Bradford reporter. (Towanda, Pa.) 1844-1884, January 05, 1848, Image 4
II CM , 7,z [:-- :,~l9rltpltt~ ', The Pheossettr.-1111b Poittlrir, liespente 416111ftie. SSW nut • - The *tied of printing *Rd its irdhirce, 'is ape , Nhicl} only ine#iases gibe . more we conternehtteit. •Titiviumen mind, with itsmighty powerssofexpan . Mon, lad itt its restless desirefcr improvementrm gale% just ituch. Machine as the printing prOs to • glen it Ml' play; it puts. within its grasp-a POwer just suited both to means and end. h is the philo soptheds stone to the mitatt:- -- naultiplies the thoughts of roan into infinite numbers, and scatters them over 'millions of the race at the same time. 1. 4 'ketch es rip every important discovery, anV gathers to 'gether the mighty, , thoughts and great conceptions of - the master spirits of the earth, and with one et fOrt Matters them far and vide, to instruct and en lidrten the .world • The boner at his fireside, the mechanic in hip shop, and the student in his study, may, through the agency of the press, collect together, in a small compass, all the valuable information and discorin - les appertaining to their respective callings, and by proper application make them available to the every day businesi of life ; but to no one class does the press promise so much good as to the agriculturist —to none Lail arneans'so easily effective for. ad vantage, and by none should it be cherished so • hviitily and warmly. The mechanic may have his journals and periodical devoted exclusively to Ills interest, but-after all _there is an ihtricacy in the -details of his trade, a vast amount of mieutint, which _cannot be, red raced to paper, or explained only by practice, sad much is lost by the attempt, and half the effect is destroyed by reading_ what is so dafi-. cult tacommtinicate with tool and material before him. But a great deal of-the operations of the far _ mer is so plain and simile that h may be spread an N,paper and made intelligible by words and figures; rffid the farmer may study to-day and practice to- morrow, and reduce to immediate teat and advan tage knowledge thus communicated—and particu .o? lar is the case when be has been educated'. a far mer and trained to habits of thought and action, mi• table to a tiller of the soil, I do not wish to be understood as advancing the idea that my body can make a fanner in a day, a week, or a year. • 1 verily believe that men should - be educated and trained .from their youth up for far mers, and when thus fitted and prepared they are in a position to receive the full advantage of the press; then. it is that, knowledge comes to them in all its force, and they are fully prepared to adopt, use, and profit byat. less trouble than any other clam. I repeat, th'e farmer, above every body else should prize the press—for who, like him, can en joy his newspaper, his magazine, and his books? —who has so much leisure to peruse, read, and study. them f- , 7 who so free from mental strife and ilerplexing cares IL.tmd who, then, can so fully en joylntelleettud pursuits, and so easily store the mind with useful information ?—who so cheaply partake the pleasures and gather in enjoy the fruits of knowledge?-Just - look at the position of the far mer in this particular. He has nh profession with its office, to hanass the mind with its perplexing questions relating to property or to life; nor (as is the case with most of offices.) to dissipate the . mind with idle rUzitors. He has no store with its goods and wares, its day-books and ledgers, to ffis , tract his attention and trouble him day and by night. He has no shop in which to toil, and labor, and sweat, day and night, 'withers reereatioe or rest. The farmer's retreat and place of rest when the labors of the day are past, is his own home, by his fireside andin his family circle... And what place on earth sosacred,‘lial owed, and so like heaven, as the farmer's peaceful, quiet home 1 Pride has snot entered there to despoil it of Its simplicity and purity! fashion has not sung her syren song within its bowers, to lure its inmates into habith of eat-lava gance, and ao deform them with its outside gear.— Nor ins vice and - dissipation crept in, satan like, to &tract the hatmony anti break up the,peace of the happy family.' At least in thousands of farmer's homes, none of these things have' yet entered ;.and is not such a place sweet and boll}. Whatabeatiti ful place is such a family circle—what a- divvied . spot, where kindred hearts gatheearomtd the same' fireside, and mingle together und er the same roof earnmon sympathies and mutual affections. This • world has no brighter or better pictures. And it is within this holy plac4his own good home, that 1 • would fiver the farmer ent& when the -day's•work fe done, ater all the bars are put up and the ham doors secured—and after the beast of the. field have been cared for—and them, surronhded by biii-iirofk, his household gods, whom to love is, no sacrilege and to , reverence - no. idolatry—abere, with his little tines about him, I would have him take his news paper, his periodical, and his book, and amuse himself by retiffmg and conversation, and by study and reflection. There in his saixtom sonctorum, the . bunter e mny stnirethe highest social and intellec , tnal pleasure; and there' fit and prepare:hirciself for the good firmer, the useful and Virtuous citizen 4 and the holiest upright man. Thereare doubtless seasons of the year wheithe - merecannot ehjoyall the ad vantages above indicated • —.when, the hurry of the harvest is preasilag and when the fatigues of the long summer &ay have ex hausted the - s ystem —but - this is _comparatively hit a • siunt season; at -last ninetwelfthsof the yearthefar , mer has - abundant opportunity — for mental culture, for leading; study and reflection, and...turfy, if he will, lay.dp day by day a little useful infirmation and be - continually filling 'up his mind withinspos. WU isms and , valuable knoirledge, so to use and improve as oeossion in *her life requires. hare fanner'then, ignerani=4t, hi point of in tell*** and influence, he' stands - secocul - --is not 1 tharfault Ids oinl—is it not teenier he has neg k.ctUct to imprave the means and' take - who:pow of threiscumstaneeti within his' reach for acquiring lEnowlhOlps, an-well, that which is general ss that relatinginotailvely to his own business I If the famtv oils imptortra dire' potion' of their leisate honniby sooty-and nifieetiou, instemr , of 'Dashiki, thalt.,alliavray, in idle cooveitaficin, ind'vrith the - procionstime wil l '4ll their ot,mrkcr affords them toe. improvement "acetiktied.ia cultivatien of the intelleti, as in ; the enjoyment* social ' pfcasimms,lii worth' not be hingbefore they Wadi stand forth the' this • in poirh of intelligence, an/ be thus prepared to ex exci!, 111 0 4 : ' 1 1 7iPer - hall:one" 44 !I:4omm their true Pill% in society. I have no-ides that every fanner ever cart or will beromb sit - tempe r author, or sehrilii; bai Ile think that all' may baund are gap negieet• if they' ilo'not-llietionuf well infirtned nu* 'Oa hartlS lldlY Ttarirti4 pre?"red 40 orklig/MlP.iuooeertltty e very,Pata#L . 111 .4 eh gen?l,v,tapciiiicifiel - liiii.fiee coon= , • ' " • . 4 •0••••••••: " ' - • "•• - - try. - The mean are within the.teach of Escilities are afthelati . . to - be used; and t ask thtiartaera-,WParassylvaitis if the* 11111 not tesiiiuMits&esind stri4 aftei and Moral etevation—seek tudintandselar its. pm. pee*lmainatee theirtiobleWling: - o power is Y 4 ;olr lati4—ytio;*dolt if' fon will. ',life ranee is now:being otalety year aatlita3 number of well informed ferment; but let the ma• meat= of advance be increased. and then ,the consummation so devoutly wished for :Will be sooner effected, : the 'rescue of agricultunt from a secondary position in society, and its elevation to its titre position above and at the head of all' other calliggs in point , of intellectual, `moral,' and political standing and iafluence, as yell as in numbers and weal t. _ fiasve-4ncap,-41 is pnababli that the ;potato crop will be affected with TO fee many years, and if so, wheat and other gr ai n most probably con thine to bear a good price. Wheat will bear land tendert the greater distance,-because of its -cam tnanding the better price. Corn and other grain land carriage only a short distance, be came of their commanding an inferior price. Indian conAreing the more certain crop, I ma j or opinion that persons having land* adapted to -its growth and cievenient to shipping, should now plant it largely f& expottation. ' land' well adaptei to the - wraith of wheatshauld *f mune, be capped wit'* this. at any reasonalie distance from water carriage. There tiresome see- Lions of dark stßavial. lands on James River which are not adapted to wheat, but inn not adapted to rye and therefore, should be sowed in this crop, if the owner will take the precsnticat to keep the rye at a respectful distance from the wheat, particularly af ter harvest. What the rye crops requirel for its perfection, is saltpetre, and all lands containing vegetable mould have this Wt. I repeat that it is my opinion gridn is to sea well for many years to come, and, therefore, hope that more grain and less tobacco, will be made. Itseems to me that any person whoatrould now make tobac co, where his lands are adapted to gmin, - must make his estimates Upon random principles. To. baco must sell for a very low price for several yews to come although but little tattall be made. But mydnain object in taking up my pen wan to say something on the subject of sheep, and in the enamel will say in broad terms, that I believe the grazing and rearing of sheep on mountainous lands is not the hest prospect for piefitable investment 1 can bring my mind to bear on. Remember I speak of mountainous lands and I will give reasons for its preference. 1. The • env °sphere, vegetables, and Water are most healthy on motuaning, for all manner of quad. 2. i ti. ru s bat especially far sheep, and their specie.. 'store will here place a coat of wool on the body the sheep adapted to the climate he is in --for the older the climate the more wool is re quired to comfort.- • 3. The land costs but a trifle. 4. Every year the sheep are on such land the pasturage is improviat 5. The shepherd-can, whilst following the flock, carry an , axe and be continually improving the range by cutting and trimming trees. 6, So long as those are pastured, no timber can ever grow when once cot down or, belted, for the sheep will eat every sprout as they appear. 7. The highest mountain in Virginia is the Cold Mountain in the con,. of Amherst, and on this there is now to be seen the best sod of greensward and white clover in Virginia, and perhaps equal to any in the world. • it. MI the above being facts, sheep mast here * and on such lands, grow toa large size, fatten kind ly, and yield a heavy coat of wook I am glad to learn that a pageant of Lynchburg intends, nest spring, to pat Kflock of one thousand, oti the Blue Ridge, W and as I intend to put about as many on the Cold Mountain, at the same -time, I challenge him, in honorable rivalry, tre face up like a man, and name hislerms. My shepherd, toO,- is, a man of parts and chivalrous to a nicety, and as the two shepherds will be in full view of each other (only about three miles apart) he. wiit be watchful and see that no-man shall beat him in in dustry and neat management, And for all this a coat of many colors.sball be his extra. Some seven or eight years past 1 grazed a Bock of about fora. hundred Tor two years in succession on and above the Cold Mountain, and when they returned home, in the fall they were as fin as } could desire. It its my intention to make a few acres of m ow near the top of the mountain, the hay fro which, in addition *the gracing in and. out of meadow will keep my flock till Chnlttnas, as w ss . in early spring. The,flock will be wintered my residence. 1 will close with another eulogy en the' m tants of Anfierst. Where thelands are either m h elevated or rich, I:either-broom or sedge is to be seen ; neither is there a brier, or USW, of heedle,• or indeed any other pest to be toned.—southern Pluto. Z. D. Tine. Lastutini is Wrenn or Ins -Hutz--Itian. does notdeat with' hill as,G4 deals with him. He causes the sum to shine, and his showers to desoinfilrila equal' profiaioa upon all But in adjusting the frewards of - fiber;:lws adept Such equitable role. We pry hugely for labor of the head and little for the tabor of the _bolds. We etodi;ete the scale of the prieei; , not amindiat , to the utility or the actual seanitysifthelatror;;but to the demand and supply: Heme l that elan thou kind, ,lit sirs, -the to* numerous&toy ate the merat.leid peopliciiiociev,' We cannot con trol the laws of nature. • Yet this we may do—pep' as liberally is we can afraid for labormimuii lidior-Ldisr Lbw el the peon. - - Sam. to Fsaruso.-.41ki1l adds Intro frith* peoftir of fanning than had work. .. %the arfleitr: Ofixtter, for kistance, the .116216 outley , itiseepiliodiloensady .thsAsrune to make a hundreds pOundsofpnortruttet as WOnt bu required , toliake that wldeb - isgemil. • •Bui.tOtatake4wcr articjecare marketed there may iieleuer airdottate-efrsteat eatra-profitirstie plicketbf * the ulcilfnl ria:ryostur.-,-F The importance of ecimitiitrming those who have such be is noted 'above in nearly evaiy depatnnent of tneir labor: .• RIM Lultioduninvotubeig seked,what .bevaatio to Amities for, said; . 'wilt 'it 'obit lOU mane! Ali* tirt*,l l 4"*".rs4lo `tpay be eure that 4 *meet ioitiastilor-Eheoi!latity Dio Ito ever sidi • a Me again to fix her diess pila . lo-gOitiettisancuts. - :,-OtEALNO* egAirtENtEC TUX VIRALISXOX. - 11 IUIVX OfiatiffirTely patisistlifoni Voir pint ...fetned anitapt b mesa deer Ihnsietty. le *Aiken 'which *air Prohnional akin-Aniii. !,' - Ingiee than' , And we wotillinswthniejine obserntios; under lie tiesiukveseese ores • ' taunt, went it set Sons thin probable /tat 'ebb - • isseareeniiwit e dient - tbs ham • ' sisminatien into vonts of the IBUlthadelt • son of the thuguarean ax. . - - - We *Mild an aunt seek an bawd& public:li'. thereby win for itself golden opinions: but we • • that namable chiming* by which mere pretence pi Lo inition poor seakimo worth. tomalte this van Jog-ambition avorlesp itself or 'withdraw its *unities clainn, hitt we paw treepem on ha fancied arturity. • • • the glove for is honorable test of slull. 0 • gags is 8600 thin *einem* of sr given utuaber of d guerrsotypes irseeeted•st the Deperresa Faherrof N. P. blbtONS, 179 Cbaitilli street, will exhibit • amount of perfection in the-Art than any similar err erne number from any nther finny in ihaVniiad eta • This is no idle boast—we asean"whet ere asp *Ns a desirous, that the . Poblie should give their lattansge • 1 1 merit, not pretences •& • I lWe ask hivestiption.fres, impartial investiga don. We have throw* the Wm. Who will pick • op M. P. 81111 INS, fig Mesta' street, * oppoffilif the Stets Besse, Philadelple• N. B. h will be °admit - nod ,by our country fries& that the above &sheep his mover yet, been accepted ' and we also wish it melerattiod, that we did not in • • to make by this wager, as we have slundy expressed • • intention to appropriate the prim to some charitable par poem. am29n 31. P. SIMONS. idlers t Gerakon's Dugerrertyps hew, No. 199 Chesnut d., tout east corner of Eight* it., rattAnastnra. PORTRAITB from the smallest breast in to the lax gest sire, singly or in groups. The Proprietors are warranted ill saying, that their work has gibied a repu tation second to now in the world. Extreme from the I'rest—" Life-like in the expres sion, chastely correct in the shadinit."—Ledarr. " Tit. art has anima at pest perfoetion. and none undemand or paetics it better than McClem & Geo. mon."—Baltimore Admire* I netting' as exceed their essahile , de licaty."—U. a Gazette. Extract from the report of the Judges. at the lest hi/ of the Franklin Imitate Daguerreotypes-4n this depariment there are some my excellent specimens in the exhibition, and the Jodie, think they teas a prover sive improvement in this branch of the art. They have not recommended an award in Wm of any of the cont. voltam tint are disposed to rank u first in order, the collettion df McCLEES &GENMON, as containing the &Tat number of superior ipeelhefte • gen 29 • AFFLICTED READ - I PRILADELparA MEDICAL' HOUSE.—Estab. limbed Id yam ago, by DR. HINKELIN. The Adak meta, and bast hand to can all lonni of • ••* dimness, dissesesof the skin and solitary habits of youth, is DR. KINKELIN. N. W. corner of Third and Union its., between Spruce and Puss, 14 squares from the Ex/ change, Philadelphia. • TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.' Youth, who have injured themselves by a certain frise tics frequently indulged-in—a habit frequently learned from evil companions or at school—the effects of 'shish are nightly felt, even when asleep, and destroy both mind and body, should apply immediately. Weakness and constitional debility immediately cured, and' full vigor restored. All letters post paid. YOUNG MEN If you value your life or your health, remember, the delay of a month, nay, even a week, may prove your /W -in, both of body and mind. Hence let no fobs modesty deter you from asking known your ,case to one who, from education and respectability, can slonotrefrientlyon. Hs who places himself under DR. KINKELIN'S treat ment, may religiously confide in his honor se a gentle- man, and in whose bosom will be forever .odted the se cret of tba patient. Too many think they will hug the secret to theic own hearts, and cure themselves. AIM! bow often is this a fatal delusion, and bow many a promising young man. who might have been an ornament to society, hae faded from the earth. COUNTRY INVALIDS, findiag it inconvenient to make personal application. can, by stating their cue explicitly, together with all their symptoms, (per letter, post-paid, ) have Arrtorarded to them a chest containing Dr. K's appropria ted accordingly. Packages of Medicines forwarded to any part of the U. S. at a moment's notice. (y 29 caPorre emu verve's, addressed to DR. KINKE- Philadelphil, will be promptly wended tn. See advertisement in the Spint of • the Tinsel. Phila. C. HARKNESS' CLOTHING. ESTABLISHMENT, The most extensive Clothisig ,Warekouse isi the 11)11D-OPEN FOR INFNTRR. 100,000 garments AL. oft hand and ready for disposal, Wholesale h• To patiters we would as;, that having but one price,. those atm Ro not understand the real valuation price of goods, Win-hams art opportunity of potholing Garments as low as prolapsed judges. Jobbers and dealers in ready tomato Clothing. can replenish their• stocks for the winter, and we guarantee the lave esemblislkotent ilr Philadelphia to melees Mare We agree Woodall, to We packing of goods. atm:lees that a good emortiment of aims and well-made articles sea pot op, Single snits forwarded as per order. (IC' Our goods are fol safe coal at the Attie huildiag, 12tt Matter it. sonalhost cornet of Market abd Foupth sts., Philadelphia. C. AKNE S2 Philadelphia, September tO, 1847; - 3516 PAIN -HILLER. u 4 t Death to Pain retie to the 'sick ; healttr to the A &thy it Jima", for the whole human race, ANDREW'S PAIN RILLEk. qmierisimmurelyvegembNcompiandomppood .L .of twenty-eve diffcnint ingrairemsomd is an inter nal end external timely. Pit up in bottles, *Eying itt price from.2s to 75 cents, earls. For forther.pastuns lets, ewe pamphlets, to be had of everreitent gratis, eon. hieing a brief history of the cuisininddisecreeri of the Psi* IQitler, cendilraleirof came. dinsitions, rte.' Csarrox.--Each bottle has the wiitten signature of the proprietor, J. Areniers, oaths label, and without, it none are genuine. Beware of hawkers and pedlars welling from holies' so house, iepOsenting. it to be the getinlhe'Pain Biller. . Bold only by the Bayliss iceingir appointed spars in this county AJLChambedin, Towinde. 10. P. Ballard, Troy, ' Geargb A. troths, itthrtss 1.4. E. Runyon,. do.. 5 - 5,j. Worforkilloatodolt C.B. Rathbone ? Catetinke noldisfell the principal wars in the United States, . . canadi sid--Taxiia. wbalias 4,01. in the eitp . of New, Yeti and '3d. iffy: WaydoeL Cori* & Co., titrirestrie.i" Wjatt & Ketthoto, tll Onion oddness:Et* the proprietor, or O. WAlettitylei, ptot paid, wignatiet.,with prompt attention. • 14Y VINIVIBILIMBIBM Alen WM= Liate tae tibritimint Akar: numpsda, P which tier &ski/yeti" fin oak ViLli of Narek.lait, IMMlLlielittfeepiT igniikim the ilk We oftbe al: Pita soldate, klaYbeeepied by Wiframo"Brigis_ at SI etbdtirtiebtikt%*l4 wad wen* ber prolirsk bbo sid eueesers usatbspoblielfteW bow) IF bit goad ordevaisa his- facilities onsmoiliitioe *Airs ynavbisailiv. sorb ..well swab* to:eye *jai pitiefactExu roijanft CWabet 20 .. , L'; VOX THE LADIES —a loge uselimaifet wfjite goods, such ee trialk kraik,bini4.*l.loll44 I nsualinsjacooettr, swim litany* , ate. ;, alio milk isaissolis Art*, 6**,l aistraittrifOirigkitaikip, ikOlitgib, Ind Latta* whalebone .pensi twist; in abaft s reit eleiety of 6E4 pekeisveiviesariplioe• eleyle hesittei the , :59117 • -SAVINGS:IIAM.! '''..f,. 7 '''l o lllTM-, , ,,,, t Irlolollllintie thin tOlai.F i ll*: ZieitA : 0 10'01116406 * 041 0/4;,* ilMairlifliffekk4'. e alikerii" thug W. - 1 - - - .liiimins - ibii:**lesa‘PtianitiaAiisitly:_ aur sktbrie NananinViysiz. , •-, . t• .„ , . ~ • , :t ';‘ _. . T. W. BROWN, 1110114-41147.,,,, Tel: Ii . FIERM4S. , FM EMI • 4'";••'!f!. • 0 0 0 4 14 Me al t S ; ishualbeft- skill evaoao Amor iicassgseten464 km** Iliad atlitto44o4l:4, all kis oliof moo mio.seak-CHAIRB; got SSTTEI3II at 'swims Ithtdo,, - sail• - _BEDSTEADS of ow/ floactip. ga; ' Goo, ioltkb wo salt-law Sot sooli4t Prodioo, or-Wlito Foie lumber, Mgt* woad, BIN 0 , amanita , el sit platilr;* 4 br 4 &soffits 13 Spit long—eitherßottonwood,Sommood or Maple, will 'also be nweired for our wort. ' • Ta r nintagowt• odor* lootoot moutest. TOKKIBTB MACKII O IB4;Y. ' Towebasprob. - • • ' -SOP 31C2IMUT .11(1111 Ka. • Itown 64 alma, _ t _ • ESPZCTIPULLY tektite the Omens of T IM* ds, end the public generally 'Olathe is prepena to emote in the seated style ell deeeriptioos of House. Si,e,COads or Carrive.Painting. or Trinint'i and every variety of Amy . wW:Oriamental Painting. • From bis long experiences said the many specimens of bis conductions now la ow, be entertains , a eattering hope duet , by does application to his -prObieloa, and bong prompt to ordeals may secure a suitable share Of public pattnamge. Ifs may be footed at se times at the . Chair Factory at Touskies Makinson whets be wiii 'be an band to attend to the calla of than; who may went his esesires. PAPER...BANGING dons on abort no de.. in a superior manner and reasonable tarns. Towanda. July 6. t 847. 114 A Woolen Factory at Home. HE subscribers take ;demurs in announciarto tee T citizens of Bradford county and vicinity, that they have lamed for a term of years the building situate in Wyaing township, and 'known a Initials's Factory. end which they are now fitting up with ramble' ery and apparatus for the manothriture of broad and narrow cloths, &nada, &e., in superior style and on the most reasonable terms. Those wishing to have wool mann. factored upon shares will End it to their advantage to give them • WI, at they are determined that pepsins shoal be spared to give the most perfect ordain tion.-- They emit Wool into Broad or nano* dressed cloths for one half the cloth, or if preferred, they will mann., facture by the yard afollows ~...Brood cloths for from $1 to $1.25: Narrow cloth, from 44 to 50 its. Other articles manufactured for proportionate prices. Wool carding and cloth dressing will be done on shin notiarand reasonable terms. Thee will be pre. pared for business on or before the Stat of Jame neat. Wyrduang, April 25, 1547. HA LL & HILL. New Tailoring Establishment, In No. 2, Brick Reno, air the store of E. T. Fox, tleird story. R o tit Vb at alt EIftECTFUI4LY informs the citizens of Towan da. and the public generally. that be has removed Itie Tailor shop to No. 2, Brick Row, over the store of B. T. Fui, third gory, Where be solicits those want of Tailoring, to give him a call. Having been employed in the most fashionable estab lishments in Philadelphia and elsewhere, and being de termined to spare no pains to please, customers may depend upon having their work done pmmptly and in s rod sty Ie es can be had at any shop in town. AU luta Wirmated well made and to Bt. 3 Cutting &m cheap, and warranted. Country Produce taken in payment for work. Towanda, August 30, 1847. BOOT & BHOE MANUFACTORY, 64.4041 Joni W. WILCOX barb*, pnrchased the into rest of hislate partner, respectfully intorno their lie that be tray slip be found m the old staid, near T. •P, Woodruff's tavern, when he Olt solicits a sh' ,of public patronage. Be intends, by a careful selection of stock, and by attention to the interests of his canto. mere to make as neat and durable 'work as can be tini nufirctured in this part of the country. He will keep constant' y on band, and manufactnre io order, Amax, Calf and Coarse Boots and Shoes Ladies' Gaiters, Shoes and Slips j Children's Canes Gliders and Pumps, ht. 03' Country Produce, of most descriptions, taken in payment for work, at the market prim Towanda. August 30. 1647. N. 1.; Brick Raw, again in the Field pr. wt. alanissberis, - .... IT All just returned from thii city .11C -LJ. of New York with a large 4 C ' .1 '47 il k supply otWatehea. Jewelry and 1 " Silver ware, InstoPriablf in Pm' - ~t he following articles :—Lever, L'Epine and Plain Watches, whit 3 L ° `: a ceosphte . assortmene of Gold • JeWeby;stich as Ear Rings. Fin ger Rings, Breast Pins, Bracelets, Lockets, Gold chains, Gold Pena. Keys, etc. Also, all,sorts of biliterivare, and any quantity of Steel Beads—all of which he offers for silk aratitadingty cheap kw CASK. Watches repaired on short nolk ta, and utarranied to ion well,or the money will le - refunded. and.• Writ ten agreement gi,en to that effect if require& N. 8.--MAPLE SUGAR, and : Onunlr7 Produce taken in payment for work; and aim leant now, and trreeer,fhl file /'codas moat be paid when timer/ sa dove- 1 -1 war wiled credit in all itopotre. W. A. CHAMBERLIN, Agent. tevrandir, ApAl SS, ISM . la \ lll ;11 Eatalri P lEirto Watt imoilff to ifild •Carter`einfallible , Rentedy for litninntie. Time . of taknig and sae of dons ealbtly at the option of the patiaitt- MSS 'boos medicine am be Mood at all times at tie .L tsar sitabrtdoinut, of CARTES 4,13142.LLEY. twber with en entire iglf indllitsli 'mita of *RO. MUM: enaiprisingeeir3i thing is their hue. such se Tea. Caw. finger. Tobacco. Peppery, Spits, Chaco late. Cocoa. gum, Film Ilaleitte. am. and all Wien variety of abet articles •• too aomnoocto mention alt of which - 01. be sold .as. kr as dti nor can bP touch wolitaftho Egbpir, Qua Wei's* Afar the moat splandidWinatmeat iifffeneC ' e a G er . moo TOYS, o'er *Gin oltwed,lit% stook tbgethee,with a full amonown tuba. Confer *twines, Yankie Nations, ram slesaware, Its,, which most and will suit alto quality sod Oet. 12. 1847. OASTS* & SMALLEY. The = l -..lliiritess Bishiess Train etiatiened - by EINANAH MINIM' CULP live. T. loam Orli- the Tam Mani Said & CO., of the eiti Mend North see onto Piablia where mill be kept etrommitly.es heal* Bat MM.'. oust filaikee !Wan, .P end Comma of V an !* o4 :; l 4 l44l k M OO watt isia*- Ty ring wing dosel to NOW:. APretritheir eigierkeet aetpaaetaaiity, they:mein hopes ti moire • sham di pebbit' pmegeme, Week 'derail had et their shop is chap nest any ether IbbPleilbe =mete ethic. woe WPM!. ) 1 .4 IV* TAZOItIN_LESTABLISIBIENr! (1,11. 11- Di_ i lVl ll ;•Zittoo;rkstifrois N.. - City of Lentiftittarie. ?imbed : . asp, the stead dory of 414 vikeilltielt-goti, ever* by &noel Kiesetsv. bo Maiispatieet: where theft* pimping till cisme 111 miens firtheirlitteiridteicettnly &,11.4.1#1.1 Fitee teen' ligroin!! Otereisilerjrtmaisa— dill e~eigetelif#l l olkeee reeimee.* the 1384 panty Oasts piiaef the meet tiotaa‘e tali" add to itkeeitto disk wink le oak SAW!! siple, Oa Vierietidictiegi le4bireatemags..= if-, . • 4 Ountagilleims.ti-eeiler, ad enriammil :wk.* properly; made Alp. 7 4G. H, v vs, Towanda, Oct. 12, 1 D1V143. ma t 0 a I BE 4, 4 L.OR . _amp 44 Wm: 10u.- WNW.asinde,, Rho ~lb. boa* of iamb. Wig of wanmoihissimg iff'sigsm c fic.ollo.. whisk lin wow Soon of approgitheig.diellies. asil abo gimerally; mks dant with thee. gnaws.; Many pawns she have bee deaf kr len. bllei in. and even twenty yowl, and ewe.' obliged to Wil see uusileth km Ay using oat of two botsbni, thrown akida-thar tnaipeti. being made mint ly well. Physkiane and Burgeons highly rboamlesead ha imit; - - -... t ; .1 - , - - .. .. :1 . -,, ~- '-_•,..' . -..-grbe my-a* ingather of 118;10 results thilt. bums fol lowed the use MISCARPA'S -ACOUSTIC OIL. lave -been truly amentehing.. And whet at welideefidoome bath, whom, deaf from Mr* ba toss ad mteh iinifited as to bear cernaton am • ' very readily. • . , " h.would be tbs Wight. of' pre sumption to Cattatit a cure in all caner, but in • out of ten of recent date, la it teatainty th the results will be most happy and eithicknory to A ' patient. The application of the oil ;induces no pain,hilt on the contraty an agree • a t ble and pluming senestion.: The recipe for this mai cane hero been hatained. from an Amid of great mute tion, who has found that diniffnees, in nineteen awe out of twenty. was produced from a want of action in the nerves of hearing, or a dip:gess in the ears; his object therefore was to find something which would create a healthy condition in those parts. Afters long series of expergatente his efforts were at last crowned with sue cent, in the discovety of this peroration, which has re ceived thename of SCA RPAIS COMPOUND ACOUS TIC OIL. A long list of certificates might be- given bet such Is the confidence in the medicine, and ea high 1 has been its reputation, that but one of theta will be at present published: MOOT EITILLOILIPIIIMIT Coax l—A lady in: Smith field, Brad. s.. and now about eighty. years of age, had been Co.., radusily getting deaf for more than 40 years, se that him neat to impossible to make her bear conversation in the loudest tone of voice. Last winter she was induced to try .• liganpa's Oil for Deafness." It is only necessary to add that she used two bottles, and is pitfall:By restored -. be is cured. Any jollification in regard to the ems may be obtained at the mania Dr. Jayne, No.ff South Third street, Philadelphia. For sale by A. 8. CHAMBERLIN, Towanda, P. only agent for Bradford county. . t6—ly Farr Imperials. COmmisinsiaillos, TO ALL reasons rir ALL At all times, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES. p 4 YO U ARE. SICK, pi cured :if well, employ nes to continue so. Every individual *dikes in habits, which milk to a greater or lesser anent, die. mange the admirable and intricate cometnations which form thiqseent, and arnaegnendr snits 11111111111DCAS should. poems soma saild,gra afficacious. shag& and ac credited neat for proserviag all the fatictioas of the body good or*. Mt. WOWS SADDAPARILLA ♦ND WILD CAIIIII3 armies win achieve this result, and shark, be in every family, and in the hands of every person. who by bissiness, pro• fruition or general course of lik, is predisposal to the ve ry many hide ailments that render life a mine, instead fir a blessing; and finally result, in then aggregated con dition, is the mule The Bitters here mentioned are compounded by a man of stem skill and knowledge, from the simple Na ture presents to those who care to Bad them, end which are the only reliable antidotes to the poison of disease. The chief ingredients are the unieersally-beloved Sm• aapartlla and the Bark of the Wild Cherry Tree. with which the red man of the forest cures newly erety dis ease of the internal organ. These Mettesialit, [hood' powerful in their action, are, as common genie teaches us. and prepared as they are here, one of the greatest medi cal operatives in the inhabitable globe. By taking three airrsas, the scrofulous may be motored to beau ty, and avoid the sharp Imam or the surgeon ; for they not only eradicate pimples and tumor., but overcoats CANCER AND KING'S EVIL ! Whoever kisubjeeted to the horrors of Ootsumptiou, should at once purehase tide sure mmedy. In the train of Costiveness folioti dreadful bm/ mutations, often times insanity. very frequently mama or Aipotliondria, violent Imadaeket,p4itolimm e and other affections of the AeK ami rkeumeasure2ngs. Dr. Wood's pound it cogia•of the most efficient medicines in routing the cciinplehits, and their fountain heed, that can'possi bly he prodatid. • From being contated in dose rooms, and from taking a small modkinoi of exercise, numerous persons daily are made to diploma ion of appelile,poinfalheadaches, weakness of the nisdee, gatenriar, want of energy sufficient to permit them to see - kaeation..&c. Thal persons saj for years. that they "don't feel mil well P If they do not employs method by which they can find Letts waits., they eventually .aicilf under a di vers i fit of Ulnae, and are SAVED FROM THE GRAVE • only, by a miracle, end even then the lanai. kt.ck blis ter e nd calomel have left them EOM shattired hulks, full of aches and corrowt, ; yi d not only 'patio themselves„ but coerce of disgust annoyance to with - Whom theft come in contact. .Atl these FEAEFUL CONSEQUENCES " may be avoided by an early 'application of the virtims of there BMrana. For.the truth of this. the proprietor pledges his word and honor, and in evidence can show filet of undoubted certificates which he has received, am. solicited from all grunters. Ha dam not, however. mit thaiintatid to swallow his certificate,. but Ws Urresai, ands willing to stake af.he holds dear on earth in fa- I'm of ditir worth THE DYSPEPSIA, in either a randifietfor _severe form, will disappear hi. fore the goalie. of Dr. Wood's_ preparation, and the dolt . tot*_ be relied' on Wei pirmanenl one.. - Thd the I:birettas poise se no other mcovoinentfinion, it would be; one of tbe fittest vegetable compounds medical mi. sees din invent ; but it is equal to dm tloniplete midi& cation of ./- LIYER COMA/U*l 4 g, inn etety shape, and °revery affection, infitor • orgiintite, of the biliary t agmanittm, individuals who are constitu &wally billions ought mgkilkrly to bake this mild agreea bin and sxcellentroste *alt n artairx,r, as it will dif fire.healfiiithro. ughOilt sty . fibre of the (rime. and quakippitiess and lon- ifs thrilling to the heart.— Asinine. eigla to keep : onland. in•trkry InWitine Out on boinl Of ship should also be it mocked with _thie 'Capital remedy, as SCURvit nOt aMict those vrho like it, ‘Or, long resist its rig; Illi • isaaelta. km: ephliriletas es Tali iLOOD MI foru.k r atul the old Klieg of earlier iittprudlindi in.*, . MO disappear, soon after beim/submittal to its action, t verYeomplaintof the etoinich te'brokert by it. Tom ~ voramehava in tit failed - of miring am:mem, infielLALL aitatt.rri nag disiinvoniratiow of ' , • THE HERMES-SYSTEM. By neglecting thefidsintosdi road* tip* the latter rat poetioo a our hikw beiNP ar. teadeed extreme. y maiseenble—so missraide indeed: that they - wish India. "sty bottle of •:Firl: Wood's , and Wild Otani Bitten; aintalarslitta&nin of jossod comsat tar oath of anxious and imprudent satfimun ' Re • Moodier that an injudicious ass of insmityis inevitably limilactile amen, tviis At** are patio flight by, this gloriosa and unsarpsaabitteompound ; and dist &Mc then tildcli ars - - • . HEREDITA RY ihs7 saki? beibulliad elft Itionit its ape. ey.. , As nmedieloi *Mich- Inuit beim& , • :EVERY BODY. • • . Rom *Amine *natio' to, cowman awn am rataino,uvaani no equal la .to im found -for it. It would be.weit to bear in mind that preventive is inn. Miele morellealrablethat:eure.unit that Dr. ;Wools SeriaPvir4'ad' Wild Cherri Bitters ARE ROTH. Pat no and mid in largirlitMliM4lolt. b 7 WYATT eirgronum.l. , wiloctlbtellK Arida; - 1 2 r Folios MINITON-41AD1):Towainkl. and dibitlibe SionallE7, RUMishotit the 13.-8; • T Mae! I Skit, LA-DIES t !, It.joo live mirk ./Li op yet* who& tat bay Loh* them. dasher shawl seammt dottribol to aft 13 NO. 3, Iliciritoor. Wier. • • air triii tharaeatbbit attercheaptatartielesia that Hoe. that it kakis is taiiatoilthintla oe l tainting& liorattilagtri AV rod 1- lam lett:lora tti agozo,4: giag7 , or. Oen a, -8 , ;". ale* mei ebilimmest. emir fluid sho t Undo' gag *him dAsest reify Toirirtyichaqi las vier; bjr St d E: T. FOX OF DEATH. ENTIRELY HARMLESS MM! • MerNiCIPOr • ^ L. K. NYS & CO., modd lo . sway"' .befeendieeitilene of Toy. 71/4"—• =herwaY, tr , $7l, • "'Y ` 57 "" ' lln dituro .1 cadet , 10 1 1 Ude et rABIBET - YMMVITURB. liko beet not e . •4eleolidw k iettmesei f ti" isipsupoialadditionto Means! ameatmeier. in'eriontiy.alteparvi walk*" cia hood oo d make to order ,801 0 A81, of mime sad moat puffin; Sofa Reeking Chain, irPhastard in superior Ott allifoe trek dad altarability emelt in "typ hoi d aseo iikeet odes.- mei, the half Nadi Mir barmy Chat. beautifullYlltdaletemA with curled hair, which bane lover ita alamieity, and fnahad tritit tba beet be* oratint..., Wwt Same -emeelme that harlot bad moth napalm* iw tho Imeisiom,. ere Aid be able to lake all who may fed dieposed to all, both i s to quality and price. load by maim Leticia* t o ! m i me hope to merit and mei,e the patronage do liberal now manity. • ' - L. NYE tit .00. Toetanda, geptasher,l, 1847. UM =I dim die. . can:Anne awit.orrrtas MAY BMHAD rat Gni *bop ninch -lower than it has ever been sold a Towanda. Goode we cheap, and Whist am lowered, Oaf that -ice the mace we can afford all for t 0.40 it. AU kinds- of pmdoe• will be received in Papuan'. ' Also, LUMBER of atl Mau; Rept. 1. • L. K. NYE 4 CO. 41C412.111Lr 4 .11EMIVISMITS • SILL be kept on bead a lame aawanneak ind NA" Wide to order an shorter nodes and for kee neythan can be produced at any etherawtabliahment io the laUd. Those who ere under the necessity of pro- curing that snide will and OW be eatiefted. A good bearaCand pall may be bad in attendance *ben desired. Beptendser 1. 184 t ., L. IL PrYE & co. reAcir coax, lia Towaseda: 11. BAILER infonas the Wolk that 1.1. he has oinsireenesd die 131tAITEATONE boa. hese, in all its bratiettesi at Tooessida, where -be iriU be ready at anima to attend loon es& m big Ihee. Monuments, Tomb-tablei, drave•stones, of every description, arc., iitsdb to order, and famished as cheap as WORK and MARBLE of the mane gualtly can be obtained at any shop it the country. He invitee tins public - to cell and examine hie work and materials, hoping to merit their patronage by strict attention to business, and by wipe* workmanship and good marble. , LETTER-CUTTING done with neatness i♦nd der pateb i in the latest style. . . . • Bbop on Mato wreck neit door to T. Elliott'. stare, and three doors•above Briggs' Hotel. Towanda. March 11. 1847. • 4 i ,TEN THOUSANDPERSONS TWAT HAVE USED DR. UPHAM'S ELECTU. ART for the PILES, CHRONIC,DYSENTARY, INFLAMMATORY DISEASES AND SEVERE COSTIVENESS, have given their certificates deems made by,its use, when all other remedies have failed, sod he proprietors are now prepared to offer ONE HUNDRED MEATS to any persons afflicted with Piles, and all diseases of it similar nature, or which are. ound,iti. econimscelati with the Piles, if a cure is not *timid by the use of DR. UPHA M'S VEGETABLE ELECTUARY. it is an Is - at. Rxxzwit, not a'n eternal application, and will cure say case of Piles, tithe bleeding or blind, internal or efterant, Yid' the only thing that will. Them is no mistake about it. It is a positive curs, speedy sal permanent. It is also a convenient medicine to take, and improve the general health in a remarkable man ndr. 1k is very mild in he Oppenitions, and may be ta ken in eases of the most acute inflammation, without &mph All external applications are in the highest de gree disagreeable, inconvenient andotfeiwits; sod from the very natureof the disease, temporary in their effects. This medicine attacks the disease at its source, and removing the atm; Tenders the care certain and perms, vent. •11 INFLAMMATORY DISEASES. Although thio Electuary was originally prepared for the cure of Piles, yet it bas provigi itself to be* medi cine far superior to all others, in all diseases of a in Bammatory character, with a determination of bin dto arty particular part or organ. In Infiammition end Congestions of the Liv4r and Spleen ; Inflamosnao, Soreness and Ulceration of the Stomachs. Bowels. neys and Btadder : Inflammatory and Mercurial Rhea matism, it is the best medicine ever dismayed.. IM DURITIES OF THE BLOOD. For all Impurities of-the Blood. arising Rom thei to prudent use of Mercury, or other causes ; for all di, eases of the 4in and scrofulous affections ; in all row Where the blopd is powerfully determined to the he'd, producing Oiliness and distress,Dr. Uplism's newly is entirely unrivalled, - . . ITO MARRIED LADIES. Married• ' lles are almost invariably abject billet painful and i jurious disease; the Piles, with carequent inflimmatima of the Btoresach; Bowels, and Spine, weak. tress of the Reek, flow of the blood to the hisd, lc.— The Vertu' is perfectly safe for pregnant ladies sok the most u ul Cathartic that can possibly be tieed,wd it Will not o ly remove the Piles and all inflamnotaly - diseases wit out *lf . of' irritation'," lint will enrol:all easy nine , s safe deliver,' sod a sound constitution in the, offsprin . I f CAPT. .W. McLEAN'S CERTIFICATE. Ranlirar, June 16, 1647. I have barn 'Meted foi Tears with the - Piles, kJ have tried,Without anything like permanent benefit, al most everything assuming the wales of s remedy. I had, as a .Matter of course lost elf Couldernee in midi. tine. Under this feeling, I was induced—not without reluctanee, 1 confess—to use "Urea re's Esservara." and havingused it for about three weeks according to the &radio • laid down, I find, to ' my otter surprise te, til l well as sa ' faction, that every symptom of the disease his 'left I think it due alike to Dr. Upham ste myself to Make this sta t ement. O. W. NcLEAN, late of the.U. B.N. P . ILADELHPIA CERTIFICATE. tiii R. U HAM—Due Si a.—About five yews sgo I vias afflict ' with what was called Chronic Dywarry. I have au red with it ever since, and physicians ba ts me th ' my liver was effected, and Mat my hoe& were uker ted, for Mood and pus, attended with $ Ps' culiarly pertrid smell, were the frequent discharges A short timelainee I roma rt visite ro Atisseettneetts °o hopes : ofrtlit. fr om a change of air, but v aried Sore severely ti eieg beftire: While there a s physiosnek feted to quern* for $4O, in three Months: flotrill. i e the midst lot intense pain, oecesionally relieved by lue mum. Iwlin the *ripper of your Electusey,s PO, crates of desetiptio orn ti i, nplaint, together with many ante tea. Thistave me great con fi dence ill d° medicine. a nd I. purchased a box, and nine deo" which h .apparaVly cured me, and Ism prePie d W ay ever, Atria Ni et favor, or render -any swirl lola to hum ity by matteMibing to its merits. al l . , Reepeetfully Yours. . BENJAMIN PERCrfAL, 89 - South Sixtei‘,. Bolddoissala" and Retailby WYATT& KETOK' UM,l2Follow Pt It., HUSTON & LADD Et wands, aby cleanest generally throughout.' Price $1 e - box. "NOTICE.—The genuine '1 - • A. Uptiiin The bend- thus (i with a /10.7:arache, Thibet, M . DeLilac. YlT ool4 4glarga, a hurl asst at MERCUIIi OTC CA" V—Meteti Boy's, ant/ Cbiltfree' plash. cloth abli car, and for trimmed 01 camp • az NI treater} variety ever seen ill' jag r ivtal Uhl for lllkle very low by Oct° r 19:' 1847: • • 6.D. rionvrt ~i nnottsara •wirtair . wpzixtstt.ii , I WANDS,' BRADFORD COOTT , P ` : 11 " F. *Mears Goodrial:. . - _. TICIUBII.--TWO DOLLARS AND MTV CF.% annum! For Crab paid at the time of. eubserasng ~,," '.l..ARlitilt be,dedsketad klfLid switiun the )insist! w."-r ,nrry ..?413 artH be tue& . ... - . These terms be 14 ,adhered ta: liabuhrWeekahh .at Deny to diseoutisse it :time". a phystiethif arrearages. .11:7" itet7Otaananna, pet 'exceeding A Ig nore di . Id. tlireg,,tirseitarßl ; each .14;4014111C111 '40(001 . ....,.._ paid trY Produce and Wded, received In PO° hasix Months - Both the demo( sahseribinf , , ..—lrr rithitioltoori emery description. neatly sts e ...n.t..___ . **rimed, het neer tad thsthonahle tYhet.- I , N ot , "Ill"' Reporter !Mice. i$ in .o'o hteam 'We ,dc Cornell et . 3,ltvn and Bridge sts, nitranCs o o thr nor th rl ft - VD . P P.7013VA,.