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Mrs. SWEET can be found at STERN'S New
York Store, where her millinery orders will
Country dealers will find it to their advant- i
"AGE to buy their candies at PITCH'S.
This NOTICE is intended to inform all per
sons indebted to the late firm of MCINTYRK J
& RUSSELL that they must make immediate [
payment or costs will be made. The books j
anil accounts arc in the hands of
JAMES WOOD, Attorney-at-law,
The PARAGON School Desk is the best in '
the market. Warranted not to get out of;
order or break. Call at FROST'S SONS Fur
niture Store and examine the same. tf
If you want the best vegetables, the largest
oysters, the best cuts of meat, and the finest
sausage to be found in Towanda, call on Mr. j
MULLOCK, at the old Market, just south of ;
the Ward House,
Ut-IF Geo Lyneheome has opened a new
Barber Shop over Powell's store where he is
always ready to wait upon all those who may j
favor him with their patronage. Shampooing
hair cutting Ladies' and Children's hair at
their residence no extra charge.
(fptTMacohs is selling Overcoats all the way
from $2 up to any price you are willing to
Cigars of about every known brand at
Don't put otr your Christmas purchases ,
until the last moment. FITCII has a full line
of candies and confections, and now is the
time to make your selections.
Mrs. FLETCHER is selling millinery goods
Prices way down in Gents tine and coarse !
boots and shoes. All goods warranted as
represented, at BLUM'S.
On account of a change in my business, i
I will sell Millinery Goods at cost.
Mrs. M. A. FLETCHER,
No. 4 Bridge street.
The continued mild weather has induced |
ROSENKIELD. the Clothing merchant, to re-;
duee the price of Overcoats and other winter
Clothing. Call and secure bargains. There |
will be plenty of cold weather yet.
For a good, durable and neat fitting shoe, I
go to BLUM'S.
PATCH BROTHERS pay 30 cents, in cash, I
for pheasants, and the highest price for but
UST"!f you want a stylish hat. cheaper than
you ever bought one, call at KOSKNFIELD'S
JOfChoiee Hams and Smoked Beef, at 1
MYER A DEVOE'S market, Bridge Street.
OVERCOATS SO cheap that you can afford to j
buy two or three, at ROSENKIKLD'S clothing
nr-yAt MYER A DEVOE'S market is the
place to get tender steaks and nice roasts.
lQF*Myer A Devoe are receiving fresh
Oysters daily, at their market, Bridge St.
your fresh fish at RUNDKLL'S.
A DEVOE keep the largest and
best assortment of Fruits and Vegetables in
]f tTGo to E. I). RUNDKLL'S for the best j
Steaks and Roasts.
Bacon of the best quality -al
ways on sale at E. D. RUNDKLL'S market.
ASTFRKSH OYSTERS to-day. at E. D.
r-tTA room for rent in Button's Block, over
Jacob's store. Apply to J. G. Button,
Under this head we will invert FREE, notices of
situations or help wanted.
A good girl to do general housework, and
plain sewing, at Benj. Kuykendall's, Poplar
Mrs CURRAN, on street west of FROST'S
Furniture factory, would like work at plain
sewing, tailoring, carpet making, or washing
A young man of good moral habits wishes
a situation in a Dry Goods or Grocery store,
three years' experience. Good references
Apply to the edttors of this paper.
GRIST MILL FOR SALE.—The subscriber
offers for sale an undivided half interest in
the Globe Mills, near Towanda, and adjoin
ing Maj. IIALE'S, with mill-house, ham and
other out buildings, and eight acres of land
connected therewith. The mill has lately
been put in thorough repair, and is now doing
a splendid business—running day and night.
Said half interest now rants for $450 a year,
clear of all expenses, and in good times
would readily rent for SOOO. This is a rare
opportunity for a profitable investment.
Terms, half cash, the balance on longtime.
JOSEPH G. PATTON.
PITTSTON, WILKES - BARRE, AND
LOYAL SOCK COAL.
Invites the patronage of liis old friends and the pub
lic generally. I shall keep a full assortment
of all sizes,
AND SHALL SELL AT
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
Yard and office, foot of Pine street, just south of
Aug. 30 N. TIDD.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK.
The oldest and Best Fashion Magazine
REDUCED TO 82.00 PER YEAR.
Subscriptions will be received at this Office in
Clubs with this Paper.
The DAILY REVIEW and Godey's Lady's
Book for one Year at 84.50.
See what Godey's Lady's Book will Contain
Nearly I*2oo pages of tirst-class Literary matter.
12 Steel Plate Beautiful Original Engravings.
12 Large and Elegantly Colored Fashion Plates.
24 Pages of Vocal and Instrumental Music.
900 Engravings,on Art, Science, and Fashion.
12 Large Diagram Patterns of Ladies' and Chil
12 Architectural Designs for Beautiful Homes.
200 iu* more Original Receipts for Family Use.
And the usual Original Department matters.
The January No. of the New Year will he issued
December rst. and will contain the open n g chap
ters of one of tin* Best Serial Stories ever printed in
American Magazine, by
the author of " A Gentle Belle," " Valerie Ayl
nier," " Morton House," etc,, entitled
We have engaged a Full Corps of Distinguished
Writers, whose Contributions will enrich Godey's
Lady's Book during the year.
Send in your Clubs at once. You can add any
names afterwards at the same price as the
TERMS.—Cash in Advance.
One copy, one year, $2 <lO
Two copies, one year, 3 70
Three copies, one year, 5 25
Four copies, one year, 6 00
Five eopies, one year, and an extra copy to the
person getting up the club, making six cop
ies 9 50
' I'lglit copies, one year, and an extra copy to
the person getting up the club, making nine
; copies, sl4 00
Now is the time to make up your Club.
JfOW TO REMIT. —Get a Post-office Money
Order on Philadelphia, or a Draft on Philadelphia
:or New York, if you cannot get cither of these,
| si-mi Bank-notes, and in the latter case register
! your letter.
To parties intending to get up Club, a specimen
| copy will lie sent on application.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK PUB. CO. (Limited),
1000, Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa
Will open to-morrow an IM
MENSE STOCK of Standard
I Family Bibles, Sunday School
Books, and other goods for the
; holiday trade. Will he sold at
AUCTION, commencing Satur
day Evening Dec. 20.
QOAL! COAL !
CHE AM* FOR CAS MM !
I The following prices will be charged for ••f.V
-TMMIZ.tCMVK t'O.IJL in the yard, in all the I
j yards signatures hereto attached, until furthe
STOVE, $4 25
CHESTNUT, 4 25
GRATE, 4 25
EGG, 4 25
Cartage, FIFTY CENTS PER TON IN
addition to above, and an EXTRA CHARGE for j
W. M. MALLORY, Towanua.
E. It. PIERCE,
HART LETT BROS., Wysox.
| At.?r.ILLOK I ~S , formerly l'hin- |
LARGE STOVE, fV 00
SMALL STO VE, A 2.5
CHESTNUT, A 25
ECU, A 00 |
<Hi ATE, A 00
SMALL CHESTNUT, 2 5
With same additional charges tor cartage.
W. M. MALLORY.
October, '-4, 1870.
J. L. KENT'S.
SI I'l< I Sill
IMMENSE STOCK !
CLOAKS and SHAWLS,
GLOVES and HOSIERY,
3 button Kid Gloves, only 75
Cents, worth a dollar.
SHEETINGS & SHIRTINGS,
of the best brands, cheap !
CLOTHS and CASSIMERES,
of all qualities and prices.
RIBBONS & FANCY GOODS,
the best selection ever offered
in this market.
FLANNELS & BLANKETS,!
in endless variety.
In fact my assortment of DRY
GOODS is complete and is not
: excelled by any establishment in
the country. In prices
I DEFY COMPETITION !
and cordially invite inspection of
Imy goods and a comparison of
Col. Means' mammoth
store, second door south of Mc.
Tntyre Brothers hardware store.
J. L. KENT,
Nov. 14. Agent.
Continually attend the
11 the store formerly occupied by J. L
KENT, Moore's Block.
The stock comprises large i nes of
DKHSS GOODS, CALICOES, DOMESTICS,
TABLE LINENS, TOWELSand TOWELNG,
FLANNELS, MARSEILLES and CROTCHET
QUILTS, BLANKET!,, HOSIERY OF ALL
KINDS, KNIT UNDERWEAR, GLOVES
in great variety, LADIES SKIRTS,
and CORSETS, UMBRELLAS and
PARASOLS, RIBBONS, and
RUCHES, COLLARS, and
CUFFS, LACES, and
and NOTIONS, FINK TABLE and POCKET CUT
i LERY. In fact everything found in a first
No old styles as in most Bankrupt stocks, th
goods having been purchased within the year.
Sales at 1 and 7 p. m., until stock is closed.
OS- Ladies Especially invited. No reserve.
1831. THE CULTIVATOR 1880.
! Country Gentleman.*
The Best of the
AGRICULTU RA L WEEKI.I EVA.
I it is UNSURPASSED, if not UNEQUAI.ED, for he
Amount and Variety of the PRACTICAL JNFORMA
TUN it contains, and for the Ability and Extent of
its CORKKHPON DENCE— in the Three Chief Directions
Farm Crops and Processes,
Horticulture and Fruit-Frowing,
Live Stock and Dairying—
; while it also includes all minor dcputments of rural
! interest, such as the Poultry Yard, Entomology,
Bee-Keeping, Green house and Grapery, Veterinary
j Replies, Farm Questions and Answers, Fireside
I Reading, Domestic Economy, and a summary o
j the News of the Week. Its MARKET REPORTS are
j unusually complete, and more information can he
| gathered from its columns than from any other
source with regard to the Prospects of the Crops, as
! throwing light upon one of the most important of all
questions— When to Buy and When to Sell. It is
liberally illustrated, and constitutes to a greater
I degree than any of its contemporaries A LIVE
A GRICUI /!' URA L NE WB P A PER
Of never-failing interest both to Producers and Con-
I sinners of every class.
The COUNTRY GENTLEMAN is published Weekly
1 on the following terms, when paid strictly in ad
i vance: One Copy, one year, $2.50; Four Copies,
$lO, and an additional copy for the year free to
the Header of the Club' Ten Copies, S2O, and an
i additional copy for th year free to the sender of
\ the Club.
For the year 1880, these prices include a copy of
1 the ANNUAL REGISTER OF RURAL AFFAIRS, to each
subscriber—a book of 144 pages and about 120 ne
gravings—a gift by the Publishers.
| All NEW SubHcribem for 1880, paying in ad
' ranee note, will receive the paper WEEKLY, from
, receipt of remittance to January Ist, 1880, with
I out charge.
Specimen copies of the paper free. Address
LUTHER TUCKER & SON, Publishers,
Albany, N. Y.
As usual, the Vertical Feed
Sewing Machine took First Pre
mium, at the late county Fair.