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AU bodies radiate :or thre - er isfrheitti'and :.lhie -- 10
proportion to the dilteretteer - Petwien the poetic t•:
tote of the hot . body and that :Of) 1t...0ut/one mg
Whett i fttle f ! the eiettr,liieiotnes •'meet;
daring the dory; acquirT.,
ed beat alit* itine* . gthe air be still and , the sk)
serene-he-grcrend thus fall
several degrete below thaf r if the 'air in comae];
with it ; according as thiss takei place, the . earth
'contained in the air: in tientall:contacfl: wilt tilt:.
ground, is condensed, anti, litriviailmpeop the
face of the'cold object: This fail of tempertimie
:Ways precedes the deposition of the moisture
is called dew, and the quantity of which is - entirety
dependent cut this hill. Farmers are per fecly weft
aware of the faftthat those nights on which th ere
is a heavy faliTofileW , arectilil;but the cold is caurir
of the dew, and not the dew the cold. As oultitlion
of the heat from the surface object is the cause o.
:4_lllls phihuomencm, anything, which dinnuislies i
wild pretvent lies deposition of Jew ; thus plants
'which are protected by the foliage of atree, have
less dew deposited on them than those .xposed
the full influence of the atmosphere. Clouds act
towards a large tract of country exactly as a nee oh
a wall does to a small space they form a screen
which prevents the heat from being radiated into
the higher regions of the atmosphere and lost =- 7 ,
Hence, on cloudy nights there is little or no dew,
while on calm Cloudless nights it is most abundant.
Winds also prevent its deposition, by removing the
stratum of air which is cooled by contact with the
surface of the groundsand which would-deposit its
vapor as dew, and replacing it by warm air. As it
is only the strata ol air in contact with a large
surface of ground which is cooled down, no dew
will be deposited on objects whiCh are'ele valet] con-
Eiderably above the surface.
The moister the air is, other circumstances being
equal, the greater will be the amount of dew de.
posited in a given time. Hence, more is deousited
on the seacoast than in the interior of cominenis ;
indeed, in the interior of Africa no dew whatever is
deposited, except of the margin etrivers or lakes,
owing to the excessive dryness of the air. Even
die position pia chain of hills ; the depth of a val
ley; or the inclination of a held will influeace this
Dew does not deposit equally 'upon all bodies,
as all sototancestlo not radiate with the same rapid
ity. There is also another point' b be taken into
conshlerationNas well as the radiation power, the
conducting power of a body. Thus, if we place
some hot water hi a bleak stoite- ware tea-pot, we
shall find tliat the water Will not cool near ro
rapidly as in a similar black metallic one; though
the snilace ol both may be exactly alike,atul there
fore capable ol equally radiating heat. We shall
afar find that the external surLrre of the earthen
ware teapot slightly colder than that of the metallic
one ; because when the"heat is radiated f r om the
surface, the heat of the water inside finds some
difficulty in reaching the surface of the earthenware,
and thus replacirek , what was lost, while it passes
readily through the metallic body. Hence, glass,
stine r wood, and above all, vegetables being bail
conductors, are more, rapidly cooled at their surface
than tnetals ; and hence, when exposed to the air
on a cloudless night, are covered with dew—
Owing to this extremely beautitut provision of
nature, dew is most abundantly deposited where it
is required—namely, on trees, and other plants,
while scarcely any is depo-ited on stones ; and
much more is deposited on light sandy soils, which
are dried ,up during the day, than stiff hard clays,
which always retain sufficient moisture to supply
the wants of vegetation, even in &oath. The phe
nomenon of the deposition ol dew is well illustrat
ed by the moisture which deposits on a bottle of
wine, which has been brought horn a cold cellar
into a warm room in summer.: though perfectly
dry when first introduced, it becomes - covered in a
few momenta with a film of moisture.
When the circumstattees aye favorable, dew
deposited during, - the whole slight. in Inelandisome
dew is always deposited when the sty Is clear,
but veiy abundant dews on sevepl Bights indicate
a probability of rain, as they show that the air is
neatly saturated with moisture ; and that - conse
quently the slightest fall of temperature wou.d cause
a condensation,of vapor.
Hoar or white frost is nothing more than frozen
dew, but frozen at the moment of deposition In
the cloudless nights which sometimes occur in
spring, the cooling down of vegetables, which
precedes the deposition of the frozen Jew, is very
minions to iregetaticur ; it is, in islet, more injut ions
to them- than if covered with snow, but the slight-
eat covering prevents it.
This hoar or white frost most not, however, be
confounded with another sPecies, which sometimes
weir in our winter : it, when the thermometer
sinks a good deal belogv the freezing point, the
wind nil/kitty veere to the south or south. wesi, arali
thus Wee* the temperature to nearly the freezing
point, a considerable quantity of ,the vapor contain.
ed in. this warns south In south-west wind will be
deposited in . a beautiful crystalline form. on buil
dings, trees, &c.—Ag. Jour.
Prlloll4 Fruit Trees,
There are but few kierb of fruit trees that require
pruning farther than to keep the heads of the trees
in proper shape. Peach trees should be shortened.
l ever,' winter. This consists in taking on from
one.third to one.halt of thacurent year's growth of
th 4 surface limbs, as Well as all such of the inside
as need to be shortened.
!fits shortening in or sedate pipit g, very grew.
ty -promotes the - vigor and prodktiveness of the
peach. rap, impplying it annually with plenty of
young unit bearing, wood in the interior ofthe head ;
which never can he the case when the trees are
permitted to grow in their own way. All dead and
decaying branches should be carefully taken away
from this Reads of all fruit tree,. It all cutting and
pruning - operations, great care should be Taken to
cut the limb immediately above a bud, and in or . •
ting peach trees the cut should - always be madejust
above a leaf bud; if made above a fruit•tind the
limb cannot elongate from the fruWbud and iecorn.
palled to die down to a leaf.buillehich often hap.
pens to lies a foot or two. W hens there are three buds
together, die Middle one is a leaLbud, with but few
exceptions ; and where the kuit.buds are single,
they can be readily recognised by their plumb,
.whitish appeennice , While the leaf-budvare stun
la our climate; U uuu g may safely be ;We in al.
"meat Icy mouth M the yew, but wounds: minted
to the summer, head , much sooner limas anyabcf
tuau.--Fat nuf and Planter.
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44,1iiititiiiati) Stove, anil Tin Store
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AT ATHENS, PA.
WSEELEFUS, & ALSO EMERY & CO'S
NEW.ItOBIC •T>TB At4IVIMIntAL SOCIETY'S MIST
PA Z3Il MI(
Rail Roo!" liOrst Power It, Tresher,
(NA the Lafest Old Importaist . Improrements, fur
trltiets Pat('la is, secured.
PHE subscriber tikes this method to inform the
Farmers of Bradford and the atijMning counties,
that he is agent for, and has for sale, the above eel. bra.
ted and unequalled 'lime. Power and Threshing Ma
chines, which he is prepared to furnish on the same
terms as by the manufacturer, with the addition of the
actual cost of transportation, contracted for at the low
est and best rates. 4 .
The subscriber h sold a number of the shove ma
chines in this, and the adj doing counties of Ch.emong
and 'flogs, ist. Y., and all wiihout exception have given
the very best SatiafaCtion, and where they are knowit.
all fartnivs give them thit preference, on account of
economy in threshing, being operated with much less
expert:le, owl cracking and wasting much less grain
than any other machine in use.
The Two-Horse' Power Thresher and Separator is
eapable a with three or four men, of Sweating from 150
to 200 boatels of wheat or rye, or double that quantity
f oats, fet day.
The priees for Emery & Co.'a one
Berea Power, $B5 00
. do Thresher and Separator, 35 00
do Bantle, wrench, oiler and
extra piece., 5 00—5125 00
do Two-horse Power, $llO 00
do Tree4l,er and Separator. 35 00
do BantS; oiler, wrench, &c" 5 00—$150 00
Aleo,Wheeler's one-horse pool er,Thresher,
and. Separator, complete, (improved this
sesson) $l2O 00
Wheeler's two•horse Power, Thresher and
Separator, complete, 145 00
Price of Emery's Tresher and -Cleaner,
with bands, wrenches, &c., 75 00 -
do Saw Mill, complete for use,
Price of Grant's Fan Mills, adapted for
hand or power, from 22 00 to 25 00
The subscriber will also the coming season be pre
pared to furnish to order
EMERY & C 0 . 98 NEW
-TH RES HER AND' MEANER..
The Cleaner has all the advantages of a good fan
ning mill. cleaning the grain fit for market, wasting
none. The additional cost being but little more than
a fanning mill, or about thirty dollars—making the
whole Thresher and Cleaner cost $75 to the Farmer,
and with Emer' & Co.'s twa-horse poorer,slBs 00.
(0 - On account of thelarge demend for the above
Machines, and the difficulty of immediately filling or
ders for them, persons wishing to purchase machines
should give me timely notice as to what kind and at
what time they wish to procure them.
Fernier' wishing todo their threshing immediately
after harvest, should procure their machines as early as
the first of July. Also for sale,
A GENSILII. AVIORTMENT OF IMPROVED
AGRICULTURAL & HORTICULTURAL HMIEKS,
At manufadurex's retail prices, such as
CORN SHELLERS, HAY A: STRAW CUTTERS
U LT I V ATORS, ORN PLANTERS,
7 --, .
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, , 111,
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STUBBLE,SWARD,SUB-SOIL it other PLOWS,
DOG POWERS FOR HURNS, KENDALL'S
HURNS, GRANT'S GRAIN CRADLES,
Burrall's Grain Reaper. _
Rewiring Horse Rakes, Hay, Sirow and itlanyte
Forks, tsv. Also,
Cast Iron and Wood Cistern alld Well Pumps,
LEAD PIPE of all sizes, irk:large or small quanti
ma, cheap fur cash.
CO Or, PARLOR 4 OTHER
MS EgArrarn rairreuTP, RCMP, PRICER, ac
1 stock of Stoves, end prices, will compare &vote•
bly critlyhoss of any Stove Store in my of the large
Tin, Japanned and Sheet Iron Warr,
manufactured and for sale wholesale and retail, Cheap
K large anti full Catalogue of Agricultural Imple
ments hod Stoves, wi.h engravings, furnished gratis,
zither here, or on application by mail post-paid.
RAYMOND M. WELLES.
Athens, Pa., November 20, 1850. Iy2ll
NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP.
THE subscribers respectfully inform the public that
they have taken the shop formerly occupied by
Adam Esenwine, on Main street, nearly opposite
Drake's wagon shop, where they are prepared to du all
kinds of DLACKSMITHING upon reasonable terms.
They aro determined by doing their work well awl
_promptly, to merit, as they hope to receive a share of
HORSE-SHOEING done in-the best manner. All
kinds of repairing Machinery, executed in the most skid•
WOOD WORK for wagoas will also be made and
repaired *hen desired.
All work don 6 at their shop, will be arturarited to be
well done, and manufactured from the beat materials.
The public are requested to give us a trial, and judge
for themselves. • ESE N WINE & BEEDMSCHH.
Towanda, May 2.' 1851.
A DAM ESN WINE respectfully informs the pub.
la lie theft. -now occupies the •ahop where biome!
and brother have for ears worked, nearly opposite
Tomkina' foundry, where be is ready to do a:1 work
in his line, as formerly in the best manner. He is de.
termined the reputation he has attained as a skilful
workman shill not safer by any neglect of the inter
eats of customers or by any inattention to businete.
TOOLS, manufactured to order—machinery of all
kinds repaired in the best manner, and every kind of-
Repairing and Manufacturing will be done at short
notice, and in the style desired.
Horse Sluici on reafig n able terms. He will elso
take COunfry Produce in payment fin work, but ob
jects strongly to crerlif.
ToWands. Jan. 17, KM.
EMNOMY, DURABILITY AND NEATNESS.
Sadd Hess & Truik Manufactori,
lERE CULP & Co., tespectfolly inform the Milk
that they - hare taken the show leer occupied by
C.F. Hanky, on Main otters.* few doors helm the
Brick Row, wheys they will keep on hood- a
ziLawamm). eml,Dulaa. otanzak
Truants, grautialt i , wiles, rec.
All articles in their finis manufactured to oilier, and ,
mad, of the bun matetialoand Go workmanship ionuot
be ostpomed in !Northern Psnosylvania, They which
it all from thosO wishing to purchase, confident that
they can gin satisfaction both *s i lo quality sad price.
Cash will be paid for Uidce and NI«, Mos
at the hightia rates, at our shop.
TOWEida, rioa.aliber 1241
LIFE 0 :FIRENSURANCEDEFttt
The canto - States Life Itnikavnnee•axrne!co l
MI the new by rbich
' • -its the profits:
Chanel. Perpetual ... Capital $160,000.
P. 8. Hare, Medical Paaminei, Athens, Pa. InfOr
given. and applications reireivedly -
, .6, NEIEI;De Mhenv.el•
Al‘oai•phialiona far Inguraece. , against base by ;ripe in
The iVithinistoli Col itutuai ininriinee Co.
• Tilt largeettMotual Company in the ' -
Capital over $1,000,000 Over 100,000 members.
The Stage Mutual, ea. ilerrisbenrg. Pa.
The great Pennsylvania Company. being e Farmers
and Merchant's Company. with a large and increasing
cash fund,_ bring both a stork and mutual Company.
J. E. CANFIELD, Agent, Athens, Pa,
Pension aaati i fionnfy land .4geney.
The subvcriber having received all the Pension laws
necessary instructions and forms, frcim the proper de
partment At Washington, will attend , to the application
of !Soldier., "Widow; end minor children of boldiers,
who by the late law are entitled to Bounty Lands for
services rendered during the war of 1812, or any of the
Indian wars since 1700. And all Pension claims
Jet the vitlincot acts of ,Congress; The late pension
law. and decisions giving to many pensions not here.
inform entitled to them. Prompt attention given 1 0 alb
post paid communications, by. _
Athens, Dec- 28, 1850. .1. E. CANFIELD.
THE UNITED STATES'
LIFE INSURANCE, ANNUITY AND TRUST COMPANY.
Chanel Perpetual—Cash system...espital SILO.OOO
Office No. 29, Merchants' Exchange.
nRGANIZED upon the " mixed principle," Stock
V and Mutual, which combined features offer to in
sured members double the usual wearily, The
syste.a of payments hat also been'adopted, thus avoid
ing the heavy drawbacks created by unpaid premium
notes. The table rates of premium, upon which its po
licies are being ironed, is the only scale experience has
proven should be adopted, as affording requisite secur
ity to be insured, and an undoubted guarantee fo'r the
perpetuity of such Institutions. An experimental ta
ble may be found worthless, at the very instant d poli
cy should possess its greatest value. Life Insurance,
very properly, is arresting the attention of the world.
rtie public however, in their commendable willingness
to embrace lied employ its wise and salutary provisions,
should make ultimate security the primary and most
important object, which can only be attained by act ad
jesting 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 amocrin
of profits as shall not affect the stability, or impair the
sacredness of its contracts. Premiums may, at the op
tion of the insured, be paid annually, semi-annually,
or quarterly, in advance. All necessary information,
together with flanks, pamphlets, dm., may be obtaintd
gratis, at the office of .1. E. Ca:trims, Athens, Pa.
DI It ZCTORII.
Stephen R. Crawford, Paul 13 Goan&
Ambrose W. Thompson, Lewrence Johnamr,
Benjamin W. Tingley, George WHenry,
Jacob 1.. Florence, 'emelt Devereux,
William M. Goodwin, John L. Linton.
STEPHEN W. CRAWFORD, President.
Alt sumac W. Tnoxesow, Vice President.
CHAS. G. Nuts', Secretary and Treasurer.
COUNSEL AEU A TTORNIST--ThOellad
F. 8. Horr, Medical Examiner for Athena
T\ISSOLUTION:—Notice is hereby given, that the
jJ partnership heretofore existing between the sub
scribers in the Harness and Trunk making business is
this tbsy dissolved by mind consent. 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, are notified that unless de
livered at the time agreed, Club *ill be expected.
E. smrni„ ,
C. T. SMITH,
November 15, 1850. JERE CULP.
E. Smith c Son,
RESPECTFULLY inform the public that They
.1.1. will continue the business at their old stand, north
side of the Public square, and will keep on hand. and
manufacture to order. every variety of SADDLES,
HA RN ESS, TRUNKS, VA LICES, &c., of the best
materials and of workmanship, not to be surpassed.
\By Benet attention to business, and promptness in
(uniting engagements, they hope to continue the lib.
eral patronage they have heretoforelmjoyed.
CARRIAGZ Taturso will be done on short notice,
in the neatest manner. •
All kinds of Grain, Produce, Hides, Sheep Pelts,
will be taken in exchange for work.
ESMITH & SON have removed their Saddle &
lAMB Harness Shop to the building nearly opposite
the Ward House, late the "North Pennsylvanian"
printing olliee—on main street. Jan..
CHARLES K LADD, M. D.
11110HY81ClAN AND BURGEON, Office in the
"Union Bloci," up stairs; North side of the
Public Square, over Elwell's Lew Office. Entrance
between Elwell's and Adams' law offices; where he
may always he found when not professionally ensaged.
Towanda, July 12, 1850.
A New Era in Newspapers.
HE CITY BUDG ET is designed to fill a blank in
in the newspaper world, of Refined and Elegant
Literature, Wit, Humor, Graphic Life Sketches of For
eign Countries, and the rvery-day conversations and
the manners of their people. Each number will be em
bellished with spendid engravings, engraved from new
and original designs by the best Artists in America.
No old cute or foreign witticisms, tehaehe.', will be
admitted, but everything will have the advantage of
Families will find this an interesting Journal for their
parlor table, as from it not only Information of the most
agreeable and pleasant kind may he obtained, but they
will find soTething to amuse them in their leisure
There is no paper like this at present in America, if
in teed there be one in any part-of the world ; but our
people are a reading people, and require, as we shall
give them, subjects of ipterest and amusement in e
cheap and conthersed form. We are entirely different
from the 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.
cry Evety Country Merchant and Family should
read David Alwyn, or the Ruined Country Merchant;
A 'peep into Mercantile Agencies ; which has created
such a great sensation in business circles, and wilt be
continued every week until it is concluded. It is de.
signed to show op in their true tight those spies who
live by misrepresentation of the most private affairs t♦f
Merchants and Fami les, to the injury of trade and•tre
demoralisation of man.
A ample copy-of the:City Budget will he sent by
•inail to any address in the country. if required
Thre,is not a paper in America that gives as much
! original reading matrer for the saute price. • -
Price One Dollar per annum or. Two. Cents pet sin•
gle copy. : for sale by Newsboys and Newsagents
throughout the United, States.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS & POSTMASTERS. "
The CITY BUDGE I' will be famished to Clubs at
the following low prices: .
8 Copies to one address, $5 00
10 " " 8 00
20 440 15 01
30 o 14 21. 00
40 - " " . ....... .•• • . 4 ...26 00
50 " .• 30 00
100 a " ;50 00
All communications must be pro-Palk and eddiese.
eil to R. F. MATHER & Co„
AIWE assortment of Cloths Cassaimeres and
41._41 Etattinetts, also Calico and other Ojy Gooda so
asap that defies eompetion at PHINNEY'B,
PRINTED Mowlo end Turkey Reds', as well es
II Large stock of Calicoes, Detaioes, Casionern
and Almeria, can be found for sale by
Nev. 7. il. KINGSBERY & CO.
162 filliOU street Ni
I.; :I -e=.• '', lifthWd•h
Dr '• Fr.-.,,,kcami97',-.':'F, Medicines
L- ,".. ~: .; -iitiiielv-
ith's. -u iie
Pulmonary Bahrrint,. fE epatitive Elyrap, ••
Pectins' Espaount, •• Heart COmector,-
Pulmonary I.lnimeht; ' , Humor
Antitryspeptie Mizture,.. Co* and thiduirtiellib;
Nervirie , Female Plit%.
Vermin:se, '' :' .• . Partite BPeOfie,
Pure and Medieinit'Cod"Liier Oil; rte.' ,'
Mid by Aim etititoatiN and iath'unyreecarenteci sue
cos in the treatmeekof Coughs,, Colds, Consumplum
'Whin°, heart Weasel; I,lNspipsfp, &rof.ski, Skin
Disease" ;Rk . ersaretirev,'FemoleVompirints;Plie% At
Dr. Fiteh'elusequalled Patent "liver plated abdoming
supporter.; Improved plated steel spring shoulder
brace; Dr. Fitch's silver labeling tube.
Dr, Filth's Celebrated SEE' 14corr.es
On the prevention and cure of Consamption. Asthma
Diseases of the Heart. Ate., and on the method o
presetting health end beauty to AO old age.
This book should be in every family. To the Con.
sumptiv,e it points out the only reasonable hopet for re•
lief. To mothers, tbedirections it gives in the care and
education of children ate invaluable. 78,000 copies u
this book have passed through tho press, and the sale
For ask by 8.8. Frrim & Co., 709 Broadway, N.
Y., and HUSTON & PORTER, Towanda., and -►y
C. E. RATRBONB, Canton.
T y Dr. Fitehie Guide lo Inridids. or directions to
persons using Dr. Fitch's remedies„to be had gratis - of
all the agents. 13y
TO THE SOUND SENSE OF TOE COMMUNITY.
The following equalled series of Family Medicines
muy:he depended upon with the utmost - confulei.ce.
They hari the dpprobution ol the best physi
cians in the country, and are mann
mended by all who have used them
as superior to any medicines.'
They lave been before the Public for five years,
During which time more than 5000 certificates have
been received from eminent public men
and othess,and are now on file '
at the Company', office.
They are Compounded
With the utmost care and skill, and the ingredients
are thoroughly. tested by scientific chemists, so
that medicines of a uniform and reliable qua•
lily are guaranteed in ell Uses.
THE GRAEFENBERG VEGETABLE PILLS,
Are particularly valuable for the prevention - and cure of
Fevers in general, all Bilious and Liver Complaints,
Jaundice, General Debility, Common and Sick
Headache. Dyspepsia, Heart Burn, Costiveness,
Griping, Urinary Dirieases. Obstructions of
the Menses, Influenza, Asthma, and for a
variety of other Chronic Diseases; in
fine, kir all ordinary family uses.
( L l'Fulf directions for the various Diseases accompany
each box. Prize 25 cents a box.
The Gmetenberg Dysentery Syrup,
A speedy and infallible remedy in Diarrhcca, Dysente
ry, Bloody Flux, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infautum
and the ASIATIC CROLCISA, if taken with the first
symptoms, viz: vomiting and client:rea. It ne
ver fails to cure the worst possible eases of
bowel complaints, generally in a few boom
sbldom beyond a day. It is Pvaxxx
VtorreaLa, anal taken in en] quan
tity is perfectly harmless.
The Drattenberg Gran Mountate Ointment.
Invaluable for Burns, Wounds, Sprains, Chilblains,
Coma. Bores, Swel ings of all kinds, Rheumatism,
Erysipelas, Bronchitis. Scrofula, Ulcers, Pains in
the side and back immediately relieved. Inflam
mation of the Bowels, and for all cases where
there is Inflammation.
iltarabstil Uterine entitoticen.
A contain cure for Prolapses Uteri. and for most of the
distressing complaints incident n) thunder. Pre
pared by Dr. THEO. POMEROir r of Utica,
solely for the Greefenberp Company.
TAX (Wain eascircesseri NIDICINTI ARC
Eye Lotion, Health Bitters,
Consninptice Balm, Ferer and Agar Pills,
Children's Panacea, Libby 's Pile Ointment,
n, The. Graefenberg Manual of Health, a complete
hand-book of medicine for families. Price fifty cents.
Office,2l4 Broadway, New York.
Csuttox.—The public is requested to bear in mind
th*t euerything prepared by the Grsefenberg Company
has their seal upon h..
Spurious articles have been issued closely resembling
the genuine in every particular, except the seal, and
the utmost care should be used before purchasing.
Agents for Bradford County—Dr. HUSTON and
Dr. PORTER, Towanda. Iy3B
J. MINTOSH, DENTIST,
T_TAS removed to a few doors below Bridge street,
LI on the East side of Main-et. in the building for
merly occupied by J. D: . llfontsnye Esq.
All operations amounting to $5O, or over, one hel
to be paid down, the remainder in three months. I
the operation proves unsatisfactory, the money paid will
be refunded. A note of hand however must sacure the
payment of th 3 half left unpaid, walla proviso.
Taczyvialo 1:102311.3 2
THE SUBSCRIBER. 'having bow completed his
arrangements for the accommodation of the Travel
mg Puh!ic, feels a arranted in soliciting his share of
Public Patronage. His 7'oble shall be furnished with
the best the market affords. His Stabling is Large and
Wenn. His Bar shall be filled with as good' Lignor
as are to he found in the country.
BESIDES, for the accommodation of many, the
subscriber is manufacturing Boots, Shoes Saddlee, Hor
nets, Trunks and Valets, hc., §e. And keeps on
band • good assortment of PATENT MEDICINES,
for all of which his patrons will be asked only a mode
rate price. - -
Coma one, come all, both far and near
A home you'l find, a home to cheer,
And a cheap article if you would buy
Ca(l at Lacefsille and try.
For rimer patronage and favors, the public will
please accept the sincere thanks of T. D, SPRING.
Laceyville, Feb., 13, 1851.
MYSTERIOUS KNOCKINGS IN TOWNIA!
Clock, Watch, and Jewelry Store !
A.M. WARNER takes this method
informing his old customers and the
public generally, that he has purchased
,of J.P.Oul his stock of Watches, Clocks
o' and Jewelry, and commenced the above
business in alt of its various branches at theold stand
of the latter, on Main street, two doors southl of Brick
Row. His reputation as a watch repairer is so well
established in this community, that it is hardly neces
sary to say d word on that point.' With his long es
penence and great advantages for acquiring a thorough
knowledge of the business, be has confidence in saying
to the public, bring on your watches soil eludes, I will
do them justice.
All goods sohl,or Repairing done, warranted as I
recommend, or the money refunded.
A good assortment of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
kept constantly on bend.
My motto shall be—quick sales small profits, cash
down, and no credit given. Credit need not he asked
for—as I am bound not to make it. acquaintince.
Towanda, July 12, 1850. A. M. W ARDIER.
r largest Sol mostcomplete ikon men% of school,
J blink and miscellaneous BOOKS & STATION
ERY ever offered in ibis market, and at very low prices;
now just opening :at di° O.D. DARTLETI"S.
GREENS - TYPE POUNbRYp
No.lCCAtit.Or rfrerkl,4th ." tfdssikijaresv cork
17'Oditai Rit4 Netitlrreatt.
To Newspaper . Iredildiers and Printers
Turrs oclafidence I invite thd track, /*tore they
- VI . purchase elsewhere, to give we dealt at No.
128 Fultormtneet, New York, or at Na IT Canal-st.
Row, New Orleans, where / am' ready to: furnish
them with all kinds of, •
BOOK AND NEWSPAPER TIePE - i,
of the netiest and most beautia 'stile. - 1 - am also
prepared' to • supply the Much admired Scotch letter,
baring lately procured from Semiarid a series
these beautiful faces, together with' every variety of
form arid patterit of • '
ORNAMENTAL. AND JOBBING TYPE S
Bordering, drc:, I feel assured that the elgance
and accuracy of all the Type maUrifictuied by me
cannot be surpaased - by any Founder in the Union.
By an entirely new method in the mixing and 'Cast
ing I am enabled to retain ibe siriner com•
neat parte of the metal, and thus to produce,in addi
tion to an elegant she most
SOLID AND DURABLE TYPE,
heretofore offered the public. To this last feature I
would in. particular call attention. for solidity and
durability of Type is on the principle of economy,
of the greatest importance to all typographers. The
members of the craft will also find me ready to•sup•
ply all , kinda.of
PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE,
for the establishment of completel'rinting Offices.
such as Presses, Wood Type, Crises,Stands, Brass,
Press and Wood Rules, Imposing Stones, Compos
ing Stick, Brass and Wood Galleys, Riglets, Mosel
Old Type taken in exchitnge fog new at 9 cents
per lb. The Trade dealt with on'' the most liberal
terms, and patronage solicited on the ground of fur.
nishing to the purchaser of an article with which
he will be pleased and which will bring him the
worth of his money.-.
Editors or Printers wishing to.establish a News
paper or Job Printing Office, will be furnished with
an estimate in detail of the cost by stating size of
paper and kind of work to be executed.
• .Publishers of Newspapers who will insert this
advertisementthree months and send me the papers
containing, it addressed to " Nesbitf's Register.,"
New York; will be paid in materials of my manu
facture, provided They purchase six times the amount
of their bills.fof advertising. . -
• . , if:GREEN,
No. 128 Fulton-st. New York, and
No. 17 Canal-st. Row, New Orleans.
LAFAYETTE BURR MILL STONE
- . ilfr imuctrrActiroar.
THE undersigned, formerly Foreman for many years
of the Lafayette Burr Mill Stone manufactory,
240 Washington street N. Y., (W. Track, Agent)
would inform his friends and the public in general, that
he has established a BURR MILL , STONE MANU
FAPTORY at Binghamton, N. Y. in t‘ Leroy Build
ing" opposite " Phenix Hotel," and. solicits a share
of their patronage.
lie will have constantly on hand a large' . stock of
Fr rich Burr MBE Stones, as also • large supply of
B Ines t Kan Stones, also French Burr Blocks, Roll
in Ctoth,'Screen Wire and Calcined Plaster.
he undersigned assures his friends and the public,
the be will faithfully execute all Oiders entrusted to
his care, not only is quality, but is prices of articles
furbished, 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.
Binghamton, May 24,1851
Removed. to B. Kingsbery's Block !
U' A. Chamberlin,
~. T_T A 8 just returned from the city
AP- 11 of New York with a large
71" supply,e ware, comp r is in g actothmesp'" j'Jewel r ylarly and
'(.. the following articlesg i
T ., L'Epine and Plain Watches, with
k .: l)k .
-_ ) 4 ' ---,.., a complete - assortment of Gold
------- Jewelry, such u Ear Rings, Fin
ger Rio ye, Breast Pins, Bracelets. Lockets, Gold chains,
Gold Pens, Keys, etc. Also, all sorts of Silverware,
and any quantity of Steel Beads—all of which he cams
for sale exceeedingly cheap for CASH.
Watches repaired on short notice, and warranted
to run well, or the money will be refunded. and a writ
ten agreement given to that eject if required. ,-.
N. B.—MAPLE SUGAR; and Country Produce
taken in payment for work ; and 11193. karn now, and
forever ,that Me Produce must be periel mhen the work
is done—l war against credit in all its forms.
W. A. CHAMBERLIN, Agent.
Towanda, April 28, 1850.
New Chair and Bedstead Wareroom.
It.ESPF,CTFULLY informs the public that he has
opened a shop at his new hope, corner of Main
and Paine sheets, nearly opposite Masson, Ov'erton'e,
Towanda, where he will keep orehand or manufacture
to order, Flag-seated, Cottage, Windsor. Fancy, Cane
seated and Common CHAIRS, made of the best ma
terials, and of superior durability.
He has also for sale an assortment of Balurrr.sns,
at low prices
Repairing and Seating Common, Cane-bottom and
Fiag•seated Chairs, on reasonable terms.
Cherry, Bass Wood, Whitewood and Cucumber lum
ber taken in payment for work.
He trusts that his long acquantance in this county,
and the durability of his work as tested by many years
experience, will secure him a share of public patron.
age. Towanda, March I, 1851.
HAYING located in Towanda, his services may
be obtained by addressing a line through the Post
Office, or by calling at 'the - office of Ulysses Mercur,
Esq. , where he will be found, or where a written ap.
licatpton may be MI. Nei. I, 1850,
E. H. MASON,NI, D.,
fIFFICE on. Maid street, four doors below Bridge
\./ stteet, where he may be found, when not profrs
sionally. engaged . Towanda, Nor .30, 1850.
8 4 1233111111, Pd.
THE subscriber respectfully informs the public that
he has taken possession of his old stand, in the
south part of the Bore' of Athena, where he will be at
all times happy to see his friends, 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 old patrons of the
" Mansion," and the visit of those who desire a corn.
Portable and convenient stopping-place..
His Tascs will t-is well supplied—and the best
quote be procured for the Das.
Goon STABLING is attached with careful and atten
An omnibus will ho run to the Waverly sta
tion, to carry passengers to and Nun every train, east
Of west. . E. S. MATIIEWBON.
Athens April 18, 1851
4 'DOZEN more.of those cheap and good LINEN
-14 covrs, this day received by
May 29. 11. 45‘.. A. CAMPBELL.
JOHN W. IsULLIVAN
hillieta aot Despair
AnOlatiekiiic . 64 f•ectksfroirt Deati, by
Th e Mowing Case l oite. of the. Vesta*
of medicine nem &bale ever published in m e th
tort'. 1 Old it l.• ,; •
and f or the, beneAt of my afflicted,fellew beim
sire to make itithiliki short deeeriptiou of my
and the unezpetleasum I . obtairted from BCfs.i
PULMONMMIIItikt ',About threeyear s
•alliicted Wit.) erridilehich settled on;
.and aide, and every lew days . wouIlJ rase by
ble bloods my edugh.was tight dial distressing,
day I bad violent, ferret, ,lereeping :chilli, and
sweats Pight,iiiith great Madly of Went?
,grist leg of iPpetite; my est* was 'enti,
Wed; being confine to my bed room of the
Two of the most Matting physicians of this
tended me. and after exhausting all' their s ki
pounced my case incum6hi. Indeed, one
lungs were almost gone, and I could not
cover. At this' stage of my disease, I was
upon to try Dr. Schenek's Pulimmic Syrup,
had taken half a dozen bottler, was so fat
as to be to go abont the house. It seemed
en my whole system—it lodemeif the cough al
ped the Weeding..v(l' Lowrie became rep!
every thing I ate, seemed to digest easily and
my whole system. Indeed; such — was the
gams of my health and so midden the chin,
became too sanguine of a speedy tore, and
ed the use of the medicine before the
thoroughly eradicsied # which resulted in snot
of bleeding at the longs last tall, accompanied
vetoing cough. I again commenced taking
movie Syrup, and sent for Dr. Schenck win
careful esatnination,,adviaed me to continue
Before I had taken four bottles,. an abscess f
my side, which gathered and broke, disc/la/4 4
as I can judge, a pint of very disagreeable y,
ter. This seemed to cleanse and : purify my It)
tern, From this time !began to get. better,
happy to sly entirely reamed. lam sore
time I enjoy better health than' I have for th e
years. t3ince I commenced taking the Pobar
up, I have never failed to recommend it el
went, that others, V Well as myself; might
'rived from that awful disease; for I feel it
owe to the afflicted to priblish it to the world.
me to mention a few cases which have con'
immediate observation. , Being on a visit
N. J, 1 1 111 summer, I saw a. child, evidently ii
stage of bowel consumption. The mother
me that the physicians bad given the. child el
curable. I told her what benefit I bastreceil
the use of Schenck's , ,Pylnionic Syrup, and
her to procure a bottle., I heard -nothing me
the little sufferer until about threemonth . elle,
in the market, my attention was drawn toil,
observed me very attentively. She finally al
me, and asked if I was not the lady who re(
ed Sehenck's Pulmonic Syrup to her dying
summer in Camden. I replied that I was.
that her child had entirely reehvered, and ws
manly healthy. Her name is Hrs. Wilson,
resides in Brideaburg. Anothe'rkady I Would
in particular', who had a actofolons affection.
and neck presented one continued kore,and ,
eyes was variously affected with it. \\ She had
greatly emaciated, and to all appeara7 past
I induced her to try Schenck ' s Pulmo rc Syi
she did, and is now perfectly cured. Anoti
Mrs. McMullen, whose, residence I will'i t ve
cation, was evidently in the last stage of (, ni
I prevailed upon her to try the Palmonic Sy
very short time she was entirely recovered, si
jots excellent health, having become exceedii
These are three eases within my. knowledge,
know were cured by enck's Putmonic,Syi
who doubt this state eat ,, and will take the t.
call on me at my I 'deuce Parrish street II
above tenth north a de, I think . I will be able
tictorily convince em by owh case, and di
I know have been 'cured by this Syrup. Si,
cure, therii have been so many to see me toluic
.I took, that I have had a very good °norm
knowing a great many that have taken it, and
been greatly benefitted thereby, and I think if
afflicted with Consumption or Liver Complaii
send for Dr. Schenck, and let him carefully
their lungs, and if he says he can cure them, I
directions, and prevent taking cold, they will
GULIELMA L. L
Philadelphia, May 29, 1899
J. 11. •SIIENCIE—Dear Sir—l bare kn.
Lawn for several years, as a meniber of my
and have all confidence in her state=ment, and
joiced to find her again restored to health, At
more, in addition tatter atatement;is needless.
Yours, truly, THOS. L JANE W
Pastor of the North Presbyterian
Philadelphia, June 20, 1849. , 6th st. at
Prepared and sold by .1. H.SCHENCK,at
orratory S. E. corner Coates & Marshall eta.,
the following Agents in Bradford County.
Geo. A. Perkins, Athens; D. Apiley, Lem
Humphrey, Orwell; Maynard & Woodbt
J. J. Warford, Monroeton ; D. D. ,Parktiorst
C. E. Rathbone, Canton • King & Yoghurt
and by MIX & MASON,owanda.
Pries, $1 -- bottle or $5 - half dr
The best and cheapest Family Medicine ,
Dr. Roberts' Compowi
An alterative, Tonic, Diuretic and mi
Price 23 cents per box, contaming
Each box contains fifty pills, which mall
cheap again as any other standard pill, ar
cheaper, and warranted much superior it
various diseases, to any of the Syrup con
besiues being a more convenient ono pi
The astonishing success which has suet.
of Dr. Roberts Compound Sarsaparilla Mb
abundant and conclusive that they are truly
Nature's Own Remedies.
and that they will cure all curable disk
and more pleasantly than any other me(
knOwn. The Pills are principsily an 'altry
eine, (their basis being the solid extract of
prepared in a superior manner.) but (milieu
artic to gently assist nature, without purging
sully, which make them peculiarly adapted
and enfeebled persons, invigorating and it,
the body, purifying the system. Prwitzeing
blood 'end a healthy action of the stomach t
They are acknowledged by our ablest pt
be not only unexceptionable, but et:Heathen'
est degree, and as a genetst
Family Medici= Macqi
The Compound Sarsaparilla Pills are
permanent cure of those diseases vrhicl
impute state of the blood, and morbid •
liver and stomach, viz., erysipelas. scroi
evil, ulcers, scald bead, obstinate cilia
blotches, boils, pimples, sore, welt or it
glandular sarellingM, rheumatic alrections„
tones and joints, dropsy, dyspepsia, sstbm&
and dysentery, coughs, colds, consumption
ed by capillary obstructions of the fangs fi
scrofulous' constitutions, inflamation of '
fluenzi, indigestion, headache, jaundice.
chill (event, and fevers: in general, general
debility, and diseases arising from an injw
mercury, and whenever medicine is Werth
rate.and purify the system.
They are a purely vegetable compound,
used by persons of all ages. They are '
palate, aid produce Ito nausea, uneasier*
in their operation. Hundreds of certifier
given of those who have used them wid
We ask no person to take our word es
of the medicine, but call on the agent and
box, and,if on trial it does not give the tor
infection, they can return the box amine
ey paid for the same. Purchasers will
to ask for' " Robert's Compact , '
Pills," and observe that the green ernlPP ei
box hu a fac simile of the signature of lei
M. D. and C. P. Paz, and to purchase no
All applications for 'geodes and fetters
ject of the medicine, must ho addressed,
C. P. Fay, Owego, Tioga Co.. N. Y.
For sale by HUSTON & PORTCR,
Imo Iron I Iron
:211 TON 4 American, English and S.
1-1 a general aswortment of Waive
Rat bar, hand and hoop, now rcceisrd.
the ton or smaller quantity, wt ME.
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