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Essential to Productive Farming.
The fellow•tng fifteen ersentiali, to productiVe
■rtuiiig are from the pen of the American Farmer,
e•kich bt; we believe, the oldest Agricultural met
in the United S'ates.
1. 4lnchl Implements of hosbandry, and plenty n
them, which shetild always be kept in perfect or
2. Deep plotting snip %ovule; polveritation n
the soil, 14 the tree use of the borrow ding, of
3. In npplieation of lime, marl, or ashee, where
rattettieous matter or potash nay not be Pro.ent in
4. A systematic husban ling of every substance
on a farm capable of being, convertedconverted into manure ;
I systematic protection of such substances from loss
-by evaporation or waste of any kind, and a careful
RPM:ration of ihe same to the lands in culture.
5 The draining of all wet lands, so as to relieve
The roots of the plants from the ill effects of a enper.
abu n dance of water, a condition equally pernicious
as drouth to their beaniel groirtli and profitable
6. The free use of the plow, cultivator, and hoe,
wish all row cultured crops ; so as to keep down, at
all time.i, dot growth of grass and weeds, thosepests
iwhick rem so destructive to erupts.
V. Seeding orate properlime, with good' seed,
end an equal attention as to time, with regard to the
period of working crops.
8. Attention lo,the careen- ririon and repair of lea
ves, so that what is made through the toils and anx
iouseares of the husbandman, may not be lost
through Li= neglect to protect his mops from the
Jeptedmen of stuck.
9. tinily personal superintendence, on the part of
the master, over ail the operations of the farm, no
Matter haw good a manager he may have, or how
ever faithful his hands may be, as the presence . rd
the head of a farmer, and the use of his eyes, are
worth several pairs of hoods.
10. Labor-saving machinery, so that one may
render himself as independent as needful of neigh.
borhood labor,as a sense of the comparative inde
pendence of the employer norm such labor begets a
dispoAtion of obedience and faithfulness on the part
of the employed
I. tort,tottable stabling anti shells, rot the hors
es and stock, all necessary out bnihlings, tor the nc•
comodation of the hands, and protection of the toots
and implements, as welras for the care of the poul-
2. Clover and other grasses to form a part of the
totalion of crops, and the'e to be at the proper pe.
liods plowed in, to form pabulum for succeeding
13. The Mover field to be either plastered or
ashed, each succeeding spring -1 bushel of ihe for.
frier, and 6.0 f the lacer per acre
14. To keep no more stack than can be welt
kept, but be sure toteep as nittny at the farm can
keep in good condition, as it is wise policy to feed
as much as possible of the traps grog n on the farm
and thus return to It that which has been abstracted
15. To provide a good orchard and garden—the
one to be filled with choice fruits of all kinds—the
other With vegetables of different sorts; early and
late, so•that the table may, at alt times, be well and
seasonable supplied, and the supplies contributed
to increaseihe wealth of tire proFrietor.
SCPERVICIAL F411.111)10,-A prominent case of
small profits and poor success in many Moor farm.
ers, is the parsimonious application of Capital, in
manures, implements, physical force, and Conven
ient buildings. tn their eagerness to save at the tap,
they waste freely at the bung. They remind ol of
the cultivator who candidly admitted his unprofita
. bfe system of farming,' , bet," said he ft lam not
yet rich enough to be economical" We observe
z . -by a late number of the Mark Lane Express, that
the present medium estimate in England, of the
eapital required to carry on the business of a farm,
is £3 (about 40 debut) per acre, and no prudent
man ought to rent more than he has the capital to
go on with; for a small possession, with ample
means to manage it, will yield better returns than
a large quantity of land inadequately stocked "
Now, some of our best farms can be bought . for
Kbodt the same aum that the English farms are ren
ted, Ind if the above remark is applied to purchas
mg, instead of renting, it will constinVe excellert
advice to Americans. This is a subject for a large
volume; and wo have only space now to say, that
it the landiowners has not suitable
*slue of the grain and fodder wasted in come
. eptence, would anon pay for them ; and the aril
male would soon pay for them a second time. The
wanrof manure wid prevent the value of crops
from rising higher than the cost of cultivating them;
and the want of heavy crops to feed animals,' will
preclude keeping enough to make plenty of man-
nr.. fn othtr words a poor, badly cultivated farm
trill react; and will only support a pour and badly
kJ race of animals and men, just in, t6e same way
that a fertile and thoroughly tilled piece of land will
sustain animals enough to manure it and keep up
as fertility, and men enough to give it thorough
Ittsuag.--While there ie anrinaily
thousands of dollars sent out of the country for the
purchase of gunner, and which' het to be paid' by
the farmer, it is astonishing how many methods
there are at home, and within the means and knowl
edge of any tiller of making matniretthat arewhol
ty neglected. How-,often dove see intelligent far
mers carting manure or guano front Philadelphia,
with a drain from their barnyard and kitchen sink,
*0 the .public road or near a creek or gaily, when it
these driiinings were on the compost heap, they
would make loads of valuable manure daring the
year, at no expense! When there is an opporteni
ty, by covering the ground floors of the horse and
Cow stables, once a month with earth three or four
;riches thick, and as often cleaning it out, and olirow
istg it into a heap, many !?ads of compo's't may be
made, qeposed of the very essential manure.
mat*ho has money enough to pay for a farm,
71.1 a little lelt for recourse, is deserritc.a . praise
fat keeping-or making a . arta productive; but the
'nen ratio gnus into berlineetomili hatknore in debt,
(!ft a ppor s larar and improves : that fittm", pate ail&
terist,,pays fur his !Ma r rutil-. raises a family of :
1 41 .`! 1111
ai .!s, wolf Orb:fired;
beta example wor d y to be followed, and the•
expatriates of such Men if rexorded i would be in.
valtutble-3 1 "
04e,tinnr gained in the minitig-tysatirtising
it welt nue months Wt in &Yes/.
Boll3lll3ffea'S PAIZZIONIO SU. P.
was On the verge of the grave, and so far gone that
my family and friends had lost all hopes of my re
covery ; and when in this situation, haying been rm.
cued by the use or Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup, I de-,
she to testify, with grateful.' emotion to Dr. Schenck,
the unspeakable benefit I have received from thither
of his invaluable medicine.
Early last fall, I contracted a 'elatont cold, anT in
consequence of which I had chills, alternated with fe
ver, pains iu my right breast and &boulder blade, veldt
a bad cough, rind o expectoration. I kept getting
worse Until I took my bed, and had the attendance of
my finally play/titian. I was ender his care about four
weeks, and at the expiration of that thee ass reduced
so low that despair took hold of myself and friends,
and even my physician abandoned me and gave me
up to die wit* the hasty consumption. My appetite
was gone, my bowels very Irregular. Weer and . night
sweats, pain in my breast and shoulder, attended .with
• distressing cough, which was very tight ; my flesh
had nearly a!I 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 sent
for to see me die, and my sick bed was surrounded by
kind and sympathizing neighbors, who bad come to
witness my departure from this world.
When all rays of hope had fled of my recovery, a
neighbor, Mr. David Conrad, proposed to try Schenek's
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 was too far gone for the Syrup to be of any
permanent benefit." My wife, anxious for the relief
of my intense sufferings, procured some of the Pul
monic Syrup. I found it afforded me relief, and con
tinued using it. I could feel its healing influence
upon my lung& •
I continue to improve under its use, and my friends
were much gratified to witness why tmetpected im
provement ; many of my neighbors came to took at me
as one raised from the dead.
My cough now became loose, and I felt something
break, w .en I had the pain in my Incest, and I dis
charged large quantities of yellow matter. I have for
weeks discharged and raised a.sptt box full of matter
every day, with hard Imps 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 nay flesh,.
I continued to implove in every respect soon after I
commenced using the Syrup, and the improvement
continued until I was restored to my health. i have
passed through the inclement weather of tiro fatter
part of winter and the spring, and feel as well now as
ever I felt in my life, and I am this dap a living testi
mony of the great efficacy of Schenck's Pulmontc
Syrup in curing pulmonary diseases.
Lest this statement be thought too highly colcred by
some people, I subjoin certificates of a number of the
inhabitants of Tacony, who saw me at different times
during My disease, and never expected to see me restor
ed. I also append the certificate of the brothers of
Mystic Lodge, N 0.270. I. 0. of 0. P., who kindly
watched over me, and fully believed they would con
sign my remains to the tomb ; but, thanks to Dr.
Schenck for his invaluable
,Pulmortic Syrup, my life
has been spared, and I am permitted to make the fore
going statement for the benefit of suffering mankind.
I reside at Tacony,and am well ktrwn by most of
the'people there, and will be gratified to have any
person call upon me and learn more particulars of the
virtues of this medicine. JOHN C. GREEN.
June 24th, 1851.
The ellbettibers, members of the Mystic Lod te, No.
270, LOrof 0. P. of Hoheesburg, Pa. do hereby cer
tify that we know John C. Green, (and is a member
in good standing in No. 270 I. 0. of 0. F.) who was
dangerously ill *kb a lost Pulmonary Consumption,
lut wink roe that they give him rp .o diet that be
is now folly restored to perfect health, And they believe
his recovery was produced by Schenck's Pulmonic
We tietlest his tertiflcate Is rotten in Orel pit
dealer: HENRY NEFF, P. G.
ALFRED ROBINSON , P. G.
ABRAHAM ARTHUR, P. G.
4. K. OSM AN, It G.
sAeou W ATERMAN,
JAM Eel C. CA LVER.
JOSHUA PHINEMORE. •
tiolmlisburg, Philadelphia Co., Jena 25, 1551:
The undersigned, residents of Tacony, eight miles
above Philadelphia, being well acquainted with John
C. Green, and the circumstances attending his case,
feel impelled by a deep sense of imperative duty, to
make universally known to the public his entire recov.
cry from the very last stages of Pulmonary Consurnp.
lion. So entirely helplessiaras his condition, having
been but a brief period settee in that rapid:y sinking
dud emeciatettee, es to needy preclude, in the opin
ion of his physicians and (fiends, who winched by his
bedside, all hopes of even a temporary recovery and
restoration to his present robust health. Thus The care
ful use of your invaluable Specific, the Pulmonic Syr
up, makesit our belief, under the circumstances of his
previcrds prostate, not to tray dying condition, one of
the mostotanling results that the whole annals of medi
cal skill or science can produce. It deserves to be ire.
perishable , recorded to your credit, and secure t 8 you,
the greatest discoverer of this hitherto remediless die.
ease, a lasting monument and a world-vide reputation
in the healing eta, that tee time may, either diminishor
destroy. Having witnessed Mr. Green's distressing
struggles and sufferings from a continued cough, su
peradded to the other symptoms consequent upon, or
attending to the last stages of a pulmonary chse.ise
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 former health, we feel it thus our duty to give our
unqualified testimony of Mr. Green's perfect reeotere,
bl o omers 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 afficted.
David Conrad, r Jesse Duffield,
C. Hinckle, A. Heath,
Joseph Ilead,lr., Jesse Watson,
Stephen Lukens, Robert Allyn,
Matthew Toden, James Torbert,
John Bloomesbury, Allen Vandegrift.
Prepared only by Dr. Schenck, and sold, whole
sale and retail, by his sole agents, John Gilbert & Co.,
Whole‘ale Druggists, 177 North Third street, Phil'a.
Clic"cu . & Co. 81 Barclay street, N. Y. Redding & Co.
112,11 State at. Boston ; IL Blakeley, comer Third sad
Cffiginut streets. St. Louis ; and by principal Druggists
throoghout the United States. And by the following
Agents in Bradford County :
H. C. Porter, Towanda ; D. Bailey & eon. Leßays
ei.lk;• T. fintaphrey,Orwell ; Maynard & Woodburn,
Rome ; J. J. Warlord, Monroe ; D. D. Perkhurst„
Leßoy; C. E. Rathbone, Canton; King & Yosburg
Troy; 13; A. Perkins, Athens.
arNII lettersetidMased to DR. 3. IL A CHENCK,
Cute of John 'Gilbert 4 Co.. Wholesale Druggists; No.
177 North Third street, Philadelphia.
diteizrais p. rsunommsr & co.,
(I,ATr. prizzicus,'ecaibis Atll CO.)
RTERS AND JOBBERS.
144. Broadway, one Door south, of Liberty et. N. Y.
HAVE now on hand, arid . tie be receiving doily
through the season, New Goods, direct from the
European manufuettwers, and cash Auctions, rich,
fashionable, fancy Bilk Millinery Goode:. Ohr
of Rich Ribbons. courises every variety of the latest
and most beautiful designs imported.
Many of our goods are manufaiturcd expressly to
our order, from our own designs and patterns, and
stand unrivalled.. i
Weofesoorgoodsfor nett Cash,
tit lower prices thai tatty credit . Homo) n'emeries cart
. . .
All purchasers still find it greatly to died interest to
reserve a Oiition of nitiney and Make selections
from our great variety of rich cheap - goods,.
Ribbons rich for Bonnets; Caps, Bash.* ,rtfl
Bonnetiifillur, Satins, Crapes, Lissom and Truletcms,
'Embroldrirlea, Collars, chemurethe, Caper,: Perth's,
BahltriAllintra t eu "Editings and Ern
broideed LigeitrrEtierls,Mintithurtafirl Hani•
ion, Mechlecrilraleneieber end Ernasels Laces, Eng.".
dab and 'Wotan Thread, Sinyrna Lisle Thread, and -
Ccitton LW, Thread, Silk, and Searing
Bilk Oieves'and Mitts, French and American Artificial
Plowets, French Lace, English, American end Italian,
Stant"Honstaita end Trimmings,
Another Rescue by
etA VE YOUR MONEY.
.1110CCI1d IRO ItS.
BOOTS & SHOES!
HAS remed his iiftildistinieint 'to 11.,Mix'a stare , .
corner of Mein
- street aniltluv`pobliattioare, and ,
will continue* ratuittfactore of toots and Shoes, as
iti,.t . rik big kik reeeiVed from. New York a large assort-
Meilen( Women!e,.(liidren * a and Macs' Shoes, which
are offered at low prices. The attention if the Laiies
is pullet:4oy directed to his assortment, comprising
the following, new styles :—Enamelled Jennp Lind gai
ter boots; , . do. shoes ; black lasting end , side gaiters ;
walking shoes, buskins, &c. Mime. pitons' and shoes,
of every description. A' large assortment of Children's
fancy gaiters, boots and shoes, of all kends.;
For die Gentlemen, almost every style of gaiters and
shoes. This itock bas 'been personally selected with
care, and he believes be can oder superior articles at
(a The strictest attention paid to Manufacturing,
and he hopes by doing wdrk will to merit a (*wino.
ante of the liberal patronage he has hitheVto 'retsAved.
Towanda, May 8, 1851.
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE to No. 'it, Brick
Row, (up stairs,) in the room fOrillerly occnpied
by Hon. D. Wilmot us a law office, where be will be
pleased to see those requirin his professional services.
Towanda: November IS, 1851.
WOrir t it • 3 tar T---1
HAVING located in Towanda, his services may
be obtained by addressing a line through the Post
OtTide, or by calling at the otEee of Ulysses ?demur,
Esq., whew he r will be found, or where a written ap
licattuon may be left. Nov. I, 1850.
Earg utninasat, MILSYL.OII
Is Still in Operation!
THE subscriber§ have moved to the new building on
Pine street, one door below Mercian, store where
they will keep on hand and make to order, ploughs,
stove and mill irons of almost all descriptions. Turn
ing and fitting op work, will be done also on reasonable
terms as at Elmira ar Owego. Old iron will be taken
in payment. - JOHN CARMAN & CO.
Towanda, April 26, 11151.
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 do all
kinds of DLACKSMITHING upon reasonable terms.
They aro determined by doing their work well sad
promptly, to merit, as they hope to receive a share of
HORSE—SHOEING done fe the best manner. All
kinds of repairing Machinery, executed in the most skit.
WOOD WORK for wagons will also be made and
repaired when desired..
All work done at their shop, will be warranted lobe
well done, and manufactured from the beat materials.
The public are requested to give us a trial, and judge
for themselves. Es EN WINE & SEE BISCH H.
Towanda, May 2, 1851.
MYSTERIOUS 'KNOCKINGS IN TOWANDA !
Clock, Watch, and Jewelry Store !
A.M. WARNER takes this method
of informing him old customers and the
public generally, that be has purchased
v of J.P.Bul , his stock of Watches, Clocks
ml Jewelry, and commenced the above
business in all of ite various branches at the old stand
of the latter, on Main street, two doors south of Brick
Row. His reputation as a watch repairer is so well
established in this community, that it is hardly neees-
Nary to say a word on that point. With his long ex
perience and great advantages for acquiring a thorough
knowledge of the business, he has confidence in saying
to the public, bring on your watches and clocks, I will
do them justice.
All_ goods sold, or Repairing done, warranted as I
recommend, or the money refunded.
A good assortment of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
kept constantly on hand.
My Motto shall be—quick sales, small profits, cash
down, and no credit giveh. Credit need not be asked
for—as 1 am bound not to make its acquaintance.
Towanda, July 12, 1850. A. M. WARNER.
MECHANICS UNION ASSOCIATION,
Principal office, No. 442 Broadway, New York.
Branch Office, Towanda, Pa.
(Office North side or the Public square, with J. D
2h-cumulated CaA dnd Grioratatee Capital, E 60,600
This associat.on has declared a dividend of 35}
per ccn.. for the year ending April Ist, 1852.
NO LIABILITY TO ASSESSMENT
11/r D. DEAN, President, G. C. Woon, H. B. J i in.
Fits, Wm. Parrair, [financial Comminee.
The object and design of this association is to
nabte those with whom especially time and health
are money, by the payment of a small annual sum,
to receive a weekly allowanc6 in Cases of sickness
or accident, which shall prevent them from attend
ing to their ordinary business. By the payment of
the following annual deposits, you will become a life
Member, and be entitled to a weekly benefit during
life, if 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 sir!lfn4sS require4,.,is a certificate of
the attending Physician or of three members of Chi
association. The association publishes a weekly
Newspaper containing a report of the business of the
association, amount of claims paid &c. The paper
is sent free td members monthly; of. 60 cts weekly.
. Yearly Deposits of Members under tiff years of
age : Table of Rates:
$2 00 per year draw $2 00 per week,
3 00 " 800 ".
400 44 4 liti ~.
5 00 " 5 00 . 1
6 00 111 6 00 "'
7 00 61 7 00 "
8 00 .11 8 90 "
900 900 "
ltS 00 10 00 "
(rj' First week Exeepted,Co
Those over fifty years of age will be charged
twenty-five per cent. extra. $1 60 admission fee
will be 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.
His Excellency Wm. F. Johnson, Harrisburg.
Johnson, Wells & Co., Cot:inland Street, N ~Y.
Bowen & McName, Silk Merchants, Broadway,
Eckel, Raigoel & Co., North 9d Street, Phila.
Hon. James M. Porter, Easton ; Pa.
Hon. Richard Broadhed, U. 8. Benatcr, Pa.
William McKelm Bloomsburg;
Rev. R. Nelson, Principal Wyoming Seminary,
W MEM 67LREXCES
Wen. J. Dorrance, Wilkesbarrre,
Rev. J. Boyd. do
0. B. kill lard Esq.
WHolienback, Esq. do
Ziba Bennett, Esq. do
M. B. Wright, Esq. do
We are personally and well acquainted with Rev.
J. Dorrance, G. M. Hallenbeck, Ziba Bennett and H.
B. Wright all of Wilkesbarre. whose names appear
•as-references.for, "Mechanics Union Associa
tion" an organization for health insurance, alien
the mutual principle ; they are gentlemen of high
character, who-Would not Enowingly endorse before
The public any aeheme, unless they were well essur
cii of its utility, and that lissom governed iviits man
agenent by . integrity and a prompt falment of its
D. Minnow, _ Assiut, Wx.
H. 8. lifsecua, 0. D. DAircrrr, E: Ovaavaa.
• We fully concur in the foregoing opinion as to the
charades roil objects of Mechanics Union Associa
tion. H. Boors.
B. P. Poirau,
E. 0. Goonatea.
OC7 A few responsible Agents wanted. Apply at
tho office. A. IL 81111TH, General Agent.
This is no Q ua ckery I
Or Worm Destrotier.
This Medicine contains no Mercury, nor ahy other
, )filinera/ 'substance. It is purely Vegetable.
This remedy far worms is one of the most extraor•
dinery, ever used. It.effeetualfy eradicates worms 01
all sorts from children end adults.
Thousands perish by worms without the real cause
being known. Some othei reason is assigned for the
sickness, until too late to cure the real cause.
. What immense responsibility rests upon the parent
who does not know. and the doctor who dues not ur•
derstand, the complaint which is destroying those pre.
cious flowers of life—children.
What should be done!
The answer is plain. Give the Vermifuge, which
will be sure to do good if they have, no worms, and if
they have, it will destroy and magical° them with a
certainty and precision freely &welshing.
There is no mercury or mineral in it. Mercury is
the basisisf most worm remedies ; and the FA:needy is
sometimes worse than the disease. Fo never use loz
enges, but rely upon this. Every person will be con
vinced on one trial that it is the most perfect cute
The immense sale that this Vermifuge has, is a sure
test of its value and the estimation in which it is held
by families. It would be quite too expensive to_puir
lish the volumes of certificates that have been given
for this article, and the niers DI it are requested to
spread the name
,to a persons whom they think will
be benefited by it.
Speak of it in all families, and you will do your du•
ty to your folio* creatures, and Cost assured of the op
probation of all good men, and will receive pour "award
We call on all good cititena to make known the of
feet* of this wonderful lamed) ,
Remember, and ask for Orrick's Vermifte.
Hundred's of children and adults are lost yearly with
worms, when some other cause has been supposed to
be the true one.
It is admitted by all doctors tint scarce a man, wo•
Man, or child exists, but what sooner or later are
troubled with worms, and in hundreds of cases. sad to
relate, a supposed- fever, scarlatina, cold, or some other
ailing carries off the flower of the human family—
while in truth they die of worms! sod these could
have been eradicated in a day, by the use of one bottle
of ORRICK'S VERNIIFUGE.
How sickening the thought that these things shottlu
be—and who can ever forgive themselves for not try
ing this WORM EXTLRM[NATOR, when they
know that even if the case was not worms, this reme
dy could not by any possibility do burt—but always
good as a puigative, let the disease be what it way.
How important then to use it, and who will dare to
take the responsibility to do without it? Let all pa
rents ask themselves this question in truth and sober-
For sale by Dr. EL C. PORTER, Towanda, Ge
Fire t Fire!
A"you insured I application received and inane
ces effected by J. E. CANFIELD, Agent for
the }flowing safe and popular companies :
The Hudson Itiver Piro Insurance Co.
The St. Lawrence Company.
Capital ft 300,000.
The Empire State Company.
Capital • • $200,000.
The Washington Company.
Capital over 5 I 206,00.
The State Mutual at 21.arsisburg Zia.
With a large Capital .nil large increasing Caeb Fund
the Great Pennsylvania Company.
The United States Life Insurance Annuity & Trust
° On the new principle by which the insitred partici
pates in the profits.
J. E. CANFIELD, Athena, Pa.
Important to Housekeepers:
~,,,,,,,5,,pr,,,„ TUE subscriber thankful for the
-....- liberal patronage berelcdoti fc
,-V-----r,, z -- - - -. ceived, begs leave to infoim his
a - - `rri friends and the public generally,
641 1 , 4N and those commencing House
,,-"----* • 'keeping in particular that he has
-5.5..---Titip 1 I now on hand a large assoriment
of FURNITURE, which he will
warrant to be made in a substantial manner, and of
the best materials.
BUREAUS, such as mahogany and walnut dress
ing bureaus, marble and plain tops ; mahogany and
walnut washstands, marble tops, rind plain, of dif
ferent patterns, Card and end tables, sofas Couch
es, whatnots, &c.
13EADSTEADS.—lligh, Field, French and low
post beadsteadi, finished in handsome style and of
approved patterns, together with other furniture usu
ally called c . 0., all of which will be sold on the most
j" The subscriber is also provided with -a plain
and fashionable HEARSE, and will hold himself in
readine-s to attend to all orders in undertaking.
He will furnish ice boxca When desired, by the aid
of which the corpse may be kept (or a week. COF
FINS READY MADE. CHESTER WELLS.
N. B.—Furniture of all kinds made to order, and
warranted to be of the best ttaterials and workman
Towanda, January 17, 1852.
Removed to B. Kingsbery's Block !
lir A.; Chamber/in,
1.. me LTA 8 j
net reiii incd from the city
illit t 1-1- of New York with a large
~ , , . .ik su pply of Watches, Jewelry and
i i ,.. .. •‘.i11:7 silver ware, emptying in pert,
.I;pc the following articles:—Lever,
~.,,,r.„,„„ L Epine and Plain Watches, with
(......)1 IL I ' S ' 4 Zi a complete assortment of Gold
Jewelry, such as Ear Rings, Fin
ger Ri n ls, Breast Pins, Bracelets, Lockets, Gold chains,
Gold pens, Keys, etc. Also, aft ions of Silverware,
and any quantity of Steel Beads--all of which he offers
for sale exceeedingly cheap for CASH.
Watches repaired on short matte, and warranted
to run well, or the money will be refunded,. and a writ-
ten agreement. given to that effect if required.
N. 81- - MAPLE SUGAR, and Country Produce
taken in payment for work; and ale,. /corn now,
orever, that the Prodtiee must be paid when the work
if done--1 war against cieffit..4 all go forms.
W. A. CHAMBERLEIO, Agent.
Towanda, April 28, 1850. ,
ECONOMY, DURABILITY AND NEATNESS,
Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufactory,
T ERE CULP & Co., respectfully inform the public
a/ that they have taken the shop lately occupied by
C. F. Harder. on Main street, a few doom below the
Brick Row, where they will keep on hand • large
masoatoo D pasawacio LmaDl3o9
TRUER% P•LISES, WEIIPS, ETC.
All articles in their line manpfactnred to order. and
made of the best materinliand for . workrnanship cannot
be surpassed in Northern Pennsylvania, They solicit
a call from those wishing to purchase, confident that
they can give satisfaction both as to quality end price.
01. Cash will be paid for Hides and Sheep Pelts,
the highest rates, at our shop.
Sale Leather, Upper Leather, Harness Leather and
Calf skins, for ante in any
Towanda, November 19th, 1850.
Adams dt MiXacihrlane,
HAVING entered inVice:paiinership in the practice
of law, have also established an agency for the
sale of real estate in the county of Bradford. Persons
having teal estate which they dealt, to sell, by calling
end leavini.r a description of their property with the
terms diode, will undoubtedly find it to their advan
Persons destroui of purchasing can learn where,prop•
erty is for sale--1 description of the .ganitt with the
price and terms of 'payment and be inffirmad as to the
validity of title. J. C. ADAMS.
Towanda, Mry 2, MI. J. MACFARLANE.
STEAM' 640114E8 :AND -BOILERS:
iNgll - 113115113C COMIXPALIVE,
AITANUFACTURS Steam Engines and Boilers
OA from Bto 1000 rhorses power. llorisontsl En•
gine*, on heavy iron bed plates, east Ill'erne piece. All
have expansion valves- all Joints ground so as to be
steam tight without pac king or paint; all bearings and
wearing surfaces large, and Muting in adjust/tide boxes,
of bronze or Babbitt metal; all , Deland° wheels with
tornedbelt face.llrtestdator is attached to the bed
plate. The rOted , ad* t. In an indepea dent stand,
arranged with crank shaft and tight and loose pulley,
ready to receive it belt from the engine ehaft or from
any other shah. The *he/briefly of work is not atir•
passed by any engine builders in the United States.
Boiler* of the bear American or English iron heads,
cast or wrought iron—either ttibuldr or with flues—
made in the most thorough ma'n'ner.
Engines from 8 to 100 horses power constantly on
hand or Ist peen, to be delivered within it few days
of the receipt of an order.
Also,'Ettetre Baw Mills, capable ofsairing 6000 feet
board measure, of one inch, boards, in l2boom, with
one Muley flaw, and requiring no other fuel than the
. pre the prices of o few of these en
Saw Mill, including steam engine, boiler and iron
chimney, complete; pitman irons; muley saw irons
setters ; feed, and all bolts and irons for 30 feet of
carriage, complete, $l5OO,
Steam engine, 10 in. diameter of cylinder, 25 in. stroke
with tubulat boiler, containing 380 square feet of
beating surface, and all castings, pipes, valves, and
other parts necessary to act it in complete opera
Steam enginq,l2 in.diameter of cylinder. 30 in. stroke
with tubular toiler, containing 480 square feet of
heating surface, complete as before, $1775
belivered on the cars of the Boston and Maine Rail
road at Lawrence,26 miles from Easton. Terms,cash
Boilers for the above modified to suit purchasers,
and. prices Ksordingly,
McKay ¢ Hondley, late of Pittefield, - "Mass., whose
steam engines are alrtody widely knoWn, have recently
taken charge of the works of the Essex Compony,and
will be able, with their increased facilities and expe
rience, to make their approi;ed engines cheaper and
better than heretofore.
May 8,1852. y GORDON McKAY, Agent.
WIIATEVtR coitCeins the health and happiness
of a people, is at all times of the most valuable
importance. I take it for granted that every-person
will do all in their power to save , the lives of their
ildren, and that every person will endeavor to pro-
ote their own health at all sacrifices. 1 feel it to be
my duty solemnly to assure yon that NORMS, ac
cording to the opinion of the most celebrated physicians
are the primary causes of a large majority
to which children and adults are liable ; if yen have
en appetite continually changing from one kind of food
to another, bad breath, pain in the stomach, picking at
the nose, hardness and fullness of the bellj, dry cough,
slow fever, pulse iriegular—remember that ell these
denote Worms, and you should at once apply the re
Egobensack's Worm Syrup.
An article founded upon scientific principles, coin:
pounded with purely vegetable_ substances, being per.
fectly safe when taken, and determined in all its effects
and not leaving the system in a diseased condition,
Most advertised 'nostrums, composed of Calomeltforthe
removal of Worms, such is Lozenges, Vermifuges,
&c., but has performed the must astonishing cures,and
saved the lives of thoilainds, both young and old,who
have been pronounced hopeless—incurable by Physi
cians. Read the following, and become convinced of
its efficacy over all others:
Mounts Rivmt, N, J.
Ma. J. N. Holiewsser-- , This is to certify that my
child, l 5 yeam of age, having been sick for 5 years,and
was attended by Drs. Loper, Whillia end Phisler for a
long time without receiving any benefit; wh en slier
g:ving her up as incurable, I went to Philadelphia end
consulted one of the beat physicians; her disease still
growing worse. It was at this time I was induced to
try lidynaudes Worm Syrup, and after taking two
bottles she entirely regained her health. Hoping that
this will prove a benefit to parents whose children are
I am yours, &c., R. Dovratsa.
Sobensaek's 'Liver Pilts.
NO part of the system is More liable to disease than
the Livsa, it serving as a filterer to purify the blood,
or giving a proper secretion to the bile ; so that any
wreng action of the Liver effects the other important
parts of the system, rind results variously in Jaundice,
Liver complaint, Dyspepsia, &c. We should, therefore
watch every symptom that night indicate a wrong
action of the Liver. These Pills being composed of
Rasta and Plants, furnished by nature" to heal the sick
—Namely, Ist: An Expectorant, which augments the
secretion from the pulmonary mucus membrane, or
promotes the discharge of secreted matter. 2nd—an
Alle:catite, which changes in some insensible and in
explicable manner, the certain meek' action of the
system. I.l—a Tome, which gives tone. and strength
to the nervous system, renewing health and vigor to all
parts of the body. 4th—a Cathartic, which acts in
perfect harmony with other ingreaients, and operating
on the bowels, and expelling_the whole mass of cortupt
and vitiated matter, and pyrTfying the blood, which do.
strove disease and restores health.
Agents for Bradford County—Dr. H. C. Porter and
J. M. Reed, Towanda ; C. H. Herrick, Athens ; M.
Bullock & Co. Smithfield ; Barnes & Bailey, Waver
ly, ; H. Spear, Springfield ; Eli Baird, Troy ; L D.
Taylor, Burlington BMW!) & Rockwell, Monroeton ;
Parkhust & Lamb, Leroy ; Chas. Rathbone, Canton ;
also T. B. Husrland, Columbia, travels in the adjacent
counties. , 4gy
WA MIL =AM AMID
BINGHAMTON, N. Y.
TalS institution is located in a beautiful and rn.
mantic grove at the base of Mt. Prospect, and
within the corporation of the village. Possessed of
an abundant supply of the purest soft water. advan
tages for exercise in the pure air, of carriage and
footwalks up the mountain, free from the " noise
end turmoil of - busy life," irith 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 comtnndipas—bathing ap
paratus excellent—well ventilated; with 230 feet
The Medical depanment is under the entire care
of Dr. THAYER - and wife, who have had a large
experience in Hydropathic practice, andjire favora
bly known as successful practitioners. Courses of
lectures, with full plates and illustrations, will be
given throughoht the season to the students and pa
tients upon Anatomy, Pil l ysiology and Hygiene, for
which there will be no additional charges. Females
who have been confined to their beds for yeais, are
invitee to.correspond with us, or give us a call.—
Our succeswin `the treatment of those diseases pe
culiar to women, have given us confidence, and we
say to all such, even if they have "suffered much of
many Physicians." make one more trial.
Terms from $4 to Off per week (pa able weekly.)
according to room and attention required. Patients
will provide for personal use 2 comfortablee, 2 blau•
kets, 3 linen or cotton sheets and 6 towels.
0. V. THAYER, M.D.. Resident Physician. .
D. W. & H. M. BARN EY. Proprietors.
ADAM ESENWINE respectfully informs die pub
lie that be now occupies the shop where himsel
and brothirhave ftir Fears, worked, nearly opposite
Temkin.' (comity, where. he is ready to do all work
in his line, as formerly irr the best Manner.' Re is de
termined the! reputation he has attained es a skilful
workman shall not attire, by any neglect of the inter
ests of etiqomers,or by any inattention to bisinets.
TOOL% manufactured to prder—inachinefy of all
kinds re . pa t ptd lb the best manner , and every kind of
fu s oem
Repainn and Manufacturing will be done at short
notice, kin tho style desired.
gone 6' "' g, on reasonable terms, lie will plea
take Country Produce in payment for work, but ob
jects 'Dully to credit.
Towands, Jae. 17, 1851,
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For the Claire et
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
nunterous,medicines extant, ( a d
O of them valuable) for the cure of pei nw ;::
complaints, nothing bas ever been found which e Li
compare in its effects with this Fteparation. Go t t;
cure sometites, but at all times and in all div a* ,
the lungs and throat where medicine can give aid
this will do it. It is pleasant to take, and w ad ,
safe in accordance with the directions. we do
advertise for the information of those who have ttiel
it but those who have not.
,Families that tom tw it
its value will not he without it, and by its timely
they aro secure from the dangerous consequ en ,„„
Coughs and Colds which neglected, ripen into E go
The Diploma of the Massachusetts Institute
awarded to this preparation by the Board of Jud o ,,
September )847. ; allo t the Medal; of the three tit i
Institutes of Art, in this_ country ; also the Dipl ob
of the Ohio Institute at Cincinnati, has been tra il ,
the Cilelitate PicTOTIAL, by their Government in a ,
aideration of its extraordinary excellence and a se hl
ness in curing affections of the Lungs and Throw,
Read the following opinion founded on the is,
experience of the eminent Physician of the Pelt ej
Dr- J. Ayer : ST. monies, May 8, - 1851,
Five years trial of your Cherry Pectoral in my
tics, has proven what I foresaw from its MDT
must be true, that it eradicates and cures the
and colds to which we, in this section, ant •
liable. I think its equal has not fet been
nor do I know how a better remedy can be ma
the distempers of the throat and lungs.
J. J. Bettina, M.D., F.
See what it, has done on a wasted constitutit
only in the following cases, but a thousand more:
Dr. Ayer: BvD vn r, Jan. 21, 2851
In the month of Jule last, 1 was attacked by a
lent diarrhera in the mines of California. I ret
to San Francisco in hope of receiving benefit '
change;of climate and diet.—My diarbiaa
was followed by a severe cough—and mud
I finally t tarted for home, but received no b en ,
from the voyage. My cough continued to gro w
and when I arrived in New York, I was at one
ed by my acquaintances as a victim of consul
I most confess that I sew no sufficient reason
what my friends all believed. At this time
menced taking your truly invaluable medicine
little expectation of deriving any benefit from
You would not receive these lines did I not re,
my duty to state to the afflicted, through you Ma
health in the space of eight months is fully
ed. I attribute it to the use cif iciut CHERRY.
TORA L. Yours truly,
WILLIAM W. 81117 a
WAsittlecToni, Pa, April 2, pm.
Dear Sir : Feeling that I have been spared
premature grave, through your instrumentalla )
providence or God, I will take the liberty to
Cough, and the alarming symptoms of Ci
had 'educed me too low to leave me any,
hope, when my physician brought me a bonle
" PECTORAL. " It seemed to Otani irarnedat
and now in a few weeks time has rendered mr
if it will do for others what it has done tot
are certainly one of the bencfctors of mankind.
Sincerely wishing you every blessing, sm
Very respectfully yours,
I. CLARK. Rector pi St. Peter'
With such assurance and front - such men,
ger proof can be adduced unless it be from
Prepared and sold by JAMES C. AYER,
Chemist. Lowe I. Mass.
Sold by Dr. 11. C. PORTER, Towanda,
Wellsborti; E. Dyer. Covington; Ilurniihrt
Borden, Tioga ; W. IL Elliott, Minna t A."
'Montrose; and by all Drugzi-ta e,,rynlare.
riental or Govereign 13a
NONE Genuine unless neromraf,i,,l by
le of the above Engraveal Wrapper of
SOULE & Co„ upon oath bov.
In offering to the public this iu-th . c eeleh
EREIGN BALM OF LIFE, it I not Nt
make any false statements or ull,l assertion
superior efficiency in restoring to health ihr
suffering, well knowing that their re.•
STANDARD MEDICINE is of itself it
once for tbo afflicted. "
Many proofs might be given of their vs.
but we prefer . those unacquaint•M w alk the
themselves by enquiring of living wiinesse
the Pills. They wi.l find them perfectly
able in all cases, being purely r, grlable,sai
tine worthy their best confidence and pew
The following certificate uss sent u 5
HLIt RI ETT• v Monroe Co. N. V.. Nisr
We the undersigned, citizens 4,1' liescet
aged personally Dr. Gnelc'.• S44cer, '4l/-
witnessed the itealth.restorimr Keel , tb'r e°l
recommend these Pills to the afflicted as tbi
which we are acquainted.
G. M. ROBERTS, G. 11. Da
M. D. PHILLIPS, D. G. 0 M..
H. A. TIBBETTS, .I.Ems
P.S.—You mat liberty to publish this'
Thwarts or Corrresnrryrs ! We aro
any one who is making a spurious article
ed to make use of our name ; hut some se
had the impudence to imitate our tvres
Circtlars. Certiftcales, &c. Fri , rsc the
careful when •bey purchase, they well be
The genuine Sorereqn Balm Plb
wholesale and retni' •of Dr. :SOULE &
Onondaga Co. N.
Sold by Dr. H. C. roßTEn,Tow3nf ,
their Agents in every town in the cousin'
W'msport & Athens Railroad
TOW AND A CHEAP
a EO. 11. TirNTINt:, rrwerttuilr int
lie that he has removt a 111. 40,V b'
building, one door below IX %‘.:'s'
ho will he happy to ace nil oh' way t' t
Good and Cheap nothing. Ile evnta,l
to his stock all the new and de-tratilit 51'
toms, end feels confident ho can +2 11, ,Y
may give him a call.
Just receiving from New Vork. a 11 . '
ble assortment of Spa:no:7'd 8,,V3e1t
in the best manner, a:limbic!, will It. so.
the lowest prices.
He has also receiVtal, a I.lr4+' lot Of
'cation and which - will tw r.old at low wt°
made arrangements lay which he or' Ka i
title desired, with the • certainty of r
Cutting anal making up, don" u°ll
fashionable manner, promptly end to
61 . 4 d.
Towanda, May l, 1851 y.
(1 ROCKERY & WARE
Jere.! IQ: ea.!r h)