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ECONTMOND FRA ittrerreoe.3 --- ' -
jeeßtr.4 l , , l 114'had of late:felt h;s mode'
T - lifelle be /to fritiesi4nl and tinidensocite. that
resolreian_lrtforming, it, or r ather,;, ion re...
tieing ItisjilicisArc.l_, tijr...nattiryik,e.young
'- woman whose trge fortunes would he a-relief
to him, whosAiiauty and eleganee teciuld'adorn
. his establishrolith att_t/ighese character` would
fill up certain awkward blanks in his. A . m.
Saari ledlilleiVand 'alliinablei as he flattered
,relf, r s bed•iliscovered in Auginita.,Etn,ly.,
- - 1. iii-Em 'y'rettithei was :aleiding ivenith Of
fashion-iwthe' , eiti.- aneshe had' recfeived • hici
nqiffit'Weinoiletratiorts vritlioniquiroCal indica.'
4 ' l ' 'Mai 'CI 'Over. " '
'''' ' 'He deltheratelY determined to leave Fanny,
1,.,i05,?t0-had done-others, to shift forberself, qui
-eh,. ,eting his eonseleince=it was easilti r pheified
4 liE. witivtbc. - retleetion *hit ha left her father, hetter .
' l .' , :lotTthlifiiiiiiiiiidlitir. ' ''Ai if sicaplicity; con
__ tentment, and a good nam`e - were marketable"
- --article:J.:to be - trafficked away for a fesi jewels,
Tat iiidOilk,s4 l
.f- i f .1 N. 4 PART ?ge l "'
i t ialinr" kf hl; .l 73*rruoro igl!1 have lain -down. and
_a in theot:rtiemitylif her despair at 'finding
herself finally dcrserted. or, in .herself-con:
demnation, she, she might-have done violence
,-,,,,t,ctkr-,life-E,but.her child was God's argument
to reason, patienee. , Calmness and exertion.
_,; ....,,Sherrat 'herself, to consider what could be
v ;iclone.-1 %In • all this
. great city. Mro.• O'Rooke
. 7 ...ewasher only 'icquointapce. and though poor
4.-- , end lictiorant;''ishe Wirt; too, hei friend, and
Fanny was in a strait to know the of that word
friend..'i'c'Sli r e can; perhaps. tell rue where to
find employment." thonghtFanny ; "antleer 7
- ..rtainlY she. will be kind to lite." And to her
'414 deterejleett to go. She laid aside, all her
"Sue' Clothes. which were- now unfit for her,
ixfin4;had , become disgusting-to her, and put on
,Jatgingham.dressing gown. and over it.a black
and white plaid-cloak. which, with a' neat
straw, bonnet, (her' aunt's last gifts,) seemed,
di ile' lOOked 'of heiself in them, in some de
gree to-,restore her self-respect. " Dear,lton
.i.eet:olitfrieilds,°,slie exclaimed. " would that
• I had never. laid yon- aside l" It was with a
different felling that she -took up laid down,
one after ancither; the i pretty frocks 'she had
rffeliatelfr , !Tiede And claiiitilY . trimmed fort' er
~ 1 1' 1 *
, - ';'!'§he leeks. so pretty, .in them," She
lhought ; " and lam sure there is no in in
-,,bectoolting-pretty."-`. But after a little shrink
-1 ing;' ' dressed the babY- in a cotton' night.
1 -gow rand'iookolf tier Coral neck lace. -brace
lleie d'tielli, end ehe then-wrapped her warm-
ly in hawls, lift:the house. and, after walking
two squaresoilte reached 0 • rail-road car.—
There were-several persons in the car when
she entered, and as usual,- they :tinned 'their
eyes on the new 'comer, but not, as , ueital,
turned them attjaY egain.• Those -exquisite
features arrested the.dullest eye, and there teas
somethingin.theilepth-of expression on that
young face to awaken • interest in the dullest
soul. One man touched his neighbor, who
was absorbed in his newspaper, and - directed
his eyes to Fetiny.„: . Twp young women in
terchanging Cipressions of wonder and curiosi
ty with their,eyes fixed on her. :A good little
boy, _feeling an - instinctive' sympathy , teith
something;' 1C knew, Pot what, , expressed it
by offering ' her abine pea'-'nuts, and when she
looked up to - thankbim. she, became, for the
first tinte r xonseious. of -the general gaze ; and
thankful she was, when at the intersection of
Houston street. the ear -stopped to let her out.
" Have tecire." 'said 'a
Quaker woman at her
side, as slie ; rose .; "thee art young to, be trus.
tett With' a baby." ...
Fanny'. overcome by and fatigue—
for it was long since she had walked out—Was
ready to sink, when. after having walked near
ly a mile down' Winston street. she earneio
her former li r Ciiiie: - . The. O'Rooke 's were not
, there. " They, have: moved' many months
since," her informer - said. '...down into Broome
-street, near. North-river.' " Was it far ?"
Fanny asked.'"'"lA tedious way." '" Might
she conic in and rest herself ?." " Indeed was
she welcome;, aula,sliame was it for any lady
to send such a delicate child out with a baby
in-her arms.n • And when-Fanny eamein and
saw the stairs she had so often in her childtmod
trodden, the tears etaited from her eyes, and
when her baby wakedend would not be quiet
ed with fond from,.her breast, she perceived
the women exchanging significant looks and
nails, and overcome by weakness and a. gush
of emotion, she burst ;ley) hysterical sobbings.
- Poor young eratexptior young crater !-..-
God help youX,',,eielaimed the women. with a
true Irish guilt offeeting ; " and what let you
are wanting? Here's a drink 'of milk ; take
it, honey dear ; it will' strengthen you better
than whisky. We've 'thine with. that, thank
God and Father Matthew." '
; [ro en CONTI:I3I.ED.]
A NCI9ANCE. — A•man who refuges to use his
money to aid industry,' enterprise and business
talent, in producing and adding to die wealth of
the country, but who hoards it or holds it back,
` ,- _ , watching for the opportunity of purchasing at . 2
rsacrifice the property of those whom the use "of
would have enabled to have - stood against ail
reverses, met their liabilities, proipered in,,busi
nessNnd'siVetl'a Compeietice for their families,
is a nuisance in his neighborhood. an, injury to
society, and an nnworthy steward of the blew.
sings of Providence. .It would haie been both
better for society and. hirriself, if her never had
been born, or had beeka poor than.
A Tovon ONE.--tVe see an account _in the
last Montgomery (Ala..) Journal. of a tremen
dous eagle :recently killed in that neighborhood.
Geese, pigs, kids. and - eien 'sheep Were his
common preY;lat it wag not - until he attemp
ted to take off a negrriehild that au effort was
made to kill him which; resUltesl successfully.
So terrified, indeed, were the neighbors, - theta
reward of Ofitl was offered 'Rimy • one who
would take hini. ,- 7TheweightOf the eiglels
put down at sixty-seven 'pountls; and , ha is
said to hays, c ineasprod:octglit feet three inches
from oni pond of_the,wing to the other:, The
story is tol l d.With all seriousness, . • '
conducted by the Preitident `or•nli . Agricultural
Society in England, shouri - that ritanufe 'Which
wis kept covered by .titne.inclies with
earth. so that no elrailiitration escaped, produced
foialliiiikeln mom ofi gtainltti she: net*, than the
Raw qoatlti,ty,6'd kind of applied
o . land, but which;
hail lain . Nig? ,die,;l2llt qt January, o the 4th of
APO,4W4ed toi:ilte- weather. •
Nitinvvaii LiTi.—Among thellsmenear
teelintititthe festive seasons, we nronein the
the -1 011 1 .01 1 ,41niMer,:MtaPh is ;Vile
kalie Aged 102 yeantittatiied
zmilvibroseMitt;nn,- aged 841;Hew' !ong'
doss deg lisfvf ep62i'erpotht, pulle - ici;bpjt
tt :tf.ri .7i .1.
.4quareo----- , I
' ERE arorythint may be (nand in bis line of
,:stove or 11 tiro l'oesalewbeti the,
m . 1
d em to oaer V.Frcals 431801 p OYSTERS
Nat. doer loaalriklnivirsillishisient:
A Tinman tried, once OD a time,
- .TO:do.the husincsiiica Mom :
%amok be i 91 put it Mid rhyme,
TIM house-is Mirre=ll, pafthe•teni-'-'
liom darer a:Soble. dam bne
An,! 0.. 4 dat0 tV9r•Tußiiejlie
run Tin ify i m iling B eer
hire's at theril'ill good people, I • •
. Sell pie-tinnot without
Add pots—with tea aid' cOffio ton: ' •
Withal s stove to enok'thein • ,
Pitibitoups;-and iiitsiio put in:
• To Make you reel tight in your skin,.
' wady to break, or else to turn
" The corner, so its .106 to'leath '
..Whate'es'you ritell find it here;
Except Dry Goode.they'li eotrM'next'yeait''
Sheet Iron, candies, flour and pork;
Fish, soap, tin, copper, and all work - ,
',For most.too I'll try it all
give a calico , n 26
, latest attital •of New •Goods
WELLES & SATTERLEE have been reeeiv
• tits; the =feet. three weeks from New York. a
largo arid. splendid 'stock of 'SALL% end WINTER'
opens, selteteal from the latest importations with on=
tMni;eire as to , style, qualitrand especially:as Wrpri
, do not pretend to haws the htr g est stoek in
the counpY,,or /utter than,any other Mauer but they
ask all who to buy choice and good goods ; to call
add exinnine the quality and prices of 'their goods, and
th'emjudge Who sells goods at low 'prime; OR ore Mid
bed'to call rind ,eismine their stock which comprises
every thing Usbaily kept in country scores.
• Athens Pa.,'Reprember 30, ISM.'
L AM' . 4 find
—reiS will find nearly as large a stock of Drop
Goods, such as Cashinere; De De
Lain Alpacas, Gine.hanis, Printir, ;dec., at our etoie as
in!th county and at low priors. • They will, please
call • d examine the snick fir theinsalea. . •
W ELLES & "ArTERLEE.
GEN TLEM EN will find a large and splendid stock
of Cloths, Cassiinerea, Vestings, Cravats, Glovea,
Ehotic,tiraces, Ruhber;.Over Shoes, and every thing
else may want it v'ery l low,ri6ea for the quality at
• , - 4,6ATTERGEE'd.
`I HA WLS,in great'.atirtity &beautiful patterns may
.bo found at WELLE§ & SAITERLEV4
rdis, I.IBANS DELALNI., far,coa!ing, and pleriAid
jailt plaid Qloaking, and plaid Lining
eery cheap it WELLES Sr. SATI'ERLEE'S.
ATS, CAPS & MLFFS any quantity fronr,l2i
wit cents , up at •WELLES & tiATTERLEE'S
A EGE and ele — gant issortinnut of Laces, RillOns, —
IA Gloves and trimmings of all iiinila at
llet:20. WELLES. &, -SA'rTERLEE'S,
' •• • • GRiiiiEßltS,..
may he eareto say we have as large
it stock ,tand.of ea good qualities as any house n
firdiltoid County, and we will sell them as low u any
house can that gets anY. thing abose cost.
, .• WELLES 4.BATTERLEE. '
IFINHE hest istrortment of Iron . &titre! iO the COllll-
WELLSS & SArrERLEE'S.
00E-FINDINGS, such' aff,Pegs„.l3tustfes. Awls,
',`Awl hafts, Thread &c., also , and Upper
rather, Celt & Kipp Sliin4, alwayspn hand by k.,
Nov.s. WKI.LES SATI'ERLEE.
(AIL, Paints ' d: Glass, we keep constantly on hand
UV a very large stock of all.kinds and will very low
for cash.- • WELL ES & SATTERLEE.
' • FISH, SALT AND NAILS.
ig ; ID hbIa,MACKEREL, . •
1 aik load SALT, andAs ton NAILS,
ate .for !ale and neady . to la shown nt BAIRD'S.
orroN YARN-1010 Itui. just received and for
L o o Pale et ' REED'S.
SOLE LEATHER 5 . 000 Ihi.—awlany quantity
of cow, Kip and Calf ekins,lrom the manufactofies
on„ Kootskill creek." 111. Y. We won't say anything
;Anna the price; but come and Fee at d 3 BA !RD'S;
HARNESS AND CARRIAGE
LARGE and general asamtment'ofthe above ar
ticles, compirsing almost everything Mil by Har:
rtT and G;nliuge Maters;, which will be sold lower
than'the ironic quality of goods have ever Leta offered at
Owego or Elmira, just received by
p. ' IL 'S. - de dt: MEIWOR.:
600-0 POUNDS NAILS, assorted sizes,at
LE' I:EktfIRR . also Up
-F l e a rteit n bet and doll at
JAYNE' 'BAIR TOIIID.LThis late discovery of
Dr Jayne, awakens. the Praises of the press in nil partner
the country.' The fact is, the more the article beciimes
known, the less peace
,hal ' the Doctor. A continual
stream of bald heads Iteep pouring into hisestabliahment r ,
who go to bed 'Weight, dream of long and flowing kicks,
and awake in thimoinirtg,' and find the ;vision realized.
Wit saw a bewitching dainsel a few days Mere; the curl
of Wilma auburn leeks attracted our attention,
some time vie did not recogniza'an old friend. "Bless
u.,r Maria," said we, "where 4i4.you raise that beautiful
hair?" •- • • '
Palpated only at No. 8 Sinitti'Third street, Philadel .
phis. Suld by A. MovrATriz, Towanda.
OLE' LLATIIEUtirst qualify. ;
, 'Comforters," a feyi'dozena.
Carpetiaga aud Floor Oil Clcitha.
Carpet and cotton Tam. i
Banging aiti eta" ui4equillle'd' frir a a rtibility
'Nov. IL •At the' • SAVINGS, BANK.
I. 0. OF O. F.
becomes our duty agatn toannotnee the receipt of
' more rich and valuable goods, which we ere olLrring
cull cheaper' (if possible) than Iteritofore.
We bace for cub buyers, the following goods:
100 . ps.bilt and blue silk Alp/whim; -
ASO Sgd and ehanueable goode;for .dreases ;
150 styles DeLainee and cashmeres: , • • •
1500, yds e Calicoes 77 -in addition to our former lugs
stock—the eonmots of one boa, just Noe/cal. . •
40 pa. Cloths, all shake/wad , •
15 ' :Bk and Fancy Corti/mom .
20 ' Salindfr, all prices. • -
Iron, Nails, Sled, any quantity. and ,Shelf Hardware
in. abundance. ' The " people" of Bradford county; hate
~the time to ,come when
goods could be purchased at - their nil Far the
Mat sic months , we have satisfied themost akeptietkeed
wish to inform ouTfriends that wo,are not 10 close bold..
'nes' in the Spring, as reported, but shall continue to do
baffle for. thefriodr,of ClitayGoodi, as Inns Silt will
benefit the county of Bradford.
We Mice, we. can, and, we will-.
"Beeembei.l7. .: • GEQ. E. & CO.
.8110E9 and Plough Pointe, (tor Wayne
Co. Ploughs) FLYNT&
A PPLEBY'S 'PINE CUT .CAVENDISILTIX
4 6111LAAO,C.Q; or aolt:tor:i..T B‘IKINGBBERY.
15.N41.11' ON DER
r llAT,sthit Fariners'or Diadonl empty ; nye Agin
ding BATIM'S STOAR," 'when la4rn
into eanilderition. thasinaddilion koeping theist
. gent and , beitistoelt of Goodi itrttie county; and
them cheopet•than , any 'tlie•Y Dais always
baen encourage that elm.,oomiirrnt
tiny by purehkeingaheir Prodnoeotorry dessription at,
the highest: pricks. Whal,'fii nstanee.,pronld they
hafedinie'stitti their lnitter 1:44' thrOinif time' i,nsnaera
1 10 ti ol,, j Okl..Xo.",27lxildllidciod'finth thiltuppon
hon'eai. lininstry, itedealt ont. all.-dcwiptions of
•goi,ils, al the karat coo& iii'eiihonge for that ar
ital., 1 Thobtordlistrd,yedinianty'sre replying 'io:iVe
abose„hy. aiming with a ruA t a
. por_fret strah '!
dupe lathe cheapest more Iry Towanda. Idle*
"Bill llatrd do Ota."arnalwaysetindy.and td do
BliVstiES-•11au; Pailot r auning sad l'isibpr.
• .ixeett62llloitmeinkttifie....: '"- .
114111,11411 4 5-11'1.WEI
splTg or orbs; that noble Greta} trying,:
litttel'iateo in repo, *billet:o4 bisan.to'itia biro. down,. '
the pablic.generslly that be
now receiving a very urge
td well selected assortment of
rOVEB..oileb u Cioser pa
fit:gib:des . owes cooking;
rine combination of Fronk
1t0n;.4, boiler cooking ; 1(o.
and 4.. premuim 4 boiler
. . ix.plates.school•hOuse and
church stoseif e)linder cool and 'parlor wood do., all
of which Will besold ss.fow tie: enfother 'establish}
meat this side of the Rocks Mountains, for wheat, oats,
rye, COM poil4-butter, , cheese, and.taili - tiot refuSed t.
TIN,WA RE binsiantly kept on hand, at Wholeiale and
retail. with .stasepipe,' elbows' strive tubes of clay and
tin. patent pails, stone juts, t British lUstre, sheet chic:
cut-to suit customers.-withlioh . istiik of every-dokrip.
lion io the Tin, Copper dc -Sheet Iron business, done,
on short 'notice and in a Winkmanlike manner. '-
And in addition to the above articles, heliitends to,
keep constantly onliand a good article of rifle and blast
aoo Powder y with ,FLOUR.& PORK, 11- the bariel
land pound, codfish, mackerel, • snap; candles, lard and
butter. LIQUORS, inch •as rum, gin; brandy; and
whiskey. xif •different qualities. coffee, pepper,
spicrooliaratus.ginger. starch, cloy s, cinnarnon. tigacs,
InhaeCo, mon urlish ftrui fine cut. candies, nuts, figs, rai
sins, herring..green• and dried fnlit.,•citler,• beer, and all
oil i er articles usually kept by grocers, all , of• which will
be sold at reduced prices (Or ready pay. Store and ma
nufacturing Establishment not kept exactly in Montan
-pi's-comer Mork, but - in the next bufiding.below, on
the south side of the public square; where personi a jab
ing to purchase the above articles, wilt do well to call
and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
'Nov. 121806.. , ' ' , EI C. TULL.
NEW EST.RI3LISIDIE NC
11Z1,:11ECW,10 1 1/Eft31E41CIEM - o
• L. M. NYE',!t , CO4 wouldrts
.spectily infarrothc citizena -of Tow
!:•••• : ands and the public generally, that
;riIMMI they h an d ' manaetu N: ,orairkindsofcAtpE7
:FURNITURE, of the best mate.
' • nits, and workmanship thateannot
' -91 be surpassed ,in additiouto the usual
assortment, incountry shops, we will keep on hind and
make to Order SOFAS, of various and most approved
patterns; Sofa Rocking Chairs, tipholsieired in superior
style. and for ease and duirabilitycennot be suipaaved
even in our largo cities. Also, the half French Ma
hogany Chair, beautifully upholstered, with curled hair,
which never loses its elasticity,. and finished with the
best hair seating. We- flatter ourselves that having
had mach experience in the business:we shall be able
to satisfy all who may feel disposed to call, both' as to
quality. and'price, and by strict iattentitin to business
hope to merit and receive the patronage of a liberal com
munity.. ' • • ' L. M. NYE & CO.
Towanda. September 1, 1845.
• CeIBIIJEET FUR ArAITV RE
MAY BE HAD at our shop much - lower than it
has ever been sold in Towanda. Goods are
cheap, and wheat am lowered, and that is the reason we
can affiod all for to do it. All kinds of .produce will
be received in payment. Also, LUMBER of all kinds.
..Bept. L. NYE 4 CO.
/031032U" .0 _107.11X111117,.. •
V ILL be kept On hand a large assortment, and
made to °Mersin shorter notice ind for less me.
ney than can he produced at any other establishisientin
the land. Those who are under the necessity of pro-
COring that article, will and 'shall be satisfied. A good
&amend pall,may be bad in attendance when desired.
September 1, WO. L. NYE & CO.
BOOT & SHOEMAKING.
WLCOX & SAGE have associated thetweves
in the Boot and /thee Making tipsiness. in the
borough of Towanda, and may be found at the old stand
of 8. Hathaway,lately occupied by Elkanah Smith. near
I. H.Stephens' Exchange lintel. where they solicit a
share of'publie patremoge. TlLty intend, by a comicl
selection of stoek, and by attention to the 'interests of
their customers.to make as neat and (hirable work as can
be manufactured in this portion of the country.' ' •
They keep constantly on hand, and will manufacture
to order, morocco, calf and coarse hoots and shoes;
Ladies' Gaiters, shoesUnd slips; children's do.; gentli
gaiters and pumps, &e., &e.
'JOHN W. WILCOX,
Towanda, May 14, 1845. •
FALL & WINTER FASHIONS
lATCHELER ,COREL beg leave to inform the
inhabitants of Towanda and vicinity, that they
_just commenced the Tailoring Business, up stairs,
No. 4. Brick Bow, where they are prepared to execute
all work entrusted to them with care neatness and dety.
patch, and in the most fashionable manner. Having
just received" the New York and Philadelphia fashions;
and with their long experience in the business, they flat
ter themselves that their work will be made in a 'manner
and style equal to any other establishment in the plice.
Terms made to correspond with the times. •
• CUTTING done.on the shortest notice.
• aj• All kinds of country product received in payment
for work at market prices. October I, 1845,,
Over htentanye's store, next doer to Mercur'a law ofEtee
at the old stand e( Powell Beaman. Log
E. Canfield, Attornepat.Law,
altrianzu, s ,
ILL attend b:w all kinds of business. intrusted to
his care,, with promptnent and despatch. Of
iicein the Tin'inid Sloss Store building--up stairs. [Ol.
MEDICINE ' , AND SURGERY.'
DIAMES'MLGOODRICH has located Aimee)
at MONROE; for the practices cif his profession.
and will be pleased 10 wait on those requiring hisser.
vices. - He may be found at 1: L.' Johnson's tavern.
Reference may be made to Drs. HUSTON & Mason
of Towanda: l, ollTH 23, 1845. . ' I -
Pastuonabla -Tailoring !
it BUNTING 'Mull respectfoilly,. in--
form UM public that tie still continues at - bis old
standMithe writ side of Main street,
berg's and Bartleterrstoresi'ap Alin. - *there Aeiniy.
be found•in readiness to all work in his':line in a style,
not to be 'lmpasse& In.Brsdford county. Priem to suit
the times.. Thankful for past,fevorsi „be - respectfully
'solicits a continumbie and hOpesbyrstlict stmt. ttion,toim.
sitters tultisFt9omModatiegierms to merit pat/um& ,
Thitifpring and Su:timer FASHIONS havejMn been_
received, end heir PrelAnt4 to rnYko'Clirroenle:
most (alibi midge manner . :.• • i • .. •
ranieulat itteat,io paid to CUTTING , and vainint
ed to fit if properly made air: ,• • • -••• • - 4 • •
He tams ihalittilt'Spzing and Bonner Fashions for
sale, TonsOda,Atay 1 . 401345. : • , -
• ~ ••
41 1 2 1 M111-Sfl6Vir - AMP, IT4.a.vri
y q em pirtnilitlyrind tonneinsilY render his iviofre
- onsl se7iees dgc4des: Colkdioni; pi*
• Uilttent rd'his profession. entrusted to his care.-
I Office in the Neso'Brideßbeignist -town orerjhe
PostOkEek entrance nonh eider. NoT. 5y •
.4 ' Itealinr — Milani - -71.
A Tify apply4ll4B popayimediciniralio a quiltity
AlLof the eorri Tocrris, fusi - rterivva by
' jOet.'l: • • 11.•& & - g, C. MERCUR.
ing: with an azanittnen
E preceding figure to - represent theINSEH
PERSPIRA'FION. Itis the great eead
netion'for the impurities of the body. It will he noticed
that a thick Chiudy mist issues front all Poiniaof thasui
face, which indicates . the wonderful prOceisirgiiing on
within. This petspitation flows uninterruptedly. when
we are in health, but ceases when we are sick. It shofild
bethe camel every one to see that it is riot checked.—
Life cannot be sustained' without It is thrown off
from - the blood end other: juices of the besly;ind dispo
see by this means. of ntarly‘all impurities within use.—
.The blonii,by this means only, worksitielfpure:' ;The
language of Scripture is, “iilitheblood is the If
it ever becomes impure, it may be traced directly to the
stoppage of the insensible perspiration. It neserrequinW
I any, internal medicines to cleanse it, SS - it always P ad. '
I . llel itself by its own heat and setieb, and throws cacti
the offending hunters, through the insensible perspiration.
Thus we see, till that is necessa-ry when the blood is
stagnant or infected, is thopen the. pores, and it
itself/min all impurity instantly. Its awn heat anikvi
mlily ari sufficient, without one particlsof medicine,
except open the pores upon the surface.--Thus we
see the folly id taking so much internal remedies. All
practieinnenc however, direct their efforts to restorsihe
insensible perspiration, but. it scents to beimaysrthe
proper one. The Thompsoniens for instal „steams,
the ity'repathist shrouds us in wet blankets, the Ho.
mopsthist deals out infinitissimals, the A llopathistbleeds
and doses us with mercury. and the blustering quack
gorges us with pills, pills, pills.
But one object only is in view, viz: to restore.the
sensible perspiration. If this can be done, they eay, we
will take care of the• rest. It.will be seen, therefore,
that all physicians understand alike what is necessary te
a recovery, how much they may differ as tothe mode
of ,obtaining it.
To give some idea of the amount and consequently
the importance of the insensible 'perspiration, we will
state that the learned [Jr. Leweohock, andthe great Boer.
haave, ascertained that five-eights et all we received in.
to the stomach, passed off by this means. In other words,
if we eat and drink eight pounds per day, we evacuate
five pounds of it by, the insensible perspiration.
This is none other than the used up particles of the
blood, and other juices. giving place to the new and
fresh ones, by carrying with it all the impurities within
up to the surface. To check this, therefore, is to retain
in the system „five eights of all the virulent matter that
nature demands should leave the body. l And even when
this is the Can-, the blood is of so active a principle, that
it determines those particles, to the skin, where they firm
scabs, pimples, ulcers, and other spots; but if it is di.
rected inwards,, and falls upon the lungs, the conse
quences are generally fatal.
By a sudden transition from heat to cold, the pores
arc stopped, the. perspiration ceases, and disease begins
at once to develope itself. Hence,. a stoppage of this
flow of the juices, originates so many comphunte. It is
Omagh the surface that we imbibe nearly nil our ills.
It is stopping the pores, that overwhelms mankind
with coughs, colds, and consumption. Nine-tenths-of
the world die from dissiessi induced by stoppag e of the
insensible perspiration. It 'is easily seen therefore, hens
necessary is the flow ofthia subtle humor to the surface, '
to preserve health. It cannot he stopped ;it cannot even
be checked, without producing disease; The blood
and intestines must relieve themselves of all their worn
out particles, and poisonous bunters, and they mint go
through the pores as nature designed.
Let me ask now, every candid mind, what course
seems the most reasonable to pursue, and unstop the
pores, after they are closed and let the perspiration flow,
that the blood may reltere itself of its impurities! Mould
you give physic to unstop the pores 1 Or would you
apply something that would do this upon the surface,
where the clogging-actually is! Would not this be com
mon sense! And yet
.1 know of no phy4Cian who
makes an internal application to effect it._The reason I
assign is, that no medicine within their nowledge. is
capable of doing it. tinder these circumstances, I pre
sent to physicians and to all others, a preparation that
has this power to the fullest extent.—lt ii MeAllister's
411-Healing Ointment or the Mrlcra Salve. h has
power to restore perspiration on the feet, on the head,
around oldsores, upon the chest, in short, upon a ny p ar t
of the body, w hether diseased slightly or severely. When
the perspiration is restored, it has power to penetrate the
lungs, liver, or ally part of the -human system, and 'to act
upon them, if they be diseased, by separating the in
flamed morbid particles therefrom, and expelling them
to the surface.
It has power to cause all . external sores, scrofulous hu
mors...kin diseases, poisonous wounds to discharge their
putrid .matter, and then heals them.
h is a remedy that sorer?' off the: whole catalogue of
cutaneous disorders, and- matures the entire cuticle colts
It is a remedy that forbids the necessity of so many
and deleterious drugs &ken into the stomach.
It is a remedy that neither sickens, gives inconveni
ence. or is dangerous to the intestines.
I never, .to my recollection bad more than Rye or mg
among the thousands who have used it, say that it was
nut favorable to their complaint. On the contrary I hive
had hundreds return voluntarily. and in the warmest
and most' pathetic language speak in its praise. have
bad physicians, 'Awned in the profession; I have had Mi
nisters of the gospel, Judges on the bench.- aldermen
and lawyers, gentlemen of the highest erudition 'and
multitudes of poor, use it in every variety of way,.ind
there has been hilt one voice, one unites!. universal voice
saying McAllister your ointmentis good."
Consumption.—Of all diseases, 'we find this the most
important, and concerning which we meet with the most
qppcidtion." It can . hardly be credited that a salve can
bevel more"efTect upon the lungs, seated as they are with'.
in the system: But we . say once for all, that this Dint
meat will reach the ' hinge quicker than any Medicines
that can be given internally. Every body conients to
the fact that if healinicmedicine could be ipplied an
the longs, there would be great hopes of recovery. 'rite
difficulty is to get the medicine there. Now the Salve
has the wonderful virtue of extracting the putrid hu.
more , from all external sores by causing them. to dis
charge. ,In like manner it operates upon-internal /Onc.
tione by driving all the impurities through the pores to
.thie surface: Thus with consumption, if placed .upon
the chest, it penetrates directly to the lungs, separates
the poisonous particles that are consuming them and ex.
pets them from the system..
• It is the simplest and molt rational process in creation,
if nue , has thimedicine capable of doing it. The All-
Reaßng . Ointment possesses. this power. to the ulteit
,extent. I need not say thatit is caring persons of Con
sumption continually: - althougli f tvesre told it lifoolkste
nem.' care not` what is said, an long as I can cure se:
Vera! thourimd persona yearly. If thiimedwine sena in
the hands of seme'eltent medicine braWlers, they would
makeart uproar through the country that : Mould be in
,supportable. . .
.Ntovicart or, King'stiL —This disease is really in
veterate,nod hard to be subtitled. It ii generally seated
in the sides of the neck, behind • the rim and under the
chitt„yetticarcely arty part of the body: is. exempt: It
sometimes falls upon - the lungs and produces cotrsomp.
lion. It is a dreadful. circumstance. that this disease is
transmitted from parents to children. The - ,Balro 'will
extract sit the morbid matter by causing the Races todis.
"large ;And then let then the Solar Tincture be used to
drive it to one , point, which done, a continuance of the
Ointment will completely remove this disorder.- This is
the aifest and made:Cecinal of any niethod. It should
,adopted'vrithout a moment's hesitation.- - •
=-.Eryripelat - -This complaint arises from - ltripurittes
tieing dnern out to the surfacer by means or the insensible'
;pi . sepiration, and lodging in the, Main's. forms KIT;
ptmpleirike., it being of a ;elude, ierid pntiifyirig na
ture. ',, It only requires_ that it - should discharge its vi;
talent particles through the akin, end the diScolly still
pil is i
, off, -- II su ffe red to renni'n , and driven inwards it is
:f nentlifatil. - - -•-. -1 ' •, .
- Leith's Wes Bolat 7;lnawe beinie d7 as - , in seri:
!ftilstand the pitkntwill? saint get well.' 'Y I : , ",
Salt..Riteunt.44'ide is 'another obstinate disease but
canl? 404 cArcosiallyl.ks, , the..sartfitla., , ...Theze no
dig:lenity in this disease. ,
Itiadjithe: ',Pa; ache and Deefrieis.;,..thefitalve bas
erred; of thellead-Aehe of 'l2 years standing
and who had it regular 4 ern) , week, en that vonfiting
often took piece. It cured the 'wife of a nuns who laugh.
cd in roy,lar.n. for proposing such acute. and who now
would not be without it foe, the.best farm in the suite if
'any One take the tumble : to call I will give.his mane.
bet,' Viti4telie are helped with the like sac.
cesekairalso.Ague in thefaite. • ' • '." : • -;
••-Cofdl'ed:-.-Canitniipticitt,' , liver'lroinplaint; Pains in
the, cheat or side,..fallinteof theltair r one or the other
elwaye accompacues cold feet.:.. It is a sure sign , oldie.
~ease in the system, to have cold feet.. 'Some performers
totally unable to get theinr warm, and enduro much ant
' feringltherob);:: • • • •
• The salve nestorethe insensible perspiration and
thus Ciro every , Cese;(. It is infallible for !hie. ',." ,
4alhpt,lkedvessof .11reath.--If .this dimes:ls not
helediteo ana PRdeSettiq the nodformation of the chest,
the 'salve will cure it. . . .
Dyspepsia. - 7 0ne, would
,aupposeS icilve would not
effeet this disease:MU& but the All-Healing Ointment
two loaner "616 . 01 internal remedy will cure
,Eyes.—Thy inflamation and.disease always lies,
back ar the ball ofthe eye in the socket. ; klence the..util :
'itY of all ' reinediei that .are used upon, the lids. The
virtue ef any Medicine turtle reach, the seat rot . ..hitter&
motion Or it wade little This salve if rubbed
on the Xernples'svill penetrate directly. into rthe • socket
end infuse all its virtues upcn.the'dhorder: - - The pores
,will heiopened, a properpgropiration.will be ;rested and
'tee "diease will soon pass off to. the surface. flow,
easy and how natural! 'llls as perfect and
r valuable as
it is shriple add philosoPideet
Stiie'Lips, Chapped Hands sell i'great deal
of • salve to Seeinen,,who ally, it is the only thing, they
can depend .octo-cure their: raw hands, when exposed
to the weather at sea. it acts like a charm in these coin
plaints. Two or three applications cures. :
Pimples on the' face, freddesi lan, masculine ;Iti;i.
grass surface.-Itsfirst action is to expel`all htithor.
will not cease drawing till the face is free from any Mat
ter that 'May be Iddged under the skin and frequently
breaking :Dui to, the:. surfer*. It then heals • When
there is nothing but grossness, or dull repulsivesurface,
it begins to soften and soften until the skin becomes as
soft and delicate as a child's. It' throws a freshness and
blushing Color upon the 'clew' white transparent skin
that is perfectly enchanting: Sometimes in case of Freck.
leak will first start oat throw that have lainrhidden and
seen but seldom. Pursue the salve and all will soon dia.
The reason for this wonderful change in a lady's
face is that it" excitesjitto natural end'healthy activity
the Itliensible Orspiration, while it renovates and ie.
news the surface, and Irises the skin in •as lively'and
delicate a condition as the moat fastidious could desire.
It is put up in fine jars and beautifully scented on pur
for th e toilet.. • - • ,
Burns.—Ltife can always be aaved if.tbe vitals are
not injured. I have so many testimonials for the cure
of this tomplaint that I could fill a book: I suppose
there is not a family in the United States, that would
mount •to be Without this salve a' single day i(they
knew its balm in healing- Burns-alone. It extracts the
pain and leaves the place withotita scar.
,Quinsy sore Word, Influenza. Bronehifis. - -There
is not en internal remedy in eiistence that will cure
these disordere as quick as the salve. It opens the pores
on the neck and drawicollall the inflammation and im
pure juices. and a few days will see the patient well.
It is sovereign in these cases. - •
salve acts open the piles as Upon - sore
eyei. • There is an inflammation which mast be dratvn
fawn the parts. The salve does this.
Hernia or Rupture.—This salve has cored some very
bad cases of rupture. and although it might not all, yet it
would be wise to try it. It is a peculiar complaint, but
it may be helped some, if not cured entirely. I have
not the shadow of a doubt that it would sure thousands
if the trial was made, wild believe no medicine of the
Two shillings worth would satisfy any one, whether
it would do good or not. •
• Illiae.Paraion or Griping of the Intestines.—This
disease caused the death of the late H. S. Legate, At
torney General and acting Secretary of the United States.
It is the stopping.Up of the etnetar intestines, end some
times the twisting of them. It is brought on by a neg
lect of the daily evacuations. or from incarcerated - Her
nia. • The pains are awful, and unlesslelp comes spee
dily, the sufferer soon dies.
All-Healing Ointment would have saved thelifii
of Mr-Legare and all others under similar circumstances.
Corna.—lf the salve is used according to directions,
people need never be troubled with corns-:.especially
cut out by some tr -veiling mountebank who knows he
is doing more mischief than he can possibly repair. -A
little of this ointment put on mow and then wilt always
keep them Own.
Pa • .aa 4losaier, 179 Ninth-st—weak' back; W W
.„ en c. King and McDonough air—soro eyes; kl J .
V. ay do erysipelas ; Dr J Clark, 210 Stanton-st—ulcer.:
aced sores; Air j Covet, 132 Sullivan-st—ague in the
face; F R Lee. 245 Bowery—pain in the breast • Rev
1 Gibbs Dover-et—family medicine; ITenty Cuba. 110
Bowery—influenza:, A Stuckey, 608 Fourth st—fami
ly medicine; E Conway,- U 8:- Court—burns. scalds;
Eliza Bunker. Flatbush—consumplicM; M A King, 103
Oliver st—burns ; E Kipp. 275 Second•st—quinsy ;
Vanderpool Cherry-si—cancer; Burr Nash—piles; W
E Turner, 91 Ridge-st—do • C Mann, Globe Hotd—
ruptures; J. Htird,-17 Batavict—salt rheum ; G San
mer, 124 Division-st—do; .1- Muffle, 20 Mercer-st—
do; H A West, 107 Marks place—burns, frosted feet,
D Thorp, 145 -Norfolk st—'sore eyes; F. -Caplin, 225
Biome st—do ;•Pllowe. 36 Willett St—dsi; H D Jen
kins. Phceniz Bank-do; .1 F Healy, do—caused by
gunpowder; Dr Mitchell, 79 Mercer-at—broken breast;
C D Jacobson. 199 Stamon-st—rbeomstism ; B J Ras
selt—clo ; E . Willetta, 303 Pearl st—eruptions; E Robb.
237 Bleeker-st—agae in the face; C Frances, 39 Bow
ery—family medicine; D S Judd, 657 Water•st 7 --fam-
Ry ointment; F Otten, 124 Division it—rheumatism in
the head; 8 W 'Robinson; .70 Essei st-4amily oint
ment; S Haariot. 45 Allen atitore-eyee; G Coward,
145. Division st,—slo4 M Develin, 313 Water st—corns
dtc; P Deruarest. 368 Hudson st—inflammation in the
chest; N Achinson, Huston et-sand:ma; 111 A Burn
ett, 66 Seidl: et—ague in chest; N Wyeath: 120 Di
vision at —bite; of a dog and piles; J Vincent, 124' Allen
st—weak back; J Chapman. 259 Division- staffertion
of the liver ;-W Grattam..l9 Hester-at—pain in - the side;
Ilarnelel9 Norfolk-st--cutaneoui eruption H Bing
ham. 84 Laight-st--pain in the • breast; A Knox, 80
Laight-et—chapped hands; I Culver, 194 Stanton st•--
'ulcentied sores; J P Bennett, sore throat: rheumatism;
G 'P Taylor, 46 - Forsyth at—jivercomidaint; W Do-
king, Huston—consumption. • • •
Sold by 11. 8. 4-M. C.MERCUR, Towanda, and G.
A.PERKINS, Athens. (47y
• • •
THE S.9FINGS -, 8.1NK.
risHIS 'anion was broughi fol." downright murder,"
- igainsi the 'Cashier &Cd of the Towanda Sa
vings Bank, fat..selling geode too 'cheap, and thereby
bringing - leanness upon the" Merchant Princes" of the
borough. But with .all 'their, vaunted ssyings,.hired
witnesses and combinations, together.svith . therprincipal
evidence admitted by us— ( tbat good s Were 601(1.d/esp.
er at'Flynf & Co.'s than any 'other establithment)—
we Mee at last'come off with our " capital increased,"
and obtained e, signal victory over these would-be `law'
and order Combinations, and' carried dismay even into
the enemy'i caufP. 'ln addition to our former stock of
Fall Grade, we have jail received .
AriotherAi k Load o f
which will be , disposed - Of :as liberally as heretafore.--..
Therefore We have. to record , ad'
That George E. - Flyntdi Co. cannot be put down.
•O. Look for the Sailinks Bank. does."
fARD WA RE. of an descriptiOns, it No. 3. B. IL
ilea. ''• ' t BAHIA'S. .
, •NE W ARRIVAL.-;-Stone ware. 'CrockerY
; Looking glassest;'Bras' SIC sides, Brooms,
Travelitig baskets. - '
Wink& r •
• A LL persons are fothel harboring or taming any
person or persons at 7my expense, ' , without my
minnow/deft et LAO Pay no debts eontracted'brany
person, other than myself and those haring orders, after
this dote. " MICHAEL FLANARRY.
• Cherry tp„, I,yenining CO, Deeendier'l7, 1845.
Ur!Ml's, (*RAS, -yringes falFrielfret. and
bits at • -
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• TOWANDA' AC - Malty
.nriff: F next academic year of this instit e
:IL ointment:a on hlOnday, the first day in
her next:, node/ the tnipetintendeoce and wool
andercook .08 Fri
. , P. WORTHiNp. Asetcrs:
Miss ..lank P. iS r oritifng, recap:Has
Vanderceolr: hasltein .eueceisfully 4 6 ;
teaching for ten yells past; he fiaa'niuch exp
thisimpartant and truly elevating department
eotinprise and benevolence, and brings genital
various sources of good intend character, an t
scientific and titers!) , ottahnnepts. _
Mr. 14.'oithing ts s gentleman Of, sexy sat
tainments,experienCe and skill in teaching, si
fail to do much for 'the sdviniiement of the sta r
the prosperity of the institution.
• Mims:Worthing, the Preciptnars of the Female
partutont.bas slrcaey,.by, her devotion to Incluse,
her superim virtues, obtained the unqualified
of thecommunity, and the esteem and affection's(
non:wive pupils. Young ladies will seldoni
instructress better qualified to meet all the viand
student, not only as a tereher; but u e guardian r.
and associate. They cannot but be improved it
tend society; as well as by harengegin g
TUITION will be as followi, in all the de.
Primary and common English studies, with p en :
manship, composing and'speakirtg,
Natural, intellectual and moral science, bot any ,
cheMistly, history, astronomy, rhetoric, kt a ,
hook-keeping: drawing, paintings &c., I;
Mathematics and the langoiges, [ . a l
Incidental expenses. Eer term , durin g winter;
NO student will be received for less than half a to
sindmo deduction will be' made for absence, evert
cases of illness or other unairoible muck
The Academic year Will be divided ink. four t tta k
oG eleven weeks each. There will be a vacation em
week after the first term ; also one week alter thethz
and u vacation of six' weeks after the fourth, inch 4
the harvest season. • - •
We desire to make the Towanda Academy . an sr,
hie and desirable resort for:students from abraadas re:
as those at home; a place where the purest virtues
be cultivated, and the germs of science firmly set kb
youthful mind. Pot this great Object. no cute or liss
will be spared on the pan of teachers ortrurtecv. Tb
Principal shotnld be consulted before.purchasing Iv'
as several changes are contemplated in the text
of the School.
Students from abroad ran find board with the
pal or others!, on reasonable terms.
Lectures will be given regularly by the Prinrir.itni
others. on the most important toms of education.
society organized for the especial benefit of young we
There will be two examinations and ezhibitiom dcia;
the year, the time to be determined by the teachers rat
trustees. HIRAM MIX, President.
Eno, TomkinC . David Cash,
J. D. Montitnye, Burton Kinasbery,
C. L. Ward; S. Mi•rrur,
John F. Mean% William Elwell.
Towanda, July 31,M45
REMOVED TO Ne. 14R1CK
Jr. 1. CHAVIIIERLI.T. -
...,..**, . RESPECTFULLY informs lia
friends and the public tout be h.
- -; .. - ilk 'REA 107 ED to the Brick llov.
- .A- 4 , !so. 1, where he still continuum
/ - - .,7,ra , , carry cn his old businoss of
• . s_. e,.;, 4 . - ",
4 ' 'Watch and'Clock Iltpairint
= .- -------.....--. - .' 4 '•• - which willbe done on shonnotite
and warranted to be well done. From a long elen.
enee in the business, he believes that be will be able to
render perfect satisfaction to all who may favor - km
with their pstrnnage.
N.B. Watches warranted to run well one ye:r,c ,
the money refunded; and a written agreement e n,
to that eff , :* to all that desire one.
CLOCKS.--A large assortment just received tei
for sale very low for cash.
If you want to buy Jewelry cheap , call at Cheer
berlin's Watch Shop, No. I, Brick' Row.
6:3' MA FILE SUGAR, Wood, and all kinds of Ccun
try Produce received in - payment.
Towanda. Jure 18, 1843.
. THE subscribers still contiso
.f .. 'to manufacture and keep on hal
, at t heir ' old - .Stand. all kinds d
' , i
Cane and iroodieatChairp
, gAil,----....:- - also Settees various. kind'
-er7 -- 4- BEDST E ADS, of any
description, which we will
~ ) , sell low far cash or prOduce.
TURNING done to order.
TOMKINaiSc - MA KINSON.
TaWanda. April 23; 1845.
111;4 Di,..Yc111.1 MI
LAMES are panietdarly reque, lea id call and amine 'our assortment of All WoritOin bre. Cash
:urea, Nazarene blue Iletairies. winter halzkrines, prince
de ecoese, (last sty le) Victoria striped cashmerni. Qatetk,
Ann plaids and checks. 4itt... with giinps, contains' Tel.
set tnmmings to match,,now exhibiting at No-3,Briek
Rim. We say thiy are 25 per icy. cheaper Manors
dee3.— BAIRT! &
CASES HATS, and a large stock of CAPS, now
Cr opening at the cheapest store in. Towanda—every
body knows wheretbitis: No. S, Brick Row.
11 1 11 - AL.MiC3.2IIJ4-•-
ELKANAII• SMITH so.Ar,
RESPECTFULLY, inform that. they still cont
the ManuftictUre orSidilles, Bridles; Karam.
ace.; in GoL Mira building, nestidocirth C Mew'
Law OEGee, where they will keep eonetantly on hand.
and, manufaeture to order; • • • !
Elastic lreb, Common and t Quilled Saddler,
Barnss, - , Carpet. Bass, -
Bridles, • -.Trunks, .
Collars, . : - 'ralises,; 4te. e.
Carriage •Trimming and 'Military Nork donate
, Mattrasses, Pew' and cbair, Cositiona made on sisAl
notice and reasonable terms. .
The subscribers fsope by doing their stork well, sad
by a strict attention. tobailnese,: to merit a ahem of
public patronage. , • ELICANAH: & SON.
Towanda, May 21, 1845. - !
Tema of the 'Bradford- Reporter.
Two dollars and fifty cents pec annum; Fiver nets
deduCted if paid within tbe3ear and for CASH is;tb
ally in advance. ,- Oss DOLLAR will be deducted.
Buhscribers at liberty , to discontinue at any time. by
ppyinorrearal74. ''Nfost,kinds of Coirear Paoarts •
received in payment; at the nieritet,priee.'
Advertisements; not eiceedlpg Await of tech!
line,, inserted for My testi; egreryanbseqientirwertios.
I' v e°7 -6 "? MAL AdiscoPntmedetoyearlyadretrens.,
.Iva e g e r nxo, ofeirety ; doscriptiatt, neatly and
.Peditionsly Clem:detract new iitAtinhionabie type. •
I f etters oif!Mamie+ oe# a liiingitiiihe' office must come
fete Posage, to manta attentioe. •
• ca Office in CoL•Veanie brick buading comer d
,Main ; mei Bridge: streets; up , stain entrance on the
;ninth tipttt. • •