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ls Palmetto' Sons.
My sturdy sons, bring rut% the share,
All sharp to turn the untetti'd soil,
Uwe in autumn tail, would bear
The goldea sheaves, fear not the toil !
Those \ demagogues who 'wive for place,
And other's cliairi'd to• ntoty's car,'
Fancy in labor there's dikgrare,
And honor in inhuman war,
Not so we wreck our coiner'y's weal,
True honor laye in arts of pe:Jce,
Well guard it with our hearts of steal—
And dtg to find the • goteen fleece.'
Not while we till the teeming earth,
Let tie forget that we are b! , unil,
13y all the blesAines of our birth,
To strive that knowledge may abound
n l t thought the Spring to labor calk,
d :Summer sees the fi,t - eitzn glow :
Autumn with plenty fills oar halls—
In %Vatter tleasu es over4w.
Then let us' bless cur nappy state,
And yie'd 10 earth the seed and grain ;
With grateful heart we'll worh and watt,
• The early and the latter rata.
Mit rto lily crop is an importmt
arid many rtige,tions ealculateti to faeilnate the
getting it in goi.d o7i.'.er, may perhaps be cniti.i,ler
eilas not altinzether out of pace in IL!
the Tett ii," where ,eve.y bot'iry looks : or par
ticular information. It is the g°'/ erII practice—or
rather it 11:4; been the 14elie; - al practice iu most
"to make' hay in run," I. e. by iyieadiiit4
it broaile!-t cver the guard wiicie II 1- rut ; alt.! al
lowirg it to remain ev n,ed
it in irh) etintlh to leri;ove IL) ihe
Now. the method 1 havo d . dlers c alt ly
in all the rno-t essential fer , m.cs td the business,
11. is plan, and as I have hi..? it over and
over and again, and become peilewly satisfied
several years praNice ti•+l tt i.fl:l new birtgied notwn
to be Lauded o;.ly by lira Ft'l.u . .ei: 4 and reridva•or,
of ohl usuages. I will f.ir the beneld of my
latudier farti/e,, Ivl,o c.w iudu.c r as il,ey
In the lust ;Lice ; I hetet' diutJ gr tlzi of an)
kind to Lecome Lay ul,de stamili,4 I comatedee
to cut rmlici L.:we period of to ol
der that I may get throatJi 11, lie the seed becomes
fully rile, or sulF,Lietitly I:pe shatter out. iu
mowing, I woll 1.61 cut a -pear tili the dew had
left the glass, and I:ieri lay a: much as possi
ble befwe three —rak mg' at rii.4ht (u Leo the
grass is than um] u allow of It ) only n bat was
cut bcloie I I o'clock ; that cut iu the part of
the day Ileirg alcwcd to rernalti in swath MI the
Morrow, %%Leo- it sli,uld be turned ot er carefully
but not 6ro.ezal, and be put Imo grass cocks al
/4fit. Lr this Couch Jun may remain Wall it is
In form:r.g grass (7ock.,ca:e si.oidd he had that
they ;V:e not - n ade too lar4e pound of
eared hay is for a co, k, t,.d if no mow
than o,', is poi up Oleic never VNOI t , e an) clanger
hea , io , i, in clear weather. and it %‘ I'd make
very rapi“ly. and without any lo...bicolor or flavor,
and he much more polialaVe that made in the
tun by Fpleadiii:z 111 the 11.1.1
In m aki t whorell.rs
the folk t much more conve ,10:11 urneut th;t:,
the r:kt, itiperl.4niin , ..; the be...t , wo,k, al•
ttinti!li the rake triti-t f ‘II ,iv l'n !,• in r.l ,1, 0 heu , tet .
it;s, and give chapel° the ,d. 2, Le wg thiown
n - ether the t' k.
If the weather •
hay t•bmill.d be put together compactl} a po , ,iti:e
and well capped ; but should it t o h e !air,
with no pin-pee: of ra , t. Late need be exereii•
ed, and cocks may be tinewn n,.•_:eth e r as t i,nal
with hay that is made in the oriniary way. Hay
that has been prppet I y rocked : will. if the weather
be favorable, make sulfide:o;y to home ire two n,
'Fh t e ve(y eln , iderabie lusses experienced by the
ledlous ar,rf t )(r.trac'ed procesq of , ! , ,e a j l og rahrn
eqek;wz, rpenit:(2, s!,.(kint; and p: cl.urr t , p, arc en
tirely otivl,l•Cti l y this alki there i(= no loss
of tune, nr 1131(11,1y 1,1 be caa2:(l in: udder shower ,
wit}: a dczen lons of hay Ni),(;:r•.! the field ) ( 0
be we: and lie.ltatis siintled ICs , tt hay tit grass
cocks gets wet, the only course pursue
it stand till it gets dry A heavy sht,ver or a long
storm twill scatcely w - et dim II an tt.ch and tiiis r
when the weather ett!.als, tt iIl S tun Jay, and :Lein:.
side be as bright and sweet to the smell as when
Clover hay. 'A h reculia; chamc;er
and structure of the leave, is liable to be deprived
uf its mom valuable parts by the Irequern and se
vere badlings it receives in snaking, i.. so much
)mpoved by this prove-s •!1•It no one who once
makes a trial of tt , will ever think cf renouncing
If the clow•er be cut when and a l.
lowed to remain in swath tdi jn=t bekne niLtht of
the same 0.4, and t ,en be catetully turned Nsidi a
ut,le to brut~ the under and unwetted side
to encounter the dew, and be allowed to remain in
Anis state till the alteittoon of the lolton int!, day, acid
orit formed inw light ..!..assroults by pitching them
• .-tether in flakes, the hay will be as g:een and
eel when carried to the barn, as it v‘ as when
•,t, and this e.iiliont the lo , s of any portion which
of value as a feed for Nock. Even the licit co
or the blossom will be retained, as well as the
beautilul peen of the leaves and the Nhi
•-,..0re of the tstclle. -
ker grasses are perhaps 13-:neE,;eLl in an equal
' by being cured in this way, al:hough fiom
. :erence of s!ructure the advatita'7e may not be
art, obvious to the eye. Every one has no
doubtless, that green grass made in ve , y hot
. :.er shrivels up, lases its elasticity, an,l becomes
tizat•le, or liable In break at the slightest touch.
, coalition it is impossible to stir or handle it
• ••• - •ct severe loss ; nor is it. so palatable to cattle
, • kind as the same gran s eared in the man
r• ',owe recommen.le,l.
;users of h:ty t g'enerally 1001; much to the co
-1 '!,e article, and consider this as a sort al cii,
t jtutging, of its vrlue. Arid in this they
vire rott.rt . Licht colored. yellarct•h as, is rare
ty o nub va!tte, bet:Uri Lei li••l I rLie,l , ur wat,h
ed by ra n ts. in et het of which c ; ‘, d iti d t , a i t i, a l.
most al a ays refo , ed
.f.y t•.r• , 'e'st ci towed
eat it by severe t.origer, Put bay coned tit gra , t ,
r rucks tf cut at lbe season, never prt t:eitt -
%hie appeanittee, and tt•weet and g'tntl.—
Germ,i It town TO rapt.,
Wily tire heed. %vitro rp.wit W... gate po.
They ale (hilted w ttte earth to pl.pag.de (pity 41
Another Rescue by
SOEMME.I6 PIIIMEOZCIECI STILTIV.
T was on the verge of the envie; and so tat gone that
my family' and friends had lost all hopes of my re
covery ; and when in this situation, havtng been res
cued by the use of Sebenck's Putmonic Syrup, I de
site to testify, with grateful emotion to Dr. Schenck,
the unspeakable benefit I have received from the use
of his invaluable inetlicine.
Early last fall, l contracted a violent cold, and in
consequence of whith I had chills, alternated with , fe
ver. pains in my right breast and Shoulder blade. with
a had cotiett. and no expectoration. I kept getting.
worse main took my bed, and had the attendance of
Imy family physician. I was under his care about four
wee be, Alt , ' at the expiration of that time was reduced
so low that. despair took bold of myself and friends,
and even my physician abandoned me and gave me
up to die with the hasty consumption. My appetite
was gone, toy bo Ark nry irregular. fever and night.
eats, 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
en object of pity to behold. My friends had been sent
for to see use die, and toy sick lied 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. I)a% id Conrad, proposed to try Schenck's
Pulmonic Syrup, with a view of loosening my cough
and relieving ma of tough phlegm, and as a means
of nfTording temporary relief, remarking at the time,
lbw I was too for gone for the Syrup to be of arty
permanent bsnefit."" My wife, anxious for the relief
toy intense sufferings, procured some of the Pul
mimic Syrup. I found it afforded me relief, and con
tinued using it. I could feel its healing influence
upon my lungs.
I cantinas to improve under its use, and my friends
were much gratia.il to witness my unexpected im
provement ; many of my neighbors came to look at use
as one raised from the dead,
My cough now became loose, and I felt something
w cn I had the pain in my breast, and I dis
charged huge quantities of yellow matter. I have for
weeks discharged arid ra.sed a spit box full of matter
every day, with bard 'minis like grains of something.
My bowels now became regular and ti moral, and my
appetite was so far improved, that I could scarcely re
frain from eating ton much. My strength improved,
and I regained my flesh.
I contierod to improve in every respect soon after I
:mtnmenced using the Syrup, and the improvement
continued until I was resiored to my health. I have
passcil through the inclement weather of the latter
part of winter rind the spring, and feel as well now as
ever I felt in my life, and I am this day a living testi
mony of the great efficacy of Schenck's Pultnontc
Syrup in curing pulmonary diseases. .
Lest this statement be thought too highly col,-red by
some people, I subjoin certificates of a (lumber of the
inhabitants of iacony, who saw me ut different times
during my disease, and never expected to see me restor
ed. I aka append the certificate of the brothers of
Mystic Lodge, N 0.270. I. 0. of 0. P., who kindly
watched over me,-end fully believed they would con
my remains to the tomb ; hut, thanks to Dr.
Schenck for his invaluable P-ulmonic Syrup, my life
has been spared, and I am permitted to make Elie fire•
going statement for the benefit of sufferi n g man kind.
I testue at Tacony , end am well known by must of
the people there, and will be gratified to have any
person call upon me and learn mere particulars of the
virtues of this medicine. JOHN C. GREEN.
June 211 h, 1851.
The subscribers, members of the Mystic 1 od te, No.
270, 1, (). of 0. F. of Hobritsburg, Fa. do hereby cer
tify that we.know John C. Green. (and is a member
in good standing in No. 270 I. 0. or 0. F.) who was
d ingt.rously ill with a low Pulrn mir-y Consumption,
last w int. r.su that they give him ep .0 die ; that he
is now fully restored to perfect health, and they believe
recovery was produced by Schenck's Pultnonic
1. 4 y rup,
We believe his certificate is correct in every par
ticular. HENRY NEFF. P. G.
ALFRED IZOBINsON , P. G.
ABRAHAM ARTHUR, P. G.
J. W. OM WA N. N. G.
JACOB 'N ATERMAN, JR.
J AMES C. CALI/ ER.
Hulmesburg, Philadelphia Co., June 25, 1 , 151.
The undersigned, residents; of l'acony, eielti miles
stove Philadelphia, helm; well aronainted wi h John
to,en, and , he.eircuuistunces unecomg hi- rase,
feel impelled by a deep sense of imperative duty, to
make universally known to the pu'dic his entire recov
ery from the very last stages of Pulmona.y Consump
tion. So entirely helpless';‘-taits condition, having
been hut n brief period since in that rapid y sinkina
and emaciate state, as to overly preclude, in the opin
ion-of his physicians and friends, who watched by his
bedside, ell hopes of ecen a temporary recovery and
restoration to his present robust health. Thus the care
ful use of your invaluable tipeeifie, the Pulmonic Syr
up. makesit our belief, under the circumstances of his
previous prostrate, not to say dying condition, one of
the most startling results that the whule annals of medi
cal skill yr science can produce. It deserves L.) be int
pet ishably reco - ded to your credit, and secure to you,
the greatest discoverer of this hitherto rernediless dis
ease, a lasting, monument and a world-wide reput a tion
in the healing art, that no time may either diminish or
destroy. 'laving witnessed Mr. Green's distressing
struggles and sufferings from a continued cough, au
peradded to the other symptoms consequent upon, or
attending to the last 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 former health, we feel it thus our duty to give our
unqualified testimony of Mr. Green's perfect recovery,
by means of the eactusive use of your wonderful Syr
up ; and we should indeed rejoice if we could he made
t h e humble instruments of relief and cure to o:hers who
may he so unfortunate as to be similarly Billeted.
David Conrad,. Jenne Duffield,
C. liinehte, A. Death,
Joseph Head, Jr . , Jesse Watson,
Stephen Lukens, Rohert Allyn,
Mat hew Toden, inme. Totiwct,
John Bloomesfuitlr, Allen vandegrift
Prepared only by Dr. Schenck, and sold, whole
sale and retail. by his sole agents, Jnhn Gilbert & Co.,
Whole'ale Druggists, 177 North Third street, Phil's,
Clicken & Co. 81 Barclay street, N. Y. Redding & Co.
No. 8 State at. Boston ; H. Blakeley, corner Thihl and
Chestnut streets. St. Louis ; and by principal Druggists
throughout the United States. And by the following
Agents in Bradford County :
H. C. Porter, Towanda ; D. Bailey & San, T.elays•
sill!; T. Humphrey, thwell ; Maynard & Woodburn,
Rome ; J. J. Warford, Monroe ; D. D. Parkhurst„
Leßoy ; C. C. Rathbone, Canton; Kina dt Vosburg
Troy ; G. A. Perkins, Athens .
:ar All letters addressed to DR. J. IL SCHENCK,
Cale of John Gilbert 4 Co., Wholi sale Druggists, No.
177 North Third street: Philadelphia.
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
CRARLES P. PREEIVIAN & CO.,
(LATE FREEMAN, HODGES AND CO.)
IMP:, RTERS AND JOBBERS.
14-1 liro.tdcay, one Door south W . Liberty st. N. Y.
lj AVE now on band, and will be receiving daily
11. through the season, New Goods, direct from the
Eur..rwan manufacturers, and cash Auctions, rich,
fashionable, fancy Silk Millinery Goods. Our . rock
of Rich Ribbons, comprises every variety of the latest
and most beautiful designs importedt
Many of our goods aro manufactured expressly to
our order, from our own designs and patterns and
stand unrivaled. We offer our goods for nett Cash,
.st lower prices than any credit !loose in America can
All purchasers will find it greatly to their interest to
reserve s portion of their money and make selections
from our great variety of rich cheap goods.
,n; rich for Bonnets, Caps, Sashes and Belts,
flonnet—SMis, Satins, Crapes, Lisses and Tailetons,
Embroideries, Collars, Chenuactur, Copes, Berthas,
Ilabit.t, sleeves, Cuffs, Edgin;s and, Inserting*, Em.
nrdtdered Laces for bhaivls, Mantillas, and Veils, Boni.
ton , Meenled, Vslencienes and Brussels Laces, Eng
twit and Wove.. Thread, Smyrna, Lisle Thread, and
Cotton Lures, liid , ],isle Thread, Silk, and Sewing
silk !doves and Mitts, French and American Anificial
Flowers, French Lace, Engiirtt, American and Italian,
ow Bon ner. , Trimmin.a.
OOTS & SHOES!
Sofia 'Wlietuti •
AS removed hid aishtfsfatiint fo H. Miss stoto.
13 corner of trodh street sod the, pubttc squitri, sad
will continuo the unnufactare of Boots sod Shoes, as
He has just received from New York a large assort
ment of Women's, Children's and Misses' Shoes, which
are offered at low prices. The attention cf the Ladies
is pseidufarly directed to his assortment, comprising
the following new styles :—Enamelled Jenny Lind gai
ter boots; do. shoes ; black lasting and silk gaiters ;
walking shoes. buskins, &e. Misses' gaiters and shoes,
of every description. A large assortment of Children's
fancy gaiters, boots and shoes, of all kinds.
For the Gentlemen, almost every style of gaiters and
shoes. This stock has been personally selected with
care, and he believes he can offer superior articles at
cry The atridfilif attention paid to Manufacturing,
and he hors by doing work well to merit a et-tunne
l:wee of tht liberal patronage be has hitherto received.
Towanda, May 8, 1851.
,U,3111)1111TO Ear 1,1031371 7
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE to No. 2, Brick
Row, (up stairs.) in the room formerly occupied
by Hon. D. Wilmot as a law office, where ho will be
pleased to iee those requirio his professional services.
Towanida. 7.4 ovem he r 18, tB.7it
.31M . • G. MT IrlICIIE3111,111:1111.111L_.S9
H A VING locatedin Towanda, his services may
be obtained by addressing a line through the Post
Otfiee,or by calling at the ()thee of Ulysses Mercur,
Esq., where he will be found, or where a written rip
licateinn may be h•ft. Nov. 1, 185().
~I lii ,TfsW . a:Za4l. EFTLB-V,LCU
Is Still in Operation !
THE subseriberi have moved to the new building on
Pine street, one door below Mercers store whete
they will keep on hand and make to order, ploughs,
stove and mill irons of almost all desetiptions. Turn
ing and fitting up work, will be done also on reasonable
terms as at Elmira x Owego. Old iron will be taken
in payment. JOHN CARMAN & CO.
Towanda, April 2G, ISSI,
NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP.
TIIE subscribers respectfully infirm the public that
they have taken the shop formerly occupied by
Adam Esetturine, 110 Main street, nearly opposite
Drake's 'wagon shop, where they arc prepared to do all
kinds of BLACKSMIIIIING upon reasonable terms.
They arc determined by ding their work well and
promptly, to merit, as they hope to receive a share of
HORSE—SHOEING done in the best manner. All
kimlrot repairing Machinery, executed in the most skil
WOOD WORK for wagons will also be made and
repaired when desired.
All work done at their shop, will he warranted lobe
well done, and manufactured from the best materials.
The public are re q uested to give us a trial, and judge
fur themselves. ESEN WINE & SEE DISCHH.
Towanda, May 2. 1851.
MYSTERIOUS KNOCKINGS IN TOWANDA!
Clock, Watch, and Jewelry Store !
A, M. WARNER takes this method
1.4: of informing his old customers arid the
f: publir generally, that he has rurehased
"sad f i '
Jewelry, P. il
andisstock C o R 'l
I ' mNe‘n. Watches,
71; l e -!44s
ii i. b.:•v e
business in all of iis various branches at the old stand
of the latter, on Mom street, two doors south of Brick
Row. His reputation as a watch repairer is so well
established in this community, that it is hardly neces
sary to say a word on that point. With his Jung 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 es I
recommend, or the money refunded.
A good assortment of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
kept constantly on hand.
My motto shall he—quick sales, small profits, cash
down, and no credit given. Credit need not he asked
for--as I am hound not to make its acquaintance.
Towanda, July 12, 18.50. A. M. WARNER.
MECHANICS UNION ASSOCIATION,
Principal office, No. 442 Broadway, New York.
Branch Office, Towanda, Pa.
(Office North side of the Public square, with J. D.
Accumulated Cush and Guarantee Capital, 560,000
This associat.on has declared a dividend of 35 . 4
per cent. for the year ending A pril Ist,
BO LIABILITY TO ASSESgM ENT
D. DEAN, Presulent, G. C. Wont), N. D. Jun
,ll' KIM., WM. PATTEN, Financial Con-nmet.
The object and design of this association 1.; ii
'table thoke with whom especially time and health
are money,, by the payment of a small annual sum,
to receive a *edify allowance in cases of stekne,s
or accident, which shall prevent them from attend- ,
ing to their ordinary business. By the parinent of
the following annualdeposits, you will become a life
member, and be entitled to a weekly benefit during
life, if you.should be disabled by siclintss or acci
dent from attending to your ordinary business occu
pation. Females insured against diseases common
to both sexes.
The proof of sickness required, Is a certificate of
the attending Physimat, or of three members of the
assoCiation. 'rhe association publishes a weekly
Newspaper contnining a report of the business of the
association, amount of claims paid &c. The paper
is sent free to members monthly, or 50 ets weekly.
Yearly Deposits of Members under 50 yearn of
age : Table of Rates:
$2 00 per year draw $2 00 per week,
3 00 3 00 "
400 At 400 "
5 00 5 00 "
6 00 G 00 "
700 700 "
00 8 90 "
9 00 9 00 "
10 00 10 00 "
cO. First week Excepted .:1
Those over fifty years of age will be charged
twentysfive per cent. extra. SI 50 admission lee
will be charged in addition to the :above, the first
year, and must be paid of the lime of application,
and the first years' deposit within thirty days.
His Excellency Wm. F. Johnson, Harrisburg
Johnson. Wells & Co.,Courtland Street, N V.
Bowen & McName, Silk Merchants, Broadway,
Eckel. Raiguel & Co., North 3d Street, Phila
Hon. James M. Porter, Easton, Pa.
Hon. Richard Broadhed, U. 8. Senator, Pa
William McHaley. Bloomsburg.
Rev. R. Nelson, Principal Wyoming Seminary,
WILES Anus nErsnrAccs
Rev. 3: Dorrance, Wilkesbarrre,
Rev. J. Boyd. do
A. B. Hillard Esq. do
t:. M. Hollenback, Esq. do
Ziba Bennett. Esq. do
H. B. Wright, Esq. do
We are personally and well acqusinterl with gee.
J. Dorrance.G. M. Hollenback, Ziba Bennett and H .
U. Wright all of Wilkesbarre, wnose names appear
as references for the " Mechanics Union Associa
tion" an organization for health insurance, upon
the mutual principle ; they are gentlemen of high
character, who would not knowingly endorse before
the public any scheme, nnle's they were well assur
ed °fits utili,y, and that it was governed in its man
agement by integrity and a prompt fulfilment of its
D. WILMOT, J. C. MIAMI, WM. EtAre.t.c.,
HS. Marmon, 0. D. BAKTLLTT, H. OvetvroN.
We fully concur I n tie foregoing oNnion as !., the
character awl objects of Mechanics (Amin A tsocia
tion. H. Boo Th.
F. Pow Etc..
E. 0. GOO DRUM.
er" fen. -i "0 ."^”.• Apply at
This is no Quackery!
Or Worm artgroy . er.
2his Nidigne cbnlaini no Mercury, nor any other
Mineral substance. It it purely Vegetable.
This remedy for worms is one of the most extraor
dinary, ever used. It effectually eradicates worms of
all sorts from children and adults.
Thousands polish by worms without the real cause
being known. Some other reason is assigned for the
sickness, until too late to cure the rent cause.
What immense responsibility r.•,ia upon the parent
who does not know, and the doctor who does not un
derstand, the complaint which is destroying those pre
dons flowers of life—children.
What should he done?
The answer is plain. Gite the Vennifuge, which
will be sure to do good if they have, no worms, anl if
they have, it will destroy and eradicate them with, a
certainty and precision truly astonishing.
There is no mercury or mineral in it. Mercury is
the basis of most woruf remedies ; and the remedy is
sometimes worse than the diseage. to never use loz:
mutes, but rely upon this. Every person will be con
vinced on one trial that it is the moat perfect cure
The immense sale that this Vermifuge has. is a sure
test of its value and the estimation in which it is hi-Id
by families. It would be quite too expensive to pub
lish the volumes of certificates that have been giiien
for this article, and the users of it are requested to
spread the name to a persons whom they think will
be benefitted by it.
!Speak of it in all families, and you will do your du
ty to your follow creatures, and feel assured of the al>.
probation of all good men, and will receive your reward
We call on all good citizens to make know* the ef
feets of this wonderful remedy .
Remember, and th.lt for Orrick's Vermifuge.
Hundreds of children and adults - are lost yearly with
worms, a hen some other cause has been supposed to
be the I rue
It is admitted by all doctors that scarce a man, wo
man, or child exists, but what sootier 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 woms! and these could
have been eradicated in a day, by the use den° laJttle
of ORRICK'S VERMIFCGE.
How sickening the thou gft that these things should
be—and who can ever forgive tbernselve.v for not try
ing this WORM EXTLRMINATOR, when they
know that even if the ease was not worms, this reme
dy could not by any possibility do hurb=but always
good as a purgative, let the di•ra:e ho 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
l'or sale Ly Dr. H. C. PORTER, Towava. Ge
Ems I A aents., I6y
Fire ! Fire ! Fire I
A" you insured application received and insur
ances effected by .1. E. CANFIELD, Agent for
the following safe and popular companies :
The Hudson River Piro Insurance Co.
Capital...... ........ • .$200,000.
The St. Lawrence Company.
The Empire State Company.
Capita' ,f. 1200,000.
The Washington Company.
Capital over S 1200,000.
The State Mutual at narrisburg Pa.
With a large Capital nd large increasing Cash Fund
the Great Pennsylvania Company.
The rnitrd States Life Insurance Annuity & Trust
Capital. 4, 250,000
Oil the new principle la) which the insured partici
pates in the profile.
.1. E. CANFIELD, Atheng, ra
arstAvm:v,e'rfatTi'V/AVII_VIVO - OTti,
Important to Housekeepers:
. E , übscri bc r thankful for the
":"er er libel al patronage hereiofure re-
seivedi beg , leave t., inform his
'friends and Coe public geneially,
`` r and ihne eunimenti;,:i Hou.e.
I,keeping, in particular Ihni he ha ,
Innw 1 , /) hand a large as,orunent
s - --, ''- : ::- -;::-- -' 7- 7 1 .- ;
1. ', 1:6 !
14,4 ::::,, ,
L 41: ite.;.l9L- L , t_
of FCIZNITI 'RE, which he will
warrant to be made to a substantial manner, and of
ail! best materials.
1.311/E %US, such as malto , ,,an7 and walnut dress
ing bureaus. marlde and plain t‘ps ; mahogany and
walnut ivashs - tands, marl , !e tops, and plain, of dif
ferent patterns. Card and eiiti tables,Sufas Couch
es, whatnots. ,;:e.
IdEADSTE Field, French and low
post beadstead , , finished in hand,ome style and of
approved patterns, together with other furniture usu
ally called fur, all of which will he sold on the must
cr:11 - The subscriber is also provided woh a plain
ar i d fashionable Ur—kits'', and will hold hi nse/f in
readiness to attend to all orders in undertaking.
Us will furnish ice boxes when desired, by the aid
of which the corpse rosy be kept tt.r a week. (OF
FINS 1/NADY MADE. LUESI•ER 11 ELLS.
N.ll—Furni•nre r,C all kind, marls to order, and
warranted to be of the best materiels cud workman
Towanda, „farm iry 17, 1852.
Removed to B. Kingsberv's Block !
ir .4. Chamberlin.
yyTi As juat room,' I from the rity
1-1 01 New V .rli i• , i . • 1 trec
, „ 111 supply of W
atches ' , t ' rt ,:,d, \ll
/ . 4,
~;. 4 Filer wart, eoril,ll,:. .t, ,art,
Ipa : ". 1t the Cilluva nor artich•s ; , —l, ‘ er ,
,:•• 4 0 0 ..,,, - L'Epiiie and Plain %Vetches, with
%1 . N- 0 ' •" n complete assortment of Gold
Jewelry, such as Ear Rings, Fin
ger Rin;ts,BreasfPins, Bracelets, Lockets, Gold chains,
Gold Pens, Keys, etc. Also, all sorts of Silverware,
and any quantity ofitetl Beads—all of which he offers
for sale exceeedingly cheap for CASH,
%Vl:itches repaired on short notice, and warranted
to run well, or the money will he refunded, and a writ
ten agreement given to that effect if required.
N. 33.—MAPLE SUGAR, and Country Produce
taken in payment for work ; and tall, /rain now, and
orrece. flint the Prortuce rivent be paid when the work
is done—l war against credit in, all its forma,
- W. A. CHANILIERLIS, Agent
Towanda, April 28. 1850. ,
ECONOMY, DURABILITY AND NEATNESS.
Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufactory.
TERE CULP & Co., respectfully inform the public.
J that they have taken the shop lately occupied by
C. P. Harder, on Main street, a few doors below the
Brick Row, where they will keep on hand a large
TIIL'Ii KS, VALISES, WIIIPS, ETC
All articles in their line manufactured to order, and
made of the best material, and for workmanship 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 and price.
c:1• Cash will be paid for Hides and Sboep Pelts,
the highest rates, at our shop.
Sale Leather, Upper Leather, Harness Leather and
Calf skirts; for sale in any quantity.
Towanda, November 19th, 1850.
133 5 T.L.1 I.C.VISY(nro
Adams eft Macfarlane,
HAVING entered into co-partnership in the practice
11 of law, have also established an agency for the
sale of real eatate in .• county of 'Bradford. Persona
having real estate which they desire to sell, by callin 4
and lemin4 a description of their property with the
terms of sale, will undoubtedly find it to their advan
Persons desirous of purchasing can learn where prop.
etty is for sate—a description of the same with the
price and terms of payment and he informad as to the
of title. .1. C. ADAMS
Tnwoorii, Mry 2, 1451. I. 't k rr l ity ANE.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
Tan MUM COMPANT,
Acruilb Steam Engines and Boilers
M A f ill / 4 ro rUF mS to 1000 hareem power. Horizontal En
gines, on heavy iron bed prates, Ma in tine piece.
have mention cakes; all joints ground so as to be
steam tight without packing or paint; all bearings and
wearing surfaces large, and tanning in adjustable boxes
of bronze or gabbitt metal; all balance wheels with
turned belt face. The Regulator is attached to the bed
plate. The Force Pump is in an independent stand,
arranged with crank shaft and tight End loose pulley,
ready to receive a-belt from the engine shaft or firm
any other shaft. The whole style of work is not aut.
passed by any engine builders in the Unitod States.
Boilers of the bear American or English iron heads,
cast or wrought iron—either tabular or with flues—
made in the most thorough manner.
Engines from 8 to 100 horses power constantly on
hand or in progress, to be delivered within a few days
of the receipt of an order.
Also, Steam Saw Mills, capable of sawing 6000 feet
board measure, of one inch boards, in 12 hours, with
one Muley 'law, and requiring no other fuel than the
The following are the prices of a few of these en
Saw MA), intindibg steam engine, boiler and iron
I chimney, complete; pitman irons; muley saw irons;
Isetters ; feed, and all bolts and irons for 30 feet of
carriage, complete, $l5OO,
Steani engine, 10 in. diameter of cylinder, 25 in. stroke
with tubular boiler, containing 360 square feet of
beating surface, and all castings, pipes, valves, and
other parts necessary to set it to complete opera
Steam engine, 12 in. diameter of Cylinder. 30 in. stroke
1 with tubular boiler, containing 480 square feet of
heatieg surface, complete as before, . $1775
Delivered on the cars of the Boston and Maine nail
, road at Lawrence, 26 wiles from Boston. Terms, cash
Boilers for the above modified to suit purchasers,
t and prices accordingly.
McKay dr Hondley, late of Pitts6eld, Mass., whose
steam engines are already widely known, have recently
token charge of the works of the Essex Compony,and
will be able, with their increased facilities and ripe
' rience, to make their approved engines cheaper and
better than heretofore.
May 8, 1852 y GORDON Mel(' AY, Agent,
AITHATEVgR concerns the health and happiness
V of a people, is at all tithes 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
childrei, 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 WOhNlb', ac
cording to the opinion of the most celebrated physicians
are the primary cans. a of a large majority of diseases
to which children and adults are liable ; if you have
an appetite continually changing from one kind of food .
to another, bad breath, pain in the stomach, picking at
the ncrse, hardness end Witness of the Lclly, dry cough,
slow fever, pulse irregular—remember that all these
denote Worms, and you should at once apply the re•
Zobensach's Worm Syrup.
An article founded 'Upon scientific principles, com.
pounded with purely vegetable substances, being per.
feetly safe when taken, and determined in all itself - eels
an d not leaving the system in a.diseased condition, as
most advertised nostrums,composed of Cslornel,for the
removal of Worms, such as Lozenges, Vermifuges,
dtc., but has.performad the most astonishing cures,and
saved the Hirt s of thousands, both young arid old,vvho
have been pronounced hopeless—incurable by Physi
cians. Read the following, and become convinced of
its efficacy over all others
Mn. J. N. HottENSACS.—This is to certify that my
child, 15 Noma of age, having been sick for 5 years,and
was attended by Drs. Loper, Whitlis and Phisler for a
long time without rece.ving any benefit ; when after
g wing her up as incurable, I went to Philadelphia and
consulted one of the best physicians; her disease still
growing worse. It was at this time I was induced to
try Ilobelmuck'a Worm Syrup, and after taking two
bottles she entirely regained her health. Hoping that
this will prove a benefit to parents w.aose children are
I am yours, &c., B. BOWMAN.
Bobensack's Liver Pills.
No part of the system is more liable to disease than
the Liven, it serving as a filerer to purify the blood,
or giving a proper secretion to the bile ; so that any
wrung action 01 the Liver etlects the other important
parts of the system, and results variously in Jaundice,
Liver complaint, Dyspepsia,•&c. We should, therefore
watch every symptom that n ight indicate a wrong
action of the Liver. These Pills being composed of
louts and Mantic. 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
di:era/he, which changes in so:ae insensible. end in
explicable manner, the certain morbi i action of the
system. 3J—a Tome, which gives tone and strength
to the nervous system. renewing health and s icer to all
parts of the body. Ch—a Cathartic, which acts in
perfect harmony with other ingrenients, and operating
on tf.e bowels, and expelling the whole mass of corrupt
and vitiated matter, and pyrifying, the Woes], which de•
stroys disease and restores health.
Agents fur Bradford Cowl' H. C. Porter and
J. M. Reed, Towanda ; C. H. Herrick, Athens ; M.
Bullock & Co. Smithfield; Barnes & Balky, Waver
lev ; 11. spear, Sprineield ; Eli Baird, Troy ; L. D.
Taylor, Burlington ; Brown & Rockwell, Mourovtou
Parkhust & Lamb, Leroy ; Chas. Rathbone, Canton ;
,ds‘, T. B. Howland, Columbia, travels in the adjacent
~,AVAi ai1,:114,41k tpAnd !AI
Blis; CH A M TON, N. Y.
rr HIS institution is located in a beautiful and ro-
J. mantic ;Trove at the base of Mt. Prospect, and
within the corporation of the village. Possessed of
an abundant supply of the purest soil rater, advan
tages for exercise in the pure air, of carriage and
footwallis up the mountain, free from the nsose
:ma turmoil of busy life." %soh excellent sa thug and
rowing privileges upon the ' pleasant waters' of the
Chenangii—these area few of the paesentatilthd the
Cute offers to the invalid. I
The house is new and commodious—bathing ap
paratus excellent—well ventilated; with - 2)U feet
The Medical department is under the entire care
CA 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. ' , males
who have been confined to their beds fur 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 hll emelt, even tf they have suffered much of
many Phystmans," make one more trial.
Terms from S 4 to $8 per week (payable weetsly.)
according to room and attention required. Patienia
Will provide for personal use 2 comfortablea, 2 blau•
kets, 3 linen or rotton sheetii and 6 towel,,
0. V. THAYER, M.D., Resident Physician
D. W. & H. M. BARNEY. Proprietnr:.
A DAM ESENWINE respectfully informs the pub
lie that he now occupies the shop where himsel
and brother have for ears worked, nearly opposite
Tomkins' foundry, where he is ready to do all work
In his line, as formerly in the best manner. lie is de
termined the reputuron ha has attained as a skilful
workman shall not t u :Ter by any neglect of the inter
ests of customers or by any inattention to bustne, P.
TOOLS, manufactured to order—tnachinery of all
kinds repaired in the best manner, 'ma every kind of
Repairing and Mannlneturing will be done at short
notice, and in the style desired,
Hors , nocimr, ,en reasonable terms. He will elso
take Country Produce in raynieni for work, but oh
wets strongly to credit.
ToryJnd.i..l.l , l, V+. I S 3!,
OF all the numerous medicines event, (tad ,
of them valuable) for the cure of puf,„ -u. , •
complaints, nothing has ever been found which cnZ
compare in its effects with this Preparation. o : t ett
cure sometimes, but at all times and in all dite lani
the lungs and throat where medicine can gir t t o
this will do it. It is pleasant to take, and pede*
s al e i n accordan ce with the directions. Vt o d o
advertise for the information of those who ha re
it but those who have not. Families that h„re knot,
its value will not be - without it, and by its tunn y tv.
they are secure from the dangerous conseg uele ,
Coughs sod tuldir which neglected, ripen 1410 44 ,
Mounts MN-En, N, J
'k r !
For dm Core et'
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
The Diploma of the Massachusetts Institute au
awarded to this preparation by the Board of it4 a •
September 1847 ; also, the Medals of the three
Institutes of Art, in this country ; also the ca
of the Ohiolnstitote at Cincinnati, has be en
the CIIERBT PICTOaAL, by their Government to t;
sideration of its extraordinary excellence tel luef.;
nese in curing affections of the Lungs and Thiel':
Read the following opinion founded on m e ~c g
experience of the eminent Physician of the Pon
Dr J. Ayer: Sr. Jonas, May
Fi ve y ears trial of poor Cherry Pectoral in rne
tics, has proven what I foresaw from its ccmp ov •
must be true, that it eradicates and cures the tort:,
and colds to which we, in this section, are pe tv ,,,
liable. I think its equal has not yet been ihirvir...
nor do i know hose a better remedy can be awl,
the distempers of the throat and lungs.
J. J. 13ca-roN, M.D.,F.R,8,
See what it has done on a wasted coustitution, rx
only to the following cases, but a thousand more
-Dr. Ayer; Sunni:a v, Jan. :4, ‘2. , 35:.
In the month of July last, I way attacked by
lent diarrhoea in the mines of California. I tour,
to San Francisco in hope of receiving benefit from
chance of climate and diet.—My diarhrea ceastsi
wen followed by a severe cough—find much sorer
I finally 'tatted fur home, but rreel‘ed t,o ositiefit
from the voyage. My cough cinitinumito grow
and when I arrived in New York, I was at once m.
ed by my acquaintances as a victim of consume
I must confess that I saw no sufficient rea,r,
what my friends all ['shored. At this time I
me:lced taking your truly invaluable medicine
tittle expectation of deriving any benefit from 0. r
You would not receive these lines did I not mor.
my duty to state to the afflicted, through 'you
health in the space of eight months is tu'lr
ed. I attribute it to the use of your CIIERUN:
rORAL. tours truly.
WI I All W. :31l1Tii
WASHINGTON, Pa, April i..;•
Dear Sir : Feeling. that have been spustl to
premature grave, through your InntrUinenial.or
providence or Gud, I will take the liberty tJ
Cough, and the alarming symptoms of CJlatimp
had 'educed me too low to kave me abyt' . ,:u :
hope, when my phynietan brought me a Lune
" P ECTOII A L. " It seemed to a Gra !Wheal 14
and now in a few weeks time has rendiredtheL:k.
if it will do for others what it has done 1.4
are certainly one of the lienefetors of inankta,l.
Sincerely vi iching you every lilesione. lon
JOHN J. CLARK. Rector of t•t.
With such as,sucince anti fr.irn such men, t,
ger proofean be adduced unless it br from et,
Prepared and sold by J.% MES C. .11 . ER, P:
Chemist. Lowel. Mass.
Sold by Dr. H. C. PORTER. To..Tantia..};
44'Olsboro'; E. Dyer. Covingt , n
Borden, Tinge; W. N, Elliott, El:niz2: A. T..-
Montrose ; and by all Druegi-ta everyuherr
Oriental or Sovereign Balm Pills
DRIENITA 1 .1'
(Dr. E. L. Soule & Co.
(1W Dr. E. L.
NONE Genuine unless accompari:,:tyl;i:
le of the above Ericraved Wrapper ,a In 1
SOULE & ('o.. upon each box.
In offering to the public ill:, Justly cr.:.
F.REIGN BALM OF LIFE. if Is f. t
niake any false starments or
superior efficiency to retoordig 1 0 I,,•,*tlltlf •;1
suffering, well linowinz that It.t ir
STANDARD MEDICINE in of ibeli ,ts-ar
ence for the afflicted.
Many proofs might he given of their va!a ,
but Yee prefer those unacquainted %%fib Oice.
themselves be enquiring of Lein, witta"""
the Pills. They wid find them paler; y site in
aide in all cases. being purely 2 1 : , : 1 '
vine worthy their best confidence and pcmint
The fol:owtng certificate was sent a 1,1
MN at ItTT 1, Monroe C. N. y., Va% •
We the undersicned, citizen, nt
used personally D e .N . , 44 ; 5 ',..5. -
war - leased the health•restoring eirrct. ,
ritronimend these Pills to the aiHicteJ a,
which we are acquAinted.
6. M. RODERTs, G. 11.13 e, i‘o
M. U. Pittl.l.lPs,
H. A. TaluErrs, I.Ewt , rd.E.
P. s.— Vou are at liberty to tom:''' -
BEWARE Or COCVTERFMTS ! W e s teno:ll
arty otie who is making a sputum+ at.
ed to make use of our name; but some
had the impudence to imitate out l'ote 4 . l ''''
Circrlars, Certificates. &c. '
careful whea 'bey purchase, they will te
till' The genuine Sortreltyi P.
wholesale and retar. of 1)r.
Onondaga Co. N. Y•
Sold by D r. K. C roRT Tawan
their Agents in every town in the couttto•
Witnsport Athens Railroad I
TOW ANDA CHEAP
CIEO. H. B 1 NTING. re spectfully inf , f , '“,
lic that he has reran stow. I ,
budding. one door below Waillef% nAr h
he will be hum to s e e a ll who mar
Good and Cheap Oohing. He Po
to his stock all the new and destrui.ie
terns, and feels confident be can samfy ft'
may give him a colt.
lust recei.ing from New York, a hit!
hie °""ffinent of springy (
in the best manner. and which will be
the lowest prices.
lie his also rerelv , l. a 13%, , ei
"Intion and which will be s
made arrane,ometibt tw which he cm ti.f
iicle desired, iv tth the certainty of procagri
Cutting and m atm: up. d,lne 3i V.O
latt,htonaltle manner, prottipt!; and to at- ,
Towatitta, May t 4, t y.
IRocKF,Ry Gr Off
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