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Parents who allow their children to grow
np with scrofulous humois bursting from
every pore aro guilty of a great wrong.
Think of them .painted out as branded with.
iL,l4at*otrie disease, and :you willieadily
pirate them, CutiOralteniedies;
AN EDITOR'S STRANGE EXPERIENCE.
Having read the story of James Rowe,
ihe miner, who was nearly killed in an ex.
plosion at Virginia City, and, who every
_night ;Anne the accident has dreamed of dy.
the4aditor of the Nevada Tramocript re;
lates a much more curious experience of his
_.own. When a boy,.ten years ago, a gun
accidentally discharged sent a load of small
shot tearing into his right arm. The wounds
_ were several months in healing and ugly
scars were left. A long time afterWardu he
_ was describing the accident toe party of
friends Fir; 4...0ne of theta picking up an
. eigt )t i Stn, aba isPlgagitt snapped thecaP;
To the ears bI the narrator the;- sound,was
, like that of Jt small cannon exploding i the
mom. He saw the bright flash and felt the
horrible scusatko of being shot to atoms.
;found a physician bending over him. He
felt severe pain in his right arm. Examina
tion showed that the new skin had broken
and the wounds were bleeding as freely as
at the time of the accent. Ablaut a year
atterwarl he underwent a similar experience.
As he was walking along the street he heard
the rePint of a pistol - shot. Instantly be
felt what seemed to be a ball crashing int ,
his forehead. Honor stricken he placed his
hind inollatrapfited accinnirThixigh be
cold ao inarklipon
= drlpplueitisi bit 'finger& - Hi
the scars and found that they were bleed.
tug afresh. Since then he has dreamed re.
• peatedly that he was a target far ri;enien
puctising at short range.
A pure, wholesome - distillation of witch
hazel,. American pine, Canada fir, marigold,
clover blossoms,: etc., fragrant with the
heeling essences of balsam and pine. Such
is Sanford's 'Radical Cure for Catarrh:
-Complete treatment for $l.
NORTH END HOUSE
C. T. SMITE, Manager,
(formerly of the Ward House.)
This house occupies the finest location in, the
Park• Only 200 yards from the beach. Fuqua
ntiobstracted view of ocean; 22jung4t
. r _ . LION.
-. LORD CLYDE,
Will make the season of 1882, at the farm
of the subscriber one mild west of the village
of East Smithfield.
Doth,Sire and Dam imported, bred by Win.
Orozier. - Ifaithpoit, Lang Island. Is Wa give
brooder* Dank) and address we can assure
patroni that we are not offering the services
.of a grade horse. Trlons.:-415. •
. 44 . -A
. FINE GOLD AND PLATED
0 )ft, 'JEWELER
of every variety.and Spectacles. W7 - Partienl .
ltention paid to repairine. Shop in Decker
Vought's Grocery Stork lifsitiStreet, Towanda,
CAPITAL PAID IN $125,000
SURPLUS FUND ' 80.000
This Bank offers unusual facilities for
the 'transaction of a general
N. N. BETTS, -
NEW 'FIRM I NEW STORE I
• r NEW 80008 !
(Formerly with HeadeWien.)
lIAS OPENED A
IN PATTON'S BLOCK,
With Swarts & Gorden's Store,
Main Street, Towanda, Pa.,
Whore he keeps a FULL A133014411ENT or
Gold & Silver, Watches
SWISS AND AMMO:AN;
W His Stock is all NEW and of the FINEST
QUALITY. an and see for yourself.
REPAIRING DONE PROMPTLY.
Tot 031 A lteadees, Teathert, Statleau. Terat
Ittr Weeks. July 3 to Atom It. at Cabaret.. halide.
$ ea Lake Ostarte. Cool so, Miethela. for l'imu:ar
H. lirelttel. Seer. Aistleatal Reboot of llovattea us*
Orstam..l.6lllptastaat Sweet. rt5:..4.51;..3,... .
113,riTAWMILZ DOSISIIC ItIZZIFTs
Propriettn: Wel 11011 W &
Is an invaluable remedy in DISEASES and IN
JURIM3 of ANIMALS and POULTRY; destroying
LICE and other VERMIN. Applied by washing the
fowls, their roosts and nests with a solution of the
strength of one part Phasol Sodium torafißeen
I t allb ent ia=in 4eF int me
the gapes and other t ISEAS OF CHICKE NS.
For: all 'kinds of HURTS, GALLS, and other DIS
EASES OF ANIMALS, such as Wart, ions,
Crack Odder. B* Mare, atlfjt_npitus: it0g ,124
and not and Mosta Messes, acralears,
FOR WI IT DtatiisTS W &BIM vuumumst MUM
TVII. JONES' CREAM CAMPHOR, IS TBE
NAPE of the popular Llnament thatcures
libenmatissit, L AlSlregan or _Stiffened
Joints, Fronallifm‘ Walla the nee. :Head or
Spine, Chopped Hands, Bruises, Sprains, Burns,
Mosquito Idles, Sting or Bite of an insect,
Poison Vines, etc.,,for Man or Beast
Always reliable, and almost instantan.
eons in its relief, 'laving in, agreeable odor it
=Mak SPD I / 4 Sold by 'all druggists.
B.—This Liniment received a Prise Medal
at the State Fair. 1879.
ABA JONtB, Prop% 319 N. 341 St., Phila., P 9.
Jan. 13, G-zo.
W: A. -WOOD.
JOS. FOWELL I
PECEIPTS AND EXPEL
ll SCIICIOL'DISTRICT from May 31,
cash on hand as per last settlement....
From county Treasurer on seated land
Amount received from A. D.; Albert for
le John A. Coddin
- • C,
Received of A. Wickham, Collector, on
from the Universalist uhtirch
of H. L. Scott, Assignee of • •
Salary to A. D. Albert, Principal
• E. Spaulding, Teacher..
Geo. M. Marshall, Teacher
Sue Balls. Teacher
- " Ads Chamberlin, Teacher.
Battle Bogart. Teacher...
" Clara Lewis, Teacher
" Eliza McKean, Teacher.--
' Anna ginney, Teacher
' Ella d Friable, Teacher....
" E. L.Efillia. Treasurer
S. W,Alvord, Secretary, for 1
" BenjOilt Peck; Secretary
tt, Mo rgan . Waters, Janitor, Jung
•t. Geo W. Armatrong,.Janitor,
Interest to Mrs. Mary Macfarlane ci4, $1
H. B. Macs on $4OOO bond
tt Cyntha Chubbuck•on BM* 1
" Trustees of Lodge No. 167,;
Jas, H. Codding, Trustee. !
^,dim Hillis on $5OO bond..!
" E.aL. Hillis, Guardian of Al
Repairs to scho 01 building mid ftirniti
Fencing school lot
W. M. Mallory, coal
Miscellaneous expenses... t • •
Interest to N. N. Betts, Elira Hammoi
Cash in treasury
lleal estate and buildings
dime from A. Wickham, Collector; on d
Cash in treasury....
Total watts .... :1,7:
Bonds drawing 5 per cent interest
We, the undersigned Auditors of Towanda' borough, certify that; we have examined the ac
counts of the Towanda Borough School District and find the same as I:Mre net forth correct.
IL L. LAMOREADX,
F. E. JAYNE.Auditors.
C. =Eft, • •
Tomas, July 5, 1892.
4 0 4 CLOTHING 4
(AP = a -I
AT PRICES WHICH. pAN BE HAD AT NO OTHER HOUSE,
tVbile maintaining the uniform standard of quality in excellence of work and
material by 1 I • • •
_ GOOD 11AfildElIIEN - V,17 CAREFUL BUYING, 1 ,
and SMALL MARGINS,' (with which I am content,) I have
RAISED THE STANDARD AND LOWERED THE. PRICE,
UNTIL TT 1/3 A I'OSMYE FACT TEAT • -
THE BEST . STOCK OF CLOTHING
In this vicinity is aow being sold for the least money by
MEWS, BOYS WO
Bobtp - ;;8-h#Ojiiibber&b
DITURE§ QF TOWANDA BOROUGH
881, to June 5, 1882. .
!duplicate for 1880 and 1881....
•' 1881 and - 1892..
and Society. for Church lot
ou ar Co
t quarter.of 'BO and 1811
1 to Sept. 1. 1831 •
ept. 1, 1881, to - June 1, 1882..
1 L O. O. F . , 0 on $5OO bond
on $5OO bond
plicate of Ha And 18fP2..
eliable Spring Garments
BOYS AND CHILDREN,
Wholesale Dealers in all kinds af
In.-mew AND CIULDREN'EI--
', A.INTIDA,- PA. '.17.
• • • $1.303 30
• 793 62 •
•:. . 47 29 •
• 161 57 ; .
• 964 35
... • 178 88
-I--- 10,832 31
' 360 00
' • 360 00
. 360 00
288 06 ;
279 47 i
..... 9,539 44
...... .. 1,740 76
, !... 12.500 00
lino Signed or , Endorsed the
- Following Remarkable
Dociument: . -
ins Chemists, 21 Platt St., New pork:
7 antic:non 7.—Por tho pastfew treurs.we
a uold int‘usitErsio!_PeiousPlaa
::.-a. Physicians and the . Public macs
n-nson's dormant. Partnut Plaster to all
u''.az.va. We consider them one of thevory
iv, roliablo houSehold 2‘41110111011 worthy
of coulLtlenoe. They are superior to all
ither Porous Plasters a Liniments for
dr.te.rr_al use. " 1 . • -
lic-oson , Pleuiter is a genuiris
Pail:cam:Mimi product, at the highest
crcier cf merit, and : so , recognised by
physicians and drsiggistn
•Nirhen other remedies goys Ben.
son's Capciae Plaster..
s Yon will, bo disaupointedle van , use
ciicap Plastors, Paglaar Elea ,
tic:al:Cagnetta toys:.. "
:41111t REMEDY AT LAST. Prize Oct,.
K MEAD'S Medicated CORN laid BUNION PIASTER.
QUEEN s Q
THE GREAT OPTICIANS,
924 CHESTNUT OPTIC IANS,
v , • •
.• ISIIPERII? SHWA. I •
SUP LENSES. and
For. manufacturiwz. all combine , to give bur SPECTA-'
CLES and EVE 7 GLASSES a minimal reputation.
LOST SIGHT NEVER RETURNS.
Dortint. trir &mina emir even hp Wang UNSIIIT:
ABLE GLASSES. .
folhora mt.( inn app/ication : —)Part 1—
ohowaticalinFtrune7+.t.. 162 unov.t. Part 9.—Optiad•
Irretrawea t 4. mum. Part--.Mat..-`c Lai:den:win
lkm4. Part 4—Ph4ogoplaical inatrualenta.A6o pages
' . • „.014 .
• 4 - .
Sanford's Radical. Curd.'
A single dose instantly relieves the most vio
lent Sneezing or Head Colds, clears the bead as
by magic, stops water] dis Charges from tho
nose and eyes, prevents ringing noises in the
bead, cures Nervous Heidache and subdues
Chills and Fever. In Chronic Catarrh it 'cleanses
the nasal passages of font mucus, restores the
sense of smell, taste and bearing when affected.
frees the head, throat and bronchial tubes of
offensive matter, sweetens and purifies the
breath, stops tho cough and arrests the prog
ress of catarrh towards consumption.
One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal
Solvent and Sanford's Staler, all in one pack
age, of all druggists ,for 41. Ask for Sanford's'
Radical Cure. VEERS &POTTER, Boston. `
c,01.11 -.0 100 tipies more effectual.
N , 1 than any other plaster or,
• " eleetrie; battery for petal
and weakness of the Lungs;
' Liter, Nldney sa n d lien
orCansv Partial Pang s i
s ,1,1 libenm,atism,Neur•lgis„;'
BYsier_l ll . --- ;Pemale Weak.
nest, .iv ervona Pains and' '
. p i . • ...- _ es - ' Weaknesses, Malarid ant.
. '4ASEXt' Fever and Ague. Price no.:
(U, B. AND FOREIgN:
Frank-A:Fonts, Attorney4t-Law, Look Box, 356,
' •i Sr Ten years! expedience.- .
I make so CITAIWZ for • - ervices unleu a
patent be granted. PreliminaiT examination in
the Patent Office as to the patentability of an in
vention ms.. Bend sketch' or model of the de-
Tice and a report will be made as to the proba
bility of obtaining a patent.
Special attention given -to rejected applica
tions in the hapda of others. . '
U. S. &Patois : Hon. Geo. F. Edmunds, of
' Vermont ; Hon.' David Davis and Gen. John A.
Logan, of Illinois ; Hon. Benj. H. 11111, of Geo?.
gin; • Hon. L. Q. C. Lamar, of Miss; Hon. S. M.
Cullom. Gov. of Illinois; the Hon: Commissioner
of Patents Ind Corps of Examiners and the pro
prietor of this paper.
Write for circular and instructions.
32,753 35 3novtl
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CUT THIS OUT!
ARUM •41/589 1 40 . PER'
MKS es , , WEEK.
WehavestoreelnlB . leadlng
from which oas meats °Mali their supplies ritrleldy.
Cia e Fitora i s d Ings s i v rat e r ai lz i r a zi
teem; to agents Address
M. H. LOVELL ViaucZwebt."
C Alan. (31.4 I3LO CIi
Main Street, Firslillfarti.
JOHN W. KLINE,
o a more 'convenient location, and established
himself' in tho ,ilarroll Block, opposite Seeles6
Hotel, is• prepared to supply hie patrons with
THE CHOICEST OP MEATS. •
. FISH. ,OYSTERS IN THEIR SEASON. . I
DOMIXMC PRIM, Lc., Or.;
WBOLOONA SACSAGka gpeasiti. All or=
d 0.% prompUy delivered. ; U
HORSE" Send 25 eta. in .stamly
AVA or currency for theme:.
ruin maim of I .ll4Ereatise on theilorse and
his Dieesses." It gives the beat 'treatment for ,
all diseases, has 60 tine engravings showing
BOOKpositions assumed by sick
horses better than can by
taught in soy other way, a table showing doses
of all the principal medicines used for the horse
as well las their effects and. antidotes when a
25ir o ,t s poison, a large cittlegiooon
telling thei egs Of a helve; with an engraving
showing teeth of each year • and s large amount
of other valuable horse information. Ilimdreds
of horsemen have pronounced it worth more
than bOoks Costing 455 'and $lO. The fact that
260.000 sold in about one-year before, it was re.
vised shows how popular the book is. 'The re.
' , died edition is =rat moan irratigirrino. • grxT)
son • C/160177A81 AGENTS WANTED. Dr.- J. D.
tendall & Co.. 11:n?abilrgh Falls. -Vermont. '
FIRE AND LIFE INMUNCE
BRINK & BUCK, Lellativille,
Willwrite Polieles for risks in Fire . and Life le
sassnce. Collect ashes with care and
promptness. They represent nous but
FIRST-CLASS COMPANIES - !
rheysolicitOtecnitidenosnuil patronage of %Voile
baring business it their bssi., and vitt endesver
to merit it. to or address
f BR=k at %. Lelicraine. Pa.
HIVING REMOVED MS
C(SlUgllti account 4 1 1Vnar k ab l y
atb and - l4sting frlgnince,
A,SYSTBSII THAT DIDIPT.WORK.
I ,:empi en il e ik 4a r i n addAmtaider p. skits
all very nice to to ic about, economizing and
*Ong_ a, rigid aicounl of menses and
that OA of thing, .but`rve, trie' d.
Weeks age It stoned- . .in on my way home
&thirds"' sight, and I.bellglitisst the gayest
little Rthedall, leathers- cream-leaf - Iteeetad
'book yon ever saw, =a a silver paling to
matehit• ItsaSa to* 'Fife after suPPer
`My dear, it *nu .to mo it costs lots of
money to teep,houw.' 'Yes, Lair'', but goini
snre I can't help It - I'm just as economical .
as I: can be. don't spend half as mach
for candias yeti do for; segars." I 'never
take any notice of personalities, so - I sailed
right ahead. 4 I believe, my dear that if we
were to keep ajdriet account. of evegthing
we spend we could just tell 'where to cut
down. I've bought a little account book,
arid every konday morning rn give you ,
same money, and you can set it down on
olio side, and thenduring the week you can
set down everything yens pond on the other,
andtbenon Stitarday night we can goover it
and see where the money goes and how we can
bathing down a little? Well, sir, she was
delighted—thought it WO a firstrate,'plan,
sad the'pocket account 'book was lovely--
nigtdar David Oopperfield and Dora I btud
ness. Well, sir, the neat;flaturday night we`
got through supper and she brought out
that little account book as proud as possible
'Mid handed it over fo* inspection. On one
side was,: 'Received .from Dreg wk. ,
That'a all right Theril looked on the ether .
Page, and what do ion think was ;there!
Spent 'it alit Then iI laughtd, and of
Wane she cried, sistspi4ave up the ao-
Count book racket on the' spot by mutual
Yes, sir, I've been there and ktow what
domestic economy means, I tell jot Let's
have a mgrs.",
Clear Complexion '
Qui be had by every lady who will use
Parker's Ginger Tonic. Regulating the
internal organs and purifying the blood
quickly removes pimples and gives a healthy
bloom to the cheek. Read about it in Othitr
UDGE DLATOEPOEIV . E ALX -J
Blatchford is known to all the second-lima
book stall keepers and junk dealers in New
York, not as the richest and most industrious
judge on an bench, but as the man who
collects old manses. This whimsical par-
snit is almost a mania with Judge Mitch.
(Ord. From the stateliest uattticail ahnanacs
down to the humblest_patent medicine an
neal, nothing with the signs of the zodiac
and the phases of the ;noon is foreign to his
testes. When he wait practicing at the Bat
' was largely concerned with admiralty .
' cases, and a Sesles of almanacs is part of the
!library equipinent of everysadmiraltylawyer.
This was theiorigin of his specialty. He has
now on hand the largest -and most, varied
lot of old almanacs in the country, if, not in
the world. lie ransacked Nassau and Ann
Streets for years With such industry that it is
o rare thing int' him to find an elmanac or
-calendar not already in his collection.-,N.
Gray bairsTare bcSiorable but the'r prema
ture appearance is annoying. Parker's
Hair Halsam priiy4nti the' annoyance by
restoringAe youthful color.
MONEY! AND MUSIC.
Speaking . , of the projected Grand Opera
[louse in this Cityi the New York corres
pondent Of the Buffalo Courier says : lichen
the project was formed, and Mapleson, the
gallant aOmmanderf of Mar Majesty's Ac.,
was, told Of it, ho laUghed sardonically at the
ide4 of building a Magnificent opera house
in. iNew York for $600,000. " Tell 'em,
said he, " that it will cost three times that,
and they won't have much of an opera
house then." ,The valiant Colonel seems,to
have been about right. But it is a -qnestibn
if any musical enterprise on a- large scale
could be made `
,to to pay. The experiments
thu4 far tried certainly are not, encouraging.
Music and business principles do not seem
to harmonize at all. It is not easy to forget
the resuleof the efforts of Theodore Thomas
some years ago to put what is called good
music on a paying bads. It was simply • a
dismal failure. Gilmore afterwards -did
pretty Well for a while at his big " garden,"
hut that j had to be given up, too., The
Casino at Broadviray and Forty-first , street.
opened With a grand flourish of trumpets,
but it paid only for a season or so, had to
be turned into a theatre, and is now closed.
Ariother place of the same kind is noar going
up, and Strauss incoming over to take charge
of it, but, there aro plenty of prophebi pre-
dieting it will prove another fizzle. The
fiascos , ,Of both Thomas and Maretzek ` in
Cincintatti show that the trouble abOutaansic
is not confined to New York. The kind of
noise that the big musicians call music does
not seem to take a firm hold on the public.
anywhere. A good deal more than half of
mankind ,"would rather run away, from it
than stay within hearing distance, - not to
speak ot paying for the purgatorial }privi
bbfIOUGH ON RATS:"
Clears Out, rats, mice, roaches, flies; ants,
bed•inigs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers:', 15c.
A Womm Paostscion DI COLORADO. —Two
fine-looking prospects were discovered lately
by that indomitable woman, Mrs. Josephine
Smith, ,of Frisco. She is deserving of • sue.
cess. She traveled on snow-shoes high up
the mountain sides. Some places the snow
was very' deep, • bat nothing donated •go
traveled on with a . pick on her shoulder. Aa
assay from one of her lateprospectiwarrants
development She Shill lake tip drills, pow
der and other took for :active work sem,-
Quick, emulate enre,.allannoTing Kidney
Bladder and Urinary itiiiieases. El. Drug
BUMS MUT tnivaszat Gram FIELDS....
Many fields of grain in the Suscot hills, Cat,
have been devastated by wild geese and
ducks. The farmers have tried to keep the
birds away by illuminating their fields at
night with large lamps and having men ride
around on horseback every few hours, bid
.with little success.--San Francisco Call.
Live and Learn
It is estimated that there, 'are over two
thousand millioh chickens hatched in the
United States every - year. But not
than half of these chicks reach the size
when they. aro fit to market. > The pip,
gapes, cholera, etc., kill millions of young
hiokens every year.: These (lion • sos can
be cured by : the use of Phenol Sodique.
For sale :by .druggists and general store
keepers: See adv, ••
HOTEL" FOR SALE.--I. offer - the
AllericaltHotel property for sale at a great
bargain. ;The 'Hotel may be seen on the corner
Of Bridge and Waterstreetkin Towanda Borough.
It is one of the bestond most central locations
in the Illicit There Is a good - barn connected
with the' property; The free bridge and new
depot near to it Mate :this Hotel desirable for
any one trialdnk to engine 'in the business; A
good active man with a small petal can pay for
the property in a short time' from the profits.
It was papered and painted new last spring end
is now in excelleht conditio n .
• . • - "JOSEPH O.'PATTOB,
Towanda. Pa., Sept. 49.1881-ti. • " - -
OR PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
done at short not* end reasenable rates I
e Rama a= aloe.
Nt, 1 r i l
' es tivell 4
Hr. Albert Kingsbury, Keene, N. U., troubled
with bad humor on hands and' neck, caused by
Lead poisoning. (He's a painter.; At times it
would break out, crack open," and the skin *epee.
ate from the ffesh in large pieces, suffering great
continual itching and stinging• Purchased
your remedied; need Cuticura Resolvent inter&
cud .Cuticure_ Soap esternally, and in less
than three months effected a complete cure,. and
has not been troubled' since. Corroborated by
Cullard k Foster. Druggists, Hoene, N. 11.
MOTHER DIED PROM IT.
J. W. ACams, Newark, Ohio, says• .conticura
Remedies sro the greatest medicines on earth;
Had the worst cue _salt rhuem 'in this country.
,My mother bad it twenty yeses, and In fact died
from it. I _believe Outlaws, would, have. saved
her life. My arms, breast and head were cov.
ered for three years, which nothing relieved or
cuted". until I used the enticura Resolvent
(blood; purifier) internally, and Cu curs and
Oakum Soap externally. ,
E. Carpenter, Faq., Henderson, N. Y..
cured of Psoriasis qr Leprosy, of twenty years'
standinp. by the Catkin% Rex°lei3nt internally,
Ind Ccit!curs and, Concurs. Soap externally.
the most wonderful case on record. Cure certi
fied to before a justice of the peace and promi
nent, citizetuk. MI afflicted with itching And
scab diseases should sand to us foi. this testi
monial in full.
SALT RHEUM. - •
Thosawho have experienced. the torments of
Salt; Rheum can appreciate the agony I, endural
for years, until cured by theCuticurs Rase!vent
internally. and Cuticurs Soap externally.
Stns. %at. Maumee'. Minion, Wis.
OUTICURA • •
and Cullman Soap externally and ()incurs Re
solvent internally will positively curs every
species of Humor, from Common . Pimple to
Scrofula. Price of entlenia, small boxes, Mks ;
large boxes. $l. CutiCura- Resolvent, it per
bottle. entienr&-egio" . I , Cuticura Shaving
Snap.lso.l Sold by all
Depot, WEEKS it-mrrEn. Boston, Mass. •
A Superlative Reaßb andltrength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork. or a mother run'Bown by family or house.'
hold duties try PAnuns's GINGER T( , NIG.
If you are a lawyeri . minister or business roan ex
hausted Isy mental steam or anxious carve, do not take
intoxicaungstimulants,butuse Parker's Ginger Tunic
' If you have Consumption, . Drpepsia, Itheuata
ism, Kidney Complaints, or any disorder oldie lungs,
stomach. bowels, blood or nerves. PAL KB rlf t C I:4GER
TONIC will cure you. It is the Greatest BI
And the Best and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If you are wasting away from age. dissipation or
any disease or weakness and require a stiinulant take
Gnrces-Touic at once it will invigorate and build
;you up from the first dose but will never intoxicate.
It has saved hundreds. of lives; it may save ; yours.
CAUTION !-,T4fuie all Ortltutes. Prime. Ginger Tonic Is
is nothing like it. insist upon having nous.
TON COLOGNE and look for signature of
• e f 9 , 6 ,„ at
on on bottle. Any Arnett or doter fn ferfontery
can ropply you. 25 and IS cent alzet.... •
LARGE s.tviNa BUYING 'l.se. 517.4
COLO , CNE:
RENDALIA'S SPAVIN CUBE
Is sure in its effects, mild in its action ;s ft does
not blister, yet is penetrating and powerful to
reach every deep seated pain or to remove any
bony growth or other enlargements, such as
spavini, splints, curbs, cancan, sprains swell
tugs 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 bo the
best liniment for min ever used, acting mild and
yet certain in its effects.
Bend address for Illustrated Circular which
we think gives positive proof of its virtues. No
remedy has ever met with such unqualified 'ac
cess to our knowledge, for beast as well a man.
Price $1 per bottle. or six bottles for $5. All
Druggists haveit or can get it for you, or it will
be sent to any address on sculpt of price by the
proprietors,Dn. B. J: Fuck= k -Co., Enos
burgh Falls. Vt. •
Sold by all Dragglata.
lESTAELIFII*Ii IN 1865.)
( HOWARD A:SNOW,'
631 F arum . N. iV WASUINOTON, D. C
'(Succeesoe• co Gilmore, Smith tr. Co., at
Chipman, Homer & Co.)
Patents prckured upon the mine plan which
was originated and.succcaandly practiced by the
abote-riamed firm. -
Pamphlet of sixty pages lent upon receipt o
• ' • ' Metal
" BETTER TO LEAD
A - GOOD MAXIM, BUT NOT'
It is bettei to ipllo'w
The 'old and Reliable. Dealer in
' 404 - 11adO elothino•
From !his old stand. (No. - 2. Patton's
Block) to his',NEW LOCATION in the
large and commodius store, No. ' 123,-
Main Street, formerly occupied bb
E. Solomon , 'tt Son, (one ,door , - north
of Fetch - it C 0.,) wheru he is cow upon
with a fnll and Complete,. Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
HATS AND CAPS,
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
- MOREL AS, CANES, &C,
nava, .8 OY' 'YOUTiI'S and
CHILDREN'S full and complete
suits of all des and prices.
While he ainis o, frail the tmde,-be,
aiks his ea-friends ami evcryholly else
to follow him to hiB new loeatihn. where
hci still flt Ithem out in the hightstatyle
or art at the !invest picot' Come
• :• H: .JA
Tow . autfa, Po., April 6,, l'&21.
PLATFORXI WAGONS, TOP AND
orts =rooms for sale at decided bargains
-A large number of superior make and finish.
• - C. L. MOT.
HENRY, 8121}3214:R. -
Towanda, April vilm
.1 AZ4D.2 BRIDGE St.
Is now open in his Mammoth Double Store with
fresh and complete stock of fashionable
Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Suits of all Grades for
Men ' Boys_, Youths and Children.
Our rents hate been ob tained on the most
favorable terms. sod our Current expenses H.
&aced to the lowest possible minimum. we pro
pose to give ourcustomers the hilidetit of these
Reductions by.putting our prices at Lower Fig
ures than any other Clothing Winne in Towanda.
We invites careful examination of: our stock'
and 'prices, whether wishing to buy ox not. We
can satisfy the closest buyer of the trot h of
w hatwe say. , •
WE MEAN BUS SS.
Call and wo will satisfy you
$,. Remember. Nos. 1 and 2, Bridge Street.
J. K. BUSH.
Towanda, Pa., April 10, 1882‘. yr •
Is still to be Nand at the OLD STAND
AMIN- STRE E 7',
Next door to D. H C. Porters Drug Store
WITH A FULL LINE Old
FINE AMERICAN fi,ND SWISS
STERLING SILVER AND
FINE PLATED WARE,
SPECTACLES & EYE GLASSES,
PROM THE OHEV'EST TO THE BEST.
oir ALL OF WHICH WILT. EE SOLD AT THE
VERY LOWEST.PRICES, . .
Clocks, Watches andlJewelry promptly repaired
by an experienced and competent- workman. •
GEM LI. ROSS
Now occupies the Corner Store opposite Dr. H.
C. Porter's Drug Store, Main Steeet,
with a largo stock of ,
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
Mr. floes has A.197111M S=ons ON B1311;41. Siam
J. L. Schoonover is clerk. The two stores• are
connected by Telephone. Mr. Boss can now feel
satisfied that be can give the
BEST GOODS iron m LEAST MONEY
His experience enables him to select the best
goods, which he is bound to sell at II LOW PRICE.
You can always get a bargain if you
BUY- YOUR GROCERIES AT ROSS'S
All goods delivered tu - the Borough FREE.
FARMERS will do well to call with their Produce
and palate CASH. 2naprB24y.
BLANK WOK MANUFACTURER
• . AND •
Alfred J. Pu',ivis,
• No. .131 Genessee street,
All work in
_Ms lino done well and promptly at
" Parties having volutois incomplete will be ins.
Dished iritlrany missing numbers at cost price.
All orders given to' 3. J. Scanlan, Agent for
Bradford County will be promptly, executed ac.
cording to directions. ! sep94l
Corner . Second and 12 Donets Northwest,
near Pennsylvania Avenue.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Within a square of the Capitol. Street cars pass
near the door to all parts of the city. Conven.
lent to she depots. , This is just the hotel for
Pennsylvanian. visiting the 'National Capital.
Rooms well , furnished. and the cleanest and
best beds in the city. Table first class.
Rooms mid board from $2 to $3 per day.
Itedoced rates by the week or month.
teof the Congressional Hotel; Capitol Hill.
Jan 11-tf, •
, We keep on.band constantly for builders,
LIME, HAIR, BRICK, LATH,
SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
WAGON- MAIER'S SUPPLIES
Fellows, Spoken, Hubbs, Mills, Foles:
Also a full linitaldhelf and Wavy lisrdwsie. and
a full line of
Carriages, Platform and Lumber Wagons,
Made by us witliskfiled torannen, and Inninnted
in every partkn4r. . . .
DEANE:MEV & SPALDING,
• Hardware *tilers.
Tray, April 274 y •• • '
For COUCH.% 001.1:2 :.;- - ."1::: Till iltitAT Cr.0::041: :: :.',
MONIA CONSUrsIPTU3Li Dig:oases of THROAT, 12.
A S fr
. : al I •in Its inetpient and advanced :::.w. A.. ,
.. ,1 :
and LUNGS. but It lta.s tierce boon so advantatp , ort-1.. , efil.:;10:.:44:. .
/WM its 8001.111 pg Balsamic properties afford :. 41'. , :"1t t..... ~ :1; I t:!:.
system niter tue cough bas been relieved. Quart. :,t/..3 not:l4:N 4.
, r..... 1. ti..J
I DO not e e deceive-ft 1.7 ilcateri vtin tr.. :.,
plac of our WOW I'OCIE 4 N'i i I. ','
9161 1 4 11 ETarticle—thejenulnehits a Private Die 'Pro * prietaiy 1 4 1,3:!if. u
periiiitii li to belkiltil by Druggists. Grocers and DeaslerA Eve:.i .. t
air • air WITIMIT SPIICIAL.TAZ ort LICEiZE:: I -
The TOLD, ROCK AND RYE CO., Proprietors l 4l River ,St., s.lhic, -
- • 1 4
G. •H. WOOD & CO.
on the First Monday of April. fleeing fitted up
entirely new 4 with the, est of instruments, we
are prepared to make •
Tintypes, 4 at one sitting all for 50 ets.
in neat envelopes, 10 for sl.ou. Copying of all
kinds of Photographs,and Stereoscopic and large
view work done at this gallery..
'Give ns a call and we will try an I satisfy you
in price and flighty. map 28
KENDALL'S SPAVIN • CURE
r. sure to cure Spaying,- Splints,
rb, lc. It removes all unnatural
7 . enlargements. Dims xor WAIIITSS.
_ Flu no equal for any lameness on
; beast or man. It has cured hlp.joint
r . • •;‘,lameness in a person who had ant
lered 15 years. Also cured rheuma
tism. corns, frost-bltes• or and
I..raties, cut or lameness. - It has no equal for
guy blemish on holies. Send for illustrated
-circular giving rostvivt. rac..m. Price $l. ALL
DRUGGISTS have it or can get it hryeu. Dr. B.J.
Kendall it Co., Proprietors, Ruosourgh Falls,
1 1 Vermont. H. C. Portals, AgentoTowanda. Ps.
BESThusiness now Wore the public. Ton
can make mony faster at work for u.
than at anything else: Capitol not .
needed. We will start you. , $l2 a day and up
wards Ends at home by the Industrious. - Men.
Women, boys and girls wanted everywhere to
work for us, Now is the time. You can work
spare time only or givy,e your whole time to to e
business. You can liTp at home and do the work
'No other business will pey you nearly as well.
No one can fail to make enormous pay oy en
gaging at once. Costly Outfit and terms free.—
Money made fast, easily and honorably. - .
Address, Taut et Co., Augusta, Mune. .
You need not:Die to Win
MUTUAL • ENDOWMENT
AND • -
Of Wally N. Y.
You receive one-half 'of your insurance; ac
cording to the American Lilo Table, when two
thirds of your life expectancy is finished—for
illustration, a man or woman joining the Asso
ciation. at 36 years of age taking a certificate for
$2,500, receives $1,275 when a little over 56years
of age, exactly the period fix life when. little
flhancial help is generally more needed than at
any,p tiler time.
BLADES ix .BOGEBS.
'june2tf. - General Agents for Penn's.
t . I
will open .their New . Gsllery is
NATIONAL 111.711EAU OF INVENTIONS.
EVERY INVENTOR •
That by the Rules of the . Patent -Office
to procure -
P ATEN T.S,
Models are not necessary unless specially called
Bend drawing and specification, upon receipt
of which we will make examination at the Patent
Office, and advise as to patentability. •
FEE PAYABLE on ALLOWANCE of PATENT.
Send for PAMIIII.I7 of Issuncrtons, free to. y
address. . DAISTEAD & CO..
Washington, D. C.
Publishers of the Conpruciogai Repirkr.
Jinnary, 5, 1882.-rtf
The place to save money b owing cheep la et
Clamor Main and Franklin Streets
reepoctfully announce to the publlo tha
Filmy hare a large stack Of
FLOUR, PEED. _ SISAL. GRAIN. SALT. PISU
PORN, and PROVISIONS generally.
We ba r ite alba added to one Welt • earletp of
WOODEN WADI., snob se BEITTIit TIIIIB. pig
Elite. =ma. •
Just received .a , large stock :of Supra. Teas.
Coffees, SpiCes. 110IIL1302;11 PCPS SOAP.. the
best in the market, and other make of diosp
Syrup and Molasses. which they offer at low
prices for Cash. oct 2.0
DIRS. D. V. STEDGE,
Mantsfailurer of and Deafer to
HUMAN , HAIR
uca AS WSCS BANDEAUX, the 3pnlar
EVERYTHING BELONGING To Tag HAM TRADE
eirSpecial Attention siiso to COMBINCB
Boots an turntdons var. ,
SWITCHES from. sl upwards. Also Agent tor
Hunter's Invisible race Ponder,
Madam Clark's Corsets, and ..
Shoulder -Brace Elastics.
sarParticular attentionpard to aressing
hairat their homes or at my place of business.
eve r Evsna k Ilildretb's store.
AT CRANE'S :CANCER -INFIR
HUNDREDS OF PERSONS from all puts of
the world have been cured of Ude much dreaded
disease and am now Using ultimate that they
hare been rescued from a terrible and untimely
death.. Doctor*. Ministers and the Poor treated
tied. Write fora Cimalargivingfallimrticalare
Addams Dm. CRANE s Wm BROWN .
Addleon.ll. Y. ; liept.3o,lThOPßeeo.
jwyenclio ,k, martin's
1/21' • • •!,
4 r ••,e/
11A8 REMOVED 1113 GIIOCERT /MINES'S u,
THE SOUTH-EAST CORNER OF 211.1 ti
Head - Qxiarters
FOR xv A t I' :i • • •
CASH. PAID - for Desirable Prc.
duce. Fine BUTTER land EGGS
can the atten
tion Of FARMERS and
others to . his large and complete
- • assortment of
()pen Sr, 'Fop Buggies
. - . • all of •
own MANUFACTURE and war
ranted in every par
Bryant's Flexible Springs' used In - all Platform
• Wagons. The easiest and boat In nee.
NO . *..N YOUR TIME TO:BUI!
Look at these figures
Two/tested Csxnages trom
Photons, one rested . 4
Top. Bu ggies
IDemoerit Wagons .
Ilemeinber that the above are all fully warrant
ed, Arst-elass or no pay. •
Repairing promptly stttended to it 25 per ceut
below last years prices.
Officeand Factory car. Blain and Elizabeth Ste.
Towahila 5 ct. Store
s prepared to offer a complete assort
SATCHELS, &C .
;` , 4: 1
For the coming Spring Trade, we 7V
adhere as heretofore to our established •t.l
principle—that a qnick sale with a small 1-,0
profit is 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
house. - -
IttirWe , endeavor to sell the best
article for the least possible_monev.
LOEWUS & FREIMUTH qi*
THE MOST SIICCID3BPIIL REMEDY over dlr
covered, as it is certain in its effects and does
not blister. Also . excellent for human Ilea
READ PROOF BELOW.
FROM COL. It, T. FOSTER.
Youngstown, Ohio, May 10th. 11.z , 4).
Dn. B. J. llSsztam. k Co:—I had a very vtlio'
ble Hambletonlan colt which I prized very high' v"-
ly, he bad a large bone spavin on ono - Joint sea F.
a small one on the Other which made him Tel
lame; I had him under the charge of two veteri
nary stirgeone which failed to cure him. I in ,
one day reading the advertisement of Rettdstl's
Bpavin Cure in the Chicago Express, i:detert s " .
041 st once to try it, and got our druggist, here 4-
to send for It;-they ordered three bottles; I took
them all and thought I would give' it a thorough
trial, I used It according to directions - and the
fourth day the colt ceased to be lame. and tb.
lumps have disappeared. I used - but one bottle
and the colts limbs are as free from lumps spa 7::
as smooth au any horse in the state, 116 Is en
tirely cured. The cure was so remarlotble,tbs t
I lot two of my neighbors have tile remaining E . :
two bottles, whd are now using it. •
L. T. FOSTER.
Kiindah l Ei Spa -
ON HUMAN FLESH.
Patten's Mille. Washrtin - co.. rebm..r l ;
. Da. B. J. KIXDALL, Dear Sir:—Tho particmi t
case on which I used your Kendall's Spavin Cu re
was a malignant ankle sprain of sixteen month'
standing. I hid tries manythings, but iu Vain .
Your fipavin Cure put - the foot to the gronna
again, and for the first time since burl, in
natural' position. For family liniment It et•
eels wain* we ever used.
BEV. Iy U. P . BELL.
pastor of M. It Church. Fattens N. l • ;
krice $l. per bottle, or six bottles for ;s.
ViValitS" lin it or can get it for you. or it till
bifsent to astyaddiesson receipt of price by the
proprietors, DR. B. J. KENDALL t CO.. Ent*
burgh Falls. Vt. Bold at
Di*. H. C.'Porter's DrUg Store,
Wu. D. V. !WEDGE.
AND' BRIDGE BTaFXTS, WHERE
LIE BA$ I:WADI...MED
Cheaper than ever- tt the
OED ESTABLISHMENT ,
1r II E.:
M rr ftEIE
NEXT DCOR TO EELCH k CO
went of -
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
WHITE and' RECORATED CHINA
Latet designs and patterns of
~' April 29 ly
$l5O to sl:5
125 to 156
12.5 to 155
80 to 100
90 to no