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THURSDAY, AUGUST 4 . , 1881
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ern portion of the County.
They e at and looked at the cornet,
And the wonderful tail that grew fil;ni
HiS baud struck a pia
Where it shouldn't have been— •
As he slid froin his knees he said &Init.
The 1)1 - .14 clam job printing. 14. &no at
the ItErt - weAN office. V
The Republican County Convention nu ets
i n Towanda, Tuesday, September G.
. The Tr( (pout recent shuw•ers hive .in ter
fered with the oat harvest. •
Why don't 150inCbOdY build a summer rotor:
near table or pn•speet rock opposite tout''?
The buckle-berry crop is the largest this
season for many years.
The eeneou for trout clotted July
A new floor — has been pet down in Geo
Fairchild's barber shop, under 99c. Stine.
George Decker's elegant new dwulling
Lours on third street is fast approaching
Bradford county 'will exhibit the finest
horses at the next County Fair ever seen in
,E. L. Davenport cap travel seventy-five
miles a day on his bicycle over average coun
try roads without much exertion.— Cakton
Mr. E. C. Oliver, of the firm of Oliver it Soo,
one of Troy's oldest and best pneiueßs men,
died suddenly of erysipelas at his hone in
that place on monday evening last, aged
sixty-five years. -
Any pereou who has - a view of the
interior of Christ Church taken some
eight or nine years ago, will confer a favor
by notitying the editor of this paper of the
The camping party, consiating of Dr; John-
,-an, Henry C. Porter, C. L. Tracy, W. G.
Tracy, E. 11. Selleck andTrank Hannan, who
rpent last week on the bank of the river be•
lw Freuchtown, report. having a pleasant
time. Several woodcock were shot, and sll
the bass-caught they could make any use of.
Thomas E. Myer; son of Hon. E. Reed
Myer, has . opened a law office at Wyalusing.
Thomas has the ability requisite to success.
We should judge Wyalnsing is a favorable
location. Persistent pertinacity of purpose
will win the day. Push and grit are the in
gredients that help men to rise. •
Sam Berry has been on the rampage again.
This time he proposed to go gunning after
Geo. Bruce. On Thursday hat George, made
complaint before Justice Codding and
procured a warrant for the arrest of the irre
pressible Sam. lu default of $5OO bail, the
Justice committed him to jail to await the
action of the grand jury. .
The heaviest thunder storm for yfars, at
Ilonesdale, occurred on Friday afternoon, the
22,1 instant. Xl's. VanVora, was- Oiled by
lightning, her husband knocked insensible,
and an unknown man dangerously injured
neartheir residence. Three others wero
rionrly hurt and ono is reported dead. A
portion of the cupola of the: car shops was
torn off add several residences damaged.
Old John Beamish, the hermit of Union,
dropped in to see, us this week.; John owns
the surface of the earth and all the minerals
underneath, by divine right:and is entitled
1,1 ground rent; but his possessions are dis
puted and the rent is not forthcoming which
h ayes a heap 3f trouble on the :pld man's
mind.- The crop of cryzy people iS large this
year.- Canto), Ssmtine/:
The wife of Rev. E. L. Stillwell, of Dreg-.
den, N.Y., who:was for many .years located
in this county,, died at that place on Sunday
last. The funeral services wero held at .
Horseheads on Tuesday.. The deceased has
wativ friends and old acquaintances in, this
co - linty who will be pained to learn of her
d...,t11, - and who will extend a hearty sym
-1•F;Illy with her bereaved husband. •
; Dui iug the l .severe thunder, storm of Mon
thly evening lightning stria a board pile
lit.out twenty feet from the residence of Rev.
S. L. Conde. It did no material damage,
however. It will be remembered that his
house was struck only a few weeks since and
somewhat damaged thereby.Ttinklianno'ck
The,second of the series of articles on the
gooa of the country, contributed by Prof. J.
11. Naron, appears this week. This article
pre: , ents a comprehensive view of the Govern
ment, and its republican form in contrast
with monarchical governments. The reader
ill readily gather from it a clear understand
ing of the relations between the National,
state and Municipal governments, and the
harmonious working of the whole as a perfect
The Shite Line and Sullivan Railroad tub/
.teamed out at 10 o'clock yesterday forenoon
!coal the Court House depot, with eight ears
laden with the 31. E. Church Sunday School
g'llolars and their friends, bound for a Tic
-1110 et Ellenberger's Trout Ponds. The day
say pleasantly spent, and all returned iu
,aiety without mishap at G o'clock p. m.
Codling families had are-union at the
bows of M. 11. Codding in this borough on
V—ltivsday. July 20th. John A. Codding
en 1 wife, of Towanda, and James Fl. Codding
wife were present. Our friend, M. H.
furnished the neceSsary palatable
ti %%bile Dr. Codding officiated as
v"te•titutional adviser. They certainly did
hotiisr to the occasion, both in doing justice
t,, the good things, and perpetuating the
mane, which will no doubt gladden the hes:rts
f the Ccddings in the generations yet: to
Isrgc barn or his tiu Calif, on the line
I tvii•tii • Springfield and Santofield - town
. Lips w , :is struck by lightning and burned
at wt ,iniset of Monday night July 25, during
ry hard storm. It was well filled with
Lay and grain. There was an' insurance we
understand on the barn, but none on the con-
The loss must have been consider-
ery Vanderhoff, of Big Flats, was struck
I.y lightning at kieNeu o'clock Monday, July
zind instantly killed. lie was Sitting
ith 1.;:s hired man, named Sherman, on a
Loi hi his barn when the fatal bolt struck
1.1 N). The hired man was thrown about ten
f. t aced picked up insensible. A boy who
‘Ni.e• on the hay mow above gite the alarm.
The Williamsport San and Palmer says:
- Ile maddest Men or thieves in all this town
: , re two fellows who entered' the house of the
lI• v. Mr. Burrows, pitstor of the 'Third
l':( , :hteliati church, Sunday night and stole
hi 4 tD , weers. The reverend gentleman awoke
time to frighten the scoundrels off, but be
, *i.l ni ,, Etrus for his trowsers*nd some $5 in
'linge. Thieves that - don't Snow any better
if au to enter preachers' or'editors' houses
‘'amot et.pect tu get more than 50 cents.
114, I , .rge , anitiurt t the doctor had was pro
1'. 1, !Y i4icifiii!a collet Bon or a wedding, we
4r•-• c t sure which.
',taxi - Fier of the stockholders of the Muriel
Uri iu order to get a railroad into
:s.l.lvatt con uty, are endeavoring to organize
c.,mpsny and procure a charter for a new
rhi:road, to be called the Lyconting. Sullivan
ht. , l Bradford railroad company. In this pro
pet It is proposed to use the bed of the
Munt:y Creek road, that being the one ter
minus, and the other terminus ultimately to
reach Bradford county. It will have the en
d,rs.queet and support of several prominent
rtnr , )&d magnates.— Wiltianvport Sun and
U woman! in such times u these,
7 wereibetter to stand flies—or fleas—
Than lc shut in the awful shade
Ily thelight-excluding shutter made.
Who'd live in gloom the summer through
-line only to apply to yon!
ro. H. C. Elsbree, is neriortsli
_ —Mrs. M. L. Barns is suffering from au at
tack of malarial fever.
—Hon. U. Mercur and wife returned on
Monday from the sea shore.
—George D. Crafts, of lowa, a brother of
Mrs. Robert Meliwe, is visiting his slater.
—Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Frost are on a visit to
their son, Lester 11. Frost near ; Itiehmond,
—airs..lieury• C. Porter and children have
a tent at "Camp Taylor," and are spending
the week thOre.
—Prof. Charles W.:Riteldon. of Hamilton
N. Y., has been added to the faculty of the
Snequehanna Collegiate Institute.
—Dr. Reese Davies, of liillkes-Barre, a
brother of Hon W. T . Davies, was in town on
Monday and Tnetday last.
—Miss Minnie Hawes, formerly of To
wanda, and highly esteemed here,- died on
the 11th of July, of consumption.
—Rev B. H. Hayden, pastor of the Chtirch
of Christ, (Disciples) Canton, is on a.visit to
friends iu Michigan.
—T. M. Arnout, who has been in the em
ploy of Stevens & Long as delivery man, has
left them to engage in 'other business.
—LeGrand S. Brewer, M. Arnont and
Win Layton, are camping at York'a Narrows
in Wysox, thiti week.
—John Mather and L. J. Culver, of Wash
ington, in government employ, are spending
a vacation with their friends in this county.
—Rev. Geo. Shaffer• and wife of Moscow,-
pa,. are in town visiting their cousin Mrs. D:
Clark, on fourth street. •
—Thomas T. Wireman Esq„ of ftarrisburg,
Superintendent of the Pennsylvania railroad'
company's canals is in town as a, witness in
the equity suit before Judge Linn..
—Mr E. C. Sinsebangh, of Athens, has been
awarded a pension for injuries
the late war, ands few days si ne received a
draft of $1,710 on account of arreatiges.
—O. D. Kinney Esq., has , gone to Asbury .
Park, New Jersey, to join'hia wife who has
been there for two weeks with other parties
from this place.
—Major E. W. Hale and Hon. J.-G. PatMit,
left on Tuesday last for the Fen aide. During
their absence they will snood a short time at
Long branch, Ocean Grove, Concy laltMd
. —Mr. A. j, Whitney. wife; and three child
ren, of Tyrone, ra.; are 'visiting at Mr. W'a
old home in Wysea. 'Mr. Whitney is a high
ly competent civil. engineer and has been in
the employ of the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company for the past 23 years.
The North American Review for August
contains a decidedly able 'and unanswerable
defense of Christianity which completely
annihilates Bob Ingersoll's pernicious doe
torines. The article is " from the pen of
Judge Jere Black, and we deem it of snlß
cientlimportance to wa,rrent us in ptiblishing
it entire. - Owing „to its length it will .be
given in installments of two or three col
nms each week until completed.—Canton
The editor of 114 Sentinel -has perhaps
failed to observe that the North Americau
Review, has standing at the bead of first
page of cover conspicuously displayed the
words: "AU Numbers Copyrighted." The
publishers also specially request that pub
lishers of 'newspapers shall not copy in full
any article from the . Iterietc, but make ex
tracts only. We would gladly publish entire
Judge Black's able defence of the Bible and
Christianity against tee . Infidel doctrines of
Bob Ingersoll, but the question suggests
itself—would we not in doing so be liable for
infringement of copyright ?
Newspaper subscriptions aro payable in ad
vance. The publisher is obliged to pay for .
all stock mil every other item of • expense
connected with the publication of a news
paper, practically in advance. The, paper
men, the compositors, the type-makers, the
ink dealers, will not wait 'for subscriptions to
'he collected three months, six-months or a
year after subscription. Their demands are
cash and cash it must be. We shall adopt the
cash in advance basis September Ist, of which
all will take notice.
' A s brave woman like, kbrave man, deserves
much credit„, Bravery #1 its trite meaning,
is to meet heroically es cry emergency. We
cite a case. Some timesince, a large hawk
dive down, fastening-his claws on a young
turkey, when Mrs. C. L. Squires, of Pikt.,
caught up t a rifle, and with a steady aim,
fetched the monster - on the wing to the
ground—landing the turkey. unhurt. This is
an example for the .Leßaysville Ride Team,
and one too which they Would find it difficult
to equal.—Leßayscilte Advertiser.
Tray Graded School,
pia J. McCollom Principal, opens Monday
August 15. 1
A •gentlemamby the name of King, caught
on Friday last near Homet's Ferry, a black
bass weighing over 4 polinds and measing 19
inches, in length.: •
Nu 'r;rotr Escape
On 31.miday night last, the residence and
all the household goods of W. B. French, in
Albany township, were destroyed by Are. 4.1 r.
French's family made a very narrow escaVe,
and it was only by the utmost exertions they
were saved. Mrs. French dropped the chil
dren froin a window on to a feather bed, and
in doing so one child fell with its feet in the
fire and was very sever burned. The pro
perty was insured. .
The elevnth annual reunion of the Fiftieth
New York Volunteer Engineers, will be held
at Geneva, N. Y., August 25th. The reunion
will be held on the Armory Grounds, of the
Thirty-Fourth Separate Company, N: G. S.
N. Y., under tilarge pavilion with tuAsic by a
full military band. The business meeting
will be called at 12 o'clock; reunion exercises
at 2:30; complimentary prommade concert
in the evening; ample accommodations fox
ell wishing to take their baskets. • Half fare
rates on Seneca Lake, good for return Aug.
26th. Trains leave for the east, west, north
and south at 11:15 p. m. Boat leaves at 5:30
p. m. L. Canfield is President and C. H.
Ramsey Secretary of the Association.—Ebnirit
The Greenback party will hold &primary
election, for the nomination of county offi
cers, under the rules of the-Crawford County
System, in the respective !election districts
of llradfoi d county on Saturday next, August
C. The Convention of return delegates will
be held at the Court Ifousa in Towanda on
Tuesday, August .9th.
4 (tu let Ilcdd4ug
A very quiet wedding took place fn Alba
on the afternoon of July 28th. Mr. Jaiaee W.
Norrish, a former teacher of this county, but
now of Marshfield, Missouri, was married - to
Miss Sylvia Bush. We understand ho takes
her to his Western home, about the 13th of
August. May they bo as successful in teach
ing each other, as they have been in teach
ing the children who have been under their
Fon rum REPUBLICA,: : although
not heard from in.a long time, is still in ex
istence and is as many of Us seem to
think, the center of creation.
Our crops of hay and wheat are excellent,
and oats promise well, corn, generally speak
ing, is nearly p failure, very few good pieces
are seen, bat what we lack' in corn is abund
antly supplied in the number of potato bugs.
Among the recent improvements of our
village we would mention, the new dwelling
house of Mr. Augustus Phelps, the finely
graded yard around Mr. Wilson Voorhis'
residence, and (by the way _there is another
improvement or additioni not to the house of
thelast mentioned gentleman; but to his
family, and it's a boy), and - the clearing of
stumps and logs from the pond at the' foot of
the village. .
The Smithfield Graded Schobl is . expected
to open Aug. 29th, with -E. 'Wood, • Princi
pal, and Miss Laura Geronld, Intermediate
teacher.• We have not learned who is to con.
duct the Primary department. •
Mr. Adana Kingsley, the old gentleman
who, almost miraculously escaped death by
being surprised and run over by the cars is
rapidly improving. His injuries are not so
bad as it rag at that supposed, no bones:were
broken and he will soon be around as usual.
This should be a warning to deaf people to
keep off railroad tracks. . • ' X.
July 31, 1881.
Ccelebs lit Bearek of a, Wife:-
As a number of the ladies of the Presby
terian congregation were engaged on Friday
last in the area way of the church, in arrang
ing the articles used the day previous at the
B,undav SchOol Pie-nic at Ellenberger's Trout
Ponds, a respectably dressed and well ap
pearing straugo gentleman 'appeared on the
scene and remained for some time a Aleut
but interested observer of their doings. His
loitering attracted the notice as well as the
curiosity of the ladies. Finally they came
to the conclusion That he weals:ter some of
the left-over goodies from the plc-nic, and
one of them Ventured to inquire of hiin if
there was anything he wanted. He answered
that "the thirig he wanted above all else in
this world was a wife." that "seeing a n em
ber of good looking ladies ,there he thought'
he would try to find a 'marriageable one to
his liking and ask her to become 'his wife.*
Though the ladies 'were all "good looking,"
as all Towanda ladies are, and several 'were
marriageable, .yet none of them then and
there volunteered to give him an encourag
ing answer, and he went away' disconsolate.
It was learned afterwards that the gentle
man resides but a few miles out of town, and
that he was iiireal sincere earnest in his de
sire to procure a wife. The joke of it was
.that butan hour previous he had consulted
an acquaintance in relation to his mammon=
ial wishes. and asked it he could not recom
mend him to a suitable ladytrho. would * be
willing to be a sharer ,in his joys and sor
rows. He gave him a glowing description of
his situation in life, saying • that he, was a
widower sixty years of age, his children
were grown and out of the way. he owned
good farm within excellent house upon it,
and thought . he could proVide a good home
for a good wife, and would -try to make her
happy.. lie exhibited good taste in looking
over the bevy of ladies he found there assem
bled, and probably judged rightly, that it he
could get a wife from among them he would
get k good one.
'We have not the name or address of the
gentleman, but if he will send it
,to us we'll
advertise his wants free of charge, and inlet
that it may not be long before he is able to
find a worthy lady who will commiserato'his
forlorn condition and say ",11arkis is.willing."
The Elmira _Advertises. of Monday, con
sine the following notice: .;
"The Rev. P. B. Everett, pastor of the bap
tist Church, Wellsburg, delivered a National
sermon at his church yesterday morning at
the regular church service, to a very large
audience of the citizens of the village and
He took for tho basis of his discourse the
recent attempt to assassinate General James
A.: Garfield, President or fifty millions of
people: His discourse was a very able one,
and one of the best we have heard on the
same subject. ie spoke of the early history
of the President. from his childhood up to
the present time, and it is to be regretted
that the discotirse cannot be given verbatim
to the readers- of the ADVERTISER. The se
lections , of music were in accordance with
the service, '"God Bless our' . Nation" and
"My Country ?Gs of Thee." N. X.
Mr. and 'Mrs. W. L. Carter, of Grand
Ledge, Mich., have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. C. Platt; and other relatives id tbis
The festival held in Odd.. Fellows' Hal
Wednesday evening, 27th inst.,for the bene
fit of the 141. E. Sunday School, was a success:
Net profits, $42.11. A large number partici
pated in the festivities, and all had a "boss'
We wonlay to the managers of the "P.
0; Depattment,' that in the future it will be
well for some of the ladies to have a share in
the letter-writing business, instead of two
fellows doing all, or nearly all.
Miss Wright, of Forkaville, is visiting her
sister, Mrs. A. L: Smith.
We learn that Weer, ?shin_ intends to
build him a new house soon. Also that S r D.
Sterigero will move the house ho now open
lilies, and will build'a.new one, on or near the
old foundation. • .
The IL. E. Church is contemplating buying
Amass Heverly had a stroke of paralysis,
Sunday, 24th inst., but is around again.
J. C: Fowler has -purchased a lot on Front
Miss ("rambler, of PitOdon, has boon visit
ng A. }fabler and family.
"When will the Borough finish building
heir walks?" is the finery of many.
Blanche Babcock, I who left here in March,
s teaching a four months' term of school
n Collamer, N. Y. PREUX CuEvazazu.
July 30, 1881.
FROM BEYOND THE CLOUDS
Being about to retire on Monday evening,
our attention was attracted heavenward by
the unusual appearance of a red flickering
lighter star, away to the south-eastward and
above the tree tops, in the direction of, Old
Point Lookout, a t MCCraneys,Rock, which is
about two miles away on the mountain top..
Being late in the evening all tees quiet.'
Suddenly there came a low rumbling sound
like a distant earthqUake; followed by a
h eavier shock that appeared to jar the fonn-_
dation of the old mountain, - But hark
there comes the shrill diatinct sound of a
Trunipel, and "Granny" says that "Gabrid
is come," but Mary says "it is, the angels." •
We listen.and sure .enough there is a multi-'
trade of them; then 'we catch the' sound of
notes and exclaimi. they are playing- the
"Sweet bye and bye 1."
On the front veranda, we are all attention;
oven baby .Lela in her night• clothes says
"hark 1" Then we listen and are favored
with several stirring 'pieces; by as we sup
pose, the boys comprising the .Carbttn Ron
Band, of which Hon. . J. Johnson is leader.
Many thanks from the Leßoy people for the
moonlight entertainment, apparently from
beyond the clouds, and hoping' soon to wit
ness a repetition. 4.. F. T.'
Leßoy, Monday evening, August 1, 1881
Eni:ron REPtraracalki:.-liince my last com
munication, there has not been in this town
of steady habits anything to . mar its peace
and guiet,ezcept the attempted robbery of the
Metropolitan Hardware, which happened on
Wednesday night of last week. While the
Knights were quietly taking , their Bret nap
after leaving their Lodge room the store was
broken into from the back side and a few
pocket knives, a wallet and a ,few other arti
cles taken. The money drawer was not mo
lested. J. P. Coburn's store Wag also visited.
by the would be robbers, as shown by the
finding of it chisel under one of the windows
and the marks on the blinds where they at
tempted to open it. Mack and tools that
were taken froin C. Eastman's shop were
found on the street. A' is 'thought - the
thieves took fright and left before they in
tended, securing but little of value. TWO of
the parties were seen when leaving, whether
identified or not we haio not learned.
Haying is nearly over and farmers are feel
ing quite satistied,baving Secured an abund
ant yield and in splendid condition.
Wages in haying and harvest have ranged
from $1.50 to $2 per day, and help scarce at
that. Pretty good for day laborers. ~
The corn crop has been somewhat neglect
ed, on account of the rush of work, but. is
now receiving attention, which is much
needed to forward its growth, it will be a
light crop at pest, much ground that was
planted having been sown, to buckwheat.
The light showers of last week kept buck
wheat from dying entirely and, yesterday a
refreshing shoWer made everything in gar
den and field fairly boom.. Potatoes early '
planted are very light, late planted are look
ing very welt though many fields need billing
ands good soaking - fitin is needed to wet
down to a depth that Will push them along.
Oats are looking very good though the dry
weather will lessen the yield somewhat.
Miss Enimit Brower, the elocutionist, is
home to remain a few weeks.
Miss Ella Frisbie, is home forla few weeks.
Mr. Geo. Howe and F. Frisbie are home
from college and have been rusticating in the
hay field, making them look quite' like far
mer's sons again, and-no doubt fitting them
for hard study when they return. -
Aug. 2, 1881.
Three years ago fit. Julian the great Cali
fornia trotter was unknown, the same may be
said of Kendall's Spavin Cure: Now both
have a• world wide reputation, why ? because
they both have merit, one as a great trotter,
the other as the most successful remedy ever
discovered to be used on man or beast./ See
At the regular monthly meeting . of the
Council held August lit. 1881. the following
members were present. W. G. AlgerThughss.
Ft;ost, Gordon, Holcomb, McCabe, Balms and
The minutes of the last meeting, read and
• Petitions were presented for the further
improvement of State street. - For' the re
moval of 81E1s from Main street betireen Pine
and Bridge streets and a petition from Mar-
tin Bennis for a small compensation for the
time lost by an accident which occurred to
him while laboring for the Borough. On this
petition Councilman Boloomb submitted the
Budded, That Martin Bennis be allowed
nineteen and eighty one hundredth dollars
in full for the claim specified in his petition,
to be applied upon a claim against him by
the Borough for support of libt daughter. .
. • Adopted.
The petition for the removal: of 81th from
Main street was then oclusioered.-
Councilman Gordon said, that the managers
of the Water Works, was responsible for the
nuisance complained of, that at all points
where water was taken across the gutters into
buildings the dirt was thrown loosely back
and a ridge left, thus creating a dam, and
preventing the water from running off, this
want of care was manifest in every part of the
Borough, water pipes wore bursting in all
directions and from the condition the streets
were left in, after the leaks were repaired, it
.seemed to him a waste of money to make any
`further effort to improve the streets of the
On motion the SeCretary was directed to
notify the Superintendent of the Water
Works to remedy the evil complained of in
the petition, awl to abate the nuisances
complained of in all parts Of the Borough.
Statements of bills approved and ordered
paid to wit: •
Expended on streets, 324 23
Police. ' • 82 00
Rent of county.prison, (Temporary) 5 00
Gas, 80 05
Council Booms improved, , 25 53
Old Lockp, 33 42
Pluming and repairirig in Brims res. 30 00
Fire Department, 42 07
Company sower on Park:street,- 9 05
Lumber,' 23 34
Auditing Boro., Schoo 4- l & Poor accounts 37 50
#tationery, • 4 25
Printing. I 1 25
Justice Codding cost, - 770
Miscellaneous, • 3 (14
POLICE EEPOIIT YOU TILE itONTII JULY 1881,
AB ESrZD .QID TRIED lIEEOBE . POZICE
JUSTICE JOHN A. CODDING
July 4, Michael Blake, by Geo. Bettor),
drunk and disorderly, fine $2 cost $1.70.
Atli 4, Wm. McMahon, by Geo. Britton,
drunk and rbaisting officer. flue $lO coat $1.70.
July 8, Henry Jellies, by Burns & Moffitt,
drunk and fighting, coat $1.70. Dbchargee.
July 8, Dennis Coleman, by Burns & Moffitt,
drunk and lighting, flue $3 coat $1.70. Com
July 14, John Halpin, by Geo. Britton,
drunk and troubleso4e, fine $3 coat $1.70..
- July 25, John - McliEshonk by Goo. Britton,
drunk and disorderly, flue)s cost $1.70.
July 28, Peter Farroll. b Geo. W. Moffitt,
drunk and fighting, fine $3 cost $1.70. Paid.
' July 28, Michael Rouse, by Geo. W. Moffitt,
drunk, fighting and striking officer, fine $5
cost $1.70. Paid.
July 29, John Fassett, by Chas. Diwock
drunk and disorderly, fine . $5 cost 51.70
Paid. Join: A. CODDING.
Tuw.tium, July 30, 1881.
In the excellent , report of the last annual
Summer Meeting of the Pennsylvania Editor-
DO Association, at Lo:lng Branch, the Printer's
Circular, of Philadelphia says: "Mr. John
Hocy threw wide open the gates of his bewail
fel park and the doors of his conservatories
to the editors and their' ladies. It would be
useless to undertake to give a description of
their magnificent grandeur in the space we
have. The piece of "carpet gardening,"
which was after the fashion of a Persian rug.
was the most beautiful arrangement of plants
we ever looked upon. kr. McKay, the gai
liner. informed us' that in that bed alone
The Model Girl's Mistake
An Ohio paper says a young lady 'who
graduated in a calico dress a few years ago is
now married to a railroad superintendent
who had an income of half a million it year.
This maybe taken as a basis for the regula
tion of graduating dress hereafter. Had she
worn alpaca oho might have done even bet
ter, and caught the general manager of the
toad. On the other band, bad she blossomed'
forth in white Swiss she might have captured
the President.of the concern, with his untold
millions; had she worn silk with point lace
and diamonds, she might have 'scooped in
the conductor of a passenger train, and had
onyx staircases and alabaster walls to. her
honse, and cut - the wives of the officers of the
'road as society, altogether too thin for her
style. This thing ought to be a lesson to
girl graduates and a warning to them to
patronize their 'tailors liberally.—Sunday
Foe TUE REPIII3LNAN.
Being impressed with the impot:tance to
the cease of Republicanism in Bradford
county, of making nominations for the several
county offices to be filled in November, that
are in all respects acceptable to the people,
I venture a few suggeitions on the subject.
I have for several years been a witness of the
peculiar methods practiced by a ring of party
leaders, or "bosses" they may' more properly
be termed, for controlling conventions and
nominating their own particular 'pets for of
fice and pushing aside every other aspirant.
Their schemes received a slight cheek in the
nominations made last year. But they have
rallied again and their political handicraft is
plainly to be seen in the attempt to place
James H. Webb, a life-long office-holder, in
the Register's office, and to . make •Heledn
Packard _the candidate for County Treasurer.
After two terms as Register, Mr. : Webb retir
ed from that office to receive four terms in
the Legislature, to the last one of which he
was only elected by the "skin of his teeth."
After he left the office of Register, and Gener
al. Madill was chosen thereto, Mr.l We bb with
other party bosees, became zealons advocates
of the "one term" principle !as applied to , the
incumbent of that office, and General Madill,
without notice of tbreir intention' to displace
him, was summarily cOmmanded to step down
and out, and Mr. Gladding ,was nominated.
Since that time the one terra principle has
retired, Mr. Gladding, Mr. Chubbuck and Mr:
Andrus at the expiration of ttieir
terms and will retire Mr. Frieffie,at the ex - 1
piration of his term. I . - - 1
Is it becoming or modest in Mr. Webb after
two terms. in that office, a zealous one-termer
since his retirement, t o pub himself forward
now - for a nomination fig a third term?
Should he succeed in getting in, will he not
ask to succeed himself term after term with
out limit? The general impression is that
he will, and therefore he should be "rejected
at our delegate elections and defeated of a
If any reason can bo truthfully urged - why
Keloon Packard, the other candidate set up
by the bosses, for county Treasurer should
bo .nominated, I • would like to hear them.
He is notoriously a corrupt trader in politics,
a trafficer delegates,' a corrupter of
primary ' elections, who it lis reported
offers his i3fluence for a con
sideration to any party that will purchase . it
at the polls If these are qualities that re
commend him to the Republicans of Brad
ford, then he should be nominated.'.--. But I
trust that a better order .of things wiff predail
to control nominations in out, approaching
convention. Retire the Mulhooleys of the
party to the ranks, and nominate a ticket
that will be acceptable to all elements 'of the
party. It is a bad year to load the ticket with
candidates who are not tally and entirely ac
ceptable to the party, and Bradford will not
roll up in old fashioned Republican majority,
'if such candididates are put upon it. But
make-a ticket that is in harmony with the
spirit and purposes of the administration. of
President Garfield, and we will show three
thousand majority for it. - The ticket
should not • bear the. name, of a defender
of the-nnit rale nor that of in apologist -of
Roscoe Conkling; It is time toyetire that
class of politicians to the rear and allow the
voice of the people to be heard. s
WEST FILLIMILIN, PA., Log. 1, 1881.
, . .. . ... . ,
1 . Barron l'lttrunreasr—Wltst'it ' , the use 1
Why work continually agairul your own in
tenet ? - While in piinciple lon rm.:l6k yet
if yon consult your v own interest only, you aro
damaging yourself. : I read yiur editorial of
several weeks since' in which4oriA indicated
plainly that if .nomination lof a certain
character were made you w ask the Re
-publicans of the county . to "d feat them at
the polls." What a sutedal lley I Why
advocate honesty in pollOc II wksgs it pays 00
much better to defend diahOneity and share
in its Milts. If you irouldonil remain quiet
and let "oorruption', - -rtn.italree course - -you
could have year full shire- of the party
patronage and be esteemed a valuable ally in
the ranks of the party rulers. The coulee
you have chosen brings you in conflict with
the managers who make nominations, there
fore, no matter bow much service you may
do in achieving success for the ticket, your
sin of hiving opposid the Menhirs of the .
Cameron in the State, and their lieutenants
hero is charged up against you and you are
proscribed by the men they succeed in nomi
nating for office. I have the right to infer
,'that your editorial referred to . was aimed at
Keleon Packard. Now what is the use intop
prosing him, bad as he ii? Monroe is' for
him, and Webb wants him nominated, then •
why oppose him and cut yourself off from She
[ patronage he may,bestow, if elected?
you see your own interest? But you say
there is 'something more in politics than the
mere question of spoils. I admit that. This
then it is the thieves who fatten, and it paye
better to be able to buy and sell bonds and
own bank stoclt oven if gotten at the seed-,
'lce of one's political integrity, than to be al
-ways pleading for honesty and be under the
ban of ostracism' nd be poor. - 1 am aware
that this - Lind of advice is spent upon you for
naught. You will pursue your chosen course
of pleading for justice and integrity in poll
tics. Men will pat you on the back and say
you are right go ahead, but whew it comes to
a question of sustaining "'you, tirey -will go.
over to your opposers and leave you to fight
the battle alone. Strange - you cant play
Packard and Monroe and make some money
out of politics. .
1 Tow.ms, Pa., Aug. 2d, 1881.
Written on the death of Esther Ilcirton wbo
did in Sheshequin March 24th 1880, iu the
ninety Second year of her age. .
We gather at onr home once more -,
Th'o gilet has settled here,
To pay the solemn sacred rights
Unto oar mother dear. .
J. Kisosnu Bec'y,
Efill.Es OF PO)
That feeble voice and tottering step -
"No more on earth we'll hear,
The old armchair stands vacant now
No mother's form is here. .
Tho' time bad left its traces deep
Upon that marble brow,
Yet every line became more dear
0 could we see theni now.
Her knitting work is laid mide
A crown•she now puts on, •
For she is numbered with the blessed
In that angeliO throng.
May we resign ourselves like she
And in her words exclaim.
The Lord be gives he takes away
And blessed be his name..
Her faith in dens was so firm
And in his easing grace.
She had no tear when she waft called
To meet Ilia shining face.
Her trials now they aro all o'er
She has passed beneath the rod,
And safely landed on that shore,
Her home is now with God.
Still we will hold her-meinory dear
While here on earth we stay,
And trust that we may meet with her
In that eternal day. I. J. II
STEAM THRESHER-TEN HORSE
• This steam power mounted on wheels is
portable and may be easily hauled with a
team to any desired point. It is adapted to
the propulsion of Tun I,ESIIENG MacutstEs,
wood sawing, feed cu tters, portable saw
mills, or any other light machinery. It is of
simple construction, durable and easily
managed. Manufactured by Charles Periigo
Co., Groton, Tompkins County. N. Y.
0. W. HOLGOzw,
..Tuly . 2l-w -
Enfron REPUBLICA2C—The Fall term of the
home Graded School will begin Aug. 29,
1881. C. F.i Beverly h been secured as
teacher of the Ist Grade, his well known
abilitylis teacher, Kat his experience with
Supt. 'Ryan in examinations, give him a
knowldibie of the wants of teachers and par
pili, andialso ability to meet their require
ments. '• A competent teacher will be in
charge of the 2d grade. The Di rectors wll
do all in their_ power to make this School
first-class, in all respects. Those desiring to
teach will find it to their advantage to attend
this school. A-Normal class will be formed for
the benefit of teachers. Oates of tuitions as
low as possible. Yours truly,
_A. P. Yotia,. Sec'y
July 21. Sw.
Tompkins County Junior RUM, Dump
tirst•olass rake, and warranted, for t 22.00
will deliver at luiy Railroad Station in Brad=
ford County. ' R. M. Niritta.r.s.
Having concluded to go oat of the grocery
bash:Use, I- offer my Stock and fixtures for.
eale,and the store to rent. L
Bridge Street below Main.
TOWANDA, Jane 28, 1881--tf
Good Words from Druggists.
"Malt Bitters are the best 'bitters.'"
"They promote sleep and, allay nervous
"Bait Liver and Kidney medicine we sell."
"They knoick the 'Chills' every time." '
"Consumptive people gain flesh on them."
"Malt Bitters have no 'rivals in this town:
"Best thing for nursing mothers we have."
"We like to recommend Malt Bitters."
Jun© 30-1 m
There is but very small proportion Of the
women of this nation that d 3 not suffer from
some of the diseases for which Kidney-Wort
is specific. When the bowels have become
costive, headache torments, kltneys out of
fix, or piles 'distress, take ' s package, and its
wonderful tonic and renovating power will
cure you and give new life.-141c/immi.
PLiravram, Caton Co., N. J
I can recommend Dr. Clark Johnson's In
dian Blood Syrup as* rankle family medi
cine—all .it is recommended to be. The
afflicted should give it a trial. _
Why an object of
_loathing 'and disgust:to
yourself and society from catarrh, when Elan
iord's Radical Care. externally and internally
administered, will cure every symptom of the
disease. Every package is a complete treat
ment. Only El. _ Jane 80-1 m
Ely's Cream Baltn.Co., Owego, N. Y.—Please
send us at once two gross Ely's Cream Balm.
We take pleasure in; Congratulating yon", on
the success you are wog with the ,Tream
Balm" Catarrh and Ha Fever cure. , Its sale
is steadily increasing th wonderful rapidity
as yon can see by our frequent orders. It is
evidently an . article of great merit. Vary
truly, 3onicsoa., Homowar & Co., 602 Arch et.,
Philadelphia. -March 19,1881.
It is no exaggeration ;td say. that Ely's
Cream Balm is a cure for Catarrh, Hay Fever,
de., for many cures have among my custom
ers. Cream, Bairn should be resorted to by
everyone thus afflicted. With me no other
remedy has ever equaled the Balm either in
good results or Wes. A. J. OD=WELDEIL,
Drugggist, Easton, Pa. Oct. 2, 1881. Price
50 cents. July 28-2 w..
—L. B. Rogers hasl — Argo stock of Bash,
Doors and Blinds, ill* Moldings, and is
selling cheaper than any other establishment
—Mrs. E. J. Mingo. has returned from the
city .with all the spring styles in Hats, Bon
nets, also a full line of zephyrs. apl 1
—G. L. Boss can sell Groceries very cheap
because his expenses are veky light. His
customers shall have the benefit by buying at
the First Ward Store,
the latest styles in Ladies Hats, and
other fancy goods for - the' ladies at Mrs. E. L.
Mingos' fashionable MilLnery store, Main
street, opposite the Park.
—Choice hams at 0. M. Myer's market,
Bridge Street. May 19-ti.
-Fresh lake fish and silt water fish at
C. M. layer's market, Bridge street.
—l.lO charge for ;_ delivering, and done
Promptly from C. U. Myer's market, Bridge
street. • 2 May 19-tt
—Go to G.M.- Myer's market, Bridge street,
for-the best cuts of fresh 'seat. May 19-tf
—Mrs. E. I. Miugos has 11 the latest styles
in Millinery and Fancy floods.; apl 1
I will sell these spread!
wholesale prices for salto
warrant them in. every
months to come.
TowAyDA, July 13.
. I want it distinctly nude'
Removed from Bridge titre,
to rooms over Turner it rd on's drug store
and Woodford k Vandorn a boot and shoe
shire where I will keep on hand all kinds o
COFFINS AND CAIIILETN_ froM the best to
the cheapest. Any one in need of any thing
in my line give me a caU.
have no connection With anyof Mr.
The close confinement of all factory work,
gives the operatives pad faces, .poor appe
tite, languid, miserable feelings. poor blood,
inactive liver, kidneys and =nary troubles,
and all the physicians and medicine iu the
world cannot help them unless they got ont
of doers or use Hop Bitters, the purest and
best remedy, especially for such cases, hiving
abundance of health. sunshine and rosy
cheeks in them. They cost beta hide. Bee
&nether column.--Christiad - Recorder.
July 28-2 W.
We take great pleasure Jae calling' the at
tention of our friends and customers to Dr.
Bosanko's Cough. and Lung Syrup which is
perfectly harmless, pleasant to the taste, will
not nauseate, and gives relief almost instant
ly. It matters not how severe your Cough
may be, how many coukh medicines you have
tried, or how many physicians you have, con
sulted, the tonic, soothing and healing pro
perties of this medicine will loosen it and as
sist-the Throat and Lungs to expel the offend
ing matter. leaving them in a healthy con
dition, free from irritation. and the sir pas
sages clear, besides ' invigorating and
strengthening the general system. Price 50
cents. For the positive cure of Consump
tion, Coughs, Colt* Asthma, Bronchitis; Dry
Racking Cough, Loss of Voice, Irritation , of
the Throat, Soreness of the Chest, Pains in
the Lungi, Spitting of. Blood, Croup; Influ
enza, Whooping Cough, and Lung Fever, we
recommend this medicine above all others.
Yours truly; Cull= B. Emma,
Jcino 2-Iy. B. End Ward Homo Block
-A nth lents Problem Solved.-
Ambition, r competition and over.eurtion
use up the vital powers of men and women,
so that a desire for stimulants seems to be a:
natural 'hitguiti passion, and drunkenness
prevails on account of this necessity for .bod-
Hy and mental invigoration. Parker's Gin
ger. Tonic fairly solves the difficult problem,
and has brought health and happiness int o
many desolate,homee. It does not tear down
an already debilitated system, but builds it
up without intelicating.—Enquirer. See
other column. - June 30-Im.
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of
weight in the back, loins And lower part of
the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose
he has some affection of the kidneys or
neighboring organk. At times symptoms of
indigestion are present as flatulency, uneasi
ness of the stomach, etc. - A. moisture like
perspiration, producing a very disagreeable
itching, Particularly at night after getting
wahn in bed. is a Very -common attendant.
Inim!, External and Itching Piles yield at
on e 'en the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile
.Be edy, 'which acts directly upon the parts
affected absorbing the Tumors, allaying the
intense' Itching, and affecting a permanent
cure where all other remedi have failed.
Do not delay until the drain Oh the system
produces permanent disability, but try it
and be cured. Price, 50 cents. Ask your
druggist for , it, and when you cannot obtain
it ofhim, we will send it, prepaid, on recipt
of price. Address The Dr. Bosanko Medicine
Co.. Piqua, Ohio. Bold by Clark B. Porter,
S. End.of Ward House Block.
-Jukie . 271 yr.
"Yid not to misfortune." Give Ely's
Creain Balm a thorough trial if you would be
cured of Catarrh, Hay Fever, Catarrhal Deaf
ness, or quickly relieved of colds in the head.
Cream Balm effectually cleanses the nasal
passages of catarrhal virus, causing healthy
secretions, allays intlamrnatien and irritation,
protects the membranal linings of the , head
from additional colds, completely heals the
sores and , restores Ue. sense or taste and
smell. Beneficial restate ar&realized by a
few applicatifins. • A thorougll treatment as
directed will cure Catarrh, Hay Fever, ac.
The Balm is easy to use and agreeable. Sold
by druggists at 50 cents. On receipt of 50
cents will mail a package., Send for circular
with full information.
ELT's Car.am BALM Co., Owego., N. Y.
For sale in Towanda, by C. T. Kirby, C.
Porter, Turner & Gordon, H. C, Porter. ....
In the `first symptoms of this disease when
you are aching and having painful sensations
in it ha limha nryin Agana trnrn hod in Cibo
morning, a stiffness in 'the joints accompa
nied at times• by swelling and redness, all
physicians recommend the application of an
external remedy, something penetrating and
soothing; an article that will act as a cura
tive agent to the :parts affected. Dr. Bosan
ko's Rheumatic Cure gives instant relief up
on the first application.. In lame back, pains
or strains it is an invaluable household reme
dy. Ask your druggist for.it. Price 75 cents.
Manufactured by The Bosanko Medicine
Company, Piqua, O. For sale by Clark B.
Porter, 8. End Ward House Block.
General Des,lives fn RROCERIEB AND PRODUCE,
Corner of Kiln and Pine Streets,
TowaiDA. PA.. - 1
PAlfrsal' Skis. a.
Flour per barrel - „ 45;4007 50
Flour per sack ' ' ' • 1 1 5001 95
Buckwheat Flour, Vi 100—$1 GO
Corn Meal 1 40
Chop Feed . 140
Wheat, *bushel 1 0001 10
Rye, 7 , 5
Buckwheat, 0 €p 45
Oats, ..a 0 , 400 •
Beins, 0 • 1 5001 G 4
Potatoes, ?. 0 70
Apples Green; ? bushel:.- • .
Apples Dried, 14 1b.....,. •
Peaches ° 0
Raspberries Dried' lb.. •18
Black berries " " ... • 9
Pork„l% barrel 20 00@22 00
Hams, 'ft lb - • • 14
Lard, 4 . 110 12 14
Butter, in Tubs a Firkins. 18020
Butter, in Rolls 16018 •
Eggs 14 •
Clover Seed ilk bushel • 5 0006 50
Timothy seed 14 bushel.. 3 15(13 25
Beeswax, '44 ili • 20@22
Syracuse Salt. VI barrel... - 1 40
Michigan Salt 0 ..; 140
Ashton Salt 0 ... 2 7503 00
Onions, VI bushel - 150 . 1 ,
DEHATEN & TOWNSEND,
No. 40 South WA St.
Stock bought & soM either for Cub or on Margin
11Es.11. S. Scwicx.
11. R. aWsllBBl
Currency, 6's. .. .... ... 130
w. — 3l
.. 6'5,1881 , new:B: l 6:4Lp 101X' X
•• 4X, DOW
~ 4 ... . 116 u
Pennsylvania R. B " 63% ''
Philadelphia and Reading R. 8.... 20 hi
Lehigh Valley R. R 614 %
Lehigh Coal and Navigation C 0.... 453 x
United N J R a and - Coal Co ..... .. 195 198
Northern Central R B Co. 533; 04
Hestonville Pass R It Co 224 5 '
Pittsburgh, Tit, at Bluff, R B C 0... 22 34
Central Transportation Co 42 . x
Northern Pacific, Com ' 3 94 X
" Pref'd 773 _ X
Northern Pennsylvania R It - 60 34
Its. Co of North America • J.... 22X 24
Farm Wagon. at
f intrlduedon, and
expect, for.. three
stood that I have
:t kainituro Store
GO out boars.
Corrected every Wednesday;
STEVENS t . c LONG. i;
PHILA. STOCK MARKET.
CORRECTED ILVIET WEDUIDAY.
MARTIN.—At the residence of her daughter
Mrs. Erastus Smith, in Towanda, July 28,
1881., Mrs. Coatelia Martin. aged 77 years,
widow of the late Hon. T.S.Miutin, of Olean,
N. Y. The remains were taken to Olean, N.
Y.. her former home, for burial,
ARKANSAS AND LOUISIANA
he'll/Md. genial 'Climate: an exceedingly
productive soil, where, with common industry
and prudence, a sure and certain competence cap
The. South-Western Immigration Co.
Will mail, on application. free of coot, postage
pro-paid, books with maps, giving authentic and
reliable information, In detail, of the State of
Tens, Arkansas, or Western Louisiana. We
desire to confer with.thOse winking to better
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J. N. VIOTOIt, Eastern Manager,
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Foreign oface:—WM. W. LANG, President,
• Leadenbill St, London, E. C., Englaziq.
Aug. 4,2 w,
BR, H. C. FORMS
OLD ESTABLISHED RUC STORE
a AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Corn Main and Pine Sta. Tovirandas
SPRING ; AND SUMMER
Gentile Furnishing Goods,
• HATS AND CAPS AT
M. K ROSENFIELD'S
• Now proposes to knock the bottom out of high prices; and for the next !JO da -
will offer his immense stook of Spring Ready-Made Clothing for
MEN, BOYS &CHILDREN'S WEAR
. /IT FIFTEEN PER CENT LOWER
Than the gOods can be bought in any other house in the county, and every one
whether they need clothing or not, should'not miss this great opportunity,
as it will pay you to buy for the coming season of
DEIE. E. ROSEDIFIELM.
1 now feel confident of success in this line as I am turning out daily the hand
someet and best finished garments in town. Don't forget the Place.
Cliki•ts EARLY AND SECURE BARGAINS.
Towanda. Mach 7,1879. M. E. ROSENFIELD.
0-1 E INT IEXt. ALA
SOld in Towanda and
FLEXIBLE :SPRING GEAR
A.D.DYE & CO.
an MAIN ST., TOWANDA.
R;l_') -4 6A 4 40i1P:T:j
feb 264 m
DR. JONEEVCREAM CAMPHOR
Id THE NAME OF the popular Liniment
that cures Rheumatism, Neur4gia; Swollen or
Stiffened Joints, Frost Bites. pain in the Face.
Head or Spine. Chapped bands, liruisea,Spraine,
Buena. Mosquioto Bites, Sting or Bite of an in
sect. Polahn from common Poison Vines. etc.,
for man or theist. Alwayw o reliable, and almost
instantaneous In its rellef.4 Having an agreeable
- odor, it is pleasant to apply. Bold by ali drug.
gists. Price 25 cents.
N. B.—This Liniment received a Prize Medal a
the State Fair.lB79. May 20 ly.
to POTATO BUGS
A 1 1% 11 lr 11
... .4 •
Main Street, First Ward.
JOHN W. KLINE,
Hi:VMG REMOVED HIS
MEAT & VEGETABLE
o a more convenient location, and established
himself in the Carroll Block, opposite Beely's
Hotel, is prepared to supply ids patrons with
THE4CHOICEST OF MEATS,
FISH, OYSTERS IN THEIR SEASON,
DOMESTIC FRUIT, &c., Ac
sirBoLOGNA SAUSAGE a apectalty. All or.
dere promptly deliVerod.
KENDALL'S SPAWN CURE
As surer by curs opsytus, inutuss.
b, Ac, It removes all unnatural
enlargements, DOTS ROT ELTITICIL
„ Has no equal for any haleness on
beast or man. It has cured hip•joint
• \ lameness in a person who had suf
. fered 15 years. Also cured rheuma
tism. corns, frost-bites or auy
bruises, cut or lameness, It bas no equal for
any blemish on horses. Send for illustrated
cir War giving posrrivs moor. Price $l, ALL
DRUGGISTS have it or can get it for you. Dr. . B.J
Kendall & Co., Proprietors, Enosburgh
ennont. H. C. Pons's.% Agent, Towanda. Pa.
The undersigned bal erranged hie mill for menu.
HIGHEST GRADE. OF
New Process Vlour
Ile has *MK) greatly improved- the Common
Standard, Family and sample 11101121; their.
quality will not be second to any manufactured
at any milling establishment in the country.
He uses, no Drugs In nudrhig the
NEW PROCESS FLOUR.
Sold at wholesale and retail at hie Elonr"Store
Flouring for customers on 'the New Process
NJ. LONG, TROY, PA.
NEW FIRM 1 NEW STORE
NEW MOOS I
(Formerly with Hendehm-iii,)
IN PA'T TON'S BLOCK,
With Swaits iSz Gorden's Store;
Main Street, Towanda, Pa.,
Where he keeps a FTI,LL ABBO4,3IENT or
Gold & Silver Watches
SWISS AND AMERICAN;
CLOCKS,, =-- JEWELRY,
Stock 12611 NEW and of the FINEST
QUALITY. Call and see for yonnelL
REPAIRING DONE PROMPTLY.
lENGEAVDIG A SPECIALTY
R. JONES' OREA.M CAMPHOR, IS THE
NAME of the popular Linament that cures
Bbeuinatiam, Neuralgia, Swollen or Stiffened
Joints, Frost Bites. Pain in the Face, Head or
Spine, Chopped Hands, Bruises, Sprains, Burns.
Mosquito Bites, Sting or Bite' of an insect,
Poison - Vines, etc., for Man or Beast
Always • reliable,- • and almost 'instantan
eous in its relief. Having an agreeable odor it
is pleasant to. apply. Sold by all druggists.
Price 25 as..
N. )3.—Thii Mamma received Prize Medal
al the State /air, 1879. '
MIA JONES, Proles, 319 N. 3d St.., Phila.. Pa.
Jan. 13, 11-m.
HAS OPENED A
OF 818 OWN'
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM.
LYDIA E. PINKHAIIII'S
VEGETAIMII C• I• .. • •
The Positive Care
For all Female Complaints.
This a its time signinsm ameba of
y: yropertia that are harmless to tbe most del
scam in Upon one trial the merits of tots Co..
pound be recap:dm% serener is ismodrate 1 sal
obis is continued, In ninety nine mare in a lam.
dad, a pertument curets effectod,as thousands 1,111 tie.
tify:' On account of ila proven merits, it to4ay re
oonunendal and prescribed by the hest pbatchma In
the country. _
It will are entirely the • word form of falUag
of • the uterus, lencorrbora, irregular and - painful
ifectetardlon, al OvarianTroubbm Inflemmakei and
tilasstlon„ flood ail Displacement and the ans..
saquent spinal weakness, and is especially adapted .ps
the Cbareps of Life. It win dlssolve and repel tumors
from the Merman an early stare of development. The
tendency to cancerous humors there is 'baked. yrs.,
speedily by Its sae.
In fact it has proved to be the Meet.
ad and . beet remedy that has ever been discover.
al. It permeates every pathos of the ratan, sad ease
new We and vigor. It removes fahrbsemilatulancy, dr
itroys alarming for stimulants, and aliens evaltassis
of the stomach
It carte Illenttag. liewlaehee, Nervous Praltrallon„
General Debility, Sleepleeenees, Depremion and ilia
gallon. Thai feeling ot bearing down. moming pain,
weight and backache, is always permanently mend by
its are. It will at all timer. and ender all etrenmeten.
act In harmony with the law that grewerse
female system - -
For Kidney Complaints of eltliet its this soli:monad
Lydia E. Pinkham's . Vegetable Compound
preparedea =and 1:35 Western Avenue, Lynn, Newt
Prest 1f..00. SP bottles foi WW Sera by mall to the
form of pills, also in the form of Lasenees, c rwestpli
of price, WC, per box, for dater. to. 11:111:1W1
freely answers all letters of .Inquiry. - Bead for pow
phlet. Address se above Neatlalt this paper.
So fandly sbotiki be without LYDIA L PININAX'
uvzs. pima. They cure Constipate*, lielosisrue,
sod Terpldtty of the Liver. 25 *waxer -
WE. KEEP IN STOCK
EVERY QUALITY OF
AND WILL - DO ALL KINDS 07
AT SHORT NOTICE.
A SPLENDID LINE OF
WHICH WILL .BR
PRINTED - IN,THE BEST STYLE
AT REASONABLE RATES.
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POPULAR CORNER !
. GEO. I;.,ROSS
Hu filled up the old MONTANYE STORE wit(
a fall and complete stock of PRISU r
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
C l here for your Groceries. After yoa'fret
prim. at Rosa' it will be of o use to try else
where for his prices are down n to rock bottom.
Future elm get the tiptop of th e market a:
Geo. L. Rosa Weds of Produce taken In es
slangs for go ods . or for cult.