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CURIOUS WAY OF COURTING:: I
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The two thousand Choctaws still, liv
ing in their ancestral homes in Ifftisiss- •
ippi retain in their pristine vigor many
of the usages of their anoestore. Among
these are tho methods employed in con
ducting a courtship and the marriage
ceremony. When a young Choctifir,
of Kemper or Neshoba ,county, 'sees a
maiden NV b o pleases his fancy, he.
watches his opportunity until he findt
her alone. He then approaches within ,
a few yards of her and gently cams a
pebble toward her, so that it mail fall
at_her feet. He may have to tid i \ !phis
tiroor three times before he to
the maiden's attention; If this pebble
thrOwing is agreezble, she noon makes
it Manifest: if otherwise, a sedinful
look nal a dicided ' "ekwah" indicate
Mathis suit is in vain.
When i'marriage is agreed upon/ the
- lovets appoint a time and place .fox ti i e
ceremony. On the marriage dartAtt'e
friends and relatiies of the prosp titre
:couple meet at their respective h rises,
'or villages and thence march w ar d
e a ch other. When they arrive ti the
marriage ground—generally intermedi
ate space betwpen the two villages—
they halt within about a hundred yards
of each other. 'Vie brothers of the
woman then go across to the opposite
party and bring forward the man and
set him down on a blanket spread upon
the marriage ground, The man's sis
ters then do likewiM by going over and
bringing forward the woman and seat
ing her by the side of the man. Some
times, to fninish a little merriment' fo
the occasion , the woman h! expected
break loose and-run. Of Course she, yyy'
pursued,' captured and brought back. ,
Ap parties assemble around .the ex
pectant couple. A bag 'of bread is
brdught forward by the woman's rela
tives and deposited near her. _ In like
manner the man's relatives bring -for
woad a bay of meat and deposit bear
him. The man's friends and relatives'
now begin to throw presents upon 'the
head and shoulders of the woman.
These presents are of any kitul:that the
donors.choose to give, as ,articles of
clothing, money, trinkets; gibbons, eta.
As soon' as thrown • they. / are quickly
snatched off by the woman's relatives 1
and distributed among themselves.
During all this time the couple sit very
quietly and demurely, not a' word
spoken by either. When all the pres
ents have been thrown and distributed
the couple, now man and wife, arise,
the provisions - from the bags are spread
and, just as in civilized life, the cere
mony is rounded off with a festival.
The festival over, the'company disperse
andile gallant grooM conducts his
bride to his home, where - they enter
upon the toils and responsibilities of
Parents who allow their children to grow
up with scrofulous humors bursting from
every pore are guilty of a great wrong..
Think of th - ein pointed out as branded with
\ea loathsome disease, and you will readily
procure them the Cuticura Remedies.
When grassboppers are so plenty as
to make the- pastures poor, gobblers
He who waits to do a greut deal a
once will never do anything,
A pure, wholesome Instillation of witch
hazel, American pine, Vtuutda fir, marigold,
clover blossoms, etc., ,fragrant with 'the
heeling essences of halstnn and pine. ; Such
is Sanford's Radical Cure for Ctitarrh.
Complete - treatment for $l.
Benaitive people wish to be loved; vain
people wish only to be preferred.
He who proposes to 'be an author
should first be a student.
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Quick, complete care, all annoying Kidney,
Bladder and Urinary Diseases. 31. Drug
gists. _ .
A politician once laid on the ahelt
ehould never be taken down again. '
. An evil speaker differs from an evil
doer only in the want of opportunity.
Better bend the neck promptly than
to bruise the forehead.
Are loud in their' praise of poreston
Cologne on account of its .remarkably deli
cate and lasting fragrance.
It is easier to suppress the first desire
than to satisfy all that follow•it.
Experience is a school, where a man
learns' what a bigifool he has been. '
Lire and Learn !
It is estimated that there are over two
•, thousand million chickens hatched in ' the
United States every* year. . But not more
f of these chicks reach the size
when y are fit to market. The pip,
gapes 4 cholera, etc., kill millions of young
chickens every year. These diseases can
be cured by the Use of Phenol Sodique.'
For sale by druggists and geneial store
'',.. keepers. See adv. .
'ken have sight.. women insight.
t Theitoutest heart loses hope under re
thes' ted defeat.
si Wit is a merchandise that is sold bu
:Fan never be bought.
'RAS REMOVED AM GROCERY BIISMESB
1 , THE SOUTH-EAST cosi= OP Jun;
AND BRIDGE STREETS, WHERE
RE nes Earsßum=
FOR EVERYTHING IN THE LLNIC OF ,
CASH PAID for Deshable Prc-
dace. Fine BUTTER and •EGGS
Vie Puede nemdares. leadirs. Tiddises. and Ikaneata Tent
IN= week*, July Ito awed U. at Cedinninn. Canada.
ea Lakii Oetarlo. del and Dialthlrt. Iten4 for eircu'ar
a. Ii Neektal . neey. aeltaal of I:llaertioa salt
Oratory, MS Cbastaut Ivan. rrx.aos...r..
**A.: um nit= toned& makiptie.'
Is an invaluable remedy in DISEASES and IN
RUUD:- of ANIMALS and 'POULTRY ; destroying
LICE and other VERMIN. 'Applied try washing the
. fowls, their roosts and rots with a solzulon of the
• strength of ty one part Phenol &dive to about fifteen
, or twen parts A solution- f e same
. strength is reeozo water. mended._given in o ternal th ly, for
the gapes and other DIMAS OF CHICKENS.
- For all kinds of HURTS. GALLS, and other DI&
EASES OF ANIMALS:4I4i as Mem Daytime.
• chick Odder, Ea. Naar,' Calus-nykso. •Thsf - Est.
and /bpi cad South Diva" aaniesa. Cit.
NI WA IT MGM OD au= IlEttlininf 0111133,
to vigorously pus!) a business,
strength to study a profession )
strength to regulate a household,'
strength to do a day's labormith
out physical pain. All this repro
sents what is wanted, In the often
heard expression, "Oh I I wish I
had the strength!" If you are
broken down, have not energy,' or
feel as if life was hardly worth Ikv
ing, you can be relievedi and _re•
stored to robust health aad Strength
by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT-,
TERS, which ik a true tonic-,
medicine universally recommended
for all wasting diseases.
Fa N. Fremont St.;Baltimors
During the war I wai l in
jured lathe stomachbyaOem
of a shell, and have suffered
from it ever since. Aboutfour
sts, which kept me in bed 14 ,
months, and the bat doctors
in, the city said I could not" -
live. I sufferedfearfullyfrcan
indigestion, and for over two
years coul d eat solid food
and for a large portion of the;
time was unable to retain even
liquid nourishment.,l tried
Brown's Iron Bitters ad now
after taking two 'bottles I am
able to get up and go around
and am rapidly improving.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Is
a complete and sure remedy for .
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria,
Weakness and all diseases requir
ing a true, reliable, non-alcohOlic
tonic. It enriches the blood, gives
new life to the muscles and tone
to the nerves.
CAPITAL PAID IN $
This Bank offers unusual facilities for
the transaction of _
11 • PrOikii. ent
- 41. 1..78.
MRS. D. V. TE,DI
Maitufaclurerebf ai►d Deal
;C8 AS WIGS, BANDEAUX, the popular
Chatelaine .131 r
EVERYTIUNG BILOIiGING TO Tax Ant MADE
Special Attention given to CO miNas
Boota all turned one way.
SWITCHES from $1 upwards. Also Agent for
Rentals . Invisible Face Poader,
Madam Clark's Corsets; Viand
Shoulder Brace 1 Elastics.
NI-Partin. attention ped to clreeeing ladies
hair at their homes or'at my place of busioese,
eve r Emig t Ifiloiretb's store. -
not 18-6, Was. D. V. STEDGE.
' - STOP AT •
T. MUIR & )O.'S
The place to Sr" money b buying chesp is at
Oorner *sin' and Pisa*
T qw.utoa. . I r,
They respsettilly announce to tps i public that
, piiiy have - i -la stitek Of "
FUME. NEED. MEAL, RAIN, SALT, PURI
PORE, and PROVINTNB generally.
We have also added to o itoek a variety of
WOODEN WARE, such as ['Trill TM*. FIR
Just received a large a4ck of Nagar,. Nisi,
Oolfsee. Spices, MODLSON'II PURE SOAP,- the
best in the market, and other mates pf soap
Syrup and Molasses. which they- offer at low
prices for Cash. Oct 26 77
WITH CENTRE-DRAFT FRONT-CUT:
Can Mow Back a#4 Forth on Same Side of
April 29 ly
OVER 100 EVREKA'S SOLD IN BRADFORD COVNTI* LAST YEAR
WHICHBHOVVS WHAT.FARMERS AT HOME'THINK. OF THEM.
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Will cut a six-ibOt swath em easy as s'sids . cnt machine will cut four - feet, and with lesi draft.
It also leaves the gisas in such condition that it will cure ip one-hau• the time, and dispense with
.thit use of the Riy Tedder. it lm j especially adapted - to the cutting of ,'Green Fodder or En
silage. A thoron4li trialla requested frozo all contemPlating the purchase'of a mower the coming
mason. *Mud for descriptive circular, o all EUREKA 'ROWER CO., Towanda, PI.
R. L. BE4tDSLEE, I WartentistaV u. L. RUGG, Tuscarora Ville,.
I 0. W. filiiiLEY. Austinrille. 'E.G. VAN DYER, East Canton.
-11131. The RUBEL& ROWER is tk iow manufactured only at Nowanda4Ps. The Company bas
been thoroughly rsorgooLsed. compiiStpg men of experience, abUity and - abundant capital. ' No
care or expenrie la spared to; select, the:-tety best materiel and 'skilled workmen— EVERY MA
CRIME 18 FULLY PARROTED. i• AT' ° -• may 'l2
'a: . ,
MOIL EUREKA - MOWER
Stevens & Long
General .Dealers in
( 1 1
TO their iteT store.
00R• RAM AND PINE STS
(The old stand of Vox, Stevens &Mown.)
They invite attention to their eoniplete
assortment and very large stock of
Choice New Coolie, which they
have alwaye on hand.
SPEOIAL ATTE NTION GIVEN
To the 1
And Cash Paid for Desirable Kinds
U. J. ORO.
r, : ‘ THE
Toia!lila 5 ct. Store
. (NEXT DOOR TO FELCH 4 CO
preparcd to o ff er a.complete ' assor
• • ment.of
DRY AND FANCY 'GOODS,
WHITE and DECORATED ClllNA:rt
Latest degigns,and patterns of.!
BIRD CAGES 4,
For the coming Spring Trade,"we
adhere as heretofore to our established
principle—that a quick sale witk a small
profit is better than a slow one With a
large profit—and therefore pip. prices
in any line of
. goods will compare
favorable with the prices "of any other
' endeavor to' sell the best
article fer the least possible money.
LOEWUS & FREIMUTH.
i ~ -i
' . __HAVE BEEN IMITATED,' •
d their : excel Milt reputation in
tired by worthless imitations./ The
Public aref l cautioned against buy
ing ,Plasters having similar sound
ing names. Soo that the word
eA-P-C-I-N-E is correctly spelled.
Are the only improvement ever
made in Plasters.
One is worth more than a dawn
of any other kind.
Will positively cure where other
remedies will not oven relieve.
Price 25 cents.
Beware of cheap
,Plasters made .
with lead poisons.
SEABURY £ JOHNSON;
Manufacturing Chemists. Now Ire t!
AURA BEMEDYAT LAST. Fria Ede:
MEAD'S Mediated CORN sad BUNION ?MEL
• „ .
Ut 4PC •
THE GREAT OPTICIANS,
924 CHESTNUT STREET,
ISI.7I'IIIC LOU 1011) SX LEDGE,
SUPT: It Tali. TUL.
SUPInt MP. LENSES and
2kr,PERIOII. 4 FACILITIEKI
fior man uf 4 , ttirithr. ) 411 combine to give our SPECTA
• CLES una 11114:44.ASSES a national reputattim.
OST 'SIGHT „NEVER 'RETURNS.
„ "yr4ii eyes by taUnq 'UNSLTT
CallaV/lIIS /.IN., ..2./ on arid i eat Inn : Part 1--
Matherriat frit Inv trnmo nt..to tnureg.. Part 2-oPtled
instrunientA. )0:;,0(14. Part 3-11wric Lanterns, 112
4-I'lll.o-9 , 111c* Instnuuente,lllo mem
Sanford's Radical Cure.
A eingledose instantly relieves the most vio
lent Sneezing or Read Colds, clears the head as
by magic, stops watery discharges from the
nose and eyes. prevents ringing noises in the
headl, cures Nerveul I headache . and subdues
Chills and Fever. In chronic Catarrh it cleanses
the nasal passages of foul mucus, restores the
sense or emelt, taste and bearing when affected.
frees the head, throat and bronchial tubes 'of
offensive matter, sweetens and • purifies the
breath, stops the Cough. and arrests the prog
ress of catarrh towards consumption - .
One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal
Solvent and Sanford's Inhaler, all in one pack
age, of all druggists for $l. Ask for Sanford's
Radical Cure. wpics k POTTER, Boston.
Frank A. Fouts. Attainey-at-Law. Lock Box. 256
W Ten. years' experience.
I make so munogefor my services unless a
patent be granted. ' Preliminary examination in
the Patent Oflice as to..the patentability of an in
vention nos. Send sketch or model of the'de
vice and a "report willeba made as to the proba
bility of olitaining a patent..
Special attention given to rejected applida
tions in the hands of others.
U. S. Senators : Hon. Geo. F. Edmunds, of
Vermont ; Hon. David Davis and Gep. John A.
Logan, of Illinois'; Hon. Benj. H. Hill, of Geor
gia; Hon. L. Q. C.. Lamar, of ➢liar. Hon. M.
Cullom, Gov. of Illinois; 'the Hon. Commissioner
of Patents and Corps of Examiners and the pro
. prietor of this paper. -"`
Write for circular and instructions.
CUT THIS OUT!
AGENTS PER' •
MAKE 515 1.9840 : w E EK.
We have stores Inls leading Cities;
Irons which our intents obtain their supplies quickly.
Our Factories and , es Mares aro .at
Erie. pa. Send for our New Casanova, and
terms to agents Address
M. N. IMIELL $
12 Lackawinna Ave
;Ft, •pi „ 600 . . 41LL",
• . . logn c
.1" - :avant k Befreat4 of Perk=
Exceadiney Delicate and Lasti
loe, 25 cts.;- Large Bottles, 75 eta.
Sold by dealt . xs la Drugs Perfumery. Sigasture - of Hlr
cosh Co, N.Y.. ea every bottle.,
PARKER'S RINGER TONIC
..The Medicine for Every Family.
Madefrom Ginger, Ituchu, Mandrake, Stillingia,
and other of the best. vezetable!remediea known,
PArinert's GINGER TONIC has remarkably varied
curativepowers, gt isthe greatest Stomach Correct
or, Blood Puri fi er and Liver Regulator ever made &
The Best Medicine You can Use
for Restoting Health & Strength'
. hon.ees to act from the first dose, searches
out the weak organs, and is +warranted to cure or
help all diseases of the Bowels, Stomach, Blood.
Kidneys, Liver, Urinary Organs, all Complaints of
Women, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Bhenmer
Slant and Drunkenness.
Tryn bottle today ; i t may save yourlife. soct. )
smd St sizes atalldruggists. Every genuinebotde
has our signature on outside snapper; Hiscoz &
C 0... N. Y. Large saving in buying $z Ala
Just What Is Wanted. '
Everybody whose:hair Is gray or faded has felt
the need of a Hair Restorer and dressing that is
cleanly, agreeably perfumed surd harmless. Par•
her's Hair Balsam satisfies the most fastidious in
these respects. Sold by drirtgist3 at Soc. milt's-
CA. - RU.Ola sr_,,cici-K.
Main Street, FirstpVard.
JOHN W. ICLINE,
HASENG REMOVED HIS
o s more conirepient location; end estahlished
himself in the Carroll Elock. opposite Beely's
lintel, is prepared to supply,his patrons with
THE CHOICEST OF MEATS. ..;
,'FISH. OYSTERS IN THEIR SEASON.
' DOMESTIC FRUIT, &c., o
_ ,BOLOGNA BM:SAGS...a specialty. - All or
dorit promptly dellrolod. tl
100 times more effectual
than any other plastei or
electric battery for pain
and weakness of the Lungs,
Liver, Kidneys and Urinary
organs, Partial Paralyids,
Rheumatism, N en r a l g is,
Hysteria, Female Weak
ness, Nervous Pains and
Weaknesses, Malaria and
Fever and Anne. Price 2fc,
(ti. 8. AN FOREIGN.
A PIIZZGED_ BOARD : . OF .EDUCA•
At an examination of a public school
on Staten Island, one of the - scholars
failed in a problem. The teaohef said
'Ladies and , gentlemen, I shall invite
a gentlemari. of the, audience to_work
out the snm on the board. John Smith
open tbe book and read that question,
. The . seholar obeyed and read i out:
Add fifteen-sixteenths and
'how; Directbr: Butler, Will:you step
to ,the blaekboara`und work it out.
The director hesitated then slid ear
taittly, and stiTaneed a step.. but,paused
and asked the teacher. . , •
'ls it fair to Put
diffitult's problem?' -; -
'Oh never. replied the 'teeelteri
. 4114 will be (4161 •
.'Very well, said the director, 'go on'
The bOy.tegan 'the question: Add fit
'No, NO' said the director, will
not be a party to overtaxing the chit
dren's brain's. - I have concientiima
scruples against / It. This forcing ays
kin is ruining the rising generation,
'and be gave back the chalk, ank-left
the room. 1 ' .•
'Well, l Judge Castleton, will yon
favor us?' asked the teacher, ten lering
would do so with pleasure,' replied
be judge, but Itave a ease conVing on
my,court in a minute or two,' end be
'Director Middloton, we mast , fall on
you,' said the tediher smiling.
Ob, said the director, 'I pass—l,meari
'decline favcirof Director Jefferson;'
'Well, that will do, replied the,teach.
er; 'Mr.Jeffer'son, (will you favor us?!
'I would certainly—that is—of course
replied Mr. Jefferson, lbut--abezil I
think it should be!referreil to a commit
—Why, bless me! I'll never catch it.
Good-by. Some other time. And be
'I know Judge. Sonthfield 'will not
refuse, said the t eacher ,, and the - judge
stepped promily .up to the blackboard
amidst the round of applause from the
audience. ,The scholar again began to
read the sum. Odd fifteen-sixteenths-'
A dozen hands went up as the judge
made the first figures.
'Well, what is it ?' ; asked the teacher.'
'He's got the denominator On top of
the line cried the boys,• in chorus.
'Very good, boys, very good; I. see
you are attentive,' said the judge, as lie
rubbed out the ,figures, turned red, and
began again, i ; but was interrupted by
the, class calling out:
l'Now he's got the numerator and de
nominator under i the line !'
• 'Alia ! you young rogues ! You're
sharp,. I see,' said the' judge, jocosely.
and, again commenced.
'That ain't'a fraction at all 1 It's one
thouiand five hundred and. sixteen !'
watkifie cry that, hailed the judge's new
conlibiptiOn of figuires::l • •
*ally, Mr: Tr acher,' (•jaonluted the
judge, must compliment you on the
wonderful proficiency of your scholars
in algebra I . won't tire their paticace
any more. 'i t •
'oh, go on, go on,' said the teacher;
a again the judge wrote some figures
in nal;off-handmanner. •
'T at ain't a fradtion 1 It's six thous-
/ s dd a 3 hundred and fifty•oneT yelled
'Ur. Teacher,' said the judge. 'it
wonld be ungenerous on 'my part: and
Imply an unworthy "
suspicion as to
To efficiency, to put these
uat\.ly bright children to additional tests;
twfAtild not,' I could not. Oh, excuse
ine . sll There's Brown I. Pie important
tittalness with him. Sheriff, I want to
.aee i `ifilu,' and he left.
Some days afterward a boy was
brought before. Justice Southfield for
thrOwing,stones in the street:
'John,' said the judge sternly, 'were
yovi the boy that laughed iu rcliool on
I Monday while I was working p pot a '-
•Yea, sir,' was the reply..
John got thirty days. ' 4 I
A ClOar Complexion
° Can le had by every lady who will use
,Tonic. Itegtilating the
internal organs ;and purifying the blood it
quickly removes pimples and gives a healthy
bloom to the cheek. :Read about it in other
When you find an unkind feeling to-
Ward another person! rising in. your
heart, that is the time . not to suet* to a
With the idea that labor is the basis
of progress goes the ' truth !that labor
must be free..
• We do not judg.i men by ; wbiit they,
are in theniselVex,' but by what they
ate relatively to us.
Annoyance Prcrented: -
Gray hairs are'honOrable but thei 'prema
ture appearance is .annoying. I Parker's
flair: Balsam prevents-the; annoyance r , by
restoring the youthful color. -
- Wit is sometimes like a sword. ) keen
and ernel, sometimes like' a snohesm,
bright and genial.
Most \ young people set as id they
thought' their, parents t woe borti the
same day twit thff wts e.
A niau cannot good or evil to
others without doing good ,Or Evil to
himself. •' • .
`•ROUGH ON !LATS.',
Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants,
be4-bugs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. 15c.
Druggists. . . ,
Nature ne*er sends a grant` man into
the world without confiding "the secret
to another soul.
Statesmanship cons i ists rather in re
moving the cerise than in pushiiig or
evading results. 1 y.,
In striving to fashion a nice puiTet,
many mothers have forgotten to make
a man. - ; ,
Says Victor Ilogo: "GOd created the
cocinette as scion as he had-haade the
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ATHAN- - ,.T.J p:D
iSnoceisor to Mr. McKean,)
DEALER IN '
AND LOYAL SOCK
FOOT or PthE STREET, NEAR 1 1011 RT HOUSE.
ZdIVE - ET EWES k CASE. -es
The patronage of my old friende and the publi c
generally is solicited. - 9sep: 8 ;
kNt *lO4 uwofik
air eihert.Kingsimry, Keene, N. 11., troubled
withibad humor on, hands' and neck, caused by
lead poisoning, (Hies a painter., at times it
would break out, crack open, and the skin separ
ate from the flesh In large pieces, suffering great
continual itching and stinging. Purchased
yourromedies; used Cuticura Resolvent inter
nally, and Cuticurs Soap externally, and in less
than three Months effected seem:opiate cure, and
has not been troubled . since. Corroborated by
Cunard & roster, Druggists, Keene, N. H.
NOTHEIt DIED - PROM IT.,
.3. %V. Adams, Newark, Ohio, says: .• Cullman
Remedies are the greatest • medicines on (firth_
Had the worst case salt rhuem in this country.
My mother had it twenty years, end in tact died
from it. I believe Claim* would have saved
tier life. Hy arms, breast and head were coy.
erect for three years, which nothing relieved or
cured until I used the Onticura Resolvent'
(blood purifier) internally, and Cuticura and
Outicina Soap externally.
H. E. Carpenter, Esq., Henderson, N. 14.,
cured of Psoriasis or LeprOsy, of twenty yeaW
standing. by the Caliente Resolvent intornellY.
and Cutioura and Cuticura, Soap externally.
the most wonderful case on record. Cure certi
fied to before a justice of. the peace and promi
nent -citizens. All afflicted with itching• and
scaly dhieases should send. to us for this testi
tattnial in full.
SALT RHEUM. ,
Thosa who have experienced the torments of
Salt Rheum can appreciate the agony I endured
for 'years, until cured by.the Cuticura Resolvent
internally, and Caticura Soap externally.
' ihm.lllll. Pxls.nioros, Sharlon, Win
and Onticurs Soap externally' and Cuticurs Re
solvent ilternally will poittively cure every
spcciewof Humor. from • Common Pimple to
Scrofula: Price of Cuticurs, small boxes, Mc ;
'aro boxes. SI. Cuticura Resolvent, $1 per
bottle. Cuticurs Soap. 25c. Cuticurs 'Shaving
Soap. lsc. Sold by an druggists.
Depot, WEEKS X: POTTER, Boston, Mass.
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you area mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork. or a mother rim down by familyer house.
hold cliic& try PARIMIL'S CINGIM TONIC.
' IT you, itre a lawyer, tninister or business man ex.
hausted ymeneal strain or anxious tares, do not take
intoxicating Stimulants,but use Parker's Ginger libnie
• If you have Consumption, Dyspepsia, Itheuma.
Ism, Kidney Complaints, or r ny,disorder of the lungs,
stornach.bowels, bleed or nerves. PAUXER'S GINGER
TONIC Will cure you. it is the Greatest 'flood Purifier
And the Best and - Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If you arc wasting away front age, dissipation or
say disease or weakness and require a stimulant take
GIN ER TONIC at mice; it uildenvigorate and build
you up from the first:close but will never intoxicate.
It has saved hundreds of liven; it may save yours.
CAUTION !411rfo,e al! is:loth ate's. Parker's Glazer Teak Is
composed of th loit remd dial steals IA atevrorld, and Issalliely
different from prt paratiosu o f ¢lnfer alone. fiend for eiml ar t. )
& Co., N. Y. Lfc. & I I sues, sit dealers In drugs..
?GREAT SAVIS;G LUYINZ DOLLAR SIZE,
ltcrich and lasting frigrance has made this
delightful Petitune exceedingly popular. There
is nothing like it. insist upon having aortas.
TON COLGGGR and look for signature of
on every Lotde. Any aruggiit or "dealer In perfume;
can awl,' Nt.e. 5 and 75 arra she..
LARGE S Vl'(.: GUYING 'Me. SIZE.
IKENDALL'S SPAWN CURE
Is, sure in its effects, mild in its action as it does
not blister, yet is pePetrating and powerful to
resch every deep seated pain or to remove any
bony growth or other enlargements, such as
sprit's, splint' curbs, callous, sprains, swell
ings and any lameness and all enlargements of
the Joints or limbs, or for rheumatism in man
and for'any purpose for which a liniment is used
for man or beast It is now known to be the
best liniment for man ever used, actingmild and
yet certain in its effects.
Send address for Illustrated Circular which
we think gives positive proof of its virtues. No
remedy has ever met with such unqualified !lc-
CM to our knowledge, for beastas well a - man.
Price $1 per bottle. or six bottles for st. MI
Druggists have it or can get it for you, or it will
be sent to any address on roaefpt of, price by the
proprietors, Dn. 13. J. EVNDALL d; Co Eno&
burgh Falls, Vt. •
Sold by all Druggists
HOWARD A. SNOW,
Silicitor of I
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
631 F STREET N.-W.. WASHINGTON, D.
. (Succlssor to Gilmot!o, Smith k Cm, AL
,. Chitimsn, Homer k Co.): . •
Patents procured upon the same plan which
was originated and successfully practiced by the
Pamphlet of sixty pages sent upon reeelp,t o
" BETTER TO LEAD
A GOOD MAXIM, • BUT NOT
It is better to follow
The old and Reliable Dealer in
Ready-Made Clothing l
Fxom his old stand.. (No. 2, Patton's
Block,) to his NEW LOCATION in the
large and commodius store, No. 123,
Main Street, formerly occupied by M.
E. Sollomon & Son, (one door north
of Fetch & C 0.,). where he is now , open
with a full and Complete Stock of
- HATS AND CAPS,
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
UMBRELLAS, CANES, &C.
MEN'S, BOY 'S YOUTH'S and
CHILDREN'S fall and complete
suits of all grades and.prices..
While he aims to lead the - trade, be
asks his 91d friendg and everybody else
to follow him to his new location, where
he will lit them out in th e highest style
of art at the lowest' prices. Come
Towanda, Pa., April 6,1862.
PLATFORM WAGONS, TOP AND
OPEN BUGGIES foe sale' at decided bargains
A large number of superior mike and tittiab.
C. L. TRACY.
Towanda; April 2r-lixi
jOB PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
done at abort .notice and reasonable rsUs
the. Enryns7ct.t.4 office.
NOS. :I AND 2 BRIDGE Sr.,.
Is now open in his Mammoth Double Store with
a full, fresh and complete stock of fashionable
Spring, and Summer
Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Suits of all Grades for
Men; Boys : , Youths
Our rents, have been obtained on the moat
favorable tenni, and our current erpenaes re
duced to the lowest Possible minimum, we pro
pose to give onr customers (the benefit of these
Reductions by putting our prices at Lower Fig
ures than any other,Clothing House in Towanda.
We Invite acareful examination of our stock
and prices, Whether wishing to buy or not.' We
can satisfy the , ,blosest buyer of the truth of
whatwe say. -
WE - MEAN BUSINESS. •
Csll sua we will aatisfy yen.
Remember, Nos. 1 and 2. Bridge Street
J. K. BUSH.
Towana, - , Pa., April 10, 18$2, yr
• M. HENDELMAN
Is still to be found at the OLD STAND
Next doors is Dr. 11. C.:Porter's Drug Store
WITH A FULL LINE ibl?
FINE AMERICAN AND SWISS
:. WATCHEs,r. -
.E.L . ,i .Y ,
STERLIN(4 'SILVER AND
• / ,
FINE PLATED WARE,
SPECTACLES & EYE GLASSES,
FROM THE CHEAPEST TO THE BEST
itAi• ALL . OF WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT THE
' VERY LOWEST PRICES.
...._ • . . I
Clocks. Watches and Jewelry promptly repaired
by an experienced and competent workman. •
Now occupies the Corner Store opposite Dr. II
- C.l'orter's Drug Store. Slain Steeet,
with largo stock of
OF THE 'BEST QUALITY.
Mr. ROSS has ANOTHER. STOUR OXBRIDGE STREET
J. L. Schoonover is clerk. The two stores are
connected by Telephone. Mr. , Boss can now feel
Whined that he can give the '
BEST GOODS FOR mi LEAST MONEY
Ilia experience (Tables him to select the best
goods. which ho is bound tamell at a LOW PRICE.
You can always get a bargain, !you
BUY YOUR GROCERIES AT ROSS'S
All goods delivered iix the Borough Fh .
FARMERS will do well•to call with their Pro
and get the CASH. 2011082-
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER
BOOK BtriN'D ER
PAM, RULER. bt,
Alfred, J. :Ptirvis,
NO: 131 Genessee street.,
AU work in his line doue well and promptly at
lowest ptice. /
• Parties having /volumes incomplete will be fur
nished with any missing numbers at cost price.
All orders , given to J. J. Scanlan, Agent for
Bradford County, will •be promptly executed ac
cording to directions. sep9-tf
Corner Second and B Pawl; Nortßwest,
near Pennsylvania Avenue.
- WASHINGTON, D. C. •
Within a square of the Capitol. Street cars pnss
near the door to all-parta of the city. Conven
ient to the depots. This is juit the hotel for
Pennsylvanians visiting the National Capital.
Rooms well furnished.' and We cleanest and
best beds in the city. Table first class.
Rooms sod board from $2 to $3 per day,
Itedgeed.ratea by the week or month.
. 1 ) •
•. • .
Late of the Congressional Hotel, Capitol Hill.
We keep on band constantly for builders.
LIME, HAIR, BRICK, LATH;
spaNGLES, SASH, DOORS,
BLINDS, SHEETING PAPER,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, •
• ' CIiESPEAK NAILS.
WAGON -MAKER'S SUPPLIES
Fellows, Spokes, Hubbs, Thins, Poles
Alan a full line of Shelf and Heavy Hardware, and
a fall line of
Carriages, Platform and Lumber Wagons,
Made by us with skilled workmen, and warranted
in every partictilar.
BEARDSLF.X & SPALDING,
Troy, April 7i-ly
tTICA, N. yi
so* CLOTECING. 4.4
NOW IS THE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIA
Stylish and Reliable Spring Garments
MEN,' YOUTHS, BOYS AND CHILDREN,
AT PRICES WHICILCAN BE HAD AT NO OTHER HOUSE .
While maintaining the uniform standard of quality in excellence of work and
material by 2
GOOD MANAGEMENT, --- CAREFUL BUYING,
and SMALL MARGINS, (with which I am content,) I have
RAISED "1112 E STANDARD AND . LOWERED_ THE PRICE,
BEST. : :, -STOCK OF CLOTHING
In this vicinity if 4 now tieing: Efold. if:t the least money -by
M. E. ROSENFIELD,
tiumpimu • Ros. 4:TRACY;
Biannfaetnrers and Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of
MEN'S, BOYS. WOMEN'S; MISSES AND CHILDREN'S
CORNER WAIN AND ELIZABETH STREETS,
c - • ----- usif.l - ;-, a.vvronee 4& 1 1 -41artin , s
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c•rsson-ipiN laic; ia(.4.lyt a.i(i'a0.....::.•-•.1 st. • ,
and LUNGS, but It 11.1•11•(••••••• oen so adv:•:...aLT-0 ..
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syst( at after tau cutOt lais bv...: Edievil. Qua: Z. !..,„
CALITION 1 I,',"' , : til;c,..4',‘',v(:;l::Yl'_,,,
MEDICATED article—theftelillilll3 I:as a /.': - Iva'. • !,' - I:,
,:( );(,u' ...:. ••••• •
permits IL to bo Sold by Druggists; Gris,:erl. :.&:.: ...,:.,-: ._
WITHOUT 5P2. 4 C1AL.17_•.1:7. 0:::. 7....;::.
The TOLD, ROCK AND RYE CO., Proprletorr.,'4'i ',1:....:_ r ,
[IR, 2 0 k y ) (I)
IN TO WANDA.
G. H. WOOD & CO.
will open their New
on the First Monday of April. 'laving fitted up
entirely new, with the best of instruments, we
are prepared to [Waite
Tintypes, 4 at one sitting, all for
in neat envelozes, 10 for sl.ou. Copying or all
kinds of PhOtographs.and Stereoscopic and large
view work done at this gallery.
Give na a call and we will try ant satiety yon
in price and quality. , mar :18
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE
. *ls sure to cure Spavlns; Splints,
. urb, &c. It removes all unnatural
• 6 enlargements, DOES NOT mirrEn.
Bas no equal for any lameness ou
..:„1 beast or man. It has cured hip-joint
44 . ft lamenesain a person whO .had suf
'Arid 15 years. Also cured rheuma
tism, corns, frost-bites or and_
uruises, cut or lameness. It has no equal'for.
blemish on hoteee. Send for illustrated
circular giving ebsrrivs PaCnr. Price $l.. ALL
DRUGGISTS have it or can get It f^r yen. Dr. 8.J.•
Kendall & Co., Proprietors.' Euosourgh Falls,
Vermont. 11. 0, PCiIITER. Agent. Towanda. Pa.
BESTbusiness now before the-public.. You
can make molly faster at work for us
than at anything else. Capitol not
needed. We will start you,. $l2 a day and up
wards made at home by the Isdustrions. Men,
women, hoys and girls wanted everywhere to
work for us, 7,N.;0w is the time. You can work in
spare time only or.give your whole Wild to the
business. You can live at home and d the work
No other business will psy you near! as well.—
\o• One i can fail to make enormous ay :.by cu
gaging at -once. Costly 'Outfit and to ms free'.—
Money made fast, easily and honorably.
Addresli, Taut Zt, CO., Augusta, Maine..
Dec 15-Iyr : . .
You need tint Die to Win
Of tilath,‘li. Y
You receive one-hilt of .your fnenrance, c
cording . to the American Life Table, when two
thirds of your life expectancy is finished—for
illustration, a man or woman joining the Asso
ciation at 311 years, of ago taking a cortificatefor
$2,1100, receives $1,275 when a little over 56 years
of age, exactly the period in life When a little
financial help is generally more needed than at
any other time; , „ . •
NATIONAL 111:HEAE 'OE INVENTION :S.
That by the Rufas i of the,
_Potent • Office_
Models are not necessary unless specially called
Send draWing and specification, upon receipt
of whicliwe will make examination at the Talent
Office, and adviso.as to patentability.
FEE PAYABLE on'ALLOWANCE of PATENT.
Send for PAIIPIILLT Of IthiTUCCTIONN, treo to. y
address. HALSTEAD k CO
Pubiuhers of the emigres:fond Reiporkr. --7
January, 5, 1882.—tf
HOTEL FOR SALE.—I - offer the
American Hotel property for ule at a great
bargain. The Hotel may be seen og.the corner
of Bridge and Water streets, in Towanda Borough.
It is one of the beet Ind most central - locations
itethe place. - There is a good barn 'connected
with the property. The tree bridge and new
depot near to it Make this Hotel desirable foy
,any one wishing toiengsge in the 'business. A
good active man with a small captal can pay for
the property in' a short time from, the profits.
It was papered and painted tie* last 'spring and
is now in excellent condition. •
Towanda, Pa., Sept. 22. 1881-tf.
UNTIL IT IS A POSITIVE FACT TILT
"I ... GOWAN PA,
'.r(7 W-ANTI.A, PA.!
• BLADES & RaGEBS.
General Agents for Peon's'.
covered. as it is certain in its effects and dcel
not blister. Also excellent. for human flegh
READ PROOF BELOW. •
FROM..COL. L. T. FOSTER
Youngstown, Obin, May 10t14.1-0
Dn. It. J. Kminata. S Co:—! had a very valua
ble Ilambletonian colt *litchi prized very high
ly-41e had a large bone spavin on one Joint ant
a small ono on the other which made him very
lame; I had 'him under the charge•of two veten•
nary surgeons which failed to cure him. I wai
one day reading the advertisement of Kends
pirein Cure in the Chicago Express; I determi:•
eo at once to try it, and got our druggists here
to send for it, they ordered three bottles; I tout
them all and thought I would give it a thoroimh
trial. I used it according to directions and
fourth day tbe colt ceased to 'be lame, and the
dumps have„disappeared. I used but Dna bottle
and the colts limbs are as free from lumps and
as smooth as:any horse in the State. He is en
tirely cured.' The cure 'was so remarkable tiat
I let two of my neighbors have the remainuc:
two betties, who are now using it.
• L. T. FOSTER.
Kendalfs Spavin Cu're
ON HUMAN FLESH.
Patten'ki Mille, Wash . ton co.. N.Y4 FCb.21,',1
Un. ii. J, KENDALL, Dear Sir:—The particular
care on whiclil used your Kendall's Spavin Cure
was 2 malignant ankle sprain of sixteen months,
standing. I had tried many things, but in vain.
Your 6pavin. Cure put the-foot to the-ground
again, and for, the' iirst time since hurt, in 5
natural . position. For a family liniment it em-
SeLs anything we ever used.
- bowl truly,
REV. M. P. BELL.
Pastor of M. E. Church, Patten', 311118.
Price $l, per bottle. or di bottles tar $7 , All
! Druggists hayeit or can get it you, or it ',hall
be sent to annDldress on receipt of price by the
'proprietors, DR. B. J. KENDALL k CO., En,..e.
burgh Falls. Vt. Sold at
Dr. IL C. P otter':. Drug Store,
AT CRANE'S CANCER INFIR
MARY, ADDISON, N. Y. .
HUNDREDS OF PERSONS from all parts et
the world have beim cured of this much it reided
- disease find aro now living witnesses that they,
have been rescued from a terrible and unt , mell
death. Doctors. - Ministers and the Poor treated
Address Drs. GEO. CRANE 1: RUSH BROWN
Addison. N. Y. Sept.:lo,lyr.GPßaco.--
FIRE Amy LIFE - INSURANCE
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1 1 BRINK A: BUJK Lelltiy ille,:l',.
Will write Policies for risks is Fire and Li:.. IL
snrsnee. Cpileet Cl.sil•with care and ,
promptness. They rep. sent none but-.
I . FIRST—CLASS CU MPANIES !
they solicit theconfldence and patronage of, th.se
hiving business In their line. and will.endeave r .
to merit it. Apply to or address
I - WC, tf BliEilLt BUCK. Lellaysville, Fs.
HORSESend 25 cte. in stamp
or currency fur theta
VISED unrrtow of "A Treatise btn -the Horse St.;
hie Diseases." It gives the best treatment for •
all diseases,' has CO' fine engravings showira
BOOKpositions assumed by eta
°rites better than can to
taught in , any other way, a table ehowing,dose ,
of all the principal medicines used for the bait
as well as_ their effects and antidotes when
25 cts poison, a large coileciNn ct
VALVAVLE BECTIPTri t riles t~'r
.the age of a horse, with an etigrattas
phowiug teeth of each year' Ind a-large ,itrotits 3
of other valuable hone information. Llardmis
of horttenien have pronounced it worth wad'
than books costing $5 and $lO. The fact ast
20.000 sold in about one year before•ittwds
~ vised shows how popular the boOk is. The rr
vised edition is lICCEI YORY niTRUESTII.3.' "a-""-
Non a cnictri.an. AGENTS WANTED., Dr. J. B.
liendall•k Co., Ealosburgh Falls) Vermont;
' 'star 11-Iyr.
DR. JOHN CORE'S
FOR- MAN AND" BEAST.
Fon Msatinve—Di. John Corr's Liniment. of
Oils, price tO cents a bottle; Healing Vcizetabl ,
Gum and Oil Dalsam. 10 cents a bottle; Vef , o b! '
Hialing Salvo and Sticking Plaster, 12. k, crnts
roll; Speedy Relief or Pain Remedy. price 4k,
Fon MilllALs—Horses.o attle, Sheep, Swine, C.-
:Poultry, Dr. JohnCutr's Veterinaty Oil LinimeLl
Each bottle contains one-half pint. Price
dollar a bottle. Prepared by John Corr Docief
cif Pharmacy. Towanet• Is.
Dr. Corr will attend to or take charge of r 3,
lien% •especially cbroidrasses, when requestol
- • dd so. Vegetable remedies only used. lfh l6 °
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