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ABOUT THE CHURCHES.
MIENIOILSZT INDISCRETIOi. —The ex
treme bad taste and want of discretion
shown by many missionaries very fre
quently, instead of accomPlishing, only
defeats the object they have in view. The
walls in one of the principle thorough
fares of CalcirtUr were covered recently
with placards in which some missionaries
exposed the iiindoo religion to ridicule,
while extolling their own faith.- This
leads the Indian -Mirror, a newspaper of
that city, to say : Unchristian and Un
gentlemanly strictures on the religious lids.
lief of the preponderating majority of the
Indian population were printed by hand
on cloth, behind which a light -was placed
to make the printed characters more dis
tinctly. legible. Much may be forgiven to
missionaries, who mean well, but do not
always - act wisely. It is free
, to them to
hold any opinions, however extreme ; but
a little exercise of common sense should
-convince them that the exhibition ofthem
Is better reserved for the pulpit than on
the walla of public thoroughfares, where
it is calculated to give pain and offenceio
a very large proportion of their fellow-cit
izens. The II indoor; do not obtrude their
religions opinions on other men, and they
are surely entitled to: follow out those
opinions without molestation and withotif;
exposure to ridicule."
A Boy's Lack.
The Norristown (Pa.) Mirald in a l re
cent issue referred among ethers, to the,
following cases of special interest. They
are their own commentary. Mr. Samuel
C. Nyce, resides at 345 Marshall street,
and holds the responsible position of jour
nal in the Pennsylvania Legislature,
ut Harrisburg. While Mr. Nyce and fam
ily were in tbe country recently, his boy,
aL.fed three years, fell and broke his leg.
lie recovere.l, but a very, troublesome
set in and be could scarcely use the leg.
The injured leg - was - rubbed several times
with St. Jacobs Oil, and the stiffness was
so much reducrd that the boy was Ode to
use_ his leg freely. Dr. Knipscsaidlt was
the use of St. Jacobs Oil that enrM the
stiffness. Mr. Nyce himself_ used the
Great German Remedy for toothache *ith
good effect, and also fur a sprain, and
pains of a rheumatic nature, and always
with good effect. Mrs. Nyce also says
she thinks the Oil is a splendid thing, and
she always keeps it on hand.
THE DlVliit AND THE SICPEP.ATURAL.
—The Rev. John W. Cuadvrickof Broolc.
lyn, while admitting the divine origin of
Christianity, as of all otheethings, denies
that its origin is supernatural. " Until,"
he says, "we have stretched our line and
plummet upon human nature and the nat
ural order of the woild, we are totally
disqualified for predicating anything ex
ceeding either the one or the other. We
must know the utmost capability of GOd,
working within the natural order of -the
world, be ore we can affirm of any pro
duct Here is something that human na
ture could not prodtm without superna
tural assistance ; here is something that
the natural order of tile world -e,ould not
produce ; and hence a miracle.'_
It is, indeed, impossible` to prove the su
pernatural origin of Christianity, because
we do not know the limits of the natural ;
its superhuman origin, because we do not
know-the Whits of the human. It is, in
deed, dishonorable to man to predicate
the need of supernatural interposition,
and equally dishonorable to God to'predi
cate the fa . t of sti,•ll interposition in view
of the historic course of Christianity."
Trte question of the popular adoption
of the new Revision continues to create
strong feeling in cei Lain quarters. is
noticeable," the Sunday School Times
says, "that less feeling is displayed by
the Revision Committee and their imme
diate friends thhn by those who hive less
reason for interest in the Revision, and
who are less comp tent judges of its real
value. Whose who iirotest against its
adoption wost vigorously, on the ground
of • its inaccuracies and infelicities, are
commonly those who would hardly be
called on to improve the 'renderings, if
the world were searched for new helpers.
And those who insist that the Revision
shall be at once accepted are generally
those whose opinion is soonest male. and
soonest clianfy,cd on any important mat
A BlIn.M OF HISTORIC INTEREST.—
There is the possession, of a member of
_Street Methodist Church, in
New York Ci•y, a Bible which is of much
historic interest and value. It was for
merly the property of Philip EtSbury,
and was used by him at the opening
of the First Methodist Church in this
country, on October :30, 1768. In regard
.to the book, C. C. Lasby writes as follows
to-the Christian .Adrotate: " As the book
is a very old one, belonging either,to the
first edition of ilia King James transla
ion, issued in 1611 A. I).. which date it
bears; or to one of tnestill earlier trans.
lations, it possesses great value aside from
its historic association with Methodism.
From examination thus far it appears to
me to be a copy of the celebrated Geneva
Bible, brought to completion in 1560 A.
D. One thing we notice ; The Greek
tern" 'agape' is everywhere tram - slated
' love,' instead cf ' charity.' That this
term was so translated iu the earlier edi
tions of our Ring James translation in I.
Cor., xii., :ill, together with explana
tions of the change to ' charity,' sea Wes
ley's Sermons, vol. ii., p. 280. This fact
we have not sJen noticed in any criticism
on the work of our present revisers, nor
is it mentioned in Roberts's 'Companion
to the Revised Version.' On this,point
our honored revisers agree withAhose
whose labors gave us the translation we
cling to so tenaziouslyi-and are certainly
in agreement with the precious volume
now in possession of Mrs. Corriers, an
.honored member of John Street Chore."
Is connection with the -ecent conver
sion from Romanism of the CoUnt di
Campello, and the doubts expressed,as to
hlrsliaotives, - the Guardian publishes a
letter from the Rev. Dr. Nevin, the first
sentence of which, in the opinion of an
other religious j•ournll, tells a whole chap
ter in a few lines. here it is : ' i Wwould
be the idlest waste of words to try to per
suade the Roman people that any prelate
of Campello's official and family influence
was in serious danger • of being removed
from his officelor any ordinary immorali
ty in his living, or want of belief in the
supernatural claims of the Chr6thrn reli
l3►saor E. G. Asunnws, of the Meth
odist Chord], and his wife, will start for
'Mexico in a few days. The object of the
visit is tckeitablish new missions and look
..after-tboiii 110 W [tat,/ it.
- THERE' ant-'now in tho biland of Mada
gascar 882 icitnibis with 48,000 pupils;
1,142 chluelits, with 70,000 members, and
248,000 stolleretits to the Christian faith.
IIsyrSVILLF, Ohio, Feb. 11, 1880..
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STONE, --.Flagging, Caps, Sills mi .
kJ Baser of mast excellent gustily and dursbllltp;
Mao. building stout, s sample of whirl can be seen
st It. A. Parker's now tape. 'Orders
Anal lad eontroets Witt. .111/ply to this ogee or
J. M. 1311.011111M5.
.‘ m o o s & iptim v
Totseettlo, fresebastll, Wit ,
• Ilas removed to
CORNER MAIN & BRIDGE-ST&
tasking it his • ,
FOR CHOICE GROCERIES
CASH PAID FOR
GOODS SOLD AT THE
Tawands, April 29, 16410-yl.
Rave filled the Old Store
CORNER OF MAIN AND BRIDGE STREETS,
(lately occupied by Oven Eros.) with an entire
NEW . STOCK OF FINE
Groceries & Provisions.
We invite attention to our
AND CHOICE STOCK
tar The highest market priCes paid to
Farmers in Cash for desirable produce.
An assortmeut of
%weed and -willow Ware
kept constantly on hand. Buyers - are Invited to
call and otiatulue eur'Goods and Prlees.
I M. D. SWARTS,-
' A. S. GORDON.
Towanda, Pa., January 4th,:leal
STEVENS & LONG
General- Dealers in: '
GROCERIES, PROV I SIONS,
TO, THEIR NEW STORE,
CORNER OF MAIN & PINE-Sts
(The old stand of Fox, Steffens S Mercer.)
They invite attention to their complete assortmen
and very large stock of Choice .tiew'tiixids
which they hae always on hand.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE
♦nd Cash paid for desirable kinds
M. J. 1.01511 GEL. STE Vr..!.:TS.
Towanda, Apri 1 1879. _
GEORGE L. ROSS
Is the Proprietor of the
NEW GROCERY- STORE
JUST STARTED IN THE MON
- • TANYE BLOCK.
This store being on the corner near the Public
Square, Is one of, the finest G,rocertes In town, and
Mr. Ross has spared no p311:14 An selecting the best
goods that the great cities afford. Ills experience
in the grocery business enables: lion to purchase
first-class goods, and at bottom prices. Farmers
and everybody can depend on. It that when they
get the prices of Groceries at Ross's It is of no use
to try elsewhere, for his prices are down to rock
31it. J. L. SCfIOO.NOVER. has charge of Mr.
Ross's Firs Ward Store In Ilellum's Block. and
his prices are the lowest in town. Mr. Rosa keeps
a horse and delivery wagon standing at the store,
and will deliver In the Borough, tree of charge,
all goods as soon as sold.
All kinds of desirable produce taken In exchange
for Groceries or for Caah.
GEORGE L. ROSS.
Mira - rids. Fa.. January 27Z1/581.
T HE OLD MARBLE. YARD ,
STILL IN OPERATION.
The undersigned having purchased the MAE•
BLE YARD of the late GEORGE MCCABE, de
sires to inform the public Met ..sie'ng employed
experienced men, be La ..!-.:;Lared J all kinds of
work in the
1110NUMEN' T 'S
to the very best wanner and at lowest rates.
Persons desiring anything In the Marble line ate
Invited to call and examine work. antsave agent's'
. JAMES SIcCARE.
Towanda. Ps., N0v.18.18711. 24 11
}KATIE° HOUSE. Something
new. A arittlava RIESTAIIII4I4II' sad
AA IMO HOUSE au IlttAga Nrert oppoota The
Amalie*, llatal. Op.* at all Liatligt, al/rtll sad
4, et uuusitro Tet.prolfer.
LEHIG.H It -ALLEY
PENN.& NSW YORK RAIL ROADS
Ansagemattitot Passenger ?nabs to takeiffeet
15 1 95
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.8.5(. 1 r.144.51 4 1 .11J.4.11. • 51 P.ll
No. 329 eaves Wyal using at 41:00 A. M.. French
town 6: 1 1. liumwerneld 643, Branding Stone 6:31:
'43'63:liking 6:40, Towanda 6:53. Ulster 7:06.
7:16. Athena 745, Sayre 7:40, Waverly 7:55, arriving.,
in Elmira at MO A. M.
No. 31 leaves Elmlreat 5:45 P.M.. Waverly 6:25;
Sayre 6:45. Athens 6:O. Milan cap. tfister 7.111;
Towanda 7:2; Wyvanklog 7:35. Slawilog:Stono
7:44. Rprmerfteld 7:s2..Frenclitosn 8:02, .arrirlbjr ,
at. Wya; using 6:15.1% 51.
Trims 'tud 15 run daily. Sleeping carsim trains
S and 15 heoreen Niagara Palls and Philadelphia
and between Lyons and. New York without changes
Parlor cars on Trains 2 and 9 between Niagara
Palls and Philadelphia without change., apt
through coach to and from Itsebester via Lyons.
. WM. sTEvENSON.
Supt. P. & N 7. Y. IL M.
-Sayre, Pa., May 16, 1550.
_ )Tll Et -
Chicago & 'North-Western
Is the OLDEST 3•B EST CONSTRUCTED BEST
• _ F.QUIPPED and hence the
LEAR INO RAILWAY
• • —OF TIIE—
• •WEST. AND NORTHWEST?
It Is the 15horiihu.1 - best route , between ,Cliteago
and all points In
Northern "lowa. Dakota. Wyoming,
Nebraska, California.' Oregon, Arizona.; Utah,
Colorado. Idaho, litontan-s Nevada, and for
couticlL BLUFFS, OMAHA
-- DENVER. LEADVILLE.
SALT LAKE, SAN FRANCISCO
DEADWOOD,. SIOUX CITY
Cedar Rapids. Des Moines. Columbus, and gal
Points in tne Territories. and the West. Also. for
Milwaukee, Green Bay, Oshkosh, Sheboygan. Mar
quette.- Fond du Lac. Watertown, Houghton.
Neenah. Menasha: St. Paul, Minneapolis, Huron,
Volga, Fargo, Bismarck. Winona, LaCrosse,
Owatonna, and all — polnts in Minnesota, Dakota.
Wisconsin and the Northwest. „
At Council Bluffs the Trains of the Chicago &
North-Western and the U. P.' lUys depart from,
arrive at and use the same Joint Unicin Depot.
At Chicago. close connections are made with the
Lake Shore. Michigan Central. Balthnore &, Ohio,
Ft. Wayne and Pennsylvania, and Chicago &
Grand Trunk IC7s, and the' Kankakee and Pan
Close connections.made at Junction Paint*
It is the ONLY LINE running;
Pullman Hotel Dining Cars
Chicago & Connell Bluffs.
Pullman Bleeiefsl on all Night Trains.
insist upon Ticket Agents' selling you Tickets
via this road. Examine your Ticket., and refese
to buy it they do not reed over the Chicago &
North-Western itallway. •
If you wish thellest travellug'Accommodatioul
you will buy yortrickets by- this route s AND
WILL VANE NGN E OTH ER.
Ali Tlcitet,Ageuts seV. Tickettehy this• Line,
2d V. I'. dt Geu•l Mauer, Chicago.
20 YEARS 20
J. 0. Frost's Sons
Are no w prepared than eret to
supply the public with first-eltils •
We manufacture our own goods and
warrant them to be as represented.
PARLOR SUITS In all lie leading styles.
BEDROOM SUITA In Walnut, Ash, Cherry,
DINING4tOOM, KITCHEN. AND
While we • furnish tho finest 'HEARSE
and Equipments. a larger and better stock of
CASKETS and TRIMMINGS, with a large experi
ence in our business. we guarantee as.low. if not
lower, prices than those who have not as good
facilities as ourselveS.
sir We furnish Chairs, Pall and Corpse Pre
servers, free of charge. •
CALL ! 'EXAMINE! COMPARE!
And, then purchase where you can do the best
J. O. FROST'S SONS
Towanda, Sept. r. ' -
FREE TO EVERYBODY!
A BENTIFIr OK FOB TUB ASKIN
By ap versonally at the nearest office of
TIM/ r it MANUFACTURING CO. for by
postal • • fat a distance) any adult person will
be pr , .ted with a beautifully illustrated copj of
aNe -cuk entitled
Story, of the Sowing %ciao,
containing a handsome and costly steel ingraving
frontispiece; also, 23 finely enpaved woodcuts,
and bound in an elaborate blue and gold lithograph
ed cover. No charge whatever Is made for this
ha Itisonie book. which can be obtained only by ap
plicationat the branch and subordinate oMiers of
The Singer Manufacturing Co. -
THE SINGER K&HTIFACITUEING 00
Dow at.the cspix*lto
fimmet If roma , tesran4s. limbo oriwtarty.
3 151MTIONI6 1 8 i 30! 21 12
Of every deseiiption.
C ( TTAGE•SUITB la all desirable styles
Prlnelisiofikll, 21 1101 Zjittiare,
NOW IS THE TIME
TO BUY CIIEAP - OF
BEST AND 3108 T RELIABLE
CLOTHING' STORE IN THE
',l - ,: - Ka: . BUSH;
BRIDGE STREET,' TOWANDA,
Has received.tha LARGEST AND BEST
_ selected stock- of
Hats and Caps,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
TRUICkS, TRAVELING BAGS
Ever brodgfit to Towanda or Bradford
~ county, and is now offering the best
made and finest suits at
LOWER PRICES !
Than you will have to pay for poor•made
Clothing at other places. All his Clothing
is manufactured expressly for" HOME
TRADE. and _WARRANTED TO GIVE
CALL & EXAMINE
BUSH, BRIDGE-ST., TOWANDA.
Towanda, fiert. 29. 1881
SPRING AND SIMMER !
1881 = 1881
At the CLOTHING • HOUSE 1:or
M. E. Rosenfield
Main-6t., Towanda, you will find
The Best Goods'
The Latest Styles
The Lowest Prices
His IMMENSE STOCK embraces all
the latest styles, in great variety, 'of
For Men's, Youth's and Bova wear, from the finest
and heaviest cloths to the cheapest and lightest
grades for the Summer trade. • '
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
This department is complete, iiavink a
full line of Hosiety, Collars and.Cufle, Neckwear,
Handkerchiefs, Ready-made Stale, Summer Ul3.
A very large stock of the newest styles in
every quality._ Also, 11.1.MBRELLASIrTHAVEL
ISQ VAC'S, Etc.
REMEMBER—That you can save money
by purchasing at the old-established Cloth
ing House of
M. E. ROSENFIELD.
Towanda, May 19, 1881.
1831 THE CULTIVATOR 1882
Country .wile ant
THE BEST OF THE
ENLARGEMENT FOR 1882.
THE CoVNTnT GENTLEMAN is the LEADING
JOURNAL of American Agriculture. In amount
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It; of cOrrespond.nce, In qualltyof paper and style'
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is believed to have no superior In either of the
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Farm Crops and Processes,
Live Stock-and Dairying,
while It also includes all minor departments of
rural interest, such as Poultry Yard,. Entomology,
Bee;Reeplng, Greenhouse and Grapery, Veterinary
Replies, Farm Questions and Answers, Fireside
Reading, ~o mestic, Economy, and a summary of
the News of the 'Week: Its Sienna. REPoII2B
are unusually coniplete, , and much attention is paid
to the Prospects of •the Crops, as throwing light
'upon one of the most Importatnt of all questions—
When to Buy and When to Sell. It is liberally
Illustrated, and Is intended to supply, In a contin
ually increasing degree, and In the best sense of
the term, a
LIVE AGRICULTURAL NEWSPAPER:
The Volume of TILE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN for
1012 will be LARGELY INCREASEIk in Contents
by the addition of d a aulbelent number of to
meet the growing"demauds upon itti space, but the
terms will continue as follow% when paid at, ictly In
advance: ONE COPY, one year, 62.50: rpm
Corms, 810 and an additional copy for the
Year free to the sender of the Club ; •Pax COPIES,
8204 and an additional copy for the year free to
the sender of the Club
sir All Niter Subeerib•rs for 1 8 82; paying in
advance now, WILL RECEIVE Tit E PAPER WEEK.
LY. from receipt of remittance fo January let,
1889. WITIIOUT,CII ARGIL
LUTHER TUCKER & SON, PerhOthe're,
ALBANY, N. R.
STEAM MILL OWNERS.
The undersigned has permanently le.'
maid In Towanda, for the purpose of doing
ALL KINDS OF BOILER WORK.
Boiler Tubes repaired,. Job Work of all kinds done,
and warranted, Estimates given for new boilers,
'and Boller Inspections made. We have had large
experience and are thoroughly posted in all branch.
es. We trust those-1n want of Boilers and Sheet.,
Iron will study their Own Interests and patronize us: -
SHOP NEAR L. B. RODGER'S MILL.
Orders may be left at Hard are Store of M. O.
Mercur.- THOS. DUNLEA.
Towanda, Sept. 15, _
••••DONIII AT 2111•-•
" REPORTER" OFFIC
QUSQUEHANNA COLLICGIATE IN.
1~.77r WINTER TER 'Meow.
tones MONDAY. OCT. WOOL Expenses for
bawd, Wilco and furnished :room. trom - .172 to
$llO par sear. For eata sor tartan patties;
lan oadroot limo Pt
QU11.14 AN. l► WO
Toßosdet . JOT
INS:U R A K . CE !
C. S.. RUSSELL, Agent,
FIRE, LIFE,' : AND ACCIDENT
leased on the meet normals ten's.
Nona bt4-reliabfe companies represented.
- Laites &Munn!' and paid here.
Towanda, Bov. 13.1!79.
C. P. WELLES'
99 CENT STORE
Are now showing an Elegant and Extensive line of
tioods suitable fur Presents..
Dolls, Doll Meads-and Bod ies,.
Albums, Autograph Albums,
Toy Books, Vases, Toilet Sets,
Win LINE OF MAJOLICA
At greatty.ted (media Ices
Motto & Fancy Cups £ Saucers,
Mugs, Napkin Rings, Silverware,
Solid. Cold Ringo, etc.,
TOYS OP . ALL KINDS !
New Iron Toys—:lndestructlble.
Crockery 4 Glassware, Dedwated
Tea Sots, and Chamber Sets.
HANGING , LAMPS
At re,luced prices: Also a great variety too nu
merous to inentloti, all at lowest prices fur quality
Towanda. Pa, November 10. 1881.
A 004 wanted empties IWO mod Woolk or
The only complete stoiy - cri hie noble life and
death. Fresh, brilliant, reliable. Elmatly pain=
sad Glesssang beentiftlly illustrated;
I lM i r li nely bound Fastest selling_book eves pub
lishieffiJobs C. c Illtblimails. - I Au Do not buy the c LL.D. atchpenny, ire.
Adraffl• vamped campaign books with
which the country is lasted. - They are latterly
worthless ; an outrage upon the memory of the great
dead and a base frank on the public. This book is
iteathlr e sew.' The only Inark worthy the theme.
'Seed is Stamps MmAseseiCostalt.
JONES I.IB.OTHEILS St CO., Publishers, PAlladelphia.
Hay, Stiaw and _drain
For which we will pay the HIGHEST
MARKET PRICE, delivered here
or at points on L. V. R. R.
Having four of Dedrick's 'Perpetual Presses,
with a capacity for haling 50 tons per day. se are
enabled to reedite large quantillesof bay and straw
at many of tile principal shipping points of this
and adjoining counties. We are also :agents foi
the Improved lisle Ties.
ACKLEY & DEAN,
MAIN STREET, TOWANDA. PA.
0111ca.trcer Patch & Tracy's Store: n0v10,31.1
A NEW ENTERPRISE!
Bridge Street, Towanda,
Offer a carefully-selected stock of the
above7mentioned goods, and respectfully
invite all dealers to examine the same and
be convinced that money can be saved by
purchasing goods of us.
• RespeCtfully, '
HENDELMAN, DAVIDOW kt, CO.,
P. 13.—We Wish it distil etly understood
that we will positively 'not sell goods at
retail. • • aug.n.
MAN U FA.CTUR
Portable & Stationary Circular Milla,
Field Rollers and Plovi Points,
GRIST & RAW MILL MAbRINERY
• Of all MAN or repileslor th'esamer.
Or repairing of old Boilers, putting in
new Heads or Flues, a specialty.
„ We hare facilities for turning out
JUST-CLASS BOILERS on short no
Portable' ~and Stationary Engines
Of any sire Made to order. Also, Brass ' and' Iron
Castings. We use the best Iron and our work
Is done by skiliCtl mechanic.. We IMMO.
tee an our work. Quotations given on
Disston or,Richardann Sawa, 'tub.
bee or Leather Belting.
Foundry and BlCops on Pine•st., back
of &mite & •
REmEov sudiAs DisusEs
- 3 MAS WWI
ME CR. -URE FOR
Symptoms are =denim, ad:ming, itcbing, worse it
night; seems as if pin-worms were crawling about
tbe rectum; the private parts are often sdkl,t:thi.. Asa
pleasant, economical and Oats° cure, Awstees
(Worn ENT is superior to any article in the market
Sold by druggist., or send 'l,O cts. In 3-ct Stamm 3
Bose; 111.25. Address, Da. B wAxxe a Sox, Ptak. Pao
PAOin the. Back aid Side.
-. There is nothing more painful than these
diseases; but the pain can be removed and
the disease cured by use of Perry flavW
Pain Killen "
This remedy ',As not a cheap Benzlne
or Petroleum product that must be kept
away from fire or heat to avoid dungy,
of exploodon,,nor Is It an untried expert.
anent that may do more harsh than good.
Pain. Killer has been. In constant use
for-forty years, and, the universal testimony
from all parts of the world Is, It never
tails. It not only effects a permanent core,
but It relieves pain almcest Inatantanetniisly.
Being, a purely vegetable remedy, It IS safe
In the hands of the most Inexperienced.
The _record of cures by 'the use of
Satan would nil volumes. The following
extracts from tenets received show what
those who have tried it think:
lEdinkr Cady, Owatonna., Kinn., says:
-Lboat a year since my wife became gabled
to severe suffering from rheumatism. Our
resort wan tops Pus Snuck which speedily
Lond e on ll writes from the Bailors'
: f• •
I bad been amlcted thseeyessi with neuralgia
and violent spasms of the stomach. The doctors
at Westminster Hospital nave up my ease
despair. I tried your PAI
ediate relief . - ? e.I.JM, sada gave
strength. and now able to v lolliiw"my usual
G. R. walworth, Saco, Its., writes:
I experienced immediate relief from pain in
the tide by the use of your Pars Husna.
IL York says: •
I have Übed pun. PanrXruse forrta
and have received great benefit -
Barto Seam says : •
Hi ave used an
Psnt Knew for thirty years.
and have found it a stererit . siliv moot : for
rbonnattem and Is
Be. Bardttt writes :
n aeserfai/a toigive relief in <sigma Tbeirmatino.
Phil: Gilbert, somerset, Pa., writes:
Froin actual nee. I know your Pxia KELLER
is the beat inedidne I can get.
All druggists keep Pant Krum. Its price
-Is so' low that It is within the reach of, all,
and It Will s ite many times its cost In doctors'
oil s. 25c., Soe. atla 81.00 a bottle.
- PERRY DAVIS £ SON, Poi/deters,
• Providence, R. I.
THE SYMPTOMS OF LIVER COMPLAINT
are uneasiness and pain In the side, sometimes
pain In the shoulder, and Is mistaken for rheuma
tism ; the Stomach Is affected with loss of appetite
and sickness; bowels, In general, c. stive, some
times alternating loath lax r the bead is troubled
.with pain, and dull; heavy sensation ; ccnsiderable
loss of memory, with painful sensation of having
left undone something which ought to have been
done; often cotnplainlng of'weakness., debility and
low spirits.. Sometimes many of the above t-yrnp
toms attend the disease, and fit other times very
few of them ; but the Liver Is generally the organ
REGULATE THE LIVER, AND PREVENT,
Drri-hg, Constipation, Jaundice,
ions Attacks, chills and Fever,
' Headache, Colic, Depression of•
Spi Ms, Sour titontacb, Heart--
. burn ' Piles,
Tonic, Alterative and Cathartic:
Simmons Liver Regulator, purely vegetable, Is
the medicine generally used in the South to arouse
the torpid Liver to healthy action.
It sets with extraordinary power and
einettey on the Liver and Kidneys!
The action of the Regulator is free from nausea
or griping. It Is most effective in titarttu the
secretions of the Liver, causing the bile to act as a
cathartic. When there is an excess of bile in the
Stomach, the Regulator is an active purge; after
the removal of toe bile it will regulate tie bowels
and impart vigor and health to the whole system.
See that you get tt.e Denninc in White W rapper,
with red Z, prepared only by J. H. Zelin at Co.
Sold by all Druggists.
VERY IROORTANT FOR MEN, WO.
it AND CR/LDRENt
It is very mportant to be prepared for
cold woatheri.to have your winter cloth
ing at hard, and your overcoat ready to
put on at a moment's warning, your house
full of coal, your flit-ince ready to light—%
in this matter, obe forewarned is to he
forearmed.—What does every event of
life teach, but to be ready for cold weath
er? Whit - a calaniity to be frozen to
death ! I,tho was ever frozen and thiwed
out, that survived the process? Cold is
danger. Beware, then, how you get into
its clutches ! Be warned in time ! Make
haste ! Fly ! Stand not upon the order
of your going, but go at oitce to the Great
Boston Clothing, Boot and -Shoe House,
just opened in Means' Block. Main St.,
Towanda,Pa.,and get supplied with warm
Winter Clothing, Overdoats, Boots and
Shoes, for Men, Boys_ and
"temember, we have a full-and elegant lino
of Lad-es' and Chiltfrens' Shoes; at prices I
cau;e the .porld to weep. Bear
in mind • every 'garinetit is mad. up t by
skillful mechanics with_ the best material I
and •manufactured at our Wholesale
Hohse, in Boston, Mass., expressly for
the Towanda Branch. .The rush at that
establishment since the opening is some
thing fearful; crowds are thronging daily
at that House to supply tliem.selves with
Men's, Boys', and Childress' Clothing,
Boots and Shoes. Hats and Caps, Rubber
Boots,. Trunks, Valises, Gents' Furnish
ing Goods, etc.,and everybody seems to
be happy with heir bargain. We, there
fore, advise you, for you own interest, not
to let false tongues entice you away from
the Great Boston Clothing House just
opened in Means' Block, Main St., To
wanda, Pa., if you want to save from 25
to 30 per cent. on-each dollar. Remem
ber every article is warranted as_ repre
sented, and goods will be t =hanged if
not satisfactory. We do not misrepresent
you goods, but we will sell good Goods,
for less money, than you can buy Cheap
Goods, in any other place. We_wantyou
and every one to understand that we-are
bete permanently established and we give
every one satisfaction ; we can undersell
any dealer in the line of Clothing in this
and adjoining counties,we have the facili
ty for doing W.—We presume it is known
to everybody—that there is a good many
Dogs barking but they cannot bite—The
old saying is, a barking dog don't do no
harm and cannot bite without teeth—it
is only for; the peciple to try before pur
chasing elsewhere. Remembefthe place,
The Great. Bostdn Clothing „House, just
opened ,In Means' Block, Main St., To
wanda, . L.-ScarigmEno,
.decls. _ Proprietor.
Lettersof - Administration hstingbeen granted
the undersigned. Under the toot and testament
of John C.Parks,late of Shesbequin twp..deceased.
all persons Indebted to the estate of said decedent
are hereby notified to make immediate pay
ment, and eli baying claims against said estate
must present the same duly authenticated to the
undersigned for settlement. •N.
JABIIIB O. NUM% Administrator. -
Bheshequin. Pa.. December 15, 1881-ws. .
VXECITTOR 'S NOTICE.
ters testamentary having been granted to the
undersigned. under the last will and testament et
Benjamin-Pierce, late of Lessya•ille Borough.
deceased. all persons indebted to the estate of said
decedent a e hereby notified to make Immediate
payment, and all having - claims against said estate
mast present the same duly authenticated to the
undersigned for settlement.
_ L. L. BOSWORTU, Itzeoutor.
Logsystllle;Ps., Dec. 8 1 /UM
jam and folughold,
The beginning of the rar should
be a time for the balancing of the
farm accounts. New books are open
ed, and with the inventory taken, as
suggested last month, the fernier
knowsrhow he stands. The first of
January usually brings an end to the
paper subseeptions, and if not al
ready attended to the renewals should
be 'made at once. It may be that
some farm journal or family paper
bras come to sight that will need to
be added to the list of those already
counted as necessary. Farmers as a
class are yearly _reading more and
more, and fos a number of very good
reasons. The improvements of farm
Machinery allow of mare. time for
mental culture; and not the least of
the reasons for an , increased reading
among farmers is the better quality
of the matter provided for them by
the agricultural press. It may be
that the insurance policy runs out
(with the old year,,and this important
'safeguard against distress should be
Looked to. Only the best companies
should be patronized; the rates for
ordinary farmbuildings thould be
A co operative
•` stem of insurance has worked ad
m bly in some localities.
It is Low midwinter, and much of
the farmer's labor is to keep hitosell
and family, and the farm stock, warm
and comfortable. For the household
there will -be a good supply of fuel
needed. This does not mean that a
sizable - pileior green wood just from
the living tree,nnd full of. water,is ade
quate. Dry, well, seasoned wood ,is
the only kind that is either pleasant
or economical to use, especially hi the
stove, in early morning. The man
who, - ,with a large . _ wood lot on his
farm, — does not provide a good supply
of dry wood for the household, is not
doing his duty.- the slip-shod meth
.od of chopping the daily wood on tf,e
day it is used. though it may give 'a
fresh ne, , , is' to the product, is a fruitful
source of bad breakfasts and bad
tempers, and' it may be in extreme
cases leads to harsh wordS;and• dis
graceful actions.t All this can. be
avoidedi by cutting a year's supply
of wood during the winter, and giving
it the whole of the following summer
to become thoroughly dried. 'ln this
way the cutting-and splitting of the
year's fire wood becomes a part of
the regular winter work on the farm.
The methods to be observed in har
vesting this crop should be ns eco
nomical as a'ny other. Unless the
land is to be cleared, the trees that
are old and dying should be cut first,
thus preserving the wood lot in good '
The cow stable should be kept neat
and clean. Unless this is done the
milk cannot be perfectly pure. _ The
air of a filthy stable' . will taint milk'
that is drawn
_in: it, and when* the air
_is fOul, the cows- under such lack of
care will be more or less dirty, and
some of this filth will find its way
into the pall. A careful milker will
.remove by brushing all , such matter
that imight,, n part, otherwise reach
the dairy room or the consumer of
the milk. Milk is a valuable product
and;the satisfaction of ptodueing it
as Well as the pleagure Of using in
.the household economy, depend upon 1
its purity. At no time in the year
'is it more valuable Or more Aiffieult,
to have it .pure thari in the Winter,
therefore the one who 'does, by prop
!'er care, - -produce it now, gainS . in
more ways than one. The cows
_only be kept clean, hut
well sheltered; fed, and watered. =Un
less these things-are observed, dairy-'
ing in winter must be sr•; - source of
loss. • Just what the shelter shall be,
must be determined somewhat by
circumstances. and - the - daily rations,
will vary with the crops grown, and
the system of management. What
the feed may. he—hay, cut straw,
corn foilder, each with a quantity of
ground feed, or a combination of
them, all; it should be ffiVen with
great regularity. An' :hour before
the time one day, and an
: equal peri
od after on the - following day, is "an
irregularity in which the farmer who.
looks to a profit from his stock, can- -
not afford - to indulge.
The horses will generally have an
easier time during winter. than in the
busy months of -spring' and summer.
They should riot therefore receive -a
light food and leis care, but be so
kept that they Will be in, excellent
trim when the spring opens. Horses
that come to the heavy work of
spring without an accumulation of
„tore'd up force, are unfit for
the wort, and have Lot een properly
and - therefore profitably wintered.
The remarks under o cattle, to neat
nessin the - stable, a . plenty of feed,_
and pure water apply - with great force
in the case of - horses. Serious injury
is done to many horses? by being ex
posed .to cold winds after a hard
drive, and when 'they had become
much heated. All drafts of cold air
should be avoided it such times, and
the body of the horse covered with a
I blanket. Sweaty' horses' that - are
taken at once to 'a warm stable, sel
dom need the protection of blankets,
and if they are used it' makes the an
imals More susceptible to chills when
:hitched out of doors..
1. -- . . FOR
The very early lambs ate dropped
during this month, and if mild, weath
er favors them ' they may be made
very profitable for the early market.
Wald the weather be severe, the
lambs must be kept from being chill
ed through ; this may be done by
wrapping their' in, blankets and ad
ministering a little hot ginger tea.
The ewes should have, the warmest
pens in the stable, and may need to
be nursed with warm gruel for a few
Pork,, of late years , has been. a
profitable crop only when grown ac
cording to the best methods. 'This
includes the keeping of the best breed
for the kind of • pork desired. Small
breeds that fatten from birth 'and
yield a good carcass within a-year
are suited to small farms near mar
ket, while a pig with a larger 'frame,
a slower growth, and maturing later
may suit the larger farms of the West.
It not Only does not pay to keep poor
br eds, but a good breed must - not
be kept poorly. A. pig is a machine
for flesh making, and it must not ex
pend its fores in other.directions
A pig an .unprofitable animal -to
turn the compost heap—other forms
of labor are cheaper. Cleanness is
another essential in profitable pork
growing. Tho pigs should be killed
early in the winter, as later keeping
is expensive • besides it gives more
room for the few that are reserved
foi - breeding. There have been any
thorough experiments made to 'test
the value of winter shelter for swine,
and they all show that pigs to winter
Welt - m - tist lave a warm place with a
clean bed and feed enough to 'be
cornfort. They are not to be
fattened, but simply kept in good
condition. Brood , sows coupled-now
Suggestions for the Season.
Live Stock votes
bring pigs inligy, an excellent sea.
sou,lis the weather is warm-and set,
tied, and the young pigs will intake a
rapid growth. .
If eggs are desired in winter and
they always are in demand—the fowl,
w ill require a warm pLee anal plenty
of f oo d and water. -- Lime in sam e
form as • powdered oyster shells, old
plastering, etc., will be needed to.
furnish material for shells.-_z neri .
can Agriculturist for" January.
Hints for •iouseieepers.
The erpres juice pf green wai.
nut shells diluted witOrater, is u se d
for dyeing blonde hair a light brown.
- A. little spirits of turpentine wiled
to the water with which floors are
washed, will prevent the ravages of
Use kerosene, or earth-brick, or
powdered lime to scour iron, tin or
copper ;'wash in hot suds and polish
with dry whiting.
To 'remove spots• from furnitur:,-
four ounces of vinegar, two ounces
of sweet oil, one ounce of turpentine.
Mix and apply with a flannel cloth.
Spirits of amir.onis dilutkd with
water, if am/lied with a Sponge or
flannel to disoolorvi spots on the
carpet or 2armentok, irll3 viten restore
the color. '
ski m - m ilk ani water, with a little
bit of glue in it, made scalding hot,
will restore old . rusty black crape,
If einr;ped and pressed dry, like tine
muslin, it will look as good xi new,
'When' carpets are well cleaned
sprinkle 'with salt and told ; wh - en
laid strew .slightly moistened bran
before sweeping. This, with the salt,
will freshen them up wonderfully.
A . paste Made of whiting and ben
zine will clean .marble, and one made
of whiting and chloride of soda, spread
and left to dry (in'the sun if possible)
on the marble will remove spots. _
Celery boiled in milk and eaten
with the milk served as a beverage is
said to ben'cure for rheumatism, gout
and a specific incases of small-pox.
Nervous people find comfort in celery.
A flannel cloth dipped into warm
soap suds and then int , , whiting and
applied to paints will instantly .re
move all grease and dirt. Wasbwitli
clean water and dry. The most deli-
Cate.. paint will not be injured, and
will look like new.
Plaster Of paris mixed with gum
arable water makes an excellent white
cement, but must f e used_immediate
ls-. as it hardens qu i ckly. A mixture
of five parts'of geleatine to one of
cid. chromate of lime, applied to
broken edges, which should be pre-s
ed together and exposed to the sun
light, Makes an insoluable cement..
$l5OO per year can :be-easdy made at
home working for E. G. Rideout
10 Barclay Street; New Yo dr. Send fo
their catalogue and full particulars. itr
BOILED CIDER.—This is prepared
b3bboiling sweet cider' down in the
proportion of Your gallons to one.
Skim it well during boiling, and at
last . take
,"especial care that it does
not se_grchr, brass kettle, well
cleansed with salt and vinegar, and
wished . . wifh.elear Water, is the best
thing to boil it in. For tart pies for
summer use it is excellent; -and for .
mince pies it is superior to brandy or •
any distilled liquor, and in cake
it is preferable to brandy.. It is a •
very convenient article in a family.
A BUSIIEL Box.—Mr. 'l.‘ R. II,"
Orange Co., N. Y: .makes box in the
following manner that holds just a
bushel:=Cut a 12,-inch pine ,beard
in footlengths; these.3nake the ends
of the lrox,i. The. sides ,and ' bottom
Are madeOf Strong lath 1S inchi s,'
long and s'ecurely' nailed -to the end
pieces: ' These , boxes can be packech
elosely and•arei bandy for harvesting
and marketing potatoes, appleS, ect.
. r , - 7 i
.tIOBEHOUND UANDir.— Prepitre a
strong decoCtiori,. by,, boiling two
ounces Of . the dried herb in a pint
and half ofiwater for about b i alf-an
hour; strain this, and add.thAe
one-half pounds of brown su . -, :ir;
over; a bal fire until it reachvs the
requisite, degree of hardness, ,when it
may be 'toured Out in flat Uri trays,
previously well greased, andimarked
into'stieks of%squares with knife.
as it becomes cool enough to retain
Car.A.3l - PirFs.--To one qiiart boil
ing,' water three-quarters of. a
pound!of litittcr; %%hen nearly cold
add ten eggs, well . beaten, ;and - ole
half teaspoonful soda •
.drOp on but.
tered tin pans„several inches ap.trt,
and hake in quick oven. Ct,astarti for
the Puffs—one quart of *ilk. fot.r
eggs, two cups sugar, one cup flour;
cook until well done; flavor to taste:
when. cold split purrs and till v,ith
cream. Smaller quantities'inay le
Used in either receipt than here givin
, VELVET. Cl:E.A.3l.—"Veliet ert am,'
to be;eaten with take, is Made in Luis
way Beat the whites of 4. eggs to a
a stiff froth, add two taVelqon
fulsl of currant jelly, two tablespdon•
fuls of raspberry jam ;! beat all well
together; cream may be added or not
as you choose; it is a great addition,
provided it is real cream. Velvet
.cream is a fine aceompanient to blane
- Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat,
• ings and Sprains, Burns and
Sialds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache,.fres - tad
Feehand-Ears, and all other
Pains and Ache's.
No Pr epar ation on earth equals Sr. Jars."
al sir e, sure, simple and - cheap
Remedy A trial entails but the cromparattre'T
teitileg outlay of ;AI-Cents, and every one torterir4
with paha eau limo cheap and pieties peva a its
Directions vet Essen Languages."
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEstrr.3
A. VOGELER & •
Builtmore. Af.L. L.: