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Wheat is one at the moat important of °groove.,
The grain contains _ from fill to seventy per cent at
otaith, fn►gt ten to twenty percent. Of Omen, and
from three to five per cent of _fatty- Winner, The
proportion of gluten is said to be largest in thegrain
of quite warm countries.
It is a singular fact that, in all the seed of wheat
and other grains, she principal part of the oil lies
nearer in the skin, Malmo does a large portion of
the gluten. Thb bran owes to this much of its on ,
Wetland fattening qualitim Thus iu refining our
flour to the utmost possible extent, we diminish
somewhat its valise for road. Thephospbstes of the
Kish also lies toe great degree in the skin. The best
Bee flour contains above seventy pounds of starch
to each hundred. The residue of one hundred
pooAds consists of ten rowelve pounds of gluten,
six or eight pounds of sugar and gam, and ten to
Watteau pounds of water and a little oil.
• Brodeur more nearly resembles wheaten flour
in hs composition than any other; it has, however,
more of swain gummy and sugary substances,
which Make it tenacious, and akin impart a sweet
ish taste. In Whine. alt grains and coots whi:h
have much starch in themia certain, change takes
pima to their chemical composition. By baking,
floor becomes more nutritious, and more easily di
gestible, because more soluble. -
Purley hontaines rather less starch than wheat,
also lees sager and gem. There is little gluten, Amt
a substanceisomewhat like it, and containing about
the mine amount of nitrogen.
Chewiest is little rowans food in this country, hol
it is equal, if not superior, m its nutritious qualtties
to flour from any of the other grains ; superior, I
have no doubt, to most of the fine wheaten flowers
of the northern latitudes. It contains from ten to
eighteen-per cent. of a body, haw it g about the same
amount of nitrogen or gluten. Besides this, = there
is considerable quantity of sugar and rum, and from
five to six per cent. of oil or fatly matter, which
may be obtained in the form of a' dear, fragratit
liquid. Oatmeal cakes owe their pecular agreeable
ta.-te and smell to this oil. Oatmeal, diet; has not
only abundance of substance containing nitrogen,
but is also quite fattening. It is, in -Mort, an excel
lent food for working animals, and, as has been
strundantly proved in Scotland, fur working men
Buckiheat is less nutritious than the other grains '
Which we have noticed. Its flour has from six to
ten percent. of nitrogenions compounds, about Shy
per cent. of starch, and from five te`eight of sugar
and gum. In speaking of book wheat or oats, woof
course mean without husks.
Rice was formerly supposed to contain - little ni
trogen ; but recent examination have shown that
there is a considerable portion, some
,six or eight
pet cent. of a substance like gluten . The per cent
age of fatty matter and of sugar is 'quite small, bn,
that of starch much laiger than any grain yet men
tioned, being between eighty and ninety per cent ;
usually about eighty-two.
Indian corn is the last of grains that we shall no
tice. This contains about sixty per cent. of starch,
nearly the same as oats. The proportion of oil, and
gum is large, about ten per cent ,; this explains the
fattening ptpperties of Indian meal, so well known
to practical men. There is besides these, a good
portion of sugar. The nitrogenious substances ale
also considerable in quantity, some twelve to six
teen pet cent. All these statements are from the
prize essay of Mr..l. H. Salsbury, published by the
flew York State .ctricaltural Society. They show
that the results of European chemists have probably
been obtained by the examination of varieties infe
rior to ours; they have not placed . Indian corn mucti
above the level of buckwheat or rice, whereas,
from the above, it is seen to be " in most respects,
superior to other grain."
Sweet corn differs from all other varieties, con
taining only about eighteen per cent', of starch. The
amount of sugar is, of course, Very large, and the
nitrogenous substance amounts to the very large
proportion of twenty per cent.; of gum, to thirteen or
fourteen; and of nil, to about eleven. This, from
the above results, is ate of the most nourishing
crepe grown. If it can be made lb yielll as much
per acre as the harderinuiaties, it is well wcinbtrial
on a, large scale.--lWaso Norton's Element* of
The Chinese, living in canal boats, send their
docks ashore during the day time, to eam their lir
lug, and whistle them home at night. The last
duck gets a switching, there is consequently a deck
ruse—each one trying riot to be fast.
Some yearns back I kept a few fowls, and among
) them was a true, large, Dominique cock that
mie/d pt into my flower garden and then can •his
family about bin. There was of course, great
Scratching among them until t interrupted the sport
by driving them off. The hens would fly in great
alarm; not atichanticleer; but perching himself on
the fence, he would send me a crow of defiance,
Old 800 as imy back was turned clock a 'recall to
This teens was repeated 'oaten that at last I
gel ont of patience •with his impudence, and ran him
down. When caught, I thought the Chinese meth.:
oil of drilling birds of another feather might have
some effect upon my prisoner ; so, holding him by
.the legs, I laid him down`at his favorite scratching
';ground, and, with a light twitch, whipping him
across the wings. After he had been welt chastised,
I let go of him and arose ; but he lay still. I step
, par back a foot or two when he raised his head.—
At a threatened motion of my switch, however, he
laid his head down again. I then retreated some
twenty feet, keeping my eye upon him, and bold
ing my switch i‘ in terrorem." . He lay almost per
fectly quiet during the lime. Occasional 4 he
would raise his head, but the slightest motion of my
arm, at this distance, was sufficientto make him re
sume his very unnatural position.
Being Enoch amused at the success of my esperi
,l asset, I belt) him in this position by the power of
whip and eye, for some &esti minutes, and, in
the end, tad a tittle difficulty Mt starting bum off.
The eintsequence was, &le's. eskirrnalion'in
kris morel' character,* aid, he never aftertranlittres.
'passed, on grouilds nisi was forbiddea him. •
Probabl; easie of the fumes hop who read the
Post, may like to repeat the expenment ;if at let
me advise them not ascot cruelly tosards what ought
• . the pet of hum-yard. 'The tightest possible
switch should be used—a bledroll grass wilt shams
answer, it is not the pain be golfers, but the dea• I
rail. Gerd that has a sct.-Eve . hot.
A e icilts* Stove, and Tin Store,
: ATHENS, PA:
WHEELER'S, & ALSO EMERY & CO'S
Igig,reour mem aLIeIeVIMITIRAL SOCIXTeII
PURI MI ,
Rail Riad Horse• Power Tresher,
With Me Laid/ and Important Improvements, for
whick Parent is secured.
*FOE subscribes takes ibis method to inform the
1 Fanner* of , Bradford and the adjoining counties,
that be is agent for, and has for =tr o ths above cel. bla
red and unequalled Hann Power and Threshing Ma-
Chines, which he is mitered to furnish on the same
terms as by the manufarsnrer. with the addition of the
actual ems of transportatiOn. contracted for at the low
est and beat raim.
The subscriber has sold a nrunbab of the above ma
chines in tbia, smithe adidning counties of Chemin*
and Tina, N. T.. end all wiihont exception bare given
the very beet salisiactiocr, sad where they ate known.
all ferment give them the preference, on aceannt of
economy in threshing, being operate d much lets
esparto', and tracking and wasting much less grain
than any other machine in use.
The Two.flome Power Thresher and Separator is
capable, with three or four men, of threshing from 150
to 200 Made of *hest or rye, or double that quantity
f oats, per day.
The prides for Emery & Co.'s one
do Thresher and Separator. 35 00
do Banda, wrench, Mar and
extra pieces, a • 5 00—5125 00
do Two-horse Power, $llO 00
do Treater and Separator. 35 00
do Bands, oiler, wrench, &c., 6 00—$150 00
Also,Wheeler's one-horse power,Thresher,
sad Separator, complete, (improved this
Wheeler's two-horse Power, Thresher and
. Separator, complete,
Price of Emery's 'Fresher and Cleaner,
with bands, wrenches, &e., 75 00
Jo Saw Mill, complete for ow, 35.00
Price of (beat's Fan Mills, adapted for
band or power, from 22 00 to 25 00
The subscriber will also the coming season be pre..
pared to furnish to order
EMERY & Co.'s NEW
THRESHER AND CLEANER.
The Cleaner his all the advantages of %good fan
ning mill. cleaning the vain tit for market, wasting
none: The additional cost being but little more than
a fanning mill, or shout thirty dollars—making the
whole Thresher and Cleaner cost $45 to the Farmer,
and with Emu:. & Co.'s tyro-bone power. tfilBs 00.
Qn account of the large demand for the above
machine*, and the difficulty of immediately filling or
ders for them, persons wishing to purchase machine*
shook) give me timely notice as to what kind and at
what time they wish to procure them.
Farmers wishing to do their threshing immediately
after harvest, should procure their machines as early as
the find of July. Also for sale
A GEZ(CRAL 02TMENT OP IMPROVVD
AGRULTURAI. & HORTKILTURAL HPLEtENTS,
At mantsfadurteerelail prices, such as
CORN SHEUERS, HAY &STRA W CUTTERS
C J LTI VATORS, ORN PLANTERS,
STUBBLE,SIVA RD,SUB-SOIL $. other PLOWS,
DOG POWERS FOR HMS, KEN DA LL' S
MAINS, GRANT'S GRAIN CRADLES,
liurrairs Grain Reaper.
Revoking Horse Rakes, Rag, Straw and Manure
Forks, ire. 4.e. Afro,
Cut Iron end Wood Cistern end Well, Pumps,
LEAD PIPE of all sires, in lame or small quanti
ties, cheap for cash.
CO I K, PsIRLOR 4 OTHER
~,:,, r 0 7 ♦ P-?Va
V t ooe scairrirm. Parrturis, rats, Immo, sc.
mock aStoves. and prices, will compare favors.
My with those oral Move More in soy of the large
Tie, Japanned and Sheet Iron Wan,
tossafectunal and for sale wholesale and retail, Cheap
A large and NI Catalogue of Agricultural 'triple.
manta and Stores. wilt engravings. furnished gratis,
tithes hem at on application by mail poiu•paid.
RAYMOND M. WELLES.
Athena, Pa., November 30, 1050. 426
NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP.
THE subscriben respectfully inform the public that
they have taken the shop formerly occupied by
Adam Berawine, on Main street, nearly opposite
Drake's wagon shop. where they are prepared to do all
kinds of BLACK/MITRING upon reasonable terms.
They are determined by doing their , work. well and
Promptly. tomtit; its they hope to receive a share of
HORSE-SHOVNG done in the best manner. 'AU
kinds of repairing Machinery, elecuted in the most skit.
WOOD WORK for wagons will also bC made and
repaired when desired.
All work dorm et their shop, will be managed Lobe
well done, and msnofsetured from the best materials,
, The public are requested to give us a trial, LA jodge
for themselves. ESEN WINE & SEEDISCHII.
Tow • ode, May 2, 1851.
- A DAM ESETIWINE respectfully informs the pub
/1 lie that he now occupies the shop where bimsel
and brother have for *sere waked. sway opposite
Tootkiesi-fosedry t When, he is ready to do all work
In hie line, as foranaly in the best manner. Ifs ir deo
teratined the' reputoton be his attained as • skilful
workman shall Dot suffer by eny neglect of the inter
ests of cowmen or by any iutention to business.
TOOLS. manufactured to order—machinery of all
kinds repaired in the best manner. and every kind of
Repairing and iiknafeduring will be dons short
notice. and in the style desired.
Vase Shoeing, on terrashie tents. He will else
take Country Produce in payment fot work, but oh
jests strongly to ware.
Towanda, Jan- 17. 1851.
MOWRY, MAIM M IQllEBft
Saddle; Harness lc Trunk Manufactory.
JRE c.tri.P & Co » vesplietfelly Wean the public
that they have taken the shop lately oftwphd.by
C. E. Herder, on Maio street. a iew doors below the
Nets Row, where they wilt keep en hand a huge
lI.A R NjE 5,4 . 3A Dlt L£ 5s .S tll L:
IIIT3II34‘IIUIII4IISP, Wows Irst,
A* articles iri their roe sissoibetated lo• seder. sad
made .the best arterial, sad lb/ werkarraellip nano
be serpsseetlie Northers Preseyiresis, They mach
s esti frost the. shillings) patchatee, confided awl
they can pies set bebop both is to guilty sad pries
rreash will be pail Hider and Sheep Pelts,
at the highest rates s oar shop.
- Tessatis,Noretober istk,lVsl‘
uc. B FIRE RAMAN* COW*
faitsiudi its&il rich tienitrealeee & Trustee. !
On the new pindp(e, b
ite rick theinsteretipareicipal
Chem" Petpuseehi - $250,000:
P. es.- Haft, Medical &lupine", Atbani, P. LAP
malice pen, awl applications neatssti
S. E. CANFIELD, Pa.
Abe applications for histerspee ajoinet late h$ rhe in
The Wenehiangtenti eat Memel ifisittsolitaei
The hugest Mutual Company he the 'Vogl&
Capital neer $1,000,000 .over 11:4000 toeiplens.
Ilse Santa Mutual, at Itaislisinero,
The great reintsylvenis Company. being s Fanners
and Merchant's Cl:lmpart. nillb C Mtge end bloating
nob hind, being both a !tong Ail &Wier Company.
£ z, efilitisf.D. APO, AthelSilt re.
Pesniest and amulet, . Laid arils*
Ilse subscriber hiving received an the Pentlea haws
nece*vy instmetkras kill fonts. (vote tfie pro Per de
pirtment at Washington, WS attend to the appliation
of Soldiers. 'Widows, and minor children of Soldiers
who by i he late law via entitled to Bounty Lands a.
services rendered during the war of 1812, or any of the
Indian wars since 1790. And all Pension thins, un
der the various sets of Congtess. The late pension
laws and decisions giving to many pensions not hem
tawe entitled to them. Prompt attention given to all
post paid comteneleations, by •
Athens, Dec. 28. 1850. J. E. CANFIELD.
THE ITNSTED STATES'
UFE MMIRANCE, NNW AM) WM COMPANY.
Charter Perpetual... Cash slateui...Caphal $240.000
Office N 0.28. Marchand Exchange.
upon the "mixed principle," Stock
O and Mutual, which combined features offer to in
sated rnembetedouble rite amrsl security, The Cash
'syste..t of payment* has' Wei been adopted, thus asoid
ing the heavy drawbacks Mated by unpaid premium
notes. The table 'italic." premium, upon which its po
licks are being Melted, ' the only scale experience has ,
proven should be\ ado as a ff ording requisite seem , '
tty to be insured, and an doubted guarantee for the
perpetuity of such institutions. An experimental ta
ble may be found worthless, at the very instant is poli
cy should possess its greatest value. Life Insurance,
very properly. is infesting the attention of the world.
rhe public however, in their commendable willingness
to embrace and employ its wise and salutary provisions,
should make ultimate wearily the primary and most
important object, which can only be attained by so ad
justing the premiums as to anticipate unexpected loss
es and fluctuations of every kind. it is the purpose
of this company annually to credit, upon the polices
of holders and books of the Company, such an amount
of profits as shall not affect the stability, or impair the
sacredness of its contracts. Premiums may. at theop
tion of the insured, be paid annually, sernimmually,
or quarterly, in advance. All necesetry information,
together with blanks, pamphlets, ate., may be obtained
gratis, et the office of J. E. Csarrimo, Athens, Pa.
Stephen R. Crawford, ' Pans B Goddard.
Ambrose W. Thompson, Lawrence Johnson,
Benjamin W. Tingley, George M'Henry,
Jacob L. Florarme, James Devereux,
M. Rhein M. Goodwin, John L. Linton.
STEPHEN W. CRAWFORD, President.
AIM Beale W. THONPOON Vice President .
Cogs. O. lamas, ilecretary and Treasurer
AeTreille.-4110C1C1 Eyre. ,
Couressr. arm Arroascr —Thomas Batch.
F. S. Horr, Medical Examiner for Athens.
DISSOLUTION.—Notice is hereby given, that the
partnership heretofore existing between the sub
scribers in the Harness and Trunk making business is
this day dissolved by mnturl comment. E. Smith &
Son will settle the business of the late firm. Those
indebted must make immediate payment, and those who
have agreed to pay grain, Imre notified that unless de
livered at the time agreed, Cash will be expected.
C. T. SMTTII,i
Novembet 15, 1850.
MA HANGS, N TRUNK WONFACTORY
E. Smith if SOU,
RESPECTFULLY inform the public that•they
will continue the William at their old wand, north
side of the politic square, and will keep on hand. and
menufacturie to order. every variety of SADDLES,
HARNESS, TRUNKS, V ALICE% atc., of the beat
materials and of workmanship, not to be surpassed.
By strict attention to business, and .promptness in
fanning engagements, they hope to continue the lito
eral patronage they have heretofore enjoyed.
CalitStAOS will be done . on shod notice,
in the neatest manner.
AR kinds of grain, Produce, Hides, Sheep Pelts,
will be taken in exchange for work.
t 11. s►E. ; C. • I six 4 OM
ESMITH *BON have Immoral their Saddle&
a Harness Shop to the building nearly epposite
the Ward Noose, late the "North Pennsylvanian
printing ofriee—on main street. Jan..
CHARLES K LADD, M. D.
PPHYSICIAN AND BURGEON, Offiee in the
'Union Block," up stairs; North side of the
Public Square, over Elerell's Law Oftee. Entrance
between Elwell'e and_ Adams' law offices; where he
may always be found when not professionally engaged.
Towanda, July 12, 1850. •
A Wear Mrs in Newspapers.
191 E CITY BUDGET is designed to fill a blank in
111 in the newspaper world, of Refined and Elegant
Literature. Wit, Rumor, Graphic Life Sketches of FOT
eign Countries, and the avery.doy conversations and
the manners of their people. Each number will beem
bellished with spendid engravings, engraved from new
and original designs. by the best Artists in America.
No old cuts or foreign witticisms, iehasheii, will be
admitted, but everything will have the advantage of
Families will find this en interesting Journal for their .
parlor table, as from it not only information of the most
agreeable and pleasant kind may be obtained, but they
will find something to amuse them in their leisure
The is no pew like this at present in America. if
indeed there be one in any part of the world ; bat our I
people are a reading people, and require, as we shell
give them, subjects of interest and amusement in a
cherp and condsased form. We are entirely different
from thi ordinary Newspaper or Weekly Papers, nor
do we seek to enforce any opinions upon the , minds of
Our readers, but leave them to form their own.
(1 Eve" Country Merchant and Family should
read David Alwyn, or the Rained Country Merchant ;
A peep Into Mercantile Agencies ; which has crested
such a great sensation in business circles, and will be
continued every week until it is concluded. It is de
signed to show up in their true light those spies who
live by misrepresentation of the most private affair. of
Merchants and Families, to the injury of trade and the.
demoralisation of man.
A sample copy of the:City Budget will: be sent by
mail to any address in the country, if tequired4
Flue is not a paper in America that gives as much
original reading matter for the same. price.
Price One Dollar per annum or Two Cents per sin
gle copy, for oak by Newsboys and Newsagents
throughout the United States.
TO COUNTRY MERCIMS & POSTMASTERS.
Tito CITY DUMB r will bit furnished to Clubs it
tbo following low prices :
8 Copies to ono address. 25 ,00
10 " ..... 800
20 " " 15 00
30 a a 21 00
40 " " 26 00
60 11 II 30 00
100 " " 50 00
All cousweicatione utast be primal& end inltheeir
01 to - 11. E I . MATHER & Co,
re 3 Fallon strut. N. Y.
T AWE assortment of Clothe. Cesssimeres and
t3attinetts, also Calico sad ot her Day Gosh so
Amp tbat defies moped= at PHINNEYI3.
DRINTED Fiannclr end Turkey Rails, es well as
alsrge stock of Calico-A. DeLsiree, C as hm e re s
and Afpaccas, can be found far sale by
Ner.7. B. ILINGSBERit & CO.
• AGENCY OF !,
tikies Celebrated lalichtes
before! imwitlfe• eel Oorteeter..,
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M. ~Po EVelirgadig Six latiories
On the prereutlon soul cure of Coaroorptkin, Asthma -
Diseases of the Heads &e., and to the method o
prettervinthodth andlesuty wan 01,1 sae.
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To mothers, the directions it eves to the owe and
edoeatioa of children. ate inralostde. 78,000 copies o
this book here pulsed themes the prow. and the ode
For sale by 8.8. Puree & Co., 700 Broadway, N.
Y., and HBOT L ON & PORTER, Towanda, and by
O. B. BAT HBWIE, Canton.
ca ZIP. Pitch's Guide to lavolids. or direetkras to
persons ushqg Dr. pitch's remedies, to flu had geriket
all the 'team ftly
10 10.0 wig man
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They have the approbation of the bed physi
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They have been before . the Public foe fire years,
During which time more than 5000 certificates have
been received from eminent public men
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bowel complaints, generally in slew hours,
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Invaluable for Bunts, Wounds. Sprains. Chilltdains,
Corns, Sores, Swellings of all kinds, Rheumatism,
Erysipelas. Bronchitis, Scrofula, Ulcers, Pains is
the side and back immediately relieved, Inflam
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there is Inflammation. -
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solely for the Graefenberg Company.
ins MAIM mamma seas itIiDICINIS ♦55
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Caturnmptive Balm, Fever and Ague Pills,
Children's Panacea, Libby's Pile Ointment,
Sarsapa ' a Compound.
cc7•The Graefenberg Manual of Health, a complete
hand-book of medicine for amities. Price fifty amts.
Of 214 Broadway, New York.
Carsterro—The public is requested to bear in mind
that euerything prepared by the Graefenberg Company
has their ail upon it.
Spurious articles have been issued closely 'gambling
the genuine in every particular, except the sal, and
the utmost eare should be used before purchasing.
Agents -for Bradford County—Dr. RUSTON and
Dr. PORTER, Towanda. Iy9B
J. V INTOSH, DENTIST,
TIM( removed to a few doom below Bridge street,
lon the Bast side of Mein-et. in the building for
merly occupied by J. D. Montanye Esq.
All operations amounting to $6O, or over, one hal
to be paid down. the remainder in three) months. I
the operation prom unsatisfactory, the money paid wilt
be refunded. A note of bandlowever must secure the
payment of the half left unpaid, with a proviso.
THE SUBSCRIBER. having now completed his
omnipotents for the accommodation of theTrsvel
tug Public. feels warranted fit soliciting his share of
Public Patronage. His Tabk shall be famished with
the bed Ike markdafford& His Stabling is Large and
Warm. His Bar shell be filled with as good LOinot
as am to be found in the country.
BESIDES, for the accommodation of many, the
subscriber is manufamuring Boots, Shoos Roddkr,Hor.
wen, Trunk/ and Vales, 4rc. , And k ee p, on
bands good assortment of PAENT 'MEDICINES,
for all of which his potions will be asked only a mode-
Come one, come all, both ter and near
A home you'l find, a home to cheer,
And s cheap snide if you would buy
Call at Leesville sod try.
For former patronage and foots, the:public will
please accept the sissorre thaaa of T. D. ISPRING.
Lacerale,, Feb., 12, 1851.
WOMBS KNOCKINGS IN TOWANDA!
Clock, Watch, .oad Jewelry Store !
A.M. WARNER takes this method
4'. of informing his old customers and the
1)4 pubfn generally, that be has purchased
of J.P.8u1., his stock of Watches, Clocks
• and Jewelry, and cominenced the
business in all of its venom branches at the old stand
of the latter. on Main street, two doors south of Brick
Row. His reputation as a watch repairer is se well
established in this community, that it iv hardly neces
sary to say a word on that point. With his long ex.
penance and great advantages for acquiring a thorough
knowledge of the Weiner:, he has confidence in saying
to the public, bting on yothr wakheal and clock., I wilt
da then jostles.
All goods sold, or Repairieedone, w tad as I
recommend, or the wore refunded.
- A goad assortment of Clocks, Wachs* Jewelry
kept constantly on hand.-
My motto shall be—lnlet salee small profits, trash
clown, and no credit glees. Crat need not be asked
for—es am bound not to make its acquaintance.
Towanda, July 12, 1850. A. M. WARNER.
FrNE lamest and most complete aseortment of school,
blank sod miscellaneous poon & STATION.
UT ever offered in this parket, and et very low wices,
now just °peeing :at Alp OA). DARTIZTI"B.
, n •
OREWS - TYPE- FOJNDRY, , Afflicted do ' Nat ' D es p a ir
Aov, 128 Fallon street, , &as heading, , Arcut York Anytime fdlOut.beiu trestualfrotUbeatk by m ock,
IVd: 37 , Canal, third ityle,, - New thieutts: - .
WmrThssozywhe nee Woos of the vegan
easvis . Per tinbudiers aid iitintem , c . a ..... di ." .. padi s h m i i n nndie tl tt
rill, Confidence I invileHle l trade,:tiefote 0 4 .1'" toy. , Head iil ,
VY Ordain elsewhere; tcigire The *can at No. .. p rompte d b rat:ma w: t h an th e ffr e y rug of peas s,se_
i IIV rnitegl'etfOta'New York, or tit Nth," clOtall't• and in.*e benefit of my afflicted febew beings,77:
tow, NOW Orleans, ,where I . ,ans :tidy ps
. foraiSh a i m to m o te k nown a ' b e n d erm tpd en of " (1014,,
1 them with all kinds of ~..,
__ l ,.
....;,..‘... and the uneeptedareured obtained from SCHENer„
BOOK /k" N l W B ra""' Tll r 4 PULPIONIC SYRUP. "About Arnie
,yeate ag e t ~t '
of the nearest and moat beautiful ityle. I am • also du c t e d asity - * * dent , ate ldo r m c h se w e d on sc _. e
1 prepared to supply the much admired Scotch letter, and side, ski ' , my hrts, days *mid raise
eo Lr i zt v
1 having let* procured from Scotland s series of kle blood; ray cdtath wits tight end distnaming. g o „
1 these beautiful faces, together with every variety of itiry 1 had vialeat, fever creeping dills, and prof ,' and pattern of.. P
cleats at night, with great difficulty of breathier ~.4 -
ORNAMENTAL. AND JOBBING ME, grea t loss of a ppetite ; my m aim was ent i rely
Bordering, &c. I . feet assured that the elegance trated, being cepfinal to my_ bed moot of the tim e _
atid accuracy of all • the Type inandfactured by ra__.w! Two of the most amain* Pildideni of this Cho
cannot be surpasse.l by any reuniter in the • Urho. tended roe. and alter exhuming all their tail),
By an entirely new method in the mixing and east- bounar d m y case kpeerebte, Indeed, one
leg I am'ertabled to retain the virtues of the eompo law were almost gone, and 1 could not po ssi bl y
uent pavan of the *idol, add thus to produce; in addi- cover. At this stage of my disease, I was m an
tion to an elegant the most . upon ate. try Dr. Mend es Palmonic Syrup, ai
, SOLID AND DURABLE TYPE, I had taken half a dozen bottles, Masao far
heretofore offered the public. To this last feature I se to be to go * h oo t th e b erm It se e me d
writild - in particular call attention, for solidity and en my whole system—it loosened the cough
durability of T'pe is on the, principle of economy., pal the bleeding—my bowels became resat
of the greatest importanceto all typographers. The ever y thing lets, seemed to digest easily and e,
members of the croft will also bed me ready to sup- toy wbolo system . indeed, inch was th e
ply all kinds of grass of my health and so sodden the change,
PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE, became two settgaine of a speedy' core, and ale
for the establishment of complete Printing Offices ; ed the gm , d the medicine won, the' dim.e
ouch as Presses. Wood Type. Caseli,Stands, Brass, t h oroug hly era di cate d , w hi ch resulted in soother e
Press and Wood Rules,lmposing Stones, Compote o f m o rai na l t h e l eer tut tall. accompanied L.
ing Stick, Brass and-Wood Galleys, Riglets, Closet uma ir4 - coug h . 1 again commence d ing - 1 1 1 ;
Racks, 4c, Ike. movie Syrup, and sent for Dr. Schenck who, ,
Old Type taken in exchange for new at 9 cents meth , nomination, advised ma to continue to
per lb. The Trade dealt with on the most liberal Before hbad taken four bottles, an Owen fare
terms. and patronage solicited on the ground of for- my side, which gatherdand Nolte, irtscharging, 6
ntsbing to the purchaser of an ankle with which as-I can judge,. pmt of Tay disegrmabie yell ow
he wilt be pleased and w_hicb will bring him the tot . rrt,t, seeme d to demo and p a y my whole
worth of his money. tem, Fran this time I began to et better, s a d
Editors or Printers wishing to establish a News- happy to my entirely recovere d. l am sure st
papbr Or Job Printing Office, will be furnished with tame I en j o y b etter h ea l t h t h an 1 . hype f ee t h e ,
an estimate in detail of the cost. by stating size of years. Since I commenced taking the Pair
paper and kind of work to be executed. up, I have never, failed to recommend h
Publiskers of Neatsvapefs who will insert this went, that ot h ers , as well as myself, might
I 'advertisement three months and send me the papers erre d f rom t h a t awful disease; for I feel it
' containing it addresied to " Nesbitt'* Register.," owe to the afflicted to publish it to the world.
New York, wilt be paid in materials of my 11111013" me to mot i on a few cues w hi c h h ave come ,
facture, provided they purchase six times the amount immediate observation. Being on a visit to
of their, bills for advertising. N. J., last summer, I saw .a child. evidently h
stage of bowel consumption. The mother it
me that the physicians bad given the child op
curable. I told her what benefit I had received
the use of Schenck's 'Pulmonie Syrup, and •
her to procure a bottle. I beard nothing more
the'little sufferer nntil about three month . after
in the market, my attention was drawn to a I;
observed me very attentively. She finally witi
are, and asked if I was not the lady who reel
ed Schenck's Paltoonic Sirup to her dying ci
summer in I•emden. I replied that I ass. I
that her child had entirely recovered, end was
manly healthy. Her name is Mrs. Wilson, at .
reside* in Bridesbarg. Another lady 6 l would 111
in particular, who had a scrofulous affection. It
and neck presented one continued sore, and one
eyes was seriously affected with it. Ste had
greatly emaciated, and to allappearances past
I induced her to try Schenck's Pulmonrc Syrup,
she did, end is now perfectly cured. Another
Mrs. McMullen, whose residence I will give or
cation, wee evidently in the last stage of Cons,
I prevailed upon her to try the Pnlmonic Syron
very short time ahe MS entirely recovered, ant
joys excellent health, having hecomeexceetlingl
These are three cases within my knowledge, ,
know were cured by Schenck's Polmonic Syrup,
who doubt this statement, and will take the trot
call on me at my residence Parrish street five
above tenth north side, I think I will be able t
tactorily convince them by own case, ind ;ca
I know have been cared by this Syrup. f
cure. there have been so many to see me to i,
I took, that I have had a rely good oppont
knowing a great many that have taken it, nu
been greatly benefitted thereby, and I think if ;
afflicted with Consumption or Liver Complaint,
send for Dr. Schenck, and let him carefully ex
their lungs, and if be says be can core them, toll
directions, and prevent taking cold, they will
H. H. GE N,
No. 128 Dolton-st. New York,,and .
No. 17 Canal•st. Row, New Orleans.
LAFAYETTE BURR MILL STONE
THE undersigned, faraway Foreman for many 'Mars
of the Lafayette Bets Mill Stone manufactory,
240 Washington street N. Y., (W. Track, Agent)
would inform his friends and the public in genets!, that
be has established a BURR MILI. STONE MANU
FACTORY at . Binghamton, N. Y. in " Leroy Build
ings,""opposite Phenix Hotel," and solicits a abate
of their patronage.
He will have constantly on hand a large stock of
French Burr Mill Stones, as also a large Nipple of
Exams iS• Kuln Stones, also French Burr Mocks, Bridl
ing Cloth, Screen Wire and Calcined Plaster.
The undersigned assures his friends and the public,
that be will faithfully execute all Olden entrusted to
hiecare, not only in quality, but is paces of articles
furnished, and solicits their kind patronage.
Orders by letter will be executed with as much care
and as cheaply as when purchasers are on the spot.
JOHN W. SULLIVAN.
Binghamton, May 24,1851.
Removed to B. Kingsbery's Block
ir 4. Outinberiin,
-.• IP% la AS just returned from the city
/11 , — .1.1 of New York with a large
, supply of Watches,. Jewelry and
1 . , , Silver ware, comprising in part,
t the following' articles .—Lever
~ L'Epineand Plain Watches, with
\ , iib k . ~-.-- '. 2 .-- 1 ' a complete assortment of Gold
- . Jewelry, such u Ear Rings, Fin
ger Rinse,Breast Phis, Bfaulets,Lockets,Gold chains,
Gold Pena, Keys, etc. Aisne aR sorts of Silverware,
and any quantity of Steel Beads--a) of which he offers
for sale emeedingly cheap for CASH. i
Watches repaired on short notice, and trict7ied
to run well, or the Money will be referee*, red a rit
ten agreement given to that effect if required.
N. B.—MAPLE SUGAR, and Country Produce
taken in payment for work; and abo. tear* *ow, and
foreeeraltat Me Produce must be paid toteit Mt Mork
is done—l war against credit in all its forms.
W. A. CHAMBERLIN, Agent
Towanda, April 28, 1860.
P - . 1;1 I!R A.ND DEMZUMAMMs
THE subscriber has removed
to his new shop, a few rods above
his forum location and on the op
posite side of the auras, there he
continues to Manufacture and
keep on hand, all kinds of cane
and wood seat CHAIRS; and
SETTEES of various kinds, &
BEDSTEADS of every descrip
tion, which I will *ell low for
cash or Produce, or Pine or Cherry Lumber, or ci arr
plank, wiit be received for work. TURNING done to
order in the neatest manner. Also,
make and kept on hand, or made to order, in the bee
manner. JAMES MAKINSON.
Tovrangh. March 9, 1849.
New Chair and Bedstead Wareroom.
RESPECTFULLY informs the public tha t he has
opened a shop at his new house, comer of Main
and Nigel streets, nearly opposite Edward Overton's,
Towanda, where he will keep orghand or manufacture
to order, Flag-seated. Cottage, Windsor. Peng; Cane
seated and Common CHAIRS, made of the best ma
terials, and of superior durability.
He has also for ale an assortment of Bansrssas,
at low prices
Repining and Beating Common, Cane.bottoui and
Plagireated Chairs, on reasonable terms.
Cherry, Basswood, Whitewood and Cucumber lum
ber taken in payment for work.
He trusts that his long acguantanye in this county,
and the durability of his work as tested by many years
experience, wit secure him a Aire of public patron
,Towanda, March 1, 1851.
C^Tll NJI I MA (• 11 if=
COIISTY 60111, VMS,
trAVING located in Towanda, Ids services may
.11.1. be obtained by addressing a line through the Post
(Mee, or by calling at the °Mee of Ulysses Menus,
Esq., where he will be found, or where * written sp.
balloon may be left. Nov. 1, 1850.
E. H. MASON, M. D.,
OIPFICId on Min street, font doom below Midge
wee, where he may be found, when not Forts
slonally engaged. .Towande, N0v.90, 1850.
8 1 11111201,114 PB.
rIPHE subscriberrequctfully informs the public that
&f Ass taken piimesston of hie old stand, in the
south part ofthe Bon? of Athens, where he will be at
all times happy happy,tosee his facade, and will endeavor to
make their stay with him agreeable. He trusts that an
assiduous attention to the wishes of the travelling pub
lie will secure him the favor of the obi patrons of the
"Mansion," and the visit of those' ala) desire a com
fortable and convenient stopping-place.
His ?semi wilt be well supplied—and the beat li
quors be procured for the MA.
Doan IS:mares is attached with careful and atten
&} An omnibus will be vats to the Walerly sta
tion, to CRT, passengers to and from every train, east
Of west. E. S. MATHEWSON.
Athens April HI, 11351.
ADOZEN moo) of those cheap arid good LINEN
COATBollia day received by
May 29. H. Sc A. CAMPBELL.
GCLIELMA L. tEI
Philadelphia, May 29, 1849.
J. H. Scssaca—Dear Sir-4 have knot
Leibert for several years, 'as a member of my
and have all confidence in her statement, and
joiced to find her again restored to health. Ar
more, in addition to her statement, is needless.
Yours, truly, THOS. L. JANEW
Pastor of the North Presbyterian
Prillade!phis, June 20; 1849. 6th at. at,
Prepared and sold by J. H. SCHENCK, at
orratocy S. E. corner Coates & Marshall sts.,
the following Agents in Bradford County.
Geo. A. Perkins Athens; D. Bailey, Le .
Humphrey, °Moll; Maynard Et Woodburn,
J.]. Warfoid, Monroeton; D. D. Parkhurst,'
C. E. Rathbone • Denton - King & Vosbing,
and by MDE'&l9lASON;Towanda. '
Price, $1 per bottle or $5 per half ilozen.
The.best and cheapest Family Medicine in the
Dr. Roberts' Oompoutd
An alterative, Tonic, Diuretic and
Price 25 cents per box, containing 50
Each box contains fitly pills, which makes
cheap again as any other standard pill, anti
cheaper, and warranted much superior in if
.various diseases, to any of the Syrup mien
beams being a more convenient and pr
The astonishing success which has sacra
of Dr. Roberts Compound Sarsaparilla Pills
abundant and conclusive that they are truly
Nature's Own Remedies.
and that they will core all curable dinases,
and more pleasantly than any other medic'
known. -Tbe;Pills are principally an 'alters
tine, (their basis being the solid extract of
prepared in a superior manner.) but sof
untie to gently assist natere,witliont preset
sadly, which make them peculiarly adapt(
and enfeebled persons, invigorating and et
the body,_ purifying the system, producini
blood soda healthy action of the stomach
They are acknowledged by our ablest ph:
be not only rinexcepneusable, but efficacior
eat degree, and as a general •
3lssuoily Nrediobie 17m.
The Compound Sarsaparilla Pills at
permanent core of those diseases whi(
impunpstste of the blood, and mortridl
liver ale stomach, viz., erysipelas, seem
evil, nice* scald bead, obstinste cntant
blotches, boils, pimples, sore, weak or no
bones and joints, dropsy, dyspepsia, satbi
and dysentery, coughs; colds, eorianmptiol
ad by capillary obairnetieins of the lungs
scrofulous constitutions, loßamation of
deems, indigestion, headache, jaundice,
chill fevers, and, fever in general, genes
debility, and diseases arising from an it,
mercury, and whenever medicine is rep
rate and purify the system.
They are a purely vegetable compouni
used by persons of all ages. They are,
palate, and produce no nausea, onessinen
in their operation. Hundreds of certifier
given of those who have used them wit!
We ask no person to take our cruyti as
of the metlicine. but call on the agent and
box. and.if an trial it does not give the mr
isfaction, they can return the box and we
ey paid for the same. Purchasers ails b
to ask for " Dr. Robert's Compoand
Pills," and observe that the green wriel'a i
box has a fee simile of the signature of 10"
M. D. and C. P. Fay. and to purchase or
All applications .for agencies and letters
jest, of the medicine, must be addressed,
C. P. Fay, Owego,Tioga Co.. N. Y.
For sale by HSTON & PORTER, sec
Iron Iron I Iron! .
2/1 TONS American, English and J*
I . l a gtikeral assortment of all sizes of
fiat bar, band and hoop; now teceivril, alt
the ton or smaller quantify, rt 1.111