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CONTMED ITIOX rnorr nos.
Address of Hon. Thos. Ryan.
since and justice of the American peo
ple; and though, passion or prejudice d
might rule the hour, be yielded to
neither, but trusted with childlike sqn- s,
plicity to the subseqneut sober reflect
ions of his countrymen for the vindica
'ion of his judgment.
From early boyhood to the day he
fell, ihe was 'a close, tlaOrongli , and
methodical student,_ _ and these two
things may be said of Wm: ; .
First—He was one of the most, if not
the most scholarly, men who ever occu
pied the Prisidential chair.
Second—Having • been almost con
tinuously in the public sgrViee as a
Legislator from early' manhood until
chosen president, he was the best train
ed statesman that ever occupied that
With all his years of public life, with
all the wrongs he suffered from the pas
sions engendered by
_the fury of party
strife, and the daily instances of du
plicity and intrigue which must have
come under his observotion, he never
lost confidence in man, or distrukted his
friends—while, at the same time, •he
was as guileless as a school girl. There
did not seem to be any place in the
composition of his great character for
malice, revenge,. hate, resentint or
any degree of asperity. • That h ;
often deeply wounded by the injustice
• and malignity of political rivalry and
- party passion may not be doubted, yet
- I da not believe the tbonght of revenge
or -csentment was ever entertained by
• him for a single morhent after his in
auguration as President of the 'United
S,Ates. k. -
Bat General Garfield's whole life is a
,roost interesting, book. every page of
which glows with lessons of wisdom,
alike for the young and the 01d.,_ His
career, from the cradle 'to the grave,
conspicuously illustrates the benignity
of our institutions.
- . Born of poverty, without friends to
aid him, with only the mother-he so
tenderly loved, to encourage and bless
him, he carved his way,- inch- by inch,
step by step,from a barefooted and ill
clad lad, driving boat horses along the
tow path of a canal, to the presidency
of theUnitod States.' The way was
rugged and we may well believe the
poor lad was often faint and weary. His
- courage never failed him, but the sweet
_ voice of - a devoted mother constantly
cheered him on his way. He loved his
mother passionately. He - studioUsly
promoted her happiness and comfort by
• _ every means at his command, but above
all he never omitted an opportunity to
impress her with his love. I am re
liably informed that it was his custom,
not only always to treat her with mark
ed consideration and respect, but to
kiss and caress her from time to time
with all the simplicity and .fervor of a
-,' little child His inauguration afforded
a most touching instance of maternal
and filial affection, which I had the
pleasure of witnessing. Seated in; the
• presence of a Countless multitude of his
countrymen, awaiting the signal for
taking the:oath of office, his wife on
one side of him and his plain old moth
er on the other, immediately surround
, ed by the justices of the supreme court
, of the United States, senators, members
of congress and other distinguished
-.: phblio men, what must have been the
- emotions of mother and son?
Soon the chief justice advanced and
Gen. Garfield arose to take upon him
self the oath of office. I think , that was
the one supreme moment of that moth
hi'fi earthly happiness. She listened
with evident eagerness until the last
word was spoken that made her once
bare footed boy the beloved ruler 'Of
fifty millions of people, the chief mag
istrate of a mighty republic..
That dutiful son, turning his eye up
' on the woman who had given him birth
, and life, seemed to read her thoughts
and then, as if seized by a sudden im
pulse,,before he had uttered another
word—in the presence of that great
ocean of humanity—he bent over :that
plain and w aged mother _and fervently
imprinted a kiss upon her lips, and
then turning to the mother•of -.his chil
dren, he extended to her the same token
of love. To the 'credit of the vast mul
titude no shout rent the air; for a mo
ment all was as silent as death, but
every heart was touched, and every eye
• was moistened.
When James A. Garfield knocks at
the gate of heaven for admission, me
thinks a just God will say to St. Peter,
"That is the man whose first act after
becoming a 'great ruler on eartli was to
publicly kiss hie mother—let him in."
When on a bed of etdrenng he was so
mindful of her that he wrote, her a. let
ter to - encourage and cheer', her mater
nal heart—the last , he ever wrote on
To my mind, nothing so absolutely
illustrates and demonstrates the su
preme.goodness of the late president's
heart as his devotion to his aged moth
er, and his.affection for his wife and
Getieral Garfield had his faults as
what man on earth has not; but they
were such chiefly as spring from the
rsienerous impulses of a kind heart, and
he always wore them on his sleeve.
Ilia brietcareer as a soldier developed
conspicuotTly a high, degree of courage . '
and skill—and, but for tho fact thus his
fellbw citizens deemed it important 'to
the public interest that he surrender
his commission to enter congress at that
critical period, it is believed by - -his
friends that he would have won endur
ing fame as - a military chieftain.
He possessed extraordinary conver
sational talent. In - conversation he was
not only charming, but seemed to pos
sesv a magnetic rosier that drew men to
him. He had. a sort of off-hand, whole
souled, big hearted way of greeting ac
quaintances that will leave a delightful
impfession upon all who knew him.
In the midit of great party strife, in
the beat of inflammatory . debate, in
which he himself was conspicions, amid
the throes of passion when the house
of representatives - seemed leased into
a fury ;,,when acrimonious speech seem
ed ler the .moment to have displaced
reason and enthroned passion; it was
no uncommon spectacle to see Garfield
and some distinguished member of the
opposition walking about the hail, arm.
is arm, engaged in pleasent and some
times hifarious conversation, apparently
unmindful of the fury of the storm rag
ing about him. Although an active,
bold, and powerful leader, I have never
known a member of the opposition in
congress who disliked General Garfield,
while I do know some of them were his
bib most devoted personal friends
Take him all in aU, with his great
scholarly attainments, his superior
training in public affairs, hie mighty
brain power, his .nperbly poised intel
lect, his great, pure', warm, sand: unsel
fish heart, his symmetrical character,
his sympathy with a his devotion to
the common people, from whom he
sprang, Vregard him as the best Equip
pe4 man for the Presidenisy ever chosen
by the American people to that high
But Garfield is dead—cut down in
the meridian Of life by a viperous assas
sin; all that remains of that great, good
and illustruins chief will to-day be laid
away in the tomb forever. But there
are some things that aver die. The
example of such a life will survive
bright, shining as the Ann, to light up
the pathway and warm the hearts of
the poor, and friendless young men of
the generations that will spring from
the centuries to come. The impress
_has made upon every-great measure of
his clay lied time Will survive as Jong
as we : llve a country. Garfield is dead;
but the offsprings of his mighty intel
lect, and the bright example of his
glorinus life, will. endure ferever.
The Nation's great chief is dead, but
the Nation survives. In the language
of himself, when his illustrious prede
cessor had fallen by assassination.
'God reigns, and the Government at
Washington still lives.' We are truly a
great people. , The abrld has looked
upon one of the most hopeful as well as
the sublimest events in history, in the
conduct of our people during the last
eighty days.. During that , time they
have literally governed themselves. 'The
great business and commercial interests
of the country have not even sustained
a material temporary shock, while all
the grea departments of government
have been operated as successfully
and peacefully es if nothirig
had happened; and yet, during all that
time, ,the government has been practi
cally without a head. It is a glonrious
illustration of the good sense. intelli
gence and patriotism ,of ,the American
Thank Heaven, the life of no. one
man—however great, however good,
however dear to the hearts of the peo
ple, is .essential to the 'perpetuity of
our government, the prosperity .of the
nation, or the happiness of our peopl,
Great and good as was Garfield;
deeply and teerfully as we deplore his
death, America is prolific in sons to
supply. his phice. Men of great emi
nence, worth.and patriotism, enshrined
in the hearts .of the people, will go and
come as the years roll by, but the re
public will survive so long as the good
sense and patriotism of the American
people shall endure.
This glorious land of liberty; home
of the free. My country; - our country;
God bless her I May she never, never
cease to be the game beautiful temple
of freedom; the same asylum for the op
pressed of other lands.. May the breezes
of remotest centuries yet to come float
the old flag, then as now, the emblem of
a groat, free and happy people.
"Great God! we thank Thee for this home—
This bounteous birth-land of the free,
Where wanderers from afar may came,
And breathe the air of liberty;
Still may her flowers untrampled spring,
Her harvests wave, her cities rise,
And yet, till Time shall fold his wing,
Remain earth's loveliest Paradise.
Farewell, warm-hearted friend, fare=
Farewell, kind hearted. father, fare
Farewell, devoted husband, farewell.
Farewell, dutiful son, farewell.
Farewell, great scholar, farewell.
Farewell, Christian patriot, farewell.
Farewell, comrade, brave soldier,
Farewell, Chiefs Magistrate of our
"Twenty years ago,"'says a colored
philosopher, "niggers was wni a thous
and dollars apiece. Now dey would be
deah at two dollars a dozen., It's.'ston
ishing how de race am depreciatin' I"
That settles it: "Who says it is un
healthy to sleep in feathers? Look at
the spring chicken and see how tough
ho is.',—The Sanitarian.'
A fortunate fellow: Fogg sags his
friend Pingry is so slow that he never
catches cold and couldn't get within
hailing distance of the slowest of slow
Sad indeed: It is a pitiful thing •to
hear a young lady say something tastes
like moustache cosmetic, and then
change colors and try to look uncon
cerned and: indifferent.—New
Piles are.frequently. preceded by a sense of
weight in the back, loins and lower part i of
the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose
he has some 'affection of the kidneys or
neighboring , organs. At times eymptoms 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
warm in bed. is a very common attendant.
Internal, External and Itching Piles yield at
once on the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile
liemedy, which acts directly upon the parts
affected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying the
Intense Itching, and affecting: a permanent
cure where all other remedies have failed.
Do not delay until the drain on tho system
produces permanent "disability, but try it
and be cured. • Price, 50 ce'hts. Ask, your
druggist for it, and when you cannot obtain
it of him,
we will send it, prepaid, on recipt
of price. Address The Dr. Bosanko Medicine
Co., Piqua, Ohio. Sold by Clark B. Porter,
8. End of Ward House Block.
We take great pleasure in calling the' at
tention of our friends and easterners to ' Dr.
Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup , which is
perfectly harmless, pleasant to the taste, will
not nauseate, and gives relief. almost;inetant
ly. It matters not how severe! your Cough
may be, how many cough 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 Tliroat and Lungs to expel the offend
ing matter, leaving them in a healthy con
dition, free from irritation, and the air pas
sages clearCboaides invigorating and
strengthening- the general system. Price 50
cents. For the positive cure 'of (kinimmp
tion, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis. Dry
Hacking Cough, Loss , of Voice,. Irritation "of
the Throat, Soreness of the Chest, Pains in
the Lungs, Spitting of Blood; Croup, Influ
enza, Whooping Ceugh, and Lying Fever, we
recommend this medicine above all "othe rs.
Yours truly, Clang 11. Polli
June 2-Iy. 8. End Ward House Block.
Why suffer such unspeakable tortnies.
Rheumatism has been conquered. Rend'll's
Spavin Cure is the victor. Read the adv't.
In the first symiitoms of this disease when
Son are aching and having - Painful sensations
in the limbs npOn rising from bed' in the
morning, a. stiffness in the joints accompa
nied nt times by swelling and redness, all
physiciana recommend the application of an
external remedy, something penetrating and
soothing; an article that will act as, *a cur"-
live; agent to the parts affected. Dr. Bosan
ko's Rheumatic Cure gives instant relief up
!on the first application. Di lame 'back, pains
or strains it is an invaluatle household rem°.
dy. Ask your druggist for it. Price 75 cents.
Manufactured by The 'Bosanko- Medicine
Company. Piqua, 0. For sale by Clark B.
Porter, B. End Ward House Block. . •
Choice Sztractsfiroors Druggists.
"We know the value of melt: hops, calisays
and iron composing 'Malt-Bitters."
"Our lady customers highly, praise them."
"Physicians prescribe them in this town."
'Thelargest bottle and best medicine."
"Best blood purifier on our shelves."
"Our best people take Malt-Bitters."
"Bare cure for chills and liver diseases."
I 8 .
• A TRUE TONIC , - .
A PERFECT STRENGTHENER.A SURE REVIVER.
IRON BITTERS aro highly mxplunended for all diseases re
quiring t and efikientionle ; • y Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Inter ,
patient .Fevers, Want qf Appdite, Loss cf firm" Lack of .Easnvy, cm Enriches
the blood, stretxthenspliniWes, and gi • 1 new life to the nerves. They act
like a charm on the digestive orgaps, • all dyspeptic iormonis, such
as Tasting the Food, Belching, /feat tit :•,, Hmrtbara, etc. The onli ,
Iron Preparation that will not b en the teeth or give
headache. Fad by all druggists, Write far the AB C Book, 82 pp. of
useful and amusing reading—sent free',7.
BROWN INIEDUCAL CO., Baltimore, Md.
THE POPULAIi CORMM
HAS Med Tip the old MONTAITTE STORE with
a fun and complete stool of PAESI(
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Call here for your Groceries. After you get
prices at Rose it will be of no use to try ate.
where for his prices are down to rock bottom.
Ferment can.get the tip-top of the market at
GOO. L. Ross'. All kinds of Produce taken in ex
change for goods or for cash:
Towanda 5 ct. Store
Is prepared to offer a complete assort
ment of -
DRY AND FANCY GOODS;
For the coming Spring Trade, we
' adhere 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
iti any line of goods will compare
favorable with the prices of any other
IttirNire • endeavor- to sell the best
'article • for the least possible money.
LOEWUS & FREIMUTH.
Riteu watts m.
PRICES As LOW/S THEE LOWEST.
ii %it. A
(NEXT DOOB TO FELCU & CO.
WHITE and PECORATER CHINA.
Latest designs and patterns of
THE GREAT CURE
As it is for ell diseases of the KIDNEYS"
: LIVER AND BOWELS.
It. eleansas tho system of tho-acrid poison
that causes the dreadful sultring which
only the victims of Ithenaustisni can roam
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of th 3 worst forms-of this terrible disease
have beam quickly relieved, in s short time
drads of caeca it has cured where - all else bad
ifailed. It is mild,' but efficient, CEILTALif
IN ITS ACTION, but hanalcsain gausses,
rrit cleanses. Strengthens and jives New
~i Life call the important organs of the body.
1 ThO natural action of the 'Kidneys is restored.
i The Liver is cleansed of all disease, and the
, Bowels mar° freely , and healthfully. In this
way the worst disease* are eradicated from
theerysteir.. . - , ,
6 . ..Ss it has bean proved by thousarudi that .
is tho most effectual rcuiedyforistesasingths
system of all morbid secretions. It sham/ate
used in every household anti
Alrrars cures ICILIOUSILSEIS, CONSTIPAr'
TION. PILE 3 and all FIazALE Diseases.
is put up in Dry Vegetsblererny In tin cans,
ono p:.cka;-a_oi colt ich makes a quarts medicine.
Also in Liquid Form. very Coneentrstedtar
the convenience of those who cannot readily pre
pare It. It acts frith equal efficiency in eitherforni.
GET IT OF YOUR DIIUOGIST. PRICE, •1.00
call the atten
tion of FARM= and
others to his large andoomplete
Open & Top Buggies
all of his
own MANUFACTUBR, and war
ranted in every "pare
Bryant's Flexible Springs used in aII Platform
Wagons. The easiest and best in -use.
NOW IS YOUR TIBES TO BUY!
Look at these figures:
Two Seated Carriages , !tom 5150 to $ll5
Pim:tons, one seated 125 to 150
Top Buggies 125 to 150
°Pen Buggies ' " 80 to 100
Democrat Wagons ' 99 to 110
Remember that the above are all hilly warrant
ed. Ant-class or no pay.
Repairing promptly 'intended to at 25 per cent
below last years prices.
oMce and Factory cor. Main and Elisabeth Rte.
0 'NU 77,1
C Artl:l,4—)LA BLOC K
Main. Street, First Ward.
JOHN W. KLINE,
lILVING azuovia) ma
o a more convenient location. and established
himself in the Carroll Bloch. dPPorite Beers
Hotel, is preparedto supply his patrons with
THE CHOICEST OF MEATS.
FISH. OYSTERS nt THEM SEASON,
DOMESTIC FRUIT, kc.. •
AgrBOLOGNA B.IIII3AGE specialty, AU or.
ders promptly delivered.
said in TOwanda and
FLEXIBLE SPRING GEAR
A. D. DYE, 8z CO.
TQA that hive beauty,
'edam mul let In take it,
Comethat lime nose,
and let tut make it
Dayton & Rockwell,
at med ially twits the public to - give elm= a call
Rooms formerly ocenpidd by
G. IL W00d,; , ;
Recent improvements in the skylight lime fur
nished facilities for taking perfect pictures
quickly and in all kinds of weather.'
PORTRAITS FROM PHOTOGRAPHS and DE
CEASED PERSONS a specialty. Finished in In
dia Ink, Water Colors, Crayons. or Pastelies. any
FINEST WORK OF ARTISTIC EXCEL
- LENGE GUARANTEED. A
STOCK OF PRAXES ON HAND
C. B. DAYTON. .
Towanda; Oct 0.1880.
MRS. D. V. SSEDC,IE,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
ton AsWiItIS,BANDEAUX, ths popular
EVERYTHING Id:LONGING TO TEX Hint =ADZ
gir Special Attantlon given to COMBINGS
Boots all turned one IMP.
SWITCHES from $1 upwards. Also Agent for
Hunter's Invisible Face Porlder,
• Madani Clark's Corsets, and
Shoulder Brace Elastics.
ffirPartLeigir attention paid to dressing ladies
hairat their homes or at my plies of business.
orer Emus Hildretb's store. ;
noirlB-6m Ma. D. V. STIKDGD.
MINK & BUCK, Layingle, Pa.
Will write Policies for risks in Piro and_ Life In
sumacs. Collect Claims with care and
promptness. They representnone but
They solidi theconfidence and patronage of tbOse
baying business in their line, and will ended or
to merit it. Ap to or address
lus3 a nnik BUCK. ,Ps.
( 1 toarcAl74ll
B. R. ROCKWELL.
IN TO WANDA.
G. N. WOOD , it CO.
;will ope;i Unit) New; Gallery i
Pattan — P S B/00/4
OD as *lli /WOW Of itP7O4 naliMi allot up
entirely new, with the best of Instruments, we
are veered to make • •
Tlatytoes, 4 at one :sitting all hr 50 eta.
in nest envelopes, 10 for SI.OU. Copying of 11 / 1 ,
kinds of Photogrsphs,snd Stereoscopic and large
view work done at this geUery. I -
Give w s all and we wM try and WIMP Yon
in price sad want/. lnar
A BEVERLY 8311TH,
1 . - i
Malath. Scroll Saw &oh.
BOOKBINDING OF ALL KINDS
DONE, NEATLY And CHEAPLY.
Fine Slat& Books
MT SPECRALTY. .
Amateur's Supp lies.
Thht department of my business is very con ,
plate. and being a practical sawyer myself I know
the wants of my patrons. ,
' BLW Bums. - •
CLOOK MOVEMENTS. to.
constantly on hand. tor OM worth of designs
for $l. Send for prisons%
" Park street.
. O. box 1612.
WE HEEPIN STOCK
AND WILL DO ALL KIND SOP
AT SHORT NOTICE.
WE HAVE IN STOCK
A SPLENDID LINE OF
PRINTED llb 7 THR BEST STYLE
AT REA; ATONABLE RATA S
We are Constantly receiving .t 1 •ie
-newest end- latest Patternein
PARLOR SU TS;
BED ROOM SETS, - •
Eviprything ,the AWm
-• • . •
WHICH WILL D
- - BIUDGE.-1111111M .
We make a specialty of this branel i a
and Ed* give it our personal attentio.
We have, a full line of .
tIA.SIKE r rSIe
and will not'be undersold. >Give nil a
- call before' purchosing elsewhere. .
N. 8.-4. S. Allyn has no connec
tion with our , business. ,
successor to N. P. Hicks.
Towswis. JAN 26th. 1881 • ' Osn'274
Stevens & Long
General Dealers in
To their new stareill
COB• Duni AND PINE STS:
(The old oland . of lozi Stamm - & Merest
They invite attention to their complete
assortment and very hilge stook o
Choice New Goods, which they
have idwaya on Mid.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION - SIYEN
And Gash Paid for Desirable Kinds.
M. S. LONCI.,
R. JONES' CREAM CAAIPBOR, I IS TEE
4 kME of the popular Linament that cures
Men item, Neuralgia. Swollen or Stiffened
Joints, Frost Bites, Pain in the Face._ Head or
Spine, Chopped feuds. Bruises, Sprains. Burns.
Mosquito Bites. Sting or Bite of an insect.
Poison Vines, etc., for Man orßeast
Always relLable,• and almost _ lniiantan
eons in its relief. Having an agreeable odor it
is pleasant to apply. Sold by all druggists.
Price 25 cis.
N. B.—This Liniment received a Prise Medal
stile State Fair. 1879. -.
ASA JONES, Prop'r, 319 N. 341 St. Phila., Pa.
DR. JONEWOREADI CAMPHOR
18..,THE NAME OF the popular Liniment
that cures Rheumatism; N Swollen or
Stiffened Joints, Frost Bites. pain- In the'Face.
Head or Spine. Chapped hands, Brnises,Sprains.
Burns. Mosquioto Bites. Sting or Bite of an in
sect;Poison from common Poison Vines. etc..
forman or beset. Always reliable, and almost
instannuieons twits relief. Having an agreeable
odor ; it is pleasant to 'apply. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 25 cents.
N. B.—This Liniment received *Prise Medal a
the State Fair.lB79. - May 20 ly.
AT CRANE'S CANCER I:MIR
- ;MARY, ADDISON, It Y.
MINDREDS OP PERSONS from all.. parts - of
the world have been cured of this much dreaded
disease and are now living witnesses that they
have been rescued from a terrible and untimely
death. Decton. Ministers and the Poor treated
Free. Write forsOirculargivingfultparticulen.
Address Dn. OEO. CRANE k RUSH BROWN.
1 Addison. N. Y. ' Sept.2lo,llr.OPßaco.
KENDALL'S SPAWN CURE .
Is mire. to cure Sparing. Splints
.&a It removes in unnatural
enlargements. , Doss Nor sums.
Has no equal for any lameness on
bast or nail. It has cured hip.joint
lameness in a person who bad suf
fered 15 years. also mired rheuma
tism. corns frost•bites or any
bruises. cut or 1140101101111. It bas no equal for
any blemish on homes. Send for Illustrated
cirular giving rosnlys racor. Price $l. ALL
DRUGGISTS have it or can getlt for you. Dr. BA
Randall & 06.. Proprietors. Enosourgh Palls
ermont. R. O. Porrum. • ant. Tovnle. rt.
ALWAY R, ON I l i t tND (4 l.;: t fine
varl'White and arod eerie, a nd. ethe;
:material. for executing firet4lai s Job
;Printing, at the Office of Tna _BEAD.
ORD IturmacAN. MI orders ,promptly
el (muted, and at the kraeat "WI rates
one. ° •
1 f a.
These us oral s.TIn7. bast chilled plows in the
use, and all work. I chsl-
L ilu ge kei t a r for r i d • • tharongb trials with them in
the other leading chilled
eon+, Petilion 's the yea • best plows for bard
Elora -Thep li
tend ghter in draft, doing .
ars and stony st inning stesdier. better, points
the best work, ri Ilr . bl s.
and every way re
is offered as the tot •
bear careful comps
Come and examine I
Priors from $15,122
A carload Just received.
For sale limy qumitity.
lEST AND LEADING KINDS,
SALK WIWLERALE AND RETAIL
TOWANDA., PA. •
wiled by any other A:tont:issue for the
gh preparation otsll plowed ground for
Trope. they win corer broadcast grain
w wallas en grain will put it in,
al w d precede the grain drill in be w prithout ows.
if pm. No firme should
2D CHILLED PLOWS.
%avorite Grain Driil
~ CIDER MILLS.
With either Thimble nab
Whole Piece ••Anchor Bram
class, best in quality, chess
Fits! class, excellent. and
CHAIN P 1
Good and Cheap. Easliy sr
In nrist7. sixes and prict
Excellent and chrome t
warranted to give satiated
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Hors° Poirers ar
/larder's, Wheeler's, Ors
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Vibrating Thresban and CI
Allentown, Lister Biotite
Bowler's. Send for droll
, all enquires promptly atr
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0v29'78 tt ,
The place to save money b
Corner lWn and !VW
They respectfully =ma
they have a h
Acitr.s; FRED, *NAL,
ROBE. sad PEON
We have also added t o.ont Stock • variety- of
WOODEN WAR& sud iu sun= TUBS, FP
ZINO. al BURNS, ETC,. .
Just received • lat •go Wei of sumo, you,
Coffees. Week. JLt301643 PCBS SOAP, the
hest is the motet , and other mate• of soap
Affe9 end - Me/wee: s, which they offer at low
prices for Cash. oot 26 77
A LIFE-LIK ' CRAYON PORTRAIT
-•-10 F OUnt—
DEAD PRESIDENT -.=
SIZE _ 14x19 INCHES.
• ! •
A few short '3tUlf after our brave President's
death had been ' anrlounced to a sorrowing coun
try, every yard of crape, and every portrait that
could be had w ore nought up at fabulone prices.
While thou= di' succeeded in getting his por
trait, hundred .4 'ef thousands, yea millions, tried
is vain .. The U. Manufacturing Co. of Pitts
burg, Pa. bad • about 2000 copies that wens unsold
during . the campaign, outside of these there
were not oar hundred copies in that city. In
less than tw o hours after it had become known
that they 1 Lad them, every one was sold and
.ore wore wanted. One young min
bought 500 ' of them, and sold them within an
hour—clear • 'big $6O on them. This firm immedi
ately te/eIP 'aphed, to the leading picture pub- •
Ushers of ' the country, and bought up all that
- could be 1 . iad--:about 15,000.. They will, while
these Wt.' send •them to any address !in the
United Eita, ;es pod psid at the following rate: 1
portrait 5 " 00. 5 for $2.00, 25 for $6.00, 60 for
$lO.OO, or, 100 t0r.515.00. Any one ordering one
hundred e .an readily sell them in a few hours for
$50.00. 0' • led canvassers can make $5OO in the
next 30 des ys selling them. - Whether you wish
one or 10C • address -
MOYKENT FOE ALL.
TO NEILL A .
Tie! , poor as well u the rich, the old as well
as the: young ; themife, as well as the husband,
iho7 , oung maiden as welles the young man, the
r, well as the boy. may just as well earn a
; dollars in honest employment, as to sit
lank .33d the house and wait for others to. earn it
for I; hem We can give you employment, all the
ttlill 3, or during your spare hours ,only; travel
or in your , own neighborhood, among your
ins' ads. and acquaintances. if you do not care
for ; en 4 ployment, we can - impart valuable infor
mal, ion to you free of cost. It will cost you only
ono cer it fora Postal card to write for our Pros-
Poo, tus, and it may be the , means of mating you
a fp' iod many dollars.
E 4;1 n 0.4 neglect this opportunity. Yon do not
11.1 ode to Invest a large sum of money and run a
grf sat rh ik af losing it. You will readily see that
it • will t wr an easy matter to make from SIG. to
$l.OO. a v ,reek, and establish a lucrative, and hide
r indent business, honorable, staaightfbrward
and pro; l iftable. Attend to this matter NOW, for
here is ; MONEY IN IT for all who engage with
tail. We will surprise yolk and you will wonder
vvhy you never vrote to us before. Wr. c=an
MILL PA: limetarna num. Address
(Nam la this papal %)
iftpt./ 22, 'Bl-Gme s.
Homo, Send currencyfo 23 cenr
$ n in ew HO stamps or
13004. It treats all disease.. baa 35 fine emu-
Inge/ showing pot Miens sunned by.oick horses.
'WOKt, table oblates, slugs collection
of .VALUAELB REOIPI33, tides
fur telling thee go of a horse, with an engraving
Winning teeth of ho rse yaar. and a luge amount
of other vela:ibis-s Information . Dr. Wm.
H. Hall says. have bought books that I raid
$5 and $lO for which I do not like is as I do
yours.' AIM lei • altel7Wty AGM, WWI=
B.J. Wands% W. D.; Iliteiburigh lank Vt.
Ku 20.1 yr:
lot drill in the market. It will
'ric :on and competitive trial.
U. For sale a new Champion
$3O, sad itp.
Excellent ma cbesp
i Wood Axles or Beat
i" Iron Axles. First
.est and warranted In
and Top Buggies—
t. Bend for prices.
is to snit.
, ominon lead pain to
LIT.S FOOT OIL.
rm. Ellis. Monitor
aerie, Canton (oblo)
rs, Stockbridge and
ars, prices lists and
TRACY Main Si
IE k, WILL BR
Swing chap Is at
ce to, the public that,
age stock of •
GRAIN. SALT. FISH'
.ISIONB generally. - ,
U.S. IifAIiIIFACITTRING CO.
BIJOICF.IrE 11•F•O CO.,
•L still to be found it the OLD STAND
Next door to Dr.ll. C. Porter's Drug Store
Wl= A HULL LINZ OP
FINE AMERICAN AND SWISS
J.:-:. W's .L 'lt Y..,
STERLING SILVER AND
FINE PLATED WARE,
SPECTACLES dz EYE:GLASSES,
FROM, TIIO3HEAPIIST TO THE BEFIT.
ALL 1 0F WHICH WILL EE BOLD AT THE
( VERY LowEer PRICER,
C7locks; Watches anddewelry promptly repaired
by an experienced and. competent workman.
(Succoisor to Mr. McNeon,)
_DEALER IN ~
AND LOYAL SOCK
0 0 A L,
"irs' or •-• is 01:4' ' ers I I I :
Er LOWEST PRICES FOR . CARR.
The patronage of my old friends and the public
generally is solicited. - 9543 P: .80
`917-M;il Mar g yri: X W - triAutiM'''''':'' - =
r l 11 111 tr I k 1 , ' _ stesect•Ft •—: •il
....... 4407 . ..len.
L .. 1 S o•Sl v 'tffi
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"ritiv'tt): - , e__6
sio,,..ci• . . . - --- N ,.,,..: N „ •
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„..,4.... . 4 . - I L . AG o
( c ° o o .pida ... CHIC
• • • .4 . ..IICMICAGO & tobliThf-wr§za. & ~,i,_,....- A ,
Chicago & North-Western
Is the OLDEST 1 BEST CONSTRUCTED I BEST
• WUMPED and hence the
OF =E -
West and Northweit
It is the short and beet route , between ChicsgO
and all points in
NORTHERN TIMINOIS.rIOWA, DAKOTA. WY
OMING, Nebraska. Callifoinis, Oregon. Arizona,
Utab. Colonic, Idaho. Montana, Nevada, and
Council Bluffs, Ornaha,Denver,
LEADMIR, SALT LAKE. I
San Franoisco.i)eadwood, Sioux 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, Watertown. Houghton.
Neenah. Menasha, St. Paul, Minneapolis. Huron.
Volga, Fargb, Bismarck, Winona, LaCrosse,
Owatonna, and all points in Minnesota, Dakota,
Wisconsin and the Northwest,
At Council Bluffs the Trains of the Matzo &
North-Western and she U. P. Wys depart _from,
arrive at and use the same joint Union Depot.
At Chicagb, close Connections are , made with
the Lake Shore, Michigan Central, Baltimore &
Ohio, Ft. Wayne and Pennsylvania, and Chicago
& Grand Trunk Try', and the Kankakee and Pan
Jpirclose connections made at - Junction Points.
- It is the ONLY LINE running •
/ Pullman Hotel Dining Cars
1- - BETAW .
• . Chicago and Council Bluffs. -
Pullman Sleepe r rs on all Sight Trains.
Insist upon Ticket Agents selling you Tickets
via this road. Examine your Tickets, and refuse
to buy if they do - not read over the Chicago &
If you wish' Hie Best Traveling Accommoda
tions you will buy your Tickets bj this route,
giirAND WILL TAKE NONE OTHER. :
All Ticket Agents sell Tickets by. this Line.
IiIIGHITT, 2d V.P.
apr7 'Bl-Iy. ' - Chicago
tarriag e?lilaking and
E. PIA. EIELIN GF.
Having leased his farm in Warren,
has located in the above
branches of busi;
FRONT ST., BELOW BBIDGB,
Wowanda, Pa: -
RE JAAS/iITABLING FOR 40 HOSSEt3.
For use of 041% 5 cents each. Also, Horses
and Carriages for base.
Blackanrithing jai all ffs branches. promptly
done, Horse Shoeing a spccfalty.
Carriages Manufactured and Repalied. If 7012
want anything in the above 1ine.4.11 on
MRS. A. B. WHITNEY,
DRESS-FITTER & DRESSMAKER
- Al,BO AGENT FOR THE
Domestio Perfect-Fitting I:iiitterrs
No. 3 Bridge St., Towanda.
Stock entirely new and fresh from the city; 110
old goods in stook.
GOods and work unsurpassed either in styles
or make, up. oct2B-iy
RUMP :TREY -. BROS. & TRACY,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of
MEN'S, BOYS; WQMEN'S, MISSES, AND CIFILDRENS
Boots, Shoes, Rubbera, &Gii
CORNER. MAIN AND ELIZABETH STREETS,
HMI REMOVED MS GROCERY Braixra ?
AND BRIDGE EITBEETI. *lira
- lig HAS ZSTABLIMIED •
Head - Quayl e:
FOR :141211711717G TifEiLIZ.:E tit
CASH PAID for Desirable Pro.
duce. Fin© BUTTER and EGGy
tif.0...0-Lithograph picture or u"4." '
JAMES A. ,GARPIELD.
This beautiful wort of art is printed fa p i
colors, on heavy' er, and mounted- ready
Ming on the wall. it is not only a corr€ct
trait, but also contains the historical evezta
his:life, shows the Vona at Mentor, AStalltiMl4,
and the Deallpßed Scene. It Is a magiaxit
Memorial Picture. Circulars and terms free.-
Address, 11. W. -KELLEY k
711 &Diem Street; Philadelphia, p i
Sept. 29, 188141.
HORSE._ o Bend 25 cis.
r y; fo
'mum Luirrion of "A Treatise dncurrenc the Efo r uat ri l
his Diseases." It•gives the best trfatrieza
all diseases, has GO fine engibavings
ses taught in any other way, a table. showing qua
of all the principal medicines used for the hua
as well as their effects and Mitidetee
25 at ,.. poison, a large cilllectiost
am .tininur arczrriw, ruler tr
telling the age of a horse, with an engrt,,,
showing teeth of each year and large-tn o l
of other yaluable horse information., 805,4
of horsemen have pronounced it Worth u.su
than books costing $5 . The
2G0,000 sold in about onef ear before it
vised shows how popular the book is, Th t .
vised edition is arm woar. mrrzussrisni
you • cractruts. AGESTS , WANTED, Dr.
Kendall & Co, Inosburgh Falls, Vermont
Mar 11-Iyr. . •
a. H. SIMMINSi.
THE FAI 3 HIONALI3I.E
BOOT, -SHOE AND GAITER
- - MANUFACTURER. -
Is noir propired to do all kinds of liork:s
his line in the latest styles; and .of the W I
material. i: -
ALL WORK and MATERIAL WAxtzliz,
Repairing done neatly and prottvir
on short notice. 4n PATTONt
BLOCK Over Jacob's Clothing Store,
Yon need not Die .. to Win
,Bath, N. T.
You receive one-hilt of your inenrance,“
cording to the American Life Table, when to
thirds of yottr life expectancy ifflnithed-1_
Ulna tra Mtn. a man or woman joining the Au>
ciati on at 36 years of age taking a certilcattin
$2,500, receives 11.275 when a-little over Si ma
of age, exactly the period trl life when s late
financial help,is generally more needed thus
BLADES A ROGERS,
General Agent. for Pen
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURE
PAPER RULER, Scc.
Alfred. J. Purvis
No. 131 Genesee street,
All work in his line done well and promptly it
Parties having volumes incomplete will be hr•
nished with any missing numbers at cost price.
All orders given to J. J. Scanlan, Agent kr
Bradford County, will be promptly executed sc•
cording to directions. . sep3•tt
THE MOST SUCCESIAVEL REMEDY eve? ILP
covered, as it is certain In its effects and doe
not blister. Also excellent far human
BEAHPBOOF BELOW. - .
FROM COL. L.T. FtiSTE:IL
r Youngstown, Ohio, May.,loth,
'Dn. B.J. S7.24DALL dr. Co:—I- had a very es>.
ble Hambletonlan colt which I prized very t. 41 --
ly, he bad a large bone spavin on one joint sal
a swill one on the other which made hinfltrl
lame; I had hiniunder the charge of tws Teter
nary surgetins which failed to cure him. lie
one day reading the advertisement of Kends-'t
Spavin Cnrekti the Chicago. Express, Ileum: -
ed at once to try it, and got our druggists hen
to send for 14 they ordered three bottles . ; It' d
them all and thought I Wald give it a there;i:
trial, I used It according to directions; and tV
_fourth day the colt ceased to be lama, and Ot
lumps have disappeared. I used but tine
and the colts limbs are as free' from limps
as smooth as any horse in -the state.
tirely cured. The cure was so remarkable
I let two of my neighbOrs have the rentsumi
two bottles, who are now using it. ,
• • Very Respectfully
Kendali's • Sparna' Cure
ON HUMAN FLESH.
Fatten's Mills, Wasleton co., N.Y.. Feb.21:6 1 .
Da. IL J. KENDALL, Dear Sir:—The psrudal
s .See on which I used your Kendall's 3ov:a
Ira/ a malignant ankle sprain of sixteen moatti
standing. I had tried many things, bat in
Your Spalin Cure put the foot to the grecal
again, and for the urst time sinco Wert, tag
natural position. For a family limmeat it ei•
cols anything we aver aged.
• Yours truly,
• REV. 11. P. BELL.
Pastor of M. E. Church, Fattens 31111SN,+
Price $l, per bottle. or , •1s bottles tern s .
Druggists bare it or can get it for you, it TLA
be sent to any address on receipt of price bj
proprietors, DR. 13. .1. KENDALL & CJ., •
burgh Falls. Vt. Sold.st 7.
Dr. H. C; Porter's Dril; So