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A Country Girl's Luck.
- Lottie Maloney - a - young girl of
Smyrna, Del. who came to Philadel
phia a couple of years ago, has secured
by a change of name a protector and a
fortune of $3,000,000, and in a week or
two she Will revisit her parents, who
have hitherto been in very straightened
circumstances, to - gratify them with a
a share of her prosperity. : The story i
a romantic one, but not of the stero
typed kind. Adoption, not matrimony
figures in the plot, and the hero ha
reached the age of four-score years.
He is Dr. Jo& M. Leon, of West
PhiladelphM, one of the oldest and a
highly regarded physicians of that city.
The young woman's father, Thomas
Maloney, wit; for years a farmer close
by Smyrna, but despite his industry
and fragility. fortune did not smile up--
on him or his family. Two years ago
Lottie then about twenty yeari old,
concluded to lessen her parents, bur
den by finding employment for herself.
She betook herself to the city, and
finding no better opening went into
service as a domestic. The work was
hard bat she went through it patiently,
though the healthy tint of her rural
life began gradually to fade from her
cheeks. One day, not long after her
arrival at Phfiadelphia, she had a few
- hours to spare, and went to Fairmount
Part to enjoy the pare air and refresh
ing scenery., It so happened that Dr.
LeoU was at the park on a similar errand:
Ale was attracted alike by the ingenuous-
VW alatll/CEMiIIPU ut
the young girls appearance. Inquiry
justified the opinion he had formed of
her, and he at once obtained an easier
situation for ber at the house of a friend.
Two or three months of trial still de:
velapinglint what was in her favor, he
took her to his home as house-keeper
in place of a person who abased his
trust, and recently by process -of law,
adopted her as his daughter, under the
name of Lottie Josephine Leon. He
now proposes bequeathing to her a
large portion of his estate. his nearest
brood being nephews. Miss Leon is a
girl of preposessing appearance, simple
and kindly maners, and is esteemed by
all who know her for her excellent
qualities of heart
WHAT BO= OF vs DEINH—Soda wa
ter is one of the great moral beverages
that people indulge in pretty generally
in summer time to assuage their thirst,
and nothing is more harmless if the gases
with which - the fountains are charged
arfa thoroughly washed of all traces of
sulphuric acid, which is the agent used
to free the carbonic acid from its corn
biintion witn lime in the process of
carbonating the water. The popular
flavors with those who drink the favor
ite summer beverages are vanilla, lemon
ginger and sarsaparilla, in about the or
der named. Ginger is partaken of
freely on extremely hot days, and peo
ple who have indulged in watermelons
or other summer fruits, are apt to ask
for an addition of a few drops of the
extract of Jamaica ginger to the syrup.
Vanilla is usually dr.ink with cream, as
are also strawberry, sherbert and rasp
berry flavors. The three latter flavors
are preferred by children, Mainly on
account of their bright color. The
lemon syrup does not as readily com
bine with cream, as a great quantity of
citric acrd is used in the toning up of
the lemon syrup than that of any other.
citzi . ...t4 1..1 a Lazuslcaa uature, us
it is made direct from lemons. It is
used more or less in the Compound-
sog of most of the syrups in the soda
water business. Young ladies have
penchant for chocolate, nectar, and
other fancy flowers in their soda water
drinking,, and piefer the coelinng
draught made a little sweeter than that
ordered by the opposite sex. The soda
water business is very good at present.
Witd due respect to the preference of
many to cobblers. juleps, smashes and
the seductive lager during the • heated
term, there is no doubt bit that a glass
of cold soda water drawn iii an /artistic
manner from a clean and well managed
fountain, is vastly more bendicial to
the system, and will go further in as
suaging one's thirst.
Trio Two HAtarms.—This, then, is
the story of the two Hamlets. Shakes
peare in 1599-1600 wrote . ] his great
tragedy, founding it upon the plot of
an old play known as 'The Revenge of
Hamlet, Prince of Deumark,' which
itself was founded on an old story told
by Saxo Grammaticus. Shakespeare's
play, produdeil in 1600. made such an
_impression upon gentle and simple,
. _ upon the highly educated classes as well
as upon the public in general, that it
was acted-not only at London, but at
Oxford and Cambridge and elsewhere.
There was an eager desire to road
but, according to the customs of
the day, : the text • was jealously
guarded by its theatrical proprietors.
Under these eircumstances a practical
printer named James Roberts set him
self to get for, publication a copy of this
wonderful play, which all the world
was going to and talking of;' and natur
ally applying to the minor actors in
Shakespeare's company, he succeeded
in corrupting the man who played
Voltiutand, and induced him to tinder
_ take to get a copy. He, however, was
able to get only fragments, great and
smell.. Some parts of the play he
gave frOm memory; some he got by
surreptiOns examination of the stage
copy acid of actors' parts;„ and all this
being Still not,. enough, James Roberts
had some of the play taken down' in
short-hand during the performance,
which was very lamely done.. Some
passages were taken from the old play,
which haethe mire: plot. The mass
of heterogeneous stuff, some of it just
what the author wrote, but the greater
part of it what no dramatist ever wrote,
was pieced and patched together, and
hurriedly published to the horror of
William Shakespeare, and so much : to
the injury of the tragedy, as it was
_thought, that a 'true and perfect copy,'
- containing much that never was heard
_on Shakspeare's stage, was immediately
'sent to the publisher, who soon issued
it cured and perfect of its limbs and
absolute in its members, it had been
conceived by its great creator.—Rich-
I and Grant White in the, Atlantic.
Tan I drive him, do you think
Mr. Slowboy 'timidly asked the livery
man, as he climbed into the buggy and
handed the reins with some misgiving.
'Land, yes;' said the hostler, with
hearty encouragement; 'anybody can
drive him; but,' he added, as the horse
went dciwa the strCet like a rocket,
climbed over a hay wagon, shook Mr.
Slowboy into the Mississippi river and
left the buggy hanging on the arm of a
lamp post, 'it takes a railroad train to
keep up with
Arthur and the South.
• Some of Senator Mahone's Virginia
friends who are in Washington say
that President Arthur has given the
Senator assurance that the &adjuster
movement in Virginia, so far as it re
resents progress and a tendettoy to
break cup the rigid Democracy of the
State, receives his entire approval.
Senator Mahone had frequent conver
sations with the President before the
Senate adjourned. •
General Arthur was then very anxious
to obtain all the information possible
regarding the political situation in the
South, and was especially iiiterested
anything that could be said respecting
the growth of the industries and the
impulse which is spreading throughout
the Southern States to develop their
immense resources. Senator Mahone
recently told a friend in Washington
that President Arthur's policy regard
ing the South will be as favorable a
one to that section as that of. General
Garfield, and finit the President desires,
aliove ail things, to see a thoroughly
national spirit throughout the Southern
States, such as was evidenced at -the
time of General Garfield's death. If,
during his' administration, the South
should cease to be spoken as aa a party
section, but merely as a geographical
section of the country, like the East or
the West or the North, the President
will be gratified. if his administration
should make no remarkable success in
any other direction.
Tits HEART OF TUE. Sotrrn.—The
Augusta, Ga.; Chronicle and Constitu
tion of Tuesday, •bad the following:
'With anguish we announce that the
worst fears have been confirmed, .and
James A. Garfield, ?resident of the
Unitedlitatea, is dead. By the hand of
a fanatic of the most disrepntable sur
roundings, whom it would be a stretch
of charity to call a madman, this great
and good' President, this fond husband,
this loving father. this • noble - gentleman
has been slain. Strange that bullets of
brave foeman should have, in fair fight,
spared him for such a fate. Bad.' in
deed, is it, that such a, glorious being
so useful; so powerful; so manly, so
excellent, should become the victim of
a vile reptile. We bow to tho-dispensa
lions of God and question them not.
To Him we leave the vindication and the
ends of justice. The heart of' the South
bleeds for the stricken mother and wife
and children of the President. Upon
his dead body we lay an immortelle, a
wreath of the truest sorrowand regret.
Innocent of the murder of Lincoln, the
South .suflered long years of persecution
for another ex ime. Innocent of the
assassination of Garfield, the South,
fearless of theluture and forgetful of
the past, stands. tearfully beside the
relics of the Pressdent, and prays that
his storm-tossed spirit shall have the
rest of the righteous and a sanctuary
in the . eternal Heaven where, lidle3 to
slumber, grief forgets to_monrn.'
GENEnAL Arrrhun is the first Presi
dent who entered' nqon the duties of
the office elsewhere,than at the seat of
government, but there was a Vice
President who took • the oath of office
in a foreign land. Hon. Wm. R. King,
of Alabama, was dented Vice Presi
dent in 1852 on the ticket with Presi
dent Pierce. He was in feeble health,'
and early ih January, 1853, his physi
cian° adoriecd him to 5T to Cube'.
Congress passed a special act under
which he took the oath of idtc'e • before
the Consul-General 1 at Havanna,
March 4, 1353, He died soon after
returning to his home.
FATTENING POULTRY. —NO foul over
two years .old should be kept in the
poultry -yard, except for some specia
reason. An extra good mother, or a
finely feathered bird that is desirable as
a breeder, may be , preserved until ten
years old with advantage, or at least so
long as she is, serviceable. But ordi
nary fowls should be fattened
end of the -second year ' for market.e
When there is a room.-or shod that can
be closed, the fowls : may be confined
there; Thd floor should he -covered
with two or three inches of fine sawdust,
dry earth, sifted coal ashes, or clean
sand. The food should be given
four times a day: and clean .wa
ter be always before the fowls.
A4ozen or more fowls may be put at
once in this apartment, so that there
may not be too many ready to sell at
one time. The best food for rapid fat
ting, for producing well-flavored flesh
and rich fat, is buckwheat meal, mixed
with swedtskimmed milk, into a thick
mush. A teaspoonful of salt should be
stirred in the food foi a dozen fowls;
Two weeks feeding is suffident to fatten
the fowls, when they sliould be shipped
for sale without delay, and another lot
put up for feeding. If the shed is kept
dark and cool, as it should be, the
fowls willfatten all the quicker for it.—
Fogg put his foot into it bodily when
he was introduced to Mrs. Smith and
her : daughter. He wished to say some
thing neat and gallant. Addressing
the daughter,' said . he: 'Really, madam,
I' never should have suspected that lady
was your daughter. I supposed of
course' that you were sisters; I did, I
assure you.' 'Thank you; Mr. Fogg,'
replied Miss Smith, You 'were per
fectly right,in thinking that rady could
not be my daughter. She is my
mother, sir.' Fogg went off in a hurry,
calling somebody or P other a confound
ed fool, while Miss Smith was heard to
remark, indignantly: 'Sisters, indeed!'
It is stated in the English papers
that "a prominent member of the
Irish Revolutionary Party" has been in
the State of Illinois collecting Colorado
beetles, intended for exporation to
England, where they are to be let loose
for the , purpose of preying upon En
glish crops. Instructions have accor
dingly been issued to the Customs
officials at the British ports directing
them to be vigilant in preventing the
introduction of the beetle.
Piles are frequently preceded by i 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 organs: At times symptoms
indigestion are present is flatulency, uneasi
ness of the stomach, etc. A moisture like
perspiration, producing a very disagreeable
itching, particularly at night after getting
warm in bed is a very . common attendant.
Internal. External and Itching Piles yield at
011C13 on the applidation of Dr. Bosanko's Pile
Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts
affected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying the
intense Itching, and affecting it permanent
cure where all other remedies have failed.
Do not delay until the drain on the system
produces permanent disability, but try it
and be cured. Price, SO rents. Ask your
druggist for it, and when you cannot obtain
it of him, we will send it, prepaid, on recipt
oflprice. Address The Dr. B os anko Medicine
Co.. Piqua, Ohio. Sold by Clark B. Porter,
8. - End of Ward aOll/36 Block.
A T 1
FECT STRENOTHENER.A SURE REVIVER.
IRON BITTERS are highly , reamunonded for alt diseases re
gal ring a certain and efficient tonic; especially hdigestiew,Loyepqmie, Ma
mitiatt Fevers, Wane Ametite,Lose of &Rapid, Lack of Risers% de. Enriches
the blood, strengthens the muscles, and gives new life to the nerves. They act
likO a charm on the digestive organs, I=s:dyspeptic symktems, such
as Muting the Food, Belch*, Heat is the :rathaw, tie. The only
Iron Preparation that will not blae en the teeth or give
headache. Sold by ts.: Write for the AB 0 Boot, 32 pp. of
useful and amusing reading—sent fres.
BROWN I 'A , t * CO., Baltimore, NA
THE POPULAR :CORNER
Has filled up the old MONTANYE STORE with
a full and complete stook of FRESH
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
PRIDES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
11 here for your Groceries.. After on get
prices at Ross' it will be of no nse to try else.
where for his prices are down to rock bottom.
Farmers can get the tip-top of the market a:
Geo. L. Ross'. All kinds of Produce taken In ex
change for goods or for cub. -
Towanda St Store
(NEXT DOOR TO MOH & CO.
s preparcd to offer a complete assort
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
WHITE Anil DECORATED CHINA.
Latest designs . and patterns of
13* CAGES, .
For the coming Spring Trade, we
adhi:re as heretofore to our established
principle—that a quick sale with a small
profit is better than a slow one with a
large profit—and therefore our prices
in- any line of goods will comtare
favorable with the prices of any other
;-LitirWe endeavor to sell the best
article, for the least possible money.
LOEWUS &, FR IMUTH.
'l<i'DME`l l WORT
THE GREAT CURE
Aa it 13 for all Oman= of the KIDNEYS,
- LIVER AND 'SOWELL
It C:01“11139 the system of the acrid raison'
- that cris::s the dr—vital suffering which
only the victims of litictunatisni can retail"
THOUSANDS OF CASES .
of the worst farms of this terrible Weenie
have been quickly relieved. in &theft tin* .
1,!, - i1c'i,..1 .- 1) . :NE;)/ . . -WORT
her. had Wonderful aneceea, sad an Immense
nolo in every part ofthe Country. In hon.
thuds °fames it hes cored where all else had
failed. It in mild, but efficient, CERTAIN
IN ITS ACTION, but harmless in all awe!.
r7,lt eleaapca.Stretyrthens laid gives New
I ife to all the iraportantorjansof the body.
The natuiral action of tho Kidney" litrestored:
'rho Liver in °Narmada!' sill disease, and the
Bowels morn frectly and haalthitatir. In thta
way the worst' diseases are eradicated from
As S t has bton proved by thonagmds that
1441:1) . .N3E.Y WORT
is the most effectual remedy for okesideg the
syste= of all morbid secretions. It sturald be
usod fa overy household as a .
Always cure° mnaotreta - Ess, CONIITZPA.
T/027, rtr...rs - ana on MULLIS DiIeSBOL
• Is put up So Dry Vegetable Fenn, in tin on*
one package o t which makes esparto medicine.
ADO in 14Onid Form, vet 7 Conemdzetelrem
the convehienre of those who cannot readily Re
pose it. /t acts with equal etnekocy in eitAerfores.-
JGET IT OF YOUR DRUGGIST. PRICE, $l.OO
WELLS, RICHARDSON i CO., Prop's,
MR mud the dry post•paid.) StittinfON R.
Wago . ns&Ca![iages
call the atten
tion of FARMERS and
others to his large and complete
Open Sr. Top Buggies
alb of his ,
own MANUFACTURE and war-
ranted in every par
pryant's Flexible Springs used in all Platform
Wagons. Theussiest and best in use.
,NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY!
Look at these figures: •
Two Seated Carriages from .. ..... .1 $l5O to $175
Photons. one seated - - ' 1 125 to 150
Top Buggies • ~...I. -` 1 125 to 150
OPen Buggies , 80 to
Democrat Wagons 90 to 110
Remember that the above are all fully warrant.
ed. first-class or no pay.
Repairing proniptly atttended to at 25 per cent
beloW last years prices.
Office and Factory con. Main and Elisab e th Bta.
0 soti 77,1
p i II 10 DtiAll MI I NOl
. • IP : .
Main Street, First Ward.
JOHN W. KLINE,
SWING - REMOVED HIS
o a more convenient location. and. established
himself in the Carroll Block, opposite Seelra
Hotel, is pared to supply his patrons with
THE. C icEsr OF MEATS, • '
MIL ()FREERS IN THEIR BEASON.
• FRESH VEGETABLES.
DOMESTIC FRUIT, &ow. &o.
sfirSOLOGNA SAUSAGE a specialty. AU or.
den promptly delivered.
rr) WO Di. :14F4 1 . p
Sold in Towanda -and
F.:1114:4 A I a-zzill
FLEXIBLE SPRING GEAR
A.D.DYE & CO.
MAIN ST., TOWANDA.
Dayton & Rockwell,
Cordially' invite the onhlic to give chem a all
Rooms formerly occupied by
G, IL Wood,
TOWANDA, i'ENN A.
Recent improvements in the slqlight hairs fur
nished facilities for taking perfect pictures
quickly and in all kinds of weather. •
PORTRAITS FROMIPROTOGRAPHS and DE
CEASED PERSONS a specialty. Finished in In
dia Ink, WaterOolors, Crayons, orPastelles, any
WORE OF AUTISTIC EXCEL-
LENOE GUARANTEED. A
STOCK or MANES ON HAND
C. 8. DAYTON. --
. Towanda. Oct 6, 1880.
MRS. D. V. STEDGE,
Manufaoturer of and Dealer in
HUMAN X HAIR
UCH AB 1111108, BANDEAUX, the popular
Chatelaine Braid, -
ETT:fIYTEING BELOI G 11143 to wan sera TRADE
specialattenuon siren to COMBINGS
Roots an turned one way.
SWITCHES from $1 upwards. Also Agent for
Hunter's Invisible Face Powder,
Madam Clark's Corsets, and
Shoulder Brace e Elastics;
ifirPertienler attention paid to dressing ladies
hair at their homesOr at my pica of triminess.
over Evens & Hildreib's store. •
noviti•din _ gas. D. V. BUDGE. •
BRINK & BUCK, LeKsysville, Pa.
wm write Policies for ruts fa Mrs sad ..Ws Is
BlaMlets. Collect Chian with care sad
prompting& They represent nonetnd
They eollctttheconddenaand ratronageof those
having Imbues in their line, and will endeavor
to merit it. Apply oor address
Una tt . =Mai SUOl.Leßarevill•Ai
zombi . ; -tt
p:1;1110 ITT.) :CY, s y 4 :4:
Ton that have beauty, _
Come and let as take It;
And you that have nose.
Come and let ne make It
AT ALL TINES.
5 S • :1
IN TO WANDA'.
G. H. WOOD k CO.
will open their New Galley in
' ---: :-,7a0,00:1llock
ow the Pint.x=fttotAtpra. nous - fluid
Manly am With am bast of instnuntats, we
are proprO to make • • ,
Tintype% 4ii sae MON', all for 50 eta,
In nest oreelopes, 10 for $l.OO. Coning of en
Mai of PhotoiltophoMid Stereoscopic and large
Asir work dons it Ole innery t .
Olve nes all and we will try, and .st y YOU
In prioeand • n_ mour 28
- Dealer In Scroll Saw lode.
BOOKBINDING OF ALL' KINDS
DONE, NEATLY and CHEAPLY ?
Fine Blank Books
inn - anomrs.
. Tbis department of my business Is very cent
ptete. and - being a greenest sawyer myself I Immw
the wants of patrons.
• I CLOCK KOVEllittlail. ko.
othatintkr on hand.gr $125 wor th of designs
for $l. Send for prteeliets.
WORT= " DI inant
P.O.box 1612. . Towanda. Ps
XII KEEP IN STOCK
EVERY QUALITY OF
- • _
AND WILL DO ALL KIND SOP
AT SHORT ,NOTICR
WE RAVE pi STOCR
A SPLENDID LINE OF
WHICH WILL BE
PRINTED IN THE BEST STYLE
AT REASONABLE RATES.
We are constantly receiving the
...newest and latt!.l4, patterns in
BED Room SETS,
-. . TABLES,
'll i verything in the Fur,.
We make a specialty of this branch
and shall give it our personal attention.
We have a-full line of
and will not be undersold. Give us a
call before purchosing elsewhere.
N. B.—J. S. Allyn has no connec
tion with our business.
TOWANDA. Jell. 28th. 1881.
Stevens & Long
COB• MAIN AND PINE STS
E. B. 'PIERCE.
Successor to N. P. Hicks
General Dealers in
: :1 a Oil
To their new store,
(The old stand of Stervens& Nucor
They invite attention to their complete
assortment and very large stook o
Choice New Goode, which-they
have alway# on hand.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN
And Cash Paid for Desirable Kinds.
K. J. LONG.
DR. JONES* CREAM CAMPHOR, IS THE
NAME of the popular iAnament that cures
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Swollen or Stiffened
Joints, Prost Bites. Pain in the Plies. Read or
Spine, Chopped Hands, Bruises, Sprahis. Suing,
Mosquito Bites, Sting
_or Bite of an insect,
.etc., for Man or. Beast
Always reliable, and • almost instantan
eous in its relief. Baying an agreeable odor it
is pleasant to apply. Bold by all druggists.
Price 25 ctn.
N.B.—This Liniment receliad a Prise Medal
at the State Pair. 1879.
An JONES, Prorr. 319 N. 3d St., Phila., Pa.
- • Jan. 13, 6-m;
DR. JONEEMBEADI CAMPHOR
IS THE NAME OF the 'popular Liniment
that cures Rheumatism Neuralgia. Swollen or
Stiffened Joints. Frost bites. pain in the PIO%
Head or Spine. Chapped hands. Brnisee,Sprains.
Burns. Mosqnloto Bites. Sting or Bite of an in.
sect, Poison from: common Poison Vines, Oleo
for man or beset., Always reliable, and almost
instantaneous Wits relief. Hartigan agreeable
odor, it is pleasant to apply. Sold by all drug
gilts. Price 25 cents: • ,
N. B.—This Liniment received : }like M - rdal a,
the State Fair.lB79, , May 2A 17..
AT CRANE'S CANCER INFIR .
MARY, ADDISON, N. Y.
HUNDREDS OF PERSONS from all parts of
the world have been cured of this much dreaded
aud are now living witnesses that they
bare beau rescued from a terrible and untimely
death. Doctors. Ministers and the Poor treated
Free. Write fora eiresdar giving full posticulars.
Address Drs. GEO. CRANE k RUSE DROWN.
Addison. N. Y. Sept.lo.lYr.OPEsoo.
KENDALL'S 'RAVIN CURE
Is sure to cure Spaying.; Splints.
$ • to. It removes all unnatural
enlargements. non nor sues=
Has no equal fore any lameness on
beast or man. It bag cured blp.jolnt
lameness In a person who had mar
feted 15 years. Also cured :hewn'.
Gam, corns. ftest.bites or any
cruises. eat or lameness. It has no squid for
any blemish on Mises. Bend tor illustrated
olrular giving toarriva 'scow. Price $l. ALL
DRUGGISTS have it 9r can getlt for you. Dr. B.J
'Randall k Co.. Proprietors. Znosourgh Valls
*moot. It. G IPownen, Agent. Towanda. Pa.
ALW4Y it ON varb3 HAND.-4 floe
White &roma MX, °f an=
materuit ail for executing first-ohm doh
Whiting, at the Moe of Tha BRAD. ,
yORD Itartiudaw. All orders promptly
executed, and at the laud cash rates _
NEST AND LEADINO - . KINDS,
rou aux wyouturat Alw_arrAm
Ri - WWELLES,
Unrivaled by say other contrivance for the
thorough yrepantUm of all plowed pound for
ain croye. they will cover Woodcut gado
nearly as wen as the grad drill will not it in,
and Should precede the pain drill in p kss•
timed of soils. No farmer should be without
These are the' very best chilled plows in the
market for general use. and all work. I chal
lenge bar and thorough trials with them in
competition with the other le ading chilled
plows. They are the very beet lowslard.
dry end stony soils, and lighter in draft. doing
the best work, running steadier, better poin
and every way reliable.
Farmer's Favorite Grain Drill
is offered as the beet drill in the market. It will
bear careful comparison ant Competitive trial.
Come and ezamisu) it.. For sale a new Champion
PORTABLE CIDER MILLS.
PricerfroMJUS: $22 to ;30, and up.
88 84,14ydranlie Coact.
A car load just received. Excellent ma cheep
For mile in any qriantity.
AUBURN FARM WAGONS,
With either Thinible Skein Wood Axles or Beet
Whole Piece "Anchor Brand" Iron Axles. First
clue, beat in quality, cheapest and warranted in
every re/meet. j
Platform Wagons, Open and Top Buggies—
First clue, excellent. and low priced.
Good and cheap. Easily set. Send for prices.
variety. sizes and prices to snit.
LIQUID PREPARED PAINT.
Excellent and cheapest common lead pain is
warranted to give satisfaction.
LUBRICATING OILS. BEATA FOOT OIL.
-Horse Powers and Threshers.
Harder's, 'Wheeler's, Gray's, Ellis. Monitor
Portable Traction Steam Engine. Canton (Ohio)
Vibrating Threshers and Cleaners, as.
CORN BHELLERB Thriety-
Cotamercial. Fertilizers ,
Allentown, Lister Brothers, Stockbridge and
Bowker's. Send for circulars, prices lists and
all enquires promptly answered. •
,TOWLNDA, August 23tb.
W G. TR.4C.Y,
General jnsurance :Agent;
Otrux wahPATCH 416' . TRACY Main St.
ALL COMMUNICATIONS 2HRO UGH
THE POST OFFICE WILL ILE
()EMT PROMPT ATTEN2IOE
0v2918 tf _
T. MUIR& CWS
Thepha tosave money b buying cheap Is at
Camsei'llatn * end Irliwklin Streets.
TheY reepectinlly announce to the public that
.a large stock of •
P 1.01711, PEED, MEAL, GRAM BALT.
PORK. and PROVISIONS generally.
Wilms also added to our stook a earletf of
WOODEN WAIT. such as BUTtEII TM3B, Pict
WB. cupiers, wra
Just received f lime stock of &Wars, Tess,
Coffem Spices, MOVISON'S PM= 80AP, the
best in the =Mist, and other makes of soap
Ilyriip and Molasses, which they osier at km
prices for Cash. - -or* 26 77
LIVE-LIKE CRAYON PORTRAIT
Arfew short house after our brave PresidenVis
death had been announced to a sorrowing coun
try, every yatd of crape, ,and every portrait that
could be bad were °ought up at fabulous prices.
While thousands-succeeded in getting his por
trait, hundreds of thousands, yea millions, tried
in vain. • The U. S. Manufacturing Co. of Pitts
burg, Pa. had about 2000 copies that were unsold
during the campaign, outside of those there
were not one hundred copies in that city. In
less than two hours after it had become known
that they had them } every one was sold and
thousand more were wanted. One young man
bought 500 of; them, and sold them within an
hour—cleating' $6O on them. This Arm immedi
ately telegraphed to the leading picture' pub
lishers of the country, and bought up all that
could _be had--about 15,000. They will, while
these last' gond them to any address in the
United States past paid at the following rate: 1
portrait 50c. 5 for $2.00, 25 for $6.00, 50 for
$lO.OO, or 100 for $15.00. Any one ordering one
hundred can readily sell them in a few hours for
850.00. Good canvassers can make $5OO in the
next 30 days selting_them. Whether you wish
one or 100 addre.s
a' , lo:lllr , lpi`4o4[o:Wilfil
The poor as well as the rip, the old as well
as the young , the wife, as w 11 as the husband,
the young maiden as well as the young man, tho
girl as well as the boy , may lust as well earn a
few dollars in hone st employment, as to sit
around the house aid wait for others to earn it
for them. We can give you employment, all the
time, or during your ;spare hours only; travel
ing, or in your own neighborhood, among your
friends and acquaintances. If you do not care
for employment, we can impart valuable tutor- ,
million to you free of cost. It will cost you only
one cent fors Postal card to write for our Yvon
pectus, and it they be the means of making you
a good many dollars.
De not neglect thisrge opportunltt. You do not
have to - invest &la sum of money, and run a
great risk of losingit.. You y 111401414 see that
it will be an easy matter to make from $lO. to
$lOO. a week, and establish& lucrative, and inde
pendent business, honorable, staaightforward
and profitable. Attend to this matter NOW, for
there is NON= IN IT for all-who engage with
us. We will surprise you and you will wonder
why you never wrote to us before. Wa sun
rum PARTICITZ4II4I rum. Address
(Rune this viper.)^
iftt. Y 2, tal-emes.
FINEJOB PRINTING.—AII kind
of Fine Job Printin
promptly executed at lowest rates, a
Tun BRADWORD TizPimMeau Office
Dont fail te give us a trial.l Good type
modern presses, and experienced wo rk=
men. All work warranted tiret-ekow.
R. M. WELLES.
SIZE 14x19 INCHES.
U. S. MANUFACTURING CO.
TO SELL A
WOK= M'F'G CO.,
Is still to be foetid si the OiDIITAND
Next door to Dna°, Porter's Drug Ettore
WITS At PULL LINE Or
FINE AMERICAN AND SWISS
STERLING - SILVER AND
FINE PLATED WARE,
SPECTACLES & EYE GLASSES,
FROM THE OHEAPEAT TO THE BEM
air ALL OF WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT THE
VIIET , LOWEST PRICES,
Clocks, Watchei and Jewelry promptlY repaired
by en experienced and competent workman.
. 7 M. HENDELMAN.
(Successor to Mr. McKean,)
AND LOYAL SOCK
FOOT oF PINE STREET. NEAR COURT HOUSE.
PRIM FOR cAsli. "Ea
The patronage of my old friends and thi public
generally is whetted. • 9sep: 80
West and Northwest
It is the shoit and'beat route between Chicago
and all points in
NORTHERN ILLINOIS. lOWA, DAKOTA. WY
OMING, Nebraska. Callitombs, Oregon, Arizona,
Utah, Colorado, Idaho,. Montana; Nevada, and
LEADV/LLE, SALT LAKE,- •
San anciecoleadwood,Sioni City,
Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, Columbus, and all
Points in the Territories, and, the West. Also,
for:Milwaukee, Green Bay. Oshkosh, Sheboygan,
Marquette, pond du lac. Watertoirt, Houghton,
Neenah, Menasha, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Huron,
Volga, Pargb, Bismarck Winona. LaCrosse,
'Owatonna, and all points in Minnesota, Dakota,
Wisconsin and the Northwest.
At Counc4 Bluffs the Trains of the Chicago &
North• Western and the U. P. Irys depart from,
'arrive at an 4 use the same joint Union Depot.
At Clam°. close oonnectiolus aremsAle with
the Like • Shore. Michigan Central, ItaltimoreA
Ohio, Ft. Wayne and Pennsylvania, and Chicago
'& Grand Trunk Hys, and the Kankakee and Pan
Handle Routes. • 1
WClose connections made at Junction Points
It is the ONLY .LINE miming
Pullman Hotel Dining Cars
Chicago and Council Bluffs.
Pullman Sleepers on all Night Trains.
Insist upon Ticket Agents selling you Tickets
via this road. Examine yOur Ticketu.andiefuse
to buy it they do -not read over the Chicago &
North-Western Nailway. •
If you - wish the Best Traveling ;Accommoda
tions you will buy your Tickets by this route,
WAND -WILL TAKE NONE OTEEB.
All Ticket Agents sell Tickets by this Line.
KAW4I GFITT, 2d V.P. t clen.Maner,
Spr7 'Bl4t. • Chicago.
- LIVERY, STABLING,
,L r agßachmitlii*Cstrae-ila and
EE , A.ußras 1a.. , •
• t •
Having leased his !aria in' Warren,
has locate 4- in the above -
branches of busi
. • ness, on o
FRONT BELOW BRIDGE;
rrowanda l Pa.
I HE HAS STABLING FOR 10 HORSES.
For nee of stalls, 5 cents; each, Also, Horses
and Carriages for hire. ' "
Rlacicsmithing in all its branches. promptly
done, Hone Shoeing a specialty.
[Carriages Itanufactured and Repaired. If you
Want anything in the above line call on
MRS. A. B. WHITNEY,
DRESS-FITTER & DRESSMAKER
ALSO AGENT FOB, THE
Domestic Perfect-ii`itting Patterns
No. 3 Bridge St., Towanda.
Stock entirely new and fresh from the city; no
old goods in stock.
Ckoods And work unsurpissed either in styles
or nuke up. I 0ci.28-ly .
HUMPHREY BROS.& TRACY,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of
KEN'S, BOYS, WOMEN'S. MISSES, AND CHILDREN'S
Boots, Shoes Rubbers &GI
CORNER MAIN AND ELIZABETH STREETS,
HAS RIXOVID SIB GROCII3I4 BErstias 7
tali . 80117la-W1 COB2QZ/1- -OP 1114
AND lIRIDGZ OTEEICTS,
UN EIS INTIBLIBEED
MIZIITIMIG IN THE LME
duce. Fine BUTTER and
Agents Wanted e „ v in w at he Zt
tifurChromo-Lithograpti Picture of out
- .TAMES A. GARFIELD,
This beautiful work Of art is printed la
colon, on hest,' Parlor, and mounted read
bang on the wall. It is not only a correct
tract but siso contains the historical ey ,
his lite, shows the Howe at Nestor, At ,
and the Deatk-Bed lipena, it is a
Memorial Picture., Circulars and terms
Address, 11. W. KELLEY co.
7il. Winona Street, Phlladelphl pt.
Sept. 79, 18814 t.
HORSESend 25 as. in
or currency for
vim manor of Treatise on the Ho]
his Diseases." It gives -the best treaur
all diseases, has 60 floe engravings .
BOOKpaitions assumed I
horses better than
taught in any other we a table *howl'
of all the principal ms used for t
as well as their effects and antidote.
25 poison, a large collect
Obi TAWAS= PICZIPPI. rtak
telling the *O - 0 a horse, with an. slim
ihowing teeth of each year end a. large nn
of other.valuable hOrse information. Haze
of horsemen have pronounced it wortli•
than books costing. $5. and 410. The face
200,000 sold in about one y ea r before it vi
vised shows how popular the book la. Th ,
vised edition hi mum worm ntrzar.rrrso.
sus • etactirs. AGENTS WANTED. Dr.
Kendall At Co., Natosburgh Falls. Vermont,
Jr. H. SIMMINS.
BOOT, SHOE AND GAITER
Is now prepared to do all kinds of es
his line in the latest styles, and of the
ALL WORK and MATERIAL WARIIAI,
Repairing done neatly and pro
on short notice. In PA7
BLOCK Over Jacob's Clothing
You neeinot DiejtoWie
Of Bith l N. Y.
Yon ' receive one-hill of your insuring,
cording to the American Life Table, when
thirds of your life expectancy is iinish‘
illustration, a man or woman joining the
elation at 36 years of age taking a certiffest
$2,500, receives $1;275\ when *little over 54
of age, exactly the period in life when
financial help is generally more needed
any other time.
BLADF & ROOM
General Agents for
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTU
PAPER =LER, &c
Alfred J. Purvis,
No. 131 Genessee street,
UTICA, N. Y
An work in his line done well and prompt:la
Parties having volumes incomplete will be tt•
fished with any missing =tubers at cost fate
All orders given to J. J. Scanlan. Agent
Bradford County will be promptly executed
cording to directions.
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY ever
cafered, as it is certair.in its effects and
not blister. Also excellent for. human
FROI COL. L T. FOSTER
Youngstown, Ohio, -May 10th, 15eX.
Du. B. J. Rs=ALL & Co:—I lied • very al*
ble Hambletonian colt which I prized very lie ,
ly, he had a large bone spavin on ons jointal
a small one on the other which' made him ve:
lame; I bad him under the charge of two yews
nary surgeon* which' failed to cure him. Iva
one day reading the advertisement of Kende!'
Spavin Cure in the Chicago Express, I deterza .
ed,lit once to try it, and got our druggists bo
to send for, it, they ordered three bottle"; I tex
them all and thought I would give it a thor4
trial, I Used it according to directions sal to
fonyth day the colt 'ceased to be lame, Lad
Itunps'have disappeared. I used but one boo
and the colts limbs are as free from lumiwol
as smooth is any horse in the state. ID di.
lively cured. The cure was so remark:die t.V
I let two of my neighbors have the raw:'
two bottles, who are zrow using it.
Kendah's Spavin. Cure
ON HUMAN FLESH.
Patten's Mills. Wash'ton co.. N.Y.. Feb. 11.%
• - Da. B.J. Dear SW—The partial
awe on which I used your Kendall's Sparin CF2
was a malignant- ankle aprain of sixteen again
standing. I had tried many things, but in via,
Your Bpavin Cure put the foot to the grew
again, and for the iirst - tithe since bari.. ll
natural position. For a family liniment itik
cell anything we: ever used.
REY. M. F. DFA.L.
Pastor of M. E. mural Patten. DU% X'
Price $l, per bottle. or six:bottles for 1 3 . S.
Druggists - gave it or can get it fer you, or it
be sent to any address on receipt of price
proprietors, DR. B. J - . KENDALL & CO..
burgitYalls. Vt. Bold at -
Dr. H. C: Porter's ISM Stop'