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Mgrtetattq c oC.
It isms to bs a principle recognized, that cattle
degenetateith:a change, of climate
~with a lew
- esceptions:- accordingly every district in ' Engin - MI
has its pecotiar orodc, which - is generally the native
breed improved by judicious selection. So vala
ble is accumulation, that the judicious breeder sel
dom discards the native stock, but builds upon itby
careful selection and crossing; and poor as our na•
live sleek of Cattle may appear, we are little aware
how much of that appearance i§ owing to intlifler•
ent keeping and bad management, or what vast im
provement effected by a more judicious course
We once 'knew a physician in country practice
who hatro fine eye for a cow, and who, when be
met With one that pleased his fancy, would pur
chase her, perlmps for eight or ten dollars; and by
judicious keepirig, and management, increased Tier
milk from a quart to several gallons at a milking;
she then became the wonder of the neighborhood,
and was soon purchased by some less. judicious
person, torn very high :price;isnother purchased
in her -stead, showing the Same result. And this
person, whriwas a man of great observation and
judgment, and' evoted to agricultural pursuits, of,
ten declared his conviction of the ability, if his pro
fessional engagement permitted, to raise from our
native cattle a mock for the dairy equal to any that
could be imported. The-fact is, that for producing
a good steak of our own, the material is not so much
svantingin our own cattle, for nature everywhere
aifords.favorable specimens of her work; we only
require move information and discernment among
our breeds. What avails the selection of the best
individuals it those ate ignorant of anatomy, and of
-the poin's indicating the best qualities to be desir
Cattle are nied for three purpbses an ox for
draught, coareas producers of milk, or for the food
thei - eflets
anipsrtain points caroms giving activity
and endatince to.the or. There are others indicat
ing rr_tiiliting propensity in the cow; there are
others again, denoting' a tendency to, convert food
into,,fitt .Iher parks are certain, and easily under
observation anti study, but they no more
..mrtte:hy'nature - than yet:Weigand wilting does toes.
AVe then advise our farmers 16 make therriseive
acquainted with those points of ,form by resorting
16 the best advice they can procure on the subject;
let them select a certain number of our native cat.
lie, according to the information they shall obtain,
and keeping them in the bet manner, let them
select from their ofispring those individuals only as
breeders having the points they hive learned to es
teem ; every year they will find the produce come
near their standards of protection, and they would
venture to confer a high sounding name npon them
which will be alt that iv wanted to enable them to
rival the imported.
CURRANTS AND Gooscricasurs.—lt is preumed that
not one in 'a hundred understands the. simple pro
cess of cultivating either currants 'or gooseberries,
although it has been tletailedtin sil the horticultural
books with which the world abounds. Thousand
of perions, with 'every appliance of success, are
still content to live without a plentiful supply of
these-delicious, healthy and cheap luxuries, merely
because they have ,not thought of the matter. They
have a few'stinted bushes set in the grass, with
three fourths of the stock dead, and then wonder
why they do n-it bear in abundance.
There is not a more beautiful shrub growing than
the currant, properly propagated; ,and the same
may be said of the gooseberry. Cultivators who
pay most attention to the subject, never allow the
root to ma k e but one stock or, as the English say,
"Make them stand on one leg" thus forming a
beautilul miniature tree.
To do this you must take sprotra of last years
growth, and cut out all the eyes, or buds in the
wood, leaving only two or three at the top then
push them about half the length of coning, into mel-
low ground, when they will root and run up a tat
gle stock, forming a beautiful symmetrical head.—
If you wish it higher, cut the eyes out again the
second year. I have.,entriis feet high. This pla
ces your fruit out of the way ol.hens, and prevents
the gooseberries from mildewing, which often hap
pens when the Iruit lies on or near the ground, and
-ii shaded by a superabundance of leaves and
sprouts. it changes an unsightly bush which cum
bers and disfigures your garden into a ornamen tal
dwarf tree. The fruit is large and will last on the
bushes by growing in perfection until late in the
The mass of people suppose that the roots make
out from the km, buds. It is not so; they start
from the balk and wood, at where it is cut from the
'E GREEN BEAN., Pus, /ail, CORN IN Wm
tentleman says that he saw in January
is as succulent, to all appearances, as they
to plucked from the vine five or six
:fore. The mode of preparing them, is,
lien of the proper size for eating, shell
dly dry in cloths in the shade. All the
wary is to keep them from moulding; this
r will be fine and sweet the Wowing
leans may be preset ved in the same way
Gr e e n n may be preseraed in the following
man ner: ck the ears of green corn when fit
lot belling, 6 off the husk and thtow the ears in
a kettle of boil water; Iso them arriil theewa
ter boils over Ili , when they must be taken out;
shell off the corn b running the prong of a fork
along the base of th rain, holding the ear with
one-end against the breis.—this is more expeditous
ancl:ettreeill the grain, infusing the heart or germ,
which is the sweetest pait.
After,.being thus prepared, it lutist be spread out
thittA - Oloths in a shady, airy place to. dry; it
:.=: , .Stirredevery day until dried thoroughly.
v eoOkla it a.. should be tin cold water and Or' et • - 1 "/
itzt mum: More; the water to be pretty well
y 4 ifed all When the wateris"nearly off, a little
milkadtled ,to it will improve the taste
tlititvasear..-Tritn shrubs of all kinds. If your
garden and 'yard bei without them, let suelleases,
reproach exist no kmger against pou, but ,obtain a
Itoipliond have them planted out during the early,
pan` of the month;: the earlier , the better. •
, ASEaart %Una KNOWING „
tares or four
anOlf,to t:plot, of water. Then with a gilding
ypty and trainee, and the_ flies
eitilheirtlete washed. Tbo
withnit ihe least tipprehenSloll4.,it gal not
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Another Rescue by .•
1724 1 20.111X0 13 1
. 213.17 r.
was On the verge hf the grave, mid 'so fat abut that
my family and friends had lost all hopes of my re:.
cover)! ; and when in sitriation, - havtng been res
cueirby'tbT itse.of Schenek's-Pulemmitt:§Yrup,l
photo testify, with grateful emotion to Dr. Schenck;
the unspeakable benefit I have received from the, nee
of his invaluable medicine.
Early last fall, I contracted
,a violent , told, and ht
consequence of which I had chills, alternated vvith fe;,"
vet, pains in My rieht breast and shoulder Wade, with'
a bad cough, , and no expectoration. I kept getting
worse until I took my bed, and had the nttendanee of
my family physician. I was under his care about four
weeks, and at the expiratiohof that time was reduced
so low that despair took bold of myself and frusitdris
and even' my ,physician abandoned me and gayo.iite
up to die with, the hasty consumption. My appetite
was gone, my- bowels- very irregular: fever and night.
sweats, pain in my breast and shoulder. attended with
a distressing cough, which was very tight ; my flesh
had nearly al gone, and was so weak that I could
scarcely'raise my head from the pillow, and was truly
an object of pity to behold. My friends had been eent
for to ave me die, and. my sick bed was surrounded by
kind and svmpathiiing neighbors, who bad tome to
witness my.departure from MIS world.
When ell rays of hope bed fled of my recovery, a
neighbor, Mr. David Conrad, proposed to try Schcnck'a
Pulmonic Syrup, with a view of loosening my cough
and relieving me of the tough phlegm, and as a means
of affording temporary relief, remarking at the time,
"that I woe too begone for the Sy rem to be of any
permanent benefit." My wife, anxious for the relief
of my intense sufferings, procured some of the Pub
monie Syrup: I found it afforded me relief, and con-,
tinned using it. I could feel its healing influence
upon my lungs.
I continue to improve under its use, and my friends
were much gratified to witness my unexpected tm
provement ; many of my neighbors came to look at me
as one raised from the dead. •
My. cough now became loose, and I felt something
break, wien I had the pain in my ()least, and I dis
charged large quantities of yellow matter. I have for
weeks discharged and raised a epti box fu/1 of matter
every day, with hard lumps-like grains of something.
My bowels now became regular and natural, and my
appetite was so far improved, that I could scarcely re.
frain from eating too much. My strength improved,
and I regained my flesh.
I continued to improve in every respect soon after I
commenced using the Syrup, and the impirnicinent
continued until I was restored to my health. I have
passed through the inclement weather of the fatter
part of winter and the spring, and feel as wolf now as
ever 1 felt in my life, and I am this day a living testi
mony'of the great efficacy of Schenck's Pulmomc,
Syrup in curing pulmonary diseases.
Lit this statement Ile thought too highly colt redby
somepeciple, I subjoin certificates of a number of the
inbabitantWaTacony, who saw me at different times
during my disaase; and never expected to Fee me restor
ed. I aim) append the certificate of the brothers of
ltrystic Lodge, NU. '270. 1. 0. of 0. r., who k in dly
watched over me, and folly believed they wool.] con
sign my remains to the tomb ; but, thanks to Dr,
Schenck for his invalwilile ,Pultrionic Syrup. my life
has been spared, rind I ant permitted to makethe fore
going statement fir the benefit of suffering mankind.
I at Tacony, and am well known by most of
the people there, and will he gratified to have any
person call upon me and learn more particulars of the
virtues of this medicine.. JOHN C. GREEN.
dune 24th, 1851. •
The subscribers, members of the Mystic I od re, No.
270, I.o'. of 0. F. of Hohnesburg. Po. do hereby cer
tify that we kyr , . John C. Green. (and is a member
in good standina in No. 270 I. 0. of 0, F.) who was
dangerously ill with rt ?low P im 'nary Consumption.
last wink r, nu that they give him ep .ri die ; that he
is now fully testored to perfect health, and they believe
his recovery was produced by Schenclea Pulmonic
• .. ,
We believe his certificate is correct in every par
ifEis:ll.Y NEFF. P.
ALFRED ROBINSON , P. G.
",- • ABRAH M ARTHUR, B. G.
•J. C.OsMAN. N. G: .
JACOB MIATERm AN, JR. '4F,_
JAMES C: CALVER.
nolrneshurg, Philadelphia Ca:, i•ine
The undersigned, residents of Tatony. Matt triltsir
above Philadelphia, being well aegis:limed with John
C. Green, and the circualstustees attending his case,
feel impelled by a deep sense of imperative duty, to
make universally linaOrn to the medic his entire recov
ery from the very last stages of Pulmonary Consump.
dun. So entirely helpless was his condition, having
been but a brief period sin -e in that , iaPidiy • sinkm;
and emaciate state, as to ore-ly prechule, in the opin
ion of his physicians and friends, who watched by his
bedside, all hopes of even a temporary recovery and
restoration to his present robust health. Thus the care
fie use of your invaluable Specific, the Pulmonic Syr
up, makesit our belief, under the circumstances of his
previous prostrate. not to say dying condition, etieof
the most startlidg results that the. whole annals of ate&
cal skill er science can produce. It deserveabe
perishably reco-ded•to your credit, and secure to you,
the greatest discoverer of this hitherto turnediless dis
ease, a lasting monument and a world-wide reputation
in the healing art, that no time may either diminish or
destroy. Having witnessed Mr. Green's distressing
struggles- and sufferings from a continued cough, so
peradded to the other symptoms consequent upon, or
attending to the lasi stages of a pulmonary disease;
and moreover, it being so generally believed by his nu
merous friends that no human power could relieve, or
protract his life. much less restore him back again to
his•forrner health, we feel it thus our duty to give our
unqualified testimony of Mr. Green's perfect recovery.
by means of the exclusive use of your wonderful Syr
up ; and we should indeed rejoice if we could be made
the humble instruments of relief and cure to others who
may be so unfortunate as to be similarly aided.
David Conrad, Jesse Duffield,
C. Ilinekle, A. Heath,
Joseph Head,.Jr., Jesse Watson,
Stephen Lukens, Ro-ert Allyn,•
Matthew Toden, James Tot*:
John 13loomesbury, Allen Vandegat.
Prepared Only, by Dr. Schenck, and sold, whole
sale and retail, by his sole agents, John Gilbert & Co„
.Wholentle Druggists, 177 North Third street, Phil'a.
Clieken' & Co. 81 Barclay street, N. Y. Redding & Co.
No. 8 State et, Boston ; H. Blakeley, comer Third and
Chestnut streets. St. Louis ; and by principal Druggists,
throughout the United Mates. And by the following
Agents in Bradford County :
H. C. Porter, Towanda ; D. Bailey & Son. Leßays
ville ; T. Humphrey, Orwell; Maynard & Woodburn,
Rome ; J.. 1. Warford, Nanroa ; D. D. Parkhurst,.
Leßoy; C. B. Rathbono,Canton; King dc Vosburg
Troy,: G.„.A. Perkins, Athena.
}All letters addressed to DR. LIT. SCHENCK,.
Cate of John Gilbert er Co., What sale Druggists, No.
177 North Third street, Philadelphia.
SAVE YOUR MOWIEY.
CIEUVEMiI3 V. lIVL=DLOINBG CO.,
(LATE rasslams, DODOES AND CO.)
RTERS AND JOBBERS.
144 Broadway, one Door south of Liberty et, N. Y.
TIAVE now oivirand, and will be receiving daily
LL through the season, New Goods, direct from the
European manufacturers, and cash Auctions, rich,
fashionable, fancy Silk Millinery Goods, Our stock
of Rich Ribbons, comprises every variety of the blest
and most beautiful designs imported.
Many of our goods ere manufactured expressly; ' -So
our order, from our own designs and patterns, and:
stand unrivalled. We offer our goods fur 'nett Cash;
et lower prices than any; credit Home in America can
All prchisers will find it greatly to their interest to
'reserve a portion of. their money and make selections
from our great variety. of ri • ,chcap goods; rr. •
Ribbons ?ph for Bonnets„ Paps, Sashes and Halts,
.Bonnet Wks, ,
Etibmideries, Colisii."::Chertneetts; ,•f I: Berthas,
Habits, Sleeves. Cnifatilglugslitri#ltt - - ";;!g14 Em.
broidered Laces for ShisrliV,ldartlitlitif, an alls,Horti;
ion, Meth len Valerie leper' Ind' B !!!! 1 5' ' '
ash - 1124 Woven Thread ; Smyrna, - Three;
Cotton Lace S, • Kid, -Lisle Thread, Silk, and Sewing
Silk °loses And Mitts, French and American Artificial
FlOiter4 French Lace, English, Aunties's and Italian,
Stew Borgia and Trimmings. - -
March. 17, • '
.•.. , ,, , I.fili.s . C.illogol.l‘ -. _....
OOTS. - SH,OESI
trAremoyiel hie 'establishment to
.0. l , rix's,fi o 97l
:1.1. corner of team street sod the public square, end
will e.ontiauethe manufacture trf Doota - and fibousOiS
'heretofore,::-•_ • ..: •-• " . • '
Ile has just received from New Yerire large'a4Ort'
went of:Worriereii CP6Ol'O4O llfiageßA*4 l oMidi
- two offered silo* prices. The ittentiortilOtetifeS
is particelarly directed tO . :loi'letisOrtnient;"entiitiiiiing
the following newstyl#ll.4.Enintalhidleisiri'Lind gel.
ter bootst 'div:sheeetA:liffiC/C:letetlintTririkillligaiterst
well ng ii!oiss.t?itsida. l 4let geileri end sltp*
of ,tiiiit*iptigrOil7•''N'lttigieilatintinent of Phlltliest'S
PcirtheA3tritternen,slrimitt every style of gaiters and
shoes. ' This stock litis'been -Personally selected with
mire; and he tioliet•es he can offei stipertor articles at
o:rThe strictest ettenttert paid to Manofacfril'ing,
and he hopes by eloing*ork well to merit a alfitinu='
ante of the liberal patienage ..be his hitherto received..
Towando, May 8. 1831.' . -
AS REMOVED EIS 0 o . vie
HRow, (ea stairs,j in thaiaiiiilinnerly Ciaelipied
by Mon. D. Wilmot as a Law orrteti;:iihere he will he
pleased to see thoae regoirin hiiptofesSitinal setvides -
Towanda. loverolier 18, 18M: -
31S1M• C" • NKIVIIIMMECCOODILiMkg
' - COUNTY SURTECTIR.
T_TAVING located in: Towanda, his services may
bo ized by addressing a line through the Post
Oinceroar•kii calling at Ifni offiee of Misses Meteor,
Es4., , artielt tie Wilt bo found, or; where a written ap
,licatimotimay-beleft: - Nov. t,
1- - Is Stall in 9pqation!
THE subseribers have moved to the new,buildingen
1 Pine street, one,door below Mercury store where
they will keep on hand and make to order, ploughs,
stove and mill irons of almost ail descriptions. Turn
ing and fitting up work, will be done also on reasonable
terms as at Elmira ar Owego. 011 iron will be taken
in payment. 1 - oHN CARMAN
Towanda, April 26, 1851. '
NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP.
THE subscribers respectfully inform the public that
they have taken the shop formerly occupied by
Adam Esenw . ine, en Main street, nearly opposite
Drake!! tsraktttl(shop; where they are piepared to do all
kind ibtAtiAggiomryii ING upon rei.rionablia terms.
' hiitirktil*iaglititi by doing thoir work well and
PromPti9.lometil, as they hope to receive a share of
1-10Esr.—SHOEINCi done in the hest moiler. All
kinds of repairing Maellinety,ezecuted in the molt
INO(11.) WORK wagons will also be made and
All work done at witlttoratrantrel tube
well done, and mibucic tored from ire" beet materials.
l'he public ate reriiie-t. - .! to vivo rs a trial, and judge
fur themeehree. WINE & SEEDISCHEI.
Tow nnila. Niav4 9 ,...1A5 I .
Clock, Watch, and kretry Store !
A.M. WARNlttfakes this method
sai, of informing his old cu-tomers and the
_,, r , :i , public generally, that he has purehaaed
,- 11 of J.P.Bul , his stock of Ni, utches, Cloaca
4 - 7 . - -..,..?..... , 5iL5rirl Jewelry, and co mmence d th e above
business in all of its various branches at the ofirstanfl
of the latter, on Nfain street, two doors south of Brick
Row. Ills reputation as n watch repairer is so'well
established in this contounity, that if hardly neces
sary to say a word oniliat point. With his loag ex
perience and great advantes for acquiring a thorough
knowledge o f - Vie - 1i nessltgairiaqtrifirlenee in saying
Sp the public., bring on youe:lnatches and clocks, I will
fdo them jriiie.
' . . 5 -' All goods sold, or *ring done, warranted as 1
;recomrinind, or the moors ref9tl e d•
,?.„ A good assortment of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
kep frennstantly on hand. ...._,
motto shall be.:--qtticittrales, small profits. cash
do nil no etedit given.: Credit need not ho asked
for—as I ein•botinj.nortOnake its oclulitilln re.
'Fowandsilhly - 12; 185(4 1 0, A. NE. I,t - A IZN ER.
PriggßatoßlO,W4l2 Broadway, New York.
hiclitiffice, Towanda, Va . .
(Office Noitlx side of the -Public square, with J. D.
.. cit**teiireasls and tritoraniee Copilot, 560 7 000
-114 - 4itacialami has declariti a dividend of 35i
per: eni. for the yiir ending =April 15t..1832.
- rtn mAattxrv - la assz.stkart4ti;• •
DEAN, Ptesident,G,' C. WOOO, N. B. ICD
ums, WM. PArrts., Financial Comm i• tee.
The object anil design of this ,association is to
nable thcrse with whom especiallitirile..ithd health
are money, by the payment of (small annual sum,
to receive n weekly allowance in cases of sickness
or accident, which shall prevent them from attend
ingto their ordinary business. By the payment of
the following annual deposits, you will become a hie
member, and be entitled to a weekly benefit during
life, ir you should he disabled by sickness or acci
dent from attending to your ordinary business occu.
pation. Females insured against diseases common
to both sexes.
The proof of sickness regairEd, is a certificate of
the attending Physician ur of three membersA4 the
association. The association publishes 'a weekly
Newspsper contninim , ' a rep,rt of the busines s - f the
as.tociation, amount of claims psid &c. The paper
is sent free to members monthly, or 50 eti weekly.
Yearly Deposits of Members under 60 years ` of
age : Table of Dates: ~,,
$2 00 per year draw $2 00 per week, L",;
3 DO .‘ 3 00 "
400 " 400 " , =';t
6 00 si 5 00 " '
000 . • " 600 " ' r
7 00 . '"
. 44 • 700 " ..1
800 ~.,::: , , ,: ;-,:rfs ._ BDO 4 * •-,
a oa - ..5.: - .: , ,i•r-':- 900 "
10 OD- '- "'", '-10 00 "
era' First week Exeepted..CD
Those over fifty years of age will be chOged
twenty-fide per cent. extra. St 60 admission fee
will charged in addition to the above, the first
year, and must be paid of the time of application,
and the first years deposit within thirty days.
.:, , revrtnitsrts :
His Cxetileney Wm. F. Johnson, Harriiim rg.
Johnson, Wells &Co.. Courtland Strper N Y.
Bowen & MeName, Silk Merchauti, Broadway,
Eckel. Raicuel & Co., North Bdsl, lt, Phila.
lion. James M. Porter, Easton; Pt,
Hon. Richard Broadhed, LT. L. Senatcr, Pa.
Rev. R. Nelson. Principal.Wybming Seminary,
Rev. J. Dorrance, Williesbarrre,
Bev. J. Boyd.
o:n. Hillard Esq.- do
(14&11011enback, Esq. do
ZiliVßennett, Esq. do
H. B. Wright . .. Esq. do
We sre . perstinally and well aegolinted with Rev.
reXporeinee,ll. M. liollenback, Ziba Bennett and H.
`ll;toi,ight all of Wilkedbarre , wnose names appear
air'refetettees for the. Mechanics Union Associa.
- for health-insurance, open
Thew " are gentlemen of high
chart, • endorse before ,
ed - of its MI la
agement, by i
1). VVlr.werr. -
H. s. ; Msncotit;
rift?` A tow I,
the MECO f
diti*ty; , eieliased/ 2. ltWanelly eradicates *Omni Of,
ill seAlfrefii childitn tin&adialts: • -
Thousands perish by keeirms itithout the real mese
'being known. Some other reason assigned for the
sickness, - -until too late lo Cure the real ;qua's:
Whet immense resportsibiHty rests uport.the' parent
who does not.know s and the doctor who dote not ur•.=
deritatad,the complaint which is destroyitag those pre•
iions fosters of
What 'should he,doner ' •' • •
The answer is Phan,' - Give the Yertnifttie; which
be.suro to &goo they, bassi no wprms . ,arti if
they hive;it Will
,destrity . end i eredieittiftheniltilth
- Certainty:stelttricision.fiefg - meanie/fink -
'There ilea spertur#Or..tnineral in it. Mercury is
the - basis of most worm remedies and the remedy is
. so*eliipti*Otie.t.hini -the disease. never use km.
Inties - ;fiuttely.ttin!ri.this. Every person eon
; Visced on one trial that it is the Rest -perihet ;cure
ever invented. ; . • •
Thelmmquiss Cale dist kis Veratifttgiti .-. l4ettre
1 tost.of its value end the. estmeatien7.in.i .. ,
by .taniilies ... It would be,gu_iie ton cti
Rah the irettnisis.,eif certificates that._ heitille*O4tyen
fur :thiti and the , users of it nie.;reititerited to
spread theoame - to-41 pensins whom they think' will
he benatted by it.
Speak of it in all families, and you,' will do your du
ty to your follow creatures, ontr:feetASsure_d of the ap
probation of all good.tnert, and tivilifCcive your teward
in heaven. .
We call au all good citizens make kno'wa the cf
(cots of this. wentleiftil
Remember, and ash fur Ornek's Vermifuge.
Hundreds of childrt.ri aild adults are lost yearly with
worms, when some other cause has been supposed to
be the true one:
It is admitted by all doctors that scarce man, wo
man, or child exists, but what sooner or later are
troubled with worm., and in hundreds of cases. sad to
relate, a supposed fever, scarlatina, cold, or some other
ailing carries otT the flower of the human family—
, while in truth they die of wining! and these could
have been eradicated in a day. by the use of one bottle
of ORRICK'S i'ERMIFLIGE.
How sickening the thought that these things should
he.....and•wh*can ever forgive themselves for not try
ing this wmot ExTmottNAToß, when they
know that even if the case was not worms, this reme
dy could not by any possibility do hurt—but always
gond as o purgative, let the diseas%be what it may.
Flow important then to use it, and wheavt trill dare to
take the reartnn , thiity to do without it? Let all pa
rents a,k themselves this question in truth and sober
For sale by Dr. H. C. PORTF.A_Towaritl3, Cc
NI Agents. 'l6y
rIRE you insured ? apptteation received and incur
nnces eireetell by J. E. CANFIELD, Agent for
the follotving.:;tde and popular eon:ponies :
7.110 llods . en River tire Instance Co.
Ca 1 .;1,1 3200 coo.
The et. Lawrence Company.
'Me Empire State Company.
Tho 'Washington Company.
Capital over ....... $1200.000.
The state Mutual at Harrisburg Va.
with a large Capital nd large increasing Caen Fund
-`) the Great Putin.yleania Company.
Ttp tnited States Lire tusarancc Annuity I Trust
On the new principle by 'which the insured partici
pates in the profits.
3. E. CANFIELD, Athens. Pa.
Tva - tra - Trox:, vicanAno DTA.
Xteportan.t. to ZrZonteheepert:
subscriber thankMl for the
liberal patronage heretofore re
tr.Z....r.:4...,,,A-Iceivett, begs leave to inform him
and the public gerxeallv,
• k , ; ; • and those commencina House
keeping in particular that he has
It . jlloll. on hand a large assortmenv
1 of FURNITGRE, which he will
warrant to be made in a substantial manner, and of
the hest material,.
BUREAUS, such as mahogany and walnut dr - s , -
ing bureaus. marble alto plain tops ; mahogany and
walnut washtands, marble tops, and plain, of dif
ferent patterns, Card and-end tables,Sufas Couch
es, whatnots. &e.
la:AI/WM 11)9.—Birth, Field, French and low
po,t bead-leads. finkhed in handsome style and 01
approved patterns, together with other (tinware
ally called for, all id which will be sold on the in.Nt
j"fhe sub•ctiber is also provided with n plain
and fashionable [MA (Isl.:. end. wilt held 1 ,„„„ It i „
readiness to attend to all orders in undertaking.
He will furnish ice bores when desired, by the aid
of which the Corp= s c tc kept for a week. COP.
FINS READY -141 ACE. CHEST ER W
N. B.—Furniture of all kinds made lb order, and
warranted to be of the best materials and workman•
Towai.iia;Janudry 17, 1852.
Removed to B. Kingsbery's Block !
if" a. Chamber/hz,
- r_l AS just returned from the city
11 of New York with a larg.
.- .., •shpply o Watches, Jewelry and
.4 .: v a. Silver ware, compri.ing in part,
:' - utir
tt 4... the following articles: —Lever,
, ~,l.) ; L'Epine and Plain Watches, with
"A 2:t-AAt , n complete assortment of Gold
Jewelry, such as Ear Rings, Fin.
aer 11 in rs, Breast Pins, Bracelets, Lockets, Gold chains,
Gold Pens, Keys, etc. Also, all sorts of Silverware,
and any quantity of Steel Bends—all of which he ofrers
fur sale excecedingly 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 effect if required.
N. B.—MAPLE SUGAR, and Country Produte
taken in payment for work; and alga. learn now, and
nrerer, that the Produce must be paid when the work
is done-1 war against credit in all its forms.
M.M.LUM Lea ZgrQ
Adams 'tom Mtacearlane,
uAVING entered into co-partnership in the practice
1.1 of law, have also established an agency for the
into of real estate in the county of Bradford. Persons
having real estate which they dull() to sell, by calling
and leaving a description of their property with the
terms of sate, will undoubtedly find it to their advan
Persons desirous of purchasing can learn where prop
erty is for sale—a description of the same with the
price end terms of payment and be infgrmad as to the
validity of title. 1. C. ADAMS.
Towanda; Mry 2,1851. "J. MACFARLANE.
- ECONOMY, DURABILITY AND NEATNESS,. .
Saddle, Ilaraess & Trunk Manufactory.
,TERE CULP & Co., respectfully inform the ' public
thstihey have taken the shop lately occupied by
0.7: Harder, on. Main iitrect, a few doors beknv the
Brick Row,' where Met' Will keep': - hand
_a - large
Illatar4llM ; II t D talk
Ta t cnsas , -
Fire i rim! rim !
W. A. CHAMBERLIN, Agent.
Towanda, April 28, 1850.
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00: ,' ENOINES tAt4O,- BOILT48 . :!
tiAii - krzZllt 6r4004114'. ::-'::';:
1.- 1. - A . : * 4Dr,c:_g ~,- MA 8 6.:
WAX-TUB -0 Stearn. Engines and -
fht to lo. o o
,Siti:kent4 irdu tied Plates, cast in one Once. - Ali
hiye: enjuttisiin valets, all joints -ground f() /19 to tip
Idreiint tight Withoof packhig or paint; all beariwes anti
ivcsrirtg surfateir large, anti running in ulubtabl:lmx...4
atirintri or Ihibliitt metal; all balance wheels with
throed belt face. The -Regulator is attached to the bed
aPlate: -The Force Nag, in an independent stand,
atritiged with crank shaft arid tight end loose pulley,
reedy to rpeitrir 111mill:rota the engine shalt or flout
any other shaft. The whole style of work is riot cur
passe& by anyengir t ; hililtiera in : tho tinned siairs.
Boilerl of the Juno American or' I;:nglish iron heady,
east or tvrengiit troneitber 4Ubular or with flues.—
.. 000,hr the:most thorough manner.
EritrinealOin 8;M-4V berstlaprer_constantly on
hand or In progress, to', &Livia - 6 4 010in view days
, of 'receipt' of an order..
Also; Steam Saw capable . of sawing 0000 feet
board measure, of One inch boards, in L hours, with
one Maley saw, and requiring no other fuel than the
is ordeal. .
The 'following are .he prices of a few of these en
. , •
Stili'MillOPl.tatiiirS Warn e.TNiner . 1 0 ( 1 and iron
chimney,:coniplete ; pitman irons; aassirons;
setteti4 and all twits and-irons for SO feet of
carriage, couiplatei $l5OO,
Steam engine, Id:hi:diameter of cylinder, 25 in. stroke
with lobular boiler,t coetgining- a6O square feet of
, heating surface, and all castings, pipes; valves, and
other . Pula necessary, to , set it in complete opera
" , 01526
Stearn engitte;lif in'.4itiitieter of cylinder. sci in. stroke
• with to boiler, containing- 480 'game feet Of
heath* surface, complete as before, $1775 .
Delivered od the can of the Boston and Maine Rail
road at Lawrence:2G jailcs from Boston. Terms, cash
Boilers - foitbii4birtie triodified to suit purchasers,
and price's ilet4itingly.: : _
McKay dr nom ]ley / jade of Pittsfield, Mass., whose
steam engines are alreadjt,Viridely known, have recently
taken charge of tho istorkit of the Essex Compotty:,arld
will be able, with their" incriattet facil,i!ies and ef,pe•
rimer, to make their apprdved engines cheaper and .
better than heretofore.-
May 8.,1P:12.y CORDON Melf4Y, Agent
.'~i' II ATEVER concerns the, health and happiness
of a people, is at ell times of the most valuable
importance. I take it for gianted that every person
will do in their power to save the lives; their
children, and that every person will endeavor to pro
mote their own health at all sacrifices. I feel it to be
my duty solemnly to assure you that WORMS, se
turning, to the opinion of the most celebrated physicians
are the primary calls, a of a large majarrity of diseases
to which children and adults are liable ; if you have
nn appetite rordinunPy changing from one kind of food
to another, bad breath, pin in the stomach, picking, at
the nose, hardness and tulleess of the belly, dry rough,
slow fever, pulse irre;rular—remember that ell these
denote Worms, and you should at once apply the re
cbcrisacTs Wcrm Syrup.
An article founded upon scientific principles, corn.
pounded vt iih purely. vegetable substances, brim^ per.
fertly snfe whet. taken, sod determined in all its effects
and not leaving the system in a diseased condition, as
most advertised nostrums, composed of Caletnel,for the
removal of Worms, such as Lozenges, Vermifuges,
&c., but has performed the most astonishing euresomd
saved the lists of thousands, both young-and old,svlni
have been pronounced hopeless—incurable by
clans. Read the following, and become convinced . of
its efficacy overall others:
Aloanra Rtcra, N,
Ma. J. N. liottkirsaetc—Thi4 is ig,,,,certify that my
child, 15 yea tiflge, having been sick for 5 yeara,and
was attended I,:g 'Ors. Loper, Whillis and Phisler for a
lone time without locrovitm any bei.efit ; when after
g ving her up as incurable, I went to Philadelphia and
consolted,one of the hest physicians; her disease still
growing wprae. It was at this time I was induced to
try fLbeniack's Worm Syrup, and after taking, two
bottles' rbe'elitirely regained her health. Hoping that
this will .prove a bentfit to partlaw watme children are
I am fours, &c., R. BOW 7,1•3".
- Zobensaa's Liver L'ins.
No part of the PA arm 18 more hal+. m ditiroise tha n
the Lirrit, it ..orvir c as a ft mere to purity th- blond,
or gi% tog; a proper seOtittnitt to the bile; 1,1 t hat
0 . ! the LiT4oi„erit ct 4 th "O ve r t a w
path ld syratein. and re, o ott, „,
Liver complaint, Dysperiti, &c t 1 e .ho rutin ,
Watch every evnaidoin that , i:ht intheme- n eto.tiy.
Action of the These PI a E . •, , Ttpo-ed
f:notl Plants. furnetheil note to lical air
—7si atm : A•• P.rwciarme. hid) ~,,arnept, lb,.
p 1 . (0.11 lii I'll 1.% 111 , 1 ,
~r ,• 4 the di-cf,br, , i• 01 ...eve, ittl tndter. 2nd--an
AlieratCle, 0.111 . 01 C!1:111,.1 , 11 in 1 ,11 1.;11.. ineentnitle and
rummer, IL,. 1 . .•11:011 111,0oi I at 'l.ll of the
3,l—a 'Tme, which gives lone and %trench%
to the nervous system, renewinc heath and Vigor to nit
parts o 1 the hotly. 4th—a Cwhitrre, wnich 1.16 to
perfect harmony with other increments., and over:nine
on the Itowek, and espelling the whole maga of eon opt
•ind v Meted matter, and pyrifyitg the blood, which de•
Anna disease and restores health.
Agents far Bratif”rd Cour,' y—Dr H . C. Porter and
1. M. Reed, 'Towanda: C. H. Herrick, Athens; M
& CO. Stiiithfield ; Barnes & Bailey, Waver
ley ; H. Npenr, Springfield ; E'i Baird, Troy ; L D.
Taylor, Burlington; Brown ei Rockwell, Monmeton ;
Parkhust & Lamb, Leroy ; ChP.l. Ralbbctrw, Canton ;
al-t) T. B. Howland, Columbia, travels in the atlitreitt
WILT= CUPaI Zan) INSWZTIPZE,
BIN GH A MTO.N, N. Y.
THIS institution is located in a beautiful and ro
mantic grove at the base of Mt. Prospect, and
within the corporation of the village. Possessed of
art abundant supply of the purest soft 'rater. advan
tages for exercise M. the pure air, of carriage and
footwalks up the mountain, free from the • noise
end turmoil of busy with excellent sailing and
rowing privileges upon the • pleasant waters' of the
Chenango—these are , a few of the paesentations the
Cure offers to the invalid.
The house is new and commodious—bathing ap
paratus excellent.—well ventilated; with 230 feet
The Medical department is under the entire care
of Dr. THAYER and wife, who have had a large
experience in Hydropathic practice, and are favora
bly known as successful practitioners. Courses of
lectures, with full plates and illustrations, will be
given throughout the season to the students and pa
tients upon Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene, for
which there will be no additional charges. Females
who have been confined to their beds for years, are
invited to correspond with us, or give us a call.—
Our success in the treatment of those diseases pe
culiar to women, have given us confidence, and we
say to all such, even tf they have " suffered much of
many Physicians," make one more trial.
Terms from $4 to $8 per week (payable weekly.)
according to room and attention required. Patients
will provide for personal use 2 comfortable's, 2 blan
kets, 2linen or cotton sheets and 6 towels.
0. V. THAYER, M.D.. Resident Physician.
D. W.& 11.14. BARNEY. Proprietors.
A DAM DSEN WINE respectfully informs the pub.
lic thafhe now occupies the shop where blame!
-4nd brothertMve far- ears worked, nearly opposite.
Tomkins i l .finindry, Where he is ready to do , all work
,in his lins. ss formerly in the best manner. lie is de."
'tentrirred ; the reputation ho has attained as skilful
-- worliistimehall - not suffer by any neglect of the inter.
to ;Customers orty May Matter:it:cm to business.
roantAwtured -to order—machinery 'of ell
In ihei best manner and sweryiind of
Manufacturing will be done 0 441 -
Aboilinii**liicinabie term,, He will did'
ntfri:Prothi.w kr payment for- work:brit
- , • ' . ' '
For 111. Fare air
COUGHS, -COLDS, HOARSENESS,
BRONCHITIS, . WHOOPING-COUGH,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
(IP all the numerous medicines extant, ( m a
of them valuable) for the cure of polma nu ,
comploinis, nothing has ever been found which roods
compare in its effects with this Preparation. o f
cure someClines, hut ut all times and in all disen eic t
the lungs and throot.where medicine can gne f dd
this will do it. It is pleasant to take, and p er 4 o6
safe in accordance with the directions. We do
advcrilse for the itiforthation of those who h ie Rid
it but those who have not. Families that 'l4re k not,
its value will not he without it, and by its timely to
they are secure from the dangerous consequences
Coughs and Colds which neglected, ripen into
consumption. • ,
The Diploma of the Massachusetts Institute t e
awarded to this preparation by the Board ofied i r si
s e pt eut h e e 1847 ; also, the Medals of the three si te
Institutes of Art, in thi.4 country ; also the Dipt oti
of the Ohio Institute at Cincinnati, has bee n
the Clie1111" PICTOn►L, by their Government jzi r Q
eideration of its extraordinary excellence and a t m
ness- in curing affections of the Lungs and Throe.
Head the following opinion founded on the 1, 24
experience of the eminent Physician of the Pon eg i
Dr J. Ayer
Five years trial of your CherryPectnral in Mire *
lice, Iris proven what I foniow front its cerupositi ol
must be true, that it eradicates end enree the nisei
and colds to which we, in this ~ c tion, are petyli>p)]
liable.. I think its equal has not yet beenaliacoveret
nejr.'l364.l,mow how a better remedy can be made kr
thaiatempers 4,0,e - throat and lungs.
.1. J. BURTON, M.D., P. R.B.
- r-Sec what it has done on a wasted constitution,
only in the fallowing eases, hot a thounind more '
Pr. Ayer: tic nn CRT, Jan. 24, 2852.
In the month of July last, I was attacked bye
lent diarrlicea in the rakes of California: I tett
to San Francisco in • ot reef-I),M R ' benefit fro
chance f cl:rnale and th. , —My 4ii.irb.T3 ceased
was folloaed by a severe enueli--and much I
I finally ,tarted,fer hoMe, hut-received no Ilene
from the voyage . ": ?qv couch continued to glow
and when I arrived in Sew York s , I Waa at once ,
eil_by my nrti•t.rn:.,ncer as a tirtim of eonsompt
-I must conies. I cow no sufficient reason t o d i
what tnv f a!: Ipdret ed. At this time I ,
mr need talimg your truly invaluable' medicine wir
hole eriter tat inn ot deriving any benefit from Its ax
You would not rereive these lines did I not regard r
lily rluty to state to the nflitetb•d, through you . that
health in the ,pier of eight months is fully
rd. 1 attribute tt to the u,e of your CHERRY P ,
Ton.% L. Tumuli truly,
WILLIAM W_ SMITE
WA.11:11;TON. Ps, April- 2. MI
Dear : Feehne ihrit I have been p pared ha
Llll'l.llol your inNtruineidallity k
providence or God, I will take the liberty to -
Cough, and the alarming symptoms of Corium
had ietine,d me too low to leave me anAhiot
ppe, when itty,ietait 144)011 me a bottle dye.
114. PLcrotiA It seemed to afford immediate of*,
and row In aft w weeks•tuate has rendered rational
If it wilt do for other% what it has done for
are certainly one of the henefetors of mankind.
Sincerely 'Wishing' ou every htesbing., I ma
Very respectfully yourg,
JOYIN J. CLARK. Rector of St. Peter's C
With such as,ur,tue and from such men, no
eer proof ran be adduced unless it be Coro - its
Prepar. a anti 501..1 by JAMES C. AVER, Mad
Citemigt. Lowe 1, Ma,..F.
SAO by Dr. 11. D. POJZTER. Towanda; B. Ea
ignit-boro'; Dv , r. Covington ; liumatitel
\V. Ti. T:".ior, I:ltnitit
%I% DotiaaL is ~eryodltret
Oricattl cr L';cvcrcign Etim Pills
, r. L. zi'M :`l, - CO r"-
', 1 77%*: 11ZWr411C74.&lkilt-7,-.1-‘
N: ONE 11..noino unless accompanied by a he
11 le of the :thove Engraved Wrapper of Dr. 1
1'..;(1171..E. est Co., Up 4311 each box.
In offerimrto the public this justly celebrated'.
EllllltlN`BAL \I OF LIFE, i(t not our ad
make any I.itse statements or wild assertions ol
superior eflic'ency in restoring to 1-otalili the
knowing that their reputation
STA:\ D.11t1) is of itself sufficient
(ace fur the nfilicted.
Many proofs might be given of their i'3lue
but we prefer those unacquainted with thee to
themselves by enquiring of living witiiee.se and ,
the Pills. They ail find them perer:,y ,:afe rcr
able in all eases. being pur , ju re. , r",: l :r. and
eine worthy their best confidence and patronage.
The following certificate t‘ as sent u> for the
HventE-rr.L, Monroe Co. N. V.. may 10,1 w
We the undersigned, citizens
used personally Dr. Soule'.s Brim r
witnessed the health-restoring cts thereol,l
recommend these Pills to the afflicted as the,
which we are acquainted.
G. M. ROBERTS, r. H. BROWN.
M. D. PHILLIPS, D. G. 0
It. A. TIBBE'PTS, LEWIS REEK
B.—You are at liberty to publish thisfeei
IliatwAnz OP COPNTERFEITS ! We ore manna
any one who is making a spiv me article has ,
ed to make use of our name ; some of P '
had the impudence to imitate our ! , Dies and
Circtlars, Certificates, &c. Un'e-s the pi
careful when .bev purchase, they will be der
Me genuine tisorerrign /1,3!•3 Pals cat
wholesale and retal •of Dr. SO! l.e & Co.
On , ..ndago Co. N. ti•
Sold by )r. H. C. roxrurt,TowandaP
their Agents in every town in the country.
W'msport & Athens Railroad bell
En. H. DITNTING, resperthillvinfonna
1, -.) lie that he ha« remiwril bis store to Col.
hulitling, one door below Warner's watt/11M
he. will bo happy to see all wil.) rnay be '
Good and Cheap Clothing. rt e s eonstaial
to his stock all the new and desirable style
iPflia, and feels confident ho can satisfy an)
may give him a call.
Just receiving from New York, a lame 113 °
Ide assortment of Spring and Summer Clakfq
in the heat manner, and which will he sold irt'
the lowest prices.
tie has also 'received, a large lot of Ynt
I HILDRENS' CLOTHING, to obi& ken
. entibn and which will hO sold at law rates
nade arrangements by which he ran raid f° l
%Ida desired, with tho certainty of procuriaS
Cutting and making up, done as coati'
fashionable manner, promptly and to order.
Towanda, May (4, 1851 y,
riROCKERY & GLASS W A Fr.
kred for ezde by
Sr. Joon. May 8, 1851,