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' As mills for-grinding bones ate very costly , it is
a great tiesideritttra for the kimer to Immy 110 W he
rip otherwise prepare them - for his emps. By the
following simple method he can tedupe them to a
tine powder and.increase dieir Valw . foin
Take one hundred polio s of bones and place
them id a kettle ; or in an old unfit for •furflter
use, or ec'eft in a hollow scooped to e ground
and made tight by - -with clay. Next take
from thirty to thirty-five pOnds of oil ofiritriol (sal
'TlM(' acid.) mixed with one tl4n. to one hOf hs
weight of water, and 'potir'imeilhebone.s.
brtwo, the boneSsvilldisso':ve-into a liquid cowte,
to 'which there fillist be added., by stirring hi, woisl
ashes or fine: mould; until it is of the consistelify
of thick mortar. Put the mixture away from rain,
and in a few weeks it will become a light dry pow.-
der . , i'vhieh May-p applied by the 'hand or other
'Wise, to any kind 6f land - that 'May require it. in
preparing this mixture, great care Mast be observed
to keep the oil of v triol from touching the clothes
rir chin, as it will born them as badiras fire .
:The oil of vitriul,.fi.r this:mixture, must be of a
first rate quality,litherwise it wouhi regitire a greater
(inanhil . than given above to dissolve one hundtled
11).7.i0f bones: The misfire answers best fora tur
nip .erop but is highly valuable for ether roots as
well as for grass and grain:. It gbould•be applied
at the rate of twenty tir.iorty bushels to the acre
`sown broadcast ow grass land; in the sprang, tot, on
grain and turnip props after harrowing lathe seeo.
For garden.ftr field crops planted in rows or dog's,
s "kia'roots, cetera. bean., peas &e. ; it may he applit. A l
in theshilis or rows at the time of soWing, or it may
' . .allerwardk7sprinkle around the plants at the time of
hoeit , .—.. 'bort-Iran Forrare,
Ti lIN •Eneland the question • 1,4 - s.
.q?ceit discussod whether thick ear !pip seedityr %rd.;
the most pith-al - AO. This is a quest - am etjually
porwit oil this Fide: of the. Mantic. We hat 0 lint
little doubt that 1110 pratc;wcot thick ts.q.Lititg has lia,l
rna»y atlvnealgs.? . .: airmail.
A 1141.1 o( ours: who is a , B,otAl limner receoni
niends Mick seeding for the purpose. of . preventing
the numerous k.econdary stalks; which can never
strong., lie•hlif and productive is the main
stein; which teirstri=es from 'the seed: That Mick
eccding has the effect to prevent tifirring. out as it
'is termed; i= supported by obsetl4tions. There is
more foeif fur the few stalks which may grow to
gether, than rt.) the many which arc often formal
where the seeding is thin.—Firrnier and Merhinir.
Tti E CtI.7I:RF. OF t",TRAWEEFLItI FS.— A - writer in
one of our exchanges rerriarkSj'." IS it not most sin
gular that so few provide themselves with a plenti
ful crop of this revs earliest and most delicious fruit!
lAost no doubt, are detcrreo. by supposed difficulty
aria.cost of culture. But by the following pros.
an acreof strawbenit4 may be kepi in thefineAtbeari»g
condition fbr - any length of time, at no mnrcroct thln
to cultivate an acre f corn, after the first setting out
has been done. •
. Set out the plants in rows about three feet apart.
and a foot apart in the rows. Keep them clean
and well cultivated, by a horse attached to a plow
or cellivator, and in a year or two they will bear
abundantly. in a year or . two more, the plantation
will want renewing : to do which let the runners
till up the space between the rows, which has be
fore been kept 'demi aad hi tine condition, and then
plcrWortder the old rows; leaving a strip of plants
Torm'ed by the runners hetween'them for new rows
with : the horse,us.belux: and so indefinitely=.
• KEEPING FXR3I .AEcoUNTS.:--Lel any farmer Mate
theexperiment and he will find it as interesliatz as it
is useful, to know from year to year the actual pro
duce of his fatin. Let everything, therefore, which
can, be measured and weighed ; and let that which
cannrit be brought to en exact standard he estima
ted as if he himself were about to sell or purchase
'it.. Let him likewise, as near as possible measure
the ground which he plants, the quantity of seed
which he:uses, and the manner in which he applies.
The labor of doing this is nothing compared with.
Ihe satisfaction Of having done it, andihe benefits .
- which must arise froth it. Cenjectuwin these ca
ses, is perfectly wild and uncertain varying often
li'ith fierent individnak almost a hund red per cent.
xactness enables man to form conclusions, which
may most essentially, in innumerable ways, vail
o his advantage. It is that alone which can give'
piny value to his exiSerience, it is that which will
.make his experience the sure basis of improve-'
ment ; it will put it in his power to give safe coun
sel to his friends,' and it is the only ground on which
he can scscurely place confidence liliuself.—!.ker
HOW To TREAT LARD.—The . trying, of lard an
ililpOrtallebt3llClA of econotny, re(luiriky, a line ear
at rd . some direct' informatxm. Water. he it reinem
' tiered, sliould never be made use of in this proee,,,,
aince it cooks the fat and makes it soft and liable
to become speedily rancid. Put a lump ot fat into
a pot, and then , stand the pot along side of the fire.
gathering around it a few embers ; let a little of the
Pat fry Of alter which put the tat over' the fire
with such precaution there . is no dati.gef of the lard.:s
scowirin;r, and no need of Water, but the lard, Nrhen
folly cold will be found quite firm and Gulid, winch
-aunt be tlie•ase if water be trade use of in try
ing out.—Scientifir American.
Bones ; o) - ster : rihells, deeayc i l muscles, and all
articles of this kind are among the hest: 01 th ose
linnetal manure which have the lunggst effect up
on the soil. %Vu fear the method sri*esoteil by the
'intelligent editor of the American Farinler for the pre
paration of bone manure might lose ithem much
of their useful powers as operating utiou the soil.—
t farrreer's fluter.
TO DESTROY THE WHY4T iF• asserted, by
those who have matje,tre evisritnerti,' ',hat ottc bu
shel of nnslackeil litue (goutal to a .11ue powder
like gypsorn) to the acre, sowed as the plants make
theirappearenee, will at:dually prevent the raVia
ges of the fly.. It may so, yet we:greatly
However the applimnion is a iimpl9 one, and if it
etfer is no veil, it. will assuredly, in most instances.
do no harm
Waits . on the udder aild teats of cows may -be ea
sily :removed by Washing them in a :visitor
of aluin and .wafer. , We have known this applica
tion to result fayOrably after all other prescriptions
The Maine Farmer states that there iviir not be
a quarter of-a crop of apples in that State thepres
ent season .'
Nartpre,lttnrested, bids me love mysegand hate
all that hurt me. :41'
Good fences make good neizithers
miscet manl cmcnt9.
Death : VOA:10 *silot44//1). Fmk!
bdthi'' fritind f th. 112 tehi* Isbmalillik' .
A R E'W 'B . r A'l N K 11,11 E g.
rpHIS is anent IV:egeteble Compowl ioNaiwd
t oventy.ficiellifirentAngredients, sod boon inter
nal entkostetnalogietly. Put spin bottles, retying in
price from 25 to 7.s.cent,', each. • For further fmtucu
tare,iseep4mphlets, to be lied of Arm. egentgratis, eon
talt#ln •erloief blow* , of the of iginond dbleo...etry, of the
• Pain certifies** of cores, diter,tiont l / 2 .4z...
• Clattrroxi 7 -Xech bottle:has the AvgittAn.44mitugAP ,
the proprietor, I As tied Ws, en the htbeitAntl i ttetthout
it none are'genoine. Beware of hao:keis sod 'pediars,
s tiling, frhmrhouse hon4eisttp reettittOisit toK liff the
genuine _pain Killer.
Sold only by the. failewing regular appointed agents
intbis .coonly •
A.S.Chamberlin, Towanda. 0. P, ThtiaM.tr9 7/ Georo A.Petcina,. L. 4 r
J. Warrntd..Montoeton ; C. Raihbone;,Vanton..
Sold in an the_principallowna 1q the tea,
Canada and Texas. .
Wholesale agents in the city deltinerlirntli
nitv : Haydoch. earlier & - en, MS Pearl-st. I Wyatt
& Ketchum, 421 Feltomst.• Ordeta addrhitsed to the
14°11th-tor, Of Q. N. &holy hit, postpaid, Will meet with
lIST OF: PERSONB . eng . iied in vending I"...reign
1 Goods and lltrriharidize In Bradford" county, clas
sified and arranged according, to law for the year 1847 :
-Names, layupr. Class. Ai WI.
Athens b..wki—Jameii Fritcher, (do lig.) It $7
C Park, " ' 14 *7
H 8 Comstock " 13 20
A C Perkins, " 13 7
8 Ellsworth, " 13 10
Er A Phelps, . " 14 1 *7
(1 If Herrick, " 14 7
. , Wig/Op.& Ham* " 13 'l3
Athens tarp. John Watkins, . " 14 '7
Asylatn--John Horton, jr. " /4 '7
Elmer Horton, a 14 '7
• ' A W Renelow, '(liquor) 13 6 15
Buffington—A & 8 11 Morley, (no liq.)'l3 10
John V Daniels, . " 14' 7
Coryell & Gee, . " , 13 10
Edward Overton, " .14 7'
Canton---Charlea E Rathbone, • (14nor) 13 *l5
Newsnitn & Sworn, '' 14 10i
Dureli—U Moody & Co., (no liq.) 14, •7
0 D Chamberlin, . " 14 ''7
Coolbaueh sr. Balsbury, • " 14 7
Franklin—J WIR eicur, " 14 *7
R K Hawley, " 15 7
Hrtnek—Wm. Angle, .
" .14 7
• 'l'. Humphry, " 14 7
Muurue—J J WarfOnt. " : - 13. 10
JB&J B M Hinman, . '(liquor) 14 103
John Hanson, . : " 14. 10 . 1
. J II & G Smith, .:. (no liq.) 14 • 7
S C Nagle*, 2 " 14 7
Coolhougfr & Salsbury, " 14 7
S . 1. & R Fowler, ' " 14 7
(Jrwdl—'J' 8 Humphry, ". 14 ' 7
If enry'Gibba, u. 14 •7
Pike—D Bailey, . . 0 1 4 . 7
A S Smith. " 13 *lO
J E Bullock, .. . 14 • 7
Rome-1. S Maynard, " 14 7,,
Ridghttry—Asaph Colburn, " 14 7
Charles F. Wilson,
_(liquor) 14 •101 6 .
%esti, quin—Kinney & Satterler, " 13 lb
Talk & Whitl , ock, (no liq) 13 •10
Wm Campbell, . " 13 10
Sniillifield—l. E Durfey, (liquor) 13 •15
M Bul:ock & Co., " 13 15
• ' E 8 Tracey,
Standing Stone—. 7 C Adams,
Mix & Storrs,
H W Tracy, (liquor) 13 0 15
Towanda boro'—Huston & Ladd, (no lig.) 14 7
Li 8& M C Mercui, " 12 *123
8 8 Bailey, " ' 14 •7
Burton Kingsbcry, " 13 •10
- Elliott & Tomiuns, " 13 *lO
0 D Bartlett, " 13 10
,A S Chamberlin, " 14 6 7
Wll Baird & Co., "' 13 *lO
• Tracy & Moore, ~ 14 • 7
J Kingsbery, jr., " .14 '7
N N Betts, ~ 1 4 . 7
Montanyea & Co., " •13 •10
Hugh O'Hara, " l4 7
E T Fox, " 13 *lO
C Revd, " 19.10
Troy—K Jr E Runyon, . (liquor) 13 15
G F Redrngton, . ." 11 : i n
8W&1) F Pomeroy." 11 •
0 1 .1 Ballard, " 14 103
Baird & Stephens, (no lig.) 12 123
Laster—Guy Tracey, ' " 14 *7
Peckham & Mather, ' " 14 7
. Win'Gibson, " 14 • 7
Wy !MX —Judson Holcomb, - (liquor) 14 • 103
NVells—danieit Taylor,'' (noliq.) 14 7
Wyalnsing—E & A Lewis, " 14 6
CB Fisher, " 14 7
MH& 0 II Welles, " 13 *lO
Warren—R Cooper, - -t ". 14 !•7
B Buffington, [domestic] " 14 *33
M l'yrrell. " 14 7
• Have paid their licenses. J. REEL, Treasurer.
Treasury Office, Towanda, Nov. 17, 1847.
ME 'Mr Nab OM •
Copper. Tin, and Sheet Iron, Brass
JAPANNED IND BEITTANNIA WARE,
AVUOLESALW, 4311 RETALL.
C. HALL. is now receiving 60 tons of the above
goods, which he is prepared to sell at wholesale
or retail, to suit purchasers, at the most reduced prices,
for nigh, lumber or. grain. The meet liberal Klee§ will
be paid for w eat, corn and lumber.
ore and Manufacturing Estrildiatiment, on'the
corner of Main and Bridge all., where may he found the
larzest and best assortment of stoves, this side the city
of such ad
Burkeye cooking stave, arranged with a rota
ry Rip, and hot air oven combined, 1,2, 3, 4
Rochester Empire hot air oven, • 4
" universe, 4
" Fulton, , " (impAr&l) 2, 9, 4
Congress tight air cooking, , 2,3, 4
Knickerbocker, " • 2, 3
Albany Elevated oven 1 " • 2, S, 4, 5
- - 1 2 Premium 2,3, 4,6, 6
Race's pat. sell-regulator, airtight parlor, 1,2, 3
Rochester air tight_pailor, ' 2, a, 4
• Congress do, Albany • do. (roasters.)
Albany Fancy wood parlor, 3,4, 4
N. V. city " - • 2,3, 4
t• 'parlor coal stoves, 1, 2
,Common cylinder do . 1,2, 3
i Large quantity of SkTE Pipe, Elbows, Tin, Bran,
Copper, Japanned I pritannia ware, tine, fie.
%Filch ho will sell as above.at wholesale•or retail. Shed
iron, Tin, Brims and Copper Work. made to order on
'short notice, and warranted. Persona wishing to poi ,
chase the aboVe wades wilt do welt by ceUing at the
above store, before parches - tag, elsewhere. as the propri
etor is hound not to
,be undentold 7 .l7 any living man.
5,06Q1.1E - F.,T' PELTS. wanted, for which cash will
be paid. Octal:lC 27, 1447.. " - firn
The Saddle and _Harness Business
IS still c.ounnued by ELKiili/%13 SMITH, J. CULP
&O. T. SMITH, under! Ithe Finn' of Elktinah
sinitlxik . , Ca, at this iilikiiiiptl)lcorth side of thoPubSc
swam' where will be kept cOnstantly.on timid Bela
-Plain . and • quiftee' &del ]Flared ab4"tonnitan
Hartwig', MI kinds of Trunks, Vances, and all Mixer
work in their - I. ' t
Carriage Trimming Military • work
done 1147ortkoa- *From their experience and punctuality,
they are itrhopes to receives share of public patronage.
Work can be had at their shop as cheap as at any °ibex
shop in - thi. enmity of the sametpuitity. May 18, '47
- • - • RR Wag ftraIEIBEL
IT now being the time to transplant Fruit
Treeii, the subscribers would say, to those
;". wishing to,purchsso 4 dun Peach trees, bud
bed will, the choicest Fruit in dm country
eau t 4 dst their Nursery in Wysoz.
('LOTUS nut be bought it FOX'S as lose as at any
V place this aide of New'Yotk. al
lie n rATtilis*
THE- GILMFENBERG COMPANY hereby. give
;pike.. that PiGE 11130.144 j far Cho;
nerne-Tomplarie; CayogerAdtrair. oa t;theny,
Yetai end•kitenben amities. N. Y., end :fit odd,
• Warren, Cta w ford.: Tiogai.Poutr, WiCaran,Sek.,tlin
ton, Center, inal "VVy owing counties, Penn. -
The General iii,entia fully prepared to appoint tub-
Aires wherever there is no branch of the Company ;
either on personal a r rpliration, or by snalk, post patid..--
Tete rapid sale of these. elebrated pills sod the exempt
-I..dintuy.curce ate/ are, axtortantly effecting, reader theta:
-bye fir, the neotelnpufar pip Of the ate. Au Agency,
ill conitividiviely ry, vainahle.*
any eve i before discovered.' "rn all bilious complaint'
is grata derangemerstriaf the system lila all.disordeve
which result from er bad *aura the-blood. thee pine
ate a sovereign remedy. " •
Inalrieelarsi of disease called chronic. the Graefenberg
Pills aibieve their bigbcst, tfoamphs.. Mere they. defy
all competition. id nerving talthireetia` bidden recesses
of the. system, they quietly ittreiy ;AA* the
root out iliarran, and give tone cud vigor to tbeiredy.
Cures arz. constantly effected by than Pins, in Faire
where every other means had completely failed, The
met abundant proof Diehl* could be given, but a - trial
of one box will convinoe the patient. They sin' be or
dered and sent by mail. at trifling expense. The price
is 25 cents a box. 'Where two dollars worth are order
ed, and the money remitted, the Company will pay the
postage on the pide,;•, Memittanoesmat the Company's
risk. Wherever there is ao. agency of the Company,
they can be ordered by o.atl. •
There Pills are taking tic place of all other; and
no sick person slroulti be winout them.
bilious complaints, bows' compirenta corisdpa.
don. dyape t ria l few: and agile, • headaches janadice,
vrrcomplaints, rheumatism, all at:'-ach complaints,
g. ern sickness, &e.. Ac., yield at om e to these Pills.
They purge way offensive humors, arrest the progress
of disea e and at the sere time recto e tone and vigor
to the•system. Is es. ee Amaral derangement of the
health, they are soar •
By their nse. the' weak will became ettoingt the pale
and bilious complexion he ree ored to a perfectly fresh
and healthy color; all the bad symptoms wilt one - by
In short, these Pills ere an inconceivable edvatuae
upon any other medicine ever be o eat 'eyed to the pub.
lie, A trial will milt& any one of th:s.'
In :Odin m to the .nbo‘e. ir be found at the n -
' The attention of those suffering from disease, are pa.
tieularly -invited to examine and decide for themsclret
The following named persons ere duly authorize.
agents io B radford Cop t ' y . fpr the isle of the abort
medicines from the trniefenberg Company :
N. N. Delta, Towanda ; Daniel Dailey & Son, Le
raysville;,ll.P. Cotton, Litchfield t_Ji V..Dapiels, Bur
lington; J. M. Etisall,,Wells; David Gartruer, Athens;
Theodore Harditit.Pmen and Canton;. A, L. Mellott,
Wells; Mil & Phony; 'Standing Stone; C. 7 1'. Murphy
Ritlgberry ; George NMhols, Rome; T. M. Pike, Ul
ster; Rogers and Fritcher, Athens; Henry. Russell,
Windham; Stacy & Tozer, Springfieldi; B. Buffing
ton, South Warren. • ttty
THE subscribers still - continue
to manufacture aud,keep on hand
at their old stand, all kisds of cane
and wood seat, ;CHAIRS ; also
SETTEES of Various kinds, and
BEDSTEADS 01 , every. descrip
tion, whiCh we sell low for
cash or Prat* or White Pine
lumber, White 4 51 , 444, Bass wood,
or Cucumber ci air plank, or 4 by
4 Scantling 13 feet long- = either BuUtinwood,Basswood
or Maple, will also be received for our work. -
Turning done to order in the neatest manner.
(nu lig.) 13 15
" 14 •7
P A. -11 257 raiL" 2L Mir
at 3 ;az r 44 allasto
tp ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Towan
da, and the public generally that he is prepared to
execute in the neatest style all descriptions of
From his long experience and the . many specimens of
11;t: productions now in use, be entertains a fluttering
hope that by close application to his profession, and
being prompt to order he may secure a suitable share of
public patronage. He may be found at all times at the
Chair Factory of Temkin. & Makinson, where be will
be on hand to attend to the calls of those who may want
his serv,ces. • PAPER-HANGING done on short no
tice. in a superior manner Una iessonable terms: -
Towanda, July 6, l 847: • Iy4
A Woolen Factory at HOme,
THE subscribers take pleasure in announcing to the
citizens of Bradfo county and vicinity, that they
have leased for a term of years the building situate in
Wya!using township, and known as Ingham's Factory.
and which they are now fitting up with machinery and
apparatus for the manufacture of broad and narrow
cloths, flannels, &c..in superior style and on the most
reasonable terms. Those wishing to have wool manu
factured upon shares will find it to their advantage tat
give them a call, as they are determined that no paini
shall be spared to give the moat perfect sittisfsc tion.—
They work Wool into Broad or narroweresscal cloths
for one half the cloth, or if preferred, they will manu
facture by the yard as follows:—Broad r! ohs for from
$1 to $1.25 ; Narrow cloth, from "14 to 50 cis. Other
articles manufactured for proportionat.. prices.
Woe, carding and cloth dressing will he done on
short notice and reasonable terms. Thev o ill be pre
pared for business on or before the first of lone nazi.
,Wyalusing, April2s, 1847. HALL & HILL.
MIRE sobirribers are a little later than usual this
spring with their extensive stock of merchandise;
but what the good people of Bradford county have lost
by our dilxy, we will now endeavor to make up to them
in the (identity, quality and price of OUT goods.•
We are now on hand with the LARGEST, BEST
AND CHEAPEST stock of goods in Towanda, iiought
exclusively for cash, end since the great reduction in
prices. Our stock consists as usual of
For further particulars look along through the paper.
We nerd not say " Caßand examine our Goods,' for
we know that every hotly WILL call at No. 3, before
purchasing elsewhere. WM. M. BAIRD &
Jane 15, 1847.
NEW DRY GOODS,
Corner or Alain mid Bridge !greets.
TEST OPENING, at the corner of Main
J street well-selected assortment of new and fish
lona ge -DB Y GOODS, which will be sold unusually
low 'routes/4 .pay.• The stock consistsin-part of
Sealant, 'llauncl o -ginsham, :alpaca, - the. cheeped Jot ,of
prints in town. edgimpkiusertings.Bwist and.cam- '
!brio Battey, canton flannel,
bleached 'and brown mtudin, (not to be
surpamed) ticking, cheek, cashmere,
tpttorOvool and buck gloves,
cotton hose, suspenders,
cotton and pongee bdkf 's.
gingham : cravats, pl44` obits' Is,
wool comforters, cotton tsPelb-Patent
threads sewing silk, cotton bails, packs •
pins, needles, spool Cotton, hooks end, eyei,
suspender, shirt and Mils) buttons, with Many oth
er articles, usually 'found in a store, not Mentioned. .
The public are incited to call end examine the stock
before ,purchasing elsewhere, as they will be sold-cheap
er than at any other establishment in town.
Towanda, Noy. iI. - . H. O'HA RA.
F. W. BROWIV,
T. T. WtERMAN
eIROCERY'S, in the country. can be supplied With
k.)r,actits,in their line, on the most reasonable
teams, at jel6 Diu. I, BRICK ROW.
mercies depots of the Company, the futlovring incom
parable medicines, viz :
The Craotenstig Sarsaparilla Compound;
" V ye. Lotion ; -
u • " Fever and Aguo Pills;-
" Children's Panacea
• Green Mountain VegetableOintrhent.
TOM_KIN6 & MACKIN&.N.
Towanda, Fob. 22, 3847.
House. Sign, Coach or carriage Painting, or
Trimming ; and every .variety of Fancy
and Ornamental Painting.
NO. 3. 1N TOWN AGAIN.
Dry Goods, Groceries. Crockery, Hard
ware, Drugs and Medicines.
• esta • ,
. LifP4W 'l7
• s , -.oaggagplowsr
' s '.l/10/INU •
VORA* chtll'af - DEAF.NE B si loilloklilldlho:4 01 -
1." charge of Matter fnim the ears. Slso all these die.
agreeable sounds, like 'the buzzing or iisects, faljimkof
water, whirring of sham, &c., dcm, which antisymp
toms of approaching &ugliest!, and also_gengrally atten
dant with , •tliormr. Many person who have been
'deaf for ten; fifteett, and even twenty years, were
obliged ,to yr ear trutip , cts,luire, after using one or two
*ides, throwneiblethear trumpets, being made perfect-,
ly well. PhysicliMa and it magma' highly recommend
The very meal number of happy results !hid tars fol
lowed thu mitkofSq4BPA'S - b_ -014
been 'truly astonishing. And whit is ; wonderfil, some
who were deaf fyllwbbiqh, hive been so much introved
as to heationimon 'conversation very readily.
; It-would' bbthe height.of presumption to war4seya
in all but in bine canes out ot ten of recent
date, there is a .certainty that the . regalia will be most
happy and satiaterY thtiit pitieta. The application
of the oil proOuteatto paid, but on the contrary an agree
able and idedsittit'serisatiop. The recipe for this Medi
cine has beft notlined from an Aurist Of great reputa
tion,who has found that detifneeMinManteetretwes , out
of twenty. was produced [roma wm4of action' in the
nerves of hearing, or a &yaps, in the cars; his object
therefore was• to find something which would create a
healthy condition in those parts. After a long series of
experiments his efforts were at last crowned with suc
cess. in the discovery of this-preparation, which has re
ceived theninne of SCARPA'S COMPOUND ACOU&
TIC OIL. A long list of certificates might be given`
but each is the confidence in the medicine, and so high
has been its reputation, that but one of them will be et
Vas? Ei raaoanlif•A Cuas!—A lady In BMith
field, Brad. Co., Ps., and now about eighty years of
age, had been maned, getting deaf for nrore,than 40
years, so that it was nett to impossible to make her hear
conversation in the loudest tone of voice. Last. winter
Rho was induced"to try Y Scarpa's Oil for Deafness." It
is only mammary to add that she used two bottles, and
Lr petfectly restored--she is cured. by information
In regard to the ease maybe Obtained at tbettore of Dr.
Jayne, No.B, South Third street', Philadelphia.
For sale by A. 8. CHAMBERLIN, Towanda. Pa.;
only tarot for litadrool county,. 28—Iy
✓1 'fiery Important Communication
TO ALL PERSONA IS ALL rcAtas,
•At till times, • .
AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES.
iF YOU ARE SICK, get cured : if well, employ
/measures to continue so. Every individual indulges
in habits, which mast, to a greater or lesser extent, dis
arrange the admirable arid intricate combinations which
form the system, and consequently
EVEtIT INDITIDC AL
11b0041 paws" 1101110 mild,yet efficacious, simple and ac
credited agent for preserving all the functions of the body
11ARS.APARILLA AND WILD cermet BITTERS
!thieve this result, and Should he in every family,
and* the bands of every person. who by business, pro.
fesaditzgeneral course of life, is predisposed to the ve
ry m little ailments th4t render life a curse, ins cad
or a blessing, and finally Msult, in their aggregated con
dition, is the cause
OF DE ATII
• The Bitters here mentioned are compounded by a
men of great skill and knowledge, from the simple Na
ture preients to douse who care to find them, and which
are.the only reliable antidotes to the poison of disease.
The chief ingredients ire the univertially.beloved Sar
saparilla and the Bark of the Wild Cherry Tiee, with
which the red man of the forest cum nearly every dis
ease of the internal organ. These materials, though
powerful in their action, are, as common sense teaches
ENTIRELY HARMLESS ;
and prepared as they are here, one of the grenfefti medi
cal operatives in the inhabitable globe. By taking
these amass, the sereftrious may be restored to beau
ty ind the sharp knife or the. surgeon ; for they
, fiot'onty eradicate pimples and tumors, but overcome
• --- ,DANCER AND KINGS EVIL !
Whipever it subjected to the horrors of Consumption,
should at once purchase this sure remedy. In the train
of Costiveness toile . * dreadfuWocal congestions, often
times insanely. very frequently mania or hypochondria,
violent headoches,pri/paalions, and other affections of
the head and rhetunalie swellings. Dr. Wood's Com
pound is one of the most efficient medicines in routing
the complaints, and their fountain head, that (SW possi
bly be procured.
From being confined in close rooms, and from taking
a small modicum of exercise, numerous persons daily
are made to deplore a lola of appefile,painfullteadachts,
toraknras of the mUseles, languor; tcant of energy
sufficient to permit them to seek recreation, &c. &--
These persons say for years, that they " don't feel very
well." If they do not employ a method by which they
can feel QUITS WELL, they eventually sink under a se
vere fit of illness, and are
RAVED FROM THE GRAVE
only by a miracle, and even then the kneel, leech, blis
ter and calomel have left them mere shattered hulk" full
of achei and corms's, and not only a peat to themselve.,
but a source of disgust and annoyance to all with whom
they come in contact. All these •
'may be avoided by an early application of the virtues of
these Dramas. For the truth of this, the proprietor
pledges his word and honor, and in evidence can show
files of undoubted certificates which be has received, un
solicited from all quaaters. He does not, however, ask
theinvalid to swallow his certificates, but his Bursas,
and is willing to stake all he bolds dear on earth in fa
vor of their worth.
in either a modified or seven. form, will disappear be.
fore the qualitie, of Pr. Wood's preparation, and the
cure may be relied on as a permanent one. Did the
Bursas possess no other recommendation, it would
be one of the finest vegetable compounds medical -sci
ence ran invent ; built is equal to the complete eradi
in every shape, and of every affection, minor or gigantic.,
of the biliary apparatus. Individuals who are constitu
tionally billions ought regularly to take this mild agreea
ble and excellent TONIC AND APIIILENT, IS it . will dd . -
fuse health throughout every fibre of the frame, and
send happiness and love of life thrilling to the heart.—
Families ought to keep it on hand.
Every medicine cheat on board of ship should also be
well stocked with this capital remedy, as SCURVY
cannot afflict those vf,tto take it, or long resist its vigor.
mar asaaults. ALL IMPVII/T/cs or Tar stool, vanish
before it, and the old relics of earlier imprudence .inva
riably disappear, loon after being submitted to its action.
Every complaint of the stomach is broken by it. Tea
Brresas have irf no instance failed of curing JAUNDICE,
ONNZRAL DEDI wry retry diaorminizoVon of
'THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.
By neglecting the little inroads made 'upon the latter
a vast portion of our fellow,beings are rendered extreme.,
ly miserable--so miserable indeed, that-they wish to die.
Every balite of "Dr, Wood's Sarsaparilla and Wild
Cherry gitters,". contains a in.slicinn of joy and content
for each of these anxious and imprudent sufferers. Re
member that an injudicious use of mercury is inevitably
productive of many evils which are put to flight by this
glorious and nnstirmtershle compound ; and that afflic
tions which are ,
may speedily and safely beshuilled olrttuough
Cy. As • medicine which must benefit
• EVERY BODY,
from the 813/PIT delicate to the eosrassn AND
PAINING Tatham,llo equal is to be found for it. It
would be well to ear in mind that preventive is infi,
likely more desirable am cure and that Dr. Wood's
Sarsaparilla and Mid Cherry bitters ARE BOTH-
Put up and sold in large.hottles, et $l, by WYATT
dc KR FOE UM. Wholesale and Retail Agents, 12/
Fulton St. N. Y., HUSTON 4. LADD, Towanda, and
by druggist generally throughout the U. 8. 5 •
THE GRAFENBERG VEGETABLE PILLti
and the Green Mountain Vegetable Oiidmint, for
sale by the subscriber, only agent for the town end be.
rough of Towanda. d 22 • N. N. BETTS.
LADIES' I SAT, LADIES ! ! If you have Made
up your minds to buy a nice dress, cloak or shawl
thi n season, &tetra to call at N 0.3, Brick Row, where
yon can find the most,best and cheapest articles in that
litre, that is kept in town, hesidesallkindsof trimmings.
Remember, call at nell • -BAIRD'S.
-44411 11 •
~,,, • .., „t 7 1;.: , --• 6- 1
, 4 11141inifikiw !
'' ikz - Wi aeol&irl i t i ft •
iii l into 11011r04140` u . s' ''',6 W 1 4 1 1
and th e iiiilMcia,44tl '' that
have on, band iz.iiiindratinii,
der ill kin& of tfiil4l/)l'Et
ImmE. of - thebititiiiao.
and workmartship . thatCaithot,
irperw.d, in additionlthe wand
iporovii - will beep hand l*
4 various and In *aPpicived,
IraltilitY cania,a l 4 slifßalho:.
Also, the hid( Preach: ,Ma-:
upholsteted, with curled hair,
nicity. and finished With the'
flatter ourselves 'dist 'having
he business, we shall ;be ab e
divosed to eall,,bod t as
sffict kettenthni leli '
the patronage of I Wirer
L.M. NYE dc? do. ,'
T 84,5. - ' I 1
PUILSITEIRJe i •
our shop much-loWew than fit
hi its Towanda. Gooda are
mad, and, that's the. reason we
All kinds of prediice will
AIsti,.LUMBER of all kinds.
811 C 1111 CA_Wir"ME - `3KIIIIT.-11
ctligrlLL he kept on hand a large assortment, and
NAP made to order oa shorter notice and finless mo.
titiyjhan can bc produced at any other establialuneut in
ilk land. Those who are under the necessity of pro.
efiring that article will and shall be satisfied. A good
Wane and pall may be had to attendance whets desired.
September 1, 1845. L. M. Wirt & 00.
A.. 13 ki)l2, - 11 * 1 411:1",,
iM. BAKER respectfully informs the public that
. he has commenced the GRAVE -81'ONE busi
es, in all its branches, at Towanda, where he will tie
eady at ali, times w attend to all coils in his line..
Monuments, Tomb4obles. Grave -atones, of
every description, 411., 4-c_.-,
made to order, and furnished as cheap as WORK and
MARBLE of the gains quality can he obtained l et any
shop in the country.
lie invites the public to call and examine ; 's work
and materials, hoping to merit their patronage by strict
attention to businessond,bi superior workmanship and
I..F e TTER-CUTTING done with neatness and des
patch, in the latest style.
shop on Matn street, next door to T. Elliutis store,
and three doors above Briggs' Hotel.
Towanda, March 17, 1847. 40y
TEN TIIO,USAND PERSONS
THAT HAVE USED DR, t: PH 'ors 'ELECTU
ARY fur the PILES. CHRONIC, DVSENTARY,
INFLAMMATORY DISEASES AND SEVERE
COSTIVENESS, have given their certificates of cures
made by its use, when another remedies have failed, and
he proprietors are now prepared to offer
ONE HUNDRED DOLLATS
to any persons afflicted . with Piles, and all diseases of a
similar nature; or which are found in conjunction with
the" Piles, if a core is not affected by the use of
DR. UPH A M'S. VEGETA BLE ELECTUA RV.
it is an'burs *NAL Remspr, not an external application,
and will cure any case ofPiles, either bleeding or blind,
internal or external, and the only thing that will. There
is no mistake about it. It is a.positivecore,apeedY and
permanent. It is also a convenient medicine to take,
and improve the general health in a remarkathe man
ner. It is very mild in its opperations, and may be ta
ken in cases of the most acute inflammation. Without
danger. All external applications are in the highestde
gree ibilagreeable, inconvenient and offensive t latal fr om
the very nature of the disease, temporary in their e ff ects.
This medicine attacks -the disease- at its •souree, and
'removing the cause, renders-the .7ura-certaln and perma
!NFL ANIMA TORY DISEASES.
Although the Electuary was originally piepared for
the cure of Piles, yet it has proved itself to be a medi
cine far superior to all others, in all diseasei of an in
flammatory character, with a determination of blood to
any particular part or organ.' In Inflammation and
Congestions of the Liver and Spleen ; Inflammation,
Soreness and Ulceration of the Stomache, Bowels. Kid
neys and Bladder : Ihflammatory - and Mercurial Rheu
matism, it it the best medicine ever discovered.
IMPURITIES 'OF THE BLOOD.
• For all Impurities of the Blood, arising : (to m thet na-
Prudent use of Mercury, or other causes ; fur all dis
eases of the skin and scrofulous affections ; in all etiAes
where the blood is powerfully determined to the head,
producing dizziness and distress, Dr. Upham's pectuary
is entirely unrivalled.
TO MARRIED LADIES.
Married ladies are almost invariably subject to that
painful and injurious disease, the Piles, with consequent
inflammation of the Stomach, Bowels, and Spina, weak
=ness of the Back, flow of tip blood to ithe head, &c.—
The Ekctuary is perfectly safe fur pregnant ladies and
the most useful Cathartic that ran possibly be used, and
it will not only. remove the Piles and all inflammatory
diseases without pain or irritation; but will ensure an
easy time, a safe delivery, and a sound constitution in
CA PT. G. W. MeT.E A N'S CERTIFICATE.
RAIIWAY, June 16, 1847.
I have been afitcted for years with the Piles, and
have tried, without anything like permanent benefit, al
most everything assuming the 'NAME: oT a remedy. I
had, as a matter of coarse lest all confidence in medi
cine. Under this feeling, I was indticeil—not without
reluctance, I confess—to use "Ur tiAM'S ESECTCAnt
and having used it for about three weeks according to
the directions laid down, I find, to my utter surprise as
Well as satisfaction, that every symptom of the disease
has left me. I think it due alike to Dr. Upham and
myself to make this statement.
G. W. NcLEAN, late of the U. S. N.
DR. UPHAM—Dsan Sea.—About five years ago I
was afflicted with what was called Chronic Dysentery,
I have suffered With it ever since, and physicians have
told me that my liver was affected, and that my bowels
were ulcerated; for blood and pus, attended with a pe
culiarly putrid smell, wdre' the frequent discharges. A
short time since I made a visite to Massachusetts, in
hopes of benefit from a change of air, but suffered more
severely than ever before. While there ' a physician of
fered to cure me for '340, in three months. Happily, in
the midst of intense pain, occasionally relieved by 'laud
anum, I saw in the wrapper of your Electuary, a,perfect
description of my complaint, together with many cern&
rates of cures. This gave me great confidence in the
medicine, and I purchased a box, and nine doses of
which has apparently cured me, and I,am prepared to
say every thing inks- favor, or render any service can
to,humanity by subscribing to its merits.
BENJAMIN PERCIYAL, 89 South. Ft.
Sold Wholesale and Retail_by W YATT dr. K FITCII.
UM, 121 Fulton St. 3Y. Y., HUSTON dz. LAUD Ta•
wander, and by drnaest generally throughout the IT. S.
Price SI, a boy. NOTICE.•—TheI genuine Electuary
thus (y,,:it A. Upham M. D.) The hand is also done
with a pen.
No. 1., Brick Rw, again in the Field '.
1 o: .t. Chamberlin,'
I'eb. - LT Ai3 just retu rn ed from the city
.T AL. Al of Nest York with s large
~,,,..ea supply of Watches, Jewelry and
I . - • ',IF/ Silver ware, comprising in part,
, 4 ,, li , C, the following articles:—Lever,
\ • 4 .../ '.. - ; Z L'Epineand,Plain Watches, with
0 46,..,,,,-- .;, 1 --A , a. complete 'assortment of Gold
Jewelry?. such as Ear Rings, Fin
ger Rip ;a, 11/east Pins, Draceletti,l.ociets, Gold chains,
'Gold Pens. Rays, etc. Also, all
.sinis of Silverware,
and any quantity of Steel Beads—all of Which he ; offers
for sale ezcsoedingly cheap tbr .CABII.
Watches repaired on short notice, and tertierrottcd
to run well, or the money will be refunded; and a, writ
teri.agreement given to that effect if required.
N. 8.-111APLE SUGAR, and Country, 'Produce
,taken in payment for work ; and lids,. learn' noir, and
forever, that the Produce must be paid - vhcnthe work
is. done--I war against credit in *ll its forma.
W.. A. CHAS( BERLIN, - Agent.
Tosirso;la, April 28, 1847.
iitsttirvc . - 1 , jaffait il
I• .. ' ' '' ' ' . e f
tft.9 1 1098.0r 41 *le Utikerilteeattintw t o
om ilid itttr i'..ll im itte Of uvii. V
11, ' gis toi let for_ ti hette tusiotb aiii EL
. efigthigratitit itid titbit ' :Mowing .Weat, leardkg f a.
*dere& tidieoftde , d itkhe-Ensigrent;
' 'eeetiott Or New Viirkj . Pe osyliteria.. .. .1
,‘Theßeetit delis • o are of the FiRBT CLA6B,
rotted end , !tarnished w i lt ait,theeeitsentrarce ender,
;commndetidiot PACK TS, commanded byiesperiene.
itd.taptaine. - and towed by reins of Horse*
, -,110 , AT HOME, 3/
: 0 .- 9 %%. 1 1 10 61_1180,N
~..,;,-; " ',TEMP E B7,', kilt .1 - TAYLOR.
..,..:,.Elaring,tlteotraireti ;of .t 13117, ,olletot the shove Boot s
- will leave Cornhig sutri. .Elinkar t , :trery week the M.
Armoring order :.\
_- ,- - •!- ~...... .t ,
_blond eitraitig, et 6-o'clA P. M.
iimusA, every Monde . eiretag, al 6de ,P. N.
Towing down Bane . Late: every Thtirsday loo m ,
tag, touching at Big, ktrnsair, - Lorli, and' Dret ; ~,,d
4 i ,
leaving Bu ff alo for' Coittiaken# Elinint,eiety Wene s .
day mottling. ..
FOR FREIGHT OR PASSAGE, apply to Captain
.ion Board, or to `.
• Wm. Mall ry, .6Orning,. '
.. • 8, It:l3lnt g & ICt, ;hnira. ' • -
Wintenlan ek.' Tattle, Horseheads
• • . ' A, Nub. largild• • ‘ ' ' -
'. : ... -L.O: T reit d„Bfg*ram::
' i - Wirodwor ai Po +, f 0 1
Price &Blially;' . .Gelitrii. -•
• . Gay &BO:ftt, Witerko; .. .
.1. Bhoetniker, Seneca Fet&..
Baker & loan, Ifrontemesna.
• H, Wright,' HorAeder. , .. • \ t
- H. Niles, Buffalo,- , ..
. - . C.ARKBESS' ,
CLOTHING STABIiISIBIENT I ,
The most extensive tithing' IVarchou,l4 in the C. s.
DKR-OPEN FOR MI T ER. '_ ,
.100 00 garmekts
XV on band and ready' ~ for dhrpretial, Meade §..Retrur.
' To patrons we would say', thia having 6, nt one price,
those who co not unlenitand 'the ens l valtittion price of
goods,.will have an'opportunity of p l urehasitit Gannet:its
as low as , .professed [judges. Jobters and dealers in
;ready made Clothing,jeair repteriiih their stocks krethe
!winter, and we patentee the largest estiblishnieht in
'Philadelphia to select l from. We mood personally to
the packing of goods, ind see that a goa l assortment of
.sizes and well-made fetes are put up:, Single. suits
forwarded as per cod r. . '
oZrOtir. goods are for sale only at the large building, 128 Market' st.. so tl east corner of Market and fourth
sta., Philadelphia., '' i
Philadelphia, 8' fambe/ 29, 1847. . ~ 3m16
New Tatiqrtn,,fr Establish) ent,
td ...vo. 2. Brick Rim% over the store of E. T. For,
; third story.
E:9 o `ailt a'Y It Zil la t ti -- ' '
RSPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Tori'aii
da. and the public generally, that he' has removed
his Tailor shop to No. 2, Brick Row, over the store of
RI T. rdir, third sbiry, where he solicits those ire want
of Tailoring, to gi e him a call.
1 Having been ern( loyed in the mbst fashionable ;stab ,-
lishments in Phila elphia and elsewhete, and beidg de
termined to spare no pains ta please, clinetnerc may
depend upon havi'g their work done promptly and in
a good style as e n bit'had at any shop in towns All
work warranted wlf made and to tit. .
CI" Cutting done cheap, and warranted.
Vi- Country PrOduce taken in payment for work.
Towanda, Nuudst 30, 1877.
BOOT & 00E MANUF,kCTOBY,
iTa I P
Jon.k w. NitILCOX, having purchased the init.
rest of his 14e partner, respectfully informs thepub.
lie that he mays ill be found at the Oki stand, near T:
P., Woodruff's t vern, where he stiltsolicits a share of
public patrohag lie intends, by a careful selection
of stock, and by latterition' to the interc s ts of big costa
mers to make aneat and durable work as coif he ma
nufactured in th s part of the country.
He will keep natant', mi..hand, and triantifactnre
to order, 'Motor , Calf and 'raarst Pootg.aod Shoes ;
Ladies' Gaiter„ Shoes and Slips ; Children . * do. ,
Gent's Gaiters and Pumps, ire.
a:7. Country Produce, of most descriptions, taken in
payment for vacirk, at the market price.
Towanda, August 30, 1847. •
EaLi - PcsvzOLazu i-L2Q,0z.,-7:,-.1157-.:0
Time Medical Faculty in Arms!
Dr. Carter'.4 Infallible liemrdy for iiuNGEn.
Tune of Waken., and size, of doses «airily
at the option of the patient!
,rru E above medicine can be found ritall times at the
11 new estab lishment .of CARTER & SMALLEY,
together with kn entire new and fresh steCk of GRO
CERIES, c tnprising every thing in their line, such
as Tea, Cofer. , :Sugar, Tobacco, Pepper, Spice. Choco
late, Cocoa, Iron, Figs, Raisins, &c., and an erlks
vanety of oth r articles ° too numerous to mention ;"
ell of which ill be sold as low-as the. same can be
bought wes4qf the Empire city. We also offer the
most splendid ( assortment of French. EngliA and Ger
man TOYS, lever before-offered in Northern Pennsyl
vania, togetho with is. full assortment of Nuts, Corder.
tionaries„ Iranjtee Notions, Fancy glassware, &c., which
must and will suitits to quality and price.
Oct. 12..11347. RTER. & tilt ALLEY.
GH. de R. DA VlB, T.-1 if.:ORS: (late fro?, the
• City etf Lorylort, ' have opened it 40p, in the
second story !of the new Brick block, erected by Bonin,
Kingsbcry, oh Main street, where they arc prepared to
execute all oiders in their line with accuracy ss 4 despatch:
From the* long and rigorous instructiou ititho' art.
and their exlensiva experience as Forempi-in the best
shopr in Lotidon, they fed perfectly competent of being
able to ideal the most fastidious taate;end to execute
their work in such, substantial and finish 4 sty., as to
give satiAfri7trion to their customers.
• to order, and warranted •to fit If,
Arn't ye I gUissw ;
times the goes . 'llas beekrasked ,
are all the B oos?MI Shoet, roa
the continurst the: - eoreer
trects 1 O'Hara srorers that this
are th e thing,i,,se:c . ileit with !
Serenty-eleren nefe fojitoni ,
errry ttro , ittrtniirx z
Pul dtt IWAh azn
ye , —sr ye. and narlerstandrthat 011 ans, et
the corner,Of Main and Bridge streets, will,sell at retail
this seascimi 39,181 pairs of Boots, Shoes and 6 rentals;
at a less pi than ever was or probably ever will beef'
fered again in Towanda. •
The •La ies' Department in this establishment l'
richly furnished with fashions. Ladies, misses ad
children's fancy and common boots and.lthoes, even te '•
the extremity of the latest fashions. Mistake /301,1 be
place —Corner of Main and Bridge streets, the rolY
Shoe Store iin Bradford County.- Half.cash and lug
trade fur Batter. H- O'HAft-t.
Tovrandp, June 16, 1847.
767)281 of the Bradfor4 'Reporter.
Two I) 1
lars4ll,ll fifty cents per an UM ; Fine teem
de-ductedi paid within the year ; a for CASH sew
r ally in arlv nce, ONE. Dot.i.in will deducted.
Subscribers at liberty to discontinue at any lie* , b y
paying arrearages. Most kinds of Corxr or PRblit t I
received in paythent, IlUthe market mice.
AdvertiSernents, not exceeding a square of tech*
lines, inseetedfor fifty cents; every subsequent insertion,
twenty-ft; cents. A discount made to yearly advetribem
JOB P rail Zra, of every .description, neatly end es'
peditiously executed on new and fashionable type: • .
Letters kin business pertaining to the race nat. - lea'
rce of postage, to enstue attention.