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FARM AND GARDEN
FARKENG AS AN GOCIIPATIOX.--Boys
railed in cities and surfeited with
so! **la, often imagine that they would
like to be farmers. Let them follow
the example t have given, only extend
ing it through a whole year, taking the
same relative positions that they would
be forced to take in learning any other
business. Begin at the bottom, step
ping on the lowest rounds of the ladder,
and touching every one, until the top is
reached. This is the way to ijuslify a
man for managing a farm. Young men
who have taken this - way of ;learning
farming, though their early years have
been passed along pavbd streets, and in
echools, haveniade some of our moat
There is another road that is often
taken, but not often with lasting satis
faction. Buy, or otherwise acquire a
farm, subscribe for revere agricultural
papers. purchase books on farming,
purchase a full set of tools and =whin
ery.—Learn by experiment, and if your ,
money an zeal last_long enough, and•
sou work hard, you will finally make a
good fanner, bat your 7111
be a costly one. I knew a oars ;gusto
like this: A farmer's son was 'educat
ed,' as people say. He bad his four
years of classical study allowed him by
a rule of the Court, and spent nearly.
his three year in a lawyer's office, when
circumstances made it necessary for
Lim to go to his father's house, and as-
same the management of nearly one
thousand acres of land—perhaps one
third of it called 'improved;' that is, it
had been partly cultivated. Log heaps,
piles of stones, clumps of bushes, and
swampy places adorned the fields. The
• owner was just twenty-one years old—
without other -knowledge of practical
farming than ,such as he had acquired
in observing the rude processes of that
long ago time, daring vacations, and
one summer with the hired men when
a lad of sixteen !years. He found his
lands in the occupancy of tenants, who
mast remain for one season. He went
into the - fields with ;ibex, tenants and
worked 'without other- compensation,
than instruction in the use of tOols, and
devoted the season to trying to learn
enough to justify. his ,attempting the
.management of the farm. The next
year he assumed direction. Foremen
were not yet invented to help incompe
tent fanners. He had a team, plow,
etc., for his own use, and to; a while
worked with his men, but soon learned
that seventy-five cents a day would pay
a better man than ho was for holding a
plow, and that his eyes to overlook the
whole work, were worth more than his
hands driving a team.—Hou. GEORGE
GEDDES, in Anierican Agriculturist for
NOTES ON LIVE STOCK. IS WDITEIL-
The farm animals at this season are
directly dependent upon the care, and
attention of the farmer. To pass the
winter with profit they must be well
kept Animals are very complicated
engines, and must be run by careful
engineers. The food they receive is the
fuel, and the daily nabbing, cleaning,
etc., may be likened to the inspection,
cleaning and oiling of the engine. The
f iel must be equal to the demands made
Of the animal engine, else the machinery
will be run at a disadvantage, and there
fore with diminished profit. When the
water is low and the fire almost out, the
engine is a source of loss to the owner.
On the other hand the fire may be brisk.
and the boiler Well supplied, but some
screw is loose, or a part rubs another
too closely and the friction thus pro
duced neutralizes much of the force.—
So in the animal machine, all . . the parts
mast work harmoniously together, or
in other words there must be perfect
health to obtain the best results. An
animal that'• have the 'best of food in
sufficient qtiantity, and still' pass a hard
.winter, and with Out 'profit to its owner.
Food 'of the_beet kind without shelter,
ik in the animal econorny'likii fuel in an
engine that ! is 'rusty and loose and out
of order. *lli are expensive methods
o: arriving* detired results. It takes
too lunch fcirie to run the machine in
both cases. As it is cheaper to have a
good engine et:pt in good order, so it is
to have an animal in health and com
fort. The thoughtful farmer twill see
many other points of likeness between
the animal machine and the one con
structed by human hands, but this is
znough to suggest the 'importance of
keeping farm animals in a healthful and
comfortable condition by means of warm
stables with clean floors and pure
• American Agricuiturist for December.
SHELTER SAVES FOOD-18 PROFTTABLE.
Eyery keeper of animals- *mild actu
ally profit by a little study of chemistry
and physiology. Here is a short lesson:
AU kinds of rood, as hay, grain, bread,
meat, etc., are, like wood, mainly com
posed of charcoal (carbon) and water,
with considerable nitrogen in some of
them. To proYe this strongly beat any
of the above food materials in a coal pit,
or better, Onderglas.3. Water, withsome
nitrogen gas, will be driven, off and can
be found in the glass receiver, 'while
only charcoal will remain. Let in:more
air and the charcoal itself will unite with
the oxygen of the atmosphere, and also
go off as a transparent, invisible Car
bonic acid gas. - This chemical action
sets at lit.erty heat that was before coix
cealed of inaerisible, the same as when
wood or coat is burned rapidly in a
stove s stove s - 1
ildrrYipg an active • fire; or as
when wt,od decays, but gives off best
so slow a 3 not to be observed. We must
have an ever-burning fire in both the
animal sad human system. If the sur
rounding atmosphere is cold, and car
ries off beat rapidly hrom the surface of
- the body, we must increase the internal
- production of heat by patting in more
, good, or by surrounding the body -with
a covering that prevents the escape of
le it not plain then, that by keeping
aminials warm by means of close build
ings, or shelter against heat-stealing
winds, leas food will be needed, and
there will be less waste of flesh in mak
ing heat ? Any arrangement of shelter,
cover. stable, shed, blankets—anything
that will prevent the natural warmth
from passing Away from the surface of
the animal — wal'beliirear . , tOffail of
food required to keeit'uP the abiantely
necesarry internal lifeiwarmth; will pre
vent loss of flesh; will allow they food to
go more to adding to weight Of ilesb, or
the yield of milk, or of - -Shelter
and external warmth - . in cold weather
7einost economleal aud tberfic!re profit
at. 'e in the keeping of farm stock.—
American Agricaletiriff for December.
, ' ~...i: _ ............ I 1 ,
- I a first class iakwinau in a Dry
Alma in Towanda. Address With fall
nainaoll reference, Merchant P. 0. Bow, qsa.
All oonlmtualcathms confidential.
Dr. Seuat~d its a= &i*OOl.7sfsma.;
The experience , of the late Dr. 7. O.
HoMaid as anparintendeot of schools. at
Vicksburg is thus recounted by Edward
Eggleston in the December (lentut7:
At theOnd of the tedious river voy
age. he found that the public schools
which he bad been called to superin
tend hie not yet been organised, and
that * beyond a - depertF 4oll t Of ; Oiffirles
they' had no etistance. Dr.'
was, warned that aisoiplioe via out of
the question—that if he exacted obedi
enee be would be put out by the larger
boys. There ensued a stern fight for
suptemacy between him and his reboil
ions pupils, in which his quick decision
of chaiseter gave him the mastery.
Even at a later day than - this, such a
thing as shooting of a school-master for
whipping a boy was not unknown in
South-westand it is ,a wondet that
Dr. Holland escaped violence.' illoth
ingbut his superior quit tress and
faltering courage savekhim. thiCe,
the, Urger ; boys ; resehiliVetr revenge.
One who had entered a :lamp pmilslit,
nient at his hands provided himself
with a club, and, backed by a crowd of
burly, overgrown school-fellows, waited
to attack the teacher on his way to the
post-office. Seeing the crowd, and
knowing.its meaning, Doctor Holland
fixed l is'steady dark eyes on the one
who held the club, clinched his fists,
and 'Walked straight forward through
the very midst of the group which, melt
ed sbirly away at the approach of the
terrible master. When the lehele bad
dispersed, the teacher found the prints
of his nails in the palm of his hands.
Though be staid in Vicksburg but fif
teen months, he wrought a revolution
in its educational system. In , less than
a [year from his coming, the private
schools were all given up, except one
which derived its support from out-of
town,papils. The schools were grad
d, and were taught in one building
under his supervision.
Eli Pdrkins on Proposing.
OLD FASHIONED VAT.
'May I call you Paula?' he asked
'Yes,' she said, faintly.
'Dear Paula!—may I call you that?'
. •I suppose so.'
'Do you know I love you?'
'And shall I love you always?'
'lf you wish to.'
- *And Will you lire me?' ; -
Paula did not reply.
'Will you, Paula?' he repeated.
'You may love me;' she said again.
'Bat don't you love me in return?'
'I love you to love me.'
'Won't you say anything more ex
,I would rather not.' , •
They were married and happy within
NEW FAESION'ED WAY.i
Her eyes shone a beautiful,. joyous
light, when be leaned forward and said:
'Julia, I have something confidential
to tell you.' '
'What is it. Augustus?! she asked in
a low, silvery voice—a 4 nd of German
'Well, Julia, to be frank with you, I
think that under some circutastatces
might love you. Now do you love me?'
'Yes, Au -ustns, Ido love you, you
know I do,' and then flung her tdabas
ter arms around his neck.
'I am very glad. Julia.' he Piaci, 'for
I like to beloved.'.
'Well Angustue?' .7:
But ..Auguatus never -; said another
word. Fashionable fellows never say
more than that nowadays.
They were never raarried.
Moau..—Girls l never tell. a fellow
that you love him till he has asked you
to be his wife. —Pima Eli Perkins,
Saratoga in 1901.
'Mr. Blank,' began a citizen as he
entered an omen near the City Mall;
'just one year ago to-day I• camein be.. 9
and called you a liar. I believed *oat
I said, and for a year we have not spok
en to glob other. Wit'atu a week past
I have found out that I was mistaken,.
and I now apologize for harsh
Words and express my sorrow that I
was ever led to indulge in such lan
guage.' 'Mr. G.,' replied the other, as
he extended his hand,: 'your frsnitness
begets frankness. 1 Daring the last year
but one you moll'. were friends. Yon
borrowed upward of seventy dollars „of
me in small Wm% and never repaid a
dollar. This last year we have been ene
mies, and I am ahead financially.
While I may long to forgive you, I
must look out kir the interests .of my
growing family: Let ns compromise
by nodding to each other in Sunday
school, paying our own way outside. ,
'Air, I shall never nod to yon in San
day-school or elsewhere!' said Mr. G.,
and he walked out as stiff as a ramrod
andleft the door wide open.--Detroit
Free Press. .
A railroad man met with a painful ac
cident the other evening. He had just
emptied one schooner of beer, and was
in the act of reaching for another when
his wife appeared unexpectedly upon
the scene. 4 He was caught between the
bumpers, with the usual result.
`'" A Card. -
We take great-pleasure in calling the at
tention of out Mends 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 hog 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 medicinti will loosen it and as
sist the Throat and Lungs to expel the offend
ing matter. leaving &Om in s< healthy con
dition, free from irritation, and the air pas
sages clear, besides invigorating and
strengthening the general system. Price 50
cents. For the positive cure of Consump
tion, CoughsrOolds, Asthma, Bronchitis. Dry,
Hacking Cough, Loss of Voice,•/rsitatiow. of
the Throat, Soreness of the Gook Psini in
the Longs. Spitting of :Mood., Ciotti). It fne
enza. whooping Cough and'Lnng Fever we
recommend this medicine above all others.
Yours truly, CLAME B. PORT3III,
Jane 2-1y..1 8..814 Ward Ease Block.
Why suffer such unspeakable tortures,
Rheumatism has been Conquered, Kendall's
Spavin Cure is the victor. Read the adv't.
Piles are frequently preceded.by a sense of
weight In the back, loins and lower part of
the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose
be has some affection of the kidneys or
neighboring organ* At times aYmPtomo of
indigestion are present as flatpleney, uneast.
newel the stomach, etc. A moisture like
perspimition, producing a very disagreeable
itching, particularly at nigtt after getting
warm to bed, is a very common attendant.
Internal, External and Itching Piles yield at
once on the applicitiOn of Dr. Bosankb's Pat
Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts
affected, absorblng.the Tumors, allaying the
intense Itching, and affecting a permanent
cure wkere , all other remedies have failed.
Do not delay until the drain on the system
;nodules permanent disability, but try •it
And be cured.' Price, SO cents. - Ask your
%ter It, and. when you cannot obtain itffi a lm; ire trill 'send it, prepaid; on seapt
of prfae.akddreas The Drs &nuke Medicine
.Bold by' Chid 13.-Porter.
Bad of Ward Haase Block..
June 2-117- •
I " :-. •
IRON .B are ly ettaxameeaka lams
ring a certain and effielent ton ic;_especiellyledigestion, Dyspepsia, Inter.
i Fixers, Want of Appetit', Lou qf Streagai, Lack of Iblergy, de. Etaiehea
the blood, strengthens the muscles, and giveenew life to the nerves: They tie
like a charm on the digestive organs, reuzlnCdyspeptitsytnßinnut, Stleli
Riding the Food, .Beleking, Heat in Me ,geae - ,bers, etc. The only.
iron Preparathin that will not b
headaehe. Sold by all druggists: Write ibrAte AB t 3 Books 82 PP- et
useful and amusing reading—sent free.
BROWN .CLEBINICALAJO., ialamiike;
THE POPULAR CORNER !
GEO. L. ROSS,
Ida filled up the old MONTANYE STORE with
a full and complete stock of FRESH
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
PRICES AS LOW AS TEE LOWEST.
can here for your Groceries. After you get
prices at Boss' it will be of no use to try else.
where for his prices are down to rock bottom.
Farmers can get the ilp.top of the market a
Ow. L. Rosi'.. kinds of Produce taken in ex.
ehange'for goods or - for - cash.' - -
(NEXT DOOR To PEI= k 00.
s prepared' to offer a complete assort
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
WHITE and DECORATED CHINA.
Latest designs and patterns of
For the , Coming Spring Trade, we
adhere as heretofore to our established
principle—that a quick wile With a small
profit is better than a slow one with a
large profit—and 'therefore our prices
in any line of goods will compare
favorable with the prices of any other
marWe endeavor to sell. the- hes
article for tie least. possible money.
LOEWUS & FREIMUTH.
E;KIi.D.WCY: j. WOFZT
. - RHEUMATISM
As it is for all direarcs of tho KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND DOWELS.
- Is Crusts the astral of the sciid Yoh=
that causes the drtatilfal sulii6ring which
only the victims of Ithatuaugism cam =Aliso.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of 'Ma worst faratt of this teigiido disease
have been quickiy short time
' PERFECTLY - CURED.
has had wasiderfiel &needs, and an immense
see in eOrr.7 part of tho Country. In hun
dreds of C 3323 it I:secured where all oho' had
failed. Itis mild, but efficient, CERTAIN
IN - ITS ACTION, tmt hanaless in all cum
rr It cleanses, Steenelbeas and sloosNew
Life to nil the important origins or - the body.
Tho natant oottou of tho Kidneys is restored.
The Th.:tris cleansed of all disease, and the
Bowels . m.)7c freely and healthfully. In this
vthe'word disagree N - adhaatul. from
oio iti oyez, houSatioldas '
Merlyn cures 3311.10170711.3. LONBTIPA.
TlOti. PILES raid all.rlnni kt:P
/1; TIE!) r 7 Vegetable Form. In tiffean;
one pal: . of r loti in.:..kcA. quarts medicine.
Also Form. very Coeirestratedfor
the emsrciomo of who cannot readiltPee
pare it. /f acts with mai efficiency in catherform.
GET IT OF YOUR DRUGGIST. MCP, 411.00.
WELL!. RICIIIRDSON Co., Prop's.
(Will rend the dry post-paid.) sr RILINGTOS, TT,
OLD ESTABLISHMENT. I
call the atten
' thin of FARMERS . and
others to hie large and complete
open & Top Buggies
all of hie
own MANUFACTURE and war
ranted in every par-.
Bryant's Flexible Springs used in all Platform
Wagons. The easiest and best in use. •
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY!
Loot at these figures' •
Two Seated Carrtiges from ... • $l5O to $176
Photons. one seated _ 125 to 150
Top Buggies . , 125 to 100
1 80 to 100
Democrat Wagons 90 to -110
liemember that the above are all Bally warrant
ed. gest-class or nopay. . ,
Repairing promptly atttended to at 25 per cent
below Istitfears pliers. ..
:4 0 11 , ariP7 itat.tiliti UN! Elimibetkita,
~.,' ,' •-iN k. *44 Ditr4tlWr.
.. sowrio i - . .--- :, , 4 , -.• _ v ~. , - _ . ,
Man Street, First Ward.
JOHN W. KLINE,
HIVING 1/EISOVID 1118 _
o a more convenient loestion. and established
himself inthe Carroll Block. opposite Seely's
Hotel. is prepared to supply. his patrons with
THE otioiogrr oP xtaers..-, ,
FISH.OYSTERS IN THEIR SEASON.
_ . . , MEE IMUCTAHLM -
ticarevna ie., a
srpowasa SAURiGH.4 47. An or
den prompUr delivered.
FALL AND WINTER
ATTENTION IS INVITED to our
They are too well known to require
any commendation— • -
We ! also have - a line of CHEAP BASE
BURNERS, the best of their claw in
the market, and well adapted for sup-
plying .a demand for an efficient bat in
expensive beating stove.
SerAVOOD, HEATING STOVES in
Sold In Towanda and vicinity by
A.D.DYE & CO.
A LARGE STQCK.OF
Wood Cook Steven
CA RRIA(IEMAKERS AND
- BLACKSAUTHS7 SUPPLIES,
AND A GENERAL STOCK OF
WAIN- ST., TOWANDA.
Towanda, Oct. 31st, 1881.
• Yon that have beauty,
Como and let us take it,
- And you that have none,
Come and let us make it.
- Cordially invite the public to-give cheat a call
Rooms formerly - occupied by
G, a Wood, -
. • .. T.O.W4NDA.. PENN.
Recent improvements In the skylight hays far
lashed facilities for taking perfect - pictures
quickly and Mall kinds of weather. -
PORTRAITSIFROM PHOTOGRAPHS and DE
CEASED PERSONS a specialty.. Finished in In
die Ink, Water Colors. Crayons, orPastelles, any
FINEST WORK OF ARTISTIC EXCEL
LENCE °MUMMER. A •
STOCK of FRAMES ON HAND
C.l i riiti• I !.'iii*OCOEWELU
'Vcrirsia;'Oct 11 ' ;1880: ' 17
A. 41 glOkTi_ A TA,41 1 4
: -:: -:- iian4ri,:i and :pain'. iii .• ' .
UCH AS WIGS, BANDEAUX, the popular
Chatelaine -1131 raid,
EVERYTHING BILIENGINGro ism HAMMON
• 111rSpecIalAttentIOn ilrem to COMBINGS
Boots all turimdono
• SIVITEHER from $1 amide: Also Agent for
Hunter's Invisible FaeoPcrader,
Madam elark's Corsets, said
Shoulder Brice Motion.
• /ErPartbsolor attralloa pot t 3 dressingwk.
balrst their homes or at my :'place of burin*,
over Enna i unarettvs store.
n 01118432 - Val. D. V. STZDOIL
- _ A. N. NELS
WATQ - $ B
s• GOLD AND PLAT=
,•• " ; NM= - •
of we* wield% wad Spiciselea. sirrusseatat
attention paid is repairing. Shop in -Deems
t , Vclu lg a r s circw..7*.*kiztaizefit s r Towanda,
a angle...l = 7: 7 . CaliplMO
.l • ,
INTO : N.AWDL'.--:'
G. N. WOOD CO.
will: oppii 'theii:-Ne*..olllert - in
. . - • - 4:I'? '-:: -; 4 - . - iVi,..l - :,Z t', .1 . ,:-,1 p 1 ...,,,,,, „:, :Tv
33h)(ilc s ,
ool3e ilioaday of Apail. IBm Atti4 up
attires saw. with the beet of insitigusta. wa
ant PNI* I O to !am
Tintrin4 41 item sittipir4idt 4r so ,as.
In suit ranuloaaa. - 10 tor of all
*ads ot Pbotoarraqba,sad tittalm aud large
vim work peep al Mu tailale•
ells us Idl em! w< will to y and mum -
is primula quality. - mar 90 :
Doaler . ln Serail Saw &oda..
BOOKBINDING OF ALL KINDS
DONE, NEATLY 'and - CHEAPLY.
=Pine Blank Books
r writ snemly.
This department of my bullies. is Tay com
pieta. and befog a practical sawysr nowelf I know
the Inuits of my patrons.
13AW MAIM. -
constantly on band.- W 11.15 worth of designs
for $l. bend for price lista.
•• REPORTER " •DlNDlatlf.
P.O. boa 1513. Towanda. Pa
WE KEEP IN STOCK
EVERY QUALITY OF
; • • ?
! • - Acia,
. • I • IP
AND WILL DO ALL . KIND SOP;
A 7 880R7 NOTICE.
WE HAVE IN STOCK
A SPLENDID LINE OF
Tram, WILL BR
METED IN THE BEST STYLE
AT REASONABLE RAILS.
. 7 , :.:7,-•.7 T.8;PG,E ., :'1. 1 , , f :--. 7 .T . : j'''
BED1(00 11111i ir
•••" --415 aP"
Everything In the Pura.
We make &specialty of this branch
and shall give it our personal attention.
We have a full line of ,
and will not be unders9ld. Give us a
call before purchosing elsewhere.
N. B.—J. S. Allyn `has no connec
tion with our business.l
Stevens & Long
COB. AWN AND PINE WEI
They invite attention to their complete
; are= constantly teeming-the
=welt and latest patterns ir.
L . B;: PIERCE;
Successor to N. P. Hicks
TOWANDA. JAN. 28114 1881.
General Dealers in 1
To their nor stoma
(The 013 stand of Pox, S Wrens dr MercnrJ
assortment and very large stook of
Choice New Goal, which they
have alwayv on hand.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION RIVEN
And Cash Paid- for Desirable Kinds.
DR. CREAM CAMPHOR. IS THE
NAME of the popular Linament that cares
Itheumatism. Neuralgia, Swollen or Stiffened
Joints, Frost Bites.. Pain in the Face., Head or
Spine. Chopped Hands, Bruises, sprains. Burns,
Mosquito BUN. 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 2 , TP cts.
N. 8.-This Liniment received s Prize Medal
at the State lair. 1879.
AIM JONES, Wore, 319 N. 3d St.., MU. Ps.
Jan. IS. 6-in.
IS THE NAME OF the pooppular Liniment
that auras Ithennualim. Ninralgla, Swollen or
Stiffened Joints, Frost Bites. pain in the Face.
Head or Spine. Mapped hands, Bruises. Sprains
Burns. Mosquioto ies, Sting or Bite of an in:
sect, Poison from common Poison Vines. eta.,
for man or, beast. Always reliable, and almost
instantaneous In Its relief. Rating en agreeable
odor. it Is pleasant to . spiny. Sold b 7 all drug
gists. Price 25 canto._
N. B.—This Liniment received &Prise Medal a
the State Fair.lBl9. ' • Mat 2017.
AT CRANE'S CANCER
• MARV, ADDISON, N. Ir..
HUNDREDS OF PERSONS from all Parts of
the world have been cured of this much dreaded
disease and are now living witnesses that they
hare been rescued from • terrible and untimely
death.. Doctors. Ministers and the Poor treated
Free. Write foraCimulnrgivingtoll particulars.
Address Drs. GEO. CRANE k RUSH BROWN.
Addison. N. Y. .. Sept.llo.lFr.GPßeco.
KENDALL'S Eirattritr CUBE
sun -to cue *Vostok Splines,
It ensnares all unnatural
entergensen ual ts. 'nose not sums.
BM to eq for any lawm
beast or ann. It ham clued hlp en
•Join o t n
lameness In a person who bad sof
, brad 15 yam. - Also cured rhea:dna.
• , tism. torus. frost-Men 'or my
mobile; oat or ladeness. It has no equal.tor
any ,blandalr on „bateau'. Send for Illustrated
denlar irlytag roarivs rigor.. Price $l. ALL
DRUGGISTS bare It or can gain for you. Dr. BJ
Kendall' is 00., Proprietors. /bioaounth Falls
ernout,_ U. O..POWILIRIII. Agent. Towanda. l's.
9N wuje llAND iy
of —A rape llo r e .
White an red Cards, and other
material. for executing first-Chum Job
Printing, at the Cifice of Tan Burt.
vORD RIII4PLICAN: AU orders prompt'
executed, and at the timid, cosh total
.:::;.:*** - o . **.3Ers
An Ithuitnited - weekly --- 16 Page?.
O BOTH AND MOTS OF.PROM SIX TO
OULTEfOi =WS OF ACE.
WI. ALL coirimenoes Novemb r.. 1,1881,
OWN THE TIMIS TO SUISOOME.
The Tome PXosta kaktimen_frolis the drat
sutessaful beyond anticipition.-;qlr. Ereamg
It has s distinct ;snipes to which it steadily
adliered—that, namely, of supplanting the
vicious papers for the young with • paper more
attractive, as well se .more whoksome.— Boston
For neatnesi v eleganoe of engraving; and eon
tents generally, ALI' unsurpassed .0/ anTßilbli
catknt of the kind yet brought to our. notice.—
Pittsburgh audit. . '
Its weekly visits are eagerly , looked for, not
only, by the children, but also by parents who
are anxious to•provide pure literature for their
girls and boys.—ChridUot.ddeocate, Buffalo, N.Y.
A week'y paper for children which parents
need not fear to let their children reed at the
fondly Aside.—/forybrd LAW, 'Naga. •
- ;oat the piper to take the eye and immure the
attention of the bop' , and girls:—Spnegfield
HARPER'S YOUNG- PEOPLE, • ' 5i..5,3
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Bigots Nomasna Four Cents each.
The Bound Volume for 1831 will be ready early
in November. Price .33.00: Postage Preitstd•
Cover for Tomo ProvLa for 1881, 35 cents: Post*
age, 13 cents additional.
Resnittances who,wld bo made' by PostAface
Money Order or Waft, to avoid chance of loss.
Newspapers' are sot to copy this advertisement
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Jost received s large stock of Sagan, Teas,
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A LIFE-LIKE CRAYON PORTRAIT
A few short _hours after our brava President's
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during the campaign-, outside of these 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
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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, send them to any address in the
United Statespost paid at thelollowing rate: .1
portrait 50c. 5- for 112.00, 25 for $6.00, 50 for
$lO.OO, or 100 for $15:00. Any ono ordering ono
hundred can readily sell them in a few hour* for
$50.00. Good canvassers can make $5OO in the
next 30 days selling - them. Whether you wish
one or 100 address
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POiVANDA. , PA.
_ . 14x10 INCHES.
L elan to be found at die OLD STAND
Next door to Dr. H. C.. Porter's. Drug Store
FINE AMERICAN AND SWISS
STERLING SILVER AND
FINE PLATED WARE,'
SPECTACLES & EYE GLASSES,
PROM THE CHEAPEST TO THE HEST.
W ALL OF WHICH WILL EE BOLD,AT THE
VERY LOWEST PRICES; '
Clock', Watches and Jewelry ',unaptly repaired
by an experienced and competent workman.
NATHAN TI DD,
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IXir i LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
The Patronage of my old friends and the public
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Is the OLDEST,! BEST CONSTRUCTED ! BEST
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OF THE - -
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IS is the short and best route between Chicago
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NORTHERN ;ILLINOIS. lOWA, DAKOTA. WY
OMING. Nebraska. Calllfotnia. Oregont Arizona.
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Owatonna, and all ,points in Minnesota, Dakota„
Wino:malt:l.sta the Northwest. -
At.Conneil Bluffs the Trains of the Chicano k
North-Western and she. U. P. Trys depart from.
arrive at and use the same joint Union Depot.
At Chicago, close connections are made with
the Lake Shore, Michigan Central/Baltimore k
Ohio, Ft. Wayne and Pennsylvania, and Chicago
k Grand Trunk !Cy', and the Kankakee and Pan
Handle Routes. ,
iilTClose connections made atJunction Points.
It is the ONLY LINE running
Pullman Hotel Dining Cars
Chicago and Council • Bluffs.
Pullman Sleepers on all Night Trains.
Insist open Ticket Agents selling you Tickets
via this road. F 41.1711118 your Tickets, nd refuse
to buy if they do not read over the Chicigo
If you wish the Best Traveling Accommoda
tions you will buy your Tickets by this route;
/WAND WILL TAKE .NONE OTHER.
All Ticket Agents sell Tickets by this Line.
-- WARM HUGHITT, 24 V.P. Gen.lLang'r,
apr7 'Bl-Iy. • Chicago.
• • E . P.AIEUINGL.
Having leased his farm in Warren,
has located in the above.
- branches of btisi
ness,.on • 7 - .
FRONT ST., 'BELOW !BRIDGE,
HE HAS STABLDIG FOR 10 HORSES. _
! For use of stalls. 5 cents each. Alma, Horses
and Carriages for hire. -
Rlacksmithing in all its branches. promptly
done. Horse Shooing a specialty.. •
Carriages Hanufactured and Repaired. If you
want anything in the above line call on
MRS. A. R WHITNEY,
DRESS-FITTER & DRESSMAKER
ALSO AGENT FOR THE
Poinestie Perfeet-Fitting Patterns
No. 3 Bridge St., Towanda.
Stock entirely new and fresh from the city; no
old goods in stock.
Goods and work unsurpassed either in styles
or make up. oct2B.ly
HUMPHREY BROS. & TRACY,
MEN'S, BOYS. WOMEN'S. MISSES, AND CHILDREN'S
: 800t5i......8.h0e0 - ,-,Rulber6,.&o„
WITH A Pair. tzar: OF
(Successor to Mr. McSean,)
AND LOYAL SOCK
Mannfeetnrers and Whokitalo Deniers in all kinds of
: _ •
CORNER MAIN. AND ELIZABETH - STREETS,
Ma MOM= HIS GIIOCERY fiVERSER 3
AND BRIDGE Wawa
MC HUI -I:ESTABLISHED
FqII , IISTRYTHING IN THE Lin %
CASH PAID for Desirable p
duce. .Fine BUTTER and
Agents Wanted : e T t rY o w t t r ga t:
tifur - ontromo-LithoArspb Picture or one z a .
JAXES A. GARFIELD,
This beautiful work of art is Printed to t 4
colors, on heavy paper, and mounted read, t 4
bang on the-wall. It la not only war ren pr.T.
trait, but sae* Contains the historical events %
his life, *hews the Hose at Mentor. .4ansui, k44
and the Deatikned Seaga. It is a roapti ctit
Memorial Picture. Circidara and -terms tree.
Address, 11. W. KELLEY k
711 SWIM Street, Philadelphia, p R
Sept. 29,1881-4 t. .
HORSESand 23 cis. In lump
or currency for an t ,
Yuan =rime of g.A Treatise on the Flom ; ut
his Diseases." It gives the beat treatmeotai
all diseases, bag OD fine engravings ohoft i
BOOKpositions resumed by r 4
horse. 'better than -
taught is any other wa , a table shovig,
of all the principal me used fdr
as well their effects and antidotes vatz
25 a t is
, rlson. a larite Malec .
telling the age o hone. wltb an enra, nta
showing teeth of each year and, kluge arm c r ui
of other valuable horse information. • Hardee.
of horsemen have pronounced it worth facts
than books costing $5 and. $lO. The fact tki:
200,000 sold in about one year before It au rs.
vised shows bow popular the book is. yh e rt ,
allied edition is trues aroma urreaga T i xo . 1 ,„.
roe • crnmmas. AGENTS WANTED. Dr. J. ,
Kendall k Knosburgh Falls, Vermoist,
.7. El. SIMAZINS.
BOOT, SHOE AND GAITER
Is now prepared to do all kinds or Inniu ;
his line in the lateist atyles, and of the_ber.
ALL WORK and MATERIAL WAIIIIINTED.
.Repairing done neatly and promptly
on short 'notice. In PATTONS
BLOCK Over Jacob's- Clothing Snu t
Yon need not Die tolVin
MUTUAL e ENDOWMENT.
Yon receive one-half of your :insurance,
cording to the American Life Table, when tit
thirds of your life expectancy is finished—bi
illustration, a 112E11 or woman Joining the 110-
dation star.; years of age taking a certiectiete
12,500, receives $1,275 when a littleover 55 yeen
of age, exactly the period in life when s
anandathelp la generally more needed Mini!
any other that,.
BLANK BOOK ALINUFA.CTU
PAPER EULER. &c
Alfred J. Purvis,
-N0.141 - Penei3see street,
AU work in his line done well and prom;tif
Parties having volumes incomplete will be en,
nished with any Missing numbers at cost price.
All orders given to J. J. Scanlan, Agent
Bradford County,'will be promptly executed k'
cording to directions. sep9-tt
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. FROM COL. L. T. FOSTER..
Youngstown, Ohio, Hay loth, la").
Ds. B. I. KENDALL k. Co:—I had a very valua
ble Hambletonian colt which I prized very bli
ly, he bad a large bone sprain on one joint Pla
a small one on the other which made him r
lame; I had him under the charge of two Teter!•
nary surgeons which failed to cure him. tau
one day reading the advertisement of Sendsili
Eipavin Cure in the Chicago Express. I deters
ed at once to try it, and got our druggists bet
to send for it, they ordered three bottles; I tail
thenrall and thought I would give it s thorougY
trial, I used it . according to directions and the
fourth day the' colt ceased to be lame, and
have disappeared. I used but one ittle
and the colts limbs are as free from lumps
as smooth as any horse in the state. He e 3,
tirely cured. The cure was so remarkable thlt
I let two of my neighbors have the remsts:
two bottles, who are now using it.
- ; • . • L. T. FOSTER.
Kendall! s Spavin Cure
ON HUMAN FLESH.
Patten's'llills,,Washlon co., N.Y., Feb.ll.'sl•
Da. D. J. Kzninams.., Dear Sir:—The parthmle
case on which I used your Kendall's Spyin Ore
was a malignant ankle sprain of 'lateen men;..'
standing. I had tried many things, but in al:.
Your Apavin Cure put the foot to the ground
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natural position. For a family liniment it p
eels spy - thing we ever used. •
REV.'S!. P. BELL.
Pastor of kl. F. Church, Fattens Mills, N.l
Price $l, per bottle, or ril bottles for $ 5 .
Druggists hate it or can get if fer you, or it •
be ieut to any address au reteipt of price by WI
proprietors, DR. B. J. KEND.biLL & CO., to&
burgh Fails. Vt. Bold -at
IDr. H. C. Porter's Mug Sto rel
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. Apnt 2117
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