Street, has
now on band tYlFull supply of
'ALL BIZES - •
`LIME AND CEMENT:
Coal delivered ou short notice
i TERMS :—Cash.
i sr-c rts progTl3.sl OT CTlTtrtlt 11C11 , 71T;
ilted merely as a matter of political
iicy, the pat t,ywonid be tilt) ;Miner by
vtinc; into its creed the .principle of
Ilepuldican — Congres.4, thfough , the
hence of President Grant,' pas'sed .
prOviding, ft.r the restimption of specie
villeins in Jan. 1519, and• the, measure
s entirely •proper, for if we are ever to'
,time it was necessary that 'a time
'.;e fixed, so that the people, the
tilts, and the government could prepare
1 , it ; but the measure was nut popular
'di the masses; especially in the West ;
irought the Greenback party, compos4
ctly of liepublicanOnto existence, and .
hhout doubt caused us the hrs.; of Indi,
and assisted Tilden to carry New-.
enstatiters ?d• tneti.',ery• ittloyar rat I 01::134i"ril l
pasl and hope axler the new departure to make!
Itheir,lntere.d to tint Inue to bow where they
.et the twst good.. :or the; lea-it money..
Those who are Indebted - to me will take noth
that I nmst havt.. m•mry ur I can't tiny for rash at
pay freights. They must: . settle by the first of A
'Very Respec!ftlly n.i u i rsi
Towanda.ly 1. 1975.
NOW IS YOUR
0 I'PO tiTUNrry,
Cheaper than 'you will ever as in
have the, opportunity of doing.
I have a large assortment of my
Warranted in every particular, whici
SELL SO ,LOW
That_everybody can afford to haw
one of his own.. •
1 also have the sole agency in this
OVIATT'S PATENT RUNNERS
AU invention Which has come intc
very general use all through the west
They give the best satisfactiot
wherevere they have been introduced
CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
Jan 6-76. .
NEW CARRIAGE FACTORY !
Opposite the new Jll,,
Rewectfully announces to his friends and patrons,
at' be has built a
1:7.1T BRICK CARRIAGF
Where he a • epnstantly keep on hand a full aninut=
FAMIL i" fIARRIAGES,
TOP AM) OPEN BUGGIES,
TROTTING SULKYS, AND SKELETONS
Made of the best maMrlai and antshed in the heat
city style. His long experience In city cats.
riage Factories giver him a decided
advantage over others in the
FINISH, STYLE AND.DURABILITY
Of wftc:ons. AU he asks Is an
IIOPECTION OF' Ills :WORK
Previous to purchasing elsewhere.
ALiWORK WARRANTED TO GIVE
The ah. - me house has belie re-furbished and ro
( Wed. and Is now open tJ the traveling public.
Bar wilt-at all thee, be supplied with the
nr liquors. GOOdStabill.g attataed to tho' premises.
Boardeia by' the day or.week accommodated. •
REPAIRING PROYZTLY ATTENDED TO i • May 10, inn.y JOHN BURKE.
Thankful-for the Ilbsral patronage formerly er.
tended end respectfully ask a continuance of the
AT aI.DITCLD PRICES.
' HENRY STULEN.
-LEmall VALLEY AND EA!
N. Y. RAIL ROADL—Arrangement of Pas
senger Trains, to take slfer.tApril IZ Irae.
, ) c (
1513•19 il 29 i 3].
—,-iL......1 1 ...........
1P.31;.P.M.1A .31 !p.332A.M.;P.M
Magus Pa l / 8 ...4, Z 151 75 5 i 4IX 7 55':....
1166614 I 2 50_10 IV 's'ls 10 15, :;..t , . ; :
11.061/eister.. 1 4 001.6 00 4-00 1 a 09 ....1 '
Aubtlrl3.•••. ..... ~ 5 451 .....1 800: -....• .... j
Ueuevi. ..,..: 5 so` ~..1 8 001 „... , 11 CC
itnaca..-....4..4.....1 7WI ....1 9 42, ... ;12 54
Os.ego 9 001 ...'lO 501 .....4 ....I
E:1011116 1 $ CPI 3 450 5203 2e: 2 451
Waverly 'i 9 351 4 26;11 201 0 65: 3 V;
Sayre , 9 451 4 2511 211 9 12' 3 28,
Atheus .......t 9 50; 4 30j11 .131 9 19; :54
Milan I ....1 ....: .... 9 39:345 ,
ITlsler ' . l ....1 , ..: 9!40; 3 :6,
TOlvalnda•••• • •:1025,5 05 1'2:05,10r/0 415,
Wy'oanklng ....... I ....I —.I ....:16 03 : 4-..,
Stamllngtlttone....: ...,I ~..., 1 ,...,1013 ; 4 39
ummrAeld ..... I ....1 ..,-..: .... 10 2.1 4 43
Frenchtnir6 i ..., 1 ....1 .....-10 36 4 A 3
Wyalusjog.y......; ....1 5 45 .... 10 14.5.12
Lateyvllle' : 11 2- ...1 , 615'12 5911.12 5 - a5 - .
81(Inner.8 t. 41 d3r.••• .. 6 es, ....:11 is 5 a I :-,
3t..sh - Zpperi.. : - .... - :f8 23 .... • 11 32 604 ..
blehoopany ; ~...1 6 29, .... 11 38 - 60i ..
:Tnnkbantock .... 12 14 7 19; 2 0512 25 63: .
LaGrange ••; ....I 7 20' .... 12 35 6 45. ..
1ra115...... i .. 4 7 351 ......1: 51 6 59; ~•,
.116miont . • ,
..... ": I 03' 7 10 ..
1. & 11J1113611011•• 4 12 50.7 55.1 50 1 29 7 20 ...A
Wilkes-Barre ; 1 24.' 8 27; 3 15 2 DO. 7 5( ....
Mauch taitaulc..• .1 3 4(10 504 5 23. 4 35 ~....; ....
mientonm I • p 4 45 , 11 53; 625 5 50:.:.: ....
Bethlehem 1 1 0012 10. 8 40: 6 05 -..... ....
E:814.11 1 585; 100 T 00, 6 55 ~... ....
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STATIONS.' 1 8 30 : 18 1 2 432
. A.M. A 31' ; 'A.31.4.31.A.55
Phllailelphla • 6.00. 8 4r, 9 43
Eamon ....1 9 2.5, .... •6Ccio 00 30
Betlilehern 9 59' ....' 820 10 30,12 e 0:....
Allentoy.m 'lO 05' ....' 6 4310 42 12 11 ] '
'Mauch Chunk 35! .:..• 8 0801 45 I_2o
1. 15 7 MlO 40, 2 15 4 00'
& 11..lunctlun.,11 40 . 7 5.511 19 : 41 : 4 55:
11•4959 m i 8 0611 2.3 4 45 ....
8 19 11 34
Lat;range... . t 25.11 51 ..... 515
•Ttankllanubck.... ... 21 r 40 . 12 LIA , ! 3 2 : S'3s
Mehoopany ....... 9 1212 4.5 ....- 5 53
Mn: eppen ....... .... 9 19 12 54 —. 7 ' 6
rikltsners ....- 9 33 1 10 6 10 ..
T.:m31(111r • 3 071 9 39 1 - 73: 4 02 6 20
Wyalu?lng ..... ...00 00 135 .... 640
Frtslichttrwn 10 15 1 49 . ....• 633
11inumerfl , h1' ..... • —.10.25 1 .... 703 '.'.
Svat.sllng Stone... .... 10 32 285 7 - lo
WyF • attking ....... .... m 41, 2 15 7 , 2 1
Towanda 4 10 :10 55 23r1 500. 735 730
Ulster .... 11 tea 2 47.: 7 4 45•
in 2 r,:s ....• s ec` sr,
4 4211.22 3 0 5 , 5:9 810 8
41:11 35 3 tr.. S 23 - s IS 8 19
4 58 11 45, 3-20 'S 4f , 8 15 b 2 1 1
S 3:312 3: 4.10*- a -- -t 5 9 10 2 10
Nt'ai - tr rly
Owego ' .., .;.., .... 935
45 1 sf. ....! 7 V) ....
A nbtiru 05 9 30 1 A
Porlienter... ...... .20i .... ;35
ulralo , 12 25 ....•12 35, 8 21.:, 6 tl
Nlagara FaU. 121 .. C. .... 1 . 9 .10
P;SJ..7-'.3L 1 P..31. A. 3- 16 . 1.,”:31.
Trains S and 15 run daily; with Pullman Sleop
lbg. Cart attached. h-twren Elmira - and Philadel
phia, and Genes-a and New York. '
Drawing R..rn Car- aitaehed to .Tralus 2 and fl
betwern Elmira anC. Philadelphia.. •
All Philadelphia trains run through to Centenni=
E. A. PACKER, Superintendent.
Towanda, 28, 1076-tf.
HOWARD 'ELMER, itze'rt
ENEVA-. ITHACA Si; ATHENS
Jr' R. 1:.--ConnneneIng Monday, Jan. 24, Ins,
trains will rut. anon thii ro;v1 as follows:
LEAVINO SAY IM NonTnw.tnri
No. 11.-5:00 a. m., with Pulimat epling
(*.sell through 'from New Votk; ariti l im, at Kan
Ett - - tri 5:45. Spencer Ithaca 01:50. Taughan
7:18. Trumansburg 7:tis, Fanner 7:43, Ovid
I , mt - a , :r 7:52. Hays Corner 8: ,,0 .„ Romulus .9:12.
vs 8:45. making enre vonneetton east and w,st with
tralutt on N. Y. & 11. R. IL. arriving at EoeheAer
at II:20 a. m„ itniLlu 4:35 p. In., and Niagara Falls
No. 30.-12.00'a. m., tinily except Sundays, on ar
r.lvril of L. V. train from Wllkes .Barre. Plltntt n,
Tunkhannoek, Towanda. dc"., arriving at Van Et
t• nt 12:45, Spencer times 1:35. Tanginanie
Falls 2:21. Trumate.lmig 2:52. Fanner Ovid
e.44ter 3:w2. IlaytA Commis 3:20. Romulus 3:53.
I,,va 4:00. ectin..cth ,,, , with trainn em:t and went ton
S. Y. C. & R.l:. •
" NC % p. 11,!! . y t.1. - Cept Stlffilay?. With thrnltgll
car from E:l9lra c4.r Gt-mava„ 1:1:91ra at 7.,:10
p: arriving at Van F.T tea 6:-18, Spencer 9:59.
1:11:tra Tavglzalily Fails A:11,, Truman-Imm
Farn:vr g:l9, orl,l Center 6:7;5, 'orlir rs
7:091111us 9:17, 11.91eva 9:53: ( . $ 4 17 nee , I Tig
trains east awl west Y. C. dt 11. H. H. It.
N. to daily except Sunday,, , 'alth
through car from (.;.'neva to Elnikra. leaving
va at a. in.. 111,1:111 , us 5:1111. 'Mete , Cort,r,
oNI4 Center I:sq. Fa, met 6:111, Troman, l ‘urg
Taughanle Fal:• n:3O - . Ithaca 7:e5, 53.-racer Can
Etter, 8:17, arrivlug at Einitrr. 11:1",5: making cir
~ - . l:e•ct ion at Sayre v.llll 1..- I . I.l.ttl•r-z.s erti
ring. at New I"...rit at 111:0t1 .p 8;.^.(/
No. 9.-I:3n p.on. pt 4nndads. leav!ng•
14 , 1.1eNa al It.;:nci 3. :n.. 111:34. ilacts Cor
iwr..3 10:4G. (writ' Cen -, r 10:41. Fainvtr
noinslmig 11:17. Ta , iirYanic Fallb 11:21. Ithaca 13:1:i,
S;:en.e, r 12:37. I...z;i•n nsaklng eon.
n,etion xvltli L. V. Fast Line; arriving in
•N o. 15.-9:10 p. tn. daily, with Pullman Slerphig
Coach attacht•d (r New York without r; a.»
leaves Geneva ats:4o p. in.. on arrival of N. Y. r.
trains front the East and iVe,.t. Itnntins-
Ilayts Corners Ovid renter 6:22.4. Farmer 6:47.
Trumanshum 7:07. Tanghanie Balls 7:14. Ithaca
7:.'0. Spencer R:ia,.Van Mien 4:741: connecting Willi
-L. V. Night Line arriving at New Yolk at 8;2141141
Phila.le'plila 6:4.1a. tn.
'rickets sold and baggage checked to all princi
R. A. PACKER. 6,1 t. Supt.
H. ti. HOVEY, Gen. Pass. Agt.
W3l. sTEvENso N. Asst. Supt.
ARRANIIESIENT PASSENGEIt TRAINS
: , EPTEM TIER 13TII. - 18713
Train* lease .4 lb , nbArii a.rfonow - t.:
(ria .Nrkiomen Brarirh.)
For Plitlade)ptila a: •1.10. "6.23. "5.30 a. In.. ',EL
.110011',„:!5.55 '6.115 p. Tn.
St - ND.AV•;. •
For Phllaaelphia, a. 111., 'l2 11,KM and 3.10
(titt B.•xt Pe na,t. Brand..)
For ReAdlng, t 2. 3 0. 5.7.0, and 8.55 a. tn... 12.20, '2.10
4.n.0 and 9.00 p. in. •
For ltarrishurg, f. 30, 5.50, and 5.55 a. tn., 12.20, 4.30
and 9.00 p. m.
For'l.anerLiter and Columbia, 5.50, S.F.',l a. Li., and
4.::0 p. L
tllocs not run on 3londays.
. . . ...
- . I
For It . ..ailing, 2.aa 3. tn.. 2.2• ;and 9.00 F. nr.
For liarri,barg, 7.,:r3 a. In. and 9.00 p. in.
Trains'for Allentown hare as follow*
Cv(a Perkionirn Tranch.)
Leave PMladelplilai '30.9.15 a. la., - 5.25.
*5.25 and *7.( . 0 p. m.
Leave 'Bridgeport, 5.52, 9.P1 a. m., 2.47, 6.06, 6.17
and 7.40. p. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Mil •3.^_u a, p. w
(tin Eat Penna. Branch.)
Leave Ileadtug.7.4o, 7.45, 10.35 a. In.. 4.00, 6.10. and
10.30 p. nt.
Leave Harrisburg, 540, 6.05,8.10 a. ro., 2.00,! 3.57 and
EeaVe Lancaster. 22.214.171.124 a. m.,12.55. and 3.45 p.m.
Leave Columbia 5.33, 7.30 a. m., 1.00 and' 5435 p. m.
f cave Y.•adlag. 7.35 and 7.40 a. In
I...avc II arrbliurg...s.2o 3.111 i.
Trains marked thus (*)run In and from &Tot
9 - 11 and Greet' streets, other trains , to and fn.'',
Broad street depot.
The 8.20 a. in.dMln from l'ittlatlelidoa and tt.tdt
p. in. train from Allentown Inapt through - cars Al
and from Eitnirn..‘";.
The 2.15 p. m. train front Phitadidptils 12.4
noon train from Allentown' have through ears to
and from Pittston. ,
The 5. .25 . p. m. trvln from PhltadPlphla and 6.10
a. nt. train from Allentown have through car , •
and from Mauch Chunk.
J. r. 4 WOOTTE N. •
den rn/ Sit perin tin dent
TCENTRAL HOT EL,
, ULSTER, L.A.
The underslg,ned having taken Isee.es:Sh.n
or the Motive h(dO, respectfully solleits the tati,ron
3ge of idwold friends and the public generally.
augln-tf. , al. A. FOR it EtiT.
WELL MO USE, TOWAI:s.ZDA,
Having based this house. Is now. ,
ready to acenr:, •
metlate - the travelling politic. Nolpalns nur expense
will be fpared to give sa tisfaction to those who :pay
giro him, a call..
Ws-North aide of Public Sp are, cast of Mervirs
AWNS HOUSE, TONVANDY
cORNICR MAIN AND DItILD,F.
The florAes„ Tfarness, tte., of • All goons of this
hosuse, Insured against loss by Flre, without any
A supeilor quality of Old English BASS Ale, Just
received. T. It..101IDAlk:.
Towanda, Jan. 24,11.
TOW ANDA, I.A
At the corner of court and Itiler-Ms.. iltrertly In
.Is. the vatinity and tt , tat!ti of 01, ('curt 11,,uAk.
JOHN DUNNE, Puornivrou
-a day at home. Agouti: - wanted.
JP I • Outfit and terms freik True S.:
C. .. Augusta. Maine. , t mchtr:s.iy.
20r day at home. Sam 00 - - -
' , nth $1 hie. Sti- -
rifflanal iraim, • —..---- . ,- _
6 (. 1 4