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We' have now the first suintner,month, and with
a very fertmeeptirms, the Spring; - he peed -by
without of indisg any of thole delightfetflays which *
in year youth, used to be yoregenial to our A3ep_
stags, . and make our young blood and mind run riot
lathe emery of enjoyment. • Nor is this all that
is eviettlated to mark the se . 0.4 pant as one of
extraordinary character. ft ck, brie to her nature,
_Was as boisitwous as of yore-. April, celebrated
xi T et
-in song melte mouth of showcrs, proved. as dry
and crusty as an old bachelor, ;and dfay, once so
prodigal id her moist favors,was as churlish as her
predecessors. So that betweca winds, droughts.
frosts and ice, the fanners l and planters have had
but au indifferent chance to get ion with their work.
But ofethis tette should compl4. It has been r d
ordained by an all:-wise and inscrutable Providence,
and it behoves every one Who believe in his mercy
to yield not only without ti'mnrmur, bra it; cite
it as a rfispensation for which he offer up
his aspirations in a spirit of thankfulness. If we
have:had *scold and cite...flora sluing if our 6 old
.n1 ) 1
operations have been; etarded—if tr pastures
have mitered for want of the sprie r ; influence of
genial tains—if our dairies have . been curtailed of
their products—if our grain fi elds have been rented
'*Lairgrowth--if cur corn plants have taken on the in
; ' • I cff'''':. - . - s - 'ill ' have
"_- '- • 011;441*C" ,
,„-,,.. , ;.:„ cf,fliMlo4:;
4 7 i4nt, - ; sliwk Witile'laiiiinirede4o4-land were
selSehia with the welt* 4frigiaime aid its Ceti- . ,
couaitsat f *ssir, *v i llainies the pile:eat care O
IPnwhiihttupent the wind tothe shorn lamb,"
7tertinikeed with abundance, k. enabled at re
• currents - t p w rices inirtge to r relieve andpettilenee their wynn and
t Partrb4 from Awe thoughts, we won't], :befog'
we open ourbOoyt of monthly hints, state that we
have paid strict attention to the news brought by
every swami froth England, and Europe general
•W; and slier thoroughly reflecting upon it, are
confirmed in the opinion "shave before repeated
ly expressed that, for several-years to come, grain
and provisions, will ben - Fraiche appreciated value.
as to liberally reward those who produce them in
. this country. In view of This Pleasing prospect, we
enjoin it "von all, to proceed ors with their work
with it will, as the sailor says; fix they may confide
in the hope, that all their surplus products will find
'ready markets and good prices. Such hat. .been
the universal short crops in Europe, that it will
take someears to bring up harry, and render the
granarieis competent to supply anything like the de
man L• of population. And we would impress this
fart uponiiiff adriculturl friends, that, before an
equilibrium of supply and demand :than have been
, brought about, * intrinsic mine of corm and cern
,' meal, arefamifor_ man and beta, .will have taken
such hold upon the British judgment. as to make
them so necessary to their wants that ihey_ will not
be able to.dispense with them.
With these preliminary remarks, We will pass
to the details of work
OX THX FARM
Wcet.--Judging by the long continued drought
in this Part of the country a as well u from the ac
count+ which have reached us from various other
parts, and by the almotenn interrupted continuanec
of cold weather, we have arrived at the cowln-,
lion, -that whearharvest will- be some weeks later
this year than usual. But as we believe it to be
true economy of time, as well as of money; always
to be ahead of one's work, we would here advise
4dl, to take time by the forelock, and prepare every
thing in the shape of implements, and in the way
of force, so as to be in a condition to commence
their harvest so An as the grain may be ready
for the reapers. And as from all we can hear the
crop will be a short one, and wheat when gather-
ed, will be wheat, aad command a pretty round price,
our advice is, th# all possible pains should be
taken to cut it at thekrig hetime, and stack it away,
118 to ensure it against the ills of wet weather.—
The proper time to cut, is when the stern, just below
the head, becomes dry, and the source of nutritive
supply from the roots are thereby cut off. By
waking until the entire item is dry, great losses are
sustained from acatlei;g, while on the other hand,
no advantage is to be erived to the kenieyt. That
this is the case, is so obvious, that we need scarce
ly illustrate it by argument, and will content our-
self by remarking . , that when the extremity of the
stem becomes arid, that the Circulation from below
is arrested in its course, - and the process of nutri
tion cannot be carried on, as at that point, the con
duit is literally cut off. It is worthy of art observa
tion, that wheat when cut before it becomes dead
rip, yields a heavier grain and whiter and more
produefice flour than when harvested at a later
,Period. What we mean by mum-prochatere flour,
is this, that it will take more water, and consequent
ly, make more, bread, for a pound of flour, and
hence, is better for the baker. By cutting wheat at
the period we beim named, the straw is infinitely
better adapted to the purpose of feeding much of
its nutrient properties being retained, which - ,
when cut ate later period, would be lost by evaiom
We would reiterate our advice, that all - possible
care be takeii to protect the grain and straw, after
it is down, from the influence of the weather, as
we know from - experience, that neglect at this
period is calculated to impair the sightly appear
ance,aa well as market value of the grain. In starl
ing, let the utmost care be taken to exclude the
possibility of injury from the raio.,. and to ensure
this, each stack *aid be capped, so as to turn the
And we would here remark, that, while
every operation of the harvest is going on, the MAR;
ter's pre race is indespensably necessary—that,
though he may not labor himself, his presence will
tend to make his hands do their work in the way
that it.should be done. The best of htuals, if not
closely, superintended by those wheels interat is at
stake, will, without intending it, .alight their work,
and inflictinjuties without designing them. Un
fortunately, it is' in the nature of most men to act
thus, and although we would not not' punish a
natural fault, we certainly would so act as to ensure
against l it: Bear in mind, that he who encounters
the top and expense necessary to make a crop,
rests under a high moral obligation to preserve it
from going to waster
Cor4--As there is the most flattering prospect
ahead to justify the belief that corn will continue to
command a high price, every corn-planter should
feel-Ita moral duty to havelis fieldscarefully tend.
ed. No matter how well the ground may have
been manured and prepared for the crop, if weeds
and grass be permitted to surround the plants to
divide with their the nutriment and salts of thi.
earth and air, a *tutted growth and diminished
yiekl will in all well
Unwired re :116liki)1,06; jftheaceitbe kept
stirred and open r'ututt infiliencers, width"
• Jie, !left 0 61- i4Min • intli4erlidte-44iig:
'lduaty_ indeedi. exiiii i i 4a 4v - i t 9 IV 1111?guei
hi not a Bberalone, gull the guilifitnAilhere
is none more mimosa ittlta..,tetant fok labgeltea
towed upon : - ,r 4
It is perhCipstoo early to ionn any opinion how
the tasison may operate upon this eitip; thus far,
'however, it has proved inatispielmen With but 'la
few days of partial rains ' April ' 4 and May were
months of excessive dronght, and the, young corn
suffered greatly for want of moisture ; but we sin
eimily hope that no one on at
..cenett of the thy
weather b,utiered it to go unwoUnd. - A 100 com
mon opinion, prevails—that if corn be itorked in
diy weather -it willfre, as the phone
_is. Our opin-,
ion is, that by lacerating and cutting up the roots
'by too de" pligring, such injury may result either
in seasons of rain or drought; but we do not • be-
Nerve that tury'sneh result_sieubi ensue if the
rotor were used instead of the plow. By stin:ing
the earth with the former implgpient you, prepare
it to attract and appreciate toitt n tbe dews of the
nk4ht to a much greater extent,. it would if int
moved ; and, therefore, instead 'of properly raining
the earth tending to fire the corn, it .woull act as
. • .
i t ion
Fall .Potatoes . The earlier . these ar ' planted
the be:ter. for a safe manner of phut them
e rekn - to ran last month's remarks this
.;., vi filtr7:4 ; &gar Rat, Curd , . and Pars
" th&443 crops have koA already been thinned
'ogN:t the should be without further.delay, and kept
.e 1314 'og the season until they are laid by; the
which is when the leaves are sutlieienrly
large to, shade the ground and keep down all in
truders., He that desires to make large crops of;
either n t inst keep the glutnid open and elean."
Brea Bott.—lf you itesire to cultivate a emp of
this' excellent root, :you altoidd immediately Lplow
the land you iatend for it.. Plow* as deep as yt.n
can drive yout plow, then harrow it, and alter the
grass starts, say in about two Weeks, cart on Sand
spread your manme and plow it some three or
four inches deep, barrow so as to reduce the t oil
to a fine filth t hen ro ll . This done, lay off:your
dril62 feet alit and 2 inches deep, then drill in
Your seed thinly. If you have a drill barrow use,
it ; if not, use battle. COver.witha rrikr and pros
the earth with'the back of that implement, so as
to bring the sod intmetliately in emitact with
the seed, and thus promttl early germination.
As soon as you have'got your seed in, sow over
the rotrs,equal parts of Ashes and Litne, at the rate
of teen buishelis to the acre.
Mason e.—Such manures 'as are wed for the com
mon tu\nirm snit this variety. A mixture of cow
manure partially rotted—stable manure, or .Larn
yard manure, in the same condition, mixed with
one-eighth its quantity of ashes asulabout 20 bushels
of bone manure would make a most excellent
compost, and if incpcdy applied in a good wain' I
would not fail to yield an abundant crop—and
we will, here. remark, that for feeding to sheep, and
stock generally, it isane of the most valuable roots
grown, and that under favorable , cittrnmstancci of
soil, season ' manure, preparatou of grotuid and
cuktini, it will yield as heavy st crop as any other.
Qqantity of manure per acre.-20 double horse
Quantity rf seed per stre.---.Where care is taken
in the drilling in the seed,, lib. per :acre will prove
sufficient= - if put in without care in its distribution,
it may-require 131 b.
Preparation ofthe Seat.---.. Soak it a day in fish oil
drain off the oil thoroughly, put the seed in a
large basin rpiggin, then mix 'three part.' plaster
with one part. Floor of sr/pkar well together, sift
this mixture Over the seed and mix the whole ut.
til the seed are sulficiently covered with it to seperate
and prepare them for sowing.
After Ctlitßfe.Bo soon as the plants come up,
let a careful handlo — idon the rows, mop in hand,
and sprinkle fish oil of any kind over them. He
should be followed by another with a mixture of
equal portions of soot and cakes, which must be
rosin over the plants. This will serve not only to
protect them from the ravages of the fly, but will
act as a manure and encourage their growth; and
soon place them beyound the period when they de
light to feed them on.
When the plants are about 2 inches high, and
beyond the depredations of the fly, set a careful
hand in to weed and !bin them out. The plants
should stand from 6 to S inches apart in the rows.
In about a week after this operation shall have
been performed, pat a small sired cultivator in be
tween the rows, going up and down lopping as it
goes and returns. The Cultivator must be follow
ed by koesnen, to clean out the weeds between the
plants, who in giving them a thorough cleansing,
must be careful not to hill up the bulbs, but to main
tain a level surface. •
Two similar workings, at intervals of le days
apart will beat the working they require,. unless
the season should prove particularly preductive of
weeds and grass. As to the necessity of an ad
ditional working the cultivator must be the judge—
he must bare these facts in mind, that if he desires
sweets the plants must be kept clean, and the
earth open to the influence of the atmosphere, and
that be need not fear to have them worked in dry
weather. If plater at the rate of a bushel per acre
were sown over them at the time of the se-ond
working, it would be productive of the best effects.
Vpon one occasion We sowed 6 bushels of effuse
fish salt over an acre of Ituta !raga, and thought
we derived great benefit from its application.—
Th e ste nc h of the fish . appeared io us to repel the
assaults of the fly, while the sah itself preserved
'the earth comparatively moist by its attractive and
modem-Mg powers, and .the oleaginoil matter it
had imbibed from the fish encouraged a rapid
growth in the plants through it's powers of nutri
As Conk is sure to command a high price, it should
be an object with every agriculturist to grow roots
s to his stock, and as this is the time to sow
Rota Ikqa, we most earnestly recommend its cul
ture to all
Clover Hay.—lf owing to backwanluess of the
season you have been prevented in cunning
your clover, and have that still to do, we
would advise you to' cure. it by cock' n* it so soon
as it becomes wilted. By curing it cocks you
prevent loss from the falling off of the leaves, and
retain that delightful fragrance which is so accePti
bie to stock. In stacking it away sprinkle on every
ton of it a peck of salt. The salt will prevent its
firingand becoming.mouldy., besides it will enable
you to stack it away much • earlier than if it be not
VOR the OM of DEAFNESS. gems,' end thirds..
'Our of nudger from the ears. Also all Masao
agreeable sounds, like the ham* of kinds, foiling of
.wateraltimbsg of ann. Ate., Ac., *MA all or*
-tams Wappronehing iitrensibesni slew geneerdley. Mum
dant with the dimes*. Miry pennon who have ins
deaf fog ten. fifteen. and even twenty rare r end was
obliged to use ear trumpets, have, slier winsome or two
bottles, throw. aside their trunemay losing lair perfect
ly well. Physician-Mad tinrypemo
The yery.pmanumberof hippy moulta t tlett
hared itte nee of SCAIIPA i ta, gicousric OIL, base
been truly astonishing. And what woridesful, some
wherein, deer fan birth, have been so much improved
as to hear common conversation very readily. .
It. would be the Wight 4C.potemiptiout tit warrant
cute ht MI come, Main bine cases out of heti of recent
date, there is a certainty that the results, will he and
mthifelety to the *kat; 'Tfit siltation
erthe oil' Pralines no pain, but on the eiontriry an agree.
able and plenum sensation. The recipe*, this wadi.
line has Man weaned front an Aural of weak repuba•
tion, who bas found that deafens, in nineteen nasty out
pf terenty,iimt produced front twos of adage in Ate
Lades of keeling. or a dryness in the rant 'hie :ohjec*
thenfoie was tit find menething4thieltMeld - mate 11 .
Maltby ration in those pane. Alfeell kb, Series Of
experiment* his efforts were ;tit' erowified meith sae.
eels, in the discovery of Mir Preperatieni,itifich-hos 10 '
dewed theorems of SOARPA'S COll POUND ACOUS
TIC OUs. A lone list of kertificates might be gain.
but such is the confidence in the inetlinet t = high
his bean its reputation, that but one oldie
preterit published:. .
MOST Es X s NAST C1111!—A )411111kernith•
field, Bred. Co. 1.M.. and now - shoot eighty yeas of
age, had been, g:tedemly genies deaf fee Mon tan 40
years. so that itwas neat to impossible tomake her hear
conversations in the. Modest tone of 'voice. • Last winter
the was induced to try • litelapa's Oil forDeaftreat." It
is only necessary. to add that she used twobtethea . and
is perfinly remond—sdie is cured. Any information
in vegan) to the ease may be obtained et dream* of Dr.
Jayne, No.S. South Third sue&Philseielphis.
For sale by A. S. VOA MIieRTAN, Towanda, Pa.;
only agent for Bradford county. 28—ly
HAER.9NTED fiI.WRYS TO CURE.,
Fh • Ji.C=ll
HEMORRHOIDS, OR ALES. is a rikrease wedge
ed by local irritation costiveness, purgative stimu
lants, undue determination of blood to the hemorrhoidal
vessels hi excessive riding or walking,. or • congestive
state of the liver, and peculianty oldie constitution itself.
It is usually considered under three lore, lie, vermin,
as follows: Blind Pil o , White Piles and Weeding Piles.
This disease is so Ammon, and - en very well known,
that a description of its symptoms is not deemed newt
The success that has followed the Ole of the Embro
cation in the cure of this direr", hasheen trulyastanish
ing. Physician* nett advise their, patients to try it, as
the only Pile Medicine.
In addition to its being • positive remedy fat the Piles.
it never fails to cure that INTOLERABLE ITCHING,
which is so very common, and has its location in the
same parts so the
Read the following, from the editotil edam of Alex
ander's Weekly Messenger;
' • FOUND AT LAIITA fittlai COSA 'OS TIM PILLS !,
—PhYsieians and Chemists hove long been anxious to
discover a medicine that would Cure one of the east
troublesome diseases, the Piles. Success bas at last
been the result. Dr. JACKSON'S PILE EMBRO
CATION not only stops all bleeding, allays pain and
inliamation, subdues that intolerable itching, but-eliectu
silly cons, like a charm and in A very shot time, per
sons whose lives hive been rendered mis s a ble for years.
Only a few from the great number of aitificates will
he published. Reid the following :
New York, 721 Broadway, September /11, 1815.
Dr. N. JACKSO3—Dear Sir ; W iUxou send me six
sit bottles of your Pilo, Embrocation ; I wish them
part to keep myself, and part for ) ilegall gentleman, •
friend of mine, who h* foiled great relief in nag
from my bottle two or' three tines. Yon remember,
when in Philadelphia, T was, uflesiucdreadbilly film
Ode 4rtil,4 scourge. I Colt took tomfbouitfyoutylio ;
have not used ii genes all, indent new peife' itly
As you mny oppose, I proclaim the virtues of your
medicine wherever Igo. tellOrery friend about it ;
and it is Clog:der to peteeive how many are snaring
in this iray-1 believe half of my acquaintances are
more of less aMieted. Eet me tell yoo that you can
sell here as fest you choose to mike. When you want
a certificate front me, you shall have it, and yea are at
lawny to show this letter if you wish.
Respectfully yours, LEWIS P. ASHFORD.
Fors.le by A. 8. CHAMBERLIN, Towanda.-Ps.:
only Agents for Braaßird County. 21111
DR-AVOOD'S. SA RSA PA JOLLA
ALVD WILD CDERR 1r AnTER.s.
FOR the permanent removal of all 'inch diseases as
take their use in an hapure Blond; Impaired Di
gestion, Morbid state of tto Liver and Stomach, Weak
ness of the Nervous System, and a. Disoided habit of
Dr. Wood's Sarsaparilla and Wild Cherry Bitters
have already, by their substantial excellence, won
degree of public favor and patronage whiCh puts them
beyond the need of recommendation. Being faithfully
prepared of the mod exuding Materials, they can be
fully confided in by all in need of a tonic, aperient or
This preparation will be found =trial,. to be a sure
and speedy remedy for the diseases enundtrated above.
They punt . ; the Maid, secure regular digestion, promote
a healty action of the Liver and Stomach, and strengthen
the nerves, at once securing health and vigor' to the
whole system. In all cues of despondency, arising
from indigestion or nervous irritstitio, they have been
used with remarkable success; not am they less useful
as a remedy for Headache, Flatulent?, loss of Appetite,
and a general prostration of ihesyslag. At the same
time it must be stated that they are neither violent nor
at all dangerous in their operation, securing as they do
the desired end,by a steady:regular and essay influence.
Taken daily, iredoses preeribed, they will be found to
operate in that gentle and - salutary Manner. which is,in
fact, their highest recommendation. That prejudice
usually exiiifing against advertised . medicines. would
not be merited if bestowed on this. The wonderful
cures it has performed and the acknOwledged celebrity
of its Oeincipe constituents', should at owe commend
it tot he ls
RECOMM EN D A TIO NS,
Mr. Philp Wilcox, New Bedford; was entirely cured
of a confirmed cancer of the stomach, throat and mouth,
and his general health much improved by the use of
only one bottle. CoL John..lltylica, Bristol, Mum,
has voluntarily .certified that he was cured by the
Bitters, of Jaundice, Indigestion; Headache and Vertigo.
J. P. Peslies, Esq., New Bedford, was cured of an
smith* of the face.
Dr. Weji. Miller ofN. 'Y., testifies that many of
his paikewhave brnbenefated by the Wit of the Bitters,
and in every case! they have given the most perfect
satisfaction, ' •
Sold Wholes* and Retail by WYATT &
KETCHUM, 12 Fulton Si. N. Y., HUSTON &
LADD, Towanda:and by druggist generally throughout
obe ; IL .23., Price $l. Large bottles. 1n22
BONNETIA great saving to the " Heads or the
Nation." The Ladies will rind it a great saving to
heir heads to call i J purchase one of thoglu htoptiful
Straw, Dew" Gimp„ Florence, or Lace, Limns, Gipsi
Bonnets. selling so cheap at ,REED'S.
2900 LB& Sole Leather. Upper Leather and
Calf Skins, Inner then was ever tamed in
Towanda, 6 7 B. KINGSBERY.
t RINI I B--500 di ff erent styles, bought in the city of
New York. by the cue, on the " croak down" idea,
and Will be sold accordingly. BAIRD & CO.
Ant, - •to - verivr
.5 1 ,10,.-j0rAe410.„ , ,,- 1 .410,4
* Ode& of now.;
• sielisiNfths.•Porielie*4 l .7obal
r,rl libeOir# l 'eeft bestkik Imeni — MeSen
H t to order _all . kinako cAultior ,
!rustirruks, et the fiat mow
• llaod, vrorkunttabip tbattrionot
be eutrlseediiel addleralto di usual
Areortntent is earnstryielaspi, vie will keep ea hoodoo&
Asake , Worder SOFAS, , of various and snout approval
patterns t; Bob Rocking Chairs, upholstered in supeno t
style, and for ease and durability 'casual be surposerd
even in our large cities!. Alm, the half French Ma.
.bagany Chair, beautilia4habitesed, with culled hair,
which never loses 'ty, and , finished with the
host hair seating. Wei flatlet ouraelves that having
bad much ',swine:6 in tie busing's, wagtail be able
to satisfy all who tnay Orel disposed to 'call, both ss la
quality and price. and by strist z ettiselion I. Inisitiese
hope to mail and receive,lhOgUronaga 'OS Oils) tote.
reunitY. 44.. M. NYE . Br. CO.
Towanda, September 1, lig&
MAY HE HAD as our shop much lower than it
has ever been sold in Towanda. Goods ant
cheap. and-mheat aim low . and that the Niron wa
am April ill Ibr to do it. . 41 kinds ..
he received in payment. A , ' LUM t gualill.kindi.
lilept. I. Lig. NYg 4 0.
0=31C11116 -4 311E4' 1.11
IWILL be kept oii band • large asiortioent,
mode to °Mace shorter notice and fat less /so.
trey *an eel be produced at any ether estabSsaubentirt
the land.air who ans uridertb•-•epreity, ef pro.
curing tbatiglicktylll. sod shall be satisfied,. -A good
beanie grid Fa miy be hi) io attendance when drained.
fleptriobeeloll4s. 11.:NifE & CO.
' - '7 , ' -- :V'cEitTAiN bijAc FiiTi iiittsi
ki•h ‘ , 24llholl, fillisies Metallic batman',
A - itrorrrt, • '+Y, IN VENTED by
.riL AIL- LiiirAiKtiC nguisbed Physician of
.New York city; sieiliiiMV3r succemful.remedy for
this dangerous ' sad odialf complaint— th e PILES
--everoffered to an ltmeilEan public.
Mark this. It is an INTERNAL REMEDY`--and
nit an :external application, and gill core every cam
of Piles, either bleeding or blind, internal og extents,.
and probably the only thingahat will. There is 'no
mistake about it. It is a..raitive cume,-aperiely and
permanent. It is also a convenient medicine to late,
anu improves the general heal h in a remarkable man
ner. Eaeh hos contains twelve dotes, at 81 a dote. It
is very mild in itsoperation, and may be in teas
of the most acute inflammation without danger. All
eiternal applications are in the' highest degree disagree
able, ineonrenie t and offensigte 1 and from the very na
ture of the disease, inconvenient in their e is. This
medicine attacks the disease at its source, and nea ri ng
Me cause, renders the cure certain and , perin ent.
7'n M• 111 111 ND LA DI K6.—MlllTilPd ladies • alninstio
variably subject to that painful and injori s disease,
the Piles, with consequent inflammation of stomach,
bowels and spine, inikneas Mille baidt,flo of blood
to to the heal, lc. The Electuary is rife y safe for
pregnant ladiee, and the most useful cahoot that can
possibly be used, as it not only removes th Piles Ind
all' inflammatory diseases witAitel pain irritation,
brat will insure an easy time, see& delivery. d a sound
constitution in the offspring.
The Electeary contains no mineralise& 'ne, no al
oes, eoloeynth or gamboge, or aoher poled and irrita
tive purgative. No fear of taking edd whi under its
inenener— no change in diet viceregal, 1 taken ae
eonfevg to directions, a care feel:ft is attar.
Sold wholesale and entail by W r a sa & itlreliCX, l
" Oersend Agents fie the Southern States." 111 Folk* ,
street, N. Y., HUSTON AL LARD. T roils, and
druggists generally throughout the thrited tek. Price
$l, •box. ' nel2
" Sugar Coated Pills."—kwan ! alias.
2( 1 . r : BENJ.
HI. DEGAS. COATED PILLS., has Maimed a
number of persons to makesocactlrifig thrill call tattle
and coat them with sugar, in order to Nvlllhem for the
genuine, while they do not paw:ea a ' le of tie
gas mess , not even assimilate in appea • to the
original, Dr. Smith's Pills. In short , the are an in
tended FRAUD upon the community .-. A minister
who at first had an interest in an imitatio n ugar Coat
iel Pill, manhfactored in Albany. N. V., given them
up. as he says, on account of the rase c dishonest
parties concerned in manuficturing them The mane
' party are now industriously circulating re ' calculat
ed to injure Dr. Smiths and to effect the lather of
his valuable pills.;'but rather than neural in Mdse;
Dr. Smith is about to institute legalpen4alings against
them for their slanders, as he basin an r ease against
• similar party, in which he recovered a Ire mount of
damages. These miserable imitators be to resort to
the most abominable means to palm off " conniesiait
pillii;:ls the public know that Dr. Smith's the original
and genuine. Seven& instances have to pubic
notice in which life hvisheenendangenal the unfortu
nate use of the counterfeits. It is Dr. Smith's Pills
that are doing so much good in the ntiy —as the
following plainly show. : i ._
Use and Recommend Dr. Smith's Pills all others.
This is to certify that I have used the Sugar Canted
Pills manufactured by G. Benjamin 8 kb, of . New-
York, for some time, and believe them to be a good
medicine; and also, from inquiry in t city, I sin
persuaded that he is the original invent° and therefore
is entitled to the benefit of the juvenile°
fll. ILLIA 18 ;
Pastor Ist Baptist Chor P' rgh.
. Front tire Blue lien', 0 • .. Dek)
We call the attention of our readers die catifiosta
of Rev. S. Williams. Pastor of letspeak Church.
Pittsburgh, in es relation' to Dr. Smith's ills. We am
bear testimony Ito the eicelleo of these Pills.
one of us having used than and enter. ed
from them. ,
1 The ikon is the best paper in the 8 of Delaware.
The" ix e soy an /X el AN s care...at • emu." (Sugar
Coated.) are certainly doing much ,• i l in . the whole
couptry, and are highly estewried. if • • - balf is true that
people write and say about them. r are so easy
in their operation that all like them:, e editor of the
Northern State Joarnal, (one of, the insert and beat
Palmy. in the Salto of .11: Y.,) mites - follows;
-N, Watertown, y 91, 1848.
Dr. G. Benj. Smith— , ,-
Dear Sir. I was laid up with a had 1,1 some time
since my return from N. Y., and duri •my illness I
made trial of your pills, and I most ins ' I found them
excellent. They are the best medici for the purpose
they are intended, that I have yet 1 seldom take
pills. but I found yours entirely free fr the objections
to which other pills are Bible . I hope ey will confiners
to be a source of profitto yin, as I 0 not theywill
be means of relief to the afflicted on. a Bog* scale.
s • - ••• \ Yours truly, IJ. GREEN,
Tonawanda, Pa, I, 18 1846.
Dr. G. Benj. Smith— ' 1,
Dear Sir: YOU/agent Jen With a lot of your
Sun IR C Pi t Ls, and I have bu ,a fear tines left.
Every box I have sold has given eatir satisfactiob. I
have taken them myself and I' . them the best
pint! I bate ever used, and il, ani not afraid -to
recommend them to the public. Iwi a further supply
at sup. Yours respectfully. . •
JACOB IDLER, P. M. ,
Huntington bid, ant 21 i , 1646.- '
Dew Sir: I ant most out of your t i t VICONT4IIIII.I
8004% GIiATILIII PILLS. " 1111111 tind 4 aelling„ se foot
that I think you bad better send me twu gem immediate
ly. They gil l s such general satisfeetton that people at
least twenty miles for them, and aii it ts generally known
I am agent for them, I would be t evy sorry to get out.
SAM.. 1400 DE dr. CO.
BF:WARE t f!
IW. BENJ. SMITH, be not written with a pen on
the bottom of the box, all' Buys Coated" Ms are
Principal Office 179 Greenwich' Street, large brick
Mock. N. Y. Price 25 cents a bin.
For male by A. 8. CLIAII4IIEIII,IN, Tovranda. Pa.
S . - -
HA Wntities or Shaiwiti, nice 4 kind, going
off fist and cheap at 0. D. BARTLETT'S. • •
.41 - 111
-.Q., -r ,
--,^• 44 .•,‘,•-•. , -1 0 - ,4 -••:t ;-- IA :,...:.. ~.......•.
-. 5 r4 r ' ... 7 . • • ' hair . 91 !• .
.„, i.... ' • 21. iiir ' #l4=l,lllA 1 . ?"' " 7111
......:'..- PM s7BlrentrAl s rAg otit. , -,.;.-:,
1; Tft l '': A re:liii Orr Wiltil* . liii 4ll ftiso
, S - , :: ' ... 3 liaiiiiir IllikijritCThk..l.... • •
' .- ' '-'''''''''" ike' - • : ailierissik; eifiz . ,
'4liiiittliiiiikihet : . '- lifilhAtimirdiAll '..-:,.,
hit-k — bifitibiliiiffebibitaie .' • 1 .t
ar,taitlvill...... o6witihe amok .
an a ser. :7l
a :"; ;', Al - , iTONOUMAIEVAPIPOON.
7 OA .41x - spar - trita,Axaat
j:: p77kii troy for llsagivins
THE autocribr, would_ loopecif Mt old
COldiamotiOr,:teWo!, LOUT* Plat be '
,n_Pcmousi . opPialL iiptiMetaca
4 , 10t0t4,1 111 i -4 1,1! 'Mao 0011111 -
dur a abl ,
..Apie 'that repave' Hoaae. IlOork cow
s64idi f *04.0; *aka Zia it n!it iota
itfia y jdt 44,41 id hi. line ao tbadk, pa dip
***Li- combs *full
xtrinaiir 411011'611 1
• ' , eat patterse--Settees. Rocking:W*4M
Chiktreit'ir-Chain.' 1 3 / 4 :1 2
finks. ; r
OA "114 tri, Ina vet sy step on Bride shoot. and I
wiNasti ref eas7bar reasopable.
, thiesaitiott sad -Ralowiati
1414, rAte 1= in - exdmin' eG:file's&olis Se relooftab!*
krirOod JESSE TAYLOR.
Yolanda, los, _,c '
gilA:fittf I'm ' Ye 'AV Toti.Sl I . a
• BAKER* feawrallecthlayin thrpeddiAliat
's " has commenced the GIRAVEArrobig Mei
tles4 iti kits browbeat at.Toworsl‘Whereatitorin int
teady.atidilts!e a ks-±loeid 7 4o all calisis Joiclinti... :.
Montnnentit, Tontbdobles; -Or iimaioriei, of
. I erereiles4iption. 4-c.. 4.c., '
inade-bilonler. and fOrifished las cheap as WORK 141,
MARI/UR - of the same quality can be obtained at any
alsopip tha•coontry* ... , • . - -
.illeirivites.,.the publican, MI sod examine his work
and m:ietials,, hoping to merit their patronage by strict
atrentio tot Waimea, and by superior workmanship and
OM - ride. ' .
LRTTHR-CHTTING done with neatness and des
patch, i the latest sty/e. - '
INK, 'O'Mara sweet:next' door tb "i:!: Elliott's store,
sad tit atrove Briggs Hotel.
Towinda, March 17, . 18:17. ' ' 90y
' B$OT• EL SHOE MAKING.
ti. .44 41
Viel Lear & SAGWIin 4 i-asenelati4V - tficinsetes
in the Boot and Shoe Making business. in the
bornueb of Toorstraw." ati lmity.beloged et the old stand
ofS.Uathassay,lately Occupied by Elkanah Smith. neat
E. H.4ltephens 2 Exchange Hotel, where they solicit a
share df public-patronage. They -intend, by a eareft I
flCifrii?? li t .a#Yeke,trndjiy. Mien**, to the interests of
their cuttoineta,m,inalre;,r , rineitlantt data* wort as caw
be maitufacttitedriviihis portion'ef The country.
Therkirep'enimatittyaminiddousd - irill manufacture
to mare, 'thoraces:ealf and' coarse boots' and shoes;
Lislimir Gaiters, shoes and slip% children's do; gent's
,gaiteri and:pumps, &e., &c.
JOHN- W. WILCOX,
PHILANDER BAGS .
Tovraildn, May 14,184
, • A Natural Remedy. "
,CAN-arnbilestly affirm that among asedieines
• designed for general use, none stand higher
popolOr estinntion thin '
Wrightl Witt, - •
Hardly i day litsiestiot we receive testimonials in their
favor, and dui Moak enthusiastic are thine who have
longest used them. What better. prove of eicelknce
could we adir 1 In them, we, Wink! islignal triumph
of principle over prejudice am/ truth over, defismatioth.
The principles upon which this celebrated medicine
is founded, are beautifully simple: Every one is aware
that, in a emir of sickness, the promo+ end bowels are
irregaltirand siisontered. tlf eocuse, so long as they
eentinue in that sitotc, the food is badly digi- ter!, and
1 the blood, in consequence 'of being badly prepared, is
less fit for the Proper support of health and life.-
1 "Should the stomach and bawdy continue disordered,
the misehiefestends; the COMO humeri collect upon
thnt priori that isoareakera sett icarit able tri throw them
off, nal thifs disease becomers'ettated. - Thesame effect
i. produced in' ether ways. CulJ, acting upon the
inhaling 'reliefs of the rein i &Ives the perspiration mat
ter inward; overheat inducing debility and bad diger'.
tion.rbad lir,•injureourly affecting the blood' and tongs ;
1 ennthelesornedieti Hew confinement ; 'rata of clean
Werra; had habits; and menrodter Mums Ptoduce the
Front this brief explanation, it will he seen that di,.
ewe, wheiherit - arises from the blood itsellw acteil_ppon
broutward4Wesies, or through the drearepentent of - par- -
ticulalluoctious, autoOnbi in the end to thomme thing.
Therefore aired segetablemmreine, such et Wright's
Inoon Verb l ine Pills, adapted to drum., the system
fromAhe mass of impuritiis whis b oppresses it, isilie
best Wing \ that can Is:Aiken. \ Jim let es look Into - The
subject a little farther.
The 'ptifdic. will har t er learned' enough of the mysteries
of physiology - Sire inithAngy to keow that all medical
treatment - Li founded spun three -)swe of the anima
economy. —roo, that The hi cireutates through, and
priniJcs,SOßport for . We whole 'boat; 'remit!, that it
(the blood) is entliiwett with witalify and tirls en pulling
down and rebuibling.the human edifice ; and third, that
all calireVpi pithigus pirli*tatis Vecisal-by one
of foil oolletqlthir
Ufan k ihe'firslef tfte4lawe;(tbkilrcfilstien,)is found
ed the hope ofreecliingeernMe 'ports of the system . , fur
the' purpose of rem ovin g local disorder. Upon the
second, (the vitiolitrfif the blOod,)*pcods the efficien
cy of medicine, for it is Well known 'hat the more
healthy the,body.,is, the better do medicines operate_
And itiorr.the thin]; ietetialed the expectation-of rid
ding the system of these poisonous particles which arc
the cause of digitise.
Now a medicine to he adapted to the human consti
talon mum retardates's laws. It must circulate with
the blood. it must aid the vital principle; and like it
carry off the Corrupt particles through with of the ap
'poinad ways. Wright'a Indian Vegetable Pills were
prepared with reference to these laws, and hence sic
every way calculated to remove disease.
A - New thins . in Old Wirsox.
D R- A'
.1. COLE would respectfully inform the citi
zens of Wystut ind . vi*iniry, that after diligently
prosecuting the study of Physic . and tturgery in all its
various branches for better than three years under the
immediate care su4 inurwctian of Nathan• 8. Davis,
M. D., of . 11141iiiitoo; in addition to the attendance
on ir foil and *Meyer co'ussa of Lettures at the Medi
ad.College of Geneva, 1,1.- Y x He feels a full confi
dence In manting his friends and patrons that no pains
rcillba spied to arrider , ' himself useful in• meliorating
the anfrefiugs Vila fellow taw; and on all occasions
will be found in mediums toliverpromptand careful
attention tottieh in his line as limy fall to his
bands. Da Cols, be found for the present at the
residemuesfliiE. /Lutist. Wpm*, April 21, 1847. '
A LARGE asuortinstitof •firood 'Cloths. Caasimeres,
oral Nano' etta, which we have long been famous
for selling good. and cheap, now cheaper than ever—
and upon which we challenges the world, just received
at , 0: 11 ARTLETT.
Towanda, NOY. 3; 1646,
n r ANTED IN EXCHANGE•FOR GOODS--
1 . • Wheat, Domestic Flannel,
Rye, Woolen Socks, •
Corn, • Buckwheat,
Oats, Flamed, ; .-__,•
'Butter, White Beans, .
Cheese, COON SKINS,
in short. almost anrhing, for which liberal ;prices will
bedEski at . 0.. D. IdA.RTLETT'S.
Towanda, Nov. 3, 1846. 1
AWOMIIf-,, :(*D9Ds i p •
70.: 0 1 0. *4O aPlidiri Me".
Irlairi - all the yarns?
,e( R i j n & 8 .,_.
.i.ry irelleiteeta weioitatet of tliii-sii:
Suit yuip# Y - GOODS; wtaieb wfill 'be
lots, PiP . ll* oseteaalers it Pei.:
[ 8110 - 0, ! ltd, alpiecir; the
. 11 4 WOW' illtertiaoe. bilis sei en ,
brie ; same; Ilirelei, costae Ihenssi, do % •
--.!- - , sod brawls assiria, iwat le is t ':
.. . ' ) skung,shesit,Tcaskrears. .
„. &omit, weals* beck
i , : . . n ook kW,,'"
. . I• : ' Berms litaddedirs,•• • ;
• - cattan.moll poops hdkrs,
la T ailea
gingham' cravats. plaid shawls,
'inkier*, catkin taPcs, patent
14 silk, anon hells, p ic k,
spool tattoo, , hookaand eyes,
Ind metal battens, with twiny igh. -
lewd in a std . re, not
aiittd le' call end essi ne ,1.7 .
elsewhere, as they will I.ssid fit'
• estabrudnwent itt town. - -- " T "
H.O'HARA k CO
NOES ,OF AL
rfOln IVadelPhik a loge Intl to;
ormens. calf, kip and cane h e *
6 50; WO 41 lathes Piles
Aso, fine kid *slips and buskii w oo '
, ao. calf bootees end heeds,,, :
lion shoes of . oil kinds , bevy me
every kind of weather, Yam's*
fonts Wink ekiklren. from 4 to 12 p a ,
ourselves to giro s * better anklet t
toy other estabholuneat in Burt
,Kl 3 from 01 50 16 5 1 0 00
\TB AND CAPS.
meat d faihionable Eats and
weriptionlfor sa6 vny ' -
-4 — eigractoittob, No. t. a n d 2 w ac b,,.
el, best quality and tear from al Wit ra ta
a pa u calli pulyerired and lee sugar ; rice tub asst
sperm."ppenk.and. MOM candles; mains by th e b,„
or pour i stiren,'sosits BERM at 50 cents per l
and in etall kinds!eker kept in our line whisk
pu s h
wilt fiAd it .thbir earautage to Punt,' aid we Mg
giveyoa sonnet!, :for it i
, 1 A IMO Legit a n d Common Scale.
There an: dim tidup beyond dispute:— Ist—Wawa,
payts.otit mach meetly, bo- • mest receive as mart.
2. If a an's expenses in business are large, hi s m i di
en be barge.
3. Tb efore, the Grocery and Shoe Estabratineat vt
the (miff of Main and Bridge sta., in a soultpla s
sto ,at a cheap trent, can afford to sell boots 4k lbset.
hats &. ape, and groceries, at lower prams, sad d
be quality than any, other store in town.
if this is not sound logic, two and tiro moot
make tr ; bat if it is, common sense talliss o p al Is
come • us for Your . Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes lu.
See tb . contrast, and let your own reason decide a 4
was n , yowl r vantage to give us a t r i a l,
FL NG, efts!' kinds constantly on band. Pond,
a wl s , eistlis,, at oulder-sticks, kit awl files pinern,"an
kinds , f binding, silk, cord and straps for boots, prim
pggwi g &also skiving, paring and crooked j u ji ws ,d
d oe r s , . ,:, .. If. O'HARA & Cit..
'l' anal, Nov. 11, 1846,
4,1. ira., !Corning and . Buffalo . tine,
FOR 1%17; ..
Tli ' ProPrieter a of the above Line' will continue is
sulps Line of Passage Boats between ELSIRA.
CO ' LNG and BUFFALO. for the acconeuodmos
of E. grants' and Families, moving West, el(oedmt h.
cif' • nothereofore offered to the f:migrant, fossils
.• olNew York, Penn.ylcititni.
, 11 • Boats of this Line are of the FIRST CL S+,
fitted and refinished with all the convibieme sad It
-comniothilionti PA 4 ; KErs, commandell by Inseam
ed thiptains, and towed by relays of Hones.
BOAT HOME Capt. H. W. THOMPSON,
- w TEM FEST, Capt. A H. TA Y LOR.
During.the Mason of 1847, one of the above Bag
will leave Corriiitg and Elmira every week in the fe
Cowin so, every Monday evening, at 6 o'clock:P. M.
E La' Ira, every . Monday evening. at 6 o'clock, P. N.
T ing down Seneca Lake every ,Thorally am
Ing ; chine at Big Stream, Lodi, and Dresden , sad
lea - g Bu ff alo for Coming and Elmira, every Waive
F a FREIGHT OK PASSAGE, apply to Creria
lon aril, or to ' . >.
Win. Mallory, r‘.ris;,::. • ,
' P. IN Strang & Co, Ei.;ra.
. WI minute & Tpult., Ilorvinisk /
A. ti,..h. Horonn.
L. Towodei.d, li,g Sfreft 7 / 1 .
i IV !worth &P, 1 .1, 104 i,
' • Jrriee,& HollY, i :entre. . . •
Gay & Sweet, Yabrion.
- J . Shoemaker, Ni.nerq Fa,.
Baker &.Rm's, ,tl,•ab :a ma. .
H, Wright, Thilrer. trr.
- - - 11. Niles, BlTan.
LUMBE NATIONAL 11A(WERRIAN GAL.
LEHY AN D PH OTOO RA PHERS FURNISH.
DEPOTS; award the Gold and I! ihullseit
Poo b rat Preiniamw, and Highest flows, alb
N ell the ‘Massachusetts the New Yak, sal *0
lvarria Exhibitions, direly, far it se
splendierEolored Daguerreolspes aid led Amur
Portraits taken in exquisiteoayle. without mei *
Instructions giver? I the art.
A large Damn trinent of . pparatus and mock &mar
band, at the :aeresi cash rice,: -
New York. 551 1im..30. ay ; Phil d adphia,l3B chei
nut S.; Huston, 75 Court, and 58 Hanover 1 2 1 - l i t .
tinaire, 205 Baltimore Si. ; Wanhinsston. Petwolh".
ATOme i PetenlbUirg. Va . 1111 , irivostrs: Hall, Ono,
:nati} Fourth and Warta. and 1; 6 -\lain St ; SsioV
6 t"l"gg , iifr° 2 thvall; Parts, NJ Vie il le Hue do MO ,
LiverpooV32, Choral t41.-9y,
DATfril6 1 DR (Pv. l (s : 7i0,110"05..
..... THO NI PSON & CR A W FORD.
I HOLESALt..I buggies, No. 40 Markel buggies,.
(South side, below Second.) Phitalelles.
s i oar
uffe for sole a large stock of Fresh Drugs, Mietri°
and Dye-Stu ff s, to which they call the sweetie
Co noir Merchants and Headers visiting the a il .
h, Cabinet, Japan, 'Black and abet ranwbo
a Perk* quality. Also, ti4' bite ana Bei Led. WI
do r 91*, Paints and Oils--chesper than ever.
llWr - T.I & C. area bi° proprietors of the &Jo VC.
la* Balsam, celebrated throughout their oan 01
neilthboring States, as:the best preparation fto thec l.
of 43 "0 0, Colds, Asthma, &c. Money • r efeak o
ec instance Where DO trnetit is received.
hiladelphia, Jan. 8. 1847. lei_
i CA U . TION .. .
-07 HtREAS my wife ESTHER has le(! , fil /d i
i and hoant without any just cause or prOtalli iih
thi is tot forbid all persona harboring or trusting Of
In accoant as lam de twmined to pay ne debts itt ""•
eo tractipa after this dew. )
anton, May 1, 1847. , TIMOTHY FELON - --
Q ANTTrir 'of Superior new Clover Seel 611
• day received, and for sale at MERCITS.
1 a fordo' s :
' HLEAIOTARriEberM"OTtiI:nuAeI.toIN.4.I..R.ANCIE CO.:
/ 1 ' ilidelphia, a stock company of good standing nl"
lit does business on as favorable terms ste:
.He is lease agent for the LYCOMI?i 6 cO
- AL }ASSURANCE CO., a company which lo x
j uts punctual in the payment of losses 00 ri .
is arbrantages seldom found. ,
Toirathns May2o D. BARTLE TT '
•-._„L-_- ._ * .ol_ * •
Terms' of the Bradybrd Report°.
. , .
t,Two &liars and t fifty cents - per annum; ? , " 1 ,
l octet) if paid within the year; and for CASH
yin advance, Oa K Don will be t ieduiled. 0
Subscribers at liberty to discontinue at an ! tiro -
V.ing Orrearageo. - Most kinds o f C u r% TII I Nor"'
lye& in payment, at the market plies. ,
Advetthielnents, not exceeding a square 0 , 1 1 `" -
ti . es, inserted for fitly cents ; every subset' turn! ro n .'" - , ‘
t enty-five cents. A discount made to yearly lavn'";__,
i Joss PIIIINT/316, of every description, neWS ""
peditiourly executed on new and fasiiiimabletif f ) cti e
Lettefa oil business pertaining to the of to 6d .
eve of pOstage, to enitute attention.