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is growing irtint,ereifend importaitee
iromiyeavto"year,:especiallylitiAtrK - sectiona
etti'deffaillt* . bettet-adaPted - ititle
Much has beeel„,,dMilivaiiljr-t,lty
oar agricultural societies and individulditip improve
tifilf-ffrig;:tititt remains ) 7 0._10 ‘ *tIone.1 It
to a itirifY,• . aw.wrilb as tliWrinfertitst; erteiy - f;iinti
otagrc like* to do all he can to elevate thwstan-.
illatd - ofttris ithportaiit branch of farming,. I cheer-.
fully grant that thir efforts of the past have to same
extelit been crowned with success. But have' li d
these tm[irovenicit's been too much Cmitined M a •
certain class of our scientific farmers, whose Sank
and pecuniary circumstances will vnisistently adniit
of alarge expenditure for such improvements. This
appears from the tact ; that Me greater amount of- .
premiums on stock awarde.l by agricultural scicie
lies; Are to w Colonel A., Major C., the Hon. C., gsq.;
or Judge D., or some other personage of high mirk
and affitienteircnmstanees : while titer great mass
of farmers are living on from year to ) ear with bar
little or no - improvement of their stock. Truly, such
things ought not so to be. This is confining the ,
benefits,of improvements within too narrotw li
.nuits. Something more should be done to awaken
the interest and attention of the agricultural cork-
enmity to this important subject, that all may in a
few years have the pricile , 4e and satisfactibe of
looking around (2t , their choicest specimens of Im
proved stock. , •
Ong cause of this evil ma s t.; bo, that ti.cre a
want of interest among ma , y in this particular.—
Thia: may be remedied bye wider circultitiOn of
such valuable agricultural publications as the Cul
tivator, which cannot fail to cleat e a laudable: am
bition, and to stimulate to activity every farmer
. who reads them. But the most prominent cause
is, that many of mu fainters, who may be more or
less in debt. for their farms think They cannot afford
tri make such,investtnetes as are necessary to: par
chase those . improved bards of cattle so highly
and justly recommended.
But how shall •this be remedied, is a question
more easily asked than 'answered. lu forking, over
the May No. of the Culti, atm', I noticed, in the corn
- munication of ft. Holbrook. that the •• Massachu•
setts Socierty for prt.tm , ' ,- i.ig agriculture," has hit
upon a plan i‘ ltl, I tl,iak N.: : :Juld to a great meas
ure renioi.c tine
Of a tru.lithis Set iety has set ui ao r!airliplP
worthy of all If tic r uirtt
thi° S'3',Y. 13 %%CI: as Cris several county
would expend a portion of their fim•is in pinihas
ing the best breed., to ho distrikved for irrprliving
of stock, subject to such relulations as %could belie
tit our formers ge.lerally, we should see that a now
impulsewoul,l Le given to the agrieillthral inter
ests of this State.
I am aware that this subject is aft important one,
and having with much diffidence submitted the
remarks for the consideration of the numerous
readers of the Cultivator, I leave it boi - ungto nee it
enlarged upou - ,,e , net qualified to do it
Ereter, Otsego. .1/dy 23',1448.
- ADVANTAGE or WATER IN BARN YERDE.—Byread-:
ing the able commurrications that have from time
to time appeared in the Cultivator, I had forted
favorable opinion of the advantage of having run:
ning water in my cattle and pheep yards. Although
I had a supply of water within ten or fifteen rods
of my barn, I determined to fetch a spring that was
situated nearly halta mile vIT, end I will now
any, that after a trial of several months, It has',more
than realised my hi_nhest expectations. I atn sat
isfied that I shall save at least one cart load of man-r
.ure from every ox is cow that I feed in my yaui
more than I did when they had to go to the river
to brink. Then they would seldom gebut once in
a day,aud Mstormy or bad weather, not so often ;.
consequently, whew:they did go they would drink
it%) niuzh as to render them uncomfortable far sev
. 'Now they will drink on an aver t ai, , ,e %Axil:it five
times a day. I nun sa-isfied that they will keep in
betterecindition on less feed than formerly. I think
that in the item of manure, it will pay the expense,
-to say nothing of the comfort of not being ohliged
to go ten or fittee i n rods in cold and stormy woath. ,
er to water horses: and in oft, , n difficult ,wl;eli
the around is Ailyery, to get cattle to go a few rodi
to get their ivan , r. There are very army sitin4
, tions k where, with a tritling-exoense, peksons' could
have water in their yards at all times; and i d'in
eatistied, that if they once knew the advantage of
this, and of having running water at their dvrellhig
houses also, they would not do without it again
for twice ifs cost. A small stream of good Soft wa
ter fill answer fora large family, and will save
many a step and many a hard pull to draw h from
OLD FASDIONED following re
monstrance ngainst mechanical improvement
bitstholight in which the first introdustion of the fan
ning mill Was viewed by some persons, at the time
when sifting it in a current of wind wail the only
known ia-ay of expnrgating the chaff.
'°Your Ladyship and the steward has been plel
ed to propose that Fon Cuddie should work in the
barn a new tangled machine for dighting thr
tOrti - fruiritilie chaff thus impiously thwarting thO
will of Dyvine Providence by raising wind for yotir
ladyship's own particular use, by human art."
Taw AND GALLI,: ACM—When a piece of iron ►s
driven into a suck of green oak, abluecolored stain
-is frequently seen on the wood. This is caused
by a nniein of the gallic arid of the oak with pat•
• tides Of non. It is in fact, genuine ink, end onty
needs to be combined wilt& a little gnu arable fo
gira it u body, to be used in writing.
Pite.crstoN.—f a Kentucky, a " barrel" of corn 0
five bushele of the shelled grain. In Netv 03404
it is a flour barrel full Of ears. A barrel of floitr
is seven liparters of a hundred weight, or 166
A barrel of tar is n gallon . A barrel of goript:At•-
totvaiki oril.y .tnall holding 25 Ib2
IirTIE. is SO; t by the barrel., where the
bize,! cabk that is called a batiet. will pPS6
LanEnt IX'TIIE rI. , tITED STATES —lt has been offi
eiallystated that there are 3,719,000 persons en
ipiged in agricultural pursuits in the tinite4.,States:
in. niantifactures, 75 t ,800 ; in 'commerce, 1i9 j 600
in leaned prolessicins, 65230; in ocean 'aiaviin.
50,000, and iu internal nivagation no lessthatt'
'Owing to the great mires,' and terntien.re sale of Dr.
Townaentre 'damp:lrina a number or men who were
f aloofly otterAgenta,hare commented making Satriper
illa Extracts/Milan, Bitten., tstineteLorYelloie-Doek,
&e. They-generally Inuit aria iheeamtfihdpea ten
43es,onui annierifittem have stolen'itnit eii . iiiet'etti .
~:Irertiormintm...they sr* only *orals's imitati ons ;-------
tansite egg trade - of Ciueirmati amounts to. -111 " I d .7
41 ' -11
Prineinel , Ofßee, 126.Fultim tlittertiairtilihildietll
rieliWtge milliQn dozenaunPallY• are'. 'Y. :.-LKINGBBBRW,III:4 Toteitbd
.. a, Pe., only agent_ '
rest consumeti. , ; for BradfiteeitiriifY. •' " 7 ;`- 1 1
4 a - ' 'l44ibt.
.3:.tiT :F . s~c:~
111 world ! This Extract is put up in Quell Bottles:
n is sir times cheaper. pleasanter, and warrantrdsupe.
rior to sny sohl. It cures without vomiting. purging.
sickening or debilitating the patient.
The great beauty and superiority of this tiarsaparilla
over all uther-tnediciues is, that w hile it eradicates tho
ilia/lase. it invisnriatestho body, It is one of the very best
SPIUNG,6-NU SUMMER MEDKINE9
Swot known it not only purifiee therwhotegystem, rind
strstiiittienspe person; but it creates new pure and
rich blood ; e power possessed by no other medical.
And in this lies the grand secret of its wroiderful *M.
mesa It him performed within tlta last five pears, mote
than 100,0 00 cures of severe cases of disease ; at' least
15.000 were considered incurable. It has
lives of more than 5,000 children during the two- past
10,000 earl of Gcneral Debility and want of Energy
Dr. Townsend's' Sarsaparilla invigorates the wlule
system permaneotty, To those who have lost their
muscular energy hy the effects of 'medicine or iodl.cre•
Lion Committed in youth, or the excesiiiver indulgence of
lho peavions, Old brought on a general physicidpioatre-
Lion of the nervous systain, lassitude, want of ambition,
fainting sensations, piemaiure decay and decline, haste.
ing towards that foal disease. Consumption, can Is! en•
I net) , restored by This nleasaht remelly. This Sarsapar
illa is far superior to any Invigorating, Cordial, as it
renews and invigorates the system. gives activity to the
limbs, end strength to the muscular - system, in a most
Cleanse and Strengtheit.' : Consumption can he cur:
ed. Bronchitis, Consun.ption, Liver Complaint, Cold*,
Catarrh, Coughs, Asthma, Spitting of Blood Soreness
in the Chen, Hectic Flush, Night Sweats, Difficult
or Profu-e Expectoration, Fain iu the aide, 'ate, have
beau aid cau hr cured,
Bpi citric, BLOOD.
New York, April 29. 1947.
Da. Tovelr Elf to
. :•••I verily believe your Sarsaparilla
has been the means through Providence. of saving my
life. I tr;tt,e (or several years had a lied Cough. It
became worse an : worse. At last I.:raised large quanti
ties of blond had night sweats, nod was grestlyalebilita
nd end reduced, aid did not expect to live. I have
July useillotir carrnparillae •Lort time, and there bass
noinierful change been wreur. to to me. lam raw able
to tt : t ilt all iitet the r y. I raise no blood, and lily
c•nr,tli ha, left. me. 'You call well imagine that I am
thabkful for stare rtor:w.
uLr• ;nit( ..e.rvaTit.
W US$ G 5 Catherine-et
Tidaii only ono of f•rur thousand cases of
Rh, ulna:ism that Dr. Townsesid'a ear.aparille ha. cur
ed. The must sever. and !Hold,: caries are %vie/I.ly er
adicated lty its extraordinary sir. uea.
Jaines Uuinmtngs, Egg, one ul the assistants in the
Lunatic- Asy war, Blackwell's IsLind, is Uwe gentlemen
spoken of tn dhe following letter: "
/ Blackwell's Island, ,sep. 14. 1847.
Dr. Townsend—Dear liatieulYsed terribly
for nine years with the Rheumatism; considerable of the
time I could nut eat sleep or walk. I had the utmost
distressing plums, aril uty ;limbs were terribly swollen.
I have used four bottles of your Sarsaparilla, and they
have done me more than one thousand dollars worth of
good. law sorbed' better—indeed, lam entirely re.
lieved. Yuq ate at liberty to use this for the benefit of
the alltictetL . .Yours. respectfully,
CANKER IN.THE MOUTH.
Below is, an account of another child saved. Dr.
Townsendls Sarsaparilla has saved the -lives of thou
sands of children. the following two fertiticattra are
seleted from a pea number received this week.
Dr. Townsend: Dear Su—Ono of wy children was
very sick wit Canker in the Mouth and Thrust -at
tended wit grea debility. It cum! near ! dying. I oh.
tali:ea:some of your eleolient medterne,ano it cured it j
directly, for which I assure you I 'eel leery t !awful.
ELIZ ‘7ll.7i t t f , u ;; ll7 7 ' Desbrosses-rt.
BET Lot r ir t_ s ;
FITS ! FITS! FITS!
Dr. l'ownsend, nut having tested his Sarsaparilla in
cases of Fits, of course neN,or recommended it. and was
surprised to'reueive the 1011-owing from aa intelligent:and
respectable Farrnrr In Westchaoter County:
i‘orutiam, August 13t 1847.
Dr Townsend—Dear Sir : I have a little girl seven
yeas di age, who has teen several years ailltet‘d with
Fits ; we tried almost everything fur her, but without.
surcems ; at last althouo we could find no recommenda
tion in 'ur Circular for eases like hems we thought, as she"
was in very delicate health, we would give her IWITIO Ori
your Sersararrlla, arid ere very glad we did, far let not„
may res'ored her strength, but. she has had no return of;
the Firs, to our great pleasure cud 'surprise. She is fa-tjr
beconliug rugged atal hearty. fr.r which we feel grateful,!
Yours, (CFI 41. tfully , JOHN BD I'LER, Jr,
FEMALE VI I.:DICINE.
Townser.J•a Sarsaparilla is a soven'tgn aid spec-
dy Cure for Incipieut Consumption, Barrenness, Prolap
aus Uteri„or Fabin4.of the Womb, Costiveness,
Leucorrhaea. or W bites, obstructed or rhtricult Slesistru
ation. ',continence of Urine, or involuntary dirk barge
thereokand for the.general prostration of the system—
no metier whether the result of inherent cause, produc
ed lry,irregularity, illness or accident. N,pthing can be
more surprising than its invigorating .Beets on the hu
man frame. Persons all wealtricss and lassitude, from
raking it, at ofte become robust and full of energy un
der its influence. It immediately -itiintracts • the nerve
lessness of the female home. which is the great cause of
Barrenness. It will toot be expected of us, in cases of so
_delicate a nature, to exhibit certificates of cure. perform
ed but we can alainre the afflict . e . d, that hundrerls'of cases
have been reported to us. Thousands of cases where
families have been without children, after using a few
j bottles of this invaluable inedicine„ have been blessed
with fine, healthy otriprieg.
TO MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES.
Phi. Extract of.Sarsaperil'a has been expressly pre
pared in reference to female complaints. ND female .
i ho has reason to suppose she is apprmiching that cut
' ical Period, '• The turn of life .7 should neglect to tate
it, as it is a certain preventive fir any of the numerous
and horrible diseases to which females are subject at this
time of life. This.period maybe delayed for .several
years by using this medicine.l Nur is it bats valuable
• for those who are epproaching•Womaribood, writ is cal
culated to assist nature, by quick-citing the-blood and
invigorating the system. Inde4d, this medicine is in
valuable for all thisdelicate &inures to which women
It braces the whole system. renews permanehtly the
natural energies, by removing the impurities of the Iply.
not so far stonulating.ee to produced subsequent relax•
ati ~,,, which is the case of moat medicinal taken fur fe
male weakness and disease. fly using i few bottles of
this medicine, many severe and painful surgical opera
' tions may ha. prevented. .
OPINION OF PII VSLCI A'NS.
Dr. Towysend is simoat daily receiving orders from
..rhvicians in different pens of tho Union.
ibis is. to certify, that we thu undersigned, Phy siching
of the city of Albany, have in numerous cases prescrib
ed Dr. Towncimd'a Sarsaparilla, slid beikve it to bearer
of Uhl most rakishly preparliiona in the market.
H. P. PcLixtr, M. D.
J.. WI tens; M.
R. B. listaos, M. D.:
. , P. E. EL:ciao/mar, 11. D.•
New lock,. April, 1, 1847
trileligiltetVeVizin i/aika,l4lBl -- 11raltir..
-1 er has been begun, thatough of Ccinrin:
111 it a ariorrds4 death. -i;fr
1 ., - ,AmpoijkAllothirr7 Tnuir:4oo9 ebi14,1011r.14 1
'1 1 )14 01 $ 4 7; 90 8 . 1 9whiiP1000 1)8 41 1 1 11 0bliii*,
.1 1 9-.314m.iPr091,-.... 40 110 14 1 10414 . 1 4 4 ' 5 -
Vll - Anielve :l 4 6 9 9 4 04 4 0 9 111 ..
MW; Mme-` MU'
1 11 11 1 1.,:t . :F.-7; ,- 1.:ti: - • • ~`.•.41f. . 1 14'4
Town' 9111111/10915 111 1 4 about 1 0 1111Wiliffir-4 5 0 12 1
skeds illeart47o4ini blight over the kir .proapnetst Of
the futurititreheelic 7 oololllMdl44le
yotir Nes of hive. bet yonlieei tekideripittielit is
a lialrgiehieb Win heel the 4- liniunifid lunge, It,ia -
SHBRaiiN'S ALLHEALIINO- BALSAM.
Mrs; Aitit4iithe wifercif Wm.llß - Attree, Esq.
en up by Dr, Sewell ofyiftabinguni„,Dr ; Roe Sad 14-
Boa" inil Molt !of' 'Sew
Ydrk.. H t (riati'dsthought rho mtistkite: Slie
had every atiralice ortitifig in consumption,. and was
au pronounced Cy liet'phytticiatut—bitermads, /Salaam
I was given *4 it, cured. her, .
Mrs. Garrifrantz, of Bulbs Betsy was Om' amid. of
consumption by this Balsam When all ot*r renierlies
filled to give relk.f--sheviseniiiiiceil to a skeletal. aDr.
A . G Castle, Dentist; 281 , Broadway, his Witnessed
its strectii . in several ca-,a where uia other tuedisineeffne
dedrellef—hut the Batestp operated like. charna.'' Dr.
, also whneseed-its wonderful effects in curing Asti)-
. ma, which it never fails. of Alining. repining 'Blood.
alarming as it may be, is effectually cured by this Bab
am. It healialie ruptured or wounded blood v s,
and makes-the lungs sound again.
- Rev. Henry Jones, 108 Eighth avenue, was cu. of
cough and catarrhal affections of 50 years standing. e
first do.s gave him more relief than all the other To L
eine hp had ever taken, -Dr. L. J.
_Beals. 19- Dela y
street, caulk to a sister4o4aW who was labaiug u er
consumption. and to another sorely acted with be
asthma. In both eases its effects.were immediate, soon
restoring them to comfortable health. -
Mrs. Lucretia Wells, 95 Christie et., stffered from
Asthma 42 years. Sherman's Balsam relieved her at
once. arid she is comparatively well, being enabled to
subdue every attack by a timer use of this medicine.
fide indeed is the timely remedy for Coughs, Colds,
Spitting blond, Liver complaints and all affections of the
throat, and even Asthma and Consumption.
- Price 25 cents and $1 a bottle. Sold in Towanda,
by CHAMBERLIN & PORTER, No. 1, Brick row.
Let lls Work* Praise it!
rr OUSEICS UNIVERSAL OINTMENT: A corm
pleat: remedy for Burns. `amid*, Cuts, Swellings,
Bruises Sprains, Salt Rheum, Piles, Fever Sores, Sore
Lips. Chapped Hands, Chilltltins, Scald Held, and sl
kinds of Inflamed sores.
Person; in all conditions of life, are st times liable to
be afflicted with the'sliove complaints. It is therefore
the duty of brads of families to provide and keep on
hand, ready for any emergency, • REMEDY that is
callable of removing the suffering attendant on those
very troublesome companions. Those who have used
TOUSErS UNIVERSAL OINTMENT,
need not heh.it it is a complete remedy, a master
of pain. and the moat spwefly remover of iffiLimmatinn
ever discovered. .11 - ,o experience ul such persons td suf
ficient in prompt them to kt up it ulways on hand, know-
ing that mn, , y valuable live, have been s.fv,d, by this
„f azical Conquerm• of ifillYmed and oilier IPUICP, burns,
scalds, Sec. It imiuntly ....pa all pain of the seYereat
kind, and prefenta scars. N. family 5h ,, u1.1 be without
it, as an immediate dpplicatien of it in cares of burns or
scalds, would do more gond while waiting for thedoctly
than he could do when „nrrivCd, besides preventing long
hour* of the utmost au-tiering which might pass before a
physician could hembtained.
it possessed control over the severest injuries by fire,
over mortification. over inflammation, and by its com•
hined virtues it acts as unfiseidic, nerrine, anti-spew
modic, anodyrii,enollieni and healing, and is the most
complete external remedy in use.
Thousands have tried, and thousands praise it. It is
working its-way into public favor with a rapidity no.
known in. the history of medicines. All who was it,
erns/send it. Again we itey. no family should be with
oot. it. The agents Tarnish the publielgatis, with beaks
dits6ribing: this ointment.
(Ii Bac - tr. box of the gamine Terser's Ureveltses.
Otaretrer has the Agnate!. of lEL Tousey written on
the outside label - Never purchase a box
unless this signature can be seen. Price 25 cents per
box or five boxes for $l. Preparedby ,Et.uorr & Tor
sir, Syractwa. N. Y. 841 in New York at tO6 Nit.
sin meet, and in Towanda, by CHAMBERLIN &
PORTER, Ne. 1, Thick Row 6y
Clicknees Vegetable Purgative pills,
ARE the first and only medicine ever discovered that
will positively cure Headache, Giddiness. Piles,
D)spepsia, Scut vy. Smallpox, Jaundice, Pains in the
Back. Inward. Weakness. Palpitation of the Heart, Ri
ving in the Throat. Dropsy. Asthma, Fevers of all kinds
Female Ccmplaints , Moseley, Salt Rheem, Heart Burn,
Worm's. Cholera, Mothers, Couglisi, Quinsy. Whooping
cough, Consumption, Fits. Liver Complaint, grysiprlas,
Deafness, Itchings of the skin, Colds, Nervous Com
plaints, and a variety of other Disease arising from ins.,
purities of Indigestion.
It has been proved that nearly vrary &sea" b....which'
the human frame is subject, originates from mpuritiesß
of the Blood or Derangements of the Digestive Organr;
and to secure Health, we must Remove those obstructions
or restore the blood to its natural state. This fact is
universally known; but people have sorb an aversion
to medicine, that, unless the case is argent, they prefer
the disease to the cure, until an impaired Constitution
ore fit of sickness rebukes them for the folly of their con
dad. Still they had some mimic. for hereinfure, med
icine in almost all its forms, was nearly as disgusting
as it was beneficial. Now, however, the evil is inns, el
fecturilly retnoved ; for Cliekenies Vegetable Purgative
Pills, - being completely enveloped With A cos-rreo or
eras waver goose (which is distinct from the kernel)
have no taste of ,medicine, but arc as easily mellowest
as bits of candy. Moreover they dl not nauseate or
gripe in the slightest'degree, which is occasioned by the
fact that are compouroltd on scientific principles, and
operatepqually nn all the diseased parts of the system.
inetead ' , lei:marling themselves to, mid racking any par
ticular region. (which is the great and admitted evil of '
'every other purgative.) lience,they strike at the. root '
of Disease, rem'CUre ail impure humors from the blood, I
open the pores .etternally and internally, promote the
Insensible Perspiration, obviate flatulency, Headache,
&c.—separate all foreign and obnoxious particles from
chyle, an that the blood, of which it is the origin. must
be thoroughly pure--secure a free and healthy action to
the Heart, Lungs and Liver, and thereby restore health
even when all other means have failetl.
G::,* A 1 letters of inquiry or for advice must he ad
dressed (post paid) to Dr.C.Y.CLICKENER, N 0.613
Veiwy-st-, New York, or his authorized agents through
out the country. For sale in Towanda, by .
CH A MBERLIN & PORTER.. rte. 1, Brick Rt.
N. R. Remember , Dr. C. V. Clickener is the inven or
of Sugar emted Pills, and i giknothing of the sort Was
ever heard of, until he iirifilhaneed them in lune:lB43.
Purchasers should theiefore ;ask for Clickener's Sugar-
Coated. Pills, and take no other, or they will be made
the victims of a fraud. 6y
Corning, Elmira, and Buffalo Line.
BOAT OF TIM E will leave CORNING
& ELMIRA for BUFFALO, every w,ek during
the season. in the following order :
Leave Corning, Tuesday's..at 10 o'clkick, A. M.
Leave Elmira, Wednesdays, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Leave Havanna. Thurmlays, P M.
Tow Down Seneca Latke on Friday, touching at Big
Stream, Starkey.. Lodi Dresden. passing Genevai . Wa
terloo and Seneca Folic, on Sr turday.
Leave Buffalo for Elmira and Coming'. every 331 f10hl
74-wning: Leave Rochester every Monday numaing.
BOAT. CORN INtin •... I iCAPT . A. Al: TAT Lnn.
BOAT EL MI II Carr. H.•W. Tuowersos.
BOAT BI;PFA ~c.. :Carr. E lil. (41.E.Ts
For Frright or Paoverlie apply try the Captains on
board, or to A taints i
Mf. M. Mallory, IPriee'& Holly. Genera.
8. B. Strang Alr' , CiiiEtrnita.raratings & Fiet~l do.
J.WintherniuitiVfinve Elemlo.l. iViillrr, Seneca Fats,
E. - 8. Iffinnin Havanna.' ti.. Basted°, Manteeinna.
L.G.Tuatieend. ITi stream H. L t . Yoh, Roebeatee
iNiles & Wheeler; Staab)
G*7*Ef*i VY:** l 4 ,. : . Ap.rg IR, 1418;
007-8-4-8110E3.+Tardue N ht-,,4- o ,rbik
p4irs,.iliWititCiritki ! i A lbidi,", 4 ge k iN Orr bide,
41k54,;011 1 .410;hiii do,
ldrinetilnit*l 4 :7 6ll6 rialt 7 :' tt:N•tt7tik •
.. .. :
Omoititifoitis . Oa ',Ram.
=2-$ 7 .0,4,14,,,i- F ,,ro w ,..,,,,, m ntoisairit, c l,Rzi___,
• .„. ,-- -- -4.... , - • ---.
A . M . INTERNAL ittitgo; ii - • 'os o,lo=
' - "rx - Mlini tiviiintio'frorliii if piiinuitte4: -
NatuisalrenCei - Tii4likaft:'•
-", A matineeiroweetrabee enklildfirtint lei-kind' it
kitiellelpe Dir belt rlonekeetwaliOng Mit in.Amtiliptly
calla:Akio& il,tAri itiato - attObrobilifiti .
part, tretyintiriatrernerletaki •rimpro"Of Awe mem;
titer fa die iterist':exenseiating sinlierierit'there. - ire
cause& tv'the peat flow of blood. to the . pads._ 'Some
times the Mime coat of \ the bowel 'protrudes at every
eracitaticn, forming what if called Prolapses or falling,
of the bowels; _ tide ittlii.:eireCt of long continued iryi 7
tationMul weakness of thgt\orgith '.lit sonar matinees
the pat4ut experiences 'ter*p elm 'illicit itre'llidie
cribable, anti known Only to`t e 'etdferer..which 'enro
-1 tomer immediately after ail ev ation. and continue
from thirty minutes to aging hOina ; these sensations
are very annoying and sometimes very _distressing.—
This Amam i , when of lomymintirmence. I. ittended.by
pain anti-weakness in the beelt,:iiiimdan of 'ther..4
Imp"; iliiittliddir, and oilier..oond in tbe vicinity". Man
and nOmbriegitio the leg! and t feat t a sense of straight
ness about-die‘cbeim arid Unnatural full .of the ob.
awning" risers,. accompanied with -palpititkai of 'die
heart and oppression. individails asmelimestrapeidenest.
pinions man attack of the Piles, ..eywiptoos denoting
greet derangement in the circulation ; -there is i s sense
of weight and pressure in the abdomen. with a peculiar
feeling of uneasiness in thebowels. constipation of\
:inseam. attended with pain in the back and loins, flan
ges. and slight pains in the stomach, pale eountemineis.
.confused sensations in the bead, weariness. end irrita
ble and discontented state of the mind, and a sense of
fullness end oppression in the region of the stomach,—
The circulation on 'the sedum is feeble, and thecurrein
of blood•determined inward and downwitrdse rim act
or TVS mesa's. AND COMPLAISTO.
• Dr. lipbam's vegetable Blectuary.
Cures Effectually and therefare prevents Piles
READ THE TESTIMONY.
Hention, December 1 I, 1846;
Grerra.—l have used Dr. Upham's Vegetable Pilo ?
Electoicy which I parchaaed of you. and find it one of
the best medicines in use for the piles, and also for all
billions affections, arising from an impure state of the
system. Yours, &c. E. A. COLS, Marble Dealer.
Minim litrATZ. M Orncie,
2 New York, Dee.,6;1847.
Mamas. WT►l? & KtTCi►st—Gentlemen
deratanding abet you are the general agents-for the sale
of Dr Upham's Vegetable Electuars, for' the cure of
Piles, I have deemed* my duty to volunteer tr recom
mendation in behalf of that invaluable medicine. I
have been afflicted for many years with Mies, and have
tried various remedies but with no beneficial effeetil—l
began to consider my can utterly hopeless. But about
the first of September last, I was prevailed upon by
friend to make a trial of the above named medicine. I
took h.s advice and rojoice•thet i am not only relieved.
hut, as t believe. perfeetry cured. I. nrost earnestly
recommend it to all who may have the misfinturw to he
afflicted with that ramming and dangerous disease.
Very retpectfully, your oh't vreirvot.
REMARKABLE CURE OF PILES ! !
THIRTY YEARS BIANDING 1!
Nitt:NT Wagon norov:
Berkshire Co. (Mom) .IN,,v. 29, 1847.
. MFSSIIS. W T•11* & KsTCeau—Ciente: For thirty
years I have been afflicted with piles, general debility
and onflarnation, causing tumors and prolapsue of the
bowelp, and which had resisted all the medical treat
ment Dr. Chapman and others could give. The last
three years of that time my suffering* defy description.
I was confined to bed, unable to help myself, and at last
given op by my phisicians and friends in despair of ev
er gaining my health ; in fact - f r three" days berme I
was entirely speechless turd my burial - clothes were
made. But under Providence, and the use of . Dr. Up
ham's Elecluary, though an saw wax I haw, the plea , -
nieof stating the VAC? to the public that my health le
now g oo.'. and hops to rim many years, it it is God's
will, to make known the virtues of Dr. Upham's Elect.
nary, and to recommend it to my afflicted fellow cm
toms. It helped me beyond the expectations of all that
knew my cal?, anß I only Pay to others that it is in
opinion. the best medicine in the world foe Piles, ersny
other disease's, the bowels; and if they will use it ac
cording to the directions, I will myself warrant a cure
in every case.
Yours, with the utmost expression of thenkfulln•ss
EovAsrovrr, Berk. Co., (Maw) Nov. 19. 1847
Tbe above neetificate tells a wimple and truthful ow
ry of suffering and relief. of which, as physician and
witness in the case, I cheerfully. endorse. —* '
NOTICE.—The genuine Upham's Electasre has
his wriuen aigaturs. thus o:3' A. Upham; M. D.)-
The hand is alone done with a pen. Prieesl a hoz.
by WYATT &
N. Y.. and by • Druggists
Towanda. Pa. 45y
AIN KILI,ER I
It I. ANDREWS, in justice 'to your valuable '
PAIN KILLER,. and for the benefit of the put...
lie, wo hereby certify thid we have used 'your Pain Kil
ler in our Families for j.earti, for many_ of the diseases
for which it is recommended, and we deem h the best
Family Restorative in use, and would recommend every
family to keep a supply on band, in case of sudden ill
nese or eerident.
Rev. Aaron Jackson, pastor first Baptist church. Ithaca.'
William Cormac, Peach Orchard, Tompkins Co.
Rachel Willson, Jame! Clark,
Ann Dudley; Philip Case,
W Hastings„ Attn Teter, •
A Baker, A Bower,
Jehn Doolittle. M Collins, t
John B Owens, Ithaca, N. Y., 1848 .
Never purchase the Pain Killer without the written'
signature of J. Andrews, on the label of each bottle, in
black ink. Sold by CHAMBERLIN & PORTER,
and JOHN B. FORD, only agents for Towanda.
For further particulars see advertisement in another)
.Deatlito Pain • relief to the sick; health to the weak
A balm is found for Me whole human race, in
ANDREW'S PAIN K I.LER4
I' pms is an entirely Vegetable Cornpo nd, composed
.1. o( twenty-five different ingredients, ad is an inter.!
nal-end esteems! remedy. Put up in bet lea, varying iq
price from 25 to 75 cents, each. For wither pamctij
lam, see pamphlets, to be had of every ant nt gratis, con
mining a brief history of the migin and d scoveTy of the
Pain Killer, certificates of cures, directions. &c. I
C A CTIOS.--Elleb bottle has the written signature o'
the proprietor, J. -Asbitzws, on the label, and without ,
it none are genuine. Beware of hawkers and pedlars
selling from house to house, representing it to be the
genuine Pain Killer.
Hold-only by the following regular appointed agent;
in this Minty t R . . i
John B. Ford. Towanda. I George A. Perkins. Athena,
Chamberlin & Porter, do. J. 3. Watford. Monroeten
E F & F I. Ballard, Troy, I C. E. Rathbone, Canton.
3WhDF Pomemy . do. Coryell & Cww, Hurlingtoo
M Bullock & Co.. Smithfield . •
Sold in ell the principal towns in the [Jolted Steles,
Canada and Tete&
• Wholesale scents in the city of New Yerk And viri,
nity: Hovdock. Celle.. sY Co.. 218 Pend -FA.; Wyatt
h Ketcham, 121 Fulton-et. Orders inthrioad to Of
proprietor; or G. W. Schuyler, post paid, will meetAnnill
prompt attention. 2.ty i
The Saddle - and harness Basinest;
T S atilt continned.by ELICAN Ali SMITH, J. Cllt.e
.1 &. C. T. SMITH, mule, the .Firm of Zlkanah
Smith & CO.. at the old stand North rattle of tha Publk
&pare, where will he •kept ,conautotly v on hand 1.1 t i
Maio and Quilte? Saddle... Plated and' Comm
, liameasoll kindaot , Trunks. Vance,; and all oth
workin their line. •.:aae- • . . ... - . : . a --aal-
•= Carriage Trirraning , t. Military,mork ,
darielaarder, ttiotin'theirexperienimr woa punctuali ,
thefir,c,ip lioptlito.reOlie.iirilirtPr,P.Flac . lol - cre - ii -
WOOL 'ain totkikS 4*:ai:#l4 a/ aelp - .4rOtikiii:
ihiii.in,thi imply °Mc ume 41 61 4, gal is. IT
1- MOLLS AIA SS. 11111S#111. •
.."*.460-040,0,1461 , 044 - pirAti ,
0 11411 410 14 *. tii #40.40: 3 0t 4 i.-Vl* -, 4t -;
cossacia-Main Uridget atrov*lificii iesi. DO
siuflotirt it:imminent ofEttovekt,this aide - Of
ilue.l47q,e'ooking igovc,arTingea a rota- - Lbr4.
top, , ilkhoveit oven efPlibed, 2.,30
esterjimpiie-hot. air Ovals, = " •
, - •
_ ' .4
~,, .t,i 4! , 44 , ..t. _ 4 :- , _ oiria 2,4..4.
A.iop,ii. pelt alt•%evickPani, .: ' 40. 4 "
Sniglefix44% " ,-• .., . , ..,...- .. ,-- 2 3
Albany El-hated (./sm,
~ ~ i ,-._ , ~,_ , ...2.4:-4 5
‘.l -i • Ptentittps. 1 '' ' ';''-' -._
_-';':' . 3,3* 4,44 . 5
k F ui
Hicith pat. selAnts later, iii , :lalit•pettor 4 - I, it, 3
Rochester airtight - r10r,7_.....i •f: ."'l Yei-• 2,3, 4'
edit/pees do.-..,,A1 any do„,,,Artnistaii.).! ,_ „ . 4 „..47, ,, .-4
I .Alhany: Fancy. wood pada,. •. ..!...,:. t. ,; . . ~,,11, 43. 5
,111 .:Ecii.T - ' ....- dq ~:,...:,, --,--- -,.:,-.?; • , 2,3.4
ta .petlor.casiatooes, ~ • .., • : I, 2
00ft:tilos! cylinder. : do,. •."--.... -..-. .1, 2, 2
I Large quality Maas tip!, Ilboira v Tia, Brass,
per, Japanned A Britaiiiiviratraile, Om -
whiehtewill aid asabove;at wholesale or retail. Sheet
%inn, 21n, Snare and Copper .Wrikentede tkonler .on
short notice, Ind warranted.' Persorri - wishing to nor.
'chine the above snicks will do well '6j-tilling:at the
above store, before purchasing-elsewhere,latbe propti
etOk is isoand not to he undersold by anylivini man.
&000 SHEEP PELTS Wanted,/foc,which cash will
hovel& Towandi„Tujiel,4;lll4l3. • ' . 6rn t
CORN ELI US SPQR
THE 0 MINATIONS ARE MADE,
CIF. HARDER respectfully wishes to infor,mihe
. Citizens of Towanda , sod the p ublic thaLtie)26
commence) the . ,
HARNESS AND TRUNK MAIMIO SEINE . SS,
in Towanda, on Msjn street,-• rem dom.:l4)mm Bridge
street, where he,will ifeep constantly_on-hand or make
to order, Plated andorqon Warners, Trunks and
unk aces. and sillkinds of welkin his line. CAR
RIAGE TRIMMING snd,MILITARY WORK-done
to order. From his expetiencti o in dip businese, and
minctoslity in atteuding tult,_he hopesle may receive
a sitar ., of pa:Ale patronage.
(30. All kinds of work trill tin b.& at his shop cheap
er than at anj other shop in thit county.
Towanda, June 12, !84$ \ • lyl
TAILORING ESTABLIMMENT !
GB. & R. DAVIS, TAIL Q.RS.‘ (late from ar
. City of Louthof.) have opened ix . shop. in the
second sbily of the new Brick block, vrectell , by Burton
Kingsla•ry..on %lain street,,whe-re they are p-o-pmed
execute all inders intheirline with secura--y
Flom their long and rigorous iniitructinit in‘sthe
and their extensive experience as niremen. in the first
ahnps in London. they fed perfectlygompetent of belay
able to pleise toe ?welt fastidious tattle. and to execute
their work in such stilwtantial and finished style-, as \ to
gibe satisfaction to their customers.
c ry bitting done to order, and warranted to fit it
properly made op. G. H. D 1V1:3,
Towanda, Oct. 12, 1847. ylB 'R. .
lALs° _IIE r7ll. ' ar 1113:1. la
ESPEC" FULLY informs the citizens of Tolman
-LA, de, and be public generally that be is prepared to
execute in tfin neatest styli all descuiptione of
House. Sign. Coach or Carriage Painting. or
Trinunang t and every variety of Fancy
and Ornamental Painting.
From his long experienes and ths many specimensOf
his productions now in use, he entertains a flattering
hope that by close application to his profession, and
being prompt to order he may secure a suitable rhare of
public patronage. lie may be found at all times at the
Chair Factory of Tomkins de Makinson, where he will
be on hand to attend to the calla of those who may ward
his serv.ern. PA PER-11 NGINIS done on short Db.
nee. in a superior manner and reasonable terms.
Towanda, July 4, 1848. ;
, - -
New Tailoring _Establishment,
In No. 2„, Bnck. Row, over 14e store of E. T Fox
. aitd gory.
at at :a a , at at ra Irs.
REnPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Towan
do, and the public generally,' hat he has removed
his Tailor shop to No: 2. Brick Row. over the store of
E. T. Fox. third story, where he solicits those in-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 ulam having tbeit,woHLdckne promptly and in
s good style as can-be had at any shop in town'. All
work warranted well made raid to fit.
• . 6:7 Cutting done cheap, and warranted. ' • .-
, JZ7' Country Produce taken in payment for work.
ToWenda, August 30. 1547.
o. 1., Brick Row, againin the Field!
Tr. a. Vhdlnberifiti,
..., TA - Aqt justfeturned from tbe city
, elt, 1 I of New York with a large
, - t• - , All RuyPiYi t : l l Watches, Jewelry and
/.- O F -; Silver -are, comprising in. part,
1))(. 7,1, .
the frdlowiug articles:—Lever,
.. ' '..-- I;'Ephileend'Plain Watches, with
, .4 . .r' , ..%
~,..11. - , . _ .a complete : assortment of Cold
Jewelry.. such as Ear Rings.. Fi
nger fin ;s, Breslin Pins, Bracelets, Lockets. Gold chains.
Gold Pens. Keys, etc. Also, all rants of Silverware,
and any quantity of Steel Bcadok—all of which he offers
NI sale eacceedingly cheap. tot CASH.
Watches repaired on short noti c e, and warranted
to run well, or the money will be refunded, and a writ,
.ten agreement given.to that effect if required. . .
N. 8.--. MAPLE SUGAE, and Country Produce
taken in payment for Bork; and slat. learn now, and
forever, that the Product - ?mist - be paid when the work
is dent—l war against actlitin all its fortes."
W. A. CEIAMBEFLIN; Agent.
Towanda, April 28, 0484
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY
IHN W. WILCOX: , has ..rentnyal his eAttiblieh
ment to the nboplietween Kingsbery's ana Bart
kin; atom. owl syttere .. he atilt , nolieit4 a shorn of
putgic rn ! tronage. He inten.tA, by a careful ontnelion
of stoelt. i ntrl by Attention to the ilitorest4Zol his r.,usto
mars to maks nrOf.,onct chiral:4o work ao, cart:44)
nufectureriretitio nit of the, country. •:.
11°4111 koop-ionstrinq horl4l..arilLorair"Ofircrinie
to order,-rifolorrol, Caltidrad- Codrae Biala aai &Wei
Siater.gruk , Opte'Clifhtmea
Getiri' Gaiters and ISinskr3or •
• P . V 4lll #oTfte*Nionafiatfirti:Otikiiiett in
10t# 1 0. 4 . 1 *1-14 4 4.4. 1 1#
1 1 14,40 .. 4, • -
reiroiaudf; Atoll 26; 113),Tr" t;
qt l •riertninis vitts; E l —
HU.ADELAIHRT. HICA II LIII ) 3O4SE. 7")."
%shed rs. yili(fidot.ty DR. KINKALINgi The
aklelle. welt, soonidiridißl to. cure an furmovi.;oterst
. .:himilseietliseaessolooleoandaditarl hehetweiflooth,
i.DR,,KINKML/X4010; earner of Third inelrlJoao -
stWilietweetiSpno . dlisqueres 691.111M
dike, - if.,:•Arshn
Tooth who JOS* IngelvistPret;''
ice freipentlyjedo I - 1C.4121Q frieqlindy,, , legialeil
are nightly felt. evetelibetiesleepp and antral** Olio' I
sea ,body, should spplyfammediately. Makpirepied
.eonstitititiel debility immediately 'cored. andAdliSigte
,restored. All Icttem poet oiid.- •
YOUNG. MEN! 'L. -4 rirc,in''q
If you value your:' life or your hentth, rememleirkhe
delay of a month.stayresen a week, may prltaOttl6rts.
in, both of nody aneltnind:4 Henee let nolilam=
Amer you from making:llll4:mo your easet ,teal
from kluestion, sad. retnieetebilite. tan sionetter*Wrim
He oho places binwelf under DR. KINKELINVitesiti
ment, may religionalyAlentliie in his honecortroatles
man, and in orbuie.beisain will be forever .ockedtkitate.
wet of tha patierit. • ;
Too many thinlvebetwilli bug the seerettoelatireferb
beano, and cure theme's". Meal bevrathir
a fatal deluoion, and haereriny a promising yo
who might have been an ornament tu society, holed .
frcint this earth. .
COUNTRY INVALIDS, ,
finding it inconveaianwtoimake personal apedismdion,
can, by stating their cescesplicitly, togetherl withal!
their symptoms; (per letter. post.paid,),ltave finerarded
to them a chest cuutainbig Dr. IC`a medicinsiiiiprOpria.
ted accordingly. ..,
,~. ~ _ ..
packager of ifedioisfito forwarded to any put Of the
U.S. at a moment's noilee'. 1,29
C&Porr esti" itrittaa, addressed to DR. KINKE.
LIN, Philadelphia, afilifte.:.prominly attended to. ,
See advertisement ja-thelSpint of the Times, Phila.
GREAT MTIONAL WORK.
A HISTORY of liiißievolution, and Lives of the
la. Heroes. of the War ig-Inde peridenee, , by 'Clientele
J. PETERSON. An eleutitni volume, with IS fine steel
plates. and nearly 200 beintiful wood engravings: •
" This is a aplettilid h*tii. A valuable addition to the
Historic Literature of Gni dountry. - We are much mis
taken if it does not takiirtirik with the works of Irving
and Preseott."—Frankfori Herald.
•• It surpassess soy similar Work yet offered to the
American public."-Neure Gazette.
" It may be properly considered a popularized rafte
r), history of
- the Rettoliitian, extremely well anti jetli-.
ciously written."—Norih American. . •'
The present work on tie Revolution and itshirrner,
is 'superior, birth eittinkand design, to any that bai
heretofore come under oar itotice."— Inquirer.
" A -well connected history of that eventful period."
"Decidedly the most popular history of the war of the
Revolution and its heroes; that has yet been given to
the enttntri."— Exiling Pod.
n • AGENT, rmnra , a f•-r the above *le
ctern work. i:, every eigorvtY and n to the United
States. to the mast •e.tl t • .. , •.ments will be
offered. Trice only
, $.3. A ,!, •t-patd) -
W \t. A. I,E RY,
No. 149 No- - th Ines.
1; 4 9
situated Herr the rn,7d ivy! ; 171,.?, li'aler street .
HE subscriber hus leased the slunk] formerry.knoo n
as the .. Hilaire Howl," and has caused the same
to be thoroughly REPAIRED, RENOVATED and
IbE-FURNISHED, and is now ready to accommodate
hirfriends, and the traveling . public. Hism
tastefully arranged and newly
* tarnished; his an d
Biiiiiball yiellarthe'rieriosso7 comforts t re y
the is Oteler ormatiof leitner L and in all respectsrander
and quiet inhis-house will be strictly °bemired. trod Eye
. y attention *ill bsigivin OS:ender the $e comfortable
and , ottrcealiilcs to those . wbo choose to niskobls house
their home.during • visit• tottiii pioniant law% as
charges the most teationablo. . .• - L .-
~ . W.EITTINGTON BAYREs
interested, that 'wri,hare concluded to ettleemilbe
kousines. of ,the fun]. We find our Uapital isnot ilioor
hands, but distributed over Bradford mud Tioga coon.
ties. and we have etnplo%ed , ,an Agent to call :Amon our
cu-tomers, so as to give theniont op portuotty Lb take up
(heir notes; or either of the t.ld firm .receive tuo.
nevi • and giNe Ft receipt to apply.. We hope. and trim
ire shall tint he obliged, to place 1 . . largo number of our
customer's , notes in the hands of Magistrates: Nieces;
howirter, compels us- to makeitofiectibnir. Ttbse
Of our customers in and about Tolland', that have on
"ideal mattercen book. will be good enough toacalland
harm - them °Mead up. • Thirbosiness hereafter , will be
"motioned under the firm of JAS. MAKatBOlll 8 Co.
Towanda, June :2. 1848.
L. M • & CO, yircouhl re
' • inf.am4ll,•ci:itiens of
. - - „ ..4.1„:14,.,:nr1as and the_pnblic gonertily,
• fic, - t. , cy bare on hand & ruantrfacturr
outlet all lands of ,CAIIINET
-j' of the beat us.c
. 4 t rin:i, and workmanship that 0111130:
scortment in country shops, eve will Itlep 4 on hand and
Make to order SOFAS, of 'various and meet approved
enema ; .Sofa Rocking Chairs, upholster"! in superior
' tyle, and for ease and durability Cannot'be- surpassed
even in our large cities. Also, the half French Ma
ogany Chair, beautifully upholstered, with curled hair,
hich. never loses *its elasticity, and finished with the
hest hair Seating.. We flatter' ourselves :that having
lad much experience in the business , we shall be able.
o satisfy all who may feel 'disposed to call, both as. to
quality and price, and by strict attention. to blusisese
hope.to.inetit and receive the patronage of a liberal corn
inunity. .L. M. NYE & CO.
Towanda. September 1, 1847. • • •
4Y BE HAD at oar shop much lott4e than it
has ever been sold in Towanda. Goode are
i•hesp. and wheat ant lowered.-and that is the reason we
611 afford all for to do it. Alf-kinds of produie will
be remised in payment. Also, LtiltlßEThof sit kinds.
Sept. 1. L. M. E 4 CO.
ILL be kejt on hand' a large assortment, and
made to order on shorter notice anitfor less mo
tley than can be produced at any other estahliihment in
the land. 'Those who are under the necessity of pro
lwring thatAtrticle-wiaaml-shallthe ististied. :A good
earseacrd:Prtli'ma . y in attendoie4liets steeffea.
.§epteinher 1,f 4 41: _L. M. NYE & CO.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
'What are Too about 'here ? Aral. ye tea, I gueoNao!
!TBOUIt.AN US of times-tbe question bars beenlisted,
. Where on earth are all the Boots awl Shoat rain.
nufscureil,tlaat supply the-eontiuuai. rush st.the center
of 'Main and Bridge *treats? °lars insliwenob"st this
is the o%er., end thee° are the - things wad it imatti
. • .
1 C;t7?.., - Al . 4;s Seemly- qt - tiqz siclieja3Ltions.
ettry ,. T.ser:onits
Pyt o n t e &cam ! !
eragrapospa yti C4w.rioni......l
Hoar l heat-3-e! rrlT.lln. at
!the tomer of Mttiu anil-grblgv•sn,-et., e• 1 -0 at re , i
:that aeavin. 39.781 rtt.i - iirrtruna, 4. 1 frr.,-: .0 ,
1 3 ; a. lefts: price Allan Ines tba. or pt.l , ;biy ( be et.
fete4 again% t00 , 31.,1a. '
-The tadiro' Deritiment in this establishment is
tiehlyLlfuraisbett tvith frishititut. - I.stilesN misses alai
chihiron'sfanq :volt eopitrion bFwilot" and Faltnel. tven to
herestietnity of the latest fashions. ltfialske not the
Itlace , ;Alitnier of Main and Bridge intents, Me only
"ShieStitie in Bradford County. Half Cash flyl4l hag
trade for. Dotter. , - • ' O'HARA.
, Towanda, June 16. 1847. • , •
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